Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00004
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00004
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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JuryTampering'Verdict Hoffa Plans p To Appeal.

CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. (AP) Smaller bonds were r a promotion
-James R. Hoffa president o f the three men convicted I Highway Patrol
,- the nation's largest labor Union, them of attempting to bribe i a Teamsters l
stared In grim disbelief Wednesday Jury'that' heaat Hoffa's 1M1 at Detroit i
wben he heard himself declared spiracy trial at Nashville.' sentences of
?.Uty of trying to ,rl fq a trial ended pVn the jury I fin.e-ot $3,000
federal court jury. not agree oal verdict ot .ightynen : i

It was his first conviction I In The jury found that: ber"f acquitted: ;
four trials. 1. Hoffa, Larry Campbell I businessmen I I

"We will appeal" Hoffa told Detroit and Thomas E. offered "th
newsmen. of Nashville sought to Nashville bar )

His lawyers said motions for I'the$10,000 Nashville to the son trial.of a Juror would the 1962 try jury.to

a new trial would be filed with 2. Hoffa and Ewing King, were
U.S. Dist. Judge Frank Wilson mer Nashville Teamsters of
within five days dent tried
to influence Allen .
lI-Year Term Possible Juror by offering to help

The conviction could mean 10
years )in prison and a $10,000
fine for Hoffa, head of the Teamsters Jury To See '
Union. i '
I--Ru-by I
The judge has set no date for I '

passing sentence. Of

The verdict to the brought prosecutors congratulations from ShootingDALLAS

Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. Tex. (AP) Dist with murder with malice.
-long accused by Hoffa of wagIng Atty. M.
Henry Wade prepared wald had been accused of
a vendetta against him. today to show the jury In Jack sassinating President John
Kennedy, once called a "punkkid"
luby's murder trial-and Ruby Kennedy when Ruby killed
by Hoffa. just smiled when
himself-the film of the wild Ruby's lawyers contend he
asked for his reaction to the ver when
moment Ruby shot Lee temporarily insane
dict. Pressed by Washington Harvey Oswald ,
on Sunday,
newsmen for a statement he Nov. 24. Wade said he expects to I

would say only that "it was In The film was recorded by television plete, the state's case
the hands of the jury and the day. Then the defense
cameras in the basement
jury has spoken" of the Dallas City Hall have its turn.Teatlmony I
Hoffa told newsmen that "de from H
seen live by some viewers, and
spite what you think" he has no In re-runs by countless others. es Wednesday developed
Intention of relinquishing the main points:
Ruby will be looking at it for, ,
presidency of the Teamsters, an 1. Ruby continued to try
the first time said his ,
independent union with 1.7 million Melvin M. Belli. pull the trigger of his -:. I
members. I pistol after he shot Oswald. I
Wade is asking the jury of This from ,
testimony came
Backing Expected: eight men and four women to R. Leavelle, Dallas I: '
return a verdict of death In the
"I can rest assured of one I
.thing." be said, "that the mem- electric chair for Ruby charged (Turn to Page (, Column it i
tion the that "cer- power
on ground
bership will be behind Hoffa in t turn: on the water to the base being ordered to Guantanamo," Dam knocked out
tain incidents of his trial constituted was as a tornado
the fight all the way."' once again the Navy said when asked what whipped Tennesee. .
Initial reaction from members ,. Castro's halting of the flow of was being done to fill the manpower reversible error. The I through
of Hoffa's home local in fresh water to Guantanamo a I gap left by the discharged -' question was whether the Mrs. Maydell Summers, about

Detroit was unanimously In his month ago set off a chain of Cubans. (Turn, to Page 8, Column 4) 45, was killed at her Springfield
Including the firing '
favor US reactions _
b "- t i Tenn, farm when a storm
Hoffa, 51. who is scheduled togo of Cuban workers wno commuted "'" cellar caved in at her house.
on trial April 27 In Chicagoon to jobs on the base.
Hare You Given? The tornado at Pickwick demolished
charges of misusing $20 mil- Desalting Plant Planned the main switchyardof
lion In union pension funds became the house and
president of the Teamsters The United States selfsufficient.It has vowedto United Fund Needs {I over main power river crossing knocked transmission -
after his predecessor 1 make the base lines.

Dave Beck, went to prison for e has made arrangements to Flood waters forced more
income tax fraud. t rsYti. build a JlO-milllon( permanentwater than 100 from
Hoffa's bond was raised from ;d desalting plant and asso- $85,000 TuesdayRAISED houses in Mississippi.persons their
dated equipment for convertingsea
$10,000 to $75,000 by WiI.on.S water Into fresh water. high waves pounded the Louisiana
coast and winds jammeda
The now is supplyingwater
Navy The once- 'ear campaign
with > cargo ship into a wharf at
to the base relaysof to raise. funds for the United
WJ huge tankers shuttling be- Fund of Greater Lakeland Is (Turn to Page (, Column 5))
< tween Florida and Guantanamo, lagging. The campaign/ Is past
c on Cuba's eastern end. the half-way point and less Nixon Doesn'fWant
At last report the base had
than 50 per cent of the goal of
Page 17 million gallons of water In $%31,000 has been raised. Name On
storage. This Is about 1 million
Amusements.30 Seventeen Lakeland health,
._. more than were In storage tankson welfare and recreation Florida BallotTALLAHASSEE
Bridge 4?...?.?... 9 Castro shut off the agencies
the day
Business News 11 United States participate financially In
? because the
tap the United Fund. Whether they .
Comics ............... 30.31 (AP)-
will have fulfill
4k money to the Former Vice President Richard
Classified ...... 33-34-33 Bryant Says needs of those they serve depends M. Nixon 'asked Florida's secretary -
Crossword Puzzle 31 upon the generosity of of, state today to keep

Dear Abby __.__ 31 He'll Practice civic-minded citizens. his name off the Florida primary .

Deaths .....,,..,,,,,.._.. 2 k Ocala You can help your United election ballot
Law In Fund meet and even exceed: In a
e telegram, Nixon said h4
Editorials ._.._.. ... 4 .
? a.
Its had
goal by giving your "Fair 1 decided not to participateIn
Fulton Lewis Jr S TALLAHASSEE (AP-Gov. Share." I any primary elections. -

Horoscope: ___._ 30 Farris Bryant, who has sparred The Fund's next report ...-' Secretary of State Tom Adams
Television ___ 31 Weapon Introduced As Evidence with newsmen for months I aloe la March It and the campaign i asked the stats attorney

Sports ........__ 32-33 over his plans after leavingthe Is scheduled to "end 'I|general to advise him what to
governor's office in January March 18.About .
Weather _......._... I AuMint DxMct Attorny Will!.* A1nm4t, sit,. fine day of toitimtnr In bells, ,....,...,, ended speculation somewhat 183,900 In cash and i do.A slate of delegates pledgetto
Women's __ 13-1J 41.,<,r* t'"* *. Mportan which wet educed .hi the Jock Ruby m.t4., trial .. the w..... thee today by saying he RAISED GOAL pledges Is needed by Tuesdayno I Nixon was filed Tuesday a'
HIM Uo H.rr.y OmU. Ruby tint Otw.W secured .
mown PmJoW Ktme*>, .1 be was to return to his law
planned the drive back sched-I few hours before the
put on deadllaa.
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ILtAl LEDGER. Thursday, Mart,S, 11(4, _
U. s. To Open Siege Continuing

1 : Two Youths ArrestedIn ReactorTo


Station TheftsPolice InspectionGENEVA

(AP-The United Living In SchoolPOLIS \

yesterday announced $22 from the cash register, States announced today that it
the arrest of an 18-year-old Moore Sangster said admitted will place one of Its largest ,
"We are cur
Cyprus (AP) The hit Cavuaoglu
Lakeland/ youth and a juvenileIn taking the money nuclear power reactors under 114.05 continues for 700 Turkish I rounded,"
connection with the pilfering. Moore was then taken to international inspection' In the Cypriots In i-'tb.torn town of Poll "The trouble with,Pol is Is the
trOROTHERS of gasoline station cash reglaters another gasoline station at 503 hope that other countries-and *. trouble with this bloody Island,"
during the past month E. Memorial Boulevard wherehe British officer "Both
particularly the Soviet Union- More than month out- said a
a ago
Detective W. R. Sangster Men- was positively as sides they will not harm
tilled the youth as Jerry Cecil one of the subjects who allegedly will follow suit numbered Turkish families from each other and neither believes
Moore of 114 Mayflower St, took $1) from the cash register U.S. delegate Adrian S. Fisher Polls and nearby village gathered bloody word of It"
In a Turkish school, seeking
with five on Friday.
who charged
was told the nation disarmament undeclared' At the last crossroad Inside
counts of petty larceny and one Sangster said Moore admitted safety from the
the is the command post
conference the huge reactor Greek village
between the
count of contributing to the delinquency taking the and also told civil war
money Rowe Is be of Capt. Michael Creighton of
plant at Mass, to and Turkish communities on
of minor. The
si juvenile
detectives of taking $10 from the
Artillery Two
placed under Inspection of the the Royal
ALAN oaur.ro.aa was being held at the Polk second Station on Feb. 25, and Cyprus.
the edgeof
International[ Atomic Energy hundred yards uphill on
County Juvenile Home on two $70 on Feb. IS. They an still there. Village Is the Turkish
counts of petty larceny and Investigation Lie Test Taken Agency-IAEA. 'elders mothers fathers, youths school village
of one count of toupee Expressed and babies are huddled In the families
larceny. Moore reported that he and a with little Inside 112 are
grand two-story building ap-
Fisher said the United States jammed Into a building where
juvenile allegedly took St from of returning to their
Caught By AttendantThe the office of the Toddle House lopes this step will encourage parent homes hope 270 pupils until recently attended -
pilfering came to light earlier last month! the Soviet Union and other countries classes
Sangster said, when Clyde Taylor Police to join In a Worldwide system I "We Are Surrounded' In one classroom live 12 families e
of the Esso Service Station said they are questionIng to prevent the misuse of I "Without escorts by British Each family does Its cook.
Moore the
North Massachusetts Avenue on possibility civil reactors for clandestine ing on a portable oil stove .
we cannot move anywhere
that he troops
M and East Memorial Boulevard,1 may have taken $175 production of nuclear weapons.Fisher ," said schoolmaster Ca-' In the small office of the prlnclpal -
from a cash register at a South-
allegedly I caught Moore takingIt's stressed that the IAEA -.- -- schoolmaster Cavusoglu
gate station on Feb. 17 ,
JI'I will be Invited to undertake the speaks "The Greeks say come
Sangster reported Moore voluntarily permanent Inspection of the Young Raises back and net will live together,
took a lie detector test, I
administered Rowe reactor "whether or not, But we can never get along
BONUS I Al Brady yesterday by Sheriff's, while Deputy the other states reciprocate" But if' Racial IssueIn again. Never at all, Ilr."
they do reciprocate, he added
,juvenile, who was caught by Creeks Accused
deputy Dan Wetherford It would be "one of the most
afternoon, may he given the significant developments of this Primary The Turks say the Greeks
conference." drove them out of their homesIn
test today.Income
I Fisher said three smaller I WASHINGTON (AP) SenStephen .! a bloody houses battle with and an destroyedsome armored

American reactors, two at the M. Young, DOhlo, saysCape The
Tax Brookhaven N.Y., research lab-'a Kennedy motel in which bulldozer despite a truce.
last time they tried to go into
oratory and one at Piqua Ohio, :the Mercury astronauts once
town seven of their men were
already under IAEA inspection -
were part owners has discriminated
InformationAvailable seized as hostages the teacher
tr to help the agency develop against Negroes
; its procedure for safeguardingthe
He asked Wednesday at a Senate said.Now
r peacefuluses of atomic I the only ones ven-
Space Sciences Committee ture forth do so under the protection -
energy bearing on programs of the National of British troops.
WASHINGTON (AP) Sum- Move ExplainedThe Aeronautics and Space Administration The school Is not surrounded
,r t 1 I Ir ,maries of the principal changes privately owned reactorat whether NASA but two Creek Bren gun positlons '
X Y Funds saved under, the new 'Income tax reduction Rowe is by far the largest plans any measures to bar such aim menacingly from a
law are now available at to come under IAEA surveillance discrimination. flat hill about 400 yards away.
I the10th I post offices and banks an Internal It Is rated at a power I NASA Administrator JamesE. I
Webb said astronauts have
by Revenue Service official
I level of 600,000 thermal kilowatts Wants
,said today. and produced over one private ownership rights along
with other citizens, and regula-
The two-page Instruction sheet
billion kilowatt hours of electricity -
Earn ;also contains income tax rates in 1963 tion can go only so far Job Change;
I which will apply to 1964 Income.
Race Not Mentioned
"The United States dues not
The Instruction sheets are de relieve that opening these reactors I mentioned the fact More
Nobody Money
1 1st signed to help taxpayers who
from the International
must file estimated income tax to Inspections that former astronaut John H.
,forms and are not related to the a derogation of its national Glenn Jr., Is competing with DERBY. Conn. (APMayorJohn
forms most taxpayers must file sovereignty, Fisher said Young in Ohio for the DemocratIc I.. Bartimole would ratherbe
fDf llSAitiY6S 'before April 15 to cover 1963 In. "Nor Is the safeguard system nomination for Young's Sen- city clerk.
come onerous It involves record keep- ate seat. : The two-term Democratic
-. ing, reporting and Inspection, In the missile community of chief executive applied to the
rciw 1'OUJR TICKET TO the kind of controls prudent Cocoa Beach where the motelIs Board of Aldermen for the va.
IMPORTED FOODS management would naturally located, manager Carl Ransom cant city clerk's job Wednesday
i set up internally. For purposes said the motel has not practiced night <

123 S. TENNESSEE AYE .nlc ..y :J.,," 3 iIIOYI of a safeguard system such discrimination In the more As part-time mayor of this
controls must be checked han a year he has been manager city of 12,500 Bartlmole gets
740J S, flORIDA AYE Pail awns soma and Inspected by an external and he knew of no discrimInation $4,000 a year. The city clerk's
e t..a..u gency" | before then. job pays $5.800.
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, March S, 19(4' I t '

Attending ''"'''f. 'I>,' \ i'F< Castro Won't Talk ToO.-S." I

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Funeral w { ".,. tti' About Refineries He SeizedMIAMI 'I

NEw YORK (AP-President 'I";
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l Johnson was to fly to New York F 'F (AP) Prime Minister night while leaving a reception owned Esso and Texaco refineries .
toddy to attend the funeral of vim Fidel Castro who has opened the Moroccan Embassy in Havana In 1960 when the three refused -'
Susan Edwards Wagner wife talks on compensating foreign .
1i. 'W to obey Cuban government r"r"at
of Mayor Robert F. Wagner i oil companies for seizure of their The Anglo-Dutch refinery was orders to refine Soviet'

The general public previous AI: Cuban refineries said no similar seized along_with the American_petroleum i
ly invited, has been barred from \ ,( : negotiations will be held with U 1
the services In the Madison c ,, S, firms. vg.q? :

Avenue Presbyterian Church ,. Havana Radio quoted Castroas ts ems'J t'e. ,,7'
as a security measure becauseof saying he was willing to dls It nicestpeople ; .

Johnson's presence. cuss compensation with British. 'J
Dutch owned Shell Oil Co be. t A : "
Congressmen Coming, Too cause, "England has observed a drink ; : !

The President brings with decent attitude toward us The'
him 22 members of both housed I United States and the American ,_.. .-.._ :w, \
of Congress, including the state's) oil companies maintain a completely -I'
senators and the city'i members -, different attitude D

of the House. I The Cuban Radio broadcast j OLD

Johnson returns to Washing monitored in Miami
ton immediately following thel made the statement Tuesday! HICKD T

church services.
Gov Nelson A. Rockefelleralso Pushtu Is a predominant lan-i 1

will attend. guage of Agfhanlstan HICKOR

S s Mrs.lung Wagner cancer., 54, died Mondayof I"t -I I II

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the Wagner family plot In a CYPRESS GARDENS
Catholic cemetery at her reo "DEATH RAY" GUN Of THI FUTURE Inll.".. Gales ruby rod to amplify light beam end tend It o..t., highly directional 10 mellow! .

quest. Francis Cardinal Spell- LyoU.. holds a light ray or less rill turned over t a Army fee fwr- light of urn weve length through Ion,. TSn gun with two-inch Cull i ,years :
man Roman Catholic archbishop ins which MoMr Inc. In beam I... then feet YELLOW CAB MU 2.2122 ; ,
dovaloptr Optics says could Imopociroteenemy lent con shoot light two wide t o fifth of a ,
of New York, gave dispensation I U UAH OH IIRAICHT IOU RIO ftHISM'1111001'HI untie DISIIUEK CO.MUSHOP :
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t LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March t, IMI Where's The Revolution Antitoxin? The President And I


LEDGER EDITORIALS I IHolland's L Congress On The

Viet Nam Problem ,


ODIIAM! Is an aggressive publican in Democratic sheep's cloth By JAMES RESTON ti vc. eai

pugnacious, colorful personalitywho ing. @ 4u, terk times

can talk around the clock without Odham will be getting off an abund- WASHINGTON In all the

stopping to catch his breath, and he ance of such quips during these next talk about the United States i

will make a big splurge publicity-wise few weeks and they will evoke many 1'sL % expanding the war Into North
Viet Nam, it Is odd that nobody
as he runs against U. S. Senator Spes- chuckles.But .

sard L. Holland for the Democratic we believe that in the long run his even raised the
question of seeking the ap-
nomination. the sober judgment of the people will : proval of the Congress for

But we seriously doubt that he can prevail and Holland will be continuedin such a move. i 4 a

unseat the able, respected and experienced the office in which he has been Legally the President obligated

Holland, whose influence in accumulating seniority since 1946. by the Constitution to
of the
the security
Washington is greatly appreciated In Holland is a conservative, and such K United protect States, may act on his

Florida as something of tremendous conservatives as he render the valuable own ai commander In chief.

value to Florida and the nation. service of helping to conserve the Also he is bound by the Southeast
Asia treaty, ratified by
best in
our republic.
unsuccessful tries
Odham made
two the Senate to defend South
Russell of Georgia is a conservative. ..
for the governorship of Florida but Viet Nam against "Communist
those two failures obviously did not So is Byrd of Virginia. V aggression" and such aggression

: quench his ambition to serve in public Holland, Russell, Byrd and the a hat clearly taken place. .
office. others in the conservative category Yet, at President Truman ft

have done much to restrain the reck- \ found In Korea, when he act .JAMES RESTON
It had been speculated for sometime 4j ed without formal congressional
less liberals who would
plunge our na- ,
that he might run against Hol- approval to carry out the TRUMAN had more excuse
tion further along the road of .social resolution of the security council for not getting congressionalconsent

land.As ism. of the United States, there to enter the Korean
Odham qualified in Tallahasseethis The Bartow Chamber of Com- Is a good case to be made for War. The communist attack
week for the race, he said he Holland seeking congressional sanction across the 38th parallel
merce recently sponsored a
on political and moral, if of Korea
would have run against Holland six against the republic
Appreciation Day. Holland was givena not on constitutional, grounds.
was sudden. On a Sunday
years ago but desisted when his wife great ovation and his good friend, 12d'1l Fortunately, there is plentyof afternoon of the day of the

told him she would divorce him if he Senator Russell, was there to join in time now to consider the attack, June 25, 1950. the security -
ran. the tribute $ $TAtVoice/ question. Despite all the council of the U.N. met

Since then, he explained, his wife We believe that all Florida, like casual war talk In North about Viet expandingthe Nam, and give called the on member South Koreans nationsto

has divorced him and he has a new Bartow, appreciates Holland immensely there Is no reason to believe "every assistance." That

wife who doesn't mind his running and will give him a whopping big that President Johnson, particularly night, on the recommendationof

against Holland.So vote to continue him in the Senate In a presidential election Secretary of State Acheson.
of the would do so unlesshe Truman ordered supplies to
Odham is off and running. where his stability has been of great [ People were year suddenly faced with be sent to the South Koreans

Holland, Odham charges, is a Re- value and where it is still needed. imminent loss of the war. and Instructed the Air Forceto -
defend the South Koreanair
YET HE could be faced with and evacuate ,
**R "This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page fields help
precisely such -a situation, American civilians.

I Plant City's Luscious StrawberriesNO ,, ," ,. The next day Truman or
This Witorhl ,.,. .M," the ._.pe.r'1 _. .piitimt .. mtfftn .' currant Int.,... .ta the ,'. dered Gen. MacArthur to provide
.itoI.1! .. ",,",. It w.k..... HM .'1.1... .t r*.4.ra I I. the Voic .f the People Colymii. Utttrt mintif IMliliand : air and sea support to
SOME: OF TilE biggest and most Strawberry acreage dropped sharply I. n.4 ..t .tar the wli...'. .....-, but ......, will t* wtthhtli upon ,.qu.... A bttw should net I.: : the South Koreans, sent the

luscious strawberries ever beheld by after strawberry schools were discontinued ..e.... 250 ww4f, *.4 ,**try ...... be rids The U"|.r mervM the rifhr te reiect .., .letter .* this raises a number of 7th fleet to defend Formosa,

the eyes of man have come out of the In, the 1940s. So that chil- incite* It. Opinions ef celimmieti ... erker .......Io..t... .".., .1_"..* .. Hut HI*. Important questions that have and offered to help defend

I Plant City area this season. dren would "t>e available to help harvest never even been discussed Viet Nam. It was on this same

They seem to be the very best yet. the berries, it had been the custom Drivers head, while she Is smoking a letter, a* It appeared In yesterday's either with the congress or day that Sen. Alexander
Aged cigarette or even drinking aloft Ledger, contained an with the nations that signedthe Smith, R-NJ, proposed a
For decades Plant City has been for years to close schools in the strawberry drink while driving. Wereit Inadvertent which Southeast Asia treaty. congressional resolution supporting -

advertised as the strawberry capital of area during January, Februaryand DefendedEDITORr not .for the alertness of changed: the meaning error and Intent For example even those of. the action.
the world. March. The children made up for other driven In looking out for of Its writer. ficials In the government who This was not done, however,

I Twenty-five years ago the Plant these three months by attending school I found your editorial them how, It is many difficult accidents to speculate they favor direct U. S. participation despite general at the support time for In Tru thecongress
in expansion of the
City area was producing far more, during the summer. "Auto Driver, 95., Arrested might cause. an man's decisions 0 nth.
that such action
strawberries than are being produced The strawberry school schedulewas ," In the Feb. 27 Ledger 3. Commercial vehicle driv Visitor war could agree bring Communist Chinaor ground that It would be fool
Interesting but annoying in Its ish to have the de-
abandoned when school authori- While congress
ers. long-distance truck even the Soviet Union into'
Implication that those beyond bating whether to action
Hails approve
now.The annual planting 25 years ago ties decided the three-month disrup- 65 as a class are outstanding, drivers are admittedly among CityEDITOR the war, that It might bring that was already being
the best driven local
had reached a total of :5,000 acres. tion of the school year was not good traffic hazards. Your para. deliveryand retaliation by air against Saigon taken by U. S. soldiers I
pickup truck drivers, as : I have been visit- or new military action
graph: "Many of the worst
Last year the total was only 400. for the children. a class, are the most reckless by China against Korea or I I
traffic tragedies are caused by ing this of Lakeland
for be
city MAYBE it will
This season the total is 900, and Indications Strawberry production is now move and Inconsiderate of the rightsof the offshore Islands. of Que- necessary
people too old to drive, too deteriorated about two weeks. I am from to bomb and blockade North I
are that the acreage will be ing up again not only because of the to drive." others. moy and Matsu.\ Viet Nam, and if men and
and back
4. Bright-light drivers'I be- Nepal ,. there work
Increased the net few years. much-improved berry but also becauseof Admittedly the case you cite lieve the law provides that for They are not saying these supplies from China are to be
I These berries\ that ate{ the best ever better crop cultivation,. harvestingand Is .Inexcusable and It would bright light ahall not be toed: my )government. I am things are probable but they stopped' evta beyond In
be Interesting to know who studying the operation of'the are In agreement that it China.
are the Florida 90 variety and were developed marketing methods. .In cities or when approaching
returned the license. Further, another' car either from the city government here, would be wrong to assume But the point is that a crisis
by Dr: Nelson Brooks by Each year for 'decades Plant City it would be brash to argue front or rear on open high This city of Lakeland, In that Communist China would could develop any day
means of painstaking scientific work, has had a Strawberry Festival. The against the logic of profession. ways. Note the next time you my opinion, Is really nice and not react to direct American through the action of the
and he is still busy experimenting with Festival for this year is in progress al observations of Dr. Annie, 'drive at night how well this the people of this city have intervention In the struggle North Vietnamese or the collapse
strawberries in Hillsborough County. this week, and the people in the straw- but I should like to point out is observed.I been very friendly to me. I and therefore they agree that of the South Vietnamese,
some other groups who con agree heartily that no one have enjoyed my stay and alI all contingencies no matter and intervention by the U. S.
The unusual amount of cold weather berry area are putting more jubilationinto stitute traffic hazards, to wit: should be permitted to drive cannot thank all the people how remote,, must be considered at that moment would oblige

this winter was a factor in makingthe their Festival this year because ILIne crowders. The law who Is mentally or physically personally, I want to thank and covered. the Congress to finance a
berries bigger. Strawberries simply the industry is making such excellent has been stressed much recently incapacitated, and that fair them all through your paper. This It what la being done larger war and force the other
about keeping In the means of determining this They have been real kind and now. Contingency plans are allies of the SEATO treaty to
do not do well in weather.
so warm progress. right lane of four-lane high should be established as Dr. wonderful. I have nothing but being discussed. Secretary of consider helping in the battle.
ways except when passing, Annis suggests However I praise for this city: and its Defense McNamara is going For all these reasons, the
and to pull immediately to the also believe attention should people. to Saigon to study ways and President Is obliged to expand
right lane when entering a ,be directed toward correctingthe I am means of reversing the pres- the area of consultation
especially grateful to
I The Tom Jones Movietrouble highway from the right. 'I driving habits of those the city manager and all the ent trend of the battle. But before he expands the area of
venture that. In
Lakeland at
groups cited above. If anyone officer and staff of the City while events beyond our con- the war. The congress is already
least two-thirds of the driversnot thinks these are exaggerations Hall for their kindness trol on the battlefield could financing a conflict it
WONDER the "Tom Jones"movie to run from them. hospl-
only Ignore this, but re,
of In his create a situation that would
one senility, I shall tallty and cooperation. I wish has not formally approved
at Lakeland's Grove Theater They are females that range from fuse to yield on signal be glad to drive him around them all and this beautiful force the President to act to and actually knows very little

has. caused so much talk during recent teen-aged to middle-aged, and inhibitions dren.2. Mothers It Is with small chil town for his enlightment. city: all the best wishes and avoid the loss of the war, about, and In an election year
not to
days. apparently had not been invented good luck. none of this has even been this could: easily get the whole
see mothers driving with a R. G. EVERLY discussed by the President
It's a lusty, bawdy, hilarious pic- back in that era. babe either In arms or stand M. K. RIMAL with the congressional leaders operation and make Involved the mess in politics even

: ture with a generous helping of super And so there is an abundance of ing, holding the mother'sBy Editor's .Note: The above Nepal In any formal way. worse than it Is now. I

bly good photography, all in color, and what could be politely called romantic

: the whole thing is electric with vi- activity, all cf It presented lightly

tality. enough to keep the audience laughing Problems In Wake Of The Nuclear Arka I

Some Lakelanders, we hear, are heartily.The .

still trying to decide whether they're scenes of the lovely English
supposed to be shocked. It is advertised countryside are superbly good, and the C. L. SULZBERGER Soon a guided missile destroy Britain; If London Joins special NATO force. Participants the M.L.F. formula.A .
@ 'III1t.r tine: er will be assigned on an ex MLF. Italy' socialists will
as a movie for adults only, andit hunting scene showing horses and dogson ROME Washington's most perimental basis aa a kind of endorse It. This Is Just art. In such a scheme British )abor government

definitely isn't something to be seen the chase is memorable action that Important current policy goalIn nuclear's Noah's ark, man ful dodging since the odd are would agree on Its targets, would almost surely welcome

by people easily shocked. gathers great force. Europe Is to create a multilateral ned by crews from seven nations. Wilson will soon become Brit- use and controls on preciselythe this solution thus eliminating
nuclear force In This will test M.L.F.'s ain's prime minister and work same terms now envisioned Italian socialist worries. The
It isn't nearly so raw as some of Some of the words used by' the
NATO commonly called .practical feasibility. against the project. Despitethe for M.L.F.LEMNITZEIt. Germans would have a major
the pictures that have been coming out women as well as the men are not M.L.F..This Is envisioned asa However, everyone agrees coming experiment witha voice in the control and tar

of Hollywood and from France and usually heard where people of today fleet of surface vessels that an M.L.F. comprmnj nuclear ark. the chances of would have to geting of the new force, diminishing

Italy the past few years. But it does foregather for social recreation. But manned by mixed crews from only American and German launching M.L.F, Itself are cease: dreaming of land'sited fears of resurgent
the nations financing and contingents from among major thus not bright. The allies missiles In nationalism. And Russia could
con Europe which
have a succession of very earthy incidents they are words which are found inShakespeare'
trolling the ships and their allies would be undesirable. must therefore contemplatean won't accept them not pretend this was a means
to keep the plot boiling. plays and in the Bible, atomic-tipped misiiles. Consequently, with France alternative to I Insure And European participants In of giving Bonn atomic weapons -

Earthy, indeed. And the historians for that matter. The project which dates refusing to take part British against ugly political repercussions. the substitute would help pay .

have written that England was very All in all, it is strong movie, and it back to the Eisenhower administration and or Italian participation for Its additional rockets and It la time: to start thinking

much that way a few centuries ago before is not at all surprising that it has been has changed become, essential. Yet London'l Should MLF. prove abortive might actually contribute per about such an alternative. ForIf
form several times but its aim tory government is non- there I II one obvious way sonnel to help man this American the MLF. concept Itself
the prim period got to full bloom. nominated for 10 Academy Awards. never varied. Militarily this commital. Labor will probably of avoiding serious damage. .based force Subject to a strikes more political shoals

Tom Jones is a very handsome and win this year's election This would be limply to assign U.S. veto, they could decide it could otherwise sink with
The St. head and Harold Wilson wants to a fixed number of U.S.. when and where to it. out
'dashing young fellow who Is pursuedby Petersburg Times Fonlg" NlalrtI. use a trace, leaving chaos In
keep away from MLF. In based long-range missiles to A U.s. veto already exists in its wake.
just about every female he happensto lines that the Florida weather these fact to get Britain wholly out .

meet and he does not take the days is "Just 'Shine And Dandy la W help offset Soviet rockets of military atomics.
fixed on European targets This leave Italy the key.
A THOUGHT-Strive for peace with all men, and for the holiness without which no one will thus supplementing For If Franc and Britain
:see the Lord-Hebrew 12:14.LAKELAND: weapons nqw available to eschew it, Italy Is the only Potomac Fever
Gen. Lemnltier NATO's com Important European ally that .
mander. But MLF.'a pri- could remove a German-
mary objective is political.It American coloration: from By FLETCHER KNEBEL
LEDGER I is designed to acknowledge M.L.F. But Italy is In a delicate
West Germany's Import political situation. Its President Johnson's first televised press conference was so low Hey; you got
ance by giving Bonn a voicein coalition government dependson the idea he'd given all the world's crises the day off.

....Nt* lPp COWL* III, allied nuclear matters with support from Nenni'a left- *

Imperial Polk County TS T force. Is also hit former
M.L.F. seen switched from
.d..... .0. ow.LL. Id '..,n, show the world the good and the bad about us, specifically the good Democratsand
World's Citrus Center ";......' ..--. CMU"I NV"T. AuL.. as a means of binding together neutralism! and accepts NATO
II.ran.. a M.n.'CNI...... K".L.Y, 011. its members, paving but he Is most reluctant to the bad. Republicans.
I the way for European unity accept M.L.F. which he see *

4 t closely linked with the U.S.A. as a device to give Germany Barry's answer to the Cuban water crisis is a simple one: Just make sure
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151. This Imaginative scheme nuclear arms.AMERICAN. we have a four-year supply of Goldwater.
has encountered various difficulties -
Many generals and and German
SUSSCBIfTION RATES admirals dislike it and even diplomacy have sought to persuade The White ,House tries to place 50 women in top federal jobs. Pity the

C... Y*.. .... .. .. .. S20SO O..Mo..II. ... .. .. .. $1.75 Lemnitzer is lets than enthusiastic Nennl. Indeed. Bonn poor housewife. No sooner does she start to relax after raising a batch of kids

Si<. Mtl>. . ..... $10.40 W.k . . ... .. .. .40 preferring medium warn that if ML.F. fails than some slave-driver comes along and tries to force: her back to work.

Tune Menthe ... .. $ '.10 s'u"., Only Teen ... $7.10' range missile batteries sited Germany's dormant national .
on European soil. France opposes ism will revive, leading to demands President Johnson w. are a. much-beloved
says people. Love 1s a money.
the Idea and Britain for a German national .
splendored thing.
,...n.h.4 ...*,...ni t...P t J.hnJ., end .. Sunder m.mii<| by LflktUiiJ N.WIM,.. C.... has been trickily equivocal.NEVERTHELESS atomic. arsenal or a nuclear
...". ..... 'ItrM 11102 deal with France. *
pressed These arguments have had Sargent Shriver leads the Democratic race for vice-president. He's multilinguaL -
.. on by Washington and Bonn some effect but Nennl says As Peace Corps boss he learned a smattering of Urdu, Swahili and
the concept remains alive. ,his decision will depend on Bantu-and has an interpreter who speaks almost perfect Texan.


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'I'r', .C... F7,C "'- :' <" '. .


Thursday, March S, 1M4 II


Reporters ComplainOf Ky. (AP-,
Mrs Nellie Stinnett always has @
Show PerformersWINTER disliked gambling. II IAST"J

News Handling When she and John Fain tied i
HAVEN Members in an election for Jessamine
of the Winter Haven Kiwanis County magistrate, the two consented .1 1
FULTON LEWIS JR. Club this week were tourlnl to let the race be decided ;
By Administration officials triedto the county as talent scouts,, on the flip of a coin-
WASHINGTON A potlor peddle dirt on Reynolds to searching for performers to appear best two out of three. I
Washington newsmen would at least two newspapermen. In the seventh annual Ki Twice straight she lost the
almost certainly show thi Both rejected the accounts as wants Talent Show slated for. toss. .
President Lyndon Johnson' managed news. April 3 at Nora Mayo Auditorium Mrs Stinnett still dislikes
stock has plummeted. What data from Reynolds' in Winter Haven gambling I 0r t4'v'r.r
lte.vy-h.Rd-MO C classified personnel files turned About It acts will be selected I I II
ed news man up in a nationally-syndi and the young performers will I Most Maya cities had at least''' '
egsmeat by A cated column, the reaction on be contacted and told to begirrehearsal one ball court
White House! the part of most newsmenwas for the show. --
advisers has hostile. The New York Thirteen Klwanlans are touring (_,...
antagonised i J Times' Arthur Krock, a Capitol ( towns In Polk County Ir INSURANCE 7frflI'
many Capitol newsman for 45 yean, led search of talent for the show IMVICk +.
correi pond- the attack on the Reynolds' The proceeds from the talent
ents The Chi I leak. show will be used In various Lanier Upihaw,
cago Daily! Kiwanis-sponsored activities and I Ine.I ===
News' Peter charities I I tie I. TM". *_ m IM.IIU ri
I A leading Cuban exile has
Llsagor spoke passed on to the Federal Bureau
for many when LEWIS Investigation Information
he charged recently K
that Indicates an American -
that Johnson "would a a a
is directing the
like to make cheerleaders oft Cuban
construction of underground -
? all of lie and wt're lighting missile sites

bard to preserve our virtue'Another Manuel (Tony) De Varona,
veteran JlMlrn.liltft head of the Cuban Exile Revolutionary -
observed that Presidential Council, chargedthe
aides "have called reporters, missiles are located in
editors, and publishers to obJect Plnar del Rio Province and T
to stories or even a few can hit most U. S. cities.
lines In stories" The American was Identified 'II EASTER SPECIALON

A New York newsman last by De Varona as a Ger ill
month wrote a story that cer- man-born, naturalized U. S. l BOYS' DRESS
tain Administration officials citizen who fled to Cuba In I
took to be critical of Johnson 1961 He Is a "specialist In M J UP SHIRTSI!
Within hours after the electronic. and atomic In. ;
he had received stallations ii
story ran CULL alit I s sites
remonstrances from not one, Government sources would cups 1 2 299
but three Presidential lieu- not comment on De Varona's 4 6 to 13 for
tenants. claim although one expert

The President's prior refusal said it was highly exagger- r t ,. Boys' short sleeve combedc
hold free-for.all press rated. i
to : a t ton 'n broadcloth
conferences in the Eisenhow- 1
shirts lead the for
er-Kennedy manner antagonized A new top-level Administration r parade
many newsmen who official will get some s style, value' In button- _
represent smaller dailies They much.needed training on
down short collar
not afford to is point
imply could the Job. He 29-year-old
spend day after day at the Nicholas Johnson, named by ANTIQUE "MOSS ROSE" TEA SET styles.
White House waiting for word the President as Federal I lovdy china tM let.,..
I from Pierre Salinger that Maritime Administrator He i ...1"'.e OI.oni.i 'Mo,5 11 PIECES $'99
'the President would like to admits that he has no experience lIo'do.11000" ,otto peef.et,,, with sold for COMPLETE
tee the press now" in the field I ..iUr t'ilnlnY"it' In.
Last week's conference, announced Johnson, who has been out 6 O'UMS aer..m.r
In advance and heldIn of school less than six years, :o Muer| ZALE'S

the roomy State Depart- Is a loyal Texas Democrat o. ui"with covertupot
ment auditorium, was a real In his new post he must con with lid
hit with members of the press vince U. S. labor leaden not
who had not previously been to give the Administrationany br
able to see the President, more trouble on .the Soviet II 122 E. Main St. Lakeland Ph. 688.3504
much less question him. wheat deal.
Johnson prefers talks with
selected newsmen and there
have been more than two
core of these Reporters who Yy l.J&'
represent conservative papers LAKELAND DRUG

complain rarely get, however called that they aA Wt tL*) 1

The Presidential emphasis b 1
has antagonized
on Image-building
even Charles Bartlett, RESTAURANT
the late President Kennedy'sclosest
Journalistic friend. He
has written that Johnson is I

pending public relations too much time and not on 604 West Memorial Blvd.

enough en nil real work. I '
The less adroit handling of NEXT TO FOODTOWN SUPERMARKET Easter
the Bobby Baker-Don Reynolds -
case has also r

Dog Training B9AYEROOASPIRIN1Regular ( U48c suit values for boys!


25e-(Limit 1)) I -(Limit 3)) Choose handsome 3 button model jackets from rugged

At HavenWINTER 91 WASHAtCC[ wool 'n Orion ocrylic and wool 'n Acrilan ,
HAVEN Dog acrylic blends? In brighter herringbone, checks 'n 5'

obedience courses will be offer I plaids! Contrasting solid color slacks of rayon acetate
ed again this year by the Win Regular 69c Sue ( )
hove added strength from Dupont's 420 nylon!
ter Haven Recreation Department "! ARRID )EMODORANT' 46c
Bob Hill, department
superintendent, announced to I sises 3, 4, 5, C5, 7 Jamaicas with t

day.An addition has been made Regular 79e Size Children's ADJUSTABLEWAISTBANDS

Intermediate obedience trainingwill
be held In addition to the 1 u Wait'll you see how great he'll look In the 3 button

beginner classes I all wool jacket that sports flapped pockets 'n rear
The 10-week program gets
under way March 18 with a i center vent! Contrasting rayon acetate 'n Dupont 2-$5 I
combined meeting for all persons FOOD YOU'LL REMEMBER 599
Interested in either the beginners 420" nylon slacks have self belt 1'1 cuffs!' Penney's

or the advanced classes FOR Fillet of Fresh Fish, Tartar Sauce quality tailoring in all the new colors spells top styleat

This meeting, open to the public Baked Beans Cola Slew 67 big
will feature an orientation I TAKEOUT savings. Fine cotton twill with wails 0wear
address Paul Wietzenkorn of Hush Puppies. finish Machin. washoblt
by SERVICE alias 3 4 5 6,7
Comes In 5 beautiful
and Instructorfor spring
Lakeland, trainer
the classes.\ Wietzenkorn Ph. MU 2.9074 Choice Meat, 3 Vegetables, Hot Biscuits 8Se colon Sixes I 12 to 20.

will also give a demonstration t
with his trained Schnauzer Regular 59c-(Limit 1)Wintergreen)

Movies Planned ALCOHOL 23C t.

Movies are planned to give
an Idea of what to SPECIAL
expect everyone In the course. Sues 127.620-120 (<
The remainder of the classeswill 1 M
be held st the Little League FILM
each night. PURCHASE! \
ball field Monday I
The beginners' class will be 3 88 2 Ben 25
held from 7:30 to I:30 o'clock Rails

and the Intermediate class from V5A4:
8 30 to 1:30.: Graduation exercises ) 1 i
match will beheld r Comfortable
and a fun SCREW 10 _
at the Winter Haven Tennis DRIVERS '
Courts at the completion of Each High Fashion
the course on May 18 all i7W

" Registration will be conducted, Large S.lectloF Casa 1
at the first meeting on March $198

16 However, advanced prepara- POLAROID SUNGLASSES . .
turn can be made by calling the SHIFTS2forS :
Winter Haven Recreation De.
partment at CY41000.The Regular 9c-liquid-(Limit' 1)BLIS.TO.SOL +
fee for the course Is $li 43'
per class or a total of Slit for f
each entry.
Dogs should be at least right I ii I I. r
months old by the time of the Children's Or Adult's
first classFOUND. 21


RENO Ut-ResidenU of a residential OUR SEERSUCKER STARLETS!
25 Wart ta 100 Wart-(Umrt 6))
awoke early one
area '
morning to the blaring of a Police i r LIGHT BULBS 2 29' Over-the-head and side.
loudspeaker: "All residents I
get out of bed. Check your)I $5 button styles In vivid eye {
is burglary 7 to 14
backyards There a
suspect In the area" I KNOW YOUR PHARMACISTMEET catching prints. They '

The sleepy homeowner I Young stars In the spotlight for Easter bandbox coma with self belts to
bed flashlights, turned on Jf.b-I
lights and called out their : PAT AMATO and "SXEETS" ROBINSON fresh seersucker ensembles' Neat pleated Da- wear only If the mood

P a trolm a n Floyd REGISTERED PHARMACISTS and Acetate strikes Sizes 10 to
aid he was chased Mlst.lk'i cron polyester cotton two piecers you.
boxer dogs, climbed a and cotton ensembles with co-starring Arnel triacetate 18.
was confronted by a homeowner
armed with a shotgun I I food Pleasant/ Shopping' 'n cotton blouses'! Buy now and save! \
Easy failing -:- Elegant -:-
The suspect was found hidingla
a car. i I,



I LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March !, 11164 I Head
Welfare Receipt Snarl Indian General Likely To

\VJ lli: ; d ., .'<" ,WfWkf. Q,,.,. Q ter, To Be Explained Today United Nations Force On CyprusUNITED

WeLJ1.e r: J..A!< t.AN ,...D,*, missioners BARTOW called- County a meeting cornS receipts legs surrounding Involving a money check collected of-

by the welfare department NATIONS, JIl.". post of mediator, Including for. James Plimsoll, Australian high
with the for 11 o'clock
press (AP) A 52-year-old Indian mer President 'Gtwo Plaza of commissioner to India, and retired -
this morning In an effort to Frederick
Irish diplomat
The Investigation began general appeared almost certain
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation clear up misunderstand- Tuesday afternoon whoa was today to command the U.N Ecuador, who headed the 19511U.N' H Boland, another former General -

discovered that some of the peace force for Cyprus, but at observation group In Lebanon Assemblj president.

STATION H. L. Charleston........ 11 62 Mpla-St Paul ...... 34 12 receipts for money turned over least six men were being mentioned Another man reportedly Thant asked Canada Sweden

Miami ............82 71 Chicago ...........53 31 New Orleans ....... 74 44 Milk BoardIn I to the circuit clerk were not for the tougher job of favored In U.N. circles was Finland Ireland and Brazil to

Jacksonville ....... 86 66 Cincinnati .....:;...63 41 New York .......... 54 15 on file In the welfare office. mediator between the Greek Jose Rolz-Bennett of Guate- join with Britain In supplying

Key West .......... 81 72 Cleveland ......... .53 49 Omaha ............. 35 14 New Row County Commission Chair and Turkish Cypriots. mala, Thant's deputy chief of troops for the peace force. The

LAKELAND .......85 70 Denver .. ...........34 20 Philadelphia ....... 55 46Ocisla man Wilmer McCutcheon stated Sec cabinet who made a survey tripto United States would provide

.. ........ ...87 69 Des Moines ....... .43 16 Pittsburgh .........60 52 "we have no reason to believe Diplomatic sources said had Cyprus for the secretary- transportation and other logistic

Orlando ............ 87 70 Detroit .... ..... .... 57 46 St. Louis ..... ...... 54 34 Over Prices that there's any Irregularity retary-General U Thant general and attended the recent support.

Pensacola .......... 70 54 Fairbanks .. ... .... 18 12 San Francisco ..... 61 49 other than poor handing: chosen Lt Gen. Prem Singh London conference at which

Tallahassee ........ 70 55 Fort Worth ......... 60 31 Seattle ............. 50 38 trlct Court of Appeal, dropped of paper work." Gyanl to command the force. Britain attempted to mediatethe

Tampa .. .......... 86 70 Indianapolis ... ..... 58 35 Washington ........ 50 45 I the bombshell. McCutcheon Indicated he be. but was withholding an announcement dispute. i Billy Graham
W. Palm Beach ..., 83 71 Juneau ...... .... ... 42 28 misplaced until he receives The United States and Britain
Andrewi proposed that the lieves the receipts were '
Kansas ....... 58 28 BAROMETER replies from nations asked to
price guaranteed the farmer sometime between when were said to favor Carl W. A. Crusade Eyed
Atlanta ... .. ........ 78 49 Los Angeles ...... 68 51 7 a.m.29.99 I dairy contribute troops. I Schurmann, recently named
<< for his milk be cut from III they were given to a commission
Boston .. ....... ...54 42 Memphis .. .. ..... .. 74 40 I p.m. Wednesday -25.99 and the time Gyanl, a graduate of Britain's Dutch ambassador to For Lakeland
c cents a gallon to 57 cents, He deputy .
(cited figures showing that milk when they were supposed to Imperial War College, commanded .]ton and former washing-j
have been turned over to Mrs. the 5,000-man V.N U.N. Economic and of the Polk
ould be trucked In from Wisconsin Representatives
emergency force along the .. .. .n" _
'. Mildred director of
y cil nis appointment migni DC County churches sponsoring
social services for the Egyptian-Israeli frontier for blocked because of the Nether that
wsee'L..r..J. county the Sam Todd Crusade
\ \ : ftt ij ( The amount of missing re more than four years. In mid-'lands' membership In the North has been In Lakeland the

0 ," H _. '." ceipts originally totaled approximately January the he was sent to Cyprus Atlantic Treaty Organization past two weeks, will meet .
$1,700, McCutch. as secretary.genemal's per Makarlos March 18 at 1 ::30 o'clock at -
Louisiana, Arkansas and eon said. However, at I sonal observer. 1 Rejected I St David's Episcopal Church

Tennessee and purchased by distributors o'clock yesterday afternoon, Council Unified Before the Issue came before to discuss a proposed Billy

for less than 62 cents approximately $400 had been the Security Council, Greek Graham Crusade in Lakeland.
In a rare display of unanimity -
a gallon. I accounted for, according to Cypriot President Makarios had Bender Z. Cashman Jr.,
\ "The purpose of the lower Commissioner L. W. Dunson. the Security Council authorized rejected a U.-British plan fora publicity chairman of the

? price; Is to discourage the im.1 Dunson explained that deposit the U.N. peacekeeping operation NATO police force on Cyprus. group sponsoring the Todd
Wednesday, empower-
portation of milk," Andrews checked Some 7,000 British troops are said that the Billy
...* L''a -' slips are being ling Thant to name the force Crusade
said, "The milk In Florida must ,against receipts on file in the commander and the mediator in trying to enforce a shaky cease Graham Team had been con
be priced on a basis competitivewith clerk's office. fire between the Greek and tacted and that the Evan-
consultation with Cyprus Tur-
milk brought In." Dunson said "the trend of Turkish Cypriots. gelist Is booked for the next
key, Greece and Britain.
/ Further Argument Due this thing looks real good right One Informant said Thant had A Turkish source said his two( years.

now," apparently referring to three men' for the'country favored Muhammed Za- Cashman said that a possible .
Mike Caolo an employe of the the verification of the receipts. Frulla Khan of Pakistan, a judgeon crusade for tome time In

dairy farmers federation, re I McCutcheon described the the International Court of 1967 will be discussed, along

plied that the 57 cent price would checking process as "tedious." Jury Will Justice and former president of the possibility of Folk's 500

..........:: not discourage Importation of The receipts are for money the General Assembly. Other churches sponsoring such. a
milk. He laid the price would collected by the welfare depart suggested choices were Sir crusade

---- ,-- have to be cut to 51 or 52 centsto ment for patients who make See Films

-....- .--.... do so, and the Florida farmer beforehand payments for the I

,, ., couldn't produce milk at that cost of obstetrical services, : Of Shootingwho
price and for the cost of clinic cards iutuartetf

.,.,> ..;.. .- : $ .; Further argument was due to- issued by the welfare office.
-.---- Receipts being checked dated was handcuffed to Oswald

day.The Supreme Court ruled Jan back to mid.6Z.McCutcheon when Ruby fired. Belli seemedto MRS. ERA CHADWICK DAVID J. EDWARDS

6 in the Polar'Ice Cr am Com said the change attach Importance to the Chadwick 54 of AUBURNDALE David J. .
Mrs Era ,
A cold front that spawned tornadoes end ether violent w.oth.r which lulled; 11 persona and pany case that Florida could not began approximately two point. 'He contends Ruby was Route 6, died today at Lakeland Edwards, 76, of 619 Walnut St.. ,
40 south,,. scheduled ., Florid burIn discriminate against milk from weeks ago when a cash box "blacked out" emotionally. died yesterday in Lakeland Gen
Injured others In sin states yiitirdoy, woe to inev a v today General Hospital after a long
0 much weakened condition. Only ihow.n and moderately cool rimp.rarurii win forecast fo, neighboring states. The ,court containing approximately $300 2. Leavelle, under questioningboth William illness. She was a native' of eral Hospital after a long ill
stolen from the hospital. Asst. Dist. Atty. -
was by
due for km end .... said Florida's base and allocation Savannah Ga. and to'' ness. He was a native of Geor-
north sod central regions whilt southern cress were portly cloudy ( '" Umpireturn. According to McCutcheon, Alexander and Bell, said came
(lAP Wirtphoto). orders, which had bars the collection is designed Lakeland from Atlanta in 1943: gin; and moved to Auburndalo
against imported. milk were In. new to keep large system amounts { \,," ..,,, *";: :- She was a member of the Mt In 1932. He was a retired Baptist
Weathercast valid. 1bW minister and
F"t" 'isgah Baptist Church of Cummings owner and
of from at I
The case was remanded to the money gathering <, 'iI.8.1lifSlf > ".' < Ga.Survivors. operator of the D. J. Edwards
the offices. "J ..
\.somnJ Lakeland's skies will be fair,, lower court which has not yet Under the new system, y 0 "' include her husband Garbage Service In Auburndale
.. passed along the order to the H. was a member of the Berea
could tell which
and the temperature cool tonight money will be turned over to he not finger : Henry Chadwlck; a

e.uOau and mild tomorrow., commission. It is expected to the commissioner's deputyonce Ruby used, to pull the trigger. daughter, Mrs. Edgar Caudil Baptist Church.
\ within the next two weeks. Defense lawyers he used: He Is survived by five daugh
\ weathermen said today. a day whereas collections say of Lakeland; two sons, Bluford
0 were made once a week 1 his middle finger. They consid-Pritchard of Lakeland and How ers, Mrs. Alice L. Haley and

FLORIDA ZONE FORECAST ...._.... Westerly winds today will under the old system. er this evidence that Ruby was ard Pritchard of Highland City; Mrs. Effie Windisman and Mrs.

A-Partly cloudy! and cool Fr!. \_ -' range from 15 to 25 miles an ConvictionOf in a state of "psychomotor dis- three sisters Mrs Lottie Moom- Mattie Wilson, all of Auburndale

day and rather cold tonight. Low I hour, diminishing to 5 to 10 unction," and did not realizehe jun of Miami, Mrs. Dick Bar Mrs. Sarah Milligan, Ga., and

tonight 38 to 44. -:: .uso N::1_ miles an hour tonight and becoming Darty ViolentWeather was not using the first, or in of Norfolk, Va., and Miss Mrs. Naomi Hornsby, Winter
B.C: Becoming fair tonight"a \ trigger, finger. Mary Dickerson of California; Haven; five sons Virgil, 0. B.
F variable at 10 to 16
and Friday. Cooler tonight. Low and Walter P., all of Auburn-
G 3. Doyle Lane, a Western Union a brother, Allison Dickerson of
tonight 45 to 50. __. miles an hour tomorrow. Mod- Is Upheldhomicide supervisor testified that Savannah; and seven grandchildren. dale, Robert L. of Bradley June-
D cloudy Fri. \ '.' erate humidity was expected.The Ion and David J. of
-Partly through \ Albany
::: $25
... a "j' Ruby bought a money .
day. Turning cooler today and .1'1 ..... maximum temperaturehere was felonious as Kills I 11 I der moments before he shot Os Funeral services will be private Ga.; one lister and one brother;

tonight. Low tonight 50 to 53 ) yesterday was 85 degrees charged by the state, or self- wald. 30 grandchildren and seven
E-F-G: Partly cloudy tonight J the minimum this morning was defense and may great; grandchildren.
\\I Justifiable, as contended New' Orleans Belli dwelt at length on Ruby'imanner.
knocking down from 7 until 9 o'clock at the
and little H Services will announced
Friday. Turning a 70 and no rain fell at the city by Darty. be by
about 15 fender Home.
cooler tonight. Low 51 pilinga.Five Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home of Au.
tonight Kersey
station.Lucerne .
hall weather
.A. was no eye-witness Belli) "Did he walk out
we're ( :
.school In: Q
pupils burndile. "" .
winds 10
to CS. Southwesterly _....
other than Darty to the actual i
to 20 miles per hour, becoming urtd at Corinth. Miss., when a leisurely? RITES FOR MISS DAY
variable 5 to 13 miles hour ., Park tornado ripped the roof from a A. "Yes" MRS.
per In...! .. unusual about his Funeral services for Miss EDITH COLLINS
tonight and FridayLakeland. high school. I "Nothing Ruth E. Day, who died Saturdayat WINTER HAVEN-Mrs.'' Edith
In other walk whatsoever?
parts of the nation her home at 116 Patten Harper Collins, 79, of Buckeye
Road Contract a wind-driven snow storm swept; A "No, Heights, were held yesterday at toad, died at the Winter Haven

Woman Not shooting of Stokes In an orange Q. "Then two or three minutes the Dukes-Steen Funeral Home. Hospital today after a long ill

I May Come Soon grove. But Darty contendedthat I later, Oswald was dead Mrs. Omta A. Meyer of the ness. She was a native of

Hurt In Auto CrashA Stokes attacked him witha Did he (Ruby) seem In a hurryto Unity Center conducted the Granville, III., and came to
leave the Western Union office
rake and he had Winter Haven
to shootin rites Graveside services at Oak from Phoenix
BARTOW County Attorney self-defense ? Hill Burial Park conductedby Ariz., in 1961. She was a retired .
areas In the Midwest and were
Lakeland woman narrowly person was In the car with John Dewell has predicted rain A. "No."
escaped death early this mornIng her and police searched the a contract for the realigning Darty had been squirrel splashed sections in the North. Q. "Everything casual and the P.E.O. librarian from the Rock

when her speeding car accident scene for signs of of Lucerne Park Road should be hunting and said he always east. seemed to be normal? He was i A vocal selection was present Island, 111, public library

struck a power pole on East another person. Then Miss let in May by the State Road kept his shotgun in a truck he An intense storm centerednear cool and collected and passed 'ed by Mrs. E. E. Ellis, and She attended the Presbyterian

Memorial Boulevard and flipped Taylor said she was alone and Department.; was driving during hunting the south end of Lake the time of day?" piano selections were provided church
into Lake Parker. police later found out the per Dewell made his predictionafter season. He said that he was Michigan and heavy snow fell A. "Yes." by Mrs. Raymond Smith. Pallbearers Survivors Include a son, Stephen
"afraid of Stokes and was licensed In of E. R. Johnson J. Collins of Los Angeles;
Patrolman A. F. Johnson son who was first reportedwith County Engineer C. W. parts the Mississippi Vu! Belli contends that persons were ,
Identified her as Jo Ann Miss Taylor, had been at Fielding requested commissioners to carry a pistol because Icy and Great Lakes region The suffering from "psychomotorepilepsy" P. Guernsey Raymond Smith and a sister, Mrs. Fred H.
I Stokes had threatened'him. Mitchell (Bertha) Rankin of Winter Ha.
home. storm started In the Southwestand D. W. Castle
Raines Taylor, 821 N. Ten. to approve appraisals for ." can appear normalfor
nessee Ave., who suffered only Miss Taylor was charged the last four parcels of right of spread across the Plains, several days He says grief and Harris Sims. ven. ,
The Private funeral services will
bruises and abrasions when with reckless driving. Her car way needed before constructionca'n two men reportedly had with snow depths to more than afoot over President Kennedy's death
she was thrown from the vehicle was a total loss. Power was begin an argument over ownership of I In some areas. shocked Ruby Into this con RITES FOR MR. WAHL be held at 10 o'clock tomorrowat

Into the soft mud bank off in the area for over an Dew U said I condemnationsuits land and Darty related to the Eight Inches of snow fell In a dition. Funeral services for Henry J.Wahl. the Ott-Laughlln Funeral
Home chapel with the Rev.
at the edge of the lake. She hour If will be filedin court that "he stepped back little more than four hours in 85of 516 Edgewood
necessary Robert W. Farrow assistant
was treated for her wounds about 10 days, and he estimated with one foot and drawed the Qulncy III., and more than six, Drive who died Monday wereheld
pastor of the First
and released from Lakeland court will rake back to strike me inches hit Milwaukee. Hazardous -Castro PlanningTo yesterday at the chapelof Presbyterian
proceedings .
Hobson Strain Shooting Admitted Church: of Winter Haven, oficiating
General Hospital. take approximately 30 days. driving conditions were reported I the Thornton MemorialHome
Inurnment will be at
When asked what he did
In parts of Wisconsin, .
Johnson said the accident The road between Winter Haven next, Darty said "1 went to Write BookMIAMI a later date in the Greenwood
Iowa Illinois and Missouri.
happened when Miss Gets Leave The services conductedby
Taylor, has were
and Haines City long shoot him." Memorial Park at Phoenix. In
Rain preceded the snow in
returning from the Rainbow been of bitter members of Lakeland Lodge lieu of flowers
a subject com it has been
Club in Winter Haven, lost plaint by residents of the area. Stokes was killed by two bul. many parts of the storm belt (AP) -Cuban Prime 91, F & A M, who also servedas that contributions be

control of her car as she headed Of AbsenceBARTOW lets which struck him in the and strong winds lashed muchof Minister Fidel Castro is writinga honorary pallbearers. made to a favorite charity,

west on the boulevard. CATTLE AUCTIONS chest. the region. Wind gusts of 72 book about the Cuban revolu-

Ra'y Clements, In writing the opinion the miles an hour were reported at Ion, Havana Radio said today. I
Pole Knocked Down tax collector of Polk County JACKSONVILLE (AP>-Uneven n rl... court ruled that "when an unlawful O'Hare International Airport in 1 A broadcast heard in Miami
prevailed >l nellIe tucllon m.rk.'e homicide is said the book would be published I WINTER HAVEN1 Funeral HAINES CITY-Dr. John D.
The vehicle skidded perpetrat. Chicago where
off the toddy announced that Hobson WMlnndu on Inner retelpu. RrcelRle planes were '
road then 290 feet sideways Strain, chief deputy tax collector ...rU.r, maiketi, taos compared Boo emS ed with premeditation but by grounded; for a brief period. In Italy No publication services for J. P. (Pat) Ander- Martin, area veterinarian for the
I'.u.ht.o' Cla_. an act imminently In the date was announced. son Sr., 66, 306 Bates Ave. SE., USDA in Hames City. died yes-
along the embankment and and candidate for the office dangerous Northeast heavy rain
II'... 'n ....d 500- 100 tbs It 50aim. his home
who died Wednesday morning.. terday at at 209 South
.struck the pole. The pole was of tax collector, has been elandirct. n 00,10 00 to another evincing lack of was reported In some areas .
knocked down and the car granted a leave of absence 50001775Coo.Hrlirr. Vswslllltpsudsiesa moral sense or a mind reckless Nearly two Inches doused Rome, POULTRY Cr EGGS'raMPuopi.ro will be held Friday afternoon at First St., Hames City. He was
Into the air. ., Ullllt 1400-noo. of human life It Is N.Y. in 3 I o'clock at the Crisp Funeral 48 years of age He had been
flipped without pay. The leave will begin ull,: Utility murder a six-hour period. Severe -
Miss Taylor was thrown Saturday and end In May. ?sips- Fee :dOOiJg.gooo Ibi to 00- In the second degree. We thunderstorms were Indicated m.rk" suirs to Chapel. living in Haines City since 1963,

from the vehicle, which con In making the announcement -2250.Veil mo.itandird nd U8-S50 loos-asno.: Ib r.l'itlndird ..., Pew do not find from the instant in eastern, Pennsylvania do..n.r.i'pi.liru. ear"55 .lIlhl .nd PPOI PeeNO The Rev. E. S. Anderson, pas having moved from Live Oak

tinued for 38 feet before landing Clements said, "Clayton It 00. Low us load anuodalAnc.M Jl 39 at dl>KllOlm-19 00- record that the verdict of the and southeastern New York I .A.... Wetirtl CartonsE Sn tor of Riverside Baptist Church Fla.Dr

In shallow water at the Branson, assistant tax collector '""' Feeder CI.._ jury was reached by the ave State. L.m Lie. S4 flat 01 ..44 4.144*.-.7 mo mo.,., ,44 491 of Fort Myers, will officiate. Martin l was a native of

edge of the lake. She landedin has agreed to postpone his SlMri-75. medium rev' load IHO-Io 49U-700 lb> 110019 nue of error." Temperatures dropped a few Mrdlun 3101 ..in41 rnoi. 41 Burial will follow In Oak Lawn rlarianna, Ma, and was a grad

the soft mud next to the retirement at least until after Hrlferi, Good 490-700 lbs 17 9S-30 00 The appeal was written by legrees below zero in parts of mill a.... of ....11.Ilon.1 01 3137 ou.lll,mo.J-. cent 31 Cemetery. Friends may call uate of Marianna High School

lake Johnson said, and was the May primaries so that Hobson cdr.ia-ro.od: wo-so Ibi Judge Jack F. White and upheld the Dakotas and Minnesota but llher Wholenle. In Mine prlcn locUUIee on poullrr sitoa. tonight from 5 to 9 o'clock at He was graduated from Auburn
30 DO-MOO, medium ..1750211)0STARARAMA ._ 0 psitnome: Hriu. hetvy S lb., the Crisp Funeral Chapel. University in 1949.
unconscious until officers ar can devote his full energiesand by Acting Chief Judge no severe cold.was reported in -. reported: luni, 4"<-> Ibi, UP.no no I _
rived. : efforts to seeking the officeof Keorge T Shannon and JudgeA. other part. of the nation. Readings ..lei reported. him 4-4" IM. Oi Prior to his appointment to
0 aroe. under 4 Ibi ,M/ : otto.., 10 e.t l leiicrM ..
the USDA
At first, she said another I tax collector." 0. Kanner/ ranged to 75 In Miami Fla. eli7Jrke. M dreuini RITES FOR MRS. BELL he was In private
_. I' I In
-- WINTER HAVEN Funeral practice Live Oak for 13
,services for Mrs. Iris Roger years. Dr. Martin was a mem-
:--;. Secrecy Surrounding New Jet 'Bell 74, of 525 Myrtle Ave., ber of the Live Oak Kiwanis

Green Cove Springs, who died Club Elks Club, Shrine and Ma-
Nowl All the power II. Wednesday morning here aftera sonic Lodge. He was a memberof

you need for long illness, will be held Sun the Ridge Veterinary Medical

clear hearing Faces News Conference Testlit day at 2:30: o'clock at the War.' Association Florida Association
and AVMA.He .
with the rick Funeral Home, Columbt-
new ana. Ohio. Burial will follow is survived by his widow

$eI WASHINGTON (AP-Wheth-I But compelling reasons for and said it had been tested at there in the East Carmel Cem- Mrs. Nan Martin and a son,

izL7 er the administration can maintain questions have risen since the more than 2,000 miles an hour. etery. John Gary Martin, both of

I I the high secrecy Imposed President disclosed the exist The circumstances of John- Friends may call tonight from Haines City; his father and

on all facets of the All Jet ence of the advanced experi-"son's disclosure of the hitherto 4 to t o'clock at the Crisp Fun: mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martin
< plane project comes to new test mental jet planes which he said eral! Chapel. of Mananna
so small your friends today when Secretary: of Defense were being flown at Edwards secret All project and its roleas : Services and burial will be in
won't notice ltl I Robert S. McNamara an Interceptor fostered spec
Air Force Base, Calif. ROY LEE MONIQL'E Live Oak Saturday afternoon.
ulation which the
\ ''' 44 holds a Pentagon news confer- One reason was the almost government Dave Lane Funeral Home is In
Soraiud hldn behind ordinarily to discourage AUBURNDALE Roy Lee
The now Module Circuit (Patent Pending) ence. attempt"
unprecedented secrecj Imposedby charge of Haines
your ..r. weighs less than t end offer it In the Serenade, a ; Under the ground rules for I the administration on a proj. when military weapons are Monique, 60, of 121 Deen Boulevard ments. City arrange
quarter of M ounce! marvil of miniaturization, *o tiny ." general concerned. He volunteered the died yesterday at his
news conference, a ect which actually had its inception
It U the imille.1 behlnd.th..r ssusyof its parts mint aiuwmblid L- t" A information. I home. Funeral services will beheld
newsman may ask any questions a decade ago was start :
hearing aid Bolton hu ever pro under a high.power microecop he desires Because McNamara himself tomorrow at 4 o'clock at I I
In form in ed In then
: development, can-
duced. Yit it dohvon natural, brilliant Come In now for your FREE! any the Kersey Funeral Home,:1 AMBULANCE
has build
which he desires to It. celed and has steadfastly opposed
STAR trie phrase emerged as anew !
sound that mast for electronic and
you try hearing tent peraonal Chapel: with the Rev.
yourself, demonatriticm of the all.new Hybnd will b. Hit seer .f 0 The official, of course, Is not program. I ing any new Interceptor on the Frost, Baptist minister II SERVICEI

Button miinMrlnf kill hu Beltom Serenade, Th...'. no obligation Srererem Saturday night ipontertd compelled to answer. Some Congress members ground that no new supersonic Burial will be in Kermi'l
produced the luiuuinf new Micro- of any Until .r the Lekilend High McNamara, bearing In mind among them several In high position long range Russian bombersare Burial Park in I I your pltam cH
School Crleerleederi and the President Johnson's instruc. have revealed that even known to be In existence II .vry hM *' KM

Yauth Advisory Board. Two lions that all Individuals associated committees which normally calling for such Interceptors, II eight end dr.

toy ttrwali Diilributor J bends will else be on else *re- with the program have would be Informed on such matters the question has arisen whether 'J'HORNT ,

/L) h_ _:.. gram The Stererirne will b* been directed to refrain from as the development and the actual role of the All ) MEMORIAL:>HOME> ,
hold the Oil Center laying than of would be Unterception.. i I .
ettOTW ot **w anything more flight new warplanes were i
: IDI.S. Fta. A
from I schick until inidnlaht.Advene Johnson himself said at a news not told by the administration One government source. In "
tickiri $I.2S and conference last Saturday could of the All They answer to a question, said the J.fL II 417 N. Moss Arc.
207 E. Lemon Sr. Ph. 682.3450 ore program.
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'SCHOOL FOR BACHELORS',, ,01'11 tho ..(lin/ h
tolcvbie .ct,... tit P".It, frughttf .f formir U. S. Tranurcr YOUR CHOICE OF AN RCA REFRIGERATOR
Ivy.k. Prl.it. Pal'i.n!! toUti, up for h.r..!... 0 c.l.n4 girl i In FREE! A Silver Dollar with each *10 OR AIR CONDITIONER $250 VALUE.
I lob Hop ..,..i.ioll ihow, ptly namtd "School for locholorl"
TAw will bo toon lour this month.
First seceded state to be
Langston I admitted to the Union after re-I i

Seeking Civil.War- .was- Tennessee.- Here are a few '

". Re-Election of the fabulous

p Lakeland Peace Justice Thorn taketth buys from
as M.Langston today announced
his candidacy for re-election to
the District S office.

Men elementary; Langston attended and attended Florida high Lakeland Southern schools., LOOK at these FANTASTIC VALUES !

College for two yean before receiving
degrees of bachelor of _

science and in bachelor"business....-of-administration laws.' from" I I REFRIGERATORS I I WASHERS I

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width vegetable crl. ,2Speec2Cyco
why more..'
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I r r leper storage door. a All porcelain Inside and out
I 4. Big 12-lb. tub capacityBeautiful
r 7 12J cw. H. 5 ,
a styling 4
Gets clothes really clean t t gently.
and more...

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University of Florida.He has
practiced law In Lakeland since
IMS, and has served as peace
Justice here since 1959.
Commands Unit and more.. nN'. f. 8... --. At thli price you can

'Ha served with the Navy In hardly I afford to bt ELECTRIC DRYERS
the European and Pacific theaters REFRIGERATOR
of operations during World FREEZER without. IcoMegle. Also %
War II*and now holda the rank Dryi all) fabrics
featured 2.9 co. ft.
of commander in the Naval Reserve. + I
He has served for five ":.radian," freezer, freak as outdoors.As $12888 I
years as commanding officer of Hajariauomafc
Low At
the Naval Reserve unit In Lake vegetable' crisper, 12.2
land. I ktp
He,Is married and the father fcfif.i.Kojf .: cu. ft. ef rifrlgeratedipace.
of a son, 12, and a daughter (. ; $20.00 INS. ALLOWANCEThe
He Is a member of the First bur/gf pr/ci/
of Lakeland of Electric bI
Presbyterian Church of Lake- City Dept.
land, currently serving as general Water Utilities will pay you $20 instatla
superintendent of the Sun- I lion allowance if you buy your new RCA
day School. He has served the I ALL $ Whirlpool Electric Dryer during March,
church as deacon for eight years 4988 1964. Offer good In any area served by the
Langston Is a member of the MoM IKT.mM FOR Lakeland D.pt. of Electric fir Water UtIIJ.
Florida Bar; the Tenth Judicial $IS9S ties.
Circuit Bar Association; the DELIVERED .
Lakeland Bar Association; the

Polk Alumni County Association.University In of whichhe FlorIda people are @ IcoMagic automatic Ice

the held American office Legion.as president; and driving the maker supplies you AIR CONDITIONERS

NO-FROST with .silt the li* you

Roger Hilsman I o REFRIGERATOR.FREEZER fI".. A I.. futurist sr t_ Prices

I Ne.Frost throughout, _
Joins FacultyAt
IOOOthe family she "tar.-d.* Start
ColumbiaNEW ....." freezer, t w I Icrlspen s

all-new a 13.! cv. ft. As Low
YORK (AP) Roger
Hrtsmu. former assistant secretary economycar refrigerated. ipacs. =
of state for Far Eastern
affairs, will Join the faculty of As
Columbia University next fall from I :_
The university announced the .

appointment Hilsman was Wednesday.a lecturer in international CHRYSLER5YEAR $329 $13888

1958. Me relations joined the at State Columbiain De-, I MODEL IKT.I4NM FOR W/T

partment at the start of President
Kennedy' administrationand
was a key figure In direct 5O.OOO MILE
ing V.S. policy In Viet Nam.

Ray I g1
I in price, BIG in,
ConniffSues styling, roominess and' SALE ENDS
economy.Take the key and
For DivorceLOS gee rnore-for-your-money why it's CHRYSLER'S car.

Phone us today, we have a Sat. March 7th
ANGELES (AP-Band- SIMCA 1000 waiting
leader Ray Conniff 47. Is suing
his wife, Ann Marie, 49, for di

vorce.His suit, tiled Wednesday in PAUL NAYLOR at 5:00 P.M.
Los Angeles, charged cruelty.
Conniff asked the court to divide I MOTORS i
"community property. The, 211 S. Florida Are. Phone MU2-5107
1034 L Main Ph. MU 2-013
couple married In 1947 and jep I
orated Tuesday, the suit said. : 'j

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LAKELAND UD6CR, Tliunday.Martb, 1M4
r' 1 Goldwafer

r Birmingham Officers To Quiz Endorses

I Suspect About 40 BombingsJACKSONVILLE Cramer Slate]


CLIP, COUPONS (AP) Two derailed a number of Florida man will talk to lie." Barry Goldwater R-Arli.. a contender
; I top pallet officers from Birm East Coast Railway freight Rosecrans was arraigned I for the Republican prcslJdentlal
ingham, Ala.. wire In Jacksonville trains during a 14-month-old Wednesday on a federal chargeof nomination, says he supports .
today prepared for a long strike. He baa denied any part violating: the I960 Civil Rights a Florida slate of GOI
AND CUT OUR. stay to question a mild-man in the railroad bombings.He Act which prohibits the obstruction convention delegates headed b\l
nered former mechanic about 40 admitted that he was In of federal court integration Rep. William C. Cramer, R-Fla I
unsolved racial bombings. Alabama when an explosionblew orders. The school that the 6-i Goldwater broke his silence
They flew In Wednesday after apart I Birmingham Ne- year-old attended was integrated Wednesday night on a fight
: EVEN the man year-old William gro church Sept. 16, 1963, killing by order of U.S. District among: Florida Republicans. The I
Sterling: Rosecrans of Anderson, four girls and Injuring 23 other Court following: brief statement by the!
:L LOW PRICES Ind., was Charged with bombing persons, according to police. Oliver I P. Weatherholt of.the senator was released by headquarters I
MORE the home of 6-year-old boy "''It is a case of such importance Florida Sheriffs Bureau .aldRosecr.1II of the Goldwater for]
who was the only Negro student that we feel any lead must was "the first real President Committee:
In an integrated school. 'be thoroughly exploited," said good suspect anybody has had"lIn "In January I asked Congressman .I
C St. Johns County Sheriff L. 0. Jefferson County Ala., Sheriff the railway bombings. He William C. Cramer forma 1
Davis said Rosecrans signed a Mel Bailey Birmingham Police said two sticks of dynamite slata of delegates in Florida]
.fi.fi'l" statement admitting: the bombing Chief lamia Moore said they found in Rosecrans' car In Jacksonville pledged! to my candidacy. The
I IJ': 1': 1' : :. ; had nothing concrete to link Feb. 22 and 800 more slate he formed is the official ]
,.. .. I'I. found buried behind a trailer
..-.. Florida and federal authorities Roiecrans to any Birmingham Goldwater slate and I endorse]
;; home he were "exactlythe
r questioned Rosecrans about a bombing. He added, "we don't It-
series of dynamiting that have even know whether or not the same type" used In the train
bombings. : Cramer's Slat Entered
Rosecrans went to St. Augustine Cr.mer'. slate already has !
e'' Need Cash T. for Bills Feb. 25, two days before the been entered for the state's May
afar twin blasts set off the day President 26 primary, with 34 votes at the |
& MASTICGARMENT Sw M3 wrn Johnson visited, Florida Republican National Conventionat
J -- () Weatherholt said '
stake Also entered are a slate,1
BAG (s Tfc. Man To Sao Rosecrans told U.S. Commissioner .
pledged to former Vice President
Richard M. Nixon and
::: :.:f Southgate MU 6-4159 Downtown MU 2.7756 could not raise the $23,000 bond. unpledged slate.
: M.th awwnt but would have an attorney and
State Republican ChairmanTom
1': > '. : ::Eram.er.nrownnt.d.,:. RESTAURANT SPECIAL CORPORATION wanted Described a hearing.by the police chiefin Fairfield Brown rounded up
\ /
MM the unpledged slate of delegateswho
: THURS. FRI. SAT. his former home at Anderson
they were overwhelmingly
FIATURI Ind., as a "loner who knew all
I' CHICKEN R II.' I the tricks appeared
I FILLET OF CDrn",.., Dnodna' CASH 2. CASH 11 CASH 13 almost meek at the hearing. He
DUMPLINGS Tots sot Monts Yoe Ost Month. Yee sot MenAss60o.0o
032..0s/oo.7o $2eao slsoss s1s.s31200 J.ckson'l
COUPON a ." a. vale jail. CLERMONT (1-Two dentists
I V'101N :' .. :r..II. Z v..r.. $Teo0 $2s0.4$1eoo stoo37 sioConv.nY.H
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hurt In the Feb.
1' WITHOUT>> TN I' COUPON. 1.7 11011. auto? lIut".. suttN Rolld1rn. Buttat' No one was like to pull bowstrings as well
C....VNI. ANN I I U4 Jacksonville explosion which
{ A ALL YOU CAN SAT CARL I. WHMTOM as teeth. Dr. James R. Davis
: : ,..... /N100, 994. II A.M.. E P.M. LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS OR POR OTHER "TM MM WM lot In'I damaged the home of Mrs. lona 3rd and Dr. D. C. McCoy share
DAY IIRVICI Godfrey whose son, Donald, dental offices during: working
: 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3168 broke racial barriers at an elementary -hours and archery targets during

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LAKELAND !LEDGER Thursday March 5, 1N4 B .I 1

tax Fraud [ .
Investigations Assembly Set


On Rise By Revenue North Carolina SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! t

Special agents of the Internal evade Income, wagering. and al' Thomas L. MEN'S All ,1 LOTLADIES' I II
Revenu,', Intelligence Division other Federal taxes (except formerly a Con r. rences Evangelism of the Methodist LOAFERS Colon '

made more tax fraud Investlga- those on alcohol, tobacco, and mrance and assign bishops, pro General Board of Evangelism. I & All & CHILDREN'S

I dons, recommended more easel narcotics) and related criminal indicted the church's evangelistic, The Junaluska program will Oxfords
(or prosecution, and obtained an offense Cases considered not was false missionary, and Include concerts and other spe
increased number of convictions appropriate for prosecution: are filing a Interests, and con cial features I 3B99S
In 1963, compared to the previous referred to other divisionsInternal of come 1960 tax other business Founded In 1913 by Methodist !

yearFullscale. Revenue for possible Robert and. Hamilton, pastor of Pasa laymen, Lake Junaluska Assembly .
Investigations were assessment of additional taxes has Into of thecountry' /
Community Church, St grown one
made In 3898 cares, comparedto and civil penalties. I man, Punta 1962.'s ,
will preach during largest religious as ;
3,466 In 1962. Recommenda- Among cases processed in federal on probation Southeastern Juris- semblies.'Bomb1. WORK SHOES
tions for made guilty to
prosecution were
court in Tampa were: I Conference The other
against 2,430 In 1963, anIncrease purchase a
Eugene D. Mays, general Stamp in for the ministers' FoundTo
of 345 over 1962 In Railroad cLOOFNOUr
agent for Seaboard will b e Methodist
cases going to trial during 1983. gambling
Tampa, was fined $9,1100.00 Gorda which i Kenneth W, Copeland LADIES'
the of obtained
Department 1408 convictions Justice, up from after to Income entering tax a evasion plea of for guilty the! eral Agents Neb. Be MineralOil I HIP BOOTS WADERS'CLOTHING

1,297, Three-fourths of the convictions -years 1958, 1957 and 1958 I John E. Bishops To Speak Instead $398 SEE out I
were on pleas of guilty burg plumbing Up BARGAIN TABLE ,
Mrs. Donna L. Davis, real estate sentenced to bishops will speak at I

Penalties Increased woman, Tampa, who formerly -(prison after during the sum VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) -

H. Alan Long, Director of the owned a towel and linen counts I Police held back spectators SEE US FOR ALL YOUR
Intelligence Division, said Fed- supply firm was sentenced for deposit I Allen will preach at the while the bomb expert cautiously .I CAMPING 6' SCOUTING NEEDS \
eral Courts in 1963 dealt out increasingly failure to file income tax return security Camp Meeting and defused the dangerous look.I If
severe penalties for for the year 1958. She wag employees' on Evangel m.Aug. ing mechanism found behind C TINTS STOVES LIFE JACKETS

Wagering Tax Law violationsr required to serve two months in depository Now pastor of First the motel davenport. I TAROS LANTERNS BOAT

and in multiple-filing fraudulent prison and was placed on probation -for the Church, Houston, Nitroglycerine equivalent to lAGS SLEEPING BLANKETS C ANCHORS COAT PADDLES f
refund cases One sentence of for three years ment as I he formerly was pastor 40 sticks of dynamite, said the .
eight years In prison and two Dr. Paul L. Sheehy, a Tamp Revenue I Methodist Church, At- officer I

I of 10 years were Imposed In the physician, was placed on proha-. pertained to I Also preaching at this Then the city analyst Identl i VET'S SURPLUS f fI
latter category Fines levied by tion after being convicted of I income that should will be Dr. Lawrence fled the fluid as mineral oil.
Federal District Judges for tax tax evasion for the years ing the period Nashville, director Who put it there and why 519 N. Florida Ph MU 2-1805
convictions were also substantial 1955, 1958 and 1957 to August 13, I :Department of Preaching 1 wasn't determined. I I I II
in many cases, ranging up James W, Rewis, a Lakelandand
from $15,000 to $30,000. paving contractor, was sentenced I
to 18 months In prison
In the approximately 1400 convictions -
In 1963, total prison sentences after pleading guilty to attempting ,
of 293 years to serve to evade his Income tax for

probatlonal and suspended sentences -: the year 1957 and for the failure f .: I IL
of 2,269 years, and finesof to file a corporate income tax ", I
$2.8 million were Imposed. I return for the year 1958. qvnM .
In addition to the criminal, Paul D. McDonald, a Lakeland ; "
sanctions, the Intelligence Division -: contractor, formerly a partner In "
recommended almost $170, a Lakeland development firm .:.1

million in additional taxes and, was sentenced to one year in /' ''j
penalties for assessment in prison with eleven months suspended $.. t
cases Investigated by It. and placed on five ye.r's .. T'
I probation after pleading guilty to
Some Cases Referred :r
failure to file Employer's Quarterly -

The Division investigates suspected -, : Federal Tax returns during :
willful failure to file tax the period September 30.

*returns and willful attempts to 1958 to March 31, 1981.I _Lm._.

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I I Let's Play ALAN TRUSCOTTBy BridgeBy *, a P Lx

ALAN TRUSCOTT there can be no possible advantage < } ,
in returning a diamond. t ,
The master team event at
the Greater New York Bridge Many years ago a player In
Association's Washington Birthday a similar situation had two possible .
tournament ended late Sunday spot cards to lead, each of

night in an upset victory for, which would give the wrong r
the team of Nathan Appel, EI-: message. In order to get a

mont, L. I., Seymour Cohen, trump return he found a solution
Valley Stream, L. I, Harold that is worthy of record although,
Berlin. New York City, and Ross not of Imitation. He put the two

Dorfman, Madison, Wls They cards face down on the table,

scored 34% points to head a shuffled them around and .,t If oar ,
field of 52 teams that Included turned one up at random. His

several squads of international partner duly returned a trump,
caliber. I and the aggrieved opponent
The- nonmasters team event Justifiably summoned the direc t

wad wOn by the Bronx team of tor. a A t- i i ln i t" ,

Allan Brody, Larry Blau, Edward -, Off iii"
Blau and Herman Horo- o V .." .'
wits V 198 I It"I'

The deal shown today wal 1, .14.
>Uy.4 in the Open Pair event AKQ952 Y .t, !his tL .

on Saturday. At many table WEST EAST
North-South misjudged a competitive A A 10(5VAK733J ;: :

bidding situation, and V -
East-West had trouble with an 1092 4 KQSI14J73 I

Interesting problem of signaling 10 4

The Jump to three clubs wa SOUTH (D) .

A classical strong Jump. North A KQJ872 ', \
could see a possibility of three V QIOi4J7
no-trump if his partner could *
stop hearts East bid of three 41
diamonds may seem venturesome Neither side was vulnerable.

with only five high-can The bidding w.
points and a misfit In hearts but South West North East J
he did not wish to be shut out Pass IV 3 3 .
3. 40 4. 54S >
of a diamond bid altogether.
After an opponent has shown Dble. Pass Pass

a strong hand, prospects of Psss
game have deteriorated for theooener' I West led the heart king.

side and a change of I

suit should not be regarded as News Of Record

completely When a long forcing.strong suit hIS COVNTV CLAIMS COURT Stamp CollectorGo

been shown already, any new .y,.. Pad .
arseIN Amooo 5on too etoUoa
suit bid by another player should tee :*
rBwr11" .
Xrile St Uo A.Dir.
also be long and strong West Dow. all asar.dles ,"
and North recognized this prim Am_ a.r.1N stagoa h 'iilft
their arJ.Ala'Nswwa 1 wBrtdln .
ciple by supporting respective I '
partner with three small c.,smith.I Amow; naenlea atottoi .. :, ahead, call him a stamp collector. He won't even flinch. The stamps he collects are the Double-Value .

trumps Alvla, Strom Amooo|3O es 14I.adlo ... SUttloa TI S with gallon of Spur Gasoline. The free Spur stamp catalog shows 500 gifts !
.. trading stamps you can get every
It is difficult to blame East ...P.ul.......WUIIuiM.. Won I.. MU1WM .. ft old-hand-at-the-wheel ; though. He gets
for going to five diamonds aros Y. :::*:7.loMmll Tttornu. UlUulbcrrr for better living. The stamps aren't the only reason this uses ,
although this was a phantom 1Ib.1'| Brrvlot slabs r.Y ,. ;!
save both four spades and five I II.nffahs.. MT&4 Itorate.. tallm. n these extras: ..

diamonds can be down two 1 O a. Wtlll.iM abeli W...:d Station Jr, 14111Uultxrrr *iJ ',. addition monthly offers are exclusively w
In special
tricks. However, the shortage in IMI Md B wl 1. ..._ N 74 a Spur is the Go-Gasolino that Spurs your car a ,
his partner's suit was a factor .... ,Medical J:1'01 Cntor .i. Walter IIJolMi :: produced under strict quality controls at Spur's Spur's. unusual values for your family, your car, \ .;
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am. Jaa. IIyjVm1
favoring defense rather than H..II.... .... CMM modem refineries And Spur prices give you your home like the imported coffee-set below. 'f"
attack. Se. .3E::::10-:: : : Atuamer. new, 'r),
: Toaa savings time you fill your tank...savings that
Indiscreet Bid 11'........ 12. ..\"'. collection ? .'
started stamp yet
....... .. Have you your ::
This consideration should have lIocIkoi ua o.otsf 'WIIIJe at.Y.wto.d : F: !leave money jingling in your pocket. Or your purse. ....
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Influenced South even more .
strongly. With a'strong hand :.1.s.ConntH To Tire OoMi : -
club suit marked OoBMlI W. T. 0. BWBfclU
and at strong 11848.
opposite him, there was little "( jCooMD. w.Iln.COM IfcCtrUir.
possibility that either side could w .rg7 Cttiu.ll ... Orbit Or_.

make an 11-trick contract.,The ; f' GonnNl f.. sa AngM 7SN
indiscreet .:rit Connell ve; 1/. ajeD.aNl.w .
bid of five spades was an p onset
," which 'i v. .e. seamen. ,745s
"re-phantom w.: con.lf .. x..,. aes si.
the defense a charm to W 5' CoDul1 II. DnuM w lkw.

a collect gave 500 penalty ws tom 5iConwU n. lira, .. T. ._.... Spur your car to better performance ;

West naturally leads two top w manes n, finM wicks
hearts and continues with third wed i'Coaa.a r.wy and save money, too ---W
to ruff. It ..u.oDom.tk : :::
heart for partner teen Co. .. Dosed .
is now essential for East to re Demnue. a
Lou : ... sddtd L. W"e.
turn his low trump. West then 1210.12 a5srPuR
heart VIoD. flnsor. C. ... Roland sod '
wins and plays a fourth .tlc.W"cMa' ,
spade ten scores a 5..04 tour sod 't
and East's
trick by overruffing dummy. ..; r=;:j.t ,'i'hI'.1oP sod

At many tables East returned a ".ro. aeebera oil CJo. VI, J5551.. D
club, and South was able to discard B wrsi.eee raid Urniaou .a. Mary LM Omvin MURPHY
remaining heart on a n. ".''''.
his "\ nnue. to.n Oh "* IMnici.rw. .,L ca..waas005y
winner in dummy. B rn.tt (
club ... .
IB Hn.nr. oil Loon Co Uwtorl.ud
West s choice of spot card at oo.elol' COM (900P Lovely Imported China Coffee-Set
Is crucial factor .ul T Jr. n. W, a. iowt .: _..
the third truck a ,
because it carries a suit Dwl }R.re.a 140 1LD.a. JoaaaeO5aawL. .' .I ,,,.' Coffee pot sugar and creamer of genuine
message. But unfortunately HUd,.. MDD .. .... """ hand-decorated and glazed.
preference I china
elect 557. Rockingham ,
preference theory d L turdn M D, ... Orut COo .t ;; ;.
of calling fora Chtldl. 25ldT. .. ;'\1.:' !i': / Deep El Dorado brown with delicate floral design
provides no way Hud II D. tl. B. P. Ko- : _.
trump lead;, a low lead would D 171ohen rio' L Jud'". If D., .a. tr. OrUi' ta(M- in blue, orange and gold. It has a

ask for the low-ranking club Oolli t Har4.. 1t D., .s, I. Do 2.MD '" "<"'ei'I." ,, \ delightful of antiquity. 89,.

suit, and a high ranking lead would diamond ask ':'" ............ .. 5.. AL.a .' ,a; :4u; I Another Spur extra worth Y

for the high- Dwldi L. Y.,d_ ItO. ... Oradr many times the small price of.VithaDrparchaaeatyourSparSUUoig...
suit drD.ad ... .ins. ,. I'
A middle card Is a possible L. ......., at 0.. ... L. sea {_'t' 'I 41: (\ ,

lead, but this might simply mean ar:5zfe?'w an sick oil 0., ... w, L. Moor.TD'nwad' : ?

that West has no particular suh Door oil tutor Ceo nwan. .,
wishes. In the circumstances, p Suh D."Door it Ml tlTniamf ....... C*. n r '. .} J '1\1
lead would be the sev- U Oo"'w. ilea 4JJennn :" "
best '
the "
MrCh.rU. aol liriCto.t ,
Even if East does not regard sOsItfmas I14MDon.
en. .
Id L. >ir n. Lined SHrlckludUoion
this at a signal for spade, Uu....
Iimrmne Ooo. ... Motmt
he should reason that the seven
club T.Jiumt feua Awr a LuaborH.mrd ea w.a.s. :
definitely rejects a return. atolls HIM.

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ILAiCTiLAND_ LEDGER Thursday March I, IM4 Contrary to popular belief, the baying" having teen trained to The world'i largest unmounted ton. The pliers weighs about The New York Yankee leored
1 bloodhound doesn't follow a trail silence to avoid warning fug globe Ii the centerpiece of the I a thousand pounds; It measures:I only four runs in the scored 196
.I 11 feet from pole to pole and 34 World Series and aU were
I sniffing the ground and emitting: three or frightening lost children. National Geographic Society'i in the last. three Innings
around the
reet equator.
; eerie howls. It runs without, new Explorers Hall In Wishing
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icktti bolus. sold may bo redeemed for .otoll..o. .' Rid Holcom's Service Station, Sunstilix. Oil [ F / OR.aM esvm ro/.oipiaa_ ,..wt
Stetlo No. 1, Skip's Shill Ssnlco, Boulevard Amoco Service, and His Sautkild Shod S rylto Station. }
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PaychecksTo Poetry West Hartford .
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Reflect Festival Republicans To .[rICNKN KNITi sL7 ILlD 5th areO/e. t a I r

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Tax Slice ScheduledEleven Hold PrimaryWEST HARTFORD, Conn. -

WASHINGTON (AP) The Florida Southern College -
(AP-Weit Hartford Republicans
taxpayer feels the first direct speech and drama students will hold their own presidential
effects of the tax cut today, and will participate In the florida "primary" April JJ.
administration official. believe' Poetry Festival to be held at GOP leaders in this wealthy MERCHANTS AMERICA

hit response will demonstrate anew the University of South Florid suburb announced that polls DrAMa y SOUTHGATE Shop!11 ing Center .
will open for !'/i noun to allow RDON S
governmental tool for con- Friday and Saturday the town's 15,000 registered Republicans ease BOUTH AVENUtTAUQHtTtMM

trolling The reduction the economy.In taxes Is re- Nearly all other Florida tin to name their choice. QUALITY JEWELERS I .ALSO IN MADtMTO
versitles and colleges will I be The last time such "
a poll was I
troactive BRITTON
to New Year's Day but PLAZA CORTEZ PLAZA
represented by student groupsMrs held In West Hartford was in
new lower pay roll withholdingrates SHOPPING.CENTEIt SHOPPING CENTER
becomes effective for the Mildred Ibberson, chair- the spring of 1952. Gen. Dwight

first time today man of Southern's speech department D. Eisenhower won. .
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Most workers will note only a said the program will ..
slight increase In their paychecks .
a reader's theater choral
-about $1 to SI a week.
Others will get much more, with reading, and original poetry CHEVELLE
the total coming to about $BOO evaluation. by CHEVROLET-a great highway performerPassing

million a month. Dr. Alma Johnson Sarett, an
Most economists believe this alumna of Florida Southern and

Increased amount available for formerly a member of the faculty -
consumer spending will providea
Is director of the festlva t'r
and Increasing
significant steadily a
spur to business over The poet, Archibald MacLelsh, a
the next 12 months or more will serve is speaker and consultant -
The new 14 per cent withhold- r
ing rate, replacing an 19 per Florida Southern College students 1
cent rate, Is applied after de- ril'fj i.; ,
and their categories are: I "
ducting about $13 a week for .l !!i .
each exempt/on claimed. Lyric poems Sharyn Wallace ,-
'I The new rate applies to all Miami; Glenda Botema,
wage and salary payments Haines City; and Virginia Poter '
made today or later, althoughthe Lapeer, Mich.! narrative h
Internal Revenue Service poems Irene Taylor Mlam, '- +INla+sna
said there will be no penalties and Cynthia Bishop, Rochester,
for employers who are a day or N. Y.; original poetry L. E.
two early or late. Thompson, Lakeland.A .
group of Southern's Vagabond 11r1fn116t
Often the names of satellitesare Players will present "They
acronyms-words formed Burned tM Books" by Stephen
from the Initial letters of com Vincent Benet They are Bill
pound names. Example. are Downey, Chattanooga, Tenn.:
Samoa (Satellite and Missile Brad Kinney, Palm Beach! ;
Observations Systems), Midas Mark Gockel, Pompano Beach;
(Missile Defense Alarm System) Steve Aarthun, Perrysburg, O:
and Tiros (Television Infrared Frank Mlllen, Watkins Glen,
Observation Satellite). N. Y., and Miss Wallace.

In Our Advertisement of Friday, Feb. 28
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lynM.M IYTh. around Chevrolet's new surprise 155-hp Sir, a 220-hp V8, even a new 327-ca-in. with a lot of different >people, we gave Chevell.
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package has what it takes to meet Size, for instance Chevelle's a foot shorter than like the custom touch, we wrote out a long list
any the big cars. That much less weight to carry of extra-cost options:everything from power seat

around. Maximum performance-per-pound, and to air condiUoningpower windows to Positractioa.
driving challenge: Six or V8 engines
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r __LAKELAND LEDGER, ..Thursday March S, 1M4 II.

70 Unit Parade To 30 Election fr"" ''

Open .:- ::.). .. : M:' 'J'r,

HopefulsQualified ; .US NESS
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Florida Citrus ExpositionWINTER -'f 1 i } "I I ; I II

BARTOW-The number of
candidates qualified for the $ /> ,'. s .'i.4e;'f, A. i ._ ........ "\ ''', "n "' _

HAVEN More Rochefle Senior High West- Chamber of Commerce, Publix ROTC; Junior girls of the May 5th primary elections STOCK '
climbed to 30 this morning.The I FLASHES
70 units, Including marching wood Junior High and Winter Super Markets American Legion Auxiliary,
binds, brilliantly decorat. Post 4; four units of the American :30th candidate to qualifywas
Haven Senior .
ed floats and pretty girls In High.Organizations Seaboard Airline Railroad., Legion. Post 201, a Marvin Howard Mulberry NEW YORK (AP-The stock 74>/ on 2,200, General Dynamics Pfizer at W/t' on 1,500; and

new convertibles will parade sponsor I log Tampa Electric, City of Tampa marching unit of the Civil Air man seeking the constable's market was Irregular in moderately up '/ at 31"/ on 1,000, and American Cyanamid at 62 on

through Winter Haven Saturday floats in the parade Include Wynn Dixie Winter Haven Patrol; 19 units of the Shrine, post in District 1. active trading at the International Telephone, ups I 1.000.
to Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Banks Winter Haven Builders, Florida opening today. at 53% 2.300.
open the 1964 Florida Auto Racing Club of Yesterday afternoon, three on I
Citrus exposition. The parade Badcock Furniture, Charlotte Johnson Motors and Orr Marina Florida Highway Patrol; Future others qualified joining the 27 Most key stocks showed little Standard Oil of Jew Jersey' American Telephone opened I

begins at 10 a.m. County, Continental Can, Cypress Taylor Live Bait. Farmers of America men who paid the qualifyingfees change. was unchanged at 82 on an on 7,000 shares down '/a at 141

The list of units Includes 1< Gardens, East Hiltebor- Majorette groups are the Girl Scouts; Boy Scouts; National Tuesday, tha first day of St Regis Paper opened on opener of 3,300 shares. Zenith recovered % at 79:/
bands; 24 floats, 24 special ough County and Lions Club, Cape Canaveral All Stars Guard; Vanguard Drum qualification. 7,500 shares off '/ at 32 Westinghouse Electric con on 1,200 shares U.S. Steel eased j

units and eight majorette General Telephone. High Steppers, Orange Blossom and Bugle Corps; Marine I fees General Motors was unchanged tinued to improve, adding % at, Vt to MVi\ and Douglas Aircraftrose
their yesterdayIn
corps. Polk County, Hillsborough Group, Sailorettes, Show- Corps Honor Guard, Passion Paying the office of Circuit Court at 81%. on 1,400 shares. 35l2,500\ shares / to 24.Yesterday .

The parade will form on the County Commission, Lake Alfred manettes, Prancerettes Twirl- Play, antique cars; Ridge Art Clerk D. H Sloan Jr., were Opening blocks included: Unchanged were Sears, Roebuck the Associated
Northgate Shopping Center lot, Chamber of Commerce, ettes, and McLeod Ambassadors Association; a helicopter; Junior E. Godwin, candidate Lockheed off't at 38\/4 on at 106 % on 1,200 shares;' Press average of 60 stocks dip- I

travel south on Sixth Street to Lakeland Chamber of Commerce girls of the Veterans of For. for Harry constable In District 2; 2,800 shares; Texaco, up % at Brunswick at 10% on 2,300; ped .6 to 298.5.

Central Avenue; east to Third McDonald's, Mass Special units will include a eign Wars; city police; and Frank C. Stanley Jr., seeking
Street; then north to the Exposition Bros, Manatee County Chamber band, drill team and color the Polk County sheriff's department re-election as Justice of the BLUE CHIPS

grounds. ,of Commerce, Orlando guard of the Florida Southern peace in District 3, and Gor-

Bands Listed don MacCalla of Winter Haven I

seeking! re-election as
The bands will Include
school bands from lakeland county solicitor,

Senior High, Lakeland.Junior The qualifying dale ends. at (()O't OUG I '- TOf #AK8T5KIU.lN
High Auburndale Senior High, noon March 17 $ ME.

Auburndale Junior High, Bar-

tow Senior High, Denison Junior .
High, Fort Meade Senior Jax Lawyer CofL"

High Frostproof Senior High
Haines City Senior High Jew. Speaks In .L

ett Senior High Kathleen Senior I

High, Lake Wales Senior LakelandDelbridge J L'....-,,'',, N...'.__
High Mulberry Senior High,

Haven L. Gibbs Jacksonville "
Okays president of The

Florida Bar was to have

Beauty Shop Association addressed the at Lakeland a luncheon Bar The'DaHy Investor I

meeting at the Gold Cup Restaurant Quttaritnt Jnpplt4| if

Zoning RuleWINTER today. Q. About a year and a half years ago Like many other
He was to have reported on ago I Invested $5,600 In Polaroid highly-speculative situations, it

HAVEN The the progress of the Florida common stock Every three has had Its ups AND downs.If .
city commission yesterday approved Bar's campaign to raise funds AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE I months I get a dividend check you were looking for high

a Planning Board recommendation for the construction of a per. for only $2.50. How come I gel dividends you shouldn't have
that beauty 7'r manent headquarters building Am Elec . ............. I"Barnes / ,so little? bought Polaroid. But, If
"K ..........,.,, 25 you
Eng %]
shops be allowed to operatein < Pledges have been received 1 If I had the In the had other motives (as I suspectyou
Dorsey Corp.............. NS
Rl-B of in vol.
tones subject to for a total $165,000 did
: bank, I would much ) your move was a successful -
1 get more
special approval of the Boardof --- }< ; untary contributions from the Falcon Sea Dr ............. 1314 In Interest. Can I deduct the one. You can sell your
Adjustment.The lawyers of Florida toward the Guard Chem .............. NS Polaroid stock
::: ; lost Income Income tad right now at a
be restrict. ,_ Florida Bar Center.Chesterfield Gulf Am ................... 4% on my higher than
shops must price you paid.
Gulf Sulphur ........,.,.,. 714\ A, It's pretty obvious that
ed to home operation and H Smith, Bar- As a final Item, no, you know
.. ... ... you bought 50 shares of Polar.
Kratter ... ,... 9
have chair and is chairman of the Flor. deduct "lost Income"
only one one READY FOX OPINING fourth Strut, Northw.tt 'In Winftr Haven It lined with heavy rrucki' tow, Lucky Friday ......-.-.... 30 old at $130 a share, In the latter you any
operator, according to the ida Bar Center Committee. on your income tax return
commission action. filled with a part .' the Jmti I. Strata midwcy chew which wec to t.|l I" unloodmi hit .,.... Co-chairman for the Tenth Occidental Pet ............ 27'%: part of 1962 That high-fly- You try that and the Internal .

Men for the ..ido Citiul iponlion., Th. SO-troio-cor itc'tion .l lh. thaw arrived ytittrdoy. Judicial Circuit Is Roy C. Redwing Carrier ...,..... 10'/' ing and wide-moving (In price) Revenue Service will landon
The commission,
acting on
Commissioner Cirrvt lipttlrion will 1 ktfi* Saturday with a panda ot 10 0.m. The ..,..Itlo" (rounds will Th'l Summerlin, Winter Haven. Stephan Co ............... V/4 stock sold as, you feet first
a request .I 10:30 Sot..o,. The share will conHmit through Morch 14. (Ltdg.. photo I ky Corroll) Syntex .-..-........-.--... 8734 low as $81.50
Thomas Turnbull to . Other members of the cam
and as high as I
Richard Dantzlerto Tampa Elec ....,...,...,. 251. Q. You answered a question
ask .Mayor committee R. Philip -
paign are Textron Inc ... ............ 4 $221 that year ,
% In which It was noted that
appoint I committee to determine Haines United Fund Must Stand Haddock Lakeland; Henry M, OVER-THE-COUNTER You are getting a
what aid the city City Kittleson Bartow; Frank E. I "so little," broker had handled I certain

could give toward Improvingthe Bryant, Sebrlng; and Lefferts Affiliated MUTUAL Fund ..FUNDS.,....., 84Allco as you call It. ." customer's account so well that
athletic facilities at Jew. DDA At $180,000 If CampaignTo L. Mabie Jr., Wauchula the value of the person's stocks
AppointsNew because of the
ett High School for Negroes. .. .........- 7V rose from JH.ono to approximate
Am Express ............. 38'. company's divl
ly 114,000 In
C. C. Cliff) only one
City Manager ( year.
Ryan and City recreation director ChairmanHAINES Get 'On Schedule'Lakeland's I 19 Witnesses Auto Munch ....... .... ... 1% dend policy.Surely I My brokerage account shows
Bob Hill will work *ease Man Bank ......... 67 no !I a lots of more than $3,000, from

with the mayor's committee CITY- The Down- United Fund collet four scheduled morning report Called Eckerd's Drug .......,... 19 shock to you_ _ SI 1.000. I work hard for my
and the Polk County School town Development Association,' lions must stand at $180,000 by meetings. The meeting Tuesdaywill By Fidelity Fund ............ 17.10 deed the Polar.DOYLE dlvi-: I money and am anxious to recoup -
Board the matter. In be held at 8:13: a.m. Coffee Fla. Gas ... ...........,.. 9'' on my losses as quickly as
on composed of civic leaders and Monday to be "on schedule" and rolls will be served and the Grand JuryBARTOWNlneteen Fla. Pub. tltil ...,.,...... 2414' old has been at the rate of 20 possible. May I have the name

The school has asked for aid merchants, yesterday appointed its current drive to raise $231- public Is invited to attend. Fla. Steel......,,....,.. 9% cents a year (five cents every of that broker?

,., in the raising football$8,000 lie for I Id lights, more on furniture dealer William Smith 000 for its 17 member agencies, Campaign chairman Jerry Fla. Tel ............,..,a 27'/ three months) since 1958. It A, No. That may seem to be
Fund officials said today. witnesses Fla Tile ......... ....... 11'' was lower before that.
fence and as temporary chairman. Smith Kent, said that an all-out effort a short tntwtr But, believe/
bleacher seats," a To reach Monday's objective, Is being made to catch up In have been called to> appear before Founders Life .;....-..-.. .L 8% You should have known this me, I am not trying to be
a larger field. replaces automobile dealer, an addition $85,000 in gift and tile drive' that has yet to reach the spring grand Jury which Gulf Life ,.....,........,... 57'ncorp /,I before you bought the stock, or abrupt. However, this column
tn other action the city commission Ralph Stalnaker who resignedthe pledges must be obtained, to is scheduled to begin its Investigations even thought about buying It.
$100,000. the target amount for Invest .......:.. 7.42 never has and never will put
named Arthur Johnson post when he was elected to be added to the $93,000 that has last Monday. Tuesday. Inter County Tel It Tel .. 51 Polaroid has never been a big readers In touch with one another

tl of Lake Howard Drive to the city commission.The been reported to Fund. Telephone calls are being Three homicide cases are on Jackson Mm Mart ". ... 51,' dividend payer. It has put together or put readers in touch
serve as an alternate on the association plans a speedup Collection received by Mon. made to workers and organlta the docket for investigation durIng Lewis Bus Forms .....(... 171/\ however, what must be with brokers Investment advisers -

city Planning Board. Johnsonis In the development program day will be reported Tuesday at lions requesting completion of as the two-day session, accord Nationwide .-............ 14/ considered an exceptional record etc.
a retired oil company exe with two major items as their Morrison's. Cafeteria when the much work as possible in time ing to State Attorney Glen Darty. A, H. Robins ...-.-...-... 42>\ of growth In sales and profIts Even if I were willing fo dot

-.cutive.------_goaL___ '__ __. Fund will hold the third of ItsILOOKI for Tuesday's report. They are first degree murder Taylor Inst .........,..... 49'/' over the past 10 years or so (I'm not), my editors would
l ---- II Kent also reported that the charges against Charles Brown, ,T. V. Elec Fund ... ...... NA But the company has had a never allow It. It simply would

Campaign Advisory Committee, Leon Gordon and Willie Alexan- Trans Gas Pipe Line ..... 21% policy of paying out only a not be right.

a group of past and present der Simpson, all Negroes Travelers ................. 189 small part of Its profits as divi A number of letters such as

I volunteer leaders (Including all Brown, year-old Lake Wales United Ilium ...,......... 38% dends. It has stayed with its yours came In all with pretty
.I members of the Fund's Execu man, is accused In the filial Universal Foods .,....... .34 established policy of "plowing much the same tone. They all
live committee, will meet tomor: stabbing Jan. 11 of Dana Gilbert 'Walters Jim .....,.,.,,., 30'/'! back" most of Its profits Into indicate hopes of making moneyin
':row morning to review the Carlton, an aged Lakeland he business for expansion. This a hurry. No broker can

I situation. salesman. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE has paid off In bigger sales and'guarantee[ that for you. Just
I The Fund drive was launchedon Gordon, 27, of Winter Haven, I higher profits for Polaroid. 'I trying to do it can be mighty
February 15 with a parade was arrested Feb. 17 and charged Air Reduction 5534 55% All this has attracted a great dangerous.
BIGGER DISCOUNTS through downtown Lakeland of in the death of James Deer. Aldens 30'4 30\4\ deal of buying and frankly,I Choosing a broker Is much

about 2500 people, most of them worth another Winter Haven Allegheny Ludlum 41% 41 14! speculation In the stock sendIng -the same as choosing a family
the 17
BETTER QUALITYTHRIFTY representing community. Negro. Allied Chem 541' 54 the market price sky-high,:doctor. I know of no sure way
service agencies that receive 62 of Sarasota, I
Simpson: 1 Allied Stores 59.)1) 5911 compared to where It was some of selecting either one.
support through the Fund. accused of the fatal shooting o
CITY offers another Top-Grade merchandiseline Jack McKinley, Lakeland Negro, Am Bosch 14 NS

Rosemary, a perennial evergreen alter the two had an argument Am Cyanamid 62 62118, Latest 11 a.m.I Latest 11 am
Am Home Prd 64'Vs 64%
shrub belongs to the Feb. 2. Simpson currently is free Close Price Close Price

I mint family 'under $10,000_bond._ ._ Am Hospital 23% 231,4Am Great A & P Tea 35 15 R.C. Cola 51\.4\ NS
Mach 17'V
TOP QUALITY NAME BRANDMEN'S u u Frdy l7'Va Greyhound 53% 51% Safeway Stores 56% 56'13
Am Metal Prd 18" 18%
Scott Paper 37Ya 371
Grumman 43% 43
James Musso AnnouncesFor Am Motor 1614 16% IBM 558 560 Seaboard Air R 4fi% 46%
SHORTS Am Rca Dev 243k 240/
Sears I06Va 106'.1'
$179 Tnt Harvester 65% 65%
Am Seating 371,4 36'VAm IMC > Shattuck 14 NS
8 NS
100% Cotto-Sonfrized-ElostiC Waist Band 3 for County CommissionJames Tobacco 28% 28'V Int Mm & Chem 68%/4 68% Sinclair Oil 4534 451/i
Am Tel Tel 140'VAmpeK
Compare at 2,19MEN'S 141113 Int Paper 31% 31'% Socony 7134 71.4S.C. \
J. Musso Winter Ha. Boys' Club of Lakeland, later 1514 NS
Int Tel & Tel 53% 53% Elec Ia Gas NS NS
ven businessman, announced receiving the Junior Chamber Aria Pub Ser 33 33 Southern 54 54''
Jones & Laughlin 71" 70% %
today that he will be I candidate of Commerce's distinguished Armco Steel NS 741f
Kelsey Hayes 39% 3V/4! Sperry Rand 18:% IfI%
BRIEFS from district three for service award for his servicesto Atcha top 28% 28113At
$179] the board of commissioners the community He also received Renn 541% 5414 Kimberly Clark 61% 61r. Spiegel 3234 W4
Std Oil Cal 61 60(
3 for Kerr.McGee 36% 36% % %
award from
of Polk County In the Democratic a national Auto Can 130NS
Shrink Controlled
100! Cotton Elastic- Korvette 34% 34j Std Oil Ind. 64 64
primary election In May. the Boys Club of America for Avco 23% 2314
Lear J4tNO> Std Oil N..J. 82 82%
Musso, who lives at 199 Deer his activities in behalf of Beneficial 57'V NS -Siegler
Llggette & 75' 75 Sunray Oil 31 :SR'sTenn
Myers % %
Lake Dr., will seek the post young men. Beth Steel 34'3514
presently held by Lea Dun. Mama! Is a past president of Blaw-Knox 29'30I\/ Litton Inds 66% 66y' Gas & Trans 20'4 2ttj.4

MEN'S T-SHIRTS $179 son, also of Winter Haven the Ridge League of Municipalities Borg-Warner 46 45% Lone Star Gas 22'22% Texaco 7414 74%
Loral Elec 8 8 Texas Gulf Sui 22122%
In his announcement, Musso serving actively In Brunswick 10 10%
100% Combed] Coetoc-33 % Nylon Reinforced, 3 for said that he will run on a plat. the county wide organization Burlington 461,4 45,% P. Lorrlllard 43 42% Tidewater m, 21 35
Controlled form of "progress for Polk during his years on the commission Burroughs 24\.4\ 23% Madison Fd 19% 19% Tractor Sup r.
Collarette-Shrink NS 38\\
Union Bag %
Magnavox 39 38'V
with efficiency in the county In Lakeland. Cat Tractor 55% 55\4\
government" He Is a charter member of Celanese II 61% Marquardt 1114 11% Union Oil 78'13 m"
of Lake- Martin Marietta 19'/a' NS Union Pac 40% 40v.
Active In Lakeland the Exchange Club Chemetron 26 26ChI's
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS "My business Interests are land, and a past president of Ohio 69% McCrory 12% 12% Union Tank 3634 36%
$179| county-wide" Musso slid I the Junior Chamber of Com Chrysler 6qlj,. 45i3Cm McKesson 43'i'\ NS United Fin 2634 263.

100% Combed Cotton-Knit To Fir 3 for "and so, too, are my interestsIn merce In that city He has Gas Elec 2514 25'12 Merck 1191/4\ 1191,4Mm United. lode Fruit 201.4 20U.S. %
9" 94
government If elected by served as a director of the Cities Ser 653 6314\ Hnwl 127 127'4
Shrink Controlled the people of Polk County, I Polk County Blood Bank, and Coca Cola 120% : MMM 67% 67'' U.S. Rubber 5353\
will devote my full-time to also as a director of the Colgate Pal 43 120v.1. Montg Ward 36% 36% U.S. Steel 561.4 Sby'

I EVERY DAY DISCOUNT PRICES I : serving as a member of the Greater Lakeland Chamber of Collins Rad 20\\ Nat Biscuit 59% 59% UpJohn 551.4 55
county board." Commerce. He is a member of Columbia Gas 211'7.' 20lIJI, Nat Can 10 i; 16% Vendo 161.4 NS

Musso was active In Lake the Elks, and a past governor Com Credit 397. 3D1 l Nat Dairy 68'69 Warfter-Lambert 26.7/i. 284
land civic and municipal government of the Moose Lodge. Con Edison 8414 84 I Nat Fuel 33 33 W. Air Brake 2214 32\1'\
GLEEM TOOTH PASTE affairs for Nat Gypsen 47 47 :Westinghouse 351% 351/a
Of A Sellout! 55" Con Fotala 47" 47'" Winn Dixie 30Va NS
Repeat years before he moved his Nat Tea 1VNS
Extra 467
Consumer Pwr 46% % 1
I home to Winter Haven Nia.Mohawk Woolworth 73Vs 74
earlylast 51% 51 .
6-5-5 ALL PURPOSE ROLL-ON Cost Can 43% 4Jlh Xerox 80
8U\.4\ %
55GILLETTE year Okla Gas & Elec M'/j' 28'/4'\ 1:
Cant Oil 62 62'12
LAWN FERTILIZER DEODORANT He served nine years on the Ctrl Data 8814 87/" "'Outboard Marine 16% 16% (Zenith Rid 79% 80%
Jccldental Petro
FOAMY Lakeland city commission, and Pac Gas & Elec 31'/4'\ 31'/ 21t
63" Corn Prds 131,4 631,4
SHAVING CREAM twice was elected, In 1952 1 Pan Am Sulphur 26''% 26%
Crown Cork 29% 2Q'h
5 0 lb. 8 7 BRYL CREAM and 1958 as mayor of the Curtisl-Wright 18% 18% Parke Davis 33"\ Lakeland Negro
bag 39" municipality. In his Lakeland
Medium Size Den&Ri0RR 21 NS Penney, J C. 41% 33NS".
public service, he spearheadedthe Bullet
". De Solo Chem 21Ya 21'VI''Pepsi Cola 50% Hit By
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Dr 52% 52'/ 'Pfizer 49% 49%
sewer expansion program 'In Back YardPolice
IIJMES Dresser Inds 26% 261,4Do Phila Elec 32% 32%
and he also is credited with
Pont 262Y. 262,. Phillip Morris 731NS
playing a leading role In the I Phillips Pet 48" 48% this morning were investigating
( Eastman Kodac 127\.4\ 12H" -
building of Lakeland's $3 million -
ILpS'lmo Ii general hospital. He was : Gamble Skllmo 32% 3W. :Phelphs Dodge 65:r 65% the mysterious shooting

lIS"G"n also a proponent of Lakeland's GII Pac 57'VI 55\.4\ :Piper Air 4'i' >ii NS of a Negro man yesterday

one-way street system and the : Gen Elec 87\.4\ 86% I ICon Pit Plate Glass 62% 62% afternoon as he was playing
Foods 90113 90 I ICen Proctor Gamble 81% 82 with a small girl in his backyard
million dollar relocation of the
,, Mtrckfriiu if Di'ictMf Price? Atlantic Coast Line Railroad's Inst 12% NS I Pub Srv Elec & Gas 78 78 at 111 W. Emma St.

j LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN downtown facilities in that Gen Motors 811' 81'V I Pure Oil 43 431% Roy Davis reported he was In
municipality. Con Tel Elec 32% 3214 I ICon Raybestos Man 43'/J NS the yard with the small girl
1102 I. M....rUI .''v". >H. M MU 4-5115 6th ,, A.t. K, NW. Pk.M CY 1-4129 I Founded Boys' Club Time 1W5 m 1 Rep Steel 42% 42\.4\ Iwughl he heard what sounded
MON .THUM. fli. -* to MON. .THUM. PSI.! ., to The candidate has been a 'Gen Tire 24 24% I R.J, Reynolds 39% 39% like a gun shot and felt what
TUK WID 5.\T. TO C TUIS. WID. SAT t TO ( resident of Polk County since ,Gillette 344 351,411 Reynolds Met 39 39 he thought was a bee sting In t

1934. la 1939, he founded the J. MUSSO W. R. Grace 50% 6O% I Rhod Sel Trust I% 6% his left leg. ,


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LIQUORS [Chiari In Storm's Eye Of Panama Nationalism

I By ROBERT BERRELLEZ the Jan 9-11 violence near the break off diplomatic relation sent In-under term of a constitutional In the presidency He has remained -
r t.. ar 9. lrr 'r - |Ia r w ate w ] PANAMA (AP-In R second. Canal Zone border. with the United State at the amendment later aloof publicly from the
WIT COUPON ONLY WITH COUPON ONLY WITH COUPON ONLY floor wite of Panama'i pretl Demand New presidential -political campaign leading to
Treaty height of the disturbance abrogated supervise
ANCIENT election In
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dential palace ilu Roberto F Out of this episode hal been I Other hold that Chlarl'i and elections which were
I AGE II RESERVE I I CANADIAN I Churl, 59, wealthy sugar baron, fashioned an unyielding official 1 I the government' positions were threatened with violence.. BUT NO COYOTES
*3 fULL fULL fULL demand that the United State The S foot.10, 145-pourtd! preil
.69 $3 39 $A 99 cattleman and 32nd man to hold : so grave he had to do something .
I UM a, a/7/u need thre .... I I UMt : t/7/N._ .FIFTH,, M I I LUll : ..*, MW FIFTH Sal I the office of president In the 60 Panama negotiate I II a to new restore canal diplomatic treaty If dramatic to item a tide of emo- the dent three puts.In tory a 12, unpretentious hour day In annual coyote hunt in whlcji) '25
l iw---to.7 d.----77N6ll.u.t.aare year this little country has relations tion which might have toppledthe looking palace He likes emi- members of the Northeast/Col.
been a republic. Almost all Panamanian teem government classical music and Is an avid orado Fish and Game Club took
FULL LINE OF WHISKEY, WINE, fr Churl li the itorm't eye convinced the 1903 treaty rash Those close to the president sport fan In the big league part wasn't entirely a failure.
CORDIALS, MIXERS, COLD BEER I FREE CUPS I around whom Panama's difference loned by President Theodore like to point to his family's he like the San Francisco. Three horned owls were
ICE with the United State Roosevelt deprive this countryof background and tradition of''Giants Asked about the Yankees bagged
have been iwirling rights In the U.S.controiledCanal "standing up to the Yankee he smiled and replied "I
Like almost all responsible Zone and I II also responsible -as a clue to a possible factor In am a nationalist."' Bedrock In Antarctica'' Vic
1633 W. MEMORIAL BLVD.OPEN Panamanians, he hal been engulfed for other Injustice his decisions His father Rodol Chiari had a good training for toria Land lies generally 1,000
In an unprecedentedwave Some of Chiari' critics doubt fo, the sixth Panamanian president the presidency He once was an. feet below sea level and it covered
I 'TIL MIDNITE FREE PARKING of nationalistic wrath over'that by himself he would have threatened to resign In ,aide de camp to his father. by ice averaging 10,000 feet

-------c o= == __________the killing- _of_23 Panamanian In reached the sudden decision to 1928 If American troops were Chiari cannot succeed himself thick.



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Wrinkles Behind: When You i Go To World's Fair

BROWER this category Include the airy ref ptItd to matronly fashIon pockets and straight, slim selection the would be disappointed

Staff Writer new whipped cream Dacrons, have been adopted by skirts. if all her New York:

fashion's lead Arnel Jerseys, seersuckers Junior and young m laws' designer On the feminine side, there stay proved sunny. The low-
and Dacron
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in a festive These are particularly cool *. Arnel Jersey was were fluttery crepe blouses belted look promoted by Paris

your wrinkles and summery looking In shown In a smart overbtouse with floppy bows or softly was seen in some of the all-
tied ascots at the throat and
.IP strips and slim skirt ensemble and weather coats Ideal for the
long graceful sleeves Even
ensembles Color Combos Surprising In a sophisticated black and traveler.
dominated, Color combinations assure white striped shift dress with sportswear had fallen under "You'll need hats In New

'. Fairest Fash- the wearer of not being Just turtle neck and long sleeves. the skirt feminine Influence. Slim York City," was the adviceof
yesterday after another face In the crowds Accented with black accessories and blouse ensembles Maas fashion coordinator

Brothers. Mod that will visit the fair. Black this Jersey shift was were completed by matching Carlotta High, who did the
sweaters (ideal for those air-
suitable for was accented with brightestKelly definitely elevated out of the commentary for the show.
and metro- green navy with lilac merely packable into the conditioned buildings at the Millinery for taking to the
and In the detailed
York during the beige with red and the effect fashionable category. fair ranged from tiny pack-
season, April to was citified and smart. Unexpected Two Looks For Fair with floral embroidery and able berets to big.brimmed

but endorsed by fash- Two looks emerged the appliques straws. "Take along at least
who travels Ion for spring and summer softly feminine look absent It May Rain one spectacular hat, even If

to pack drip- was the combination of navy from the fashion scene for the World's Fair visitor YOU can't put it in a suitcase,"
separates that with touches of beige and tan. several seasons and the military was reminded to take along was Mrs. High's advice.

rvTO Fabrics in Jerseys which once wer look achieved with double rain togs. With the good.lookIng Profile, hats are particularly
t breasted effects, flap 1 rain wear offered for her good this spring, she added.


Tops At Bridge II -

East-West: -Dr. and Mrs I

winners' of E F. Jukes first; tie for sec BWJ MW. .

state.'I'T Duplicate Bridge ond Mrs. Ted Flanigan and

RECEIVE CURVED BAR These members" of Girl' Scout Troop 251 announced as Mrs. Annie Ritter, Mr. and

Curved. Bar highest award in Girl Scouting, at a court of awards tomorrow at : : J. D. Nicholls Mrs Giles larkin.

I Southwest Junior High School. They are, from left, front row: Ellen Daughtrey Witeck first; Section "B" winners are: lVIagna'Vo.x.:

Allen; back row, Carolyn Wetterhall Beverly Moore Ann Gay Jean Stewart Trohn and Dave NorthSouthDoug: Hall and

6 Ross. Candidates for Curved Bar not present for the photo are Deanie ; Mrs. Doug Alex Steinberg, first; Mr. and
O. Feaster Jr Mrs. Crlesheimer, second;
Schroter. (Ledger photo by Perkins) ?
Mr. and
; Duane Surgeon William Dancy,

W. Thompson third.East-West: Mrs Witeck and r I swopowl.

Troop 251 Girl : Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jim Nicholls, first; Mrs
first; Mrs. Perry Blakemore and Mrs

I I. Wakely, sec. George Hadaway, second; Mr I I I ..N
; and Mr. and Mrs Elmer Hanna, third

; Stan Sapp and MOTHERS' CLUB

Plan fourth. BRIDGE TOURNEYMrs.
Court Of/ TY 05d APVUANCES
John Fenn. James scored Doyle the and highest Mn I ,.OR A LIMITED TIME

the Bartow Dup- number of points for the prize

Nine girls will receive the the court of awards will be Holly Sue Club Ire: of the month at the St VALUE PACKED PERSONAL Y
Curved Bar, highest award in Trudy Bronson. Carolyn Wet naud, Eileen position, Mrs. Joseph's Mothers' Club Bridge I i
Girl Scouting, when Troop 251 terhall is general chairmanof Gandee Ann and John Taylor, Tournament HOW I" III ... In. p10tYr., ..krillInd '
holds its court of awards tomorrow the event. Leaders of Troop ; Taylor and Doug Team standings are as fol. stablllly_... /roM dla, j
nie Norris 9800 toot .LUon.' wlll .mew so.coderlull .
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a west Junior High School. Mm.. Thelma Abel, assisted Bonnie R. B. Craney, Miss Helen Ballenger and u" ..... C..pl. .ILb '

They are Deame Thomas, b y Miss Nancy Stagman, Zottu, Debbie' Mrs. C. Logan first; Mrs. D 101.oo'hI The Ouburb5nlb' dl'lIOl.Mosel.nloDna l-MVtN '/
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. senior scout Campbell, Mary : Mrs Ann Weld Ball and Mrs J. O'Reilly,
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al Mr> "1U Palll. SIB tANNIt Some have matching umbrellas. OPEN 9 TilL 9 FREE PARKING Anywh.r.
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It LAKELAND_ LEDGER. Thursday, March I, It"


Diane Roberts Bride

I Wedding AreAnnounced .; .5 5a ,

Of William E. KeenBRANDON t

: .;
Mist Juanlta gown of white silk bombazine 54bt
Diane Roberts, daughter of and Chantilly lace, fashioned LAKE WALES Mr and S t
Mn. James
V Rhoden have
Mrs Juanlta Whitley, (19 N. with a fitted lace bodice. The announced the approaching

Stella, Lakeland, became the Sabrina neckline was enhanced marriage of their daughter,
bride of William E. Keen, with sequins and seed Ann Jeanette to A,3.C. Timothy JI IA I'i
Sunday afternoon at the home pearls The floor-length skirt Ray Johnson, ton of Mr. i
and Mri. William V. Johmon
here of the bridegroom's of silk bombazine, with a lace
Miss Rhoden, a native of 1I
brother, Howard Keen, 665 panel In front, had lace tiers Lake Wales, It a senior at
Elaine Drive. The bride In back which flowed into a Lake Wales High School. She I

groom Is the son of the late chapel train. Her veil of Illusion I I. a member of Future Homemakers -

Mr. and Mn W. E. Keen. was held by a crown of of America and the
Latin Club.Airman .
Mist Carol Appleton of seed pearls. t Johnson It ttttloned :

Lakeland presented mutlc Miss Pat House was the at Greenville Air Force Base, _
John A Whitley of Lake- bride's only attendant. She ,4rs Greenville, Mils He la a 1963 r/ b l

land gave hit sister In marriage wore a blue gown and carried graduate of Lake Wales High
School, where he was a member
She wore a formal carnations. LeRoy
pink Jimmy g
of the Key Club and the
..-* ?-* of Lakeland was best Latin Club.
---- -
I man. The wedding will take place I IY Irw \
A reception followed at March 14 at 4 p.m. at First ,
HARRY Howard Keen's home The Baptist Church 1
newlyweds are living on Lake 9 t 1L
I' ;
I Gibson, Lakeland. He Is employed '
by the General Tele Nina \ '
I Company. Doney Danieli, daughter of
phone > Col. and I
+ t te.x Mn. Leonard P. Dan .
JACQUILINE leIs of Columbia, S. C., and .rI
Frank Gordon Haas, son of I '
FINESSAPARIS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peter ,
Haas of Lake ,.
Wales, were '\',
FASHION Vr) married Feb. 22 In Beaufort,
1 S.C., where the bridegroom is
i serving on the staff of the
MRS. WILLIAM E. KEEN The ceremony was performed 1i I
IN by the Rev. Derman A. i
amiAN Sox at St. John's Lutheran BROWN FAMILY GATHERS- Joseph A. Brown, M, third from left, was honored at a \
HERE AT eOLOItI" Church. reunion of the Brown family at city park. He is pictured with his aon-in-law, daughter and
YOURFAVORITE Please Call For Your Photos Miss Martha Schumpert was sons, from left. Earl Tlllman and Mrs. Tillman, the former Miss Brown, who were marking
"... HUH .l the bride's only attendant. their 29th wedding anniversary at the reunion, Mr. Brown J. H. Brown, J. R. Brown and
souTNOATIsaoP.INe Wayne Bailey of Beaufort
I Engagement and wedding pictures published In served as best man. Ushers Ralph Brown.Lakeland.

CINTtM the LEDGER should be called for within 10 days were Harold Kirkland and
STORE Mu I.IMI I after publication.The John Calore, also of Beaufort Churc I Final Plans Jill MorehouseIs
The couple It residing in
THE EMPIRE LEDGER cannot be responsible for pictures Beaufort where the bride Is a Receives Award For MarriecTo
ALL APPROVED CREDIT I' uncalled for after the 10-day! period. teacher at Laurel Bay School. New York
I CARDS HONORED The bridegroom it a graduate At Conference Man

... ....m_ __ of Lake Wales High School The Rev. Harold Burkey was Tea SlatedFinal Mr. and Mrs. David W.
--- -- -- ---- and attended St. Leo College elected district chairman and
/ in Dade City.Religious acting superintendent of the Morehouse, 802 Park Hill Ave.,
plans for the Citrus
have announced the marriageof
Southeastern district the
IF YOU CAN WEAR THE GLASS SLIPPER. i Evangelical Free Church of Tea will be made at the Coordinating their daughter, Jill Virginia .
Groups'Meeting America at its sixth annual Council of Women's to Socrates George Le-
I district conference held at the Organizations meeting tomor- cakes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Calendar Free Church In Englewood.The George Lecakes, Astoria,
row at 7:4S p m. at the Elks N. Y.The.
First Evangelical Free
YOU MAY BE EMPIRE'S T00eV Church in Lakeland won the Lodge hospitality room. The couple exchanged marriage .
I NI,pies.f "7'10 CMIIISTlAN em. "olr roh..,. "Best Sunday School of the tea Is sponsored by the count vows on Feb. 21 at
Y W"TM'.nl' I.....n..I... ". Year" award. cil under the auspices of the Church of the Transfiguration
TeuW .hair t
sill a. a 910
I O m, at..NIUMM eAu15Is 'r .rmaleacl. Delegates from the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce. "T h e Little Church
m 4 from 7 I pm I cane.aU.CNRcIhoT "
around Corner In
the New
ir u s.ar..i at 710 church who attended were Mr.
LI/T/tRAN. Err lio.ut:: and Mrs. N. A. Morse, Miss Miss Josephs Ratliff, past York City. The Rev. Earl L.
.0000_ 1)0 .
'" <*U a5 S" council is
Cinderella $R AND yew .u. Jeannette Peterson Robert president general Conner performed the cere
chairman of the
PIt,. Holder and the Rev. Mr. and event. mony.
"'''ST *"* *"*". snot. naWMTMINITm Mrs. Burkey. Local residents have been Doris and DaMn Morehouse,
709 mn/.1 q >:IflYTIr|':N. Invited by member organizations cousins of the bride, attendedthe
WIN A WARDROBEOF 3oom Ie communicant 410; ...clui it MiunUoul notti from COAT DRESS IS BACK of the council to attend couple.
bu11AIn.| and participate in the contest. Mr. and Mrs. Lecakei are
CM.IIT LUTMIHAM Lratn wr The coat dress Is again I
to.m.mmtarr a. 130 P,..;,.*k Norm Ukllud fashion fovorite. This season its Invitations have been Issuedto living at 20-38( 27th St., Astoria. .
done in wool flat fur suede and winter visitors at the Tour. She is a 1962 graduateof
I ''.rr TtfTJI; "
4 DRESSES! : ,: : pn :
.MmmuultY velvetSALE 1st Club to attend and participate Lakeland High School and
.' room. _{OUlh.a4_
in the citrus recipe and attended Boston University
citrus hat contests, Miss Rat. and Lakeland Business Insti
lift announced.Mrs. tute. She Is employed at the
Pre-Easter Charles C. Cook, presI- New York agency of U-Drive
dent, will preside at the meet systems. Mr. Lecakes Is a
Yes, it's just like the fairy tale If the shoe\ fits, OFPERMANENT- ing. Mrs. Lula Belle Hicker- 1963 graduate of College ot
a son, program chairman, will the City of New York and is
introduce Miss Ruth Boswell, associated in business with his
your name will be put In with the others who con who will lecture on "India father.


wear it. On. name will be drawn and that lucky girl e- '
I Irieri
r Drastically Reduced PricesWilliAM'S News Of Our Youngest

will win 4 dresses. Even If the shoe doesn't fit, you -
LAKELAND GENERAL 1728 Petenbu-;", daughter

may register for a free dress plus theatre posses, ,, t saz yL FLOWERS HOSPITAL Mr., March and Mrs.2. C. B. McCabe, I
J. Crenfell
= Mr. and Mrs. ,
San Antonio, IOn. March 2.
bowling tickets and other prizes.T Y 6-1641 1430 E. Math son. March 2.
1043 S. Florida Day Or Evening MU Mr. and Mrs. William S.
I. Dr. and Mrs. Louis R. CuerGhhivsuL I, Wilscher.. Fort Meade. daueh--

,:r:r t ter Mr., March and Mrs.2. C. B. Walden,
: (j;: :

I! :.::': ; biq CO.II OJL t $34 Mr.Savannah and Mrs., son H., March L. Smith 2. ,

S: ; Plant City, IOn. March 3.

TRY ON THE Spring's sprightliest In lovely! leathers I j Mr. and Mrs H. A. Stone

GLASS SLIPPER ,Ii pretty pastels patents and fabrics : 821 Waneta, son, March 3.
; Mr. and Mrs James W. Bryant
la shoes for
I. dance-time
) I ,; 1: 110514 S. King, son,March
1 f FRIDAY 3-9 P.M.SATURDAY !;i iI dinner-time and sports styles. We have

1 r < It I::: all Famous Brands in sizes[ 3f! to 11; 3.Mr.. and Mn. J. Paul John

widths AAAA to( C. I' son Seffner, son, March 3.

9:30A.M.-S:30PM. i ii
J kr ( i Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R.

.i = Ward 2432 Dairy Lane, daughter
; LIVE Sizes 3.6x 7.98 !! tiCS March 3.
i Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Ware
; RADIO BROADCAST 7.14 8.98 ,i MJ Norfolk Circle I son,

y i From Our 3rd FLOOR I is t tt ALLFAl1tOUS J 3.WINTER

: "

f Over WONM i At Savings of

I !:= HAVEN Mrs. Cecil -
!2 Young of Cleveland is the
Any Girl, Ages = house guest of her brother

3-6x 5.98 4.14 1 Is eligible, j / 2 law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
I 350/0 70% t
'" !I 7.141.98 nothing to buy a1b5)) :. to i came George to Ryder.Winter Mrs.Haven Young from

: a Caribbean Cruise on the
2 Ariadne.Mr. .

I j: and Mrs. Tom Costello
and family have as their house
) See Polk County's Finest Selection j ,Z guest Charles "Red" Russell
2 ? of Washington, D.C. Mr. Russell
; Of Easter Dresses t j jj 11 is director of Small Craft
for the American 'Red Cross
i : Fetor it Ute rw. M.RT .then we ii n.. i
forToddlen and will remain In the area
j, o Minis mea t.R for several days.
1.3 x : Levi cad Tey'erFvecM Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wyatt
Girls 3-6x & 7.14
j Pre Teens 6.14 PRETEEN 'j: ti plan to spend this month In
SIZES 6-12 Winter Haven for their winter
Prices from 3.98 to 17.98 I; Cetfemcreff t holiday The couple is from
11.98 : S Gemini f Philadelphia.
I DRESSES BY CINDERELLA, NANETTE !i ) Feel fefrrieersffe, I Mrs. Howard T. Shelly Is

: VOILA, CARl CLASSIC, MELISSA : e leaving this week for bet
MAC SHORE, SEMI-TEEN, i j i home in Manchester Iowa,
K Mt Fiffft 4vm following a visit with her mother -
TEDDA TOGS a :: e S,..,., lktfpseee Mrs. Harold Dunham, and
a- =: other relatives In the area.
New residents to Winter Haven
TAKE THE ELEVATOR TO THE : e 1..II.1t Walkers/ are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel

1 THIRD FLOOR i;. 1EEl its E.Indianapolis.Jessup who formerly livedin


t ; housewife can get a mental -
'II sis lift from a quick comb of
++ ) P Z Ii the hair and a touch of lip.

3 floors of fashion; :: stick. Always take a few minutes
fAMOUS BRAND ;. during the day to re-
S'In? --- s..... III.fr.td: F.N.I. 130 S. KENTUCKY AVL ,..I.M.i_! groom You will feel better
t Hush Of lIIt4i., .heel and your family will appre-
211 last Main/ Lakeland i white. pen..r 12.fS Other fi/fi Shires /la Cberwefer sue S,. referitvri i ciate a clean, neat appearance

2 i even if they don say
: JIII 1 ] :' 1 1 :1 1 1:11 II 1 II III ao. .

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LEDGER Thursday March 1. ISM "I

Mothering Sunday Will Be : NOW

Observed By Episcopalians 8P uu?, o s

Following an ancient Eng 8 a.m.; a second choral celebration a rose color for the yes the prettiest shoes
I It. Church tradition for the of the Eucharist at menu, hangings and veill I 3 floors of fashion/
jjrth Sunday in Lent, ROM 8:15: a.m.; a choral service of used in the services, the mk Lakeland
211 East
i nday member of the Epls- Morning Prayer at 11 a.m.; Lent Sunday being a time for I of these doors
} pat Church will observe the and a Solemn Evensong service taking up any slack in one'. come out
lent Mothering Sunday cue at 1:30 p.m. Lenten rule and making new
ni on Sunday by visiting At the latter service, visitors start for the last weeks of I
,,1, "mother church" of theca from Winter Haven will Lent yet to come. I
; or community at tome be in attendance as special Coffee
'; vice of the day. guests of the All Saints' Epis
In Lakeland, the original or copal young churchmen. The Visitors attending the 11:15:
other Church" of the Angli morning services are expect. or 11 o'clock service are I In. ,
) f an tradition I la All Saints', ed to attract visitors of the vited to a social coffee hour
; nded by a group of Eng Episcopal faith who make after the services; visitors at
Ishmen who settled near Lake their pilgrimage to the S o'clock or at the 6:30 ever '
arker in the community Mother Church of All Saints' song may visit with one ai
hen known as Acton, before from other areas of the community other after the services

e city of Lakeland was Including greater "All Saints' Church extend r FREE
[established Lakeland a very special welcome to GRAND OPENING 7 ) ,
Services ROM Sunday Episcopalians of the area to
Services of the day to which The other name for Mothering make this homecoming tim SHOE
{Episcopalians are expected to Sunday Rose Sunday, Is of Mothering Sunday a great SPECIAL -
make their Mothering Sunday given because during this occasion in renewing of fait
visitation include a celebration mid-lent break, the somber and rule at this mid-Lent, and Wardrobe!
of the Holy Eucharist at color of violet Is softened to Is looking forward to seem,
old friends again and to makIng &x:1 \c [

'hat's Doing AtUniversity new ones as well." the You moy win 3
rector, the Rev Clifton White,
stated r-w pairs of shoes. A

Of South Florida ] pair of dress

shoes, casuals,
By CELIA WILLIS Three grants to USF totaling and flats.
Campus Correspondent more than $55,000 have been -
I TAMPA-You can always reported to the State Board of i Receive a free pair of our $4.00
count on the University of "Control. Thirty projects are White Tennis Shoes with every SEE
South Florida University Center currently under way on the Connie; or Jacqueline purchase" /
committees to provide the campus with outside support DETAILSBELOW
best of activities for the student Included in recent gifts to Jewelry Dept. Specials Now Thru March Mfh )

body. USF are a large amount of L..A.IV' aBadat ,
There Is never television equipment and art Aac..tt ,
a week that works valued at $42,000, medical .

something big equipment and storage .... .... fNM ,lie ......,
isn't going on cases for the USF Herbarium. .....tI.. ,. he _Ih, .., Lr
Just to keep| and ...... of f...... 11,1 ,._
.. .. .
1 Teams .tI. of '
star wins.an.
Top our
things rolling, ; .... a..ww a...'... .._
i Basketball enters Its final s.ISM ..,_ and .....
they have tr-f' a B thtr f....... watch*,
ranged for', ,, ? week with the eight top teams I
Count scheduled for tournament play H- IAMON
> and his orchestra ea yesterday and today. Five
to btu teams have already qualified LADIES' GRUEN (ft

'two concerts on for the tournament by .Ifto.n.-- _.. _....- .-.
next CELIA placing either first or secondin .10.00.. SJWSL SfdotL
campus lm.J2 1l1L bjdnqA
month. The concerts will be their division Those teams 491.1 'el'' J/JOJL
the All Stars, PE Majors
held March 23 at 4 and I:30 are i ..
p.m. In the Teaching Audito Talon Alpha III W. and Cra- t-Dlwrairi Mto' ...f
... ...
rium Theater. A limited number tos W.lt. ftr ,
of general public tickets Two members of the Debating H.IbrNn..N. I.
will be available at $2 begin- Society of Ireland and representing war .. r.... 2597
ing March 16.USF the University of =..:w w.ta.a .
Dublin engaged In a ...'.. NM r vaunt BRANDSThe
parliamentary SHOE
a production of "Man .. w.N.Men's. FAMED
With the Oboe" Is slated debate with USF
March 11-18 and 20 In the TA debaters recently in the or Ladles'
in conjunction with the South UC ballroom. The subject was 17Jewel.
east Theater Conference meeting the evil and menace of the
In Tampa that week. The power of the modern press DISCO WATCHESM..rN.N..h..r..e
original play written by University The Senior Accounting Club

of Illinois playwright held a barbeque recently at 1..1..,._....dui,.,...In......MNMIM...M The new styles you've been looking for
Webster Smalley. concerns a the Florida Dairy on Highway ...... .... ,...... n,.1.wu .....
60, Students and business instructors ......... .111I ......... ......
man who, an
young and corrupt world, continuesto mingled in a day of MM MM. At Come in and see all the shoes by famed
fun filled with volleyball bin Compare 999
do what ii right with a simplicity
24.f S
and joy that is given go and an open-pit barbeque. Anywhere
only to taints and fools. Joining In the fun were Dan r
A team of Peace Corps representatives Lawrence and Glenda Gil- :r
was on campus breath of Lakeland. .
Students interestedin .
recently. Prepared Students ..
entering the Peace Corps
particularly juniors and seniors Noted poet and playwright
filled out questionnairesbefore Archibald MacLeish will be on Jacgtaeline ,
taking placement tests. campus tomorrow and Satur .. "
There was a coffee hour for day. His appearance is A ri ;
the Peace Corps team in the through the co-operation of White Lightning ;
UC ballroom during the free the Public Events committee. Patent
hour. Making a special trip to ap- White Potent
USF'i third annual Student pear at USF Mr. MacLeishwill
Personal Library Contest be guest reader and ,
sponsored by the University speaker at the Florida Poetry
Library and the bookstore Festival Recently Mr Mac

will be held March 26 The Leish accepted the positionof WALTHAM or HfLSROSMEN'S
In residence at Amherst -
purpose of the contest Is to encourage poet
students to build their College taking the WATCHES

own personal libraries place of Robert Frost. The W.tor_. llMtkrMt .
freshman English classes lumuniw
Mac.Leiah's m. MMt* .
have been studying
II* MMhlllt
Jesse Keen .. ., .w
"J. B" Acquainting "MI. kr--...
UM to aH
themselves with this modern Connie 10.99
School PTA day version of the Biblical Men's Autowlnd Gruen
White Ughtn'' Potent
Richard Sar-
Job Pat Nee,
Sets CarnivalA geant JM Williams, Suzanne Walthan KelbrosLadies' White Patent

Brlnson, Jay Johnson and .sl-la.u.'"':.t.w..I/ra':
spring carnival planned Chester Lewis are now a little _.w di.l..w.-, 966 New looks In shoes been for! Brands
tomorrow night by the Jesse Mad a.bhin. waiting you set nationally
better prepared to meet this ... Mrsw .
Keen Elementary School Par great author. .N.'M'In... 110.. advertised in Vogue, Glamour, Seventeen and Mademoiselle

ent-Teacher Association.5:30 o'clockon The Rush week Is over and final magazines ours exclusively! Everything as new as this
event will begin at : pledges have been made. Robert -
the school grounds at 111 Goddard is among the new season exciting looks, latest materials, luscious colors, new

Plateau Avenue. pledges of Enotas fraternity. WilHiam 's $; !1 heels in your size.. Come in today!
Games with p rises are May be and his brothers soon Helbros Gruen .. ,
planned for all ages Foods to>> rind a new sweetheart and finIsh If ..nM.r1. -. i- 0
be offered for sale include their lodge on Lake Mine- ...."_._?...n.MMM.tit. ,
hamburgers, hot dogs, homemade _".1.. _.._
3la In Odessa.Concert ..... -- 1.-
cakes, pies, cookies and asate.. .
candies, also candy apples Five students were guest 3975to 1700 e : ,
cold drinks and coffee. conductors at a concert given 45.00 ListTRANSISTOR a
The public Is invited. by the USF Band recentlyIn
the Argos Center. The INdents RADIO
Public: I Invited conducting are all seniors I

To Book ReviewThe In instrumental music edjcatlon. ::r.-.t:'. = 6 6 THIS IS HARRY Connie 10.99 a
Marie Negley of Lakeland '' j Platinum !ti j
public Is invited to a Ceremony for Connie 7.99
Mocko crocko
"The Winds" by Cacavas. TAPE RECORDER BROWNSTEIN r
review of the book.
of the World Honors go this week to Dr. New Buyer Manager gfy q,2 Frost Carnival
Great Saviours ...... MM-af J MMM .
Potent In .
Dr Parker better 'Wl + /
John Parker. "
the Theosophl- "* Aff.MM of M
by our new
sponsored .. Ud..1. It* Yellow, Pink, Wh t.,
cal Society of Lakeland. Sat- known on campus as a hu- tory :.. N/... | IRECORDING Shoe Salon 6
White Lightning,
urday at I p.m. in the Chamber nanities professor rather than
pianist Is a foremost Blue and In Black
of Commerce board room. a Jazz TAPE
According to a spokesmanfor authority on Jazz ragtime
the society the book Is swing and be.bop music In this ..MM* nflH for 100
based on the premise that country. He received his B.A. :..=. o I. 'r

there have been many saviours In music from Texas Christian
of the world who have comeat University and his M.A. and Ladles Pendants
where Ph.D. in English from Columbia S "
the time and place University. c........ .....*
they were needed mostAmerican aNnNw D," *
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Business Women'sAnnual p.-

I /i-And More-

Friendship Tea Set On-Diamonds

Lakeland Imperial chapterof ship Teas and enrollment parties .
planned to emphasize (I)
the American Business t
Women's Association will hold employer the improvement relationships of employe-; (2) Come in or mail registration No purchase ; '

its annual Hand of FriendshipTea the advancement of businesswomen necessary. All you do Is register

and enrollment event by serving business C, Now thru Sat, March 14th to win.
Sunday afternoon from 3 until more efficiently; and (3) the Jacqueline
S o'clock: at the home of Mrs. encouragement of businesswomen Drawing held In our Shoe Dept. March

Howard M. Rely, 1CS Edge- through education. 14th, at 5:30: PM. You need not be 14.99
water Beach Drive. Entertainment Is planned at Ct. of Diamonds White Uohtnirr
This Sunday or next, them the Lakeland chapter event present to win. Parent
chapters of ABWA. located which is under the direction of ,eh.1..1 iw .. eadN d..i e.r.,d Men'. a
Whit Summer Nude
throughout the United States, Mrs. Edward E Patrick ,,_- award 1s nail Parent
will entertain approximately chairman, Mrs. Harvey H ;
Alax iopw9iooAt Block Potent with
Miss Bradley
10.000 guests at teas like the Hickey Black mottt,
one planned by the Lakeland Mrs. O. B. Hannah Mrs Rob-

Twice each year the association Davis Miss Sue Barber and 1
holds Hand: of Friends Mrs. Edith Young.

LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday March 1. .114 I

Beatlemania Flourishing In Lakeland; SHOP FRIDAY AND, MONDAY 'TIL, 9 P.M., LAKELAND

I .

Teens' Dollars Go For Records, Wigs i J ;'1t,. .


Woman'i Staff Writer "
The ringing of cash registers \I/Ij (;
added to the yeah. yeah. .",
veah sounds of the Beatles ,1'4\V\ ; '
makes sweet music tor Lake
land merchants who declare
Beatlemania the biggest tner J 'i.
chandising gimmick since the I '1,
tales heyday of Davy Crock : __

ett When the mop haired British ( ."I...1 j.I" :..
foursome visited the United
States records sales reached V ir!
a crescendo all over the country Wrrr I OTHWE R9
and Lakeland was no exception I
Overnight shaggy _
Beatle wigs sweatshirts and L q'
shifts appeared in Lakeland q 1F' : '.' c\\
stores. : '
Girls Buy Most }

Teenagers, girls I t mainly, F' ., .
have bought hundreds of the ) 'ss ; ,
two Beatle albums selling in : ;i lit"' .
S J, 'f, #
I Lakeland at $ 98 each. The r1 J' wr
single records "I Wanna Hold free of care for every wear = 1 v.t '
Your Hand" and "I I Saw Her '.
Standing There" have sold so DuPont nylon jersey' : ,
fast that clerks hesitate to ','
estimate the volume of sales. Y Casualmaker r, ,7ZjTrov.l
All agreed that Beatle albums
ind single records are by far ', I 17.98
the top sellers in the record
world at the moment
One Lakeland departmentstore a I delight In on exclusive print. You'd g''
reported that t Beatle almost think It washes and packs Itself so
albums were selling very little trouble! No Ironing and a real gad about
very fast-400 in 10 days {- Yr
Delightful Universe print In blue or green; 1220 x
mostly to teen sgers and i
then their supply was exhausted 12Vi.22'/ .
as were the clerks.
Caught WithoutA Maas' Midtown Shop T '
Grove Park store caught rt
without a supply of Beatle
records reports that Its sales
force Is quietly frantic tryingto
cope with "countless re r4
quests" for this particular >
brand of music ,
A waitress at a teenage A
after.school hangout reports
that Beatle songs assault her t I ft ?
tired ears all day long. "There I hone 'JANE III'Ukflone y +
are four or five Beatle records MU 6-1161 x.
on our juke box she said, Or Meil This Coupon Tel I' gr.
"but they play mostly 'I .........-.....-.........-............ 'at ,vr t'

Wanna Hold Your Hand' and' A SHAGGY WIG fashioned In the hairstyle worn by the Beatles British foursome. Is j "JANE LEE" .r t, -1", dg ,c ? ""
'I Saw Her Standing There. MAAS BROTHERS '
Meanwhile grooves of non tried on by 16.year-old Larry Fairclolh of Plant City Larry chose to try a black wig. They I LAKELAND, FLORIDA a
Beatle records fill with dust are also available In auburn, brown, blonde platinum and gray. Beatle wigs and records are nj a
The music situation is reportedto big business in Lakeland at the moment (Ledger photo by Perkins) I NAME .Jr ;,

be much the same at Teen i ADDRESSS . . . . . .. .
where Beatle records I'
i CASH . . CHARGE, . . _
may be played for free but do not approach the success vaded America for television the salesman of Beatlemania 4
Wig Sales Good of the records. A South. appearances. items In a downtown chain I If rurel eddreii please >. delivery 'III. ;yVjt\ 1 'ts'. l
Stores stocking Beatle wigs gate store reports the sale of A downtown store estimateswig store. He offers the wigs in irructionl ,1'
report that sales of the outlandish about 72 wigs and 323 albums sales at about 100 auburn black brown blonde I'' Pleas. send me the following merchondls. 4 L t r -
hairpieces are good, since the British foursome In. Most of the wigs are pure and platinum. Add 3% state sales tax. 4

chased by teenage boys. Sure Newest Beatlemania Item Is I j Please tend m. . Cosuolmokers
pnslngly many are sold to the Beatie magazine. It is undoubtedly
I Waverly/ Social News elderly women who carefully the quietest, least 1798. total, . . ..

comb the tangled locks just objectionable of all the fad I I Size . ., 1st color choice, . .., \f s ea r9
-- -- so, trim them a bit and wear merchandise and for this reason
WAVERLY-Mr. and Mrs. He is a nephew of Mr. Stan. them as hats. "They make may lack sales appeal for 2nd color choice . .. I
H. E Dampier visited in land. real good.looking hats," said teen-agers Dot 3.6 Dept. No. 190 .

Mayo with her mother Mrs. Tommy Ward Is home from ...._- ._......._- ..-.
Florence Cothron, and other Lake Wales Hospital Tullu : I I

relatives Their ion, Randal Holland is a patient at Win.
itudent at the University of ter Haven General Hospitaland

Florida Gainesville visited Meghan Webb daughterof
them while they were In the Rev. and Mrs. Bill

Mayo. Webb, was a patient for a
It I Arriving here for a visit few days at Lakeland Gen reversible taffeta I ,

: from Cullman Ala., were Mr. eral Hospital. Mrs. Bertha

I I and Mrs. Milton Pearson. Sauls underwent surgery at umbrella coat '. /t ta .
They visited his father Winter Haven Hospital. Miss
Henry Pearson; Mr. and Mrs. Mavis Bush also Is a patientin / .
Noah Brown parents of Mrs Winter Haven and Rufus I sizes 6.20 19.98 ',l
Winston Collins and Jimmie Shelton at Bartow Hospital. I
Brown Mrs Lizzie
Franklin i is
\ Th. umbrella dear hearts Is Included In this In.
Visiting recently with Mr. Ing with her son in Largo: I
and Mrs. J. B. Tompkins She was visited by her daughters I gn,f cant I httla, price! So let It rain buckets! You rt
were her brother.In.law and Margie, Mrs. Louise Par. protected and smart In thin delightful water repellent .
sister, Mr and Mrs. Clayton ham and son and Mrs. Josephine coot. Charm,ng print reverses to solid. Who else but
Colson, and son, Clarence, of O'Shields and daughters Neman could tailor such a fashion wonder! Blue or
Tampa. Patsy and Peggy. They grey za&
Mrs. Fay Ballenger of Wav- report Mrs. Franklin seems
erly and her brother and sister Improved from her Illness. 421.j
-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Visitors Maas' Coats '
Shiver of Lake Wales Visiting Mr. and Mrs. V P.
went to Mayo due to the Rentz Mrs. Marjorie Wil \ I.
death of their relatives, Mrs. hams and Denny were Mrs. Lw- t / err J RH
Llllie Johnson and Tommy Williams' daughters and their / t
." Smith. families Mr and Mrs. Roy
Recent visitors of Mr. and Martin and children of Clew. t
Mrs. L C. Stanland, Norman, Iston Mrs. Jo Ann Short and
; Mickey and Norma Leigh, daughters Slephnme Karen
I I I were Mr and Mrs. A. C. Gee, ind Wendy of Tampa, and
and daughter, Mrs Joyce Miss Sandra Morrison and
N Dixon daughter Marsha and Ralph Turner of Tampa,
i a granddaughter of the Gees, Mends of Mrs Short.
( Kathy Brick all of Plant Visiting the L. C. Stanland
.i City and Mr and Mrs. Ru family was their daughter, t tjb ..s.a .
dolph Gee and daughter Karen Mrs Mary Lou Grissom, and
all of St. Petersburg. -----------1 Jo Ann of Orlando I I1

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Europe, North Africa' the M,ddle East and behind the Iran ., t These are truly shoes for ease and comfort. snug fitting and I light as only
Curtain. Mr. Reed hoi lived and traveled extensively, In Europe
and has recently mod a trip Into five of Russlo's Satellites H. :4., kid can be'! Super cushioned arch that cradles, pampers your foot. Bone or

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a Sorority

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new chapter of Alpha
Delta Kappa honorary International .

teacher sorority, I
$ baa been established In Lakeland -
a r b I
M 4 by Rho chapter of Alpha Jdf
Delta Kappa In Plant City i

The new chapter hat been
I1d>i +u; ,I named Beta Lambda chapter.

: : were Twelve Initiated Lakeland Into the teachers new

; chapter by Mr*. Ravenal Taylor
of Plant City, presidentof I
f 14k. : the organizing chapter

Officers of the new group
were Installed by Mr*. Betty
Zentgraf of St. Petersburg,
state president The organi
r sation meeting was held In P
the Caribbean Room of the
tie( Florida Hotel. /f(

Beta Lambda officer and

member are a* follows: Mr.

Patricia Martin, president:
Mr. Juanita G. Burt vie B.
president; Mr*. Genevieve
Curry, recording secretary; .
Mrs. Varian Rutledge corresponding C
secretary; Mrs

AT ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING Mrs Betty Zentgraf of St Petersburg, left, state Elisabeth Sharp, treasurer;
president of Alpha Delta Kappa, International honorary teachers' sorority, Installed Mrs. Patricia Miss Betty Sue Dill, chaplain .
Martin, center, president, and Mrs. Juanita G. Burt vice president of the sorority'snew ; Mr*. Pattle GUIum, "Mail-away Monogram" sunwear sets
chapter at the organisational meeting at New Florida Hotel. chaplain; Mr. Doris Kennedy '

ssrgeant-at-armsj: Mr*. infants' and toddlers' wear by "Tiny Folks"
Patricia Ratcliff, historian;
Speakers Hostesses For Mrs. Phyllis K. Vey, Mrs. infants' sixes M, L, XL tod dim' sixes 2.3.4
Phoebe Humphries and Miss

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AAUW Workshop Announced Speaking of Beauty Fret monogram helps you Identify your tot Instantly! Just detach part to be

I, Philip monogrammed mail to manufacturer and In a twinkling you'll have your little

American Lakeland Association members of of University the presenting study materials. availableto ming The under dlaciiMlon the new of structure program, I Dry, lifeless, limp hair with one decked put differently! A. for little lister. gingham check pull over

Women will have an JI'OUpI.Mra. spilt, fuzzy ends Is a common with separate tab bib for monogrammIng; In pink. Also available for little
R. E. Barthelmy of led by Dr. Boone, will have
active part both a* speaker complaint among our new cus In blue and white check. B. For little brother
on the program and a* branch Jacksonville, president of the Dr. Margaret L. Gilbert and tomers. Mother boys matching blue Dacrona /
hostesses for the AAUW AreaC Florida division will be'a Mrs. Selig of Lakeland, Mrs. ( |Nature provided cotton sun>Euit with short sleeve red/white print shirt. C. For little sister. .

spring workshop Saturdayat luncheon guest, and Mr*. Max Fred Carrier of Winter Haven ', only so much one-piece red/white print sunsuit with appliqued overblouse shoulder tab
natural oils
Branacomb Memorial J. and Mrs. Helen Hudson
Auditorium Selig. state chairman of ,
on the Florida Southern the Occident and Orient, will professor of sociology at Web- ,she didn't provide for monogramming.
campus. serve on the new structure ber College In Babson Park, I' for bleachIng -
Maas' Children'
AU program arrangements pfcnel. Mrs. Fred Hohnadel of as panel members tinting, permanent -
for the three panel discussions Tampa, workshop coordinatorfor Mrs. Leon Harpole, local waving, PHONI LAKELAND MUll I OR MAIL THIS COUPON TO
have been made by Mrs. the Florida division, will branch president, will be official 0 wave lets and ............................................................:.... _.-
Alexander Steinberg, local conduct the evaluation at the hostess for the day. 1 spray nets. It Is "JANE LEE"
branch vice 9 a must to use a MMS BROTHERS
president Mrs. end of the day. Registrations starting at
Leon Harpole, Mrs N. F. Lakeland AAUW members a.m. will be handled by Mrs. PHILIP good founda- LAKELAND, FLORIDA
Maffett and Mrs. Leo Brooker serving on panels will include Raymond GIvens and Mrs. conditioner. NAME . .. . . . .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. . .
have handled other arrange Mrs. Elwyn C. Plckart who Lelia Singletary.The .
ments. will preside at the panel discussion hospitality committee Sometimes anesthetics, medications ADDRESS . . . . . .. .. . . .. .. . . .. .. .'. .
"Dateline: Today," a workshop on membership, how I I. headed by Miss Edith An- and chemical changes CASH CHARGE
Id some immediate problems branches can attract educated demon, assisted by Mrs Glen result in dry, lifeless hair. If If lyrol'
delivery /Instructions
IM the theme chosen by woman and how branches can Owenby, Mrs. Selig Estroff you are truly Interested In adjl.p.o'4.Olv.! .',' .' ,:
Mr*. Steinberg for the work- secure more active participation and. Mrs Lynn Campbell.. your crowning glory you should Please tend me the following rrwrchondlM Add 3% Hot told (ox. to ".. f;
chop. Panel will discuss by its member Miss seek professional help. I. Philip
membership, the new structure Helen Mallory, local branch guarantee that Coiffures By I I 1st 2nd rI
and study groups. treasurer, also will serve on CUIIIE'SHOME I Philip, 225 S. Fla. can make
Luncheon SpeakerDr. this panel, along with Miss PORTRAITS your hair look lustrous again.
John Funderburg, professor Helen Suck of Orlando, Mrs. .ill to ......... u uuitlMn. lOr Call me for consultation.
of biology at Florida W. S. Dunn of Winter Haven Curries P_. fw 'ft',matee Goodnight Mrs. Harris. I
Southern, will speak at the and Mrs Henry True of Lake I .. Ammtmnl, MU *.MM I <42iMl .( amiss)
luncheon in the Collegiate Wales. I _d.. I I

dining room on "Conservation .................................-.--- __---.I
Problems In Central Florida." D.t. ,., 0pt. N. 116-119
Miss Ah/azlne Young past
president of the Florida division ,
of AAUW as well I' past
president of the Lakeland .5 S
branch, will give the luncheon \
Several state officer of .r"I.- : I. v ':
AAUW will participate. Dr.
Lalia Boone, professor ol
English at the University of \ 7P
Florida and preildent-elqct of 1
the Florida division, will lead
the panel and discussion of
new structure, branch programming i
under the new plan
adopted at the national con- '1
vention In Denver last summer
Afternoon Discussion rlst f Z a f1 \
Mrs. H. R. Torrance of Or-
lando, past president of the ie
Florida division, will lead the
afternoon discussion on study
group, with Mr*. Steinberg

Sgt. JansenTo /

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Speak ,. .. ;

Grange Meet + .
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will meet at 7:30 p.m., Saturday \
at the Girl Scout Houseon
Parkview Street.
Segeant Jansen of the florIda -
Highway Patrol will speak ....... -
on "Highway Safety" and : : ?.' ,
show pictures during the lec
turer' hour. There also will "I' .1 '; ;
be other entertainment :
Mr. and Mrs. Percival Cook ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Phillips
will serve refreshments. "Garden Flowers" Easter dresses by LoveDuPont's
The regular meeting will be

conducted James Maslyn.by the master, Dacron' and cotton

Visiting Grange membersare ." .(

invited to attend. sixes 3-6X sizes 7.14 !

Chi Chapter 9.98 10.98 B, A. ./

All of these charming Easter frocks of Keenes Dacron polyester/cotton

Mrs. LovejoyChi oxford cloth by DuPont. A. Sleeveless "A" line dress with schiffli! embroidered

chapter of Beta Sigma long stem American Beauty. White. B. Sleeveless "A" line '.

Phi sorority will meet tonight dress In Pink with embroidered spray of roses. C. Short sleeve "A" line
at I o'clock at the borne of -
dress In Yellow with schiffli embroidered daisy.
M r*. Henry Lovejoy. 132 ,
Daughtry Road. Mr*. George Yii
Anderson will conduct the Mass' Children' Wear', ., ;r .
business session. I a \
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Mrs. Bill Elam chairman
of the nominating committee
will make a report Mrs. '
Lovejoy will report on the
scheduled rush parties to be
held in the near future.
Landscape" from the "Book of
Beauty," will be presented by
Mrs. Elam.

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III _LAKELAND_ LEDGER- Thursday_ March_ S, 1164 .

Bride In Pants Makes Male Fashion Writer Take Notes \

: By KEN R. WILLIAMS This time the Chanel "crossing" featured embroidered four- on cuffs and hemline to adda French lace continue at Dior Helena Rubinstein will cele- Simonetta et Fabianl, famous Vivier (just down the strtj
even to using tiny white bead brate the sixtieth anniversaryof husband and wife team, continue because it went so sma
' PARIS Tongue in cheek was achieved by run leaf clovers appllqued all over little soundtrack for evenings -
embroidery In lace patterns on her cosmetic empire by to bring to Paris their with the oranges i
ning ribbon through crocheted the dress and train. A lucky
means money in pocket. And -the rustle of spring, no
colors fins tailoring
\ it that Isn't a Chinese pro borders. Introducing graceful bride to wear this one! doubt! some of his crowd pleasers. building a factory In Japan. extrovert and sense of fashion drama. beiges in the collection I

verb, Jacques Esterel will tiered skirts. Dior Has Done It trend Sable-Lined Raincoat The Queen of Beauty can go There are suits fit to be and for gasp showed a ha)
Continuing his -setting
rainbow hued in two directions at the same
i make It a French one. showing tweeds Now they have really doneIt embroidery that won him an Somewhere In the show (andit time and It by a "Go tied. highly placed pockets, cuffed arm with a two y
Just to give you a rough that looked light enough to have been hack proves of slave chain attached to It a
For years men American Schiffli Achievement keeps coming to me) West !" beauty some the size pouches
idea: an informal bride, com- float to the ceiling like pastel- saying women's hats are nutty Award, Mr. Bohan places del. there was I sable.lined raincoat theme, for young this girl Spring. the longest antique silver ear- to the belt trimmed with t
plete with short head veil, is tinted soap bubbles Anothernew Dior now shows one with late pink and blue flowers on -a must in every careergirl's "Colorado" is coming her in- rings in town the best sleigh bells so that the sla
shown In the finale wearinga Schlfm Chanel/ look was an allover walnut half sheila plasteredall voluminous chiffon evening wardrobe. Summing up spiration and she intends great to looking raincoats In Paris of fashion cannot escape

white Mandarin linen suit embroidered cock- over the crown. It proves pajamas uses polka dot Dior there were nuts (on a bring America's wild west look the new bronze shoe of Roger noticed.
that has pants "To be worn tail suit in vrhite-on-white that even fashion kings havea all-over embroidery on an airy hat) and bolts (new Ideas)- to the whole World. 'I
1 for a wedding on a yacht on a new favorite color and em- jester's sense of humor. outfit with ruffled sleeves but not a wrench in the whole
the French Riviera," his salon broidery motif seen at a number But there were no other places a gold embroideredrose collection. Simply young pret- According to Mme. Rubin-
salesgirl told me with a com- of other couture houses well-turned-out looks from stein "the woman of today is
A ty
I spoofs In the co'lection! new on one shoulder of a
a plete deadpan. as well. color carnation red appeared dress with a petal raised to the talented Marc Bohan. no longer a hot-house plant
Mr. LaRoche took his but a desert flower strong,
Mr. Esterel showed "Pier Guy
throughout the collection, give the effect of a flower In- Carita has launched the male Announcing.
Coats" which are sleeve press audience "around the sometimes with white and laid there uses jewel em- beatnik look for chic ladles vital and brightly hued. You .
world in 30 will look like "a snow-capped
less summer linen coats that about pants" by navy. Stock market note The broidery like the new layered Her new hairdos are Inspiredby
mountain this spring" accordIng -
match bathing suits worn un- showing international inspired plunging neckline continues crystal paintings currently on the Ye.Ye boys who worship
derneath. "For twilight time," porting looks from Mexicanto bearish at this house display at the Galerie Char- at Paris rock-androll to Rubinstein, "a river bril-
he said, on the boardwalk." a sari-topped oriental number Marc Bohan, Dior designer pentier. The white bridal gown temples. It's as bad as it liant tumbling sunset.over boulders Yes a will!
(Shouldn't a girl be home before The big applause was featured embroidered you
used old fashioned country flowers sounds-the music, not the Because Helena Rubinstein will
that?") There were "out- for an intricately beaded pink linen for many dresses under a filmy overskirt of organdy hairdos!
of' bed" pajamas and we plaid dress that reproduced in cellophane sequins for trims The romance with No rest for the cheery! have you look no other way- Paradise
at least for this season!
assume that he means the beads the tweed pattern of
lounging kind. His playsuit the coat shown over it. Bring Husbands, while your willIs
of francs for that in a Paris beauty shop be-
tweed trousers have deep V plenty one. ?FZ rt or
LaRoche has clever detailof ing transformed into a female
notches cut In front for walkIng a
{ Beetle (Carita) or "Billy theKid"
ease and a more feminine elasticized armholes on his
look sleeveless dresses. Another (Rubinstein), you might
seek in "Au Main Bleu"
Because Esterel feminine looking costume was
moonlightsor (the Blue Dwarf) which is located are here again!
( should we say "twilights") a black Chantilly lace dress .
on rue Saint Konore not
as a composer of music for and Jacket that had been embroidered
far from these
two beauty
the French films he with ribbon flowers
salons. The main floor Is de-
his theatre sense by showing The cost of both items would voted to the sale of children'stoys Just in time for Easter.
the smallest probably cover my tips for the
flattest saucer 4 .p'1
games and dolls. It's
hat In week here In Paris.
town Just before he
k really only a front for the real
sends a model out wearing an House Of Helm thing. The second floor has Come in; try on these
enormous black straw pyramid Jacques Helm's Paris house electric trains! Enjoy your
hat One dress had a side-tied presents the Vertical Line this selves, men, at least until the
sash that went trailing behind season with pin stripes, seaming little woman shows
up. of
like a floating train. A pillboxhat pleating high button closings Petite Countess Zoltowska: new Spring styles .
a chiffon that went to help the illusionof
navy optical has a bright idea so new shehasn't
down to the hemline of the slimmer
a you. F found a name for it as
dress. He showed a green Embroidery made news here yetOne ear is completely
Chantilly lace coat worn overa too with a devilishly clever covered by a clip-on Jeweled
white silk dress and had houndstooth check motif on earring and from this 'ear-

sewn embroidered daisies all one dress another with muff a necklace of jewels
over a white linen one. It's all the vertical stripe theme _ J sg 'ra goes half.way around the hairto aradise 'r tesiBENFORD'S
or nothing with Jacques achieved by using embroider. the back of the head. You
Esterel. ed stripes from neckline to sort of "embroider" your hair
Border Patrol hem on a refreshing lime with colorful stones. The
The famed Chanel Is one color dress. There were rows Countess thinks it is amusingto
designer whose every new de- of crystal from top to bottomon wear your jewelry in unexpected BOOTERYDOWNTOWN
tail or trim Is treasured by her another (you take one places a pin on
L followers. The borders of her chandelier a strong LUNCHEON CHEST Mrs. Fred Lenfestey, left, was guest of honor yesterday at a your cuff, sleeve or shoulder

jackets are more carefully thread. and .). luncheon at Strollo's Restaurant. Mrs Martin Mills, wife of the athletic director at Kathleen one earring where it
t watched than the boundaries The Jacques Heim bridal High School, was hostess for the 1 luncheon. Mrs. Lenfestey's husband. Is president of Polk should be and Its mate In your ,

between two hostile countries. gown, always a knock-out, Junior College. (Ledger Photo-Perkins) hair.

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Interested In. Greek These Dishes .. I &LtlI ...
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I Cookery Try OIlUVJlRoead: WILLIAK R.' "tatl i

One of the most mytterio I as Is done In fold Into batter NoU..* \* baraby slvaj that 1hav I To All CradUton.Ing .
many modern but not dry then fllad 'my final :"J"1 **,i ; Claim or eI
and fascinating cuisines In the, Greek homes in America told In remaining sifted ntlnlatrator *- .fu f'/L'T.t HaM B.iata*
D Oruvar. dcead: I ,.. ....h er ....
world li Greek culiine with III Mousaka dry Ingredient Gently knead filed. my pall lion for final die. hy nolltl.. 10 tII. r.1ab: 11 .M

1 medium eggplant on lightly floured board about charge. and that I will appl> tc: demand* which vm "! '
stuffed pared and v1!
vine leaves delicate pa tho Hon. RKjkard A. Bronaon, the eiitata of WILIlUTTHtR I ,
and cut Into Vj inch slices 2 minutes. Divide dough Into County ludfta of Polk CountvFlorida and LlfC'I' LIIII! JUTI -
magnificent casoelcs Salt four parts Shape each part as en lht llth day of March: I'HI*:, deiaaawl, In the efflo* of
) Yet until with IM4 for approvtu ef tr* am* and I RICHARD BRONSJON County
recently !% cup corn oil (about) directed below Beat egg and for final .leohar.a aa Admlniatrator ludgte: at ht office In the Court

the publication of a good boo 2 medium potatoes. pared and water together Brush on cookies .' of Ik* eauata of. Alfred POruver llouaa at Bartow Florida, within

in Greek cookery it wai dlffl. cut into 4 Inch slices Sprinkle cookies' with sesame deceaeedAdmlnlatratar. IHI. ala calendar month from March
Till. IIlb d. o .r C, IM4 which la th* data of thaflrat
CUll for anyone to learn how to 2 tablespoons corn oil seeds Place on ungreased publication of thla notice.

cook in the Greek style 1 medium onion, chopped cooky sheet Bake In 350 degrees of tha .eatat of Each claim or dmand mint b* In
tha .
rouet rtal : plan* of
fhe collection of Greek recipes 1 pound ground beef F (moderate) oven until Alfred D. OruvarCwoaaaed rmlftence writing and poat offlc addraaaof

given here were developed in, 1 (8-ounce) can tomato sauca browned about IS mmutei the claimant. muat k* aworn
rhe Best Foods kitchens In New medium V.Sla to and muat bo filed aa aforaaald
Salt Makes about 314 dozen or *la* tame will become void
York with the guidance of a Pepper cookies NOTICI OF SALS HAZEL R STONE,

oung Greek girl who learned 2 eggs Boats: Pinch off rounded TO WHOM IT MAT March CONCERN I. tll4: : TOM WATHON-Eiecutrlx.J

I he rudiments of Greek cooker l/4 cup Parmesan cheese half teaspoonfuls of dough Roll You ar* hereby notified that the Attorney for Knecutrlx'
from her who following motor vehicle Lakeland Florida
grandmother stiook
Sprinkle eggplant slices with on lightly floured board with l ( $ m the robust end apicy salt Let stand 1 form No SA1481I7CISlll )
hour Drain, palms of hands to ropes INVITATION TO BIO

( ,reek style rinse Heat about 2 tablespoons 2% Inches long Place three *AU.b*o'ilot aold'k at on public th* eale Itth at day 10):M litM."A r'd: In office dupltoau.of tha will b*

The Phyllo pronounced pheloi corn oil In large skillet. Add ropes side by side, pinch ends 1M4. at Commercial Credit Cltrua Commlnlnn Uu ills PtorMa ButMemorial
pastry sheets called for I In eggplant cook Corp.. !"" "a Florida Ave.. LakeTr Boulevard, Lakeland
over medium together .
I.nd. Ylnrld.
ome of the recipes are avaible heat turning once and adding Curlicues: Pinch off rounded proceeda of th* aale will beipplled r ". T 1II".M'itit! 6t. 0 ': ;
.. fresh at Greek bakeries flrat lo the ...)n.nt of theo :
additional corn oil as needed, tablespoonfuls of dough Roll on .ti of retaking I atorlng and aal* following ntaurlal!
and the frozen food "
in depart iso.dot noon SHIP VITA.
until browned both sides of aald, vehicle and tha coat
on lightly floured board with palms motor "
Booklet alt
MIN C Paf *
menu of some noil of anl and
specialty shops of of a *
Remove slices from skillet and hands form S inches mbllcallon H HH' 16 page. I Inolud I *
of to ropes th aatlifactlon of the bal
In working with the phyllo it then lo cover.1I Htork 70 Ib Whit*
drain on absorbent paper Add long Curl ends of rope turning me* due under the contract with '
is important to prevent the pastry MR JAMKS F MONROF' Molatrlt Offaet Antln I*. (Bub-
potatoes to skillet adding oil if direction mlt with bid Color
leaves from each end In an opposite covering th* financing of uld motor Minple' *:
drying out The .
ceded Cook turning once until I until the curls meet In the vhlcl.*. Any .urplua will be rpur ft) eoln. combination
best to lino and halftone Art In b*
way accomplish this Is anil will remainliable
partly tender.Meanwhile. paid to you you rlorMn
fumlahed by
center ,
to keep them covered between for any balance remaining
heat 2 tablespoons rounded ready, for earner*
Zigzags Pinch off unpaid under aild contract
with with ovarliyi for color hi.natloni .
uses a slightly dampened CREDITORPORATIOV com
oil in t OMVFRI: IAL
com another skillet Add Roll
tablespoonfuls of dough on Ferrantagea of eolnrIndicated
towel Any leftover fresh phyllo nlons and saute stirring freuently with < Printer to furnlnhplatea
floured board palms W L. BROWVCuetomer :
may be frozen for future use until lightly Servlc ManagerIT 1'here are nine (I) auo.tnnei .
( tender Add meat, of hand to form ropes 8 inches thramhoiit th* booklet
n some of the recipes corn -7a1. ._
brown well Stir in tomato sauce long Turn each back and Plnlxhlng: Haddleatltrh hound
syrup replaces the traditions and salt and to IN THI CIRCUIT COURT on ft4" edi.. Proofn Color
sugar and water syrup ordmarily pepper taste HAVE YOU EVER TRIED your hand at Greek cookery Here are four dishes to give you forth to form zigzag shape TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, proofa to be eubmltled for *pproval >
Grease 1 (8x8x2 inch) baking Braids Pinch off rounded POLK COUNTY, FLORIDAIN before premi run t>e.
prepared In the home In dish. Arrange alternate layers I start One is Greek Macaroni Pie, another Is an eggplant casserole called Mot aka. For : CHANCIRVCM livery miiat b* made four t 4)

other recipes Mazola oil replaces of dessert there Is a famous pastry Baklava and Greek tea cookies The beads In the picture half teatpoonfuls dough Roll N*. 62114 Docket I] reeke from purchaea order
eggplant meat and potatoes floured board with Na. t2SANNABPL date, parkamd In unlta of 100.
the old world olive oil. in dish Bake In 350 degree F are typical of the ones placed on the tables In Greek coffee houses. Instead of doodling on on lightly form 3 : Hisrun ; with aubjeet matter quantity
of to rope
palms and puifhaen order number
Flilntlff !
the tablecloths the customers finger the beads
(moderate) oven until potatoes inches long Pinch 3 ropes together -VR -- marked on *.ch hulk container.

ar. tender about 39 minutes at one end Braid, then HENRTULIJAM Hl'dTBTJ Defendant.JR) Price. *Any flell\red Inqjulrlee Likeland retarding KlorHa. .
Beat eggs well Stir In cheese pinch loose ends together NOTICI OF SUIT these apeclf! c atlona muet b*
and pour over casserole. Bake; sheets so pastry fits bottom 0 hours (Does not require refrigeration 2/3 cup sugar THB RTATB OC FLORIDA TO, made not lea than aeventy*

14 minutes Makes 4 serving pan. Cover with layers of ha f .) Makes about 4 I H cup corn oil LeGAL AOVIIITIlIM INT MrNRY WILIIAN4 HLSTFDJR two hour* prior to bid openingOtrerwlM .
will be
LIOAL NOTICIINVITATION : Wroe* reeldenc* and It con.lderd -
GREEK the macaroni all the meat. pounds 2 tablespoons orange juice TO SID mailing ad Irem lar : that thru* apm.If Iratlona ara

MACARONI FIE then remaining macaroni TOI, Syrup: Combine 2 cups su 1 teaspoon vanilla U.LI OF OLD IQUIrNINTBlda /o Ravmnnd HuetedSI clearly understood by all bid

(Pastlstio) with phyllo Fo remaining gar. cups cups cup Auditing Department of the Game New. Jenev (or further d.Ulla call at the
3 tablespoons margarine sides of top sheet under. Brull I \light corn .,syrup 2 tablespoons 2 egg whites nnd Freeh Water Flub CommleelonTallaheeae ., You ar* hereby notified) that amlt itoov* of fit*. Th* rlorlda Cltru

2 medium onions chopped with melted margarine Spri. lemon juice and 1 stick cinnamon 1 *E8 until HAM. on MarchI for divorce haa Iwen flleiigalnut Co imlnalon rawrvea the. right to
all bid,
of varlou In the alxiv" Irceneed'auie reject any or
JPU for th* aal* you
1 4 pounds ground beef kle with water just before baing In a 3-quart saucepan 2 tablespoons water lodel and make vah........ outboard' : and that you ara hereby /aSAM BANKS

1 cup water Bake in 375 degrees F. Bring to boil stirring constantly /i cup sesame seeds lotora. and mlacallaneoua equip .equlrrd. to other aer*written a. copy llefeneee of your .7X> ChairmanV

1 teaspoon salt (moderate) oven until pastry II I boil 13 minutes. Remove Sift flour, baking powder and m.nl.All blda eubmltted rnunt b* 01rreeh inewer upon or WAI.THH W MANI.EYilelnllffe IN THI CIRCUIT COURT Of

i teaspoon pepper browned and mixture bubble I cinnamon Note: Grind nuts in salt together, set aside Beat lorm. turnl.hod by the (J.m. .nd attorney whrwa addieaeP THI TSNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT <

1 pound till macaroni arourd the edges, about 30 miutes '. a hand grater or chop fine with egg yolks In mixing bowl until compliance. Water.with Flah, bid Communion,.requirement In. IR .on O.or Box before tl&4. Lakeland th* IIh day Florda of. FOP POLK OP FLORIDA COUNTY.IN AND INCHANCIP.V

i cup margarine a knife (A meat grinder presses thick and lemon colored Gradually Bid forma mav b* obtained from April A r>.. 1D44 and befonimedlately nr .
1 Parmesan our Lakeland Office or TallahaaaeOfflc .,' thereafter to file with RONALD D. PATTFRSOV
cup oil) add until )
Makes 12 entree servingsBAKLAVA out sugar beating
*. ''Ih Clerk of th* ihoatyled Court PI.ln IItt.
FAMILY FAVORITE cheese CREEK TEA COOKIES fluffy. Beat in corn oil alte Thl equipment may b* Inepectedit the original' of aald anawer or aald -v.- )

6 eggs beaten 3'/i'\ sifted flour with Add tha olflre of th* U.me and written defennea. If any. !LA a.
3 ground or finely cups nately orange juice 'reeh Water Fleh (Comntlmlon If you' fall to do ao. decree proronfeiM PArTEJlSOill.o.r.ndont..
even when this was % pound phyllo (Greek pastry) cups l ll/i teaspoons baking powder vanilla. Mix In 1ft cups .irted !!OI lakeland HIM Blvd. Lake. will I b* entered agalnatou NOTICI TO DIPINO

1 tablespoon margarine. chopped walnuts !4 teaspoon salt dry ingredients alternately with land Florida Monrtav thru )rldaymm for the relief I demanded In th* TO: 1LA a. PATTEKSDNJ
"Saturday Night"
4 cup sifted confectioners SAM. until S P MTh Complaint < /. Mra, T 8proua*
2 egg yolks milk Beat egg whites until stA O me and Freeh Water Fl.h WITNEHft my hind and) official SM ...toe. Street
Melt margarine In skillet Add sugar ('ommlealon' reeervea th* right to eal of office at Bartow Polk Alabama Ctfr Hub-Station
% teaspoon cinnamon rject any or all blrlaOAMB County, Florida. thla Jnd day ofMunh OadMden, Alahana
onions and saute until tender, !: A\D FRFRK: WATER A. O 1064 YOU ARK: HEREBY notified
stirring frequently Add meat: 1 pound phyllo (Greek pastry) Glimpse Of War I F1UH COMMIXHIOMByt (SEAL) hat a ult rai h..n brought agaln.l
1 Walker n H KLOA*. JRf .
cook until cup (Vi-pound) margarine you In the Circuit Court of tti*
turning as needed melted Property Officer lerk Circuit Court Tanth Judlrlal Circuit of Florida,
& '.lit By! \IVIAN A PR! VII
browned. Mix In water salt and and!

pepper. Cover, simmer 15 min.utes. Combine Syrup (walnuts recipe below confectioners ) .'Given NOTICI OF SALI III.n'h S. 1014 !nni D">u"'c"rl' k ;:.rPolkCountyJnjyiDivorce ;
Woman -' -
and cinnamon Unwrap By TO WHOM IT MAT ONCFRN : NOTICE TO CllliOITOIIS : and; } ,r are hereby: replred -
Cook macaroni In boiling saltwater sugar, You ar* her.hy notified that tho IN THC COURT Of THI t* file with tl-e Clerk of
ed phyllo, cut away dry following motor vehicle, ; COUNTY JUDOC OPPOLK "ald Court In Bartow, frlorlda.
according to direcons 1911 Ford F/L lilt COUNTY FLORIDA either pereonilly er b aa allor.
STILL AMERICA'S on package Dram Tosswith ends, cover with damp towel, Serial No 1.IILII..2. I.[ Re. betate of ney. your written annwer or other
It necessary while working In South Viet NamEDITOR'S will b* aold at public ..Ia at 10:00AM AM4A LOSIE THORNBtROHDeoeaaed. defennci. If any, to tha Complaint
TOP-SELLING BKAND1 /{ cup margarine Mix Brush bottom and sides of I e'click on the llth day of In aald a lit on or before tha Itth
cheese and eggs Pour over March, IM4. at Commercial Credl'orn To All Creditor* >nil Veraone HavIng day of March "If, and to> aeraa
((13 x 9 x 2-Inch) baking pan ( 1401' Bo. Florida Ave., LakeUntPyiorlda Olnlrne or Demand Agalnit copy upon Plaintiff a attorn> a,
For colorful ntw kraut r clp tl macaroni, tossing until mixed with margarine Arrange 1 sheeihyllo NOTE-Trit continuing -. Together with relatives of tht Bull .:.t.t.: ,Bentley Killer, Binder Carr
booklet,wnti SILVER FLOSS Trim off any dry edges from slain Tra proceed of th* eale will he Yoi uid each of you. ir. he.h ..- Chllee fcllaworth. Corner of
Com and
struggle agalmt marine of his brid
d.pt N, Phelpi, Ntw York Place 3 sheets In pan overlapping all .1 Milled tint ro th* payment of th. > notified to file all rlalmi and Lemon and Mouth Florid Avenu".
ihyllo phyllo four sides Brush lightly wit munlsU In South Viet Nam I we arrived at the hospital compound ."nan of retaking ntorlng end aalof demand which you hav egalnaUK P O Boa 4Rt Lakeland. Florida' .
in greased 13 x 9 x 2 inch takes aald motor vehicle and tha coeiof th. .. of Anna I.oelo Thorn It you fall la do .o. a Deere* PioConfeaao
a grim toll I Icommuniques In after
We had
Fold margarine Fold pastry In I tofit reported I noon toI publication of notlc* of eala, and burgh, deceaeed In the efflr of will ba entered for tha
baking pan In sides oThere's pan, brush edges Trim end that reduce death I wait for permission to ente then to the aatlefartlon of the bal Richard A. Bronunn. County Judg. relief demanded In th* Complaint,
.nra due und., the ron'raet witt at I-la offlr* In the Court HOUM AI IV WITNhKS WHERt.U t
I of pastry and layer six more 10 a lUllitle. Sometlmts everooked Eventually the gate was opened MR JFHHIB' N, WII.LIAMH Rartow ,Florida within .1.l calendar have JlRnllnto ..1 ", y h.nd ..ndthe

heets, brushing, each with mar Is the human Impact e' and we drove to a large yellow covering th* financing; ,,' aald motor month from vebruary IT aeal of the Circuit ('o"rt .>
vehicle. Any aurplua will be l*<4. which la IK* data of th* flretlalm and for Polk County. Florida, tII'l
arine. Spread with layer omt udden death. The wife *lU a stucco building standing by It. paid toyou and you will remain pllbllc.tlon 01 Ihl. Mtlr.. .:...h Itk day of February l<)|4.

mixture Continue layering .S. Army officer la Saigon d-. self beside a dirt road The en. liable for any balance rmalnlng ... or demand muet oa In writ 11 n H. HIOAVClerkl \
no substitute unpaid under eald contractfOMMrRCIAL In.. muat alat tre, placa or rwl Clrc1"1 Court
scribes in
this resembled
for The trance .
rushing each sheet with mar story a pagod CREDIT knot and poat of fit. a addreea of U-701.

arine, .with four sheets of pas tsioclated Preis the terrlb! There were no doors CORPORATION ha claimant muat h. awornmd to IN THI CIRCUIT COURT

for ENER6YI try until all phyllo and nut ou a statistic\ represents for a While we waited for the mortuary W Cuatomer L BROWN Service Manager .In .m aam tat be will filed lecnne.aa ato'.ld.
mixture Is used ending wit young Vietnamese bride. officer to come and unlock tT.'U. AIBKMT Kit AND FOR POLK' COUNTY.FLCHIOA .

five sheets of phyllo for crust By ELSE BAKER the vault where Long NOTICI OF SALI TWf WAT'rnecutorJ ONA iVCIMNCrRY NO R2f I.-40'l
Fold sides of last sheet uner body lay funeral preparation March I. "11 Hornr Mr taectltor MOPITOAOS/ rOPHCLOSUKt '
SAIGON, South Viet Nam TO WHOM IT MAY I'ON'ERN: lakeland Florida BANK OK tTlLA.a
brush with margarine were started Dieu slipped white banking erianlierfand
; You ar* hereby notified that-the U-78' cornoraUon
cuts half (AP)-Ifseemed to be an orinary cotton trousers her following motor vehicle: exl-llng tnder. th* La we ofth
Make 3 lengthwise over cus
night We retired IK59 Chevrolet RI..yn.lIarl.1 of J e York
en4 .ugar p/'Ovide. it quickly' way to bottom of pan then cut early ternary black ones She wore I No A..'" 113121 TIN.H JUDICIAL CII'ICUIT."OLK Plaintiff
each diagonally halfway to botom and didn hear the ring of the white blouse and a white cotton will' ba .old at public ...10 at 1*.twAM COUHTV. "LOIIIOA. ....
bell that heralded the news. o'rr".k on th* llth daY of InfCHANCIPiVCue CHARLF8 R. .IK88GR. eln.le.
making cuts about 2 inches icarf was tied around her neck March, 1114 at Commercial Credit N*. 2MK Dock! SIPag Pefondant
to form diamond patern The next morning I came A plain wooden coffin wa r'orp., 1401 Mo Florida A v.., Lakeland Na. tn Clerk'a Notice Of Sal*
part, 'downst.irs to find our No :I H"rldaTra MART BFLLE HICK. ) NOTKb; H HbRrBY IH\FV
Bake In 400 degrees F moved into the large room proceeda of tha aala will be rUlntlff, ) hat under a lcre* of rorecloiur*

(hot) oven 13 minutes then re housemaid in tears. I didn'thave where we sat Dleu moved to apt'lied flrat to th* pavment nf the -vo,_ ., nd Kale entered by th* Judi of
to' ask She blurted out: C" ml* of retaking, ctorlng and aale WILLIAM HICKS le llrcult Court of the 'Tenth
set oven temperature control at stand directly before It Two restives' of aald mitor vehlila. and the com Pefendlnt. ) Judicial ('Ire"It, In and for Polkunly

350 degrees F. (moderate) and Oh mam, boy that-marry Dieu, helped support her on el. of nublliallon af nolle of ..1. and NOTICI OP SUIT > Florida, on tha Ird. day of
sugar 'he'. no more He die" then to th* Mtlahtctlon of tha bal THB KTATB Of KUMUDA TO IWIILJAM M..h. 196. 111 a e.r.aln ..".. b..
continue baking 1 hour Pour her side Older women In the anc due under the contract with HICK: t.oon 1'U : IIAVISGII BANK 01'
lot over hot baked Bakava Dieu is our No 2 maid a ro group began a death chant one LOt'1MB A WHITTLE ",,'hoa* reatdenca and maJllnsartdreee JTICAganlud. a- .bankln..- r roontl..n. ....
syrup I Dust. Jolly fun.loving girl of 19, overlna th* flnanclna of aald moor IR'' / and etlxtlng; under tha i
Let stand at least 24 of them beating time with a vehicle. Any aurplua will he INKNOWV Lawa of tha Sute of New York,
ouna! enoueh not to have mall stick against a Eourdhknstrument "ald to you and you will rom.l. Ton ara hereby notified that a having II* ..rln'lp.1 plai.a of b.leunea
learned to hide her feelings labla for any baianc* rmalnlns ult for dlvnria haa been filed at III O.'R"" Htre... ttlca,
unpaid under lAid contract40MMFRCIAL .igalnat you In tho above .Hcen.edcauee New York, rinlnllff. and
very well I attended her wedding Then the mortuary vault was CREDIT : and that you arc hereby CHARLES R MBHHHl, .Ingle.
to Long, a young Vietn. CORPORATION required t* aerv a copy of your Defendant balng hancery N*,
SPECIALS FOR opened and Long s body was W U BROWVCuatomer rer or other written defeniiea 12491-I1.401, I will ..11 at public
mese marine, last August-such brought out on a canvas-drape Service ManagerNOTICI up. WALTER W. HANLIY. lut-tlon to the hint-eat bllner f.ir"
a short time ago tr."S. plaintiff attorney, whne* addrem <..h at the oirhoiui.* ln> tha City
MARCH itter Hit shoes had been removed I. P." O. Rni HI, Lakeland Floron jf Bartow Polk t'ounty. rlorlda,
My heart broke, wJieo Dleu but he was still wearing OF INTCNTION 'TO Id.. or before th* JreJ day of at th* hour nf 11 DO A M March
April A D,. 1M4, and before or 1*. 1M4' that c.rwln of realroperty
5, 6, 7, 1964 tumbled Into my arms sobbing, its combat. uniform DISCHAMOIn Immediately thereafter to file with deecrlberl a* follow.outh .:

'Mam mam, they sty Long The clothes soaked with R*JILIIS: Lxtata N of IK* Clerk of the hove atyled Courtthe '" III trrt. nf Lot I. rllnrk .,
NELSONDereaeed orlflnal of aald anawtr or aald A nf HILLTOP HUrJHTtt.
won t come back No more Long blood were cut from his body men defenaea, If any at rvrdlng in plat thereof re.rnrdert .
and Dieu" tnd taken out to be burned FRNoll.': f you fall to da 10 decree pro In Flit Book ,4J Paaa
It was of the ... la hereby given that CO nfeeeo will be entered agelne I*. ubllo Record of Polk
one biggest offenslves His relatives cleaned his body a you for th* relief demanded In th. t'ounty. rlorlda.
against the Communist with alcohol.soaked cotton as h.ve nary filer Admlnlatratnr.my ftnal rport CTA ai or An.I Complaint Together with, : Heater

Viet Cong an attack well could Then .lata of Jullua N. Nelran, do- WlTNEOf my hind and! offlrlalal D. JI. 1lotIn, J..
pn .an enemy as they they of offlc* at Bnrtow. polk (f !r-AL> u rk nf Llrcult Tonrt
aaed that 1 have filed ..11.
stronghold close dressed him in white trouser : my Count '. rlnrlrla thla Wlnderwedl. Mulne
so to Saigon linn for final dlacharae, and thai I ) suit day of Vari
that we could hear the artillery and shirt will apply to toe Hon Rlt'hard ARron.oo A D 1M4KAL >Winter!4 Park Park Avenira, 11",rldiiAtlofneva 11.11> .

OLD FASHION DUTCH-APPLE fire from our house for: Dieu knelt beside the coffin ountv ,Florida County, on Judg the l of th pnlk d P, H HLOAV JR for Pl _lnljf

three days. and touched her husband face' March 1M4 for approval ofThl Clerk Ireult Court IN TMl CIRCUIT COURT OF'THB
.nd for rln.1 dl..h..... .. By I LI CIUE HASTINGS TKNTH
: Statistically, the losses were for the last time Peputy Clerk CIRCUIT.
\ small-H wounded the first day, Finally. Lon,'. body was enirely .... ...___ v. .:...,...!. ;.:.,..._._.. v.' r'n. T .
killed ',....cr. I'" TH. CIIICUIT COUI'IT 0.. L.. N.. 1IOM.21.sal
one and 9 white sheet
wounded the wrapped in a I nth d.v of rbruu1H4 TH. TIHTH JUDICIAL C'"CUI,. I II: .'ORnJTt'RP: oro Till!
second day The top was nailed on the cofla /./ J Tom Watnoni 0.. TH. aTATI 0.. ..LORIOA 'OI..I'W'Nt} IIliaI'RIJI&D:
one the the Vietnamese
on second Then flag
each 49C ...Administrator CTAnf CHANCIftV NO, Mill.Kill 1M! Chevrolet Imp*,arial .
day was Long. was draped across it the eetat* of H4.MBIRO HAVISflS BANK, a ) N" rjlA 124 IM
Just a few weeks before our Offerings of fruit and money Julh.. N : ...... Corporation, Plaintiff (arl Ren Moon
I \ house was one of the noisiest were made to the young widow 1'-111 VR. I IIn. IIII

busiest and happiest In SaigonLong's An officer from Long's company NOTICE OF INTeNTION TO. WAU.T J. pOWELL ud I I JJI.hh.nd CII" Florlel.
MARGARET A. POWELl.- J1nrl. Moen
'. marine unit was in town stood at attention at the head FINAL DISCHARGE hla wife, at ... Hoi iuHighland

and Dieu could hardly wait for of the coffin I In B*, fetal* 01KATIIRIXID n.r.ndant City. Florida
NOTICf OP SUIT Ha. Xatloml
OLD FASHION dinner to be completed so that As we stood there a helicopter DAVIDROyDeceaeed: rifE STATIC OF M.OnirUt a Biirk KlhlerJ Bank

she could pedal off on her bicycle flew overhead circleM: slowly TO ALL WHOM" .IT MAT CON TO: OFNrRAI:. F1VAM: .<* 8. Kentuiky Arenu
COCONUT I 4 C.RN: CORPORATION a r'lor Ida Lakeland. Florida
LAYER CAKE to be with her husband. then landed on the hospits Nolle* li hereby given that Ie Corporation ALL PFRHOVM. FIRMS AVD

I've never seen a happier young ,rounds nearby. It carried anther 1... riled my final report aa Ad Tou ar* hereby notified that a 4-ORroRATIONS O W :V INn.
.. n litre tor. < TA of tha Mill* of Suit hei been filed aa..In.t you HA VIVO: OH O-AIMIMJ AN: 1iTrRFHT
girl than Dieu In tha days before load of wounded from the :athrln. fiavldeon. deceaaed: that itnd each o f von by rUMfll R<1IHMMlt IN: OR |.IrN ON THB:

\ Long s outfit wis pulled outfor front. I I have filed my petition fir finalecharee ) BANK. a New York ABJ PEHRIBED PROP.
: each 79c the attack and that I will apply to Bunking (Corporation In tr* above ltTY.
Mon, Richard A. Broneon inted cauae; and that you ani Yutf AND EACH OF YOU are
Now It as over and we were ounly Judg of Polk County. i'reby required to (lie your An- hereby notified that the above de-
faced with the of his Nixon Advocates Florida' en the Itth day of )March .i.er with th* Cleik of thla Court ...rll.... ironerty' haa been mlied,
reality l 19114, for approval of the aan.* and .indj to e.rv* a eopy thereof. upon IInd.r .nd DV 'trtu of (Chanter
eatftOn for final dlecharg* aa Admlnlatrator he Plaintiff or Plaintiff Attorey 44J, Florida KiaKiie. aa amended
\ feels CTA of tha ..t... of KatbIne hee name and addree* la. and la now In tha poeaaaelnn of
helpless enough at Trade Boycott Oavlrieon deceaaedThla ALBERT C, WERLT. Attorney at rha Hoard of County Comml.elr.n-
I time like this but not knowing lOlf day of February. 1114 Law as.. Central Av.nue. 8t"etemburg .ra of thla fountaad ,..... ant
11 B C. McClurgB Florida, not later Iran each of you. are hereby fnrtKer _
the of 'NEW .. n
customs the Former
country. CAP) C McCLIROAdmlnlatrator ... II, II". tfled that a "'Iliina. under ealdapter
t. not want to take a chance Vice President! Richard M Nix CTA' It you fall ta do an, Dwre Pro .> haa been filed In tfte Clr.
of th* eetate ofKathrlna onfeeao will b* entered agalnatu cult Court of th* Tenth Judicial
on doing the wrong thing I 011 Tuesday assailed the British Davldaoo, > for the relief demanded. la the' '""''I. I" nd for Polk

ailed my husbands Vietna firm that sold buses to Communist Deceaaed.a I Complaint. Fiorina, aeeklne th* .If.nlf
-M The nature of"uld anlt belnf th. eald property. and
yoa aralereby
mese secretary for guidance Cuba "If they sell buses to 'or foreclosure of mortgage record- directed and renulre* to

She told me the funeral would Castro then they cant .sell NOTICI UNOIN FICTITIOUS .d In Official Record. Bonk UI. tII. yonr claim If any yoa have,

be held quickly and that the autos here," he said. TO WHOM NAMI IT MAY STATUTI CONCERN: pat Lounly* !91.Florida Public. evverlna RK-ordi: of Folk ;ndjahow tf day of caua March*: *n IM4 or If befcr not* tb ronally *-

irst thing to do was to, five Nixon didn't mention the British Nolle .let hereby given that thunderelgaed Lot t In Blnrk B of Lake lion. praccea' herein f ,
In compliance with ..t Hili. : tr.J
liD. Lak.l.nd. nor. nd
owers. The second thing firm by name. But there a from perennaleervloe
I Section.. mo*. Lawa of rlorlda Ida, aceordln* to plat thereof If peceonaNy .....d. wlthjprone
!to donate money, a custom was little doubt he was referring ( Flctltloua Nam* Statute">. wllregleter recorded hi Plat Book 41. Paaa herein, why He aald prop,

:here. She told me the to Leyland Motors Ltd with the Clerk of the Clr. a. Publlo Recorda of polk .rty ahould not be forfeited par.uent .
governent cult Court la and for Polk Countv County. PtorMa: together with to aald Chapter Should
would pay the cost of the when he called for a'''electiv.embarlo" : Florida. upon receipt, of proof the following deerrlbed Item* ofproperty fall lo rile claim ta herein directed you
of th* publication at thla nolle*.
funeral but that I should tell against foreign com in* tIctllloua name, ta.wit: jolln*, and permanently wrlch arc Inatalled(orated u In a agalnat Judgment you will In due h* eoure entered*. Fereorunot herein

>ieu the money was to help ,Mnies that trade with Cuba under which I will *ngag* In b talneee .- part of th* Improvement oa : peraonally eerved with nnx-ee*
I *ipecl ta enaage In bual ..Id land,
meet burial He told at may obtain a ropjr of th* Petition
costs 1.300 persons a nee* In tile Mall at Bearetewn- WITNrK: !! my hand and the aea.of lor forfeiture filed herein from th*
.. In Viet Nam red U the color luncheon meeting of the New Raet Memorial Boulevard la It* thla Court at Bartow Polk underegned' Clerk l>f Court .
\ Utyof Lakeland, elorlda, ('ounty. Florida, thli 14th day 01 WITNFSH hand and theeal
for marriage, white for death fcrk Building Congress that my
That the party lattraeted In ealdbualnae Kekruary, A. D IM4SCAU of the abov mentioned Court
So we went to the market to merlcan markets should be enlerprlaa la Linda Har r. H KtOAV JR. at Bartow, rior da, thla Ird day of.
Soutrigolsj Shopping Cenrer ..II. aol* owner, lit Palmola, wkeI. Clerk of the Circuit ;March A .
buy white clothes In which to I Idreaa oed to foreign firms that sellnythlng land. rlorfda.Paled Court / lp.Itt't. r..n. Jr \

Long for burial and for i except food and meoV at Lakeland Polk Cauatv .By lafcla He..lda
Phone MU 2-2151 Florida. February 20. 1MI.UIOI. Deput,. CI.rll (KAL) ark of Circuit COTrt
lieu to wear M bu widow :ins to Cuba. V.I" t-711 .




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I Blast-Proof Cable Will Cross U. S. k

NIW By YORK ROBERT(AP HOLTON) A wbu tween a point In upstate New Over.all cost was set at $lOD(:I will be capable of handling 9,000 ,
thick cable York and Fairfield, Kan. It Is million .
now worming its -the most expensive simultaneous calls--at least
way underground across the nation -scheduled for completion to the project of Its kind In the UnitedStatH. I 2,000 more than can now bs nan.
transcontinental may provide the only direct West Coast sometime late this died by any of the other six Hula SErvicE enter 'i.-F.
telephone communication -year. "This Is not a government cables S i
nuclear blast. the event of a The Pacific Telephone Co. already -sponsored project, rather It t Is "A serious natural disaster
The 3,218.mlle has laid the cable and installed -,,another step taken by the Bell might break another cable +i,: ,
like six others cable Is much r Jay and other System" to Insure survivability !-where It will have to go 18 Bowl? CHARGE IT! BUDGET IT!
already In transcontinental the company saId. Inches deeper to get at this' DISCOUNT
operation except ment along much of eqUIP-1 The project was begun In up- one," the spokesman said,'
that it Is
burled five feet under- miles It will cover in stata New York in 1960. "Eighteen Inches in this partic'
ground instead of the normal California The cabla when
completed cue is quite a
34! feet.
It also differs from the other 10L"I
lines because all its relay and I 1 I .
other stations are sunk deep ( .t tI
underground In )
concrete co- I
coons I I
"Let's say that this cable will ., (J
be blast proof." said a spokesman 1 r !"i
for the American Tele- 1
phone & Telegraph Co. "A direct !
nuclear blast certainly
would cut it, but I doubt that $:
anything short of that would do : ;
It." ,
He said the cable Crete ) i
u being so l ,
located that it will be out of any +: 1'' ftY
of the nation's prime target Iala/it t r
areas. 1 1r
..r ,t
The cable now Is In use be- ;
r A t, 4 J
I ,
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Ceylon Declares I t

I Emergency State as 1i: \

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a state of emergency today In
1 j
the face of strikes or strike
threats by longshoremen doctors 1 1Tsgod '"!
In state hospitals and state LAST-MOO' COMMUNICATIONS CABLI Dark HIM tr.cu MW c..,. hint hid that met kit
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tion's electricity.The I. buried five S... aed.......".. 1 mussel .f the ........1 eve Seat ...d k.. IN ..I.y ...tl.". in .ncrtMCMOMI .
order was issued to protect .d.., under "'. ...rf.c.. CMipltrio .( cable. It dated fort\ this ,..,. Sh.d.d ..... M fI' .

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I Congress Prepared To Vote Self Pay RaiseBy I

JAMES MARLOWAP bout 13 per cent since Congress cluding Supreme Court Justices,, salary Increases. the government from getting thi t Committee chairman. them. They already occupy two,, the tax cut bill last year-It hat
Newt Analyst last boosted its own salary In Cabinet members and top officials Earlier last year two group I kind of men needed to run it efficiently Patmin suggested "Congresi I and a third is nearing completion -been passed by the Senate too
WASHINGTON (AP) This: 155 That was also a $10.000 Increase the National Civil Service and is now law-Republicans
economy-talking Congress Is get from $12.500 to $22,500. All this had the blessing ol f League and a special 12.man I t But today an Important House, needs number a of vast Its technical increase"consultants in the.'. at an estimated cost running tried but failed to put a stringon
tog ready to vote on a $10,000-a- The measure up to $122 million. it tax cut unless spendingIs
approved Presidents Kennedy and Johnson -advisory panel appointed b> member found an even newer' and legal and economic advisers : no
-.rar pay raise for itself: from Wednesday the : Not all members have the giggle
by House
Rules In his next year's spending Kennedy recommended raises -way for Congress to spend more He proposed still anothernew cut
Ui,500 to $32,500, an Increase of Committee, thus clearing it for budget, which Johnson handed One recurrent theme in the, millions on Itself This was Rep. office building for the 435, ) at the thought of more take- When Johnson In January submitted -
44 per cent. a vote, would raise the salary of Congress in January, he asked push to boost salaries is thatpresent Wright Patman, D-Tex the House members home pay. Looking at the work, his spending budget for
I sting costs. _have gone up only 1-most--other'--federal_. .employes. in... $455 million to take care of such salary scales prevent House Banking and Currency?. That would be the fourth for done hy this Congress, which i in I next year-$97.9 billion, which
", '0 ," < <-., ---- -- -- ----- -- 1963 was one of the laziest In I was less than Kennedy' of a
=====:::.. Rep J. Arthur Younghistory year ago-Republicans called It
er, R-Calif., said In October that a "figure-juggler's dream."
if production was to be the yardstick They announced it could be
I "we should be returningpart cut by $3 billion to $8 billion but
ot the salary we are now they said little or nothing about
receiving." He said the cost of cutting out the $455 million
t living wouldn't Justify an In- Johnson Included for federal
t crease of the size being consid pay raises, Including raises for
I ered. members of Congress.

Sen. Frank 3. Lausche, D-,' Pay Raise Hit
Ohio, long enough in Congress
nuautr to understand the members, told But one Republican who Is
__- DlSCOUN t the Senate that, despite all the always urging economyRep.H. .
R. Gross of Iowa-said
talk about Congress being un-
derpaid, "if you came in here Wednesday! after the Rules Com
with a shotgun, you couldn't get mittee approved the pay raiseit
the members of the Senate and it "unjustified, Inequitable
House out of the Capitol. and extravagant."
Here are some of the other
member of
He challenged any
Increases proposed by the committee -
the Senate to cite "one instance
with present
to the Supreme
where an appointment
Court has been declinedby salaries:
Vice president (there Isn't
t Inadequate.a lawyer because the salaryis any)), speaker of the House, and
Justices of the Supreme Court:
Economy Favorite Theme from $35,000 to $45,000, chief
Economy was the 'favorite ustice- from $35,500 to (43,500;
last and Cabinet members: from $25,000to
I Republican song year

VERY IMPORTANT : T- this Before the House passedBy $35.000 .


PURCHASES. FOR,.< i Public Hearing Is Held I

': ) VERY IMPORTANT On Assassination

THE ASSOCIATED PRES: federal airport development

.,;t: LITTLE PEOPLE! SAVES news WASHINGTON from Washington(AP-In: the, for program authorizing U. for$225 three million years to pay and

INQUIRY The Warren com *
YOU 20% to 40% f mission held its first\; publi PEACE CORPS: Congress
hearing Wednesday In its Investigation authorized' Wednesday $115 mil.
of the assassination lion for the Peace Corps-the

., .. _. of John F. Kennedy. It aired full amount asked by the John
New York law-
B testimony by a son administration.
yer questioning whether Lee The authorization Ii for the
Harvey Oswald was the killer fiscal year beginning July 1.

GIRLS' 2-PIECE The lawyer, Mark Lane, professed House passage by a voice
to represent the Inter- vote sent the measure to the
,. ests of Oswald, charged with President. The Senate had already -
the murder but shot to death in approved it.
the Dallas jails two days after

E DUSTER DRESSES U' the Lane assassination.attempted to raise Mathews Says

doubts as to whether Oswald
IN THE ,0, was the sniper who killed Kennedy Nobody Will
"A" LINE g w \ ;.. He produced news photographs ,
of the assassination
$ ; scene that he contended had Miss OpponentsFORT
: been "doctored" to obscure the
Th. teaton's most woofed .i f hs\\ truth:
e at incr.dibl. 'low (AP-
prices ( %t
2 The hearing doors were Gubernatorial candidate John
SI.*v.Utt "A" line dr.".. opened without advance word Mathews Jr. of Jacksonville said
with matching dude in solid 2 ,' after the commission began its that the voters wouldn't necessarily

and print eaiy care cotton. ,. t : ,. usual closed session with Chief be shortchanged If two of
Your efcoic. of Pink Mail, s'+' i Justice Earl Warren presiding. his opponents boycott a joint television
Roie and Orange. Q SIZES 3-6X = I didn't appearance.He .
name the candidates
FAILURE Dr. Frederick C..
B COMPARABLE VALUE 3.98-5.98 f ADD NiWCONVENIENCE Barghoorn, the Yale University but described Mayor Haydon
Burns of Jacksonville and Fred
f expert on Russia who was Imprisoned
0 Dickinson of West Palm
SHOPPING the Russians
as a spy by
Sizes 7-12 3.33 { '' 1" fOR YOUR last fall, says Soviet grain Beach Both of these Democratc .
IT candidates,
CHARGE- purchases In the West "illus who ran In the
trate a kind of boldness and 1960 campaign, have been reluctant
e -- willingness to admit mistakes." to engage In television debates -
Testifying Wednesday beforea
House Foreign Affairs subcommittee Mathews said that If Dickinsonwere
imagine! Girls' Tsil.r.d In a kind of seminar absent at a scheduled TV
BOYS' TAILORED l: debate In Miami Sunday the audience
+ Soviet
7-PIEGE SHIRTS on policy Barghoornsaid
"will be
: that in a sense the purhcas- spared some
DACON COTTON glib, evasive double talk" and
GIRLS' SUIT 1.37 = es are an admission of failureby
Kremlin leaden. that if Burns were absent this
ENSEMBLE SPORT JACKET nr.ipe. :d .oli. ..I., But, he added, the mistakes actually "will be a boon to family
.rt. lOO!c '0"0". have been mainly blamed on listening"Roman ,
5i. 7.14.
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In The News "LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, March, 1964 :25 I II II I

I Only! Teamsters' Opinions Of Him Important To Jimmy. Hoffa !

lot\\IV,Wriu V"rk IIllItf'! Every effort to pull him down 1 membership. Whether his cone berries did and Jimmy Hefts, Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local I presidency of the Teamsters 1 the town with the boys," as do has always been, Is now, and always -
like A of people Hoff don't. seem to since he began his climb up th vlcUon of jury tampering by a had his first union contract. 299. In Detroit, of which he soon shortly after Dave Beck, its I many of his conferees. He prefers will be, his own advancement
Jimmy Leaders 01 ladder to federal Jury In Nashville, Tenn., control. That local has
union leadership In I gained a quiet dinner with Jo and "
for five had
other unions Union Affiliated president years in McClellan said.JIMMY .
obviously do not: Detroit 32 has will bring any change remains been the rock of which he has perhaps another couple. He power
kicked him years ago failed. been convicted In a Seattle
they and his Team.: His to be seen. Two years later he affiliatedwith : built his union empire. neither smokes nor drinks And
Union conflicts outside the court of stealing union funds
from unionhave
sten the A.F.L To Jimmy (no one ever calls the A.F.L. and shortly Many have tried to analyze at 50 he is In better physicaltrim
CI.O. In 1957 Five before Hoffa had
and have refused seemed only to years
solidify his him James) Hoffa life has beena thereafter took his warehousemen just what it Is that has enabled than men many years
since to take joined with Beck the czar of the
them back. The hold on the rank and file of his battle almost Into the International He works out
Senate Committee since his birth him to win and then to hold the union on the West Coast, to younger. frequently -
on Improper
In aji.lmproverished coal miner'sfamily In the gym In the basement
immense that he wieldsas
Activities In power wrest control of the internationalFrom
the labor
or management Arab Nations in Brazil Ind. In 1913. the Teamsters' boss. He is the venerable Dan Tobin. of the Teamsters headquarters .
headed by John His father died when Showman Billy building In Washington. s ;
McClellan, accused him of 82 wu, not an Inspirational leader andIs The convention that elected
acts of betrayal of his member- Hold MeetingCAIRO only 4 and after one year in high anything but an eloquent Hoffa president voted Beck a Although he had had the opportunity
ship. Attorney General RobertF. school he quit to go to work. RoseMarries speaker. He often treats his pension of $''0,000) a year. to make a fortune for
That was after the family had subordinates like retarded chil- himself-the government
(AP) says
Kennedy /has called Hoffa Delegations Beck In Prison
operation of union affairs "a from the 13 Arab nations met moved to Detroit. Fifth TimeNEW dren, cursing them In public for he has through misuse of union
conspiracy of evil. Few newspaper Wednesday to discuss a world- "That was the toughest open what he consider their tins of Beck now is In federal prisonon funds, but that has yet to be
editorial writers ever have I wide diplomatic offensive shop town in the country then" omission or commission. He is McNeil's Island, Wash., serving proved-most intimates do not
had a good word to for him. against Israel. Hoffa says. He set about to YORK: (AP)-Shownun ruthless In suppression of any the second year of a five- believe he has any particularlove
say The chance It He was only 19 anda Billy Rose, who recently made criticism or of attempted revolt :year term to which he was sentenced of money. "It's easy to
James Riddle Hoffa could not meeting was seen here as warehouseman when he or- 14 million on the stock marketin after conviction In 1959 make a buck if that's all you
have cared less, ind has laid a follow-up to the pan-Arab summit ganized his fellow workers intoa four month., disclosed Hulls himself probably has of Income tax fraud. want to do" he Is fond of say-
so. That is, not is long as a meeting conference In January. That 300-man) independent union. Wednesday night he was mar- the best answer to his continued There has never been any ing.
majority of the 1.7 million members be sent to decided all envoys should They were making little progressin ried Sunday for the fifth time. hold on his members. "I deliverthe scandal In Hoffa's personal life Senator McClellan's evaluationof
of his union, the largest In i ing diplomatic countries maintain gaining recognition until a The bride is Doris Warner VI- goods," he said. "They're He met his wife, Josephine, on Hoffa'i motivation Is probably
the world, continue to like him, Arab relations with the carload) of strawberries arrived. dor, 48, daughter of motionpicture interested in how many bucks a picket line in his early days the one with which most
and they apparently have laid for the countries to urge support At Hoffa's order, the men re- mogul Harry Warner and they can make. I get them for In Detroit. They have a grown persons who have studied his
so. to Palestine refugees fused to handle them. Management widow of motlon-plcUire director them. son and a married daughter. At' career would agree.
their I'
lands In-Israel.-.J ..! ted_before.-the straw- .Charles Vldor Jimmy Hoffa ascended to the conventions he never "goes on Hoffa'i chief_ Interest: In 2 life HOFFA
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Library Zenith Radio I__LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, March 9. IM4

$2 Fund MillionBOSTON Wears gene Heir PHOENIX(Stormy Marries)Aria McDonald. (AP) -III Eu of I II Franks Are Fun Food At Any Type Of. Party I

Chicago, heir to the Zenith Radio -
CHICAGO Franks are fur 1 used for the decorations. chill con carne-for make-your ale "Balance-a. who miniature
fortune, baa married Vir a Frank-on-a' son guesses most accurate joy a wiener roast)
(AP-The) John F, ginla Baker, 19, daughter of a food. Look at any youngster ala t For added fun, try "Pin the own sandwiches, and watch the Spoon" race with the contestants I !Iy the average number of hot using a small charcoal hibachi.
Kennedy Memorial Library'Nebraska cattleman, i wiener roast, and you'll kno I Bun on the Hot Cog" as a variation .. spirit of adventurous eating It being forced to start again I dogs consumed by each person The meat proteins In franksare
and la nearing $2 million. this Is true. This popular fooc I favorite work. Or serve a "giant" hot whenever .
McDonald, a senior at the on a game. In the frank slips fromthe I last year. (Sixty three hot dogs equally as nutritious as
The New England Merchants University of Arizona, laid Tues. can make Indoor parties liv troduce a game from ancient kung by placing a French spoon. Have a hot dog eating per person is the answer.) Open. those in any meat cut. All this
National Bank said Monday the day they were married at Las ly, too Here are a few Ideas I Sparta by dangling franks at bologna in a loaf of contest, but only if you'reamply face frank sandwiches or a and fun, too, make franks an
total Is (1,960,64321, $952061 Vegas, Nev., Feb. 29. from. the American Meat Institute the end of a string With their bread. Cut into individual servings prepared for the younger salad with sliced franks might ideal selection for party time.
up Mrs. hands behind their backs, the and pass hot chili sauce set's unlimited capacity for be appropriate for the menu..
Feb. 15. McDonald Is the
since of daughter For a child's birthday celebration children try to bite the frank around franks. Chopped franks combine well
The bank, which is administering Alfred Baker of Omaha. hot dogs provide as they do apples on a string at Invitations can read, "Hot The next time entertain with a number of foods for HamburgerPie

the fund for the $10 million 'comet nourishing food that the youngsters Halloween. dug I We're having a party.. ." the: neighbor gals,you ask them to tasty tea sandwiches, too.
library to ,bs built on the In the belt, where I will accept enthusiastically. Franks are a natural for the Cut paper franks out of orangeor bring their favorite recipe for For a sophisticated evening With
the gravitational pull of the sun ] They're simple to high school crowd. Provide brown construction paper and
Harvard campus, said the pub prepare franks It's a good way to start simmer wiener chunks with
Is weak, a comet may be Jarred I and time for bowls of string them as table or wall
are -savers the interesting relishes I a collection of casserole barbecue In
lie contributed $1.2 million durIng hearty sauce a chafing Cheese
out its SauceMeateaters
February regular orbit by a 1 mothers. Hot dogs are especial-I chopped onions, small green decorations; I and combination dishes. Offer dish Add glamour with cocktail -
passing star |I ly festive If a circus sliced tomatoes hot! As touch of silliness sched
I peppers a I a simple door prize to the per franks. Let your auests en-
will love this one
-It's a tender, flaky pie crust
brimful of good lean beef Whygo
to the trouble of rolling out
INSTANT a pie crust? Just wait'll you see
-and taste-how it helps bring
out the good meat flavor by providing
a crisp, golden contrast.

.: the most important flour news yet : w'qt Added the make savory so enhancement easily cheese by just comes sauce adding from you

grated Cheddar to a can of zesty
I tomato: sauce.

If you want a really strong
flavor in your sauce, try sharp
Cheddar otherwise the mediumor
mild types work well. Serve
the sauce in a separate bowla
yj g 'a ( gravy boat is ideal) to let
everyone add his individual
Instant gourmet touch to this hearty
wholesome meat pie.
Serve with a hot green vege-

d, Opening able and a fruited gelatine
salad mold. Chocolate puddingwill

only make a good dessert


Pillsbury (Servings 5-6)
2 all
cups -purpose flour

-Tv: (nobody else) y4 4 1 cup cup teaspoon pure milk salt vegetable oil

/ Mix flour and salt Add pure
has this vegetable oil and milk and stir

'4 to mix. Divide in 2 equal parts
; roll one part out between waxed
J1 .w new paper to fit g-inch pie plate.

; Prepare meat filling for plea
1 tablespoon pure vegetableoil

1 small onion, minced

1 small green pepper, chopped
(reserve 1 tablespoon for
1 pound lean ground beef
3 tablespoons chopped parsley
1 teaspoon salt
1/e teaspoon pepper
." '4 teaspoon dried marjoram
1 (6( ounce) can tomato sauce
% cup grated Cheddar cheese
All Purposeyou'll > Cook onion and green pepper
in i pure vegetable oil Add beef
bake and cook until lightly browned.
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iainlng ingredients except to
proudest xxxx mate: >> sauce and cheese, mix
your well. Fill pastry shell with meat
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pie crusts fit on pie. Crimp edges and cutair
vents In top. Bake at 400
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I cakes '.j I Make cheese sauce to serve
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last October here, must
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The trial of Robert Edward
Eli Hatfield is scheduled in County
Criminal Court of Appeals.
The aggravated assault complaint
charges Hatfield with
spitting and striking at L R.
Lawson, Dallas police officer
who arrested Hatfield after he

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, March 8. U64
I NAACP Leader

oas I I, Test Shows Students Biblical Illiterates I I TodayIn Views MarchOn l'y

chi. By G. K. HODENFIELDAP '(chosen);" "A soft answer Supreme Court decision on Warshaw first convinced his TallahasseeTAMPA ),
Inks Education Writer turneth away (wrath);" They school prayer. pupils of their need for a study History I
as ASHINGTON (AP A shall beat their swords Into But Warshaw reporting his of the Bible. (AP-The head of
) test
thisone o the Bible was sprung on fiyec (plowshares)," "Pride goeth experience In the February Issue He assigned the rending of a By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, the NAACP in Florida has calledon
sin sea of college-bound 11th( before a (fall)," and "The love of "The English Journal" few short stories which made no Today la Thursday March S.i Negroes to march on Tslla- av
ne, a i 12th graders In a public of money Is the root of all believes it Is essential. sense to them because they 1964 There are 301 days left In hasse March 27 "to show unanimous
ool. (evil). "The Bible is Indeed a religious couldn't understand the Biblical the year. I support for the passage of
r Teacher Does Something book, but It is also a part allusions Today's highlight In history:,clvl rights legislation now before
me thought Sodom and All this happened In Newton, of our secular cultural heritage. He showed them some political On this date In 1770 the Boston Congress." '
Q morrah were lovers; that the Mass, and English teacher To keep it out of the public cartoons with Biblical references Massacre occurred. In this' Rutledge H. Pearson of Jack-'
ipels war written by Mat- Thayer S. Warshaw decided to schools because It is controver- which left them in the .early bloodshed of the American sonvUle president of the NAACP 1 : (4) i
tffw. Mark Luther and John, do something about it He ar- ilal and because the public cannot dark Revolution, three persons State Conference said Tuesdaythe t;;::
that Eve was created from an for of his classes the of both The clincher the j
ranged two to trust good sense was quiz on were killed and eight Injured. project was agreed on by the
:e apple; and that the stories by study the Bible-not as a religious the teacher and the pupil to which they fared so poorly I state church committee at I 'tt6'V
which Jesus taught were called book or even as literature treat it as part of the humanities I meeting last Thursday. The Rev.
parodies. In 1877, Rutherford B.
but as a source book for is a simple but questionable Hayes C K. Steele, president of the
r rust Eighty to 90 per cent of the the humanities judgment" Warshaw U. S. To Loan was inaugurated 19th president Tallahassee branch heads the
Vhy students could not completesuch Teaching about the Bible In wrote. after his victory over SamuelJ. I planning committee he said
out familiar quotations as: public school can be a tricky "''A knowledge of the Bible is $69.3 MillionTo Tilden-an election that was
seeIng "Many are called but few are business, particularly since the essential to the pupil's understanding disputed for three months I Texas' Income
' of allusions In literature In 1900, the Council of New P
>roast. ROMAN in music and in the fine Arab NationsCAIRO York University accepted an 3a ,
arts; In news media, in entertainment anonymous gift of $100,000 for Cigarettes
om erection of the Hall ;
and in cultural conversation AP Fame.In
( ) The United
'you FABRIC SOFTENER States agreed Wednesday to 1933, the German people Shows Big Drop
ing "Is he to study mythologyand lend the United Arab Republicthe voted Adolf Hitler and the Nails ..' .
sty Shakespeare, and not the equivalent of $69.) million in into 21 foreign countries, ,
AUSTIN Tex. (AP) State
.. "'olel sweaters fluffy soIl Bible? Is It important for himto local currency drawn from the In 1948, air parcel post was Treasurer Jesse James blames
ing .i. opened the United
what It
learn means a sale of American surplus commodities
the cigarette smoking scare fora
States and 21
IIrp foreign countries
man Is called an Adonis or a here,
umrve Roman Fabric Softener Romeo, yet unimportant for him The loan, to be used in financIng Ten years ago President from{12 the million state cigarette drop in tax revenue durIng -

owl fluff up wool, fur blends to be able to tell a Jonah from UAR. development plans, Dwight D. Eisenhower notified February, '
s makes all synthetics: static I Judas?" is repayable over 30 years. Congress that Britain Denmark
let r Italy France and Nor-: 'Looks to me like a lot 01
ual free,non-clinging-smooth. way had shipped strategic cigarette smokers are cutting
ty. / ... wrinkle, saves ironing. QVERWEIGHTTCAN'T goods to Soviet satellites in violation down or quitting," James laid
.,P of U.S. aid terms. 'Tuesday "I don't know bow

gems } i"" ; if ..ith" USE SUGAR? Five years ago-Twenty-one else to explain it." I <
'" '' boys died behind locked doors February cigarette tax stamp
togf : I"' when fire destroyed a dormi- sales were 15,651.381. comparedto
;1 m tory of the Arkansas Negro $6,864,599 in February 1963.:
I Boys Industrial School at Little
Gk's Mslant lug-IIAt iimfn.it In b.v.no.t, email, -+ r+ Rock. Rangers at Yellowstone Ntlonal -
fruits, and borrlM, In cooking, biking, and frming. One year ago-Cuban Foreign Park shoot elk in the
I contains no sugar, tie tedium, no caleriat to add unwanted Minister Raul Roa in of the where
charged northern ,
area park
; f Iaa.nC Founds jr fASWEET today II a dillcloua. I
Artl In 4'01.1I1d tf-or.trommf tlttint .r a lengthy letter to U.N. Secre according to wildlife biologists, .4
( mkit* p/mfc mumn tottm your fort. Try/IIINO '- tary-General U Thant that the the browse can support no more
United States was preparingfor than 1,009 animals through a

Ire BITTER AFTERTASTE aggression against Cuba. I winter, CAROL 'A nON, 19, .f St. Potonovrf, Is a ,."... ..* In the
.tired Citrut Quotn ovonl t* fco hold' seat week In WlnHr Have Mill

.tI: 'otton, brunirrt, ii ipontoroo' ky the City H_. iurooa of St.


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r ; ,.
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r ed (( l llfLl!_ .)) -- 1)) I Begin Showing TodayNEW

ey J-/ YORK (AP) Federal for 80 million citizens.
tax cut benefits will\ show up In "No trouble at all" or "it took
I AtED lw paychecks of millions of Americans 'only a couple of minutes" were !
I starting today common reports from employ. "
ce / : But the extra money gushingInto era, Including such giants as ;
e "'- .. the nation's spending General Motors Corp with
er ... / stream-or savings Institution! 640,000 employes.
.----- -probably won't total the $800 "Working Frantically"
d.e.ofe .tp. A million a month estimated by In Salt Lake City, Mountain
-; some tax cut backers States Telephone Co. said It was
0- 'f A cross-country Associated "working frantically" to adjust
tic Press survey showed a scatter Its equipment. H. J. Heinz Co.,
at Ing of employes, mostly salaried with 7,000 employes, said at
Id had asked that benefit headquarters In Pittsburgh that
lIt J' r&do1wwD be stored up for them. its payroll staff. was putting in
Most workers apparently extra work
looked forward with relish to i I In cases such as these. the
e :V reduction taxes withheld, rub seemed to be In meeting
o (' "I want every nickel I can let. employs requests for some
e t my hands on to pay my bills,' treatment other than reductionIn
d said a Cleveland employe of the taxes withheld.
N Internal Revenue Service, I In Pittsburgh Norman Reich.
11 Few Hitches ert assistant treasurer at Phil.co .
I Employers reported few hitches Corp with a 22Ooo.man pay.
In adjusting payroll procedures roll, said he expected some
especially concerns with salaried persons to ask for an
automated bookkeeping. Basically -unchanged withholding level-or
they hereafter will with- for one higher than required bylaw
hold 14 per cent of earnings Instead ,
of 18 per cent. "These people In the past
"We just changed a few wires have had larger-than-requlred
in the machine and that was It," urns withheld to avoid paymentof

!. said Manley Eubank In Raleigh, a large lump sum amount
NC Eubank's Central Data when It comes time to file their
a 'recessing unit runs off paychecks -!annual tax return" Reichert
for 10,000 North Carolina aid.
t 4 tate employes. The Philco official said hourly
.t I The $115\ .billion tam cut, largest rated production workers appar
I : In U.S history, provides reductions ently all wanted Increased take
j .. tlv averaging 19 per cent home pay

I.t ( Revised Cost Of Living

, Index Attuned To TimesBy I

SAM DAWSONAP years. If your grocery bill has
SEALED Business News Analyst gone up more than that the

Franks NEW YORK (AP-A clue to bureau suspects that Is becauseyou
1 1l.r how Americans will use at least now buy higher quality
VACUUM PACKID part of their additional take- meats and vegetables which
I home pay thanks to the tax naturally cost more than econ
I cut Is offered today by the new omy grades; and that you spend
'much more for convenience,
cost of living index.

I m THE'mtIJ' FRANKS TENDER-SEALED WITH SIZZLED MEAT JUICES! the They'll things spend they It didn't for more buy In of precooked lot of new food.food or Also otherwise Items there or are processed new a

I l quantity a few years back. versions of old Items that

ill I C7 Now Swift's Premium Franks are Sizzle-Sealed./ The Labor Department's new tempt you
consumer price index also helps Even so, the bureau holds

-___-- = __ __ Made a brand new way In Swift's brand new clear up another mystery for that: the percentage of the fame
I -" a many citizens: How come the ily budget spent for food has
: Florida Kitchens! This is the way a frankfurter should outgo side of the family budget slipped .from_ 28.18 in .1953. ton

bel Quick sizzled to seal in all the natural meat alwaYI seems to rise more thathe 22.43 today. The new index thus
I ; old Index said It should? won't be affected as much by
EllE ID] *> goodness. Sizzle! sealing forms a tender surfaceof '. The new Index takes In Itemsat the: changes In prices of various
loom large on some family foods as in the past.
0 delicious meat juices. Gently smoked and slow budgets now but which the old The Items In today's family
= one, as last revised in 1953, budget to which the government
_--- -=-=- --= -..;;;; = = roasted to a juicy plumpness the tenderest
-- Ignored And the new one says gives more emphasis Include
juiciest franks you ever tastedl! Try some soon! that families spend a smaller housing, with hotel and motel
percentage of their Incomes rates newly added up to 33.23
now on such things as food cent from 30.17
per ; transports-
I If you can't find Swift's Premium Sizzle.Sealed Franksat than they did formerly, ai Ion, to 13.88 per cent from

your favorite food store, phone your (local though eating better; and considerably \\1,65. with autos and car servicing -
FRANKS F more on other goodsor accounting for most of the
Swift Manager, Mr. A. B. Zipperer, 6864093 services than they did when Increase; health and recreation
personal incomes were smaller up to 19.45 per cent from 18.03.
Since the price of food hasn't Some of the new spending
lone up as much In recent habits the government now
as has the cost of many fees
years acknowledges are parking ,
Heat 'em in their own Flaw-Savin'packay! goods; and services not thought college tuition, outboard motors
of as necessities the new way moving expenses golf fees,
Ploeo iimponod pocluf In of calculating the cost of livng legal sid funeral services and
boiling mttr Turn orl hoit CovorloucoiMn.
S gives a clue to where the money between-meal snacks.
lot tund to 10minutot.
oes-for new goods and serves -
o*. OaILL'aMl : or more of those once FRIENDSBELGRADE
thought of as luxrles or now-
., Hut frank In mill mount of I* Author
mono fot In tkmot Of on nd-then items Sveta Luklc was one of the
i rlddl.. Turn to brown, And since Americans have founding members when the
u ON, SIMMS* IMI tended in recent years to put "Society of Friends of the Yugoslav
Hoot fnnko In hot itotor Mot oolowtno any extra Income Into such upgrading -, Dramatic Theater" was
bolllnf point )IuK S rMnutn. of living standards, the formed here
For Host flow, rormtronooto4 additional take-home pay may Then he submitted one of his
fronko from tutor promptly well add to the volume of such ,dramatic works to the theater.

Try the dozens of delicious Sausages and Cold Cuts Hontfy, hHn ntuum Fe tar fetor on/oymont oooofo Hi Htm. demand will affect I tote same play was accepted by
made FRESH DAILY Swift'snewFlorida Kitchens.. .
,. prices or charges remains to be ,another theater called "Atelier
seen. 212."
The Bureau of Labor Statistics Now Sveta Lukic Is president '\
Available at most fine food stores In Florida The
two most trusted
words in meaf. Our 108th year. says the cost of food has I of the "Society of Friends of
risen < per cent In the last 10 ,Atelier 212."


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III> LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday March S, lilt

U.N. Committee Views I Laos Neutralization FailsBy

ANTOINE YAREO hindering the smooth operator I visit France in April. He \\',1t
% .Racial Discrimination Associated Press Writer of Laos' coalition government t t be accompanied by Souvanna.
VIENTIANE Laos w-So fa r headed by Souvanna Phouma. The bulk of aid to Souvanna't
neutralisation has been a failure .. Neutralist official uy:: government now comes from thii
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. of meanings of words In Lao -a fact which nwy, "France has become today the, United State. Neutralist or:1;,.'
'I 1 (AP) What I 11 racial discrimination But the human rights commission have tone bearing on talk abou![: only country: of the free world I dais say they are grateful fo
!I.. ? has finally achieved one making Viet Nam a neutral I which can speak with China, this aid. But they would like til
pI For weeks, experts from 11 basic agreement by defining area. Therefore we hope the Frenc I have I source of income from!
K countries and politician from racial discrimination. I Prince Souvanna Phouma, the may be able to convince the 4nother big country such as
i 18 nation have been debatinghow If the It-nation economic and,neutralist premier of Laos/said, Chinese to respect Laotian nets o France to allow Souvanna "free-
IJ Ii to eliminate discrimination' social council and the U. N.'this week the situation I Ie getting ." dom of action."
throughout the world by treaty. General Assembly ratify the worse In Lie due to "very a oHowever, these officials con In this way, these officials!
eider that the settlement of the'add without elaboration, Scj.l
The question was taken up in language, this I* the definition Ivt and powerful external presS
Laotian situation depend on vanna could maintain a truly
that will In the suns
the II-member committee of ex. appear proposed
perts on dealing with racial discrimination treaty: Both Lao and Viet Nam were settlement of the situation In neutral poation between the pro-1
: I pUll of French Indochina. The neighboring South Viet Nam. Communist Pathet Lao>> and the!
and religious Intel- "In this convention the term
:: \ Announcing I lerance. 'racial discrimination a h a II Idea of neutralizing Viet Nam,They believe Laos will continueto pro-Western right wing faction|
hat been suggested/ in Parli. I be used as a bridge to channel
After debate, they forwarded mean any distinction, exclusion
In Laos, neutralist official supplies from North VietNam LAYS CLAIM
The First a i let of recommendation to restriction or preference based ,
the Viet
Communist China has been to Cong as
color,national LOUISVILLE, Ky. f.II The
.thnicorl,1n |
on race
the: IB-nation U. N. human or
the main tumbling block In the long a* the war In Viet Nam
which has the Bluegrass state hat been the)
rights commission. This group, purpose or of effecting the neutrality continues.
Annual on which the U. S. represent effect of nullifying or impairing way the 14-nitlon birthplace of one President and I
live is Mrs. Marietta P. Tree the recognition, enjoymentor Geneva guaranteed Conference by In July 1962. Aid Te Increu. three vice presidents Another I
i represent official viewpoints.Methods exercise, on in equal footIng The neutralist officials contend President was reared In Ken-|
of human rights and fundamental Peking Behind Hanoi' that Communist China's tucky.
PROGRESSEDITION I freedom In political, "Our No. 1 enemy today Is long-term policy Is "ostensibly I Abraham Lincoln was bon
I Both bodies have debated'economic social cultural or forth Viet Nam and everybody to accept the neutralization of near Hodgenvllle. Zachary ray
'I with sometime harp disagreement any 'other field of public life." i mows that Peking Is behind this part of the world, while Its or, born in Virginia, moved tc I
I' on methods for eliminating The definition won the approval ,Hanoi" these officials lay. ultimate goal Is to communize Kentucky when less than one]
Iscrlmination-by law educa- I of such varied delega- Both Peking and Hanoi Influence it" year old.Kentucky.
!I lon, propaganda or any other I Ion* e* the United States, the I the pro-Communist France plan to increase Itsaid born vice presi. I
a mean :Soviet Union, Britain Italy :Pathet Lao faction, which has to Lao In the economic cultural dents were Richard M. Johnson
To Be Published By The I Their difference frequently! I Lebanon, Philippines, Chile I been accused of Violating till and military fields. King John C. Bracklnrldge and Alben
have. been over only fine. shades I Poland and Liberia.. ease-fir. In Laos as well ai of Savang Vathana I I. scheduled. to W. Barkley.
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I LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, March J, 1964 27 :,

The World' Qf Business I'Teachers' Group Sues Defense :!


..;; ,'. !! Department In Salary Dispute !

Lakeland :
Home Office }
aRz; wl By G. K. HODENFIELD Defense Robert S, McNamara ucation for the children of U.S.
Of New Associated Press Writer and the secretaries of the Army, military personnel.
Co. I lu4Ys WASHINGTON w The Na-. Navy and Air Force It would cost the Defense De "
t 1 Ion a I Education Association I partment about $2.1 million this
Florida newest life Insur'Hunt, vice president and agency (NEA), claiming that the Defense The overseas school system, year to pay the overseas teachers
ance company has begun operations director, are Iron Lakeland. Department has Ignored i created In 1945, Is now the nations the salaries they are sup
In the central and southeast the law and reneged on Its own I 10th largest There are posed to get he said.
portions of the state with Seigler, Vice President W. promises, has filed suit In federal .now 284 schools In 28 foreign' Carr said the overseas teachers
brisk sales activity being ex- Lamar Davis Sr. and Richard 4 3 ; court on behalf of T,OlIO I countries, with almost 7,000 educators -: have hid salary increases of
perienced, the company presi- C. Lewis, tecretary.treasurer, overseas teachers for 150000 children of 4 per cent since 195960. Had
dent reported today. are all from Fort Meade. t "t' rP At Issue Is a law passed bCongress y, U.S. military personnel abroad.LImitation they remained In Civil Service,
President Marshall B. Seigler In addition In 1959! It took the Cited I he said, their salaries would
to these men, the
laid here this morning that teachers in U.S. dependents have gone up 16 per cent.
Orange.State Life Insurance board of directors includes: schools abroad out of Civil Serve -: The NEA said the Defense Department
Co. had as of last Friday, the Kirk McKay and Lawton M. and pegged their salaries I has refused to pay the
end of the first week of sales Chilea Jr., Lakeland; W. Ralph to those of teachers in largU.S e, salaries required by the 1959.law U. S. Officer
on the ground that Congress has
than 500
more policies In force citiet.
The company began opera- Durrance, Fort Meade, and Ben The NEA charges that the DPns -, set a per.pupil limitation of $283 Killed In WarIn
tions Feb. 21. three days after Hill Griffin Jr., Frostproof. Department has failed task I a year, and this limitation doe
receiving from State Insurance I ft Commissioner J. Edwin LarsonIts : to Implement the law, and tha' The per pupil expenditure in
certificate of authority to LakelanderWill ; : teachers .and pupils In the, large U.S. cities averages $320 a SAIGON, South Viet Nam
sell all types of life and disability K overseas schools are being un.fairly ., year. (AP-American authorities re
Insurance Address : penalized. Dr. William 0 Carr, execu- ported today the death of a
tive of the NEA, tolJ
secretary third U.S. officer In
Army two
20 Agents Working d Nl t Average Pay $4,720
X Yt. a news conference, however,
UnderwritersJoseph of the
1 days war against the
Seigler Indicated that presently ; The average teacher salary that the $285 was recommended Communist Viet Cong
the company is concentratIng paid In the overseas schools I li, to Congress by the department
sales activity in Central Gandolfo, Lakeland, : about H.720, the NEA said, com, Itself. A spokesman said the American -
Florida and along the coast ad- will be one of three speaking t. pared with $6,660 in 'large U.S. The Defense Department, Carr adviser was shot Wednes-
jacent to Ft. Lauderdale. day In a skirmish 210 miles
appearing next weekat cities. said, should have asked for a
Company headquarters Is In the annual Gator Sales Con Joining the NEA in the suited higher per-pupil expenditure north of Saigon, near the Intersecting *
Lakeland-its the Only Insurance gress of the 3,200.member Florida In U.S. District Court here.are borders of South Viet
with Conditions Said Deplorable Nam, Cambodia and Laos.
company its home State Association the Overseas Education Association -
office in Polk County-and a of Life if/' 'I an NEA affiliate, and Carr said conditions in the He was the 115th American to
second office Is located in Ft. Underwriterl.Gandolro i three teachers belonging to both overseas schools art deplorable die In combat since the U.S.
HEARTENING TALK-Mtdicil ttud..t lUymonJ Muiicnlll .f St. Lasts Uni..ni ..
oo .
Lauderdale. Twenty y says | In December
are and
agents 26, ? e organizations. that more money Is urgently buildup began
working in the field from these an agent with lye t. Cspt.in! Digit a thrM-y..r>.l4 beset th.t hid tttr tuort rtmov.d for on hour end IhtnMlmplonnd defendants are Secretary of( needed. to provide sound ed 1961.
offices Pacific Mutual ", The dog lift for Horvord Unlvtraity Medical School for further .t..,. The operation -- -
"This Is fewer agents than Life Insurance wel ,ort .f study o.0..lotlOn.plent.ti.o ef Hi* htort aimed .t the .....t..ol pirminonr .schan5..f

noted we had operations, "and, anticipated, as experienced with commencing Seigler men.I I Co.ors speaking, with will share Jack hon. I tho liocrr AP WirephotolLBJ's ) ai R'1' [' 4'Iff'I] 1'1iTWILLIAMS I I

who meet our needs lire found, Daughter Rockefeller Supersonic
Quantius, Jacks -
we will ,expand the staff to DEPT. STORE OF DADE CITY :'
around 40." on v I Il1e, and 'Steals'/ Pen
Mun Charn Alters SpellingOf Transport ModelIs
Seigler disclosed the company Wong, Honolulu GANDOLFO :
began business with capital Hawaii.
amounting to $667,500 based on First Name UnveiledSAUGUS
purchases by more than 400 The Congress will appear In ALBANY, N.Y. (APAfterGov Mr. Williams decided to quit shoe business and stick to Dry
Tampa, Panama City
stockholders throughout Florida. ville and Miami on four Jsckson-I WASHINGTON (AP) President Nelson A. Rockefeller Calif. (AP-Lock-) Goods Clothing. These are all current shoes. He took pride. in

Confldenc. Indicated ,utive days and play to an esti- Johnson says he used to,signed store autographs In Newport.In Kelly'sdrug N.H.,I heed Aircraft Corp. has un- what he handled and bought the very best. Here's your chance to

"The response to our stock,mated 3,500 life Insurance men think he could spell, but his 16-'one day last month, he apparently .. veiled a model of a 2,000-mile. SAVE 30% TO 70%.
around the Kate was outstanding and women. Gandolfo currently year-old daughter has given him walked off with an em.ploye' ., an.hour plane It calls the fastest I
is president of the 150-member CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOES BY
," the president commented in the .
Lakeland Association of Life some qualms. pen.Michael entry competition to design ONE GROUP MEN'SDRESS
"I feel very strongly this is indicative Underwriters. He said Wednesday night that Paul Towey, 15,,, a U.S. supersonic transport POLL PARROT &
0 f the confidence
wrote the wished him
he knew such rules as placing"I" governor I .
Floridians have In the growthof well In the New SHOES
before "E" after Hampshire
their state and in home-state Artisans are going to dis- except : The needle-nosed model was "SCAMPEROOS"OXFORDS
"C", but his daughter corrected presidential primary and asked I
business enterprises."To mantle the mammoth shrine of for his pen back.Rockefeller put through wind tunnel tests
"C" far
him. Its 'I after as
me this is further proof Abu Simbil, built 3,000 years for newsmen I
she Is concerned. admitted nothini, aLockheed's OXFORDS
that our state Is coming of age ago out of a rocky Egyptian as.
The President made this smilIng in his reply: Rye Canyon re'
in the business and industrial cliffside for the god king Pha-
world." roah Rameses II. They will rebuild reference to the new way "I am extremely sorry to heal' search center. 399 LOAFERS
All officers of the organization It on a desert plateau in which his daughter spells her that your pen was Inadvertent! Designers say the craft
are Polk Countians overlooking the present site, name it s Luc I, instead of slipped Into my pocket and air I which has double delta wings, i MANY OTHERSODD
Col. Ed R. Bentley, chairmanof which will be flooded by watersof Lucy, the name her parents sending you under separate COy,. could carry 218 passengers and
+ the board, and C'' Eldridge the_Aswan High Dam__ gave her. er a new- one--to take its-place. fly up to 80,000 feet. 499. LOTS
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SO LAKELAND: lEDGER, Thursday March S, me t Vs/HiN I'M 0 AND WHiN IM ..BUT VvXiN I'M
Carol Lawrence Very BusyBy The

OWE SMITHX read and regain my perspec V j w

HOI I YWOOD (AP) Carol Ive," she lays Stars

I Lawrence is a busy little body "That's the most Important
these days frantically trying to thing In the world to mo-per-
keep up with the career surge spectlve Figuring out what I I
brought on by her role in the want, what I'm willing to do for ImpelBy
musical drama "West Side it, and assessing what I'm doing :
Story now. I've got to keep reading,
thinking, learning new thins -
"And you know what? the
says, ".I'm dead on tiy feet about life-or Just about my Carroll (lighter scm'x.esotrfOrummer
\ woRO TNt
raven.haired beauty droops visibly "It's really hard to say which scu1ID NOT rwoCONQUERED HIM! PIP K3U HIS < ThE PHANTOM- -
just thinking about It. aspect of the business I love the THE PHMTCM NOT AU SEE THAT 2 AM HIS/ AIASTK. I THAT I RUIEMHtSRACr'
I of Wambesidestroyed
She has been touring and appearing most-dancing, singing, or actIng tlr.
on television as I singer I started as a dancer of THURSbAY, MARCH 5, 1K4 -
and dancer. course, but as I get older (she'
She Is also busy being a new all of 29 now), the dancing will I GENERAL TENDENCIES: tabliihed at home If you i Phsnfom-
Ivwed She and actor singer probably be the first thing to Only by the use of tact, system choose words carefully and f ,_ / Is newrvlerof
and real self- don't criticize much. Help
subtlety so
Robert Goulet were marriedlast go. Then, I suppose, the voice ; 4rg ?!
control can troubles close tie who Is distressed. 411
August. So far their career So I guess I'll have to rely on you .
now possible if are Antagonizing only makes matters N'
demands have postponed a honeymoon -acting to carry me over the long you Jungle..
haul. too forward and too demanding worse.
of the things want LIBRA 23 Oct. 22)) i
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But after I close here (the
"But at that I'm lucky. No
the most. Show all with whom Although you may be In the
Cucoanut Grove) on the 8th I
trains hard
performer as as a come In contact that refrain
you best
you right, it is to
just have one show to do for tel. dancer. Dancing teaches you
are philosophical and have from making unnecessary,
evislon, and then I'm to
going things about other aspects of
the patience to await more critical comments. Impress
rest_ I plan. to .just. relax_ and performing that you simply do favorable time to act definitely. others favorably. Don't strut
not run across any other way. i so much otherwise take s-;

DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN i And It keeps you in good physical ARIES (March 21 to April acting lessons. + i NeY 1 AM
condition much longer than THE FOR8IDOENFRUIT'
?.IS ...SHOW 7.00 'most people. 19) This Is not the right dayto SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. r SNAKBq j
look into new outlets, since 21) While you may think that b fJUAfHt3
Tonight Th. Night, I "Not too long ago Bob and I others are depending on you person you have been supporting
T. Co Out T. A M..i.fTONIGHT were with Harry Belafonte at a for promised work. Be stead- is self-sustaining now, TELLS

:Peace Corps camp in Puerto fast. Limitations sometimes you find you must still be
I Rico. They had an obstacle help to make one stronger generous. Be patient Get financial
'course there ropes to climb, TAURUS (April 20 to May affairs on more se-
:slack ropes to walk across and to follow basis
20) It's all right cure
all that and they asked me if
your hunches, provided you SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to
I'd like It. I'll do
try any .

first check on practical Dec 21) Being the
BIG TRIPLI BILL' thing once, so I did. And !I peacemaker
pects of affairs ahead. You the true friend is -' .leer"
ALL COLOR SHOW I passed the whole thing first your ., (
must produce practical proof. role today. Don't with
AT 7:00: ONLY! time. They were amazed! And argue
BOBBY RYDELL In they said passing the course Don't take chances or there others, be charming with all.
: II loss Avoid social nonsense In f"M
qualified me for assignment to
; DARK"At Peru! So you see, I'm in pretty GEMINI (May 21 to June A fight might ensue.CAPRICORN = I THAT INTERVIEW -SHOULD- 'AVE lar
good shape, don't you' think?" 21) Be careful not to exhort (Dec. 22 to AID '
At 005 II." associates to act too quicklyon Tan. 301 Better concentrate job GONE FOR LAST FRIDAY THE

some matter on which they on work ahead, of- you and 1 (;jJjq E FRIDAY BEFORE -- 0YOU ; 1 ,'

New : are carefully deliberating avoid the limelight. There 't# WANT ME T'GO AGAIN .. ,ay +
This could bring loss to youas could be trouble in world of = t THIS FRIDAY ? t
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well. Concentrate on workat "
lB' activity. Get bills paid first. Id

10W"'OWII hand. Stop criticizing higher-up. ''y > )' fi
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NOW SHOWINGGREGORYLToNY 22 to July 21) Instead of working 19) Keeping promises made ,

.:40 Only" so hard and getting fellow and getting work done is better
SHIRLEY JONES in workers flustered as well, than seeking new play S A,. r
"A TICKLISH go at It in a steady, level mates now. A boss could get
AFFAIR' PECKCURTIS way Improve your health tonight. very angry with you otherwise
Relieve nervous tensions He who leaves the old

LAST and success Increases. for the new is often fooled.
i. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21)By PISCES (Feb. 20 to March

CARLOAD+I vS-tN BARGAIN NITI NIT[ 1 your being fine talents imperious are where concerned 20) .While in partners you have, don't great interest Interfere -. i I Interview With Bette Davis Not So Bad I

At T 00 A ..... t. l you lose the respect, In their problems
RICHARD BURTON In of big.wigs. Courtesyand Permit them to show their :
"BRAMBLE BUSH" in the support gentility Instead bring excellent mettle In solving same Get By DAVE SMITH Method acting, for Instance. By this time Miss Davis,' whois that: unless you can do t Bette ;.

In Color hilarious, heartwarming results. Turn away ire. busy on bookkeeping records.IF HOLLYWOOD (AP-If you'renew Stanislavsky was essentially S.feet.314 and weighs 122 Davis Imitation you're practically -
the right, of course," she "An pounds seems to have swelled dead in show biz.
adventures el VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22) YOUR CHILD IS BORN to Hollywood beat, you says.
M Id Only'
Al.Tiny Curtis In Greater harmony can be es- TODAY he or she will don't Just waltz up to Bette actor must have a method. But to about five times her normal Does she mind the imitations? ;
"Th Groat Impa...," be one of those clever young- Davis and say "HI, Bette. there are method actors todaywho've size,'so that she dominates the "No. In fact I used to worry 1'.
011 Friday Only sters who quickly sees what; What's up?" strayed far from what room from passionate heights that I wasn't impressive enough
Before within Stanislavsky meant. They are You ask, "Okay, so what's
ItI\ others are doing or haveIn you ever get to be imitated, and I was relieved
of her so subjective in a role, they impose method?" and she defltttes
iIiimLAST ntaM.COi.OftANGIE FISHDINNER mind and could easily mix gunshot house, her manager your when they started. Only
asks what their personal selves gradually, sinks back In her
In where not concerned. Early you want to talk uponit now some of the imitators Imitate
NIT DICKINSON teach to be more deliberate, to her about and then he'll see so much, that they create virtual chair, lights a cigarette and other Imitators instead of
AO 011/00 analytical. Give the finest "If she can find time"So ya different play every spits out: "Oh I just do it. I "
:no P... N,1e BOBBY DARIN education possible and the you wonder-"What'll she night I according to how they don't bleed and die, I just do it.
All. Color, Pr.0ram_ field of Investigation would be do, pull the Baby Jane bit and I feel. And pray to God."
N fOR00t IN- LOc
ALL YOU roast slow fire if 1 1 I "They work hard at being A of Girls
.t T 00 W th ideal here, whether your progeny me over a so mounting pile cigarette Attempt
Shown R.w.t 1120 CAN EAT! Is a boy or a girl. aound stupid?"-and you makeup I the character that they lose butts moves you to comment or:
"UP PERISCOPE"rlU EXTRA! something that sounds hall i their audience right away. the U.S. surgeon general'smoking 'I
0000.? Liston-Cloy ECKERD DRUG STORE The St. Louis River which fright He reports to headquarters "Real theater cannot merely report. Long Trip Toe

PLUS aT IM: ONLY Championship I rises In Minnesota, \Is the she finds time, and you I be life. It must make the link Dismisses Report
"HORSE SOLDIER"'ohn .. Fight Film Grove Pk. Shopping Center source of the SL Lawrence,are brought in, as If on a tray,,, between the life In the play and See BeatlesMOBILE
w. River system. 'to be made a meal of. the life In the audience, so that "1 think I'd die if I quit," shsays I

---- I You needn't have worried. your audience can identify and dismissing the smoking re
empathize with It. port with a toss of the head. Ala. (AP) Two
-i GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTERDOORS Conversation FastA "twice I tried to quit. Instead l girls-buggy over the Beatles-
conversation with Miss3avl A Vital Part I I knit. Which I hated. But it'the shad I their dreams exterminated

is fast furious and friendly. "And you must remember hands, you see. I've got to, today.
It starts before you even get that the audience a vital partof have something for them to do. With an album of Bead records ,
THE CROWDS TELL THE STORY! in the room, runs hell-for-leather the experience of real theater So I smoke." two bacon sandwiches

OPEN while you're there and continues You must not make a role Miss Davis Is noted for more I and two small cardboard boxes
until you're halfway up so private and personal that you than the vehemence of bet. of clothing, the girls-Identified
DAILY i' TOM JONES the driveway Only you wind up forget you have an audience to smoking, however. Her clipped,, only as Fay 14, and Dawn, IS-.
12.45 HELD OVER talking about everything but play to, project to and be re- declarative style of speaking ii I set out from their coastal Mi.y .-
what you went there for. sponsible tD." so popular a subject of parod: ussippi town for Liverpool England

YOU'LL LOVE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIICOME Fay had drawn her life savings .

of S289.07 from the bank
TOM JONES 1 0 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS IN TODAY and with her friend planned to
get a Job in Washington, D.C.,
;# TOO !rI : to finance the rest of the trip.

AND GET YOUR FREEl:5., : tJLt.; ., their About goal 2,920 to see miles the short famed of

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AR ABBY: We have been married 42 year and are DEAR LOVES DOGS: If you haven't already done so, tell I \\AACK 0/rHeus.A -\ RELAX, I WE.'RE. NOT"I>oI '

our sixties. My husband hat always been a ladies' your parents and they will certainly take It up with the school DEARP.P YUaucr NOWII ]
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but the older he gets, the worse he gets He has to authorities. The bus driver should have stopped and done NOW THAT- rBUT
h woman doctor a woman barber, and he will never what he could to help the poor animal. Had the bus driver / I icTcw '\

I nan wait on him In a store If he can get a woman to been alone the crime would not have been less but to have c GREATEST KISSER-- YoLIRSLalls IN JO/ !! Q 9or.

[ If a neighbor woman drops In to visit with me evens set such a poor example for school children Is Inexcusable. PlASEII NOT

;j i busy outside, he comes right in and takes over, and IN puBLIC f:

.e om get a word In. Also when the most Innocent rem DEAR ABBY At Christmastime I gave my boy friend == t)'ir

Sis made, his eyes light up he gets a dirty smirk on a leather wallet and a pair of, silver cuff links. He gave mea ,-
uce and he twists It around to make It sound smutty. I
ball point pen with the name of an Insurance company on u
. a |t the end of my rope. Does this happen to All men It. For Valentine's Day I gave him a 12 by 14 tinted pictureof 1

w hey get on In years? myself In a real pretty frame and he didn't give me any

DIRTY OLD MAN'S WIFE thing. What gives? \ll

.. [DEAR WIFE No. Your husband could be more than a KATHY 1. c .+.

"dirty old man." He could be a skk one. Doctors nave wen
DEAR KATHYt Not boy friend.
your ---- -
this type and one should see yours soon! .


- EAR ABBY: Today while I was on the school bus, the DEAR ABBY: The item In your column, "Confidentialto IS NOT DOING 50 SEEM TO BE GONE. THAT AWFUL COSTUME

bill river hit a dog. All of us kids told him about It, and Buffalo Bill, Do not resent growing old It Is t privilege MOTHER ARE AND CHILD WELL.if SHE APPEARS LISTLESS OFF HER AND GET MER
- all' said was "I am aware of that. Abby he didn't even denied to many" hit me hard, Abby. I am a year-old O KAYn BUT SHE WON'T. ONE LET TOUCH ANY- CLOTHES

atOp to see if the dog was dead or not. Up until' now I have widow with two small children, 6 and 8. My husband was \ HER.

always thought of this bus driver as a nice person. Now I 27 years old when he died of electric shock at his job If Ur, f I

don't want to look at him. None of us kids could:l do a thing. people only knew how lucky they were to have each other I Y ? a : 13Tr

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I'7a-MU..ca Inerlu/e'' LANN.EY A f f..JNGaTEVO | '..AN! *' re!* {WCTSTRIKINi / CAN SE PEt flRrI YOU DIDNYJuer HAVIPLOVSD
11,tft-TM ..m.,ocon. do so at no cost. WHAT DO NINTH AND TWnLPris ARraj : ) A+IYWHERn. A PtTEt Lilt l4 WITH StoiRAL
TOMOMOWI A/tt.NOON The booth will be operated by HAVEN The expected to enforce the new YCJ LNOW ABOUT FORCU DO TOO 153 OVaRALL AIC'ur 60000 CENT Fdli.1 4BV SNLSNEYTHS 5005 HONCHO
orS In5Nluddas the society and Dr. Frank De Commission has ...t THE TACTIAL A R WORK IOC P01551141. PSRSONNSL AND II $5050 TO OPSRATS re* to OP TAG P
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a.00-C.n..1 ...." the Florida Game and Fresh Steele said that only three UNIT I
'111-NNpM: :.:cHnN will make the tests WITHOUT PURTHna F
I .. Water Fish Commission the
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.:2 --'''.''C..enane C.r..t WMea monthly meeting, scheduled for word to enforce a commercial renewed their licenses, and
a'.e-ou ban In the lakesIn
. ..le--h'Y"_ 0"Iwlw.a rI.mIY ''' March 19, will not be held due fishing noted that no fishermen were I
'. ro. Winter Haven as soon as J Jm I Ir
'det e. ,d..eo.Whr..a-Th..._."..Nwta ... to the work at the exposition. the paper work I Is completed. on hand today to protest the ,,r ;, !

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Wallace Calls Commissioner Highes Steele, nounced at the last commie. ,

,,. CAUGHT WITH RED TANK I will also prohibit trot line slots meeting, that the ite .

,.. CHICAGO (AP) A red dye I TV Debate fishing the lakes. was to be placed on the ogee
belonging to For Steele said
added to gasoline at the commission da.
1M New York State's Public Works meeting yesterday that

Department may end pilferage. MONTGOMERY. AU (AP- the number of $5 license fees

A trade magazine Fleet Owner Gov. George Wallace has called paid for trot line fishing Is OH MISS BARTENDER

.. reports that even a drop of for a nationwide televised debate greatly exceeded by the people DECATUR Ill (AP) A CKM ivr Ma PUT rr 6URO WGRI A

the gasoline containing the dye on the pending civil rights who pay to fish here as a women In Decatur at least 2 s TM RUNNING CET OFF! THIS WAV. AMyONB WHO LOT OF THGM
. pleasure He also said that of now tend baThe NOT WANTS TO 6TAY FRiENPS
' under fluorescent light. bill. years age may
will glow A BUS' BET Off '
" The prevention of the theft is I In telegrams to the presidentsof the trot lines were dangerousto City Council repealed ll ll'I AMP WALK: py WITH MD NAD BETTER BET

\0 aimed at workers who draw cans the National Broadcasting swimmers and water ski restriction on bartending b occfa

\. of gasoline for field equipment Co., Columbia Broadcasting System ers women. t 3

r.oo and divert them to private cars.I' and American Broadcasting The city attorney Peter The ordinance adopted I x

, Co, Wallace suggested Tuesday Kalogridis was instructed to January, 1959 permitted onl y r r v ( r
.. that the networks sponsor draw up an ordinance to prohibit those women who are aver tId O

e A-l RADIO such a debate. commercial and trot line ,licensees or wives of licensee = cillI < r

," i TV SERVICE The governor said he I Is convinced fishing in the area lakes. As to be bartenders.

-. there is "an appallingand soon as the measures are pre The original ordinance wa JlhtQ
,. ,. It. M- '
'U f hMY ... 't. astonishing lack of know pared and the Florida Game ,passed because male bartender a I I I l l /V
ta .-.. M MU a smrum
'i '.e .. n..<* ,ledge" about Jhe civl rights and Fresh Water Fish Com- [thought the lower paid waitress* It
,legislation. 4 mission Is notified the city Is would be taking their jobs.

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Carol Lawrence Very BusyBy r = The

DAVE SMITHx' read and regain my perspective S

HOLLYWOOD (AP) Carol ," she says. I Stars

Lawrence is a busy little body "That's the most Important
these days, frantically trying to thing in the world to mo-per.
keep up with the career surge spectlve Figuring out what I
brought on by her role In the want, what I'm willing to do for Impel

musical drama "West Side it, and assessing what I'm doing ,1 ,
Storv" now. I've got to keep reading dlldr

And YOU know what?" she thinking learning new thing r

says, "I'm I dead on Tiy feet., about life-or just about my By Carroll Righter TRD 77IE Neset7BOEd AIT/
Soo-o-o tired. The dark eyed, WAS DARN-' MET me PHANTOM, MD ZWE you ARE Jnn i ctsno/co
raven-haired beauty droops visibly 'It's' really hard to say which Ll7ULD NOT FINDCONQUrRED HIM! DID 1W hit < THE PHANTOM- PrummerJungle-
just thinking about It. aspect of the business I love the THEPNANTClnNOTALC ore THAT IAM NI9 MASTER I THAT I RULE WafJbesidestroyed
She has been touring and appearing most-dancing, singing or acting MASTER! : .
on television as a singer I started as a dancer, of THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1IM -
and dancer course, but as I get older (sne'i
She Is also busy being a new all of 29 now), the dancing will GENERAL TENDENCIES: tablished at home If you phsntom-
Only by the use of tact, choose words carefully: and 1 i
Ivwed She and actor linger probably be the first thing togo system is newMer
Then I the voice. subtlety and real self- don't criticize so much. Help {
Robert Goulet were married suppose st
control can replace troubles close tie who is distressed. y of 411
last August. So far their career So I guess I'll have to rely on you 1'N
now possible if are Antagonizing only makes mat.
demands have postponed a honeymoon acting to carry me over the long you
haul. too forward and too demandIng ters worse. -
of the things you want LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) AK ..
"But after I close here the
"But at that, I'm lucky; No t ee
the most Show all with whom
Although be In the tYSNAKE.
Cocoanut Grove) on the 8th I you may
performer trains as hard as a
come In contact that s 1
you you right, it is best to refrain
just have one show to do for television dancer. Dancing teaches you
are philosophical and have
from making unnecessary,
and then I'm torest
things about other aspects of
the patience to await more critical comments. Impress
I plan to)just relax and performing that you simply do
favorable time to act definitely others favorably. Don't strutso
not run across any other way. take
much otherwise
I And It keeps In good physical + y
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN you ARIES (March 21 to April acting lessons. .
condition much than
flj -SHOW TOO: most:people. longer 19) This is not the right day SCORPIO (Oct. 21 to Nov. + TNEFCRBIDDENb
to look Into new outlets, sinceothers 21) While you may think that FRUIT' N
Tonight The Night' "Not too long ago Bob and I are depending on you have been supporting fJHO
person you
T* G. CM T. A M..IITONIGHT were with Harry Belafonte at a for promised work Be steadfast is sustaining now, TELLSMB.

Peace Corps camp in Puerto Limitations sometimes you find you must still be
Rico They had an obstacle help to make one stronger generous. Be patient. 'Get financial J .

course there ropes to climb, TAURUS (April 20 to May affairs on more secure
m& slack ropes to walk across and 20) It'. all right to follow basis
all that and they asked me if
your hunches, provided you SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to
I'd like to try It. I'll do anything
check practical aspects
first on
Dec. 21) Being the peacemaker
1 I
once, so I did. And
ALL COLOR SHOWI! passed the whole thing first of affairs ahead. You the true friend, is your .jkst
AT 7:00: ONLY! time They were amazed! And must produce practical proof role today. Don't argue with
Don't take chances or thereIs be with all.
BOBBY RYDELL In they said passing the course others, charmjng:
; "DISNEYLANDAFTER loss Avoid social nonsense in i'M.
qualified me for assignment to
: DARK"till Peru! So you see, I'm in pretty GEMINI (May 21 to June A fight might ensue.CAPRICORN INTERVIEW I SHOULD AVE : "'"
21) Be careful not to exhort Dec. 22 to '
good shape, don't you' think? ( '
: .17,41 11.00 : associates to act too quicklyon Jan. 20) Better concentrateon A g BONE FOR LAST FRIDAY ANf THE t

some matter on which they work ahead of you and FRIDAY BEFORE--tfyTJ v t AI

\ are carefully deliberating. avoid the limelight. There M WANT ME T'GO AGAIN v ,
rge"-- This could bring loss to workat you could be trouble In world of I ._., D THISInterview FRIDAY ? '?' '
well. Concentrate on
as activity. Get bills paid first. L 'Pt. it"'s't
I Stop criticizing higher-up. '
MOON CHILDREN (June AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. I t
NOW SHOWINGGREGORYLToNY' Instead of workIng J / Il y UqYtt' y's, t F W 1 r Iro
22 to July 21)) 19) Keeping promises made \
Al 14 Only so hard and getting fellow and getting work done Is bet ., + .v y

SHIRLEY JONES In workers flustered as welt ter than seeking new playmates .
"A TICKLISH go at It In a steady level now A boss could get
AFFAIR" PECK /CURTIS way Improve your health tonight very angry with you otherwise
Relieve nervous tensions I He who leaves the old

and success Increases for the new Is often fooled.
NITE LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) PISCES (Feb. 20 to March
Itaala-" IIin By being Imperious where I, 20) While you have great Interest
CARLOAD BARGAIN NITI your fine talents are con In partners, don't Interfere With Bette Davis Not So Bad m

At 7:00 A IP:II cerned, you lose the respect la their problems. ,
RICHARD BURTON I la support of big.wigs. Courtesyand Permit them to show their
"BRAMBLE BUSH" the gentility Instead bring excellent mettle In solving same. Get By DAVE SMITH Method acting, for Instance By this time Miss Davis,' who that unless you can do a Belts

In Color hilarious, heartwarming results. Turn away Ire busy on bookkeeping records. HOLLYWOOD (AP-If you'renew 'Stanislavsky was essentially i. 5feet-34! and weighs 122 Davis Imitation you're practical.
AIN' At in: only adventures of VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN to the Hollywood beat you right of course," she says "An rounds, seems to have swelled ly dead In show bil.I .
Tony Curtis' In Greater harmony can be es- TODAY he or she will don't just waltz up to Bette actor must have a method. But to about five times her normal I Does she mind the Imitations?
"Th Greet ImpoiUr"FILMLAND be one of those clever youngsters Davis and laY "HI, Bette. there are method actors todaywho've size ao that she dominates the i "No. In fact I used to worry
Friday Only who quickly sees what What's up?" strayed far from what room from passionate heights that I wasn't Impressive enough
others haveIn Before you ever jet within I Stanislavsky meant. They are You ask, "Okay, so what's
It Is are doing or to: be imitated, and I was re-
_COLOR FISHDINNER mind and could easily mix gunshot of her house her mnn. so subjective In a role, they impose your method?" and she deflates lieved when they started. Only
in where not concerned. Early ager asks what you want to talk I their personal selves upon gradually, sinks back in her now some of the Imitator Imitate
LAST HITS AN 1 DICKINSON teach to be more deliberate, to her about and then he'll se! it so much, that they create vlr chair lights a cigarette and other imitators Instead of
40110000BOBBY analytical. Give the finest "If she can find time"So tuall ya different play every spits out: "Oh I just do It. I m."
Mo P... M,to DARIN education possible and the you wonder-"What'll sh I night I according to how they don't bleed and die I just do It.
All Color' Program field of Investigation would be do pull the Baby Jane bit'anc I feel And pray to God."
mown .t 7'M Walt N aorta a10wtreEXTRA ALL 'YOU 69 Ideal here, whether your progeny roast me over a slow fire if ;I I I "They work so hard at being A mounting pile of cigarette Girls Attempt
Partial II....( sill EAT! sound ?" and male the that lose butts to
CAN Is a boy or a girl. stupid you character they moves you comment on I
"UP PERISCOPE"Janwo up something that sounds hal f their audience right sway the U.S. surgeon general's

QarnopPLUI LI.ton.Clay ECKERD DRUG STORE The St. Louis River which bright. He reports to headquarters Real theater cannot merely smoking report. Long Trip To

AT tlO ONLY Championship Grove Pk. Center I rises In Minnesota, is the she finds time, and yoi 1 be life. It must make the link Dismisses Report"I
"HORSE SOLDIER"Jeltn Fight Film Shopping source of the Su Lawrence are brought in, as if on a trayto between the life In the play and See Beatles
Way" River system be made a meal of. the life in the audience, so that think I'd die If I quit," she
-- You needn't have worried. your audience can identify and says, dismissing the smoking report -'
empathize with It. with a toss of the head. MOBILE Ala. (AP) Two
GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER Conversation FastA 'Twice I tried to quit Instead girls-buggy ovv.. the Beatles-

conversation: with Mist I A Vital Part I 1 knit. Which I hated, But it's 1 had their dreams exterminated

DavIs la fast furious and friendly ,. "And' you must remember the hands, you see I've got to today.
It starts before you even gei t t that the audience a vital part have something for them to do. With an album of Beatle records
DOORSTILE CROWDS TELL THE STORY :In the room, runs hell-for-leath- of the experience of real theater So I smoke"Miss two bacon sandwichesand

OPEN I I er while you're there and continues You must not make a role Davis Is noted for more two small cardboard boxes
until you're halfway u p I so private and personal that you than the vehemence of her of clothing, the girls Identified

:: : [ TOM JONES HELD OVER j: le driveway. Only you wind uf I forget you have an audience to smoking however Her clipped, only as Fay 14, and Dawn, 15-
12:4.J, talking: about everything but t: play to project to and be responsible declarative style of speaking Isso set out from their coastal Mitissippi -
what you went there for. to." popular a subject_ of parody town for Liverpool Eng

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TOM JONES 1 0 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS. I I COME IN TODAY ;l 1' and get a with of job$289.07 her In Washington friend from planned the, D.C.bank to, I

TOO I ; to finance the rest of the trip.

I AND GET YOUR FREE .('' \: their About goal 2,920 to see miles the short famed of

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Abigail Van Buren mail.


I AR ABBY: We have been married 42 yean and are DEAR LOVES DOGS: If you haven't already done so, tell Etf L n' \\BMtMTHEUSA. -] RELAX i r"N;

. our sixties.. My husband hat always been a ladies' your parents and they will certainly take It up with the school ,ptt Yon DEAR lE NOW} !

put the older he gets, the worse he gets. He hal to authorities. The bus driver should have stopped and done NOW THAT XDU KNOW YOU'RE. M' FOLKS AR! BLI ,

h 1 woman doctor, a woman barber and he will never what he could to help the poor animal. Had the bus driver ENGAGED THE WORLD'S AWAY.? /' l'(

1 nan wait on him In a itore !if he can get a woman to been alone, the crime would not have been less, but to have C GREATEST KISSERENJOY :-Q \ \ o

[ If a neighbor woman drops In to visit with me, even set such a poor example for school children Is Inexcusable. PLEASE!! NOT YOURSLFUNPUBLICf

I I busy outside, he comes right In and: takes over, and ae

I m get a word In. Also, when the most Innocent re- ..
DEAR ABBY: At Christmastime I gave my boy frienda
I Is made his eye light up, he gets a dirty smirk on = c
leather wallet and a pair of, silver cuff links He gave mea ;" JIpuiilrniw
II ice and he twists It around to make It sound smutty Iat
ball point pen with the name of an Insurance company on !'!'! u
the end of Does this happen to All\
I my rope. men it. For Valentine's Day I gave him a 12 by 14 tinted pictureof
wheli hey get on In ?
years myself in a real pretty frame, and he didn't give me any
thing. What gives?
I (DEAR WIFE No. Your husband could be more than a

I "dirty old man." He could be a sick one. Doctors nave seen KATHY
this' and should DEAR KATHY Not your' boy friend.
type, one see yours soon! ---- -

EAR ABBY Today while I was on the school bus, the DEAR ABBY: The Item !In your column "Confidentialto IS NOT DOING SO SEEM TO BS CONE. THAT AWFUL COSTUME

b driver hit a dog. All of us kids told him about It, and Buffalo Bill; Do not resent growing old. It Is a privilege MOTHER AND CHILD WELL. SHE APPEARS LISTLESS. OFF HER AND GET HER

ell': said was, "I am aware of that. Abby, he didn't evenstop denied to many" hit me hard, Abby I am a 2d-year-oid ARE BUT SHE WON'T LCTANV- INTO CLOTHES SOME DECENT

to see if the dog was dead or not. Up until now 1 havealwaYI widow with two small children, S and S. My husbAnd was v v ONE HER.r TOUCH.

thought of this bus driver as a nice person. Now I 27 years old when he died of electric shock at his Job If

loat want to look at him None of us kids could do a thing. people only knew how lucky they were to have each other! U n aNt' f' ;

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used for taking blood sugar

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will also prohibit trot line meeting, that the Item
AP A red dye In the lakes.
CHICAGO ( ) fishing lAo
'For TV Debate was to be placed on the agen -
added to gasoline belonging to Steele said at the commission iii;

New York State's Public Works meeting yesterday that da.

Department may end pilferage I MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP- the number of $3 license fees

A trade magazine Fleet Owner Gov. George Wallace has called paid for trot line fishing Is OH, MISS BARTENDER -

reports that even a drop of for a nationwide televised debate greatly exceeded by the people DECATUR. III. (AP) All OK*, LIT Ma PUT RTMHi
the gasoline containing the dye on the pending civil rights who pay to fish here as a women in Decatur at least 21 CWOM6ITOFF/ WA'y..ANYONB WHO SUZI WGRB A

will glow Under fluorescent light. bill.In pleasure. He also said that years of age now may tend bar. c' TM A 8US//NOT RUNNING GET Off e' WANTS '10 STAY FRIGNDS LOT OP TTaiAAa

The prevention of the theft is telegrams to the presidentsof the trot lines were dangerous The City Council repealed a AND WALK; WITH ME HAD BETTER 6ET

aimed at workers who draw cans the National Broadcasting to swimmers and water ski restriction on bartending by; pUU OFF!

of gasoline for field equipmentand Co, Columbia Broadcasting System I ers. women. t

divert them to private can. and American Broadcasting The city attorney Peter The ordinance, adopted I In y

OOOCO Co., Wallace suggested Tues Kalogridis was Instructed to January, 1959 permitted only
jjociuAl day that the networks sponsor draw up an ordinance to prohibit those women who are tavern t

RADIOs such a debate commercial and trot line licensees or wives of licensees

TV SERVICE I The governor said he I M con fishing In the area lakes. As !to be bartenders. : ..wIIIIPt-.

.- M. --. Ovnar vinced there Is "an appalling soon as the measures are pre The original ordinance wa ,
t pone. I. and astonishing lack of know. Florida Game
pared and the passed because male bartender
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ay ,MU..... a P.... PI_ ledge"" about the civl rights and Fresh Water Fish Commission I thought the lower paid waitress 1 1'
{legislation. 4 i is notified the city Is would be taking their jobs. t 1 I n itUKELAND

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'Jfr1I Arms
"z. ." :., Ailing

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Ii Ailing arms and a squad cot Idea Of stopping your pitching

!iYr' test shared top billing y.aterdllY because your arm hurts.

(ff al the Detroit Tigers opened "Certainly your\ arm will hurt
their drill with a full complement ) "
hundred or so
of player at Henley Fielc when you throw a I..;.

Tomorrow at noon a 9-lnnin pitches. That's t strain on your
: squad contest in on tap with arm. It's no different now thanit cone: OUTsWINGIG

2 Fritz Fisher and Joe spars was a year ago."
aIj each tabbed for six Innings and Doug Gallagher has been lifltifitr' sad free
Jack Hamilton and Dick Ega sidelined all spring and he Is sad <'milr aro.psOPEN
Arizona State finishing up. There will be m no In the doubtful category while
admission charge for the exhibltlon Bob Dustal has also come up
..Another squad game is tentatively with I sore arm 8:30 A.M.-11:00 P.M.

on tap for Sundaj But Frank Lary hobbled for RENTAL (LUllfM@
There will be no squad contest two seasons by an arm ailment
Saturday to permit Florida worked out briefly this week and
Nears WAC TitleBy Southern and University of FlorIda more than pleased Manager
to play at 3:25: p.m. Chuck Drtssen, The Tiger man )
Don Mossl was hit by an ager said it was aa loose an
Ij P r ailing elbow and sidelined yes effort by Lary as he's teen
TED MEIER and clinched at least a tie for tarda,. His status Is In doubtespecially Daily drills will continue until

Associated Press Sports Writ r the WAC crown. Only New Mexico since the lefthand the Tigers open their season CENTER
can tie them and the Lobos er has been sidelined before blan Saturday, March 14 here against
Only a month ago the Arizor a
must defeat Brigham Young tonight 4 \ ailing arm. Minnesota. 1740 New Tampa Hwy.
State Sun Devils didn't seem I tl o obtained from I
and Utah on Saturday I 10I Ed Rakow,
have a chance to repeat a I r 685-0613
do that. In that of Kansas City in the Rocky Cola-
All_ event a flip FHA VA
of the I
a coin will decide the WAC entry vito deal reported he hurt harm MORTGAGI LOANS Jamie Jackion,

letic Then Conference., overnight, the Sun DrUs ,_ for the NCAA Iou"amentt LIKI THIS AI Ktlliu, Dtrrait's brilliant right flaMar' talks ever III. art of ..ttl". with his" has over a sore a year arm.ago But and Rakow he ell FIRT MORTGAGI CORP. Golf Prafeislonol

regained the touch thi that determines the nationals MW taammar. Dan Damarar, nahr duns l a yairaraVi lint full M u.et workoyl for the Darralr' Tlr' (. shrugs it off: "I don't buy this .tmvici Or n FLORIDA ou* DUIIN..S"

made them one o f the nation: champion. 0.", ..., was obtained' from Hit PhllodalpM' Phllllii In rta Jim lunnina' "..,. H. li .,.... for m*. .,,::M'u sour pa.a.a.IolI4 a.
top college basketball team:I Odds lacer Them tar field duty for Datra.r with I'll. Iratan movinf t. (.ft sad Kalln. ttarliif In Kit right field' domain. I Car Club
Actually the odds favor the Sports
year. ., Hshss1.Handball.
ILeoI, Bkafa ay
They defeated Arizona 724 I Sun Devils. There has been I
Wednesday night for their lit t speculation that the Lobos, hop Schedules RallyThe

victory In their last 12 start I. ng for I bid lo the NIT, will: College Cager '
paM up the NCAA. If the Sun Injury Imperial Polk County
Evansville Wins Devils make It. their first Sports; Car Club is sponsoring

NCAA test would be agalns Of Year Would a rally Sunday.Registration .
Final AP Poll Utah State at Eugene, Ore.. will be from 5- I 1 I

next Tuesday. 5:45: p.m. and the first car will

EVANSVILLE. Ind. (AP) -. The Princeton Tigers and the Sidelines ZimmerBy Rather Teach be off the line at ( p.m. The
Connecticut Huskies did make
The coach of the nation's No. 1 I starting point will be the South-
it to the NCAA Wednesf .'r
basketball tear, tourney gate Shopping Center on S. i
small allowed college himself a moment o f l day. Princeton retained the Ivy MURRAY CHASS As a result Zimmer heads COLUMBUS Ohio (APThenaUon' Florida Avenue

satisfaction with the rating today League championship with a Associated Press Sports Writer, the rapidly growing list of play No 1 collegiate eager, Anyone owning a sports Of
but he was concentratini; I 768 edge over Penn. Connecticut Veteran Infielder Don Zlra ers hurt in the early stages of Gary Lee Bradds of Ohio State, compact; car Is eligible to enter.
Rhode Island (1 60n
on the NCAA tournament mer, who attracts: Injuries liki spring training The 33-year-old is more interested In junior high Ml entrants will need a pencil
a Yankee Conference playoff draws fists,, Senator Is set for a watch flashlight, f
The Evansville Purple Aces John Wayne's jaw Washington school teaching and coaching Writing tablet, ,
Princeton now meets Virginia $5
voted No. 1 In The Assoclatec I can't even find refuge from his our-to-slx week Involuntary than In a professional basket- ind a navigator.
Press' final amall-college: poll, Military and Connecticut of opposes NCAA- nearly perennial plague on a rest with a broken left hand. ball career. Trophies will be awarded the __,
: Temple as an
home tonight handball court.Dodger More Hurt finishers overall.
open tourney play The All-America took It In first three
State 01 r tripleheader at Philadelphia Joining Zimmer on the InJured -
against Jackson stride when Informed he had
Mississippi In the NCAA Grea,. Monday, report Wednesday, among >een.named by The Associated PtsNTsY
In other games St. Joseph's Peers W'DN"DAY"...... ,...
others, were pitcher Gary Press the of D Th. A_
Regional.The as college payer
Lakes finished the easor I Pa., NIT-bound, lost to Dayton Players of the Chicago White Sox he ..I....POUT CM*-H>r .."' w, a//
Aces 8-71 In overtime while NIT. year. 5., Ir.dg.nrt itiWMt) DM s.n.5N ",
at home and I inflamed left shoulder; Cubl'shortstop I riiini, N V., 1.. k
21-3 losing to Iowa "It' a great honor, especially Whit
Penn State .
hopefuls Syracuse mlrm.Xt
e.Mf. nM
to Notre Dame In addition tc 1 John's N.Y, Increase WeightVERO Andre Rodgers, since this Is my last year and ,,v, t.n j M. *.it..4nt.ri ..! Maldo..o -
Included, and St. won. Syracuse spiked finger; Don Mossl, Detroit 12'>/', LM An,.lM, ... (
victims '
Arizona. Their drubbed Niagara 92-72 my last chance at it, he f I IwcNi
and BEACH (APDodg- pitcher, sore left elbow,
Purdue, Columbia, Butler Bucknell 'I figured nothing like .ald'i
Penn State whipped
Don Drysdale and Johnny and Infielder Phil Lisa of the
New Mexico State. 858, St. John's whipped Holy ers could: ever happen to me, ,
received five firs Roeeboro are putting on an ex- New York Yankees, face cuts. WrestlingSAT.
Evansville Cross 83.78 and New Orleans just hope I can live up to it. II
regional 1! a day during Zimmer, expected to beWashlngton'l
place votes from a ., Loyola upset LaSalle 8361. tra pounds an't take it as a personal
panel of eight selectors. Assumption Cincinnati edged Its city rlval spring training. third thing, for all the fellows on the NITE 8 P.M.
received two and: Xavier, 9492, Tennessee' It'. In'nie form leadweighted season, reported he broke team made It possible." II .
second place, supplanting trainer Bill Buhler its hand last Monday when he "
moved up to nipped Florida 5958 on Danny belts that Can Him 'Tex'lie
Grumbling which received Schulu's two free throws with believes will serve to tone up hit it against a wall In a handball LAKELANDARMORY
one first place vote and I left and Detroit the abdominal muscles and flat game. bears the nickname of
six seconds
another In long 'Tex" He's 21 old 6-8.1
ranked third.VOLS handed Its 15th ten the'tummy. It was only a years -
line of mishaps for Zimmer, weighs 200 pounds and once,
I Inchor
100 76. even take an
defeat, "They can
straight who Is entering his 11th season scored 65 points In a high school'
named to the off their waistlines If they OUTHIftN
EDGE Bradley was two J
with his fifth team He has been lame. This year he averaged HAM PI ON
NIT Wednesday leaving only work with them long enough, -
hurt In the minor leagues in 34 to lead the Western
59-58 three berths to be filled In the said Buhler. "They'll lose weight EAKINSGERMAN'S
the majors, In Puerto. Rico and ence, and the Bucks confe"'l
2-team field.Basketball. through the exertion" of packing on the highway. a victory Saturday over Te .eases[ I--t
GAINESVILLE (AP) Free- li pounds extra. I' Beaned tan State to win or TAO TAM e MAN M.TeN

throw specialist Danny Shultz ScoresWIBMMDAV I Outfielder Tommy Davis Is His first severe Injury almost fifth straight Big Ten title. I. 4 JI
displayed his marksmanshipwith I also packing extra lead. He's ended his baseball career before As a freshman Bradds, fresh'
a pair of foul shots in the COLLialr using two pounds on each ankleto It really got started. The from a farm near Jamestown,I

last six seconds Wednesday, 5 Th. A.55.Iawd l *r...trlKMton ., Improve his running. 5-foot, 185-pound Zimmer was Dhio, was overshadowed by MANAGER
night to give Tennessee a 59-58 "T.1..7. .It..*.nmylMltla TlOniMtiNt Minor injuries have hit two eaned by a fast ball while three-time All-America Jerry: GENTLEMAN SAUL
basketball victory over Florida. '.r..u.. tr(Nl.o.r.I. *h.d.71tl .... a.. more players as the Dodgers laying for St. Paul of the Lucas. Last year. Bradds CHALLENGEDCINTLIMAN

Shultz, the nation's 1964 free- .. John.nt(N.T L.r.S..> tl, t3 Mol, ,katallt Cr.H Tl II.C scheduled their first intrasquad American Association In 1953. moved Into the All-America
throw champion, missed on :"n.Tr'i/ ., t.lum... Ca.N.r.ard game for tomorrow. He was a shortstop then with spotlight for the first time, giving I SAUL
three other foul shots during the .. Coi.'tao.ten 5.,5.th U, at.P.nn Rookie second baseman Nate lots of potential. the Bucks the All-America: REFUSES TO WRISTU
hard fought game which gave L.f.x.tt.It. M.tl.(MuhlinMra ucfcn.ll la tl. Oliver pulled a back muscle and Unconscious for 14 days with center berth for five straight IN SINGLI MATCH A. f 'i5Y
Tennessee a tie with Georgia ',".1.5.5"'Nh 1..55""'.n-d..or. '*. will be sidelined for at least two, a fractured skull and a blood seasons. I IUT AGREES TO

Tech for second plaee in the Cin 0.>.h mn>n.Tt U :: JoMM X.y..r"I(:...I)74 II.(ft). days and Roy Gleason reported, clot, he spent 31 days In the hospital He made the second All-Ohlo' 6 MAN
Southeastern Conference season _r.\ 100, M.r.wtt.. TlriMn for treatment after his own foul suffered double vision and team; among the smaller high ,
standings. 71 II, C U,r P Tl..o.ArlNnA SI II.tt'i" tip banged his left ankle. lost the power of speech for a schools as a senior, but admitted TAG TEAM MATCH
while. today that "1 was just as'
tall as I am now, but I was skinny '

Aguirre Seeks To Stay Healthy Steibers WinThe and Prefers clumsy."Teaching ffJIO.

I Tuesday thoose-your-p'rt- The eldest of three brothers, -

ner shuffleboard tournamentwas Bradds got his first taste of basketball IlAn MANAClIIi 5551'THE
And Cut Down Those Bad PitchesBy won by Bethel and Tom plunking practice shots GERMANS
Steiber whan the duo defeated at a barrel hoop nailed to the
f Churl Lawrv and_ Cloyd Hum barn. He did all chores a farm, KUIIT-AND-H rl NEVER

JACK SLAYTON to do. Stop giving the batter games hurt and there's not phreys, 7329.Earlier boy is called on to perform.In I' VON BRAUNER ,

Ledger Sports Editor that big fat one when he wants much you do about those except the winners turned answer to the Inevitable" AND MANAcesGENTLEMAN
"Foolish question No. 9,874. it pitch as good as you can. back Dell Warner and Robin "don. SAUL NO NEVER NEEDS IRONING

Did you do anything differentlast "But basically I don't think "But you can hurt yourself Forrest, 50-11 and Kitty Rowe NOT EVEN A LITTLE BIT!
2210. The CLASH IN 6 MAN
and do feel of and Walter Vanesky
you pitching with 'bad That's LeaOYs5Y
you those
year any my techniquesor pitches. RATIONAL sneer
.. ..
have to do something different style are any different than what I hope to eliminate as losers had eliminated Katherine 5545. Th.T55nb A 0 it,.).p TAG TEAM MATCH
I this year to win?" several years ago," he relaxed much as possible. You knowI Adamy and Estelle Ferris, 58-39., Now ".?rfc 4, CS... 1, AGAINST WORLD CHAMPS IT'S TRUE! ARROW DECTOLENE OF

H a 1k Aguirre, wlnnmgest against the cold drink box. started off well. I won my 100 % DACRON
m hurler for the Tigers over the "Now Hank, let's go back first three games and then we Ak ft RAMON OAN POLYESTER TRICOT
past two seasons-30 victories, four years ago. Rememberyou all fell apart and by the time Celtics Score Key TORRES and O'HARA NEVER NEEDS THE TOUCH OF AN IRON.

wiped sweat from his brow were here on Denver's ros we got squared away again
and leaned on the cold drink ter but you pitched your way and it looked like I was head. + IT COMES

box. He looked slightly back on the Tigers as a regular ed for a winning season I Win Over RoyalsBy OUT WRINKLE-FREE IN JUST TWO

askance, at the inquiring reporter ence hurler.now and What's then?the" diff r- dropped run games some" of those one- I+I HOURS. WONT STRETCH, SHRINK OR

"What I mean Is this," the "Well for one thing I have Aguirre lost 21 to Whitey would the DISCOLOR.
stumbled "I know confidence In the I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ;Or Royal defeats give
reporter on, more my ability. Ford on Sept. (; 3-2 to +
you'll get more wins if your And for another I'm getting to White Sox on Sept 22 and J-J "As far as" I'm concerned,, Celts their eighth consecutive RKWtNf JOHN LONG SLEEVES . 8.95
team scores more runt than start I always felt I could be to Orioles on Sept. :27. it's all over. Eastern title KARLSON HEATH

the opponents. But did you a starting pitcher but even "For me the thing Is that If A supremely confident Red In Wednesday night's other r i.R.T.vb- MINCS SHORT SLEEVES . 7.95ALSO
come up with a new pitch or when I was with Cleveland I can stay healthy all year, Auerback sat back and lit a games, Baltimore whipped New; NAPOLITAN OMAR
something like that?" he ended they felt I should be used I'm sure I'll Improve on my cigar. His Boston Celtics had York 11S-I08 In a game marred AVAILABLE
weakly, his voice trailing strictly In relief. Now I'm 1943! mark," he returned to the Just beaten off the onrushlng by a battle between the Knicks'::1 T5..w aw.,54- :.-::.':;::.'ass btu IN SHORT

starting. I'm getting the opportunity field for more running drills. Cincinnati Royals, 112108, at Tom Hoover and a Baltimore al..Mm use SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS SOLIDS
off."First of all," Hank declared of establishing my. Aguirre is another exampleof Boston Garden. fan. St. Louis turned back Lot;

"I've with the reluctance of many major '"That was the big one Angeles 110-105 and moved with. AND NEAT CHECKS. 7.95
that first reason.tAtotg of runs self."I haven't come up with any league teams to rlak the Wednesday night," Auerbachsaid. in two games of first place San WrestlingDEMO.

never hurt anyone. It can aure trick pitch or anything like 123.000 draft price on a me "Even if we lose at Cincinnati Francisco in the Western DM

make pitching a lot easier. that. I toss a good fast ball. dium-aged player who seemingly Thursday night, we'll lion -
"As for new pitches. No I'm a slider and curve. These close has missed In the majors still have a 2V4 gems lead and NO DOWN," PAYMENT. U' TO SIX'
t throwing about the same stuffas and slipped back to the we'll be hard to catch now." r:..., MONTHS lANK TO CRlDIT AT. PLAN.YOUR m

I did la the past. A lot of minors. The Boston victory stretchedthe
people seem to feel I had a By the time the Tigers got Celtics' margin In the East-
bad year in '63 (Agulrre was him from Cleveland In February ern Division of the National LAYAWAYCHOOSE -
14-11 with 168 earned run average 1998, he had exhaustedall basketball Association: to 3yj
compared to 1(4 In '62: of his options. After a fair games. Both teams have .ix'' NOW. A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY

with a :221 earned run aver- year In 'IS, he slipped in '59 games left In the regular sea- MERCHANDISE YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED.
age I'll agree it wasn't a.t and was sold outright to the IOn DEMO. SALE

good as 1962. But I don't think then Tiger farm Charleston. The Celtics lowered their magic -
t It was a bad one. That fall he was eligible for number to four. Any combi- SAVE UP TO Open Friday Itil\\ 9 P.M.
"Certainly I could Improve. the $25.000 draft. He had an nation of four Boston victories
I 8-7 record at Charleston, fanned
y What 1 want is a completely 1500
I slipped some 113 and walked only S8 ,
healthy year. Santa Fe Scoring
last summer and at times my with a J73 earned run average
I'd v Yet major league clubs 0 ". FT m
fast ball wasn't as quick as a..b ........... Ja IM M KM
I like. I think they Jumped on who willingly throw away J. 5UMM ....... M .. 41 ale PENDARV1SCHEVROLET
it a little more than before. $100,000 on an untried prep :,::...::::::::: :: KM ass IMJJ

And my slider didn't always phenom refused to gamble on MM::. .11'. ..::::::, =: M II IM 04It CO.

work the way I wanted It to T Aguirre for WOOO-actually M.hl. ::..."::::::: as II 40

and that might have made a 5 It's only $12,500 because if 5 O'Ith,CIb.5.n55. .. ........ 5 : !i is 110 Ne. FlirUs An..
or two he's sent back, halt of the 55 i 's Lskelasd
difference In price Is refunded. :::.:;...':::::.3::: i : ; ;,L 207 EAST MAIN

aamea. threw 'bad pitch Yet three years later he was e. '.11...."'. .. .. a = c % STREET
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\ Like all pitcher AGUIUI League In the 1962 All-Star 5.55,1. Ia-r, I..'''',., ._.
they cost me. ww..mMs .1...... and 0" f.m5.
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PLAIN OR rnamonlal. Pla.tor- MPLOYSD MOW? Want to bol- any. BUILD. Mil. nflnonoo nand Bedroom luU mIll buSh Mdwd
< 4 ittt and fund Its and at..... Patchlnl l.fllM lot rouratlf Raaumo CBP P 0 VA morV oaaa. Plr.l Morma tin droaaarBuUor_ 5 DOSS
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LOST: YELLOW cold Ladr III WILL ... Llnuor Coblnrt from looms KonovarM .
MU '''140. PAY lilt ar .H' for 3 da A MO 41137MORTOACia .
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bout .. ....., IB II].1100D1XIHAND oIl atrrlra itotlon email' Inrti. LOANS A complol Ctrl,. intlquo-Toncoi Camororniplrlo .
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PROIAtLI KATHLEEN STAKTIRS This *ulnt.l prakoolr. wilt fit the I'orling; nt whin the i.owc: Brbool at..,.. :* BUSINESS SERVICE mtOl rogulnd 5C34554 lots term low Intara.l rnloana m.< Morlo CamaraQolf: Clusa-
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(IiiilMil, Senior, High School It.. Detrlll lice trio Rlvlirn luck HornoN .t '3D f m. romerrow In IZ Rod dollar wIll, rhinHwnoi, liaMl turnlanm. all wnllo iS.utasS ,. loam Horn.I3346M .. Ioprormnolsd oral AIr Conditioner Clock to ohooil 110 from nolls-OV.-Hid.

tII. CI... A, Riiori 4 ......t..11. rournomont' .r Itiylori looch. Th., .ri, left to ri.hr Jack Cllne, or II1I4TIPtrsonal 36 townmowsrt t ServIce : drblt own In Lakalandrtm Den C..lld.1I0ll lo.n. d'. Traaauroi In 0.110,1,0j105s.
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.. IL"I" ph.ti ., Ft.wer.\)\. ant, sILL 5s54 Soil, .... and .tEPAIRB,. and amall ...110... ..... oat*. :to ond' ..40 Phono eta.>4M '0'1 tosS, A otnue. 81"113. I Open A.M. to 5 P.M.
Oablo AuKootru PtMT mofUaia tot
I 'p.01155 goads. DI.I IIU 5455. aoi Nortk PlorldB Wl usa Immrdlato' orxnlnia for nalo, pan 14ft month B.. lnlr'it .
fa. ..Um.... Culbe'... H.d.aroTR4DING Phase ifO '''301. 755 cal ambItIous, naat nan bo- .' Tampa :2tS.4311. Mloo dl" THE SPINNING WHEEL
STAMPS .SrhMVM H I.H'II.. .... ot ai and 40..h ...111
Kathleen Five ; ....hl. ..13415. 10' Sass 101m. 37 Mortrwi ...n.Vltln."A1"1'II&O. Af"1 .. Ira lnlor. ....d In CabIns ula .
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( CHRISTIAN N Vital MO) bono It&NOV4TIIIQ I. Its Cl rolls.Plrmouih dpalrr. Ap MU I.2a.ilFTM
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> noado ft oaeb patlanU MOIJB3 pan,. Phono MU I-S841 Sit Norm Plorldo, Atonuo.
71 Fsrtlllisr, Feed. Sell lIst> TVS Inn IIS IP. 0....
TWO "IN l5ld 015501,4.51,5,5th. .n_. wo flnoaco Worklntradalni .
LOIS SLIP Cgvrr Shop, BOBCltratnut 49 Wells PumpsLWrIOOIStcaOMlRY AsS .o-at. 5.11.tmmed GROUND MAT murk Prat land MtopWd Admiral 5.105
Road 4B'-'01I. Draoarlaa .- .1..ln. po.n.III. MIll mi.... Uratad lIon .. Mai.. A Btrrlro. MU S-3I7L Pneock:
ie balls were rolling In Finds leader'A bodapraoda, slip ,
iwoio oor*
Ward d.1II nth IriHa jun31.ltd. Ho oanaulnl .
ti cup after one swipe at ilcra> toil i and, .lIutall.II., 15w. n.r wall ... InstIll rout .olown Wrlla Boa M-9M. Laia- CLEAN PHOHPMATS aand for I Md POS11 3" aomplitol irratlradumd ,,
.. irada of aoiDRAPIB to lrnosi f'oll. 1555. Alao iind ltd dirt for 1111.
33 Golf Center last week. .,. On to M ...DIIIt I* pal and UdarrBOUTS a Datla. MU "301'. ..Id.., 41' trMurm mIll I
BLIPCOVIRS bid..ptnd .
Phono MU S 1101 ALEIMBN Major looka. SilO and Ill 10 polrlorn .
Ceding ace at the par.3 lay- week ago, on the eve of the the clutch to sink a free throw .wont and ipruliUrlni tilontlon of. junks CU>l mLaraa loSt. lass botwoon H ond J4 TOP QUALITY iahla III Paniola, from and olotIflda Airniint "- .* d.llraro toe. Plane lit.IOI .
..,., Watford Muufaolvrlrw
c4 were Johnny Belcher 15.4rd Group 13 tournament the Kath and put the Red Devils ahead .7Q mel oitimaua rain 10.", .. illTampa EMPLOYMENT Oood who "'.''n.mntini.. Phono Uia til4l.llippomlmint pibllo' Will d.IHor. VU l414OROUND .

No. 18, Bob Kthoe of leen Senior High Red Devils and Kathleen was never behind 5Sw Hlllxor 08B-1981 ,... PlAt ....1.1. Bam AUCTIONFriday
AUTO INIURANCI Had an.lo,5 .. .
Pf.t Company 42&1 LahtllndSIlls
YARD MEN ..,1.d" tar a'd
basketball team elected John from there until the final whis r
No. no Inauranwt 11551.Vanes BId.l U OB ,ard .5.07ft.
runer Haven (5-yard mIbS ltnonro oonorrn. Poi.lbl. ShIll _
Galloway as captain. tie! ta par. Call MU 55455ooioo 52 Help Wanted I 11m' work. Pratrr 50550150754MU ATTENTION C1ROVB ownrra andaardrnara Mites OnJy

:1|; D. J. Crutchfleld, 80.yard Galloway will have plenty of I.LI a ,,,OllIe.. JOJJ NormPlorldo 'oMIt"AN Drr thlrkrn manur 730PM.wi : .
The move paid off .
Oomi out of .I. undr-r cuts. Ch oo You haul,
1; James Hemby of Bar.:4W During the Group 13 tourney help tomorrow night against the PalUrna ill Ua, Buttona, OlaXuliltrlni uSFS P03. bpi suIt 117S floe,3r.5515155.ant. 'ir..,. Truck load loll Jim Walla Lakl. but or sell for '01

: 80.yard No. 17. The Galloway proved to be the Riviera Beach Hornets who are ... Ii.l5itA9la.. BLlPCOVEl\8. aolprt&d EXPERIENCED 1. ",,,...t.. 1 land.1471PllHB. MU '-''5et; Auburndola. WO JIMMY WALKER'S

raedal handicap golf tourney "pressure" ball player and the one of the top ranked teams I In and Cuitolltrtlon .. Camera Salesperson 56 Salumdi CHICKIN forUllaor. 1'.11 AUCTION CENTER

"take floorman the state In all classes with a ...,.. tina of fabrk. MU I. '47. Utiltin-Rolshl lm- a3. u. 5. II Saul
at. Cleveland Heights golf club charge" Coach II( PTM oillroatn,. .*.. torma. alit APPLYPERSONNEL 'I.h Road
Don Miller had been seeking all 251 record. Stan McDonald. ..p> Tampa Hiihvay "a.IDW4SUHOUO XtHANOH on combine' loutradmi '

I be concluded March 15. The center Jack. Cline forward. .OIV1B 10.1.., r>IKor OFFICE : Flsweri Plants ...m..., raralvo lift
season senior guard set LETTER FROM THE 72 Seeds, ...n... S Usdisde 0
/ you'r wondering what all the trend and led his mates to Jimmy Walls guard, Tony Mea drmonalratlon Aatnmi ant B Har Kfnnrl Pi..r.-Prw Dilbutort Maas Brothers, Inc. lew. em'114). poraonanol

h'ill r those baseball cap. are two upset victories and a berthin dor, forward. Tony Silver forward .. tUt Harm hands 4'" PRESIDENTI i COLD et, hadto RARDT planli fIst, 10"irowlnprl hiII .. RIP0ll811881O "va toanl OffurOlu
= .. BAR HELP NlanU. P115 or .. 10 5. hId to .U.'r
and Dink forward
/ at William L. Hutche- the Class A, Region 4 tOUrnament Rhodes 1I..nNd. buS 00) S50t5l" Call will offer a carefully! SO doatn doll!.arod. 1I.2.1:2 motIons Sos 08 Marl's TosdltePt

at Riviera Beach, all will be key figures I In IIIU 3.3.1& SIlt 0 PM PETUNIAS. BACHELOR b.L"'n. ,. aoes 5,5 Tarn. J0shnsy.
( golf club those are memo plans Coach Miller has of .... BUILDING TRADES selected few 21 33, J100 per ,and Bnapdratnn plonU 1100." M1I .3JIII..
Kathleen! meets Riviera any week commission 100 UID Eoit Umon Bt.
huB cf the Detroit organiza1 vi guaranteed CARPET CARPET Wall-w-wal
..tspeclally Tlgertown Beach at 1:30 p.hi. tomorrow continuing Kathleen's assault on 14 Building, CarpenterlnaROOPINO AAA City Employment earnings with future Mill-Mida It uslou I I. r ni,
I a spot In the state playoffs : ROSE BUSHESIn oh... and alna, sod odird Ifa*
Jktg In a round or so of&fatter In the second contest of the i nlunlnun Week's TeeMALEl Vi free medical Insurance, an iprlni labrla mlll-onda ..r. hara.
McDonald one of the three WINDOWS K
Bud and Bloom Winter fobrlcl roducrd Bart ,
Regional playoffs. The obtainable Incentive i
every practice seaS open- lOuiSe, porches results pro-
seniors ls our fabrlco warahouio .
o* the club the Ret
,10/: The fourth annual log tilt will match Halnes City eo montki Comtoor to pa lasurId.P305. > aSCanhIsotIns .' : gram; and your auto ex RISK: ROSES 0. t Ham lion Fabrics. Hllhwa
Devils' leading rebounder and ....fI.II.... WraeliuW .
I 10
Invitational with Hollywood Chamlnade at MU 5-5230. 4. 1..r-: M.d tultor I 01 1/ mllai Korih of In
Itifrton I Stephens ., .. jenies.
He Is the Red .to.. mi'. n. lonlolo
scorer. enly ,.
1f tourney Is slated March 7:. p.m. The two winners man IOU .1081 ..o0 I1011.. 50410555h1054- 3718 S. Florida Ave
c Devil with a better than 10 braokdownrookl In return 1 100 FOR .ALI Rot OIl.' slob.. 500.
1J-1J at Sebring golf club. Entry play at I p.m. Saturday and a toVI LIKE TO SELLA nu Auto Houto paths aal..a. CorprntoriQpar expect %I MU 60187 lCsnmOtS bal. .. '1.. CedarOIrdobs

fee II til. West trip to the state tournament points per game scoring av ,..n.. MANY OTHERS effort ( days- a week .performance ,-110 MU_I.7471llrd .
at Gainesville. ,.. eagerness t 0 L 4 W It II 0 W'iA.3 ".5U-tts-;

toast Pro-Am Association'stourney However Galloway eoul I Id BICYCLE? FEMALE dollS tubirr learn, undivided loyalty and 73 Fsedi, Fruits Veg'fble.I ,..> Panniflvanii, ml Irwimllmt
Oolhlts HlratloBO condition
Is at Pasadena golf Galloway's bucket with 11 seconds -prOto be the difference for Now's the time! And MU PIX mottl elrrk Wolt......... deiire for a five figure I In. Plata. MU 2.8612.Wl IJOCirlton
club. St. Pete this Sunday. left to last >- cooka Ll>o In bouiakoanaraMANY 0515058. OIl4P&'Rurr PI..d 1-------
March 14 play Friday Kathleen against Riviera Beach. 81151 is the number to OTHERS come. OlIlt. W. ."1,. Do...,'.. ..10. 11155 &NOLUH Ford 50,05 is "
Others open; night against Auburndale 1,540 lot tows sod .11.. P.I,
started Sold.
He's the 5,5105
and ad
captain the
call for a Classified ..l o.U,.IIT 5.uskls..4
March 21: Seminole of Largo fa Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg If at)
Kathleen on Its "upset" trail and that Is what the Red writer.BUSINESS. 5 you are this man, call lsdd.r. III. Itrmlnaton portaMo

I A pro-celebrity tourney 'In the Group finals against Bar- Devils have been in search for ______ __ my general sales manager, 76 lintfuaplng 1''It". lood condition, 111
Call Mil Ml I sIlos 4 00
Is slated March 18 at Doral tow. Galloway came through in all season. Mr Dolgln, 626.5191, Tampa -

Hotel and golf club Miami. == HARDY SOD CO.fl.&l34to.Orus.s Uodstsood TOPCW00TIn 111011, WiD.L.. taol..t d'...:.,

is March SERVICE .... .
The regular tourney 4,55 110. III. m.n tho 10

1922. $10 ticket permits play Fishing And HuntingBy George President B. Karpay FREE S'T"l'M".t I nf &50. 0,51 110115. 81. IBI-U01 .111.

March 18.Ridge its' H pllmnro MU I.HI. Ift-
Pro-Am Association's ;iiiMi'roil' WORK Mowlni. dill i .. .DI Sisril, 35.4 'U: ISmm
FRED W. JONES >- .ta BRUSH n..n ....... InS. iradlni sod plowlni' Bo.- 110: l2.u.,. lrftrr, 1301
tourney today was to have ot"r 1100 o w..k in tabs .,.. Elallio In Yard .artdln lad iradmi aa HAR Pi'tol nil '11 Ufreurrlion .
been at Bartow golf Club Others Flshlnf-Hunting Editor Do rouf Ton can aipaot lo >arhat III.1417. 181.(731 IM lait PalmitUi sfIooI
Cleveland On Tuesday a week ago my fishing buddy. P E. Dasher FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE much to alart Call Ml.494I "
: March 12 t P M to aro II roil can 'ual|.

HeIghts Polk CountyWomen' with t couple of friends went over to Ft. DeSoto Park (Mullet (8 WHEN YOU NEED IT! Ir for dnlarihlp INSTRUCTION ANNOUNCING OPENINGOP ::

Golf Association was Key) In rather stormy weather and came back with a half- "ALIAMAIf "ANTID lor homo
FurnIture l.llvar t. a.a HI-BO Commlialo. 14 Scheeti
to have been at Winter Haven dozen "nice Bheepshead He also reported losing a couple of .... Appliances II,u. eompanr banlflta hoiplUI

today. Others: March 19, "really big ones." MR PROMPT ttpoiri. on ralrlrtralora .. IIRIDR". 5755 1..011. SF000.UsIa. .. 0,5115.15501,0, snaup Apbp Ill.,. .ld.nL 5 051sF.sod; FLORIDA LARGEST and m..' II & M BARGAIN HOUSE
2 Lake Region WMblni piMhlnoa, onappllanaM ., 1115511504. P0055 551 44 LII. WIt, On,:'dO" I mid... baoilty arhool LakalondBrautr
Sebring; April We didn't get to go along on that trip because of the sinus sill Thrift* COW,, 131. Collno. Ill I. Pino it
It Carpenter' C .. '''. Ill.S1SS Complatalr, ramodrlad air aondltlonad 4 mIT.. North of LaMand' on
April trouble that's been giving us a fit for some weeks but were *501 D partm 51 Work Wanted omplo parklnl MO S.4l. Optnint, anaemia, inluda .

Home; April 30, Bartow (fl- Itching to do so, for a year ago Betty and I took some sheeps- lamp Repairs : Hotpolnt rrfrliarator, 7$.
Service ATTENTION MUNI Train now ..... .
Auto Repairs pound I' 19850 Prlildalro
wtnud Mowond I
I II sale' ). head from the same hole running up to six: pounds' or so LAM". IIIPLACItMJINT .hodH 05 dlaclnf, N.vqulpCsUS. n hairy oqulpmanl, oparotorrrolnad I anaa. double ovon purlact .611.

The 16th annual ShamrockInvitational You will understand then why on Tuesday morning of RICHARD! BPEEDOMBTEHBonlco. Lamp porta ond ropalr. Imparln I Quick aorirlca. Call for trto tl-1 50.I5.an OIl soUls M fiabullt atudio couchia. in90n
( OrKane At sOd up. Kolloowldo plaoamml Kanr badi. II 305,0. 11190
Houta *
l- (Complrt. ropotfa sod Btudloa itot mobsI. rr'd I. Powari MU I-OOJ9
golf tourney this week when Dash called to see about us going over there, ,",... lie nuBland .".... 505. MO 14135.Moving ,..,... 0,..._ opportunityWrlto .0 0151,5.. 11014 .nll ,.... bod.
If i slated March 19-22 at Capital 'aioissIPVClAb. ALTIHINO, ZIPPIRa '.ull<'od. Ralph Monnlnc wIth AlphaTrainlni ...... all ..1..II.n.... assd

City golf club Tallahassee. ?4MP4" PAY. -_.-Prldar. Morah N, IM4I H.III Io*. T I,m.I low CAIt wart II M. Wowo .) t Storage 0,5750' ,.li. Na,''uJIr, ; :: Mra Tampa Scbooli. Florida. 701 Bt 11101ilYESTOCK clilrStraat 1,0,155..

f fee II $10 and entries tI... Ill a ...., Mm naoa, III. .'m.| aota, ill p...M moM .. .,, lit Sod > MM. BAH Ore,. W. DU llSo0.t ..... dl..IP"
Entry .."''.. aata 11 44) o..... _.'. Prao plrk: tip sos drill. ALUID VAN Llnoa for oral "or Soul'.,. I IndsI ping. Alol. b... PHONE MU 2-4304
r-lnaai- March- 19.- It's a W0m r J .rr. MM Souti Plorldo. 111 55 ....1... Yornoll WorabouMTronafor fIll dlr. *eMoIbl.. 114-0047 5, *
: ; by t 17.*. a Ino. Aunt. IOU 6..1.11.
and sponsored
en's event and the sinuses had let up quite a lot, wa immediately said "'513. COMPOBT OH morn for ..i ian .1.c. .
Association oaNaRAL, TOSS sonins 17.08 W4RT CAR'PIN'r&RINO wata ood
the Women's Golf yes, In no uncertain terms. .0' l1hOfll83o. 11,5,5 anll .or ..I.LI., ., .." ......p.blt (8 Dogs, Cats, Pets M. No aaon lundar afln sal I. 324O. Burltriwt .
of Capital City.'rRI. But shed blIssoIw. lilY Sod 8554tIlls. Picture Framsi ....i> Mo Jos las amall. IIJ
fished hard and
though we long on the right tide, In 751554. W1r8171.. 11... -- Q 055.511' R&COHDlT10NJm

the right spot and with the right bait, we felt not one ingle PICTURE. PBAMKB.: BMUtlfumao lId LOOn PINUHINO wariilnt.' BOAROINO ISO Tad- HOLLY Van Allan Konnallhna NiwMulbarr' .1.oars... 504 StI000ss 501005. II Out 00 soon'P5.. sIll oJl

heepshead nibble. G) Ant Scot Cevsri I IL'ND'e and nouldlnl CniUm Art ainUni' Intorlor. t.t rlor work Rllnwar. Phono MU Nl0 A.1501 Av..... ..... 5500c,51IosttuI
rosA nada. Oainaa 1'... aitlmatai, raoaonabla .,..... -(1113. c... C8. A.burnd.I.
We finally gave up) and took off for a flat where we have lta-1 Orlaanl' .".." MU I 33O4 (IU-4IIII. IJ.9111. ..,. Turman. ,
VI AUTO oot Onoro.Irto COC.1 WIRE H"IIL ChlbuaAuaa> Tot OdPITAL BED. alactrlo rhord
f caught trout on many previous trips, doing so however with .. lutomatlro Intorloro SJEoa Plumbing Supplies WILL 00 basins' I. sop h.m.. T."...., Plblniaaa, PomoranlaiaOarnan nan' She rliarotora' Mark
Mam UU I-1BIO. Mil. Muttha. 525 140,13 T..... ,
lIons Shaphorda, troploll I IsIS. Tradlni Pout' MM Mow Tampa
little hope for the cold weather of this winter surely hat put a =- 603-140. canorloa. S.n..... nnd ouppltao. OlsOwsY. 1l1a.330ft8ft
,.. Do-It Voura>l lPlunblni "
: crimp In flat fishing In Tampa Bay. Beekkteplng8OOKKEIP1NO ltd Blaelrkal lupplloiPrao PRUNING IJO/iTRACTING. IaIn. Co. .'. Pt inop Ill COttA &... PONTIAC boll. 101170.. ISH
Information nnd ..11"" .. ."51. O..ntMd ..11.1... irkr. MU I-MioETTYS P. 5,01st, 7455 ..... 515 down
As expected we found trout pretty scarce on the flats but AMD IneomaSanleo Tor tool ranul.. plpo rut and ...... "on Call MU a...". POODLE Bnoppa. Pro- Ill Sooth. 181e Wool 01.515,151ld. '

NITS CP LUQUIW.h did manage to get six strikes (we were using plugs and castIng Dar or aTanlnia, fw ad M louts aartloo. III"1411. LOVELY 510115. .id'lp ,psapi. aailonal Iroomlni atuda. .... ,-II F. I _'obll' HollO. ,
Letl apmdoblo ,leo.. Bill Cail 6II-HJ4. Latalapd 5At5105Irs. Ho"", .ookln. ,,1. lot.. 12<1 Rothloan Road Sbap, COPPER IIIrI'TI.I 100 .IIDn
1 e.,_..... MMfiot on .II 1 07 14 .) We landed four of the six and of these, three were very Phase oia.199 n. 0510 lOIS. Ill lO""ILI.no. '.0.' ..3-4.... Homo. linmd" '5550115. 51.115 ja.keI.d 110ft.OI07.

1.. Le'UWoiK.',.dU"M..hl."..aa.on Con. respectable trout-for the West Coast at least. CI) Printing MU 17345OSPINDASLd CHIHUAHUA PUPPIU SEC I f's- .

.. :, J\\ We mention all this because fishermen In this B.lldlfigO COWRRD ..055s 1.Iood.. 111 Parkhural AnsI Inot'um ruiaM . 5300 St
many area .
4.N..e .. .. FOR ALL tour prlntlnl naadl ...nlO rnulnr ., part lima wo,5WIll II JS90 '10 HUH but rorkoi 1151&
Moll. team aaroa. ; Taam..,....I T'....-, fish those flats for trout And although we found few there the rcnc ill' MV ,_t. Conmnalal Praaira. I .... for .1114".. MU I-10 uOlORBU OItItMAN IIHOHT h.,. poln", .11. SO I Plata dlnatto
iiui W4 4A71i I N S M A I. CONSTRUCTION ,' . .. .
.i Lotlorliaida, UthoarapblniRodlafer .. H' .. '!HIts
.... 7 55555 .10. Itt, 47.155iIiR.
,.. .101.1..IIu..' w'. D..- Swdhaduvidumi .. tint of this week with the warm days we've hud this week : Room% nddltloni, .."'?.Custom.. dw.nl,1Vrsnol oabintuurlor .. ..,..,.. I 11Ip5it 5. omi babnllllni wanu or h.lao..,..- .'II.,tlm.. 130. ..... 120 80 5.. aprlni orInntriprlni

IJ. there will be more shortly-if we don't get more extreme ...,.. Call n. anu. MU I. I oiattraaa .. 119 U
,.' lama ...... word any .d mdra p&s.lhol.. Service loaitPSNDABLI P1VB nonUiirown 511.. "'. firtlhur 5.0.5" 10 I... UNaad
: .. ". ,.th.555I ......
2 cold. Rooting aId ldbs COLORXO A all wblto los trimormad badroon aulM .
sirS do-
>tt ,?",? O Cur ,........ CaU Ml. sIt raa ....1., ion .. all vaMlnotlona. $7) .0.lIt.t."S
Mancr MU
siit41 _. '01. ...., C T. c.. .140. Pino arallomaia Local oo>. NY TYPB radiator aarnooInonlni 11I11 tortS,.d. but no U'_'. Ml. .OHV7vorr Lo" lot onflnlibadfurnliuro
P oo. JII Ed f i.I..w. ***> *??. 11JLt Salt Water Should .netor LloanMd ond bondednlMODILINO '. rMorini. rrtuldinaPrddrl iII/oIAIf .. .. .
.t. 101 Colt N.7? .. Jl* "re7a Fishing Improve Hadlaior ....1... MO 'WILIKUP aldarlr poopio In ,0030 .h'11 for lest upood
/ ). AWNINGS :"nil. homo. MU 'sal.. asa lIft. thIs ..... IIU u>rd TVo .. . (4015lioi
m 10'
:? .1B1ow Morrloo.. *. I* COY' .....n.d patloa. houao aoraonaIdlnl < '- n.PiiilOJIIII'. SobO Snltltsu1,5 ..... .
l('Ml. S.4.111, tun "na or, .I.JI l I.. J. While on this subject of salt water fishing, we might also Io and fanetni p1,0%,. Mil I ADIATORB. BLOCK olaia .... IOHT' CARPtNTFrlINU. hOUMaanlnf U..d dnotU' aatl .. SIS 86 IIP
*.... *..". remind and tell .JJI1 lot .... aatlmoloCsrpetlnf ..htcla. trela-llo" nathodolra ... and palntln. Lanimowad Puppise' hss p. 0004 uod .10... ItO tsftbserstots -
experienced anglers It will
iii a.;j.. new comers. be :. oil t,_. Omilara, }103loutb All kind, of rard work 515558 011011. "KO ....'.11.... . .. .. . 4'110 It
.jfVwiilTVli.i short until have annual Florida. 6IJH 07. B raovnobla. MU d tloi. graft M .. II ..
*. < only a time now we our klngfish run up I I Ie.IlPET i hour or Joo Proo oitlmato trie po M saIl
; iMI IM( 1.loot ___ 4I.ISs. nock of Plimune sod
..., !5.4 >"4 the West Coast (we need a water temperature rise of only RswsavlngPOH WII.L $9 lIvestock H.'.WI

J: SM.N7lprnri.rn; .. OS about eight or nine degrees to bring them up): the flat fishing Z EXPERT Wai hl.U-.llb noma. 5 SIWsOst KIlEP oIlUd"n 3M II lour St POLY" POAW. ..RUBBIH
.. : .....n.". MalkoroI1JI PnatabtarS ft
1 .,.,... UUI L..r.
4. IOYPS I.I. C- Baal JJH should become good In another few weeks and it won't be but P5.s .. EXPERT "....1.. at ...Ib Po.... ,a... '..,n... HtoltB card 1\11 1005. jUCa. Hit nov 41.lb Wo Cut It Anr Bit lWl
H.,. w ... s...:..''1It4'.,:10.. balsa. ...... ilaaratw .u.... llconaad 112.1345DESIGNED I 500 1,4 .......... Wloabl PAY TOP PP.ICMPor
.ob Worn aorloo' Hiorotort C....... a few weeks until tarpon start showing in number Concrete SIC.. call Kailum Kowaorlni Bart halt. POsse MO .1711 .r IIU oood U..d Purnlturaond
.... ._
:t'" 3118. FOR ::1-3'11,
M..ft IrMlvMiMl' .- Jl J.dr In other words spring is coming and with it our usual = Applianwi

*.M.,''.';''..<'lrfuol _,.. 101 enrla good spring fishing-in both salt and fresh waters Mr ICEN8ED. Drlnwora CONCRIT. flooro atdawolka conlroo Swimming Poels! SOLVING PROBLEMS. 92 Wantid Livestock, Fed CALL MU 3.2044

..""**, IM ....)U Fresh water wishing Is already good it is only the c trpa .....10. lurka. panoa....HI.ISO POOL CLEANED rapalradpi Polk Trading Mart
Morrla .
5014511.15. II ANTED: A row lalrr ISPSlSd.
to Judr .....-. ".l foro Horion weather that has been badl We get many good fresh water ibalood. In lad, ehnnk-ala. ....110.. ClassifIed ads do It quick. Will..,. ton ,am. .....
IM OA01IOJ" the ooulpmrnt. ".11, 702 Coal SIlls. ly easily, economically.To Psi,. D.".. MD0 31 us nwr. n CAST
week despite rough weather.
I iS C1" F'7ii, 57i reports every >- FencH4imrintoad "U 0-01M
-.;,";'=/ 1021 .' :iC." '": For example, yesterday we talked for a minute or two order 'em, call MU 99 Bests, Moton, Supplies

2 a"/"STloJT, SorjllnrJ: .' ?I* Jesse Clark Jr.. Ledger and the fox alUTl/AIo PINC' CCp55t a.. Tslevlileni -1151 for an ad.writer, KEEP YOUR
with routeman
I 1.15. 0.7 0.75 a,.'l hunting son 1.0..... pr1... .. .... ......,. PIBHINO IOATB. loflO n..,
m3 Csii .. a-s ; of our long time friend and fox hunter Jesse Sr. Wo ..a. bo .....,. Poll TELEVUION rrpaira op oilmokoa addloboirdi, eaa_. aailboata.oddltblkaa .
InCI. Mid UkalM IrHurtrr, MV S. faat, ,.11..,. 57571..., loll FINANCIAL owtboaidl train...
...", a ITIIUT Jesse Jr., told us his daddy had been doing more fishing U.... Proo oallPjMoo.Incsma TaoISt Clip. MU "'1". Coalalloa. Hir.odaJa, WIllIe Ban -

I' CrorrovHttaom ...........w2": 'i4 than fox hunting now that he Is retired and Implied he is ) 62 Isilneu Opptrtunltlitallor .5 DKJMIJPLAHI .
A tar aotor. > Ta UphehlsrlngAOOETT BOATB now saId dineS,
}' PintMro .. ,... . .'. }J u following In his daddy's footsteps by telling us. of his recent -- SERVICE MENBUSY *riolaaolo, .._. 1 l' to n. lIlac
', anunocas .... lotUs.srospOSs ,..
MVSi.522N.M Bor* "b ni a Bool Co lokilond
".... ".M .._.,,. ,,_,,. 5054.Sdd54I fishing experiences. We INCOME TAX I.o. Blip marl ood ..,..... ranoopoblo MsI Sudo. LMLA.
.._ II'._ MVS" i,11i.ii. I Admitting that he hadn't been getting large numbers offish Pr.. oatlnaUa. pick upnnd Ro.IIO. H11 a Memorial mid I. RUNABOUT two nionlbi old
""h S3 and Pb... IIU 1-4101. 1& HP till trailer. Hfhta, ban,

MoiNll.lA.of. ue. ....... lMIO NIoHOH. Jess said: "But all my life I've been hearing about those up HolllMaworth dallwrt 13.54.Visetlee IU-4140 Ml a COIN L..od,.... 40 ......,.. 11 ''omsls. IOI. IM.]|I4.

OIL big two-pound speckled perch well, lately I've been getting .... H & R Block Co. ,.4i.s. &...11.., kx-attoo, bitS II FOOT' Lrnu. boat. 30 HPffrcury
I ... .. SI motor Md trallor a.,,.
Blinds 111.710. Joho t ., RaaJPor -
: C A'". PM.lak .
Wotkdari Is I
SOUTX-r.STP.t-ot some!" .. Sot. 1544103.I.ARSLASDS. ..UM. Oood condition. Ph...
MV'i dl .... S !. SIM
I' iiiWu .... .. .. ...... 04 4 H. has been fishing LIghterlog Lake late In the afternoon VERTICAL A H O horlHmtalanufoeturH PUlleT suit d. 01 IM-90M ro.t. Ml wIll BlinJuAro

:: :, s..;::::::;: :::::::: S Ii'" I and bringing home six: or eight fish a trip. But. he added cz: Phone West Walnut M5-1938 St. ... Aliw. Bwalrad.._. 11.cloarafiaianad S.UI. ._..-. I... kaoltk 101. .tnaoH_.&04, Iaundoeiss 1111 Id,.- with ad In "Bust.ness ir Coain CruUor. tIlls ooP
a daily Bvlarado olaotrlo Karl motor
...._ 134.Cii little bllnda. Alr-UM, MO lS11ITS wood DrlTOTRAILER .
.h W..S I' P' 755 i many of them have weighed two pounds or a I.nd till trailer. MW MU S.S401.

Ht.. M MVSS...>..-...-.-Pi Tomiwr ii.54I.c.... I We have said it before and well say It again In case TRAINED. INCOKB. lo* aooultanl louIln.. and PARK Baw :S badroom 94 .P..bouaaon .. I 140 SoulS ..I.d.ACCIU'T .
I. U 30 4 00. 1 04 till% LEDGER
"AR II Irod. 14' 055,5CtllI
Ho* hMr.Muol ...... Poyl WIlSON.MI.ULA someone has missed It the speckled perch this year are e 00 PM oieopt ........ .... 31 acraa. 110.000 w.III". Service D'rtctory"In tusslaul flhStlhaIS'sd ....
OK, JTJ. Ih. MllchoU 170 KotUoaa CUMHID ADS M.Sel Ubtlond' LM<... ....
running to the best sizes on the average, of any year we can Rood 155 ,0."lIbl' too. .0 .LT.1l1oo
HUD OPI.SATOH I.. major oil 01017 1010 3.1."

IsO.a remember.Two 0) mpanr aanleo olatlon Imallolial Qasslfled. CaD today I. THItReRAPT ..... JI HP
I. auii. .o 34i . .. .W.h; .. ....Ir... IU-0154 or iii,,,. ,sO.r .11Ioo. 1001 w.sl
pounders are coming from many different lakes IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS
.. a"hll 5541235 .. .
I I; n ,1/1 '1' '
$ :::,. : : : :: : '" II
: and a two pound speck is a big one in anybody's water. The BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION CITIU BIRVICI Blotlon lot for a he'pful! ad writer.

=::=-::=' ::: :::: 'f: 1'.f one outstanding exception as we also have said before appear I.ariaal u.. ..b...,........,. oanlar.. Lakaland. Unllm, a VII UD6MciAUitno

...::o l4S541 10051. eSOSY w.... to be Lake Apopka, where the reports indicate the DIALMU 151-Ask ForClassified ".d 100".1. AttrMUo ranul
> Ph 0105105SPa 11181. ADS'P
,..i:'oP.: *2 2Mi>. v- ....... BoobWonov pecks art all running to small sizes this year. 050-1244 lot 501131.0OilIt515OrI5




I 34 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday March: 5.1W1 -'-' -" REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE

MERCHANDISE r AHD'T7400e TIMWLQP ella OI40AI4" I w'u. plevwo HURT 144 Acrtaji, lots for Salt 1 US iMilnm rropirty
IlIiI404 04.-
103 Fimitur. & AppllonctiMEPRIOErlATOPlS I 107 MATTW? WILL / RElAX, kMOWlr4' r p-soog 'Lccrwoi.e RTS CHOiai M'H40' lot II sIt,. ui TAMPA RIOIIWAY 190 I M?.
: WORRIED ABOUT ( A SUB W RGHTTHflT WTUFF ALL OVW MDecTRalEt ( &t1H' 3 iy$ coo PLl PI.. Plant. Landnaiwo. '.,0013. Owner want ottw John Brea.MI -
WASH ER8 e, ? BEHIND U8 17011 MU 01334.oYv5 luutor. 114 Win Main St
6U$5MdRiNa / ALU 5liTDoeT5sTP
..eaten air, conditioner! tt* All Gi'o tS RELAX I TH'TIMS? WMD--= N" arIes, plr i xaWTDMrriAb COMMIIII I A..,
MIBM repaired Prompt enpert A = ...., and aiki Betullful bioS land UMtuatrlal.*. IIIM ill area ".'
.....1... too u. torodUidI..- HEATER : o, ', H worm atetloB Liielind flnt undy Hud.?. Reiltor till B. MimorlaJ
..II...... your Krlvlnitor and toll Price t 210 per acre Termir9 ll.d. ||-4I07tHDOSTTllAtTIIACT.
Nona. dealer, Nil. a> Day TV.Appllaarn Have \e : % down (at It U Gardner.. BdlollMKnit

1330 Auburndal. HdUU You ) fls.t II. C Led ay Ray K tell at roodi approBlmitely ''.
IlITt DI.'I Realty. IOU Salt Mob,
\ Aon Runway. Railroad MOHOO
24.Hr -- hone 000.5133.PAITURI .. ..*
TV BAROAINS ComplMrlr rebuilt John 4. Broa.I.OoJlo.
and luarinteed IJt OH and 117 N. : LAND 400 ...... 4101. _.
ap Prim Inilallitlon AIRs' .. ." rood aoll aoma tlnber. amI- 11II'1100' OOMMIRCIAL lite all
Lakeland bait Ru'. 11 new or { cl.ered deny Plant City Only Port,
UM Parker. Lakewood
uirdl TV at Nile D.r TV 1130Aubundila elF JIM par acre ..rm. DOW "P.D. Penna, !
Road Open till too 108 Pianos r.I See II L. OarO...,. R C. Leu Sr laatltnd By owner SlIest Iron lot da.ulli .
Apply 1431 Juntle
..... MP t-1176 ; Roe K LoIs at Dick Realty ,
IOU Root Main. phone IK.1133LAROB .
ONO : ;
VACUUM CLEANEHS r ulU! reeond -
tloned mw Repairk. parteOrinfleld to..11 Inc : ATTHACnVB nllUldati. 32% ACRES
Iteclrlc 3131 ClevelandHmhu Aenu MU .. eyerlaoklni Laka oibwnWiter for Industry
Bl.d. MU 5.9307BADCOCK'S -1 -- ---- PaWed itreati. Mat bumIlka dime location Hlinit

AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS 1* RENTALS ........ 1116407KIAR .Hornet dry or 130 Mobile ft tle.bomM aUon. CloM

THE KATIILKN IV ...robo..I" 10.

Art H..lrt Their WITH 1U Automobiles For Solo 121 Mobil. Homes 130 Furnished Home lets 139 Unfurnished HOUIMONFURNISHED Sooth. Ownar.. .3I. S down.-2o34IAS8VILLB .and fit TED TOWSON

SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN YOU PLAY'. :, $ FORD V.I. Itnltht .u... IBM SKYLINE 10'KM'. two bdEirrllent .: TWO .EDRooM hom.. DUPLEX I bedlroonii PARK lot I.. Lak< ..31.. 5001100MV 211 .. P15. "...
abs. Tour 10 Celt Ave A Kathleen MU r.om. mndlllon 101 I onlr. 180. ...... .,... LIVING ....por1 bloekt aoboolaouUiial County wlltt 1400 named lakealine .
CLEARANCESALE icillr ... ...... .. Inhlnt' Pair of lota 110
_.rom.. a Boniioe Circle. Lake 110."'. (II. Booth it *. ISO. Ml* Carolina
tun Irom the 2711 Root Valenrla. BEST ia-4071 or 182-totO Howl, 110 month. 'JeN to IMS 146 Formi, Grovti, RonchiiFIVI
OWNER 54 Ford. Body and. oar lot ..... your choice tod,
OP TO WO fit: in very lood condition M 1180 NASHUA 10'.10'. Two hod.: TWO !tOOW bouao. \ THREE BEDROOM wIth carport Cloie to ..OI>OIDI. chunhet anew
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE THE MANY COIIOIOOIO.' alter 5. 1175 mown Jro.t bltolouO. Von, .GOd Lemon ItreeL a four aloe park *01 North. Mauachuietti 171 schooL AIM boos rlthta M ACR Plant CLIP farm

roll YOUR OLD BKOROOU on dlIla5lCANNON & .18 Jo_ _ .dlll.n Oolt .2 000 Phonl, CAST BIDE eottaaa. '.0. : : ..?. One Stat boo month Coot Brown MU a-1311. ..t.,..p 000SontIOeohalool home furnlibed Mota In M 300
UP TO us DYNAMIC 81 old. i biit. 88 .270.. _ _. lino Frnred yard 1 : fine drlnilni m SIX ROOMS .u,., lUoet mod I.... Inland lu... Halnee Creek Cuh 101... Clark Rosily *W-
''RAPII.lI ALLOWANCE 303 5 ,.. Muit Mil for health .... JOIN'* "'AILIIP..k.. I14Iflfll come. MU aoui.OOUTH0101 : im electrical eomniny aim 0- arm. cltrua, tardea. buo, 170 142Montlcallo and ...... BIB nllaa Caet orru. 4031.
roll TOUR OLD LIVING HOOUOP Open .... .. Will trade. will llnincl Faot M.Is Itr..1 II' Yolbow.tono tOo ti,n type ... MU 1-0102 ar tw. milaa Witt .,
AleoLeoasrd .. Thlle thIn T...... on O .. 441 Hwy.. turn
1.60 Nodor 01,00. O.n.r. *
TO l>0 iiiA DTIPUL : 0014 nlhrd air .eondltloned :: : :: youm at PALM SPACIOUS T H R E B bedr*. .. North Kilnaa Creek Road 110 FROSTPROOF
TRACE-IN ALLOWANCE 1179. .. DOIX1E V.I. lour door radio roombomo. Plo.. .82.]e 1 VILLAOE Wi Newly p.lnUd. 1.1... yard. Car. Bllea to real aetata all Ice. Joloose.
l"OR'OUII OLD APPUANCI ails ." .d healer Runi lood 1131 MU KROPH 31 two bedroom I .. .m.REABONAIILI. ol the vllliaa of "port Conveniently located 1401 10. S. lu.k. 110. INN Ta010005 Ml Duncan 0 P. ."..
OP TO SIR .....n'. 104 .1471 ".700 Grow Trailer Cll,. Root RENTAL. I ftt, II OB ...... Joaephlne MU t4114te FlorIda. P50.5 313.270. 20 uired Acree. Ml Valencia matured J4Jyouni

''RADII.IM ALLOWANCE ; Oood rondl. #88. Boulh' Llkellnd .... Valencia. Prlra WT.SOO
ACCORDION 00001 .Door room too both MODERN two bedroom duple .
FOR YOUR OLD DINITTEftra .Id. 7 ..tt I .._1.14/1_Ph... MU 0-6400 0 iRi Li; 1083 i bow 50000 ii:. rhino, located 408 loot >. olectrla kltcben (13-2240 or HEAL. tnall BAROAtNBI tracta of Near land Lakalind. to with SO* down Bxcellent lermaon

to,.. Bpeclal VtlueeW.S.BADCOCKCORP.' n.. .liiarauee 951 CHXVROLET: Impila' TWo .l'eS0000bl.. aORIO. Lltcd 011. In"Iu.od 3 months ihulto. No Street Inquire 1JO BouUl For (tint 8IJ.alOl. 10 ...... eatne with houeaihonoiiui up balanca. Call..I1.0.1101'Jin, Powtra. will MU
pbone MU T. It Tucker
.ff" lmn il' 000. 3-1(113
.1 oor hirdlon AutomatIc trin. TWO OR Ihroo bedroom 01.00.mod with ihidi imill dowipiyminla .
HIlltop MobIl Park horn .
jftO Likelind '''on puP cr0110110 I MO6BJ8 P1,160 ...... oorooo o''ock' week dan. all 0.' .1.... near _u.. .,.. llwni, .acbool itorea. but Call Malcolm Tnomain I 1113.
I YAMAHA or MU 2.800. I dor or 000dar. .'.. Price rea- 005 Includlni utllltlei. '.'.2371. BhU. III 7SI.: Bert RodieriRealtor .
Roall.l Never ra 124 Trucki Troilirt .
Main tlore ui Wirehouiea illtr (ID reim pull IBM Firm NU9)98 0100410W COIl MU 3-399a. .oom.. .th. room Oai heat 110. 201 FOUR CHOICE Loti BouUi inBut I
Mulberrir Florida ,dl Avenue anylinw loon ECONOLINE F ordos-0 for FURNISHED HOU8E man. Han IBI. Oconee. ...-.1.13. tldt. Dp t* II IrontuIicluil .. 10 Acrai. IS mm In '7 n. ld000W5
MuSS,," SI.,. Houn: 120 BAa -PONTIAC waion lour d..r..utom"k. 'II.750 A.1 condition 3304 BouUlFlorid. r..m.. near Field.. Boor.. Me.17(4. Two'hod. >e ....I... PrlTita ownO1BSON it ..r.. In 1 ,r. old
.. .. aim 2432 BURN Street .,. ,_... Completecar.laklnequipment .
I am lei dailr Prl dlll.n .oa new tlrei. exrellenndltlon MU-7743 Adult *10 North Lake .00-4IU. >
until I Ihroulhout Moot >ell A10000. e.-87U. 1..U.m. ..1. room homo on two loll Porch with Irritation N.
0..r> All D.r Wrdntidir A (0000 .. .11. IIU 1050 INTERNATIONAL 5.. 001Irlirh on traro. Soar MS Rent or ..II. (It 37S3 PARK. Attraetlea lakaylew how. lUll crop ..Um." 12000.I4000bo .
1. 491
Ova to latorlito norei wrtlniFlorid J.U..on .. < or "III bed 001110 bOdy. flOW CLEAN TWO bedroom. .... .. P5500 CLEAN TWO bedroom dupllerae ... lota. Lane wooded tltai withatwir .... Prlca 1300.000. JO*
II.. Good rendition. Make ollei 50,100. near PublK and .1063. .. and water ID Oood term 'down. Oil Jim Fo.... wlUl T *
OooD DO DOE four door ..d.. MU 14378 03010. Mica rard clmeu elan to .to. 120OKMla. Land Company. ll.OOM. J.1.001101'. .....7173.I .
Likflind Auoclitt Slart All Allolilse private ... Inquire 121 Palmetto
.. ilr nrit Power 0001110. '.130.rwo. I..r.
... 112. c...'''. DI8IRABLI 1010 la IGOd
111 Florldt Aoladcock .. Clrin One owner I Bar. 22) loutS Now
125 BUMS BEDROOM TWO and 65050hodooom .. 010,0 I. and I
lurDI.h.d .. .Uo"
Will Troll You RKbt ii'T --0" ,n-I-9S Call BI3-I100 or i.88. 0 orron I, 00,1, .. .. boom. 01,.. ta tehool. 11'1.0 WOO ..hooll. ....11\0. .... 147 Income Property
0.111100 Si >4 11010 East LUne Street ....
NU i.0503..roRnm : to her 130 to t&o MO mat .
louiS P111105 cOED BU6111 I., ..1.. &hool orltr .
R. iiiiJ ,
ONE DININO taolt bieakliil i 'F ind take < tr .rkl.llad .
OIANT SIZE brand a.1110.
labll sod chain, bedroom furnl" PIANO i '." on 'M Ford 13751a .510.1..rnlll..II.Pord. Chourslrl From OMC.Ms 1900 BEDROOM horn ... MU 3.JDal. bedroom CB Flu. carport. ..tll.It HUll LOTS In Medulla. reitrlct TWO DUPLEXES: : Itonroport-
o. OllIln aod K.llhl city water 7ft loot ".alO
.lillr twi 11488 alter 0 P 01. 06 mentil kltcheni furnuhad Airconditioned
lure and mlKdlineeui Rraion up Contort H R Lewla, 410lootS Road Contact C. F. ou__. ,. Aorou itraet Southwnt too.IRe AIM lots Inatda oil,. COM In
Enrollent return oaInreitment
sOlo MU 3-0311.:) lorlh ? PONTIAC 4'or Hardtop I..h.m A"DU'. 2360 With Beard HIsS Only IN monthly. MU W..'<< dSWllbOlI, ...... 1850Wooded 2-0121.
CEDAR CHEST 122. port....r6! I try titan. I4U5 Phone MU 3102. .al 3"02' u. Iota Northilde. II 000 Phono ____
ill ilove. all Ilk. new Bed 109 401 trIo. toy rent with, RENT OR ...n.II.... bedrooi. ,3sieahio 8outh.ld. lots 13.000u. DUPLEX DELUXE: in eery nice
loot out city
1'1. lulu I4S MU t.'litNOROE .. Coil .. In Ya Oldi .. QuobtItO dlOGOualO .onsid,00d.or nelihborhood hardwood n.....
&: 'al SuItS' tl.to .D RENTALS I and aloe nor, ,." .. ?B too per nonUl r eayerir. .
HEY LOOKI U -2740.. 1102. Hlthway IT In .. MO t..3803.I will build U tult ... 4013 aIr conditioned alectrll beet
_ _
40 ullon wihriur '
tai color .. .. 7an deli a ta and plenty clout ipare. reniei and
I4>. Oni apirtment i iin LIM 1 While FOUR door Kiuer Oood I! point of Intern ATTRACTIVE nomoi. 1 bed- double carport -
IlIAC ralrlteratori
rinia. 535. MU e'ill r.k'. R.d'' ". condition. Mike an of 128 Builneii Places for Riot 131 For Rent, week for eou room.. Top location. some air ..r... combined. Want .......Ihlnlnl
Call MU J.U47 liter t 00 ondltloned 1100 I1SO Clark OWN A PART OF 0051500.COMPATIBILITY .
TWO PIECE lectlonil. re upttered W.b..h Mil I RltO Bowllni ,.. Ullt le It. Owner
foam rubber ruthloni I Ioverill Sb:1 9P'ORD Door 4 cullnder l : FOR RENT or lent. bulldlnt .t COM N I RCIAL Rellly. 5504010.M00000 ..
164 MU I.4S74 111 "k Very clran llel Phone; 1212 PoutS Florida Aye cor: .. furulihed or unlurntuhed ATTRACTIVE Uiree
u t...01 Root; Bflmar Cm he ueed for one Mel Rudy Realtor. Ian Apart bedroom Ilk bath home. Near FLORIDA
PIECE: mini lulloniw
TWO room kind of .
Plenty parklntpica atonal Bled 1104107 irhool. Fenced yard 100 Clark of this I room duple for your
CHEVROLET Impale lour door
foam rubber IM tuiauolttI2 .
}. "",prl". e8t1..991. OPEN Inllen NOV01.P... lactort ilr. radio. heat Southern lOot Collne a few. klocki call from Bert CLOIII: : IN Bouthilde II T Aoftrtmente Benin. tat'4011. home .O/or _..I..... plua enidnlnlai .

bed Mirer 1*.21 power brA0000 d power Bunk toOl '3071 ro.m.. I.r.... nice yard for colored pea- TWO BEDROOM half duplea duplet for Income
ONE Hollywood trpo Ontoeot.fld
F,.oiIcailtIo.. V usual Itoh celvi tree __ tl 150 683 4J5I alto ildentlal and/or C-1 .. mat Watt 7tn Three aedrcome. Florida room 5 ACRE should careful I 0,110700 aonilderatlon C TourletiMpeclilly

ciblnet SaRI o.mac AIRS. Good llvery whea BR 129 Furnished Apartment rnliihed II. de.lnd. 410 Boos near Bear'i Town Molhoop Very iloM I In. BC
condition (..-002.. doss Ed Ortnti 482 nil DKIo- ,4107. Zoned C.1 luilneu Priced ta loll

Bltd. .,..11.. 17 Automobiles Wanted FURNISHED OR unfurnl.hfd, .1. 133 Mobil ..duplei....t.d.In 171 a THill E: BEDROOM BouUlllde. Call boor today. oil.UU.
..to bats entrance. .27 00 10saloo .", UU 1"4J41. 1130 3 bedroom 100. John J TRACTSFOR
WE BUY 112 Wonted CLEAN rsr. '11 10 00 monthly. bamboo Apart- B...nan. Realtor. 124 W. Main
COIl MU -3.62.. menlo. MU 2.4441. .. room and St. *M.4101HMALL ONLY Tops In A Builder!

SELL CA8H toR Y CASH for pckup' trluckr .r UPPER TWO bedroom. 110mb Free Rent. 140 month. 1016 CLEAN TWO bedroom boo.. Tops In Location!
MU 33377. undrr 17 node! PleiU ... ..11 room Sltohoo' bath .dor cl..to ,... Telophant .rd. AP.I a411 Lokarl.w alroat $25

TRADE OOOD USED !Warran.y"r; 3.21U4 I Nror.toro.. boo. 46015 $014747MOTEL"APAIO'rMKNTO I HOUSE t2t per month Tops In A Duplex!

G-0.O-D household IN a lI..h. I'.. 0' plrku Free Towing. live room. North Dl.li Arenut. Phone MO9CMJ9
MU 1 J461 or 0' .Ider Call 0084060. Wild Iwo room.. U..... SSIlttboa ooa fu.and ... N tir .10.... DOWN MONTH 8nnd momehlne .... norpaltrietIn. -
H.'d. I Inquire 191 Pal CB Homo. I tdroolftO .D
till April
USED fibbed 011. 1I0tal. 5800 Now 1 : THOu BEDROOM boo.I too each lido. Lara tIled ball dropn -
: OLD ju.k raro 0. .'.1 T.mPD O0l$5wa,. ID central Florida! mail .nl. 110 month. 1311 VIals Plan SEE ilectrlo rani*. air ...dltlon'...
..... toe ooh. Pompl ONO BIIDIIOOM modern nobilhomt park : with .... Call MU t.309]. All lario room with oak door.Double ..
FURNITUREWARNOCK 81.rk'. 611-1901. ooeaoo apartmoot. lilt air tondlUonlni. ,loodlItbIltIos. i
Child 00000lod. 011 THREE BEDROOM bath "
otreotOorbtoo Irclt, M mobllnomt ranch ant Inaood
'I..U"'I rinte. ralrli- from tha CoIl.,.. O.er
116 .. water furnlihid 1..Uo.740 Huntlntton
PAY 1505 I.r .1. ISO all cltn l.ellliei! on mln dlitanca 10 LAKELANDACRES
87., older. MU 005.3482. plui .. all new recreation ... Tha flnut Rental 100 par month. Call MU Karl 1100: Traniut n ft Term. will .rr.nIHl.T B Tucker Call,
-onl or MU taewmd
FURNITURE 1M1 CHEVY 1.61(0 PARItIR. 1..1 brood oen .. 1100 per Jr. Realtor. MU 9.7.B14S ..
automitli '. FOR YOUR CARP lour cooon. Oils bath torIoo IT'S ALL ., Carole Street IUBURBAII HONa FOB COLOR-
neater. tinted 1100" th,.. room oludlo ..l001rlohr.1 MU *.M55 or liD Os DI.I. H.,. ...r I.Ik.l.nd
& Appliance ExchangeMU 6IB.7143. flral door MU 50734.PUPNI8HKD Drive Out Today Auburndile New 1 bedroom
eodarela Ch..rol.1 wIll
.2222 Lakeland WE FINANCE buy p ouroar II It'. lain APAOSuMtNTj .t Ulrei I bed C. h..... lIodor.II"ulhou' ON DADE CITY ROAD Waterfront Property

302 E. Memorial Blvd. lood Low ai 417 loutS T..n...... ltooonsbia CIRCLE! M for adulta. Cen Loris .rPl.1 and utility room
Uied Cin. l CAR PAYMENTS MU 2-16a8. air ...dIU..I.. DMB.. well. 100 111&0' lot tit MEL RUDY SACRIFICE CEDAR cabin.
of IlnInOars.. ek 3910. 3 bedroom natal itona
18 8"BI.oOCKS Scoot cohn.. 1\.lnl\ MOBILE home, ,,,&0. CooS or terauLaria .
One lock Iron
104 GM Oil Full 1 52J Verr room klloh.D wills 010100 McCollough.Frazer.Inc. LMLAREALTOR
TOO HIGH? '744 Park Hill Into from not. I* oil oa
Oik Avenue hodroorn bills. Call NU 50020or _
MU 0-1384. This Week's ., lai-toll or MORTGAGE BROKER week d yCroora A h.*
PROPANI OAS for eooklni h..tI. .19ol ". Ch..I.1 wIll tsp oft 1 '011 I. .m.rl.1 ....,... Hldrawan I oIls Moron M xioa
... hot witer Irrl..U. Indnatrlil tl lerln lot. model 001 onO .,nd sr..ICUNCY APARTMENT Otllfurnlihed New aparhn..ot. larc 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. 301. Woods and waterl, ,
uie Call ,88.3.61. Ivi a Ira Air condition h.m. In OIlS 00ll 000 0tlord.so. itlos Ground floor. dlnlna room CLAIII'II.D DISPIV'Price
\ Berlal Gas Herrlra 1313 MiwAuburndiit tit t eoo WeiUlde._ MU t.2t30. 50' x 10' MU. 1..17'. REAL ESTATE dial 686-4107 any time
Hlihway laos $MALL PURNI8HED elllclnoarm
re. OGOd ... apartment private bath $4995 CofDrasficolfyf
BIr.. 668.3114 I lor bualneii moo or couple. laJ BEDROOM 143 Mobil Horn lt
105 Jiwilry' i ii.iP iiiiC South Blvd 1501 West Arlana St.'r


WE FAT linn. diamond. laid BlIr.ehO P0 nit Near Hutchl..... Oolfourit of etaritawn at for trailer on Lake Parker S... PONTIAC
coins. old told plitlnum il,... 'nllruo Cheip I 310 If Florida A... 4108 North Florida Avtr lurnlibrd Pirkir. Chil \I. TanS watar and tlaotrlt FbM34I17 61
Nelion Jittlry. 106 loulh FloeIda .u. CIKAN MODERN rant .. dial eia ".....t" 4.Door .1.
ry reaion 1
.llen. ..tI. Oood reoulred .... W. . M...........
tJ Ford 0.1. THREE ROOMS and ... idlttoni. Utllltlee ee .
.11I. L. Ola brake radio
AuComoWle Sell
Ser AI.IDst.budaet itMrine *
WI BUY antique .Io AIM dlamondt. .I.tl.llm furnlihed Ml per mooib 0.II. BIT. Thuridiy mornlnt
ind eolni. John I. Lareen 913 AUTO Service. too' ...k. Adult. 310 Wool II... ,,". I to 1] or the furniture you no longer $1399
I..' Lomon Plorldt Ava. Phono 181- .oil! MU 2-3UD3. SIC MODSKN .IVI ACRllr..... 020 dOwn. '2.
Bperlil thru Biturdiy I .I..D 0100" to II... I.1135 0000111. w. Rudp 11..110.. IU7 use !Inexpensively with a lit aow. 14 ..
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY &tlO'O ulf te bnki job In.Iud I.. WO'ROOMS and bath lu,. pot. 31108 Norlll Plorld5.11' B Memorial Bird alU '-'101. Cain ar Trad III
I O UiE[ r rwe'd ,u and lioor $19 02. Minor lined 00011W enLoloan. comortable \ '
..up Includlni parti Sod la. .. ISO Reduced rain forummer ONI BEDROOM teallrr CHOICE 045'. directly BUILDING behind 3IM alto. Cle 110 i iHelahta .. faxt'action Classified ad. FRANK FOSTER
I VI 101 South Bird MU 3.
cylinder HOtS lit as
:: :.. clll :I.021AROE. 110.. 0. 'ork' 10 olO,00. Houus ,lsnd Slid Call MU 2- Dial MV 6-1131 now.
'64 VOLKSWAGEN I oundre. 88.440'. ORa. MU -.1870.. MOTOR SALES

For IlIr. Cars, Trucks room two DOWNSTAIRS balh ...hl.two. bed mihlne ON. BEDROOM I"rnl.hod. furnl.hod I .od LAND BUY-1010 ..... temUIrarwd 1111 I hot Mam SI.
Tudor Sedon Dtll locnlm 40t E..t Lime or toe ..n ., CoIl .U lIud Router ..I.. land 110 pey acre CI.AIIII'II.I> DltPLAV
irymiltt like to .1.0. ..... 134 00.00,0 1110 ranch tr.o.dsnd
01:001. Ingulre 730 Boulh John 50 .
to LtVelond only. ; DO1AOLINI I'. toed. ONE BEDROOM 10 > oe005 O.Ocrd Corral and 100db.hutos .. "u uuuUUuu""u... ,- -
; on phone MO 3 UIJ after tdork .1000. Bue-D Trailer
.h..1 Oil.. lootS or .1. .
First c...., tint torvdd. lot 00 rote 10 acre.ily
It the ...aJI o or week SundayCLOBie dora. all day Satrdiy I7JO or MU 2-tllJ .. 1SJOO 11500 down 300 teree.

ONE BEDROOM trailer 80 hold of tattle. only "0.000. ,
Mobil Hornet : I .IN .p.rlon.005,3-4 ..... Lith. oslo, EASY J 000 acree. four mtlei from CyOardeai it itL
\ $1599FRANK with an room.. Wither I40-l 0. Some Loundce taiIItl. ...Ilahi p". US hlah'rrontaie '..,
.. eekly Clirk SemIte. .M.4031IX1KLAND North Florid. 000.1015. Only I7to aer arreR 500
trillirito ahead Is to .
fled ad C. Ui. er H L Oordn.r. ..,
17 Coitello Tr.v.l Trill. FOUR room sodloin
rVloblr Home DI.k' 11..11. 1011 50.5 Mob. .: II
FOSTER H.Tend.l. Bird Winter Hey- furnlihed upitaln IJ2 134 "Automo- 0800,. "U 0-5133. i iII
now to brln 293..6.2. Woos Hunter eint-ietJ

I MOTOR SALES SALES routala. ID.ur. l SOUTHHIDE tarate ip.rtir.rnUwuhlni AKB: BONNY Four Btar for a LAKELANDS BEST ..Iu.. Lot II !
II ..... 7HI7t. waklni dI.t...* to
... sboeaoa. P"'"' u..I1.. 1. 3 room.. larllltlei. elee.rlclly Homo Park New I. auto
Ii 1111 I lair Mam; St. oesi red. bonded local sod national furnlihvd UI-140. Clark .akeland Kiln and dry Southialt ihopplnt and aehooli II
coors. JatS'O. 4710 New ealty. oss.4031adulti. pal alactrlo valor and U. 000. call MU 2-0821 ar MU
i ', Hllh..,. MO t 5034. osoIrbI. neter ina, boo II.... 370CLAISIFIIO. :. I
TWO 1100118. tIns .
OroM Para ."
/ : TRANBFIRREO mult PlntOfliroR,00e d both. Uilil.U. .r. Oood lake llihlni .. ,,,. I'I't
tl I 10 Retll loeited lot .. lunl.h.d 1It1...,... ... UK small ...to. 1MO

Foe ttrert. Oordon Mottle Qulrod. IINII02.P'tJRNI.HIID _, al Lake Drive MU 1- Ii

\ Notice!! ... me 3305 ONII bedroom ..arasaspoct >1XII MOBILE Park. fOVKS/ .

.. ..
TRAVELO with full maRt, orbs .011. OttlrOol Hllhwar Line "
lamps .
I II air eondltloned Ama JS.10 tarklba. 'Ja tbf mooS Uuniclpal m.'.... ...... 7 \ H2E* v : I II
II I I W. cordially lnvi,. all our / ..el... Wood with lane panellni bedroom Will and Mil 005.1080. 'U.UIO mono 812.3172. j U'1IQ ", "lNm In I Ii ,,

.. POUR POOMO sod both Woll.ton.it ACRES with well .
.t.l, tn6 l PIUS

frIends fo visit us at our NEW SPARTAN trailer furoiturl oaep.ttoo. .Sod I4t,SouUl Am..I..n Bui. ,urden 110 tank. .paved... 000.0000."CLASSIFICD road .. .

1901 New Tampa Hwy., .cibini. .It..n..'Laki. Oood Deer bll TraIler,. Jamei..rk THREE.alklnt. ROOM dletanre.ar000pae$1oot.10 town andbrary ,://I, DISCOUNT TIME! II"II"lli

selection of QUALITY / ... of automatic winner
accepted. 190 month
to year rouad ....nt., 111* SasS UKELAND'S lli
CARS. $35.00 down and vp. On 001105.11 sow Cut 10 To and Tha 20 0000 01405. W.I.ut. CAR Bl/rSf I '

II Vol Sm.cleaosOt. ,lootllDEE'S ATrRACTIVELY P'tJRNIRHJlD: ... (
Thank You and two -'droom ..."m..Io. .01 i GUARANTEED
SouUl Florida! Phono MU 3.3.a7.
Chick eke car, the* II'f
HARRY NICE DUPLEX and" tirate ap.rtrn009. price than chock i '60 MERCURY 5....... Power tra.rinf. $QAA 'f

I LE HOMES Ipso I. Witar Cumberland furnlihed MU Near S.2014 col1031 -, dealer. I ,.w., "....... RfrH ii lr
: 9 FORD 4-Di H.rdosp. Radio, host,
'J $000
N Wabash MU 11581 DUPLEX FOR winter' trillion, II OL.IMO. .ILI r.II d
: 19ea model Imp.... 101 comSIotrI" lorttlihed all ullllllei _.n. 00rta,00r. I automatic traenmlti.au # 101 OVV
Harrell Car Sales RIo..baIler. Two bedroom paid. nloa location Ut wwklyotlate ..... .no ." "'. LoO.. '
fully equipped with ill .... 6BJ.27&0_ _ _ dnvaa I.Be a tl .... : 39 : ji pinto $17O() !
$ISfS isodit1500d.i
1901 New oiooe. An eicellenl buy for 'URNllllltD APAOTMENT5 and :
Tampa Hwy. Ph. tltht pfrinn. Cm he Men at 4M1I New Ia'ooa 01.0. '69 CONTINENTAL 2-Or. hardtop. Full \
12 CHEVROLET ..'''1. 1' $1
I Auto Inlet. Ino Ion (lit ray. Eirli: Motel In... .. .. ;
'Homt of floe inder. automatic brand ..."ilio..... _I4I lOWW j
S Yes Discount Itrett Contirt Folk Fl 101000 a and 12 A KIn ."kd.". .. t 'owar. .r

nan.. Corp. MU I01HCLAllTVltD -Alto. 0 bOunds... t in r.o.No*.do .ar 0.rn.eoc aut an thta going t* sell every car on our lot end :t .,. CHEVROLET 4-DMt Sad.... ...... and $ZQ A !j
$IS95 or* TtrrlfleSitDrlv* the car *l :1 baster auU train :

iwl!! 69 CHRYSLER La Barm .Imaarwl Sadan. $1700 :
'33 II COnVAlB '$ .... .... I 112
Oaar *e4en. II BOB :f Ail .iti. lull awwtr' #

\ the Southern traditionof ver"n.w".I.able m..... 'I.,. v..". ,Belvedere..,.. .....4..0.-." 1 '57 FORD Sedan. ....... h..t. utom.lic $JJU CC Atranim.MroK i

anelSM95. ........ .208a : # lt( !

61. OLDSO-Dr Sedan. Radw, haar
gracious living the Continental plays a 'a., OL..O.LI.... .. $1200:1
.to.,.. .w. .. 4.Dear Sedan V.S. em #joo :
rud.aod "
1 Bred*
leading part. Only Continental offers so much "be oedOmOr a.. WOoS 0 : =lii* 'intfl IUOO : '56 CHRYSLER ........'. X Door .kardtea, $695 i

1I 4 luxury, so much elegance, without sacrificing $21,, \ :. ", hiN full paws, ..

tv: ...- .. I. 0.., 00450. It ::1it
I its classic 'tl 000Y500 .> 62 RAMILER 5."... Radio, heat. auto. JQ'TA
of profile.
the under stated beauty ...
Ceuae r.ctarr i .n. 7/U
I ...... ...w ,.... : :It.I .981 it .MIM tranimnnan #202 ii
Even the air conditioner Is blended almost Invisibly $25950ad .
62 VOLKSWAGEN Ridi*. htat lv| S1OAA ;.
Into the dash. No wonder more than half I Fury." a d I a. TIZUU
COIftIT V-I C.II.... aowar iteer*. !.!. rck. #224 .

" the people who buy In this price range choose ....w... "..............ar., .Soaked.. .11 .. 888 '60 DODGE 2-Dr. ...,....,. Raeia, lose $800'

._.... 300 ..'u.1 .... :It utaexetrld traniminiae #221
Continental It's a reflection of their taste. $1795'U 4-OMf tU J.n. V... tt
.. .,..omo...... ..J.. : '60 CHEVROLET 4-Dr. 5."... Fully

RINAULT. ....hl. : : '688 aeiuipa.'. aid cIsdiliSOod. .#In $11 00
u. ,line 4 D- >edae>. .. i
auieHly at 'IS PONTIAC 2-Dr. Sedan. SIC A

$895 :: abak a.anili Beer Sodas'aa. 0 Alt CMdititHMtl. #212 . . eafaJW I't

II VOLRtWAOIN ? .. '" IUICK 4 Dear 1M"' .,. $1 PO
.."... *0,0. w.1I bras.I195 .
$ U CMIvaj Lrf Imeala SOW
--.t. autematll arena. I 'J, STUDEIAKIR SraHon w.,... Sills $ CCA
mod '
C001100LOT C :
'SI.oSoWal 000o.. I I. Ceo kaatar.t 2688 sod kMt, auU. ....... #2J7 JJU I
rad.. and h...... 62
COMET 2-Dr. Sedan
r f Radio and.
$'I9S : CMIVtOlITM .._. _.... 'NUU
\\- ... #207
.-..... Autwmaba .....- .1.'
TIJiLuDEJ'J t> CHIVY II 4.Oow '" Podoo mod r '61 METEOR. 4 "
W..ei*. A real dell In :::.: 988 i laoed kai, Ratla ... $21 IUU
..".aor w.th autematta .f ....11I,. #1 19 I
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S.99S .., CMIV..OLI1' 1._ _.... i .U CONTI KINTAL s....... Aw cantlrfwiw. la.dad
v... .._... ..._._. I
lotS 00W ... witk ...rrat. 5......._ candillon S4/1QC
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II .cu.Y 4 Oaae 783ed
The V.I w.th aewee .. asod,0oo100 I, I ta ck m* ..... Yaur Ci sic. e3V7ay
TurauaiM and wh... '
ful. CHflVIIOlITI .._ ... C : '. ''OVU n
$1995Frank I .rl,00... 00.00 510,00. N a
0.000.5, 500,0

Claude Jenltln* I



I 1 Yaort al D.,.....eHei, QtnlifT S.rek.) : -INt. I

941 E. Main Lakeland, Fla. Ph. 682-6151 1111 list Mph FlorId. Avt. 682-7111 : CM* Doily rf// PJH. All Doy Itfur.'oy

?41 lust Moln St. likiland Ph. MU 24151 ;
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148 Waterfront Property 153 Nonei For Sale 153 Heesss Fer Solo 153 Houns For Sole ,,153 Nooses For Sale 153 Noises Far Sate I 153 Houses For Salt REAL ESTATE use LEDGER

if FT Lakalront**.IB ItMaklBaba mllu wait, SOOTBSIDB'I' .NEW Trod r 0."'RmUCIID 1.000.. mor100 CMIt0rssr LOOKino FOB InaflnatNu andranwoau.hl JUBT FmiBHKD tour badroom. 153 Nooses For Salt CLASSIFIED MSSPICIAI
takalBB.k>' ,., soil. ., MS*. IttBtiId r.. twIt bids, Ilk ':: Will __... 'n to raw But IM MWw ylp sir ,Oodn0.o1 !
1..1 drr. Conic kf "boat a Ku tapM otuppl0. on room hour,, = MBtar? W* ban amral (Mil 101ir Uk rtallnraworth. (..p0bulb PAINT & PUTTER 1528 Elm Road
5,0 =
Aomnatorr e.r: tiIOC'IID.
:: ,? ar Mhttol. los H, 0. tail: N6bul. -.. 5110 Iran 10551 INtgos. SMttuM* taeauan antUabE : MtoS roam, tort* M in aa.A..t_ _"AV
? ? Southwest Par 010,000. If 'Old tr Ill Oban Bulldar IM"tfi A ...... I. 1oIW., HOMES BY
IV. Cnka .
oardntr I or Bud .,
R., L Dick. toaltr Ull lootMle 4055 alo art Bouth Blob 754.1..1. April 03t." Owner ..,..... 001,4.4, 11.11\0. bnd m-.; vrREDUCED 813"13 ....181.I. '1'1I11 0 .fOOlft N.OOO I.... 01111'I Very modern block home I
al tinoola
L w 00. rhoB* MD S4UJUEAurmn. ; *. O a Buajar alMmaoa,An.nu a*. .AHUAtNlhona 811II"""'" ......re and ..1II ru.II.1IOnlot 5011. .......n........ ItItO o e l01I O.o with 5 101 050,1nod 2! bedroom, tile bath cork FHA MANAGER I
n has
p10ilL 50.1001.
LADPROIn' 5. Ir apriainimwt Aon* IM.mo thra bedroom IH aatli tws beth Cs 01 .o;:: loors. Modern fireplace In TODAY
5 04th wood 10010.5 a.
1w 10. Lou torrtist,, 5024151. tin. aornar tot _...1..., IOMUoo. um leum'. .... eroo._m, soot .oobatl Seas,. taelud, ollrui boos Low owpajronnt.
:1o o IL does, ';r.. bedroom: ......-..- a. ..or Crntal U .. SI Boo raw .kola. full tatti alwtrfckl kkltaoo obit por BMnWhU living room. Well ettabUbed -; $100 DOWN 'it FORD 4-DOOR
nods for Mult. on* br a ieUotianM ( ap..l.at.n baraalo IB .
iIt0I 004 a man Lakaland
h.?' era ... .
r blot 000.5. 0601 the Hal lUdr __. IBS1 .. alalorlal A' ... Call .aor.. alt Hlahwaj TO--W.., ot MnlMrrt 4., rtllow krlfk homt that Mini Ihtlo hana* IB all lociana -
oil our tor O. arms. .:1n. Bird BM107 B7nM Ualeala 'rho..... foot bouM as Jotiniet $1100! alM iwadi naint and llUm, BoM- OOm..l...., KdMaratMllMcmlnl ..1.1.... "," Cyl.
D L.IO. 1L.. Oardsr or a. Lo.eo pop .ALa or root. La.... house.rioluot Road BIOO rub dew. 5001nooWp the majOr IB ren."'", Mt knwktec pamanto M low .. IM.oa .
HUNT-BALB Hear rolled. Two balaao. la.ulra at IraUY Spotless Southstdo two bed. IIP In row ipro Umo .1114 R. M. MARLER .... Trcnimtwlwi' .
so Dka' IMaltr Ion lost bedroom, ttaMHBi ......... 110.411.00. .100 I.... .. kr olr oiflo wt call.
Cattac 3 brporn hosts
M.in. Phone ut1 e..u. in nu 6I3-H.14 attwma 17C&tMJfttLr p w touted. rsid. 0100 't't1UOd. 0051906 ..,. room, Florida room lei> St 10 t Lobe lot, 11NraN ::i ilor & SONS .
I OWNBH: '1.000 Sown .: ,
APpJiOX'WA1'JItY Bern at rate 50.400551. 10r05 Only $1495
ANO attractivo!? dining room, with T. R. TUCKER Jr
aBN tlnaaMdi IWO bedroom CB
I..k' 0.000 .211 n. LskdrootOeoutlfOl urnlahad oottan. WI K'VD Ih. em. too are 1501. ...... ...._. 1.MLA-IIo..toro ,
h.m. IdMl loa.
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a lot
ewe bedroom born.. 7 101 for 1'011 o5 whit peas watt extra near shopping 1401 I. Mom I" aro ....11
.IOrr. 055, 54turo. dblp ... .
Park .n. rburob achool REALTOR
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(,,wtaa .m. Shown b, III.I.t.mtn' Clark 1.0117. 1811I031.'t and oboe m west U w. bar. Only $11900! RO-1M1. I
... pulp. Contact BX C honaa of all irises IB th* loot. 1 1831 nUiutoi MocklBtblrd downtavn Una BeajuutB. phonMB I 1 31S N. Mal. AM .........4 KERLEY PONTIAC
U Oartaer OWN&R, HOB of W. R..IBill" WILLIAMS .
LOIt. or D. t.it O55 0.4. sour iholo Call aurtlniMO ira "on
.: *. Dices luaitr, loll C. MalaMi roust C" full lilt bosh. oortmL I-M ar 050 1-Ol.lJ. unWlliirrd IMl tar aptwIBIawBI.UM I BUY LIKE RENT Ml* Ana PrMPt MananrA 0,.. TIN c P.M.
MU HU3HRK 01111'' ros.. 011,00*, dews L Goon with ru .ll. kuaa UAHJORIB BirMt Ca. tOrso NEAR HOSPITAL! IntAL'I'O" t.Mt.A I Ar.a Property Uanaiw
:'f SCDROOM: BOUM.. BilUl .3-oe31 alI I ... Ino Stl south Florida A00nN Wdtotma. Man *.>B parnmt, Partly furnished, Ideal for I'U 0. PlorM0 A". j WdrIoo. LIb bosh, Aeftll PkM ISZSllSNOBODY

In ilwMa*f 10 M600. an Ml Uoatad In Croomi I motsNorth ,DUI thre* TO iMdroom olroOBMlanata..wo bath'will. anal Ml. THRU, BEDROOM 00.5, otnttkhottlnt aalant.. Call M4t MU I par.IBS*_or alii.aTO MOlite I-- bill I D ess or retirement, 015.1014 I 2 .o m,::i40.. i.:boll.. .,..Ha.. :I:1 CLI.D D""L"1 "

toot***. 0._. alU w,... ,1..0 .. Io'otQ Som. 65 11111.lood >nd sir oonmtlonln on 5113 Mr. Winifred, L Oaaa Bouth wlUtruawlla couple. Just up from Lake I bodroo5i.I bothroom. en Uk* 1100 00'
Sills lbctdlo5.' Coll ono txn tt toed n hew DM 41 Bona 1b.4 til 1 bede.m. 1'Ier1 Miscellaneous MU 2.0010.CI Clip Hlfb..,. Bald kr ...., orM Florida A.*uLAKILAND .. Parker and only $1.0001! ...11I...... . .. 8 ".00
150 I OMB, voiUldo .....\IIal) 5 nut tn bobs. PIMM MO HIUHLAKDa & .. You Know It's Mol ]Iud,. 1If.lt. 9 5L001I51001
Loke Morton taod reacl. U "' 131. can H.llhta Lot K*' B, 0o0oIeor10S ...oa. 60.6107 t
'011.0 tn' Lok.Ion". A..1Io IBOJ 8TAUNTON ...a.., oriiir I l rapalr.lt tar RomMlt RO1068.MEL Funny
11'0 Nt13.8ARGAIN. lot Tb.... bedroom tw* M .... ;Oornar. hard road IIII-IU. RUDYLMLA M
HOMES MR COt ftPl) ON UTHB1RMT THRill .ltr"lIv. Florida room. built la too.. i ionn sod I TWO YEAR old CB houM. ThroMdnioiB B* srI., tiles o..r th* pass 529 W. BEACON
WWT OP WIBBTln. 1, .om... C'.L alllll CB .. Cintral air and b.." O'ar .,- carport, teaoMI larddraparlM : REALTOR 70075 n* ouitomori ha>o sold.
| AND I 5000000.0..3.: DOWN window 'IBnlt as'B'iM ownlbt Bl..... .....01..004. MU 3-1031 (two HUltr, f9 par "If you *r.r "> 3 bedroom NEAR SOUTHGATE WAoTUlIOHT A01'0.
ro PHA QUALIFIED BUYERS 110'''_. B* Sly ...... Bo alo. ICI TWO bedroom CB. TotUUtlnt mrtit IM* CMuaibi Bt. 50940.0.T00 MORTGAGE BROKER FLORIDA ROOM kono oa a dMP 3 BR 2 BATHS .
UU RUDY REALTOR 1991 I 1 .1 bL..en, I. 000. I 0.4.sxctuavi
albMOHUL41.> ANVTiUI loS oo.t. Terms. Thra* bedroom .. nortcut t..170, 4'i-v .' 1001)000 Mwl' 4.u.i.d. .. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. lit ..... M Mlwoli. ahoDplm and
lOia WaMland Drlta lot '8' > ,.., rNtonibto Mult 0.0,4. New roof Out of town dial 68M107 time bus ...,Iet. b* tur to flv* rn5. $21,000 ru00aCOMPLrn
I 1111' !. ,. iliadi Iran. a,7M .', tHildrn Rubs Drlw Boutk awn.r. IoU naaonablr. 1404 WoelPau..n. any 0 call" Woll now I how ont
worth tioooo. Thra. aMrooi MU <01THBB ? ollor th.,'. "n/_. BOW", Biod UCllAnoM FIMTtI
.... .. c.lIloI 155t ood AI.dIUDIIII'
IJI era k.' kmlUn aU. and do
717 Savannah talOO end, 7.(00 tWO. Ilk brd.P5015. ,. BtAUTiruk Bun AerM Two BY OWNKR. lata wall-aullt ". .aolt bOlla....' It* enlr rOme 01100,4 ....,... Cloreto COM.-o.MIN-'Io\
152 Real Estate Wanted .. brand thr** broom h.m* cool aoil dolor
Urn. aero B. dlKxmot the or four bedroom bom now 15900 wllH oair Items You timar add .04'lilt Pdbp T. loop A.-
mt amitr 00e5.for oaahla rilUblo.. Torruio floor built ban lot. Compliuir HaUhMI 505 New Combee Rd. know. It t funnr 1500'6 r.n..i*. hi.h. This lit* .... iparlou 10M $1,650 AltO t4S Pat MO.
I WI OIT noulul Reed 0.01un 8M-373B. wwaar la r nn. .wtiln. ...d.... Prlw PIn !>.Ie.. 18._ 41M d.wit Mr who told M* M talli, I ours homo ha* a _... lnlni
lor 101.. .al4ll. ...1 Ru.,. Rector. itortlnt ot ".300. (57 32 month >6> 5B monthlr Juat WI Combw ultoblt for 110118 It WM 10*. BO-I13J room by tit....... Ian. llvloi A44 Ape. -...., M MAnt" 1.54..4
ISJt But 0.0.00101,0004161.LIST moos BBDHOOtI tw. fullbam. LocMd 0 MUM Rut of LoktlMidon Road aoroia Irons 005601' surf : .1 ethte room .IU> a plotur window 9 .
.. tamps roo"" aaMrat.utllltr Old Wlntw Moid For Churob. Open houw Sunday MUI I 000155... Puro15h50 room, CHhem. Call PbS Br.w. IBJ-H4J nor lara.. with ..tra tarn till!- 5..101 5.4.1 -"AJII. 'M.
r wiuj ob..... wail.towalloarpatlBi urthfr lntor >llon, roll JrrtrM .IBM. .. lot 100' 0 302'. flood price 114' and work.n an*. Oh yait lOt W. UICI .UIe" 05.
YOURROPERTY tonraalant b> all .rdU. CY 4-I21B W D.. WIOtort. BOUTHWBaT tlUU. bolos IM ODd good "rm. CM-100 Leonard Rabin tt mawnrr voBntruotloB and 10.0 M. ... 01.00501-.....CMIM
Schools and bas lln.. rtrlatt *M.dltloa CT Ht33 .... or root Coital la back tiai > .utii4l oak float Call loM 5,1.000 1450
WITH US BM It. lin4 J4GNDUI small down pam..t. AIM hauaaralM 1628 S. Florida Ave RoalM tULA no 1101. Ions e004150
TWO 8IWROOW rr.m. boos. for aalt. Mil B-tUB 1039 t tlm 51.Call
COWaTaUCTION Tradltlonal tad boresle l.r _all M IWAMIWO Ids APr 0r Owbp
4i( Bhortr' eant MLt It, BURn la dailca taatarlnt ap soul ..0....... lit Btnn *- Idnl b0t1.u 40000 550'.12. 632-6109 KEN HARRIS ua.41.,
DOWNM.. U Uhort> Palm.Roaltar ..... dlnlai rNB. aaaatod lam .h. en.3M1WIU. Hpaolout 3 bod...... 1 both bam
LMLA. JIK 7.s.r4. iir raam wlllt Inaiaoa doobUdr BRAND NEW1B510110110005. Formal dinlni room riranliM In lUaJlof txohannr LULA
'- *B r> lonr, dowaii luaiaBriar BUILT throo (Iood..... CB llrlnl room and maiUr a.droomTHB 1900 S. Honda AT, A.olhes bpsb WNAesm C.dnus Ap..1m.M0..Lpri
.5t a :.UDT:1.v 001510$ 1._ Latoland BMM ..- Mass. air MMItlonMI. ....IIo.t TWO SPOT FOA Oill BhoBRaHaurant $50 PER MONTH ... :1181CL'IID h 1..4.0 1. M.oO ..d Aw.M.o.
alrabl oeId..... Boa 0....., IIIIIIdor. o.P ltk)0. 721 WoodwiK Dot... BATHS CINTKAb AIR AND Dress "" .. ar mans
t.011) O34V13TRftMBi Ml DOWN. *M nonWIr"Tm HEAT. ALL> THIS FOR ONLY'.u... traai of bualnaia, *!.. DI'PLAY .
BlbROOMB ''balto bxlrmno. CB .. (ItaoOM OW YODR TKItM 107 -R. tram homes -- -
110 II sores posture load IVk w combo I boa 1 bedroom
.r hor.sw 0srs0 1..1. Brok". Florida room air fcnidttlanad SIMI ....>. mipior. ..n.r. BD- BOUTHfltDI AND NO.RO.I.. 'Coil Moos Rlohmend ut1 wan that ..n.. M told ImratdlatolrX .
,wal,. ..toad ...... rVal banaia in 8802. 'MtntKACBirnrB BCT 100500907. ....1.... WV 1..731 mallfvlnf. n* tlnnlti _.. lie
ANTED: BU1UDINO lot M vsrr dwlraal. _11ttI. Call MX EQUITY for OJMThwo IVINIMOI: CAt.t. 1I".CItHlYMtJ ...t.......... Minimum. down varnitnnot '
For Information
H-*l er OIlor 0 1111I.. 11:1-48.: bedroom below No oloiinioit 04055 < la HE
note or homo Call MO Ji238t Frldar (
Uondat Uirouli
.m. THRU BKDKOOU CB like sew. .. UII WoMlud AmmMma BEERMAN REALTY 01.n. I moo
eo..or lot. all ...t. oondltloDlniYH BKI. !M-ot4,._ R \
VII LEDGER \. Widow loui south II)- TWO BEDROOM-- tu,,"..... borne ROY SIlllE l.2| Bouth Plotlda AfMUt MU 2.2283 i iCLA" ).. ..1\\\ SHE@
133" for ..... Ooniidft {rods lorcar osId ,
or ear ODd .........U" 10 lp'1D DISPLAY
'#11" BARGAINSI be 0050 55 ..... .... 50trouUr0 121 I JI'LORID.A i fJ
I 11.15,... tana :ole.nb porokRaaaonakla BUNKER HILL 1I. >
I tol'lll8 arruiad. COB. 4 BATH that 4
Save More "J tort .nor. tM.T40TJ I One block from Yacht Club.I '14 SPORTS COUPE
DOWN en monthly TtiratbMirooma PRICE REDUCED blocks to tennis and is selling tit... nice con at such RIDICULOUSLY LOW, LOW PRICES
CB aauuiaaat lotatiaaKltolwB Two

MONEY I meet In the Want Ads If buUMBi ndMortted. Ito. Bhlpl.r bauuBoauuiullit .. HOME AND INCOME ,golf. Large family room I $2259 SEEING li believing. Coma down to 801 W. Lemon St. and le fa.,0un.lf. .

have owes, II aol. am'7aaIC I living room with marble

.I I you something to sell MO ALOW. Mmplatalr fur.ilahM :,a31 eel tkl.... MMonit Johnaoa Dupln(t, iwb at tit-lid. I replace, central heating i I .
Right I Btrvlcw to offer or room Con.uilhg of Uiuif roam, I hu llvln room, dlnlni room I and air conditioning Corner
diBlni room. ltoh.n. tw* bad I of the GOOD BUYS that we will be offer.
I bedroom kltohea and Oils balhOn KERLEY PONTIAC Her ore Just a few many
to rent, doal wait-dial room and bath. Lari. front aldo la oomblotelr I lurnUhcdOUltf I ot. Citrus trees. Double car- II
I poraa. cloud In Jamil ...Iporco lldt unlurnlihad ncoptor For sale I ing for the next 10 days.19S9 .
by owner
.II How MU 1-1131 now and place Baparat *araa. Dnri var- I ..... and tol.It....... Call I port. 0,.. Till I r M.
nor ..." Priced lor viilck .... I of MwolBtaianl t* to* lailtft. 2605 DERBYSHIRECALL I
lilt potty .d. '!Tm.'l under MS a Pet. OM ""h.., (I ft ROM It.
WB won't B.*d l.ncv I dour, 101 lost paaobUaa Btratl 682-8735 Ftltt MI.UK
ward* .wo.v. |.. __ Lak.laitd, Honda: ABBOTT NECKES CO. Ii FORD V-8 Ranch 1958 BUICK Spec. Cony.
I k f.Bct 4Mb. Met are CLAU"0 o".LA" I C"AUlpl'D DIeoLAvI OL".IP.IO OIPLAY__ I ISPORTSMAN'S
i ml aillj/ **! w.'.. I. Rlollnro IoMLAU' WMM. AT, PS $700 AT R.H A SrMMSV $550

"."III..r cords .. .. T10.. A". Mil 241131 Hnt. Only S.I.I . .
Ml* rabl wen
"' I..4.-111 .1..lIc. I Come fie And Meet
It shove *.*.*.., I

I I ...? Over tw-wBith, price Came Is wwwn.j -- Small down payment I '62 FORD XI ConvertibU. Bright red. .

anal talk It *v.r, In k D'1t1: >B..*rarkar bedroom Road Ul*IB batb Moduli CB b.me'.1.1III. loaded and boys this one Is readylll 1959 PLYMOUTH Savoy 59' CHEVROLET Impala V-8

I *IUI carport. and Btllltr. aa a 1 1I 1 D,. M. T. IRH 0 M
lot approxlmatalr lOHaoappralial Rod with ** 600 $1000
63 RAMBLER .4'' .- I sloe Mooo, 560 a month I 61 CHEVROLET Z Door Hardtop. !, V0a2RDr. 'ait. Air
Claaal* 4aar WavM..i I ." Call Earl Tranim MG "
110051115 wkii I....*...wtld Au I I 3.,..* or MV *-7l1J. I 3 deuces and Teenagers'dream.
.. m e t I. '" .vl u.1
..... _11.1.. MeO .
w. 55td II..:

1't $219? ., NO DOWN PAYMENT '60 CHEVROLET 2-Dcof Hardtop. One own 1960 FORD GALAXIE V-S 2-Dr. HT. A/T P/S R-H $1,000.00

' iii 'VOLKSWAGEN ......I WB Pea .* tr. V-8, radIo, heater, power steering; 1960 STUDS: URIC tf Cyl. 2 Dr. HT. Sfd. Tron., Heater. Until It
Cm.. ...,_ white ALL BRICK HOMES and brakes. All original. SELLS, this car priced at only . . . . . $600.00
both mated.it* InMri

... "$Y795I $56.36 '64 CHEVELIE Super Sport. Solid black 1959 INDIAN TOMAHAWK 500cc MOTORCYCLE will be SOLD to

I I!. '51 RAMBLER rr Boath I with red bucket teats. Lest than 100 the tint buyer with $250.00 coih to spend. No phone calls on this

11III Cloial 4.Bwr BUtIMkvaoo JIM BURRUS'He Small Sow parBaat .. nr M. miles. It's a big V-8 with "4 In the one PLEASE.
*. ......1... >lnrlInairlor 'Many miod.u aow .n4. 50s-
ODMWfnlcaltVllaaor 0 "

IiII ......... _., iwM would like to toke this" opportunity to traUM floor. MORE THAN 35 IN ALL. BANK FINANCING

I IiII or. $69 .IIh. Invite all his friends to drop In and see "him I IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION '56 CHEVROLET 2-Dtor Hardtop. Beige
COURTEOUS SALESMEN. CALL MU 34591 for favorite.R. .
11III at Lakeland Ford Company, 125 Lake Mir CO. and gold. Boys this one has two 4

I 11II ..-60. "al SIMCA M, ..011as ror Drive. Jim has been selling automobile INC. barrel pots and 4 In the floor with C. WHEELER CHRIS CHRISTENSENRED

I 'i;SSpecial io>nmy Lakeland! for 18 years 7 years of this time in 411 ... ra. AnHMUl .SU-943S I' all the go. POWELL WAYNE PARKER

Many More Om-Owmr'f Te Cb... from
it's no battle to trade with
I Stop In today and let him show you the 1964 S. SIDEBARGAIN I
1959 CbevrelstlatiM TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakeland

I 4.oe. _Waaaa_OIl.0. I Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford Due to Illness will sell this ED'S AUTO SALES, INC. ( j > Bunker Hill, Inc. .
bedroom insulated home
Indar with *t.ftd* ,two
-JrSy'Sn!'. i iU I as the car of the "rear.LAKELAND. In A1 CONDITION. 19' llv 1053 I. Main Jr. P1,. 83-5744 Your Friendly CoJgt Dieter

I ,, ;7 I log room 19' Florida room. "Whtr Vol..", M.kH V.lu. ,MiU, ,."

Nice wood floors floor furnace '

FORDCO. nicely landscaped
1 II VALIANT nice citrus. WALKING DIS-

4 .. Dawr Standard1 LMul TANCE to stores, churches Looking for a "Family"{ Car?

1 000 =$895. S ., INC. and bus $8500, $47 per Be sure to see 'us at Lakeland Ford
month after down payment

'41 VOLKSWAGEN I I IIS Like Mirror Or. Ph. MU 2-1102 Phone OWNER (S31063CLAI For the finest selection ot family car*.
1 1I .
o .
1I ., IBO OIBPLAV- """ '60 DODGE Station Wegon. Loaded with $1101!
I 'i1- i ,5 the works . . . . . llT-P
'60 FALCON Station Wagon. Standard
.2. I America's Choice Compact! < 1 $995
III 9..1..I. Ta0104 4nI.-Loop .... ',1.1!. transmission, radio and heater . .
11III m..l. Iraniraej '......_ j jI d, 61 OLDSMOBILE "U"
... KeMtvrwnew 1 I I If Ha$1795
I!. .n. \ Loaded with extras .

I .,* '60 FORD 2-Door. Standard transmission.,
5$ fORD._ .rte See and drive It . . . . .
05551. 1.505 .1
V.a, power ,Mwrto. i (
I 'autawat traitamlaH.n ... .. I'' '64 FORD Goloxlc 500 4Door. Loaded,
I! .... La* $3295
i69S air conditioned. New car warranty .

I I Biggest Selection In Polk County '56 THUNDERBIRD Hardtop. Loaded
'59 IUICKOMT and like new . . . . .
.. Mardw i*. I
I >._. 'wll M..r au.toto. Dollar for Dollar and Pound for Pound- '
...._, ( 55 THUNDERBIRD
.. ... ........ ....1MM $1495
DIM, Laaal an* I The Only Compact with the World's "Highest" Resole Velu."Performance" ConvertibleOne I . . . .

I "' $1095 Day Special 57 MERCURY Monterey 2-Door Hardtop.
See I "Economy"Oanalr '59 MERCURY 2-Door Sedan. Auto. $345 I Auto. trans, radio and heater . .

1 Okee Llndengrsai I trans., radio end heater . '58 BUICK I Station' Wagon. $695

I I Loaded , . . . .

Paul I '60 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4Door. Two to choose from. '63 FORD Fairlane 2-Doar Sedan. 7,000

I : conditioned, power $1795 original miles, white wall tires $1695

and loaded . . . . '
I : '62 THUNDERBIRD Convertible. Loaded

I 1 Naylor 62 THUNDERBIRD. Fully equipped. Loaded with ex.tros. and air conditioned One owner . 3195
3 to choose

I 1 I Manes eluk .....11I64's 'ram. . . . . $2995 59 FORD Galaila Sedan. Loaded with $1095

Molars air conditioning . . ,
I 56 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan.

I 1047 L MAIN ST. $1995 Sharp and reedy . . . $395 57 CADILLAC 4-Door "62" Hardtop. $795

24440Sr. Priced From All power .. . . . . .
Ys. =:: :: .1 61 FORD Station Wagon (Ranch Wagon) A nice
I .... '63 Priced From $1795 automobile for the sportsman 57 OLDSMOBILE Convertible. All power
Ivlllnp $1295 .$695
Opts .1 er family . . . . . plus air' . . . . . . .
1 9, P.M. 62 Priced From $1595


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I'I' your convenience

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I II *r.., Cinr.'" Center' Ave.Lakeland FORD

...... ,I 310 No. Florida Are. Ph. 686-5165 &. Lake MU Ml02I
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9t LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, March 5, ISM!


All your Eckerd Drug Stores are joining In the Gala Grand

Opening Celebration of your newest Eckerd Drug Store,

GRAND OPEMNG 860 Cypress Gardens Road in Winter Haven.

Help us celebrate by taking advantage of the hundreds: of ..

money saving bargains offered at all your Eckerd_Drug Stores!




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