Lakeland ledger

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Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title:
Lakeland evening ledger
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
March 11, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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:
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
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Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)


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I 3)I PillagedPHNOM I

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Worth '
$ PENH, Cambodia
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t (AP) Rioting Cambodians
sacked the American and British
By TOM HUGHES Nelson said the bandit : embassies In Phnom Penh to-
.' Ledger Staff WriterA off with wedding, day and the U.S. Information I
pistol-waving robber took and dinner rings valued : ( :: i Service library.
$10,000. Diamonds Included Several thousand Cambodians .I
$10,000 worth of diamond rings ; I
from Nelson's Jewelry 106 S, Love-Bright, Priscilla rampaged through the buildings
Florida Ave., during a daring .said. Flowers the rings, and were Fire Lite. ( order.during the three hours of dis I,

daylight robbery yesterday
afternoon. only up to 4900. I ( The flag over the US. Em-

.4 1 Police said the victims, Mrs. Streets Crowded bassy was hauled down and
Eva Byers a clerk, and Earl The robbery took place burned.the Cambodian and the mob .." im. '
o'clock yesterday ) flag
)leI&b ?own t:. .sere .sot '"' Several
polic 4id, when cart belonging to
Injured W molested In
any | ;
I way downtowp streets were t members of the British Embassy -
Investigating the case were burned and several
T detectives/ J. li Norton American Embassy cars were
L. T. Reynolds. They overturned.

FBI Nabs police assisted officer.' by numerous I I ) ; j Shout Slogans

r The mob shouted such
The detectives said the : slogans
Two Young victims were in the store I : as "V.S. go home," "Down with
o'clock one hour before I imperialist and the Free
World and "Perfidious
robbery took place. Albion
FugitivesTwo ."
whose legs are paralyzed : (England)
; In Washington State
in a wheel chair at his Department
Waynesville, N. C., bench behind a partially press officer Martin Cra
youths were arrested by closed glass cage. Mrs. mer said no Americans were re-
agents of the Federal Bureauof was behind the jewelry ported Injured in the riot but

Investigation during an ter opposite the cage. demonstrators were cut
early morning raid in a According to Mrs. i by shattered glass from win-
awampy area east of Lake- the culprit who robbed I stoned by the mob.
land on the old Winter Haven entered the store about ( ) Carmer said US charge d'-
Road. o'clock and asked to see Herbert D. Spivack had
Joseph F. Santoiana Jr., en's diamond wedding to the Cambodian gov
special 'agent In charge of Other Stores Visited
the Tampa District office The man picked out a Get Past Pollee
said agents from Tampa and but said the price was The rioters broke through po
the Lakeland Resident high. Mrs. Byers said barriers to sack the U.S.
Agency arrested Daniel went over to Nelson and the information
(Danny) Sherrill 20 and Carroll agreed to reduce the They put a ladder
Gene Killlan 17, as they She relayed the t a wall to bring the
lay sleeping in a lightly to the man who told her flag down.
wooded area.Federal would be In later In the Embassy papers were scat
Charge Made noon. I through the streets.
Santoiana said the two Police said that for the I I Relations between the United
fugitives were arrested on a hour the man apparently and Cambodia have de-
Charlotte N. C., warrant. ited other jewelry stores In recent months and
The federal charge was Lakeland probably government of Prince Noro- I
placed against them when to find out which one Sihanouk has moved closer
they crossed the stat border. be the easiest to rob. > j the Communist camp.
They were charged with un- About 3 o'clock Mrs. The Cambodian chief of state
I recalled his ambassador II
(Turn to Page 2, Column 4) (Turn to Page 2, Column snow strong whipped surged streets Some 5,000 families in Hamilton Washington and refused to
East Germany. through hundred of cities and and homes. and Clermont counties In accept further U.S. aid, accusing Second Incident communities augmenting the Hundreds of families In Missouri Ohio and Campbell Kenton the United States of supporting t
0 siaswrefe.aey.aara+ flooding. and Southern Illinois left Cambodian rebels.
and Boone counties In Kentuckywere
we>as.tefaartameamisresnarwtat+as eddfaaTicemr This was the second Incidentof Portions of Kentucky Pennsylvania their homes as rivers overflowed affected by flood waters. Washington has denied this.
kind In six weeks and the I
sp4a11 this Ohio, Indiana, Missouri and sent water edging Some 900 persona-500 of them Criticizes U. S.
of the U.S. after
sea wording protest Illinois and Went Virginia to doorsteps. children were taken to Red Sihanouk criticized the United
,,,og art fr the Soviet destruction of a U.S.T39 lay under flood waters I Residents prepared to evacuate Cross shelters. States Monday night In connection
Jet trainer on Jan. 28 was The American Red CrossRoad as the Ohio River reached with his proposal that the
.. ss much harsher. All three men in Factories Closed
States Thailand and
the trainer were killed.
Many industries In Ohio and South Viet Nam send represent
At that time Tyler made no
West Virginia were closed. atives here by the end of Marchto
and denounced the Soviet
'apology Projects The New York Central Railroad sign an accord recognizing
Union's shooting down of
halted Its Chicago to Cincinnati -i
} the T39 as "a callous and Inexcusably train near (Turn to Page 2, Column 3)Page
brutal act of violence passenger
{ Lawrenceburg Ind, and
Listed passengers
against an unarmed aircraft. By CountyBy
were taken to Cincinnati
There was no explanation
1 bus.Tractors .
here of the much softer wording
I of Tuesday night's statement RONNIE STUART Ranking second on the proposed and trucks Jammed

a I Ia There was some suggestion that Ledger Staff WriterBARTOWTwentythree primary program is the towns roads to leading evacuate Into Isolated many river lam-

U.S. officials were puzzled if sec- north'south arterial highway ilies.

not embarrassed by the fact ondary road projects and sixteen from Lakeland. A contract for Thousands of persons sought
that the RB66B with a pilot and primary projects are on the engineering work on this temporary shelter in Kentucky. Amusements ..... 14

two navigator. aboard had a list scheduled to be presented road was let last week. The Ohio River Is expected to Bridge ........ 7
strayed across the dividing line by County Commissioners
In Germany and gotten over to State Road Board McCutcheon said "the boardof reach its third highest crest this Business News ...... 13 i
Communist territory. Member Warren Cason during county commissioners Is century In Louisville 18 feet Comics 14-13 .
very pleased with the push" above flood stage. I E
of this
There was no explanation a hearing afternoon. Classified 23-24-23
made for Lakeland IsolatedShepherdsville
being the Town
how this happened. The previous County Commission Chair- by-pass, I Crossword Puzzle. 13

incident was also unex man Wilmer McCutcheon said First on the primary program Louisville ,the 20 miles Salt River southof I Dear Abby............. 13
the will
plained. have $2 4 mil-
The Air Force said the twin lion county available for secondary Is the four-lanmg of was Isolated as seven feet of I Deaths ._................. 2

J jet aircraft was on a routine construction. The list to be State stretch Road from 600 Lake on a Alfred 4 8 mile to water covered the business dl"l Editorials ............... 4

training mission from Toul- presented to Cason carries State Road 25 trict. Fulton Lewis, Jr. *.. 5

Fugitives Surrounded Rosleres. France, and that the estimated costs which total Also to be presented to Some 1,500 persons were Horoscope ............... 14

crew had been briefed to fly a approximately $2.3 million. Cason Is a list of three projects forced mouth.In .from their homes In Fal- Television ..,............. IS r

Two fusitfvM, with kick M oomm m4 kondcufM. capturee' .. iwomoy. arse ...! .f lokoland practice mission over West Ger McCutcheon emphasized that for the remaining $990,000 .............__ 10-11
tint monuitf ere otcorro1 ..... the ........." Pollee. ....... ky FBI .,...... Tk. hondeoHodfiilttivoi many. commissioners can "only 'ualest" from $9 million bond l Issue Indiana waters reachedthe Sports
....., Before takeoff the Air Force in the matter of prI- In 1959. top of some house roofs In Weather .............,...., 3Women'
..., DonW (Danny) SkomR Mt, 20; end CorroN Gm KiIIl.., 17, cantor rif> passed
told mary roads. The final decision the southern portion of the stateas .......... ...
The Associated Press here list 8
beth *f WayMsviHe. N. c., wk* was .-" fee olowfol fliohr to ovoid ,_......* .. kmkmfd ; rests with the State Road Projects on their the Ohio threatened Its worst ?

.tnrinni in Charlotte, N. C (todoer. Photo ky (Turn to Page 2. Column 3)4'.wS."y Department. (Turn to Page'2, Column 5) flood la the state sines 1943.

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Forecasters 7UKELAND__ LEDGER Wednesday.Increase March II. 1M_EstimatesOf ||["FBI Nabsi Lists County Road Sources Seek To Quiet

I Citrus Harvest For 196364Government I Two Fugitives Young Projects Talk Of LBJ-I< ennedy Feud

length and estimated cost are:

crop forecasters I the Valencia crop which has not: good, and there will be limited lawful flight to avoid prosecution Construct a road from WASHINGTON AP Some,Johnson and Kennedy are excel One man In t position to know
( ) -
yesterday raised their estimateof ,[yet been committed" supplies available for process- of breaking and enterIng Malnes City to State Road administration sought said opinion on the choice of
557A south of Interstate 4, 7.Smile sources
temple orange. by 200,000 I Rutledge said he expects consumer ing. $350,000; an east-west by.F'OI1 today to softpedal talk of a lent.Others, however, Insisted Johnson was sharply divided

boxes, hiked the forecast pink retail prices to stay at-, Florida limes are froecast at a Agents, led by Special smoldering political feud be-' there has long been personal but that Robert Kennedy arguedfor

seedless grapefruit crop by 500,. 27 cents to 28 cents per six- 450,000 box crop unchanged. Agent Larry Thompson, senior tween President Johnson and,friction between the two and Johnson because of the

000 boxes and reduced the estimates ounce can of orange concentrate from February, while the lemon resident In charge of the 'Page Atty. Can; Robert F. Kennedy.I relations were further Southern support he was expected

for white seedless grapefruit for the remainder of the sea- estimate was Increased by Lakeland office, were In One White House official on that to the ticket headedby
position to bring
500,000 boxes to 19: million pass from Stat Road60 to organized efforts to
insisted strained by
by 500,000 boxes, and for son during pre-dawn hours close terms with both men
The USDA estimate for west limits of Bartow to State votes John F. Kennedy.
crop between
tangerines by 100,000 boxes. "Consumption will be sufficient that relations garner vice presidential
citrus In the rest of the nation Road 35. 35 miles $140,000: New Another Insider, while expressing -
The March citrus he said "to Kennedy In Tuesday's
crop estimate provide an- construction of State Roadf640 for
this subject
was as follows: opinion on
by the U.S. Department of ending carryover of 10 to 12 mil- California-Navel oranges, 16 l'JRtif::1'..:,,; ::0", from State Road 37 at Lodge Wins Hampshire primary. supported no the view that
Agriculture sets volume lion gallons on Dec. 1. At the
Pierce to State Road 555, 5.2 .
million boxes; Valenclas, 16 million Sparked Feud Talk there is no warmth In the John.son.Robet't
to be harvested present time, salesmen and
oranges at 24 miles, $200,000.McCutcheon.
(down 1 million); : They had been led to that Kennedy relation-
million boxes of early and mid. salesmanship must prevail rath. noted that commissioners HampshirePrimary i, Although Johnson outpolled .
fruit, 3.4 million.ArizonaNavel. area by Information received He laid the President acted
season oranges, 3.2 million boxes er than resorting to unnecessary have voted to refinance Kennedy In New Hampshire ship
that the In
two reluctance
of temples and 38 million ofValenclas price cutting to sell the crop" oranges. 830- were the bond project beginning and the attorney general acted with great
000 boxes, Valenclas, 1,050,000 seen in an area south of the the attorney general on
; sending
for Interest 1 and list of discourage effortsin
a total orange Improved July a last week to
grapefruit, 2,8 million 100 Old Winter Haven Road. missionin
crop of 65.2 million boxes. Rutledge said consumer Inter. (up ,- projected projects for the additional his behalf, the write-In drive his recent peacemaking
jest In fresh Valenclas has Improved 000 boxes.) The agents combed the area $5 million, which will New Hampshire votersbutgave for Kennedy certainly was an Indonesia and Malaysia. He
No Pries Effect SeenA Texas-Oranges, 230,000 boxes at dawn and came the hint of his said Johnson apparently did not
this week over last week upon be available, has been prepared them no plans. embarrassment to both men-,
grapefruit crop forecast at and should continue to Improveas ; grapefruit, 480,000. youths. The youths were hand "They have paid me the high. and helped Inspire talk of a party -want to give Kennedy a buildupas

28 million boxes Is made up of the larger California navelsare Louisiana Oranges, 10,000 cuffed Immediately and did not McCutcheon said Ms entire est of compliments and I shall feud. a potential running mate.

an estimated million boxes of used up and the smaller 1 boxes. have a chance to break away program "is flexible and subject :very carefully consider their ac- In view of this, it seemed likely I Kennedy has said nothing

seeded grapefruit 13 million sizes become more predominant and run. to change according to I ion and all its meaning," he that some concerted effort about his 1964 political Intentions -

boxes of white seedless and 7 The USDA reduction In the size Four Ways To Run where the traffic Is heaviest"Projects said. would be made by the administration If any.

million of pink seedless The estimated of the California Valencia crop Robber Gets on the secondarywork The younger Lodge added this to promote Democratic He did say Tuesday in a talk

tangerine crop Is now by I million boxes should further When arrested, Killian and program-listed accordIng forecast: "If my father is calledon harmony and scoff at reports ofa at a junior high school, that
36 million boxes and tangelos ( serve to firm the marketing Sherrill told the agents that to priority-the length of by his party In convention riftIn "I'm not going to remain as attorney
850,000. $10,000 InDiamonds they were sleeping on the the projects, and the esti-- after Novem.
outlook for the Florida general
grow ground instead of in near-by mated cost Include fact, the official who characterized
The new crop estimate, said er, he said"Grapefruit. : ti her." An aide said later that
shacks because they would Lucerne Park Road from : Johnson-Kennedy -
Robert W Rutledge, executive Is In a ; Kennedy did not mean to fix
very have "four directions to run." Winter Haven to Haines City, as excellent appeared to
vice president of Florida Citrus deadline for re-
strong demand situation and Is White November as a
The told eight miles, $500,000. be speaking for the
Mutual, "should have no effecton expected to continue strong" rn said the man returned to youths the agents Old Auburndale Road from there Isn't any question that he House although he declined to signing.

prices now being offered for Rutledge said. He said fresh the store. She was waitingon that they awakened every hour Berkley Road southeast to will accept gratefully and hum be quoted by name Although there has been Kennedy .
and listened for noises but did
the relatively small portion of for-vice president talk for
grapefruit movement Is another and and -
very customer the bly enthusiastically.
.. ...... eec hear anything "If we State Road 539. 19: miles Johnson Said CoolIt .
.. months the attorney
man said he would talk to But George Lodge-who rae I the past three
Nelson until Mrs. Byers had did," they said "all you would $73,000Bay unsuccessfully for the Senate has often been said that general said nothing substantive
WEDDING BANDSLadies' finished her business. have seen would be arms and Street Included the subject until last
Continuation of SR 540 to from Massachusetts two yean I Johnson has been cool to Ken. on
Nelson and the man talked legs. south city limits of Lakeland, ago against Sen. Edward M. nedy for the past three years week, when he said he wanted
for awhile and the customer Following their capture, the "I real. write-in efforts In
& Men's, White or Yellow three miles, $160,000Continuation Kennedy, D-Mau.-said because Kennedy allegedly opposed to discourage
'.- . youths were taken to the Lake from ly don't know" whether or when I, selection of the Texan as his behalf. He did not eliminate
GUARANTEED I i'iI';. "',M ;.,;j.9ilJ\ land Police Department by the Street In Lakeland northwest Lodge will quit his diplomatic I the 1960 Democratic vice presidential himself as t potential candi I
M 6r.l",{! agents where they were heldto
I erly to the Kathleen Inter post and plunge formally I'
await a U.S. marshal who
-- the for the nomination. -
| change on Interstate 4, 2.3 race
$288ONLY $288 was to have taken them to
left the building. Mm., Dyers miles, $200,000. "Measure Duties" nominee.ttuamtf
placed the set of diamonds, Tampa today. Mt. Plsgah Road from SR I IHARRY
"He takes his responsibility In !
gift wrapped, on the counter It was reported that the 700 south to the county line <
and said they were ready for youths were suspected In :9.79 miles, $279,000: Viet Nam very seriously,
f RANK'S JEWELRY him. breaking and entering cases in From SR 37 south of Lakeland Lodge said. "It would depend on

the Polk City area during the easterly to State Rd. S- what happens In Viet Nam and VERNOOY I Courtland St., who died Sunday,

Pistol Taken last few days, Santoiana said 37-B, two miles, $100,009. what happens here." He has to Harry Vernooy, 68, of 310 W.! were held yesterday at St. Jo

The man walked over to the Four-lanmg of Avenue R in measure his duties. Belmar St., died yesterday at seph's Catholic Church with the

counter, picked up the dia. Winter Haven from U.S. 17 to Lodge added he expects the]Lakeland General Hospital after Rev. Fr. Thomas J. Burns officiating. .

If ft-I tff MI< Jrrttf monds, then whirled and drewa 9th Street, one mile, $200,000. New Hampshire showing will a long illness. He was a nativeof Burial was In Oak Hill

pistol on Nelson and told [ Four-lanmg of Central Ave. "greatly strengthen efforts In 28 Sparrow Bush, N. Y., and Burial Park.Pallbearers.
him: "Do as I tell you and Ruby Case nue In Lake Wales from SR other states to draft my father." came to Lakeland In 1947 from I were Harold .Me-

I won't have to kill you." 69 to SR 25, .:9 mile, $100,000. The ambassador's name will Scranton Pa. He was a division Neal, John O'Reilly, Manuel

The culprit saw a gun Nelson Defense Lake Parker Drive be on the ballot In Oregon's storekeeper for the Erie Rail- Branco, Z. E. DeReus, Louis

kept in a drawer near Improvement ,of West Lake May 19: presidential primary. road. I Bottino and Frank Bauman.

him and put the pistol Into Parker Drive In Lakeland I That does not take a candidate's He was a member and an Dukes-Steen Funeral Home was

his own pocket. Rests north to SR 33, 29 .miles, approval, and the withdrawal elder of the Westminster Presbyterian -in charge of arrangements

WaIJINFREEZER Then, Mrs. Dyers said, he $100,000. deadline passed Monday. Church; a life member' ,

told her to step over next to tense was Dr Manfred Cutt- Improvement of McKean St. Lodge had a hand 12 years of Valley Lodge, Rochester,
Nelson, near the work bench, macher, Baltimore psychiatrist. In Auburndale from Derby ago in the victory of another undeclared -N. Y.; past hlghprlest of Never- Funeral services Rio CharlesW. 1

The bandit went behind the Guttmacher was on the stand Ave. north to Old Dixie High. candidate over another sink Chapter of Royal Arch
Carr, 89, of 313: N. Tennes.
Jewelry counter and removedII through most of Tuesday. His way .79: miles, $60,000 New Hampshire campaigner. Masons; past commander of the

: trays of ladies' diamond ,. I From SR 35 east to 80 Foot That propelled former President Delaware Commandery Port see Ave., who died Sunday,
-- -0 < were held yesterday at the Gentry -
rings from the counter, Mrs. ; ', Road 3.75 miles, $169.000 Dwight D. Eisenhower Into the Jarvis, N. Y; and a veteran of
Byers said. i. (rl ';P .t i Resurfacing of SR S-535 :race for the 1952 nomination. He World War I. Morrison Funeral Home
Then the { ,rt ,, "0 from Bartow SR 630 11 late Sen. Robert A. chapel with the Rev. Bascom
man told Mrs. By. ; ;.: ,>< ",- to ,beat the Survivors Include his widow
ers to lie on the floor He miles, $100,000.Resurfacing Taft of Ohio In New Hampshire. Mrs. Regina Vernooy; a son, Sutton, retired Baptist minister,
said he was already wantedfor testimony, In which he gave the SR S67S from Lodge's New Hampshire backers / George F. Vernooy of Levittown, officiating. Burial was In Soc-

'. .' .. ." ""HI murder and, "don't makeme opinion that Ruby was not legal. SR 60 to the Hillsborough used television films and a N. J.; a daughter, Mrs. John G rum Cemetery.
kill you." ly sane when he killed Oswald, County Line, 4.2 miles (32.0(10( massive mail campaign to pro-|Evans of West Hampton Beach, A duet composed of Marion
Mrs. Byers said the bandit formed the keystone of the defense Preliminary engineering for mote their absent candidate. Schauberger and Charles Howard .
N. Y.; a brother, George A. Ver-|
kit lisa sOar. sad was appar case. SR 580 easterly to the Osceola When the votes were counted] nooy of Sparrow Bush; and a presented vocal selections. J
r -'i I ently not noticed by any of menU hid said prtvtouily to County UIM, 4.25 miles $2',- his stat chairman confessed he sister Mrs Garrett Pohren of Pallbearers were V. Hogue, Millard .

the pedestrians, still has two or three witnesses 000.The was am awed. POrt Jarvls. Baas Arthur Stewart, Eu. I.. .' .
Police said the man apparently His move in resting the case remaining projects on Funeral services will be held I gene Pryer, Ernie Lovering and J
M/ walked up the alley behind 'came as a complete surprise. the secondary priority list are at 10 o'clock tomorrow Cecil Thomas *(
the jewelry store toward Dist. for railroad signal lights, traffic Welfare Receipt morninga i
Atty. Henry M. Wade : the Dukes.Steen Funeral I ;
South Tennessee Avenue. The gave no Indication as to whetherhe signals, the countywide Home chapel, with the Rev Dr. RITES FO MR. TYSTAHL r

I set of diamonds the man had will call rebuttal witnesses highway lighting program, and Auditing Report Evert Cremer pastor of West. Funeral services for Peter 0.

originally ordered were If he does not call any, the defense countywide purchase of rightof minster Presbyterian Church, Tystahl, 70, of Woodall's Trailer
found, still with their way. A total of $400,000 Is Village who died Monday will
wrappings will have no opportunity officiating. Burial will be In
In the alley, police reported to summon additional wit. allocated for the purchase of Expected Today Scranton. The family has requested be held in Alden, Iowa .

Nelson said the rings nesses, Then the case, except right of way.PrImary. that In lieu of flowers, Friends may call at the Gen-

were damaged, apparently bya for closing arguments to the Roads Shown BARTOW A full report on [donations be made to the West, try-Morrison Funeral Home tonight
___ r4' car running over them. jurors would be ready to go Other projects on the suggested the audit of books Involving minster Memorial Fund. from 7 until 9 o'clock.

Police said the man probably immediately fto the jury. list for the primary money collected in the Welfare

dropped the rings in his haste road programs are-listed according Department was scheduled to MRS. NANCY ELLEN MYERS RITES FOR MR. BINKLEY

to make good his getaway. Core Of Defense Given to their priority: be presented at 2 o'clock this Mrs Nancy Ellen Myers 79: Funeral services for George
of 559 north
Extension SR
Guttmacher spelled out Tuesday afternoon. Commission of Route W. who died
County 5, died yesterday at I Binkley, Saturday,
nil the core of the defense from the Atlantic Coast LineR Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon a Bartow Hospital. She was a were held yesterday at the
i111Iii j "
'j tpt
.R. In Auburndale, 2.7 miles
I .,t .t.I" U. S. Plane case: reported an audit by District native of Clay County, South Dukes Steen Funeral Home
Fourlanlng of SR 37 from
rt,40', : >> "An abnormal Individual with State Auditor John English Carolina, and came to Lake-(Chapel with burial In Lakeland
Glendale Avenue In Lakeland
"DlID Shot an abnormal personality structure shows "no particular change"ctte lend seven years ago from Memorial Gardens. The rites
-<- ,.wj' .. DownIn under a very great south to Medulla, three miles. In results of an audit con Waynesville, N. C. She was a were conducted by Mr ThomasG.

I J J emotional impact for two days Construction of SR 471 from In the circuit clerk's of member of the Baptist Church Butler and Mr. Glenn R.

,"" Germany"emergency came upon this perpetratorof SR 37 to the Sumter County fice.English She is survived y four sons, Sheumaker, of the Church of
i f' .
"r .tf.I.. [ the assassination (of President Line, 4 2 miles was called in after Ester, Daniel and Robert of, Christ.

1 Kennedy). a psychotic Four-laning of U.S. 17 from the clerk's auditor failed to account Lakeland, and Thomas of Chero-' Three hymns were sung by the

the border procedures near episode. with the homicide Bartow to Fort Meade, 96 for approximately $1,450 kee, N. C.; six sisters, Mrs. church choir, accompanied by
,, were reviewed and miles. allegedly deposited with the Nanie
Stepp Mrs. Viola
:! resulting Woods I Mrs Arthur Rich. Pallbearers
{ crews advised that If there was Four-laning of U.S. 92 In the clerk from the Welfare Office. and Mrs. Estetla
Ruby faces the electric chairon Teague of were Joe Shelnut. Robert Mount,
any disorientation near the bor. city limits of Auburndale. 2.8 The check started after Mrs Lakeland
Mrs. Minnie Allison
a charge of slaying Oswald. I Martin Bland Knut Skau Keith
.. .: t'k., \ ,. ," His defense Is temporary Insan miles. Mildred Harvey director of the and Mrs Mildred Smith of Dade Spurlock and Talmadge Wynn.
; Four-laning of SR 25 from County Welfare Department, reported -
JM ,{ : \' 'a "" ,m I ity. Belli earlier announced City, and Mrs. Daisy Sherrill of
1\i"i SR 600 to Interstate 4, ninemiles. she has
: < :: J'i ''. Ruby would testify but Indicated .1, receipts showing Waynesville; two brothers RITES FOR MR. TUCKER
: ; : her office collected
ttt .. .. money be- Frank Griffin of Bird Town, Funeral services for
he W
e Tuesday would not Frank
1 Four.Ianlng of Havendale tween Aug 1962 and Aug. 1963,I N. C., and Edd Griffin
of Can.
\ \\1tf :1 der to immediately take call him to the stand. I Tucker, 85, of the CarpentersHome
\ \ I up a Boulevard In Auburndale from but has no receipts showing the ton, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs Etta who
'" westerly heading" away from SR 600 to SR :995, three miles money was deposited in the McCoy and Mrs. Nora Saturday, were
L the Communist area. : CATTLE AUCTIONS Interchange Asked clerk's office. of Bird Town; and 45 McCoy. held yesterday at the Carpenters -

The RB66B was last spotted JACK80NV1LUI ( Resurface SR 997: from SR Circuit Clerk D. H. Sloan Jr, and 22 grandchildren Home, with the Rev. Fr.
API std to great.grandchil.dren.
near the central Berlin air corridor :": n'n': pricn pro i'o it r.icl.' ,o :: 600 to the north city limits of has stated copies of receipts for Clifton H. White of All Saints'Episcopal
>n '
lw d
one of the lanes reserved 0"ipu stpi' ', .1 5 mo,imxierib _... .300 Lake Alfred one mile. all money deposited! with clerk Funeral services and burial Church officiating.
for Allied planes flying over,oompO'od 178"o..ho.<1 ..HI. !e,.0U.._.. Widen U.S. 17 inside the city employes are on file In the will be In Bird Town. Friends Burial was In the Carpenters
Communist territory between -.' .... ooed a..7\10. 1110 II 002IJ clerk's office. Home Cemetery.
limits of
Frostproof. may call at the
Berlin and West Germany, an lr,::"nixKWTi\IZ:: : sod *>od '100100 Construct a full Interchangeat rison Funeral Home Gentry-Mor Vocal selections were present

Air Force announcement said Cow,, UtIIIU 14 10-17 the intersection of SR 33 from 7 until tonight ed by Mrs. Frank Holm accompanied -
PESO 9 o'clock.H. .
PLJAIIA A civilian pilot said he saw 18 Bul"OOIISOCol. ." OWl" IIId .........1.1 and Interstate 4. Four CandidatesFile by Mrs. C. Marshall God-

what looked like an attack dive ..., O.odntn4ue 1HJO.J150 a.. W>.W>-'.0<1. Modify Interstate change at H. (BUCK) BLAIR dard. Pallbearers were Axel An.
by a Soviet-made MIG17. He V..lrn mat U>-JSO Ib eilvei, BUndtrd derson. Stefan Hann, John Zu-
I H.
SR 600-A to Fees H. Buck
1> iwiit 31 DO-a itiSoOMB provide egressand Pay ( ) Blair 59, of Dade
surf tailored by SAGNEn said he saw a flash as if the ......, ._., *CI._ Ingress for east bound ; City died yesterday at Lakeland lak, William Peters August Spel
"* lbe ISOO-atO*
MIG had fired Its and Eric
rockets. He m.dlum oo General Timber. Thornton Memorial
traffic interstate
on Hospital. He
Don Peso Plum reported he was not able to seethe lb.H.II.17 00.20 Mod'U.00 Mid iood 050550ttrgnzsa1 Four-lane SR 60 from SR 25 46 Now In Races native of Madison County was and a Home was In charge of
your this summer- nd tbi ....
of hot step out targe-! .._ ? 2000-24 00. to the east city limits of Lake moved to Dade Cltv 1.1 v...... arrangements.
a box into an ice box. No -- -- -- -
suit Is
Wales 2.5 miles. BARTOW Four more candidates I ago from Lakeland.: He was a
no suit for summer is more wrinMe-rttbtant. state road RITES FOR MR. LOGAN
$ Four-lane U.S. 17 from Bar- qualified for the primary department engineer
Exclusive fabric bjr Pacific Mills, 55%: Dacron,* ., TPP"yforrJlnt.bQQt, JOUfiUllnlr tow to Winter Haven, nine yesterday raising the and a member of the Methodist Funeral services for Clayton

45& wool, c-o-o-1 tailored by Sagner with premium !(0 I(; miles. number of qualified candidates Church and the Woodmen of Logan, who died Sunday at his
;: OtfinitM. :sllmntlS.JJ the home at 108
care You'll want to come in early for ; ,laSOearl ,Il.d! to 46. World. Morningside Drive,
Peso Pluma-the your Paying the qualifying fees He II survived by his widow were held yesterday at St. Da
champion of original the imitated, but unequalled *.LISTEN t tilUsuersMrtimjncii: ; CambodiansSack In the office of circuit clerkD. Mrs. Madeline Blair, four sis-vid's Episcopal Church, with

foatberweighta.w H. Sloan Jr, were J. B. ters. Mrs. James C. Stewart, the Rev. Fr. Peter Fleming of

.._-.. _-_...._-ta---.... .... hear better, look better live better Western Thornhill Jr., of Winter Haven Mrs. A. H. Everson and Mrs. ficiating. Burial was In Wild-

711 Most hearing losses can be corrected candidate for tax collector K. R. Whitfield all of Lakeland, wood Cemetery at Bartow.

with Sonotone's terrific ; William A. Read Jr., Bar- and Mrs. W. L. Neeley of Homestead Pallbearers were W. F. Mack,

Suits . . . . $55 new eyeglass Embassies I tow, Incumbent county surveyor and two step-brothers, J. 1. D. Hill, Charles Kells. Collins .
hearing aid, the TH INLINE*, A Iran- ; Bob C. Jones, Lake- Earl Smith of Medulla and Fred Fenton Robert Johnson and

Sport Coats . .'. 37.95 sistor hearing aid it built into Sonotone's Cambodia's neutrality and territorial land, candidate for county Smith of Canton. Ohio. ,Morris Pritchard. Dukes-Steen

slimmest, lightest temples. Fits WornCu's Integrity commissioner in District 9, Funeral services will be heldat Funeral Home was In charge of
and Henry Mitchell, candidatefor 10 o'clock tomorrow rrangements..
men's eyeglass fronts for stylish The year-old prince said District 2 justice of the at the Gentry-Morrison morning Funeral

hearing seeing. The Til INLINE is so peace Home chapel, with burial in
$ Cat,' Ti Va,,6ad
good looking your family and friends Oak Hill Burial Park.

v.ill admire your choice. Exclush'ely at"SONQTONE POULTRY & EGGS Dukes Steen

the U.S. suggested creating a Taupe APC-.ln ,.._at. ,al.. to Funeral services for Dr. Patrick -
MEN-S AND BOYS WEAR I frontier delimitation committee do.a rtaiIr' .an.a .lIb' nad none ... James Rellia, 74. of 310 Funeral ?
instead. ...... N.. I..

Sesshgesa Sheesi... CeaSe UktUiUNwtkf "The American counterproposal -b. a Ln. n W..h''. .4JW ho II..... 41Mnllufl 310 S. FI
** Shwlii* C.ntw-.Wint.. Havonrandan ill EAST LEMON ST. LAKELAND constitutes an Immense dupery L.sss., :37V.-U.00'4-44 not.m00..4256:} THORNTON
Skppln| C...l knnda 8m.ll n 01 ..3530 moo .>3<4CM
Telephone MU 2-7816 absolutely unacceptable t oBqoptlrau. .utlitv S4 onto MEMORIAL'HOM'fll Homej
... and Inadmissible," he tald bi wnrtoMio ortcoo M I1 ooultrr' vtakotf ) ... "'" '.... Phone MU

......... lnlnfl to kt.p you fxllna frt"M IATTUIIS fOR AIL HEAtING AIDS "The delimitation of the Cambodian lip ulM.l ''rooorto Mono.*! a..h..,.4'',.-*I..lbM .ta o* 1 .P\MoIi lot" "" '"
frontiers 'hoM, 4-41. ,Ib*.. .04. IUKO, yndoc 4lb .
Is not to be done -
lover," 1 usc Dollv.Slain.rr 'prkM,. "I.r.. plMU I ft_ ......""" ... :I



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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation

Station H L Cincinnati ........... 39 32 Ppls St Paul...... 34 28 I IB
Miami .. ........., 89 71 Cleveland ........... 32 22 New Orleans ........ 63 43
Key West ........... 82 75 Denver .............. 32 15 New York .......... 44 31
LAKELAND ........ 75 54 Des Moines ......... 34 28 Omaha .............. 39 31 .. -
Ocala .. ... .......... 7e 49 Detroit .. ........... 30 IS Philadelphia ........ 72 27 I Cute! Colorfull!
Orlando ............. 80 53 Fairbanks ...,....... 2 .32 Pittsburgh .......... 49 21 i
Pensacola .....,..... 68 49 Fort Worth ......... 64 41 SI Louie ......e..... 39 28 -
Tallahassee ...,..... 71 46 Honolulu ............ 82 71 San Francisco ...... 58 48 36INCHBUNNY
W. Palm Beach ...... 81 67 Indianapolis ........ 35 28 Seattle .............. 46 4Z tlrr
Juneau .. ...,....? 34 29 Washington .......... 77 34
Atlanta ............. 66 30 Kansas City ........ 47 34 BAROMETER
Boston. ............ 38 19 Los Angeles ........ 62 48
Charleston .......... 72 44 Memphis ........... 50 33 7 a.m -. 3014 1 DOLL
Chicago ............ }g 30 Milwaukee .......... 32 21 I p. m. Tuesday 30.01

c "a MOT
$ .

red r

I il; mBllr Lovable I ..d"nddle.Me.
Covered .la krihily lolondfabrlo.
TOWN IATING FOLLOWS TOWN MUTING-A frongo lady .."" $1 chicken lunch** to : Happy bunny (ac*.
vofort following mommf few meeting In e.e hiH *t Wilmot N. H,, yciterdoy Poll opened Isle Cnr?child will lore riiit big
In morning 1 end stayed spas I I" afternoon for balloting In notion flint presidential primary. (APWlroohoto i doll.Tbey'n gs fre.bueryt

era ) ..1.1I \..--- '&....,

I Elston Howard of the Yankees I I

New Englanders Still paced American League catchers 1 1 -
In hitting in 1963 with a .287
Cherish Town MeetingsWILMOT 'mark, two points higher than BICOIATIBBASKET i ruci
Earl Battey of the Minnesota

NH (AP) The, to use a gavel and only once SETa
tit Greeks invented It. The Pt'grlm! has had to rule a speaker out of'
wt Les' order ., wau
fathers perfected It. New Englanders : a 1
still cherish It as the No Vendettas

4I&r-.... last undiminished, untarnished I "That was a fellow who was o Pli.: : 100I
of democracy i Inaction J. :
example ,
asar.a.a.aae ecwoanraw.lAressa.ewas. / pure delivering a personal attack on 0. f '
.,. alass4eaaartaaee' JN another townsman," the moderator 0 I" \0v :-....
Its called the town meeting, said "We're all neighbors
.. ::'J: and if you've never witnessedone here and everybody knows t mY) pay kMlutt !. rM

-- e..: .. ; your civics education i Is everybody else" ....> lifah MibMMd whh.ew.Ml
----. .. w ," sadly Incomplete. Tuesday'twohour I No such vendettas ripped at i f .."'.1_,-....,
session in the Town the governmental sinews' of Wil- : race Ie 1M ..... .. sb..lira .
Generally Mr end mild weerhor woe troo'lcto for mast .f Florid today with high temper Hall of Wilmot was fairly typical mot this day. Even debate was IRxtfr1g15 M".-I....aI'"
runs foreceit for the 70i end I0t In ..... *.rto .f the itt. MooitHm, ivrtmf flood waters of what takes place In an noticeably lacking as the town- A.a-dng..... Cw.,1t.gNAP .
swirled through portion .f seven mldwoironi end .Miter Iterel today, ....I". ol bolt It deed open assembly where every folk approved a $57,600.67 budget .' ......, ,., ,.....
man has a,vote and can say his for the coming year agreedto V
and forclnf thoviondl from their horn*. (AP Wf .ph.t.) I
piece without going through an buy a new hlohwuv truck- and I
elected representative approved buying a second-hand TERMITES :
This village in south central pumper from the PembrokeFire are .
New Hampshire has 278 registered Department Wilmot old SNAP
Lakeland can expect fair and AWARNING4TO .'
voters-23.2 Republicans pumper will be sold and the pro- LOCK LID
mild weather through tomorrow
and 44 Democrats. About 70 ceeds used for a new siren atop I
weathermen said today. the fire houseStore .
East to southeasterly winds townfolk braved a howling HOME- : PolyPlasticGARBAGE

will blow at ( to 14 miles an snowstorm to take their placesin I
hour, and moderate humiditywas '" the long wooden pews stretching RefusesTo OWNERSI
FLORIDA ZONE FORECASTA down the length of the plank :

The predicted.maximum temperature! : Partly cloudy tonight and \ \ floored meeting hall Move Sign 0 CAN

here yesterday was 75 degrees, Thursday with slowly rising =-1 LM Food PreparedOn IKua I I
t temperatures. Low tonight 48 At World's FairNEW
, the minimum this morning was
54 degrees, and a trace of rain to 54. ; \ a tiny stage Moderator i P4lY-PIASTI 10"100
, stood framedby (TERMINIX-
1 fell at the city hall weather ita BCD: Generally fair and YORK (AP) Robert .
the faded drops :
tion. mild through Thursday. Low tonight scenery Moses, director of the New I

FLORIDA FIVE DAY 4? to 50. M f some school play forgotten, A wood chunk elementary stove York World Fair, asked a gro- FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND M.d..f .......,..
FORECAST EF-ti: Generally fair and cery chain to remove a huge I ,...,..,hI..." I. .-
Temperatures will I 1 average mild through Thursday. Low 1 hissed cozily and from a kitchen sign advertising Its bakery GUARANTEED PROTECTION, CALL GAL. .d ..1... .lth bI..k,_
beyond came the lovely aro- MIAP-LULK Lln s.
around normal for the flve-day I tonight in the fifties Mostly wares because, he said, It was I "o.II.II..PI_
of creamed chicken being
H t, ma so close to the fairgrounds It TERMINIXFLORIDA 6..y so 11..1.1
period ending Monday The nor,north winds S to 11 miles per prepared by the ladies of the looked like fair I .... ter .,....".."....
of the
a pan
mal high Is in the seventies and hour CO. 110.\
.... Grange.In
the normal low in the sixties In The company refused \
H-I-J: Partly cloudy through scene repeated endlessly 2221 N.w Aukurnool Hwy
a So Moses ordered
the extreme south and fifties Thursday Low tonight in the a frame 70
elsewhere. The forecast calls for sixties ... .,00\iI' across New England Moderator -. feet high and 150 feet long, erec- Ph. MU 26129 '

around one-half Inch of rain In K: Partly cloudy through Thompson to order at called 9;30 a.m.the, a meeting cal- ted alongside a highway at the WinteryHaven I
J edge of the fairgrounds. It will B. Goodrich
most sections during the weekend Thursday with a few showers
culated half-hour late so snow
Low 70. be strung with pennants 14 6th if NW
.. today. tonight 'lows could dig out stragglers. And, it'11 hide the Grocery Ph. CY 3.1234 \ 114 W. Main Sr 682-4133 1'1
Miss Doris Langley hUh, sixth sign I I

1 Greek Cypriot Students seventh trooped In and from eighth the school graders next .. ...........

door to observe democracyin
action and Joined In the openIng -
saying of the Lord Prayer. SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 5:30 P.M., FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

Demonstrate In Nicosia with Thompson a marvelously, a retired reasonant farmer

voice and a splendid auard-

NICOSIA. Cyprus (AP- retary.( eneral U Thant to dispatch Ktima as Greek and Turkish man's moustache, ran the meeting ,
About 10,000 Greek Cypriot students a U.N. peace force quickly Cypriot officials met to try to' with an admirable blend of
surged through Nicosia to Cyprus to save his people shore up the shaky ceasefirethat !firmness and humor In 24 years "
from "annihilation" Greek ''of presiding, he has never had '
today shouting slogans against by halted fighting there Monday !
Britain and the United States. Cypriots. i ,
The youths converged on the Kuchuk also wired appeals to Makarios replied Tuesday HEMORRHOIDSFissures a4"
passing car of the British high the foreign ministers of Britain, I night to an appeal by Thant for I

commissioner, Sir Arthur Clarke Greece and Turkey-the three 'an end to bloodshed with assurances Fistulas and
and banged on the doors. Older nations that guarantee the Independence that "every effort Is being other Rectal Diseases MOTHKns ,
students and police stepped In under the
of Cyprus made to exercise maximum
and cleared a path for the car'l 1962 treaty restraint to avoid any'act which successfully NON-SURGICAL by SAVE UP TOn $100

Turkish warships took to. After a three-day battle In the might worsen the situation In methods.NO .
seas north of Cyprus as west coast town of Ktima, the Cyprus"
Greek government of I ) a tiifff/fiifieciil Maynavox cliiriiif/ our bit
Cypriot ;Makarios government an- "It Is regrettable, however," LOSS OF TIME ]
President Makarios kept up
nounced Its forces had over Markarlos added "that Turkish
pressure on the Turkish Cypriot'whelmed Turkish Cypriots aftera extremists are deliberately creating DR. EARLE RABB factory authorized annual sale for limited time

minority In naval this Island units republic.steamedout daylong battle in the south incidents by armed action CLINIC N.D. YOUR RECORDS CAN TRUE STEREO .HIGH. STARTLING ADVANCED 90 days service and one

Turkish of Iskendcrun Tuesday destination .: west village of Mallia endangering public safety and pin CV .42JO. WI"w Maw* LAST A LIFETIME because FIDELITY. Only Magnavox RELIABILITY Magnavox full year on all ports and
hoi on advanced ocouitlcol -
continued In friction.
Sporadic thor Is no dltcern-
unknown. Turkish au - I system that protects guarantee trie Astro.Sonic tubes on every SILVER
thorities did not say how many Ibl. record or stylus wear sound from sides bi well
Hate for
vessels left, nor whether any of with the MICROMATIC os cabinet front, reflect' component
the troops massed In the area STOMACH UPSET? HEARTBURN ACID INDIGESTION PLAYER t The dornond' Ing music from your walls, 5 YEARS twenty tmes
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"Routine Exercises"

Similar moves by the Turkish INEWI Carbamine .1
fleet since fighting erupted be- Try
tween the two Cypriot factions

last December"routine have exercises'been described this relief 23" TV .

Vice President as Full Kuchuk, first antacid with 2-way

leader of the Turkish Cypriot stereo theater



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I UKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday, March 11, HM All Indications

l LEDGER EDITORIALS Point To Johnson 1,

1 1rw' Carrying The SouthBy

Intimidation"Were DAVID LAWRENCE
No Press
rA-'f IliPoF"Fp... WASHINGTON What
/ goes on above the surface In
I national politics is not always SI

decide whether should have I reflection of what Is goingon m
it left to me" to we a government underneath. Thus, it

without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, 1 should not would appear from public. thnl
opinion polls that President nlU
hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. I9D Johnson will be re-elected andIs
going to carry the South.
-Thomas Jefferson But this Is very directly re- 9,

lated to a word-of.mouth dis- L'

cussion among Democrata In
IN ITS SWEEPING decision reversing have been big enough to put the papers several of the Southern statesto Jatm

a $500,000 libel judgment awardeda out of business, had the verdicts been th. effect that Lyndon
sustained Johnson will not be the kind
Montgomery, Ala., city official of president after election 50
The Court has laid down
now a
against The New York Times and four that he finds it necessary to len
constitutional standard that a public be today.

Negro ministers, the U. S. Supreme official may not recover damages fora Thus, for exa.nple, Mr. p

Court returned to first principles of defamatory: falsehood relating to his Johnson Is represented as being e lr
required now to do everything
the republic as set forth in the above official conduct without proof of actual that he can to retain DAVID LAWRENCEory tito

quotation by Thomas Jefferson. malice, or knowledge the statementwas the Kennedy supporters Inside

Notably, the decision of the Court false, or reckless disregard of the Democratic Party

was unanimous. Even more strikingis whether or not it was false. throughout the country. It 1s seems to be that negotiating '

Black Gold IT IS NOT LIBEL laws which make recognized that the pro-Ken- a peaceful settlementof
the fact that Justices nedy vote Is substantial and Individual local situations Ii'a

berg and Douglas did not feel that the most newspapers scrupulously carefulto that the Democratic National would be tried by the administration

opinion went far enough In protectingthe publish the truth Convention could produce a before any sever a

right of newspapers to criticize Rather it is a strong sense of public IU. BLOW '6t1R HOUSE boWtl 1 't. contest if Mr. Johnson Kennedy didn't measures were applied.
continue The whole picture being
officials.In responsibility and professional pride
public policies and affiliations In organization painted of a Johnson administration
the words of Mr. Justice Black, which give good newspapermen a devotion politics. It has elected In its own d

echoed by Goldberg and Douglas, to accuracy. even been suggested that Mr.. right is one of conciliation and a

newspapers and individuals should en- Newspapers do sometimes err. But Johnson should favor the selection slow motion. This of course, p

an absolute and unconditional most of them are prompt to print corrections of Attorney General will placate soma of the South p'
joy Robert Kennedy as the vice. .
erners, especially those Democratic '
privilege to criticize public officeholders. when they are shown their Voice i of flhePpIeThis presidential nominee.To politicians who have to b

error.What counter this and avoid run for office this year and d

AS IT IS, TilE Court has thrownup the Supreme Court did yes- too much Involvement with who are dependent upon the
issues that might alienate the
a strong barrier against a recent terday was to guarantee to the press administration's help In get
Is The Congress measures IItl
Ledger's Opinion Page ting through
trend to intimidate or silence newspaper that it may print the truth however important to their areas. tie

criticism of official conduct by critical, about public officials, without Nation l lli1i1. ep tiP

big libel judgments granted by juries the threat of retaliation through unjustified nit 4rtorl.l pap ttltn the .....p..p..'. *.. o..'lnoni! .. ..H.,. ., c....'" .Inform 'In Hi* J BEFORE the death of
.4ltorl, .l column. It *.!>.m<, Hit ...1.1... .1 rtcdin In the V.ic. .i the Ctlym Loots MM* President Kennedy, there was
friendly to the officials under fire. and vindictive libel suits. ho signal sad ..., Mi. ...Iter'. t/Hrtu. hut MmM will (. withhold open re ..". A Uttw should Ml Southern voters, some of the a belief In the South that, by J

In the cast of some small dailies (Reprinted from The St. Petersburg .....4 250 wwfc, ..d pone ry *...* .. _d. Th. Ltdgir nuns the right t* NJct my .Ittttf w political advisers In the Johnson threatening to bolt the Demo- s

and weeklies, several judgments of late Times.) tlwrtcii It. OpInloM *f columnist e.4 **Kf ttlkiitort appear tlMwkwt on this HI*. entourage have been cratic Party, many electoral (

quietly advancing the for- votes could be put in the ,IIt''
that the world of the 1960s Is tunes of peace corps director doubtful column. But now the
He Seconds Sides WithPresident Robert Sargent Shrlver Jr. ,1
quit different from that of word seems to have been Because the latter also hap
I passed around that President
United Fund Campaign Hallway The Idea the 1900s. pens to be a Roman Catho Johnson, after election, will I
In the first decade of this lic, this Is supposed to be not be as hard on "civil

NOW COMES the time for concen- Therefore, Lakelanders do not haveto century the United States wasa one way of avoiding any rights" as his predecessor I\J\
EDITOR Lakeland ha growing power seeking to Editor I am on SenatorGoldwater' criticism that the reason the
and that hence the South
trated, all-out effort to get Lakeland's wonder whether the full amount been wanting more tourist at spread her Influence. Todaythe attorney general was not being can .n
side afford to along"If
politically, "go
United Fund campaign the remainderof being sought in this campaign is tractions.I United States is seekingto favored had something to this becomes widespread .
think it maintain her position of but I must line up with President do with Issue. theory ,
to the of $231,000. needed. was a good move the religious
goal and
the'way sinks In among
when the city commission de- promoting world peace. In the Johnson on the Cuban t
Only half that amount has been Each participating agency could cided to put the new libraryon old "era" the U. S. was in a water episode. Why trade BUT WHAT art some of the the Southerners, It will cer I II.

raised. easily make good use of much more the old Lake Morton school world of many equal powers. American blood for Castro's Southern Democratic leaders tainly mean a more or less I. (
filibuster In the
Raising the remaining half isn't go- money than each is asking but the, site. The idea of a city museum Today, we live In a bipolar counting on? They are assuming perfunctory
water, when retaliation for Senate on the "civil rights"bill.
world and In a strugglefor .
has been suggested at are that, once Mr. Johnson \
ing to be easy. aim in each instance has been to keep his childish could I. Unquestionably, the ,
different times In the past. the minds of men. spite-work has been elected, he will ;
But the full amount can be raisedif the asking as low as possible and still It sounds good but nothing If Goldwater hopes to win be handled by'a much more make policies In his own way Southern speakers In the Sen 1

all the workers will continue to be able to function with a fair degreeof has ever been done. in November (provided he Is sensible, Intelligent and progressive and without obligation to any ate will talk with convictionand 1

work faithfully, and If the Lakelanderswho effectivness. Recently It was suggestedIn nominated In July), he had method? faction In the party This will make as many points 1
Voice of the better bring his ideas up to can be of considerable Importance on constitutional questions as
It would be much be 1
matter to
haven't contributed respond a
yet the I prefer a "thin- they can.
column that the old library present. T. H. to Southern voters
quickly and generously. / regretted If this campaign fell shortof building be used for a mu skinned"president to a "thick because, nee the "civil But the Impression today In

This campaign in behalf of the 17' the goal. seum. I want to second the headed" one. rights'1 Iw la passed, tha some quarters ls that the

splendid United Fund g.nclc that And it would ba most,\ the Idea. JOHN BUDD whole controversy will shift Southern leaders are going to 1
It would serve that purpose Why All to the' Department of Justice accept defeat gracefully with
Workers If
number of had
serve Lakeland so well Imply must great they '
well and Is an opportunity to where It Is pointed out. the cry'that "things are not l
not. be allowed to drag. to keep on soliciting beyond the dead have something without a Robert Kennedy will no longer as bad as they might have

To let it drag would be to cast a line In an effort to, reach the goal. Theyare great expense. Defends The Fuss? be the attorney general. been" and by claiming that

reflection Lakeland. giving valuable time as well as The department will have the House bill as finally
upon JOHN W. GARSTER The Beatles passed did remove some of the
and discre-
EDITOR: Why all the fuss powers
Lakelanders already and they much
No doubt many are money are exerting tionary authority to enforce worst features of the original
getting tired_ of reading and effort. over tile teen aijer' and their the law strictly or to move measure.It .
EDITOR I belong to a Beatle Beatles? beat Sonny
hearing about the campaign. But it is Lakeland must rally with enthusiasm He Prefers fan club. I They sure cautiously I In attempting to
some -
guess people
and Casslus, Ruby and achieve the objectives of certainly looks at if President
that must be to this good
something kept directly support cause. don't know talent when lI
Belli, Bobby and Carol, Richard "civil rights" Johnson Is going to get
before the people of Lakeland until This campaign can become a good 'ThinSkins'EDITOR they see it. How dare some
the electoral
It Is vote of
and Liz and a host of others significant moreover, s good
bad and
people they're
the last dollar has been raised. character reference for Lakeland if it sty the that In recent weeks some of part of the South unless local
left their talent In England! I currently occupying
The United Fund committee that goes over the top. : In recent speech cut out every paper I see that spotlight. I* it the teenagers'fault the Negro leaders have talk. sentiment Is aroused by per

studies the request made'each year by It can become a very unfavorable Senator Goldwater suggested has the Beatles' name on it. I prefer music to ed more and more about the sons other than the regular
returning to a policy of the they importance of consultationand local nominees on the Democratic
have 30 of
the participating agencies is a com- commentary upon Lakeland if it falls "big stick" as advocated by them. pictures comedy? conference In the local ticket-and at the moment

mittee of realistic citizens. They examine short.Let Theodore Roosevelt. Goldwater communities rather than enforcement there art no signs of

each budget with microscopiccare there be generous giving quickly does not seem to realize A 12-YEAR-OLD J.: C. problems. The the- any such uprising.

to make sure that the amount by all citizens able to give in orderto

requested in each instance is needed. get the necessary $231,000 raised.

The United States Failure In China. I I 1

. Sarasota's Honore Palmer

By RALPH McGILL "Thus, at a time when the that around the corner will the author believes, from the understandings of tile nature

THE NAME Palmer has been a lIe was nationally known for his Publisher of the United States was highly con be something else ." tendency "to understand Chinese and Intentions of the Chinese
Atlanta Constitution fident of her political strengthand politics in terms of an
could be de-
prominent name in Sarasota many philanthropies always Dr. influence, American confrontation A* late a* 1957, Dr. Tang American image" Even Freda Communists "had its roots In
Tsou's book
Tang ,
decades. pended upon to give generously to "America's Failure in China," with revolutionary Tsou notes Dr. John L. Stuart, Utley, who defected from the widely shared considerationsand
Sarasota's civic and charitable causes. hailed movement and regimes did the leading missionary educa- Communist Party to becomea predispositions.
in Florida was a* a "balanced
Many people especially
In 1934 he and his brother, Potter scholarly and sobering work," not alert Americans to the supporter of the late Sen. This may be said of our

those in financial circles, have been Palmer Jr., gave to the State of Florida that pulled no punches In de- contrast between the revolutionaries' (;onSf1enceJ Joe McCarthy had written of problems today. There are
seriousness of the Chinese Communist
about and about Honors lineating American purpose party plenty of accusers such as
reading hearing 2,000 acres of land that was designatedas errors of and their own Insufficient (in 1939) as "a party of social the Birch Society and other
( TJUf '
Palmer all their lives. the Myakka River State Park, which judgment and awareness of a national aim. [ Sotdl, reformers and patriots a extremists crying about failures

lie died in Sarasota a few days ago has been developed into one of the most policy, but at Instead, many American officials movement of peasant emancIpation and charging disloyalty.But .
II tor In Chin and "
World War subsequently
at the age of 90, Just three weeks after interesting of Florida's system of parks.In the same time i underestimated during the personal American I ambassador to Dr. ,Tang ,Taos comments this, too, is fruitless and

the death there of his nephew, Gordon an editorial tribute to Honore why analyzed pf them t h*, i and lroup"commitment.. to China, still found 'it hard to that after Chiang Kaishek'sfall dangerous.fluidity There In world Is a affairs.growing

Palmer. Palmer, The Sarasota HeraldTribunesaid They were the i4t Ideology In the case of revolutionary believe that "China with so' discussion of China policy Communism, too 1 II Involved.It .

More than 50 years ago he went that "Sarasota has lost a dis- same misconceptions movements and underrated rich a cultural heritage couldbe was confused by "the attemptto will be tragic if we are confused
tile institutional and ruled by Bolshevism' too hunt out those who
from Chicago to Sarasota as a winter tinguished elder citizen, one who borea thathav c social commitments In the long" misled the United supposedly by glib slogans and spurbus -
caused us panaceas, concocted by
visitor and soon his Interest was much name that has been of historic im- to make other + case of established regimes." 1 The misconceptions of these States ." This was "fruit the expedient and tile ill-In
more than casual portance to this whole Florida west failures In for- This, Dr. Tang Taco argues, two, and of others derived less and dangerous. The mis- formed.
McGUI "mad U.S. officials (and the
His extensive wealth had great im- coast." eign policy.
public) ready to grasp at any
(There Is small comfort In the
pact on Sarasota, becoming a major Ninety full years he lived. Now thereare revealed fact that aU other alight departure from orthodoxy

factor in the economic progress of that many monuments to him becausehe nations, Including the U. 5.-, :or any tactical adJustment .

area. shared his wealth and himself.A S.R., also have made, and are to reality as an Indication Potomac FeverBy
of 'backsliding' or apos
making, policy errors.)
tasy. Furthermore, political
THOUGHT-Tht scripture says, No one who believe in him will be put to shame.- Dr. Tang Tsou's premls Is fluence In the United State
Romans 10:11. that Americans have never frequently stemmed from economic
given much attention to politi- power and assumed the FLETCHER KNEBEL

cal theory because of the marvelous form of economic relation With Eisenhower the star actor at the Republican
convention for
the ABC
success of their de- This fact reinforced the network it'. he'll
LAKELAND LEDGER mocracy. The vitality of our ships.depreciation of Ideology In predicted run the gamut of emotions from A to C

Institutions retarded the development leading Americans to overestimate -' *

of knowledge regarding the efficacy of economic Secretary of State Buak
raps for
.."ONI* flan COWL.' OilPukliinm the strength and power, In the specific form ofAmerlc.n east Asi. With DeGaulle and the wanting to>> neutralize South'
JOHN "i.ON, Vnr weakness of the American communist, if. a case of politic
Polk ,: :, ,. economic aid to -
ImperIal County .n l MAR* .IM. [I strange ted fellows. .
ton CLIV1 N KUitMiKCId.tori political tradition and "hind-
.' :.,"I.'Lr.World' change the political orientation
Citrus Center .. ..........01 CHMIM. NUNT.< <*iUn u.i.tori ered the evolution of a. conscious of revolutionary groups." ''t
** KSAILar.Tho siwlM
".",M._. national purposi. Dr. Tang Tsou quotes, as wants
Professor Tang Tiou further Dick Nixon Congress to provide for a
an illustration of this thesis, new vice president right
said: "Th moral unity and a paragraph from Dr. Walter away If a country startn neglecting vice presidents, first thing you know tU
LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-685.1151 uniformity In American life Judd In September of 1M2. b. neglecting ex.vlce presidents.

accentuated the natural tendency (Dr. Judd, a US. congressman -. *
SUISCRIrTION RATISOn. to view alien things In later became a sever ,
terms of one's own assumptions critic of the TrumanMarshall Why should they be investigating Bobby Baker? ISD't he that nice social
Y.., . . .. $2010 0.. Meath .. .. . $1.71 Americans tendedto policy.) But In 1942 Dr. worker type who started the housing project for working girls?

Sis Month . .. .. $10.40 W..k . . . .40 belittle the rote of political Judd wrote: "You could pew *

Tkr. M.mfci .. .. $ '.20 $..J., Only Y... .. .. $710 doctrine of ideology In the suada Herbert Hoover J. P. The agriculture department reports U.S. cattle have reached record num-
political life of other societies. Morgan and Winston Churchill bers. Not only art there plenty for the TV stampedes but there left
The lack of Interest tile are some
in to be Communists as easily over for eating. ,
Publlshsd .Ite,..... eacept ........., end .. Sunday mornlss by L.k.I.,4 H....,.,., C.... deeper philosophical question as you could persuade a land ,
Lek.l.nd. iI..ISo 61602 .f their own society was owning Chinese peasant *
matched by a profound ignorance to take the only tangible thinghe Soon well give up names altogether and have
.... ... of political doctrine and has and dump It in a com address. phone taxes, car license and credit one number It'll be to known cover u identification -

., Ideologies abroad. mon pot just on the promise social obscurity card. out

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, March II, 1M4 I

Johnson Is SeenIn IHigher Thanrlndicated Gigantic Aircraft Carrier's I

Contrasting RolesBy Actual Worth To Navy Debated

II (labor Department for the first t
By TOM OCHILTREE her 3,000-man crew and her itrlcted as the Mediterranean
armed with that itime has published figures Indicating
weapon, the ABOARD USS ENTERPRISE'eight nuclear reactors that enable the Enterprise would be a sitting -
WASHlNGTON-The Junior majority that total unemployment
can be-If
it so (AP)-Like some haughty duchess her to roam the ocean at duck for rockets. Presum
chooset-beyond may be far higher than the 4.5 I I
Senator from Texas In his the laws and
moral Imillion shown in latest the gigantic American air high speed without refueling for ably the Russians keep rockets
maiden speech, lashed out at flimsy compulsion of such ,official persons statistics craft carrier Enterprise commands three years or '0. homed In on her now as she
those who would "enslave mi.norltle restraints as parliamentary awe but also provokes Employed In a region as re- maneuvers with the 6th Fleet.
courtesy and precedents The new figures, presented to
with an onerous civil ( arguments about her worth.
Against this, a minorIty Congress along with President ..11111111'II
rights bill. Her defenders that this
"- has no defense. Johnson's report on manpower, argue
It was March vs nuclear-powered, 86,200-ton ware
JOHNSON'S maiden speech include persons "not In the labor -
I, 1N9, and was but the first indication I | force" In addition to th ship now maneuvering in the FRIDAY, SATURDAY SPECIALS AT ,
LyndoBaines Mediterranean with her 101
that the new (jobless
Johnson a Senator would I planes and surface escorts constitutes .
go down the line with the '' + I "It Is the first such set of figures
but two t rag4 the most sophisticated
Southern Democrats In ,we have been able to FLORIDA
opposition getup
months, lined weapons system In the world,
to civil said of Labor W.
rights legislation Secretary
up with his* with advantages of mobility anda
Southern colleagues In succeeding years, Willard Wirtz. wide spectrum of military re
to del Johnson would vote to: Unions Challenged Figures sponses. 0 PHARMACY
(1) Endorse the principleof
nounc pro-I "separate but equal" Union officials for some time Her critics contend that the

posed "fair" lic schools pub- t have contended that federal figures Enterprise, for all her newness, (ha Publii Super Market sa N. Mon .....1)
e m pi I oyment"LEWIS (2) Strike Title Three from do not measure the true is a 1500-mlllion white elephant,
legislation as r hopelessly out of date In missile
the 1957 Civil Rights bill. Senator extent of unemployment because a -
tyrannical. John Kennedy and other they list only those actively world in which the Polaris IIIIIII'IL50m.p
"Such a law would necessitate ( liberals insisted that LBJ had seeking work. submarine fits neatly.

a system of Federal police emasculated the measure. Union spokesmen have estimated One thing Is beyond dispute.The .
officers such as we have (3) Recommit the 1957 Civil that the real unemployment Navy loves the Enterprise.The rID'SOI
never seen, before," he cried. Rights bill, to send It for MINSTREL UHIARSAl .... the minstrel. mvilc' .ro total may be close to double 1,123-foot-long ship Is the
"It would do everything but seven days to the Judiciary John WtliM, loft, mviio dirtctar Mi*. Mvrroy Sovofo, fionlrt; the official federal figure, repository for traditions built
what Its sponsors' intend. It Committee run by Mississippi's sad c... De..., ........ cholrmon, who era working; on puss for when taking into account part- up in the Pacific naval battlesof J7/ Green Stamps !
would reverse our entire historical Senator James Eastland, the Ml sad mvilcol numktrt for the Downtown LIo... Glut's time work by those who want World War II. The future of I .Ilk Silo' OWN* *>d HldllOl oil I
trend of progress. It violent foe of civil rights leg 'It Amivol Mimtrol Show, scheduled for April 4 of the city full-time jobs, and discouraged the naval aviator revolvesaround 'I CORICIOIN TABLETS J J25e
would do nothing more than islation. auditorium, persons who have given up the the Big E's successor, *. bottle' 98cJ41t
(4) search for work and do not even <..lrM .t., M.... .., IOM
Oppose limitation
ghosts of another any on Rear Adm. William I. Martin,
day to haunt us again. It cloture. Downtown Lions Club show up In the statistics' commander of the 6th Fleet's I M5MMMMMMM g -
would Incite and Inflame the (5) Deny Wilson White confirmation While the new Labor Depart Carrier Division 2, employs the .

passions and prejudices of a as Assistant At. ment figures are Incomplete, Enterprise as his flagship He I
people to the extent that the torney General In charge of Plans Annual MinstrelThe they give an Inkling of the sit was a young flying officer on 'I
.I'.I.I.I' .I11
chasm of our difference would Civil Rights. uation. They- also show that persons the old Enterprise., the Biz E "" .

be Irreparably widened and (6)) Continue foreign aid to Downtown Lions Club of Wilson, music director, Mrs. with the least education of wartime fame.. 1

deepened." nations that practice racial Lakeland will present Its 28th'Murray Savage, pianist; and are most heavily represented In Only S Portholes Double Green Stamps
Johnson offered his fervent and religious discrimination. Earl Dekle. the unemployed or t'not in the I
hope that never again would (7) Strike provisions from annual minstrel on April 4 at labor force" categories.The For sentiment's sake, the new
the Senate "called the 1960 Civil Rights bill that .the city auditorium, Carl Dekle "Many weeks of planning and figures show that among Enterprise has only five portholes .
entertain upon to would permit court-appointed general chairman of the show, practicing" are going Into this white men aged 45 to 54 with In her hull, all taken from I
seriously any such show, Dekle said. > On
proposal." referees to register Negroes .announced today. four' years or less of education,'the old Enterprise, They grace Prescriptions S
denied the right to vote. Dekle "This annual minstrel show Is 221! out of every 1,000 are not the cabin i of the new giant'sskipper
I. said that all I
THE PROPOSAL of which (8) Uphold a 1960 Southern the Lions club's major fund working. Of these, 84 are listedas Capt. Frederick H. Mi-
Johnson spoke Is now a key filibuster on Civil Rights that .acts, had been confirmed. Participants raising project of the year, and unemployed and 137 as not chaells, a native of Kansas City. rl'llllllll
section of the Administration'sCivil threatened the whole bill. In the show are rehearsing is usually responsible for bringing in the labor force. But tradition does not win I
Rights Bill. Presidential IN THAT same year John I every Tuesday and $2,000 to $4,000 Into theclub's Among those with college degrees wars, the doubters say. % Ree. $7.89 lottlo of 100THERAGRAN

lieutenants have indicated son ran for Vice President on I Thursday night at 7:30: o'clockat Sight-Conservation Fund,II the corresponding figure They argue that the Enter I M 4.75
they will cut off debate, and the Democratic National Con Lonnell Music Company. :he added. shrinks to 39 who are not working prise Is really not a modern L Vitamin .

break a filibuster by Invoking vention's platform and for reelection Committeemen named to produce Including 10 unemployedand weapon despite the efficiency of
cloture, after six weeks of 29 In the labor I "IIIIII 1117
to the U.S. Senate on the show include: Tickets, not force
,talk by the Dixie Democrats. a platform adopted by the Dick Ancl; publicity Duane Group FormedTo Wirtz said no breakdown Is ARMADILLO SAVED

Yet In his maiden speech Texas Democratic Party Perkins; program, Bill Taggart; available on reasons- for those RENO (AP) The Norman I
Johnson said that unlimited The national platform ap printing I I Lonnie Taeblood; Promote not in the labor force. Some, for Silver family's pet armadillo, a 1 100 EXTRAd.9
}:1 debate was the most preciousj proved sit-in demonstrations. makeup, Jim Colbert; stage instance, may be wealthy warm climate animal Is out In
of all liberties, "the fountain- The state platform called for Jim Hall; end men, Ed Tarver;' enough not to work. the cold. The armadillo usually I 0
head of all our freedom. His "enforcement of laws designed and patron committee, Milton Bob KennedyMADISON snuggled up at night under anelectric ( Green Stampswith l M

voice choked, the Texan cried to protect property Oates. A DRY PLACE blanket In a dog house I ,
out: "If we now, In haste and from behind! the Silver home.
physical occupation"The Other show officers John
WIs. (AP) A AP-Police
PUEBLO, Colo. (
Irritation, shut off this freedom national platform Insisted But the blanket apparently
committee to promotj the can making a routine check of automatic this $300
? developed electrical short) coupon
we shall be cutting off on Immediate school BUT NO DIME an II
didacy of
Atty. Gen. Robert F. washer establishmentsearly and of
this one night and the house burned purchase
jj most safeguard desegregation. Johnson's
state RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) An Kennedy for vice president was Tuesday found a
which minorities I I 1 possess platform pledged of young down. Firemen arrived In time (limit; family, tiplrti SoFyrdoy. Mirth 14, 1964)
protection Intruder broke into the Cox Motor
incorporated In Wisconsin Tuesday In He I kj
a dryer
man asleep to the armadillo from .
against the tyranny of momentary "the decisions of the peopleof Co., used the office telephone he needed a warm placeto [ ;:; Jl

majorities. I do not wish local school districts in the then taped a note and $1' Papers were filed with the after quarreling at -, -. -
sleep ............
to have name listed as one lto 1 1 -- "' "'" *
my operation of their schools. the Instrument secretary of state by Percy home. p i
of those who took this free- The platform adopted at Los "I'm sorry I broke the windowto Silver of Milwaukee. Silver, a \
dom away from the worldJ Angeles blasted state right- : get in," the note explained Milwaukee insurance man, Identified Complete
when the world-most neededIt. to-work laws and called for "but I had to use the telephone.' himself as chairman and INSURANCE 1\
." action by Congress to repeal Here's a dollar to pay for the the committee as: "Draft Robert -
Johnson went on to argue them. Texas Democrats gl...." F. Kennedy for Vice-Presi- SIRVICIi
J there was no such thing as a praised their state's right-to- There's an outdoor. public dent of the United States, Grass I Unl.r pshaw" """S'Inc. i'' enneuf ( '
"reasonable Jimit" on debate work statute as "necessary to telephone just a few feet from Roots, Ground Swell Commit === ,
insisting that unlimited debate the free enterprise system." the firm. tee." SOt t. Twin, Avo. M. WO-IIII ALWAYS FIRST DUALITY *
I ..
of value to Negroes -- --- -- ---
was more .
cuss NU oars uas w. *,'t HINDU Hirr.M moor. taaium winm.won .
than whites. He denied Vs '*> A .,' -.- ..
.:tfr. .
; : ,.
-V < *' ,
that a single piece of valuable) .
( .?' :\ '.
legislation had ever died at '" :. 'I ; 4for
the hands of a filibuster, concluding .,. ( -
: : : .I
"Cloture Is, perhaps, the .t "
deadliest weapon In the arsenal your .

cedures.of Once parliamentary a majority pro-Is \\t \\\ : Easter outfit .

Honorary ,\\lS ? :

Taps Fraternity FourFour : t: \"\\\ t't DACRON

: ; .
new members have
been tapped by Omicron Delta '." t\ IN PRINT!
national honorary leadership 't.1

Florida Joe McCormick fraternity Southern ,College.for Georgetown men i at, '. \\\\, '\ t \\\\, -. y !

Ind., president of the campus
chapter announced these new ;
O'r; : :
members: Robert Cattariu, .
Lakeland; William Edman, '
f !
Pompano Beach; David Kelsey I j rSY

New Canaan, Conn.; and "" i
Robert Kimbrough, Brooksvllle ';
Who's Who Sludent

Cattarlus, a senior listed 1 In k I IA
Who's Who in American Colleges \;
and Universities Is president -

of the Inter fraternity '
Council. He Is past president of FO/UB

Kappa Sigma fraternity and a ,, -- ....... .
member of the Men's Student i
Government Association..

A Junior and a member Ed-of _...... __, !_ i
Pi Phi fraternity #
man has served In Student Government p pL pt Jj4'ntkd"&WI
and on the Intramu
rals Board. He Is a member of
the Political Union and the advanced -

ROTC program.

Kelsey, a senior and a member -
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity, was captain of the
soccer team and is in the ad- 1295

vanced ROTC program. A memo.
ber of Delta Sigma PI honorary L
business fraternity he was }
r I f<
vice president of his junior and aifwNi43
senior classes.A 1AI9 m f4e'

senior, Kimbrough Is president rsF5 Hoes 109 $ atC t{ i'
of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity ) .
and a member of the Smart, carefree Easter fashions come

Citrus Club. He is a senator at
Government olive in goy color-drenched prints!
large In the Student
a member of the Inter Styled In wonderful Dacron polyester
fraternity Council, and in the
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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday March II, IM4 I ___

I Viet Nam 'Hamlet' Strategy Falling Apart }' k 4, c

By PETER ARNETT suspect about the program was Diem officials lied about the the American said. gram that began with a blaze of V t

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER true." number of hamlets they were The Diem regime was cast,publicity two year ago lay thatIt C

SAIGON, South Viet Nam He was talking about the strategic building In the countryside, he Into oblivion four months ago, continues to deteriorate.
hamlet program which he, said. Worse still, scores of tons but Americans In Viet Nam still The second military coup Jan
I, (AP) The crewcut young as a field officer for the U.S. of aid supplies were stockpiledin see no noticeable Improvement 30 threw Into confusion what C
American sloshed his coffee aid mission examined carefully dozens of warehouses around' in the general policy governing little coordination there was In .w Delton

with his spoon and reluctantly after the Ngo Dlnh Diem re- Saigon. strategic hamlets the countryiide.

declared: "We were shocked to gime was overthrown last "This aid we gave was Just Most Americans with anything The hamlet program, backed V 1 S.,R, t i wor

learn that_what we had began_to November. ___ ___.1 not getting<<: the people," to_ do with the 60-mllllon( .pro-! : was to the conceived hilt by the II the United answer States to 4 b '. C to
rs tlve
Communist raiders roaming the 1d
d: ate
I countryside
In the northern part of VietNam herM
this seems to work. will
In the south, the highly popu-
at 1
6 lated River delta and
OPEN DAILY 9 5:30 Mekong StaffShe
e -
the crowded seas to the north .
,of Saigon the hamlet program !
hat stagnated and virtually died Pos
I Americans close to the program ciVI
9 are's say. North Accepted It I ) MOl mo

The hamlet concept called for __ per
SALE ,the erection of defense perimeters -- I

around groups of houses

followed by the rapid Injection THI OLD This !ie the niitslo betiding .* Florid. So.thom Collets es It .,'"... Mere S

of economic aid. .. ontoniivo romodollBS preenm was ,",un. par
PowrHouse I This was satisfactory In the 1 as
comparatively arid north where tint]

people naturally congregated for .-; -- -,..-- cre
I mutual assistance In the delta. J$,'')'t; J : ;, d t day

particularly In hamlets made up M f ,.f4, <: .illl
twill outfit of people forcibly resettled, resentment I pailboa
and anger aroso.The I ,,, '.' '% ," :
t, "
I Vietnamese government, ,:. opt]
at the behest of both American pro
Y s 'military and civilian personnel A

ills threshing out a program to maa
FINE GALEY& LORD try to put new life Into the ham- fin
let scheme. for
The government has decided:
CRAMERTON CLOTH 1. No more forcible relocationof
people Into hamlets. f
41;' I 2. To adopt the "oil slick" :
Vt.'i' concept for hamlet growth, so
hamlets are established in ever
iN Yr widening circles to get the beat

I security 3. To revise the militia I system 1MiaMI

323 423 in which villagers, most of
:them unpaid, were required to

a stand military guard on their t
own hamlets.
IP v
I Policy Not Implemented T

I I t REGULAR 3.59 REGULAR 4.59 Although the government has fossof
laid down these ideas. policy, r
x \. there has been no attempt to heryea
'implement them, Americans "

,, Extra rugged 50% stronger than i
5 I chiefs still lack specific hon

L \\ carded twill Sanforized Plus wash- ,guidance on policy. A province ma'Tn'

pacification scheme aimedat ..., ...., 11I..1.. In
t AND THI NEW flit Is Die Hit Mint luiUiitf e
and-wear mercerized for luster hamlets faltering .
greater re-establishing Is
; Florid style to blond with tho Frank Lloyd Wright orcriitocturo ond the MW Iranwomb MtmoriolAuditorium. '
because the soldiers set
and longer life. 'aside to carry out the work are p yea

being sent on military opera diti'Un'

: \JL : lion.. Music To Be OpenedAt :
t Western Jeans :& 2.88 Glenn's Wife her

Out CampaigningCOLUMBUS Florida Southern This WeekA mir she
1 Ohio (AP-Lt.

T" ., miss this chance I Anyone can win Col. John H. Glenn's wife, Annie new structure on the cam- three-level structure.The Also at ground level Is a South 11fed'
I plans to take the campaign
: of Florida Southern stucco building contains Wing comprising two large
nothing to buy I Just fill out blank pus skyline '
an entry trail Monday in behalf of her rooms, which can be subdividedinto
I 7,000 feet of floor ,
will be square space 196''
College formally opened
husband, who seeks Democrat.nomination -
1 in Wards Workwear Department.Contest ends this week.It and its Florida-type architecture three units each for private Ca
ic to the U.S. Senate -
April 1,1964. Come in soon I '' Is the $73.000 Music BuildIng blends with that of the or group instruction _
nearby Branscomb Auditorium The top floor contains two
4 Mrs. Glenn announced I that< which has Just been completed .'
\ and Frank units. classrooms and three teaching
'PRICE REDUCED she and Mrs. Kens Carpenter, la'time for opening at Lloyd Wright
The Music Building will be studios. 'On of the classrooms
wife of astronaut M. Scott Carpenter a special ceremony Friday asa
named for Its principal donor, is equipped for stereo sound In
will attend a series of feaure of the college's annual -
to be announced Friday. Various the use of records for instruction. '
social gatherings with Democratic Founders' Week program.
rooms may also be named 'N
and independent women The building Is the first unit
voters in all sections of Ohio. for additional donors, according' The! new building and its modern
of the Ludd M. Spivey Fine Arts '
to Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr., facilities comprise the latent
Center projected as a memorial
OPtfe $eMCV..* m MAVtAG PEOPLE BEll VC Jri fviAVTAfc PCOPtsS BEOEVlJ to the late president of the col. He president said the of college Florida also Southern.would,expansion step in of Florida its music Southern's department

lege. Dr. Spivey, who served
be "happy to receive several Last fall the college added
from 192 until his
as president "
pianos ss gifts. three nationally-known mu- b
retirement In 19S7 died In 1962.
Let us show how the new tax cut Innovations Included ilclans to Its faculty. They are what
you Old Inside New Ray Dudley, young concert pianist

will allow you to purchase a DEPEND Johnson The new Street structure side of Is the on campus the- manager David L of. the Readdlck college, business said the husband, and and Nelson wife and piano Neal team, a ag leg

replacing the old brick building: I compares "most favor: who will serve as artists In res
ably In its teaching I facilitiesand I
ABLE NEW MAYTAG automatic washer I building which served for many accommodations with idence.Dr. befir-
years as music headquarters any K. C. Anderson Is headof '
and without The shell of the old building was college music building I have the music department. Other La
dryer affecting cur
your seen, and we have added sev-
incorporated in the completely eral Innovations." members of the music facultyare ev.flc.

remodeled. and_expanded_._ Jack Houts. Thomas Brier-
rent budget. The building's lower floor,
ley, William H. Spivey and ,
contains It
soundproof private
Madame Anne Roselle, former
SINUS SUFFERERS. practice booths for students. The Metropolitan opera linger.Educational pili.r.
booths are large enough for pianos
BEST TRY OUR or band Instruments. Each

4CYCLEAUTOMATIC SUPER COLD CAPSULES booth also has a record player.I TV
The ground floor features ,
With I Introdlonto. reception room, office and .e:1: ed

WASHER T. U" teaching studios. An audio cen-: Stations To If
ter houses a music library and let:

12 Capsules 98e monitoring equipment which I Triple NumbersGAINESVILLE lal
permits an Instructor to "listen 1
Increase In FLORIDA PHARMACY in" on students practicing In to

Weekly Present New Tu Mo T... """_ ) -._" 1 til N. M_ A... the booths below. The progress (AP) The
...... program director for National
Low Home ..k. rte. of students also can be tapedtor III:
Poy Low Pay Educational Television in New

$T o afiS 90.46 11>>..11i5O 1-- _, later play-back. ,York says the number of educational Of ar

$ 118.64 U.46 15.18 4 I 111.1.11 4T'I' TV stations will tripleto '7 ,
than dec
more 300 In the next
MAYTAG a Giant CapacltJ $2 O 168.74 179.91 0.68 er

r ade.The director, Paul Taft, appeared pr
I AUTOMATICS e Fully 107.84 14.71 7.08 c'o' WAYNE'SPACKAGE on programs Monday in In,

RATED Automatic ,connection with communicationsweek.

tK I 4 Cycle If there or. 1 children In your family and you a/o-of-Hest STORE 1'\
NUMBER DRYERS I Peter Hackes, Washington cor- arm

I linter Filter make $150.00 per week, your toke ham. pay will 1. gentle, even e respondent for the N a 11 l Ion. I
'1I.-SAT. TILL 10 Broadcasting Company told a
Tub increone $1S.18 a month. TMs will,buy your d. + WTOunds Clothes banquet that "no matter what gr
I 'I Rust Proof p.ndobl. MoytOI polr. e SPECIALS-THUR.-FRI.-SAT. the critics say the space program E
by Th. will be with us forever."
Water ControlAnolYll1 S.
He added, "The U. space
s ReportRUSTPROOF t race has been called one vast R
!ata't t
\' 1i lid moondoggle. It has been called
a great waste oftim", money C
and talent. It has also been
V ,
299IUND called the greatest single scientific -
DRYER FOR $299.95 enterprise since the inven- C

16. moor tion of the wheel. The truth lies
MODEL A-100 InV somewhere between these ex

$197, 1 WET Lest City Allowance Installation Utility$20.00: for $2 7995 $IMoIDIL9D"95 WIT i 1 SEAGRAM'SGOLDEN 90* ,moo GIN. 35h9 Sfc tremes.Makes Moscow" Big Radio Fuss tiII attl V T,

I OLD HICKORY 3 : e About (AwardMOSCOW AP-Moscow Ra- c.le a Ifel

We Finance our 40 Years Dependable Service In (ohlandaUlD 5 die broke Into a regular program elf
Ctwe Contracts 16' IR00FOUR/ | to announce the winner of
electric the Taras Shevchenko prize. Itt.
Winner of the prize named .
$s for the Russian poet was cited
able NI I ROSES .3 5 1100 1 for his "contribution In developing I.tJ
REE .... TV & Appliance Co. WRINGER :: and strengthening Ukrainian -
$s socialist cultureThe
I 16. PROOF made by the I
208 N. Florida Are. MU 6.3333 Downtown Lakeland $9800t Republican award Committee was of the t

W. RMWVO Tile Rifht' T. Um. Q..tityIIIIIIIII Ukraine, a government agency. t
/ / I The winner was Premier A

,Khrushchev. tg
\ = I ,

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Department f LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday March 11. lie.; 7 i

Careers For Women I Let's Play Bridge

Offered In LakelandCareer By ALAN TRUSCOTT

NORTH enough for a forcing raise to
.KJII3 three spades and not sub
opportunities In
Navy Navy Housing Office assists In .JT
ficiently unbalanced for
Department offices In Washington a preemptive
housing Inspected for KQ10 raise to four spades
are being offered to
young "neighborhood,
cleanliness J6J
women of Lakeland, according price," Miss Blankenship said and WEST EAST However, there was no obvious
to a civilian Navy representative Applicants alternative. He could
who If interviewing typists, who have not AT A 102 have bid two diamonds, but '
qualified must take a civil service r KJ09U 2 VQ8
there I
would still
have beena
stenographers and
secretaries examination which include las .
her*. AJ74JQ problem on the next round. '
a general test and a 10mlnutyping J K941 YOUR NEW
Miss Phyllis M. Blankenship West, Slater, led a diamond
exercise at 40 words SOUTH D
per ( )
will be available for interviews minute, and for which seemed the safest
at the Navy Recruiting Branch a three-minute dictation stenographers-? 4.AQ9S4VASI choice and East followed
Station, 221 S. Tennessee Ave. Is exercise dummy's king to hold This
given at 80 words 61
t She .will discuss employment minute. per was unlikely to cost a trick YOUR
possibilities and administer the I and he was not anxious to HOME
civil service examination. Hours Schools Available aide wu vulnerable lead at this point

I are from 9 a.m until 5 p.m., According to Miss Blankenr The bidding: Trumps Draw
Mondays through Fridays. Fomore ship, employes enjoy recreational Smith West North East
Information, interested and social activities In the I 1 Pus 3. Pass South drew trumps In two
persons may call 686-0501. Navy Department and take ad- 4 4 Past Put Put rounds and led a diamond todummy's FIRST FEDERAL

Benefits Listed vantage of the many Washington West led the diamond nine. East queen returned and the East'sact. diamond
events. Some of the events
Salaries with the Navy De- Include outdoor and indoor staginductions In almost all games and jack which was clearly
partment range from $73 to $88 paddling boats on sports the right to make the safe and South rutted He led
a week with promotional the ace of hearts leaving this HOME LOAN
opportunities the Potomac famous art collections next play to usually an ad i
and possible yearly increases concerts and State Society vantage. In tennis, for ex position:
: Benefits include a five- Dances ample, the service is a dominant
day work week Interesting assignments Four leading universities afford factor. But occasionallythe NORTH
at least 2'/i weeks Navy civilians the chanceto right to lead or play can A ; ieV
paid vacation, sick leave, group attend night school for fur- be .a disadvantage. In chess J
hospitalization nursing service, ther education and greater Job a player can find himself In -
optional life Insurance and non opportunities. tugzwang, or movebound; In + J65
profit cafeterias. I Applications are being accepted bridge he can be thrown in WEST EAST
I A reservation Is made at a for filling Immediate vacan- and forced to make a losing 4k A -
modern women's hotel for the cies as well as for openings at play. VK10I6 VQ
a first seven days in Washington a later date Miss Blankenship There are crucial 42
for each new appoint while the added. combinations In many which both 4Q82 Kf 43 L
sides desperately try to avoid
Mother leading, and in almost all of A 3VIS
Guilty these each of the players has _
one of the top four honors
: 4A107
Of such as.: Q x x .

ManslaughterWill A10x: : K9xx South continued with a
Jxx: : heart and If East wins with 1 / t lifetimof

In such a situation the play. the queen he Is endplayed. To
Be er who leads the suit from avoid giving a ruff and sluff
Deported the: East or West position presents he must lead a club, and home
: the opponents with" atrick South makes two club tricks. happy ownership 1

so a whole hand frequently The winning defense, as Slat
TAMPA (AP-A petite Polish! attorney, Norman Bie of Clearwater pivots on maneuvers er soon spotted, was for West
fOlter' mother adjudged guilty and changed her plea, by declarer to force the defense to put up the heart king. This
of manslaughter in the death of from Innocent to nolo conten to open up such a suit. cannot cost a trick with any
her adopted baby nearly four den (no contest). The club suit was the critical lie of the cards, and actually
Mrs. Fritsch was charged with, point of today' deal, which defeats the contract. When
years ago today enroute
murder after her Slater East's heart falls West
former husband was reported by Stanley queen
home to her mother In Ger- Sgt. Joseph Christian of the Metropolitan Life plays a third heart. South SAVINGS AND LOAN

many. I Fritsch Jr., found their 18-month Insurance Company ruffs In dummy, but has to FI RS'J 30
Mrs. Isle Petrushka Urban old adopted son dead in the The bidding was natural open clubs himself, losing
Fritsch 3J, was placed on five couple's apartment at MacDill enough, although slightly opImistlc two tricks and the contract. ASSOCIATIONDOWNTOWN NNICEASxAY
e Air Force Base. The charge wu on North's part. His This play is not as easy as It
Tuesday on con
later reduced to manslaughter. hand was hardly strong looks on paper. West may be aI'
dition that she stay out of the Mrs. Fritsch was accused of reluctant to gain the lead : Orange St. at Tennessee GROVE PARK: Crystal Lake Drive at Meadow roolc .

United States. biting and choking the child to himself. He know that his
/ A deputy marshal will drive death. First U.S. ShipIn partner must hold the heart LAKELAND, FLORIDALIQUIDATION

her to Sunnypolnt, near Wilmington She was ruled mentally Incompetent queen, and It Is not easy to
N.C., where on Friday, to stand trial and Dozen Years see that East Is In danger of

she will board the Syllum a was confined for 2'/$ years In _being !ndp ayct.. .. _. .
---------- -------- --- ---- ------- -----
Steamship bound for Germany.Plea St. Elizabeth's Hospital Washington -
ChangedMrs. D.C., where she underwent Visits Red Port
psychiatric treatment. She
Fritsch who has been I In was declared competent last MOSCOW (AP-Pravda reported
federal custody since October. year. American
today that an
I j I960, went before U.S. District Pain Said Inflicted ship has arrived In a Soviet Pacific SALE
Court Albert Reeves
Judge port for the first Urn Inyears.
(" Tuesday, accompanied by her During the trial the tovern- 11 .
tr ment contended that the biting I
She was the freighter Nlaga I
and choking Inflicted pain severe
Mexico Plans enough to cause the childto : re-, which the Soviet Communist

milk.vomit, then choke on curdled: t party Monday newspaper In Nakhodka said ,docked nearVladivostok I I WM$ CLEARING OUT OUR ptO f PJtE SOJ

Mass Teaching i But Bie who defended Mrs with 18,000 tons or'wheat. quit! HEW STORE WILL OFFI* ML HEW AkPEGNOIR

Fritsch, claimed she was exercising .-
the baby In front of a television
TelevisionMEXICO set when the child choked. ---
Van -
;: Rip Winkle
By He said she blacked out when I LADIES' STRETCH -

CITY UB-Mexico,,she and realized bit and the choked: child was the dead baby I'Couldn't Sleep withNaggmgBackache j :LINGERIE, r PANTS 1j:, MEN'S WEAR

Values to $10.95
which spends far more on education without knowing what she was
than for defense, is turnIng doing I Iraktn
to television a* a weapon A federal jury failed to reach YawlYoa, asottb.hettall.eow.d $197 Slits I WALK' $ 177Riil

against illiteracy. a verdict in the manslaughter .frnM.e.W.efrwda.MnlnB' .fcMtaajM IM,tb.tfs.s b.._... ..d, I SETS . . . .. $100 1 SHORTS . .. .
will be cue and a mistrial was declared ratio. m>b..d .lMr. Vnt.. 1iMllmWhK llmlftdQwentltlei
Special programs .
beamed from Mexico City at last October. .11-/ _...HUM.... or ..d .....nro /. 1.99LYCRA .rlr 2.90KNIT $ 147RS
Mrs. Fritsch who said she last .woes nlM-mnl n full 1 Another 97f.SP
first to Mexico's central area saw her mother in 1958. cameto dl.tarb......r b.add bUddrlrrlutlaoUowtat BRAS . SHIRTS . . .
( food sal drlnk-o<
be extended to cross t..t.
Later they will .. .I
this country after marryingan Unf 4 a pmfortebl.f.u.e.llsY CRESTTOOTHPASTE
every corner of the country officials PUk work rut to I xpmu .. l rly 2.50STRETCH
airman. She
American was
say later divorced and married amt tocmml bripMdr 'RTS 97f. $ 119
Ten houn of programs are Fritsch. ,Mkw.otbi.a.e.a.s..dd., BMrnlw MMI nil,, t t'.kr kr BRIEFS . . Rag. $3cGleat BELTS . .
planned daily. Initial expense Asked what she would do when HIM dfa.ti..05. fa. ,.r'' :
iy>ot o( U. II :!!..F"L tub..: lgalsrly I hs 2." 91
are expected to be 12.J million. she rejoins her mother In Germany i CiUor Toed : ..4 MM 3 $197 DECK $ 197

Sets T. B. Installed Mrs. Fritsch replied "I .so-, s."Ja.,*:::I=,b..ask..':::= SEAMLESS HOSE ,.. ill* 44 PANTS . . . I
would like to go back Into)Iorp a1...OW oaa'.rum. .., Limited
Television sets will be Install "
urslng ..,ul.'" I." Qumtltlsi R.ul.rfy T9.
ed when possible. in schools 97f. .

If schools ire not adequate the' SUPPORT HOSE .... .. .. ARGYLE HOSE . . .?r 47'BO
sets will be put In town and village -, BIG MCKESSON YITA RAMA FOR MABCIBEXEIVITAMIN Women's & Children'sSHOES

squares I
Literature will be distributed aTRAINING '
*S! WE R
to supplement the programs. .I ; T'
About J7 per cent of the population .V 3.99
ls expected to be reached.' erobMSis. R l iy I.49
Of the 1960 census population of PANTS5 V; 62 $144 $ 147
around 35 million estimated Act . '
7 million were I illiterate, the government -, SfylM
probably. higher I 1 OffGiRLs Buster Brown SHIRTS . . .... .

The mechanical aspects of the
TV program-distributing sets, 3 88' $A88
arranging channels and transmitters ASK DRUGGIST FOR'COUPONI PANTIES ,? SPORT COATS

-will be handled by the MCKESSON BEXEL VITA-RAMA ATI
Communications Ministry. Program Rao. 39c

will be supervised by the MARTIN DRUG FASHIONS ': All calls 15
Education Ministry. j 'YARD, GOODS
437 Central Ay.. Dial MU 3-2807 Allt. tllH Rnlrry 91<

Rules AlteredOn u I CAPRtSFrS . . .. .$397 Set HOYA MATERIAL 67f.n
Pillow Cases

Teaching MOBILE HOME OWNERS : VthMt es 2.90JAMAICA $147 Itegularl1.29 24 $,100


MOST POLICIES OUR POLICY SPRING $ 197Rifulcrly etttoe 97 C All '.., CM'I /) C

Kate rule on teacher(AP)certifica-- New COST $10 to $12JO COSTS $a per $1000 BLOUSES . .. fluoirtlfy limited Reduced! From XJT. DUyo

tion today required a prospective 1.90LADIES' .
COVERS $ 127
teacher to major in the per $1000 THMT wELS 67'
subject she teaches. COVER ".". MWI... ...k.. GLOVES. . ... .
The State Cabinet adopted revision .."..,... IM. wta* See Our

of teacher licensing rules .aatlats' l ,, a.w1ad5d' ::: A..d r = ( rut* **4 F.
Tuesday which officials said _.. Mil, eonb....... .Mr, flM. ".dlal.e.tlsed NYLON PANTIES 2 >* 88' Bargain Counters HAND TOWELS 37'
also would, give schools of edu- rIoI.. w.eee. wtKaieee sesd.liae. I To
,,_ .,1cJ.t .100 fillip eksnh die weblaf Savings
cation the universities more
at ...... vitas, .. I29
ae .11II". faI" sisil" e..t..etae. snow.iae 00Amrti
leeway In deciding what a teacher nis...p. rlof w skit Nt '.....e N lea.s..etee 4 WASH CLOTHS .17f.
candidate: studies. eshowl 4100 ... ef wase1also..e LADIES' DRESSES .. .... ." . .
There have been complaints a. ......e .. 75 %
Florida that teachers spend w.lw.e PIUS. < Pirrtnn fad C.Un ChtW DmM, R most of their time studying ....... 2 $500 $219
;, 1. 0* Mtlblce SHIFT DRESSES : SHEETS ,
teaching methods and don't Nroa.d =- ,... .
learn much about the subject alma Is:-::."...;;: I t '-..we 1924.r. .
they will teach. !...... ......'.. ..,,- ... "' "1.._.

M L:.--std ..d...:.': .. .... d........ OLD STORE-117 N. KENTUCKY AVE. HOURS 9 to 5:30 DAILY-9 to 9 FRIDAY
Top rusher for Penn State's to twin ....-- IS100.
1M3! football team was halfback
Gary Kllngensrrtith who ripped EARLE W. DAY & CO.
off 450 yards In 102 carries for NEW STORE 1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVD.-OPENING SOON !
P.o. Box 1258' St. P tsrsb.rq. FlorIda 3)733
a 4.4 average. He will be back 1

next season. "

t\ 5 5Navy ), r

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i tAKELAND IXDCFR Wednesday. March 11. I" 1 1I 1I LUAL AovgrtlasMINtIN '" iOICR CW Ii'INY1N'




:In Il,' I'Mtile of I DttceaOO4
,,.....d TO ALl. WHOM IT MAT
,' md Peraoni Hu.l % CONCKRN: :
Ta All ".dlt"'* that
ll hinby tlven
l IHIf < i.i"M co r Demand Agelnit
I final Ad.
have filed my report aa
'" ';and'cu'h mlnlatrator cum taatamenta ....
y"" nf you ar bareby eatata of Cyril A,
of tha
Sob n
an.d" I I" "I. all claim and damda that I
jT. : li". which jott 5ev. ...1",1, tho Hulllvan. deceased petition for final hjva dlarharta -
lied my
: .tit* of ORVAL and that 1 will apply .
(-a**., In the offlc. the HON RICHARD A .
A, IWON8ON. County JouSts. County Judge of Polk Oountv -
hi. .fflio In the Court Honor h lorlda, on tha 10th day of
it'' Bartow, Florida, within all oil-
Har -h. 1M, for approval of the
I.t.,., mr-ntha from February M aama and for final .- aaAdmlnlKtrator
i, 1 I ""Hn of tills notice. Each n.'O of the emata of Cyril A.
:iilin or drrmind must be In writ dereawd
ng, moot utIle the plice of mllu 'iiman' Tlila Wth da>. of February, IM4.D .
end. office addreai of
% i post
,ls d.' "" 'nt, mimI ba sworn to 'I W. DOOLEY
and moot l>e filed aa aforeeald, or Adnilnlmrator cum teatamento -
.1.. aam will become void.PKOPLFS anneio or th. ew>
I tate of Cyril A. Sullivan


\ I VI .i preildent TruetOfdcer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 II !( o'L:: The First All11nor fo, SCr.oatorLeholtad : I COUNTY, IN CHANCf

1'28 'Iorldo. C... No. e23M Docket tl
> ".g. No. SMMORT1AQK
IN THI COUNTY Corporation. \
JUDOI'S COURT, POLK a Plal"tlff. S

Eitat of HENRY I). HUt'I.'En and wits )
r JULIA R. ),IILLER.1I.a..d.. LKNKLLK KHl'LKK and i
FII.R': I7I Defendant, )
The a,.,. at Florida to MR NOTICE OF SALE
FLoRENCE. HAAS D1LB and that,
I Notlra li hereby slvin
I all other enno1wITo flnil decree of for.
tuntiant to a
: .11 pernona claiming' any loeura entered In the ahova .".
H EDITIONTo htnoflcl.i Int..t. In Ih. o.totn 01
I MONKEY SHINES ON ICI-Ivan Her must ,..ellc., sad Spunky Hi. chimp I. na ..e."i.... JI'I.IA R. MILLER deceaeed- nf tilled Polk oauea Count In )lbs Florida Circuit I will Court soil

% I All drawee1 In winter .011I ."1.., Spanky kai p .t curlaycual I* Hi. lea ..>4 wlndl U f maklnsam i iI petition You are luau hereby been notified filed In that sold a lbs property iltuate In Polk County

I e* thaw hariiantal whIHi-juir Kka Hi* hu", .. ikafan a"a ta a klf fanfara. H.'. featured court praying for an order under Florida dem-rlhed a.,

Be Published By ThoLAKELAND I at .. k. thaw In CIlIc..., Irkough tema af the human irars might, a.h-ioah Mill. (AP Wire- to Paragraph.determine 784.25.helra Florida and Statute beneflcl.. of Wool the Sit mouth feet of 170 North feet of US Tract feet

hotel) aol.. of JULIA R. MILLER deceaied *1 of the Replat of BurcaPlica
No. 4. Lake Alfred, Klo.
and ihirea of iame In her
I' rid. .. shown by MapPI.t
LEDGERSaturday .t.. and you are hereby required -
In tha Office
to fib.. written defeneeihereto thereof recorded
: Gubernatorial Candidate within your forty day after the of the Clerk of the Cironlt'oot'tIn .
: High float publication hereof Should and for Polk Countv. Florida
Bonk II, Pan S.Includlnc .
March 28th you fall therein d rrr.. will be en- In Plat iperlflrllly but not

.lti.; due coun upon sold p. by way of limitation the following .

; iL IT'S TIME : All pereon claiming one ben. Item of equlpmentl
Urges $1.25. Per Hour Minimum (trial Intereit to fit.In aniwera told mate and any Sr.rousulru5 Will Heater Initilled- permanently

7 lalme within tha above fostvd.vp.rlod. at mibllo aale, to the hlajheet aol
THE WORLD ABOUT Should f-you- fall --therein. wet bidder for c...., at toe Roum
of the Folk Countyfourthouaa
Front Door
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS state wanted new Industry U' Improve education at all levels. ooure decrea upon will said ba entered petition.W1TNKKH In due In Bartow Florida, he.

I Democratic gubernatorial candidate should seek to bring In only Rep. Fred Karl continued his my hand and the boon II '00 AM. and 1:00: P.M.
4 : clean Industry that will meet criticism of Haydon Burns for coal of aald Court at Bartow Polk on the llth day of March }.<..
POLK COUNTY'SDECISION : Robert King High has I County Florida thla nth day of I>. H. RMJAN. JR.
recommended minimum tight air and water pollution not participating In joint debatesof February, A. IX 19... Clerk Circuit CourtmEAL I Itrac

I a wage standards. all candidates. /./ RICHARD A. BRONSOX )
rate for Florida of $1.25 an hour. both for the : County Iud." U-777
"We must do this Scott Kelly of Lakeland and a C..T.

TO I He told a dinner meeting of people we invite here and the Republican nomination contender IN TIdE CIIICUIT COURT 0' THE
people who live here he said Charles Holley of St. Petersburg THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN AND FOR "OLK

: of Florida leadership frater- fought votes today In the IN AND FOR FOLK COUNTY 'III CHANCERY
Gainesville High Dickinson Clash COUNTY, FLORIDA' r rCMANCCRY. IN Cue N*. OU1 Docket" 71
nity Tuesday night -
citrus belt.LIOAL.
] Fags No. 271
: GO AHEAD the rate should apply to all Other Democratic candidates AOIII..TlIIMIIIIT : EMINENT DOMAINFROCSIEOINOS nORWOOD[ ) SAVINGS BANK S

!employes in Florida and not Just, for governor looked here and 5 New York; B.ohllolCorporatIon
those engaged In Interstate commerce there around the state for votes JUDiCIAL CI..CUIT Or THC BOARD OF PI BLIC IV.STRUCT Plaintiff )

A i I Some attacked rivals. Others FLORIDA IN AND FOR FOLK 'ION OK POLK COUN.
S.nd Copies of The COUNTY. IN CHANCERY TT, .FLORIDA a alatutnry cor.poratloa RDTH"KORMANDIV, ate,
I Rate Same As Federal advanced their own platforms. C... No. U134 O..k.t"P.g. of the But of FlorIda < Defendant S con.
DECADE FOR DECISION High mayor of Miami and No. toe NOTICI OP SAL
I The rate proposed II the same HOWARD rI"rTII.plalntl" p.tltlon.r.ROY NotIce. la hereby given that putsuant Itch
of West Palm
Fred 0. Dickinson
Edition -YO._ to a final decrea of fore- Not
Progreif as the federal minimum wage. 'Beach traded punches. -"..- II DOOM .t ll, donors entered In the above *n.
Bitt PI'TItRI' s.d GLoRIA Defendant titled ...... In the circuit Court but,
To Your Friends.Let's I Another gubernatorial candidate High said Dickinson was backed J. PETERII. hi. wifo. NOTICE OF RULE NISI 01 polk County, Florida, I will nil ed,

Sen. John Mathews of by special interests Dickinson l'fondontPIOT1CI I NOTICIO OK KMINKNT DOMAIN lbs property illume In Polk County .
Brog.A.IJttI.0About Polk. 0' BALi Florida, deicrlbed
Jacksonville said Florida must said that High was promising Notlc. .la hereby given that purmant IN PRtX'EKniNflll THB NAME! :AND BY THB Beginning at a point ail n feet lolU

attract tourists and Industry but completely integrated to a final d...... of (or.. AUTHORITY OK THK BOARD Writ of tho ftoutheaat corner
cloeur entered In the above entitled of Lot said Lot EEC
EACHCOPY must keep the state compatible schools to attract the Negro ..u.. In tha Circuit Court POLK COUNTY FLORIDATO In the center of Clayton Rood dviIdi

to both. of Polk County. Florida, 1 will, ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. .a irown on Florida and Georgia .
I vote.Dickinson to bring eel) the property eltuate In Polk CERN and to .11 pernoni and par- Land rompanv Map of
I He told a group In Bradenton promised count Florida, deecrlbfd ai- tie. having or claiming any rliht, Lakeilrla Park Subdlvliilon
that no matter how badly the more industry to Florida and Lot 1. Bloik ''''', AND that till., Intereit, mortgaaa, or other Plat Book 'I, page SC, Polio
I ENCLOSED portion of Lot It, Blork "(V, I Hen 10 or on thoe certain pirceln County Florida, Publlo Redorda 'IsvI.
::: Moil This/ I boOs particularly deacrlbed aa: of land hereinafter dewrlbed anil run thence Wool on the ton
or Bring Coupon To ... .... ... .
.l..l..L. .
IN A ,.. Begin et a point where_ thaeoutherty lbs followlntf Del-eon toaather wllh IIna. ...,__. I t. II .. .. nf
I 1"" p boundary lino of Lot oil unknown iI.roonl lmlt,. by: ; .Idbdl iilm-a dlitanca of
THE LAKELANbLEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER 10. Blork 0 Intemeete th. ..... through or under booms p.non.who ., 110 feet run thenra North
Slate .rly boundary Una of Lot S, ar* dead or who ar. not l.'il feet to the point of heUnnlni -
'Nixon Delegate Block O and proceed a dl.. known to be dead or alive: : thence run North III
,. 0. BOX 408 sun. of IS tint In an Raitirlr .PARCIL *1 feetl thenca run FAst 13foot lluiAnnouncing
direction along tha Routhern' ROY ODOM and' MILDRED : trance run South parallelto
: Corner of MissouriLIm.. Taken Off State Ballot boundary Una of Lot 10. Block DOOM hi. wife Ih center Una of Clayton
: a: thence In a Southerly dIem 111: Prado Place Road It S feet, thenca run Wool Itot.
: : Lokelond, Florida I 2'SC 01 osadi.la000 of lot foot lakeland, Florida 1310 feat ta tha point of be.
tnora or lotus to ths ftouthaaet PASCaL Blnnlns. 1
Enclos. 25c each for tingle! I TALLAHASSEE (AP) The pledged to unpledged. corner ol Lot S, Block 11: ODOM and at public alia, ,' to the kltheit and

slate of Republican nominating There already Is one un Ih.".. In a Northerly direction GBNNKLL! lOOM, kla wlf. loOt bidder for ...b, at the South
copi i or $1.00 for 'copies., alone tne KaM.rly boundary ll Wood I.." Avenue -ront DO.H- of the folk County
convention delegates pledged to I pledged slate of Republicans on Una of Let 5. Blork O to th. I.. .land. Florida .u Courthonea la Bartow Florida be.tween .
EACH OR Richard Nixon for point of beginning; AND that PARCEL #1 II :a* A.... and I..0 PM.
: ; MAILED FREE support ; the primary ballot It Is a group portion of Lot ID. Blork U. Begin at a point on th* Weit on the letS dir of March, 1M4.
:the presidential nomination has more particularly described .nu boundary of Section ID Town- I). H. 8LOAN' JR.
Anywhere in the U. S. Canada been thrown off Florida's ballot. headed by GOP state chairman Begin at a point where th* .hip 17 South !4 (oat Clerk Circuit Court
or :40R7t'
I of and Southerly boundary Una of Lot whkh ll : Houlh 0klbs By VIVIAN A. PURVIS
Earlier, the state had allowed Tom Brown Tampa oppose 10 Block O Interned the Northweet corner of thaHW Deputy Clerk

J withdraw his name a slate headed by U.S. Kaxterly boundary line of Lot V of NW K of eilu aeo.tlon lItAL)
,,.,Y. 9 l am enclosing $ .'. . 5 Nixon to S, Block O and proceed a die- tren continue South along U.11i
Pleas Mail the Decade for Decision from the slate.Florida Rep. William Cramer of St. tune* of U fet In an Baeterly said Went boundary of eucn
I Atty. Gen. James W. Petersburg pledged to Sen. Barry direction alonf tra HouthernBoundary .eel Ion lit a feet, more or mao, IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Progress Edition Toj line of At 10. BhxkO. to the North boundary line of TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Kynea said that the slate which Goldwater of Arizona. thnc In a Northwraiitrly th* county md, then run Kiet AND FOR POCK COUNTY, FLORIDA .
J. had been pledged to Nixon could direction a dletanc of US feel long the North boundary (lin. '
: FOR L.O"'L" ADvn1ISIMSP4TNOTtC5 snore or lee, to a point on an of th* right of way of the .fo... IN CHANCIRY NO. I2 2J.S2f
_ _ i not now convert to tn unpledgedslate TO COIDITOOS' are 10 feet Kant of the North. sold county road a dletanca CJfF.KNS VOUNTY DAVINOK )
NAMI after he withdrew. IN THI COURT OP THI COUNTY wait corner of Lot 10, NineS aim feat, then run North a dl. BANK, a New Tork Corporation, >
JUDGE OF POLK COUNTY a. on the Northerly Boundary tance of ISJI feet more or Plaintiff j
Opinion Issued FLORIDA line of Lot 10. Block 0: thenca I..., to a point Cast of the pointof -"..- 1
I In Ret Kitata of 10 feet onan.rosioo t th. beginning then nm Wool a KEITH ADDRESS "This being the case It appears MAUDE H. YOUNG Northerly boundary line of Lot dletanc of 100 feet, more or JUNE BROU'NKLU hi. wHo, ) t\
$1 Deceaeed 10. Block U to tha Northweet less. to the point of beginning and WAI.BKRT ALTON j
that the proper action now To All Creditor and Permni corner of Lot It, Stork H; Containing 4.S4 .0...., more or .leeeowneri ,. DAMPIKH and A. FATS i
i' the delegate slate Having Clalmi or Demand thence tn a Southerly direction ROY ODOM and MILnHFn DAMI'I1R. t... wife, )
to remove
:Tz -T T is Agalnit Raid Entile t along the Weeterly boundary : ODliM hi. wlf. Defendinte )
. . from the ballot since the name You and each of you, ar* hereby Una of Lot 10 Blork O. to th* .......CII. #2 NOTICI TO DEFEND OR ORDER
) ::; ; I of the to whom they are notified to file all claim and Point nf Beginning, all being Begin at a point en th* Wont OF .PUBLICATION SUIT
( t person demand whkh you rave agilnetth In IlLENDALM MANOR, 8KC- boundary of Section l'. Town FOR FORICLOSURI
MAILED pledged will not appear on the e.t.te of MAUDR H. YOUNO aND ADDITION according to I II .l'i fchl1l"ua Rsoe. 54 MauI, TO: KKITH I). BHOWNtl.L: and
NAMI ballot," Kynes said In an opinion defeated. In th* office of R A. tha plat thereof recorded In io foot Soiitb oflb. JI'NB BROWNELL: hla wife
llronoon, County Judg. at hi. of- I Plat Bnok 45, pig ... Puhllo Northweet e oronro f th* Iltosidflu-as.hoownS
issued to Secretary of State Tom lie. in the Court Itoue it Bar- Record of Polk County Horlda. SW U of NW U of said .", And all unknown partlei claim
FREE Adams. tow Florida within ole calendaronthe I I lion,' then continue South along log any Intereit by, thminh,
::: : ADDRESS from Februiry M. 10CC. .it puhllc <.. ., tn the hllfh..., and laid Went boundary of sack under or aaalnet ..,'h or elther <
: I Florida's Republican National w' 1 kit I* the date -at tha flrat pub. h..t bidder for cook, at th. South I PortIon 111'to fret, more or of the sboosoatue4pot-" .
Committeeman I Anthony Bat- catlnn nf this noU," Bain claim Kraut Hour of th* Polk. County lo a point IUI fet North of tI.. who may be dead or ara
: : AnywhereIn I or demand muit be In writing. Courthouse In Bartow Florida the north boundary lln. of th* suthnernn to ha dead nr allvo.
filed I II
.SIATI taglia of St. Petersburg mn.t Hat the place of reeldenreid between II.00 A" and I 00 P.I\l. county rood then run LaoS: a KKtTH (I' BHOWNKLL
. . ,In the the slate on the final day of candidate poet office addren of tho on th* nulls day of ......h, IM4.It of SIlO feet, then run onOJ'ilN BROWNELL: are here
I Nixon claimant. muit ba iworn to sod H. HLOAN JR. North Ml }0 feet more or leee hy lotlfled that a Complaint furForeiloeure
qualifying. must be filed at aforeaald, or .1.. Clock Circuit Court to a point. Ki.t of th* point of of Mortfxe hal been
asked that his name be removed -ima will become void. loCAL' ) beginning, then run Weal a die.i filed isalnit you and you ara nIred .
HAMS U.S. sought author- (l) THOMAS M. LANOSTON U.700 t.n.. of i I0 fmt to th* point to servo a copy of youtlewer
Battaglia ,
of bosinnlni.Conlaioiog :
Executor or Pleading' tn tha Com.plaint .
: ity to switch the slate from tItleTREE tENTH JUDICIAL CI..CUIT 0' ..t1 ...... lDor. IfI. on the Plaintiff attorney

; _ _ _ _ or FLOnIDA IN AND '0" "OLK I.... Joseph. M. Fltiserald. til KecurltyTruet
: :>. : ADDRESS I COUNTY IN CI4ANCISYCo. Own." LAMAR ODOM and OEM- Building. Miami II. Florida,
.. N. 1211. Docktt St NELL ODOM Pie wlf*. and file the original An.wer or
Pk. : Canada ".g. N.. a.s TAKE NOTICK that a Deolaraon Pleading In the office of the Clerk
_ _ _ POLK FEDI: BAVISOII ) of Taking ha. been filed In I of the Circuit Court on or before
CITY STAn AM LOAN ASSOCIATION OF th e.lmv.-a tylsd oau., by th* petitioner tIe 10th day of April A 0,, 1M4

. . . LAKELAND a corporationMletlng of those, proceeding the acquiring, of authority She taking If you fall to do eo, judgment by
under tie law of tha default will ba taken ...In... you
.ORDERYOURS of th. abova deacrlhed landa, for the relief demanded la theCornpl.Il
United Itatea of AmericaPlaintiff. I '
ITRIP I for tha purpoe. *et forth In, IhoP.tltton w,

; : _.. In thla riiiia, via A* a Tha dearrlptlon of the real prop.
: NAME INTICRLAKII III'IIJ'lEBII. IVC, ilta for a Bw elementary w-hool I Iin oIly> proceeded ...In.1 lot
a Florida corporatlua. WILLIAM. Polk 10501?. Florida, and Shutono Lot 17, FOHK8T HIlLS SUBDIVISION
U ROWLAND and ..II.. Ht:I.KN of tha Jude'.' of th* ClrrultCourt according la p041bhoi'nof
In tha
T 'h Judicial I Clr-
HXIR1LANDMORTIIAOK recorded la Plat Book
ADDRESS NOW DKVKUIPMKNT cult of Florida, will on tho 15thday 4!. Pin Z.. Public Record of
of Morel, A. l>. INC. at I:9o'clock ', Pnlk
5'O., INC.. a Klorlda rorpora. County
/ In lbs afternoon thereof, InI'I..ull ,
NASSAU lion: lCl./l'I1.It.UO. CORPORA.TION Cellahu4 ba
iTY I Court Chamber at BarlowFlorida 5 week for four .
STAn PLUS : 0 tei onaro .rpnratlnnl ronilder .. Declaration,
::: . . . .nod. tU.I.PHII.LIP.. BRANCATO } of Taking appoint appraleera and, IIONIC weeke AND In the ORLlR1CI lkrlind> .t Nor.
eurh order
Defendant, ae tha Court tow, rotll Coosby Florida, thIs 5th
: NOTICE OF SALt :tmn.r':1-: All parti* to th*I of March, A.\).. 1M4.I .

HAMS S250 WARDROBESEE Nolle. I. hereby given that pnrinant .. and ... heard lee Intemted at the time mayppear ). H. LOAN, JR.
I* a final decrea of lorloeur and Clerk Circuit Court
piece delimited.
,' ntred In lboshovoon- SEAL)
.. .
You and each of hereby
dr.ueO In tha Circuit Court
ADDRESS .if SoIls County Florida, 1 will an commanded anow.r.Io lbs to appear. .bt.filing. Deputy Clerk

THE DOWNTOWN Mil th* property lltuate In Polk tore filed In Ibis ..,... In the entitled toeeph M. Flngerald
County Florida, deerrlbd. at: lie SororIty Troet Building
Court on or before Ito ,
Ixit II. Block "1'", EIXJK. li-d Miami II, Florida
day of April. A. D IMt to show
CITY STAn MYSTERY SHOPPER WOOD PARK. UNIT NIX S an.ording whet right title I Inlenit, *r lien U.I84 FRanklin 1-M7S.
to tha plat thereof en. :
you, or eny of you hava In and to
I corded In Pllt Book
4.1. 5.5. of
my She abova-deacrlbed
I 47- Publlo Keoorde of Polk and ihow land.,I IN TNt CIRCUIT COURT 0' THE
ceuee why the
-- aame
I- County Florida. could not be taken for .. TENTH JUDICIAL CIIICUIT 0'
I II at public .. ., to tha Mgheat and,and pu.".. ... let forta In th th**u.P.. FLORIDA IN AND FOR POLK
beet bidder for n.h. at the S.uuihFrnos lltlon filed horolo.WITNESS COUNTY, IN CMANCIRY
Door of the Polk Countycuucthouea Case Na. 12717 Deaket M
In Bartow Florida be.tween my hand and tha soul .Page Na. SI
ALL BRANDS LIQUOR STORE : IIdC A M. and not i'M.: of aald Court on lbs Snd day of BAST: RIVER UAVlNUg BANK, )
oa> lbs SOIl day of March IM4.P. MomS A. D. JM4.D a Corporutios.
H. SlOAN JR. H. P.LOAK. JR. PlaIntiff5 I
Clerk Circuit Court Clerk of the droolS CourtBt -'._

'.1"" ____ __ ____.__ __ I.T T'h ___ ___ silo.Jr: tn': :;.."..klDMtlRlt.. ..
I'I I Defendant* .>

c:3: BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRE. Early Times 5th $409i JOIN THE 1 i I. NotIce ta NOTICI li a hereby final OP decree given SALE that of fore puruant .

SENTED IN THIS GIANT COLORFUL, IN. ,cloeur titled auia eatared. In Ire In the'Ir.abova cit Court en.

,1 White Horse "St: $519 DICKINSON CAMPAIGN of Polk County. 1"1 _.. .1 will

FORMATIVE EDITION THAT WILL TELL i Cuontt.ell th. deetrlhed altuata U*.:Poll

Wont 71 feet nf Lnt It el :Lan-

THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTYPICTURES Black & White TK";: $549 Many veten IN cur csnmiiilrf have ixprsiise' a tin.tare i I castor Alfred.IIhn.Florida... lIubdl., ae .ihown....... Lakei by

IN WORDS fain .. wrk *lg retly" In bshelf ef the DICKINSON Map. or Plat thereof recordedi
i In the Office of the Clerk of
6.YIJ' fee GOVERNOR CAMPAIGN.Te i I the Circuit Court In and for
and ADVERTISING Old Hickory ; 34'Old Pnlk ("oU"I,. Florida, ln> Plat

eid the erjaaliatUaal ... It wwld Book II. Page 14.
'rallt, ., I Including apeclflcally but hot

rtclgfsd If ell these Intirtsttd 'M cell write br way of limitation she '0(.
NOTE: To hove your firm representedin Hickory 107SOM: $399J er cor*- lawins lI.m of equlpm.nt!

olgn hetdqvertsn. I* eider that yeer. Mine mljht keaddid Hully sHOD Wall, H.atoc5 Model
this issue call '
1 to these participating/ In the tsmpelgn. at pubilo aale, to ll'* hlgheet and
W Dant' .t $419 buss bidder for eaah. at tea bulls
Bob, Powell at 686-1151 I trout. Door 01 she Polk County
: CourthouSe I. BartAlW. FlorIda, be.
boOn U:08 A.... .nd tIe P....
Jew Dant"3"? he lit II day 01 lot"'lt, A. 1.1.
: :
114 lilt Plus Stmt UkaliRd' Flerlde .

Telephene MU 2.1177'H. IXKAUD.: H. PLOAV, JR

I '-t. Aft.' I ?. W" C'1" C."J




\ Pilot Club To Have LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, March II, 1884 I

nual Bread Day. Tomorrow Legal Secretaries Elect TELLS SECRET OF

NTER HA VE -"Schol- and Be For This HOLDING SHAPEThe
lips Community Nu..ingram a minor elementary in psychology education plans and May Posing At Dinner Meet basic liner called Vcn-

and the Winter Ha. to teach In a I form is the reason that fn-
special educa
J Girls Club" are a few tion room; and Mrs. Marge Rekow was re- Florida Association of Legal moos routerier demons h ld
he projects of the third McKnight and Judy Wise- Artist Without Knowing It eteoied president of the Lakeland Secretaries to be held April their fully year after ycnr

lest club In the state of are in nurses training at Orange : Legal Secretaries Association 17.19 at the Colonial Inn, St. The lined garment
|ida T/ Pilot Internatlon- makes the difference between -
Memorial Hospital in at a dinner meeting at Petersburg Beach.
f- the Pilot Club of Win. Orlando a rag 1 or a lovely dressIn
I Haven. The has and will graduate In By LUCIA MYERSA Early In his career he did architectural Strollo's Restaurant. Others Delegates to the conventionare the second _lIOn.Gilberg's .

ered 18 years group of service a few months.It tall man with a Boston accent asked for drawing, but got Into mechanical engineering.The elected to serve with her Mrs. Rose Sclafani, Mrs.
was largely through the a book on silhouettes at the public library, the taste for drawing had to wait until IN Linsner and Mrs. Wilda Lee. The House of
Jie community since char- pioneer were: Mrs Ruth Sartin, Is alwavs
work of the local Pilot reelected 1,000 Fabrics,
Jd In 1948. other day. While waiting for It at a table, he found this new outlet. Alternates are Mrs. Sartin,
Club that the Pilot Scholarship glanced around at the faces of and vice president; Mrs. Mrs Evelyn Bales and Mrs looking for ways to help the
lie "Friendship and Serv men women, He has not commercialised on his skill
House home and they i
at FSU "newer arrv
I projects of the group aree last This was established reading newspapers and magazines He drewa with the scissors. Most of his appearances Grace Chestnut reelected recording Edith Walker. the full line of basic liners
year. supervised
| possible by the annual dormitory for small pair of surgical scissors and a bit of have been at churches and fairs. Recognition secretary; Mrs. Helen Mrs. Nettie Jones of the I in all weights and fmiahe

: Club Bread Day. Donai houses 22 students who girls are black paper from his pocket. In about one came to him In his home town of Dover, NIL, Lilley, corresponding secretary firm of Bentley, Miller, Sinder, ,See it now at jour )oval

i are received for minlaI on scholarships at the univer minute he had added another, profile to his where he won first prize In a hobby show For ; Mrs. Mary Price, treas. Carr, Chiles and Ellsworthwas I Gilberg's store at

I loaves and larger loaves sity. The Club is the largest collection.He even years he commuted from Dover to Boston urer; and Mrs. Frances Llns- ber. accepted as a new mem 106 E. Main St. _Ad,.

read. Mrs Mary Jo ElsI single contributor to Pilot was Percy H. Fay who was formerlywith until he retired. The Fays still have a --- .- -- -- _.
re-elected =
Is general chairman for House, contributing $600 annually. sin engineering firm in Boston. Now he farmhouse in Strafford, N.H.. but "we've come tier governor to -

|Bread Day to be held to- and his wife and daughter Alma have acquired to Lakeland to get away from winter winds," Florida Association of Legal I

w from 7 '.m. untilSChol..hlp Junior College a home on Independence Avenue. In his Irving he said. Secretaries.

Branching out still furtherIn room there he brought out a portion of his Gave DemonstrationMr. At the meeting, Mrs Llns- Fill Easter Full of

Grante their scholarship program, silhouette With the remark:. "I have enough Fay has demonstrated his art In recent ner reported on the board of

local girls are attend- the Winter Haven group last of them to paper this room.' weeks in Lakeland A program for senior citl- governors meeting held in OrI I
f ollege and nursing school month announced a memorial lando. Announcement was
Takes Advice tens of the community around Methodist Temple
fie present time due to a scholarship In the of *r SummerSunshine
1 amount About 30 years ago in Boston he got his prompted him to bring out his scissors and made that a chartered plane
Scholarship grant. At. $1,000 to the new Polk Coun- '
from Florida to the national
ling Florida State Unlver- start in this art A woman who had been a black paper.
ty Junior College that will be
1 In Tallahassee are available for Winter Haven refugee from the .Russian revolution was ex- For five years the Fays made winter trips contention and the In World'iFair Miami.

chen Colchlnskl. to be and Auburndale students who hibjtmg the silhouettes that she had produced.Mr. to Orlando, before adopting Lakeland as their Reservations will originate to be made

|>uated In August with aor can qualify. This will be a Fay had a talk with her. She gave him permanent home. In addition to the daughterhere with Mrs. Lmsner are 82 2174.

in psychology and rotating student loan fund ad- 'a few words of advice-all the same word: they have two sons, Dr. F. H. Fay with Mrs. Lilley and Mrs Evelyn- 1Summer

jmology and who hopes to ministered by the Polk County "Practice, practice, practice." the U.S. Public Health Service In Alaska, and Robinson were elected to the

|clinical counseling with Board of Public Instruction The more he practiced, the more absorbing Capt. Richard Fay with the Air Corps In New nominating committee at the

riles; Mila Arnold to be and will be available the pastime became Jersey. sixth annual convention of the I

uated in August with a when the new educational facility "I used to stand In the doorway of the 'k oft oft

1I>>r In English and a minor Is opened next September building where my office was, and cut silhou I

.ducation plans to teach at the temporary Bartow cites of the persons passing by," he recalled.It Welcomes NamesakeMrs. Xi Gamma Rho
J 1 school English; Martha location. It .Is the first scholarship
was a challenge to try to get a likeness In
H. L, Hollingsworth has returned from Set
gtosh to be Meeting
graduated in to be established for
flash. Ocala where she Welcomed her newest granddaughter I
mber with a major in Polk County's newest institution
tional child education of higher education.Neglected Airport Art and namesake. Carolyn' Martin Massey For Tonight

At Boston airport he could take a little was born on Feb. 20 to Mr. and Mrs.

longer look, as the passengers tarried with George B. Massey who formerly lived In XI Gamma Rho Exemplar

IfuJ. 9Jw.w OLL? their baggage. Most of his subjects did not Lakeland. Mrs. Massey was Mildred Hollings.. ,chapter of Ben Sigma Phi

know they were posing, and he did not know worth. sorority will meet tonight at
their Identity. The baby has two-thirds of Mrs. Hollmgs- 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I

[ Dandruff Can "But I've made silhouettes of some Import worth's maiden name. She had already given John Fasson, 10$ Lake Bonnie I

tant persons, I luppoejudglng by the amountof the first third, Helen to another granddaughter Drive. Mrs. William 1 I N.

Lead To Loss Of' Hair their baggage he chuckled. who lives near Chicago.Let's Keene will be the hostess. I
President, Mrs. A. C. Glasrr,

will preside. Final plans will
JOSEPHINE LOWMAN should take it seriously. If you be made for the bowling party
This Week
l receive many letters fromleaden have been careless about diet Go To Meeting scheduled Saturday. M r s. sunshine and every cool breeze goesIn

about dand- think about It now. Avoid Vernon Orren, chairman, will the open rays round the vamp of this little low

asking greasy or fried foods,oils, fat ,... Ad. KIWANIS CLUI, 11 IS ItMorrluni the
YooarLAKELANO .1. ibpwlnl' "AllMwh .m present nominating com pump. Love it In white upper leather or bone
meats such as bacon and .... ." ronirrvitlon film CllturliL
unattractive ART ClUI.. (till liftind td 'br Henrr Bruit' I p m it ClvloC .KIU>ND ART GUILD, oil Bilnt.Ini mittee report. Patentlife.
usually uncomfortable pork, cheese, shellfish, cream, porlrilt .i ., ill mat.Ini C. .r THriUr, under tuipIrM of elu.1. f 10 m. Mr,. wimfrtdttolhilmir The cultural ,
fro. T t* 10 P m laitruour lChirlm Ltktlind .......110. Dvpirtmi-nl tnd and Tom Wilson, I"." ..- program
1 because of the rich desserts, chocolate, and Hotdur, portrait liitrtirtlnnvllh task .....,"" HIPMANDSOOMMr bra, pilntlnl' and drama .1... for "Southern South America," I
Murray Oolatporouih r.o-a idtm. .
MIL.IIID O btllnrtini dvinrd tudrnu Sim.NIWCOMSRS
Itching scalp. whole milk, and cut down on .. ill It .dm/nini ntt.. bui\e- 0..T..1I0.. taken from the book
r. > ., :Buiswmf,wile CLUR 1pm 11I0"'- program Your Choice
*I k Airport
t ; Not.only that ,. highly seasoned foods and salt SUMO. WOMAN* CLUI S ** CktUttm!.h. bom. 1>1'1.*. an'I Club Pant prnldintl will mil bo "The Grand Tour," will be
t but 'It lubnouM Sat Morton UrIM HnotItlhl honored Brldii lad cinuti bepiad.
E ,: neglect1td.1t and carbohydrates. .... H. Mullen
on ennui Bortlop of .111' Pi1DAYLOYAL presented by Mrs. J. -
MOO*(. I .."". ..,.....
lead ORDIR
your dandruff Is not severe .TN'D"D" .D t. ORaleOP
.. .
WMITR SHRIMt Of JIRUI- It Moon Lodio bit trtki Santa .. r.d link dlnn.r' it C ;
l of hair. ,4P: or long-neglected perhapsyou Lie. .11 .. it Huonlt Ttmpli (Xllcori Drlv.. p m it olubhou.i on Ooll Vi.w followtd -. Following the meeting a
monUilr builnou mMUnl.Brim
| rhea, or .4b can overcome It with >UI .PP plMUdTHURSDAY food y nd tmlo torvlco. white elephant auction will be I

[ a c adequate shampooing. This Kathleen Jr. SATURDAYLIKILINB $27
of the Is an Important part of the ol *ni. Ckrirt ART OUILO.Ri.uranLLAKLANO pll .. and rumor' art ART 1D..i OUILB..1.,prlmirp..... held.Guests expected to attendare ,
oil glands treatment for dandruff. The Int sienna, at flu am. Mr.. Pair
wild Mill, .Carnrlli. PTA Wln''r4"d.m 1 : add Tom WINeV Mrs. Charles R Randall,
| scalp hair should be shampooed .from..._1..710-Sia it Tlnrw.n High '. mNruetor..MNruetor Adlta, sal''nlln. Mrs. James K. Swindell,
ham ] m Mlii Cornilli I
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j Seek Professional Help It p m. it sun Uxln lasc'sNTS
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J ihalrf Scratching is an extra
If, after following the shampooing ,
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, AUXILIARY TO TNIROTMERMOOO has announced a PTA meetingwill I I WINTER
Infection.: few weeks, the condition of OP RAILROADTRAINMtN
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() .If,you have dandruff, your your scalp has not materially t it : .
lJ lltlnoon\ Oolf Vlo>ieaewNbl.. Hrf"pRovVo'iNei" p.m. at'the school cafeteria."Know HAVENWINTER
Improved, then should
you '
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are tonics and ointments bO1M.aRAL and *or.nip. a, ol the
which HAVEN-Mr.
POLK L. D a i J The following teachers will dir er tlinw Din
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M opp.utf M .....! k* them require a prescription. b'AYYuaON. TODAY the national telecasting of
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attention to diet and correct tfJiAlItL band; and Webster B. Baker, t Rtbbl luppor' .CuUtr..101 bill U .. President of the company,

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...a .."In. 7 JO p PI.1 I Mnior hole and model
dermatologist Joseph Gillian and Mrs.. nhoirul. S30 pmPIHST Temple Maxine
Remember too that skin LAKELAND GENERAL Mary McLeod will have a special OHRIRTIAN. Christina Reeves, ,accompanied the
problems and Inflamed eye- HOSPITAL on "Test Inter. Won.. i. Kllowihlp' Praaram: will':; for pan,dm, du.n.r Baileys on the air flight.

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Lewis, Fort Meade, son, inn and ) Lin PirtlclplllBIT. arriving daily.
you neglect simple dandruff .
parents. ,
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you are worried because your Rutledge, Route 2, daughter, THURSDAYDIXIILANB Pope and Miss Sue Scar- perfectly. The tiny stacked heel is very fashion-wise.

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M mo "ill .. want to have
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I Ledger Sports Editor
Manager Charley Dressen will waste no time letting the Detroit Tiger fans see their new

Wickersham and Ed Rakow when the Tigers open their
pitching heros. He'll pitch both Dave
10 Wednesday, March II. 1964
H spring training exhibition slate here Saturday at Henley Field with the Minnesota Twins

Both hurlers, obtained from the Kansas City Athletics in the deal for Rocky Colavito, wIn

be on the mound for Detroit against Minnesota. Frank Lary may glee his arm its first test of

_. the spring that day but If he doesn't Phil Regan, ace of the '63 staff, will do the other 3-ln- i iJ
Pistons CrushRoyals' ,
Ding atint.Dressen. -i-
also Indicated the so- annual Tiger barbecue will be They play the New York Mets

held at Jimmy Musso's on the here on Thursday and the Cincinnati
called regular lineup open
Redlegs on. Friday of
Auburndale Road.
for Detroit Saturday and prob-
The Tigers will play the Min next week. I
ably better part of the
play a
nesota Twins at Orlando on Sun. Reserved seats for aU Tiger I
game. After Saturday's game
however, Dressen indicated he day returning Monday to meet'lakeland games are on sail at L
the St. Louis Cardinals here. the Henley Field boxoff Ice
hoped to use his other playershe :...-.
more frequently, as well ss hi:I
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first half gunning gave the Royals .
rookie pitchers. One "B" gems
IS loose as a loser a 59.56 intermission spread has already been scheduled wit!: Slants on SportsControl

when the string begins to run Bob Ferry's three-point play finished Philadelphia at Clearwater am I

out on a pennant race. The current the Royals after they others In the of beIng
National Basketball Association -closed to within four points in process The

windup Is no exception. the final period. arranged. Key

The lowly Detroit Pistons feel- The Tiger pilot would like
ing no pain at this stage of their to work some of his veteran

worst NBA season, ambushed TerriersDefeats hurlers In the "B" games Just To Stardom

Cincinnati 114-103 Tuesday night to give them the necessary

and wrecked the Royals' East- work while pitching the rookies _

ern Division title hopes. { 4 against the big league regular

The Pistons-turned gremlinsthus competition so that so can get By JACK SLAYTOX

assured Boston of at leasta a better line on their relative Ledger Sports Editor

share of its eighth straight talents.
For most baseball fans when
especially they
Eastern crown One more Boston -Lakeland Indications point to a Tiger InfIeld look at the records of various pitchers in the big

victory or Cincinnati defeat of Norm Cash, Ib; Jerry leagues the most confusing item of all ia the sudden
will put the Celtics over the top. it : Lumpe, 2b; Dick McAuliffe u; '
Two other also-rans Baltimoreand Don Wert 3b. In the outfield emergence of a pitcher to rnajor league stardom '

New York had similar lab- Dave Fyfe pitched and batted will be Al Kaline. Don Demeterand after numerous seasons of seemingly mediocre performances \,'

otage plans for the Western DIvision -the Hlllsborough Terriers to a Bill Bruton. Bruton will be some even at a minor league level. i i

leaders But San Fran lopsided 91 Croup 4 baseball in left field-a new post for him One immediately envisions the pitcher developI..
Cisco and St Louis running 1-2 victory I over the Lakeland CACHING FOR A BOUNDS*-Ohio Unlvoriiry fo...... Tom Dovii ((12)) vioi for mIssed i-with Demeter In center. ing a completely new pitch one no one has yet '

and a game apart in the West Dreadnaughts here last night at with omdoiittfioo'' Univorairy of Louisville"" ,1.,.. i In tint round fomo .. NCAA Midtoir Rogioml mastered as the big reason for the overnight suc.

refused to follow the script. Henley Field. ........11 foumy lot HIO> In I"....... III. Ocher Loulivillo ployon are forwordi Doitnii Clifford I Dresses feels that if Bruise cess of the new star True some pitchers do either

The Warriors stepped I (22)) ..." John Rcu" .. ((21)) Ohio U. plays left he can be rotated
away .. won, 71-6, I I.* ..rtlm., (AP Wlropholo add a pitch to their repertoire or perfect the onesthey've
It __ _
was Hlllsborough's fourth since the outfield
-- more easily
from the Bullets 129-\111 and the n
been using in the past. Usually, however, it
Hawks shrugged off the Knicks straight straight win and less Lakelaad'afourth Lake I'i' reserves are predominately is a matter of control. The ability of putting the
left fielders. The Tiger pilot
124-103 land I. now 8-2 In Croup 4 [II Newton Loyola Wins feels the wiry veteran needs pitch exactly where the pitcher wants it so the hit.

Scott Stars play and 0-2 In Wester Conference frequent breaks during the ter is hitting what the pitcher wants him to, not

Ray Scott and Jackie More- competition. They win him what the hitter wants.
112'game schedule: to keep
land shot the Pistons ahead to clash with Robinson's Knights (In Santa Fe at full-strength. "I played him Ed Rakow it's rocco has been threatening to blossom r.

stay early in the third quarter Friday at Cuscaden Park at too much last season. I want into major league stardom the past two seasons with Kansas

after Cincinnati's 60 per cent 7:30 p.m. In a Western Conference NCAA OpenerBy to give him more rests and I City and now with the Detroit Tigers. "Was there any Season Pt
contest. The game had Cage LineupSanta think he'll hit much better," for you becoming a major leaguer with Kansas City after bouncIng 02'ao

Hearn Fans 19 originally been slated for aft-'i Dressen said of the move. around the Los Angeles Dodger system?" '. '

ernoon. Lakeland's next home "No I don't think I've mastered "
a new pitch, he answered
As LW Wins, 5-2 game will be March 20. I' Fe's Crimson "k' Associated TED Press MEIER Sports Writer NCAA the first and round nationally In the plague The arm several troubles hurlers.continue Right to : "111 fact I think we all have somewhat Ihe same
set these
Fyfe fanned 12 and walked for the State Class C up pitches fast ball curve ball, slider and change You
marksin up.
The Chicago Loyola Ramblers, round pairings at four now the biggest question
LAKE 19 WALES-Butch batters here last nights only three in stopping Lakeland. basketball title worked out yesterday are over their first hurdle In a, sites Friday: camp are both lefthanders can't get by on only one pitch. I don't cars how fast you
The lone Lakeland run came In for the first time since and Don Mossl throw the batters would eventually learn to lime
the Lake Wales Highlanders the seventh on a double drive to win the national collegiate East at Raleigh Duke vs. Doug Gallagher your pitch
trimmed the Bartow Yellow ny Deal and Mickey by Ken. winning the Region III title fast, basketball championship for Villanova and Princeton vs. Con Gallagher has thrown briefly but and they'd get to you

Jackets, 5-2, In a Southwest ton's single The Terrier Penning- weekend. the second straight year. necticut. Mossi hasn't tested his arm for "So, of necessity, you must have several pitches to keep

Florida Conference high school hander aided his own cause right-witha Down by 13 points at 21-8 after Mideast at Minneapolis-Ken the past week since suffering an the batters guessing. I haven't come up with anything ,very J C'

baseball game.In 2-run homer in the seventh The Hawks scrimmaged 14 minutes of play the Ramblers tucky vs. Ohio University and elbow ailment. He reports his different than what I had with the Dodger farm clubs several
yesterday at the Lakeland roared from behind Tuesday arm feeling better this week. years ago I have however, learned fuk
other games involving Polk a line shot over the left field Michigan vs. Chicago Loyola. to control It better AndIn

County prep teams, Hardee fence. He also had a double Senior High School gym as night to defeat Murray State Midwest at Wichita Creighton One sore-arm hurler seemson the process I believe I've learned to read the hitters better.

High of Wauchula belted Au- with two down in the fifth. they prepped with Hilliard for their first 101-91 In the NCAA tournament vs. Wichita and Texas Western the way to a comeback. I would think the big difference in being a major league pitcher !
burndale, 102 King edged Win- game on Friday play at Evanston, Ill The Ohio and minor league hurler I
; An vs Kansas State. Tom Fletcher the former University was the fine line of control""What
error, a single and afternoon Another practice
a Bobcats
University whipped
ter Haven, 3-2; and Mulberry sacrifice fly by Mike Little session was to have been held Louisville 71-69 In overtime In Far West at Corvallis. Ore.- of Illinois bonus hurler I about sore arms? Have you been bothered by them?"
routed Hernando, 93.
gave Hlllsborough a run In the todav with a brief workout the other Mideast Regional UCLA vs Seattle and Utah State currently on the Syracuse !

first. They added two more Thursday before the team departs game at Northwestern's- vs. San Francisco roster, pitched well for the Works Out Sore Arm PShi

In the third on singles by Oscar for Gainesville. Gaw Hall. Friday's winners meet at the Tiger farmhands against the "I came down with a sore arm last year and I had it moet
WrestlingSAT. same sites In Saturday's ., Mets last Sunday reported his
Conzales and Janis and quarter
add- Utah State came from behindin of the season I have a sore arm now. put I don't for
Santa Fe', varsity got an finals. go this
pitcher Ronnie Baker's two- the last 85 secoads to defeat Saturday's survivors arm felt no UI effects,and that 51th
base throwing error on a bunt ed )11ft when forward. Dennis Arizona State 92,98 and Seattle then go to Kansas City for the felt fi,.. Yesterday he did Idea that you pitch a game and r

NITE 8 P.M.LAKELAND. by Little. Newton, sidelined for the regional beaten ,4wlce byf Oregon State semifinals and final March'20-21. some pitching against the Ti- come up with a lore arm, you I': Sr
tourney because of illness, The NCAA small In have a bad arm. How
I college tour get regulars batting practice. can you
A single, an error and a pass druglng the regular season, surprised -
ed ball led to another Terrier worked out with the cagers He the Beavers 6157 In the ney quarter-finals are on tap to- Th. Tigers use various 'possibly strain your arm for In
In the will be able to play this week in night at Evansville, Ind, where members of the Tiger farm more than a hundred pitches In
tally fourth. Hlllsborough Far West Reglonals at Eugene,
ARMORY ,added three more in the fifthon the State tourney and probablywill Hofstra meets Akron, Evansville system for batting practice, an afternoon, without It hurting H'm
start at his old forward Ore.These plays Cal Poly of Pomona defense and catching. bit? So
a I :
Fyfe's double; a walk, a drop- four games completed usually pitch the
.I ..,. GERMAN'SMANAGER ped fly by Robert Moore and spot.With I Southeast Missouri plays- State, Purn Goldy continues to catchin soreness out with a stint at 54as
the return of Newton College of Iowa and !
, Adelphi
; Bob Fernandez's single. Adolph : Rochelle batting practice and looms as batting practice a day or ao
,. Coach John Mack's Hawks will Plays [opposes North Carolina A&T
Frimmer opened the seventh the No. 3 receiver right now later and by the time my starting
GENTLEMANSAUL be at full strength for the tussle. Pan-American of Texas, the defending 51
with a single and Fyfe tallied with Bill Freehan No. I and rotation comes around my
with defending champion Mil In State Negro champion, heads the
him with a line homer to complete Mike Roarke right behind arm Is in pretty good shape. sow
liard. The Hawks will be playing second round play today in the
the Terrier 1C0rlng.'I I The players headed for Cleveland "My arm hurt for .while this
has been ED RAKOW
a team that a consistent Cage TourneyWEST NAIA at Kansas City.
MUST WRESTLE 'I Fyfe had a no-hitter going for contestant in the Florida And Thursday the NIT opensin Heights golf course yester- spring but now It feels good 'I

O'HARAIN four Innings until Joe Shelnut State Class C championships PALM BEACH Ro- New York with Miami of Florida -day afternoon and a round of[and I'm throwing loose and with almost no pain." 36in

DORAN, 'looped a hit to right with one and often a winner, includinglast chelle's Panthers their paired against St Joseph'sof practice. The annual Tiger golf Sore arms are the pitcher's bugaboo. Tommy Bridges,
SINGLE MATCH down In the fifth.HUUOOHOUOM open touney will be held there tomorrow former Detroit
Tiger hurling who has
year. quest for a Florida State Negro Philadelphia and NYU against great lived her for the

TI.. V. ...u..... era barred LAKILXNO MO ann _no a-u s-e I s t i Should the Hawks win Friday prep cage title here tonight Syracuse In a doubleheader at afternoon after a brief past five years pointed out: "If I pitched a hard game In the

Iron Ltkoloiie' Armory and mm ,. they will the title Madison Square Garden. drill tomorrow morning. There afternoon I usually couldn't comb hair that I
.d e."" '" <" play game when they clash with Carver my nIght ex-
must nmol. ourtiot city limrH. .". 10..... 0.... ( will be special divisions for active that
Thee will be IU""'4 r. .n- i .. my"., Saturday afternoon. High of Miami In a first-round players, managers and pected and by the second day I could usually throw batting )

..... thlil! Oor.n O'H.r. i.. game. Nicklaus LeadingIn coaches and radio and practice and starf t* work the stiffness out of the arm And
M4. ch.II.".* to the mii .s.. .' The Panthers of Lakelandwere press when my pitching turn came, the arm was ready. A few
.rid prwnottr Per O'Her* ht .. Kathleen Clips Hornets runners up in the district' Money WinningsDUNEDIN TV. The tourney Is sponsored hours later and I started the whole process over again. I
... .. by the Lakeland Chamber of m
ttipi to infarct the Is
its, .f trie Germans from Iht tourney last week at Palmetto w-Jack Nicklaus Commerce. don't see bow an average pitcher can expect anything clue
Armory lor this mofch.TAG when they lost to host Lincoln Arnold Palmer and Mason Rudolph That's a terrific strain on an arm at least a hundred to

In Season High of Palmetto In the finals ranked 1-23 In money Following the golf tourney the 12J pitches per game and to expect no aches or pains II

, TEAM MATCH Opener 6-5 63-62. Lincoln was defending winnings through the Pensacola to expect a miracle. I just pitched the pain away In batting
district champion. Open Invitational Golf Tourna. Tryouts Slated drills."
t .., IMAM James Foster: with 18 pointsled ment.
By JACK FLOWERS for- for the winners. Rhodes the Panthers while James The Professional Golfers As-| BARTOW Tryouts for the As for suddenly developing Into a star. Phil Regan pointed

SEBASTIANAnd I Assistant Sports Editor and teammate Ken Hedge- McCaster had It for the Lakeland soclatlon reported Tuesday that Bartow independent baseball out he was an example of a pitcher who added a key pitch. "I

". .I Brad Russum's one-out single cock had the only extra base fIve.Rochelle. Nicklaus has won $12.000 In team will be held Sunday at Just didn't have a good curve. Frank Lacy worked with me

9 BRUISERVERDU I in the bottom of the eight Inning blow. during the contest both I Is sporting one of Its three tournaments and Palmer :2 p.m. at Bartow Memorial and taught me a curve and I developed it last summer And or

plated Dink Rhodes and gave doubles top teams in the past five $11,850 in six. Rudolph's win- Field. All baseball players arerligible don't forget I got a regular spot in the starting lineup. That Ian

the Kathleen Senior High Red Senior righthander Doug Eng years. nings total 1143125. to tryout for the team.,helped In getting me 15 wins. I'm working on a screwball this 510icr

MATCHED AGAINST Devils a 6.5 Southwest Florida lish started for the Red Devils spring but I have no Idea when I'll be able to wrfact- it and

Conference baseball victory yesterday but was lifted during a four- use it In a game. The curve and the chance to start regularly I McNh

RAY afternoon over the Hames run Haines City rally In the third Belinsky As Wild On MoundAs were the big reasons for my 15 wins last summer."

ANDREWS City High Hornets at the Kathleen Hank Aguirre a
lil\1 inning for righthander Gary southpaw who bounced around with sin
diamond. Sawyer Sawyer finished the Cleveland and Detroit before finally '
developing, pointed outi an)
It the of the
BllLYANpARKS season was for opening both It also game and picked tip the win.I His Post-Game Escapades I "Confidence control and the switch from relief to starter the

was the debut for two head English was touched for seven That's the difference between now and '5' (the year be was ten
of the 12 Hornet hits. He fanned released outright to the minors)." -'F
coaches Kathleen's Charlie
JOHN Lyle and Haines City's Ed five, walked none. I By TED MEIER yielded was a 450-foot' homerby register his second victory of Pitching coach Frank (Stubby) Overmire. a former major it'shis
HEATH Sawyer struckout seven and Associated Press Writer with In'the spring for the unbeaten Gl
"" .. Szymczjk.Russum's. Sports Wally Post two on league star himself pointed out: "It's usually matter of control
i.... -vs- I single off the glove issued one free pass during his Bo Belinsky Is as wild as a the first inning. The hefty wallop -ants. and confidence Sometimes a youngster will need a pitch For I lie
five and one-third relief
Jnnlng March hare. started Cleveland
'v of the Hornet on the he must have key pitches to
T.N.T. shortstop was get by in the majors-a fast ball "to
his third of the day In five At least he was Tuesday In way to a 9-7 victory. curve, change up and either slider
or screwball After that
L.- NAPOLITANWrestling times bat.Raaasm'e. Sophomore righthander Gulnn his first start for the Los An- Blanks Tribe Bouton Spurns he MaAi
at with
may up something of his
",sk.ts ... W.15fls Dr.5 at... I making his first high school geles Angels on the spring exhibition Belinsky blanked the Indiansin own but usually It's a case

a.".....,.ass...... 110 0._... Ad...,. Ut paced all hitters.three Larry safeties Steed- varsity start went the route for baseball schedule. the second inning by strikingout Yankee Pact of inches mastering the tools of his trade To the fan those couple of beth'
Haines City allowing 10 hits, : may not seem Important. To a pitcher it be the
II The southpaw who became a the side after two walks Bo can '
Icy Terry Donley Pete Nel-
I smith Markusen and whiffing eight and walking four. celebrity with a no-hitter In was slated to work three Innings I MIAMI (AP) Bulldog difference between being belted out of the box and blanking the net
:, Jack Gulnn all had two hits i The five runs off the Kathleen 1962. then slumped and was but Manager Bill Rigney Jim Bouton la still trying to put hitters. Pin-point control is usually the item that changes a \

I each for the Hornets Bennte hurlers all were unearned. sent down to Hawaii in the Pacific removed him after the second the bite on the New York Yan pitcher overnight from mediocrity to stardom." Rn

Boutwell and Rhodes went 2- The Red Devils committed Coast League last season, "because he threw too many kees' treasury. Sometimes It can be a change In rule or the ball. In 1SU .

!.. .-. four bobbles compared to none gave up only- two hits and,pitches." The 25-vear-oki- nifrhor-' fires OO- the National Leacue had 2S bitten_ n_._ ._..00.._. ....,.".. ,non, v..... .1.....
for the visItors fanned four Ins two-inning stint Leon Wagner traded to I major Yankee holdout In s following year Chick Haley won the title at J4I. The seams on

Kathleen jumped off to a against Cleveland at Tucson. Cleveland by the the Angels quarter of a century flew Intc, the ball were raised and pitchers blossomed 90
I oversIghtespecially
three-run lead In the bottom of In between he Issued three was one of Belmsky's strikeout: Miami Tuesday night en routeto guys like Carl Hubbell. Ed Brandt Bill Hallahan Main

the first on singles by Russum. bases on balls, made a wild victims In his first appearance the Yankees' spring training Larry French The curve ball and
pitchers could
Paul Wllliford, two walks anda pitch and nearly beaned pitcher against his former teammates. camp at nearby Fort Lauder- better and the hitters found that ball grab the ball
CHEVROLET hit batten Dick Donovan of the Indians. In fact he didn't hit the ball dale after making it clear that I Last the doing the old dlpsy do. icy

Two singles, an error a stolen And one of the two hits he[out of the Infield In three at he had not agreed to the club's said year new strike tone helped some pitchers. Rakow NoCii

base and a wild pitch brought bats. In addition, he dropped a J18.SOO contract offer and still it didn't help him: "They just don't call that low pitch

DEMO. SALE the Hornets their first run In Basketball Scores fly ball In foul territory and considers It unsatisfactory. And that's what I need. I like to keep my pitch low." woWa

the top of the second. Haines drew salute. from the Angel But he added "I may be So next time Joe Doak suddenly blossoms Into stardom Don't

SAVE UP TO CilY pushed across four runs COLLIOI. .._ bench. forced to sign under the conditions -be too amazed It's probably because some pitching coach Phti1
In the of the third with five Sir Till A M fm worked with him
top and because
"wssyLeiuiosaLaus. Giants Win now prevailing." Those lie mastered the key to successful
hits, two errors, a sacrifice fly las pitching-control.
SOD tint Hound The San Francisco Giants[conditions are what General nato

a wild pitch and a hit batter.liedgecock's SMttl.H. Slate). 01Ohio U. O.Am..."."..,.s.... N.11.M'Dun beat Boston S-l at Phoenix for Manager Ralph Houk says is Short Sport Notes
double In the .OIlNALa their fourth straight victory In the final Yankee offer and
.. ._ a
last half of the fifth squaredthe ''c.....u.. Uml Tl cs-ii.* 101, 10....*")Ky. ....teI the only other exhibition scheduled threat by Houk to lower the I Ron (Lucky) Luciano former Syracuse All-American lineman
PENDARVISCHEVROLET count at Sill and sent the "' and later
I Tuesday. a lineman with the
MAIA FLAVORS $18,500 figure $100 a day If Bou Detroit Lions of the National Foot-
scheduled: seven-Inning contest sits,., O..f.rrt II, rMI*win4.ndl. C.h'.. Into sight. Two Red Devils .. ............ w..... .... 5Am.P.n,54..r Hart starred for the Giants. Danny McDevitt former League and 'tO)
., Wednesday. pitcher with the Los
CO. were on base when he lineda -,.... 04.M.: I LoC_ WI... ?, Alou tripled In the first and "Since the deadline la Wednesday -will be umpires this Angeles Dodgers q
summer in
,. .
the Florida
IrnxK IUU 01 QWMII U'sns. State
shot Into the left field League
310 Ne. Florida Ave.Lakiland corner .. came home on Hart's sacrifice night" Bouton said before Luciano hobbled by Injuries had wIt
o. .. to forego football
for his two-base blow. SUM ta CtoVvlll! pro and taught'en.., .. ... .. ., fly. In the seventh Alou beat out,leaving his Ridgewood, N.J., school last summer. "I just thought I'd like
This set the stage for' M e M Miell TOSI to try something
t single In .:eimd,1: Minn tun ... J TM, c',,, an Infield single and Hart dos- home, "I want to be down there else," he explained. McDevitt had his hurling n
game-winning bled him home to start a three- if I do decide to sign. And If I career snapped b)
the eighth .-. SwIlMril. M, e.!.... W....". Injuries. The pair currently are calling
.* n run uprising. 'do. It will only be because of Tiger squad games and
014 000 se-i 1} 0 NA"'ONAL ASSOCIATION! games at Tlgertown. They'll
umpire out 10 'lit"HHJ .... Bob Shaw of Tlgertown until
100 OM 01-0 4 I' Lou. Varft yielded only one the $100-a-day cut which I can'tafford. the
., .. .. ...
I O n" 14 rmttt SnOliM Oalrail Cincinnati .... .
p. 'III ,,"d ,__, San "..".._ 1M. ..11,_ 111. hit in the first three innings to ." I i (Continued from Page II, Cola ,.)

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r LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday March II, 1K4 II
w SPORTS OF THE TIMES Robinson Captures --

r East Lakeland Loop Registration .

The GamblingBank
Triangular MeetRobinson's
Special registration for base'cafetorium.

ball candidates for the East: The baseball program is for

Lakeland Dixie Boys Leaguewill boys In the S-12 age categoryand
Director used I win in the and
Knight relay
880-yard an
be held tomorrow from 7 living In the Combee and
strength in the relays and the, Individual victory by Gary Ut-
until .
S:30 p m. at Combee School Crystal Lake area.
,-- hurdles to chalk up 75'/ points I tie in the broad Jump.
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here last night and win the triangular -
George Davis of Winter Haven
By ARTHUR DALEY rest Nick the next day. Then track meet at Lakeland i Ronnie
won the 100-yard run;
((1(,)) Nets Vatk Glbn,. Short all
came to me, excited Senior High School track. Booth took the 220, Bill Barton
SARASOTA Two of the .
Host Lakeland second
the shot put and Billy Tyndalthe
more substantial rewards of 'Is Nick playing today?' with U points to NH for discus for the Blue Devils
middle age have recently he said. I Winter Haven. It was the _
been bestowed on Alfonso 'No,' I said. first night track meet at he The results: -e Over 200 Cars To

Ramon Lopez (the Happy Hidalgo 'Do you realize Don Mos- track adjacent to the Lakeland rt lush hur4lM. I. PKMH 7- Choose From"
S ir: :: <*>. S M+MMiti U,
) who manages the Chi >
al Senior School
Is pitching for them? he High plant. '
cago White Sox. He has Just said/ 'Remember the time a Lakeland will compete hi the .SM'r.r4 '..h. I. Bivlf !W)..1 Ml.| 63
become a grandfather. He MM . S. tln'ir UK T- IM
couple of years ago when we St. Pet. Relays en Friday Mile run I. erlwfoi (*>. S. PrUll >
has Just been named the director watched Baltimore and De- afternoon.The .M(..r>...... .Alton.,.... (I U..L..I.04 T..42.,1M...., MERCURY COMETS
of a bank. Lht50.5.4.*, Un.r), a. rUkn...
date? Nick Dreadnaughts a
TAGGED troit on an
CATCH J_ Left open i..
Aubumdal koldi u, the "The grandfather buslnesldidn't T r.1+ ... (R) a.l. A.T. Radio Heater
ft.!*.* black l bus cut me
LInd,', Fishing Cemp. This Is Ion's slash tat4 fish the merry worry senor any"I knew I runs" off That's Mossl right I ever I saw.said.' Police Arrest !.IM 50.5.4.ll r.N tow.hard a. .:.':.i.-; ills, t ), $ 1595

could let my Instincts guide : .-< run I. KiMckl (HI. Srl
FISHING-HUNTING Thanks, Ed, for reminding ?.::-(Wl. S. .,kM* (Wl. T-1 011: (10 to Stock)
me. Bat the Job of being the me.' 501,5 _I.. .*!.*. S. a.ktnM.

director of a bank was something "So I put Nick back in the ListonDENVER 4rN.rndi S. tin.I 'i.
else again. The only Sonny der ii.). .:Ti4 PENDARVIS
Filled line-up. He didn't hit even mix Wlnlor"VhTi ,
Allogash figures I ever had to deal
short homers off Mossl. H.didn't (AP) Former ut I 'irlwi (W). S aionnU ,
I with were the ones I In batting ( S / rln.ll, (W). O 4r 4UiDIMM. CHEVROLET CO,
hit All he
anything. champion (Wl S. rirlnoll
[heavyweight boxing I T'nd l
averages or percentage ta did was fan. So I grabbed (wa.. O.mklo Sonny Liston was arrested b) Wk S. 111I.
bles. The thought of having NlokJumk. t. loom (
With Beauty responsibility for huge sums Short" that night. police Tuesday night on chargesof ""ilroMl Iv"' ,.. 1. Litt!. (LI. S. MaMnikR Lakeland
The next time you get a speeding, reckless and careless ( >. S. Mnkrlnk (LI. 0-H' I". 4t
of almost frightening .. _
money was Polo I T>nn (HI S HumW
bright Idea old buddy I driving and carrying a con ( ). > veal (HI, MOJIW (Wl tiki H"potntM -

"I pondered about It for a said to him, 'I'll be gratefulif cealed weapon I : IIMIIWO*. TSVtl ......."" .
By FRED W. JONES long while and then I came you keep It to yourself.' Liston was released after he III WlnMr....!!..!!!!,..Beth..

Fishing-Hunting Editor up with a brilliant idea. Those close friends and ac- was taken to Jail where he posted
complices Short and Lopez,
Before w. forget it we want to remind everyone that'the There was one obvious solution. made a daring deal with the Patrolman$300 cash bond.Jake Scherrer of 117 N. KENTUCKY AYE OPEN 9-5:30 fRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
I would seek the advice
Region Audubon Society has one of Its excellent
pro- Orioles last year. They gave
the Denver Traffic Bureau
rams coming up tomorrow night at the Civic Center. of the greatest of all up Luis Aparlolo and Al I
Liston was arrested by another
This is a color film-lecture titled Allagash Adventure by bank Casey directors Stengel., He my is old such pal a, Smith for Ron Hansen, the patrolman, James Snider, who Ia&ti LIQUIDATION SALE

henry Briggs who is a Floridian and resident of Maine. And, fiscal genius that the bank unproven Nicholson and Pete said Liston was driving 30 miles

Il 'if ntral course Maine.the Allagash lake and stream region ls In'north he directs in Glendale had Ward were,blasted an untried for rookie.the trade They over the speed limit in a 35 mile e" S WE'RE CLEARING OUT OUR OLD STORE SO
hour .
an tone.Scherrer
I! Having hunted deer in that region on a couple of occa- to open to take new care branches of the rush In order of but it developed into a huge said Snider reportedhe OUR NEW STORE WILL OFFER ALL NEW

ions, many years ago, we can vouch for the beauty of the business. I dropped over to success. Now they have let found a seven.shot .23 caliber MERCHANDISE.
'' and its go of an old standby, Nellie pistol on Liston during a searchof
gion abundance of wildlife. The film should Interest St. Pete recently to see him.
Fox, and gambled that Don
eer hunters because of the timber practices which aid 'Case,' I said, 'how does Buford his person.
the batting championand
The reckless and careless
lldlife. a direct a bank?
Most Valuable Player of ONE GROUP
'There ain't nuthln' to It,' driving charge stemmed from OF

The public meeting in Dade City last Monday night toet !I he .said. 'You go Into the the replace International him at second.League, can the speeding of and accident was,not Scherrer the result
sportsmen air their thoughts on proposed rules was the fancy meetin' room and you "We gave Buford special said.

best attended meeting of this kind we've ever seen Just sit there and never open schooling this winter in Puerto

,According to Art Runnels of the Came Commission, 130 your yap. As long as YOI1don't Rico," said Lopez "on the HAND POWER TOOLS
I say nuthln they don'tknow mechanics of making the double Army Orders
75MIR IAV TIBIIl--ThufWw, M.rah IJ. 1M4I HlfH I I whether you're smart play. His instructor
o m,, 30? p.m.I Mw tltff* Pal u.mM e.a.t ":n Mi l4:I.I-: = or dumb. When the questionof was Exam For Clay
.. ..
'If e"'j m M n h I:1' 104 SiOl i.M. Tony Cucclnello and Cooch Is
a loan un If lt'.
comes a
I Ii master at the art. Becausehe WASHINGTON w-The Army
y persons filled out the questionnaire-registration cards. Of these, friend of yours you -vo"ti to was slow of foot Cooch [ordered today another pre-ln-

tj indicated they hunted with guns, six said they were archers, give it to him and If he ain'ta could make It In any of three ductlon test of heavyweight box-
friend don't'"With
'and, 19 said they did some hunting of each kind. you ways Fast men like Frank Ing champion Cassius Clay.
such sound advice I
The meeting, as always was boring at times. But at other have Frisch and Joe Gordon only The Army said a reexamination 25OFFLIMITED
a feeling I will be a
[times the discussion got rather hot and was quite interesting. had to learn one way but Is necessary "because re-
complete success as a bank
Coach learned all. Buford sults of initial tests inconclusive
Several of the sportsmen at times particularly bobcat and director." were

jfox hunters Indicated displeasure with actions of the Game The gay caballero has so has beautifully.picked He's up a the fine knack fielder ." iaiHA

ommisslon and, In turn. Commission chairman Ed MadiU much native shrewdness that
he's fast and he's a switch
/talked straight from the shoulder. the banking business won't hitter. We'U do all right. VA

f In he even gave UI a pretty good kick In the teeth fluster him a bit, Casey's "I hate to spoil Yogi's debut MORTGACI LOANS QUANTITIES-HURRY IN

.concerning the recent column we wrote proposing a change coaching to the contrary. He as Yankee but Flat? MORT6AGI CORP. I

tin the laws so coon and cat hunters could enjoy their sport has virtually rebuilt the he had better keep manager an eye on SIRVtei 0*is FLORIDA our uimsss* AND SAVE ON THESE BARGAINS

(legally. White Sox until Jim Landisis us. The White Sox will be pas:eM' :Jir A"I.. I
the lone holdover from the tough"
1959 pennant winners and Al .. - .
It's Legal-Under Certain ConditionsEd C'
still has kept his team in contention -

agreed-he's a long-time hound man himself-that no finishing second to

person could successfully hunt deer at night with a light and the Yankees last year

gun if he was accompanied by loose running dogs, as we One of his more :Impressiverescue ,

had proposed.But Jobs was his nudging ;

he said the illegal light and gun deer hunters would dom along of the Dave road Nicholson to future star the I LIQUIDATION SALE

always "be on their way to hunt but never quite there yet"- muscular power hitter to bNToOMEBY

I thus allowing them to be In the woods with, their lights whom the Baltimore Orioles

and guns. once handed a $110,000 bonus

Of course, we still do not agree wlUt.Wo,But to told us and then gave up on The WE'&f ttEAhlNG PUT PUR OLD JTORf $0
flatly there would be no change in the law so that is that senor coaxed him along and L

He did say, however, they now have a policy of issuing permits big Nick slammed 22 homers, OUR HW STORE; MVL orm M& NEW MERCHANDISE
for such hunting under certain conditions which is many game winners, although

some help at least! he did set a major

How the people present voted on some questions came lergue record of 17] strike -

as a sort of surprise to us. For example on whether to outs. '

allow earlier seasons south of Highway 60, 16 voted to allow "I expect Nick to hit 35 II' 2 FLASHLIGHTSWITH SPORTING GOODS
homers and cut down his AUTO ACCESSORIES
such early seasons two weeks early, 12 for a season three "
strikeouts, said his confident
weeks early, and 10 for season four weeks earlyl!
skipper. "But he'll haveto
As for closing the season later in northwest Florida, one learn to wait longer for Oaly, lee. 4.29 $ 29 l'g.2.9' R.t S90 00 ll" rlf

voted for one week later 17 voted for two weeks later, and the pitch. He commits him RUBBER AUTO MATS I 1 lIIagnetlc 40 HP OUTBOARDS $39700

36 voted for three weeks later self too soon. All the great $197

However, as we did expect, 48 voted for an earlier closing hitters wait until the' final I 1I'lul.I 79.AUTO. I utility

south of 60 and only IS opposed. split-second. I DECALS 9 BOAT $347

Only seven voted for an any-deer hunt on the last day of "Because I was a catcher . . . CUSHIONS . . .

the season while the entire rest of the crowd voted a resounding myself I could watch them CLOTHESPINS
"NO!" operate. I've reached for the 1I.ul.I 4.95 Re s, Mil

Fifty or more voted for no seasonal bag limit on deer. ball with my glove and I've AUTO MATSCELOS . . $169 ALUMINUM COTS $997
And on the question of turning the Citrus Wildlife Management seen led Williams virtually Reg. lOc Dos.

Area over to the archers exclusively for a period of three hit the ball out of my glove. KM, Mil
He had such quick wrists hernnM $988
15 voted while more than 70 voted no. I 9 SLEEPING BAGS
years only yes
wait that Ions CtoitMuslal SPONGE . . .
. . . .
was exactly the same. 4

They stayed with the ball so V.I.M T* !." Only' I. R.f. 419 ,

Sports SlantContinued long that they've told me Waxes and Cleaners 74 0 Dog.o 25 HP OUTBOARD $34700HQU.SEWARES

they actually have seen the . .
bat make contact with the SprIng Type

( on Page II, Cols. 1-2) ball. If Nick can learn to
wait like that he'll be one DRAPERIES DECORATORPILLOWS
opening of the FSL season next month. George Soenak of Lake of the great sluggers and hit .
land-long an umpire at Tigertown-has been added to the ters. Every time he swingsit's
staff. Holdovers Include Buster Sanchez of Tampa; Bruce Tennyson a potential home run." tosle4y 1.00 Yrf *9tANTIQUE Rof I.99 20 U So.DETERGENT. $097

of Pittsburgh and Bob Dennany of Terre Haute Ind. George Along came Ed Short the SATIN Rig. 2.99

McDonald of Lakeland, president of the FSL announced Paul general manager of the Chi- Y1. $147Llmltell |

Nicolas and Frank Davitt have been added to the FSL umpiringstaff sox and the senor began to ViluM H 49.95
50 61 Color.. R.,. 5 69FIBERGLAS
to round it out Rodney Mandelstam of South Africa' snicker. I $3 27 Qwantitlsi DINNERWARE 25%

and University of Miami's No. 1 player, has taken umbrage to "That reminds me of something DRAPES Off
he said. "I used I
the addition of Fern Lee (Peachy) Kellmeyer to the Hurricane to
give Nick an occasional TOOLSAS..rtd6 1
tennis; team. Growled Mandelstam, who has threatened to quit: rest White Antlou I *
after he had had a bad day WASTELmt 67
"For years tennis has been striving to overcome the notion or two of strikeouts. Jim SATIN BASKETS

it's a sissy game. This will set it all the way back. I would rather Bunning fanned him two or

lose than win with a gir!." Ironically Peachy told a Miami three times and I decided to I II 6C

Herald reporter one of her thrills on making the team was HARDWARE

"to be able to play tennis with players of the caliber if I ROLLINS WINS I GARDEN, SUPPLIES

Mandelstam. Now Jim Brmnan has the support of the WINTER PARK (AP) Rol I

American Civil liberties Union they always seem to lins College's tennis team defeated -
50 rW. R> 4.44GARDEN
be defending the kooks. They will defend Brosnin against Pennsylvania Tuesday $297i CERAMICNOVELTY TOOL BOX $167

the Chicago White Sox's edict that Brosnan can't write S'/i in to 2H for Its second victory I HOSELAWN . I

articles and pitch for the Chisox at the same time. However two days. POTS
FLOWER Rtful/. fy T 91 Rsr.lMAILBOX
will not be heeded by the Pile Hose. They've already giver ., 4.4s '
i $297 Veluss 1.49 Wide Ass'?. $547
advertisement in the March w/POST
Brosnan his release. Brosnan ran an BOWLING SPRINKLERS . .
Sporting News in which he said: "Respectfully request per,

mission to pursue harmless avocation of professional writer." NITS t** tuavfCarMntor Ros l.rl. 6.96GRASS $<997 R.S. 1.49 Send mtPOLISHING

Cassius Clay was named "boxer of the month" by the World k I I. MM* WM M Lott 27 SHEARS 25 KIT 87
Tr.n"nu.i. . ,
Boxing Association for his victory over Sonny Listen Look, I.a. L Loo..n..fc.4an4 Nil.d.l ar 14 % .
.. _
All-American basketball teamin I mm Hf.
announced its ten-man .
Magazine in tow _i.., Ciroontero; MMIW, R.fuloriy 19.HOSE Reeal.rly 15.MAGNETIC.
the March 24 Issue. The team: Gary Bradds OSU; Bill Bradley .IU.. HoII. begs Mm OrvmMro N_ | 27' 9'

Princeton; Mel Counts Oregon State; Billy Cunningham ":t,.h 104..MiMl MriM Sraw /wf1M NOZZLE . CATCH

North Carolina; Walt Hazzard UCLA: Bud Koper Oklahoma IU H.... I...'.'..... KIM, Srnl Juttwo,I See Our I
City Jeff Mullins. Duke; Cazzie Russell.Michigan; Dave Stall .,. -

worth, Wichita; Cotton Nash Kentucky. Rick Barry of Miamiwas I ("',iK JintiOT SOWit, :ear ...,...KMWI, all 'BUILDING ;SUPPLIES, Bargain Counters BUILDING' :SUPPLIES 'I
L. R s Mrry Cw> KM 'I
named to the NCAA District 3A team Gene Mauch, (*.,30ale M.rrI '.n !'t.aid My*. Savings To ,
.. : .
r 1-7| 00 rfmi> 4 T II toy
said he traded Don Demeter to tIle ....., .
Philadelphia Phils manager, S-Ia. ewe P. I t-11 II W OWMooo
Tigers to obtain right-handed hitting power behind the plat_ .. .. TN Lt-timiftin : I Rot. 40. S'. Fr.PLASTIC. R.fyl.ily" I9. ... ,
Richie Allen has been convertedto S> Jutt..rwI.: I 20 s 37
namely Gus Triandos. Rookie TOT TILE :: 2'x4' HOOKBOARD
switch this .1 Won LM | a.h
Mauch's biggest spring
a third baseman for Li .
writer Will Grimsley there are 45,000 t T.rdr 'aMri IMM :: I 7Sro
Valerv Brunei told AP .. _,
who could make the Olympic team. .. ald...,... .. ... .. 1 511.. 50 NNvh Gel.WATERibHEATERS
Athletes In the Soviet Union WnNwf. / in., T.rvla. til.I $4700 GARBAGE DISPOSAL $4700OLD
They hold medals as Masters of Sport the highest honor our 0M'.Mrs klfh, MTM HTM L.nw, Curl Sam.HMIMOKo .I
to a sportsman. Every one of them is good .. .
raintry can give ... kwh ..m> VK SyHornnn, |
enough to qualifY." Brumel said he doubted if he would top his LW_'. (,... _.... Vas lori,

world mark of 7* S%". "Pressure is tremendous the Olympics\ -W.5 e... ._. V..n fast, IMaoo STORE-117 N. KENTUCKY AVE. HOURS 9 to 5:30 DAILY. 9 to 9 FRIDAY
H Is one thing to Jump in a routine meet It is quite anothern OAMU I
ill Trbr MX v uimnnio SIS
the Olympics. The strain is so great no man can give his ....d.b1Leesvwns., ..., I It
''eat" Dick (Stone Fingers) Stuart wants to be a TV or MI.Mj Win, I.7. .-7| U.. H.Th.._.,._. NEW STORE 1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVD. OPENING SOON !
his bat-some say he'Uready ire .Irili. f ritor10l IrHr.
radio after he hangs up .
; commentator .-.... .71-..-. "..MuM.,.. T r_I..71... M 4-1 Mi4.Mi I
hung up his glove. ... V.b, ..,-,.. ..,.. a'1w ...

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_LAKELAND_LEDGER Wednesday, March! II, MC13_

ood Control Work { I

ntract To Be Let

RTOW Construction of Not included In the bid price I

[1 flood control project In was the costs of constructionof

County is rearing com- two bridges across the Lot STOCK MARKET FLASHESNEW
on, and a contract for a
mile channel. Specificationsfor s
nd I project was scheduled a
) awarded today In Brooks- a county bridge will be ri YORK -Stock' (narkct[2,600 shares, Sears Roebuck'45% on 1,700 and Republic Steel

furnished by the county, and y 'FzY prices were mixed at the, open up % at 106% on 1,200; International was up % at 43% on 1,300.
Wilson Construction Co. the Peace River Board will i { ing today, Telephone up tat 35 on On a block of 8000 shares,
artow submitted the ap- finance the construction Trading was moderately active 3.000 shares and Pan American Ford remained unchanged' at 37U .
fent low bid for the reloca- The State Road Departmentwill World Airways up % at 57% on S. Steel dipped % to 35%
of a channel between let the contract for the Most price changes of key 1,600 shares on 2,500 shares
e i Henry and Hamilton. second bridge but the board issues were narrow. General Dynamics dropped % Yesterday the Associated
I firm bid was 84848. will finance Its construction Opening blocks Included'New: to 29'% on 1,300 shares Press average of 60 stocks advanced

bids were opened yesterday, According to Cross, the new York Central up % at 35% on Goodyear was unchanged at] .2 to 299.8.

William Cross, resident channel, equipped with one \ rk, L,
|Ineer for the Peace River water control structure will BLUE CHIPS
Biain Board, predicted the replace "the existing( Inade-
t S uthwest Florida Water Man- quate channel and will con

[agement District, would award tinue the control of the proposed
tiara contract during its monthly Lowery.Mattie-Van Reservoir ,

) meeting scheduled: for today ." OHNo S REFUSE
I Cross also noted the canal Tl CRY.
will provide "local drainage
and water supply and small
boat navigation" between the

|,Grand JuryIn two lakes.

180 Days Given

2nd Day Wilson's bid calls for construction

of the canal to be
i Of ProbesBARTOW completed within 180 days .rr

after the contract is signed.

The spring Meanwhile construction is *
almost complete 0 nth e
rand Jury today moved Into P-3 an Improvement I
Its second day of Investigation of project the channel between RIVER IDAHO'S ..J 'ROJECT-Thl. h, the wit,, centre irractttre Hearing completion en The Daily Investorwarrants
with Floyd Bowmen of Lakes Arietta and the feec. RKrer '.. "* ,.J Project, s channel cennctint Lke Arietta end Whistler. The .12-
.akeland as its foreman. Whistler mile channel end central ttnichire comprise the third Hood central .nd weter conttrvoHon. reject

Other officers elected durig Cross said the project will completed' under the dinette .f the ward .* pert .f a tons-range protect, which will .,."tu.n, By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. much lower figure you had that

yesterday's opening scion be complete as soon as work ellow the P.... River laud re central the. wter .levels In the entire Pooc Rinse Valley. (Ledger You are mean to mislead "mean" thought about.

were Carl Adair of Lake- men Install gates In the water Photo by Stuart) all the people who own a shareor The market values of rightsgo
land, vice foreman and Mr*. control structure on the .12-, AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE two of American Telephone up and down pretty much In
Patty' Eger Lakeland, clerk. mile channel designed to provide stock In the line with the market value of
State Attorney Gen Derry a better high state con Move EyedTo Race Will Seek New Am Elec .................. 1% Telegraph cur- the stock Involved.
who described the Jury at "a trol of the Lake Arietta and to Barnes Eng ............... 23% rent "rights offering, only one
la Issued for each With 20 and
hard working group" said he provide small boat navigation Ease Term On School BoardAustin Dorsey Corp ......,.,..... 6% right being rights $100. you
does not know if the jury will between Lake and Arletta and City Falcon Sea Dr ....... ..... 12% 20 shares owned-not one right can buy one share of AT&T

finish Its Investigations today the Auburndale Chain of Guard Chem .............. 10'/ for each share. stock Multiply the current
of Lakes. Hall Parking T. Race Jr., manu Gulf Am ....... ........... 5% The (lucky) lady who owns market price of the rights ($2*
The biggest part with yester.Jurors The P-3 project will be the facturer and citrus grower Gulf Sulphur ......... ..... 6% 200 shares of AT&T, whose let- 061'%) by 20 and you have $41.25.
lay was spent
buildings. Including third major flood control and City Manager Robert V. announced today that he will Kratter .......--.--.-.-... 8% ter you answered, In a recent Add $100 to that and the total
touring county
school board office water conservation project Youkey suggested today that be a candidate for reelectionto Lucky Friday ....,......., 30% column will get only 10 rights \il 14125. That't quite close to
county commission offices completed under the directionof the municipally owned lot at the Board of Public Instruction Redwing Carrier .......... NA with a total market value of ,the market price of AT&T stock
hospital conuty stock the board. Massachusetts Avenue and Stephan Co. ............,.. 8% approximately $23075. Why did -just below $141 a share, as
county ade livestock pavlllion, health All.the project are a partof Lime Street be used for parkIng In Polk County. Syntex ......... ........... 73% you write that mean thing? I this column goes through the
center, hall of justice and the a long-range plan to allow by city employes Race has lived in Winter Haven Tampa Elec ..... ......... 25% A. It's not mean It's true. typewriter.
district 2 road barn. for complete control of water He said that assigning certain for 43 years and has been Textron Inc .....-...... ... 4% I have been amazed by the I If the market price of the
The jury is also scheduled levels In the entire Peace employes to the lot would actively associated In Polk OVER-THE-COUNTER letters that come In followingthat stock goes up, you can expectthe
relieve parking congestion in column. Yours market price of the rights
murder River Valley. I MUTUAL FUNDS previous
to Investigate three County school work since 1948.
the area at the rear of the Affiliated Fund .....-..... 834 had the most positive tone. Andy to go up. Of course If the mar

city hall. Race headed the Greater Winter Allco ................. ..... 7%! you are posItlvely -,", ket price of the stock goes
Chamber Unit Condemns The city commission purchased Haven Parent Teacher Am Express ...............391/ WRONG. down, you can expect the mar
I the lot last year for Council for many years priorto Auto Merch .........-..... 1% In the currentrights ket price of the rights to go
library parking when the de- being appointed to the . offering R3 8 down.
Violence In FEC StrikeA Chase Man Bank ... 69 ,
cision, since changed, was School Board by Governor Col- Eckerd'l Drug ... .........19 AT&T Is offer
made to build the new libraryon lins in 1959. Race was re- Fidelity Fund .-.-...-.....1727Fla Ing to sell to Q. You wrote that a number
resolution condemning ant. Secretary of Labor WirU the Park Trammell site elected to the School Board In Gas ....?............ 11% Its shareholders r of public utilities and other
acts of violence and sabotage and the sheriffs and other principal Site Cost $61,000 1960 and is serving his sec Fla. Pub Util ............. 24% one new share companies pay dividends on

in the Florida East Coast Railroad law enforcement officers The property was purchasedfrom ond term. Fla Steel ................. BYe of stock at J100 their stocks and that part of
strike was passed this having jurisdiction In the area the H. B. Carter Estate Progress NotedIn Fla Tel.--------- 28 for each 20 the dividends are not taxable

morning by, the National Affairs in which the railroad operates for $63.000 Fla. Tile ..................11 shares owned. is dividend Income because
Committee of the Greater Youkey noted that it presently his formal announcementRace AUSTIN T. RACE JR. Founders Life ............. 7% AT&T has al they are considered "return of

Lakeland Chamber of Com The resolution expressed the Is difficult for citizens having said "It has been a real school In Jacksonville and Gulf Life ........-......... 37% mailed capital."

merce. chamber's continued opposition business at the city hall to pleasure working for the over. Winter Haven, high school at Incorp_Invest!. .. .!.... 7.50 its stockholdersDOYLE Don't you agree that H wouldbe
Noting that the chamber to nationwide bargainingby find a parking place on the all school needs In Polk Coun- Inter County Tel & Tel... representing the rightsto a good service for you to
consistently has supported the industries, and noted that lot at the rear of the municipal ty during the past 19 years Georgia Military Academy attended Jackson Min Mart .....-.. 511h1- purchase the new shares lint those companies In your

position that collective bar the Florida East Coast Rail building. and if re-elected to the School Georgia Tech one year Lewis Bus Forms ......... One right was issued for each column?

gaining should be conducted road strike by non-operating He said also that "several" Board the people of Polk and the University of Florida [Nationwide ................ 15 'i share owned, .f record Feb. It A. Yes, it would be... great
, In an orderly manner the employes has been marked members of the commission County can be assured of(_ three years; Race ices 'long A. H. Robins ............i. 324! So, anyone who owned 200[service.. From the letters on
,, resolution read in part: by "violenpR, bombings and had requested that sevey'alparking County-wide effort on my par :. been active fn FFA. work Taylor Inst .,......... ..... 50'/ shares of AT&T stock on that this subject It'. clear that thereIs
"Be it resolved that all law other forms of' sabotage." places at the rear ol( based upon need"Race T V, Elec Fund .......... 8.13: date (as the lady whose letter a great deal of Interest in
officers and all The resolution pointed out the city hall be reserved for said he Is proud of and holds five Honorary Chapter Trans Gas Pipe Line ......21% was answered in the previous
enforcement ), thisBut
that President Johnson has members of the governing the progress made for Polk Farmer Degrees In Polk Travelers .................47% column did) received 200 rights I the truth of the matter Is
the national.
in at
1 State authority and local levels, taken cognizance of the strike' body conducting official business County during his years on the County and the State Honorary United Ilium .............- 38'/5' 1 This column keeps stressing that the list Is much too longto

county all needed officers violence and property damageand Board. "I'm proud that our Degree. Universal Food .......... .32 that rights have value and are be printed here We just
ordered 30 Youkey requested WilliamP. entire school system has advanced don't have the
end that he has traded, Just at stocks are traded space:
to this problem to the agents of the Federal Bureau Warner director of public that all of our high Pouts Held NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE The AT&T rights will "ex- However for those readers
who have performed
that those of violence be of Investigation Into the area. works, to determine If grading schools are accredited, that Before Race was originally pire" April 8. So anyone who who are Interested in getting
such acts
and that all or paving would be necessary our teachers' pay has been Increased appointed to the school boardhe Latest 11 am. has AT&T rights should either this Information, any good brokerage
brought to justice, to make the lot suitable wherein Polk County Close Price house It In
had been state managerfor "exercise" them (by sending can provide
such acts
others contemplating before CANCER INSURANCE for parking by city hall personnel teachers now stand among the the Aluminum Co of America Air Reduction 582581/ in 20 rights and $100) to buy detail

be apprehended their deedsof they TORONTO (AP-Cancer In.uranc. .. top five most populated coun- and purchasing agent for Aldens 29/! 291/4 I stock or sell them on or before The tax status of dividendscan
can consummate" Is available In Ontarlo-: ties in Florida. I'm proud to Food Machinery Corp. Race Allegheny Ludlum 4VNS April 8, be found In the back of

horror for both smokers and nonsmoker .: New Citrus Queen see air-conditioned schools being has been closely associated In Allied Chem W/t\ 54% I At I write this, AT&T rights dividend manuals, such at those
Copies Mailed British Life Insurance Co., built on good, high ground citrus all of his life, having Allied Stores 62 62 have a market value of 21/18 published by Standard Poor's

Copies of the resolution has announced Its new cancel location. Soon, and probablyby been reared on a grove east Am Bosch 141NS $2.06%. For that lady with 200 and Moody's You'll find those
which has the approval of the insurance In advertisements, To Preside Over September 1965, Polk County of Winter Haven president of Am Cyanamld 62%\ 62% rights, that represents a market manuals at broker firms' offices
director of the chamber will The number of cigarettes can have enough alr-condi- Great Southern Packing Co. Am Home Prd 64'641' % value of $4l250-not the and at many public libraries
be sent to President Lyndon smoked determines the terms ol Ball tioned buildings to start the for years, and Is now a director Am Hospital 25 25>/

B. Johnson Gov Ferris Bry- payment. Coronation year. round trimester pro in Winter Haven Citrus Am Mach & Frdy 17% 17% Latest Ham. Latest II a.m.
...... Am Metal Prd 18% 18H
HAVEN gram, he said. Growers Association and Gulf-
-------- WINTER Nancy Close Price Close Price
Collins 1964 Florida Citrus Ridge Production Credit Association Am Motor 16% 16%
Stand Cited
Salary Is Am Res It Dev 23 23 Int Harvester 66% NS Shattuck 1.1% 151/
Queen will preside tonight Race president
WHAT IS A "CONDOMINIUM? over the regal Coronation Ball For many years Race has of Race t Race Inc., South Am Seating 36% NS IMC 8''% 8% Sinclair 011 4514 NS
Nora Hall here. taken the stand that school ern Groves, Inc., and Daisy Am Tobacco 28% 28% : 71* 71%
at Mayo Int Min & Chem 87187% Socony
be Am Tel & Tel 139 NS
Some frequently asked Questionsand board members should not
The Ball sponsored by the Groves. Ampex 16 18 Int Paper 31'/ 31% S.C. Elec Gas 571NS
Winter Haven Junior Chamberof paid a salary Race said "I Race said "My business activities Int Tel & Tel 54:% 55
their Answers firmly believe that school: Ariz Pub Ser 33% 33'/' Southern 53* 541
Commerce, will begin at 9 and long association Jones & Laughlin 73% 74>4
board members should be Armco Steel 75 75% Sperry Rand 17% 17%
activities made
dee Cen-de-mln-lyw' wnhip mesa. o'clock. with school Kelsey Hayes 39 39'/
Q. Whet Atcha 28% 28%
Appearing with Queen Nancy paid $10.00 per month and per the office of school board top Kimberly Clark 60% 60% Spiegel 3114 60%
A. Condominium I. a plan of ownership, applied to rnultl.unitepartment will be her court: Linda Eg- diem expenses when representing member a real pleasure even Auto All Refln Can 53 14% 33 13%% Kerr.McGee 38% 36% Std Oil Cal 60% NS
building, whereby each apartment purchaMr
Miami Jeannie De- Polk County away though there are some real 35 NS Sid Oil Ind. 83 83
owns Till to his own apartment As 'In the purchase of a land of ; Avco 23% 23% Korvette % % %
house or any. other ml "tot, buyer receive a Warranty quine of Pinellas Park; Cheryl home. rough spots here and there. Beneficial 57% 57'/4' Lear.Slegler 14% NS Sid Oil N.!. 81* 82
Deed and Titlt Insuranc Policy. in addition, buyer awm Johnson of Tavares; and Carolyn "Most school boards Race is a member of Ro- Beth Steel 38 38% Llggette & Myert 75% 75% Sunray Oil 3014 NS
hit proportionate shore of rh* community land and fociliti. King of Bartow. All were throughout the nation are non- tary, Scottish and York Rites, Blaw-Knox 30 NS Litton Inds 67r87%
How doss Mill differ from a co-operative? finalists in the contest in which paid and the quality of such Shrine, Masons, B. P 0 E., Borg-Warner 46% 411\% Lone Star Gas 22% 22% Tenn Gas Trans 20\4\ 20V.
Q. Nancy Collins, of Winter Park non-paid boards Is universally Men s Club of St. Paul's Episcopal Brunswick 10% 10% Loral Elec 8% 8"! Texaco 74Ya 74*
A. In the usual' co-operative plan, all the "buyer" owns Ii a own the title. high. I have repeatedly made Church The Florida Burlington 48148% P. Lorrillard 44% 44% roses Gulf SuI NS 22%
membership-there Ins corporation which own time apart The Coronation Ball Is an an- this stand known to our legislative Club, State Chamber of Com 24 24 Madison Fd 193NS Tidewater 36* 37
member- Burroughs % %
mint building, and the land; and In token of hit h* Is ptrmitttd to occupy an apartment owned nual event of the Florida Citrus committee and the merce, Winter Haven Chamber Cat Tractor 59% 59:% Magnavox 38% 38Ya Tractor Sup 20\4\ 20'.4
by the corporation, of which h* Is a stockholder. Exposition, which ends presl. of Commerce and other Celanese 61% 62 Marquardt 11% 11% Union Bag NS 3914
Saturday. Race attended grammar civic groups. Chemetron 253NS Martin Marietta 18% 18%
Q.Why Is Codommiiim; ownership better* McCrory 12% W/ Union Oil 781NS
Ches & Ohio 69% 69
45 NS Union Pac 41\% 41'%
McKesson %
corporation foils to Its mortgage payment, 48'48'
A. If the co-op Chrysler %
36 36
Union Tank % %
or its tares, or Is otherwise In debt the stockholder might "ors1. Cln Gas & Elec 24% 25 Merck 117'2118%
find hi,* shoe worthless, or toddled with additional assessments 65 65 Minn. Hnwl 125% 125 United Fin 29329%
Cities Ser % %
and h* might be obliged to vocal his apartment If MMM 63% 61i/ United Fruit 20320%
the corporation Is foreclosed against, Coca Cola 126112814 Montg' Ward 36% 361.4 U.S. Inds V710
Colgate Pal 42% NS 60'60 US. Rubber Sty 52
Nat Biscuit
Condominium .och Individual apartment owner :
In 0 19 20
Collins Rad %
may place his own mortgage on his own apartment If he Nat Can 16% 16% U.S. Steel 56% 55%
chooses but he I Is liable only for his Individual 1 obligation, i Columbia Gas 28'2814 Nat Dairy 68% 69 Upjohn 54% 5434
and only his own taxes. H. I II NOT respomibie for the defaults I > mSu Com Credit 397NS Nat Fuel 33333% Vendo' 16% 16%
of the developer or of the other apartment owner. I Con Edison 8334 83'/\' Nat Gypsen 47'2NS Warner-Lambert 26% 26%

Con Foods 47'VI NS Nat Tea 15% 15% W. AirBrake 32% 32%

Enjoy; the/ safety and security of Individual' Cont Consumer Can Pwr 43 46% 43 43%% Nia,Mohawk 50'% 504 Westinghouse 35% 35%
Okla Gas & Elec 93'2NS Winn Dixie 30% 30%
Condominium ownership of Cent Oil 64% 64% Outboard Marine 16% 16% Woolworth 74'74%
Ctrl Data 78% 79%
Pac Gas & Elec 31% 31% Xerox 8738736:
Corn Prds 63% 65% Pan Am Sulphur 25% 25'/j' Zenith Rad 85% 861/
LAPLAND I Crown Cork 28% 28% Park Davis 31% 317/ Occidental 28 27%
ARBpURSoles CurtiM-Wright 18% 18% Penney. J. C. 48 48%
Den & Rio R R 2114' 21%
CON 00 MN iM Pepsi Cola 51 %!.
r De Sato Chem NS 21% Pfizer 47% 47%
Dr Pepper 3314 NS Phlla Elec :? NS Fruit Shipping
Dresser lads 28% 28% Phillip Morris 73173'4'

HAUGER REALTY DuPont 280'260' % Phillips Pet 48% 48% Rules Continued
Agent Eastman Kodac 128% 128% Phelps Dodge 67 67
Gamble Skgmo 33133' '% Piper Air 47 NS
1600 lake Parker Drive, West, lakeland Ga P.c 8014> 37% Pit Plate Glass '1'03% Growers Administrative Committee

Telephone : 6865191Sal Gen Elec 88% 89'% Proctor Gamble 8314 83% Shippers Advisory Committee
Gen Foods 80% 90% Pub Serv Elec&Gas 76% 76% continued current marketing

effite and medal apartment, keivrifull* i i Gen lost 12% 12% Pure Oil 43% 44 agreement orders on all
I Gen Motors 84 % Man 433NS Florida citrus varieties for a
Mather f lakslasi Raybestot
famished *
Ii Gen Tel Elec 32% 32% Rep Steel 43% 43Ya five-weeks period ending Tacoday
open every day from 10 0jn. fa 6 p.m. i Gen Time 12% 12 R. J. Reynolds 39% 39% April 14.
Gen Tire 24% 24% Reynolds Met 40340% Only change agreed upon at
for your Inspection. Gillette 34% 35 I Rhod Set Trust 6''% 6% yesterday's meeting of the com-

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments, 1, IVi 6loth.. ORATORICAL CONTEST WINNM-Denette McCenmll., 17-ror-l 4."lh'M,. cad Mr*. W. R. Grace 49% 49% R. C. ColaSafeway 481 4814 bined committees was the addition
From $9,950 and $45 Per MonthAnother Dun P. McCmnell, 2605 Joniki Ave, winner ef bit. sighs Amerlcen Uflen Orerarlcel contort, Great A A P Tea 36% 36/ I Stores 58'' 582/ of No. 2 Russet as the
b confretvleted. hy Jim* [.Itch, left, vice commenoer.. .. the Amerlco Leis! Pert 4 .hen, end Greyhound 52752% Scott Paper 38138 minimum permissible grade Of
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ANKARA, Turkey (AP)-.The J '.
Turkish government has decidedto I seI
oppose the appointment jf '

Jose Rolz Bennett of Guatemala I

as the U.N. mediator for Cyprusa I Ei re ALMO5T TRUE. i P UND >ou IN five you 1T'15 NOT THEIR' Xtrruseo [HO. SURROUNP THB VfUAGFJ
high government source aid( HFARD hOU CAN SEE. THE WAM6ESI.W5 evil. /PKUrVWER KILL HIM!

Monday.The YOU WERE -
rejection will be based on I I LAST MAN!

the grounds that Bennett, who is I II I 7\

Secretary General U Thant'aldeputy I 'aI 17fIt
tJ v -
chief of cabinet, lacks] '
fr' P
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the necessary international I '

standing and experience for| 1 : .
the post, the Informant said j i 1'

African Nations I
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Transfer ActivityDAKAR
JUDGE TURNS DOWN HER REQUEST-Actron I.". Davit Is pictured in court In Santa COrNca

Senegal (APThe Mouse, Calif shire Judge Edward R. Brand turned dawn her request that bar ox-hotbond, actor TOWCRKCMTHeSBHOMB sees NUTS RSR TWo CURLS, A BIRD/ WERe eoiNaTbWORKCMTHOCS

14-natIon African.Malagasy union Gary Marrlll left, ba kept from visiting elicit 12-yaar-. aon. MIchoaL Mln Dovls' bed ...... the RuNS .THAT.5. THOSSHCMERLWSJf ATLRTLE.AUANTEATER,

has decided to transfer Iti court to withdraw MarriU't vhltatio right, clinging the 47.,...-.... ester carouiad on nights/ who WIIERElei 6ATH 1C ... AND A DINoSAUR BUNTS I. ly""

political activities to the Organ. Michaal was In kit cuitady. AP Wlropkoto) -*- ,-

izatlon of African Unity. =.

The French union colonies.Is made up Some of other former .- Ontario Official 1 WORRY CLINIC !'I '5 ,
i African nations have at Doubts Liz Can -fl'

tacked French----It colonialism as- a continuation- ---of Marry Burton Railroad Men Told .il. .. .. it.

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.. DRIVE-IN THEATRES TORONTO (AP)- Provincial 01 Business FlawsBy -. .+-.....-...... 1 .. :r

Secretary John Yaremko says I
lj OPEN ':15 SHOW 7:00 -
he doubts that Elizabeth Taylor
J" To..iaht'l The Night and Richard Burton have the George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.
.' G. Out T. A Movie
T. legal qualifications to get maricd .
in Canada's Ontario Pro- CASE S-409: Harry X., aged of simple sales psychology on SiAMEAG4INTOM /1YMATE? ITHOUGHT'S

STARTS TONITI! vince. 47, is a vice president of an the part of the railroads. THREE PINTS AGAIN. f -OK WOULD R IVAS

I "Under Ontario law which Is American railroad. d BEST MARY: I MARY \ MATE UK! Tb YOUR MATE;

mtm4 based on British common law When I addressed the ritzy Then I reminded them of \GET THE $ IN Jff

only the court of the domicile of railroad executives club in the congealed thinking, even r

FIRST DRIVE.IN SHOWINGIAT ''the parties has a right to dissolve Chicago, I engineering wise, which had ... .=.

7:00 10:40 a marriage," Yaremko simply follow- kept the floor of freight cars

.. said last night.Domicile ed its request J 52 inches above the ground, A
-- ; he said, Is the place I for me to offer j thus offering an unnecessarily S.w

dorit day .. where a person makes his resi- a psychoanalysis M high center of gravity for F.b ve v .

fames garner dence. He added, however thatif I of railroad loaded freight cars.

polly bergen.CINWASCOft. the countries In which the ing. "Just because the first I ."-'

.-..... .. 'couple normally reside recognize I' And I tried ) w freight car, some 125 years J

rr.Af"Ilrpr their divorces they are 'to use the \ ago, was built to handle a
"move free to marry. "sand I c h" bale of cotton on a platform ..I IN4 D.Ir Tr.MI Rat.''t:':" tr .. _-- SiwTL

t' ., "orer, Burton, a Welshman Is star- method of in- j 52 inches high Is no reason -

a ;dllrinfl" ring In a production of "llam- setting any | why that 52-inch height should ._- ---, ._-
let" In Toronto. Miss Taylor criticism be- have persisted all through ,

COUUHMJM accompanied him here from tweentwolayDRCRANE these years, unchallenged. I'

Mexico where she obtained a ers of compliments.But And I pointed out flagrant ,4
AT '10 ONLY!
divorce from singer Eddie Fish- this group had little or violations of simple merchan-
RAY MILLAND I I.. Burton also obtained a Mexl- no sense of merchandising
er. dising and sales tact on the I' The
"THE RIVER'S his first wife psychology missed ()
can divorce from so they Pullmans. "
COLOR Sybil. most of the points I made. Also, I suggested that trucks I 3-:.

For example, I showed them be equipped with retractable .
WE DARE YOU GROVE PARK the splendid salesmanship employed wheels to fit the rails, so the Stars

TO COME TO 1 SHOPPING CENTER by their latest com big semi of the trucking Industry

\ DOORS OPEN petitor namely, the airlines could be hooked together
\ U:4S And I explained that rail. as a long freight train

}, MIDNIGHTSPOOK I roads were Inattentive' the and thus; one diesel could pull Impel

SHOW LAST DAY wishes of their potential pa 100 truck loads. illll 1I( _.

Shows At trons. R
FRIDAY THE 13th /111 1100.1:11. At the end of my address, q By Carroll Righter! .
,,ret ,
5,22.7:57.: half-drunken vice tit
), IIIJO 9H "When I recently phonedour a presidentof aI4*'.,
one of the railroads came
W Union Station for infor .
mation about certain train," up and wanted to start a fist
1l LrI fight because I had suggested ..
I "the -- -
-I began, operator positively '
TONin and THURSDAY BEST COMEDY EVER.N'MADE. !! Informed me no such that passenger trains were on WEDNESDAY MARCH II, lt&I Dec. 21) You are able ta ,
I Carload fillet train was operating. their way out unless railroad GENERAL TENDENCIES: make everything go smoothly ,
.. 19" "But I took that same traina leaden of woke airlines."My up. fast to the i The early part of the day U if you schedule your time and I
._ -BIO COLOR HITS-2 month ago," I protested, fine for buying apparel, arranging activities wisely. Be sure reports
At 7:00 end 10:50 Jones "and the ICC hasn't permit grandfather started the entertainment or similar are in order and correct '
: ted It to be cancelled in this railroad," he screamed at matters, but later you Show you are on the
JAMES GARNER In I EUTsUKOUM i was wren unit HIM "and I'll have know
me, beam.
"CASH McCALL" short a time. you may find many changes of

So I went on to Inform Dr. Crane, that our passenger an unusual nature taking CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to

Alt .t 9 00 Only I, these railroad men that it trains will be "running 100 place that you would be wise Jan. 20) You need to Increase
STARTS TOMORROW FOUR calls, years from now. to along with rather than
JOHN WAYNI In cost me phone go your abundance, so be sure
"THE COMANCHEROS" at 10 cents apiece, just to try But just three years later try to hold onto the past. to concentrate on this Insteadof
: DEAN MARTINA to dig up the Information so his railroad asked the ICC for Much study and discussion strutting about. Put your

: : THE HOTTEST I could pay $175 for a round- permission to cancel its main with allies Is vital now. business to work.

FILMLAND" QUESTION Of THE DAY trip ticket. passenger service! ARIES (March 21 to April Don't use too many angles

"Who's BeenSleeping "Any other merchandising And the piggy-back flatcars 19) Going after personal wants with others.
for trucks have since WEEK'S FIRST QUEEN-Mn. Dolo... Owen'. *f Orlante,
TONIGHT. THURSDAY2Se firm would really be on Its and being genuinely Interested AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.
come on the scene, though wife .f .* Air fort Mrgtant be.m..ft.r her Mloctlmt o. the
In friends is best
COUPON NIGHTI! / toes when items totalling $175 way to 19) Keeping busy on the tele-
I were hanging fire." they are still antiquated In qu..n ... the lint Quean For A Day show I* lot loUcoit Iron make headway today. Make phone, talking with others in
ALL COLOR PROGRAM I in My I" comparison with retractable Nora Mayo Hall In Winter Havait on Monday 01 s feature o f new contacts. Fine personalities
actual Is best
I \ ,J And I cited dozens of person, way to get affairs
: Bed l which friends had wheels. the florid. Citrui EipouHon. Reedy to toll hot .f her many can be added to your rolling nicely now. Dress
cases my
Shown at 7:00 With I \ about the lack Next day a top Pullman gifts ll the ohaw'l tmcot, Jock alloy. Th. shin will .rlli....* list now. in fine style. Be in
Partial Ropiot at 12:00 "'1 reported to me executive practical
\ Company me from Winter Hovon through tomorrow, lain' ihowrt live In this
I .-- -..' iI TAURUS (April 20 to May your contacts.
"I THANK A FOOL"Susan AT THE THEATERS defensively because I had oroo, and will .. ..I...... .. the full ABC network lat... I 20) See to it that your position PISCES March
H.,...... I 1I1 .,:lmO'itI'H.H'] :: mentioned flaws In Pullman (Feb. 20 to
with those who have con 20) You must clear the decks
service! Imagine such myopia
SHOWN AT '10 ONLY I -'U.fTO 11I11 AI 'LMLAND adventTod trol over your affairs Is Idealat now If want to start that
MONTGOMERY BUUMnJOHNCONli r sod Tomorrow' "I Thane Oscar Nominee Not Able you
"THE BIG COUNTRY"Gregory 1'001" and 'In. BII C.IIOIr" this time. Use more up. uptrend soon possible for you.
I Nvl 900 MERIt.TAN I fOSi'ER HO OXD"I TNUTn to-date system for simplifying
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teen-age daughter said she was spending the night at her escort They have announced their plans to wed this summer. IS THE MErI NOU"MISS SI TONIGHT IN MV PRIVATE

fjM friend's house, and who later found out she lied, struck We feel that this happiness will be short-lived because she will WINNING AMERICAN A PLANE-TO COMPETE

cxe to home with me. I did the same thing when 1 was 18, be an elderly lady while he 1 Ia still In the prime of life What MUFFIN :! KRAMP"J> FC R"MISS V

two years ago. The mother asked you, "Why would a girl lie 1* your opinion? UNIVERSAL KRAMP".r OwtrAN

a tout something like that?" And you replied, "Because she THE FAMILIES OS.C

didn't have the courage to tell the truth." I can tell you why DEAR FAMILIES: Some men are "old" at 40, while some

(|$ed, Abby Because if I told my mother I had a date, shewould women are still "young" at 70. All that Is necessary for a'

ask me who with, where 1 met him, who his parents successful marriage Is that each partner needs the other for

tare, and lots of questions like that, so rather than go through something This appears to be the case. They are both old

the/ third degree I lied. If parents didn't have to know the enough to add, s* don't worry about their future. KJ JUNGK AyAP

life history of every boy their daughter dated, there wouldn't *

bjTlso much lying. DEAR ABBY: I am a widow, better off financially than

m HAD TO LIE most of my friends and relatives. When they go out to dineI IS l 5't LA! ac.M Y a pF '

DEAR HAD: If a girl can't tell her parents who the boy Is, am often invited to join them. Naturally, one of the men I / I IA It CaaaNar19iG..

where she met him, and a few other pertinent facts, she has present will ask for the check. It would be embarrasslc for

I n 'busineis going out with him And any boy who permits the men, and also for me, if I were to ask for the check. Yet a- af LOOK? TrtevfcB THVtNCiN OILBOYf SIIEtiS t3ACK 'TO

a girl to lie to her parent II bad news. I want to carry my own weight What can be done to reciprocate "SHE'S BEEN OUT IN THE I TO GET MS TO SAV J MAL! SHE SETTNEIf:

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chance for happiness are In a marriage between a man of MRS. R. g t PLENTY COLD OUT THERE,

:r Wind a woman of 55. They are both wonderful people. There DEAR MRS. R.: Invite your guests to one of your favor

lijno problem of money on either side. They've been close It* dining spots. When you telephone for the reservation, ask 2

friends for many years. (She taught him In high school) Their the maitre d' to Instruct the waiter to bring NO bill to the

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20 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, March 11, IMf

I ,: Losing Gamble On Construction Bids Brinas. Wrath On State Board R K

TALLAHASSEE (AP-A 101The estimate brought bids today to readvertlse with options Graff "The building was de--Gen James Xyne and Rep. tained under the Higher Education act could be put to work In flor- The Cabinet approved hiring
I leg gamble on construction bids $ 28.MO over the amount of mon designed to reduce the signed over the square footage I Ralph Turlington of Alachua Facilities Act of 1963 if the ida in time The date is in line 10 additional maintenance peo ne
I'for a U25 million classroom!ey available for construction cost of the building allowed (by the legislative appropriation County for some $51 million for con- pie for the Florida School for the pe
and forced the Cabinet to decide STREETS ARE PAVED
Hope were that the facility ."
Deaf and the Blind
building at the University of : They called for: 1-Construe- struction. at St. Angus lie
Florida brought the wrath of TURNED IT OFF needed by student the university', burgeoning still "We' would be In real troubleif tlon of a three-story building instead TUCSON, Arias (AP-Trophy Addition Planned tine to push a $180,000 major ell
Secretary of State Tom Adams population we didn't have the staff (of of the originally planned'company owner Mort Tuller eay maintenance and
Tenn. AP Tim could be for classes be- released $28,000 to repair program 10
( )- ready The
down upon the University Boardof architects) of the Board of Commissioners four stories and construction of some people do believe all that .
ginning In the fall of 1965. a two-story ad- J
Control today Whitley 5 dreamed a television of Stats Institutions," a four'story building with the glitter I I. gold begin planning
Adams scolded the boards program the other night. No Excuse Offered' said Adam. The commission second and fourth floors Incom- He painted the sidewalk In dition to the, Knott Building Center InTallahassee' The 1963 Legislature/ allocated er
architects for taking an estlmater Ue told his parents the next "How in the world did we get staff double check the construe plete, to be finished by a 1965 front of his tore gold, then Capital $1.5 million for construction it Fr
'i professional opinion on how morning that It was a cartoon Into this kind of mess?" Adams tion program of the board of con legislative appropriation. noted that many people refused The Knott building houses a the school end directed that the (K
big the building could be designed type, a chase with Iota of ex- asked Bob Graff, assistant to trol Gov Farris Bryant suggested to walk on it, most of them variety of offices, mainly those maintenance K:
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instead of relying upon cltement-and a commercial at board architect Forrest Kelley Two alternative construction that the building might be com ,stepping out in the street to go of the State Department of Education accomplished mell
Its own work the end "We offer no excuse," said plans were proposed by Atty. pleted with federal funds ob-|,around It by staff workers

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King Won't NumeralsATHENS Use '41-Gun Salutes Signal Birth Of Elizabeth's New Son Wednesday. _LAKELAND. ,_March.! LEDGER, 1M4 21!

Roman Gary Merrill Wins
I LONDON ( were no problems," reported,prince were the subject of much royal birth this year. Princess and other members of the royal -that a child had been born to
Greece (APThenew out its flags brokel a reigning British sovereign Custody FightSANTA
and< fired ,
the anesthetist, Dr Vernon public speculation. Hie favtjrfte Alexandra the queen's first family. '
w King of the Hellenes li ex.pected -:,salutes today to celebrate the Hall. was James in tribute to Scot cousin, had a son on Feb. 29. The new prince Is third In lined Andrew was the first. MONICA, Calif (AP
to call himself Constantine -birth of a eon to Queen Elizabeth The baby weighed 1 pounds Princess the succession to the throne, be- FIAT
he II.Both. ttsh Stuart ancestors of the Margaret queen's BUY FOR YOU -Actor Gary Merrill has won
JIo but he will be known official 7 ounces, making him the small queen. Robert, Rupert and Da- sister expects her second Child hind his brothers Charles I] With the demise of the retain
his court to custodyof
the and Andrew, 4. He rates aheadof fight
Constantine II, -year-old est of the queen's four children ,
mentioned.It and coiffures
as lay and queen vid also were next month. The Duchess of bouffant hairdo hats
for the new prlnCe-ller fourth at birth. his sister, Anne, 13. his 12-year-old adopted son
roed sources in the Greek court. child and third was the second British Kent, Alexandra's slster-ln{ -law, can suit each other. Michael, other weekend.
lOn-were The baby was delivered by ateam every
re- The queen'i husband Prince around until find
his formal oath after expects her second child In
signed POrted ,
He well The baby was ahead with of five physicians I headedby Michael's mother actress
Philip went plant tc "SOUR" MILK: the hat that's flattering to .
the death of his father last ham born Tuesday night at Bucking- represent the queen at the You can "sour" a cup of May. Sir John Peel., 59, the gynecologist your hair style. It docs exist Bette Davis, had asked Superior !
Hidav limply: Constantine. Rex Palace, a week earlier than Funeral of King Paul of Greece sweet milk by adding a tablespoon News TelephonedThe who attended the births, Judge Edward R Brand to
It (King Constantine) His father birth expected.," But "it was an easy Thursday The prince arranger of lemon Juice or vinegar queen's husband. Prince of Charles, Andrew and Anne. i Pitcher John Tsitourls turned withdraw Merlll's visitation
he Kina Paul f, didn't use his the Roman royal Mid Sir. John Weir the to arrive In the Greek capita to it. The soured milk Philip, 42, telephoned the news It was only the second time in two two-hitters and a pair ol rights She accused the actor of
after phy.lclan."Everything
rc- numeral name late this afternoon. can usually replace butter. ,of his new son to Queen Mother since 1857-when Queen Victoria three-hitters for Cincinnati last carousing on nights when Mi
either went well: there The names to be given the milk In a recipe Elizabeth Princess Margaret gave birth to Princess Beatrice season, all after July 1. chael was In his custody

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50 wIM EXTRA 015_TOP..VALUE.. 0"P.1 STAMPS 50..a EXTRA ad,_TOP.../VALUE,...... 100.....EXTRA.....__TOP..VALUE.1a..,..STAMPS......of NI EXTRA,IAN-_TOP..VALUE.. ....,..STAMPS....of SO...EXTRA.a 110Io_TOP..VALUE.. IM,..rte.Caanen STAMPS..fA
,......... Forme Armour's Star I' ToM Qf SM Frozen ( Aster FreienISM.
Kitchen Towels 4 Z. 11" S.WaSpra ae.i.laW STAMPS'I I Haw Wbt Ass :- S399 PerdSteafci J n: 99 I fneliak P..a 5 .nu. QQ<
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Baby Food 10 I.**" 99c Cranberry Juice Pit 29c Knorr. Soups 37c Peanut Butter is .= s<=. 63c
Cranberry Sauce -300C-- 25c Hi Ho Crackers io .pk..29t Dog Food 6 II. l'I29c Handiwrap -:.: 19c 'w". 29c"g



2t -LAKELAND""LEDGER.Wednesday,!March Il.list ....

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You'll n v r know'til you' shopped or FOOD TOWN how pleasant.nd (
easy it ii to cut food bill without cutting comtn n quality 1\'j\
or quantity.Hundreds of families do It oil the tint by taking .'I}
full advantage of our STOREWIDE LOW PRICES and scone of .
SUPER SPECIALS wry wock.Why don't you"Coke the"ihort cut" '
to lower food bills by doing ALL your marketing at FOOD TOWN!, ..
The results will be THRIFT-l-FYINGt! O' '

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LAKELAND LEDGERWednesday March, IN4 tt ,

Tax Cut May Not Be As Big As It ,Appears Danger Signs II CLASSIFIED BUILDING TRADES I II.I I.

May AppearIn 21 >..nll' .
AEROSOL By STERLING F. GREEN neighborhood of $10,000 a year For a hypothetical example, his exemptions. With 115.0001 ADVERTISINGRATES I .

WASHINGTON (AP) A tip the withholding comes fairly take Harry X Blrdlong a JunIor income he could make the withholdings _110OI'I100"_"" -SMF DtnNMits p m..M.m.HIIB MeOlbDil I..

1 Id taxpayer In tilt middle to close to matching the tax actually executive who .is paid $15,066 cover his tax liabilitybut EconomyBy Sit M. TrbMlblnnin W, rate,Umbrt MU *.
upper-middle Income brackets owed. a year. He bad a wife and two not taking the withholding SAM DAWSON Minimum Csoree-$1.0S la WbNb AIL TT5 entdra5 w .m. ;

Your tax Cut may not be Margin Widen children. Like most taxpayers exemptions for the two Chi AP Busbies News Analyst Wordb Dan DaN Pan DbibCLAUinSD ',',I5.t5o.tu'e'I 5pIt.Mid 5555 of 5451w.d.oIet,. .,
quite M big u it looked In your Hilii 5511 ,__ '
But In higher brackets, when t 2514 WM1 011! e-9271! -
In his bracket, he Itemizes his dren. NEW YORK (AP-Th nation -
latest .
paycheck. Uncle Sam Is ...
IAIOKI ALL 5s5" nr """tae.
withholding lea this year than withholding always has fallen deductions because his Interest, I For him this device would I* In the mood to step upactivities 11 'ff ff {I 700075. P505155 Fits 5(0055 515$, .'
.. ...... .
f well short of covering the tax P7 r.llma1s. LI' *55550
all I the line I from
a NEW way he used to, in proportion to the liability the margin now widens -tax and medical outlays exceed work out this way tax, about along MOB RATMS3 M U Nick nonflbl wWirm ;

to get rW of tax actually owed.If perceptibly. the $1,000 standard deduction $1,979; Withholding, about $2.,spending to expanding Welcome .M ass ..'.m. tabkCLAMIPtlD Nei5... .-Mil lases, .
as this ils to those who DUr>LAt MAT AU. TTPIW rootlnl plfMI bf
you assume that the whole .
add $2,900 aboutaver.g. 000 result at year'i end a $25 telttnui leancwitrMt MPIse. sseslrs 5at555 5.. L
to ,
ANTS They up ; have charged that the UJO ta .
ROACHES Increase in take-home pay is economyhas a ...... R.etls5 CmMS. 595.ems
for his Income refund from the government.The behind Saws OMB no.51WANT ,
yours to spend you could find Anti-Castro Band group i been lagging Us ese-es77. :

yourself in a pinch when Income He has Just finished figuringhis : IRS say most employers potentials, there are others who DEADLINE 24 Fierier'Stvtc* :

AM* IVfa. ....... .... tax time rolls around a 1963 tax. It came to $2,229 will make such an adjustment are strewing the need to guard 4 WORD it *a AD. *
sew n.l.e a ...... 5595., year from now.Refund. Renews Vow The withholding amounted to if the withholding I* increased against the peril which this <..M.I '.n'.,'. mmrdi FLASTUttNO, PATCHINO, bmlllBtb. :
..., MitltlMU.rrtb
IB bfflM Allwbttbiu MS
nits:J'I will Silo $2,220Birdlong, has sent the In multiple of $9. boom psychology may heighten. Sues 4M bb bbk rtMbrS bur + ..tlm..... u_..., Mt Tbl- .
YOU SHOP Shrinks However tax men add a The perils they see: cLAaamto DUPUV 550. MU ITS. .
Of Revolution! Internal Revenue Service $5 .
1 OS VINT Millions of taxpayers mho usually warning: the under-wlthholdln demands could Increase 11 M b. Car bbtorb bubltnbItem PAIN Oft ..&.- .
with his 1963 tax return. Wage .. .
N* a.e <** AM.1.bip < i Dl a n -. ...- .......... ..... get refunds will find the For IBM his federal Income will be less acute in IMS, when production costs enoughto .... albs ta bur ..r... m. Pre..stlmetw. Hwrf a wit ,
Utt to ngi, ..... Nralh. refund shrunken or gone entirely. MIAMI. FU. (APHThe Cu tax will drop to around $1,871 the tax reduction program II water down, perhaps nullify, Dar btlbn ISM sees>. a.5 I. MU .._ .
All In Hi
bd mid M *
.AVARAMI TWO tin A good many will be Jarred' ban Revolutionary Junta a His paycheck withholding will fully in effect.So the benefit from the cut in federal blflob ...... II M .... ....
APAlTMNT a !MALI MOM' all large anti-Castro band reneweda t brdbf In buMKbUbl U Mob.ll BUSINESS SERVICE :
to -unless they have come to about 1810. a taxpayer who has ,Jackedup Income tax rau Union ...
...... ,
.l01I Mm b
w .009
lilt a \ that Its will be
taken to cushion the blow today men his to
steps withholding come out leaden say there i* plenty of Th. Lod... win lot bb *..
a.1I01IOCU4 MOMI alts -that they owe the governmentsums fighting Communist forces Inside Increase Payments even In 1964 may find that the room for higher wages without .s.""a''. tor .... Ass bIHMRKt 14 Uwmnewin i SertfcaRIFAIIU
505 ...... ...._
lilt 10.000 s.We ranging from email Cuba by May 20. Instead of owing IRS only $5, withholding are somewhat too higher prices and that ON 111 IbUb I......... ;

amount up to hundreds of dollars -! Rogello Clsneros, Miami head I he will owe something like $185 large In 1965. Increased purchasing power THE LAKELAND LEDGER orl mobs bad bb mill__.n."......0.-. rut.. All_U-* ..

Sold at Drug Garden of JURE, as the Junta Is called, With the new tax tables for would add to the gains from the TELEPHONEMU ....ltl.. MX heft* FUrM *v.. .
I The "under wlthhotding" gap also announced a Cuban exile, 19M which IRS has made available Charlie Dee of the Lot Angeles -hue cut. Many Important labor 6-1151 mint no I-CNI.

Supply, Hardware and result from technical problems meeting here on that date Cuban -. Blrdlong, can estimate Angel was the best>> hitting contracts are to be negotiatedthis 17 Mettrns RinoveilnfMATTKEM 8

leading Grocery stores. met In Introducing lower rates Independence day to honor his 1964 taxes In advance and first baseman In the America year.

with the year already onesixthover. President Romulo Betancounof : remit larger quarterly payments League last season. He ballad :'pending. first by consumers ANNOUNCEMENTS dbt ....I...111lIt0YanltO AM MittrMt -OMB I- 'J
Mfe. k, Pit Chbmkbli Inc.. Venezuela outspoken foe ol f 307 In 60 games Joe Cunningham and then by business pup nun MU .-...,. :

Mimi '1.. For taxpayers earning wagesor Prime Minister Fidel Castro ol f Blrdlong might elect, instead of the White Sox was second -firms as a result of the tax cut 2 Curd el Taenk ,
salaries up to the general,Cuba. to ask his employer to reduce_ with M and the accompanying boom =
psychology could overheat the TO TOObS she bmrnml. thbirirtnobthr LOT MOirraoMBIT ".* drill '
In bb man, bttutifuna 5511 a.4 (0F421 lost .500
All would like to
more economy.economic growth than see In .....,WboUoblMU........""wars..1. U' ...ou... 57.55, c5 IO 14191.EMPLOYMENT b le .Maths M PSI.Pb.11 .
our b. rU.ll 51.55.
COOPER Bros. SCHALLER'SMarket SAPP'SGrocery recent years But a quick boom :
based on the tax cut, might leadto JOHN seats *
I bust next unless new .
year MlM A. M. CLOIU
Market stimulant are found and ap 12 Hill Wanted
plied.Inflation 4 Leaf ni FtsndLObT AMERICANAUTOMOBILE '
could be the first

930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota fruit of the over-spending demand for that goods Increased LOST allll.L08T': ..10\.18.POIDAT"" ..rd. call brown. .a I..Ww...,.aid.. Thb AAA ASSOCIATION hM .....Ih. for nmMnhlb .:
: ass PII.
and boost In that ,
a big wages il-t31t 0' MO 1.1801. nptwnlbUtM koth inn
Increased the cost of producing uid. vrntH. bmuidbrad.. ..tot *o.u ..
: CANARY bird r.llowl, u. M. b b b a
Remote Inflation .ininitf bi SIC eouta noridb round _t tfrMMff bad ... <
goods. bt
...... ... .
with of ,
seems now plenty pro'duction 1(0. S.1.. Mnum 504
capacity and an over- S Helices : omnMlont Slid tbrbMoiu sad
., .
bwwliu CiMU.nlopDortuimr
supply of idle workers those :
(or 55.5 rlbbt pr.M
fear It might come if the ..u,. SILL.,..VMt... Moist limi bndporliru w bibkb 111 HMM of Mao .
SUGAR CREEK SMOKED IWho ( DIM UU S43MUntbU ,. ". sill HO .
pw son For *
.. .,.._. .
tor H.Mvs
boom psychology Is promoted *, 1-.IM. 110 Mil Mrautlbl CM. ...
point to Europe. Its prosperity TRADING STAMPS .... osWMuoht If 1.55.154. 0
alia.. eo' s51 Was, .
.:Xr KRIENCS Itt bblM Md BIT.huMliInt
has brought on troublesome .
spurt nU4141.i1LIo
Tlmb. itorb .
Inflation in several countries Nor H __.Iblt lord" or viumit. 4...*_... Ku> .
England overheated by '. 119491.0. br 5570.. 51 tn ...,U. 1
a Ihu .....11. Jobs Y.IN.LOI. J-o
tax cut, has had to raise In- KAAA
.' .
SLIP cores shop 5
terest rates to try to curb the Cb.'o' RA>04. ......,71. Drorb. City Employment :
.. bod19rsda. .1110 soo.
boon, utriui ...w'", .".... eo'. MALE: ;
tot 11Io1&11...... BubrMI
Unemployment Problem d lei* bl .....1.. to ...... Iran-, Ub tMbnleUB mr. ....Haul., tutu itlmnui.UroMrr lu. .;

CHRISTIAN 110.11110 hem., tell MlM IrllKM BUllAoMf OD.rbferi I--
-Unemployment offers problems .-. apbelbl biiratloa bi,. tahb Acbowiun cMk.' ..UelrUlu I.1. I-
that an anticipated boom BMdb .. _10 ..11..... ITB Cdllc* as?. TI.. (hbliiwPrint ..
might do little to solve. The 2-Ina0, : *. Putt ..0011....*. Coo.IrwUoa .
iI .
mp.rlnund.nt w Mb2t
lb.LYKES' growth In the labor force Is at .Id.auTO..i. INIURANCB- bb In.....Hid.., bl SUN*t fclbbflub. Duhvbdur, 0... .
..,. ... worker. Cook.
the wrong ends of the labor moblM M CHI Mil bDODYB MAST OTHJM ,
force Unemployment la fed by PABRICI 30Jl (lorl*
P547(55 0.' 505 .t 11515waPsawSs :
a growing number of teen-agers : IUt .... 5511550. s5.x. .. .
1'0 54.k55.
of them school .w,11 50.... ..
many dropouts -""'" 50055., w ,'

GOOD STALL-FED. STEER BEEF who are untrained for available 1.ILRODO-OIV.7 A.thm sod E8 H..54.0.01 n.....'Pr.1101..: brbl: OohnMlM Photo MbUtuit., OMtiUr CuliurLa *nHIl.u .
F FRESH jobs. At the other end of the a K..n.I-Ioo. .. HouMtip. Uv. la AUfctrulonut.
scale are older who 001ble. 311' sw0 r5rlds ar M Cook. BW ..... WktWr
persona are ..., .. .
553. tort ** mtr
ii' TENDER r GROUND being dropped by Industry because MANY GrTHOU
their skills are outdatedor BUILDING TRADES
I because machines Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg.
are replacing
ROUND SIRLOIN them. Neither set of unemployed 14 Building arpHlrln
f fits any better Into SI Half Waatel female
B E E F the anticipated boom economy ponhM, rpffbln. bltorftiIOB
wa7Tasws wAa77n. see II II
BACON than into the present more *0 btoatlu kb ..,. ..!, 31. ''III w.1 M.asd Ssa1Ksr4.waiteses .
l ConirMlInt Compbar.OlblM \II.,.
c ..... .
moderate one.Autom.tlon. Photo MU "II" .. _...: WANTtO >
7 79c la likely to be 515. IIU -1081.. P. .... 91. Sll*. Cluki SI* MMtk florid.Aranu :
I ,
CARP NTlR.: GLOCK .... Mrw5r5. :
lb. fostered if anything by the tax 1)57)05) roo.... P" 511 1.113150 IlARN 0 00a .... ...
cut which give corporationsmore MU "1160. .m. and e5lot Obwsnl "or"
In. MnilltlMil .! Ua sam' II.
CHUCK funds to Invest In machinery b ruli.r .,.... 4,51.r. Pull
ALL MEAT and by boom 17 Eittrmlnotlng M Hrt Mn>.. For t.rthor $-
3 any psy.chology
: 5n55. 3 I that would lead companies :?

99cIb to borrow to update their TERMITESARE WANTED: BAglSITTIIl to ".4 .
n efcild la or bomb s-I Uoa.rMd
plants and make them more d. .>. Phon ...-_.
Ibs competitive. Present loss of SWARMINGCALL 53 Help Wentetf, female
s. jobs to machines each year Is -- US-
put by some at two million. "A"TlIDr LADY ............ IsbSkkwSle.
1C UO. season U HIB1 Ul .. .. .
Post bar
69clb. -Profit squeeze might be Intensified ,,,bfe tour homo tb b'**.nl kvilob h" 551s '"Ilt _...IID.. 555..
by all of the other .. bl toad,.. and bBlb PrloMii .1..1, II'. 50515,5. 05515.5 LS .
.. ..
". 4 ... III SO, b roo sawMduu C4rol.I.
peril Despite record earnings .. 11100. a room ..HIM, 7 JI' .er', PIKI4.. ___
lilt year many companies hold rbwu 11000CALL: siVIS.LSN r JOs.Op.5W51tr ror
that profit margins haven't kept .wt.1w1Uw.Paonl.t Au :to 5w.
... ,. fltte.Im .
I until btll Smn
OSAGEPEACHES FRESH PORK FLA. CRYSTALSOR pace with increased output and I rxutrxl Good trio. :k.oCbll -

LYKES' CIRCUS ,sales They lay competition la Whisk Chemical Co. "l>Onun.",.. ... MV -4111 lor bp
HERSHEY'S I holding down price to the point
that companies don't make 1501. 1.., eDI,. 05 II
WIENERS3Ibs.99C I enough to attract new Investments I IhU. CbU HU 90495.WIN .

SUGAR5lbs.S9c to finance the growth

No. 21/2 Can19c they might expect. But boom FREE TRIP TO
psychology usually attracts still

I more competitors Into any field. SURE EASYway WORLD'S FAIR!
And If wages go up, Increased ,

e sales margins.won't Still spell worse higher If'profit Inna- to push ahead la to LAST CALL To Join

1 O tion finally results, the benefits turn to today' "Automo- AVON Sales Staff In timeto

of rise In the dollar volumeof win free trip
B. S# Limit With $5.00 bile" classification for I
2 Can Limit ., Mere P.rchesesSWIFT'S sales and earnings is erased Writ P. O. Box 1395:
safe automobile
since the profit dollar buy lais dependable

All of these points ere advanced or
by some business and Call 682-4137

JEWEL CALIFORNIA SUNKIST Financial economists as warn Lakeland

ings. And even these worry- .
AaMlx KRAFTS type experts agree that right ,- -- -- -- ---

LEMONS now things look pretty good and
that the nation as a whole
FRESH seem to time to .
expect get "'
Shortening even better, c-:::

29c dozen .

MayonnaiseFRESH Gibson Heads .;. :2I1J

Adams CampaignIn f'\\


4 9c QUART I Tom appointment Adams today of Walter announcedthe 0 ,

5 C i Gibson businessman Jr, Bartow and civic Insurance leader DOLLARS

pound has Polk County campaign manager

1 QT. LIMIT for organization.the 1964 Adams campaign WITH

I In this capacity Adams laid
Gibson not only will supervise

GRADE "A" LARGE GEORGIA SMOKED SLABBACON 'i local forthcoming campaign: elections activities, but In will the LEDGERClassified

i alto serve on a continuing bull
ias, chairman of the advisory AdsIf

'committee of Polk County citizens -

I to inform the Secretary of

EGGSW :State on problems and activitiesin you're like meat families budget

their: county needs ell the help It ten get. The answer Is
Gibson, who I* a State Demo-
simple-use low cert Ledger Classified Ads
tie Executive Committeeman
sell the household around
to quickly foods
man, worked In several political
I' yeur home you're no lonaer IIIln It's "*).
campaign previously.
C Active in civic affair, he is a Make a list, then Dial MU 45.,ISI todayfor

past president of the Bartow I helpful Ad Writer.

Lion Club, past officerdirectorof :
Senior and Junior Chamber

: :of Commerce and a member of LEDGERClassified

:the Masonic Lodge. In addition
ha has been active in the Cancer

Crusade, Red Cross and
Ib19.I Ads
JM < Boy Scout
I Gibson .. a graduate of the ':'

I I Flor-ida Center S. Missouri end W. Lima St.

RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I three Ha Southern and children.Ms College.wife Sarah have!ll_III I II T''pholMU' -H31Io 0

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( ThOSt5
I hORSE rN4WNDYMPe aRaJMnOPlCI.5 Na7 iO SOU 80V Nod 'SO HlD Toll 134 Mobile Home Lets 144 Acreage, Lots For Sal
WeU. slow
+a rr flu.! CA* D BWNHmt PO !
54 Help Wanted, Mali 56 Salesmen = 011 1'llo01, IIU'T TO DO ONLY SN CO. OVID PACKTO TWOMIM 'TINT. .porrw PLANelt 0001k MOBILE PitHrthwar .. leSs 15w LAKELAND. BUT value, Lon

BMPLOTXD MOW Want to bet..: SALESMAN WANTED for horn = 'TW IN 8ANIA I'M fJURC IT LoT e IWH TVOUVS '11 al mitere 1.511.00. d. loss. un', .0. distanceSOUlblBtO Ud Mho*10,.
Mr ntinollt Reeiime CBP rBW 0, delivery ... 11-10 CcmmUal ) IS 1001.1. PQ8YiVD? SOT OONEfWf =U Jir7TFIVE 1,0 Call MO 3-OSS1 o MU

Ml Ukalud benefits. hospital
plus compeny I AOMO and .. 1
liation life accident led .w ..
iroup OHOVI LAND -
WILL FAT till par vest Per 3! health, Apply Bordcni DArt, tic tank paved .a 1 .plo
ud .. huh .
weeks to train operator' for m.Jo. lerden apaoe 6SKOOILAROB 1..110
.U aervloo Italian Smell ID...... 44 Lake Wire DrIes.PlED ,warn flm send,
for IndustrIal LA.U0eD OAtOI55 IObll. tto per Torso
Nest raauIrM. 6I3-OM4 SALEBMIN .
chemical sales alec mechanic Horns Puts. I. sIlos '1 down Son R, L ...
NO EXPIR1INCE required sales Apply 1732 Will Olive Opts. IbId Old TampaElohwsc. R. 0 Leu or Rav Lels
Tralnlne furnished, all wall. iInterview brent or call MU l0.srs0000 ba .0.'Cooke Realty. lotl ..1 tin I.
cornet. debit spec I. LnksliedstartIfle I. phono 5004133.P0.11713 .
p", 11100 55. week tbo. .. Modsra. .. _
Must be flurried end between ... 51 Work Wonted1 r.d. LID 1 acre,
17. lood MU, Mmcleared .
at end 40. Plies t2-0440 Cot ;;
MOBILB home lots. East /I. Pluit City Oolp
TRACTOR WORK wanted 545w.Ike 9014 Milton Street
of Lakeland 1180 ton Terme SI* dow.,
WE HAVE Immadlat openlnii toe and dleclni New equipment : Phone MU 1_', 505 .. Gardner. R. C. te i It
two (I) ambition. nut man botown Quick ....Ie.. Call for tree eetl nor K Lele Dick Real!,.
Cue am ot >1 and 41 10.100. Prod L Powers MO 6-013 I 135 Roomi for Rent toll E 101 Main I. shots 616iijoverlooklni .
who Intonated In matins ulo
an .
WB work, dleelnenowlns
DO tractor
110.000 a roar plus top trimbeneflle. ..Al53s ADISACTIVE 51115144
with Pelt Count,.> toad fill dirt.. Reasonable landecaplni,.1864047 AI. has of FINANCIAL MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS utROB ROOM .near kua.Oentleman lots. Lake Olbsour .
Ire Chrysler-Plymouth dealer AspiC pn'err "1 Na.iouabis paved IUMU. boat bum,
In person to Mr. O C Ham, 618.1136 IoIU 1.131.ONB 1.1 .. "2-1407.

ill Norm Florida AvenueWANTED WANT CARPENTERING work 65 Mortgages 97 Article For Sole-Mist 103 Fursiture A Appliances 120 Form Implements I 129 fiirnlihtJ Apartments ROOM S orsentle..... Dm0.tulasd RBAI BAKOAINSI Near Lakeland

: EXPETtlBTfCBD .eauanor P reasonable ..... Call IoI1J 00133.. smell tract of land up to

wits nan repair automatic tranmliilona .. price No lob too email. 813- .IDY. BUILD Mil reflianM PItA CLOTHE8LINBI POSTS ireatlr TV IARGAINa. Cempletnt, ... PRD TCR IV" (eN pro. LAKE PARKER lovely brand new PRIVATI private. 10 acres, some with housss,
O..r..... ho can mate 1318. and VA DI.rt...... Plrel Mor reduced t and 3" completelywelded. built .nd noaraetyed 13' VI endSt. puss dll tour room, tile terranofloora bath. twla KHeB. ,' with sheds. small down
alps and mora per ...k. Hoaplal -' WILL KEEP .hlldnn .1 mylooms. enee Corp. ol Florida, tot .. Plortva 48" ......... with I Pres InstallatIOn, AIwaps .111I"'. lilt b... ' Cures room bl... electric .tion. Boutlutde on 1 h.m.11. Call Malcolm Thomas
1 and ills Iniuranr paid wuratIon. II s. went or lola b..r. ida .. MO "3131. booth 1680 and 111 to Stir.come La..I.nd' boot bore ID ass or IoIU '-1. I b.I. tint floor MU .. .. MU 3.3811. bu nlihli 668-7686 Bert RodiorsRealtor .
00.1..1) Bill Youuts. Pee.dartle Fenced yard Swlnii. Health card, FINANCING drllenp 505. Phons eon- used TV as NIIo w De, IV 130JAuburP 688-2711
Citssroist, no North FlorTREE loenstd 0525550.IUELIAOLE AVAILABLE CooetrtIoa aloe, IoII1100acl..ln. daIs 110.0. Op.a IIU 5 00 121 Mobile TO RM oman esotmsl. CORNI BEDROOM. D.Uol
tease with last i aol and bath FOUl CHOICE South and
.... IoI1J .117. H.m. Pr..1 111. .V w.rklr. Ll.
Id. MAN-31. Kills echooiraduato personal pro.r. '
Mrvlce lor bulldereproepeotlva or Cut Dp frontal.
I.rnlled Relor.D" 01. 11'11' MuaOolls.MU .Id.
8UTORHY h.lpellmborB wasted Elperlenced .eupervleohauffeur .. ownerc. Lakeland AUCTIONFriday TRAILER SALES rentes, Incur. lulred. la.1102. ..tor. aonlni Print ...
axp.rl.nccd preltrre< ; license 663 7507. 1 "orlll.. Oo'P.. lOB south 104 Gal, Oil, Fuel anne, .Ior.... parta auppllei, In. OUR ROOMS and Wall-Is. .1. .r. 63..12.
Call 633-3430 allor 4 pm. Tennessee Assue. ..a 173. bl. ROOM: PRIVATE kitchenprlvlleiei
COLORED WOMAN wants par Kites Only cured. bonded local and national rail earpetlni. I Arn.nlsan b.l. 11BSON PARK. Attractive laktitw
MAN UNDER 45 lor di-bit Win. tins or miller work. Call IoIU LOCAL IIIAIONIID 1'1. mostFans. PROPANE 055 'or _liD.. boat.Ia. transporter, Jack.. 4710 New furniture. adulte. | r South Suo- U dli .. Mi Lira wooded nut wl.
7:30: P.M .. tot water. Irnlnatlos IDduo- Tampa HUbway, MO trance ..U. .
ur teases or Luke Wain Ouarantmd 3-0660 .. '3.0000 11.000 For La.lornntlon -31 ewer and water In. G terme,
814 B
trIal .... onable -
Call e50-200$ 1e7's 1Ja.
itartlnc ularr 1410tnonuilr wlshee phoas 004-2253. W. boy Mil for OWNER oh.. *BO Company.
WHITE MATURE lady PoItlon or poe TRNBPIIRRID. mu.tnull ADFIS.ACTIVELY L.d .a-l.
POrtal 0. Snm.lo. 1323 New .
COOl pl.... truisms >r.- housekeeper References 61 E lotII FRNlaHIID AOOU9 fOB rent Breeee _dl.UODod.
aa and 0 bsdr000c .
.0 In Medulla
Autuesdals JIleliwae.
iram Apolr 1131 East 1oI..rl.1 drl'or''e license Write Ins F.3J4. JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION Pos street, hog and oold walter Ineach .tlel
0005Florida. Phone MU 3-3501. test
67 Wanted T Borrow OrdoD' od city
B .d., Lokelaod betwene e 30aod L.I.I.nd Lod..,. CENTER Park. 181301. r... dally maid ...I.. lot .10.. 1.310.I IWeslede
noon or Stoat IoIU 3.17f1 1oWArel'ED 10S JwllryWI 'tics DUPLEX and sara.o 'P". $0 97 per week Mn Oar. AIM .11. COLORED WOMAN would Ilk. 'ANTED MORTOAOI loe. 1381 0. .. 13 15.5cARPEr .0005 TRAVELO with full else Water lurnlihed Nearleie .. ...r. Phone Oranie wills IMup 0
t.ssi dworkof day'6 work. none ComlO.rolol.l.d..trlai properl.. bath, air ...dltOD.d. Ales 50510pahana 1033 Cumberland MU 8.9084 931 .a.7. ., A... Wooded lou Northslde 1.0.
: 8ONIIONII vhs waste PAY .b, dinmood.. 'Dld with and Hot lorl ReDI. Ioulh.ld.010..
MU neoao.COLORKI 100* occupied, two tenant Eeellent < CARPET WnUtowauMilllads. I.
00155. old 'old. 5115cr. NEAR Own ,
10 mete mn'. title 5150 per DI'U'u" Wood panellni will aellicparalely CLB. bo. up gO.DI. dleoounte oonalaeredor .
> WOMAN wante job payment record Ol... aun son 10 Four N.IoOD' J..It. 101 South riP"Id. elo'i. vlnt mlt 868HM3JLKJB.AND .
...1. Must M seed body repair 68a- dll" I. NICI ROOM for .. Prl- b.ld to .
man. H..tlal and Ilia Iseorusre Ive days week Xiperlencedad rent II.too annually. UIMurance I. shape and else and edied Mew .. 6a.CLEARCE kitchen. .e porch bath rate blISs pmirato Near .
Contact" Bill, Youni, PtndaiChtvroltt. .... housekseper carlnt for utllltlel. 1300 WlUlt irlni fabric mill-ends are here Phono MU 'o.a. or MU I 3J64 lootheate. .tr. HOHLAND Duncan j
FloridaWANTED hlldren Call 686.1677. 8000, will pay IV N InterestLedier 'inter' tabrloi reduced. Rave at SALEm Po I : '
310 North 106 & Tools .
Machinery NICELY FURNISHED duplei.
Bus F 939. nor. fabrloe warehouse. ealaa 681. o .a.102. clearlni : b'I'
: APPLICANTS for tfrlrm -COLORED OIRL .nlo hotel sr -_ ._ 0: C-Hamilton Fabrlei, liishwar. 20 .. war Woodall TraIler Park Juatft roed "

Apply. In pinon only YellOW, motel .rl. Call IoIV 2-0050. 01 11 10 mAce North ot 1Urstele 12-INCH .ARS band pan, $75inriUdlos Prices Cut Ta Tha Bone Chestnut 314 1oI..oL Aporti. 'cme tl laketront .

Cab Company Ill Wait Lime. EMI.RETIRED Christian mal: HORTICULTURE 4.OACRIPICS. lb HP ..0..... T5i.phuar \eb I volumi clearance month Drive. MU "llT. 11Unfuml.le M Ass"CR Clt,. c'or. ,

wants work In home at attend 'HELVa, displa, ,KU c-WOO. DEE'S REAL CLEAN ameor. Two adult., LINCOLN 0 0 ApartmentiLakeland Tirnu WO.000. W. B.
BALIIBIoIAN.MANAOIIR it-cook-or other 813.1768. 502.. 71 Fortlllzir Feed Soil 000001rs, nail bins. sash ...1.. n. Dote. Must coo to arlormlate.Att.c' flneal 'o oolore peo- Realtor. 8881338NIC II'I

norldai Iradlnt iwlmmini poobonus I toe lor. pel board displaysole. 683 1.07 Plumbing Supplies MOBILE HOMES I. 1144 OakhlllCOTTAGE pIe. North Unooln 14 Wo 1thMD 1.11 lot ohm. itwu,

huitdrr I. isobiPi for m..or NEAT AND deprodablo m.ld ROUND PEAT murk Prat am 8823 0. 'BY.11II8. _. A lam furnished 1..3. 1850. lot acuity In

talons I. the Pelt C000tU area would like five dare work sr soil Located 3300 I. Main. TYLER VIIOETABLI taco. $150lOsotrln. 045 N. Wabash MU .....brm with kitchenette ...db.l. TWO BEDROOM ctupl.I Ibr bedroom. sublet 10 '
Man .I.elod will IissssaroloOpotentIal BUlar lob. Call MU 1 1J3JFINANCIAL after 4pm .
Pat O'Neal, MU 3-4631 Oor. 8J. NorUt 1toII.I..k GJioft4R 180 NASHUA bed c.IIU Mewlr aonth. 11r. mortieie iimlte.
La airs'. st 112.000 per ,. 10'.1' T. Leahr ,
FURNISHED OR semi furnishedbeautiful .r.:1
,.... Our profit aharlnt plan CLEAN PHOSPHATE land for roomi front .11. nod MU 17004.JUST CHOIC1 10'.14' lot I* sIts. 1417Pens
anirmtnt and iroupU ,.... Also sand and dirt for flU.I. sLANTlEIDLI Sinter. Current HEATER FROM WARDS e.ndIUoa .too. Phone on Lake Morton 163 Pac.. .ao.
I niurancaduitry the bait lo the In. Davis. MU t 3015 model sewing machine. Sold for 68.a704. 1.505 Morton Drive Phone MU PINUHED. three I bed OslO 131
Quallftod Iood. an lunlihrd .rer 136000. In eicellenl oondlUon Have Hot Water When ItROPH 3" two 1-3001. r..i apartmenu far adulta. Central
113 OKI ACRE 1700 Terme. 5rota.amith.
from ailnulta nawnpaperrad PURl CHICKEN ferlllier. C.IIMU Need responsible party to You Need Itl14Hr Or.. TraIls. CI.broom.. a, 3, and 4 rooms til last Bay heat a air eondlUonlnt. Reiletered 18 !
'o and TV adv.rtlilna. Periontflactfd 62 BusIness Opportunities 13241 Orlffln Knliht IU>- to 05.5cr IT 00 monthly pay #98, Lakelandconceivable Lakeland 140 to 165. adults ..0.I Over 1.000 ft. of mini area Broke. .
will ba kitwMn 9> and tiue Road_ _ menu. Complete. balance only Installation ,. Option purebasa Owner Built-in renie. On. block from 0131
4o. .......t... aalM ptrionallty CHoirs BUSINESS and Income COW FERTILIZER tor .01.. 110I '1130. MU '-'13'. 117 N. KentuckyMU CAM.RS pIckup OALORE V-u. New a000mallo 1004.,502.3305 1 online. At 731.144 Park Hill VERY DESIRABLE lota U coed
local contact and own load Call tames Price. MU i' Call Don ..11. .12..11 ..rlae.2IV3. residential, eeotlon In .nd
none .10
LMI.A.Onalior I.IKtI-r.'POD.lbl.,
Mel Rudy
opertlei WOULD full now Orsoodaip eusditlunlnsEl STUDIO APARTMENT '
0117Call 2.5103 i .rDhed. .. ,
Bus 5-
autotnoblo Writs 5001515000.
hi own 1537 B. Memorial Blvd 'I ro t.k. 50e5 II 00 m..IIII pay.msOlu Dorado sam psrwlthe cry ileest la Lakslend I
M 3M LakHtnd Udl r_ J. PIAVY flU dlrl. Clue root : Blectrolu. 011 DUPLEX Uiree rooma.andIh
MU 8-4107 W. '1 > on .Ir. Llste for 17.000. .b s on* bedroom '.rDed. Call \ alI.
2 COIN Leundrlee 40 ........ 32driers. orator 'Ui.elan. phosphate sand' .aner with all attachment OS Planet ft Musical Init. our price only ..1 1160 Chev MU 1-0441 I Modern MO ", ..u. lost KM SALE Kathleen two I
VAN DRIVER* nndrd. Earn both MU 1058. Sold for 115150. Complete bal rolct pickup new travel East Lemon ItrMt T.I.poD. J..lo h Ih
.. owuir-oparilar drni '.' Bicellsnt location ance cue 137 S3 883-4137. Loaded with, Llste ONE BEDROOM apartment Hi!.0961. 1 1DEUX. 00 1 MU ".ho.
tesTs an 6750. John i. ......... Real. ROUND PEAT Bpeclal, $2 yard ONO ANTIQUE nprliht BertalnLonnell t..Ue. ly decorated, very clean : I 1.
toe North Amu-Iran Van 10., 050.4103LAKELAND'O elIte delivery. Basel Peit Com COCA COLA bun. 3a. Gore 11I_ Inn. 500 South FlorIdaAersu. for '300. cur price only 13. NU IIIBae.OARO. : 8OU81DB ._lm'DI. DOUBLI CORNER lot. HearBAuthwwt
LlnH America ImtMtinwInimovlnf sleet ds-pap if. 4351 Lakeland Hllla Blvd.. trio. 23. North Kenioybr.NECVHI .. MU 1.310,1 005 Yillowstona traIlerprnplsle. r. bloods.en. Junior and trammerehooli
( van company. Compute FINEST .".1711. Sleeps loo.Brand newinto APRTMENT. three nIl bout. lots of closettace
tralnlnf w tit pay, tree uoifsrma.Cr. lUll .oln operated l.undr.m.l. ZIQ Zoo automatic sew. HEAR '27.Our price only 1.11 room and kitchennear 111 lane. Electric 1.00. MorrIs R..r.
llcei..... free yon ialnujnd .-inn h..llh ........ 1.17 Ide.wsud .. In. maohnc' Llk. new Makes 1064 camper. New. lIsts .. .. Phone MO I itehen Oak rm. 313 La.... .II .8.3.
n.n.. plenty otHlllni work No Drive.TRAILER. 72 E Flowort Soodi, Plants button holes, lens on buttons. THE NEW LOWREY for 1108. .1100 here 1H4Oypeir 0386 176. Alter I phono MU 14334
required Applicant must PARK. a. ....... 0trailrs. blind stitches, monoirams. .... WITH AUTOMATICOJICOEITRA camper New llste for o
be between 23 and lo, have a. and new I bedroom housetv PIITONIA. BACHELOR buttons Mates all fancy stitches sold for CONTROL a 6IB, Our price only ".8. Dick. 130 Furnished MUl. 1 ACRE LOT

isis model tractor or a reasonable on sorts. 330000 Write Boo .nd .n.ooro.on Slant .1.00 p.r 6.149 50 Complete balance now 00 PLAT a one-noto melody A.1 SolOs. 101 East Mam H.uI 139 Unfuml.. Houses
down payment We will ..- loIa81. LakeUnd Lod.... 100. 1319 East Lomon .1. due i 871M or 6100 per month clot your rliht. hand and auto Phono 14610 .
slot In llnanrlni For further de RBa"137. itlcallr) yoir one-note melodylomea TWO BEDROOM home AduIOionly. Close In SE Lakeland
roll Pcnonnel Department NEED OPERATOR for major oilcompany ) LAROE AZALEA 75e. Orattedroses HOUIIRI. 30 .. Very NO pete. References 500musth PARTLY fvnlihad I and
tell, nation. Smell Vlb.r.num. BARGAIN: MEAT .1100.. sIsotriswsaa s full .h.rd-ll. more Can be seen at AL Hard Road City Water
service II 60 LHustrum
Fort Wayne 3K-7410451. and mrat bloobe 0050Elsotmls tim from the very tint D.101) permanent resident M3Eaet Mel Rudy ReaJtor
saw br.
write North Amorle.n Van Lln.. cepltal required 883-0814 or Boxwood Juniper. Hollyracanlha LIe North KentuckyZia 8KB BEAR PLAT Tn.I..P TraIler Park. Lake Valencia. la7 Wla BI.e 050-
Department lit: Fort Wayne nihte 6883J3ICOMPLETE Pr Jasmine Tropicalanta THI MANY beautiful itylea Sow Park. Ideal For Trailer
TWO ROOM kous. EasrLemsocStnpet 110.
lndiaoL HARDWARE Block p1 and tree Owen Nurser; ZAO automatic eewlnl machine Foil aALI: corn.oletnlr 4 .
to be moved Meet .132 South Florida Open Bui. console. Like new Com 'ANNON Tr.le. .2' TV, UNFRHIHEDUPLD b d or Otherwise
and futures
vacate bulldlni 1723 North Plor.'d. -day afternoons pl... balance .JlII or 86 00 per MUSIC CO. new antenna. lane hot water 'EAST SIDE eottaie '.0. On oarprl. ..
Salesmen .. month Fully ......t..d. MU 2. 303. Florida Ave 882.1111Op.n heeler and attached cabana IB lIne Fenced rrd. Children .0. .. ... 10. 1311 Carolinaeu4071 I ONLY ONE I I.
56 '
73 Foods, fruitt Vogtbloi 4137 FrIday Erooinee' :30. Both ".Uo and cabana covered come MU 9 '1
NEED PART time parloerwUtnomioni
LADY' NICYCLB lIke lew, ball ACCORDION. lao Ban. 5 weeks b passer 01. Loc.1 In NICE ONI all THREE BEDROOM with earport
PULLER BRUSH men are.... Investment fully secured Hilltop Trailer .. broom. .1otorlo 807 North n.m.nlll 250 dn $3500 mo.
prle.. T.I.phon. MU I 112' .Id. 7 ..II In tale Writs Bun F 931. ORANO" ORA.IPRurr. Pitted C.I 2.39'
0'er 1100 a week area h. Lake Trailer Court Contact Cool \
cuara sloe 1180 best cash .1.
or 1-121
Do pout You can eipeet to cart LedierAutomoble daily. W. .blp. Do..., .. eel.eseler 48 CASE Tyler beveraie cooler. : Glenn 33 Buddy TWO
otter Immedl.lel,. BERM l.r'loed .. .
Wrllo 110' 101.a8O. DWitt
hat much lo start Call we-4>4> Ro" Oore Klectrlc 2J* North Keitucky L.k.l.nd Ledeor. .1.l Ken i Mobi. no Stoop for .. \ dnl. Call 165 MODERN two bedroom. dueleotrlo KIRK McKAY
..v PM. tones Ipso can quaIlfr MU IO53.TWO else, ""bo .3..24 or
Bervlco Bushiest site AMAHA CONN planoa .1. 683-5101. Phone 6863243
for dealershipSCORE orpaoa..ersIne. :
appru 118000. 110000 down 76 i Landscaping DISHES-BOOKS. lift Items tblcs Hliheet duality and eta.llty PAClMUR. 10'.8'. Excellent BEDROOM duplea. aIr. sea.dlllnalue. .
TWO OR thses bedrooms.
store. main Hwy la town chairs, dmks. plctun 055-3751. 1043 South Flor furniture choice oewlr deroratod. pen. .10.::
Grocery .ndlto. ... .
ueedera I. stores bu. 1
frames. appliances and othei tonwituss loll New Tampa Huh masses re.idrooe. Phone MO 3451 IhooL
idl Avenue .
STRIKE 113000 HARDY SOD CO. .1 2201 000hrao Ilrool plf 0500001.STUDIO Inrludlni 68-331lOioeola .
A .ay. 83150. Bee It Ssvclumos I la.a81 harp.IWO .1111.
.. Bearitowi63J 35 ACRE TRACT
.sornsrsea r Heathy Lawn Dresses W..h A5nue. PIANO enahoisutNtamiihtc TWO bedroom d.pln
.500. CN.1601Traler : a edlni P ant rje h' BaldwIn. FURNISHED .PARAI .II\RM. sear LatsHunter. CEN
0425 1012
t.lle ....
oloes ( 020
FREE EIGHT JALOUSIE window, 3.. and 30 ..b. OM Btato Mood 80-0 pelts Weal
ESTIMATESM south Pltusiola.PIANO
J. .
Against budget UU Sell Park approi 4 aim AI', Comnlelo with HIM, antIoo'reean W Illams. Lake Deer Trailer Park.tooth Phone MU 1.9583 la. p Inquire l Pnlrnotto.C of Mulberry at County Una. HIgh
8J1IOOCunvaleacent. SIN Ollmora MU t-eoll Best offer tales MU I. : MASON and Hamlln Con. W ntor Haven H R I. rolllni iround UM for hon
the furniture you no longer Home, Ml,100. 1 TRACTOR WORK Mowlni, dleciradlni 031 alter 1 30 pm. 101. walnut Bipenilve piano .1 ONE BEDROOM air ..ndilino 5130. 3 IWROOM. Itee motel or _m.rcla. .
a eel b....,.. Call Bsrtoi ,ootlal. Electric kllh.n. .)sal
moo. .nd plowlni Specialles a real at $ acre
lal W. MaIn
uso Inexpensively with a In yard eeedlni and irad INOER ELECTRIC Illht Portable In .mm.ins .33..7aO. 124 Trucks, TrollirsKentucky balh Adu ta.. 653 D. CityHlihvay 81..ron.n... R.IIo. QOOD TERMS
JOHNJ.BRENNANRealtor machine with .qodonndillon 6M 5180.
fast.action Classified ad 'its. 683-8457 68. 1136.
198 MU S-SINS. 10 Restaurant Equipment loss FOR pint-es trurt. S.o.S. OMAI.I. EFFICIENCY sotta.e, RENT OR aell air conditional.
Dial MU 6.1151 now -LMLA- I6-4103 STA1NLBBB steal drall .nd euedltlon. 0.105. U'lorl uOlitlss furaoed. I.u.dr prl.. beautiful three bedroom Uvlni. A. S. MORROW

INSTRUCTION raSp beer bus. Ours 81..torl. aJl IC. MACOINI, Pslsldair. alter I p.m. U... .or.n., oup1.. 052lAbsjl.&AN mini.FlorIda room 1.1 aide REALTORS LM
North X.Dtuel : 'ItI 0210 Mempow .
a Clans, drnb dlsosoesre. 1"3 INTIRNATIOHAL slokuo- Branch )
$4 Schools ions steel draft beer ".. taucete .. ooly 1000 Kilos By owner, II. CLOSE IN Southelde. Senen TWO bedroom neuee .. I Memorial Blvd

\99 Boots Motor, Supplies Phone Bt Pcterabui. 78. C.1 MU S-6348 rooms, ..r.. sloe yard. Good n" In. modem _"Dlon.I MU f-7188
SERVICE'FOR ,B38-8671: collect. r.I..tlai d I/or C.I I .month InquIre 11 Went
noRIDA" LAR018T aod nstelmodro US Busts If street.TWO .
Cruiser with 50 \
IM3 11 Cibln
Cohen.b..I. .ehool.515 I. LakalandSetut Pin. aLOOm.I..I' HP Evlnrude olertrlo etart motor IISporting Good O'IUI. 552-1012. BallROOM button tom rest, 145 tiilnoii
.IODd.led 000dIOontd. sod tilt tmnit.r '87B. MU I.8403. 8ED BUSES for aale. School orIty P05100 Road at Qallerap. Pr.p.r
aIr Ford, Chevrolet. 131 Rest MlscelleneousC 'nth. MU I-1813HREE 1
II .mpl. patbioe IIIU 54513.ATFENTION 7aO South Blvd OPEN HOUSE Apache eamplnira type OMC Fo ,

DIRECTORYBUSINESS MIINI Train now asa II') LOSE star tihnreias sroorr motortrailer eabmnorunnrSOHPM t..II.March .It.33 Prestos. Place order IM4 modele nd refree 'Mac p. e.I..I tnID.lo..I.. Pram Lewis. belt 415 IO M M E RCIAL side, Dlileland BEDROOM area house. .. I
.. .. RIITIAL ::
hsary esoulomsotopensia. Electric winch 1101 Har remus bonus. 14t to leo Devery B.tb Avenue, 10* '.r.l.he or .ooDI.hed "Dl. dInlOn room plenty o REAL[ [ESTATE[
'fr'l.ed men Sara .111 weotip ... when desired Open 50:1055. ..
YOU TO US! AS A QUICK REFERENCE sod up. N.llo..ld. plaoemenserttce. sell Avenue. .Jua, MU '- B7' .: Id oil John'. lIIIa Park 10a. .0551St .Rto.. 111 'aol M, MU...8-4114 1034 Sou t T..

WHEN YOU NEED ITI! 0....... .poorl.nlt. MEYIIRS-U' Aluminum bnaneoolb .I.d.. Piseilas Part. RENTALS .IO 'Do 1
Write Ralph M..nln. .Uh) Alpha' 12 KP with oalesbou 0 Iihours. CLEAN THREE bedroom IH
'i'calslsu. Iohool.. 702 .1. CaLm 0300 ...h. Cuya IoIU 51415. 12 OAUOI noOssesutumatir 133 Mobile Homit b.l. Dilelaad location 880
Furniture IIlr..I, Tom. P'lonlda 33802. Plants 'B3-43ao. welvett Oold Inlaid like new Phono MO 4X093.
21 Business Places fmANCINGFOR
Appliances I 1100. 683 3300 'I lit
AIR CONDITIONING rolrlenratlon 101 TUBCARORA 860 monthly

FOR PROMPT .....,.. on re,".- SnIDE "'t. DssC furnIture petroL' men nnnd.d W. Orals '0.. 103 Furniture! i AppllancoiREFR1OERATORS 112 Wonted Mlicilloneout Ton RENT or leieo. bulldlni Free Rent. Two bedrooma CB Stove andrelrlierator
...10.., waahlni, stinhitot .nd Matlosr'e purDII.... Fkone eu5131. -, Writs COmm.rcl" Tradee Joatltote. .11..1 1211 South Fonda Ave corner S h h I. y. RealtorM68803 .
sail Thrifty City, Boa M.aB'. L.kel..d led- W a I B Keel Belmar Cao be used for 883-511t .I.hl.
appliances any
..... .. CASH I"OR" rOar enticed stems
service Department 8861185Aule heelers air mod ol business. Plenty parklniico Free NEW TWO sIr toodl.
IIIU 3.33TT.OooD Towing.
Lamp Repairs makes repaired Prompt expert Just i lew bocke from lIon .rl.I. POSRO. No
Service 10"1. Set 05 ton .ood used so.piltsOns USED turoilure end .thor Southern Collrfe Call Bert I 5100.
RepaIrs LIVESTOCK your 1t.1.ln.lo. and household mono. Top prl... paId Bursk MO I-4011, tIll April I Cl. R. Harrl Ra.t.
LAMPI RIIPLAC.IoI&NT .hsdroLame 1'I0r. dealer Nile ss Die .. TVuppIlaster. MU 3-J 8! or MU "- 304. I.i central I Florida most litre IW1VI. 0 HOME BUILDING
.PlCCIAL CAR rack SI 50. Wash part. and Import: 1330 Auburndale Rd ..PER month 10 so. ft. new modern mobllhomo park
aodwaO '1 ... eAR OseenStump. ?I'ua Sooth Onleaoo Areeon. II Dogs, Cats Pots MU 53171.VACUUM WASTED WHEEL Coil $022252. r'. Concrete Inns over .IsltIrele REAl ESTATE AND BUYING
., Free pick up and delli 04031.Msvtng brad floor Sou'hslda. Call 183 M mobllhomo ranch todayall

err. :3304 South Florida 883 DOARDINO ROLL Nenoels.Chni. CLIANKRO .buill., rs.ossdltiOned 1.7. or 6..all.dMALL ol tasillll.. on mln rates
Repalre Paste
'I74SOENERAL. I. Storage .Dd Ted Vas AIiID. Dow Qraesfleld Electric new 31JI Cleveland AUTOMOTIVE IHIIXP.NSIVI oUc all new recreation bulldlni 143 Mobile Home left I C COMMERCIALPROPERT

TIRE Service Fror Vlulbonrp nisloway. Ph.D. IfU .illhte Blvd MO 69317. ..... for rent 011111155 '. .
end allinment truck and ear ALLIED VAN Lines tor beet moeto 200B13.WIRI ed Majeellc Barber Sbop Orove'ark ITS ALL NEW A LAROB shady lot I

wheel and u..d ....I... Y.rnoll W ipshsu a.C e HAIR Chlbu...... T., I U AutomobIles For Sole Bhopploi CsnterIt for tra : Labs Parker. Sep-
tlr'e,-retread MU i-8171 Tr...,... tn.. Aeesl IsV0'URIl. T.rrlsn.. Plkln..... Pnm.nanlam Out Today To tIc T.. and .Pa' LOAS

Oerm'D tr..I.aI flat, SLIGHTLYDAMAGED M3 CHEVY II air conditionedutomatle S FLORIDA AVf -1380 11-13.
Auto Seat CovertLINDS Jananl.s. monk.... and .PDII.. "...011..10.. radio. n. if II Oseewair ... .. CIRCLE M
Pointing COI.r'. Pol .hop. III PosIt It... eater, tinted .1.... 51.505dO .p_ In Ideal location nit
: root,. MU .1161.. 8BII-71U. Pelt Theater and .. iron TRAILER I FIRST
pl.... automotive Interior. lIt SPRINt 'PECIAL. Will Damn BKTWSPOODLB .ho.p" P... 1963 14 rerrlgerator.freezerl WI 'INA/ICB. y.ur .rodll Ispeed. Nsw Pelt Perol- bulldlni. Per FEDERL
lust Main Phono MU I.1510. blunt Ulm. 00. .0.1. p.I.1 tooiodsd ....... ernomlos. .tod. pup.pIe. Low as 040 do... ......1.. feet for 1. Owneri will' LOTS
two or thr. bedrOom .. Ian Itathl..D Ro'd. Chap, combination with freezer at Used Care, 686.1668. partition ipaea suit Week Special
ho... 'or 005. Ailo 000s.wa.h- 613-48.6. Some, .0..a6a.. menta. H. W. Itockard, PhO
BookkeepIngaOOKltlEPINa Retail
BBa"311. the bottom. value.I II MOA Ro.d.lOI' PrVerranrd New EXTRA LARGE .
In. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES ARC .... Create p.lI. IIIB. '1r1D. IoIU lae.313.
AND Income Tae FLOOR FINISHING sIstine, lilered 1153 rarkhurit Avenue *400. $250 cash buyi it or 5.0011 .nllm. I 50' x 10' ROYCRAFT PAVED ROAD LOAN
Service Day or ...ntn... fast pa.ntlni. Interior. eiterlor work B6B.3680 make payments of $10.29! 1003 RAMBLER 8-Door W".D'JOO 29 Furnished CRYSTAL
Freo estimates. reeeonable Apartments LK ,
eervlca. Bill Cam prloei $4995
dependable Sash trade Sod assumeOaym.ate.
TWO nsslatnn.d or
AKO I Poodle
688-4UJ 68J.3616. Mr. T.r..... pup- month with no down payment .
Phone 6B3 1151 pi... One ecmale mol. OD. block Phone MO ..I. AEA Downtown and
: Call MO 8-3381 II PONT1AC smell V-S "RI.HI OB 1301 West Ariana St : Orange
waion .. I
Building Picture FromisPICTORB WANTED: OOOD homes for on.Lsautltid m.lor. DO" tIres. oacellent ooodltlen son monthly Nance. Apart. On 7 Days I C P.M'I $1,49500 Tennes

black part Persian and Phone 682-0161 MU 1-3300 .. 0 iro Phone
O a N B R A b CONSTRUCTION FRAMES: BeautIful use> Siamese ..1. Verr Inlnllisesthooonhrokn.o.nt.n.d .1. $150 $25 81
1161 CHEVROLET Station Wlionutomatlo
Room addition Custom cabinet framea and mouldlni Cuetom and MU I.. i iDINITI'B UPPIH TWO bedrooms U>in7 CLEAN MODERN furnished tou.n.irallor. mont I
Interior. eiwrlor deccratlni reedy made da... Art Shop 0301. V e. .> UanemlselonThree room, kltohiB bath cedar aloeete .. 01..... G 11,1.. Grove Crystal Lake
Orleana MU 3.3304 new tlree. sew tai 1:100.: teraranoess. bus Adulle soodlIluce. .hed. Phone Par
French and modem puellniRooflnl 3607 11< .1. 'ET. forOlI.. loopchairs .12.71 Otll. .
Call MU 3-4183 after 4pm. Drlvo Meadowbrook
and ildlni Free lOllm.I. 012 .0. WIll AOI d.IIY1', ... sod .1. 13 682-2283
Phon. MU 5.2151 .
... Kaey payment Call 886 Plumbing Supplies MU 6.8U3 1960 MERCEDES: Boss 180 four 10T APAaTIIT 3n57.olin I Phone 686-7121
:1650 Fine craftsman Local contractor door eedan Leather Ulterior, air '. rm.. I..n. utlU. f. onogoose tonu.Se .
Lloenied and bondtdRIMODILINO 19 llviitotk ndllloned. Kicellent condition Tattoo. Iflsbwa.PURNIOHED 10..L .1 NO ton rOot. C.U 'urnlod
AWNINOa7acreened K. H. 1oI0RRI8 Do.II Yourself BADCOCK'S Call after 0 dally 613.0441. 3111Indnitsnd.Srf 3.3va. 144 Lots For Sale Gt.A5bOFiSD OIOPLAY"
Pl000lomns and Kloctrl.oI eupoune.Fres APAOIMIOITC .1 ONI BEDROOM trailer with cs
patloi house icreenieldlni Isotormatlos tad d.U...,. SEVEN PIOS Includlni sow. III- Arc Havlri Their Sooth b.n. L ahto. water furnished
and ,...t... PhOne MU tool .ntal. SIp. cut and Ibro.d.ed ter of 4. Beet offer. teles.I MU 11167 Da IOro ....orllbl'. NIce .1 2.1451.T.D. Oeaaooakle. Laundry lacllltlee available. 3601 TVS ACRE tracts, sit 131
62387 for free estimate 21 kours ....I.., 0000410.LosSold 3037 after I 30 P m. SEMI.ANNUALTRADE.INSAThEARANCE 13.'. Oak A'.D". 1t.IllIotD. MU N.rU Florida .. month, Rudy '..nCHOICI G.M.C.
l.abeland a.0070. ONI BEDROOM paracsapaps. 5. Blvd
92 Wanted Livestock Pets menl. Child Off eveN ONI 55000000 trsilar .0 bus : .oliO I AnnounceTkt
CarptlingConcrete TAKE OVER 1M3 Cor-
erklni. wster 650. ... O. blotS to stoic,. sas '.
Printing cain Moasa 100. WhIte .111I rod 005.2462. and 688-4411. 140'. directly ben nd Clove, NEW. E.
CARPET EXPERT WANTED' A few dairy cattle any DP TO ISO In..I.r. tortes tour speed. and Helihte 31.
In.I.II.II. loI.lbor' Ftinolture.tAos. FOR ALL your prtnllnl needs knd Will pay top cash price.Poweri 1'IIADI.I" ALLOWANCE ..11..1 ....cIIUOD. 10111 .3013 ."AL TRAILSO. .0 ,1..10..11L" 0631, MU 0-3870,. 11 V TON PICK-UP
I 10'.la' roam
112"131. Dairy MO 8OVJ3MERCHANDISE. FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM altos 0 pOI. .10 .
sill MU 1-4404 Commercial Prese 886-4:109: LAND SOY-ills mad.uloared .
Inc Lelterheada llthoiriphlns UP TO sacTRADElu prl. pins lao4 .:, Only $1795
A asrs.
", ALLOWANCE 117 Automobiles Wanted TUUSAS NICE TWO bedroomo Private lot 340 ar cattle ranch ,.. and

POIt YOUR OLD LlVINO ROOIII Lake/root Ltahl and "l fur- 1.0..... Corral and loadlnlehateo tee Lewil V
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LICENSED CONCRETE centrictor Radiator Service UP TO 150 nlled.. Mo Pli .21 altar SU per acr 50 soresonIp "." .u. T...
Bicycles Motorcycles ,
Driveway!. floora, aldewa TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 55000 01505 d.D. 300 aeree.
....., .1...... curb patios and AlIT TYPI radiate. 10..1.. FOR YOU OLD APPLIANCE of people learn 60 head of 160001
brld.... K. H Morale 688-tllt. .I..nln. rooorin. rsbulidtcsPrddr's TRIUMPH AND Yamaha sales' DP TO 111 Pendents Chevrolet will every day 134 Home lit I .001 acres. few mIles from Cy- LKUAND FRAME
Lal.l..d. Radiator Service. MU and ....1... Steatrl5stsemodels. TRADE-rrl ALLOWANCI buy your ear If U'. deal MobIl rese Oardene. 0 a. hlihwaynmtaie
'.'111. .oorlo model lass.5505k that Its imart business WINO lore. Bee SERVICE
Lal.nd' Cyois Co. U. CAR C. Oardnef
Fences RADIATORS. 01.0CRneleaned Weal Memorial. 183.1381. Boo Thau Ipeelaj VelueiW.S.BADCOCKCORP. to advertise In the Classified : Park New InLakeland ,Dicta Realty : & Mais: W fttfmtv woao.e I.,. .,.
on vehicle eycle-flo method Re. and dry A
.. Phone MD -
MUTUAL PINCI Csmpnw,. 1D0 ralnet II trees. 0".1.. ., 2303 HIGH? lection Dial MU pal i'b. and :I 55555 eel-lIre
Lowest prlsse. ao does south Florida 8134607Riwiovlng 96 Antlquei Solo, Unee CLAOSIFIIO DlnPt.Ay"1" _,

juaranteed. Wo won't be u.dor. Pendarvta Chevrolet will pay for detaili. the a.. Orove Park Shopplnt -
cold Lakeland Industry MO 8tUt A II T I g U s.. our late model and "o 811 I.r. Ooed lake flihint and's. .
Free estlmatee.Income I"m. ,..... Main Store and Warehousei .a. afford Crye-
P04 homo In you I p110 N.r
wood Drive MlacELLANIIOU.1 Mulberry, Florida 0. loner the smarter tel .
FOR EXPERT ......In. of moth Dl. 17.n
Mulberry Itore Rouritlam Baa Mr Russell Mr Duns "
Tax k-'eB. snaiB, cllaretlo burnscall to I pm.", Frk altee o CLASSIFIED DI8'LAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY' FOR
97 Articles SALEBY
.10.. Kellurs Rn.... .5 until I

IS6-361I Open An Dsy Wednesday PENDAVISCHEROLE
INCOME TAX AUCTION SALE Over to aaeociato, Btorea eervlnt
Pools Florida
$3 and up Every Saturday 7:30: p.m., lakeland Associate Store OWNER

POOLS CLEANED repaired. BAXLA'S 111 No. Florida Ave.Badcock .

I 11 5 5. d. chemlcali aupplleiulpment Will Treat Ton Rllbt" WANTED CLEAN ,
H & R Block Co. O< W"' H. 703 Eaet Male AUCTION GALLERIE I 545451. Call MO .3.61.nor .1 1 1 Memory Acres Charlie Taylor Rd.

Werbdara N AM. 10' Pad.Oat. IIIU ""8A "Formerly Toe Auction Bouse" GOOD USED ,"rI.or.Io.I eulo I "Over 200 Cars To
I PAT CASH four plokup OrIon
.. Sun. N nil We Buy cr Bell for Tow feel with "'-1.. freeaerpartment. eom- ... o
ssn ssdPn 'n .od'L
Televisions o Choose front" I.rie control, irwjl end
U6I sny II W. MU 14138 IoIU .I 10 room horns S
106 West Walnut St. Phone MU 1-0033 WII.
I loetnwmi, 4 '
moo TELEVISION main on all &SH IN a f..b. car .r pl.. .tl. .ih.l. sir condilioeimo oito1hootieio
Phone 686.195S makes feet relleble service, call Vita TVS from 631 ... Ouar.anteed STEREO THEATRE '52 sreidsr 62FALCONS I Cort.ker KSWM Sad book. '2
thrIlls Cty MU .-.1... wo finance. Work nltradeins REPOSSESSEDThe 0111 Hocsrd.WA1OTKDt : .
TRAINED INCOME ice con accepted Admiral Sales Jock cans cc cow.snooks I koohky <>>?,. ,.. t coded .M fcta*,. fc,,,. ,,..

: eultant 19 30 4 00 7 00 till Upholsterlnfeonable At TV,Service 454 N.. MU WebesnREPOSSESSED 1-3171.. Peacock finest of its kind Big| ton OL 1 nlckup. I ly loiioKopeet yore) wIsh Mturo'l iprwsiluf .
too PM. eiicepl Sundays. Bertha Call Clark's I .1 .
Mitchell 1700 Kathleen FIVE rooms of screen TV, stereo record -i I Oweed. ehloe.i ohe.ea(' p.o.... 6 duet
WILL PA clean sac enpIokoS ..
Ro.d. '8'.313.dl NIP.. Proi enwsre eeUmatei.sad .r._pick. Pea.onabl. 'P- I.r.llur.0. 51 be.1 Bold Mart'to. TradloueFoil. sattotrmostlaes. player, AM.FM radio. Take l o older. MU .. 1095 ....1. .

and delivery Photon ... 808 LASS Nec Tomp. Ileliway.MU over low balance on small DISPLAY
J 'LOOKUP Holllnicwarth RoadVenetian 1.33ae. monthly payment with your CLAII.ID I Price Only $69,50 Terms To 10 Year

today's Cart For Sale ads Blinds

in this Section and be VIR fiCA,". AND hor'eunenufectured Call 682-0161 i DELIVER. tO.eStir000s.FOR $1733.95PseS. ebb. .. I 0".* 4 .. wood side C..11

I dl amazed by the excellent AIM. Repelred automobile cleanedjeflnshed ..... fiND IT fASIIn ,, r-ru' ; CHEVROLET CO. I T.,. .. kitwM. Plone c one) L.k... j

valuei Don't delay. tao fcllnda. Air-Lite, MU 0-1717 3 COMPLETE rooms good o. .......'_o_....' 110 No. Florida Ave I Mil we I,e CI KM I ....

the Want Adsl Home. furniture $199.95. Payments .tamper. ,._-. ,

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS carS business or lost dog only $11.50 per month. ROSS..u LAKELAND ;.it lekelap.4 I Will Show Monday, Tuesday and Thursday


your needs. Look In the Auburndale Soda ..u... OnIr 4To7P.M.
New Highway tstNeple.d lester L

ALM115IAskFsifie classified section now) MU 3.200<< 0s01 P00000 w. MON00000.1 1.1.OLD.

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4$ Builnm Property 146 Forms, Groves, Ranch 151 Real Estate Exchange 1S3 HOUIM For Salt 153 Houses to Solo 153 HOUIH For Salt .

IIIPA JI10RWAII. olt... a.4.0.. I SSC.tool. _. TnADSt BAV hoiue UkoUnd BDCCID en.... ...... CaUtornla. TWO BEDROOM Cl bam, ram. 153 Nooses for Sole 153 Navies Fsr Salt
"" eros.Rr&Il. 10 A. Motor inn tneludldot ,, ,._. WOOl alaa, I Merchandise!
IM Who Main Want boom Laoabun Coil TIT Will > ltl. two latali ra Off
n rn ..,0'" crop M7W0' "'. 'leM Laaibun silo ( dOily. i boo... prrtott wndltloa Wabaiti, larma. SlId OoohraaMS 7 BRICK HOMES

"iihtnitl,'ENTIAL loU. ,,IU COM&NYO> all ...C..I A1 Nol.. 152 Real Estate Wanted Ideal mtion.loollon For 13.000 Clenland, It DOWN, Mi soOth bloc Owe. These SELECT BRICK 4 BEDROOM EASTI! 1431 New Jersey Road! EVERY CAR

""iv, rwaltor, Mil I. M.momi a A. rogiulni 000'., i bad. April in Owner ..3..>.h.llb"'I bedroom hoaia, Btlon rark. Ar Two story two bath epa. I
.a. 510.41Stu1iilTSACY room b..... hl1..mon' Sr obar Bnlth, mlitara4 broker Homes are ready for IMMEDIATE Two ilorr brick Miutructlo Has A 64 I
-..... WILL BUILT thrao bod ....031.. rate dining room plus full I
oioauant ,.... for Wl on ruultel Head UlUUe ) with, s III..... roof and two
sOloth.st0 IM.OOO Nod torou, for me rentala Not Maa. KMlor .0..... lIt 0.5415005.4, ....IIeD, OCCUPANCY equipped electric kitchen car brick aarife on a Inn License Tog
ot I
-... .ppnal..IoI IIlhghol 1HT loss UemoMal. OSS.4I57 oondll1on 121 Wood.ant '
Features include 3 & 4 BR't WXio lot with lomoue Inn
?' SaUrood. 000. to A. P0040005 Or..,. OWNER SALE! three lots In Shore Acree oake
= ? ? OWNER mba home couleta of three
: 11000 down fcal
01. 4. Croons. RS.UOr. 11I1.000. 31.. do.. LIST YOUKPROPERTY I,.. llnucxlt iwa bodroom CB Small down payment 2 baths Florida and dining Reduced to only $13,500''! bedroomi and bath upetatn. soda NEWER CARS

VEN COMIIMCIM lot*, two M A. Drop, Stein oroducrr ... homo,. Ideal 0011...locaUon. obu,...Naar.., kehool 0r0sPsrk oD Forks Road In Uatulla, IOlIn. rooms. As low as $450 down RN-7W. with bath llra downetalri.l.... ThIs eun home room ha ..l VOLVO Sport Cauao p.
hi Io.t: I..... cornw tut 110,000, 3I. ao.. WITH US I mlnutoi downtown, .eanuiwn1UI .. bedroom, oil bOth CB bom FHA. and NO DOWN been reduced (1000 now ,ullln laOO, H alaftr'a ovavaMvoLund
,.9 Binal Parker AT 'UI. no A. Uoeklniblrd Lana. phonooMlUDl with carport and mUltr eo a for "1.100. Call Carmen Sailor tor Mtio. Our prlaa;
,, lonr "B (hortf cant UU It BORN lor apxlntmontOUTHWWT 01.. lot approiimalalr SOappralul '. lbs with T R Tucker. JrRealtor .
I 1300.000. '1'1I. dews. IT DOWN" I. L. Shonrt ._. ee 000. MO a Kparaaat. .nlll Two bedroom on three I at MU7171 or avanlnit $2995

146 Forms, Groves, Ranches *MJL '""_I Orania ...... .. Realtor.Avenue LMLA.. Phono(04 UU(I41TSMm Tanneieec 1.... or rant lIDS ColtS. nouu in baek for I.'," or. Call MU Carl t-nn.Traaaw MO 4% MORTGAGE quarter acre with 35 fruit MUMM. f4 VOLKftWAaiM tmnwdipejTudor
nis> do
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( to a. To..., Ava. rartlniUU mall down parmral AIM boOm Mdn. tl damo>tof
traitor lot III,. HP 1-ilM treel near Drone Field. I mil** OarrtM my = M *
V. ACRI Plant CUP lam This nice Southslde 3 BR
,,, JOHN TWO BEDROOM C8 lurnlDw Only 9,000 with good terms!! morr005l.
I turnlitiai Mova ID. MKMi : 1. BRENNAN
talka. Clark Unit. WoKM -i 17(00. LOW down ntment M 1, NO DOWN PAYMENT home Is very clean and hal RO1113. HOMES BY $1560
15} sooth, "' .ul.. 710 North 'u-'
Houtet For Solo and Florida
REALTOR wan.... 010.2010.P050110.10 dining room VA MANAGER .M 'OwO) .....lo "low", n
BALB mlM, anil Now tar warrantyMovor .
Room at $13,00-
.1 lOPS produclna inn CALL 686-4103 800THBD5B. HBW Trad ,our : COST Iwo 0040..moIIOtr M row MALL priced avon ','1". I.... M4U
liom I to It poor old. xiiUtr Thrta bedroom thai 5,050 with tOnes IOU. An Make substantial down pay. MEL RUDYLMLA $100 DOWN
I 4 varlftlH d'.I.... s.r- .III laka twin 0.4.. Walking dIDo clIp oOV0Ot.... Pronl PaVed BRICK HOMES $2780
complete Irrliatlon ... 147 inoa ahopplni and alamanlarrnoal. .0001 For 1D10..aU.n 00000 MU mInt and $57.13 month or REALTOR M>nr hIdeS hornet In all I....
to Induct. well, Turbm. Income PropertyTWO aoroat atraat from Bouth.waat "2.3013 lower down payment and lent. Corool.talr radaooratodl '.4 CONPY, 0.11,030. V. .
MORTGAGE BROKER .. bueliataata
>. iprlnklar DIM For Junior Him Watt windnratroat ... Itoa aatar, air7
r TRRRt BEDROOU, built-in kl. $55.35 Monthly ptrrntnta M low M5 ... 1... 100 .
i Ie'. d'lalli. call DDPLIXM (lout aw" olf Bouth Lincoln Avaana. > on. Oran Park _U.n. I MCrotnnt 89.13 per month. RO-1031. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. atop to peors ( .. or tall. ...aowar..... NMr> aar' warranty e.tual ,
McMAN, ORICN BULOCK.HEAVY m.iU> furalihad Air Opan Bundar at...,..... aiaa Plac. Kl down (Ma i 14 and i*. L." priao MMI.
'NC oorumioud. kr appolnUBiot. POols .. _tal dial 686-4107 any time
KiraUint mnra wMtaimt > aoRSPOM month at22 Croitaat PI...
00.4.1010.. Plarlda .. mono M2-06J1 810.. 1823311.PORICLOUD C.GG RANCH T. R.TUCKERJr.REALTOR $2780
IIIt.L ORrid... lit... bodl'OOlU d... ......., .. ou, loom .
DUPLEX DELDXI in '0.. alMUbborhoot. I I 1 IOmain CB houta. lunliriM CarponOr .= ... .
.odDl. aad. .. .
BLOOM! hardwood too.. .. In manr Lakaiand ..... will t,.... for homo In Port .....- 10 ACRES with a nice 3 I Door II OLDtMOBILe.M.n.' P.000k lie,v.000.rlO5t. 4-.
sir eondltuwad alaclrla hMplrat Mai Rndr ""..Ito, IM7 B. Maajorlal ,Liudardalo or Hollywood UU .- BR 2 Bath home with large IMAGINE THIS! 311 H Man A... Lakeland ..,....., .. w .. ._,...
J IIC030 erstueod 710 Vol.0.. ? doiat apart, ranan SOd Blvd 88e0410' 1003. "'." 81'''. p.4..
OhIO J.II.. 330 Marsh OP, rafrlaaratora, doublt carport living room and fireplace Mil a.717) :......
MPLITXLV AND attractlvtltfuraUhad Lot til Foot frontaia Houee his
..... lro BtTTll aitato. br family IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION PRO Area Fropartr ManaurVA
Diiiwan OP. Prod 17* 000 Want Mmdhlnnlr ... $1495
"II OItl. Hood to 2 I aood bedroom lane
.. tIlls| I, It 0..... .. 'Horn or Inoomi property. On Florida room, screened Uvlni
I'j hO' down additional bal- a .11IOt lUtraa, bItS, COUrtS Onlr W.KX 4001... .... One withBEAUTIFUL room. new oarpetlni. New lu,. Area Property MsosnrcL00011SICD
0.l 1-10 nan. Call Jim PowWIIA le8' P5000TA0 with two homat Clark bolor. .ea- 03l9DB 0111.1.orsoar nraie.....nt. T. I bod. CO.. torch, work shop, and 2.0001 n..., air-condltloner. kitchen to..104oersofe.04r1frieeroto .02 CH.VIIOUT ..,.,. 00'SS
T R. TucMr, J'. itaal- Louted In Induitrlal 00.101 .... room born.. 883-4888. 00. 5.4.0. ...._,..
TO IraumManoai. will atlibtt beautiful white DIIPLAV"I ._
.1.8t\oun. INC Leghorn drl. lontor 0roo. sod
'" Rodu.-d for oulrkRealtor 5.01 Loeh, All drapea soil rode etar-alia TV
710 Worth N.... 000. *omdltlon bedroom,CB two homo bath In aural'ml Blfh MODKRN boot.I all ... Fia. Avo.M1161 lens also air-conditioned .nt...... Rtdlna power ..towrsod 5b0,1000, iomoe.I.5..
|341DBLVXI. boO Southildt on Cryital Lake, Pineewlmmlnt .. -.u. ardrn tool.. All for IMOO $1595
Sills for
1-3.1.. 5003101. Coli"U vood Ilihlnfl. lanede fully equipped egg house Oood FHA flnanclnt Ask ui tc oI

In .boat location OUTHBID aoi-wi''''Im.ot lasnoop. SARUAIO TOOlS .Itracll. CI .p lot or four Throe bedroom bedroomntiidr t.sod... and ( acres of pastureo.: show rou HO-1134. 'I' PONTIIIC ...lavllla MaraJJ .
WISHING ... *. 1& ... ......
Two bodroon,.. b".. non"., C0000rl, loots.wIdow. panrM Florida room with lireplace. 1742. PHONE ..jlea. Titla .... "' ." ThCoue ,.
room, kltcnra, sIr eondlUonod .. Inaulatad; 'r" Belih.borhocd 14xSa tenoned porch $50 PER MONTHS weak final afferlna .,
Altar S h". MQ S-433. no cltr tatea, ho aloaInr 13il4 vtllltr room, double rarporl Larry Heath MU 2.8500
...1. Torso, Th,. bedrooms Bell reaeoniblr or .DOlder $2395
FORA BOAT? 148 Waterfront Property lOll Woodland Drive. lot To" > mtUn borne in oichanio. lall- and I bedroom frame horn. SCOTT KELLYRealtor Galen Hauger MU 3-1353 I, MM Bvwn ITI.M ,w mo
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IM' ahade traea II Tso hat mail be cold Immedlatclr I OFFICE MU 2-6147 USED TRUCKS
1 8ACIlIJ'IC. USD01 ..1>1., worth 110.000 Three bedroomi PUOaPHATE ARIA. Uino bedroom Ma,I... BO eloalnf _I. nooitraa LMLA '11 'YNUNII..IDD "....10..
1J81a. S bedroom DOni .. "31 Stroll, 11(00 and two bedroome. two boOn Mlkcnu home. Minimum down whit. 0910 bl... $00010.0
parmentand AND TRACTORS ..,.... .
won't make ,. Potorv ar 0 ..
Wen wishing .o
TIT avannah 57,500. .k
notua, '!DIO. COlt or term. tIme ...... Bll dlemunt for each bnraowar. leran. Valued SlO.' van move In. For Information 213 So. Tennessee HAUGER REALTY .._* A e00 wtMr? .uffl
Lao.. tou Iran throuik
MM I* off awa III000 SeparaM 10>40 kulldlniUloo phono Mondar FrldarM I
It so-but Oasilfied ads .k does CrooB.A.flM. I. nr equity niona owner on ,... son,. landacaped .. MU 2-5193 '11 10t1505Y50 0 0 5. 0 0 $2295a.OLDlMOlIII
Hid....,. | BUM Nona M >uon -"HI3NDM 9000. Lao.... lour SlIm Wait Realtor LMLA ictor. V401enmne. .
will. Turn to "Bouts for 301. Woods and watorl OONVTRUCTION Tradi- of Bradler on paiod ,.... Phose MU 2-2283 111 B 0 roan. (t. IspedooI.. A Iaanditlan ".." '.0...
( M the ( ot the Owl" UrM
.leotrttitr, top tin ... .. ,... ._
tlonal In dealin featurlnl aep.arato Mhool but IMOOO ".000 .w. III.
100 PT. Laktfront. }> silo woot .. CLOSE IN AT821E.ORANGE .... ... _,.
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dlnlnv room paneled famoom with 13.000 down, low parmenta II rovB Icanallna Vary 00- .
Sal. la today's di il- Lakaland n LaOs toottIIn.bsl,0 ,. .., .....
U, with flraplar. 40.01.door 0% Intonet. 8.104.. owner OPEN HOUSE A-l threuoh.out twali** rod. h.
lot for nit M ItMO 5150md 1002 CLEARVIEWlNewlr U14IrARMALt ;=*... witft white to*. 4
dr.. c.. entrr torn doubla laraaaBriar IM3 Cleveland Hihta Blvd.Puhlonable I brand PlrMten ,
tied section to find just 10 b boil 14 KUImnwo RBUDENCI PARTLY furnlthedRetrlaeralor. now tir**
Brae Lakeland'e moet daalrahle Cub mItt cultivatordittrtbutor Th., )0 lost .ffe>rin, til
or Mlimt. B*> R. 0. Lola built-in ranao oven 4 bedroom akwutlvblock redecorated homo with I I ,
B L. Oardnw U. L lob M lIud addraaa.. Ben Oleen buildr automalle wMher otto much near Lake 'Holllnieworth BALI FRICTOH STOOD A bw- _.oom., I.... tile bath paneled ) roaanditianee > ( $2095
the right one.CLASdFIID TM
Lola at PI.n bill, 1011 Im ... 18J.ooa3.THRI. n more poreed oontral hsOtlofiod ., .. lOin Ju.10 block from tha Florida room, and cloied-ln ...
I MIII' like '..-'m ;nli; hulneboanl courta. An alWieUva CUB Cadet aarden tractor
Phone HU 04933.APPOOXIMATKLY BEDROOM CB. new ilr oondltlonlnv .1Ir. houne 3 4,50., .. N.w I ale on OOH40' lot and com.
corner lot, oil heat aondltloBAKOAINI ... wdroome, I full tile Cloa.u PH A. .om..n", .., 5125 per homo aoneletlni of Uvlniroom letcly furnllhed Widow la moet, with ...,.,, I." newer, al MIROUItr. Klrt aniwhite VS4Oaar.
DISPLAY I ac.. OnLaO. .. ..... kitchen 1 bedrooma. andllaued .. .. paint hitch Oood.mdIs. Pnttv aaua
J PHoWid. Laraearie
lees. uo ft. .01Dl sorto. "312J' plenty 3 kIng lonlh. Mobs offer. .1. to tell aitini onlr 110 cultivator and turn PoOp MUl.wd .
two bedroom LsOtfr..0O.uttSd borno.COUMM 110105 roo" dislo. srol and Por Information boos owner In rear porch Oh. rOe, 5sorooo.d '800. Call Earl Traneua with T .,.... lake new .... aowar. Vary low rnllaa*
7 .
.. la front porch aleo LoU .
blIrhrS .un19 roo. C00010.r H Tucker Jr Realtor, MO7173
PONTIAC. Inoo.... show kr >... BEAUTIFUL modern lal. model moblla homo or Winter Haven collect 2M-1W1 100 feet diiep for fardenlni. (- or ....1... at MU I-7UI $1195ECONOMY
i ,. horns Uiree bedroom 1>4 bath Mcny mart
elI Contort M. C sued .r..... trod. for equlti 0' bulldlni rental unite. Call to
Ma, H. L. Oardn or I. L- rise corner lot, aonvenlent location Cite ullllUn fire protection. No nipHt RO-104B "' I. cfiooie frem
3rdlnNafl Sales Dick i Rtaltr. lOll E Mob B. near ollr 005.. 0.. blotS IOUth Id...
I Phono MU 0-iUl. Oslo for eoult, Drive br till
...h.... Avenua. Call owner. wood Cl.ollad. lI.t.hID Moot 'i oo do w.wtl100os tog toBOulb.ld. KEN HARRIS I SILL YOUR CAR '. .
SEl-DRIVE- in kitohm 5MO.. Loeatod .!!.. M4-TIM Malcolm Thomae lor " roome, two location.batha. built-in Three kltchen bad. Realtor ...han.., LMLA TO US. root. ."....t oou.d .on. _
THE North *1 to oa :Xll In Croomaoootnaa 1(01 ITAUNTON Avenue, corner lIa Patteraon. two central b.mtSoditr condlUontnf ; 1OS B Florida Ava. WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR ?".rvfu". .w.or. Titfe My
Owns. VU J-1WI 101 Throe bedroom, two baUinorlda ... 015.3101NEED 1
Itt b .110. with Corner lot wIth ( Diet ANY CLEAN USED CARS. $1195
BEAUTIFULCATALI room, built t01.iOOd. ork.hoD.. 11500. EL-lim-t MU 0'."", ,"H.. Cuelom drapei In. TRUCK & TRACTOR
NA risc 0055.traaiferred Oenual air MO and 1-1021 heat. Owner 2-J864 or MU 1-4133, Mn Win- I ROSS LAKELAND 'II COHVAIP. M.,... .
Puaiella 9104.4.CALl. 2135 Oidi Cry H...
rod I Qann with NU S'7100 MOTORS INC. rodl.
ONI CHARMING SMALL bns. mutlbo eo.. Ine. Ill mouth Plorlda I 4 BEDROOMBt .\ h..lw.rVooo'milit. ,
A LAKES S000 to stlrsOs A...... I 1500 W. Phona MU 2-4117 ..... Oows. .....
,..tu,... Full tile bath, colored WEEK'S BEST BUY OR 1 BEDROOMS "DIN'I Ph. MU 2-5111 ".,_,* rraniblay-Ollaarej
I NIW 7051 bodroem ca. $1895
aturet torso porchRaaaonabla
badrowt-norlta. rout 000bIs .500000. ,00.0. 101. .New maaonrr three bedroom, bath
larme arranied Contact
028 0ar101O. 501000. so .101'.'. and halt homo on Hlihwav InHiihland Too Bouthelde location one Mofk
patio ....... (.. '00'. at MNHULT Bauahlno Da-
.. ... Holllniiworth TarhtClub
Op.. oatlotiaetria noo dowO 883-a.. Cltr .t. Crpreuand rom 5.000 lima 4-Boor, Should, Mil torMM
oaillni bosS dNT-ULI NNt 0011.. Two '" Hanrock. bow down payment. toll and tennle, MaiUr bfd- .
...... ... NEW TWO ';bedroom houeo Road .
two full tiled balhl
.1..ln. CO" IIIJO
I air .dll1on... bodr..oS no qualifying. room
for ...m.d..... .... 1100 $850
.an.> andhratlnf
IH-H34 between M central air eondtttonlnt
SUGO.ST.OUTAII. Dlih w - 'DICI ea. at ranielint laria forer and (smIteroom at.
watk oil drr Thom BIDKOOUB 14 "..tb.PIa.Id. wlndowa, full tile bain 'S. OPeL W.NeO. 'YII. C.rm.
all appllancea, carpet qt
2806 sods draparln room air conditioned. taTrSl50 floore irreened norohPriced INC. lot, ....... 1,50 550 040.0
Wan-to-walt carpetS mead ,ant. Real bariacraftenanehlp I' Swore nt 110000 HIM a Ill (. Pla. A... (82-0133 ,drapea(true IrON newl. A painted room corner attractive 01 ox"a .1....
aalbiWe're 4,505010 001110. Cod SOIl "Over 200 Cars To
wootIsIct.rslowdo0005rm000Coo homo In aieallent ...dltlo.. Deal $695
I MOil Dr aI... 0 p m.. ft83-0UO. .
be* eeen dalll ai Bun Ar. .
direct or Uuouth Hour brokei
KERLEY PONTIAC ORAPI- IC000L'FIRMS LOOKING FOR Imsolos000 and For I.form.lton Sill J.rrr M... Available how OcaUent ternu Choose From"
In poor airat dl. CY 4-1311 of 050 Wlot.r. PRICE REDUCED CHEAPIES
COOP Till I P.M. CALL hornet wi bars aavaral choice CY .IUI __I '
Nilrlwev (> ft 5... It.Pnene W .1.11 d.... "Ia"to 0S2.4320CLASOIFtID I outhildi location available. TWO BKDKOOM 01 furnllhedhomo HOME AND INCOME W 1.131 57Chev.2Dr. *I4 ftUiCM _... Or* uwnejr.Nun .
IU-IIU Roa 0..... Builder II3-W11 A OB kitchen 'Mi heat 1 raaJ toHini.
... ... ..... .
OIlPLAY .0. d. land. mortaMe ..rraiao 1100... eari ., .ear new Sea thU
ntaaonr duplex at titBJ1 $195
and oervlco llnceUIT ,
PubllK and
ahopplni ""nier .
5 Jnhn.on bob elda boo
rrco. 0,0405... N. "u.IIt,. STEP VP .
11,105 room 41015. room bed ..
C"I 14 LINCOLN eaorl. All Sri
283.1101. Wholee 1I..n. room kl"'hOn ud Ohs both ,loot I..... and ..,. Now 51005.ThIs .
TURn BKDHOOHS two "' 0.1lid.. oo..ol.IDI forololond.Sooth NOW 1144 month pan principal la a dolll
Itral h. and air famllr elda boo clove and relrli. ntareet, tools and Ineuranca on I $295
room, Low down ...,m.nL MU .. ."' 0' Call lor appointment to eautllul new three bedroom !>. $495
Dealin'H"Our !! CHOOSE YOUnNEW 3101. n.. lo-aui. .soon homo. Central heat and air
ondltloned Boulhilde I1DOO M LVMOUTH v... Aoto.anti. .
BRAND NEW Oi choice a... dowO. No other coeta. FDA 'h... .. .u...aubiiraan ato-
r: land Helihtt, lot. Oak floore. air Builder, M-04K PENDARVISCHEVROLET lion .....n. Mutt bo aaan.
EMPLOYERIn conditioned. Two brdroome, Plor. ABBOTT-HECKES CO. I $395
pencils are sharp Kind 10 da room bath end half, Drive LUXURIOUS L1VINO
ly 114 1 5,0..wood and phone
Reallora LMLA .
Carrier oondltlonlni and hrol.Ins ,
l are these sharp ca"-" lor ijJ3.appointment oboe t. MU a- 117 S. T.... .,.. (.821113I : iritam air provldea duet-frea CO. 'Frank"FosterMotor
today's "Help Wanted"ads. Q In all T 310 No. Florida AVLct
MODERN THRE1 4room. I :104por
Turn back to Classified bath lIoulh.... location. Central : : wIth, :. 0015145 door' Lakeland
STICK SHIFTS h'.U., and nlr 2 tile balhl, doubla oak ct Sales
1 now for hundreds of T."... floorl. CII,. ihauet fane, aluminum. .. ;
I down aeiume So( lond ..,..., ahadv rard
job opportunltlellCLA''I".I ni. Mora rllhl U .0ndluonlD'l Joe P. Bridges 100. Terme Furniture .fIOO"1 1111 East Main St.
I 56 CHEV. -doof hardtop with VII, rod!., 0t ...--)11. I Inortham'hone' MU 1-1461. 131

keater, itlck tranimliiUn Nice. ) DISPLAY CLASSIFIED OFFERS NEAR COU.ROI .
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'57 CHEV. 2.d.., hardtop. Radio! healer, lake Hunter
Three bedroom, t or I bath, Wino,
itlck. B.autifulllliidl & out. 2 : mum I of 1120 ... ft. llvini area 100' hlllilda lot with lunirt lake-
plue carport and .tor.... ,I... Qualllr built home hsotsr.
I .. living room with ,....1....

'61 CHEV. Impels Cpo. (super iport), rod!., LOW DOWN and Pamllr companion room. Then. alaed are, paneled 3 apacloua -.
f"YMENTI encepUonal cloe.ete
heater, steering t brakes. Stick. LUlIualOUl WAn..ONT ON OUR I bedroomi.balha ..,... and carport
I. J '"- I. 1110. a.I 10000. Urll4a-l.:

t '64 PONT. Grand Prix loaded plus sir certdlttomd. V IXCLUIIVI ISCRIATOOM P1070551coMPtrn I NO DOWN PAYMENT A. S. MORROW

Flneit In tew Olf. TOUR LOT 1I..lloro LMLA
hwy *. COM.OO.MIJoI.IU 201 5. 7505. Ph. NU 1.31.

.... ... Tot ,.., T. Srp 10..

nOM 10MG AMP $tt Pta110. LOW MONTHLY

SEE JOE OR ED TODAY! rEd's 50.4.5 4... 5.tbSp 55 100005. I.sAodj US LEDGER
Opm 5505 nd II A.M... PAYMENTS

Used Truck-Tractor ClearanceDIESELS
Y--,. 05h0I1thsoS.0.

Auto Sales, Inc. 55.oo 500110SI ., 01110. .

.... -- 1121 Boulh Florida A... 'CLASSIFIID DISPLAY
1053 E. Main St. Ph. 683.5744 aO4leo Dan phono: oia-3114

",.bll sod ...uad.. -

"Where' Volume. Moka, v.,,. '_I I." 0.00 5.pe4 W..sO.o* C..d.mln.. Apedmoost.m -JJOO ....1311 (11-4411 Ii 1
0, S.I.q I. Moo. l10P0. 'm
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w. hove a good election of road-ready dieted.

---I TT Yourself BeautifulI'm Look at thoio prices and come pick your out.

I 10. opportunltr to purohaaa Uilaov I The *85 T48 '56 GMC, 471 engine . . . . . $ 795
.lr 3 badroom homo. m

PLYMOUTH-ROCKS RACING WORLD! I"MUii naiuM. Uvlni kltohaa room.aullUln llnlni GreatestI'm #60 T4A '58 AUTOCAR DCU75, top mechanically . $6500

na" room. ( car taraia. CIt..- P859 '58 DIAMOND T tilt cab condition $5900
land HIM. RN-M1. I II top . .

WE DID AGAIN : The R855 '54 MACK Tandem "Cherry Picker" . . $2395
P860 '56 DIAMOND T tilt cab. A bargain at $4900
ChampionI'M . .
RftItor LUL& 004.4103a
I MOO'S Itooso It Hlo CMOS R857 '57 MACK B61, engine major overhaul . $6250

11.51 E.T. 123.785 M.P.H. QUARTER OF MILEi55EAt 159TA '58 MACK B61, completely reconditioned .$6500

!4 BR & 3 BATHS W. .1.! I..,. iivarol in or. 565 I Mocti.

I A II you don'r like thai. prlcal till HI .....r'. rlffir.Wo .

Lakefront home Ocala

block-top- fishing quality dock construction excellent PL YMOUTfUHAROLD hove the best election of gas tractors In central Florida.

Hero I. a partial listing.
fishing 112 feet on

lake RO-114J. 168TA '61 FORD M 000, tleeper. Real good . . $4995

SOUrffERN'GOAT I I ( PNtNiI I R826 '61 FORD F1000. New engine, |lust installed $5500

.0.v R. M. MARLER I FUSSELLINC. R793 '62 FORD F950. Almost new. Very low mileage $6500

I & SON P795A '59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes, cab forward, V.8 $ 995
LMLA Kaaltora I
I I lt01 B. Moon St.- MU .-...1 411 N. Florida A... 129X8 '53 GMC 302 $ 750
engine . . . . .
,,, I ,.. MU 2.7113

.0 CLAIIII'IIO DISPLAY R784 '56 WHITE WC 22. Runs good . . . $ 595

R761 '58 FORD C850. Tilt cab, rebuilt completely $3750

,;.o' vW7.r 82T4A '61 FORD F.850, new tires. Real sharp . $3795

54 ,o_ 1Jf R818A '57 GMC 552, runs good . . . . .$ 750

a R791A '51 INTERNATIONAL L.185, block assembly $ 8951
0/tr 200 Cars To

IT'S OFFICIAL-A 1964 Plymouth is the FASTEST competition Choose From"

quipped Stock Car in The World Yes, Every Plymouth' a '62 TRAILERS ? ? ? WE HAVE THEMA

largo stock of rebuilt traitors.

Chevy Wagons 9 Dry Freight Bunkers and Blowers Refrigerated

Stop In Today and Teat Drive and Bide the Above Champion V-8. Air Cond.

Wo also hare pickups, panels, dump trucks, etc.
If you hove hauling to do, wo can equip you.TRUCKTOWN .

&& SpecialHAROLD $1921* AT


FUSSELL INC. 310 No. rierldo kit.Ukelond .


411 N. Florida Art. Ph. MU 2-7113 1430 W. Mm.riaillyd. Phone MU 62159REAL

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2t LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, March II. INI r.

I Supreme Court Decision Advances Freedom Of Press WESTGATE THIS WEE LIQUORS

By JAMES MARLOW be Jailed branded, tortured o r oenilng was abandoned t restriction The governor's grip was *I In 1798 the new American government This week's decision was ANCIENT AGE ...... ..3.99
Associated Press Newt Analys executed. Gradually as the I was used: a tax on, tight a colony might have only, Ignored the Bill of truly a landmark because now MALLEI'S BOURBON ..2.99 F R E E
( ) The printing.
British people inched toward I MOUst OF STUART
one newspaper or none Rights when Congress the American has less
Supreme Court has gone further This was to gag the press and approved press restrIction SCOTCH ........ .. .. ...3.99
than It ever hat In protecting freedom came censorship and ruin small papers Eventually, Even with the framers of the i the Allen and Sedition Acts. One than ever In criticizing I GlUEY 10' VODKA ....2.99 CUPS & ICE
press freedom to criticize the near the end of the 16th centurya the truth of a criticism became American Constitution what we, of them made It a crime to publish government officials This applies CANAIA BEER
But it took 700 licensing system was devised. now call the Bill of Rights-the, PET IL
government. a sufficient defense The British "false, scandalous or malicious of course, only to theirofficial k ,
first 10
of American British history This was a stiff restriction. No amendments guaranteeing [
years didn't reach that polpt \until the GIN i VODKA MIXTURES MIDNITE I I
to reach this point. book could be published without middle of the last century.U. among other things free material" against the government acts, not their private 3 for 99c

In a unanimous decision Mon- a license. Even by the middleof I dom of speech and press-was I_ones._ _. _
day the nine justices said: the 17th century the number .S. Reached Point Earlier an afterthought Although those acts only last-- .n 1633 W. MEMORIAL BLVD.
Citizens and newspapers don't of presses and printers was limited The United States reached It It wasn't even dlscusred until ed until 1801 10 persons were CITY TRANSFER CO.
have to fear damages for libelin It was a crime even to earlier but only after a lot of the constitutional conventionwas convicted under them. From 718 W. L.mon St.
criticizing public officials' of criticize a magistrate pain. The British colonial gover- almost over Then after then on truth became a defense Telephene MU '.4TJI MINI-BAR
flclal conduct, even though the- There was an excuse for this, nors carried Britain's press restrictions -the states approved the Constitution But through the years the Supreme : MOVING VISIT OUR I
criticism is untrue unless actual -too to prevent the public from with them here. The the Bill of Rights was Court seesawed on press, Letel' and Lewi Dntenc.W. Th. 1JttI. Bar With The Big Drinks
malice can be proved. And getting the Impression the king'sservants I colonies went through the same added. Even here the bitter lessons -freedom, always holding to reitralnts Glv. A"H Green Stemp.T I
....... .
After II were learned the hard 0. mow OMV
that takes some proving. were corrupt. :,routine: licensing censorship.. .__n ... way. I
S Dissented I I

Nevertheless that attached I SENSATIONAL PRICESWALGREEN'S
condition-liability for damages
If actual malice is proved-
stops short of giving the pressa I GRILL
blank check. It stopped too I
short for three Justices: Arthur I
J. Goldberg Hugo Black and, ,I The "Forty-Hiner" Club Is bock better than ever Yes you can com In any day ef
William 0 Douglas I the week and gel I complete meal INCLUDING COFFEE OR TEA for anly 49c. 11 AJW.
They would have gone all the 'III dating.rYtdnisdoy.
way and given newspapers anabsolute
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in criticizing
public officials privilege: This was they[ 'OW.rllI''ocl: She Mar 11th, 11 a.m. 'ill 7 p..m.I I Saturday, Mar 14th. 11 ..m. 'til 7 pas,
thinking I behind the decision I
which was written for all nine 6TransistorRADIO 116 SouthKentucky OPEN SUNDAYS Wed Thru SPANISH RICE M aft I HOT TURKEY
by Justice William J. BreMln.
So long as a newspaper baa 8:30 A.M. 'Til with mer .... lauc.Rolb I AS the DINNER49C
to fear a damage suit, because
and .
something, it Is discouraged It says may from be In free-error 9-pole leather With erpbon beieeryo CM* ,*,>,, 666 7 P.M. Sun. Sale =. :..... LMmml.e.: ..::.: ':::: .:.::, _

ly exercising right under the. Thursday, Mar. 12rh. 11 eons 'til 7 ,.11I.1 I I Monday, Mar Uth. 11 s m. 'til 9 ,.III.
} Constitution to criticize the aov.j

Therefore truth no longer bu I
( to be proved only malice does. tad In 49C 49'Friday
>ee crtontMUC. T_ Lace
The got to this point t, Iuwe t6 BOTTLE OF > p
press 'II
over a tortured road going backto tpIt Reg" Excedrin 43C en" tooit ....... I rolls sad bitter ..... .
the 13th century In Britain 69c 36 - - - -

when privilege freedom of kings was and the the special excuse fI l" Mar. 13th. Him. 'til 9 ,..... I Tuesday, Mar. 17th. 11 a.m.'til 7 p.....

for suppressing any crltt- e4" BAKED SALMON I CHICKEN
clsm was the Deed to preserve .".

government.Any critic of the king could "", -AND DON'T WIAU...I zoo J lust Wonderf 69 Gravy, potatoes LOAF49C I Creem fwr, peretoet, 49'

II. U SPRAY and rolls ..,, ,, relit' cud butter ..... .
CrisisDiscussed COUNT ON WALGREENS '; .!!' -------.1--------.



By KhrushchevMOSCOW YOU PRICES'Dtdttu41 TO SAVE '", :,\\ 'I::..i.o.'II I 1.49 Maalox LIQUID 2 f 179R.g. \

(AP) Premier ''w 11'1111111:
Khrushchev received acting
Foreign Minister Andrlas Arau And. You SAVE WITH Confidence. ; t !

toss of Cyprus Tuesday and discussed :
the Cyprus crisis with .

him.This was announced by the 1.49 57cM.n'.IXW.LON .

government which at laid Khrushchev's the news conference agency vacation Tas took. Hair Clipper Set 699by STRETCH HOSE 35e METRECAL I for REGUTOL Constipation ,

villa on the Black Sea. It was Dormeyer. 10 Pieces Fotiiia, Brines a... .

the that first Khrushchev public Is announcement vacationing. Seneca Heaters 1088 49c Saccharin ;:000's 19C 1 dark to.lI.1_| 2'QOc .igtttd t.r. rg :R 149 Iu.Jind-IHplem"nor.J ',BM.. 99f..I c

Reg. 19.95 Thermo-control -
Mental Tests

For AccusedAx Toaster 6 44 CHECK THESE : Secure Jfssfally wlffe

Set 2 Slice Automatic VITAMINS

Murderer Hand Mirror ft 0 ne.A-Da YIOO'I |169 EVERYDAY DISCOUNT PRICES Confidetsby

DECATUR.examination TIL (AP-Further was Porcelain handle) and boie, 98 g I MET AM UCIL 2.88 Scott.Specially .. .A..
psychiatric for Michael L. magnifying and plain sides J.50 laxative ............. Cell
scheduled today GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 4te.igne IMmliry
accused of .
Gambrill. a .
murdering his parents and young Bath Scales leg. nepkine.let
sister. HOLLAND 988 .,..
5.88 Full Guarantee Grade A Fresh "
Gambrill 18, was seized at Large, Daily U 45lox
Boynton Beach March :3 after HAM
the bodies of Everett Gambrll. Lawn Chairs EGGS : TONI HOME PERMA. 1.47 I
49, his wife, Eileen 46, and f)99 Prt-Cookad ........
their daughter Anna Belle, 13. Folding bolted together, .JL lox 41, $1.73
were found in the family's Decatur webs webbing. Non-tilt.
home They were slain ;75D THERAGRAN-M 5:r'005.31'
: :
with Gambrill a hatchet.fled Decatur In the Folding Chaise C66 2 Ibs. 199 2 doz.89C ,Dr.Seholl's

family car which he abandonedin Bolted together, velon webbing :Il.
Florida shortly before h. was 1" aluminum from. : ft POLIDENT Ftrd.atursi 59* FOOT
seized. Florida authorities said Sandn.r'sTend.rThinFloka "''''''KK'
Hickory Hill Pure PorkSAUSAGE
.. i
he admitted the .Iayln, -

News Of Record COCOANUT R 698 f. CREST Tooth rsiti i-..........._............._....... 59 POWDER
Book MATCHES Hot or Mild I.... Remlebl. Cm Soothing, refrealMin
CI..CUIT COURT far ",.,
bona ..... ante wnlte p.1.4 n. Fred Hon. % LISTERINE We th 79 tired( barN..N..N.NN..N feet,
..hit.. dl'o.. .
Seat sAor. wnI t ss s.w, N0.6.aid a. Rod. 15. CARTON 2:21 3 tbs. $1 1 188c 49
area i un mortsN.Ca's.. I 49C
Cnlltd vi. H nn I
Ballad.. 'ft.Mor4Ne.._"I.toreo.R.I..I B:::!icto. u.,.Core marteuforeclosure etg.. -- i:; EVEREADY ..?.?.. .......... 2 Fit lit
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Lake ReflaBhari slat 0' OUCHUJSItUA MOl WONT PULL
... a. w.,. elutMl mor4r

?Morrow"s._torado.uro.. dKMMd.' !.. put aepolntment ef liar Ctra.tre. efON PAINT TRAY & Oft HIAUH9 Oaehl.6sURAD SKIHI % KOTEX Napklns ............._......__............ 39* Crystal Plastic
.. ,. .,
> Mss vt CanlU 1 Uar dlveneXrul I ,CUIAB HANGERS
soon Cr.wi .i. CtoU I. Crewe: ROLLER
dlrort.. haybora .e Shlrter Ana Bar r [ Rta.35c. SEGO Dilt 4 J.08 CLOTHES
sporot' dl'o,.., WALIa.INS BANDAGES LiquId _...-..-.--..... ,
W L IUundpe n Dorr-Ollv.r oaf: f f
n. rlne. i.t4: eta., LOW 9IICI. (Limit 2)
rtihu j B Finance. ..c'ii..eta el>,U w.Neon Terrell x/1101 '"d jI BAYER :
f 1,007 61. I "SK: 69
Lakeland J.rkwn Finance ralmtr et"':.. elvlt etc. e've tlon J. .6Ge rr .a r or.Meclilllll 45c'f1 79e N..N..NN.N..NN.N..N., 6'e

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Warty. Esr.oto? \ ::,.t"n*Coro.. ",*..N".; ALKA-SELTZER 25't ................. 49* e*>n e>ae>Hen>aien
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...elvtl,.1.action,l.onani d..... V.a B. Harrtaoe. I AUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS I 3 Lit.
..p.,.... maintenanceVlrilnla if
lamb .., RalDb Lank .1Uanianl SIMILAC
Hutu BaMm n. talus A. 'Si liquid ........ 22 POLE
Bardra. dlrornLLN
Clgion.. va. Annette Oarlra, OIL CAR WASH BRUSH VINYL AUTO MATS
11oo"..Federal vlnti and lea Awn. I LAMP
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area Robert L. caddTU .1. :lie BAN'"DEODORANTVO5 : 73
morleaia 1 PO.UII foreoloturerr.noei ... Oeene. sits Fee- : : .............
I NAME BRAND For Car & Horn Washing
toll dlm.o.
Riviere _.. Ckeice
lIo.1b American Morteaie Corp. ete. Hn Moot rend'ere f ef
tea John Martin 0... el ... moit- Adiuitabl. werer flew b brash ..
Deanne.;... forecloeure Lens .. Ponnllr Cede Lao. OUTBOARD tint Aluminum, Hendla.99c leg. HAIR DRESSING 79 dirp b.
dl'o.... 59 Tffa I 1.00 T...
takilud Finance Cora .II.IeaIC: OIL
Iw, Klnlna et M ;
ler.olwaw.o..rp. and 29d1 Rear ''9 399
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