Lakeland ledger

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Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title:
Lakeland evening ledger
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Place of Publication:
Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
March 31, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
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v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


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Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
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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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I World's Reds Choosing Sides In Soviet-Chinese to

By WILLIAM L. RYAN Some Red leaders are frantically land party. He accused the Russians But if you do not change, then, is becoming Increasingly vocal Influence and to produce and opposing Soviet policy regarding
AP Special CorrespondentAn seeking to avert a climactic of threatening to expel of course, you will be outside In North Viet Nam, Ho Chin constant revolutionary ferment. the world movement.
air of impatience hangs show The French party is callIng parties disagreeing with Khru the excluded. Minn's party Increasingly LATIN AMERICAThe In. Belgium, a violent wingunder
over Soviet Premier Khru- for a world meeting soon. shchev's cautious, long term This Is the picture around the echoes the Chinese line against Cuban party which Communists Jacques Grlppa, apparently .
shchev's visit to Hungary this Moscow, which has opposed strategy for the world revolution world: "revisionism:J' North Korea's consider the vanguard In control of a party
week for talk with Communist the idea of a world meeting, ASIA party frequently supports Red of the revolution In Latin America newspaper called People
leaders. may be coming around to the Wilcox says Mikhail A. Sus- The powerful Indonesian party China Is split on the question of Voice, has Issued a broadside
Communist parties around the Idea that it must be held It is lov, Soviet party theoretician, has gone over to the Chinese AFRICA revolutionary policy, but Cuba against the Moscow wing
world are choosing up sides In unlikely, however, that the Red voiced the threat during a Mos- slde.. It disagreed with Moscowon The Chinese are engaged In a relies heavily on Soviet aid. Scandinavian. parties are di
the Soviet-Chinese dispute, andit Chinese would favor a Moscow- cow meeting with a New Zealand the pace of world revolution, campaign apparently aimed at Pro-Chinese wings are emerging vided.
would not be surprising if sponsored convention.. delegation echoing the Chinese In proclaiming freezing Soviet Influence out of In Latin America. The most In Italy, a small but vocal
Moscow decided to excommunicate That Khrushchev Is running When their talks ended Sun the time ripe for vlo the revolutionary movement In obvious split Is In Brazil, a nation pro Chinese wing Is causing
certain elements and thus out of patience Is Indicated In' lov laid, according to Wilcox: lent revolutionary action in Africa, similar to a parallel effort chronically on the edge of trouble for Palmiro TogliattL!
blow the lid off the controversyover an attack on him published -by "You are wrong. We had hoped Asia Africa and Lrtln America. to Impress upon Asia that trouble The Chinese infection has
Ideologies Red Flag. Peking's theoretical you might change. If you The Japanese party is split, the Soviet Union is not an Asian EUROPE spread swiftly, and it may be
The Budapest meeting may journal The attack Is signed by change, you will remain within but the majority seems to leanto nation The Chinese aim in Chinese money is reported to too late for the Kremlin to apply
not produce the fireworks, but pro-Chinese V. G. Wilcox, sec the ranks of the fraternal world the Chinese Africa Is to provoke Immediate be financing a new periodical any remedy except drastic
they do not appear far off. retary-general of the New Zea parties of Marxism Leninism. In India, a pro-Chinese wing attacks on all aspects of West- in France called "Revolution." surgery.

Death Quake Toll Spring Freeze Nips

Up To 178 Crops Across South

-Shattered Alaska counted

more dead today and reports ..
from backwater villages indicated
there may be still many
more victims of the great .
4IIIJI4' 'iI' '-
earthquake, t'
The toll of, dead and presumed .... I" \:.: t!
a< h da dead mounted to 178 In .. ., I
a tally released by Alaska Civil .It,," i* ". ", .ii Heavily
Defense Officials noted some t' >vJJI':;
of the deaths .could not be con t 1 ,. :1a.

firmed. J DamagedATLANTA
,a* t i TF The picturesque Island of ; -:; .

Kodiak, southwest of Anchorage '

/ In the Gulf of Alaska, appeared 4 g n r ) Ca. (AP) -
to be the state's hardest Freezing temperatures gripped

'' hit area, The report showed 72 ."" .... ,. the Deep South again today and
or more dead or presumeddead x r/M 4v farmers contemplated additional
as a result of Friday ;; crop losses after earlier
evening's quake and, tidal x % fan freezing caused severe damage
waves ar The peach crop loss In South
a. The Kodiak toll was based on Carolina and Georgia was estimated
reports furnished by stats police at 132.5 million. The lots
after a tour of t -Island's may be higher after Monday
No Show For Some Tide$ torn and twisted villages. night's freeze.

Net On Lkt : i' Peach crops In Alabama, Tennessee *

This picture graphically UlurtratM the .*., fop ...... If -.&.". .( 4..ittowri A.diM...rAlul /..bnlltted( from the Civil Defense Ut .: and north Georgia also
.. M the mute d led ,tItI.,'. Mitk )u.... Tk. 0.".ll THMtvr bus since .t ".ht n..t.litilMtt ; were damaged heavily by Sun
f luted wish windows tmbrakm ..' th. mirquM. aIM HMMIW mn .* IM-III .t trot Chenega list was.Print the communityof William day night's freeze and the latelttreet.

Lao M1i1'.p.c..e.pp.r loft I* MMte.s.I !...!. Civil P.>.,.,..." *...... tfiU.i| Hit (wrack Sound;: Reports from Fairbanks w I t, ., 'could wipe out the crop. ".'
In these states
.S. fe watch= *f victim .f the awl.. (AP Wlr-.kNew -*.).' Indicated half the town's popup altogether.
r latlon of 45 may have been lost Florida Vegetable Spared

Bank In a desperate race for higher The latest freeze apparently
County Adopts ground against. an 80-foot tidal spared the vegetable crops of
wave south Florida.

Will OpenTomorrow The Fairbanks reports said Although frost warnings In.
two persons were known dead eluded areas as far south as the
Absentee BallotBy and 20 missing after the wave Everglades, early morning temperatures
washed away the little town. in south Florida were
Civil Defense said It could in the 501.Temperature,

The Imperial Bank, carryIng RONNIE STUART ready.later this week. Also neither confirm nor deny the below freezing
In north Florida.
banking the trademark service," will of 'royal open Ledger Staff WrIterBARTOWCounty this morning, commissioners report'survivors based flown on to stories Cordova.from Seward's' Main Link Out were However reported, there are few crops In

Commissioners accepted ,a petition The these area. this early in the
Wednesday at 10 a.m. on the new casualty
corner of Massachusetts Ave. this morning adopted calling for the reopening! of were up 74 from the last Civil This hrldg, .* the wily. Risk*.? ...t .' Seward, Alaska, was wracked fty ..rth.M.lit cad season
and Memorial Blvd. Ribbon an absentee ballot for the May Pomona Avenue in Eagle Defense report Issued Monday. tfd-,1 waves which virtually wracked the taw. This picture was token ky Lisa lend .f she 0... The spring freeze, coldest

cutting, by Mayor Harold 8 primary election. Lake. Nearly all the new dead were lied TribvM. Grizzard along with an Invocation The ballot contains the same from Kodiak-whlch listed on!)r promised temperatures at least
CliftonH. of 75 candidates for 27 Access Said Closed victims as cold as Sunday night In the
Rev. Monday.
by the contested seven
Russian Premier Arrives northern of Dixie, Extreme
In portions
White, pastor of All Saints' races including four The petition was presented Death Toll Hungary southern
Episcopal Church, will begin state, one circuit three legislative by Robert William of Eagle I portions were
the four-day opening and 19 county posts. Lake, who stated commissioners The list by communities plus: warned of colder temperaturesthan

The lull-aervics bank, with Names of the unopposed candidates closed off the only accessto the tally from Chenega showed Soviets May Be Nearing This those meant of that Sunday crop.night in the
present capital assets at do not appear on the Grassy Lake when they these counts:
650000.. will be the first financial ballot for the first primary. voted to vacate the street last Anchorage, I dead, 2 presumed southern portions which escaped
dead Sunday night faced possible
week. dead; Whitter, 1 ,
Institution on's County Attorney John Dew-
north side said J. E. ell said the sample ballot for Commissioner L. V. (Les) 12 presumed dead 3 dead, Cordova Kodiak, I Showdown With China ruin.In Tho the Southeast last complete was In peachkill 1955.
dead Homer
Stall executive vice president the voting machines will be Dunson, who said he Inspectedthe Island: 22 dead, JO presumed; A rundown
of the bank. area, said the road doe

prizes Step will said be$19 given regjatratlon every TV To Feature lake not ,take but fishermen only to to private the aumed dead; Valdez dead ,Kayak 1 dead Island 30 pre, 1 1 I BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP- Labeling the Soviet premierthe pov, party Central Committee growers feared that the freeze
would kill what Is left of theItate'
dead 2 dead, 20 Soviet Premier Khrushchev I
hour on the hour throughout the lake : Chenga, presumed ar "greatest capitulatlonist in member responsible for Soviet
the day, Wednesday. Ledger Edition property joining dead; Seward, 3 dead. rived by train today for a round history," the 30,000-word denun- relations with other Communist $20-million crop.
Drawings for $100 cash prizes Commissioner Instructed If presumed dead; Port Aah. of public ceremonies and pri ciation called on Communists countries. GEORGIA Middle Georgia

will be held each evening at Television Channel I, of Orlando county Engineer C. W. Field ton, 1 dead, I presumed dead. vat talks with Hungarian Cornkmmunist everywhere to "repudiate and Informed sources said the I (Turn to Page 2, Column S)
closing time. The bank will will feature an editorial ing to look Into the possibility The list seemed to I leaders that may be one liquidate" the Soviet premier's Communist parties of Hungary ,
be open from I a.m. to 1 p.m. ot\Th Ledger's Polk County of providing a permanent the belief that scores of fishermen more step toward a showdown policy of peaceful coexistence Poland and Bulgaria have assured
Wednesday and Thursday, I Decade for Decision Progress public access to the lake and seaside resident had I with Red China. with the W..LKhru.hchev Khrushchev they will sup
Edition, published last Saturday Commissioner Floyd Woodswithdrew died In waves that smashed the i Union In [ Weaker SexStronger
a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, and I Peking loosed a new blast at Is scheduled: to port the Soviet the
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.On on three of It* news a motion calling for south-central coast. A number Khrushchev's policies Monday, make at least two major policy event of a complete split with
Saturday combined reg- shows today, the rescinding of last week's of Isolated areas nf Inly on I accusing: him of paving' the way speeches In Hungary and probably Red China.
The shows will be televised motion after Dunson had re- the Alaskan peninsula or In the i for restoration of capitalism In will touch on the feud with A final decision may be made
Tuna to Page J, Column 4) at 1:30, 6 and 11 p m. ported. Aleutian Islands were described the Soviet Union. Peking. next month when Communist
"situation unknown The announced purpose of the I leaders gather In Moscow to In Vote List ,
New aftershocks rocked the MacArthur'sCondition visit Is to help celebrate the 19th celebrate Khrushchev's 70th
gulf area. The seismograph at anniversary of Hungary's liberation birthday.. They must choose BARTOW-For the first timeIn
the University of Washington from Nazi Germany. whether the Moscow camp the history of Polk County
has recorded more than 60 There Is no doubt, however, that should continue efforts to restore the number of registered women
hocks since the big quake. Still Critical I other Issues motivated Khrushchev peace with Peking or voter exceed the number
p RACE FOR GOVERNORBurns A moderate to severe tremor make break.
who Is accompanied by an-open of registered male voters
was reported near the epicenter Soviet Minister AndreiA. I Monday's blast from Peking
but WASHINGTON (AP) Gen Foreign Figures, released yesterday
smasher reports
at the from Friday Anchorage Indl- oral of the Army Douglas Mae, Gromyko and Yurl Andresern I (Turn to Page 2, Column 7) by Supervisor of Registration I
rthur's condition continues Blanche Work, show that
(Tura to Page 2, Column I) critical, doctors reported today through March 23 a total of I
Says Negroes Cheered His but the kidney difficulty that Citrus ProcessingLag 34,947 women are registeredto
gave him a setback, has Improved vote In next November's'

Actions; Kelly Raps Rights BillBy I A bulletin slightly.from Walter Reed general with election.33385 men This mak compares -

Hospital added that the 84- Said Near EndBy ing for a total of 68,332 regUtunu -

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the nerds of all Florida's citizens tourist advertising and regulation year-old five-star general con- vntftrfl.
Back on the governorship was to create more new of hotels motels and ref ctSPaee tlnues to have Intermittent Mrs wk;; pointed out thatan
21, Hunter said processors up-to-date tally would show
from his
jobs for them by further Industrial bleeding esophagusbut
trail this week. Mayor taurants under the same agency, Staff Writer.
campaign expansion. this 1* being controlled by Ledger utilized (20,000 boxes, mostly more than 70.000 persona now
Haydoa Burn told Brevard Kelly also said he would seek a seven-member board to be pressure from a tube inserted The lag In citrus processing Valencia, although there registered
Amusements ,..,... .. 12 operations 1* rearing the end remain scattered of
County voters that cheers for to Increase vocational schools named the Florida Tourist Com- In his esophagus yet crops She also emphasized that 5
Business News ..... 11 and vital Roy Hunter, director of the some late bloom of midsea- o'clockSaturday afternoon Is
his actions during the Jacksonville in Florida so that more pupils mission. "Heart function marking information division
I II ................... stable the son oranges Concentrate accounted the last time a .
race violence were as loud could be prepared for trades Instead Tourist advertising controlled Bridge .., 7 signs remain quite of Florida Citrus Mutual said for about 365,000 boxesof person may .,
"in the colored section as It is of dropping out of school now by the Stats Development Crossword Puzzle. 13 bulletin added. this morning this total. During the weekending register for the May primaries.
In the white section." before graduation Commission, which also .. The latter statement Indicated the time The registration office
Comics .. 1-13 "Right at present March 28, he noted, this
"I think it is high time that Robert King High fired an- performs a host of other jobs, Classified 8. 18-1' that MacArthur's heart there must be about 15 concentrating volume for processing usage in Bartow and the two
public officla's must be firm In other blast at the state railroad and the lodging and food establishments r-- remained strong in its action plants operatingand almost branch office In Lakelandwill
administering the laws for protection assessment board again proposing are regulated by the Deaths ........",_..... 2 and that his blood pressure, they will be gaining momentum boxes. doubled to 1,139,000 be open all day Saturdayto
of all citizens" he said to abolish the agency. He state hotel commissioner.In Dear Abby _...._" 13 which had been reported good with the passing of "One of accept last minute registration
Picketing L an American said that It permitted railroads I campaigning yesterday, Editorials 4 Monday, still remained so. each week" Hunter said. there thing few Importance concentrators *.
are only a
right but "the law must be respected to asses their own property. Fred Karl of Daytona Beach rlloroscop..a.. ... 12 There was no immediate word "They are gaining volume Mrs. Work broke down the I
quoting an spot
by all," the gubernatorial Thi privilege place an additional criticized Mayor Haydon Buml'handlinl whether doctors had determined momentum." open total registered through March i
market for and
TelevisIon _...._.... .13Sportd price supplies
of the Jacksonvillerace whether the old warrior estimated 23 as 59,871 Democrats (51,967
candidate said. tax burden on the average Hunter the numbs I
Scott Kelly of Lakeland sound taxpayer and businessman, situation, and John Mathews ................_..14 had suffered the occurrence of r 0 f processing plants of small all volume the priced is by fruit spot only purchase a whites and 7,909 Negroes), -t
ed his continued opposition to,a grossly unfair penalty," High fired at Dickinson fur Weather Map ........ 6 an ulcer In his stomach possibility equipped for concentrate operations ," Hunter said "A large 8,010 Republicans (7,535 Whites r
the proposed civil right legislation saidFred what he called "pie In the sky" Women ............ ...... 8.' suggested Monday by In the state at 30- percentage of th. priced and 475 Negroes) and 446 Independents I
In Congress.He I 0. Dickinson of West promises to reduce stats spend U. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton, bait are operating now. (429 Whites and 17
said th* way to best meet Palm Beach proposed to-let up ilia.U"T'. the Army's surgeon ges erai. By the weekend of March .(Turn to Page 2. Column 4) Negroes).

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2 LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday March_II, 1MI I State Department Devises

Race, Durrance Vote AgainstSoil Box Score for Cold WarI

I I WASHINGTON (AP-In the'Library, the library corporation

from Washington: announced Monday.

Tests For College SitesBARTOW news KEEPING SCOREr The Slat i "Nothing would have pleased

Department has compiled a sor my husband more than the gift

of the cold waince (Of the Hemingway papers"
the contained In counts made and said he of box score
School Board boring log the end of I960 and found Mrs John F. Kennedy said in
Chairman Austin T. Race Jr. a brochure on the Winter does "not see any of the clear win la statement She added thai
yesterday stated the board Haven site, was compiled by three sites as creating a traffic the United States the will help fulfill the let

will be spending more the city's engineers How problem" should the college ner, although not by a shutout president's they hope that "the hbrary

money" for something it already ever, the superintendent added be constructed on any In the U.S. column, the repor' will become a center for

bas, if board members "They are willing to of the three. listed the Cuban missile crisis, the study of American civilize

should request an engineerIng have someone else come in Race pointed out that U.N. rejection of the Soviet. Un tion In all Its aspects in thes
report on toil condition end check their findings." should the college be locatedat ions proposal for a three par "

Winter Haven, the students secretary-general and construe years.
sites offered
for three as permanent The seven page report on
sites for Polk Junior the soil conditions at the Eaton "would have a maze tlon of the Berlin wall

College. Park site was done by of city streets, which would Added to greater unity, military -
Skilltaln Testing Laboratoriesof give them a clear shot to the strength and economic TodayIn
Race said he is still of the ,
opinion that the board should Lakeland for American golf course" from county ..f growth In the West they wen

not spend money for site already Cyanamid Co. which has and state roads. r a"r viewed as more than offsetting I
turned down by a survey offered to donate the site Board members Wendell Communist gains In Africa and
Watson, Dora Cox Phillipsand :
team, which unanimous Interpretation Needed E. C. (Gene) Head, all Latin America I
ly recommended the collegebe This bit of self-analysis was HistoryBy
constructed on Winter Race theorized that "All of whom have fought acceptance prepared for the House Foreign
we need" on the golf course of the golf course site,
Haven't golf course. Affairs Committee, which re THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
often have questioned accessibility -
"is for someone to interpretthe
Report Said Available Information for us. to the site for students leased It Monday. Today Is Tuesday, March 31.

who do not live In Win- the list day of 1964. There are
Race and Board Member "I don't question the load ter Haven. 275 days left In the year.Today' .
Ralph Durrance cast dissenting carrying capacity of any of TERROR REPORT An anti in history
highlight ,
last the three sites," he added. of American cltlens -
votes Wednesdaywhen .. Castro group
CITY IIICII VIS TOURIST CLUB CHECK City M.n.|*, Inhere V. Ttukiy, Mr .e.ivess On this date in 1933, the CivilIan .
the board voted to accept Race cited the U.S. Department I reported Monday night that
proposals for engineerIng of Agriculture Building, Lake Wales cluck torn J. McL.." AiMi.M, .....u... ., the Ukl nJ T.url. Club while Gems W. /the Cuban government Is using Conservation Corps was

reports on the soil conditions the citrus commission building, slab puklli nl.he.e. itMltman. Iwkt .... TH* stock, tic4 1ft the numkfr *f mimbtitnrolM "Increasingly repressive mess ;created by an act of Congress

and traffic counts at the and the State Farm Insurance Man Tried In Hit cluk .y she kit wk In Mired, It '.... t.d Men ,.., to the dry for ese .f the ures" against its opponents, including 'The corps was organized to provide

three sites, the golf course, Building as being i slob ...illtI... (Lritw pktt By Hu.....) .__ a device known ai employment for young men
a 90-acre tract at Eaton "built on land similar to the I r "death on wheels" between the ages of IT and 23

Park and the Bartow Air golf course." For MurderBARTOW The colorful descriptive wa and was a basic measure to re

Base, where the college will The chairman opined that Citrus ProcessingLag Quake applied to a military vehicle tree the unemployment situs

set up temporary quarters "most of the lands In Polk The first-de. which the Citizens Committee tlon; during the depression.

when It opens next September County will stand up under gree murder trial of William, for a Free Cuba said transportsa *

any buildings we might wish Preston Griffin, 55, of Lake Said Near Endfruit : Death Tol traveling court, Jury and executioners On this date:

"What do we want with a to construct on the college Wales, accused of the Dec. I 8 to the scene of uprisings In 1854 the first trade
survey?" Race queried. He campus." shooting of his long-time friend, I treat
signed with Japan the
was -
pointed out that the board Race said build- Monroe Chester Tucker 37, began i
a two-story is received under con there are around 450 cars of aftermath of Commodore Per.ry' .
has a comprehensive soil Ing will probably be as tall this morning at 9:30 o'clockin fresh oranges per week still Up To 17fi *
been to the Far East
which have expedition
condition report on the Eaton "as any we want to build"and the Polk County Court House, tracts previously being shipped Hunter said.There HEMINGWAY PAPERS: Mrs
Park site, and soil boring added that "There are with Circuit Judge Gunter Ste made." have been several Ernest Hemingway will give to: arrange protection for Amer.

logs on the golf course site. that presiding. He said quotations have letters, notes lean seamen and ships wrecked
places on golf course, phenson spot Valencia packers ceasing operations cated It not felt In the manuscripts,
was of
populated the coasts The
School Superintendent which will make for feasible Griffin has been accused of been mostly 80 cents per pound during the past week of Alaska. and memorabilia of the late m Japan.
Shelley S, Boons_ reported_ construction of half base- fatally wounding Tucker on the delivered/ with occasional purchases and In the Interior area there An airlift was under author to the John F. Kennedy treaty opened Japan centuries to the out-
way tide world after of being
when the two
ments. This would be good evening of Dec. 8 probably Isnt but a dozen
economically." argued in Griffin's Bar-B-Q packing houses operating." from the Seattle, Wash, area a secluded, almost unknown

See .?* Hear Race stated he thinks the Restaurant In Lake Wales. Last week out of 452 cars of KhrushchevArrives stand kingdom.

s.n.roe board should "accept the Griffin allegedly fired two I :rroflt,P"'t 0t1, oranges shipped to fresh FI'Pill'/ () I In 1889, Paris celebrated the
ihots at Tucker with a .22 callwr "' -- River of the Eiffel Tower
golf course as a site, set a ( fruit markets, Indian ompletion

John MathewsBest long range planning program revolver. at 83.5 cents per poundof packers shipped 66, Hunter I In 1917, the United States took'ormat
hire an architect to I Qualifications of prospective said. But he noted Indian possession of the Virgin
QualifiedFor determine where we want the jul'Ol'l began with questioning solids and also an occasion River shipped 78 per cent of carrying emergency supplies I I to In Hungary Islands after buying them from

GovernorCHANNEL buildings and then have the >y State Attorney Glen Darty, al offer at 75 cents. last week's grapefruit-out of stricken cities Denmark.

complete soil survey made. followed by counsel for de- In the fresh fruit channels, 694 can of grapefruit shipped Fifteen Air Force Globmaster. 'further
lave proof that a Ro- I In 1939, Britain and France
enie. Jack Edmunds is Grlf week 524 were scheduled to .r-
"If we find then that the from Florida last '
6 rive In before the nanian peace mission failed ledged, Immediate aid to Po-
fin'. Anchorage
attorney. River
site does not meet state requirements were from the Indian
9:30.10 F.M.TONIGHT. we can reject It Judge Stephenson said a ver New Bank groves. fay was out with cargoes rang- last month. and.

and start from there." lict Is expected to be reached Ing from diapers to electrici Communist Informants said I In 1945, Gen. Dwight D EIsenhower -

Race also questioned the within the day or by tomorrow Will equipment he Chinese not only rejected issued Instructions to

--.d. .... Sd.. possibility of having traffic j OpenTomorrow Freezing Commercial airline servlc he Romanian appeal but de- he fleeting Germans on how to

vas fully restored to Anchorage lurrender.

Junior HighStudents a major air center. The
TemperaturesSting Alaskan Highway was reporte fnntt Pag ''On.

RESTAURANT FEATURE Tien Istranti for the four-day openIng in fair condition. Ten years ago Soviet Fortgn .
Dixie Many back country road > Minister Molotov proposed
will have a chance at a vere said to be Impassable N- sanded that Soviet leaders ad hat the United States and

WEDNESDAYSOUTHERN Spelling BeeTwo (500 grand prize. It will not peaches, which were damaged attic: of earthslides .nd nit the Chinese are right In Western Europe enter into a se-

less severely Sunday night than smashed bridges. heir opposition to peaceful coexistence urity pact for Europe-that )in

eighth graders at South the northern third of the $12.S- Port facilities throughout the with the West. eturn Russia might be willing
.JFVWf ,On.
est Junior High School tied fiatt million crop, face devastation julf of Alaska were general, The new Chinese attack In the to become a NATO member

FRIED CHICKEN :ror first place In the school's ALABAMA A. W. Todd musable. official Peking People's Daily Five years ago The Nyasa-

telling bee and will represent be necessary for the winnerto Agriculture Commissioner, predicted The grim task of adding uasualtles and the theoretical Journal Red land government announcedhat

Southwest Junior High In to- be present at the drawing that Monday nighttemperatures : occupied both civilIaN lag harped on this theme. 953! Africans had been ar
bee !
lorrow's area spelling tobe and military ested in three month on
$ conduct at Uk Und Jun- said SMIL. "Marxism has always openly
Bob HUllker shellfish specla"
IMNGA reclaimed the inevitability of barges of political crime
2 lor High School. Architect Nile Schwelzer at for the state' Departmei
FRIEND The two winners at Southwest of Schwelzer and Associates Froilt 1\11' 0", >f Fish and Game said perhaf 'iolentrevolution," the Chinese: One year ago British ma- ,
are Debby Merritt, 13-year-old itatement said "It points out ins and Bahaman police cap-
25! crabbing boats-each with
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil of Winter Park combined four' or five men could ban hat violent revolution Is the]ured a motor launch in the

,lIam C. Merritt of 3202 Polk with contractor Shannon Anderson may "eliminateany been from Kodiak Islam midwife to Socialist (Commu lahamaa along with its crew of

DRUG STORE I Ave., and Kenneth Nlswonger, to construct the Imperial hope whatever for producing He said away another 10 boats list) society the only road to 18 Cuban exile and one Amer
1-year-old I ] son of Dr. and Mrs Bank. Schweizer, who any fruit crops in central may he replacement of the dictatorship -]Ican on Information it was plan

Downtown & Southgate Shopping Center ,weph K. Niswonger, 305 W. recently completed Brans- and north Alabama." He esti lave been out of of Seldovla, 140. of the bourgeoisie by the ing an attack on a Russian
I files southwest Anchoragifhere
Beacon Road. comb Memorial Auditoriumat mated the peach loss at $3 mil. dictatorship of the proletariat" inker.fittuartetf.
word from Adal
was no
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said the bank's Interior baa lion.TENNESSEE Horticulturist ar out In the Aleutians.

been done In black and wal- B. S. Pickett at the University .

nut, with coordinated uphol of Tennessee said the entire WinterHaven- I ICECIL

staring colors of red green, east Tennessee peach crop

and gold. about 100 acres, appears wiped

Another decorating aspect ait City Commission A. WEBSTERCecil yesterday at the Gentry-Morrl-

.. fJ.BLAST described by Schweizer is a NORTH CAROLlNA-An apparent A. Webster, 84, of 1525 son Funeral Home, with the Rev.

unique plastic Inlay at the total loss was reportedIn Shore Acres Drive died yesterday Walter F. Koauff, pastor of the
OFF entrance of the bank. Within Montgomery County, heart of Plans Hearing at his residence after an Faith Lutheran Church officiating.

the Inlay will be both newly the state' $27 million peach Illness of several months He Burial will be later
r minted U. S. and foreign rop. Clyde Auman of West I WINTER HAVEN The res was a native of Ubana, Ohio,

coins. End, director of the North CarMina afar session of the city con and came here eight years ago RITES FOR MR. BEAN

Crown ThemeA Peach Growers Society, million tomorrow at 8:30 ant. from Macon, Ga. Mr. Webster
Federal Funeral services for O. F
with Polk raid about 10,000 acres appear it city I hall will include: was a co-owner of Imperial Studios .
theme to be in Bean Sr., 79, of 1451 Kathleen
crown to be a total loss -- Public I hearing on a triangular !- Inc. He was a member of
with the Road, who died Friday, were
keeping Imperial VIRGINIA Farmers said piece of property own the First Christian Church and

Launch your program of savings Bank, wDl be carried out Internally peaches and apples in the major ed by Tom Swann, which is ol- an Elder of the church. held yesterday at the Gentry-
y and externally. Two | producing area were not far' the Morrison Funeral Home chapel
ered in trade for one city He is survived by his widow,
: NOW at Polk Federal and swing into 3.foot crowns from the east enough along to be badly hurt.'I,was which would be created Mr*. Mildren J. Webster: one with the Rev. Clyde Duncan,
and west sides of the buildIng I FLORIDA There were not pastor rf Parkview Baptist
ti ,,, a new orbit of financial progress! by a proposed closing of Magnolia daughter Mrs. William P.
Church officiating. Burial was
in north Florida
enough crops
} + 1 ) NOW Is the time to transfer funds included with the $330,000 to feel Sunday night's chill, but to Avenue Avenue C,from Southwest.Second Street Thecity Capt Scalfe W.Midland L. Webster, Ten,; with one son the, In Oak Hill Burial Park.

facilities will be an oak- of frost Into Music was provided by J. D.
loss of warnings deep about 13.000for !
1, ; feu to Polk Federal without earn : would receive U. S. Army in Ft. Penning, Ga;
shaded parking area, azalea with Florida threatened crops of Involved Wells, soloist, and Mrs A. Glenn
I ings.: Save by the 10th earn and ivy covered gardens, there early today.Temperatures City: planning right consultant way Mill one sister Ohio, Mrs.and A. W. Konz, Brewn, pianist. Pallbearerswere
Sidney, eight grand
ti; from the first! See Polk Federal two drive-in windows, morethaa continued be- Smith will be on hind to ..dvise children. Arthur Plus Jack Wilker-
an acre of land, and the low normal in most of the eastern city officials lit aon. Charlie Bozeman, Norman
will held
1 soon! Crown Room, to be used for half of the nation and were A resolution to ban parking Funeral Carter Paul Williams and R. P.
Thursday afternoon at J o'clockat
small community meetings. is much as 20 to It degrees below on Lake Howard Drive fron Watson
First Christian Church.
Directors: of the new bank seasonal levels In parts of order
O in
6th Street to Avenue -
The Missiles On Include Eugene F. Griffin the Southeast. The Rev. Darrell F. Joachim I MRS. CLARA
; SEE to provide for the internee> pastor, will officiate. Burial will HERMAN
t Thomas Harris, Scott Kelly, Coldest spots were in the Ion of Avenue O Improvement ELOISE-Mrs. Clara Jernl-
I be In Oak Hill Burial Park.
William S. Myrick Paul E. northern Midwest and northern arming a better flow of traffic 'gain Herman, II, of 401 SnIvelyAve.
Is in
Display In Our Lobby! Naylor, Dr. D. S. Prosser. Mew England with temperatures Study of a request by Mere. Heath Funeral Home ., Eloise died this morning j

Robert W. Rutledge, Charles in the teens and 20s. One lltb Corp. for additional fund charge in a Bartow ho pltaL Mrs. Her-,

H. Stein, D. A. Trolano yt the lowest marks was 7 above for a well pump at Winter HayS man, a native of Florida camel
& Charles Wilson and J. E. in International Falls, Minn. I Golf Course MRS. ALICE JOHNSTON of to Eloise from Hawthorne, Fla.'
Stell. Mrs. Alice M. Johnston. 81.
-A board..pprovtdI'IqUllt several She attended
planning years ago. |
Officers Griffin 1804 Richmond Road, died at her
are Eugene
rv. by Mather Furnltun the Rifle Range Baptist Church.
'e'v y'j + president and chairman Haines! Thief home last night She was a native -
Co. to rezone Lot seven Block She Is survived by one daughter
of the board; J. E. Stell. executive of New York moving here !
C:, of Villa Park from reslden- Mrs. Dorothy Durrance,
vice president; Dr. D. from Rochester, N.Y.. 14 years
to commercial.
Takes $62,500In Glbsonton. Fla; three sons,
L.t S. Prosser,vice president; H. ago. She was a member of the Har-
Marvin Hatcher, Tampa,
I 1j- i R. HJort, cashier; and Thomas Methodist Church.

Aiwa v Harris, assistant cashier. I Stocks, BondsHAINES Citrus Board She is survived by. a daughter. old more E Herman Herman,, both and Claude of Winter El-

Mrs. Maryon A Baron, anda
Haven; one sister Mrs. Alta J.
POULTRY & EGGS I grand-daughter. Marilyn
CITY Theft 01'To Outline Plansf Langford, both of Lakeland. |Ryals Winter Haven; two broth-
bonds and stock c.rtiflcatelamountln !
r TAMPA 'All-sta ........ en. Mreauay Funeral services will be held, ma. Otto Jernlgan,
a e rr..s ..lall' .., ..... pu to $82,500 were reported M. V. (Buck) Jernigan
w Arr 1 1z doe'.. by the Haines Cit; ) CounterattackThe at 2 o'clock tomorrow ,' Lakeland; nine grandchildren
SI ....... trarnin.. Herald during the weekend. at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral Funeral Home
j's'iusTasr. Home chapel, with burial In Oak Ott-Uughlln
Jaeger, ai
.1I II : =: Mrs. Marjorie vlll announce arrangements
1' fin ", executive of the weekly newspaper advertising and merchan- Hill Burial Park. Friends may
".J'1o .
bll ft imglMnJ I tuillir H wall said that everything was losing department of the Florla call at the funeral home tonight
hlthir. In om. lacAlUra. .... before Citrus Commission will hold from 7 until I o'clock.
W1 lNtto prinporieili .n MNtrt Intact when she left shortly -
a. K : H.lami .. thai meeting tomorrow afternoon,, AMBULANCESERVICE
termp.r hr but
midnight Sunday
Ww lw'hee: AVr .l .:f. had apparently entered tarting at 2:30: o'clock to enounce RITES FOR MR. BRAENDER
...4. I-.: :& .. caI.. someone
[ a initial
..-.. DoU.... .._ .. desaI aa unlocked window before plans for a coon.srattack Funeral services for Fred

she discovered the theft the advertising program Brander,73. of 100 Susan Drive, et fw phase eeL

AUCTIONSsacasowvu I next morning. Also, 1100 In to fight "the synthetic product who did Thursday were held awry b... .' she
Homer Hooks
Awake E. ,
%4'llhKfhIhilhtAY/hll$4 cash was taken from -a small bmtniiiloner ...kl .ed .,.
,a Ar> V U metal box. but several checks general manager
,::::dr., VrUM a.cue.i.ralM 1t N;,ewtw.ll.. UUH< were undisturbed said today :tHOR-tITON.
:r.'T'l:: Unniulo-Or- order has The Florida citrus Industry I
... M e.w A stop payment MEMORIAL HOWE I
.., ).IMO join'i''''twpeppets awoo Mtlwi been issued on the valuables: as complained that "Awake, < ", II, "'..
eo'rn:7 about $60,000 la stock certlft a General Foods product which M.. Ave.
:. = .. ill ". : 1155 417 N. ..
ills Itself Imitation Juice
w u costae and S2.SOO In church coupons -
-o.CIoo4t; Souse .Mt III-1 and all belonging to the :oncentrat. has made unfair Phone MU 6-11)3
.p ,
.l. '
:t: 18tIUt .ltd claims about Its
owner Mrs. Gladys A. misleading
paper's ,
hilli tlYllli i: ..4 MBMCW UMc2 > ...
I' superiority to pure orange juice.
""" w /,.t ease MO40 It*. M seas I*. LeeThe Hooks said the Commission I
sarlrts ItaudMil liOO-UOO, certificates are worth only HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
VrM.n md 1J -JM Ik. ItlfMnund.r on I.i not really attempting to
'J the they are printed
U1I-MOO, (in seas aor55saa with paper the order riding on lunch a "full.bIow1advert!I.- AI. C...;...,... ktl ,...1"1 Lat

w.w COLONIAL CORim uagd 50o-eiunliHra >oo IM, 1110- them. Police and the county In ig campaign" to fight the pro- 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

2400 S. ilORIDA, ,,AVI -r1r 'M ....wsaJtia. 00. 1-.. net.lino. sheriffs office have requested duet but rather will devote Its FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral 1 Director
-r 300-I.f.o notification If they are located r esources to investigating III
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LEDGER, Tuesday, March 31, mi Ships That Pass In Th. Night Coffee

I [ LEDGER EDITORIALS Easy Salvation,,

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Senseless F N Arro N A PrayersByPhoneBy

arm Povertyin WmrE rDwrv .


The other day in Washington, Lab the end, it' is the public treasury @,1rfe bosh Elm: .

or Secretary W. Willard Wirts estab- which subsidizes the big cane and J iT.m were

lished what amounts to a minimum truck farm operations. Part of the more advertisements for

wage of 95 cents an hour for Florida labor cost comes out of your pocket churches In the Washington JAMES

citrus and farm laborers. A great and mine. Either that, or the farms \ newspapers this Easter week RESTON

many people are asking how the Se- are subsidized out of the misery of ". end than for anything else except

retary could set a floor on farm wages human beings who must work for less Gyyyyr automobiles, and in some

when agriculture is expressly exempt pay than it costs them to buy bare ways, the appeal of both ads

from the wages-and-hours act. shelter, food, and clothing. was similar.

It does appear, on the surface at Easy payments, easy reli

least, that Mr. Wirtz, of the executive ARGUMENTS AGAINST Mr.Wirtz' gion. The Presbyterians, of all since he also suggested that
people, were inviting the disciples all Communists were not necessarily
branch of government, is usurping the action are mostly along the
of John Calvin, who in Immediate menaceto
duties of a lawmaker. Careful reflection familiar constitutional and states rights
preached Joy through suffering the republic, as an appea-
however, will show this isn't the lines In effect, this isn't a federal t
to get their Easter pray ser The White House and the
case. What happened is this: peak sea matter, so let us, work It out locally ers over the telephone: "Dlal.APrayerDlltrlct74341. state department repudiated
sonal labor comes into Florida from without big-government interference.All "
The Smath-
t o rc- Q him, and Sen. George
the British West Indies under right let's do it. would yyyyr + 't
agree- Nothing I'V' IIac faithful elsewhere were Invitedto era, of all people, put on the
ments with the British crown. The please The Ledger more than seeing park their kids in the robes of a moral warrior, and

Labor Department has not only the that happen. And'we suspect Mr. church nursery and stay after denounced him.

right, but the duty, to make sure for- Wirtz would be ecstatic with joy. Still, for free coffee, and of course Fulbright, admittedly, Is In

eign labor does not displace domestic as the matter now stands, Mr. Wirtz is I it was possible to catch the a vulnerable p 0 sl t ion. His

labor and add to an already acute U.S. being criticized by those who have doctrine of your choice on the arguments are ambiguous.

unemployment picture. not, in scores of years, raised one television. Like President Kennedy'who

finger to alleviate the condition of the This, apparently, Is the spiritof Insisted at Yale Universitythat

WIIAT MR. WIRTZ did was set a farm worker caught up In grindingand the age: Instant coffee, In- we must distinguish be-

'prevailing wage" of 95 cents an hour seemingly hopeless poverty. stant salvation; discount radios tween the myths of the past

for agricultural laborers in Florida. .aQr7 ,, discount redemption; and the realities of the pres-
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That means domestic help must be MAY WE SUGGEST a plan? If .r spend your way to solvencyat ent, but wanted to emphasizenot

offered the same 95 cents before offshore any prospective worker is found not home, total.victory without the democratic myths but

workers are requisitioned and to be worth a minimal wage- that is fighting In Vietnam; a guaranteed only the republican myths,

brought to the Florida labor camps. to say, pay that is equal to his subsistence I annual wage, regardless Fulbright stressed the realitiesof

The protests have been loud from simply do not hire him or her of the of work, says Walter Reuther; foreign policy but not the

some citrus growers, but principallyfrom at all Instead, certify that worker to Voice People a "better deal" for everybody realities of racial policy, the

the large-scale truck farmers and an appropriate agency and find out says President Johnson. myths of northern liberals but

sugar cane producers at southern Florida WHY he lacks the capacity to earn. THE THING GETS worse In not the myths of southern con

whose wage structure brings about If he is illiterate, give him a chanceto This Is The Ledger's Opinion PageThis an election year, for then politicians servatives. i

poverty and squalor reminiscent of the learn the three R's and a trade.If Nevertheless, though his
believe with
editorial th. ... .f Inttmt I la H justifications
fftn Mwtiviwr'i wn ,1..1. on m H rt current whole national political life
"Okies" Citrus work. he is sick send him to
Depression day a public tdlrornl column It ",.Ic_.. th* .pinion ol _d... in the Voic .f tko ,..,1. Column. Ltt.. mint that they can win has been a conflict betweenhis
ers already get the 95 cent wage, or health clinic and cure him. Meanwhile, ... ilgnid and ...., ttit wlto,'. .0101,_, hut .."'.. will b. withhold upon r."..... A ..... should not by perpetuating rather than liberal Intellectual .
within a few cents of it. But many a pay a Iving wage to those others who ..c.... 250 ward, ...01 Poetry cannot ... .../. Th. L.dg.r ,....... th* right .. rtjoct ony ....., ortkorton destroying Illusion. This Is development
bean-field laborer draws as little as 60 are worth their hire and keep that, it. Opinion .f colurmnri and otfcof contiibtiton .".., chowder .. thn ,..*- what has been going on so far at Oxford University and

cents an hour, or $24 for a 40-hour at least, off the backs of taxpayers. in the primary elections. his conservative political de-

week. Granted, much of the labor is, This plan isn't Utopian. Nothing is; 1 Wants Only Best Interest of Polk of the County greatest children.I number Still Another Every once in a while, how velopment getting at a fundamental Arkansas, he pointin was

at present, ignorant, Incompetent, and there will be an untidy remainder, always shall greatly appreciateit ever, some reckless character
shiftless (as the Okies undeniablywere of the lazy and the worthless.But Possible Site If my true position In this Tells Of Dream gets up here and challengesthis the development of American y
matter can be placed before bargain-basement view of policy.
). But the unpleasant fact remains the idea of paying man less thanit your readers. life. The latest was the chair This Is that we need to deal "

families of very low income costs him to live, just because he EDITOR: I have been DORA COX PHILLIPS EDITOR: I too had a man of the foreign relations with the world as It Is and not

usually become public wards. When has to work, does not add up by any greatly disturbed by an article Member, dream like J.. M. Durrance, committee, Sen. William Ful- only with the world as you

they begin to starve or suffer, the yardstick, whether it be social eco- by one of your report Board of Public Instruction but mine turned out to be a bright, J>.Ark., who rose In the would like It to be. He wants ..,
ers stating In substance thatIt Senate the other day, and suggested us to deal with the
realities of
for ,
District 1 nightmare thousands of
with relief and nomic humane.
state steps in money or Is rumored that Dora Cox that we should
Americans. I kept seeing Panama Viet Nam, but :,
Phillips would cast her vote '
longing for things we weren'tprepared unfortunately, he does not suggest -
with Austin Race and Ralph America's three wise men -
ABombOr to pay for, and start tat we deal with the
Durrance to accept the Win Woodrow Wilson Franklin D. examining the illusions we
realities of the Negro In the
. No Cheap Victory For GlennJohn ter Haven site for the Polk
Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman took for granted. South or In SouthChicago..
County Junior College. Quake?
I have Idea telling us first of all, It was Fulbrlght's thesis that Fortunately, however, lie it
no the re-
H. Glenn Jr. has been until immense popularity as an astronautin why "I kept you out of war," then only a flexible mind could deal trying to start an honest debate -
porter such a conclusion EDITORI The
order to undeserved victory Alaskan .''I hate war" and "no American effectively with a flexible In.this country and this
astronaut who score an or where the alleged
now a widely-known earthquake made nearly useless '
will world and Is :
boy fight on foreign that Washington important
wanted to be a United States senator in another field where he is admittedly rumor might have been born.I airport landing strips in soil" then finally, but not -, ..;,. '.W i
know I
however that U <
unproven. Anchorage. It ruptured fuel least "this is only a police j This raises the
from his home state of Ohio. ButGlenn's have never wavered for one tanks there and at Seward In "" annoyance
Had Glenn gone ahead with the moment from the action. }fas lngt n of most people, a fundamental
position other words, many of the objectives ,
statement yesterday with But It kept coming back
point that now troubles
race, even campaigning, thereis publicly expressed In the various an enemy would attack and \
again all those
drawing from the Democratic primary a good chance he'd have won a Senate school board meetings.All In time of war were de white crosses again and all those should reexamine Its mistakesand want our the serenity national of For with we

ought to increase the respect of every seat by the sheer force of his per get the I am best trying site,to the ro most Is to stroyed. once-healthy boys, now deador begin "thinking about the out the agony, victory with

American for a man who decides to sonality and past achievement as a accessible site, the site Isn't It possible the Russians broken up or suffering I unthinkable" this before out the struggle, solvency

put the nation's welfare above his own space manBut that wouldn't be fair, through the years which will atomic could bomb have on the planted floor an of kept teeing over and over Washington had begun think without the taxes, leadership
those pitiful souls (who were ing very much about the think without the criticism
serve the students of Polk peace
political gain.Glenn's and it wasn't good enough. Glenn the ocean somewhere Se-
of near once the cream of the crop) able. without sacrifice, and salvation
words were: "No man hasa would rather have voters know what County best, regardless ward and caused their own at the Veterans hospitals. The senator from Arkansaswas without conviction.
It Is of sites
right to ask for a seat in either they were getting, even if it meant already proposed one or one earthquake? After all, most Yes, J. M. Durrance, I too moved by the thought that In his own way and with
seismographs don't distinguish am a dreamer, but thank the
branch of the Congress merely because his waiting until another time. which may be offered between underground nuclear good Lord I am still healthyand this country was going to be his own limitations, Fulbrlght
of a specific event such as orbit We discussed these matters with This Junior College when blasts and earthquakes.This able to dream, unlike the confronted for a long time bya was trying to get at this point. f
established, will be here a series of radical and quite He was trying to bring Wash
of .Glenn's close friends could be a handy thing boys under white crosses, or
ing the earth in a space craft. one Henri long time. Political consideration different problems and that ington's private doubts and
with broken bodies. I'll bet
for the Communists to know
In bowing out of the primary because Landwirth, the Lakeland innkeeper."He or the satisfying of those these could not be met unless discussions Into the open. He
souls if
they were capable of if they poor they only
of his illness brought about, has greatness in him, that man some community pride should ever decided to attack the had a chance wouldn't minda people were prepared to thinkin was hoping to start a debate,
have no part In It, and I will new and even radical ways. and to prove that you cannot
ironically, by a bathtub fall Glenn Glenn, Landwirth told us. "Some United States. Alaska and Siberia dream like yours with
have no part of any decision get a policy any more than
thus treats Americans to a rare exhibition day you will see." His words just that Is not based on what I almost touch. Hoover. NATURALLY, HE was de- you can get religion, by dial

of political honesty. He makesit about summed up our judgment of the conceive to be for the best WONDERING L. E. SIEBURO nounced as a heretic, and ing a number on the telephone.

dear that he won't.. capitalize on. his man.
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I Different Grandmas Sen. Thurmond-Champ Of Useless Oratory I Ithat

JJo one ever agrees with general but we have some doubts. We
agree By RUSSELL BAKER Liston of filibustering, but His voice Is startlingly thin tell you the doctor Is out ily. At 1:44: p.m he was examining
izations about women because no one that after a woman gets a husband she ,. and ask leave where the Texas
Gim: to
@1f.f llork they would not weep to see and high-pitched for a dis- you your ,
happens to know the same women enjoys beating him at any game from WASHINGTON-Sen. Strom him taken. So tar, however, tance talker and'after awhile number. Indiana and Florida constitutions

Consequently there is room for disagreement tennis to that great matrimonial pas Thurmond, tht undisputed no obvious contender has it the bar stood on "equality."
filibuster champion of the The tint week of scrapes nerves HE CHOSE one of the fill- At 1:51: an hour after his
with some of the commentsof time, exchange of insults. Until theyare emerged.
He warmed with few
world was going through his civil rights activity has been up a busterer's favorite texts-the opening, he was analyzing!
Dr. Eleanor Metheny, a woman physical married she plays Just an average first 1964 workout In the Senate confined to a few lackadaisical routine overstatements, like Inherent Inequality of man. It position taken by the constitution
education professor from Calif game. As for men, they may be good the other afternoon. two-to-three-hour speechesIn boxer testing his Jab. The Is an obvious argument that of Liberia, and as the
ornia. sports about it, but they don't like being When the news spread that which the talkers concentrate civil rights bill ha said, was few would disagree with clock moved toward J p.m.
the champ would be testing "a man eating tiger." It some people have more capacity he had satisfied himself that
She compared the new woman with beaten by anybody at anything.It on toning up the leg
his wind, most of his colleagues muscles parsing the constitution would "oppress and subju than others for thriving "equality" was really an Idea
the new woman's grandmother. The also is puzzling as to where Dr. found Inescapable appointments and creating the essential gate" the Republic H* in- In this society. peculiar to communism. At
new woman is not afraid to beat a Metheny found those "fragile, lonely to be elsewhere, feel of timelessness In the voked the "spectre" of reconstruction The great filibustered how 5:15: he was still at it. In the
man at tennis or to wander into new and incompetent" grandmothers.\ Certainly and it seemed like a propitious senate chamber. as "warning to those ever, Is not Interested In argument galleries, the nerves screamed
occasion to site him up who would Impose arbitraryrule ; he wants to make quietly. The brain struggled
and adventeurous fields, and men like not In our family. They could The mood of the place was
In tranquility. To see whetherhis on their own people. his audience beg for mercy. against stupor, succumbed to
them for it, Dr Metheny says. The and did cook dinners for 30 people and legs had gone, whether already properly musty for Satisfied that his hair-rais Accordingly, Thurmond re- fantasies of mummies and

grandmothers, she says, were fragile, got up at 5 a.m. to do a week's wash- his cliches had rusted since the leries Thurmond were half workout.Nine-Gal log language was in good capitulated the history of the eternity.The .

lonely and incompetent. Ing. In between times they were able 1957. ty-eight of the 100 empty.senatorial shape be settled down to test phrase, "all men are created old champ is la great
In that year as every aficIonado his stamina. For this, be be- equal." shape. He may still be talk-
Because of hair to draft desks
prematurely edicts for their daughters-in- were abandoned. From
gray remembers, the senator gan reading a slng-tong at At 1:25: p.m. he was telling Ing. It Is bard to tell. One
and matrimonial entanglements, we law, sons-in-law and numerous pro- denounced a civil rights their niches high up In tha the rate of about (0 words what Thomas Jefferson has these fantasies and waking
walls the busts of
have not become as well acquaintedwith geny, halting occasionally to cuff their bill without letup for 24 hours John gallery C. Calhoun Thomas per minute, like one of those thought about it. And George Is indistinguishable from
and 18 minutes while stand- telephone-company automata Mason. And the Adams fam
the like husbands line. sleep.
new woman as we might into Jefferson and Aaron Burr
Ing erect at his desk on the
gazed down in marble resignation
Senate floor, thereby smashing .
all previous records for

LAKELAND LEDGER Somewhere were outside blooming the magnolias and- Potomac FeverBy

birds were singing In the sun
,O light but In here the ancient
OA"O"U f.AT) COWL[. III. parchment-colored light fall

Imperial Polk CountyWorld's :;,:;. [r.-.4.: :.MMITT[ NAMMJ MTI[ *'I:Jay: ing on mahogany and marble FLETCHER KNEBEL

Citrus Center '-T' .".,.....I..te., .0. CMARLU"ownL. pointless oratory. This year, suggested Egyptian tombs Republicans this year have shown themselves to be the party of intelligent
H' "..,.... 'CM".O NAnLV. with civil rights again before and eternity. This Is the atmosphere responsible opposition well qualified to continue the role
CIr./ .,..,.. ....._. ......, which the indefinitely.)
"ILn. prNw4.. ....._. the Senate, there may con- filibusterer *
ceivably be a challenge for loves, for It Induces a
the crown. brooding despondency In all LBJ vacations on his Texas ranch. Any party can put a man in the While
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Deportments- 86-1151 The South Carolinian has who enter. After brief exposure House. The real trick is to keep him there.

never been a popular cham they will accept any *

SUBSCRIPTION RATIS pion. IThe Southerners, who settlement merely to escape "Silent meditation" in the schools is constitutional a Maryland official

HOME DELIVERY .. dominate filibustering as the to light and life. rules. But no praying out loud except for the Supreme Court.
Austrians dominate
On T." $11.40 On. month' .. ,.9S have always felt that the skiing 1957 THE CHAMP took up his *
stance at 12:50: p.m. It was Defense boss McNamara says aiding South Viet Nam doesn't
'triumph was clearly durep- necessarily
Week . $ ..45On
SI. months $11.70 .
uable, because Thurmond de- St. Patrick's day, and he worea mean we'll attack in the north. Same administration strategy at home: Keep
Three nonlki $ S.IS ,H', '"y moll $%<.00 cided to go for the record green carnation In his lapel. the South happy, but don't get the Yankees mad at )'ou.

after the rest of them had His suit and tie were dark- *

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by turn promised for to important keep quiet concessions In re- ly and conservative.lean by senatorial He ii stand tall Republicans chide LBJ for swimming In the raw in the White House pool I

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 In the bill. ards and bald back to the They're afraid he may win next fall by a bare majority..
crown. His facial expression *

NONE OF THEM, certainly was all business and humor- Ten men are convicted In England's great $7 million train robbery. No such Jf

would call him the Sonny .0-less. crime over here Nobody can find a v passenger train worth robbing.

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U. S. Said Ahead In Cold WarBy i Tuesday LAKELAND March. 1M4 LEDGER,S I1

Hearings SetOn \ 1 I II //I////

JAMES MARLOW field "all the countries of thi, naMenat aff"lr has been on the Here the department sees the, ;
Associated Press News Anlll11WASHINGTON Communist camp have suffer*: wane," although the Soviet Un picture mixed with need for
(AP-Just at, setbacks In recent years," particularly ion put major effort Into this concern In some areas, satisfaction Application
the State Department was explaining Red China where farm area between 1966 0. But-the In others. ,
how good it I II to seethe ing and industry have gone department warns against com- By Bus LinesTALLAHASSEE
11. Latin America, sudden
fight between the Soviet Union -downhill, slowing the military placency about the Middle East I
and Red Chinese, the latter buildup .. South Asia as a trouble major arena of the cold war. (AP) A RETAIL
hit Soviet Premier Khrushchev bitb.. Eastern Europe moving a spot. The department thinks, on hearing was scheduled Wednesday LAKELAND
again, accusing him of heading nl department crosses Its balance, the non-Communist on the application of Tur .' :
toward capitalism.This The department sees a "trend fingers here, says "probably on world Is winning the Cold war way Lint, Inc. ')I' a Public'
Sino-Soviet split Is one of toward liberalizing political controls balance events of past three In Latin America, but the tide Utilities Comn.lssion permit to
the major reason why. the ," a growth of nationalism yea...." show net ImprovementIn of battle seems to fluctuate begin passenger service to Dade
State Department told Congress more Independence. But the de- Indian subcontinent. But-, Brazil Is a sore spot. end Broward County harness
Monday the United State is partment cautions against expecting India and the United States track from Hallandale, Hollywood -
ahead in the cold war. It listed the satellites to cut loose have drawn closer while Pakistan Deerfield Beach and Fort
other- from the Soviet Union, a U.S. al'y, resents American Play Brings In Lauderdale and serve Palm IQUORSN.
.Taken together they do much' t. Western Europe safer aid to India. Communismnow Beach points and Dad doa
to explain why President Johnson -I Far lets danger of a Communist Is no threat In either place 83 Cents For racks from Pompano Beach. 'I IOWA at LAKE MIRROR
and others In and out of his takeover cine the 1940s, But Ceylon Is In chaos, anything ; Commission chairman Ed Mon -
administration talk of changes!despite some Allied differences could happen. Alaska Fund set the hearing for 9:30: a.m,' NOEL R. HUN LEY, Prop.
taking place In the world. The Line Is Held I in the state office building! at
Red Decline Seen
State Department started off HONOLULU (AP) A back Miami. \
this way on the cold war since 7. Communist decline in Mid- I, The department thinks the:yard play staged by three /
the end of 1960: dle East line has been held In the FarEast. !youngsters at Kailua produced I CMI,!*** //r/ I II I I I \
Stated Since 1960 "the ability of local 81 cents for the Alaska quake INSURANCE
Communist parties to Influence But It seems hardly more than disaster fund. I SERVICIi
"Over-all there appear to hopeful about Viet Nam I The kids, aged 7 to 11, sold
have been larger gains than 10. Communism Is making tickets to neighborhood children Lacier Upshew, ...
losses" Tenor Lauritz new friends and contacts In then Salthe S3 cents over! .. Inc. .. .... .c:
Africa. I .tu :: Cross. I SM Twin, a v Mt-aui
It lists these reasons: to
1.The big showdowns with the Melchoir To LIQUORS FOR LESSWe
Soviet Union have turned out I

favorably.Example: Russia's efforts to Marry Again
squeeze the Allies from Berlin I
faded: Russia's efforts to undermine HOLLYWOOD (AP) Tenor' Can Arrange Delivery Service
the authority of the secre Laurltz Melchior, 74 and twice
tary-general of the United Na- a widower, plans to marry a I
tions; Russia's backdown on the television producer who once Phone 686-6549
". Cuban missile crisis; the signIng was his secretary.The TRANSFER i
of the limited nuclear test bride-to-be, Mary Markham -
ban agreement. 40, said Monday ihe'll
2. The Sino-Soviet conflict marry Melchior May 23. I SMIRNOFF VODKA $
Moscow' control of world Miu Markham who has I 3 r
communism has been weakened yea r-old ion by a previous marriage 80 Proof Reg. ;4.75 Fifth
; with Russian help shutoff laid the was lecretary to
I Red China hal suffered economically the retired opera star and his out-of-town
I and militarily.! Rui second wife.Melchior's. '
sia's weakened authority hal let second wife actress FIRST FIVE FLAGS VODKA
the European satellite assert Maria Hacker, died last $229i'
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more freedom. ear. -.. 80 Proof
- --- ---
; Advances Made
3 The military balance.
Russia's and space drive programs with Its nuclear has- TEETH details handled without cost OFUKEUND i i FLEISCHMANN'S VODKA $ 3 79

slowed down, the department Slipping or Irritating? 80 'roof-R.". $5.25 FULL QUARTBARCLAY'S
said, this country's has been Doa'a be om.-by too,,fal.. SAVE BY THE 10th earn from the 1st w ew..,,..,,.....-..i.
stepped up. Said the department l etb Itopin.drt. Ma. totk}.plod or or I.uab.wobbilbe du.a Tar as Itrngt Aa5.oid.
: "We have acquired a .prnkT., 11105 Io'AaTIII'I'1i: 0. rout.
pi.\4IO ThlO plwuna powder saves.rem.rknbla
substantial and nuclear .
superior lean or added oomlon
deterrent capability" nod .ncurlty by boldlns plow"?more 50.1. FIRST FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONBONUS .eee. s... ....

4 Communist!. economic setback no Oat ermly rAIl ItoSummr,5.110.aoogio,UTIIM..,cInI&GOWlIM..... IOWIITOW1I&1,5.55 all faaaw.sent PAe6 6rdd lilt trlw s54 e.dnilk Ara.WIWI I s ,

1 _The_department_. _said' In this -
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t-------Tuesday__March Gemini SpacecraftSea i \VI F : .1Jf I rlCIIi'U\ : $ &tttef'weat Haven Pops Orchestra

'I I Plans Concert TonightWINTER
srTemperatures /
Tests Scheduled : ; UE ND 'Ft RIDA

HAVEN The Win- many where be performed with\

ter Haven Pops Orchestra will the Cewandhaus Orchestra.

April HOUSTON Tex. (AP)-Th e capsule leaks If any whetherthe present a concert tonight In In addition to his work at

, Gemini spacecraft, batteries will last 36 hour, In Florida And Around The Nation Nora Mayo Hall at Winter Haven. concertmelster-conductor of the
under the
The performance
: the capsule's ability to float
an astronaut and engineer Winter Haven Pops 'Orchestra
"In short we need to know everything Station H. L. Chicago ............. 32 31 Milwaukee ......:... :11 21 direction of Christian Kirsch Is
Inside,. has been ached that could happen If Miami ... ........... 78 1\:1\: Cleveland ........... 28 18 Mpls-St. Paul ....... 39 18 scheduled to begin at 8:15: he has been cbncertmaster for

for a 36 hour sea test th 5, the spacecraft had to be in the Jacklonvllle ........ 51 32 Cincinnati ........... 35 20 New Orleans ........ 58 38 o'clock. the Sun State Opera Federationsince

30 miles south of Calve-water for 3S hours before it wa LAKELAND ........ 10 II Denver .............. .64 35 New York ........... 41 22 Included on the program will Its Inception and orchestra

on In the Gulf of Mexico recovered" Ocala .... ........... 64 35 Des Moines .........38 21 Omaha .............. 50 28 be Suite for Orchestral from personnel manager for the past

Three astronauts and three The three astronauts will Orlando .. ........... .69 42 Detroit .............. 31 23 Philadelphia ........ .42 22 Water Music by George Frederick ,five years.

Spacecraft Center eng -probably be Neil A. Armstron. ''Pensacola ........... 60 4J Fairbanks ........... 21 21 Pittsburgh .......... 30 11 Handel; Second Symphony, He Is concertmaster for the

will pair off In team. Lt. Cmdr. John Young and Lt. Tallahassee ......... 114 29 Fort Worth ......... 65 48 SI Louis ............ 41 31 Celebrated by Joseph Haydenand Florida Philharmonic Orchestraand

Every team will be locked In thapsult Cmdr. James Lovell. The engineers Tampa .............. 68 39 Honolulu ............ 82 70 San Francisco ...... 58 53 I Taccato by Girolamo Fres- is first violinist for the Tam.

for 12 hours at a time. are Gordon Harvey Jim W. Palm Beach .... 74 LO Indianapolis ......... 31 25 Seattle .............. 84 15 cobaldl, famed organist of St. pa University String Quartet in

"FROM MAINE Salt Water Test Set B. Thomas and Robert D. Mercer Juneau .............. 48 38 Washington ......... 42 23 Peter In Rome and noted com residence.

of the flight crews support Atlanta ..............47 29 Kansas City ......... 48 31 BAROMETER poser of church and organ Many Lakeland residents are
Although there are many exerlmenti division. Boston .'.t........... 42 23 Los Angeles ......... 69 51 7 aim 30.31 music; and Perpetuum Mobileby numbered among Winter Haven

Fish Fry HIGHWAYS"'I associated with the The capsule will be lowered Charleston .......... 52 35 Memphis ............ 44 39 1 pm. Monday 30.22 Johann Strauss. Pops Orchestra members.
the objective Is is an admission
principal! over the side of the National Kirsch prominent violinist and There never
Delicious see hOW the vehicle operates Aeronautics and AdminIltration' teacher will be making his first to a Winter Haven Pops Orchestra -
salt water for the maximum Space x r 7t1 IPM : d.tr3 A,2gJt appearance with the orchestra. concert In keeping with the
the te ,
crisp, of its 36.hour power recovery ship ..qstv orchestra's dedication to
and Retriever. A 400-foot nylon rope Studied Abroad the enjoyment of good
,which will be slack will connect
ALL Test requirements are that Although he studied In Germany music."
,the ship to the There
be four to five feet high capsule. ww' and London he It I grad- -- --- --
YOU will be and communications
power N.1
the sea choppy.It ), uate of the St. Petersburg High
lines from
CAN will be the first full-seal spacecraftto .. School and received his first distinction VOTE FOR
the ship J-
EAT T ffl water test using a produc- A in Florida when he was

on Gemini capsule weighing awarded the Florida State Music
W. M. "BILL"
French Fried equipped the same asmcecraft a Festival Trophy aa solo violin
Cole Slaw returning to earth. Nixon Calls lot I
Rolls and Numerous tests with the cap- He also studied under Professor -

have been made In a huge For I Eduard Herrmann In New
IIOUl nk at Ellington Air Force Hostility York City and took his Master

ase, near the Manned Space- ti classes with the late Prof. Carl
J Center. To Reds 1 Flesch.
""Those tests were In fresh war He was assistant conductor I

and laid of 313th U. S. Service
no waves a 4tr's
BANGKOK Thailand (AP- ,
735 E. mkesman. Former Vice President RichardM. .f Forces Band; received a scholarship -i
need to know In orchestral
"We exactly Nixon called for unbending conductingat 4
"HOST OF THE the sea water affects instruments American firmness against .4 arse.. 7.drat tam Cherubim Conservatory University -
how much water the ; of Florence in Florence,
communism today and
warned rermw h 1L '
Italy: ; and attended the Leipzig
a flexible U.S. would .
approach ssmleo sa ww gttatamat.n5rr
b. disastrous. /, Conservatory in Leipzig Cer-

Nixon said for example that -' r rr""r r
the United States must continueto .' -, Highland City

AOI LI"'ITJCOMPAREI withhold recognition from ........-..-- u ..

Communist China and block

If yew onto (liability Is la Aulgnte"' Kit' Plai only ... eklng's efforts to gain a United Frost wornlngi Includoa' arose *s far south at the Ivorajaaae., but carry menlne temperature Fishfry, Rally
..... of your ... H yew bealtk one' .,Ivl.. round are Nations seat. The United
Itt south Florida In Pita SO. .
ware Sub-froailnf temperatures osoln frlppod the Deep South. Tomperatures
geed COMPASS what hero and what bav
you yea tat DISTRICT 5
aterely by ailing, YOU OWN AftINT to got your onto policy tales must remain In South continued below ormal I la mart of .Hie teeter bell of the eHeri.. AP WIRIPHOTO) Slated ThursdayA
Viet Nam until that country'lfight

ASSIGNED RISK OUR POLICY against Communist guerrillas Wcaffjcrcast I Return This Office To

I. $10.000 ....1" lafiiry, per 1. $21000 coveraoo per 1s crowned by success, he fishfry and Democratically Full Service '
will be held at the ball
ponoai $20000 per a* occurrence applies ,.
aldoiiti $1,000 Property botb lodlly injury| nd said.Nixon Is here on a four-day Generally fair skies and cool field In Highland City Thursday.: H. Will Return

D_... Pr."", D...** justness visit. He told an AmerIcan temperatures are ahead for The fishfry will start at 5:30: This Office Ta
1 Standard loot 'LUS. 1 Standard C... NO Chamber of Commerce Lakeland today and tonight, but and the speaking by various Full 24 Hour
MINIMUM OP 1% Service. Your
501SURCHARGR I'll be warmer tomorrow, candidates at 730.
luncheon I
CHAP.4I. that the United States Vet
I. Hlaker limit/ to $300.. weathermen said today. Proceeds from the fishfry at
I. Hlqher Limits available' must make clear that there ..
only' at bl,b seb-stu.d. 000 evelloble" ,at "can be no vaccination there Northeasterly winds will blowat ZONE FORECASTSA $1 per person will go into the I ,.
S..I. Driver"rates
ore1 rates l I. another ..... 8 to 14 miles an hour today, ewe Highland City Civitan Club's A M P.1. Mi bykavo
In same policy can be no compromise" with Partly cloudy through CaneiOateNeed
pony ... .... diminishing to 3 to A miles an recreation center building fund I)
.4. Comarelieathra' end Cok 4. .. ssis and Cot Communists hour and Wednesday. Not so cold tonightand w.. _
I tonight easterly -
lido available ..1, I la lltlon evollable at reao> Wednesday. Lowest tonight H
tar at 8 to 12 miles an hour
anther standard rates fasame
company (i
ally at Ugh ..b..,..*. companyI. Rangers Kill tomorrow. Low humidity will Increase 44 to SOB Cast T. Per fill/if
NtH .. 1.000 Medical Pay. tomorrow.The C, D Partly cloudy and
8. Medical' PayMoiits ... mists helloed .. re*. 32 Viet Cong maximums temperaturehere : not so cold tonight and Wednes Mi wrn
available' of any price cert 69 day. Low tonight In 40s for most M Q
.. '.. .(| and Labor no.available .. ,..1., and labor I.. yesterday was degrees part. '
at any prlca, elided at SUO year SAIGON South Viet Ndm the minimum this morning was /< TAD Man To SeAT .
Alt your ..._ to tit year seat alley treat 104....... Auwoeceiaaipaay CAP) A South Vietnamese 41 degrees, and no rain fell atthe E, F, G Partly cloudy tonight
wholly wood by foment ", .,,1... Cefererlot, s Floridalaraoratloa Ranger battalion killed 32 Viet city hall weather station. and Wednesday. Cool with H
writing I far retired Florida driven, rpreteited lal 'Cong guerrillas Monday In areehour low In 40s most sections tonight. ACCEPTANCECORPORATION
Funds l by aw (goaty. Northerly winds eight to II miles
battle 30 miles north

EARLE W. DAY & CO. of Saigon, U.S. military sources Actor Suing night.H an hour. becoming variable to- w eft

said.Ranger Ex-Girl Friend I I, J Partly cloudy tonight Of FLORIDA 1
P.o. lei ISM St. Petonbora, .... 1J7JI losses were placed at
1 killed and 31 wounded. and Wednesday. Cool with! COMPARE 155055 LOW LOW PAYMENTS

For $25,000 low in SOs tonight.K FRYING PAN INTO FIRE CASH 2. CASH 1a CASH 12tor.
Partly cloudy tonight and .5t yet ore ucsnes ya 5.t sl ntliseoo.oo
I LOS ANGELES (AP-Actor Wednesday. Low tonight 60 to MIAMI (AP) Policeman sae oo $lso.s suss312oo

Post-bloom letdown ? Ernest Borgnlne who plans to' 65. Norman T. Evans rescued 14- sleoo saw.. $leoo sloo3r sloCeatemer.t
marry Ethel Merman In June Pwkaq m
has gone to court in Los Angeles year-old boy from drowning,
i to try to collect $23,000 be :then arrested the youth. pPpIoDS ARE COMPA.AaLS MM Who Im Tej*

says he lent Mrs. Rick du Pont, ORLANDO (AP) -Employes Evans Mid the boy had fallen I DAr IIIVICI

II whom he once dated. at Martin Co., a producer of out of a stolen boat. 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3168

His lawyer said Borgnlne cosigned space age equipment, will be --
a note at a bank for happy to be awarded a Zero

[Mrs. du Pont widow of Francis The firm announced a drive

V. du Pont son of the fifth against rejected products so it WARNOCK'S
president of the will award a Zero Defects pinto

(Del, company. Wilmlngton'j employes who demonstrate

available for J quality work.


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LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, March SI, 1M4 7

WASHINGTON REPORT Haley Finds Many Disagree With f


Tactics For LBJ's War On PovertyWASHINGTON Yes record far the hi* J Toes sate
.: as Reading Unlikely yes cor rotoi which mar b. m low of

theetra $2500 A Compact $3 *)00
I Although his program would not eliminate lion by generation poverty problem of poverty. What I Year Car .
. for By FULTON LEWIS JR. fective. By the end of March most Americans probably poverty In our countryIn cycle by concentrating on am saying Is that It Is the For 10,000/20,000/5,000 debility Clon IA II. All 25c. -"

Itionstra WASHINGTON-It Is high- 162 members had signed the agree President with Johnson's the objective of a few months, nor even In youth. It Is among the young, responsibility of The Congress ....".'.......".."*a.MvinM, b..1..will.tft.._vMabllftt.., w.ft> .<.trans_ ate,,.. saran../. ...,MA.,".ivmnte .s Par-ate
proposedwar if that real to find whatever .
anywhere gains practical
Backer petition. MM fe* m M Annually/ t m Annually or Quarterly.Nationwide
' ly unlikely that Congress will CELLER against poverty, there Is a few years, and although can be made In the long bat means it may find to deal General Insurance Co.HARVEY" .
past take any action this year on announced hearIngs a difference between objectives calling for 'total victory' he tle. with It. but also to keep the
a constitutional amendmentthat on the bill for later this did not forecast an end to the A0.tuSMiTH10 AGENCY
and the which
means by out of the hands of
month and "But there Is much In the program
the would reverse two Su- said there was no Biblical truism, 'for have
longer a for attainment of objectives is program of which I must be the 'do-gooders' and those 413 Florida Art. Phone MU 6-2191
stra'am- preme Court and'permit ""' his colleagues reason to sign the any discharge of sought, US. Rep. James A. the poor always with you. skeptical The Area Rede- who spend for the sake of tvmlnfi Phase MU 25097NEW

!t In decisions voluntary petition But Becker Haley newsletter of Sarasota from said in his Percentage Same velopment Program for Instance spending," Rep. Haley said
prayer I has charged Celler with stackIng Washington. "Strangely enough, the 20 seems to me to have I
"Most Americans, I
arwen and Bible the legislative deck. The am per cent of the populace the been of little value in providing
reading in the / ?s lye I facts are these: sure, agree with the objective President says must be helped jobs for the needy, and
? of the Administration's
nation's public 1. Celler I has scheduled the In his struggle to give continued emphasis along this
hearings to Wednesday proposed' natronal war on pov- people a chance' Is line Is highly questionable. I
Ion[ schools I begin on exactlythe
It is laudable objec- i.
erty. a ,
hes. Democrat April 22, but has set no same percentage calculated And other than helping to pay _
A tive but
at any time, especially S ,
bills I also doubt
I date than decade grocery ,
the or time limit for completion more a ago ,
from Brooklyn of rather
so in an era
that handout of $1,500 to 'S S
a a
to I of the hearings. Depending by the late Sen. Robert A.
has teen to widespread affluence, Haley
;ood that He Is I ,' on his mood, he can said. Taft as requiring help from poor family can do much to
a I choose to hear witnesses until the rest of und by utiliz- help that family operate a
Emanuel CellLEWiS the day of adjournment, Difference Noted ing the resources of the Fed- family-sized farm that it has
er, 75-year-old thus killing the amendment by "But there is a difference eral government. not been able to live off in
chairman of the House Judiciary
Committee and foe denying the House a chance to between objectives and the "The wisest thing about the the past.
a vote. means by which attainmentof President's program in my "This is not to say that the sA
of the proposed amendmentThe
2. When and if the hearingsare objectives are sought. The opinion, Is the effort proposed government should not, somehow M
story begins In June of completed, Celler must antl- poverty program submitted to break through the genera- deal l with the national
1962, when the high court then schedule an executive to the Congress by
ruled Bible-reading in public session of the committee to the President will require
schools to be unconstitutional. amend the resolution. The much thought and debate, not THAT'S RIGHT-
More than 100 Congressmen date of that hearing Its length only by the representatives of
introduced resolutions to legal and the nature of its recommendations the people In the House and
ize Bible recitations and the Senate, but by the people
all fall within the
resolutions were referred to chairman's sphere of In- I themselves," he said. NO BITE !I" ASSOCIATES HOME
the Judiciary Committeewhere I fluence. "This Is an enormous program

Celler refused to take J. FOLLOWING the executive the most comprehensive IMPROVEMENT FINANCING PLAN
any action. session, the resolution plan to help the poor
One year later, the court must be reported out-that Is, and illiterate via government ey FRANK, enables you to remodel, landscape and modernize now I
outlawed reading of the Lord's made available to members of -ever envisioned for the ated brawler ef quarter hns
Prayer In school. Congressmen the House. A printed reporton United States home front Its and President el the UsAlamtto Why wait'for the Improvement your home person. Your request, large or email, win
set up an Informal com- the resolution may never ultimate cost will be enor- KM Court needs now? Associate Home Improvement be handled promptly-In strictest confi
mittee of four Democrats and be issued. mous. Its first year cost, quarter' Write
"' seaside largest Financing Plan will provide the money you dence. or telephone the Associate
<1I four Republicans to draft a 4. Even were Celler to rush slightly under $1 billion, may terse track, near LesgBeach need today! The Associate offer "Look- office near you for an appointment. Over
14 new resolution that would re- the bill through committee, be reasonable, considering all ,Callf.nla.MELLOWMASH. Ahead Borrowing"plan for any responsible 600 office In the U. 3. and Canada.A .
verse both decisions. which Is unlikely, the Senate that Is i involved and that the
UNDER THE chairmanshipof would have to take action be- President proposes to find the
New York's Frank Becker, fore it can be submitted to the money for the first year by A Financing Plan For Every AW I
a Republican, the Congressmen States for ratification. taking from other programs .
met with, noted constitutional 5. While committee 'approval and thus not Increasing his ASSOCIATESFINANCE
lawyers and legisla- in the Senate Is like- proposed over-all budget to- YELLOWSTONE INC. I
) tive experts to draft a reso- ly, the resolution might never tal. But the costs must marIn 1 ,
lution acceptable to all those get to the Senate floor. A future years If all of the
critical of the court rulings. Civil Rights filibuster might plan becomes law. Tall SRATEATANIRICAN WMISMYKPtTOCKT 235 S.Kentucky Ave., LAKELAND..MU 6.7123 I
After two months of con drag on for months. After "The President said In his j STMIOHT SOURIOK;IS MOW 11M MOOT.omfOol..IONO
sultation the prayer amend- that, Administration lieutenants message that he is aware that I tiimuo i toTTuo n numrarmE DISTIUOT couwsviui-owaisioito w. !

ment was Introduced. Fifty- will attempt to rush
eight other Congressmen introduced through other favored legisla- j
resolutions Identical to tion. With the Presidential
that prepared by Becker. campaign opening In mid-Au
The resolutions were again gust, and with a third of the
pigeon-holed by Celler. Senate up for re-election, the
When Becker and his col- session Is not expected to set
leagues were unable to receive any records for longevity.All IC HECI TWO
any consideration from of which makes the like- YOUR
the chairman, they filed a lihood of action on the prayer
discharge petition, a parlia- amendment very poor. Rep.
mentary device designed to Becker recognizes the obstacles -
force to the floor any bill dying and Is urging his colleagues -
In committee. Such a to sign the discharge
petition requires the signatures petition, to Jet the amendmenton
of a majority of House the floor for a vote as soon !
members--218-to become ef- u possible.

Let's Play Bridge\ '


In the following suit combination A78VJ64
the nine appears at firs .
S Sasessa
sight to be an insignificant + AKQS4
card: 6J4
654. AJ10I854 AQ3
SOUTH4AK12 AQ75 V 108

It Is simple to make three *. J 4Q973SOUTH. 109(72J10 D D TOASTTES D D o

tricks If the suit divides 3-3 D) o..J
but the nine offers a alight AAK2( RICE ii CRISPY

extra chance. If the lefthan V K932 Vi'fi>'7lff.
opponent holds two honors 63 KRINKLES D
doubleton, South can cash the AAK92East k N
ace and king and lead alter .West were vulnerable.

from If an dummy honor toward falls from the nine.the The South bidding West North V East Lzi Kfe '

left on the first trick. South
14 14 2 Pass ji
has the alternative of leadinglow 3 NT. Pass Pass Pass POST-TENS
at the second trick. If this
Opening lead: heart ace.
is won by the left-hand opponent
with another honor,' _

This South Is finesses slightly Inferior the nine In terms later. the defense by permitting[ East of I II 0 0 0 0 0
to hold the second round 1
of percentage, because it lose' RAiSIN 40ZBRAII oAr
if West began specifically with three 11 II
able to
South was
Q-J-10 but It may be right I
strategically, because South retains -club tricks snd three diamond CRI.a FlAKES
more control of the situation tricks, as well as two top 2F,
spades, but had no way to
make a ninth trick. West could a .
Led Te Upset Victory establish his spades before South
This situation arose In the could make a heart trick, and OZNIRALP00oaKincussa
deal shown today which Is from the bad diamond division killed
the semi-final of the Vander- South's chances In that suit. If
bilt Cup. It contributed to the South needed four tricks from
upset victory of Don Oakie's I diamonds the standard safety
California team over the even- play would be to duck the first *
tual winners, who were captained -round of the suit, but this plan
-fey Howard Schenken, was doomed to failure.
New York City. The Oakie team gained 10
South was Meyer Schleifer of International match points on
Los Angeles, one of the great this deal, in a match which
players of the West Coast He they won by 12 points. AND SATE. IZCON5EM !

than chose one to open diamond one because club rather the

possible diamond no-trump suit represented weakness.a Measles Said

This is a point on which expert would Near Epidemic

open opinions one differ no-trump: many notwith- Stage In U.S.

standing the diamond situation,
Unfortunately for the defense ATLANTA Ga. (AP) An
West made an imaginative -!outbreak of German measles,
lead. He recognizedthat hazardous to the offspring of

South was likely to hold,'women who contract it during TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR GROCER ,
a double spade stopper for pregnancy, apparently has '
his to three no-trump,! reached epidemic proportions In
so he Jump decided to explore the the United State .. . .. .. . ... . ..

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weak in hearts. Schleifer false- Center of the Department of > >
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the first trick, giving West the says the disease, known as ru- 1 S I fcai except the Individual sized .
Impression that bU partner had bella, has begun spreading Into packazes.
started a come-on signal and the South and West. It broke outlast S Mr. ...... Post Division win rdm this coupon for n
made ten tricks when West fall In the Northeast. 0 12( plus handling, if you received It on your silt of 0 ,
low heart. A \ e two packages of Post Cereals, Kept Individual sized 1
continued with a spokesman said Saturdaythat i
packages (114\ ounce weight or lss For
With the help of the club tricks play efforts to control the disease [ sent It to your Post Cereals Division) rprsntUv payment pr-, or .;.:,
described above, three been prompted by mad It to General foods Coupon Redemption Of ce, 0
were' made In each minor suit the hazard of significant con- rfI. :s P. O. Box 103. Kankakee, Illinois. Coupon may not b* g .
and two tricks in each major. genital defects i In the childrenof c7 assigned or transferred by you Invokes proving purchase '
When the hand was replayed. women who acquire the disease of sufficient Post Crals to cover coupon presented 1 ,
West made the more obvious during early pregnancy.The for redemption must be shown upon requestt I
and In this case more effec- 12 e Customer must pay any salts tax.Void where prohibited, 12 e. .I
tive, lead of the spade jack. boa constrictor as a ..peclea I tuned or restricted by ,lw. Good only to U.S.A. Cash
This gave South no help at all, ranges north from Argentina value 1/201. General Food Corporation. 121"
and he was defeated by a trick almost to the southern border . .. REDEEM NOWI .. . ..

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20 LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, March 31. 1M4

:\1f. Thousands Of Florida Youngsters- Potential Dropouts.

TALLAHASSEE W "When ily. For example, In 1940 the certed efforts are being made." statewide vocational industrialarts early u the sixth grade, he re pMly high bill to pay AICKO
I'm old enough goodbyl" national median number ol When D. R. Claude Purcell, and trades schools. says. later II welfare and correctional 7,
That's the title of an educa. school years completed was 8.4; Georgia superintendent of education "The youngsters In trade' should be pt+MAents."
tlon film on school dropouts by 1950 it was 91 years and by set out to find why drop- school may not care about a 'dl ;:ltart the needsof Lonistofla recently received
It well could be the theme song 1960 it was 106 years. outs occur, he said: "We should Latin verb, but when they work diverse' students. Program three commendations\ from the OLD
of thousands of Florida young Greater Improvement Seen have gone upstream to find out with wood or metals and know for slow reader and those retarded -NEA f.r efforts to learn what
( stars who has been throwing them!their livelihood is involved, In mathematics shouldbe causes dropouts and what to do '
Florida ranks 36th In the nation Florida shored even greater In." they'll give It a try," says Mrs stressed. about them.
I" In the latest report on high improvement from a median of Studies show that the main Bernice McCullar, director of Virginia reports Improvementsin
school dropouts Issued by the 8.3 years In 1940 to 9.6 years in reason for drop outs Is the failure public Information at the Georgia Students Can Help the 196243 school year, com-
g National 1950 and to 10.9 years In 1960. Groups of students should HICKORJ
Education AssociationOf of pupils to read well. This, Education Department pared to 196162. The Virginia
all Florida's ninth graders How are other states tryingto In turn, leads to a sense of In- Florida's official position differs team up and help the slower Education Department ran a
who were in school In 1959-60, solve the problem? adequacy and failure. Bailey says the answer to Fellow, the potential dropout; survey and reported that In 46 ,
63.7 per cent were graduated In In Georgia, educators have Pupils themselves give other the dropout problem lies somewhere Bailey says.Alabama per cent of the cases, parents f A 5C' 3 0 .
1963. long been aware of the serious reasons for dropping out of high besides the trade school reports Its dropout were indifferent whether children "t" YA "
4 Georgia Highest dropout problem and have at- school. Here are several: 'A sound academic! education situation Is Improving. Austin finished high school ,. 10 years! light! i
tacked it for some time. "I was bored." may well prove more universally R Meadows, superintendent of In Texas, the department of {, A
Georgia has the highest per- "Our greatest hope for Improvement "I wanted to buy a car." valuable In a world of chang- ,education, says Alabama has education has under study a request ; 'lo lrc!QtiJJ :: '
centage of high school dropouts In dropouts lies In "I wanted to get married." ing technology than some typeof lad an Increase of more than of Gov. John Connally for : ', cars mev :
of any state. It ranks 50th In joint cooperative effort of com- "I had to go to work" narrow vocational training," I 8,000 pupil! In high schools per pilot programs to help local districts '"f" ".,; 'A)< >
the NEA report. One step above munity and school," says Dr. says Bailey :year during the past few years find solutions, to school nwi aa'nwieel swim iJJm-M wf''ipt 'iiicm l>iKiiu ica.MaBOOST
Georgia's 56,8 per cent gradua- Rual Stephens, deputy superintendent Trade Schools Do Better Bailey suggests! having counties A spokesman far the Tennessee -problems. .
tion is New Mexico with 57.4.. of education. I Trade schools In Georgia have prepare studies todefine I Department of Education The Sexas governor has said: YOUR BUSINESS PROFITS*
Kentucky was 48th,with 581 "There Is a promising awareness fewer dropouts than regular the problem In their areas Potential I says: "The high dropout rate "This has become one of our
California reported the high- of the problem, the causes high schools and millions of dropouts should be spotted I'or any itate means that that most severe educational and WITH HARD-HITTING LEDGER CLASSIFIED ADS
est number of high school grad- have been identified and Con dollars have been approved for early. It can be done .11 itate is going to have a cor- economic problems." PHONE MU 6.1151 NOW TO PLACE YOUR AD.
bates from its 1959.60 class of
ninth graders-87.5 per cent.
Minnesota was second with 81\.5\ !
8 per cent. Nebraska was third
with 84.5 per cent. C.'V
Do the figures tell the whole '\ .,
No, they don't, says ThomasD. 0'I
I Bailey, Florida superintendent ,I. ,', '

of public schools. c:: ,: "
"There is too much of a tendency
to look at the problem as LU !\ ..
a matter of statistics," Bailey .. '
1 said in a recent speech !::i <
"As critical as the problem .- __ ,I
may be, It Is a symptom, not ,,,
en illness in itself. When youngsters 'LL. ,.. .
finally take the step to
drop out, It II the last step, and "

not the 'Left first. Outs' First i :

"Long before they become COlrlivn ?:
dropouts, they have become
'left outs' : ,
What's lacking In the present
school program? LL. .
"Our schools are failing to I
provide a curriculum adequateand ,
acceptable to the needs of
children of diverse and varying .
abilities," Bailey said.
"They become 'push outs' be- /
cause we push them out of
school with a traditional academic 1-:
pace we expect all children
to maintain. And regrettably
there is another categoryfor
students who do not com
plete school r hv.y .
"Once they enter the adult ",:
world they become 'withouts',"
Bailey said. "'Without skill,
money. Jobs or hope." \ ,
It Isn't known exactly how
many Florida youngsters are
dropping out of school now.
l A rough estimate: of a total .'
196263 enrollment of 1,188,975
pupils, 206,150 withdrew duringthe
year, 123,695 transferred to 11
other schools in the state, 82,455 _
are unaccounted for. It is estimated
that about 63,000 left the
state and 18,700 dropped out of
school but stayed in Florida. "J
The official estimate of dropouts ; :", > -/
Is 12,000 to 14,000 a year
However, the proportion of pupils
remaining in school to graduation .
has been increasing stead- ...'


Tourists 14.2 Million Visit I i 1 TJ f }I I

Sunshine StateTALLAHASSEE \"
1 'r
(APMore '
than 14,2 million tourists visited '\
Florida last year. The previous ... f l'
year's record was eclipsed by 1 I ,
some 9 per cent, Gov. Farris _:1t ,_
Bryant reports.
"Florida is continuing to growin : l .
the .
popularity throughout nation "
and the world," said Bry-

ant.The State Development Commission : : :
In an annual report on : Look ; t i
tourism, said that 14,208,279 vlsl again .
tors entered Florida during the ,.
year. \.. ,
This record was accomplishes :?
in spite of cold weather in some I
of the months and labor difficulties : : 5 .

line.Tourist by a railroad and an air \ ./ : ., .i ;Y ::1' :

volume topped one .
million in nine months in 1963.
This was true in seven months
of, 1962 and five months of 1961. I
August, for the first time, be-
came Florida's largest tourist

51,113 second month and with with December 1,628,433.1,594,268\ ,,July 1,334,012.June was 1,. This is Carlton, the unusual new cigarette from The American Tobacco

Automobiles brought 829 percent

,and 118 per buses of cent the 2.8 tourists per trains cent.2.7, airplane per cent Company. Everything about Carlton is selected and crafted to producethis

Prices Florida Said.Among Tag one result: (Low "tar" and nicotine, with real smoking pleasure.)

Lowest It is so low in "tar" and nicotine we print test results on all packs and


Florida the legislators tax Increases said placed Saturdaythat on; cartons. D Carlton has a distinctive blend high porosity specialair
:auto tags by the last Legislator paper,
'still left Florida in a good tax

,position er elates.In.comparison with oth- vents, and a new flavor filter" with activated charcoal which

Sent B. C. Pearce of East Pa- I
latka and Rep. S. C. Smith of

DeSoto County reported that actually enriches the taste El: We believe
:comparisons showed Florida you'll want to try Carlton I
,tax among the lowest.
The auto tag Increases, which

had was to part be of paid an early estimated this year HOC, 'We also believe you will find it a new and pleasurable smoking

million a year new taxes levied

;apolitical by taxes the have 1963 campaigns.Legislature.become Involved The new in experience Give Carlton the time it takes you to smoke a carton.

Pearce said the taxes were In-
:creased after the appropriations
'bill for the current two years \

,had amount been needed passed to,finance and the all S,I.. \ 4.. ." See for yourself: 1".. ,
; "" known. .. '
commitments was ;
"' ; ik n
.1(1.;( : '. '
Pearce said that In effect the ; J .
tax committees of the two houses -
had no choice but to. find the
,money. I "'i.J.L- _' ._....._..... .


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