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I 1 Burns High In. Run-Off Vote'I'

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Miami Mayor Edges

I Boone And Race Win; Phillips Defeated Out Scott KellyMIAMI

(4')-. Mayon Haydon Burns of Jackson.

Mlle and Robert King High of Miami regrouped their
College l forces today for a runoff battle that will put a big-

city man In the Florida go+ernor's chair for the first

Shows At PollsBARTOW time.Bums, who had campaigned. ever since he ran

a third In the I960 governor
rice, scored strongly hi every
The controversy over the perma- ; county, large and small, to finish Kynes And

Dent locatioiKof the Polk County Junior College apparently on top In Tuesday's Democratic !

was a major factor in the defeat of Mrs. p : 000 volet primary by nearly 100,-I FairclothNip

Dora Cox Phillip, of Lakeland by Seth McKeel, of But the bigger! surprise hi a

_Lakeland In the district one balloting I in the school fxman contest that drew theheaviest 'n TuckMIAMI

T board election yesterday, r. tp S SX vote! in Mate history
wa the 1K'OIMS.pI.ce'k1ory of
While official precinct (AP) Incumbent
Brannen U 11th. a newcomer to the statewide
breakdowns are not yet com* X political acene James Kyaes' and Cart Fair

","eel, McKeel received a Mast Ignored tilts cloth. went ahoulder-4o houdero

Escapes heavy tide of votes lromWtntft' Campaigning' on' a shoestring the wire" today ta a thrilling

Haven and other East white the others were spendinga race for the attorney general'soffice.

RunOffBARTOWMearoe Polk County commvbltiet In record 12.3 million High was .
the Democratic primary. ao lightly regarded by hit foes With only a handful of precincts .
that they vtrtwaHy ignored him, stin to report return
At the same time heavy whale concentrating UIttt' tin on I from Tuesday' Democratic rant

dilate Bramten.lor Incumbent sheriff of Polk ran upport from Winter Haven each other primary, N appeared the contest
Aubumdale precincts aatnred Duval County gave Burnt a I might be decided by the abteif
In yesterday'sDemocratic
County Austin T. Rate Jr. of Winter t s amatttlna. rndnft with a martin ,tee vote.Kynes..
primary f'r.i1; ; -4.4.ln.- bit hometown charging forward like
ed an unofficial J4JWVO Haven, of another term on
opponent, Sea* Jofa E I the football player be ones was.
( i Arid became InC first the school board Race was (Jack) Mathews Jr.. and the made the race one of the elect
Polk County sheriff to be opposed by R L. Brumbaughof U.year**! mayor ran first or boss closest by narrowing to a
re-elected! D4CBrannea hi a primarysince Lake Alfred In the district ,. second In almost! all the 1 7 ( hair' breadth an early deficit
4 baHolmg tin of more than "000 vote
ended say Return from an but 14 f1lt1ortd.
tell"1M, had a rprenentalive
chance of a nmoff ehx Winter Haven and other rm **mlon nf vote and .'* 1271 precincts' gave
linn M the rare for sber* test Polk ata ,
areas turned after the haHott oj the btJ rf Fairrtoth GZ,700" to &UM
Iff by gaining over IXvw out heavy votes for the reelection cute had been' counted he held for Kynet a difference' of only
the '
'* more than com
trirwd totals of his three of SheHey f. Boone, a XI.ft* vme second' place mar!171
opponents, H P (Pal) of Winter Haven, at County gin over Fred O. I>t<1IIMO,,. a. Gets Early Lea4ranxioth

.ordon, CWtoa L plow arMhd "rlftIfI\cStoIlL Victory Salute He Likes What He HcorsIncumbents early money favorite and the who moat std eiabnrateDfctmmn the most rode a heavy Ud tt
ett and Hump RogmH from Dade
Boone bad bees dar...d oraawnlnn at all.ew vote County an

a-.n Rogers'etssd ra avc wick pohttoal activity retard M.yet "'t'. Rams. at led...d. wadi 5.h We wile M.yet ...... .... Hhh ad We war ,ooh wren .....t I faded and Nees SenI eaHy disappear lead at then later saw return matt came of it

end ta mp the rate tar sheriff fag the Junior nHrfe. but he ... vivo is We ........ sh.e ".s.miq M 5w ... m. wS's. N 111. .... t.ta,4H es shry ..c.q/ ........ .MSri Ld.ssia I I Scott Kelly of laturtand came on I ha from rural OOUMM wfcer
bet hit vtMftaial was ... a Mbaiantal victory ....... taOjuiUiaa the 4..A ........ ,......, ht pvwe. Ur Wit.' .... ........ -yet ...... hi. .. Ma .met. ........ fer emtma'. (o chalk-ate High for the rvn- votet are coveted by hand. IUa Gorton Roles over W. W. (Mi) Read prtnc -. -I tar WMpksi' nrr.p aput Aa the later vote Fairdoih. a state repraaanta I
-- -- . -- ---raltrd .... all Iran the tanstoettass. ._ .... W/ .
Wtomrial from M
7X VMMand pal of the Winton. SthooL KeRy *ecke4 steady tenortpIAaa
; ;
ttowa nee*** tast.My oppjeen three*
( on .or*hurdle remams Lass Margin Vaughn And Win Mrs. Work 'y Ha a.*ay**<*<**them'ra'".. .. *...t Situ. ** In vote lck Dade

Nr Braww toflees. M Wins
Dixon To Vie > High ana had the Jwert wheahe
lie win fan Repuhtfeea flyLees.. . Tba Uka>*nd ; c: .
'left his campaign headtjuaritrs
Ao, O Riley Winter Haw kurae.a escudo polled and went" ham at an 'rwhou ,
Haslett Wins New Terms On Term In Post
M school teacher and prt- 11.1$ at against II.WI for with pone pnwtnctt suit Holland\
.. detective ta the ... .
% M... PMNpt. tome tot absentee unreported la Keft3laivd.Absentees .
teat election M {***mber. BARTOW Paul Vaughn BUnthe M. .'Oft!. suptrviaar >
f votes atM to bt recorded Ta Re fowledStiU
cannot affect the out. veteran chief deputy to ourtmi BoardBy of regtmration. won a Kelly Pull
County lo be tousled ono werethouisds
come. circuit court dirk D. II kandt4o dxruton In vet*
of abwwe ha oU.
ThornhillAnd Race rrgwwrtd JO JM votes blues Jr. M Mcrdty't Polk lerday's Pale County Drmo Then murt be tallied ta the pre Big Polk Vote
at againtt lOll for Brumbaugh voting far the clerk punt but a RONNIE! SMART had aa unofficial MMvott primary etociton I doth cwu by Friday and the lute
lead over' James J. Muaao. ... two Board Hat untilTuesday
a margin of 1.IN bal. Lakeland atkaol Uachrr. Earned Utgt Malt "riur xppunMittSht Canvassing By WlttUM D. HIIUJNOUdg
StrainIn ..... The rtttrnt, D. (Bud) DIMM, shpped BARTOW Polk County former talriand mayor who puHod "**, unoffcial to rrlea** them, r Staff WriterU
art oatteioplete
IBM a runoff apotDtKon will have' the same county now live M Winter" Haven voles in beatMtf her nearest Whether' an>body anted It or
or official .bo rraigned' his com"UIlIOII for at kiM' two in the rare for the District cwwx M L. (Bart) not the raaoff mcrtMg of Burnt S. Sm. Spmard L llol.
Run-OF f Boon won it-election bymore at Lakeland Junior more ) Wan Unuftcial I labutattim Patmer, whit paled I.MJ and High *fll bring lU c4vdrighia land, of polled a
than T.CN teaching port of. years.Att gave Dumian a m.raCII ...... That Raw ....... Worka wise dearly 14 the front heavy vote in his native
W'OC"11aa High School to Wok" the cnmmiuionfrawho
three 15,065.Dunsuu n.... of la this county In hit auccettful bM
11.10 u status vicWry fund they are poktfcaloppuaim.
unofficial rite was tha IV",,, of tike ,
BARTOW-J. B noraw count gave lha nut their who i* comptaung J. E. (Ed) H..Hy camt .U fur a fourth term In yaater
Jr, and Hdbton Straw will school superintendent U.V4 contest at lbs spaded bola Hx on tha his first term' .. commissioner last with ....1 ...... Burnt, hit by rectal troubles day's Democratic primary
inset agora on May X in tha ..... far votes between Paul lute M yes.terday's< election
as agataat 17.TC7 for and Mutto waged one of In a ttatamant Ibis mora'lad In Jarkaanvdle durum the cam.the
Democratic candidate for DemocraUcprimary: two almost cam to btaw Iron" her off n in Ban w.Tum civil rights Ml pending in county aUo gave State Sm.
Polk County IM caHacwThornMH Soatt Kelly of Lakeland, solid
laad yesterdays Griffin Mattox Win scortd Im- f d campaign Lrtr-g th*at final Bartow rally.last of Sat the ( to Paae I. Column 4) (Turn lo Pace 2. CaWmn:: T) support_in "his strong ractagauisi
race to fill the aeat Mt open preliM vie live omcr uemocrauscandidaur
by Ray Ckmaau, OemeMt lanes, and vrdaWoods. u the gubem'
Waved at Poik't u* esse aor one of the the former schoolteacher Holland BuriesOdhamPepperWins tonal baHutiogHoUand .
for M yean, but did not seek Story Sprott (In three willbow acewnmuUtad the. received 31.752
reflection thia term lotion most vote of any county candidate were against H.J1J ballot
Complete but vaofficial .... RepublicanoppuMHM "OODS in gautttg hw second marked for BraUey Odham.of .
tuna thaw 'ThoraMI received InNovember. term in DMUICI I Hw unofficial Orlando, a Iwo-Uma gubernatorial
It._ vxca In yeatefdayt voting. Run-Off For House 2SJI2 votes fir outnumbered loser w previous
web Strain running sea Of the Ibm, L W (UtDunsun ) the combined total of state dectwna,
oneS with ... of Winter, Haven won hw three opponants MIAMI (AP- Nominee (or i I; la tha Chit diUrni urauhwgfrom Tha total art unofficial
Stark F. GIM Jr. ran third Rep Ben Hill Griffin Jr. S. Yancey, of Uk*. by the tmaUest margin. At He was Wtuwed by .',.. one aaat in the U S Senate and, Orlando>> lo Cap Kennedy and do nut include more than
wan an uaoffVul taut of of rrostproof won the Democratic land and :j. fee Chark dMa Counties of Lakeland and cw 1_ Wpbs. .M votes three in the liaise of Reptetm )Democrat Inumat Kenney defeated M abtente ballot issued
7,91 votea. just ahead of : nomination for elate Curua of Haines Cny. Floyd Wood of Medulla Uroutdtctanced (is.,.. R Bun. 1.040 and J. lauvei were chutes by tlornla'a,,, James King fur the nomination in Polk Cuual). The absentee -
CUm L. Owper't un'eI' senator of Pofli County .. the The totals are unoHicial for two and three H Bill Kegtay. I.M7 Democratic: and Republic voters to oppoM incumbent ballot were to be counted .
ea George K. Mer received primary election )esterday all precincts. Although some opponent Combee. situ eight year Tue dy. Rep. Edward Gurney RFla. today, but. n& rdles*.
4.UI votes in the primary The four-term House member toO absentee ballots were to With only the absentee had lie dwg the primary ballot I who sought a second: term HoUaAd led Odham by a
voting. polled a total of 23._ be counted later today the IoU to be counted. Duals (Turn to Page t Column J) lineup was the nomination of Complete but unofficial reTurn
Absentees art not included. votes at against 11,511 for outcome could not affect Griffin's veteran Democratic Sea. Spea ( to Page 2. Column I) (Turn to Page 2, Column I)
majority vote in the race lard Holland, by an overwhelming '
with the other two contender vote, for a fourth term *
Holland. U of Bartow, defeatMi .
Rrailv rvihiiti nf Orlando kv
Republican f.. a sold two-to-ona margin. With 1
Griffin a prominent citrus only a few precincts drill I&fto
man with various other business counted. Holland led W, ..s to \,
interest will face Republican 2TS.090. t
Marion O. Vernon. a t la a victory statement the H !
oAuburndala.. in the general A' elated Holland who campaignedin fe
election in November opposition to the C.vJ .
While' GOP voting strength Rights bill, termed hit win 'a
ha* been increasing Polk victory for the voice of const*- ;
County in recent years. the tutnaal government" Holland
Democratic nomination in face Republican Qaude Kirk of
legislative race u still considered Jacksonville, 38, a lawyer and +
tantamount to election. political newcomer, in Novem
In the two race for the 2 Incumbent Nominated
a Florida House of Represents-
v Democrat nominated < w o
Turn to Page 2. Column 3) incumbent representative

Claude Pepper of Miami won
handily in the third district over
Woody Hampton, Pepper' 1960
opponent. by a vote of 60.853 to
L 11 20.BQ2; and Sam Gibbons of "

Tampa'. 10th district defeated .. '"'
I Robert McDonald another newcomer ;. ',;
Page M.77S to 11,"'. ,...
Amusements ..... 3G Pepper who served Florida In 'II 4i

Bridge ................... 31 the Senate for 14 year before
losing in 1950 to Sen George a
r Business News" ... 21 Sma hers, D-Fla.. sought a sec
Classified ............ 38-39 ond term in the HOUM Paul 'v
Comics ................ 3&-31 I O'Neill a Miami ftockorokcr, ..

...!, f... Deaths ...................... Z U hw Republican challenger ::;
Editorials ......_.... 4 Gibbons. had no Republican opponent. a-

Television ..._......37 Republican chose Jay Me:.
Still On The Team
Horoscope ....... ........ 36 don a Miami airline executive Best Wishes From Friends
One Of Many Calls to Rep. Dante Fascell,
Sports .. .. 33-31-35 c..ty c..........., Fbtd w..4", UH tk. ..k.i .k.n<. ..*tl I D-Fla.oppose in November Median

Sc...... ....4e.t Shslby. $. laces ...... ore .f t''" Weather Map .. .. SV C-ty C..iuie.., ..1..... CwnkM a tk. tw. (*ii9>.lul.l. Mel I defeated Walter Rucki for the Sea, SM>M'4. .. Halt..n4 tmiUi n k. ace**!* CM|..tlll..
cell k. ....i... ,_ Uu Mkt .. .his wie" Women 10.11.1 ...k.r 55 their; vicbu.i i. ,r cuss war W. W. RM4 vac *.4e ..... fists. h $",.ot) t- -. Haehnl. vote of 4,042 to 1484. Lyi "i.." altclwn. n....., Phew. ky Shun)

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1 LAKELAND LEDGER.: Wednesday, May I, 11" I 1 ,
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I"" Holland Buries. I Kelly Pull,

[ ; Pepper Wins Big Polk Votemargin

of more than three

Morns gave Kcnnev 54579rtw ersburg RIa for the tth, H ? to one.
18.9U: for King.Repubikans district era Kelly unoffk.! vote in : : A.
Ito hJ: home county, not including ''" ': .. i
allowed five Stand .
the absenteE ballot, ws ,(, .
) .
:Democratic incumtiewts to go HnHmd one of the lewfr-fv uiSnutliefn 28074 a* against a total of ' .

JJunnppnsed and. barring near|: opposition to the Prtv ... ..,. ..
:*nicle fOP write-1n vtctorkm tdrnt's Civil Rights bat. (.ari: I : -,.,),
: frJt; P -
Novembpf return to ('
I gTM right stand and his senate seniority ' x ,- -
tie said he comidrr
i The "'uf Robert Sik"JCrestview -. <,f "
provisions of the bill tmcorKiltut 22.906 cast for the five other
assured of a 13th: t
tonal candidate for
f term from the first district: Sid governorIf
Holland said the lopsided vote there ws any surprise
Hertnng of Lresburg. ninth term I
II m his! favor was an indication) in Holland's overwhelming ,.
', _.. _ .. __ i that floridians wanted no fur victory over Odham It was I ; ",' .
; ; .rw ether federal encroachment into, that almost 10.000 Polk County : ; "
__. nt_ >. . their daily lives *I residents who went to the ,
..... .. .. t. "
'" ... -
.. The voice that sounded loud: polls in the Democratic pri- 'C.... '
from the fifth district: James and dear at the pods in Florida j i1 mary did not mark ballot in ':f

Haley of Sarasota, seventh term today was that of a great malority - the senatorial l'lectlon.Kelly' I
from the seventh district: D. R of rib -ens who want moderate strong showing in IE
and constitutional his home county was not unexpected E
Billy) Matthews! of GaintviHe. governmeet

seventh term from the eighth ," aid Holland WHAT DOES THAT ONt MtANf-!... kin Ktn>, ears, ..d has .4 his ..,,.,... discos.5t. .In If the there was any j I

district; and Don Fuqua of Al Odham. twice defeated as a -..... el sus .r.cifKf ..... as ffcrf ... papal as bond Ie k..,'. sissies dq ...... wa surprise that the balloting senator, it --
tha second term from the ninth(candidate for governor, came ssa...... .Ledges Phase hr H,5hn. lost state
m his
district |lout In favor nf civil rights leg two precinct

Democrat Rep Chasten Ben'Malton and railed for programs) home city to Miami' Robert CONGRATULATIONS CHICfl-SlwnH Masse .....**, M.

nrtt of Jacksonville. seeking a!of medical cart for the aged and) Storey And Mrs. Work !, Dynes AndFaircloth ': King High h ..*,'tiiWa'' kf kit c"lef cnmt *l depart, J. C. Dtlttin, *ttfc I

ninth term In the second dttrict a new mtlrifmttn wage I AW. Right Bill Backed iWtrrws .sew ,551., psecisces shawl tosses stile ticts I-

had Republican opposition I r InRunOff Wins Full j High led Kelly In Precinct rca, aVMttof A. H. IH.wp) ...ers, H. P.L. 'Pe" Guns s.4
from William Sprott j j 45. Webster, 250 to 204. The
Stockton of Jatkonvifle | Chime H...... (U<.tf Phi fcf Insist
Miami also the
IncumbentsVictors mayor - -
Term 'In Postsaid Lakeland legislator and biminenman -
Rep Paul Roger / "'f'IJI Tuck
Palm Beach' sixth district 'Nip'n in Precinct 72, Park : Burns High To Be Rivals
.1I. { land by SM to ISO, according ,
faced ''
bid I
hi hh
opposition for a I
mil lives. Imumhent Ray Mat I appreciate the big j,ihut Kynes made up for It else to unofficial return I
term from '
Job Sleek of Hallandalr Repwbbian tooL of Winter Haven scoredan vote I got and I shall en- 'I....,. Both precinct are In Northwest In Governorship Run-Of f
Democrat f Marion Harrrl For Board easy vuUiry over two dev in carry on the work ': Barrtng a totally imexpetiedRrpuMiean I I] Lakeland, and contain:

ran of St Prtmbuf fiiiirng f Democrat ihattengertla In this office hi a manner wrtte-M victory inNotember a substantial majority of thectty's Congrrt High promiwl ti tn After the riot and a >x.;;;, _,

Rep..William Cramrt <* M PsiIt's ago became the r" tt slman .. that is pleating to the city! ,' general election,! Negro population force It if H M enacted 11'a taws )a the police department t.He .:.. )
+ "- the Democratic High of
t: nominee wMllautomaticalfy lj course, was a
be elected tens this
ever to to county
/ ""moffu.ial) return fr mat:. head
a* nemmilKiLM3
; become the state' strong supporter of the civil
the commission ptdwd up a I'l'J1rl41./! I appreciate! wort andsupport ;but a few of Florida's J.:n pre
1 'Utter legal advisor rights Ml pmdMg to the U.S. I Burn* charged that "the t:_
total of 21>M unofficial of aU friends
.. " . my 'Irln te. Bum piled up a t Jal c.1 tldents
BONUS hit third Bat neither Kynes nor Fair. Senate Kelly' campaigned on preceding the ele iLaIs'
way In a term In :o4.U8Then
1301.842teI. High
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L "lot* claimed a positive state* right platt j *i* poHHcaBy Isspitet"Nis
U* Dtttnct I seat the te<.md How rn' victory c:me k(.., *?! 191,065
tit wit trailed by bob C lent U'alU,-. Slurry of Bar :F:14t: ; The coontiet mat have their] form to opposition to the civil I attitude against as i
t I ., labaeatee haltou counted by Fri rights program being advocated (rights remained firm and Rots
.s -_ - taw fed three other Demos b> the administration | l jviously did not dim triaotel':'

+ F rtatic tndidalcs, but he Will I rtn" didnt have too much : - of President Lyndon B Johnson I : j J ring appeal. Florida be Mid

IJ face a run-off nn May :2* with lime to fur I I ''P: .,.... ' :Iit.'_ C'. I : wants for governor 'a man - .- ,. -- Kingvwnnd Rprmi+ It of UkWales .. .Hf .. campaign mp < :!It V.; t In . with I7I.S07 Mat heir i
race, W
Jones 7XJ and fo..eph f' DMrlct tacombxnt lames under Kyne, the with M' nS. and Rep Fred Karl The 41-year-old High shattered/
dmera. liltromhrf U..I rcMilt to the btoewher m the twnty 1 1l Iday, The nfTicial statewide can appointment of Vohnia County with IJ7I. 'wilt hit strong tbowtaf a trade
group J haNi...... enctudmgtve I hnetlidl dssMirt woes wets van wont ba completed. '"lIsl| of lens Fairit Bryant, led 'The Demomtic ties that Ute number of tote*
I Happy till ........... -sees, M fllo5ws'. nest; Tbrwlayt Earl Fairctatfl. of Miami, to have nominee wtD alp be M direct proportiM' alit

F 4 t .I wnuU like M ibM the ....' ftwnry a Mat at I .H*. I .si w Of '(lie f>.*. lhtnct t Heavy abtenJee balloting was the The race toromplete for attorney and generaL unofficial Novemlitr.a Repuh On s'aa the opponent GOP ride to|jib* amount c4 money a rand*

wonderful |ire lit Polk tippett twerdcd 11.41 51555? One 'reported ki Mhnerous counties Rep diaries HoNey CYI PmeNts fdatt) attend
County fur Shelf tupp rt and David B hsggielsisnmtr0AIg I fieerg* T. ........
vote M this lisdas." CumIH .. with ...*. and 0mmwest. < defeated Vlrg4l I Worn. 55a. INlidsisrsr45h. ..,.. ........, I.imleh's, and, Fairdnth 17,)*7 but not yet' sure. of hnprtui winning laccept big contrtbutton tIcaua

} MlfB "I....}.| fWIIIItII.tHOII I J.JIIII ; > s IX saline.C.itirt.ltlm ''I.JIII. Palm rVeMti lies and Du, thai K\ campaign charge fwftbout a runoff they would rompromK

Funds saved hard vor% and washing lice aasusen of this ....... I, .1MAritt rile I val .,_ saes if the WM Bryant the "CrownPrtar admfc t Return from |,kt prefect I Ail principles, ba culbxted onVfnjhi

tut>rthrr we can cunitnut la rare M the tfcWMrrttic rueD I A r"+ussst laetwmsa. AI II( DV 1M pm-ind g.vlur : wratton seemingly did 'gave Hah>y ft.4W woes to in' 1

10th I keep our taros em the wuv* Sir w/R Tuae R.1stAr Steil '***' j, Yessi..? oho ... hid 1447' tunes ........ l55,110 woes so *.1M a rc...., too atrongly ta Polk nut '(or 1b r-*ter of Fin Myer A By nmtranf, Dutaoon u'ira,mfi4l4.N1

by the I I wish to ibatA my me** Wells M the gwwril. ides.Ions mod 1-- McOmMad, oho Kyr*. teeandy appniMed tot i M votet gave test present atM t Betrh and I7JM.I for Ken f......Jed to don..*onv KHt"

I irieetde crud aispp'wns wells tabw Nswemlaer J| puHrd .HI MM, w/N beb.. d .the tnHtmv a. n'rart pmt bylOnv. awey gemr.t \'tftdry mar 'UOrttndotMth ||4 U47. Bum !4efJ4, M*

t bHpiid.. wafer .M* vkrtnr) pm Mattes last M saa.rla I May.. :91 Cm*+* to bat ... I am Bryant pit the corny U mN4hvwa ... j llghi' lerecaMB ilbewt tM4t7 and Krl tKi

Earn tamer W..... Howard wM IW VIM 4 1 J5 *"** *.* ant *. **. tl tas 7,514 tunes-is j .07
..mj..e. W.M. ad. luaaan gssium J Mism ..... Clotst+hh. J. l. IMritt ... ta ..%.. M sisal iSiuMy.iM its 'eras IIIIpoft ** Burnt and. High fcmwdiawly .,
irsell AIM TraV al as .......... "*'Y. PdMmg is. ..<4 la -1 ta fceoewbte and, M HI ttiSrensm/y be.aa raaning the Hup.ponert .
taw alsMiimiI '
from theist I WAs..r Mosw uus I. (oasis IUNI 4 ".... ...... Left I, Hsrry F., hides WMwinner Mee ;2'1.41 te |T'- to NIl |. s..' the 1't./lt I.slluatrtltpnshDt K of die leer IWM mwM''i...Ills...1 Wabingsn at Laurd H DC die repo tarp
.. Q. >uaMM) and 'II .
QVMMI. the
| M Iht ewmmmsiawat wwh |.'* wags e* rants kt atm th fn tics .*..! teat Burnt Md
for .k. new t.. years. 1 r*.* l. tt Nr Jilt I NrnerMasSes : c......... toe r 14tedrliii's. lacamlitem Rdwa c+eum/msasresmr L M....... '............ psenpst he ..biti'its.a i rates w hones ih* weed from to trrhlid urtIron Ras iNI.

sad McCMrlwwa). bh . ,
4ww sue M it** ........ Im tim emlert May over bM taApunemt forced th ,
flu j I M Uw ajrtM* '"f the Bry.] ."halKp S Brewer J4.W to
I Result Ahead .
terms, H he .p N. ..... iMiln..M/w CMet Jr M .
Sara M I**. j jj *f / + aiipmpd j CMMMe. I. I*. Dnwfct '.......* the rtrst <3** gahmetlKynM. the Rumbiicaa node of sea alter the Ja 4*
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will. live Repuhtea nptsaa/. bmweM IW leader, RdWMbtmt. I i4 fraat awth aLike ..
4teM attend 1* aaawm Canfhrmw luntbaN cwt' j! Dolly polled only I.IH sums -
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pscu'es1 eladiwt
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ud thus rr':ts tr:> OYouII "+ R. West. a ........, of CM prdiad UN saes. Qinmiag and tkpenenMInnMMtiPM ftl woe. b* had pfantiM fair reappur'Immmtmtes '". Jk3"! .'f'.. .. ''',
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la IW Democratic 2.24 vote -.I : " '
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measly %
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I-ALrlan4 MWayi ftrM try Ins ............ v1III.r Q Roll's4mg iMawr P...aaf fc Bf...r of Mia .' Mayor N.) Obituaries ,

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(: pulling XM Ml**. dvSMM CaMbhr. H Disc.. M. !I Demm't uc prunark ba
t i .MIINM *MM| that Kt h.dattherawa Four MM leads I wile ....... uUwl a.141VMM MRa. NClllt; allLRROUht t.M M charge of arrr{" c "-

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... pariaiseu I Den-Se. J PFiver IhMrid t....M fram Mtaati' IIMWM of adtb It I P 1ft at hhi Bethel Rapist .
.1IUnC'\'hltlil r)fUu temple ever made by St-nne'n. .40 WM atatuHt hit heat Kelly Ia-. ......... 71 hid
Hcrt'i )11'" hcirinj for Mh men and aotit.-n' .. hum wuMy SHUMWHM ..
for ... ..... Burial soil fottu. .,1 Avt. eted Md4a anons "
I Mialufd putter Ur Mrrw G0salsse. iacarsih.ata Mtafif w*<* any auipnsMta in the Soicrum
SONOTONE 1 fail ......nd bM brim ..... had TJf wins M Maw I** sits; MMea. M. tad .... from ...., tile votMg for ih* other c..a..,. s > M bit mtJ+ of. .nrahort > a
UtaMt. MHi
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217 I. U*, .. St. Ulcloftil. fk, MU 2-7816 pmawsY .hm (rum the .1, A. A. Ready and WMissm (N) tan. vimaay .. html] ta the rawly. ih* I...... CtNItI"Morri-I 1 Eagland tad cam to Winter from BnuegUm. .>> '
rt .wctaM. ... hat served Fri* d* WIt tea ears ago
ear ptay.e dNIt. K.... 2.TJJ .... / tow| 4.4W WIlt recorded for Hugh VM>
ly *I"I.. the threa memher_ _, n, -w haw to b* plarad mthat ihtevacCfORCE. Mast lit was aricattoa 11'.
miasiiia regineer and owner Jtha

K'M'I' ass n.a.... .horsey i +511 eat0aryH ran third in the PolkbaHauac C, McLAIN ,! Stanford Irritation CoWnMar >

gM.ral these IMMMM flan after Siaw San John Matthew Geuraw C. MHaM. Havm Mr. buaford .;aja >>
AS of 741,
YOU ARE SELECTIVE in the Choice *arvM tkit >ears a* Dar Bry-' putted 4.T* ..... Fred ,'-' hgr.Isat Aw. dstd munher of the St Altar
...'. (GaMnpal Church ta Auoum4kI
esevsi.s ascsalaat sad O tBwl) Dukwaua. 4MIMd : tansy alMfUMM taOaacl hakoisd
of YOUR NEW CAR Laaaaativt tnmsbimahiriar Mate Rap Fred B Karl HuttMal after a than I I I is survived by hi* w'ttMrs. > .
Jane SuaJard two smr.
The 24M .....
ause sac aHwwMd K)*wto
replace Richard f.l\.... who '"'....* Kelly ruaWd W an nn A eatssd road Rascal Sualbrd. BinninghanMich ,
. ....s hit humaoiua warsatew.ies and ........ L Suntord
Choose was .. CtJ dw Stale hue premise WM M vi W I C hb Cuaauructiun Co
your FINANCING just as carefully pntme Court tq fill vacancy <). M w a Disk on the ., FU McLain ...* a Jr Bhiumfiatd HOis Mss <*".
created by the drain ul JUUMY mate aide that the none IkonSI aatisresd AubunMUIe He Aairaiit+ta MrsAdele furor.a !

(..... Tvrrvll UM Jaawuv .OH* Pout ctMben who> toted member ol the Pmbywruui was Birmingham Muh. and Mr-

It was Uu attariuneM iu Brv tar usher candtdatM apparent church a \iran of World Portia Lustier Buenos AmArgaaiiM >.
ant thai the 43-yMr-uU lair- l> lap the LakalaiMier fromUadiM I. and member of the war two txiothann tier'
cloth in the nuHtff elect ion Arne .tot Stanford and Enc Stanfordof
suackad w his .
itan Letian
-f gn.tayuif and \awraM of For .
Li. KyoM. a* attorney ... with Boras on May X ':045 Wars. EngUnd, fourteen ...DlSchJ

--.. VJJ.You'JI teal would work to help firyaat Kelly could not be reached Survivor wcwd four broth dies and one great grandchild
after IM covanwr'* torn ended for comment on hU hems en. Robert M. McUm Service will ba hard at !
county vote this moraiivg. but of Port o'clock tomorrow at tha St Ai
Gives EsprrienctrairckK& last lu&ht lie expressed appreciation Jefferson.Lain of Coral N.Y.: FRat P Me.{baa Episcopal Church in Au'

a first term rapretentative. > and gratification James A. McLam Gables Fla.. bumdtl* with th* Rev. Herbert
: was Mtocted by the fur .tie NaV'OIe cast for Ky. Herman McLam Paduc Me.. E. Beck. pastor officiating Bui
Legislature M one 01hi I*: bun.SMWIOT. Fla; and three AUburndale. -ial will b* Saturday u the Vkhut-
oultunduifcUwmakar* at the Holland this mom- and Cwt nephewsSarvw chapel Cemetery w Binning
IK1 season tag was already on hi* ..ay ham Mwh Frind may cal

rairclulh alwi e d his back to Uathwgwn to vow anaoiMced* arraagamanu loner by Duke will be from T to | click tonight *'
14 year of e&periMc M a law on proposed amaodmaai lo Funeral HomeRITES 1 MilcheU Funeral Home

ver.u Miami! and cuur Ml u the civil. rtghu billRestaurant
---- ---
to K),,M' three years expert FOR MR GRttN HENRY; UILLUMS

ence a* assistant slate atioraevin Opens' : Funeral services for Charlie WILDWOOD Mr. Henry .1
the Fifth Judicial Dwrtct 'Cummina Williams cited Monday afternoi
Green of 14}
The other five member of the I Doors To Negroes' Avt. who died Monday Idaho at an Ocala Hospual following:

enjoy the overall convenience Florida Cabinet had no uppuu. |I held >*starda> at the were East: a lone rilMts

turn either w the pnmarie or in NASHMLLE TOM (AP) Lakeland Church of dud ; Mr. Vittumt was a former
and efficiency of a Florida Notional November gaoaral etectton Another downtown eating place<<, Rev W C Cornier. pastor The ratidaat of Lakaiand where hr
thus being Virtual assured uf I here "ha* admitted /Negroes in by the Uv assisted worked for the Atlantic OMLtae <'
AUTO LOAN regardless of the make of automobileyou reflect the face of more student demonstrations Shoemaker and the RIIR Thomas E RailrondI .

They wereSecretary and as in minister n i+:Culpeppar officiated Survivor include bit sister
8 u r i a
choose to ; of Slat Sum Ad'j i: marched three mite in response! (was w Lakeland Memorial Mrs. Aawe L Smith of Lakt
buy"h am, seeking his second I to President Johnson's coil for I Garden lend rune children, seve",1Ilrandchildret1.

Mudc Comptroller Ray E. Green seek,moral leadership by the clergy,' Pallbearer ( and .grand
to ,..,
were great
4i /**, at 'Iter.', e ttktUae,, there will be I floril Nt'i..., in his fourth term; Treasurer J.t i' The Arcade Tic Toe. 4 frequent Harvey children.
goal"t gt fate /a Liti.pi"NATIONAL "Woodard. Gilbert Suder. Leslie
Edwin Larson. .
seeking a seveota target of civil rights tomonstration
1)..,;., term Superintendent :'Uoodard.. Jerry B. Smith. T.
of because
it hd I
Education Thomas D. il balked ,lC. Dyer and Melvin Smith.
Bailey. at a desegregation move I
?' MUSIC WEEK seeing a fourth term and agriculture started last year served tuft' 1 Music was by Mr*, Barbara Dukes Steen
S ComnuMuner "Dansby, organist and ngerj:
Doyle drink to 10 Negro demo natt '' I
Mrs Ruth Cmnel'
Conner. seeking a second term ton Tuesday An llth dttncn-
MAY 3-10 Three of the ; Sm:Ul t'4 MISS Pat'y Rud.' Funeral
seven member of stratum had to leave because sSf: Home
the State GentnMirns"n F ?I:1 H:me
Supreme Court won I had no money
Democratic nomination without The Negro and white. Cae h-' ,I
M opposition They were Chief:oJic. Jewish and I'rof= 'r'clergymen THORNTOrl 310 I S. Florida

WITH TRUST DEPARTMENT \ Justice E Hams Drew Justices; ended their thn-s

B. K Robert and Just he mile march: at the step of t1courthouke -' JdEMORIALHOME'
poss. : or.osix srs0a.uc$ coa.ounor 5p. irt> *r N.tioaeliarsr. Robert tl'\ u 1 where the a ptused tlU ,,. ..... -- Phone MU 2-3123

DL'O&'D aareogat 0500. or aaat Ft/ere/ie. *f Music Clubs Each sought Ple-tt nl'>t m dltifercnt mind held a prater '1"1'e- ......'""" t"

*eat. upreme L"u' i it ,> ihi \h'11 to MI TT BIBi ................ ambulance service
,- [t 11':1:5 *to,-9 t, "al' t"r1'1'S. I Jjl"| I cf, ". i .... .... L

t .

Young, IViet I Nam ,Wednesday, May I, 1M4 |
Taft WinIn American Policvl I I. LAKELAND! LEDGER,

Associated By JAMES MARLOW I,they had a try at It This country Eisenhower: to try their lurk; himself. He can only recom-]s base for raids on Cuba ft diplomatic' I!
reporters -
Ohio Press Newt Analyst poured aid into South an-
VietNam with Castro who took charge,in tried to content Itself by
trying peered unanimous hi negative
WASHINGTON (AP) The through President Dwight Cuba at the beginning of 1959 mend.Problem
to ruin Castro by a boycott
May Drag On on I reactions to reports that the ex
COLUMBUS Ohio (API two sorest points in American D. Eisenhower's last four veara He remained calmly unbudged. I It's doubtful Johnson can find t trade with htm. lies were getting ready to move
Rep. Robert Taft Jr, son of the!foreign policy now are the dDap, They had two years under The Democrats didn't do any a Vietnamese victory without This hunt been successful, against Castro.
late Ohio senator dubbed "Mr.I idated condition: of the war In better. They had more than far more direct American Involvement -,either, because! the Allies i ignore: Secretary: of State Dean Rusk t1
Republican" and Democratic'South Viet Nam and Fidel Castro's three years under the .dmlnis- "
Former OfficialOf than Democrats or the boycott and keep on sellingto e.M. 1 would not anticipate Ir
incumbent continued survival hi Cuba. rations of President John
Stephen M. Young F. Republicans have wanted to him. the near future overthrow oi
hurdled the civil rights Issue to The Republicans win make Kennedy and Johnson to win in risk, since war with Red Chinacould CIA Castro himself by the a lion nf
clinch senatorial nominations in'them major talking points unless AgricultureDies Asia and eliminate Castro. follow. Win know Cubans taken Ihere," He said

Ohio's primary. I fore these the conditions: change be-j<' But the Republicans are now] So the Vietnamese problem| Now come rumors that the et Castro's Internal control iron
Ted W. Brown secretary of presidential campaign. in effect calling the Democrats ties are going to me some!urea seem solid.
They're already doing H. At 73 may drag on unchanged. But;
Mate and a veteran vote getter, If the namby-pamby on Cuba and Asia that's far away. Cuba and Castro Latin-American country as abase I But would tak,' *om O of IhRepublican
banked on his rtvO rights oppo-,Vietnamese opposite happened-tbe,, and demanding action while re- being closer, are more painful ( for trying to destroy Castro heat off Johnson i< 'S
srtton in a sharp dash with Taft Castro war Improved or BRUSSELS. Belgium (AP>- roaming vague on what kind. in some through raids or whoa ge' !some kind of action was taken '
for the Republican nomination fell-President chances Johnson'spolitical John B. Hutton 73. former U.S. The Democrats would escape This government ways. got burnt m or harassment That men take against Castro, no matter how
but failed to carry a single great leap forward.would He take has a undersecretary of agriculture, the burden of having to explain 1961 when Kennedy backed the some doing if they try ft indirectly
county hi Tuesday's votmg. stake in both. a died of a heart attack on the if somehow they could find disastrous invasion of Cuba by No matter how much the
"The results indicate that the For this reason, while Viet way to a hospital the U.S. Em some solutions or make the Republicans Cuban exiles but wouldn't support Johnson! administration denied NOBODY TO DRESS
civil rights Issue perhaps was Nam remains unchanged, busy reported. share their burden them when they were any complicity in this the rest SEMM S, Ala (AP-Vofers
not as important as Mr. Brown special Hutson entered the U.S. Department They did to Hen of the world would abby
Interest fastens on ramblings manage get smashed on the be.C MI.'! The proI ably be''at a polling place In the
thought Taft said ta victory now heard that Cuban of Agriculture in 1921 ry Cabot Lodge, who could wind whole business was a fiasco fonda unconvinced. It almost Semnies High" School spotted
statement exiles and retired in 146. He then up being the Republican presidential national couldn't happen without the
are planning some action served for embarrassment. rtns notice on the bulletin board ; TREAT
nearly a year! as candidate. Involved hi The United Intelligence
States Agency
Glenn .'khdrewYoung's against Castro. U.N. not only Tuesday: ,
nomination unitentionally The Republicans didn't solve in assistant charge of secretary administrative general Viet Nam by making him the hasn't tried anything similarsince IJ.Y about It .'aewll meet In gym to-
was the Vietnamese war although and fin.nei.ltervicel. 'American ambassador' thenBut but even stopped the exiles State Department tlftici.h'ttonfinll -[mwriw. Neither group will
challenged by ailing he tan t do anything bj' from using this country as to the phrasing of "
Marine Lt CM. John H. Glenn
Jr.. who withdrew from the race
too late to nave his name removed

Glenn the first American astronaut
to orbit the earth, drn-
a solid "therapy vote," but ft
was less than half Young's
Returns from J70 of the

State's five Brown Tat 126.4M.lUll 41,742 On polling the votes Democratic places and! Gifts Thai Make Every Way :Mother Way!

aide Young polled 330.U ;
and Glenn 148.17)
The peppery 1S. year! oM( Sells Thomas clocks
Young Immediately girded for
a showdown with Taft In the
November general election. He "1
accused the Republicans V r'9-
making his U.S. Senate tea1their
No. 1 target nationally..
"I welcome this challenge." -- "Antique"40hour
he said, adding OMoans had aclearcut
choice "between a general BROTHERS 4 boll alarm
supporter of the JohntonKennedy '
program and a general
oppivncnlOvl lu.lussflor sale! !).!)!)

Rights Sopp rtrd t11>t13f lI.ces '; Imey Mvernee dr..fI' Iwd.ead saw fer aft
Young aba has MpportH else deter Salad malapaewr fora eaethee sty toede'
e, mafcoajanv stars numeiaU UtMhoM hands
tights legtatattaM and has
said end hour btu ticcirtt atom . . t"Rlchwood"
"there cannot be any eempro- dry, steam
miss on rtvfl: rjifru,"
The big ojwf stluft to Ohio's political and spray iron

pictore today was .*M 40-hour bell alarm
effect MIC primary bad on lien 12.D8
Barry GnMweWs civt farVWftfMMf requtorly 10.95

IN R""k'H W Ohio CVMMrVAttVVt NlWflVfWw HI Deliver correct amount of doom, sale! 7.0JIKe'

I tilt PLUS Imo voter spray, wrrpUte fabric hid newer ...... hwdwesa a.e lit tit
Stews" had termed hintseilGnldwalet .. ... .....
a V"U. Not shown; steam ones d. salad brtel ynuaie.ed "" .
tpt" It I Iron 9.95 ; '.ai .sId taama num-s. tuiwinaxt bends
and had assailed Taft as "twvfoftii :4 Olwwii ...nm . Ut
." to .HPWW M the tvOOtMtj
of hM rtdlH. "Buckingham"portable
Taft Mffw OH Mt mad M |nf hand miter 1
Itaase .iIfft hi heel 6-day boll alarm

craves 1M nMNW'f'Mt1 + 11.98
right bit Iw ivfvffTM to hamartf i raguloHy 1995
a* a "tMnMiNt rawMvI .. r sale! IT.tM
**. ant a blind rmrvattv." Don endless kitchen thorn 3 speed ,, '
011..'. WMM RiynMicaa del s . PLUS drink miner ollochment. SahI writeew eee reihild
C3r'i ttat/te
sand bal.4 Mai*
etetta h purged M Use '5einlaas ohae MI, 14th heoas.
James A. flutists, aaIhe bncamm4i
...d r.\WM salt. oven broiler "Rosebud"
wale's tt*.te delegate* :
to the Democratic National CMveMfcM 40-hour boll alarm
to ptod* d ta PmUtMJohnann 1't.oa t
through a aland**. Atbrrt fooulorly IQ9S

Neither I, Porter of had Cleveland. Bouts" loom broto, roosts, controlled sale! <;.fH
party aerMM can heot perfect for frozen TV dinners
Iran for covrMM oXefatetRrlwra 8 .t,It .n4, M.,MK.Ra..e hiss

ffwrwlal4 s 0 0 hot sitter. Li menu s hsnw end
h? oath
Gtew't aurpriamg vole caused: rrr
Same ohtervera to 'fW'CW"' r a > ktus' Iuxraewaree
that he might esters to politic* i T
later, -
The apace hero's first venture
Into home pate pulaura laatrtf
only n days He suffered aa In
tier ear ill|.,ry w a fan ai.mvbaUMMb i I
a M his ColMmbus apart
meal lab M end wuMrrtiMart ,
M W.MI his recover.
till alower Ikea
At KM home near Houston
Tea < | M said he plated
that N ran ..WItI a gad. race .

la ta* aeatatoriaJ primary ,
But dee. ..ho Hid he would ii ,
ant rw even U norauuud, said - _ .... '......L. I
Ke had made M plans other --
tkaa to gee hw health back.

Tanganyika'sWomen General Electric General Electric General Electric

deluxe rotisserie oven portable hand mixer peek-a-brew coffeemaker

FightIlliteracy 70.0D f.f)!) :!:I.f)()

large copociry rotisserie for turkey, rants, horns

ervck-ens . timer outomoticolly shuts off heot . Power pocked for oil your' mixing needs. . lightweight" Stotnim Metl peek-o.brewcoffeemoker. . for In. pet.

BAR ES SALAAM. Tanjan trots thermoMoticoHy direct infrared controlled oven . push button con- . eosy to handle . 3 speeds, beaters eject for easy telfee' . makes 3 to '10 cups . to eoty to clean,
)&a (AP)-Womw are batHuu cleaning. built in gouge tells how much col fee is left.
illiteracy u Tanganyika.President .
Jultus Nyerere! tellrepuYir
the second anaual conference
of the women'a noise hereof Ua
the pereooa w the
who have teamed to read and '
*rile in last 10 >ears 7$ pe..
cent were VI__.
.The preaidiMU told of joud t tis t
wok being done by adult hie-
racy classes throughout TaC4o ".
>iLa' -in tones and out
the bush vll ;a. E\'er.hcn
there u eagerness to share ill t ,
development at the budding re-
public he said.
The show of interest is one
hich few countries 01 the world
could challenge be added. And
urged the mothers of Tangarik 1
) to keep up the good work

Head Count

Brings Grief Sunbeam Carousel rotisserie Sunbeam party grill Sunbeam party size percolator

To Officials broiler plus shish-kabobber 2G.99 stoinleis steel aluminum

loth for 27.99 ,*M.99 :! .99
PASCO. Wash. (AP)-Pasc
Transforms simple foods and left overs Into unique bite
city officials should have quifthile
they were ahead. Vertical rotary broiling . gives exciting rotisserie size taste treats in just 90 seconds! Wonderful for buffet Fast! 30 cups foster than a cup a minute. Brew perfect

About a month ago they ordered flavors to foods! Cooks two broiler-size chickens or 8- meals TV snacks and family needs. coffee automatically, signal light glows when coffee is

a new head count hopuuj gowns rolled roost. Infra-red radiant heat beautifully ready Has no-drip faucet, helps keep table linen clean.
for a substantial increase in the meats and seofoods . no basting required. Mus' House*'ares for
Styled buffet
per capita distribution of tU tt serving elegance.
liquor and gasoline taxes to

cities NOW . TWO HOURS FREE PARKING at Moos Brothers' Lot with
The cases which cost $L Ssi. your purchase of $2 or more, Moos Brothers Lakeland!
Showed a population tots of m
since lat year down to 10, 77.
about SU.100 this year ia slnnd tAU

... ", . ";:J-x'. .! 1' ?'..Itt,.>;,,,,"JJitj.-- --. .

) t r

1 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, May 1,1M4 And Forget'
"Let Me Give You Hand!
--- -- ---- -- __ _ u ____ a 'Forgive


z Castro Cuba

Cigarette Advertising \$1
By DAVID LAWRENCE: propaganda advantage can be
obtained fat the international

has fore- Legal restriction on advertising WASHlNOTON-There seemsto describes debate over reduction of armament .
The cigarette Industry be a new motto that Thus, while much emphasls -

sworn the kind of advertising that connect should be avoided as a bad precedent R r. the trend hi American and is placed on the sgre

smoking with social success Almost anything taken to excess can W v Ydwr foreign poHey-orgtvt ment Just made to reduce the

physical vigor and romantic adventure.It do harm and W i' forget" Is reflected production of uranium, this
labeling requirements ? The new mood really has no military significance. -
Is better that the tobacco industrydo In developments in Cuba. It Is designed
might be extended to tea and coffee It entirelyto
It than the Federal Trade Commission has been revealed for In- produce a psychological
which was threatening to require eventually But it is also true that stance, that the Soviet Union pression that the chances of

health warnings on cigarette packages.The some cigarette advertising in the put Is planning to torn over the peace are being constantly
of ItS The truth is that
cigarette advertising of recent must have been written by Baron \ missiles operation ta Cuba to the Castrogovernment both improved.sides have plenty of nuclear

years has been an Illustration of the Munchausen's agency. on May I. and strength to devastate

fact that the less reason there is to will withdraw about J.000 of ta each other's territory.
the 4,000 Soviet troops now
the ballyhoo
buy something more
Cuba. It is not clear yet Such mutual agreements as
there will be. Commercials indicatingthat a welcome vow not to lure persons r I __ whether Moscow win retain a the ban on nuclear testing in
Julie London will land In your still too young to distinguish between ( veto ever the firing of the missiles certain categories and now the

lap If you only smoke gaspers may sense and nonsense. It also will be 'i rPis decision or whether will be the left power with the of curtailment of uranium production
and pleasant for adults to return to the both agreements
have been deceiving to youngsters Russian "technicians' ",1Io.rt for mspec
without provisions
therefore dangerous, but any middle. land of reason in advertising, althoughit to remain on the Wand. tfon-ere, of course part of

aged; man who has been sitting around may make things a little rough for Not a single public protest. the Soviet effort to give the

with a receptive lap for years knew the writers. They may have to resort however, has been made by Impression that It has no hen-
who has to sworn affidavit that their cigar. the United States government tile purpose toward the West
It was fantasy. Any man %
pure over .
la the Soviet government This is designed to Invite further
smoked very long knows that smokingwill ette Is no more damaging to "social r! i the continued presence ta Cub trade with the West and
not fit him for breaking wild prominence, distinction success or sexual Crvr: : of Soviet technicians and missiles perhaps even to obtain financial

horses He will be lucky if he can push attraction" than any other cigarette The last official word on help from the United
there the subject so far as the public States by way of long.term
Brand X.
a lawn mower once around the yard Including Is concerned, was spoken credits.

without resting. may be commercials saying that "If P- ta October 1962 at the time The objecUv. of Moscow is

you're hooked you might as well be of tilt muffle crisis Despite to product the right atmosphere

IT MOST GET HIM a girl but It hooked with our cigarettes." efforts then withdrawal to bring about of an all for commercial Interchanges
But if the code results in a Immediate M order ta help overcom -
may get him a cough. No one everbecame new Soviet fortH and missiles the of the Communist
a social success by contribute little closer approach in cigarette ad. United States has had to be economic* some difficulties.But .

l.g: to living town hate or burning vertistag to the realities of life It will THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE content with a kmndriwnoutmaneuver still even while there Is an
Bet the Soviets
holes in tablecloths. Have served an excellent purpose. maintain their original portlion. outward appearance of friendliness

.They Insist on giving armed and peacefulness on the

. Art In The Soviet Union In Defense Of Dr. Mcintire tfl this assistance hemisphere to a,government sad a mil" part ,of tto the United Moscow States govern.tnent greernmeit .

left base has beta ...."'ilf'fd i Is constantly being
Informed of the Infiltration by
by a European power in OCTH
Visitor to the Soviet Union In recent mic article, and what may be either a tOtTOKJ Year editorial many are not exposed M It ante of the Monroe Doctrine Soviet agents in different countries
dish and necklace or a and of reaeMma by ta this hemisphere as
years have been Impressed byte glass candy (April M), 'rbdif.g Behind The Ledger's ebewiwrt. a recent
UlMife painting of them of strict OMgrm
Speaking sepan
: big rive In living standard and "Our people love Imitative art," Reftgtofl ha prompted this Opinion Page lion of tent and SUM 1

<',e big push for even more. Joke each letter wonder what we art to lMk. THE TENDENCY MERE Is Nat(9 lli J l
say the magarine "and year art As a OhrisHaa, It Is a sad this a+s le4 *.. .**... of Uw dote tw brtwM the to mink that nettling serious
shout the one sUnderd red lampshade exhibition attract more visitors . thing to set that put local Ma ............ .... eul.a White rtane and Hit liberal wM d>.riep and that, even If
standard betide artistic allows each newspaper Is more IwWfy ..___ .. 1-". ew.wWM feeders of Ihe Pnnest the Castro sjovcnHntnt fires
cnJ the one picture ( The lottery lucky' church writ as ta Africa. The $(wittJII'
suck Mitralpomions $w ..-.... ....... af of us anH-ettmft m...
Loom) the one of the cute beer participant to get possession' of first- thee ever taking sss ........ .. ant Catholic and Jei.t .... and IhfMf/f'l or dowse for taking over more and
on Issues of It* day ....... M .... v.ka .. 15e faiths. toO WWlHod H made mere governmentsud ft ft
c-.b In a birch wood have been class convenes of our prominent painter In the start mentioned editorUI ,_. c.-.. loan mass. of the fm4.tMtIC.1 CkrMiea any. of 1M2'. or other happened ta ito cast of Caa-

common among the Russian themttlvct (listing eight by name), engravtags you art Utwtaf a tier .. .....< sad tam ioea" .*.. or awe dnantta'nt VfewpoMMS plans kfiit.fc Arc engaged i Mocresional Ito, hat not been modified.
cote honest law aWd.mChrMiaa "1owI, hl wsta. &.ineaiesls. air MAprctmn of
: as well M foreign N ritW. of V Favorsky, drawing of N. contrary to lilt
.. Untied will
A dIf Item
feeder "ewrrmitrand was a.e/ cN"a. c.M.
This year the Soviet government I* Ponomarev O. Khrapak and many other lh. bM dots not fit I Mt*. .*..4. IN* _... 350vols. but Mstiad we ef hear the tmanl manygtowMtf tint hrsiUM la take reteltatoryHit MtAVWinLC AN effort ta
made tort
reports being la put somecorage
encouraging Individual Russian to *. people acquire unique who havetrowt. ead sate sass 1.1lard. ; attiM.
<< hop that many The I**.** lassos silly of the nation's rehgtmsleaders IMo ito Organluuon.of
purchase original works of art- paint objects of ceramic, glass, porcelain to appreciate and respect eta ..... M so .., Iw ..... who wM n home and Hit amtttew15y at dr.IAwrstely American Stales. A few of
tags, engravings prints, sculpture, ornamental curtain, carpets table. the radio mtnMry of ........ I. o.w... .I.d..i.s promote tto Pnsld>aI's procrams > caaflaed to theUnited Ito tovwnmmu la Lena
Dr. Cart Molars will respond oral mar' .... ftaws and CMia. AnVMpIWft -
to their cwafrcattons which have maintained
ceramic, and other decorative object t-Mtht. Jeweled ankles. M your criticism e( km la h_ ._ orbs Loa Nqw 11 rM tame tenders ales tl&ua p.rr 1M UiIM eaaa, ad dqtonutic relations with
fcr the home. kit drive to promote pujs NNAdmrade la nyrnN'K' the rnf>U at JiIMIt tegi w to is.vsdsns the Castro government art be
Till: l.onlaV drawing U to be CIf Ihi AtMftftMtILA. horn aiwa they oppuM prtyer IN 'f'IM'N hfoM" IMMIMI la talk of breakingoff.

Till IS ItUNO DONE In a pecu* In the Palace of the Soviet Peoples, In .. Amtriraa. I aemirt and Pete r*..*i ta....... pliers and Awl opplyug tosssns.rIM sad IM (lets It no lip itt
Dr. MtU.*r.'s rl la ken radio sides. .*....... B* pee at tome aIwaauy that sty .....",,"..... McludKm -
l'.jb'- doctrinaire Soviet *. M< and all the prim are to be"ewttemfwrary M aides
.ru< ging, *e w, Any ise who ttvrt Ito Lord, caMfantit only away
lady tnpose'Ih. tale peaplts are ass aware of tto ito U***! States, to ",>
c.ilitr way through an art lottery.Yoi great art" and presumably { of our 4y, wlwthrr inryN .eves Amertca end ,....... ** lMa>rt art Wang MTto hose ito IMM Metes M toM tag w saver diplomatic rrla
don't get to select what you want Imitative and "aoctatttt M the ctMMtwt or ta .... and has evt5> cf4 die cvntnttrend IMtr bfN" fergH'fa 9f ot'j4H4Ni. Certeinly lime wish ito Soviet govern

t:.d buy It indeed. you buy ticket tr.Uarw"But. tm. J. E4t u 14oweqanon. le M4 a one. wertd U iw4 SIMM Ms brie part itort of Is ito a tomancy sjtrmnf oatto meat-+Skb. of coum. to at

!:s the lottery, with "M40Q artistic the Mea of individual an col- 1. oihfft c4 auuanty,. g end tMfMMiC"nnt.werM kmsf'Wona raw ought t4wrft lato a MtiM wMrii has pnttprrtd tort eves M av' tMi k la anyTtort Ito root of all Ito trouble.
MsIht ttat+Ned before Conj's. under God, .'t need Mamwe fl' lee tto Mat few months
r;::.iiijcis a. price total' value "2 heaters at all to a sign of the new .11 Committer. retardans able ta set thai three Ito facts and nut aUm pwWIc way N not only ito United States but
hawser. >*ire
ruble" Soviet time It I not InMiratttM of llMngi art MI of God and a of allies
"Naturally easy tkonuvt a mMMmy to dcctart God 13* la We some Ms Ltfropeaa
taaNvtaVat ** **** w "ptey bag
The marline "Walking Woman"rented to buy thing* which an artist spentyears CommuftiMt Into our m.l.rseams ought to sore out itoet CowumiMnal ta MT land M pQMHPli, weds the beast art. evidently going to try to
of Mttonal hft. Dr. Me- who are pmantmgIto Nlkltakhnikhttov
11IOMAS a.. LUfUtlMIhung I: >Uy tor with
color picture of six of the creating says the rnagagtne."NtveriheJm. Imtrt's tfferu M wake upAmericani ether sidt of ito greatIs. regime M Ito begs that same and elicit from

r::.:is a land***?* by A. Pltov of many amateur of the to fans never .... of Ito ...,. Forlwnaiely hue periodically further evpreeMuns

rte collective farm children lookingat beautiful do not renounce the desire pntntt ameM4 ringer without dra. Ito Ltdrr tarries", along t..... A..... the MM of of good will and
the ".'nt Snow of the year a of acquiring painting and sculpturesand Mormtlkw U Uk Tss4e wh atui 4 Ito d New York Possibilities Of LaktUnd and a newspaper peaceful Intentions 'Yet not a
kin will tt'foClf'M'HI about the
Kf by whitpoiI Ito SK of The Lodger rda word is bwng said
couple of flower painting, two came ceramic from Itwon Lewis and
howl lisle map to doe not use pat Worn same offset record of bad faith ito Soviet
HIDE behind aityUinc, but David Lawrma.Ttote A T eon-Ago Pago and a let of hard wart w* government has made ta the
dill la Ito m.Mt.d sews media who argue that to nM have ont of the boat UN few yeas ihroughout theavid
I A DefenseAmerican Kit mteMtry i* Urttty altew pra> r and Bible. ",d. CDtrORt You have raised !eta hellos M Fltndt It has tantvaied coun
Strange HIDDEN frwn DM sjtMr lDr. tag III pdhc l schools ward. die teenage interest ta ito TMn-sgers today are the try after country It wee
esa ss taw a same of church Lsdgtr waft plans for a leea aduks of tomorrow what canto reached the pout of tuppluvg
The absurdity 01 attempting to read Nail Party. If Fields read Mtlnurt's mesas ttvMMC and sots art IM facing ito page There should be MproMrm done to makt us toner C1 uMM > arms la Ito Cuba government
rtliUral! impUeaOon Into the activities the moat recent tow of the bulletin Mft uiMi CMMMMS of a tows a*tar4>, The lUcitrAmendMeM getting help as a "'I aeed. lo know ..toia and attune up miatilrsta
se.sit of ...rty Kit radio dearly and supmI.g" great number of students, ..> amnf oa .la our city, cute dew prowmity la tto tuned :
c.J the American Civil UbrUe Uniont publtahed by the A. C. L. U. he will
....." Mdt art fiMMedhy ply pmto ....tate this "prtvi- cludMX myself, art tawrettedta and sat... A lies page would State But there seems It
vividly illustrated by an incident find a newt nose about action taken centrthutiuoi from nUMMk wwutd to pennittibls. towwalM*. The cMar4 of serve as a report to tto poo- to maids aovernmeM circle

r.voiung Edward Field, official of the by the Georgia affiliate of the organsatian !- ia Uw grass meta of onnHwfcery ta ..... actually working on a mews pie. as wt starch for ito answers tort a dtipuMion to avoid
to'iQnal' Slate Rights Party, an tsetme > to upheld the right of the Ku America, Ht olio provide. %KMI 9VQ WfJhftM H helps ,stash paper at large at The Ledger la tame of ito problems any controversy with ito SovIH -
pmmd natural fret spear as fact, Chmuens art oN ndd. would be a dream come true Of Ito day and report them government about this and
segregationist outfit Local ofaU Khix Klan to meet in a public park reuM.. 1 for OM am think. . bM they do not have to for many of .... la you' -the puhhc. our st to regard Ito past as past.
(:c, in Fairfield, Ala, took Ul ac in Atlanta, Ga.CtjnaUtwtional. M Slat kit pFMdlMf. teCiM beitevt it Chile,,. should not Some people art better burs fnend. reUuvt A There to uneaiineas among
<::1to prevent the party from dw right belong to all and doountM wfonM* to dewed ito opportuntfy oftocaaiing quakhed meet others but ifwe TEEN PAGEJust think what some member of Congress

tr.buting handbill and holding a meet American The American Civil LH> IMBI is made available la uw aoajuawMd ash Ike don't your standards, could be dune . over such a policy of lorgivt
arts via tilt Ucibuet of *a Ethl in school other, u wo art willing lo work up to rAM DOLE and forget-
t.The: American CivU Liberties cities Union defends Ute right of

Union supported Field in the case, to all. reganii& of view or political

ur"olo! the right of frt speech' and aftsKatatCome

c.t'mblFrh1: tv.$ recently complained to the 'Emancipation' Of The Southerner II I

A C L U that iu support had caused Clean
RALPH McCILLrubltehtr could remain (. tilt Seeal" over him "tht dark xm- pow of ito amendment, It law that wdl. ta due time
t st t fesa: of the John Birch Society tot Of Ito Ut CM be >d to rem.... Isle of race." will remove much of the tiers open the public sector ef Ifs him of being a "Communist With all this talk about a nudist Atlanta Cenaiiutioa cd. So it u no mere figure of to the courts and the last of equally to all omens . the

ezcnt claiming the Civil Liberties or- colony In Polk County, w.e ran across President Johnson' pressure speech to My that passage law right to vote to seek a fob
g2: :::aon had never before defendeda a note in a bulletin distributed duringthe for the civil rights billwill THERE ARE PERa\PS of the civil rights legwlauonwil THE SOUTHERN emancipation and to uu public services
not hurt him politically. three SwHhen senator who be an emancipation proclamation feature of ito bill's rear of ao called "social mix
-'rght wina<<.* Fields wanted tot last legislature: "House Bill 1803. The dos had been cast before art able ,and possessed of for the South and pattagt wdl. of coune. extend ing" U irrational In that U

:":'g cull against the Birch Society Nudist, by McClain of Pasco. Regulating he took office. Minds alreadywere abilities thallwuU! haw enabled ns reprteniauv The bill to the indwtriaj. and eco will to. as it U and always
r:1 asked the A. C. L. U. for Inform- nudists in counties of 36.700 to made up on this iuue.Mr them t. became leaden u U itself not a panacea Its comic development of the has been a matter of personal
defended 38,080 Now here is Johnson knows this. of national opinion and mere passage will solve lutle Southeastern states. Corporations choice. The bill dues
t-a "right by population. something
en wingers"
Hs sad s thought. TWO had aU thtMcetMry It will fur a while be stronglyrcsated. and industries will toable not apply to private clubs.
*.:e or aniution. we'd like to know more about. const derable qttWnuoM for But U will provide to come> to the region The privacy of the dung ista

The organization was able to pro. How doc this fellow McClain propose Dumber ofS0Uthernen the pfttxlency Yet. each a legal Uc from which to free of tilt fear of repraate.of no wise affected.

.:'e name aplenty Gerald L. K. to regulate nudisU? It is a matter was obliged Ito reman in' tilt operate. It will add to the duorders. or of uwbdity For the South, the door of
| n SeMte to prejudices body of law already exuuwg freely to establish aa employment and
ta the Congress ) to pander opportunity economic
v-.lh. Gen. Edwin Walker. Row Bare about which the public needs the
art w' Uc and pouuoM which It will do what the Congress policy progress will be opened wider.
-:i and numerous others ranging asor naked truth, and so far there are only aware of some1thing s 'r l evenu stcaddy wen m lun* suggested 'in pasting the 14th No single act would add u for the Southern congreta-

< to the right as officials of the bare facts else.Pasugt. lets and less tenable. That Amendment-augment and much impetus to Southern development man and senator the future
o I this /M aa embittering u. broaden tilt intent and pur- as enactment of will be more rewarding.
the civil ri&bts1 patience is sure. That tt had
bill will { psychological effects is likely.
LAKELAND LEDGER sort *-if .*.-msitw -- There wu ia it somethmg
cipatkia enactment of the story of the young Potomac Fever
for SouthIcClU- medical student Frankenstein

........ e.t, e..rkts .... era congressmen ..adbe who created a monster that
Imperial Polk County waawr .v.sWorld's South. Some of them have told destroyed him. Southern leaders By JACK WILSONIt's
. him as much. They would like in the Congress trapped
Citrus Center A "o ""'" r" tot roWewuu111 Ii to have the issue of rights in the chains of the old one- a good thing for the Democrats that teenagers can't vote. They"ven
:: ::7r: .. :; !
II*:, c." ....'..'tM ...._. MtNIV legislation removed from their party system bound by the hearing ugly rumors that the President picked up the Beatles by their
__ __
tr elections. Some of them yearn actions of their tales in reoItrictinC baln.
to be free to present their real the franchise by various *

The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.pcutm.nts-686.1151 selves ta the public eye. and strategems. all,dishonest, President Johnson honors Jerrie Mock for flying; around the world. He
not always have to deny themselves and therefore commlUtd to all approves of that So long u a woman is flying around the world ha doesnt
the opportunity to apply that was worst in the systemof hate to find a government job for her
JUISCtlfTION lAth their intelligence and political segregation, have for generatins *

HOME DIIV tall skills. without always been at the mercy of Tariff talks open in Geneva with U S. businessmen supporting selective
looking over their shoulders the monster thereby created. reductions. They're for free trade in
0. rte . .... .... $110 ,OM _.k ......;.., $ 1.9S at the issue of civil rights This destroyed their chanceto Penguin feathers. antique Greek statues and unprocessed

Sit -.1It . . .. .. $11.10 ws k . . . .. ....v $ .., Not long ago, after his become truly themselves. *

TII,.. _lit $ Sal OM rw, h ..a . . $26.00 speech oa the need for a review LBJ's drive to weed out useless government makes
of foreign policy and the TOM WATSON, perhaps the publications sense. The
and of the Pppulist whole country could save electricity if everybody quit reading
elimination of myths most dynamic
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by fears Senator William Ful- leaders was so destroyed la .

Lokelond Newspaper Corp., Lokeland, Florida 33802 bright was asked why to. a his late years he said.\ ko The economy drive is rooting ahead splendidly, and it's creating Jobs too

AQ ....'i.1 iii flit .4.._ d 'N ttk.l..4 (.4.., II ttlrri1ke/1. civilized and able man, had with candor that he would bootlegging postage stamps after hours.
voted as be had on civil rights have been able to become as *
legislation. The senator an* great a national figure as Nixon wants' to attack North Viet Nam. and Goldwater Is for taking on
wcred candidly "So that. I Daniel Webster bad there not Cuba leaving Rockefeller nothing to fight but the Texas GOP.

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Cabinet Wednesday May I, JM4 I

Okays Buying Scranton DisappointedBy ToGetToRomney ,, .- - -

Of 141 Cars I Will Be TestedLANSING For laktfcrnd'i BUYS Best I

Pennsylvania Vote
(AP) A court or- SHOP
Florida bought 141 new cars
yesterday for nearly quarter of --------- Ider has been obtained for a psychiatric

a million dollars and the purchase By FULTON LEWIS. JR. Ing extremist. I examination of Charles WARNOCK'SFURNITURE
touched off I reappraisal: WASHINGTON Republican More than three-quarters of IP English 37. a former Miami-
of pros were something less the Republican voters passed
the state car-buying
than Impressed with the 220 Ian arrested Friday when lie
ures. ,* up the opportunity to endorse
of procect.l COO write-in votes polled by their leader for the nation's (tried to enter Gov. George W.
Object the
determine Pennsylvania Governor William highest office. Romney's office.
whether the State
Road Department Scranton it > ryb+ Two psychiatrists will exam-
a major car
in his state'sPresiden
purchaser, should buy the vehicles Organization Beaten line English either at the Ing- 9 I

in big groups on a single tial a'- Three pro-Gildwater dele (ham county jail at Mason or the TILL P.M.
primary gates were elected to the national -
bid or stick to its present procedure 102 t. Mmerlol I
of buying can Individually week ago.Those >f convention, defeating 4 (St Lawrence Hospital at Lansing tlTtf.
or in small numbers. direct. organization candidates. An- Thomas Skehin. chief assistant MONDAY THIU FRIDAY
Secretary of State Tom Adams, leg the Scranton other four delegates from Allegheny (. + prosecutor said Monday MU 2-2212
called for a change saying that hard-sell ] County (Pittsburgh) are He to held for investigation 'of 04 *>. *... .t
h was to car had expected !1 members the Western Pennsylvania I:aming a concealed weapon. I -
expensive buy a - -
41t .
as many as af Citizens T - ----- -- --- --- -
at a time. for Gold- - - - - -
Of the new can purchased.I half million water Committee They are ,
votes. AS the 41Phlhdll'LE1S-IIHIIIII, .
7i were for the highway patrol j expected to back Scranton'a r
and 49 were for the road department : favorite ion candidacy how .5
The highway patrol' phi a Bulletin ever. A1
can were bought on a single' reported two days before the Although Goldwater received # I
bid of $110.211 from the Hrtl I.I balloting: "Anything less than only 32,000: write-ins, his cam* ,
Kelly Dodge Co. of Pensacota JOO.OOO votes will be considered paign directors are pleased. .1
a real disappointment to They point out that he -
Adams pointed out that although specifically
the Scranton forces. This figures asked Iris
these supportersnot
were high-quality out to a little ten than to conduct a write-in campaign. rUM mt THIUPY D4 D....*. Hobbs 10. Bees bonoo ......rfr tkt days-la
pursuit cars, they were nearly
$300 cheaper vehicle than four votes for each of the I ( a (tutor? defined to fecrtoM h4 4 Wtotltioe. taros Debbie *et McMmtally shot ta tin tfcmtAatil .
the 41 purchased per on almost Individual state's 80,000 employes most Note: The GoMwater showing 2* VT hen ll-r..'-." ktwrtsr. I'< ta .**-*.4 ta t* Ban,. hen a Taccma *>.*"..! W.....*<
contracts by the road of whom are tInder notice to In Massachusetts last week /q. floP W'",.....,
department. I tarn on their efforts In earnest was particularly encouragingto ADJUSTMENTS & REPAIRSWe

Ralph director Shier, purchasing said the commission roadDepartment next The Tuesday.Philadelphia" Inquirer In those campaign.directing his He pre picked onvention N. Y. PoliceTo Airliner Skids For 700 Yards Also Specialise In Carbureter,

can were not a report election eve. predicted up five delegates (out of 24) Utilize Generator, Starter, I."itiolt Wiper Motor
tical vehicles ai were the that a Scranton tally of despite all-out opposition from ROCHESTER. N.Y. (AP)-A. None of the 34 passenger am I And Speedometer Repair Service

way patrol vehicles. idenJ less than 250.000'Utes "might the state GOP heirarchy. Motor Scooters United Air I ines passenger)five crewmen *a* Infered h
Cites Eiampl" erase any chance that he Favorite son Henry Cabot 'plane skidded TOO yards on an+the mishap at Rochester-Mon; BENNIE WHITTEN'S

would have of becoming A Lodge had been expected to NEW YORK (AP) The p. airport runway Monday night me County Airport, a Untie
But Adams pointed to compromise choice at the Re sweep the primary and h4s .when the crafts none heel col. official said.
ample In which eight S vnndei, publican convention ra San supporters Included every ma lice department will use mal lapsed during a* attempted The plane w*. flight 711 I AUTO PARTS & SERVICE
I'ords were bought separately Francisco. jor Republican hi the state: scatters this summer It" take-off. from Washington and Bihitnon trag

from one motor company. I w w w son George ItxS candidate for means of combatttfig trine and was bound for Buffalo aC 410 S.. rk. A... 'h..6n-U15
"When von have two differ Aides Morose the Senate: Sen. Loverett Saln9Mft parks.Deputy. Traffic Violator alrege.
ence. It Is time for somebody toIs'.e When early returns indicated n: arid "tan Attorney '
a km." Adams Mid. that Stanton was running Central Brookt Police Commiasiott Sentences Self

GOY Farris Bryant brong primly aide-a Mete tnefWt.James So confident were fit w j wH* Walter Arm aid Monday tat I'I't1tlfltt'
out that the age of the traded E. 5t awdeger, eaecotlive ration form that George Kit 19 rooters wovfd be tfttf'oUlft : :. Italy (AD-A traf
In cars WM greater to tome commtW* director of 0* ter. director of the Mates Manhattan's. Central Park *id'fie violator ta Tried has fined

cases In the reed department Scranton lot President ChM Draft Lodge Committee!, predicted Prospect Park Brooklyn, luring himself $24 and sent I the moneyto : . ... -
tart. told newsmen the reeks W0.0BO write-in votes the I p.m. to I a m. RIft! a newspaper to be give to' aliiiha.lii
But the cabinet Instructed M- wen "terribly disappointing." for ambassador lie was Arm Mid ecooters can tvve an orphanageHe
let to check Mo the procedures Party leaders In Washington off M his ,.... ;
estimate by murk fatter than a foot pill i dtdfll sign his name but
and bring back rssommendrtkieta tune that ScraniM rotted only w t* man or mounted roI retftllt rid,rote that on Mil I he failed: FREMACSSHIRT
for any chances thai SI per cent of the GOP ..,.... Under cmtfttteretMi ta the can get Into areas Ml accc'fMe t 4 heed a amp sign and almost)
should be made. Mter said that
dentist write-in and not too. DffMftrotftt Of CotHIMfCfc II tarsal 'tad an accident
.. .
the procedure had _ _
purchasing that no other Republican had Approval for the shipment' to -
lose "a came of concern" for any sort of write-in campaign! CvM OI av9 IWWWOd fWNHtdfl Of
tome time conducted to Ms behalf. lard. Another proposal that
Total cost of the Ill can was A routine Stranton write-in has ranked *pifcn-av-a wvci i *'*- eat too much? JACS
S U'< There were aN can stickers circulated
were prior 4rrtfcMi: rpori to Commu
to trade In on all but 31 of 1MIIrW
the and drtrfbuied
to vote tot Romance of a imiUi-maikm'
vehicles to CAP voters at the poll. dollar I)1IIheue rubber corn.I. '
ta other MtwM at to meeting .
fee cabinet I. Philadelphia, organteatton ..* H sea ins.raw.m,so r 4cM sine iteM
workers gave voters rubber ***r wim tusii.Momif.wts in
OH Meg rermk tttmpt with which to "..,... MOVED TO m's a.a t..*.M in" fxranton'i MmeNcvmiwlm somnay. *> HHf ft**. ,nM.tIM ai _
Granted the of tne
ajphtatt 118 W. LEMON ST. No'ss eve
Sal Oil driN a let Scranton ran an n*..i...* MomMA.*.-r.eau
MIl Cato I Red Cat. some OUIII'eIft behind RepvMicaa Unler Upitttw ......*...*....w a>M r
Da4 llendry County See Hugh Scott _1 o ......,............. soot "
easily w<. renomMutkm ._ ,
Took under study the requestof -
__ _
ik* Clila .....*,. 0.fid"ct".-_I against a Imlelnowt right- a a \I
j .
l, lease : M West

Palm Beat for W year. but ,
ordered a check u are If the C
Mate should erect at office
building there instead"
Paid tXrey Beach 141,_ .
for a bridge across Canal II
ta Palm Beach County and paid ,
Bade County J*>0 for replace" ) !
meert of five ttrtdcH over Can*) D
I ta Dade County
t:. iabl ..hed a new departmentlutder <' IItfI \A\ j s
the Suit Board of Health 'I.,
U assume rr.uteuiM of radtGoktlw : ; ,: iff;",
matenat from the federal "

government wisp) the '4t: h \\b

Atomic Energy Commit*** re- rull QUAUrUl MODtllV... ; ,
The cabinetptovded
au.1ihH romrol
$$.ae0 for MMitI epee I da-r
tMHM of the NW dpartmwt.Reieated '
H1J1 for planning. S iisai salved caseist MII soot ,
lwaelNMnaMWnn Woleges..smihi 0O
on the prupuMd NMOT coHnaU ?
Browsed County ( I fansmM's MawM '

Advanced' Po_ more aw I 11Ift lewl rtet !Il

money for we with It.,ow already hit haft eltkaaro 15' Mm. It .... p...... -w..
on hand to CXMMMM the I..... Mra_A.ialc PKWt hot *e.. 04 be* tMrt .*d (act elto
State Agriculture Departm*! :(: e leer hold rile 5. a o.*>.l ..>>...*>vtt.*fl mdal
watch agauwt new Mfeauuan 4 ... ......1M.....,... the will plus Y" sod. comfM W. .B Uw! mo*****. ....... roll saga, sad
of the Mediterranean fruM tty II.bn1I.nsm1;HZ.. M ...."" alt') diuik4e ..<. t.*> i. a 1i..fIlOi. fable el tones,> sad a Qu Tow
Awthonud change order tutaling (*>.it. of the M.-', m.wn skids 5"
about tM.OW ut contract ONLY
for conttructian of vanou u 4vertity I h
budding, mostly to correct $1.50 \ :i iPER W i

error and ovmujhu- .. rt

Bill To WEEK V r '
Tighten i I 711"XThAePV

Coast Regulations Only $loss Per Week rI

Passed By House IuItc0

WASHINGTON (AP Rep till,' _
Paul Rogers D-FU. MM a bU rk.k. 2414 IU.>**iiTJII 9 Q
patted by the House will permit
Coast Guard ashore of Russian 4 l.I / ?
and Cuban trailer* violating F'El

lends watersRogers b
Monday "..ill give the U. Slaw a '
with teeth in it and do much WITH ITS OWN MATCHING TELE-STAND ,.. !i.f i. f

to halt Communist poaching incur t
waters" The measure already M.tthl"lluCC.C.Tones . blue w4h lower agent "

had Senate approval. Removable Snap On Travel Cover I
Rogers Mid Russia "has at
o Private Listening Attachment. enjoy T'i without! ,
alied fishing trawler
least one so< disturbing other .
continuous full-tune spy
on Q
duty" off Florida' east coast o L>ghtwe.
and Cape Kennedy. Built-in Telescoping Pivotenna* C o.1 I calve a* "hIC
The bill provides a fine ol make lh.M nose Shirt
16over.1I d>*g. meas.125; $q. m. viewable area Q
wel lt_ .
10.000 or a years imprisonment I J*<* a
or both. and ashore of anyvessel o Tubular Metal Tele Stand with magazine rack '0. .... I. every mans' tummttwrdr

found to be violating the Easy rolling salt-saivekng plastic wheels" a'I 'i .M. Au (infinil
no variety of esters and p...
law Existing law provide
I tarns la chow from and
penalties or seizure. F,.(; Hiiy're *U full cut for
.': comfort with lulu. atyt
SERVING LAKELAND : roll collar, adjwt4.blo aid. tabs and rwomort
Court House "..fwI| front pocket



Ky. (AP- --
It can be I '.m. in Hopkins
County courthouse but stick auto electric
your head out the window and a Southgote Shopping Center Lokelond
you can yawn at 10 a.m -
MadtsonvUle is now on Central t y. 1 Northgote Shopping Center Winter Haven

Daylight Time. But Hopkins 63333able TV & APPLIANCE CO.
County, of which MadisonvUle is Brandon Shopping Center Brandon

the Standard county Time seat an is hour on Central earlier USE OUR FREE 208 N. FLORIDA AVE.

R. Slaton announced
County Judge
Monday that all count / ,
offices in the courthouse 11I) op I
crate on standard time.


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$ LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, May e, 111/

"Let Me Give You a Hand!" 'Forgive And Forget'Policy



: S Castro CubaBy

Cigarette Advertising alG {r r

DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTONThere propaganda advantage can: b.obtained .
In the international
The cigarette Industry has fore Legal restriction on advertising J seems debate over reduction of armament .

sworn the kind of advertising that connect should be avoided as a bad precedent. to be a the new trend motto hi American that describes Thus, while much emphasis

smoking with social success : is placed on the agreement
Almost taken and
anything to
excess can foreign policy-"forgive
physical vigor and romantic adv'cnture. \ Just made to reduce the
do harm and labeling requirements production of uranium this
It is better that the tobacco industrydo new mood h reflected
has no military aignifi-
It than the Federal Trade Commission might be extended to tea and coffee In developments in Cuba. It cance.really: It is designed entirely

eventually. But it Is also true that hit been revealed for In
which was threatening to require to produce a psychological impression
that the Soviet Union
health warnings on cigarette package some cigarette advertising in the past planning to turn over the are that being din chances:constantly of

The cigarette advertising of recent must have been written by Baron operation of Its .nti-aircraft peace improved. The truth is that

years has been an illustration of the Munchausen's agency. \ missiles In Cuba to the Castro both sides have plenty of nuclear

fact that the less reason there is to will government withdraw on about May J I.000. and of strength to devastate

buy the ballyhoo TilE TOBACCO INDUSTRY codeIs each other's territory.
something more the 4,000 Soviet troops now in

there will be. Commercials indicatingthat a welcome vow not to lure persons Cuba. It is not clear yet Such mutual agreements as

Julie London will land in your still too young to distinguish between' whether Moscow will retain a the ban on nuclear testing in

lap if you only smoke gaspers may sense and nonsense. It also will be ircS4ot veto over or whether the firing the of power the missiles of certain categories and now the.
of uranium
have been deceiving to youngsters and pleasant for adults to return to the decision trill be left with the curtailment- both agreements production

therefore dangerous, but any middle. land of reason in advertising, althoughit Russian "technicians" who are without provisions for inspeotfon

aged man who has been sitting around may make things a little rough for to remain' on the Island -are, of course: part of

with a receptive lap for years knewit the writers. They may have to resortto Not a ingle public protest. the Soviet effort to give the
however, has been made by
that K has no hostile
was pure fantasy. Any man who has sworn affidavits that their cigarette 'j the United States governmentto Impression purpose toward the West

smoked very long knows that smokingwill is no more damaging to "social the Soviet government over This is designed to Invite further

not fit him for breaking wild prominence, distinction success or sex rrc/- _k the continued presence in Cub trade with the West and'
of Soviet technicians and mi,
horses He will be lucky if he can push ual attraction" than any other cigarette official word perhaps even to obtain financial
.l if S, sites The last on help from the United
a lawn mower once around the yard including Brand X. Perhaps there the subject so far as the pub States by way of long-term

without resting.IT may be commercials saying that "Ifou're lic Is concerned was spoken credits: .

> hooked you might as well be in October 1961 at the time The objective of Moscow It
of the missile crisis Despite
WONT'. GET HIM a girl but it hooked with our cigarettes." efforts then to bring about an to produce the right atmosphere

may get him a cough. No one ever But if the new code results In a Immediate withdrawal of all for commercial Interchanges
hi order
to help
became a social success by contributing little closer approach in cigarette advertising Soviet forces and missiles the : some of the Communist over.come

to living room haze or burning to the realities of life It will THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE United content Slates with a has tanadrawnoutmaneuver had to be economic difficulties.

holes in tablecloth. have served an excellent purpose. But the Soviets n But even while there b an

maintain their original post outward appearance of friendliness
Iton They Insist on giving armed and peacefulness on the

I Art In The Soviet Union In Defense Of Dr. Mcintire this assistance hemisphere to a,governmentIn and a milltary part ,of the the United Moscow States government government .

base has been established Is constantly be,!"t: ,

Visitors to the Soviet Union in re sic articles, and what may be either a ........._. &1 .. _ '..__L' by a Eawpesa power m defl Informed of the Infiltration ty
UJIIUKI ioar nnonai many are not exposed to nebewhere ante of the Monroe Doctrineand Soviet agents In different coba-:
glass dish and necklace
cent years have been Impressed by still-life candy or a (April 21). -Hiding Behind The Ledger's of a recent resolution by tries hi this hemisphere as

the! big rise In living standards and painting of them. Religion,* hat prompted this Speaking" of strict separation Congress
"Our people love Imitative art, Opinion Page U chunk and state I
the for Jokes tetter. :
big push even more.
says the magazine, "and each year art wonder what we are to think THE TENDENCY HERE is N g pl"lal
about the one standard red lamphdend exhibition' attract more visitors. . As a Christian, It Is a sad nil ......... a... .eb.a of the close ties between the to asrme that nmhteg seriouswill
thing to see that put local she se.M pds iwi i5nn.. White hives and the Liberal oevefep and that, even if
the one standard picture (besides The ........ .. ...
artistic lottery allows each 'lucky' newspaper Is more boldly M tww.i" ..... the Catiro fires
.. .... .. ...... church leaders of the Protest government well hi Africa. The
Lcnln) the one of the cute bear participant to get possession of first- than ever taking such liberal -w It ant Catholic and Jewish any of lit anti-aircraft minIii as fetid lw If
Issues of plan for taking over more and
positions on the
cubs In birth wood have been day and damages downs'
a or
coat canvases of our prominent painter teed. sI.1..v.i..4es. faith. No mention Is made
In the above mentioned editorial r_. .. l.n. .. of the fundamental ChrtsHaa any of the U-Ts or other more governments, lust at
common the Russians them .
among (listing eight by name), engravings you art labeling a sincere hi ....c.e.M4 bees sAs west.Kt other dissenting planes which arc engaged Moctesitnal happened la the case of Castro .
selves as well as foreign tourists.: of V. Favorsky, drawing of N. honest, law abiding a4..ww was or the Ecvmeiricals viewpoint air tespettmi of has not been IMIWIfI4.MUnLF. ,
to ,
This year the Soviet government Ponomarev, O. Khrapak and many other ChrisHaa leader "extremisr 1. wIiS.dd ...s ........ A but contrary rnstrad we hear Cab, the Uriwd ftawt trill
-s ..w Nt _. ISO AN effort
sad lha does not fit I is
encouraging Individual' I Rtmlans to *. It helps people) acquire unique hope that who have way. M4 ...... bea.d glowing reports of the tman'silty ft* hesitate M take retaliatory being made hen to put somecourage
many tl.. .... .. of the nation's ante
purchase original work of art- n.wee
paint of
object ceramic, glass, porcelain, grown to appreciate and reaped .. . But the .. deliberately Into the Organization
sal NiM M .... . ...... leaders who! will g. home andpnMMI' controversy
tngs, engravings, prints, sculptures, ornamental curtains, carpets, table- the radio ministry of .. .!..*.. t). o.w-i i the Pmidont'i confined. M the of American States A few of
ceramics and other decorative object doth articles" Dr Cart Mclntirt win mpond gl..i4s M4I vrtMf .MMAutwradslt programs United States and CMta An- 0 a governments la LauaAmerica
Jeweled to their *
....... congregation
to your criticism of trim lahis ". sawrseaeus IN crime NMMIIM4 which: have maintained
for the home. These leaders aUactatmlo
p.. parody relations
drive to plomaue with
fttvttt reatm* to Invaduig -
TUB LOTTHIY drawing I* to be W tnt Better A fVM rtd'IWWIl' Iepre inn the people' at the western bent, the Catuo govern meot art ....
home whea
Tllltl IS BEING: DOST In a pem- In the Palace of the Soviet People In As aa Amfricaa, I admire and Dibit they reading oppose to srtwwt there sad awpplyiiujt arms and fuming to talk of breaking

lisrly.grudging! doctrinaire Soviet "ao.tallat" Moscow and all the prim are to be Dr. Mdattrt'a real to ftarIvsily radio auto Perhaps U* p 'a4a at ham .* ?(* and txhmciam to arovMfv off that But Uiert It no sign m
: through art lottery. CKpaae'ftia false prophets Anyone who loves the Lard.lovtft art lICIt aware of die passiontheir only M MUM away any rmmfnt. taxiud-
way an
art" and
"eontemfwrary, great the Ua d Stales
Is *
presumably of our day, whether they America sod fr wdos. leaders from die United fftawt Is to lag *>"
You don't get to IIf'kodNt you want Imitative" and "socialist be hi the church or sa overarnmL and kai evitfeacod 0* current their behalf are taking oa pa fafgivfa or ,........ Ctf bMt M sever diptomatie rri*

and buy it Instead, you buy Ucttets ....1....." 1. Edgar Hoover, treed 4a.. a e5. weAdRnta leis taioty there Is a hmsncy oa IMS wish UM Soviet govrrawent -

in the lottery with> "..GOO arUttrvdIfCU" But the idea of Individual art collector among when of amhorny, dMwtIa a The ration United which Slaw hat protprrtd hat the part of the ajawammther -fckh, of courae. it st
Ute of all
root the trouble
has tesufwd before Congressional and one-world race GUllet to *eve tt nines it la
as price, total value "S mil.l at all I* a sign of the new Commtum rtgtrdtag ha able to ref that three under God, We need to e,- pIINic ..." any lot the st few months

.on rubles.* Soviet times "Naturally U not easy tilt tktensivt infihrauon of lungs art we of God, and amuse the farts and not attw. Theft however" a desire stat only the United hates hut

The magarine "Working Woman" to buy thing which an artist spent CommuMMi Into our major) ought<< to aw* out those todividual a mummy M declare God land.UoCesetweaat la %.a.MM..M to "(fey ball." some of Mt L ropaa allies
to our
printed color picture of six of 1MrrlU'l ft'HU"II the areas of national lift Dr. MoImtrt's wfe art prtMMMig If polr+hM. weal use Savwtrtgtmt > art evidently going to try U
yeses )" magazine. mOMAS ... LUrULNCE hair
-play with Nlkliakhru
tit other tide of the
efforts to woks up the great M hops' that same
: a .landscape by A. PUttov of "Neverllteie, many amateurs of the Americans to farts never hake of the day hilirv and elicit from

cute collective farm children lookingat beautiful do not renounce the desire POMMS' a fMger without d nt. lbs lodger cam**, along bent prrtodtcally tutor .vprrasMns
the "First Snow of the year, a of acquiring painting and sculpture mewed Wormattoa to back wish the hifMonl New York them. A..... tilt we. of of good will and

couple of flower paintings, Uo rera and ceramics burn up Say what you will Times arUcw. Ute tyropratrs Possibilities Of Lakeland and a newspaper peaceful Intentions Yet not award
about this man, he dots not from IWwn Lewis aM the sue of The ledger seed' is being said about the
HIDE twhMd anything but David Lawrmt. A Teen-Age Page a tees pact. wish some effort record of had auk tilt Soviet
and lot of hard government has made in iht
a work
due to the managml news ear Those "'ho argue that to wt
I A Strange DefenseAmerican da his m4Muy Is largely allow prayer and Bible. rtadIxg EDITOR You have rtttad. could have one of the best last few years throughout tilt
world, It has Infiltrated
HIDDEN from DM gtwtralpubhc iii pukK tctMwIs waO4cwwHtwa the laeaagt Interest to the lees sactMMi to FtenetTttaegert country :
today are the after country It eves
The absurdity of attempting to read Nail Partly If Fields read Dr MelaUrt's means ofammusuatoc and stata a art anion art fang of church Ute Ledger. Thus with plant should far be a teeapage. aduka of tomorrow What can reached lha past' of eupplugarms

political imputation Into the activitiesof the most recent Issue of the bulletin conMtfs of a Issue pwf11y The Batter getting hate as aoproMem a be dane M make M toner can to lilt Cubes govern

the American Civil Ufeertto Union published by the A. C. L. U. he will network of .*arly lilt radio AmtftdmMit dearly aad .... great number of auoet to was is MM, N'1* oa sand M our to know city. what snag warn In cVoM and pnuumiry setting up to the missiles tailed

ts vividly illustrated by an incident find a now not about action taken statues contnbMUuM wtMck art futacd: plyN" atpeemn"prtvi- eluding myself art toiaraatadto and ..... A tata paaa would Siaiet. But there seems M
by from .
plan woa'i4 .....
jowftI. The chance el
involving Edward FitWa. official l of the lint as a la the be hale
by the Uoorgia affiliate of the organiaation tails IA ike grave MOM of nut oMUfultary M aaywia.Ufcaa actually working on report pea fovenuneat urclethart
Nation) State Rights Party an extreme to uphold the right of the Ku America Ms aim provides. evoWtwn is bateg taught as large as The Ladatrwould pews.paper pit. at la M some sear of**the. tar .the anawtrt a dtapuMwn U avotdaay

aegrvgationiat outfit Local officials Klux Klan to meet in a public parkin pmttad mawrtal fret upon as fad Ckmuaas art ....... ba a dream com true of the day and raauit" problem tham coauovtrsy about with the tint$aid oviM >
r* *fl 1 for one am iKank.M ed but they do not "have far of government
to us.
in Fairfield Ala. many .
legal Aunts to alw
action Ca that his preaching teaching house k. CMUrM should yos>- public, our naigh.bort. to regard lilt past as past.
to prevent the party from eM. Constitutional rt hU not Some people art better froads, rriauvta A There la uneasiness among
belong to aU and doc meansd inlarmaIMM ba denied Ute opportunity of quahfod others but ifwt TEEN PAGE Just
tributing handbill and holding a meetIng American The American Civil Liberties is made available to this becomtag ac MUHtd the doat meet your standard*, could be dune . what lOIN such members a of of Congratsover

The American Civil Ubertia Union defend the rights of area via the facihuc of aa Bible in school enter u'Emancipation'wt art wiling to work up to PAM Dog and forget"policy lorgivt

Union supported Fields in the case to all, regardless of views or political

uphold the right of free speech" and affibation.

assembly.Fields. recently complained to the Of The SouthernerBy I

A C t U, that its support had rauwdthe Come CleanWith - -

head of the John Birch Society to RUJtl KUCILLpubluWr could remain .to the s......" hung over him "the* dark lit... POM of the ameadnMM It law that ,dL .la due time,

accuse him of being a "Communistagent all this talk about a nudist Att.... cwtkwiesPresident Of The Ut CAB be glad be remain eau of race,M will remote muck of tile ucua open the public sector of life
," claiming the Civil Liberties or- colony in Polk County WI ran acrossa Johnson's pressure speech So it to is no say mert that figure passage of law to the courts and the MM of equally to aU ctUzens . the

januauon had never before defended note in a bulletin distributed during for the civil rights bill THERE ARE PERHAPS: of the civil rights kgwlatioa HIE SOUTHERN eauncbpauoa right to vote, to seek a Hand

a "right Kinger." Fields wanted to the last legislature: "House Bill 1803. will not hurt him puiaicaUy. three Southern senators who will be aa emancipation proclamation feature of the bdl's to of totalled list public"IOCWI arn'uLfear IX'

bang suit against the Birch Society Nudist, by McClain of Pasco Regulating The ht took die office had beta Minds cast before art able 'awl possessed ofabdMies for the South and passage well of course ax- ing" U irrational la that it
alreadywere hae.
Its ,
The bill
and asked the A. C. L. U. for tnforma- nudists representative tend to the industrial and economic wOl be. as it is and alwsi
in counties of 36.700 to made up on this !issue. shied them to become leadersof is to Maf not a panacea lea deveiopmeat of tbaSowheaMwn
eon on "right wina< ctMMce The bill does
organization.The we'd like to know more about He and a thought T quald.cauau Ihtneceuary It will for a white be strongly and loductrwa will be not apply to dribs
considerable I
organization was able to pro. How doe this fellow McClain propose number of for refuted. But it will providea able to come to tie ream The privacy of the ciuea isla
rI the prtaideacy Yet. each legal bate from which U) free of the fear of . names aplenty Gerald L. K. to regulate nudists! It is Southerners repraals.of no wine affected.
a matter
was obliged (to remain in the operate It will add to the disorders, or of
matt, Gen. Edwin Walker, ROM Bar. about which the public needs the in the Congress I Senate) to pander to prejudices body of law already existing freely to establish aa inability eropb for the South and, the door of
opportunity economic:
rett and numerous others ranging as naked truth, and so far there are only art wtUi I and patiuons which It will do what the Congress meat pabcy. progress well be opened: wider
to the aware of something events steadily were making suggested in pasting the Uth No tingle act would add as For
tar right as officials of the bare facts. else.Puuge. v the Southern congressman
less and teas tenable.
That Amendment
Vr -augment sad muck impetus to Southern development and senator the futurewdl
o f this was aa embittering ex broadca the intent and pur- u enactment of
the civil rights patience is sure. That it badpayebolutial be more rewarding.
bill will be a effect is likely
LAKELAND LEDGER sort ,of emancipation There was ta it somethingof

enact- .kGILL the story of the young Potomac FeverBy
meet for Southern medical student Frankenstein
....Mil <..ATt c_.. .... congressmen and the who created a monster that
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's :Siri': MA..o.h MA"r h.;law Yw. South. Some of them have told destroyed him. Southern leaders JACK WILSONIt's
-' ._Y""rnI.OS'IOWlLI him as much, They would like in the Congress trapped
Citrus Center :t"T ::',.!.'. .'ruit :..e.A.hEsEl to have the issue of rights to the chains of the old one- a good thing for the Democrats that teen- can't '
c___ ......, from agsrs vote. They've
rMM legislation removed their bound by the been hearing ugly
'Y eM.ww rw.w, party system rumors that the President picked the Beatles their
up by
elections Some of them
yarn actions of their states in restricting hairs,
to be fret to present their real the franchise by various *
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Deportments-686-1151 selves in the public e>e. and ctrategems all dishonest President Johnson honors Jerrle Mock for
not always have to deny themselves and therefore committed to all of that So flying around the world. He
approves long is
as a woman fling
the opportunity to apply that was wont to the system around the world he doesnt
have find
JUSJCI/TION RATIS to a government job for her.
their intelligence and political of segregation, have for gear
HOhir DELIVLIIj skills without always usual been at the mercy of *

o.. ,- . .... ..... $2140 looking over their shouldersat the monster thereby created. Tariff talks open in Geneva, with U. S. businessmen supporting selective
........ II.tS the !issue of civil nh... This destroyed their chance redut'tions. 'They're for free trade in antique Greek statues and
$in ...hi . ...,.. 111.70 . . . . .....i $ ..4STII. Not long ago alter his to become truly themselves Penguin Leathers. unprocessed

... ._Iaa 'I $IS OM ?".'. /r ..iI . . JZ'.00 speech oa the need for a review *
of foreign policy and see TOM WATSON perhaps the LBJ'i drive to weed out useless government publications makes The

Published ofternoons ond on Saturday ond Sunday morning by etominauon of myths andfears. moat dynamic of the Pppulwt whole country could save electricity if everybody quit reading. sense.
Senator William Ful- leaders, wu ao destroyad. lohi *
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 3380Z bright was asked why he. a late years he Mid." lto The economy drive Is moving ahead splendidly and It's
All ....';.1 ill this 4itiMi al tile UkUi U.gir it cayt>,"1.4. civilized and able nun had with candor, that he would bootlegging postage stamps after hours. creating jobs' too
voted as be had on civil rights have been able to become as *

legislation. The senator an*. great a national figure as Nixon wands to attack North Viet Nam. and Goldwater
wend candidly "So that I Daniel Webster had there not Cuba leaving Rockefeller nothing to fight but the Texas GOP is for taking on


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1 Wednesday, May I, 1H4 I

Okays Buying ToGetToRomney l- -
For hkel nd's Best
Of 141 Cars !Will Be TestedLANSING BUYS

By Pennsylvania VoteBy
(AP) A court order SHOP
Florida bought Ml new can .. '
-- --.p---- has
( been obtained for
a psyhiatrk
yesterday for nearly quarter of I
a million dotlara, and the purchase FULTON: LEWIS. JR. ing extremist. ; examination of Charles I WARNOCK'SFURNITURE
touched off a reappraisalof WASHINGTON: RepuWI- More than three-quarten of Ip English, 37. a former Miami-
the state car-buying proced- can pros were something less the Republican voters passed (Ian arrested Friday when he I
tires than Impressed with the 220,* tip the opportunity to endorse ;
WO write-in votes polled by their leader for the nation's lined to enter Got George W. I IRomney'
Object of the study win be to EVERY NITE
determine I Pennsylvania Governor William highest office. ( office
whether the State
Road Scranton w w wOrganiiatien Two psychiatrists writ ex.mI I
Department, a major car - :
m his state's
purchaser. should buy the vehicle Beaten; English, either at the Ing I 9
in big groups on a single tial pro-Goldwater ham county jail at Mason or the TILL f.M.
primary a' were elected to the national
bid or stick to its present procedure week ago.Those convention defeating St Lawrence Hospital at Lansing I 102 I. Mtmwfel Blvd. I
of buying cars individ #
rally or hi small numbers. direct organization candidates An- Thomas Skehan, chief as- I MONDAY THRO FltlOAT
Secretary of State Tom Adams ing the ri other four delegates from Alle |.illt.nt> prosecutor said Monday MU 2.2212

Called for a change, saying that ton h a Seraft.1] gheny County (Pittsburgh) are He is held for Investigation of _!.d-.Y' An.IIMYT I
had ] member of the Western Pennsylvania I concealed
h was expensive to buy a carat as I am- u ing_ _a_______weapon_ __- -- -
a time many Citizens for Gold-
Of the new can purchased. half million water Committee. They art
van A. the -- expected to back Scranton'afavorite
7J were for the highway patrol Phllsdel d
and n were for the road department LENTS ton candidacy how
phi a Bulletin ever :AU
The highway patrol
can were bought on a single reported two days before the Although CoMwater received / TOiIi I
bid of 1110.211 from the Hffl balloting: "Anything less than only 32.000 write-ins, his cam
Kelly Dodge Co. of PensacoU 300000 votes will be considered paign directors are pleased. ..--
Adams pointed out that al- a real disappointment to They point out that he specifically
the Scranton force. This fig asked tits
thougfl pursuit these can, they were were high-quality nearly tires out to a little less than to conduct a write-in Mpportennot campaign rUM TTM THUAfT Df*. De..... H./",, 10, ...... UtUm ....te.ty Slime dry.-1s
1309 four votes for each of the h e Hi_" 4n>*4 M locrm l>4 ktfci( e.puny. Debbie net *(tM-.lh; tlw ta tAvtil ebw
the 4t cheaper purchased per! on vehicle almost than individual slate's 80000 employee most Note: The GoMwater showIng 2t VT lint II.,....... ....... '.d II e+emsel se N bone hum e Tec..a anent W.dam.dry. .

contract by the road of whom are under notice to hi Massachusetts last week AP Wire,l>.>.. ,
department tarn on their efforts In earnest was particularly encouragingto ADJUSTMENTS 1 REPAIRSWe

Ralph Sitter, purchasing commission .I next Tuesday" those directing bin preconvention N.Y. PoliceTo 'Airliner Skids For 700 Yards Also Specialise In Carburetor,
director said the road The Philadelphia;. Inquirer hi campaign He picked
department tars were not ide a report election eve, predicted up five delegates (out of 24) Utilize Generator, Stoner, Ignition, Wiper Motor
licat vehicle a* were the highway that a Scranton tatty of despite ftn-out opposition from ROCHESTER NY (AP-A None of the 24 passengers and I And Speedometer Repair" Service

patrol vehicle. less than 250.000 votes "might the Mate GOP betrarrhy Motor Scooters 'United Air tttie passenger'I five crewmen was Injured It

Che erase any chance that he Favorite ton Henry Cabot "fa"WtocI tell yards on an'the mishap at Rochester.Monroe ,: BENNIE WHITTEN'S
Example would have of becoming a Lodge had been expected to NEW YORK AP The affptitt runway Monday fright County Airport a United
( ) -
But Adam pointed to one example ', compromise choice at the Re sweep the primary and Iris p. when the craft rune wheel coltofwed official .a 14.

In which eight ywodei pubHcan convention in San supporters Included every ma* live department will tile maltk'OnIfI'I during aa attempted The plane wa flight 719, AUTO PARTS & SERVICE
lords were bought separately Francisco jar RepoWican' hi the Mate: Uvi wmmer II. takeoff.Traffic. from Washington and BaHrmon

from. one motor compaay"When w w *. ton ("...,.,e. IW2 candidate for swats' of vom!>sMg trims ai and was bound for Buffalo and I 410 s.. ,Ie. A... rK, .ne 'IMI15FREMACS
you have INO drffer Aides M...*. the Senate Sen Loverett..- park Violator Chirac/i
'f"lItitM" somebody toU When early retwrns Indicated mMall: and State Attorney
>e a tank" Adam tatdOcfv that It-same was running General Brooke Deputy Polke C.mmi.sktr Sentences Self

Farris Bryant bfVHSjfH pwty. aides were tnoeae.Jana. 10 tx h were the .,...... Winker Arm Mid Monday tat :
out that the ate of the traded '. E SaiMger. exocxt. ration fore** that George KMtvi > 1K'ante" WOllld' be tntC.. TRIESTE liatv (AP)-.A trafto .I II
la car wa greater M same live wmmHx director of them tfl' dwwter the state's Maotiattat't Central Park tndrefect vintalor M Trieste baa feted

caves m mv toI4 ..,.ntMflt lot President ChM, Draft Lodge Committee, pee.d.ted Path Brooklyn, kirctheSpm himteH $24 and tent the moneyto I . -, ... . ---
cart toM ftfWIfHIfcfl the tenses 111.01wrkei0 tutee tolam. rift a newspaper to be give to
Bt the cabinet mstmcted ti were "tefNHy tfiMfpoifltmit" ** fur the amba odor the was Arm Hid looters raa the orphanage

lei to check Into the procedures Party leaden M WaililngMaIMtf off M his eatkm.t* a.y 2011. mutt factor than a font pit ol' He didn't sign hi* name hut
and bring heck h4lfltnfll&a. that Scffl(Hull pflllPil only w nine or mounted pd*<**iarand,':wrote that oa Map I he farted I N
lion for any change that M per teat of the OOP Presldential Under comberasm .. the can get mto areas not acc nblcto t 0 heed a ttap sign and almost
Mmaki be made SWer said tNt wriw4a and not too, baysrtmoet of Commerce Is.pptoval ran I ihad a* accident I ,
Ifle purthu ing a had i -
piece that M other RepwMtcaa bad for the shipment to
a"a awe of cvMtnT for end of .T..*4n campaignanducied
any Cuba of 21 miNioa pound of
Sane time N OT *nvv i v niiatf nanMiilieri Ia..... Another prnpnMl that
Total ttwt of die HI ran was A mdbne wtte4a, eat too much?
.. tins received n.ii level con* SHIRT JAGS
tt2t>4 There .,. old cars, were ctovalated pipe" ttderattoft: enport to CommonM "I
to trade tn on all but M of tt* to the vote and distributed Romania of a muHimilltiMidoNar ;

Sew hoMdel to OOP vwen" at the ....14, >iMbMie rubber comMOVED -

the la cabinet other act**** M Mt meeting." I. Ptt4e..f l.ta.worWrs orlaekatke ,plea. ...,i4I .....,........asKea.baCMoeM "
gave wren mhhrr amen ewein toear's
09 .fa Perm Camps wtttt wKkh to "wale TO ow......tour/.aaii.a.....
.... arramoa'i name asera.b" ,a p.Mnrr_. ..NMMM. at.w..s.w
Granted the .aefteetfan. tMSM .. 118 W. LEMON ST. -e......w.w ut
04 Ctentwo to tfr** a m NMf11MMM. keaat ran a.aue..n.w. .taut ten......11MIIf 4
.*U Mwd N.. I R4 Cat tome mm ...... I**** R.. Unter UpvViow' ,"to spat waxxnl N M.PIMP
litM HMry CowMy puhbam SftI, It*** fcoti ..MI are. .ua...,y.M.vss.b4.iiemit iM.M
Took under study the r.aueti.I easily won renommattaaja ___ _.... t.:.=J lt
of the Suit helm PcpanmmiIA I ..mi. a hni.&mon-. right a
lease office mace M Wee I
Palm Beet tar 'M.year but
entered a check w are If the
Haw should erect aa uNite
twiUMf HIM wswad
Paid Drtray Bear IM.011O
for a bod** acroM Coal Ik
.. Palm Bee* CouMy end paid
Dade County .". for replacettMM )
of live bndtet. over Canal) .ry
...d a saw oVyanmenttinder
the Mote Baard of Hee**
to assume rrdeliUue of r..*.-
active cMienato trust the lderal J' \ : \ @

KovtntmeM when t'" e ,
Atomic Energy Committiaa reIUMPM fUll QUAUTULI UODt1.1Y... ., b
*** control The c....... v? I
pn*'**" g11 ant. for canal operation i 'RICED WlTHIU LONTSTfr.ew .
of IM departmentIMraMd .
saw ..... .... '
.. 1Ctr-< unMdp
)81 lor -
.W caftan* C Ir.ebl te........."'M.,........,........ oS
en the prof***' *M *
Browerd CMM> ( 1 :

Advanced U. more ***** 1 lIP tenet fire.Sfoibwfu

money for west w.* tlM.W ant .. i Hr I* the pMld i- ...
ready on Md M canwue the J-: .Aand Aeerk Pals Put ton *4 bib Unit and. icitikal
Slate AfTKidwre PnyanmaniMatch C r. ..... Sep \, M s casual kiphuesaa -del
aa*"* saw tafcauteantU 4 toM...''"'..N .... wtsl ... yew led M ifH f. all UtMtrt --.. tastes rill (*llr and
<< thus Medaerraaeaa 'mill tyAwnonied 1 u.maul euaa113 N _tII1e.... t adtuMable .4. tab i.. e Ii.fwoittl f.Wni .. taus, carat end elk, Tweek.ios "
c Me outers tott ; w/ lhMaass ....... shed.. 5"
sling bout ue._ M contract ONLY
for coottructiiM of various wni- i

'ffiIIY budding, meaty to correct $1.50 1 r )
errors and oveti


Bill To Tighten WEEK -

Coast Regulations I Only S1.1S Per Week Y "

Passed By House LUr'

Paul Kogtn. f>ria M\S a bill UllU.. T.1.-S.aa -
passed by the House will orrmu ST III 1/
Coast Guard seuure of Russian
I Ii
and lortda Cuban water trailers vwlauaa

Refer said paataae of the bill
Monday "will give the U, & a f
law with teeth M H and do much WITH ITS OWN MATCHING TELE-STAND ""

to Ml Communist poaching M
our materTh measure a!. Matching Luggage Tones . blue w

ready had Senate approval Removable Snap On Travel Cover { I
said Reams "Ka at
Private Attachment TV
luteiMtf nroy wdhodt: -
firiunc ir.eter
least one dltllrtl4"other
on coniiauous full-time cp Ct
duty oft Hondas east COMI light**'ght. only about 25 let j

and Cape Kennedy Built,in Telestopog Pivottnna* c ..1 anon nr challis
fine of :.*..i then sew Shut
The bill provides a
S100M or a )fif" mprl.OO- 1'- overall d.'| meas,12fitq; viewable sea I }1'k a Jl a wlc.m. addition

mem or both aad seizure 01 aa> Tubular Metal Tae' Stand with magazine rack fl \ h every mania summer
.rdr.b.. All infinil.
vessel found to be violating the Easy roiling, self i ivcUit| plastic ebseis t I rI w
II varioy.1 talon and p.k
law Existing Uw provides no I _, Irons to ch.... Seem and
penalties or sauure : they're all full cut fw

< ce", '." wild btlian style.
SERVING LAKELAND .U afar adjuaable side tabs and tw.
Court House urns' "..M Inns .-.....
Door Is Time


KAP)- j
It can be I am in Hopkins
County courthouse but stick auto electric
your head out the window and South got. Shopping Center Lokelond

you can yawn at 10 amMadvalle -
w now on Central fa Northgate Shopping Center Winter Haven

) Daylgjht Time But Hopkins 63333able TV & APPLIANCE CO.
County. of which" NUdisonulte is Brandon Shopping Center BrandonCabinet

the Standard county an is hour on earlier centra OUR FREE 208 N. FLORIDA AVE. l-

L R Sla'.fn announced
Mondav that all CTofn ''"

-tj w the c':anhnjse v.J ('P- j i

craw ca standard tune .



Hpvv Polk County Voted In State Races r Here


'United Senator F.Slates I Far Governor REPUBUCAN GOVERNOR FOR I Attorney General1CeetmMsbee rsr I,Public Fer Florida Utnitta. Attorney State For I Sues, Fer IF"Greup Member Home Ne.of 2 ef the I For Representatives SUM Oronp Member Horn N*..r 1 of the I ClraiN Clerk of Court t" Shetlffix ""--


" PRECINCTS Ii I i f f I i J i J 1 J I !II i "I! I I I f A I J t I ti i !I I 11,

L North Fort Meade I 447ll'| '| 54, 29| 2:2: 454| 36| 2 11 0 228 25& 86)) 216'[ _2641|_30011|| 22] 280| 26611( TMJMj III'')li) 58| nij25g[ 21il I 1691 1011 m I! m 1, 47 I; XI 180, _1188_w
r 2. South IFort Mead "II "X" <| mil'| HI ap-m I I 2:2: 2M| 24,1 1 11 'I I'I 217 "Hf I 641 241 1621 26611 J2| 177J 245'1';| 197| IS| nil|| 231| 73, 2671| I6|II| I01| 194| 17011 2Uj tH; 251 125 299.
2. North Bartow |II| HZI:1| :| IMI| 63| W) 44 4427111) 2 21 1 4 2111 44SJ 158 L4611 4773O| "" '| 41|"""1121| '2M'4281':| 1811! 140iPj9_ [ IUI I 4977 t 47/1|| 198)| 179 j 4941| 340|; 2J2] 134'' 2D4| y 59f; 2
V. Medufla II -I 1 IJliIi! 811 *i; 79j 14 481Ha| TT 3T 2128s11 1 4171| 21H33)|_ ) 273)) 3941,) 3181 144J! 1831; 1311) 1301, 3141 53j I 3411331| | IIOII! || 4111| 11)1 I 12! I2j'i,' 429, w
a. II -j 8711 sr-xT, ) IOj I lij342iiTj:I 4I a, 7J J72| 27o',I 90)) 263308| | 132| 22: | 'i7t' 202248/,|"" {| 108| ML',,| | 6711551 trj iwT, 118, 14111|| 351| '4L3,4'| 1 '' 707 t
$ SW Auburndale i, 41f1Il1J|_ | 1(11' 54, 21J 411 405| sly" '1 III Sff 2231| 2&411| 108 3)31! 292| 196'' 38J 219| 28011|| 206| 121 1 J6S11|| 160120190| | n1;;1 1801 LT W "|| 364| 90i.Kathleen ll! 223 _468 )
*?-Green Pond_ ::1! *; 2,1 31| 'I l OJ 0 2S| Iii, ,0| 31| III '1[ 51] ii=q 7// lSIl|| 21| I1)) 2111|| 22| "" 01| l'C"l'' Hr, 11 :] HT I 4, 20/1| 20t, 9, l I __u 1
!. ProTidenc* II 337)) Mi) 741| .40)) 141 28 337)) 3>: ij ir 4 17S| 289) 70 28$! 2961 147j| 1T| 198| 290,1, 2587; 171 8511]| 1491) 691 172| 3511) I7I| 129| I49HI. ( 37ii, n.;. 51, 58'', 289! k
Bradley Junction t U, 2BI40f6W| 491) 25111)| ) 11 233121| 11 21| H' 4 1731| 147 66 211 1961 141:1 1:|_26210|_ | 126)1741,) 711 8511|| JIll| 571| 215| 13,1,1 162| sr I94II 211| 1461 Ie, 43 ,Ili 1;
10. Morton I | iiii 89)) 51)) 27)) 7t 462)) 10211 111 UI I 23 271' 469 111 454" 4621 t 211:1: ISI 1 342s31|| 497)) JIll 1121 2121 1851| 2381| 53.,) 1I9| 212)) 234'f&\'!| \I 3| 221 101'1') 514,
11. Highland City | n'j| 113)1) nSJ\ 19; 12) 32I: | 28,1, 01| 01| lj| 1661) 261' 941 274 291| 1891 32): ) 2251 2:20:1: ,:) 253] I7J) 15i1| 1011) 14[ 213| 381 220,, I08J Miff) 357]/ .21 j 1111f! JliQ,,
12. NW Winter Haven 1 170S1 mil 1 !7i( 711| 14120f 1 74|[ 440120811| 21126152" all| 503 148j574) _$411283'| | 401| T2J 1 Ila1;[ 1461128,1521131'| ," ;,| | 45112031| | 441|106J| 6fi, 70111 ITTI5b7 I 28i 7nll|i iii >
U. Altnra PHI I ) 23T'' I 28113I041) \ | 131;I 01| JJ| 1 751| IIj 2:21: 106' 711 lg7i"I 107"| >1 L "L."i"' HI 30'1) 101| 231 13, 43" 59)) 55!! 71'|: 7T7 1 23.. 25| 62,, _12G .
14. West Frostproof" I| 4401) aU 10749)) ) JIll| 23 4lHW\! !\ 4T\] \ 13' 2001 220 WJ306in 1831| 185 34| 4561| 147] JU871/ | 121: 4011 73, III| 32,| 1741| I49| 16Cli;; 279: 62)4S3lK.) 111"J 132' 403 1 v
15. S. than City I 13t771| ,| | $21321| | 471 4611| 151! 31| 51 I l,,1| Jill| 361,; 121) 4191 467 nH| ,' 33| 450: 236J 273J 109;, m;it! 105 226, 192| 381, 2111 II! 3$111|| i 20, 081!' S"ii -W
l4.Hometend 1 ijw57 f '\ 1)1 11 I 41 13)!) /I,, ..I| ..I| ..l|| 511| 67 II| _%5)) 72 | sT| 821| 71 23j 114! 50| 48j "nil!) 111| in "i 15'I 211 "30;; lit]! JTl 447ITTwniow ," 41''' t, j
Oak "t 17J| 931: 49j{ 241 58 51| I92| t12;|| "21 11 2:1: 1121 144,1 47 1621-1721 105 13611341' 125| 71'' 5111 411 64* I25| 20,1,, 1111 481| 59'I'!! lilt| 12S1 7)4'/ 151 S
18. N. Mulberry" |"l 42211731141| ]) | 71)) 14 23)) 4111 3211 21 21) 7il 271 j' 35711 I 1&1 41}. 4'" ''in ." 261) 236| 406),) 327j) 1411 US ll:! "H| 1333| 423j23$4754| )| '_" ?" 631 13411 4251 1861| 171 u8li! 41b

19. East Lake Water II TMJ 1 MliHj5T: 1071 I 881 2J J l M: > mil I 1'1 l _52124j| 3811 I 11711; 1401 603)1) 5711 364 sel 733)) 1$41 I 6231" 1121 iill,| I4|11M: I4I|.141 I 2141) I48| 459I''I| _SX1>i Ut, u"1 1. mil ere, i I.
29.'ponTctty II 211 l lII 1'1 1211 '1 isTfiiir/_ 4141| 41| 711 J33,| 44| mJTli lio''' _II i *O.1I113)i | 90| 111:t SOJ ill: 7:1j00)124Oli':| | | 1 jll;f
21.: -N. E. Winter Haven T84| 4461' 120)) 194, 52tj n463'\ Ot'I\ 34j I :37| 50T ml 142/1/| 1961| T66iT7 I l 341 _NIEo 2511: T79| 2SIj 1 184)) I5S| 634| 2901| II'' 142| 114, foil, 274, 190! 54 j MliI11||_ --&
22. Loughmanajrcarpenter' II 7Jj 24STpmewwd" 20LjI" ( 211| 21 n, 'II 41, 21( 611$3J 28,1 ill) M}",7F-IT 61" 58j 45,1! 531 i 171 "I) 231 Hi) 26i i8I22! : 1 Ill 53,1 foil, 31)31I13| '
Home 11 Hj I iTi"nr:' 121| 1JT 71 I 41 111M ; 2il t 81 41 3,1 23)) IS; It I 24,-fr"U Ii i|111) 17,1, 20,, 121) lj)| 11| III] 13| 31 III' III 7 201 14j, 41) 1.I-1e--i ,
24. Til *man II ) II| ZI| 2| 11| MI H| ..I.| .) 0611 n 32 J 12:121-44':;" t: 2114711 421 81| 141 t 3J 2:2144: ) Iii 211 1 124i4, Ij JI2I'l't JJ; ,
1 II X! 108;, ISI) 48)) 24| 22| 3'521' |_ X''| lit) Ij 20[:| 168 M 1 | 2M1 JI-| 1114 lit IUI 1 220I5 : 286)) 1151 Mil _iVlITOj I /Is2j| 431 I 157)) I42| 17H II| 444, 72 4J| n t I 22! jJ;,
28.; Davenport 1 II! atJ 71, 511 4.1 28J 28)! ) 264| ";.I 1 II! ZJ11 I6S _2U | 233,1 ill' 101 241 flit| 2IIL J 56159| ,| "L 1031 Jolt| 44)) IllS) 121| 211:1 200| f'fL m I 172"s
5T. NW Lake Wale II|| IW) -I 21S87SW i 41 asj I 211 I 841 ZSI i 7j I 1 711 243 loa, 421 LJsL! ,,-, ,rl j .1 t lOll 1281) 2071) 34,( 40] 4011 2)| II'! Til 711 I Jt2'1 1 IJ'ZI I ZlDj XI J lip 27)n
Lake Wale f II| 3W| 8011}( ro4l[ 481| 22j t 18| 342| 40 I TI I ni I 1211) m )011 111_ sail :%ii40, Jt21! mil t) Xl| 94|__77rI961 | Itl ml I ml I Ml 1 l24Tml, | _2T2| 49| _22 I 14118, iSi S
StTLake Alfred Ii -I I ItlXTEagle 111| 411' 94) 711 X7JI3B J ,,! III i JI 1',1 l BI l 3I7j| Ml|3 ii2' Ift'liil' _, | 40f|)I93j Uln|| I2Ij 219i! 1411 47 I86 : Lake M 291 1 71 1 .., JlI i J'J) 141 I Zl41! 4; jJ zit| 143imr 240rt!'138':}\11i_ 77_ 2111_ fjt20':;| 2D1j) it/li_ I I9ST1407 1 K' nil n I m 11 181 J 171 I n I Sn T_ -s
2L Lake Hitnflton |"| "j! 171':' :II I wi46T I I I 19)) lt21:1: '1 21 1 "11 211 1111 11| 66'' I';' WI I Ml 181[ Xj) IT411:j ) III II ell, a, '4 I .111 I 141 71 l7 _..Ij -,
21. Lak. CJf the JftIt I 31 j H7 itl I I II I >t, te C iiJ37DBn6 't I 11; T5T i TiTirJ5LLJL4 I bIii I 11|1/1301/ 12 j-lli, Hl I Tfi'I ) 21'11 i D i II II, Isl| l 6i| 111I1 41, 2ti I III' __. __ e
> |11| 21I| SII; rConAfefiTpierct Ii -I Mit|! lt4j I Ij I X| I 1164)) 11'1'I HI 1 n 2111) 3M0] IMi Oily' aMl -JlJ ,+ }4- 1 MS'' "'i211r-211f.j2t2j! 244, Jel 111;1 Iftl i Nil Ot::1 I TO 1 21S| It, III --"io-"
|II| 11'1| -1; nj t "I26LkeWfre 1 I'll I 'J .JI .11 .. .. ..1Iwr -jl 1 Dj l 1131!) I ..nil; !!'" :I J -.) 411 II l It l lliirnairTxf .0, 81 i ni I Nt) i i 4711 ...I _I II cello :
11 I 2MJ I Itrjl I II 41''' Inl If 274| an I JI i iX i 1,1, lit ma *)rj&ryK I I JfiH I ; ? Ml 147| N'I10"! 1DI I141| 3411 i 2ft1 '1 JJ' %Si'1rutjsts
II I 4M| ltl' NS I 44j I | III|_ 4M| 241:I ll| n J 112)1)1 2J4II !31i1f|| J/J'|_ Xfir 1 *4| 1"lr2lf2i"rm' iipi2irTiii'', h67 1"1 2ft; 811 I niir\ I 212''I i .I t"j III i 11 "Jfi '
5rW1ftOftf 7I7| I.,! I SJ 111 al _1 64i I 114.{ 4j 1 J; ; '361 ;,-af'-' sdpa l J4Q; INJ ni Ti j ?i'," 644. ,, fl'l'| l 9)) 143 In'' ''t 1I7| I"; 292 ,-773- \
21, Comertvflle I'' H4| 611 431 1 III II I I'll Itll II I II| HI II : lifi-s T"Bf:: 124 '-211J r-rr sj 41 X | 34"Sjj i X| IITI I _, "I a boy '12, A,si U inK. "
.-Babwn Park I' IW| 221 1 III 2T| "I t 1171( "11 ..I I 49J IK 114 1&t1; 4In4iiIa: t NiIJ:'-111 X41 /IUj)-X|' to: "I 44 g',' 71)J III I M '' Hil 247, It! f7"ij- +<<
41. i. E Winter Hare* It 1ft 1 171;1 IM I I. 7112t t n 1041| 2IIIJI 2IJ t 1'Ij' t 44,1 1 438ll 222 ;(/tSf) 'I-y.z )+3't:, :flit j IHTJ> **'' 144, be. Ali j I III, _I IPS j ,.., 421 1 41 4U :- tH \
42. "red '!JIIU 11 till U4; III | 71, 6I4| US4T2I | Z9| Jill|| 214HI mJTnfTi4irn7r\ tQIf2i4n.I';' i L/"litj| I | 16411' 1951 t 2fT 4211 411 I 2TI,'2T9 4011 1 "'I l 2'1' M| ItO ---2/; /
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North Auburndale || 2I| .. \ > III I'I 2TJ t IJ4IH I xiW:: ,/ '1 4 I lW -nil7iTli1 \n n rT49rTT5ii,, t; '2fl 71 --"I.-.ii--stl I' .s1, WI_ ml1! '.1 x, 7t7Tg'_ -294X ,,-
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tTKaiaiTake baWl I ill nil 141| Ml .j 1 czl I 1911 hi) -I n 2Tjiiu I "4W I4;,::\i|Iii, *n!lt "'i1l ttiHir"i l .il) ar I ITT I 4?: 271 1 'j I xj-xrnr I i 11 ''I 1; ,
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Wallace Claims I Indiana Victory I Khrushc Takes British ParatroopersBreak 'Oklahoma Voters

Ship FortR Bedouin Ambush Reject Proposed
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (AP>- But former Minnesota Gov torney from Indianapolis captured can backing, saying a substantial ,
Cov. George C. W flce. the Harold E. Stassen. his only serious 14.698 GOP votes. Joseph showing would foster conservatism MOSCOW (AP) Soviet Premier THUMA1R. South Arabian about 600 rebel from the road, To Work
Alabama invader who championed rival made an unexpected 0. EtU of South Bend had Ute in both parties. Khrushchev!* left the Federation (AP-Briti paratroopers between Aden and Khala 60 Right- -
states' rights claimed a dent in his margin. Ubconsla" Better Democratic State Chairman Soviet Union by Vp for the broke out of a desert miles to the north. Britain has
victory for his cause today but With 4.240 of 4.416 precincts United Arab Rcpui, the jovernment village Tuesday night after be- about 2.000 men battling dual OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -
Democratic Gov. Matthew E counted Welsh bad captured Except for the upset total J. Manfred Core said! he thought new age>\Tau said tog pinned down for 12 hours by dent tribes In the South Arabian Voter turned down Tuesday a
in Wisconsin
Welsh held the field for Presl 355.132 vote to 163.43T for Wai. Wallace polled about 10 per cent of the Wallace today. I Bedouin rebel Two Britons and Federation of British-protected proposed right-to-work amendment
dent Johnson in Indiana' press- April 7, in his first Northern vote represented Republicans Khrushchev is diiln Cairo at least six tribesmen were sheikhdoms stretching across) to the Oklahoma Constitution.
the civil
dential primary. lace.All of the SI Democratic votes foray against his Indiana showing rights who took Democratic ballots. I Saturday for ceremoL la connection killed. the southern end of the Arabian .
Wallace who made his campaign ., at the Democratic national convention would measure have been a major sur Welsh who is serving hta last with the A*a Dam The British struck at nightfalland Peninsula, "David beat Goliath.." a jubilant
a crusade against John-' will be controlled by prise. year as governor, stirred I power and irrigation fleet, being seized hOls where Bedouins The British have accused opponent of the controvtr-
son's civil rights bill piled up, Welsh. Running against Wisconsin storm of opposition when be I built with the heljf Soviet armed with rifles machine guns neighboring Yemen and the sial proposal(said today
a big protest vote in Tuesday!, That gave the Alabama governor Gov. John W. Reynolds. Wal--battled his way through the funds And technicians and mortars had been sniping United Arab Republic of supply. But supporters of the measure <
balloting but his showing fell I 29.6 per cent of the Democratic lace captured 33.1 per cent of courts: to win enactment of In at them all day under the broiling ins weapons to the rebel There and refused,to concede defeat
short of the upset race be ran L, turnout and IT.I per cent the Democratic vote and 244per diana's first sales tax. Don Heffner, Mel Ha\r and 110-degree sun. were unconfirmed reports that Indicated of they might seek
in Wisconsin against. another favoriteson of the total vote. cent of the total turnout. State political leaden agreed Wes Westrum will coo r Ten other member of the 120- Yemen was trying to Infiltrate a With recount all but votes.few
stand in for Johnson Three minor candidates split Welsh blamed Republicanswho that many of the votes for Wallace -Met Manager Casey lengel man British company were 300 soldiers to help the Bedouins precincts a scattered
Cold water ftln 27.309 votes.Goldwater. switched ballots for the were protests against the next season. wounded in the fierce fighting 3<<.890 in reported favor the and vote 370.524 was
In a Republican race all bui t i polled 227.763 votei Wallace showing.The governor. with the tribesmen. The casualties Laurel race course between against
eclipsed by the steaming Democratic in 3.701 precincts Stassen had Alabama governor insist The Alabama governor takeson Bob Swift Pat Mullm. |bby were flown to the British Washington. DC. and Baltimore -! Oklahomans thus refused to
contest Arizona Sen. 91.119. That gave him 261 per ed. "It shows that the great another administration favorite Overmire and Wayne Bla&urn Middle East base at Aden, 50 held its first meeting in make this the nation's 21st
Goldwater Indi. cent of the Republican turnout. number of people in state Sea Daniel Brews- will coach under Detroit the ,
Barry grabbed every son ao miles to south I the fall of 1911, It 1s now the state with a law that would
ana's 32 votes at the Republican Goldwater had 6T.1 per cent. share our philosophy," ter, in the Maryland presidential ager Charlie Dresses nee 'astn The paratrooper are part of home of the Washington Inter-)have banned union
National Convention. Frank Beckwkh. a Negro at Wallace bad invited Republi primary May 19. a British force trying to clear[national. mcmbel'si p.Here's compulsory


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Vaughn And Dixon To Vie Haslett WinsVaughn 1 1I Harlem Police Fulbright Plans "Ii'. .'

I To Listen Learn "
j al of a criminal action against taxpajers 150080 during the . ,.. '
ailed and materialize W. Clark Stone htm. during the final weeks of first year. Seek SlayerOf At Cyprus Talks 6.1 : " ". ;
to the campaign. He particularly hit hard at "; L.' .....',. ""
With absentee ballot yet to .' ". "
la the race for criminal salaries and vacations for em WomanNEW ATHENS Greece (APU.SSea. \Y' .
be counted, complete but unofficial court clerk Robert J. (Bob) ployes la the offICe. J. W. Fulbright arrived today .. .\\ ... .'.
-> m.- i _. _-, Haslett racked up a majorityin Vaughn ran on his expert.: i YORK (AP-The fatal to hear the Creek govern ... t .' .
I \ precinct to his more ..[ment's side of the Cyprus crisis ,., :
j' ';P 'I1 1i every voting onto gained during tabbing of a white woman I '; .
". _"" H_ gain a fourth term ia the of than 20 year ia the office and ahopkeeper in Harlem has threatening to weaken the North .......,-,-, ,"'". .'... ..""" .. .
Dutoa pushed a desire to serve purred police investigation of Treaty Orcuiz.tioa"1n.nk. | / -.
returns show Vaughn lICe.Hulett esstern .
accumulated 27.724 the Dixon also indicated that of !
with taxpayers report a gang Negro
with 18.908 votes. Dixon | The chairman of the Senatel!
13,664 and Stone with SI.133 votes while his opponent. John at times that he is ia youth, dedicated to crime and I Foreign Relations Committeej
Vaughn and Dixon will meet Brown was named on only favor of removing the office attack on whiles, has been! said he bad no solution for (y.
in the second primary on May ....15 ballots from the fee system of financial formed. )I pro to offer in talk scheduled -= .
21 for the right\ to fill the vacancy tonight with Greek Premier \
The of Sugar
Called For Economy operation. slaying Margit .
being left by Sloan whois George Papandreou The senator -- --- -
retiring after more than 30 Stone, a retired Army officer Removal of the criminal 4, in her second-band clothing:! said he came to listen and I
years in the office. The win* seemed to be the most clerk's office from the fee sys store last Wednesday, I AT CONf IUNCC- ..... Carol fledde. dikes a d. Met"Mtt Ge.1 Ced.r.... racy
ner of the runoff will have no likely choke to battle Vaughnfor tern was the lone plank Haslett ia 'lenity was unprovoked. Coupled Fulbright flew from London i 1 yet !>... .>. shows .' tk." ark t.kl Ie 4u'm| Mliilerivs .we. f IM* leN era John 5 Brown's and
Republican opposition in November the circuit clerk post u be countered platform by reminding votersthat with the death of three other his where fact he launched on Tuesday for l... H, W IUctky>* .114 lk. I... Jehu J. leeks, .It .! L..IeII4. Mn H V W...,, S.hriq. ad
Campaigned method on a platform of to- the matter will appear on (white in Harlem recently u President-finding Johnson mission The senator Df. Cfc..... T. Thus ii r....*. .( 'le.iII. 5vrktr. C....... 1..Ie. The ...,*....i..1 ssai.hlr
suit Stone and was also named filed a in false a civil arrest lions revise in the the clerk' office opera to a a special referendum in November gave rise to report of a racialIvendetu. ([conferred with Prime Minister .>..!. ...., !., ran .( the ckwxk ...>.... l*| lli>. ae4 p.Uf.m) .kiii| Asir. It *p suit following the dismiss degree he Mid would save iir Alec Douglas Home. .1 24 ..< ,... Ikrwifk. Se.4.f.

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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, May R lift

Russians Keeping PaceIn (Please Economic PresidentWASHINGTON Trends_ 'Wreatherl 9t=: A '

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Atomic Sub BuildingWASHINGTON (AP)-Presl-,contribute their talents to the tr' -
dent Johnson said today he h' : good
And Around The Nation
pleased with the direction: the Temperatures In Florida
t Goals Cited
nation's It headed but'
(AP-The engmed lubmarinesIther Polaris structkm through only about another -; II concerned: economy with some other j'These are the goats of this STATION "L Ikaston ............ 51 48 Memphis ............ 84 fit

tiet, Union may be buildup or attack ships. two or three years, whet., aspect of America including II- nd these are the moral Miami .............. 643 Charleston .......... 75 59 Milwaukee .......... 71 57
building of 41 Polaris and 44 attack .......... 13 11 ...... 11 48
atomic-powered submarines a)t, diseases, and r.lviJrljhts.
Below ..
Output Plan J.cksonville ...... 11 59 wsOrleansu.
will have bee I objectives) he said Kati'
I .......... 84 55 Ne ....... 84 58
a rate of seven to 10 a year This was below the planned, completed and the last of then He urged the Advertising i Calling the advertising executives Key West ........... M n OeveIand .......... 110 15 New York .......... n 4S

US. sources estimate 'average! of one commissioning: put into fining-out yards fo Council In a prepared speech to "the great persuaders," LAKELAND ....... 12 U Denver.......... 70 47 Omaha ............. 71 60
This would appear to about per month. That plan was upset final work. get in the front lines in the war Johnson asked their help tocommunicate Ocala ............... lIS S8 Del Moines ........ n 64 Philadelphia ........ n 4S
match the! American production Iby new and tighter constructionrequirements. The Soviet Union has given fro on poverty. the ofthese Orlando ............. It U Dttftlit .......... 13 85 Pittsburgh .......... 110 52
schedule (safety establishedaflcf indication of a termination dst! "There is hardly a comment: urgency Pensacola ........... 61 10 Fairbanks .......... 45 33 51. Louis ......... M 57
Available records show that in!: the loss of the Thresher a for her atomic submarine pro. ty in this country where poverty programs. "Help us to Sarasota ............ till II Port Wenh ......... n 6t San Francisco .... 52 48
the last fun year the United yeat ego.The gram. does not have some beachhead persuade the frightened, the Tallahassee ....... 12 58 HeIwJktfu t ........... 13 72 Seattle ............. 52 39
States constructed nine nuclearSo U.S. program carries fOftLADY'S As the Soviets have progressed I and the hardest battles skeptical and the cynical: : that Tampa ............. lIS II Indianapolis ........ B2 57 Washington ......... 75 50
into the atomic submarine field., are going to be fought right In the American society Is In the W. Palm Beach .... 12 15 Juneau .............. S8 4J BAROMETER
they appear to have eased of' your home town," Johnson said(, balance and the future of our Kansas City ....... 7S 68 'I a.m. 30.12
on some of the supersecrec] He said the war on poverty Atlanta ............ 71 54 Los Angeles .. ..... st 47 1 p.m. Tuesday 30.02
bind stake he said.
d. (,which surrounded their effort a t.:'I makes good sense economical at
the outset of the attempt ti, ty estimating that 11,000 Invested Johnson said that as long as
'- catch UP or surpass the Unite. in salvaging an unemployable ! Business, labor and government 1r/r 21 1 ltte A i It/f it51 p1r
States. youth can return $40,000 or (operate in an atmosphere rAb,. r
II Seen more in his lifetime.A mutual "1 i 11.22 ODUDyr.
Subs Now I.f trust see no Alt

i f From time to time, Soviet mi. Moral Challenge ton why the expansion !.t, y tly

____ clear-powered submarines an, "But its almost insulting to not continue: re.-I
!seen surfaced whereas before, urge you to enlist In this war More Good Days
\ they probably operated close U,:for economic motivations. This
home or hi arctic waters immediately .lit a moral challenge hat goesto He said almost every' day
north of the Soviet the very roots of oar civilization brings good news about the
homeland Those reported as, and asks if we are wilting economy and that many people
f /I sighted op to now have beet' to make personal sacrifices for have been surprised by ''
in the eastern Atlantic region the public good. Johnson said the free enterprise
The estimated production tltefor "I can say the same thing doing.
about the civil rights legitlalatfon '
the Soviets is not broker
Only this morning Johnson
down between missile-firing tot,Those who now say before this Is I Congress political said, Chairman Walter W. Hel! wraO11r.
r attack submarinesThe doing in.1DnJustice ler of the Council: of Economic
gimmick are I gross
British pubticat'"lane's to the baste convictions Advisers told him private non-
Fighting Sh ps." says farm residential construction
b b. of a democratic society that I
,Us latest edition that the Soviet
outlays rote slightly In April.
: men cannot live onto themselves
,Union had bv the latter. half d atone; that the right The preliminary figures estimated ! w..a'.... tr- %-
ilk ELGIN VALUES! last year M atomicsubmarines powered I kind of democracy: is bound together outlays to be H per tent I + -
in operation Ai I above a year ago
Ogsnt lal1 '. U 1t" features case of by the ties of neighbor I +
a. that time the United Sutei, raiawrw+ r
: "
S299 trees, Joriawm spoke of "tragic terrINe
17 fashionable
n;:Ji 14K gob jewels. "
i-on band had about 3* In commission Surety he said enlightenedpintle I II...." such as cancer 1 j.- .. Q,

trssee 17iwHhi lady's tic'', 'fI' The UJ Navy now has M at. aelnneaamen behave that an and multiple sclerosis, but ton! .. V.4 a .
*** fitutiovs UK gob u.... tiecant 83 99"a .tack-tyye ships! and t* Polaris'members of the shouldsave the advertisers that "the most -.. .. ....
bracelet! band finished M Florentine and ''''iJlllII commission with I) d equal IftftI 10 politic is.tWieL ,;dangerous stehness of aft, especially - -
pc..ihed ,old. r<-__ the latter deployed on station to be equally CngiovC. forrtOftml today is public apathy"
the eastern Atlantic fVftftftCMl the WIATHtftft rOUCAST-f.1f ../ mill we ilw pease) .. and seen ..w of.... Mkali1e)
_tU.JIII'I ..L.u. at] ;.o i a::. H -. I Mibhe and vf MI9U should have M OjF eqwl Oklahoma's football team had )***, .irii ttmptntunt .W. a o.l frwa Ida CoM Miss M It* C....,_ b..,. He tar. mA

The great symbol of the Irt ones to vote for prttic offlNats -!won U Big Eight Conference of t.f..< M ..< .eats .....<.f > m shock .... M /.H T a sear,. IAP Warp****!
122 E. Main S,. lektle4' ,.. ill-U04
1.IftIhdt was the bald and to send their cMWren Hines In a yew wisest beaten

I eagle. -- -_ ______ goo public kcnonH and M by Nebraska. 2 -M. this season Wcof/icrcost
t .
The t..MtefI4 ....., barest T-l
r fwm-att dHr to pattly cloudy k.

aid mild weather thrwglt tomtirror

aRenweua. A tMMeI

light. brief chewer In the 'OsC IORLCAS1IA
t afternoon was forecast ed mod Ctear M partly riuaty **
W0M and T.nMTMAy. Nat fWMIIem ..+.
s eraw humidity was I aewert.lte
efts... rA tem/swalura. lew. wa
high temperature )Htt'f"1 M w 14 MsjliL
<** was U dgr..ti ad the te*.
.. I- \ y I. C CM *** fair TtwnPartly -
". lust night' wM II degreri.IIIG , ..,. tow tuaglt around M.D' .

bandy Tttrs4>,.
DAY loucur Low laaagM near M

Mr the period brgtnaing at Trtfcxfc C. I. It., GweraHy law

tnM.>.t and endf M t Thursday |jw |oiH M ill .hfs
!I'* Nanttfarttfty'wWiis H M
'i tthtk Monday night. temperal.ree MaiLaw
31 mlks per haw..
will he near normal and,
'I G Partly tswtff Twrs4if.Pew .
1a ae preeyntatMs of cw.e.gdencea brief Mowers We*>. UHlMhhl

enpecwd Normal nuurnvm:, *tft" Ms. i I Isisigtst around II
is around IS and normal minim .,, J Partly dandy ThMr 4 yimiih K, Partly ctnudy lhwtd ya .

m Is m_the ufper smite_- I few parks Mans idily 1.0w tamgttt ( tow 70s_

I' Methodist Bishops Signs HintEconomy

Disagree About Rule : Is

1p :Leveling Off

PITTSBURGH (AP-A North IrokM'{ natural origin, elf eco
era btthap and a Suuiheni huh nomit condition, Hull he et.i ; iy SAM DUk&ON
up NM differing inirrpmaiiuM bit to amend IM worthy SMV ,, AP Business Ness Analyst
today on a new Methodwi left (o partkipete in II' pro- NEW YORK fAP-&wsM
Church law el and u> he admitted MMus
Mvuig gamma grimly will .o on for atwai months
icy rare are eiujtW* to worship membership,, anywhere asthe
wild. membership la ."> connection'' being hewer than a \w ago
Mathudat c4wrdn HMhop Saab was sled lu' But new fMtrh b*..r than o It

Bihnp John Ow.. Smash ofAtts give has imefpnMaiian uf Hj 'right MM*.. tats the ml
,.5. .u. Ga. ti the key woN j H* Mid 'AH p.upi. are etigsWe .I F.MMTWtuM. of a leveling off
M ".ht>hl>." He said that' FJ.... SMMM they are
'1 mesa perciMS of say I free w ... and ....... be a4aMMd .are. bused now M a number oi
tat wall M grhra.d
race must nocMiiriry be adoMtwd . I dent Maw if that mate err
14 lAY Methoibat. chwftiBwhup H htndug on them W be let w."'by the official cu<*ur* net to
fcume which will how
haws K. Mathews ol
Mailer Of Custom
sjoud HUM were in March.
Boston aaid K u hu fethoi thaiMuKodut
churehee are uitd r a If a person would be kept out April Mol May.
"mmputuon of f...." to abide lot a rhurth. the btthop -""* .I Steel Predurlia leteHngSwel
by the MM4 of ike Uw Mdlaw e would not be a mater of pros
Why knock out to ? are obligated 10 throw open hilts ,but a matter of CWMMI.parucwlarly . fur the prs wns.wt04
yourself trying save money their doon to everyone.Appretal \ m the South iolf,,And the summer's lime being normal at least slow
uhm Mathews Mid M
UkhMtl DrUte u> him si is the recpunMhtlM -;do.... teems as sure as anthinccan

( . when you can get somebody else to do It for you) The. church's hald.g us pump.....cauttrew .....1-I'the >west of of p.attar the*scar to Uw see M thai lad.: >, Suwi's he w that spring cyclical hoim could.

meeu ( w Pwwhui-gh's CweA '!filed. But the jab of enforce make harder any mmmer doldiuma
reaa, adupted the new Uw:meat would fall lo bishops ifjdMfiuta lo bear.
Tuesday .... Approval ca sie, a"*, he Mid I| Auto praducUM will continue
en a show of hands and without I The law was drawn up by the troBC.. as dealers build up in-
Wrestling with your will power about Bond dollars to good use safeguarding !iConunin" on Membership and ve.uirM. prior to toe wage
The bw read: "The Method;Evangelism It was placed M talks.... w early summer, and
saving la hard the also freedom. '
It's our '
nervee. MI Church u a part of the, the church's discipline (Uw) M to tile model chanfeovers which
unnectxeary. Why not make a note to join the PayrollThere's church universal 'Therefore all I a chapter entitled "Church may come early this time and
persona without regard to race,''Membership." be more nauceabte than a }ttr
an easy, painless way to ave Savings Plan and start saving this payday ----" - ago

for your future called the Payroll Saw ? Or buy Bonds where you bank. ; Argentine Senate Seeks l May Retail as Americas trade is flourishing dock them.ia

inga Plan. eel,'.. out for sprng and ummet .

You just ask your employer to set aside Important loch about To Expel U. S. Official ;But any and big refumitb.pickup their traceable

a Email amount from your pay and put it Series E Savings Bonds more take-home pay from the
Bl'ENOS AIRES. Argentina,Argentina has been adv.rasly federal lax cut has yet to show
toward the purchase of U. S. Savings e You get 3U% Interest at maturity (AP-A resolution K before affected by the annulment oW .(Many relation are reported

Bonds. Savings automatically! You cat get your money when you need It the Argentine Senate requestuig' cut contracts" couMwg on onl> a modest pick

You the Your Itonda replaced tree destrojed the toternmeot K> expel] U.S i up from this source at best
never see money you're saving, e are if lost They expect to beat year-agnfigures
SO misa it. or stolen Ambassador Robert Mediated but chiefly because of
you because of a comment he mad' Blast Wrecks pupulauon changes and other
e You pay no elate or local tax and can defer
Another good thing about saving this about the cancellation of Argen factors under way oefore the
the federal tax until the Bonds cashed '
axe line contracts with U.$. ot ;Steel Plant tax cut
way: help future
you your country's as
Ivy f leads for growth . companies C-uuctiCNI Level

well as your own. Uncle Sam puts your H lendsor tenant Income Tuesday The resolution night by five submitted loading::foreman's Car peak Constriction in March cpeoduig and hell hn level III

lenators from President Artun's II
."'s Peoples Radical CnhUnion ::1 I TAMPA (AP-A steel pu.t,w April Good Meatier in May
ihould keep U high. Ba the new
accused the
,foreman's automobile was dejmoUhed -
.conhdMce that business U
of interfering in Argentina internal '
For America's security and your own buy affain.McClintock. today by an e].ploswnlclaiming! u aniMiwcuui future
as it stood outside his Nortl!,'enpanwon] plan probably uont
Argentina had Sunday.planned He Uleave p ii,I Tampa home. (bit the brick and mortar stage

U. S. SAVINGS BONDS"Operation being replaced by Edwin Martin. ... It was the third Mast damaging ''I I|before But Americans autumn or who later.haves been

former U.s. asctstant secretary cars of aon-atrikiog Florid jencouraaed to expect a red
of state for Uatin-Ameri' Steel Corp. employes in tw Spurt[ m the economy just

Security" May 1 to July 4 I can affairs. IweeU. Perpetrators have no t around the corner RaY have to
The senators were irate OWl been IdemtftBd.I be patiMt And those who ex-
an article Saturday in the newspaper "pest all the problems to be
El Termorio. of PoudM,.I Investigators said explosive a solved
",..". which quoted McCUntock at i!''detonated under Foreman W. T, dlIPPf
f : t saying U.S. investments in Ar,'!E Johnson's car blew its top ovei
gemma would end because o r,,two houses. Jay Wilkinson of
@ the oil contract cancellations. Work has continued at th
J' touchdowns on runs of N. (7
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Russians Keeping I PaceIn Economic Trends_ i ie V'i - W rl I :t (d4t; IiW

I Please PresidentWASHINGTON ({ 4i'ij; RP f 1tI.f1A\ .

Atomic Sub BuildingWASHINGTON (AP)-Presl- cttitribute. their talents to th I i'.. "' ': -
dent Johnson Mid today he i* [blic good

pleased with the direction thenation' Coals Cited I Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation
(AP-The Soviet engmed submarines either Polaris traction through only about another economy Is headed but

Union may be building or attack ships two or three years when is concerned with some other 'These are the goats of this STATION H L Boston .............. 57 48 Memphis ............ M 61
atomic-powered submarines at' building of 41 Polaris and 44 attack aspects of America. Including: ill-and these are the moral Miami .............. M IS Charleston .......... 75 59 Milwaukee .......... 7. 57
a rate of seven to 10 Output Below Plan submarines will have been disease, poverty and civil I dkjectfves," he sakL J.cksonvlHe ........ 71 59 Chicago ............. 83 67 "'plt.-S(. Paul ...... 70 48
a year.i This was below the plannedaverage completed and the last of them rights! i Cincinnati .......... 84 55 New Orlealll ........ M 56
US. sources estimate. of one commissioning put Into ritting- Ut yards for He urged the Advertising Calling the advertising executives Key West ........... 82 n Cleveland ........... 110 55 New York .......... /2 4SLAKELAND
This would appear to about'''pet month. That plan was upset final work Council In a prepared speech to "the great persuaders" ........ 12 a Denver ....,......... 70 47 Omaha .............. 1. eo
match the American production by new and tighter construction The Soviet Union has given no get In the front lines In the waron Johnson asked their help fat Ocala ............... 85 sa Des Moines ......... 77 64 PAitadelphia ........ /2 4S
schedule I['safety requirements establishedafter indication of a termination date poverty. communicate the urgency ofprograms Orlando ............. 033 Detroit .............. 83 63 Pittsburgh .......... 80 53
Available records show that In; the loss of the Threshet a for her atomic submarine pro "There is hardly a community 'llese "Help us t Pensacola ........... 81 111 Fairbanks .......... 45 33 St. Lovis ............ 85 51
the last full year, the United year ago.The gram. in this country where poverty Sarasota ............ 8S 12 Fort Worth ......... 77 6t San Francisco ...... 53 48
States constructed nine nuclear t S. program carries conLADY'S does not have some beachhead persuade the frightened the Tallahassee ......... 82 56 Honolulu ............ 832 Se.ttle .............. 52 3t
As the Soviets have progressedlinto and the hardest battle ikeptkat. and the cynical that Tampa ............. M 61. Indianapolis ......... 82 57 Washington ......... 15 50
tM atomic submarine field. are going to be fought right In the American society Is in the W. Palm Beach .... 12 IS Juneau ..... ......... 56 43 BAROMETER
they appear to have eased off your home town" Johnson said, balance and the future of our Kansas City ........ 71 58 7 a.m.30.12
on some of the supe secrecy He said the war on poverty land at stake" he said Atlanta ... ....... ... 11 S4 Lot Angeles .. ..... 51 41 1 p.m. Tuesday 30.02
which surrounded their effort at 1 makes good sense economically 1l I
the outset of the attempt to, estimating that 11,000 invested Johnson said that as long asBusiness '

catch up or surpass the United in salvaging an unemployable ! labor, and government fff 2 1N Ilea At IfN 1Ae/N 11 .
youth can return $40,000 or operate In an atmosphere !'
[ more In his lifetime. ,
Subs New Seen "
tI mutual trust 1 see no tea. ( Mt 21Js f3DUDT f
From time to time soviet nu A Moral Challenge ion why the expansion should
it Yi I.lear-powered submarine are "But' k'. almost Insulting to not continue"
seen surfaced, whereas before, urge you to enlist in this war i .r t dtat
they probably operated close to, for economic motivations. This More Good Days
home or In arctic waters Immediately is a moral challenge that goe] He said almost every day'
north of the Soviet to the very roots of our civlloa.'
brings good news the
homeland Those reported a. Ion and asks if we are willing
sighted up to now, have beenin to make personal sacrifices for economy and that many people
the eastern Atlantic region, the public good." Johnson said. have been surprised by what
The estimated production ratefor "1 can II' the same thing the free. enterprise System Isdoing.

the Soviets Is not brokendown about the civil rights fegisla-,
'rlr between missile-firing and lotion now before Congress< Only this morning. Johnson
attack submarines Those who say this ts a political I, said Chairman Walter W Met
jler,, of the Council of Economic
The British publication.'Jane's gimmick are doing a grass m-j :I
justice to the basic conviction (Advteers' told him privatetllanN non-
Fighting Ships. In
of residential constructionouOais
society thamen ]
latest edition
that the Soviet
I 1 cannot live unto them.; rote slightly ta April
Union had !|
by the latter half of '
last 26 selves alone; that the right i i The preliminary figaret eat 1 0j"
14K ELGIN VAlUESI! year atomic:-powered I
Isvbmarines In At kind of democracy M bound together -I mated outlays to be M per cent
a. Elegant led/a t1E1t; features ease of ; '''that operation by Ute ties of neighbor I above[ a year ago r..w I
the Untied
itch UK gold. 17 jewels, fashionable S299r 'had linens," Johenon spoke of ""tragic ter
about 39 In commissionThe
ee pafts>Oft band I Surely, he said enlightened I ribte I...." such as cancer at t w I...
b. ItqciKtt 17i.wfl lad(1 ttgta fea .. U4 Navy now has II .11 I b ,' !
believe and
BlflCft&ftWfl I dcru W
that ftl raukipte +ia bwt toM
hires I )iiunou 14K (014 ea e. Decant S3 9 9.a :'lack-type ships and 19 Polaris members of the public shtmMhave *I the advertisers that "Hie mostjSWlljfWWrt r e .a .ace ,,
bracelet band finished M ftofentine and
ships in commissinn. with 13 of IIr .
equal access to palest fl.j 1 MCmftttt red
ps-"ihed loIcI. I the latter fii f Bp "
ro-e + deployed on station In twites. be equally ehgSle fur.dally today la poMic afatfiy"Oklaboma'

-.u'4JR1.l..I ..: 10 au ;.. .. ...Ii the eastern Atlantic Federal benefits financed by the! WIATMtt rOIICAtr*.* ..J valid ..t.flW prevailed; t* wed .<..s erf e* red MieehdpJ

I pubhc and should have an equalthantt I football team had giver. ..itft ....,...>>fii ...*. *..... frm tfce CM ttf H t. .*. C...6.. heeler. M_, Leh
122 L Main; St. laltlana' fh." W-JS04 The great symbol of the Irljquort to vote for public ofhVrials went II Dig Bight Conference of ......... sad seven .....'--t Neck /M MIdvss' n.hMlAP w... .......
Indians was the baldj and to send their cMMrenj tames" hi a row when beaten
Ieagle. to god public schools and w|by Nebraska. $.0. I.... lea"Wcof/icrcast

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The ........fICI weather barest B ,-
r fcracatt dear ta partly thtwdnd D

a mild weather threagli tomorrow .C -
1 afterennn. A dtItIoI; \

Mght. brief tMwtr .hi tie ZONE IORLCAS1I

Sherman... forecast and mod,, A: Clear to pertly dnudy tOo nif

sate humidity was ......... night and Thursday. rm fnndl' rE
tt ctI: sga M temperatures Low*
The high Kmpertare yewer' eat ''IOII taSlght, d

.. .' :"... .. iJ"; 4ajp was I! dates and the km, B. C. Generally fair flare

.' last night was M >grmMX day Law .... arawtd MD .. '.

: Party rtoudy Thursday.
WHY lORLCAtT Low tonight near ME. .

a for' the perM beginning at 7, I. M. I' Gfrtf fair
IL 41 tonight and ending at 1atvrea Tfcuraday lw Ioaiaht la theNwttaMtfwmds H

: 41 ......, ttMpf'f' 1st, H M'i 4 ow..
3tniifa Gan.
per .
wM be Nit normal and

no prec4fNtaHnn of con i' .p 'I 1 braes showers hfrt Uw'iiomfM
is rfcpect d. Normal manuwimis CM.
upper 1I i ii Low knight around ?t.
around H and normal minim
i J Parity dandy 1lpssrtd Partly ctoudy Itwraday.
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Methodist Bishops '!Signs HintEconomy

1 Disagree About Rule Is

1 Leveling Off

PITTSBURGH (AP-A North;l coior natural mists, or eco
1 1t era' htUiop and a Southern blab ,Sumac rondrikm.' shall he eligi By SAM PAwSON
op MId differing InterprHations bit lo grind ta wshtp wrY AP business* News Aaalytf'
today on a new Metiwdtti stet to panicipaie in us I NEW
programs YORK (" -&-...
(Own law aa>mi persona of and to .N admitted two ,
fate art Hicwi to will go on for aeverai IMMI'being
ay worship us membership anywhere ii I
hold membership in say 'the funfirruan"Bmhop better than a year age.
1 hlelhudt.tM I I SmaA was salad lug Ij j 18yt how much .hewer than It laIr

+> . ahup Jehu Owe Tact. of ve hw iMeriMmaiii. !! of H. ....i flOW that's t.1 .
A4kala. C., oat the key word I| lie Mid "AH pupie are eii'gihte ,.1
i s ........" lie Mid! thai' F......W ..... they a d Efrpfcmmn of ft k v littat flit
T roan persona' of anyraea I free M go and ihimid be reign, bawd now on a number of
must nereatarily be admoiad led I don't know tf that make*.thtttga that sell. be ajnatad over
10 any MeiKodiat church N .btndHig on them to be let in",.by led official tutjutra yet to
Bwhop James K. Mathews of Boston, said it .M 'his trrhag that Matter Of CuUom good things we in Mareh
Methodist churches art under a If a prison wld be kept out April and May

"MtSapylakq of faun" to abide of a church the .btthop added Steel Preductiaa' Ut....
by la* intent of the law and U would not be a tauter. of prejudice
Why knock yourself out trying to save money ? laws a*. oMtgated W t"opoII but a matter of ruMom. Heat for production has kwbtd
law tuna
HUNT oVtors w everyone.Appretal 'particularly in the South : '= least.
tthup Moiswwe lad stow
M appeared .
Debate I M .him at U the recpuMibduy duwn seems at sari M aoyita**
( . .when you can get somebody else to do it for you) The church's aeneral cooler"t of pastors to see that''can be M that cvrkcal MM--
tact. hoUwg Ma quadreMiial 1 I the .latest of the new lAw is ful'fiHed try SMotJ' apnac bourn could
u .PMUrburgh's CIVIC'Anou. I But the job 01 enforcement 'aaelr say atmtaMr doldrums
adopted the new law; would till to bishops if.disputes ; harder to bear
Tuesday night Approval came'. arose he MM!. | Auto product will conltiweMrunc

Wrestlingith your will power about Bond dollars to good use safeguarding pn a show. of hands and withoutdbaie The law west drawn up by the, aa dealers build up in-
:{Committee on Membership and I vvMoriea prior to tat wage
saving Is hard on the nerve It's also our freedom. The law reads "The Method.''Evangelism It was placed in, talis due in early wormer, and
unnec ttt Church u a pan of the 1 the church's discipline (law) into, the model cfcaiujaovers which.
sary. Why not make a note to join the Payroll churcfe universal. Therefore allpt.a ia'' chapter emitted "Church,!ma)' come early this tune and

There's an easy, painless way to save Savings Plan and start saving this pay without regard-to "eta- -(Membership- eta- more. noiicaabio than a >' ar10.

for your future called the Payroll Sayda.t Or buy Bonds where bank. Retad
you \ Argentine Senate Seeks trade U flourisanm ia
ings Plan. May as Americana dork thems -

You just ask your employer to set aside Important lads about To Expel U. S. Official men lvas and out rtfunuth for spra tk* ir and homes..unv

a small amount from your pay and put it Series E Savings Bonds But more any take-home big ptckup traceable from to

toward the purchase of U. S. Savings e You get 3*4% interest at maturity EtHOS AIRES. Argentina;Argentina has been ade raaq'I,federal tax cut has pay yet to chow 11\4
Bonds. Savings (AP-A resolution is before >affected by the annulment of I Many retailers are reported
come automatically! e You can get your money a hen )"olll\etd It the Argentine Senate requesting1:tile! oil contracts" counting on only a modest pck.

You never see the money you're saving, e Your ponds are replaced free if lost, destroyed the government to expel II.S.,' up from this source' at best.

SO you hardly miss it. or stolen Ambassador Robert McCUntocki They expect to beat ear-ago
figures but chiefly
Another good thing about e You pay no state or local tax and can defer because of a comment he made'about ';Blast Wrecks changes and other dpopulation
saving the federal tax until the Bonds are cashed the cancellation of Argentine ! factors under May .lafore the
way: you help your country's future as contracts stub US oil1'Steel PlantForeman's 'tax wt.
guy f lends far companies
growth . .
well as your own. Uncle Sam puts your H Bends far current ill The resolution submitted Con&truciioa Level

com.'t Tuesday night by five leading Car I Construction spend tag hit speak
penators from President ArturojIttia's / In March aad hull level

Peoples Radical Civic| TAMPA (AP)_A steel plant! in April. Good matter in May
Union accused the ambassador foreman's! automobile ,should keep it hiab. But the new
of interfering in Argentina's internal confidence that business U pro
America's security and your own buy affairsMcdmtock. today by an explosion IclaiD ll& in anoouacuig futureli '

had planned to as it stood outside his expansion plans probably won't
leave Argentina Sunday. He is Tampa home. hit the brick and mortar stage
U. S. SAVINGS BONDS"Operation being replaced by Edwin Martin It was the third Mast damaging before autumn or later.
But Americans who have been
former U.S. assistant secretary i cars of non-striking Florida
of state for Latin-Ameri encouraged to expect a real
can affairs Steel Corp. employes in two,spurt in the economy: Juct
Security" May 1 to July 4
The senators were irate over,weeks Perpetrators have not around the corner may have to
been identified. I be patient And those who ex-
an article Saturday in the ,
Jpect, all the
paper El Territorw. of newa-I Investigators said explosives problems to be

.",..". which quoted assaying ,'detonated under Foreman W. T.'dwappouMed solved quickly. are likely to be
US. investments in Argentina ,JohllOlcar blew its '
top over I ___
J would end because of:two bouses
the oil contract cancellations: Jay Wilkinson of Duke scored
work has
fw v.I. aeecr.i..nu_lilt Mr I..lAw s..rt. f4 1-- aNt. daJc r4 dM"ci.ty c-wc ad We_""- .tc.Ia.Y......... ow J The L.S. Embassy on Mon steel, plant struck continued last Januan at th touchdowns* ,,land,,, T2 on runs of 64. 67
yards this
day corrected the statement to:by' the United: Steel Workers in:*ere season They
read that the climate for a contract negotiat'ins Igamst1t&UUI.' Clemson
deadlock],Ind U, ke Forest
North American respectively
investment tn.over wages Tom
BrisHam of Wisconsin

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Catholic Club Officers Woman's' t gJL tahlmtrl M. C. LaLonde To Marry Do Few Pounds Keep

To Be Installed Kentucky Miss Saturday
Annie Leigh Sessions Marks

Mrs. Norman Curran will be You From Good Shape?
Installed president of Catholic LOUISVILLE, Ky.-The approaching

Woman's Club tomorrow at marriage of Miss

1:30: p.m. at the installation 30 Years With First Federal Carolyn Agnes Ahlhaus to By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN BREAKFAST

banquet at the Gold Cup Restaurant Michael Charles ...LaLonde son One-half grapefruitOne
Others to be Installedare of Mr and Mrs Brice La There's Just enough time tolose thin dry piece of whole
: those extra pounds before wheat toast. Black coffee
LUCIA MYERS Londe Route X Lakeland
Mrs Clyde Olson, vice president By the beach-pknk.vacation MID MORNING
f1a. has been announced by
Mrs Eugene Redig, season togs around Otass of skimmed milk or
secretary; and Mrt Edward A 30th anniversary tribute to Mrs. Annie Leigh Sessions, president of her parents Mr. and Mrs buttermilk
Frisbee, treasurer. They will First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lakeland has taken the formof George F. Ahlhaus Ten pounds too many can

be instilled by Mrs Otto SkI a large new oil portrait, recently hung in the main office. The couple win exchangevows make the difference between LUNCHEON

kan, installing officer and past Since February 1934 when she organized the company, she has been an at that nice thin reeling and a One poached egg
Saturday Holy Spirit of whole
One thin
president officer rising to the presidency In 1957. The portrait, painted by Murray L. roll over the girdle between wheat toast dry piece
Mrs Warren Baker, retieIng Gokfcborough, Lakeland artist, was commissioned by the directors a smooth thigh and a lumpyone One-half broccoli
and between a flat abdomen cup
attended St. ,
president will be toast On her schedule for .the busy anniversary_year are the opening of a_second Miss Ahlhaus and one which protrudes One glass skimmed milk
mistress( at the dinner which branch office at the Sears- Leo College, St Leo Fla. DINNER

will follow the social hour town Shopping Center on East of soft-toned Mae. her favorite which is atm one of her The prospective bridegroomis It seems to me that there Two crisp raw carrots

Guest will be the Rev. William Memorial Boulevard hi June color, which appears also in themes on the 30th anniversary a graduate of Kathleen Senior are four classes of over Baked fish (medium portion
OFarrefl, pastor. in her blouse hi the portrait.Her : "Every family should
and a trip to Washington High School and St. Leo weights There are those who )
Program chairman Mn. May to attend a meeting of heavy executive duties have a budget and a definite are definitely overweight and One-hai[ cup green peas
Robert Marorek Will Introduce Federal home loan bank representatives have not crowded out her savings plan." College. He Is stationed in do DM plan to do anything Shredded lettuce salad
the Twiltghters from attention to the details which * Philadelphia with the U. S. about It. There are those who lemon dressing

Santa Fe High School who Blue Favorite Color create a friendly atmosphere Editor /$ 96 MISS CAROLYN AHLHAUS Navy. are overweight and plan to Fresh fruit cup

will entertain On a busy morning a few One of her aims, she said, lose but never really try and If you have missed some of

Dinner arrangements are days ago Mrs Sessions took has been to enable personsto John R Reed former Pennsylvania News Of Our Youngest there are those who fight the earlier menus you may
being made by Mrs Harry time to answer questions about feel that "this is their editor who has made overweight constantly obtain the complete diet In a
Bentz, Mrs Mazurek Mrs the portrait and to lead the business home his home hi Lakeland since Which Type Are You? pocket-size booklet by sending .
Olson and Mrs Redig way on a tour of the new addition For example she recently ISM. recently attained his 96th LAKELAND GENERAL Mr and Mrs James A. Those hi the latter group 10 cents and a stamped
to the main office on added a new homelike touch birthday, HOSPITAL Wimberly, 1634 Davis Ave., diet whenever they are five self-addressed envelope with

Lake East Orange and Tennessee. near the West entrance to the Now In a nursing home Mr. and Mrs. Gettis J. Ca- daughter May 2. to 10 pounds overweight They your request for K to Josephine
Mrs. In the board room where she main office a table where here he was surprised when son, 1222 GaHoway Road Mr. and Mrs. Wfflard E. lose but gain It back again. Lowman In care of The

planned the decorations, she persons who come to do business the nurses brought In a cake daughter May 1. Pryor 814 N. Texas Ave., This is not a good policy, but Ledger
To Be for a cup of daughter May 1 I suppose K Is better than Tomorrow: "Steak and Potatoes
pointed out the long table may pause which they had made for him, Mr, and Mrs Larry H.
Mr. and Mrs Thomas F. Are Even Included la
made from a single walnut coffee with one bright candle His Poor b IDg II. 142 Lafayette allowing the five to It poundsto
Rebekahs Harmon Route 3, daughter, IS. This Tasty Diet"i
Into II or
By tree to bring out the beautyof Through the yean she has surprise grew when his son, Lane, daughter May 1. turn 4
the matching grain Her emphasized in speeches andromersat Earle Reed of Dunedin May J.Mr. Then there are those .horem.ift
Dr. and Mrs Albert t. Arnold W.
district and Mrs Spencer habitually about eight
Mrs John lake
she chose upholstered chairs n' some advice brought a second: cake
SM Louise Drive eon,
deputy president of District II, For Mr Reed Davis Sit W. Patterson, or I* pounds overweight This
many years
Rebekah Assembly of Florida, was assistant editor of TheEjgl May 1. daughter, May X Is the most frustrating of all
will be honored to SutmHandRebrkah Mr. and Mrs Monroe D. Mr. and Mrs Charles E. because a truly lovely figure
*!. a
Lodge tf tomorrowat aiewi.fa a e4vWer Pa newspaper After he came to Bracewefl 1Mr Highland City son, With Jr, Mulberry son, May near and yet so far fromperfectioft
May !
S pm at Country dub Lakc'and. he continued towr. J.
and Mrs John A. Sriv-
CJlf View * In case yon missed the pre.ceding
community building. :e editorials until recent ely Winter Haven, son, May Mr. and Mrs John T. Bar- columns I am bringing

Street Invitations haw been med: his home on Mastssirpi I. low, J7W Hempstead Drive, you my IDay ReducingDiet
Mr and Mrs Michel P. the of a daughter tine week. You can lose
to the district lodges in WA. He was the eldest member Plant City, daughter, are parents M hi
Brogan, Rita Lorraine. born from five ta pounds
ter Haven, Bartow Dade Ctjl of a Urge famOy of bracersand
IMr Here the
May April 24 at South Florida Baptist nine days art
and Lakeland r i-tfers Only be and they.wgctt and Mrs Robert A.HtHttrd. Hospital In Plant CHy _menus for. weetw. day Nothing You Can Buy
cJ ..
Pink and green lodge sister survive
Mlft Meridian Ave
ore win be used in de..srat cr.r the birthday broughtthe daughter, May I. Cleans Denture,DestroysOdor

log,. Refreshments wUl; be fpeltlOll from at'qIIa" Mr. and Mrs Gary E. Wi- Better Than DJLC.
served by Mn Ethel Brown, p anct>- How did be do ft?" limn Plant City son May 1 Haven OrganizationsElect

Mrs Uatrice Cot and Mrs, I.M; tpdaughter Mrs E*arsf Mr. and Mrs Bruce F. Far Ask s.eslusuis your denlUtt* DOC If uedwy* **,.

,Thelma Mlin. Jahnic, seewered "By Tar I1M Omdyear Ave* M d..lewr"'-- uMm
prctf; and by totting each daocbter May 2. New OfficersWINTER tn a.ei..t'4.arrn i"6MnaePMw

'. M dzy as K comes without and Mrs Lynn Fmlist' ewmNg lend falkln. .....
. .. Mr.
... f ..
ii w int. twxb rmr far***. t I)DOC M o
<.it 'I.1 WaucM/s dagMer,
1Jfi .
and Batch -'or N .M..eing fw..w lM
\ r Mi, 2. HAVEN-Brib secretory; Pave a kiting traltmr, ........ (It Pt.Mbd.t .
Anna Miller Elonemary School Parent- trHMlf'ff'' pd mot .s1 rlNoeu.
Teacher Asoctott members' PARA-MtDICAL CUT ... ,s. hue a Mdwiw Nov....
Phi i Mu AlumnaeTo
have elected James Connor toerveaspresident eew.ede. Ii"' ..... ,we ems lnr'Has.
I MNwn ""'ums.1w.he1.ctAp
About /ns0New// newoffices Petrirf41 hH bees elected to DD C.Two wets......,.tuf
List Chairmen art we president. serve as president Of tnt Para I
: Our Officer At Meet the Rev James N Brne... Medical cM at WMer HaveaScnuoL
secretory, Mrs Gewra* Pants high. Oilier officers
i SptclalMotNfl New officers of Anna Miller E'CKERD
Jr treasaner. Cecil FwfctWWOOD will, bt .
CxU IJil wIN preside It takelend Phi MtI Mean : AnliefM HotttMer, vice
will meet tomorrow at T II JUNIOR HIGH tom: Csthia May MO .
. -
Ibtr: first business s... hin (. Richard
00\1 pm. at the cfcoMtr ronm.FVirtda litany; and Gloria 0IIeta.II. .
msrrsw at I p m M the ..' Southern Catea Ac "Word will. serve as "" .......... j jI jI

Con .... ..... lla :ul lit1 room the at the two .* will be duel of "etwid Jwttnr. H.MA "I
.................: Mrs Wiem J. BWotxLprmdrat. NNMed tsr r..trt+.hsesls elsr Otfcer ofNwrs ..'.. I

.554e5- the lag gear etw/y brawl. Mrs M H DmaVny..we I
aMouape Summer plans win lit male pru4..M. Mrs T O Andrews
t4, ti n. .... \ mew commutes I by ..... they"" a.o wIN and Mrs I* ydH*..i...... *a For Blot IIes

SwNple Shcpag (.ales AMSir. HIGH ftrtttOM-fwnrsft by Murray L Cydde.1.wwngis Mrs lawrewe Lkwst, pra- MS*** tte fomwum. sAwer: .*.*...... end IWW'ft Rae

I h.sss ......... which, WM rwMMMtotwd by the First ttdml Saw ream od yratWA, Mrs. Mrs. Mirgawhs. On. pros'Idem4 l.-.r.. .
...... I lea' and UM A4 t.... dwvctort. (Ledger ph J. Matcmarf . *. ..*.
Lute Met my end Mf'LIt tn s'rer. Mrs. Lang
Mrs. Van DornPresident H Thomas. ANA Mfr" Mrs R OaW fwea. Man Read has been efewdpwsid
Mrs CMtVs lerrHI and Mrs .ma. advMMr. Mrs. V>raMkt. .nt of the PUanrsJBardesj way to express
rnoUUllllL Of lywst, ...,IUIIt,. Mrs.Oiarirs . iMwtty .......,; Mrs. Cmb Other new uffM'orsincfctde '
Dntirry and M... C W PMMtm a.d Miss Mrs. Ry tiara and

Vela ClevelandMrs Itfltottt Jacobs. nwnammen; Lomei. WAlaen, If_nU1UR"' Mr. Robert Da..... van friendship, love and
Mrs, N fc Bradfamy and ". and Mrs W. C. KM* pWfevps nia Mrs. wwmw Ww1.

$PQciaLRobes Charles M VM Dora Mrs. Irish n alM, f Ma<.; rant ad Mrs. J. R. AHea, Cwrbeaa and Mrs, Alden Ry

Kai bins Installed provided Mrs ttlMM .......... let*. Pashm.slc. Oft a cr urtes. and Mrs A. F. appreciation

phone Mrs L, R, Edwards, sjnaabwf *r. tfoaonforIKt .
oft4. Cleveland Unit w.s. iusthta : and Mrs. J. 0. affirm wM be toweled all round
lr>(aa Service Guild at West Jacquelyn JonesIs at a Wnrboon. meeting at take year

MnkodM Chuirb, Other <*. Apnninn d offS tes for the Honoree At R.... Yacht atw Oiasiryclub.

tints are: l".4. rM >ftr are Mrs. o..twt bits mode It with

Mrs Rebecca Nan.**, vie. Clyde Miff due and Mrs. Surprise Shower wish. tw.b Hawatre and dofdr I tllpf" . .

Robe & Gown Sets pmideai. Mrs. Pi... ..... a.1'451. Kinesia" p HwmenuriP4o > want awed to by tin members Iwiteun wit sad be 1 CUIR DE CHASSE
Mils Jo htus'
J6guly< *
and reoaedwg uIv.6ay Mae .s for the new year' ",oil tae mnat owajmal
CMo -
elect .! rtMfd J (
Grace Pope Uvaawer; Mr. be .uthm.d wrh. tilt buy$ abe and IMO
-by- boHota, was haunted ai a pratwsNUCOME
...." Wwborno, secretary .fpronuMwa. vaiod spew by tw moon.bonanst WAGON'
wasp aw**** aswMwor rwotfy by
and Mae Mrs Brodtwny WINTER HAVEN: MrsCltfUM .
; ranmtGMMiuiMt Mrs A,*ry Harper and Mrs
Saybury Barbizon Schrank P.Pa. cnundmawr .anaMM glees fur a busts Due at IN'ahome. L EttMiM ha boaaoiortod

cKMfW4m see: card SMty 10 bo Md by D MT E, V.ttr.a Si Mal of the Wee
sad lifts J A Aku4riMttMl
wags l7ai
Mae hush Swans, ipiriwatW. .. .U.. bt It* f.***MiKaw A pat and tiled aa eiioatd.Mg. clear. OAor cMlMra Wdaame m: Mf.. H V.TeubiA .
.; Mr* N. f ...... mte.Ikwary and lot*ana to be bike Me M. sad Mrs J. D Laid.
Pmk ... whits susieaid
10% OFFTHURS. Sdicatrm .... MMM; May II at tin HoMoy Ins Ciaotor Mbos dltiaawd w. Bfwtcenu: Mrs. Sown 219 e. Ie/nen.l.leloed

Mrs. J. f. ONeitl. taoratM the raaoM.Tbaw BryM. MCftury. ad ...... L-

and pubhrauoa Mess J...... UCW Meet Is pasty -*o ........ tin A. TtMMMM. A
hands, supply; and Mesa EJM .
., FRI., SATURDAYRACY'S party taro the haaja... bornwNhor.
Haunhiun. batrmaaj of Set Tomorrow fool.... C. M Jams INTER HAV'EN-f w afft.tin .

isasi.itrtaaMrs nor wove, BBMSOS Cjoorajiaaa4 of wMM.f Haws chapter

Alhwaud Nw1 ui. pact Uanod Cawrcb Uomoa olLakoiaod I...*; and Mrs Fuse )4N' at Amos'
MIIM tilt oinkeels. .
1 precideai. will moot tomorrow Jorry Rat.... Uf... EdteNu. Ira aw AN McCoity. prosi-
Mrs NirtMM part) What Summer-
Wtlb. B- Purist doa< Uada Mohair vaee a lovely
preserved Mrs M.HMt at I pas M tilt rbapol oft MKC m :
a fBOMbeniMp pew lor kr *. Fret MtHkodtti Church, sad Stirs Jay PKW. _. May ,... ...

209 t MAIN cervices as preliti.s l during Mrs I'Apr! dbaoM. P""i- with cool fragrances by
the ....., baa anauuaood.
part year
The Rv J. Dost BUie.Souinoact .
Ii field dvector of Please Call For Your Photos Dorothy Gray

CROP. well dtccuts pleas for

and saver u>aas n-pnl-
tag the Untied CtataMg Appeal Engagement and wedding pictures published in

for tan area The ctatawg the LEDGER should be called for within 10 days

dine will cutlet rtortuac.btankou. .
and apparel for the after pubUcaUoo.

meaty area* of the rld.RoproiMnuuvos .
of all member The LEDGER cannot be responsible for pictures

churches are etpocwd 10auetld uncalled for after the tOday period.K&1n .

QUHJlfluoL -
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'i v White Mesh you pretty

q Block Mesh wUeyoawait. //ti


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LAKELAND LEDGER Uedoesday, May C. 1X4 I
_ _
1- Hot Weather Cologne $1 00
"From o child thou host known the Holy Scriptures

which ore able to mole thee wise unto salvation

through faith which is in Christ Jesus ." CoolTouchCologne$129Aerosol
U Timothy 3:15
Cologne *1S

White or MM IrFM ... Nova Dusting R>wderSl $212
i .I"..... %
Block Potent
OTHER TIMELY SUGGESTIONS . ,- TMi lip, Mei4ee'- 4e Choose favorite
$10.99 your fragrance in all m lovely forms

-for after bath for a fragrance break to turroand
Mojud Hosiery
CwB .*. Uec.... .!
Handbags .. yourself with \\1uie Lilac. lune Bouquet and array
Oa/y las'lookii j.,...slw.U.1. other busy tcenu.
House Slippers
30-Osy q. PIJhI'RUBY'S '

Corse's foolery FN8LAY.A.WAY APPLICATIONS rot 1966.6; SCHOOL rut


0 ta UahJ f ,.... M... Gnd.
124 E, MAIN DOWNTOWN LAKELAND Kisdo.t. Tktoosh 9th
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1111 Forest Pork St. Phone 683-4013



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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. May 1.1M4'AT 11


J 1m Parent-Teacher Groups. To Elect And Install OfficersLakeland a

High School Par demonstration agent at Bar bin. Mrs. P. C. Vey and Mrs. Mrs. Miflard Betlflower Harrison and Eric Berg area
ent-Teacher Association will tow will present awards and Jim D.nlel.'Ice presidents; Will serve refreshments.SOUTHWEST music directors. The students
hold KJ last meeting of the ribbons for the 4-H Girls Mrs. Jack Harrell. secretary and Glee Club will partici
II year tonight at 7:30 o'clock Achievement Day. Alice Dahl- Mrs. B. R. Llndsey treasurer ELEMENTARY pate. '
In the school band room. quirt win explain the 4-H pro ; and Mrs. David Parthi. Southwest Elementary _
Mrs. Alton R. Thompson, gram. kindergarten treasurer.R. School Parent-Teacher Association -
Chairman of the nominating Election and installation of L. Given, principal whO will meet at S p.m. in
committee will present the officers win tate place with speak on "Let's Take Inven the activities! room to elect
I following date of officers: Mrs. Harold Gnrzard. vice tory." A film wfll be shownIn and Install officers.

Mrs. A. T Edwards Jr., president president of the County Council the library for the_children The annual May Festival
I Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. of Parents and Teachers, win follow at S:30 l p.m. on the
Burton Myers Jr.. Mrs. RUleD as Installing officer She at*> Tomato Plant Tip school grounds. The pageant,
Davis, Mrs. C. J. English will speak on "Renewing Our 'Under the Greenwood Tree.;'
I and Mrs. August Herman, Strength as Parents and You can improve your chine was written by Mrs. Margaret V FAT
vice president.; Mrs. David Teachers." es for healthy home-grown garden Reinikmg and produced by
I Thomas, recording secretary; the faculty and Mrs. Judith
Work of the Boy and Girls tomatoes by selecting tomato P CATS&COOL
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Mrs. W. O. Carver corresponding --j
m Scouts In the community and
syr secretary; Mrs. Allen the extra-currichiir activities plants In individual clay CATS

I T. Cole. treasurer; Mrs. of the groups within the pots. Phillips Fabrics
O. Fenton Wells, parliamen school will be exhibited. They should be about a foot LCVE... A
I tarian; and Mrs. Charles C. high and well set with blossoms IOU I. r......
Cook. historian. UME STREET Phase MU 11211SARAN
Mrs. Sam Spencer will Install ready for gently tapping1 the
Mrs. Irma English will m- ,
I the officers. sod ban out of pots and setting '
sun the following officers of Ill Week's Special
CENTRAL AVENUE Lime Street School Parent- hi your garden without damaging lev O.t'

I the last meeting of the Teacher Association at the roots. WEBBING12W

I school year wHl be held by last meeting of the year tomorrow It's best to set out tomatoes
I Central Avenue Parent-Teach at 7JO at the school m I damp, cloudy: day ...
I UPSWEPT er Association tomorrow at tafetorhim: If you must plant on a sunny .f M .* 4. tt>. .In.
hair To LOOK FOR (EVENING . oiled by the use of a versatile. 7:JO pm. at the school Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Thornberry. day provide each plant whh tat t*w r deluxe & de-liclous !
pi.ce. set Follow
: diagram carefully, using small rollers for the bongs I Mary Padgett, assistant! home president: Mrs. Leonard Ra- shade for 24 hours.
I end large ones for the top ond bock. Pin curls turned up end owoy from the I I -I
foci ore placed ot the sides. To comb: Brush vigorously Divide front and bock I

I .sections. Sweep" bock section high up to the crown, securing into ploce with
bobby pins. Moke three flat pin curls ot crown. Ploce swirled hair piece over
pin curls. Secure with long hair pins. Brush bongs Into ploce. Sharply ongle I
I your port end brush left side down
over the ear ond curve up and owoy from
ace. The ends ore turned under ond secured with pins. The some is repeated I
I on right side, moking sure it covers the port os it swirls down ond bock. This

effect will odd o look of enchantment to your eyes HINT An obundonce of I ,.
I brushing is a must to keep hair lustrous ond smooth f 4


Eli ----------------I s t. Ii

I Springtime/ Tour Time i

For Pupils At Happy Days J .t Y f'i ti is ,> /'AJ

r rJ ..
H."py Days pupil plea to Gardens After this tour they Uw boys and girts On the -
, Stilt Busch Gardens la Tampa plan to go through Tampa IMsum Bread t rIIpa.

fr cIa". Plans are made Fairyland.Springtime. Ihe pupils ttbarrved bread
, Inmore than M cHilive.tong la edutaHimal making from the grains fat /
tour lime at Happy Days the fH-hd products. At the
with teachers and
some Stbool. During the past few unlearn Cake DI\-"..... the
parent to make the Tampa weeks several places of ... chMren eoed seeing" the

-trip-where_- -they- will-_: _vies_the__ leant__have--0 toe_ _visited._by. last, pasture being made at !
the Dtkfctand ptantWMe

Programs Are DedicatedTo vtaWng MINM Park
M 4.......* Lakeland, the
cttUrea. saw Uw a rtrrrta,
National Music Week ......... birds ad the new I
.. t tf
f MMUM The firemen demonwrated ,

the Kathleen Junior H *tSchool -Wou k." by Albae ...... a the equipmentprocedures and \ i A I? 1\ -
Hbrary staff wrier Ute former friend of Madame R* to the dIiW'"l r. .
dmclM U Mrs. James D. Me "to* they vM.d the

NMwMs la penie4paHAg M! acwmpanmd by fire suit Lakeland.. Bob's i
the observance of National Mrs. Retiree N, ...Ippfr. k.. Paws Stop proved Memttng :
Mask Week" by deraraUng the wad of |*rof. WMum Spree W the boys and girls as they I H f sry.i ,
library watts and bulletin .. previously announced Pr* wed the old OMMwe: armor I A eLci. ?
boards wish cutout of nwiOfVwks (mar Sptwy to HI and many other Hems
ul tMtnItMf iK. Virile cm North Kentucky Av* I CI.
and hwratare on muwe The Lakeland Junior high MW In Lakeland they visited I B
SctMnl vocal ensemble dir rted fjd'. w $
Stamp and
are alto displayedMOStAN1 Simp saw I
ad ecconMMftird .by Mrs. many stamp CWtfc't1etl. and I
CUB TNt Burr w* compile thepreirer eM ....... :

The program to be pree ie4 On the tour uf the Park .
at the Woman's Oub..*- Trimmed Public Library, the r
ran tomorrow marling the Missionary first end second grade pupalStet '' i+ t. 1vw A 1 b >*!
Mwic "M observance .HH given apphcaitena fur $ '
lit presented by Mme. AMt Chain Slates/ tier yea bbrary cards. Since .s
Rowtte teacher cI vetoe at then the pupds are acoanv'
I tend Southern CeUrge wino gourd by their readier to die 1
will sing arias_from. the opera Board Meeting Mbrary each week to cheek j
nut ........ During Bonk Week.I
Polk HD CouncilTo 1 f Mr lay N Butch, cychairman Happy Days pupOs saw the ,4/5n
fur lbs ttunfeoi w...... dv..lays M lb..r wit
Mark Golden Chace MtttfttMry AMVbltM. W Honda, Southern Catkge. /1[ .Our Best to Mother
KM aannunpad the hAt Other trips are piawted for ; .
Anniversary uf the gaaaral board ..MUi>is tidy Happy Days buys ands ;
well be held Wiwerruw .... g... by Mrs Ruin Kippers,
ui. at Si 0....'. Fpeaup.l duet u. before DM end of
BARTOW Potk County
Hue Demonstration- CouurUdl ClMmh ai It 0.... the school )tar. 1ftdu611\the :
cekbrate the GoUe Anniversary The meeong wit open with anusl traM tnp to Kiauavmae. !
Service devotiuM by Mrs. li My E. and a trip to the Lake '
of Extension
to Florida on Thursday. Baroatt Mrs. Howard DuBoie land Tannery The school year j' Summer's soft touch...comptebly'
aid Mnbooth "I report M elates on June S. Camp Timber
May f, at the Agricultural
the state meaiiai at Lake Top for which appheatMM : with the '
( foilwons
Center Highway IT Saudi. f.rmmn pretty
Placidc and wU present the are std being accepted ,
The Council is bananftg M it was given at the is the of
County Cotnmiuwom and state as meeting Happy Days summer School seauon look she loves in fluid 5ifhouettesn + 1

the Seaoul Board of PolkCouMy
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_nh a luncheon at ond carefree fabric, plat the careful ,s
MM ia the Home DrmonuraIHM -
Au under the direction <4
Mrs S B. Kendrick. Puck BUSINESS COLLEGE IN FLORIDA $ tpech from Metty Don.
luuaty dishing ""
,.ill be hM with the women
modeling clothing that the> I

have made during the seat A. f........4.. pant . -4a aeno d.."
lour-H dna! revue winners I isle. lit cu ca__ ch.ilon. T.S4MMD e
will also be feature I ID the fer"ekci ..-.. .. c.rol. p.Mo..
"huw.Mrs.. ..... H to 44 orb 14'r to }4Y,. H." e
Dwight CuutAger. sac'
old vice president of the .. OT HUM . corttiM cotton ctuHonM ts
Council will present sUt 1 lI t O hondume monoton print thot o Ii
Fifty Years of GoldaaAduevement. i *' HMnd* the Summer in town Or vocotioro
.** with Mrs E ,. .' S with tot*. TtMiwtti) lor crow tmWonce.
R. Weihing of Lakeland. oar Navy. his,*. 14 to 20 and I4H to24V .
raung. A display of articles 11.91
wed in the borne M years '
ago will be displayed in the I C Tto MhcM4 fcirtw .
areas by members cre..f Oocnn polyMlrr

Mrs Alvah Phdiips. Lake- Lakeland Business Institute Inc. / ttah quet vane M ytUow. bkwf tOM,
"Und. Council music: chatrmaa. I2to 22 Vk. 221

will be in charge ot I..Wiatoe4 127
music fur the rent 0. D.YN..dw ckittan u. fro eoml.e4 .
Now for Classes Starting June IS 1964
Officers or the Polk County Register taboo, TetAt dJ> tot creole retiatonci,

Home DemonstrtUoo Coun- S Ia..".... Sac..1 .oiy cot.. eowi. e r* 10 to I8. 1195 .
cU are Mrs. Willis McClain. e 'e4tcal 6 t.t.I Sac..1 S g
Bartow Harry __ A4-.t.. Mi
president; Mrs. 1 t I. .
SwMMCf awril. LQoieJUly ie.nwnria
. ....
Oicon and Mrs. Dwight Acvnlw .
_. with pretty troop nrc and lace-ic.4 Jbodice.
Cuuuigsr. LakaUnd.! vice 5 ISM A"I I < AMMMMSISM i
e K., Push fr Once Mach_ Smooth noi Presidents Mrs. R. C. Hutch- St.*.,'.,l>. 0>*ss. S_<.'rtTrM ... Sit........ paty\oer and A.nUt rayon. Aqua
uuon.i Lake! Wa.... secretary.Mrs. . ...*..* M..".l & f ItclncNOCIAMS i O i 22 !
John Yost. Bartow. iw peki turn 14'j to j. |9fl r 1 1I
treasurer; and Mrs. B. N. far ACHIEVEMENT IN IUDINCTAYIOI
Kirkland Lakeland county NANCY PEKSONAUTT COURSETannUal
.I Tralnlaa far haawdl.fe Implaynnal

Portable Planters : ,' OPEN MONDAYond
p I
Gardeners with growing houseplant LAKELAND BUSINESS v ss s y

collections will appreciate INSTITUTE, INC C"2
gifts of redwood or other planters FRIDAY NITES c'mf': Lhry.
will rollers or casters. 2 v y r
Place a number of spring' 401 W. ,Helt.... otoMCi'r' tl 3 goon ef.iha.. l

flowering plants plunged in clay .. Lake Wir. aaVia.MtYT '
puts in each planter to make t n u + r .
the gift i ZI fee Moue . Lol.,8'ICIe ....
complete.Planters L.h.l..d IC.9IS SOT I As
on wheels ran be
. easily moved by elderly person FREE GIFT WRA PING FOR MOTHER'S DAY
... .
i"> accommodate plant prefer w awn .4+e to p. .b..w.
tnt 's i.jr suit or shade

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U LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, May 1, 1114

!If' Davenport Folk Have Visitors And Go Visitim

n DAVENPORT-Roger Judy, J. R. Lassiter of Lnray Va. Petersburg were guest last ard Gin were hosts and hostesset. and their house guest his sH
torpedoman'i mate first class, Mrs. Jane Valentine and Out-of-town Mrt Emma
week of Mrs. Martin's par guest was ter Grow havi
USN Bethel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. haul Whitney of St. sole Mr. and Mn. Herbert Mrs. David Queen of Lakeland left for their summer home!
Judy to serving aboard Petersburg were recent guecU Weir Mr. Irby'f slater. In South Dakota.
rt'df I Itr the submarine USS Sabalo. at Cray Inn. Mrt. Whitney to
operating out of Pearl Harbor director of the St Petersburg Mr. and Mn. Milton Irby Mrs H. M. Mobley and William K e m m t t, wh
'fL Hawaii. During dairy Deanery of the were guests of honor at a Mrs. H. L Herring of Plant spends the whiter months a
erations the submarine strives op Church Women. Episcopal barbecue held at Lake Play City mother and sister of his home here hat left foij
to better the antisubmarine Park here on the occasion of Mrs. C E. Williams, were his home hi Marion Ind.
warfare force of the Navy.He Guests their 11th wedding anniversary weekend guests of Mr. andMn. Mr and Mrs George Newton -
reported to Pearl Harbor Mrs. Alton Martin and sons, Mr and Mn. Bethel Williams.Mr celebrated their 45th wed-
from the New London U.S. Tommie and John, of St Judy and Mr and Mn How and Mrs Frank Pandas! din._U nntvmiirv MI Anrit II
Naval Submarine School at
Groton, Conn. A graduate of I
Haines City High School he
entered the Navy in June,

F 1 1J58.Marine Pfc. Richard O. CONTINUING OUR 19thJUMBO

Bragg, ton of Mr. and Mr*.
George H. Bragg, participated
hi sea assault exercise caned
"Quick Kick V." with Battery .
W Third Battalion, 6 6 '
Tenth Regiment, Second Marine .
Division on the shores of
Onalow Beach, Camp Lejeune


L W. Jones has been named
district manager for the Armour '
r Agricultural Chemical
Company here. Mr. Jones formerly dHE
held sales positions for xati nIEhr
I-L the company here and in
---- --- Jacksonville fa his new position
- he to responsible for a [[ T GjETSoRMpT
tales territory including Sooth
ALL SMILES are these ladies a. hey give and receive a check for $900 Mn. R. Harold Central and Southwest Flori
Grizzard, at left a vice president of the Polk County Scholarship and Loan Fund, Inc, rereive cia A graduate of the Unhrer EP
I the check from Mn M. B. Mott Jr., right treasurer of Lakeland PanheHenic Assodatkm airy of Florida, he Joined the
a' Mrs Douglas Hall retiring president of PanheMenic, smiles her approval. Panhellenic company IS yean ago hi Bar-
donated the turn to artist Polk students hi furthering their education. The fund, however It tow
earmarked for girls only. Information on objectives and policies 0( the fund may be had from Mrt. Louise Hines, resident
Rex Gay president. MU 1-5121, or by writing P. O. Box 115. of Gray Inn and recently discharged
from the Inn'i ..... BATHTOWELS
ftrmary, had as recent guests
I Mr. and Mn. E R. Tompkins
Haven Social News of Hartford, O nft.. and Mn. :

WINTER HAVEN Mr Allis are having a two-week Mn. John WMtam Holt to Newcomers Club ? : lj

and Mn. Pertno Dealing ofCovtagton visit from Mr. and Mn. entertaining her taupe, Mn '
Ga,. and Mr. and Ohio.0Iar1H hoover of Akron Jane Hennas of New York Will Nominate, Ij '( ;If' -'"

Mn Brooks Penningtan of << .
Madison Ga. are vI.ting Mr. Oty.Mist Carolyn Reamon to Elect Officers tit v"d IJ

and Mn John Botand The Pilot Heads, veering for two weeks wMiiT ,0.99 MReg ..' .
Newcomers CM of Lakeland ... .
three couplet took a trip to :: hi
t ves Myrtle Beach, S C
meet Friday at
Nassau and Miami Chairmen To Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tamer p m, at the Woman's ash at 1.98
Mn. Carman Thomas and art leaving to spend the turn* which time the nominatingcmimKEee
family have Wring them her Make met months At their home OA wffl report and offt-
mother Mn. C. P Kim* ReportsYear's Lake learns, Ontario, Ca"des. Lees will be elected
of NaxhvcHe. Ten. The couple' wffl return to Winter > Bridge and tiaras *ffl WMn -
reports from officers Haven M the fafl. low the hoe... aesadn. LADIES
Mr. and Mn. Lex Black and Htairme' wffl be given at Ifnokoe Aide.. A. C Patterson Itcfcatrmaa COTTON
have arrived/ tram GtarfcuieviMe *- the Pilot Deb of Lakeland of houpMaMiet, at
Va., to spend a week meeting tomorrow at I.M Mill Lyna Harris of Lake sired by Mrs. C W, Keefef, 4 GORE
'. p m at the Cadet RestaurantMn Alfred to serving at a hoooUMy *- Mn harry E Peck, "'n. 2
with Mrs. 1MIc.# titter. MM SHADOW $3
S service: aide at the J. D. Nelson and Mn FOR
Roy Bed president, Chartet
Maude pant.Mr. Works
wW call for reports' : from the Fair In New York Etit IOII.Taking. PANEL
and Mn WUfcam C. Sprang Convention held ta .tihe Hams to a aivdent S L I P S

___ .__..u the Fort Lau mtale. Attendiitg CalnetviHe Ufrfverwty, of flonda. The Plunge SIZES 32.44
eonventioa and
t oa the various reporting Mr, and "'n. Pad A, Smith*
Tomorrow'slMenu workshops are: of Winter Have Your boons plants wrap is
M,.,. Howard Rudy, safety; were boa* Rap
sod Sunday at a strength and beauty *phjng d"
Mrs, VtrgMU Point, roordiMtMg party
observance their 'till .... outdoor this Mfnmer to
Idea \i moans Mn, w up
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i Scott pubhrtty. Or., Jvhana dung .ftOtft lry. The tatftt'hat their r M M gtrd>...,a.t LADIES'
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Dew Ban vice. communHy ser Mine, Winter haves; C B.,. poTt (sitar.std .
-Cinnamon Almond teat the recent rummage sale. Ins Myrrt Jr, labeled; a I ron of day pats a aaurr
CIVMONALMOND' ikat was given I to increase the Mn Jams Ryder. Maaamoa,, proper drainage and air euppt!) DRESSES
LOU fund for the dental health. Ohio raves" great'grandfM- for plant roots
I quart chUW m<'Hi for undrrprtvargfd C program H- di,.. end cant great..greatgranoVMd You ran pKi\te day pas In $ u oo
Ill cvp suer1145groe dos will be reported oa by awl of window taM. toes
almond tatted M at Likes Maws
I leatpooai vamUa Plant for the MMaHai.M ofoftwen Ptliict 5-13
2 pants vaMHa Ire cream at the May 21 program M c.s 10-20
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trans and H pwt ke cream, nuunce4 by Mrs R yP.GUd- Half SItes 14".Z"\'

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aid of the New York City Puct .

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actually hoot his victim t:. o'clock and all day Su..
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.. Are You Hep To Celery? II 'S IN ;lboats' Made To Eat i

The crunchiest vegetable of'taMes as usual, then add the 2 tablespoon! minced meet cucumber
(them all, celery, is one present celery along with butter and reheat pickle Homemakers are discovering! Blend 1 Jar ( % ounces)
day cooks would find K hard to, briefly. j 1 teaspoon lemon Juice baby foods as a quick strained or Junior chicken 'into
live without It does so much Celery also is delicious cooked. 1 teaspoon minced onion treat In menu yolks; season with mustard,
.to enliven dishes. along with carrots and served VJ teaspoon generous) salt ery age. At a salt, pepper: mix wen.
Ever since! 1S74, when It these perky 'satlboats' Fill hard-cooked egg whites
was warm or cold in a
garlic to oil let stand 1
; the scene from cake anetl with mixture.Set .
int yolk
commercially grown In Yon might like to try the warmversion hour; discard garlic. Add vinegar ,
Michigan, has been Its cream: triangular cracker Into
celery on with a roast and thechflled
way up. Once used chiefly u a version with the leftover parsley, green pepper, Hard-cook four eggs. each egg half for '.111'; serve
pickle lemon Juice, onion and I shells; cut eggs in on finely shredded lettuce for
ftavorer, and to eat out of hand, meat when it Is offered sliced salt
beat wen with fork *
; a wise '
nowadays it's served innumerable and cold. --- - - ----- ; remove yolks 1e. .
In early days when celery WITH MARINADE
1SURE was stiH not widely avaBable, 5 cups thinly sliced celery crescents SPECIAL NOTICE
good cooks carefully cot off the

eaves from a bunch and dried 1 cup thlnkly sliced carrot Effectively Immediately a voluntary medical) care insurance program series
hem to use as flavoring for rounds
2-153 Is now available. This be obtained the
soups and stews. Although nowadays Dotting water program con through Guarantee
cooks aren't apt to dry 1 teaspoon salt Reserve Life 'Insurance Company. Costs ore as follows: '
celery leaves they stfll throw Marinade

them into the soup and stewpot Place celery and. carrots In a MEN 18-65 years incluiire . . . . . . $3.30 Month
saucepan with 1 inch of bolting
i There are so many ways to water and the salt Bring to the WOMEN 18-65 years inclusive . . . . . $4.20 Month
use celery ribs ".. Is." One boning point and boil S minutes;
cook we know has celery sticks cover and cook S to < minutes MEN AND WOMEN 65 years and over .,. $5.35 Month

accompanied by a shaker of only until tender-crisp. Drain if CHILDREN 1 day through 17 years . . $1.40 Month
seasoned salt on the living- necessary and mix with Mari
room coffee: table before dinner nade. Serve at once or chill!
time. Or she may stuff the ribs Makes I servings.
with a wen.walOllld Iowa lark Marinade
II dish TO BRING YOU COMPLIMENTS b Jellied Tuna Pie-e luncheon or supper mala cottage cheese: and sprinkle with I tablespoons olive or other SELECT FROM A WIDE RANGE OF POLICIES
.featuring a pastry filled with gelatin-thickened luna salad. paprika. This keeps weight: salad oil

watchers fat the family from 1 I clove garlic peeled
more calorie-laden: food. 3 tablespoons cider vinegar Hospitalisetion policy that even pays benefits to people who hove
Having A Luncheon? Serve For more luxurious eating the 1 tablespoon minced parsley heart conditions, diabetes, etc. (Plan 7-452)

ribs may be stuffed with a onto I tablespoon minced green pepIt's e Health 'Insurance plans. with IiI eN' hospital' expense benefit l ,
I tare of cream cheese and Roquefort net
or blue cheese. Offered on lens. hot pay doctor bills et home ., .In the hospltel.

Delicious Jellied Tuna Pie salad greens with anchovies ,Income puss. that pay up te $500 a month' when y 0. ere unable.
whole canned pimiento and t* work.ATTENTION.
meets? of olive oil fetid trine ..iiW'

I lamed Tuna We Is a luncheon lei around the base of the pas cut with a thin, sharp knife Into,gar, phis! sourdough bread and
or cupper rosin dish that's as .".. Flavorful go-ekmgs with I squares. sweet butter, this combination :
Jellied Tuna Pie dude buttered makes a marvelous fin course
pretty' as It is good to eat asparagus, core chips and lemon Jellied Tana filing for guests. ALL PERSONS, REGARDLESS OF ACE,WHO WISH TO IE ADVISED OF THE

Small wonder for yon begin by chiffon cake for dessert. Serve 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin Knowing cooks often fete raw I PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN THE AIOVE PROGRAMS ARE REQUESTED TO

baking a golden brown pastry iced tea or coffee to the grownups ! (I envelope) celery, mimed fine, to givecrunditess I II. COMPLETE AND RETURN THE FORM IELOW.
hell that's mdt-te-youMnoutb and milk to the youngsters |t/i cups milk to puked green
good. Into the pastry alien spoon JELLIED TUNA PIE *4 cap mayonnaise peas or snap beans If yew like I. I
a creamy tuna gelatin firing 14 cups sifted enriched flour 1 teaspoon sugar thM Ides, conk the green sage Ir DEPARTMENT OF INQUIRY
cotorfafty dotted wKH chunks tNlpOOIINIt '4 teaspoon salt
celery, green pepper, black 4 cup shortening >4 teaspoon hot pepper since NOTtO LAWYtR Ian:
ofhres and plm""'" Then drill 1 to I tablespoons odd water 1 cup solid pack.,.. (Tan nee! MIAMI BEACH (AP) TAMPA, FLA.
bad the MHng Is "1111I. I Jellied Tuna Fitting caa) Seorge R. Benemsn, 71, of

The pastry shell holds a nutritional medium tomato, cut Into 7$cvp chopped ttteryT Washington. D C. one of the usiofl NAME . . . . . . . . . . . ....,.s.s..s.s..iSIs., . . . .
bonus, too. ,r. pieparedtntk wedges cup chopped green pepper t leading eUGonoHC beversgtryes

enriched flour for Us ... Green pepper trips U cup sliced pitted Mach d' I control kwyera died Tuesday Ij'CabbYAEt Dot. of Birth . .... ...........***ii..**.assaae.sal .aes. . . .
pause contribution of three .1 Sift together flour and salt 4 cup pimieffto strips He helped organize the Montsa
au' .! ....."'IM-tbiallllne, niMM Cut or rub M fthofTCttlfm ttntiimislure 2 tablespoons lemon Juke to Chemical: l Co.. the National Add tea, . . . .... ......s. .. . . e..a
and HbofiavM-.nd the is mnnbl Soften DiltiAtn and r1/M
Sprinkle gelatin in H cup milk, Cap* vCnCttH ) i'I
City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
mineral Iron. Enriched flour with water, .....inlli&tIdrncl"p hula together remaining milk, Industries, IDC sen'ing s 6)|)I . . . . . . e
product*, whether own begins to Mkfc Washington< counsel for the lam
salt and |
togetherTurn mayonnaise sugar, hot f Number of Dependents . . . . . . . . . ,
homemade or the delicious out on lightly floured board pepper sauce In saucepan. Stir finn Me was hoes In tt. Mi : all nutrition . . . . . . "
baked product you buy.'or pastry cloth and press dough M gelatin mixture rtaoe over gels. kldd i r I
.bo contain valuable amounts together Ron out to rectangle low beat wild grUtin dissolves.,
lit cereal protein This large enough to fit IVl-quart' rectangular stirring constantly about I minours
prot ia-ulna eat*. ash foods baking''. Fit Into a.mow.'ronI beat and I
erf animal origin Uke the lifting taking. disk. Trim and flute lull until consistency .., ttn
la Jettwd Two Pie-4s complete' edge. Prick with fork to allow beaten egg wbHe.Meanwhile ..unLIX .001. Tel ....... AT ION r> UDl.llt00h SSTOMSI C.L.n"ATION f USSl.tX 1O

and adequate for body main.1 steam to Bake Mass bo. mix together tuna.
teas.. and repair.' Best of alt, (US'?..) M t* 21 mHMia celery olives, pumuX'
green r"TPr. {
""enrichment of Dour comes to or until bghdy .,..... Remove nhato and lemon )uk*, toll i ( .
you at no increase .. cost! I from baking. tI and coolTurn tuna mutate low geUm mitura. .,
At errviftg time gsrMtk the Jetted Tune Filing M. Turn tow cooled
pas wKk a perky "tvUp"fMtnianed ..... cooled pastry shelL Chan anti sheN.Mskea. pastn
from tomato wed*** firm. Just before serving garnish
a.d green peifr .... Arrant I with tomato wedges agtnv.n .. I servings.If 11i tt tw sou MavM
parsley and lemon .. d-.1 yM dont sat atdla UN ...
pilfer atripa. To sans! absence of other directions, ":t.W .",: : Masv

spoon flour directly from con,
Party For Tots Calls tamer Into a one cup dry mess.
I u, level off than itmove twi

For Jr. Frank CasseroleA level Ublespounfula. accordmiM 1 -
USDA rwcomlNlld......
NOTE If arifflamg flour b
party for lots eats for aperial pitted: up with the fingers for aced omit aatt. YOUR CNOIc ON ONt WITH ..CH rvMnw./t-,.. .
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A bat caste easy eating they fmd favor with 0100 WO"TH 0. ",aUK COLD .w. ..
ruts MM wtta Jr. Franks wtf I small folks. What fun for . . .... c-.4 ,..
|>teaae everyone. Mother aWare be, youngswrs to bave franks for ".. CA.H "IWSTIIS TAI'... srsW1..

| meal power Ths franks Or for the party lop Uwmacaroni :

art all meat no cereal .or other and dew: casatrols >>. . ..... ,..
melees adoW. Franks.. Amen with "Frankie The down." r : 'I" J'fSvxtf < .... W.....
loin favonie food and Uw toll Each clown is made from a Jr \, C

"win. love the IT Franks, becauaathey Frank and a strip of cfcwe \y.-flVy ..... w..._

are especially formula JR. FRANK CASSEROLE r WCOAI ,I..i... .....ito.
and aaasoMd to auk the tastes Yld; I servings w; : ......-.... ........ .--
of toddlers and pre+tbookn. 1 Jars Hi ou c*I each) Jr .... w whkrwd tOO' WfI
Jr. Franks are shaped bktttgidar Franks -& T V%(,) I ....,........_.... ...... ...., .;: .='.
ranks but smaller iaaM 2 nips ahraddad proms America d. s.a .......... ........ ....... ell
<* and the seasonings arerarrfuUy thesis r; a.nAd........... .......
atctad to appeal to 7 ouacM! sow macaroni SWARMINGTERMITES : dwaq pin Ink
the tot act. Seven of clew bate tablespoons bailer or marganna eary hAaa ai.k. 1 ..J w
franks are packed te a Jar wan' I I a w.eawwyw a.4Caka.r aNllVd .
areA ., .... .
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a twttt-off cap. Each jar contains U cup flour
>H ounces of meat The 1 teaspoon salt WARNING i iTO
small franks are lower In fat 1 Jcups imlk r tl 1 I M. bb ..erVJ l
than their fuU-aiicd counterpart. Couk macaroni according to
They contain the same directions on packag Melt butter HOMEOWNERS PUBLIXth DOUBLE

., klgk quakry pain 1"1 in a saucepan. Stir to tour
as the familiar and aafc. Add mrfk and couk.
chopped meats for babtea and aurruvg had thirsennd i and *. ;
juniors.Because. I smooth. Add checw and stir STORE
Jr. Franks can be I until mehnd. Recarvn I Jr. **
ranks for garnish. Slice remaining
Jr. Franks penny-wise
It HelpsTo Combine Jr. Franks, macaroni.and i az h.i .
cheese sauce. Pour into iaividual -

casserole diahea, roi SWUIB INSPECTION AND
Know Bake in a moderate oven GUAXANTUD i I
(3SOF.) U minutes.. fiNAL WEEKrI
Garnish with a miniature figure 1
Meat CutsWhich made by cutting a trots 1 ....ileWe c.a- be'
wile slit in each of the a remaining ,
Jr. Franks inserting a
is the better buy-e ,pup of cheese in each for arms. nil New CO.......... I4w,. BOLERO BONUS I
pork roast at 39 cents: a pound i Secure half of a stuffed diver Ph. MU6129 EXPIRES WED.
or a round steak at tt cents a the lop of each Jr. Frank
.r MAY Uth 1964 '
pound? aAdeel
with a wooden pick for the bat Winter
To come up with the correct Secure one Jr. Frank man on
answer to this question, 14 >h y. NW.
you of each casserole
top using a
Pk CY 3.1234 S10U leles
coust take into consideratioo the wooden pick as an anchor.
amount of fat grade and bone I...... .Rli
you are paying for. home economics 1..e. pw lie
specialists with the Florida t a .a-s
Agncultunl Extension Sere CONCRETE
ice point out. In the case of the
round steak vs. the pork roast =
the steak is low ia extra fat and BLOCKSSMOOTH r -

bas the boon cut out On the .
other band bone and a lot of )
fat are found in the pork roast

So yawn get the same amount ,,, .WItH WCNAIt! OPCookwore
of protein and lean meat for .o -
each dollar you spend no matter
which of these two cuts of
peat you choose to buy.
A canny abopper knows that at./.a1 ak e tfl.

there is more involved in shopping ... a44a..f
for meat than meets therye. tiw.ewtt
Besides offer available for
taking into account TEXTURES "kr'd"-
the part of the meat you GRADE A STRENGTHS tI e three (3) months or longer.
< will discard after cooking-the
,. Tumbler offer good until May 13,
bone gristle and fat-consider STEAM CUREDCEMENT .4
the protein value youTl be get- ; PUBIIX : 1964 Both will be available at
ling from the meat. also. WHEREfc SHOPPING I I IS all Publix Markets in
PRODUCTS A PLEASURE t a A It. s T. i Lakeland

When Moses climbed Mount Auburndale Bortow, Haines

Sinai be looked out over one of & Supply Company, Inc. 4'-- City Lake Wales, Sebring
;..uia'. most deaolata spots. The
landscape is one of saw-toothed QMUf to HM SaU/us T... Siwe 1IZ and Winter Haven.II .

lopes and I 516 W. Main St. MU 6-5Ml Ukalond.
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) IJ r Tuna, 3 ::; $1.

: Ubby'i Rich fn Refreshing

'ft ,j.l. a\. Tomato Juice 4s-0:, 25C

1 M\ f, J.4 '1'H...,', Ytllow.ClingPeach;

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Chicken in a Biskit : 4V2V
Red Yellow Howoiie.
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Green Beans ...........':.0: Punch . .3 :;: $1.
Isle of hide SlUco1
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Sheltie Beans . .........r: 2V Pineapple tee: 25*

$.....,'.T..4.* While Svtft't Premium ,...u, SUo

Green Beans . ........ eS0 COM! 21. Beef Stew 3 14 tees.". $1.Fordhook .

s r.l.btiM.M.I 1 f6. Croom Style GoUt.StMtI' .
Limas ......V..1: 27 .
Corn . . 2 #,0s 29e '-it" White or Colored Softer .
Green Beans .... 27* Kleenex Towels..2Wkitt ::', 39' Fbr Early God," Gre *

silt.. I.+ JO HWMI ..<>k(M.... I *r Cotor 4Kleenex 4O< P e a 5 . . 2 'c.'.0'. 29C

Instant Tea ............ 10"i.,a 89 Tissue . . **,.' 27 F6P Tender Cut Green
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Phi so tars .itll nip. ? cr Beans 2 29c(
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-i Wdmday LAKELAND, May 1.1M4 LEDGER-----,I Cairo Is Prepared For Khrushchev's VisitBy Wagner He's Seeking Denies

Well I
Naturally GEORGE MCARTHUR Western arms embargo In WSJ. gether rate much more, endKhrushchev's \frfca. There are no major issues -neutrality to make Khru In return, of course, Egyptians -
I relations between shchev's trip rewarding. would like to get pledges Second SpotNEW
Carbonated Ex King here threatening
CAIRO (AP) got them past pmtSatt economic reception .
Farouk's royal railway carriagehas sanctions from the West will show It, officials say. i the Soviet leader and for new economic assistance toward
COXSACKIE N.Y. (APTheke been polished up to carry and financed the prestigiousdam He Is expected to stay In Nasser one high-placed spokes. Tampa Police their coming seconJ five YORK (AP) Mayor
cube: at Marie Barut house Soviet Premier Khrushchev| at Aswan. Either of these Egypt 20 or more days and man said. and Nasser! was pictured HaslettTAMPA year plan. As a starter, SIX I Robert F Wagner said today he
are cloudy white, and when you around Egypt when he arrives. would have earned Khrushcheva Egyptians are hopeful nothing as ready to do everything Arrest million would do. was not seeking the Democratic
this weekend for a11ft. A The three to-Will mar his visit, his first to possible-except surrender his .
warm welcome. ft-Robert J (Bob]) existed nomination but
them has
pop Into a glass of water' couple of gingerbread palaces Warmth not always vice-presidential
they sizzle. have also been prepared for his Haslett Clerk of Polk County; between Nasser and Khru he would not turn down an offer
Women With 2-Wheel Taxi Criminal Court of Record, was
2 Experiment
The reason confirmed by lab stay. | Young arrested yesterday on a charge,shelleY Despite his neutralism I for the position.
oratory tests h that the water' ( "We are and grateful we are to going Khrushchev to- LONDON AP-Two pretty "Too many businessmen an.Driver: "This Is an experimentIf of driving while intoxlmated. Htwon ;and occasional pro-Soviet post The mayor talked with newsmen
In her backyard wen is I naturally -show him so." a ranking member young women began operating being trapped in London'i,I H works, then we're in business. re-election in the Democratic ttons, Egypt's Socialist leader r on his arrival from Los Angeles -
carbonated. Tiny bubbles In of President Oamal AbdeJ an experimental two-wheel taxi crowded streets," said Jwnj ." primary. has engaged in loud argument I ,where be attended the an-
the water cause the unusual ef Nasser's! inner circle told an service today for busy businessmen. Redgrave. 27. "We are convinced ; "If they begin plying for hire Police said they booked Haleft with Khrushchev. nual convention of the Building
we can take then r after an accident at ar I
fectMrs.. Barns finds the water' de-American friend. Their vehicles are mopedt-I through traffic quicker sire I lwe| shall object most atreiraousijry intersection He posted ISO t Service Employes International
cknand Warm Reception Slated motorized bicycles with a seat cheaper than four wheeled I ," said Dennis Olive secretary bond and was released soma!! Victoria la the official nanv! Union:
: so do her friends S3, to hi Ms Ilthyear
of known a taxis." of the cabowner driven three hours later. Trial was' set t the city commonly
the Soviet behind driver for one -
and In the pas'senger.
neighbors. She gives them Egyptian eyes and third term as mayor.
an they want, free. leader helped them break the' I Said Beryl Swan. 28,the other issociatlon. for May 21. Hong Kong.

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with sweetened whip cream and 1 teaspoon vanilla mixer bowl. Whip until thick. treat year graduating ion or:In,. Set the bowl on a cloth chilled food take two timely tips from In
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I Darty Wins r g: I I _LAKELAND LEDGER_Wednesday, May I, IN4 21

New Term AsProsecutor :

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BARTOW Glen Darty of i _
Wiles easily won reelection
to the 10th Circuit

Ute attorney's post in ye. I II j
terday'i Democratic: primaries STOCK MARKET FLASHES I

defeating Edward C
Flood Bartow attorney

Dirty had i margin of NEW' YORK w-The Stock unchanged Standard Oil of New Jersey

more than 10,000 votes in Market opened slightly higher AT I: T gained % .t lilt, on gained% at 19%on 1.500 shares

Polk County and aim was . today, continuing the trend of a 2,300 share opening. Mont- Yesterday the Associated
out front In the two other the last three sessions. Trading gomery Ward opened on 1,300 Press average of M stocks rose
counties of the circuit High- 4 4i was moderately active. shares, up % It 40'/t. 11 to 305 4.American.
lands and Hardee. -- Most changes were narrow. Small fractions higher were Stock: Exchange

With two precincts In Har- : It opened unchanged at MjStnt. Fe Railroad, Bethlehem prices qpened mixed Off frac-
dee still on a 3,000 share block. New York Central Railroad and tires were Data-Control, Kawe.
unreported. Dirty CM, which equaled its 19M U. S. Steel ckl
had Chemical. Kirby Petroleum
an unofficial
total of 3L
ITS high yesterday, was up V4 to the Off small frictions were Com and Paddington. Higher slight
vote to 17,671 for Flood.In !
same high of 88% on an Initi.llnlMalth! Edison and EI Paso Iy were Syntex, Rayette and
Polk. Darty led by 2a> trade of 5,400 shares. Ford was Natural Gas. Molybdenum.
491 to 15,054. Unofficial returns

showed he carried
Highlands County 3,141 to BLUE CHIPS

1.MO for Flood. The Hardee

vote, with two precinct out. -kr
showed Derry with 2435 SEEsK'fbME

votes and flood 1,590. YouBfluGNtISpOWN 'D8tI EVERYiNINGSA6AINr

; PIGE0N1l > 1RRfTAtES1boI

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Rossi To Win

Assessor Job tusiur ruci IM THC COUNTY-ni *M MM MWMe M. hui.o bb patio ...... was .... III MCII ones, seal red ft 5f1l

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BARTOW Jsmea L Roden n et.ctIM onr.wq hew red liter | pon hid kt. .. ...H..| U. tend Mess ....,. (t.4 ii Pluss kiss
Candidate for Folk's tax aaeessor -

defeated his lone op. .
ponent m yetterday't Democratic Police Hunt *
: primary by a wide margin Haven Commission Sets $7 Dues wiiiwc

of almost 21,000 vote*. WtJ' ;-
Rodeo, who was appointedto Owners OfTombstone l . ..CA / The Daily Investor I

of received John at wo B.30,801 the White tine&plied who retired term, For Tourist Shuffle Board ClubsBy WJ1, f;0QItwf.t: .. l .., By WILLIAM A. DOYLE I pat own were Issued

votes ta ,
yesterday's Q. Some years age t Inherited When Interest rites went up,
primary. His only Police this .OTtC fDtfttJT and lalWVlaij HlA M m the postwar yean, the Treasury
opponent Ralph J. Roust, received morning were DON' alonE The Council had asked the lined that more tourists wouldbe AMERICAN STOCK ) Treatwy 74 bandt had to set higher Interest
1.712 votes, according looking" for the owners of a Ledger Staff WrMef Commiaslna to work tip a planto attracted to the superior f. EXCHANGE which want waists anrtl MIf7I- rates on new issues of bonds It

to unofficial returns. tombstone dug tip at 114 E. WINTER HAVEH-Oty Corn. move the dub location with dlttift planned' by the city for Am Eke .. IK H." The market price of ..... sold to borrow more moneys

Roden, who had served at Palmetto St yesterday. miasiM this morning art defi- kaq iIIc.'IoIMftifnte to Cbbttwomhete three older poeple, Barnes Eeg .............. 2JHoraey {bands drappM. sharply and has as M almost always' scans to
deputy tax aaaeawr to White, Detective J. R. Carter said nee doe for the touristi andutiuffleboard l, and the city Inaugurate: of a new one beet elks r far a amnherf be doing.

wee appointed to the pott the tombstone Wait vnoowt! dubs .t S7 each.i Two questions posed by the way system M Winter Ha.I. Corp 7H yeara. Meanwhile, tilt Federal Higher interest rates on new

wives White announced his reNo ed by The Rev J. H. Daniel Of ebb amount, baH wfl to tit q..b fncttinvft Cofnfiiittio vas II set for Mislay morning, Falcon Sea Dr It%] ga>*rnment has sell gheebonds bonds' have resulted ta lower
OnmenL the Nay for recreatMi and welfare . Hughes Stock said that the new,City Manager Duff Ryan ..- Guard Chrm I." at mack higher Interest market prices for old bondi

,, who was doing (xmatf'actkmwork and the ether half wM the Teen and City nuncid.InNINy. I(Mf Am i4 raiea. with low interest fit.... At"8I,"
m his htwae. The Pee vert back to the oontf rrRecrestios: Center would not this. l constitute a*'Gulf Srfphur ............ tKratter I each 11.000 "par (face) valueof
Mr. Daniel' told Carter he Mi- .... 1 I east sled to ..d the '- .
only be better overall but In educational "
One Hurt As program to fanrihar bonds owe. would now
I sad lake ..... you
covered the tombstone wheaj the matter of moving, the, time would pqual retired cUrens -I Ira dry driven with the new Redwing Carrier U1IiIftIII. a >y bring tWO. If you sell ta the
he was adding some rooms downtowai ehuffleboard dub al: facilities anywhere ta the city traffic pattern .. Co 7'';11 Imust we its pwrlIa' I"ft1 open market But, tf you hang'
bends ..
And onto his holM. .1 irises when H was .
Destroyer Center Street betwwa 4th and state with picnic barbecue 7IH on to them nt4 maturity, allyour
Carter said the atene la a Wm greets NW, two IMftIbrnpt'fWfttfI4 I,twimming, tennis, and other Penera Is Set Tampa tK 24%'awed M he the patrletlc thing bonds will be paid off to

Carrier Collide : font square aad four to foe their tlewi oppostng: meeting facwitiM ava8.Me.ThM ply police Rya said wall tie.Pirate hair. 17%thing't.Mi.I4tinlogCarMensoy

mthn thick Engraved the move or at least qveinahuIithe .::1 I was M antwer i State- the first few day with: MLThU may be email consolationto
the atone la: adviMbftty of the move. mss of one d the cM mem- some sympathy for traffic vto- A. first, let's say that It's you. But look at It this way,
NORFOLK Va. fAr) TV "Edith. WHNama, hM It. DIy Manager Chff Ryan read I ben to the .rf< aircraft carrier Lake ChamplaM IIM May 20. *MH. March 0 reaohntnai el UMdowMowii don not give Club .alao Mated that ta areas, mldemial at" fiend IMAm But you Mould .the soon! scheme to boost the rates

and the destroyer Dec The de( ruve also Mid the Winter Have Coos. more voice M running the or buamraa. where hard Alko ..................... 7". understand the position Mr collided IM miles tact of bottom of the atone had beta which stated ,. fadll'j.shlpt. develop, EftprrM ... 41 U.S._Treasury, '
.' e that Ctob park clef they have helped edjwsimenU. maybe (I..u",, taxpayer would getscreaming
Cape Henry today during anUeubmartne -, broke off but sin wee on Dig ta the preaenl hxaHoa. waica I there M danger that multi wsptat diacuaand- warfare oprrattona.Atlantic the wane are "II moMha, M.. sank ........ 71 ?ftl to*
Mng a aertou end boycott the city M the future.Sitete new traffic patter u already H
: Fleet Headquarters two days. parking at es** countered that he be- art. Ec...,, Drug UFMehty ewe bonds lot I Q. .. la which I
: may
reported' no ont was ..,.,... Anyone h"' llllllr..UoII.bout -- --- Rya also advised city due. Fund ............17,MPU. the same reaaon lew* Mat la being merged tote
A Beet npoUtma told theDecatufi the ewoe M ngoeitd en that a caty parking tot. at the Pas IIH any other organ
to i &MdItr --. ,. Itow d* I
camart the
superstructure sundamss.d meat at MO J.police V102. depart T'oll/ -Free Phone Service caner of Avenue A end kid Ha, IHA, Ute ............ M Waifa 1.5055 ,ems oa4 a* this, H far at la
heaewy M the coda ---- path SW, hat bee. avadeMe Steel Mj ttoida- to bar come lam are canttnulT
ate*. There was no apparent I' Set For Haven Area far ..... He said the city don,lFa, Tat XVrU row money Nat- 3t A. That depends oa. how the
dmag below her main dec*. I orally, borrow
not deem the lot a preamtMe.vaMM .< Ifle l l any merger to worked out If si k*
One airplane aboard the LakeChemplaui *. or permanrnt fadhty" rounder We ............ iMfUfe ** wanu to done through aa etchange of
WJKTtR HAVEN ToR free rratdrMi, seek approval of
WIt My aril bonds th
damaged.The at
( MInoar *
but dui lot will be ta ne unMIthe .
stock fat H ttauaUy the cast)
cottttiM occurred .. the iie4r I was service Mete) WW- the Public UOMiM ism mMha1!'! rurrenl city parking melee lavrst ............ 72 orautly there to ne tax lavolvfd. .
ltv Have and Auburndale la
destroyer was moving ewes'1 I Ibnoome to,' and thM anew time for mew.pTtfflMr | lldtll lj. ||) QttWW leer Gamely TH & Trl.. Mlackann talent u... OOn.E .
from the carrier after refuei-l effective May 31 Gen ". Mm Mart I> The U STrraMiry
be ctf the U I
Neil| Telephone official equipment to Installed a nd tam goodSidewalk Say that you owe auxk la
lures the apokeama told Vialbthry Company Ifwta Joe ..... IMNaitonwide sold band laauMi
tested before new Polk 1Gb It minimum C'OI- Forms ... many Company A and that CompanyB
said Countyarrai
was lout milts and waawere | y rrday, tMMWMedCarMtrudki .............. If*,i ...... >H perceml 11I1. .'" Company A. Com.
moderate* I Www Beets rate schedule cam be added M the Mt' of a aalety aide- A H. It... ............ 97Ta 41"1 World War II,a to pip erqvitree B would hole shares ofNI

The Decatur accompanied bIN )- |wj| thus apply M AuhumdaWirMtomen work walk at Ave. O. NW near I*' >'lar liwt .......... 4}! I term rates were tow slat to you W exchange for

eteatroyer Gearing. heeded for tag dwuncvI'sUa j| No definite plant are en tap,wood Ekmenlary kited was T.V. tJ.c: F-.d I II When )ins bought these bond I the Mock you own. You would
atowty toward Norfolk, where f I S. C Edmuadi eaMtm for Lakeland Tram Cai Pipe Line... 21 .
at pmrat. Ed diaraMd and the my attorneywai ran became a creditor of thafederal cheat be a stockholder of Com
ah* M expected to arm* Thursday I|4is:3a maaager aaid. I minds said aoked to l.uh ww medal Trawler ... /n4 government. The U.S panyB,

morning. 'I The 11"II,.... lanes ai rx'w ', praredure for asMwamrata needed laved. IHum ............. 3NiUnwnsl Treasury pledged l" pay you torm EI icrpt ta mutual ahuationt,
The Lake Champlala rcaumadoperations dod area atrvk was plan to build the wdewalk. If a ..27KW < < at the rate of JH pm u you. would not have to pay any
at a**. ia4 after a IKS public hearing Tax' Board Gets pubic wring la .needed taw 10IK a )oar and to pay off the fun tau at a mutt of the exchange

a whwh comaMHHiy ".""' 1 mailer min he dwraaaed the neatmeeting STOCK F.XOUMCC lass value of the bonds, whm:Of toposy wns. tf )'011..11 your Com.
sea cut for l*>e ... roaIkinda plot
Unusual Return .
The they ,
mwuias propuaed mature I B stork the drfJcretare beiwww <
Pvbhc La".i II
Cammia .
New PresidentOf ft would easedalong The
t4rea "IWI-fT"
.j maturity meaaathat the price you paid for
Isis later appravad the hisAir
pee.ins. SACRAMENTO. CaW (AP)- Avenue 0 4M feel from R.dwties It 1'1 the U4 Treasury muM redeem the Oampaay A start and INpra
Florida i I- A Souther Caltfonua schoolteacher I t IN tiny lens. the bonds ta lira and K.., you receive from the sale
"Y'1 ere MOW studying thefeasibibiy Allow 27 375Alkalies .,
- of did more than process Ducuatm way held ai to the the right to call them for earlier .f the Company B sunk will be
peevtdwg a puaaihle to slats income tat ordcuia adviaabate of atphaKhtorkaidewalk. .. Luudlvrn 43Awed redemption, brewing ta IM7Aa edher. a capital gate or a cap.
enpantmai aerv-' Owen :a 14%
Fairs Named GUDUATI--' ....., ire to otter para ta the PUkCounry that they were taking din shirt or concrete Blacktop,. *105.4 fMm 11\4 your debtor, the govern- 11II ....
J... c-r. ......... .. Ms area ai the iMtraataamong
GAINESVILLE (AP- H H ..d M*. It..Mt A. Cw.. Ml the many pommuniiiea paauc was. naied that Insurance compMire Am C aamidAmliamePrd 16K ...,. that'. . Thai pMge was inooma tax mum you file forM

Pameh, manager of the Central H.W, ttk It.. ......... Iii II ibis area grew," Edmuada The disgruntled lady, offtriak I + prefer concrete for aafeV > a-apNM out at the time the bondaiO4 year ta which you aoM

Honda Fair M Orlando. to the b.. 'ad..ond sa I u-.4 Air said ft'pOI1".de out her Hi ta I'; I Am HotjNtalAm

new president of the Florida Lass ....../w. ANir He added the coaapaay was .come tax check oa a pair 01put. At prraMU trail rhttdre te ...adIa Frdy '* ........ ".& latest II ....
ederatttM .... .. and sent them to the.the area have to travel oa a path 231
of fairs and Uve- _5 b- M o. have to study rattmg patters Am Metal) Prd 21" price f riM Price
stock shows.Ha pouf'. na..d.e tdoMI and diacwaa ideas web m mmm- tranchiae Tax Board. I wo feet from faat traveling traffic II
was elected yesterday to air l kego s6i av ThoM geaUemea gulped the | Am Motor 1\4 Int Harvester 72% 714 R. G CM. TO4 714(

succeed Low W. Seery if. ofMananna. ........... Nvi.g .... Southpaw Jo* NuihaB of Cm.innau -]nit the novel check u a bank nil udcwalk wai excluded Am Rea Dev 31% 31 IMC Hi Safeway Store M N14

M........ Acv' c-r k I Sd.'IN . led the team*! butlers!for. payment. The gentlemen ai I(ran i building program that+As SeaiMgAm nib 34 Inc Mw A hem 74% 74\% Scott Paper 31 % *,

W. D. Strickland of Braden- Si ........ 5- ...... with a 261 earned rua average the. baas gulped, the hanortdhe I saw safety ttdewiHa built latl Tobacco: )4'j inn Paper 33% 32I
Seaboard Air R 4'
Am Tel & Tel 1114. 1145 .
loa, Natha* L. hUBiao of Jack- Ie...... Pies. 11 snap ...... PIt 1 also in complete 1&eeI'(. payment The lady was sotldrsdiet !year at h.1 Street and Central 11544 16 I Tel A Tel M M Sean
.... "'. -I bo.winu. .n1 34 j ,Avenue. NE and NW. Amptx % illS II4H
Joe E
lOlIy. Cooper of Panama -,. 'Ana: Pub Ser 3*% June A Uughlin 74% 74%1 fihattadtttnelair 1134 II
Ggtp M. V
TwedeB ofTampa.
ArmcoSteal 71% 71 Kebey Hayes 36% Oil
Robert Eastmaa of Winter : 1734
Auha Top Sea, 41W'.i
Have Don Adams of Pal- Ad Pelts 97 S Kimberly dark Cl4 II\t Socony !
atka and J. E. Frenkel of Penaac Kerr-McGee 11143
S. c. dec A Gu 61
Auto Caa 14% <14
la uses elected vice Corvette 29% ,
petal 1
denta. Avco> 3H4 :13 Lear-Siegler 12% 13)4Uggette ,Souther 17 97

T. [. Bamneau of Tallahassee Beneficiala; 164, A M>era 81% gjfcUltont ,Sperry Rand 15\i 1Ii
was reflected secretary- Beth Steel NIK. : lade N46 14\ Spiegel 31% 313.

treasurer. Blaw-Knox 9* J Lone Star Gas 231123 StdOdCal 53 IS

The meeting ended short Bork-Wagner 414 474 Loral Eke C% (% SId Od lnd. 713 n
court* on fair management Brunswick W4 136 P. LomHard 46% 46%
Sid Od N. J. 1044 89
4* 164
held by the federation and the Burlington Madison Fd 19% 13'
31 2 3$ Sunny Od :30 :30
University Extension Service. Cat Tractor 38% !514' IIU 11 Ten Gas A Tram 214 21?a

CeUneae W4 754: Martin Marietta 17% II Texaco W. 'Iti\

Chemetron 3 U 7 7C1tryi1er McCrory 11\. "U\ Teas Gulf SulTidewater 48% 1714
FIRST ENTRY Ches 1' Ohio 724i
McKeuoru5 45 31%
48 49
% Merck 114% 115Minn. Tractor Sup 3S4j
Cm Gas A Elec 3H4
Howl IS WMMM \. Union Bag 3iJ
who captured the inaugural C/tai Ser 7111 71:
.J UMontg UMP Oil $S4
Yankee JOe loCk !3* KCalnate
car race Cuca Cola %
Waid 40 39" Jnton Pac 43% 314ft
last year it the first entry for Pal 4) 431
Union Tank 41
Nat Biscuit (1% 6145 %
the 1964 running May 3 at Raceway Collins Rid 17% I 171s Untied Fin 26
Nat Can 18 UNat %
Park. Columbia Gu 3** 4 2 1

Foyt hat led the U.s. Auto t 1 cT Com Credit 4 % 4c Dairy 18% 'U.Untied S. Inds Fruit It
Nat Fuel 1132"
Dub'a Con Edison a4% 86 f &
big car point standings
' Nat 51% 51% i2Vi
M! Gypsum
Cia Foods 55%
three of the last four and
U. S Steel :
5S4' M
Nat Tea 16% 1641 *
woo this years first USAC ,Consumer Pwr 44 u/
championship race last Sunday Cont Can 4(* 49 NU-Mohawk 52% 534 :UpjohnVeodo tli
Coot Oil M% 69 Okla Gaa A Elec 27% liS
-a II%-aille event at Phoenix.
Wsrner lambert 29
1 Outboard Marine 17 1745
Ctrl Data 91% 125, %
The 29-year-old Houston driver
s Corn Prdt 'I% 61% Pac Gas A Else 32% .W. Air BrakeWestinghouse 33% 33%
to in .
piloted Plymouth
Crown Cork 3 W 33Lwtaa Pan Am Sulphur 31% 3340 33\\%
the Yankee 300 last He
year. -Wrtght 17% 1 1Den 17 Parka Davit 29 354; Wuw DixieWoolworth 311, Ut'
laid Saturday he is uncertain
A Rio R R 31% 20 Penny, J. C 51% 5Z : Nis
what kind of car be will drive 4 3Ad Dr Pepper 33% 32! Pepsi Cola 51% 5144 ;Xerox 18 19"

this year. DuPont 2C2 262< Pfizer 48% "Zenith RadOccidental S3 79

Eastman Kodak 119% 1291! Plug Eke 33 304. M';
ROYAL BIRTH 82 52 Morris Jim Walter 314 310
Gee Eke % % Phillip 81)4 j jPhiHipt
Queen Elizabeth has given Gen Foods 116% 8 % Pet 50% 6M6
birth to her fourth child a Gen lost 12% J 12% Philpha Dodge 71ST 73 Grandfather of all the temporary
son marking the second time Gee Motors 88% 51% Paper Air 1145 t8 office buildings! Washing

in over century that a child Gen Tel A Eke 31% :34 P It Plate Glass 7144 73 ton U a yellow brick one on the

has been born to a reigning "Gen Tune 11% 11 1 % P rocw II Gamble U% 631. I Mail Built in 1S58. it first
sovereign. The baby it pan I Gen Tire 24J4 Joaiette 24.. Pub Srv Elec 1 G+s m. 'II served aa the District of Columbia
of the Nib generation since I Since, it has beena
28 Armory.
2 % Pure Oil 48'4 411Ja
Queen Victoria the thirty Premier Fidel Castro, fourth from left walks left. Others are prominent members of Cuba's official W. R. Grace 55% 51 taylleatOll Man 1844 440. Civil War hospital a museum

second since William The arm in arm with his brother Raul, third from left, political party, Sign overhead in background, I Great A A P Tea 38% 38% Rep Steel 4WI\ warehouse, an aquarium a mo-
I Conqueror and the thirty aDd President Dorticoa (civilian clothes) at head of reads: Long: live revolution in Latin America. (AP I Greyhound 57 irummao R J. Rsyaulde810. 48 ttowt-pkturo studio an office

matt since Alfred (Burn The May Day Parade in Havana's Resolution Square. \\lrrphoto.) 38% 384 Reynolds Met 39 33 building and a government paw

Cakes) The Great. Clue Giu>ara, economic minister. ia second from IBM :iM?. fir, Rod Set Trust 74 n. shop.I .




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HEDRICK SMITH nit come to us for I decisionyet
'c)'JC! eb 11 n.time. ," he said. rr

WASHINGTON A controversy The Information agency'sactivities
b brewing In Washing. In the book field MOVING SOMETHING
ton over the United States Information came to light with the releaseof

Agency' secret testimony before a Moose
financing of an anticommunist appropriations subcommitteein
book which hat become a which U.SIA. officiate GET A
Book-of-the-Month dub seer 'were seeking an Increase lJfr

tion. from $90.000 to WS.OOO In ..
Rep CHenard P. Upscomb funds for "book develop tJI! I[ (UN'RENTAL

the R-Cahf.Information. hat declared agency that had ment.Fred.. Harris director of theagency' > 1' L '

"no business" allowing ItS
Information center
materials to be distributed hi
service, told congressmen: the '
the United State, especially
funds would go for books
without acknowledging ItSIpOMOI"IhlJl.
He said he would "written to our own specifications : t TRUCK
ask the comptroller generalfor books that would not otherwise .

a ruling on whether the be put out especially .
those books that have ,
practice b illegaL strong c:)
The agency disclosed Saturday anti-communist content. , ., OD
that It had spent 114.152.10 In his testimony, which was ( f. --
to have the book "The Strategy heavily censored Harris explained \t I
of Deception: A Study that the agency did not
In World Wide Communist want the books Identified with '"
Tactics," developed and to It publicly.In .
purchase 3,000 copies for over. the wake of O
newspaper reports $
seas distnbution. agency officials acknowledged ; t.) ,
The book Is edited Jean
by that one of the I ___ FOR FREESTATEWIDE
J. KirVpatrick. a faculty books was "The Strategy ofdeception. riiNaV( (
member of Trinity College ." I ||

who is known as an authority They said the late Sot M. tAft Wl 60 AGAIN U ****** muse I** tM4 H*Whore Mm ."...* .!* r***h*fi DELIVERY 1
on the communist movement Levhss, formerly editor of the "" ....,. the rusk Neq sat h pint wo le Ie cur yes,.... NM .. Ie skews pne ", ..' CAR-TRUCK
It was published lift fall by New Leader In New thcuswh bin. p." ..... N61em ti 0.e ..... _...........- Wtrph.e.t.
Farm, Straus & Co. of New magazine I
York. York, had approached the RENTALS ,

AM Net Indicated agency with the idea for a
Neither the copies being book dealing with case studiesof TRADE UPTo Phone 523-7326 FORT LAUDERDALE 523-7326
the communist operation by
distributed overseas nor several 'well-known A Better Used Cor From Ont Of The r ---- --
thousand already sold hi foreign authors. Mony Borgolns Offered Doily In The rna --

the U.S. Indicate m any way The agency then contracted:. LEDGER Ckm.fted Section.
that a government subsidy with the New Leader maga.
financed the book' prepara tine to produce the manuscript:
ton. and to arrange for an America
The agency had said It has publisher to publish K.
had to contract:. for books for Ire elstd IILtN
overseas me that would not
Myron KoUtch. now etecv-
otherwise have been pub- I
five editor of the New Leader
hshed To label them as goveminentfinanced > a
aid the magatine had
agency of*
foiet asserted, would under I1J.900 for pulling the man* :
art their propaganda value script together and kindling
overseas transitions of the original

Akhorgls the agency is not drafts by foreign authors
- piuhflyHed frommaterials He said he had arranged for ONTGOMERY
detrS wtMg m the Mrs Kirkpatrkk to Nit the
U A.. government officials say manuscript: after LevHas became E >
lectshrtive debates show tt Ml and also for Fa","". WARD
was the IMet of congress to Straus and Company to publish
keep the agency away from the bonk

ad activities Roger V 0..... Jr.. president
".'.. not prepared to Mywhether of the pubtnMnt concern. '
.. .."
It'l Up-
aid V* I A had bought 2,001
comb AftWPflCu "aWrt If R copies of the bonk for rasa wider .
....1, 1 think some tesirktinil 1)000 The book wfIt forM r .
ova* to he put Oft" Itsa
on the general market M

very dangerous Alt Rwttaf prec. dent.M1e "we printed nearly .e..... REG.69cYD.w

copies. We've told shout $." ....
The CaMontia RepuMtcaaaid In the general trade" he Mid,
lie planned to salt tbicmwptroNer : ?
"We expect' u put It la paperback -
general whethertbt In air monHM or a year"
at Is ...M*
Both Sir. and AM O checksWASH
the law or .... I know of M
la L'SIA's authority, ROM. peesdeM of the Book ,
of the Mont Ctvb. Mid they
which permits item to .
the material hi Ute were unaware of the govern
Veiled ....." 1M'tI('* role ta ftnancwf the 'N WEARS .THRIFTY PRICE 4 4
la aa eMril Friday the maiMMcnpt preparattoa until
Washington Port attacked. the after they bad agreed, w handle

....,'. practice of griming the book. ,FOR THIS FASHION FAVORITE
covert subsides oa ban** that koala Mid Kit orgaatftttoaplanned ..
were Uw distributed M the lo make the book a*
IU TIM prartk-e. the aew. alternate selection for come of
paper sad, could "pwaoa the Its iwbscfttVn not month..
wU of confidence and lOW Mid the dub bad already \' ,
the suspicion that the Amer printed 20.001 copie. .A
Iran government Is aecretlyIt wtght radswwawtKotaleb 2 Yds. $1
own c u-
fI"IPI..vAq *
pews." and fame Mid they t
The malted a saw no ream for keeping For
Muter controversy debate last year when U J!A.'*role in the operate
d Mm ecret. "I wrote lo Ed Mum
the agency tuppl M
Kennedy to aU him if he would give in
of Mrs. Jecauefcoe
a auiemeni oa what msrvrl-
trop firm lo for lnd thowtng. to a w IWtywoud the U.S. out bunk it was" Straus a ..' Where .. but Words a bvy Glee fh'sl Go on a itwlwg tprtt-

ComptivHer General Joseph rQ"' "He wrote back to our cotton: QMofiomi ort at a never before price I Colored crease h\
kit November My it was a good book but U
Cempheil ruled
rsmtont, little Ironing, /6,1/8,1/4,11ndi d> cU
that I*** ups UfcialA tat against agency: lo endorse ,
.ai. Of Caw a bouk. any bouk 4 ,
"The thing that amuses
He peed Sewraey that thepworel "
me. KoU ca said that
office use
aomuauat Uus wh le MtMf is coming as
peen of UN hook case but web a revetauoa. This type of PLAIN OR PRINT
that it was WN yet preparedlo has been TERRY CLOTH )
operaWM gong
make nitwf- .It Iw-
say for U yon or so. There are i i
publuhtng outfit-I doa't wantto 77
name them-who do nothing Regular 9J< yd. yeL J

TodayIn but this sort of thwf I
don't think there' a commercial
publisher around who
h sa't sold books to U.s IA"

Tbi bout I*.not propagaa.da. STRIPE OR SOLID
History ." be added. .it.'a I wry serious COTTON DENIM
piece of weak All the

Today to ,......y. May I,. contributor are. known ccnalrs. Regular ,69< yd. 44 'teLr
It would have been
the 117th day of Utl Then published
are in da>. left to the year. even if U.S.IA. hada't
Tod/ highlight in history: bees involved. As a matter of
On this date u 1M, Gen fact Saw was ready to pub-
Jonathan ..amrikt surrea. tub it own before be knew

dered Corregidar. marking lend ice U.SJA. was involved. I only -........'. .... -
of major reswunce to t its told him afterwards. It was S ( -1-:
Japanese conquest of the Phil my owe quirk that I wantedit

ipjMM For ISO days, American published oa its owa merits i : ; d
troop had withstood as ,
Hull by crack enemy forces, w
heavy artillery and wave a'tei r :
wave til bumbera Defeat *ai Woman Loses r and Wamwrtgkt coo
eluded nothing could be (ame<

by continued* resistance* Young Son; .. .
Oa this date: r..a.t 1a1
la 1777 General Burgo M 'J
took command of the Bniul Another BornSUNNYVALE. inu.uss -

army at Quebec '
eWia ...iapruows
la 1MO, the first po Ug<
lUmp issued in EnjUnd. Catif. (AP-A
la 1S37, M persons were ktlfe I,boy was bona Tuesday to Mrs i i' eunoMMO+ss
when the dirigible Hindenbun: William Avey hours after the .) e
crashed in flames at LakehurstNJ. .. death of her 7-year-old eon .5 r.- r suTteas wa1 MOMOORAMI
Charles Keven Avey was errrre.r+r .t 10 Tt
la 1941. Joseph Stalin becamipremier : a car. Mrs. Avey ac. - .. 411j (Cabinet Extra Cabinet Extra
of the Soviet Union. econepanied her boy to the hospital

were la 1M4.attacking American transportauoi bomber I. dead., where be was pronounced FULL-SIZE HEAD ZIG-ZAG DELUXE AUTOMATIC !

center in Romania. Mr*. Avey. la her final month STRAIGHT-STITCH SEWING MACHINE<

Tea year ago-Sea. Lyndoi I labor pains M she stood in the Handles bulky lobs as well Mends
,dares,embroiders Sew thousands of designs
B. Johnson (D-Tex) led aa attack emergency room. crying. os small ones.Sew forward, $
by Democratic leaden 01 She was transferred to another mend 39 makes fancy stitches,too. $49 Make neat buttonholes $89
with -
administration foreign policy. hospital where her new son reverse attach Forward-reverse control, Lg-Zap or stitch straight
indicating aa end of bipartiHnhip. was born. Mother and son were end dam without automatic bobbin winder full-sized sewing head

reported in good condition. lIIentall-utomalic bobbin fREE HOME Complete with elegant FREE HOME Sews forward or reverse fREE HOME
Five years ago Presiden'I winder.hinged pressure foot. DEMONSTRATION hardwood DEMONSTRATION accessories DEMONSTRATIONST.
Eisenhower took his While I COUNTERS NOT BUSY Sewing light
House guest Sir Wisa ton RICHFIELD. Idaho (AP-
Churchill, on a tour of the Get- Vote counters weren't exactly
t)burg UttlefieW and Un busy Tuesday after the polls
nearby Eisenhower farm closed in a Richfield school district PETERSBURG TAMPA CuvtIANDARWATERNG LAKELAND
One year ago-The miliur;f trustee election.: STRUT AT 11 AVINUf, N N. DAU MAItY AT INTIISTATI CINTII 1016 f. MIMOIIAl IIVO.USIA .

Junta in South Korea agreed t) Only four balkxa were cast.
bold an election for a civil tovtnuneot Both Incumbent trustees were
in the fAlJ. elected.


jl : LEDGER Wednesday. May. ItIC ,
I ; .. ;'IIII .....

Johnson's: Heart Healthy I 1

WASHINGTON fAP-De!pite I That was the Indication from'since he took office his-maintained menUy by Johnson's coronary tiA'. I.... -f
the whirlwind pace II.'. been the White House today In answer .' n fast and vigorous working ..thrombosis in Jt>>. .....'.."
I keeping, President Johiwon( to a query concerning the schedule ranging from .. 2. "Normal" pulse: Means!
heart-the heart that suffered state of the Prettdent'i health wen trips to fast.paced I that Johnson heart b responding ,
n attack In IKS-is The motivated
apparently query was by k Mhe-hoof news conferences 1 wen to Its work-load-that
aM; doing fine the fact the President !
ever held on the qu.ntr-mlle drtve- is, Its not going too fast or too 't
AIr- AIr- JJr JJr JJr JJr .. JJr JJr JJr.. way- behind the White Mouse slow,

f furry Reported S. "No enlargement of the I
1I At least heart": Means for one thing
I one published report
1 WAYNE'SPACKAGE : hat Mid tome d Johnson's associates -(that the area of heart muscle
have been worried Mamaged a clot Mocked
''about hit energetic pace in!'Johnson's coronary artery dun
of mg the Ita attack hat healed
flew his history d having
STORK had one heart stuck.However weft. It also meant that tmaf
I fected muscle in the heart has I
256 .N. KENTUCKY AVE. t'Hont(', President, there ire knows indicte how been able to carry the llean'alwortload

,I,to mix rest and relaxation with without becoming enlarged. '
1 OHM f.f Ml $AT TILL 10
[hit fast-stepping work day

SPECIALS THUR FRI. SAT. ,I The White House Mid John'sane ![knows, Signs how that to taper the off President from 1arddriving :

latest electrocardiographexamination h schedule include ...+
Low Prices Every Day 1 I -* test Of hit heart the following:
|..function showed a normal finding I
1 The tame is true of his] During hit walkathon in the
I pulse Mood and White House back yard last Sat
PHILADELPHIA I'I breathing hIe.Furthermore. pressure irday he told reporters he bally n-j
: .
ic moor i Yak. OLD I1, there I is "no en- in bed by U p.fiInd ... .
299 [watches television or reads unlta
l.largement of the heart the
about Jam.
HALLER BOURBON I Whtte House as id. It Wit the
first technical! word on John He Is awake by t:4S
1 RELSKA VODKA son's health since Dec 4, short tomaUcally, and without any
5th (I.r after he took office. [alarm clock he Indicated-bit
s be stay abed a couple of hours
None d Johnson's doctors
I after that, reading, or Just rest
-and he bas them in various

1i OLD HICKORY 339 1 parts of the country u weB,ins.
. . :Las the White House mere .VlD- Thus to II, hours he Indicated he rests
for interviews on the subject up even though be'snot
$1' IOUKIOM 5th [1 1t sleeping that long.
t I But one doctor outside the Moreover, he swims before
',,White House-who has nothing lundt-end&ake. a nap every
1 CALVERT EXTRA f A 95 to do with President Johnson afternoon.

5 h/ (case- told a reporter the hiformstion TWISTK Rift UP AAIN STttrr-Tk* h ..... e ....... ..-_ 90 s.f cent .! H* tv.'. ...),..* ................ aol
1 ECHO SPRINGS For I U given out by tile'bite London Bans M N the *.!. strwt ew W.H ck. Ndl* p.ri.n < 171, t9*. 71 s.r seal .< Mw li..... TV ov ..(y one d w.aywhl.b I
_('out House fact, together that Johnson with the has ....., .......... tai'. preen wore ";...I es eke ....... sock c..t ........., |M*).| et... U, WhpA.M J

leading a fast work pace,obvI-l'Smoking In

:Jj. up to this sa his opin : Tornadoes Rake 6 Midwest States I
WALKER SCOTCH . ..5" *I able The to maintain fact that the he pace has gives been'Movie Theaters

MP LUlL 5th reassurance that his corona LONDON CAP)-The' London' .
\I tuck of IMS was wefl-heated.ry"jCounty Council voted r-J7 1 y THE ASSOCIATED' MESS'The severe spring storms struck lasted when a tornado ripped I Breckenrldge, Mtrni. where five
1 Tuesday maUt to ban smoking A rasa of tornadoes and her temperstmtt had climbed I Araiicli a ftrm ares between i persons were botpitalteed. Tor-
FULL QUART 1,| Details Interpreted I M the Brtttoh tapftart 1J4 mo*. severe' thunderstorms struck to summer tevelt-mostly la the. Brsdshaw and Benedict M the' nadir winds lashed the Pelican
CONCORD GRAPEWINE 119 I The doctor said the medics |I e theater I treat ta sin Midwestern states 7tI and lOt.Nttnai.. sons were kited and 12 omensMtxeMrsl 1'Rapids MJW area about SH'mies I
fdetats goes out by the WMtel The baa was proposed by a 'Tuesday kiting two persons, Is- regMt At least northeast of Ftirmoum
1 1| House could be interpreted skitoeMswed Lady Petrie. She I hiring more thai 41 and ca.ting -] Hardest HX [persons ia Nebraska suffered to- iaj"trytg.evn persons
way I I f latH the swuallviBrocket 'l extensive property damage Nebraska appeared the bard- tmN- lewa Abe HM
-I 1, "NormalEKC: Means ) CiI''''. I Heavy rain, ban and 'est tilL A twister wield slammed SMO
k Wl a_ TN alt' T. Usti 0....., ,hat the electricalconductingnttem |,wind. swept sections of several aeries tonacbtItI'IKII I. \IIbedI' male street demagjfig Tornadoes and Mgh wind!
; that makes the bean' Mount KAimrowas! I ka, North and South twtla4k'j' comment- about M per cent of * baa 'skipped actors a wide settles' cf
? jr_*, _*,_*,_*,_ *_*,_*,_*,_. *_work was not damaged perms. 'wee I by a .....frkU in .IlrM'll. I Minnesota] Iowa and a ties and part farm of the areas state te, awe the central tore ntaMWttMfttI 1ft tilt lows northwest Iowa, Mfvrfrig at
per .. least five sod
d pesrly and 71 per cent of persons damage
the homes Eight DerxwMttoapmatand were let cores of farm llutldin .
Other Mntsdne Censdeteble pt'q+trty t'IPI.IM

|'SINCiil87r2SAT>Sf ACTION;GUARANTEED OR YOUR MON Y; toN den ceased Peterstwrg Si pfuferty Edward osmtge and M bee n.r,.wMth'wide was path swept reported cast along of from A a.21 Jfia twisters nile HI'ftafferd

More than a diem preens' Oimfy. ac... Ne ii ..
were Inhered and between) 91 i writs were reported Strong
and allolMldt""I"d.' wmds buffeted eastern loath
nad and strong wMdt ewtptawtn i Daketa and mothers Mn"ne*>!aiMww
arrow I slrmount, N.D a ) the fright wh wind serf
nf shout 7N Property dams pre'|.B 10 72 mike aa hour to tome
:.i lse wst irporuid at nesrby 1..11.

Thant De Gaulle
rt ,

(Establish Accord I

ft* t > lee* ei *N esisshielr esertl stissHliesIsM < 4
) f t es fw to erf" lew petse* *Mere4 a > >lae4 leat .rent) llesal asef *i eeet to swfce betMhe l eH ewr stores, tor !> < MSSSJ ewly, 1LLUM N 04T1S ItMTCO T>sM repUad that !tent!
: NATIONS NY'r', '"Nry was based on tutriaityaadreelMm.
CAT) CoN'.cMer1lU .

TKsnt and President tan,..* 1//'s Net Wetted

LY Pwas.sYYes Y Yr s de Gaulle what of the Fraace one seem sold.>call behiunj js ..Two.... clop inter Thief rid,
tttplamat/0 eotrtwp a'ets
t I !! rrctmctlMtMHi and the ether a durppnkhemest. .

I COAT COVERS So it appears' from' .the warmwade ,CS.hratl M France that France'he was nasal Cargo showing+ bID warred CP t*

eute.*4 wishrrtwtb Went ta the Uafced NsuantOn

..._a r.r officials ea a hw4q tra...M>d Knutheast Asia
viM .. PUll tan ws' h. Thant wtwAdtd like De Wane
KkianveeoeSAOTV 1M't alw. '........ esntaming that a.,,,
.ucsss) AIASAVE beta penury Mfcbna. had fatted and pal
Dose 1 u+w / to srm h. years.
4 Meal means were needed.
rrsare lies beee stentiaffNti t+a4,I,I When flint was Burma's'
whlwwr vust d rror s ward the UaJwd NSUOMS -** to''t'N ............ he advoraiada '
a the tkWMHiy here oa aadn pews. nsMrateed Vtet Nag Now
* N - '4P ions as indeprnt'sare far Al I IDs Oauiie: u proposing the tame
a.w s..w m.... n W 3 -* i. <* ,-.
...., gene. t traace base w .*sne ,

cuts Dinting t time in i half !' Y. limo Is the Ca. aad< >a.On U-N "" ".I News Of Record

Wppwi Reluaed I
t C-t.a:; :ce,
RI France rehwed financial sport .
W the IN force ta the, .M -..ryYYa.tYY R --... A1
a.w ut1.. Congo French Foreign MMMSMT,..:........ -.. 1i........ a waLY"
y -t ..bMaas td5e Mauna Cauv de ... ..
d.W YM YIa r.aY.. :+ as a Mvrvsse boy 5-ow.. .*. -
.sass 1our.. Y arri rotted' the General AstMnUy ......* ... aktt
Ibo trench deteeauae. .* > attending ..
LLS SAVE 31 remained atlas atom*' wElF%* .... 2;
% debateBy. 1"
\ I Y ttSlESL i ** taw
April It, """I. De GMlti
ONE-COAT LATEX HOUSE announced that trance soak.1 SsPRs't -. ". ...!....R..
not contribute' men or nwney *J
f t PAINT CUT 2.05 A GALLON furore undertaking of the "d t4 .w N .s, wwr.. aas wN eras awn
united ..110M." He .::. .. .
caW "TVtADu.'D .
the -- -
.. ... ..
Matted. Nations riotous .. -,
end _... .
.... --
.1 _. .
teaadalous" ,
and said MS el ::. .
liens had "the amhMien u in! =.. ... e.rMi..Ye. .wa 44
1t icrvene in all kinds of I matters..."'E .
444L n"It..
The late Dag Hamman oUl -

was still secretary.genera then 'Er!!:;... ...wrwv w ...
C# But fleet managad to cateni, .iYWw w u-la",.
1 "tttt l l\t the French after he maudl...:r.=-.. 'Ffi. ::-
On..Coot Latex saves_ time inim i ..... ...- Ikn_
G.::" ::.. ONE-COAT -, Taunt blandly ..-.-. ....... .... ..
....,-. became covert In one coal, protects' Eke commented bat I t CL .Sat iowa SEy
two Coats! The tough latex fetish lasts vp policy September a bated that trench on the oenvki lurcia*1 ....:::7:... I.., ."' 4 fIMIL

511i to 50% longer than ordinary painty pro ton that there is no danger efl NwW Y+ r.+ ::
25 : tact best against bCttering by oQowing the Soviet Inion Uunchioc a nuclear ::.' t. ..
attack on Fsu" "
H moisture or. """ "h..w
to :
USE PAINT escape through toy por..AncI rope." He said France bate thej M in
< ours .. .
TWlSTPtOOP ALUMINUM has at easy to UM at Interior wall point. North Atlantic Treaty OrcaaJMUQO . 'Ia lie-..... .. .wi _

LADDER CUT OVEK 'SNow 1 ang Iwd tfara atswl.aL at hi Dries In minutes, deans vp l With water if NATO might not be needed and. ao: =0.... ... ..--. trY"
ruirtaltiabrLg.sfsgekbr'IsrM n was needed. U.S.
par .
fade-redIOMwhit.andlot.dtolonM a&V
ucipatioo might not be. e..wYale. -.::

French Brktle sus a ....... vats ere w

::;:.14!4 SS111 I.** In Paris French sources replied .1stSm."II=.. Son'"":'.".\
". f that Thaw had no (busintcs .nwer Cray
commenting on a member aov- LLwrar':r da.rd4Mwrt'=
poy ten them*I a ft.too lodder'S' eminent policy

to strong It can't twtstl Spinpfoof rungs But when De Gaulle lea rase irjS ='.r=.=-
keep r ew ,mat STYLE HOUSE IS YOUR BEST BUY Thant was coming to Pans lurl.._ 1 .....'M' sr/r ..
a coordination meeting ebb ex-I Iecutives
Style House Is Wards own broad of pre- of U.N. affiliated -
I w,. w ea s aortas quality Pow They're ssade and &agencies, be invited him to.I.. .... ..
20'kdlP.i4 r FI tested U our own plants to highest stan lunch. De GauUes prostate I .... SE
operation kept them from i .... "
t Bards under rigid qualify t:.+eroblh.y meeting
24' t typify the value yogi find only at Wards. but they exchanged warm .:: ::: st,ya......... .... tl
28' notes hue MtY..i1. .. ........ ..-
Mil |, Thant lunched with suer'' eau Your ad t w tl _

''Georges Pompidou aDd dined! wea.T..kYO ......... undo ii
.tub" Foreign Minister Cave de: ,,-.. MaM.... .... .. -
PETERSBURG !durv'". In a toast. Could de
3416 TAMPA m CLEARWATER i' war ..4wr.wa.
SHUT AT 11 AVtNUf N el.. credKed Thant wnh'a
CtNTIi 1014. MIMOtlAL IIVD. sense of realer and said e --
France "is gratified at the cooperation a .... u.
that has been esubiubed :r1It:.... w. tl _
between you and us." < trier .. ....


I LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. May e. .114.M

Congress Investigates.... Reasons For Ranger Failures I


By GEOFFREY GOULD two television systems beyond'testing of the payload, and con led by the California In.t1eulel came before him by saying 'I think Mr Webb has shown
Associated Press Writer all hope. cede It could have done better I. Technology. '"committees of Congress should I that I think we are farther
j1111 WASHINGTON (AP) Last All the way to the moon the Changes already are scheduled Subcommittee Chairman Joseph I be helpful rather than critical :ahead by not asking a witness
Jin. 30 a lim Atlas- Agena spacecraft worked for Ranger VII to eliminate the E. Karth, D-Minn..lUmmN,and destructive." I to do something embarrassing."
rocket trembled on Its launch perfectly.It probable causes! of the last fail up his Impressions In an interview As an instance he was asked All in aH, Karth said he was
pad at Cape Kennedy and lifted struck a crater called Julius ure. I about his request to Webb to 'convinced the hearings would
off toward the moon. In Its nose Caesar. .Less than 20 miles ..., I had to make a recommendation list for the subcommittee an the make Webb's Job easier In working .
flrEiI 4 It carried six television cameras from Its aiming point Scientists Programs ImportantThe right now I think II("difficulties" NASA had with I out a new management arrangement <
to tend back the first closeupsof predicted the Impact within program Is of first magnitude -would recommend very strong i Li PL for the past couple of yean. with JPL and Cal-
the lunar surface. four-tenths at a second. Importance to the first NASA manager to be on location Webb Begs Off tech and would also ease the
first This five was Rangers Ranger VI had and failed the But the lelevision cameras exptoren of the moon who win at JPL." I I Webb brVged off. saying that.fobs of Ranger's project managers .
want to know In advance what
/ 1 almost
turned He added. venture in NASA.
for one reason! or another. So the never on again so RangerVI someone "down the Ime" at
scientists In charge figuratively sent biik no pictures and they are landing on. to guess there will be a heavier''Cahech and JPL might take offense Keith drew parallel betweenthe
: crossed their fingers and held had to be cbunted a failure. But the subcommittee looked NASA management team on the, at Ms list and the relationship Ranger program and the
their breaths A House science and astronautics further, into what hs chairman project In the future." : with the Cal Tech scientists I brilliant development of the Polaris
AH went well for the first two space subcommittee has Just called "loose" management of "You can't have a congressional (would be damaged. 1 subm.rineeapon system,
minutes. Then the ".Ichen.-eft I completed a'week of hearings to the program which has alreadycost Inquiry of this type. he,, "1 let him get away with H." ,which was sparkphigged from
startled by telemetry signals'find out why! six straight Rang- the taxpayer 1250 million explained "without having,Kanh said later In his office. 1 beginning to end by Adm. Hy
that showed the television cameras en failed. | The Ranger program is conducted something positive done about'"He was trying to avoid more man Rickover.
had inexplicably turned on. It heard Rational Aeronautics by the Jet Propulsion It." (I conflict[ . I don't mind that He said the Ranger system
Burned Out and Space Administration sclen Laboratory (JPL), a division of He explained his gentle handling !so long as R Is clearly understood I needs the same kind of "hard
Systems lists defend their design and NASA but located at and oper of the NASA witnesses that'' that problems do_ exist, and u_ I_med manatemenL
Ominously the telemetry
crackled and sputtered with static
for 17 seconds. Later the
scientists figured that the high
!voltage TV systems were arcing Replace Your Old Bath Set With Wards Streamlined Beauty!
(and sparking burning out the
,- -

W Dominican'sTaxi Strike I. :

Loses SympathySANTO i1

DOMINGO. Dominican

.", wetlN.lI..w.......... selot.. Republic (AP-A fivedayold
I t.... .... strike by the country 4.000 -
CN t*, Main Wwfe I th. l mtm.4. mt.l whisk
.* .*t H.f#. uttttt cc..., _*.*..* I**** ..i.9 ...,... We". taxi some driven force and appeared sympathy losing to (I IIi' ...

day With about J.OW troops pa- !
Amateur RocketeerAt troHing the streets the only disorders -
Tuesday were minor '
I stone throwing and burning of

Florida Southern tires.and detent Two persons tarred were hi weekend killed -

violence 'f4. about 7M person _
tinder arrestSanto
If Sea want to know more icordrng to mathematical form. were Domingo depends on ---

bout rockets, hut ask WalyWatson lies and homemade tracking derices. lasts for pubhe transport and "
aa It-)woM freshmanat there was growing concern that $ r
Florida Southern CeHege.Me I Offcen Help I t'IIiIItiItwa"' of the parslyringwatkott
and disteit>ancee might
H of rocket
pfvshleflt a "It was refolded eta miles spawn an attempt to overthrowthe .
ocMy the Diwe Rocketeers: down range." Way said. "redas country's rrimf civilian Jen- -
and has fired & rockets dan '
a pot-bellied store on a frosty u. 1'
types and tire s4nce tie fIMIftitIJ.M The tnt driven soul' to lore q-
Waned as a etath trader In Three teat t frrtfrt jeoe daetess nil*"
ether 0. DIy yOYftN' 'I puWtt meetsees .idMNt 01.
Crow CIty. have teamed with Watty Mice Noel a lseitsatia,. 1fIrft....., 1
Hit Hunt sac sstel afoot was' ( s "
grammar school Illl'Otuc-ftrtfla duties on can and other lapse
BaU II," a ***** $f !mdatnufeMaee jventwres. They are Me MeCak and astli rledlg police is esy '
rocfcet which S
driven' hesitate, for traffic, vie
elect mike bit* and was and Wayne Keeling both Ultontfolk. .
recovered intact This M ....let drab Jester CaNefC root, and I
lord to be a record height tof'Don Bec..e Mho It emptied at" Ii i ,rte {
amateur rwtaemThe . Key W* t ,I County y
ttenoVr, f.. ..eiMitedrotfcet Ida tine.tiat Cape Kenwdy. .
was pnyeUed late .ete the youog amatewn bent
by noW fuel a IMC and hi. e*| riHKd Urn abate of hta*;Hospital Gets I (
pliur muuirc la Merit for elicit k.pc 4 H..t ended to faders aadIhMT PHONE FOR FREE
two mtnuu. H MUMP* i tan frmaoftw I Safety Award
peed of M mites per tins,. ec MOrt "MtCeMrflll fad '
...." was "ReM IV. wtmfc, BARTOtr Patk CkMmlk > t III HOME ESTIMATE
flew only fill f'"et h*** friend I (M<.l hat become one ofln
Body Of U.S. of a Antic h< tttm. About ** Sale \
persons ** awarded a Itti Hospital
Soldier FoundIn .e*..ed the low wti.g at Mart- ty Award. Admt* *raw AI 683.5951
ne Va<4i oat the CM.. Gotd erg announced today.
... jest ewes eo wpped for OoUlier said the award NO MONEY DOWN MONTHS TO PAY
Wreckage: that HUM* power." VI'ally t.> are siionaored hy the Amen -
aced M..y.Murk. less llo pMal Aaaorttriaa and
SAIGON South Viet Nam I.earned the National Safety Counrtl.lUcMytwe .
(AP-n. body of a Htk Ameriraa I sack awardswee
"..i found today la the, The thratu.. roli t. II fret made In the Unlace REGULAR 9985 3-PC. WHITE BATH SET
charred wreckage of a US UJ and we4,lMA| M pound' Stale*.
Army transport pUne .***., earned aa Mgr vm movie camera

crashed white uVwg elf Ties. 1 and and a temples paraHMMetMM CAmE AUCTIONS How,you con replace that old model T both set for a bright new "64"
iwovery aytiemIt
from Tea II miles
day Hire
wash of s.- was the bluNt ..let filed .,,ACenarv. icN .....'...._,.-,11' model Words money-saving prlcel II', olmost unbeBevable what a differ
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10 date by am.'"rte .
Alt Army apukttaMa said lh I If
" ene. win moVe In bohSroom. Wards S'gnalur futures
Americans were two Army of- have turned great deal l -... ., s m..str ...I.N.1 a.. your ore cjvolitycrofted
tern, a Marine olfsrer, ..{from our etiiertpiire and hav* -- for long ......k..The slmpKcity of design' gives you a wide range of
Arn" warrant alfirer ad ai.':'the MMUcUM of karma ere- ,,:;:: .......\ =n. ... --
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I Negotiators Agree To Work Toward 50 Per Cent Tariff Reductions I

GENEVA (AP) The drive The world's trading-giants- But that II only I goat and the should. be more basinets GATT-opened in Geneva thisweek member of GATT. Poland b higher thin the tariffs of other, The New York Times reported

that President John F Kennedy the United States Britain' and final cuts won't average that and a brake on rising working bard for greater partld- coon tries. today has that the Soviet Union
I started to free world trade got the European Common Market much. This I* the purpose of J Em some Coftifnonrst ctwtv-'American A rule Is to be worked out thaI which the Common repeatedly Market denounced, has
green light today from the chief -agreed to negotiate on the nedy Round of trade < 'tries win fo tint in this officials were will cut these higher American, tentative feelers about put
negotiator it the 75-nttloa Kennedy -basis of a SO per cent, across- When negotiation are con lions, which the General 'attempt to Improve tfeUta pleased to pin down the M percent 'tariffs by the full 80 per cent, out relations es
Round talks. the-board reduction In tariff chided In 1965 or 1966,the remit ment on Tariffs and Crechoslonkll already Is t flgare even as only sis bas and reduce the corresponding! : West tsbllshfng European economic with bloc the
for work. President Charles European tariffs by a lower
Times dispatch from
A Geneva
de Gaulle's government, fearful margin, perhaps 25 per cent said Western diplomats -

fJttWCJ.1S72.; .TQPGHJAUTYJM RCHANDISE AT WARDS LOW ftKtSI! of tougher France's foreign growing' competitionfor industry Exceptions lefuliid speculating that the Rnssisns are
wfll accredit
had opposed setting this reduction Each country Involved also I soon mission to
the maximum allowed by win submit lists of exceptions I the Brussels! headquarters ofash
American law, as the official for items which most be d t the Common Market
aim of the UDcs. with separately. A deadline ol r "The Russian Interest appears
U.S. tariffs, though twice art Sept. 10 was set for these lists. to be an application of the max.
ta half over the last 30 years, that Is when the tough bargaining -. ins: If you can't lick them, Jail
JJ: are in many cases much will start. them," the Times said


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Shows' Few Signs Of Weakening

: : I y JACK LEttER _..... reflecting sauasapy
P, AP >....Hi News ..rtUfNCW strong demand MCh probably
*t Vl YORK (APl-Tt bwt-f--- wit efcarscurif the secondBarter
t sees uphmi has .....,d tts >>IiI also
mow* with few tf any atgM\ of The first quartet gala. ta teasumef -
-.uw. koes that moderation and rntfsmse apr. This HskM k the longwt up- may privet ta other labor ... the avmf quantity. gas
twa to America peettumt kit. stetotiauons this year," tW last gear.South.
report u4tartlet .
business firms had
The d rsllaa of DM
average bees sncrrasim their capaalbudgets. Viet Ham
21 previous cyclical recoveries
The Istest sarwy by
anise UM N months.
1107.-. JAW was the puhiMaMg rime McGraw
At this advanced heal. Taxi Drivers
txo gr aq stags
HU. Indtratrd that business
Io..o.p. seas awe are ratty
conumung to
Rpg, 42.95. plans to spend t44 Whoa this
......!HKf. J Prefer Suet eights on tovettmMl plan
of U Protest
a ct
tvc* though the stimulus from year WJ. gate per over Stage
the March Ui cut Is ant
yttctcarty Wed the Ui rut ta effect :
South Vtrt mAP
evident. reports the Hm SAIGON

D tale''at AYIMI.. N."U Maass TAMPA at.wssllraei alYlta eLU.WAn Mata ,..0...... eswN tin.LAKILAUD. ...0..&& "... M National su curtrot City Bank monthly of bass economic York eight a weeks sharp, gale those ta who consumer expertd -'stated( ) -a.thm Saigon*uet4am UU drivers t
I snalysts."ConfideAce. i speodwg have bee chNfpoIII& at Pf'OC'"IiIIII today for OM or
In the outionk has ed. I their Mimtwr shone murder
However, First NsUenal points sissy blamed M an iwid Mtfie4
out, economic performance ta America
the first quarter as a whale, There was no vWenc during
could scarcely be called cluJfOIaWII. die JIrOC" OL
i Americas oWekU hoped the
I GNP CUMIS threat of trouble hd paaMd.The .
i iI
tad driven w**. which
: TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS I The Gross National Product- has a membership of aeveralIhausaad.
total of eU goods and serviceetimbed *- caked for a "drive
la an Usual rated on" against the VS. Embassy
I"" g.a.o MHon. up tt< baton after two Ul driven were
GUARDIANSHIP ACCOUNTS from the preceding quarter faulty shot U their cabs lug
I What the GNP rose more than Friday and early Tuesday WH.nesaes .
this ta the final two quarters ofIX cUimed that la both
). the bank finds k significant CAM foreicners. probabry
PENSION FUND ACCOUNTS that $U bOUoo of the increase America did the shooun*.
ta the first quarter was The "drive-on" did not mater
concentrated ta consumer ex- iaJue.

CREDIT ,UNION ACCOUNTS ,Today In WashingtonUndersecretary


INVEST :Cuban Boycott. Working

Ry THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,that it has never observed "a
single. rigid ideology. the President
news from Washington: said M man or nation is
INDNIDUAL INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS il roSA UodersecreUry ol wise enough to prescribe a
t State George W. Ball saysOnited Ox
.I States policy of boo ot.: tingle economic dogma or system
,II I',ting Cuba economically to sue-, of government for aQ of the
: INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS ceedin&I peoples of the world.

I Short of war. the State DepartIDeII& The students who wfll soon
I ', No. 2 man told the i complete a year of study in the
: B\RTNERSHIP (I Tuesday, 'most effective by facub..United States, had been invited
ACCOUNTS :is the effort to seal off *I to a White House gardea party
,ewaomiaUyPolicy of eco by Mrs. Johnson.
I BOOUC deIuaJ.I ."
C .
I While the economic crackdown
'y ,, \ .n clutiol.le1 risk. : might not topple Fidel Leftists RejectReorganization
;; ,Castro's communist regime
Insured protection to $10ooo.d
: . .
Ball said, it has beta very ef
\ . : bibber by permineit agency of 'ective and "the Cuban ecooomjis :
U. S. CoTernmeBt Depeidabli la a mess."

fthove-average retort. I * Of Laos Regime
UU WALKS: A day after a
seven-lap strolling news confer. .
TOKYO (AP-The pr-Communist
ence. President Johnson held s I Pathet Lao rejected
;walking business conferenceTuesday i
Mill) reorganization or expansion
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. with Chairman WilburMcCbesney '1. of the Laotian coalition govemment. >
j Martin of the Fed ." the New China News
eral Reserve Board. Agency said today.
I The President and Martin
: The Red Chinese broadcast
DOWNTOWN hiked several laps around the
Pathet Lao
apparently was
v Noer chief executive's back yard ai I
Orange and Tennessee they conferred about the na, Prince: Soupbanouvong's answer
r to proposals presented him by
WOVE rmx l e i I It : economy* * Phouma neutralist at Premier a meeting Souvanna Tuesday

Crystal Lab Drive and Meadowbrook Ava.UKILANO. ".' JOHNSON-STUDENTS: President ..of the two Laotian leaders.
Johnson told 800 student!i Prince Souvanna flew to the
,from Tl countries Tuesday thai t i PalMS Lao headquarters at
., .x IIOUDA. e the United States is "an unfinished . Khanh Khay, 110 miles north of
$ ,'y: lYI r./.ht MP LM t.My4 TiwiaN A.awW society" which must do slot Vientiane in another effort to
/.J. to eliminate racial discrimination . jet Souphanouvong to rejoin the
*t and poverty. coalition government which the
Observing that the greatstrecgtk 1962 Geneva conference on Laos
of the United States ii i set up.It .


Winter Haven Man Gives His r LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, May C, 1MI 27I

Observations On Life In Russia I r. 'Papa Doc' Proclaimed Lifetime Haitian Leader I 1 I

By DON RICHIE By MORRIS W. ROSENBERG On that date commanding officer time president Most Haitians mission to write a new one It losing their privilege
I Associated Press Writer of Duvalier'* figured that what he
Ledger Staff Writer "populaarmy" r was meant! i.
expected to provide a lifetime -Voodoo priests have told
WINTER HAVEN BuDd PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti staged a ceremony at the! But later he made clear It was
It big. Just build It big (AP)-The signs proclaim the heavily guarded white palace. only the beginning of his cam presidency for Duvalier Papa Doc: It's time to make such

even tf 'Impractical or fast words "Vox Popnli! Vox Dell and formally called on him to!I paign. Since then other groups Under the old constitution the I move.

doesn't work.That's Franco Dunlin President remain In power to insure "the! including representatives of the term was six years He was

one of the hallmark 'For Always." permanence of the great Duvalieriat Protestant clergy commerce industry elected for that term hi 1157. I

of Russian philosophy, according I "i iiey ate appeasing in ever Revolution." and civilian militia, have'' In 1961 after a legislative election -" HEMORRHOIDSFit

to Lamar Beanchamp, increasing number a* pan of He replied solemnly he wouldabandon I been trooping to the palace to he declared he had been I

Whiter Haven citrus and cattle a campaign to proclaim Papa not his "civilian children : .. read appeal to Duvalier to keep'chosen for another terra because Fistutot endether

businessman, who spoke Doe. the 17-year-old elf-tyted who have faith hi me and I the presidency for life. I II his name had been Recto Diseasesluceetlfntfy

here Friday to lunching Lam mystic, a* lifetime president of my military children whom yon I On April 20 the rubberstamp,printed on top of all the legislative i treated by

Clubbers. this Caribbean nation email in represent" He added: "Even I legislature suspended a eerie of ballots. NON-SURGICAL

But regardless of the mv I size bat mammoth hi misery should I disappear hi flame I, constitutional guarantee and declared Many Haitians wonder why he I met tod.

practicality of some of their Most though that Dovalier had must hold on firmly to the, that Duvalier would rule I is bothering to go through the NO LOSS OF TIME
industry and an of their proclaimed himself lifetime prea- power." by decree ritual of formally proclaiming

government the Russians ,ident of his 4 million people on Duvalier often use vague obscure Cemtftotlo Thaw Out !himself lifetime ruler. Two DR. EARLE RABB

art and I very to friendly people April I. But that was only theIOr1 phrases and language Four days later the legislature 'theories are offered.j : CLINIC. N.D.
seem like
really Americans
beginning of the on April 1 Indicated he threw out the lIST constitution .
said Beauchamp. ( setting considered I ISom. officials In his govern- ...tvwit usuM".
Mage himself already the life, and named a 15-man com'meat don't want to worry' about
Farming Compared --
He was one of 4t Florida

agriculturists who accompanied .

: Commissioner Doyle Conner of en Agriculture a

American tour last behind September and the Russian Iron to compare Curtain farm OVER $112 SAVING !

leg fadlitie It was part ofan

exchange "People to People "

Program" began by
President Eisenhower to IKS

which Included America fiber glassrunabout

tours by Russian farmers -

aad. Premier Khrushchev.too.

On bigness/ : ta Red Square ONTGOMERY

Moscow. I* I ..root"high memorial WU KtTUINtt rtOM aUSSIA-Whotw He.-.. dime cadsent.

bell to urge that no Mtlcrwa4 t- ........ ....... Alt b .p...... ..-.4 WARD
crane to Russia ca lift It to was a icw ...,.. ... Men c..Ie .... ed ash r M..Il11IMN
Its intended tower It's been
.. Aetc.ha. hy4e ... 19 whir fiwidlas Mcdriee
tried and the broken ben cn..w.
g54. ..'le.nw., ...... hy .ldMet
rests on the ground tmrtac1..mbitioA.

evidence that they were angered by Pioneer dubs, like the Boy
At a Russian fairground, Khrushchev's d I.I vowment and Girt
Scouts send Rossis
plows and tractors giant of Premier gulls and thoughtin
replicas of American version many way Russia was youngster at state epen to

are merely on display. drifting dose to eapHaHsm. summer camp where many

They have so manygears English was widely 1 tned.K subject are atodied but

and tmtvmals", they K If A cherished part where neither B*e-redMg $
-y. H.n
rouldnl aid k
possMy ron
of the lives of many Russian nor retigtous study Is permit
Beaoehamp. "but the/re big! only If per cent of ted ta the classroom. WHAT
The world's biggest depart'
whom are true Communists To the Blade Sea and
meat store GUNN, ta .said
Moscow does wort. In Ukraine, waving wheat fields

fact said. Beauchamp. tf you Moscow I* preserved. hi below the plane, auspicious. -U, loot
want to buy I car or a track a rickety state of repair, the then friendly farmer: remarkably

or bobby tie yea go to world's oldest church dating gnod growing ." 20HP Meloi
GUNK ao big aid. multiplex bark to the earliest day of but better farming methods

ed. "it has Webb dry beat orttmdof religion\ many otnred > needed and a longer growing tool TroTlcr
and twuydvcorst.d, wWi mina: M bad point pen taa
Beef Not Gosd tovers, RmMs: many titles dirty 4

A cattleman,Beeuchamp Lavish ornameMatfoH deco brKind the mat street'

M wss Btemtd M Russia rate many Rutala thwitos, A twit hotel, piercing the NO MONEY DOWN

beef until be 1t'Mo4.. No and at pure gold tops the rowers shy, beautiful on the outside,

beef rattle are raised! only of the Kremtai. now ..*- turned out 14 have lust wandflmrs -

dairy and whoa the mflkstops Orgning refurbishment, M ** no bath to speak (ok* up te 3 years to pow
the aw title Some doN it sop many at thedwrta of and very rM. rooms':

how lie said, dairy' cows Just tower* M Moscow and *.*r. Could Hits ... symbolic of

QOA' pfXfwlC-9 good beef rounding c***. Reuses. M mflsury and "enemtc .

and. sties you to to DUNN'S. Only one protests dwfda iM M- he RwwMa that
te get your meat the butcher Mists ta Moscow-first Bot goes sue out to stay Its"grandest"
...-.nd the ttnrtda drtrga R
step p U a slab of a arUM on May Day? yer

cad. whacks off a ckwdu lion. Mid Beautfcamp, weremoMeyed A Russian aatrifcte, Poland l

You pay by the pound -and.M to a ma during a b at.. licking ta .....

what's one cut from another toucbmg tacideiit.Trtwt mortal wound from the Second

M'. all meat ta Rue .** rU World War..m*'"y inns 1w
sia. are all around oncvfceeuufulWarsaw #,. .

Most Russia. he ..14.t dart Comaaslcathig director of music te the ..and the city seem ,
chitfce, pork or fit*. toothvm to be rebuilding ta Us previou
delegation had to be on us
triad a cbkae soup one prewar Subsist M)It. And .
nay after the first **rmo i'-f
ttms. When he got to "some an around Wsnaw1dnn4Mprvdoml
the affvicee rlwtisSedthat
are M .
cKkM: feet that bad sever ut, motor acooter rt ,
of the
a majority Ruwiaaprotmuats
lien a..w that was are the chief mean of transporuUM .
eft**. *." an through awn for thaw who have

"Vodka and blade bread the group heard a Ru sun .....-.. very few average t
chant ta unison by the congrrgstHa -
a. my diet" he laughed, families have behind the Ira
as Heir hands were
rdattag bow enpert M has curtain eve one carRubbertired ,
outsuvtrhed W the Americana
, became Russia bevtr-
on They were laid "No one Ps Frltndly
: ages. No night dubs besaid.
could Have said anything acrrof
j Just beer and wwegardena. her ecar s, a
i viwors-they like you, hundred W stand hatfMtalas
And tf the revereoosj of
But the people are genus part of eooavd med t oe
Inety friendly nested la many Russia ts. ta our way and former landlord who now
of thinking ainplec d. It is
bow everything they could! are merely manager* o*
ntveriKeles geouwe Mw*
farm that were previously
America not atom
than H.oao a day ftfe past Ihs
ihMrt wwh the
bomb bow state gstissg
or mury-Just
tomb at Law I* laurecteRed
we live do we have two can surrounded by all the profit-tKM, too, u
Square, e
Warsaw.But' .
far every fanxiy do we the oMon-twist turrets of

always chew gum? churches sod state bvwWtr.., I* to a friendly people

"Moscow is a BurprUingty Aid Cuba: III lies under a* that Plat behind the Ira Curtain
dUI cy;" said the traveler unmarked alah, alongside two -they'd like to know more

"much cleaner thaI many Americana who died M Russia about the wears and American

wester cities And whys after a lifetime supporting way at Ufa-.and, if their

AD Must Wart communism. Flowers bedeck government win let them.
the area though. they want to b* friendly to all011I'
With state social security
M Eve
ctuiens. some want
Speaking of flowers, there is
the elderly ta Russia to be capitalists
a short growing aasaoDalyabout
earn their twehbood by a month of summertime It ass recently said by I Ia
broom dustpa and trash-
wag: good CommwMstt are r '
-and Russians a lib their uadtttoaal ..
bag. Each to assigned a y y .. '
those who have give up laps 1'
of about .
around big way going t :
small work area acty
of capiialisia.From f A
ever becoming
things, grow flowers u every f\' ,
by the Central Committee
Russia, the Florida ,
and cu see oldsters conceivable place, setting fir ': :
you delegation winged to Spans to \i.
... .
cleaing up their city by to the city sued couMfyMd* ::. .
study European citrus production .
Bight instead of watching with a not<< of living color. ..r. "
-but they earned with "
television. '.....::...1'1-, :-4 I
Pkote Permitted
them the memory of I people ,. '! .. .. a-. ,
Result: a very clean city, w ,
Secretary of State Dean Mho want fnends oa the \ _
wuh little of the Inter '
very RuM was ta conference web "other side" of the Iron Cur- .. to"
all around us. i
Khrushchev while the group ... ..
With btlwldtbeoII'Oft .
a general
; . .
but Beechum believes o
was there. -
Curtain ratio of 7V4 *.... -:* ***r -, .
that not as
things are -
women for each mesa and & t"WVs- ...
military draft still on a wartime tight ta Russia as the first- China SaidPlaying ;-.
time visitor might think; -
footing it's no wonderthe
shortage is photographs were allowedCYel''Yt'here. --
manpower except at the airport Up
solved by women.
where they arrived by
Just about any occupation Russia jet from Belgium atLeoiJt' -
I man can bold down so CapitalistsMOSCOW r --__- -
Tomb and ta a .huge .
can a woman la the streets r ---..
museum where some or weworld's ....
can be seen women working; (AP-The Soviet ... __ .,
costliest lie u
in the wheat fields of the Uk Communist party suggested today -.qG..

nine. 80-plus-year-old women repose.Some of the things that that Red dine leaden

trudge behind plows; women Beauchamp and the Florida are playing up to capitalists in SEA KING IO-FT ALUMINUM PRAM5IIPOUIIIOAIIO
drive buses, cab, trader- the beautiful West Germany, Britain France 217JO SEA kING
trucks and tractors. group and Japan.The '
live sweep of the Moscow RIver. I \ $
How do the Russians
allegation was made by o
with the huge circular Olympic 88
and where AU live in
stadium alongside; a Kommuaist. the Soviet pany'aofficial
state-owned apartments. Very World Agricultural Fair, more theoretical Journal and

bouses.few or Apartments none live in are private generally costly than Fair the with New ornate YorkWorld's was publication distributed by the in government advance of $19 7 7 .This Sea King'* lightweight

pre f.bricated and news agency Tass. .01'to maneuver, wont
lifted by buildings representing every rust rot corrode. Sots
story by story are or
"When Chinese
provincial republic in the Soviet propaganda
crane and stacked as are L NO MONEY DOWN
the people. Union and every agricultural speaks about the*' struggle I 724?. ALUMINUM AUTO-TOP BOAT
enterprise; the against imperialism Kommu- Up to 2
People Not Unhappy world's largest swimming rust declared **it reduces: k yeso pay

pool-heated as Moscow is only to the struggle against the
Clothing is generally United their Spe.d.frcml IK IoJ3) 138
made. if not cheaply cold 11 months of the year- States bypassing

bought Suit coats are rue, 44 acres big; American embassy allies-West European and Japanese mph. 4V4 gal. tank ...

as are hats. quarters a square imperialist power motor 4" hours '
The people said Beauchamp block where all Americans in 'Ie it possible that the Chinese ot full Ihrottf. Wafer :' Goes anywhrl ft atop

are a hardy bunch inuredto Moscow live. leaden are looking for r car-Ueal for fUhhgl One
proof Ignif
their way of Lie and not On a high bluff above Moscow partners among the monopolist Qn. Reg. 159.95 P.* k***. 3 seat*.
completely unhappy as we is Moscow University, a circles of West German. Brit x'k'.I
skyscraper edifice where some air France and Japan in the

might can picture turn easily them.into Suspicion laughter 17.MO students study year- struggle against so-called 'mod .. -. . '. . - -- . .- .- -
and while a high era revisionism?' -
round, percentage
and friendliness
and often open frankness.In of Russians are studying The latter term to one the SATISFACTION_ . GUARANTEED OR YOUR: : MONEY: :BACK; !

the ,
to improve Chinese in
Tibiae in the Ukraine agriculture use attacking premier .
not far from Stalin's native nation's lot. only other scientific Khrushchev's policies In-, - -

Georgia several of the natives and cultural subjects are cluding his espousal of peaceful

frankly told Beechum studied here. coexistence with the west

3! LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, May t. 1K4 'Tampa Policeman'

(Shoots Man Who

(iRredAtHim aYr

IsA I TAMPA (AP-A poKcemnn
Mid he fatally that I man who
opened fire on him Tuesday

1 outside Patrolman a downtown Wilbur diner.L. Dennn.'.

.J's 41. Mid he was walking Ills', t

t,. \\Tampa{Kenneth morning Street when Owens beat he JJ.saw early backing James thii ? _

: Jr J-Jr
.., out of the dmer
'I When Owens MW Dennis he
fired one shot from 1 .!2 caliber
I pistol the officer told Investigators .

: : firing in Dennts'himDennis gunbelt The bullet without lodged m-|)]. t

i said he fired twice./,
One slug struck Owens ]/
I chest {
Patrons of the diner: said)
Ja [Owens was leaving after I dispute
there when Dennis MWr'm
J .

'telephone Cable

[ Laid Near a
[Being u pr r

.. .l UnfttJ ...*.... Ctwrclxt.UP .
CONFERtNCt sel..l- N.r.'s..r..N.tea s! the em.MI e.r .< rte McthWirt s" t..pete BreaksTOKYO
t..fetnc. el the Mett0.4 Chmkterie. M .itts....'. Wlrkt Japan
&*tcAr**.. A_. .... Me.s h F.i diws wNa ..!! s prgn.4 -. i I (AP) A deep sea s
-- telephone cable being laid at
the last link of I VSJOmile-
LONDON (AP) Sir Ben long Hawai-Japan cable broke
THE KIND OF MAN Smith food minister In Brit.,Monday hi rough teas Pty" miles

dn'a Labor government in IMS;,'off Japan's Chiba PenlnmU. HIW lUSINtU CYCLE IN lONDOM Drtof Itfyl $..*. ...", sal J...t., Aftrn Web. a
You'd Wont In Your OffICe Will Be Tr LEDGER Wont Ads Tomorrow. 'i The cable ship Long Lines reported
ReadIng and an organizer of the Trans-1 .... ef Mveve Ted Beatles to Central I ** *. Tif nwtortrcUef
'I ft was going back: 20 .* ass We****** H* * 'I'IeMf.
Place Your Offer Where He'll See It. Coll MU 6-1151 Now. port and General Workers L'$ I mites to try to pick tip the rack .*..... Me. *.i *oj" wits terrlW an reef sent e4 ttttrftt M s HIM .W..
Ion. died yesterday at his home,broken end hi 4,000-foot-deep lAP Wir.pAps.l. e./k Fran t..4.olN
In Devon He was U. i I eras with an anchor
- - -

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Economists, LBJ

12 reasons why Workers Do Not


BY M. !. KOWNT nmmefl to siottpUe (nvcn*
C 1rr r. todet' either to amlclraUon
NEW YORK Bwimeaa of boom ale levels or l.

YOUR BEST BUY MKMMVMMftC flAd dIMe working fear of price mflauoc"
IS far 1M J..... admtIatra. lmgrsdkm.. PrtM

tM M kmgff agree on die A booM psyciwikifA/ Kai not
OMtvWm WC die ttens, y. devefapod as yn. Bat other
"'"-- -- ...... The &d4WtolPwl'I fIfOMo WWWflilW' point Ottt tNt tnt
_.. and 1M PrreldeM. MimeaM l"igr.. ..... tWIN boom aN mow preae.t
topaeaieo la bwae.s sogvcgs A optnpustttm posbltehmd b
SELF-PROPELLED will ...... tit rail the spring BfwWwf of theAartetM
%.vM.| (WC flff! MfHHMMIfyM Net1 of PlMt
pressafe. . n..r to ecaN .. NtiI Fznnemins trvtels some
bR se nptwa that teesalsat of MM danger '*s MM by
GARDEN MARK 20" ROTARY WITH NEWVACUUMACTION of hMm tavmom.nta.tlemmmeetksg.

M leek/ and on gnwrsmenthamrss
FOR BEST CUTTING EVER twee na 1Ift..u. .. had burns Cdsra I"
Nletrd this ww hi many abate KWMMMSt Of fawn
harm" ansbftol) *. >K" *M ...... NsN tM "U ca it big' I
d.wMs Thsy .... 10k that sf Mw tV III t MIIMI MM
a Fn8 piedyd hontm any be mated. .by Uw kdntHMwratttw.Ht .
M the maiLeg. whlth wawkl pMt lie airs ai ever III
REGULARLY 79.9S be Isg.wd. by. a .......... ..tiim and argues LAN It "uimtrrdroM
There N a yet N uegIsiVaeMe a drpabthr4mg
wt a buamw of farts that fMM prodaeHatI
IofflIINI IBahmnry preewresOhM .a th* economy' la
-. weals till Far s a pear ....
l 1e Meawary paltry 11.. also toes PreswueUuaglN
art ..... M ban iriM'
admit that H M at IHIit obese Grease aid of MoCr >
to out VMIMlM may, MMlMMl w-HiH. tfMta wilt the
nest ....... SldlWdl impact III lets redaaiomi ont
+apvlal aptsNgt. I'IIfIt'N' that
higahiraslBut "pmws.. M ca tM> hat ..1ledy .
.rr y
1M akdl is 1M tbsds. devdaled w Its sale
till td irwmns H ss..-ra. _I,. eeplalb is ram
cost lI.uII)'.I they pa.i.... la U>.... W OIL M
haw hros crwu ecr if satbbeal pogo. coed M snore lint ofttwaMcak"
\ ........... He Mv ilrwMf
the pMspecu for further a level .f to mmrr
-i: : nW, w anew swivh demand "eewld resell in terpswtM
U l Siipiimhir. for iaby bush eihe araaag
'taow. h aesesk. pA tales MUM M many pndretino
i the Kaaaaal AuocaataM of f..W M
< 1 BY.Mee1 ......... ehuar., It seams dear thAt then It
IMt H per cM pr4eMd a a deag r Nit a boom or Inptyrantogy -
dedaM to bvls.e.s for ItM. Bitwmery will
The matonty ikea for...t tale ...... TK .a'aiiaistfi.MM .
a nlum* ,Modrrt r,.e M eu dawn that the av.Uabtbty -
\ ) gross aattanal product' from of lobe Md pleat c*.
I $W Bdhaa w Mil M WWbalwa pacify M ampie prawcttoaiU :
M HH TbMM fscrean ._ price IMCTMMM but it
.. beard. oalaat to e...a.p'ms M artiac let trouble by urfMf '
uv M ilnrt>MS world. be ha1mr: sad roAfwm-
}. -y \\ tMM..ea 14 Whom. and H baV en w Kod. all of DM inw -
.... crease pwabasimg power
by IM ricuaac. For tf this
vWHAT Romeo-ta twes wssissg
.sbmian. iMBpoac. H could result wUw
their tg1ts acunt .
dMtabtlmaf boom lor
> ia rSil's feat o/MrMf ea'
.- '; tended their eapeaaims. cst by ccaauausu
MUMS to "IOU I And wham Johnsan a ahopod So far though ccoaomtst
91ACUUM.ACtiON the UK rrductiaa bill mcreas appear to be the only ones
SMe' WI. toiehapee. tag Mt to. fwd packing mar* Jlbcwd web I boom or ifUtMMMtry >
blade sw.epc alp PPP"'V' IniO of IM punch wo the cwreM paychuky. U bu*-
r A ".. ... year' hey made amp upward meow lad cmaunwrs heed
%3r ] ,"r....-" E_ ...--- rot'i t.\(" > adhiitmeats M thaw tier MW warwega. tile boom
...q sad the bust be
: / a.yOIIt qua f eaww&( may
',:: ::;.. .... tr. .-. ....1 for ; aioetl ur I rK Further Retkion. voided.
t' "J' co )
-. vile &sdwrla 4. _. Thus ia J 1AU1)'. at the
=- o.d cbe ... that the Pretideaft Nuclear Ship
: n Wh,_ Caned of economic advisers

1 1 ,/ frimed and ready to tole on the tovgKea mowing uavettod u* prediction that Starting Tour
tii aauoM! product would
t t gross
csor.l-n..ds no pushing, cult gross cI.o. and event lilt aruund HOI btUum for the Around World

Vacwvm-Aclion deck with front and rear l boobs& pro year, the revised content ui I
"' FEATURE PACKED 48-IH. CHAIN LINK FENCING free. was ctoe to that figure But I GALVESTON. Te* (AP-
/ 14 GALL "idea positive cutting and vacuuming action with tthrie the C.E.Ahet flood The nuclear skip SavaaaaJi.
INSTALltOI { Rowing discharge. Feature.packed.: 3-Hr P'owr-kroh PAt. many economisu have bulk u I U.S. showcase to demonstrate
I been busy making further re- the peaceful uses of
1- 48'C lilllol / engine impulse starter Instant-Action: wheel4tegHt! ad* visions.TiMord. nuclear power but tarnished by

:> 899. loot uilmenit loTon.MI.r.. Grow catcher "'''0.JJ C. Games, vice a year of labor trouble, started

Ne. ", ..." Dowm president of the First Nation a delayed world tour ttrday
,. al Bank of Ci is one The Savannah is bound for
rIEIopprovid ItTIMATI who baa jived the boom New OrteajM. Baltimore. Bos
electric tpit. Mhbemumtxder1posts00 ft.'h..". 20-IN. HP rUSH.TYPI IOTAIY, _Sf.1I camp He observed last week, ton. Nw York ud then heads
New. odutlobl chromed '. that 'what has thus far been for Bremerha\4ik, Nest Ger-
Gate fence 8776161i Alto. with .
eaclvuve rothhectiom business
an orderly exnaaMOO many. June 17.
grid with b"ilt.i" Iud door top rails extra.
., wtt probably develop A 1M2 engineers' wage dispute
., boom symptoms within the delayed sea tests for the
Gloxinia Mums "
next few memo triggered vetsel uatd February Early

10-lbo Bag off Charcoal Electric B-B-Q Starter by "a boom businessmen psychologyamong and consumers last barnacles month from a large a year's growth inactivity of

.** was, scraped off in preparation .
177 Games thinks that the current I for the tour.
48e 133 riM may lure bus mess. I The snip can go M times
Limit 3 bags 1.9S each men "iato the old trap of around the. world without nuclear
over-ecUBMUag the pmennal refueling
growth of the market for their ""
products, feeding them to expand i a? KIUl.D
ST. PETERSBURG CLEARWATER LAKELAND capacity at a rate and CAIRO, Egypt tAP) ConstructMo -
'4th nun AT hi AVINUI. N N OAU MALAY AT INTIISTATI CLIVIIANO PIAZA SHOPPING CINTII tau I. MtMOIIAl tvo. to a degree that would eventually accidents at the AS-
prove to have been excessive San dam project have taken m
Simultaneous', boom .lives, including six Russians! thenewspaper
pcshnlocould lead; busi- AI Akhbai reportedI



- LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. May (. IIChildren's << r
_. ... -. I

.... . -< -.... "" \ Poverty-Stricken Area Still I

) .. J\ ,, Story Figure

",, Has Mostly One-Room Schools Dies Death Of Derelict
..,. : % ,. .. t.' g ,1.. .

f.' ,- "" .. By TOM MILLER | Williamson explain* to his A shake of ft bell brings the PUEBLO. Colo. CAP) Thecentral Hill." The book was about
Huntington Advertiser Reporter students the presence of a reporter r students together again. figure of a children's Hill1 childhood.
::) story, written possibly a half I Hill' sister, Mrs. S. A. Hamilton I
Written Fm Associated'
Pres and then has been teacher
begins classes Williamson a -
of Tenn., said
dead ofa Covington
KENTUCK I century ago, was found
AP-The FORK, WVa This day was signficant, .because 42 years He retires at the apparent heart attack bi an'this waa the first she'd heard of '
( day begin' at I::30 '
h I.m it Kentuck Fork School the enrollment had end of this! term. empty railroad coal car on the her brother la about II years.Ws .
a' with 10 minutes of exercise for jumped from 12 to 14 with the He's taught at larger schools I outskirts of Pueblo Monday. body will be shipped to I II
fl 1'r Hill, (4, the Covington for burial
the 14 pupils, most of whom arrival m Kentuck Fork of anew and has been a principal, Why William Green Sheriff Edward Sitf-
soft of ft prominent Tennessee Deputy
wafted I mile or more to family Six families last I
get are did he spend his year physician the late Dr. Lafayette ford said Hula body was found
there j now represented hi the school at Kentock Fork? Hill was found pennilessand by a Colorado and Wyoming '
\ Before the day Is finished The first order of business Is
A .
the One reason Is that he I I and covered with car dust railroad switchman.During
schoolmaster P. J Williamson to determine the mathmetieal
nearby For another, no oneseemed else! His only possessions were the
to dole abilities of the
attempt new students
to want the Job. clothe he-wore a barely legible 1963, 11 million per*
I out to five grades a smattering Kathy and Kate Turley.
sons Involved in fires In the U.S.
birth Hutchinson
certificate I -
.. . i of reading, writing, arithmetic, WWiamson rails them to his When the present, whitepaint' suffered severe burn,
Kan., library card, an .
", cinder block structure!
history geography dries sei desk to question them. -
I a ..a.'r: _' /I'" empty wine bottle, and a slip
>: tII. .-.... ." ,. ence-and on Fridays, art This At recess, the pupils clear a was built, 3Q' children were en of with his sister's and
,'H ? year, he has no pupils in the table of books and por+era and rolled. brothers' addresses. RUPTURE-EASER
..... 'itL" first fourth or seventh grade get out I ban and Jacks for .1 The drop to 14 In eight yean I T M a..B aPoLo .t&...$""
_. .. .. ..
y 9 The one-room school is vanishing game. A few go outside on the has been brought about by I I Hrtl Mata Figure
----- 11" 'IIg'f'I: iltlR l If D)1lll)! I ;
but in West Virginia Itremains "playground." and play on migration Kentuck Fork lam. Hill was the main figure In a i

an Important part of rock formation.The flies to Industrial cities in th chik ren'a book entitled "MissMinerva '.. ..........."
the educational system. This is toilets are outside privies.I North. and William Green .,.,.... ItM
THIY1I Of*-C W. J....., left, e_p.Mfc i J.rtttof .t red T..,. Dnpq. ....." ,", particularly true In predominantly -The "drinking fountain" is a The families remaining tend I aI.
t! ef Mill .... M- fewktf Wftw, "M*. Fhrifc Stock thmhwtor" hi kit. "lUWr ..,.f .H l.r, .-4 ttetf N.;*..$>*m, ail *..,', hill ... Dtr .(_. Orbs H>*.h>W*.m a ,..h If.Wtt where half the county's $4 carried from the wen of I nearby a coat mine. NATO A FAINT rlOIUMfc :
**...*", !... *...*. loop I.. Dtr .....**,. A N* ...... e <*. d..ati.No s....,. TAM. ftm O.q *, Doi, .g| U vii .. J.t, 4 ..< h Kentuck tort to one of the 27 "They tried to drill a well education after the eighth grad GLIDDCN =-..l* m tSlfT'i III..I .in IK. .:
...prr.w.h *... L.k.arrtdg.r., ,*..4.nrit Clwmlct ..< tile OvtnitM Cbk ef .......... all-purpose classrooms in Line here once, but the water'wasn'tfit win have to walk three mile! PAINT CENTER -- w.--...----...-.--
la/pr .*.*. by Nphe1' on County..and one of J81 remaining to drink Bliamson ex to a paved ,road to. get ,Ox 1 tit a. nrM. .... .*. MIUOMOt t.MA..MrECKIRD -
-- Virglna. plained. school bilL _







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L1 r ?! $ 10.98 Arnel'


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lots than a hot, mart than , .
a foahionl little cVcUs of '4't "

straw cloth ribbon.d or liB
tippled and mhied wild a

drift of fO"Of"ift;. In .
whale, block or poUeli.


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I, ......4ftFlottertng .
St I t ) 1 e Fabulous choke of prints, novolrtes,

r , .I ttreok>frt. woven poftemt on wWle ground. Eve oWii
\ plain bit for day or
.r. with t Smart iryloi for dress or casual wear I ISKoalfal It
evening wear run

barrier bandi that pro S 1 ti M tkbttl I Sletveleul I

vent hod from enter All whh Word famous Carol Ern lobeJ!|
'k+ the ah..,area fro
It ', portioned In length hi i'I Carefree Amtl outat. Jeney I Ifilihonmed"OIIoftg

R I O Fin dlaHtl Some even with extra bebl

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finK shoe material uppers $5

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cloth. Square throat, com. t '
position soles. Bone. 5",2-9 ucuuuY 05 '
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to---t LEDGER_Wednesday, May I, IM4_ 'Blood( Brothers' Of Harlem Roam Streets,

Kh !I Lookina For White Victims To Maim. KillBy

7 e

JUNTOS GRIFFIN Street and Lents Avenue. act as "ort of an unofficial students. A police official week In the slayint of a
(T Krfa fl.rli trim The Instructors have not been legal adviser" to youths taken aid he was amazed when woman admitted having stabbed
+ _____ NEW YORK A of identified by authorities. In for questioning.Use he visited a Harlem school another woman to deathon
about 60 young Negroes who Members also learn how to Pet Phrases recently to heir "these a Harlem Street on April
call themselves "Blood make crude but deadly bright-eyed student referringto 11. They are also being questioned
Brothers" Is roaming the weapons.A, The gang members try to themselves at Bfood about the slaving of
streets of Harlem with the prospective member emulate Malcolm, even to Brothers." David Watts a 29-year-old
avowed intention of attacking most prove his jterve and using his pet"pnrases-"bwe- The police offletal) saM It white man who came: to Har
r'.w white people. They are stamina by fighting and by eyed devils, "whtte dogs"and would" be almost Impossible tern from Idaho seven yearsago
trained to maim and kill. going out on missions ranging the like. for the gang to Increase to live as a missionaryand
from puree-snatcMng' to "The chickens: are coming rapidly. conduct Bible studies.He .
the group'sexletence robbing sidewalk venders. Ail home to roost," said one They are Just too selective was atom March 23.
was given by a the victims are white.In member of the gang whose ," he said. "But the The fourth slaying of a
high-ranking Harlem. who police official In a dark hallway of a toes showed through a hole danger Is that when they are white person was that of
investigating the said "We are tenement btriktmg two Blood In his dirty sneskifA. In a crowd: and start something Jutes Btrfgach, 71, a fruit
and the usual gang's activities Brothers explained to a reporter That phrase was used by out men will not know, peddler who was subbed to
of their crimes. But we pattern cannot : "Look man, we do Malcolm fat commenting on who is or who Isn't a gang' death last Oct. 2L
Hi at this time release any not hit our Mack brothers." President Kennedy's assassination. member end will have to use Denounces \loenceBishop
information." Idol Is Malcolm X Elijah Muhammad the same measures with an
__ Walter leader of the Black Muslims caught In a melee." Alvin A. Child.
commissioner for deputy police Although they do not admit objected to the speech and He also expressed deep head of the Faith Temple
relations, when asked community about being affiliated with the ordered Malcolm his chief concern about the small number Church of God in Christ and
.. the anti-white gang said Black Muslim sect they lieutenant In New York, to of Negro detectives assigned locality mayor of Harlem
"We greet one another with "Sa make no public statements. to the Harlem area has strongly denounced thertct'fIt
.... only. hope to have
--- . laam AWtim" be
Malcolm of
peace later left the Black wave violence
,.... .... within something the for the press with you the traditional Muslims to form his own Policy Noted against whites.
next two three
days." greeting of MustHns. group. The police: department The climate of unrest and
The police Their Idol II Malcolm X. The Blood Brothers are policy has been to make no dissatisfaction among the
KIDNAP SCINI *rw* tnt***! raw .* *.' flw.Jtrt.. wfo W* fft .it**- already suspect the Negro leader who broke assignments based on race people of Harlem has been
......,.." t... JM*** tr.*tt.k *.s lt>...,*. AST* 27. B..r VM Hit* (MI ........., Mr*. are that responsible members for of the four gang Harlem away from the Black Muslims making fare in Harlem traditional ob street oIete.war The or religion. As a result, Intensified by the current

I a-- rue It _.11 III r.rtt't .a-, ht ..s rw.t ....,.., .s M c..... It_ -1 murders an of white and formed the black members are recruited from there are more white police- civil rights struggle throughout
-, wry C*_t tt4 aWttt tt *H* .. p'.r+_<. ftrttt (kt 4*.l c..'"rr4 ..< cwiMcti tw. perOOL nationalist group. Blood I the ranks of the old-line melt than Negroes on the the nation," Bishop
.trot .. c_,.... SAP Wir.Pl+s.) The gang members range Brothers attend Malcolm's gangs, with the blessings of force child said.
In age from 12 to the 20's meeting I and rallies on Harlem their ieaders. "I suppose something most The fault Is partly ours,
and usually attack without street corners or at be sacrificed for an Integrated the decent, law-abidinc citizenry :
THE KIND OF MAN provocation. Rockland Palace ballroom.A N. Territory force In Harlem" the of Harlem. We have

Trained .. police official at a Harlem The new gang has no tart police official said, "but it II allowed a small minority to
I Karate precinct station house no territory to protect, essentially more Negro undercover become so vocal that they
You'd Wont ,In Your Of face Will Be Reading; The LEDGER Wont Ads Tomorrow. Training) sessions In karate, said that James I7X, Mai and Ms target knows m geographical "mea we need at have created a false Imageto
an Oriental system of fighting t'eInpenonal limitations: It U this time. other communities
Ploce Your Offer Where Ht'H Set It. Cell MU 6-1151 Now. secretary
The Blood "
Brothers usual
take place on roofs and had come into the station the white man throughout the nation.
m tenements around 135th house from time to time to Some of the new group Ire'UN'S fy carry: two types of weapons. The bishop urged that "the
One Is a crudely shaped feelings of thousands of Mar
wooden Made that fits Into tfffl residents not be Judged
the. fat A sharp point pro- "by the Irrational actions of
t..... The other is a Mnch aft Isolated group composed
1 long ratorblade bolder tawfrtdi CJI Immmte ycnifhj cfifft
the Made can: be extended huts, psychotlcs. and other
,La about half an Inch. members of the lunatic

4+ .-.Two...youths_arrested last _fiinte! ,"

ONTGOMERY Laotians Soon Get


WARD Used To The Gunfire

B, TOY tSCODAV.T1ANE : Political moves are under way
Astetated Prttt 'rllff lo t store up fUt s/overnmenL

Laos (AP) A, No one, .....'tftf', is bvtttag oaj
teen age Laotia wearing a I the outcome least of aU the
Davy Crokett cap and a Mid I
A wetter diplomat recalls tincwuennw
shirt wheels Ms
part way k'p-
on t local official
ply; on a motorbike down V_ ......g M Mrtter crtws

tiane's: main' street "Why". lit asked pl.tatIwty.
Couples twill trwtHly en. t oh- of yea |law g4 a.ay
t rAi1vt the crowded tft Riser of e and leave tM abuse"VieM

dimly' IM, air
Belfry Mgnt Ctitb

A group oi wanes cwa'ter, SpacecraftTechnician

\c/jXLL. away as they do Nun ta
ivL4 '. w.ash. ran. KM banks of tic Meka -
*>g IUrr.TMs .

Is Ices ta the midst ofsnutfcrr Succumbs
r a + 1 cn4s..
+ i t Two naurs <.f sporatfie NW" CAPf! Kf-NNFDY CAP) A
and martrtefwi fire. fcfefc Hi Mf rartnW favacrrraft tNtmirUar4
t two dead briwre dine Aped Hprrind > of bun rfvwroitet >
ee IIWrH M the I.. .
ttst teeski I s4 M a tttft arci.l .
ta tins eawat Asian .MMd knee April U,

kingdom.C He was the thud fatal victim ofMw

a /rfew ImpcwdPMtry fwy wMMaxLot
BUY Tins Versa was clean.d *>, r.M of iMcmont,
for three Oa* .. dd M a Cocas Beach
ruglMs by e cwrttw
SOCKS! TREMENDOUS CHOICE! Roadblocks manMtd by letup* tacpiiaL H* was burned owe

di rouratd' tin ynang a....... M per ct el his body whet
A huge selection of ondn tin Hwrd reap of a Delta Pocket
rclu es cur e whirr and ...
ribssoi dtponerns..1OO% 38. '' \) the womra from Imafring M wd awl tfwd lUmMuj fuel
cottons,"'Oft)' olhen! Wide I r tone over Inew wab the usenet d e check'bwa
assortment of colors I All But since. it |aiM4. Map*** wt
c France ta 1H Laos. GaM had ewe resumed from
specially prbd-al great .'sr. |o 79< 4iS t, ..orehad four coupe, Tbe MusUnation Ik* cntteal M Ian *t.k But
l Stock lip I Cti 1 ,z ? yvohws of a tereinnter ..... was rsttHwad 10 it Monday whet

and nvtl war feat Nil is 1hG.NrM e4dliray worsen.1s3aae .
-. --- .
tlist.rsuwg People tove tasra
to take awk tangs M auide.taotiana es.a "'fl9&rMd mtb
: tt : .. 1<<.... f/dneh D.,1e. :I,
: r -a .. careless*
\ \ l ? ; i bred who M Wan d aba o( limfjmnni, and Mara W,
1 := FaMML a of Merriit Island,
.. prang from
,,/; ... )
wnsw few
a eLl '"
; / ......aty ranard dIM +aapnhM.u )*
1_ Vl Shut wine lass term.*!? butt
? U aha M char ft
/ ; s de IkIddM b.twsa CaM .... tti wets" employ
1 r ii. r I lid by Bail Bros. ...*.rdt Corp,
,. t a Sabers RatdakVn Ku_. COM. maier of Uwor
tM awfe reached katMiakt bit my tuUr observatory
ta tees ea.unw+gw spacecraft ..*** was attached
I oammeaisd 'the raHm ofbbaff ta MM fiw-fooi UU sad (*l
.. Has drowned the url.rucUt ..... at the time of the
cool short sleeve *551. or Laww ......" icctJaat faaw worked fur
Uo.-9OM Kjwre sa-Wa rt Nauua l Aaronauitca: and
/1 away nxmmainniiawrrounded }ws.eN-n fpaa Admmwtratiaa
i clockwise by ComsMMUtt Tina span agency suspects
Ckma and its nhV. North lIMe etoctricuy of unknown
Viet N.... Red-embau.d South onam as the must likely cause
'I. SHIRT SALE Vist Hem, oMMrabct Camhndu 'of the tguum lavMiigauoa U
and pro- ....rn ThatUnd.Effons reMmtu*. aad until it M com.:
by the weal lo turn plod all fb SM of the three-.
EGYPTIAN COTTON lax into a butter againat red sua.grwadeadMca rocket have
....naian .have been fo-M renn'maty beM
by a raiativaly small Fissure Deltas alto will "have
SAVE ON MEN'S BRENT UNDERWEAR TAPERED WOVENS wH ........ army of !iomaro nCmmmuniais ia MW thud ...... called X2&;:
Knit SPECIALLY PURCHASED who draw hMvir. U tt mure pu. rful and considarad -
to 1% leu I ITSHIRTj
or .. Nenh Vm Nam lor Mter
on aj.ri.mosIa to boodle Uua tin
Reinforced acorns, 81 Ivy. and dassks In rIM easy-car cot. 94 sad IUppQIt. X:1r 1Mda ....I ICI.

collar for longer wear. tonsrippl'mgrayon-cottanISoeevery" I the past four years. whikpohucal '----
BRIEFS; Long*wearing! ta.x o struggles among neaUabat -
double-fabric aotch ATrfLETtC important, pattern and color . but and rict-wing Ucuoot Tampa PlantForeman's

.SWrt> fee Swiss rib. Reg. 3 for %.91 don't wail I Hurry .ia now for vents-of- diverted atta doa in Viet"' ,
the Communist Pallet Lao Car
hteoed its grip on.. the cow Is DvnamiteriTAMPA
i tryside. At last estimate, Pathet
MENS REG. 2.9S PULLOVERS ,Lao controls roughly two (AP) A plant'
thirds of Laos. I foreman's automobile was demolished
i SUMMER PJ's Eo y-care Dacron polyester-coHons in Army Along Rice today b> an explosion

v. 1 84 a terrific color selection I And, good A 50.000. man right wing army as Tampa it stood home.outside his North'

\t!: 1 newsT.y'reollwinU..reshtantlteh I I trained and equipped largely I It was the third blast
'o. Pair chest by the United States ia keg cars of
pocket 3-bwtton placket. Says LIMITED TIME HURRY! strung along the Mekong Rive Sled Corp.ttOIHU'lluJFlorida employee in
S-M LeXL. border with Thailand
Hurry for best dioicelHwrry guarding weeks. Perpetrators have
Choose from fine the southern frontier regions been identified. not
still free from the Patbet Lao.
selection of solids Investigators said explosives j
CLASSICS IVYS Nan Communists aided by detonated under
f b and pints tough Meo tribesmen who Johnson's foreman W. T.
car blew
suet S-M-L-XL for best choice would like the Pathet Lao to let,two hou5et. its top over
TAPERS KNITS them grow their Opium cropsin Work has
peace occupy pockets ia continued at the
(i steel plant, struck last Janu
the hilly north central area
cry by the
< -
' Steel
- -- Work-
'f/!!' called the PUine Des Jams
lit I contract
.ikTi'1'i' But the April 18 in vlane *- negotiations
[ coup luodisok
Use over
; WARDS Convenient Credit Plan' by two ambitious right wage

wing generals has split he nonCommunist Victoria Falls Ji5 feet
camp and tat the in AMca is
nearly double
country's ahaky coataian government width of Niagara Falls and twice
tottering once more. u high.KELAND .

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Play Bridge i I Shepard Given Smithsonian's Langley Medal 1.---(Wednesday. LAKELAND ScotchTo May I. 1114 LEDGER.SI

WASHINGTON (AP) The American astronaut Navy Smithsonian presided at UK il stone flight Shepard was car included Glenn H. Curtiss.
ly ALAN TRUSCOTT - I II Smithsonian Institution today I Cmdr Alan B. Shepard Jr ceremony marking the third!I tied to an altitude of 111 miles. Charles A. Lindberg and Richard
One of Britain's presented its rarely awarded Chief Justice Earl Warren 1 anniversary! of Shepard's hi*la maximum speed of 1.134 E. Byrd. Export
leading Langley Medal to the first who serves as chancellor of the torte IS-minute Mercury.Red..I miles an hour, and a water The medal Is named' for Samuel
I bridge players and writers arrived NORTH I landing 30) miles southeast of, Pierpont Langley aviation WaterELGIN

in New York on Sunday .1 AAI1012 the Florida launch site. !pioneer and secretary of the

to take up permanent resi.cknce. 117 Members of Congress, offs Smithsonian from 187! to lint
He is Albert Dormer. AAkU2 teas of the National Aeronau-l The Smithsonian Board of Regents Scotland (APFolkswho

t.HIutborItla Terence Reese WEST EAST ties and Space Administration awards H for "special' like their Scotch with water .
AQ7IJ and the Smithsonian and mem meritorious investigations In will soon be able to buy
( books of A
of two major tavtance I
ta7$4 bers of Shepard's family wit connection with the science Scotch: water straight from
". "The Bridge-Play. K332 WQIOI5JJ nested the presentation. 1 aerodromics and Its application Hie Highlands for mix.
..."a Dictionary" and "Blue. i0/Si I lo aviation."'
57 Cited The newly formed Moray Mineral
A 10 52 Courage
,.it for Bidding. } ht'
SOUTH D Water Co. of Eight has ob-
( )
He will work for the Amer- KIS4 Warren cited Shepard fir tamed permission from the

L1 Contract Bridge League AKI courageous and pio eerincnntrlbutJonl Plans Leech and Moray County Water
to scientific re Johnson Board to bottle water from aspring
to the
< assistant league's dir AQI search as the first Americansto near Elgin. A
..tor of public relations AQI4 fly In space and the first to said company
spokesman :
Both sides' New
Ru.hard L fny were "vulnerable control the attitude of a spacecraft : Dimension
The "The water is
bidding was: and pure
while in flight duringa
Dormer Is the third IUCbt.1gisb South Vest North Cast spring water and exactly the
condition of weightlessness
arrival within the lastyears 1 A Pass 2 A pan 1r Iin Unexpected same type and quality as that
2 N.T. The chief justice noted thai used by distilleries It will be
t-.J The second (folLMing Pass 4 NT PassV
the medal has been awarded
I avid m four
S or rive-ounce bot-
this writer) was Kenneth P''A Pus WASHINGTON AP President
Pass Pass only 10 times ta the 56 yeansince ( ) ties for six pence (7 cents) and
Barbara who is now Hs establishment In I!MIS.,, Johnson adds new dimension be of two kinds Aerated for
west led the heart
raking; a name for himself In seven.
The Wright brothersOville today to his reputation' those who usually have soda
New England bridge circles
and Wilbur-received the award for He: and still"
both members may have the crucial doing the unexpected
they were of a queen.
m.2"0. Other recipients have has Invited The water will be sold Ira the
team that last summer wont But these apply only when reporters to bring
.'a Gold Cup the BritishecrtaJe no other indications arc avail. I their fanriHet to a late afternoon United Kingdom first but exportm.rltdlln
Pre-School the United States and
of the Vanderbtt ;
or able. news conference on the
the actual
hand. Dor. r Trance wfll be early targets.
t.* Spingold They won met had to guess which defender Roundup Set White House lawn. Many Scots who send Scotch
filling IAe-bard final by one was likely to be short 1 The affair at 4:30 p.m. EDT I abroad as Christmas presents

their-ernational victims match Included point,thre and! in spades and he made use Nonh Lakeland Elements r) was to be carried live by major. already send along water that's

Members of the British Otynv of a subtle. due. The opening school will hold Its preschool radio and television networks home bottled.
lead of the seven of beans
roundup tomorrow and Friday More than 1,000
Fad team Terence Reese reporters
tins Cchapiro and Kenneth Inked like the top cad of a st the school for students who holding White House credential' OTSTAL ELECTED:
short suit and West was unlikely wilt enter the Tint grade for attend cad NEW YORK AP Frederick
c;."MCam.f..re4. were eliJ1hle tO ahring ( )-
to be void m spades as the I9M-6S school year their t1lfJdmt. wives O'Neal. M, a character actor,
tMth Africa well as short In hearts. South AD parents must bring ttril hnhnse OPWI elected president of
therefore laid down the spade AStRONAUT MCtlVU MtOAl, A........ AIM S....., J. t........ peas/ .... w...t I I drt1l'. birth certificates, although .1.I Actors Eojutty Association the
A )tar sgo Dormer toured king at the second trick, and M.... torn C.... ,..... Seat Wen** in s ._.*? the t..)>>n. ii.. l mi .t... Mrs $Aped hto I children: need not accompany the Guarnier/ family '"" famous 1!Il.entl.member union of stage
Lash Africa as a member of tests discard skived the .. ....... TM enswMy ....... tin shed sneh.ror n4 ...., c..... ShpnIs.mMNs tngM se parents. Earl K wiin-maken of Cremonaf 1'performers. He Is the first Neo .

I Crash i powerful team. His but grand unofficial slant proem. tin- ..... ........ ...... Tlx weed lx. W*. .r4.d.r 10........ CAP Wnphw' Stokes principal said. I fl during the 17th femur '' lo bold the position_ ..
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tjuns ta the deal shown toC.y -
was the object of some

r,.unformed criticism It is

rant..mmonl1 should held not that be bid a unless grind *

o.-u it. and almost Smith certain appears of sue tow H You Save 7 Now !

an even chance of seek<
t seven spades, but skis Is
superficial assessment By
,-,*g for the dmp of the ONTGOAAERY

(-cede ........ South has three ON 9X12 RAYON
lances; a 2-2 division, a St*.

.irtiMi qweeo or a favorable4t
division, a total of St perm

I* addition, the (.Mentationa -

) match pot* scoring M me, LIs
sloth now standard ta InF F

trmationsl romprtitiMi ..-

tars grand stem bidding lathe 88
Mtual ciftwmtuiiret a M I
pct cent fhanre was .." .. I I IotM

M mticMm of the final

mrart ..H unwarranted.. rY Rep 9.95
opening bid of one nojvirp -
( beta*.* he was wing. ,I
the teak mMruwp popular f
u cab ratty ftnttoh players.t1 r
r4iMi are >mnh b.... ta

0IW'fI"'I weak lowTcird ma '
Vr Cash whack etpUina the I[ NO MONEY DOWN

there '"f tIN. ..,. ta preferew -
to a 'prepared bid of
.*. rM
There are several" rules of f a Attracllvt loop plltWlthtcBth
thumb for playing a two-way k kfu

*iK 11..... 'Qutetlowr I
Mi* l. an std Ides that iswarthlfM /' < '
famllf traffic
M duplicaw and I W
urnulb wortMess at rubbrr .

bndfe U is better to swami I : SUb IoOfa-back
th.) the quota M on d -Urtr'sMl I

the alMMCt of aa open- r .
tug toad ta ....1"11 U a UsE: ** 1 r 5 new soil biding colors
AIM that the opening leader t ,

CITRUS SHIPMENTS a tr ( ,{,' Easier 10 vouim

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the atone eases reached!
1IIfric.. l.4>aM of Chile ruUI-j NOW SAVE 1095

Yutd. atrswtemes of eKcepuoaal -| C

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r 12 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday- May 9, ff44 (Methodists Alter Wales Negro 'I .

(Retirement Age Is SentencedBARTOWA 32-year-old Lake,I Wake uprarin'

t Wale Negro has been given'
1 !For BishopsPITTSBURGH
consecutive: one-year prison togo

c term on charge of breakingand
(AP) The
V entering and grand larceny
[general conference of the Meth-
Charle Gilbert, JOS "C St..
ii indict Church hi* changed the
I Lake Wale, was charged In
(maximum retirement age for
F1y connection with the Feb. I
(bishop from 74 to 72.
breakin of Lewi Myers' store '
The conference alo votedTbeedsy
In Lake Wales. Uiit
night to How a bishop I \

(to retire at IS. Hit fun salary
: -N and housing allowance however De GAUZE SETS TOUR '

/ will continue only if PARIS (AP) President
be agree to be available for
Charles de Gaulle 73, who underwent -
assignment, by the Council of without
Bishop prostate surgery April

., 17 stilt plan to make an extensive
dI r tour of South America I naggingg
QUADRUPLETS BORN next autumn wen informed

LIVERPOOL, England (AP) French sources said today, backache
I 'Quadruplets, were bora Tne-

hJtJtA night to Mr*. Tom McKe- YOU MAY HAVE
IdlY. 38, wife of a Liverpool I
dockworker, but only one still PINWORMSAND Now YCIII Cd lit the,..relief roe
I \lived today, nerd from Mms bcckachc.tmdicb
The three boys and a girlwere I NOT KNOW IT amid
two month premature. PMe mmlluffveul ::.:, .VbfK theme dnoom
Each weighed only two pounds Kek W* oftm Mluto tint atft Ion come en wfek *tr-citeniii Cta
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a ...- aamI..d. EattN r.edli.e mild bladder feriuttai faUoT.g
BIT M.s.tddPM.w.matMpmrot vtrtiim and sot bow N.. fond sad drink-oftN
Ntwt riCTUKt WINS rOUTm Mill-TW* efctwe takt* IT ..* lec"TN Dallas suim wroo/lIP '"""- 1IIOCOftIfonabie fftf wnmg_
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BONDED \1 Nv*.. .. "
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wa end TN ann Tina ".&II. tbep da.dee.'. mod..r. Mcreie oapa of till U sin dd
.,"d $a da.t .r
tree debt t.kills PI..W.r.r j good sin,... .hep a.d.
EVERYBODY 414.8444BURKE tots ... _I,. Inppr rebel wfliOH Base foe
READSThe DMt Uk. chMWM with d.eare. r_SO pests.
.... ..-._ _r TOX-EOL eat, knthlp == Pia-W.rew _
Kk for the Loss Doan'sgive
LEDGER Wont Adt. CollMJ( 6-1151 To Plow Your Ad SYSTEM -am. . we. Ot Doul

In This Active Morket Ploc ; WVi I. Male l t>. KM hr chiUrai -1

Prize.Win. Cartoonht -

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wad was "hr lip I LNa$4 ..... Lae, -w 4

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I Truman's History Secure PlaceIn l

By JAMtl MARLOW {once and for alt out of lu ...
Au..detePnvea' Newt Anaty,lent tradition of peacetime toolathm -
WASHINGTON (AP) 1ta",1 .
S Truman at brisk and achy With Greet' overrvn by Comfmffntt -
at when be left' the WbMe How] gweri Hlai and Turkey !r

M I,". ria be M Friday end pressured by the Soviet Union.
If over the yean .M proclaimed the Truman Doc
etf..atfcffed, and trtnc* American help for atomanyNng

ne wonder he:1 i iHe to wrvtve. Greece $
doewt and turkey were aaved :

about btt platt The tame year be ttndd I
wu lit AtI1h rP the Marshall Plan of aid. to that e S
la la not long before Tmmaa .,.. counirtea. Western Camp*
twned. over the prtoeea-- ... put back M lea Met the g I / .
cy to D i Ht D. Cteeejhower.I.' of the non- *d world wasttpdptd. t e
the Amerkan Atst IloL limryOemnwcer. Since then the aid Ml /tit ri
"..le said M M hat reacted Sled ....... would S1"$rds4tiinn..tWb I In l..l and ..... with the air
\ \ Si I,Hit be broke su...'. Berlin ..
"one* of tjAfMralMud avttirws." M..iade In ItM be derided to t> BMl p Mfr! M '

Iramt 7w.PGISPTee RatIt the Korean war, He wa AMA.. e
dkWMd. ddMuntwd and IwiMM.
Lore Uirr lh* New York by people like Sen. JamephMcCarthy
Ttrnc rvpartai a swoop of fl who never get off
Aaa MworiM " d'Ml bark
they bated Trims small lint
ndrVat pitetdeaa They hUtJ Stltt r........ 4

may pUM Mm amom iM |..., But. the foreign pohcy b* bid a w
In the..)"1'1 to come by Cam. wn in theM )T.rt-at early
"'..... tr.k.aitnj. at t47at been laWo *d et'"rtwee

1.1MId. the Ilea saws by Pmtdmt Einenhow.jer. .
the way Uneoln M atrhwllw. Kennedy and Johnton .rtvanauant
tranktw D. l4awev.4t. WAssp.Jcflni.ti .. The1 main pant uf H
This war tKnw aM'wet Hup cwnmuMtm M Ms 11.y
Croat tat: JacUcw. Tw od rPi .' wa

JtoowwIc. *. """"-. Jwhit: What was the most tremendous .
j/i/ ; \\J JB
Adam. Ctevctond. |I dedsioa of bit preudencyT /
Just brfure N rew 4. Tra. .lit'i Mid It wa not dropping the
man. la inwrvic rub *.. i I bomfe on Japan but gowg IMO
mash .ho Kid covered hw WkwHauw ,Korea At
years, was aVd: If kef I. Ik asked :
kd it to do MI evtf .+MU'Nor.

would h* ciuHUj a ytk M' I Now >ear He lau hed and
No. M Mid and a
prettdMtt. makM d OMQM term in '* &.
that art ..... and f. tM ..11 I
far of the peq&e. u din IMJ
mi4.ey dtHrrenc feat is
MteIQat hula chile IM to;
ahw The pmideaa .mo haw'
doM ..... via were IM afratd":Party Set
to act. haw bees its must:

buted." For Truman
Now. 13 >*ar* later a errs. J
ma. said me wens ejMi>i>.
fat the urn aa*.fr "1 .-
chance DOIM.." Fiaun.c ...,There was another Nth birth
did hw utmost and .....( to be:'day party today for Harry S.
judged oa that he n adjustedto 'Truman-thia one by the men
the thought of death who were hit friend on his
climb to the presidency of the
Tenlbtt Load Shouldered United States.

He put u this way "I know They gathered, a* they do -
that when I am earned out feel each year in Kansas Qty tit
first it can 'be Mid of me: "He honor the Onetime farmer, haberdasher
del his damada&t" and county judge who

No pretideiu m hictory ever remained their neighbor even
bad dumped un him a load when his address war the While loveliness of fine
more terrible tAw, the one taheraed House gowns

.he. he stepped HMO the I Birthday FridayTruman'
WhtU House April U. IMi: .1
birthday i II Friday
war la be fmuhed in Europe:
and the Panto a country to But hell be Washington then jt D E
(for a couple of more parties. % 88
be reconvened u> pet. and.
The first wa last Friday* a I
full undreamed uf then a cold tribute by the nation' farmer -'" -
be fought
At the annual luncheon there
Except that he hAd been a is a basket lettered on the aide / '-s. /f Lf ,

hard-working seiuiia he wan with each year the current one .f.
.a unknown qiunui when be c.
being crossed off. In .
a ceremony f
became prestd He war over now more than 20 year ok ; :_ EACH
wbelmed. He Had be ell the guest drop in birthday cards H ,
moon and start had fallen on'' 0
'jfor Truman to peruse IItrr.I /
him. Pray for me," he said !I There always are distinguished N "j.
But what ha bad was iron and 1 .
guests Lyndon B. Johnson then ,
the ability to make decisions
vice president, was here two Am
What M needed wu good ad
yean ago. He Mid at that time: S
vice. Ha sought it HII first test: "When you have to hire a hall .
deciding to end the ur "uh,
to give a man a birthday partythe 1 F
Japan by dropping atumic occasion con of speak for
bomb on it* cities itself." A Italia Imported cotton Batiste nitegowns with appliques 1.88

By the fall of IMS Uw c oldl'I The President war scheduled with
1/ B Soft nylon tricot slip trims . 3.44
taking shape So ,
war was ai' to telephone Truman this after
his thinking about u ID I' noon. Call also were expected i' C Deliciously feminine nylon tricot half-slip, reg. 2.99 . 2.44
speech oa Oct. 37. W. he a..- from Chief Justice Earl Wane
moaned the United sat e i 1a' Washington; former Preal.dent /S. I D Lycra Spandex stretch strop bra, power net sides . 3.44

atomic would keep bomb the to secret be -.nt of and the 1:I California: Dwight and D.comedian Eisenhower Jack in -': ,/ E Nylon tricot gown with dainty lace trim for Mom . 3.44

preserve peace and hv tailedfor 1 I Benny in Hollywood. 'us f Elastic leg brief with embroidered sheer trim . $1 pr.
a large armed force fbmgi.1 The guest list included Cone
piled up on him but be lundlet ,stautin A. Stavropoulo. undersecretary .
them aU like iron. and legal counsel oft << CLEAKWATCRATI LAKELAND
4thST. q :T w AvINUI 0 sir :AT:
In early 1946 be forced vaiii the United Nations the persona ; N N. uu 4 v CUVIIANO ttaia SHOPPING CINTia to2' t. MIMOIIJU atvo.I .
to pun his troop out of Iran u representative i of Secretary Early in 1947 be took Awet4.,'eral u Thant.

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS But that'* just what happenedto lion game and Bauer told him

,. May t, 1N4 II When WaHy Bunker nodded the 19-year-old pitching prod- he'd go Just four or five Innings

wVaA .4w1S I hit okay to eager Baltimore igy; Tuesday when Manager against the Senators. After five
Oriole scouts last summer and Hank Bauer sent him out to the
signed a $70.000 bonus contract mound against the Washington innings Banker had allowed Just

Q with the Orioles he probably one hit and Borer was about

Hardin never dreamed that he'd be deceived Sen.tors.youn !f hadn't worked as far away from the bullpen

StunsSarasota,94 Into stardom since the Orioles' final exhibi- phone at a manager could be.

Four Innings later Bunker had

s Slants on. SportsTigers I w hit first major league victory

w M on a brilliant one-hitter andBauer

b another starter for his

Cookin'On pitching rotation.

Chuck Hinton managed Washington's -

By JACK SLAYTON I only hit off the young

Ledger Sports Editor All Burners right-hander in the fourth Inning -

Displaying a sharp fast ba l-eltJloah not razor-sharp con- when the Senators scored

tror-Hngh Mardui hurled the Lakeland Tigers to a lopsided .... their run.Elsewhere.
1-4 win over the Sarasota Sun Sox last night at Henley Field -- hi the American:

before about' 100 fans. By JACK SLAYTONLedger League the New York Yankee

The Tigers will be on the road tonight playing the St. Pete Sports td er Mew a lead bt the ninth

Saints In the first of a two-game series at AI Lang Field there. THI IAU GOT AWAY-- t V. Cmt.!*. tall, Nw Y rk Talc tt tit fitWet. slides MMy The chef is cooking up a pretty good stew. In inning but came back to nip the

I Lakeland returns Friday for "Family Night" at Henley Field Into wend .... .. belt tt sway ftwn Dxk Me ArtHt, D.treit Tlfer .........f, M 4 hhSlag fact it looks like hell be held over to serve again Detroit Tigers 4-3 m 10 Innings;

and the Orlando Twins. The Twins will be back here again .* ..M toil 0**!>. et Ywikt Sto' Mi. CMIM txd hewed sad wn Mrt It (Ins t. wild here next spring.Charley Los Angeles stole some of Kansas

I on Sunday and the second "Tiger Treasure Night. Free tickets Itr** VT iMrWr Meek Am*>?* *tw lad fielded the ... ..Uf H sewed kf Jtrrr U.,. .* Trf.ft Dressen, who got another chance to whacked City's the home Athletics", thunder t-l and and

are available at various merchants throughout the sky Contact held away few M. A.MT. end padre teat M te Hitrt U 4ft It tin V.--t| ;... Af>rrrtwtrt lead a major league club last June when he was Boston blanked Cleveland: 44

the Tiger office for details.Hardisi .rft< with snarl e.4 YmkMt _, 4-1 M 10 ...r..f.. UP Wif* named Detroit Tiger manager in place of the deposed Minnesota and Chicago were

fanned ten but walked tinned to Impress with his bit Bob Scheffing has apparently profited by the not scheduled.

nine. He also tossed four wild ting. He lined to center and to mistakes of his many predecessors. He's starling off Whitey Ford was coasting

pitches and his wildness led to right on bard-hit balls. The firs on the right foot and the Tigers are roosting up near with a 24 lead through seven
all of the Son Sox nms. He bad baseman has straightened vf Washburn Hurls Cards the top after the first three weeks of the season. In Innings when Dick McAutifTe's
noJilner until fourth his stance and doesal put
a going
the past the Bengals have had a disarming habit of eighth-inning homer closed the
be did when be finished
when BO Hicks poked a single away as
Into Detroit fresh from the warm Lake for Detroit Four straight
swooping gp
Down the right field line. Hicks up here last summer *
land clime only to fall flat on their collective faces lit* put there Tigers on lOp m the
Sarasou's made
Singled the next time he was Haley Young
vp That habit has also resulted in the demise of many ninth and knocked out Ford.
to talty a nm. a great play on Barrte William
Lakeland toed a pair ef KgMliftft son's bid for a hR la the four To Win Over Phillies Bengal pilots.In But New York rallied to tie kIt

to IN the ,..... or there night have been mot 1961 under Scheffing they got off to a good their half and then won M m

They get a ra ta the first Lakeland runs . . Jim Ley, start and the result was they were In contention the 1ft" on Tony Kabek'a tnr4
en BUI V_'s Infield single, land made a nice catch of a By MIKE RATHET produced the decteive run ta MM.Attt.MnA IT LOUIS . right up to the clone of the season In fact they and a first.pitch single by Boh-

.. error and a hit by Ratefkesrit foul fly by Hicks ta the fine Associated Frets Sports Writer fifth when" Jews singlad. ..1"1 1t_ Sk wills 1 1 ) t H4K) tl 4.t. s'I the league until September.TMs by Richardson.Joe .

Aader.s ens el line fer When Hardm was foHowing "We coutdnt want him much second and scored on AM M A 1111 Late MttWiMt ::1 4tli rU <, fcpflltf Detroit Seemed lO be t1M9VW{ along Oft el Mead slammed two

>CIn through the bB was bard better" said St Louis Manager ingle. lark Snford was 1"1 Cu.CMb. S1111aews'uha1eOM . couple ef! ryfotxJm. Intttid of die ywid spring trttatag and home l'D1II.ncI Bobby Kimop hit

the big fourth they scored low and over the plate. Johnny Keane. "It mean an winner with Bob Shaw's rifle a,' I$tlldMIM 1 t 15ntegr a 5 111 Itt I.l then tea flop It appeared. the &*f*.ta wmiWtVt even Kavt one a* the Angels ripped Kansas

four times on two wttt. singles looked sharp and by the time awful lot to W to have him help. stew! : tttM- we itt i: lhe"1MfII of a good Being tfttfitag before they flopped qty It snapped the .Adtetlcl'wInnirt.ltrea'

by Anderson Doe Pepper Jim he gets control, hell be a top back ...w vet iMiwav.t* ::..: a .ttt*"Mac"mil U1 I ItettJMOir I taMay.Freavenfry. at three.Dean .
MiMI and Vow' double to left Tiger pitching prospect . Keens was talking about tteiceewai ..**.. errs r tttl: Chance saved It for
tired They added three more L arms Carrier went al the way pitcher Ray Washhom, who CtflM tt i4inml St tI'f flwl un*wttxkwn. : ttnMilt 1111<:I daring the press tonterentes last mentk and Barry Latmaa who won bis first

.. the fifth as Lannie Carrier from first to third m Faehfsnfeld e Tuesday night made his first Natwnrmn n C ySICA.MI,. i .. .. ta late March Dresses was a.kedi "Aren't yee. testene.dshut game for Lot Angetei

singled and John Feehr boomed out ta the SI 1K start since returning from the t"r":N 111 cede.tnp.a N .11' -=:. i ,..*. atttiM I I al the leased the light bluing and the way Same of Eddie Breeeowd stretched his

a 2-fVII homer far over the! ea s e't A minors and scattered seven :.=.:A ttttMMt St : : 4MIt ..:; cwis. s M ': yeor barters are getting rWbbered (etperlalty Dave Mirka..lamT" hitting streak to 1< straight
Phfladelphia bM before seeding >- I HH tar N m; t-.a .
right field waIL Three walks tt" 0- .
followed and Anderson's infield Y :.v nMUMnnmg relief help ta HwCardinals' me ,III:I. .Jom N1.asars..w. Munching some of bis cbMi: or sipping some of bis dim Cleveland The Indians made R

kit accounted.. for another m! 1-1 victory over the ::=. : i it* M 5N SCIM. chowder, Drtesen refused to be panicked: "Well come slang easy for the Red So, commit,

flail Lakeland laHy came at .. pin 1e1e phot *. :::::..' t tit .-Mss+.1, canoe ells-aawo IN M Nan Well be an right when the season starts, Now WkHkenham [ting five error, three. of hem

the evenUi as Hardisi doubled: 11i Wathbera has purposely been t_.- H ,It WI t I t..t4Wlft ......... a M a neww as". ., l r. es-wdama has to law that good control or be gets ta trouble It dtIftm'tItMJIye by Wood Held.
5-iSs/reau ISMamerwratne
and scooted.. none oa a bunt es.. brought along slowly by Keane. ** 4M 4pr Minor *.), c...p.,. law/, bases on bI.... It means be's giving the batters the Dive Morehead picked .p the
single by Jim Mail and a wad who feels die young righMiander MM5. aweNPa L law wwa And victory with a flveffler. fan*
Mr ram 4>t wee.MM. -. Rood pitch to bit When be gets his control bell wm..
throw by pitcher Tom Sump figvne heavily ta the Cartllaals ._ 5N M a.- fling II.ttavstAs.
M M 5 15.5 5VIl bell win as for M at Jim Bumting (12) did last year"
SI ,m1.NhAb N 1 uw'rlq. National League pennant .-_ PO -_ eat M55, .. many
tar a.m a OP-tm.m,,, i I'I'a Iwie Tbe writers leaked at one another slightly ........ Dree-
chance*. A healthy Washburn .:.c.
Two walks and a tingle by *** /.sin arI Ten. solves
Sox two would give it. Louis a starting Mew. we temp Se..1 554 M. fee taW and contlmod ealingt "Have rime. deAL t>Mtworry. .."' .."' "

Hicks In the gave tin*.fee Two Sue more walks, uff that also includes Date tar tw...i Vr t*_i .e..a. .M 0.w, LeII- / Wei be att rtgbt" =--.. 4 V I '= : :1 U'!
BrogHo. Bob CHbena. Curt Sim w ...:.... f.I15., :. aa> sssI1M Y we Sav a n Suffice to say the Tigen" lave been winning with AI KettMta weI..r. 5 I 1ewess'a a1 .
a wad plat and a uc Eke A e : eti seine a co raw. a anwrier. ......... IS : .1"MsS
fly accounted for aaO rue k the mom and Roger Craig. Mews. ... 14 JI4II 4 4 .. 11 T.Nr aClass. somewhat of a slump; Norm Cask hMtng about 31, BjfBreton N :11e": :'U

.\ without a bit They tan Apparently, Keane's petmc* bw.e/w,11 .INiiiU i 1 -, n-Mrn.wwe..aa. 5here,, 1IS below Jot and Do Demetef ta the lower JWs, tferi ... w j i i i tj

lied U the ninth on two walks / is game to be rewarded. ___ .5Mehl. Demeter bas h* timely and jerry Lamp, Don Wed, Did! r-i eltUm.

end a sacrifice fly by GTp'NPLPn I Ie.4 Tired t-ICS. *-aL / M McAuhff and Bill Freebca" have been. carrying die kind .--. .11'----

V Wethbmra bad a two it abut- HTTMV*** kW Sarcasm 4* kl 4rkW Mrnc/ ? Wkfcenbam Qaftl He's already worn three ,amet. :=.C i'1115.Ne :
TIGER TALK: bt w out for ail timing but seemed .... MSai .4M *t 1 1VMM p 5NM 11111 4> M rl 41SEE < N
amo ,1,1ea ,11 4tll U U ...
ell 0 41 .* at1y.I
tat only one bit, Prpper roe a to tire ta the eighth when Tony It .t-, d til iili C< 4II LoUth, Sherry Stor 1..a..-.... M Op.a N Nh.. b ew5t
Canutes homered end Ron i ik 4tiCM flwt tiII Sir isle NtacSat M
.. N) M .MMM M 4 i/ : Mishap LoUh. tabbed a fine major league protpnct bj M M MS-S
Tartar came on ta the ninth in two 111 S.-.. Is MM
Nelson Grid Dinner finish muni*. e itttcwwMiti ::1:1: Dresses last spring has chalked III a pair of wins And wit :._ L water. u::
up. .Mt .. Paneas $ the ISi, 5.wps, a-osos..
-.r. I writers felt was the key to the Tigers' bnp>f C'OINo
many -
At San Francisco, meemvha I C I aw.o en,1.05. MaMIMM1a
Giant*' Manager Al Dark Ink 14:" U.-: < u:I II ftlttlttWKM 1111 bark. of Frank L.ry-sag failed to material But Diet Fear
Slated Tomorrow Pw.P ttt*>w > tttX44.0 I S Sac...... AMr
an etrs precaution with Wiiltc Itt: tltte bas apparently found himself .. a rebel pusher and a I** IP It 1111 ..

tomorrows testimonial May, pulled him out of the Oman e t.t: PaNa. tit utt* strike pulled by Dresden hut before the Bengals tfcparu '. ... M t 1 J Ii 1 will be take today for ttMMip because of the cold ,..... UI4t*1_we 55!.I twit Hit I Iac* 1115511.wsIM Lakeland-4he obtaining of Dodger relwf bur r Larry &htrrJ ** I' ! 114! ?
dimmest at Tb Cadet restaurant for Lakeland Coach .-tMi WI tar ki.. ta km., bew = W. lea tPM"it. :5 I
weather and let the AVai broth- si aC w yi *. M M.Mr1 ta Mk DCMUN .. for a minor league outf edr and rath-bas given I the Ticen 41---- '
L I. (Nurmi) Nelson Red *r*. Unity and Jeeua. lead the Ir.s.S tar On.i''a WK". aSS w*e 5.a. ase IS. w t-arq Msemss M a Sr a lop rtdef ace. Terry Fox bas bee all but uarlets and N A-l-
The dmner Is sUud lor 7 pas tomorrow with way to a SI decision over salters_ tit Mtwtittout tit 1 M M 5.M' I ..a.Le may N on the way out. Prior to spring trainwg one of thprrmWM
Murbum .* matter. of ceremowe*. Admittlon to SS per Houston. *-4MM r OA-"_ ......end w ass 1NIW for DratO '. was the comeback of bat w "."vr.t.11 Cv7.k, I
coach haw Ma 1.e WI awa..war. *.. 505.110 M 1N 0.-1
pUt and many prep coaches and collage fpabn Wise New. ...-****".* tww MM CM ..Its. / A-MN.wrI IN. Ie Lary and Fox. Yet. Dream ... managed to scramble bM mess Nn . a if*

been tavHed to attend the dinner honoring Nelson, who EUewbere ta the National a,5 N' -lei-Pm1 C .M I .lawsams.ea.laws *
ate_ down after l. years a* bead coach of the Lake League, Milwaukee' Warren tr-.s .-(..1> e.15555Les tt t. tatan t. I two but the >part d Jim Bwwtng and Don Mall : S sisiwea 1 A Ii-s

|*ad Dreadnattghts. Spahn strapped the New York c tl '-.f'A t t seN-MM, 4.HHMI.HI M-J AW | Tbe faM Mart .. the tyrant* fblrfs (DHnOt's farm ta ..CC5S
All fan. of tb* Dreadnoughts are eligible to attend. Meta 14 with a fouNww for *.. I i I smellIliIVllewaai I r.
date AU Intrmatienal Ltagiw) plus the fart the entire
I.mMI < 4 H M SS M the
Interested fan my place rteervaUons by phoning MU the tJrd shutout of bu career w Ian. t :I > t : I I sgwem I. tl 4 t I I fI" < .un.. ike Cbtrfi Is either ta the mlJe'S or early :1"-1/IN5.4ii ,liOS.fia .
: .
and Frank Robinson bit two thaw w.. N I 'r. I t > pitching; .. ..
147t1I homers ta Cincinnati's S-4 vie PI p.sns............t U.I I t/wes 41....Sass.a.ats .. .. /Ni11 T I JI'. mans Dressed has a potential source far burling help =. SCSIimeslian

wry over Pittsburgh, The Lot - me.Isrli.. uMa.haw. later ta the Kama* tile
.u;.. Dudger and Chicago New Women's Star law,. WtSCsl, iah1 a'IN Dresses like Sdwffwc refuaed M be d4atwbe4 by Sill lam...... ....w.11..p M telaw.........11111 N.I4I
Cub: were not scheduled. I ---- F,...'. low bauw amece last Season (JiI) or b-s in- 15Ma .N err N ..4Il.r
Two One-Hit Shutouts The. Growls on Pb8. Advances In Meet "He's to be a catcher M ant M fair a wrIC
I Jumped shiny" to bH in aprmg going great a.w w 15 15.1
lies saner Jim Bumung for FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- Ringelmons Win i and a good bMier Frwban's" making a prophet out U Cbwrk.He's mesa ere M Ml MwM In.lwM
Boys' LeagueTWO four bit* and both their run .. Barbers Fay Whet. young nm messy bating 4M .. of Monday. sight and hdwt the sea-= Oat 51. aac w
Feature the fifth tamng Johnny &..wit. cur of the Florida golf CMC)*I I The RMgetman' awept to the I ........ LOI-4at As.w I. m1aNal
meets former lnWioMer Pant, cake prwe and the Saturday"Uene American League .....
leadoff double and single by .
onrbit sbutouU, on* ta one bit ta the Grapefruit League PM GagUano produced a one run Riley of Fort Worth Tee,. to I Cbwce" tbuffl tourney Lease .. Dreuee's Munis bave beta tabbed 'buU" by lW 1_u-NrrNm.Gras tmame -.....1

the Tangerine League and one Rotary shelled Red Hokom.If Single by Curt Flood and Bell ...s.y'. second round of UM, at the Civic Caster: court aome people lor taOancei On a Friday nigkl to Minntap.ells. ells, smsr wi 55 55 50w.
J. and People Bank rompedover Whit tnen theourth Southern Women'* Amateur Galkampia55hups Benuce and Norman Rmgelman Dresses booed the entire team al a apecUl dinner al W I f
brought !
s e
were 1
ta tbe Grapefruit League, First Federal. tadD I fis teamed to defeat Aloes Scaiet'a Calf Tbe c4 the manager IRS II was a I iI
clincher. The loa
the jigM'g*"* Jut lught of the Crowder and Voylt bomered straight for the Phdlis.was Tb 3Yyarald Shreveport. Carter and Virgil Baker, 4) to retoundlng aucceM. Ibe pU>' rs enjoyed h. M.... the ......:....- L.NI 1 I'

Lakeland Boys' Baseball League ta tb Rotary victory Rue With Dark protecting May' U,. blonde easily defeated Ell.I minus I. to win the tourney rkm.. And Ie did Drruva. .be lees g.od roaktag.vhMher f .-r"-- Mint

Pubfax blanked FMC. Lea oa bl* and Garland with twotingle pulled kg muscle in the cold Uery of Key Bucayne. I amX I A field of 7 court wa la or not he', prepared Ibe mug rwV-i.. ........

Yohn's oaobmer ta tbe Tatvg **ca. bad four of the weather. Many Aba played ta first round who* Mm I play Yet Drcsse can be nunkn wiser it come to ""boeoo -
five bus collected by Red Hoi downed McCutchrt-i ...... si
Riley Mary I
rine League. Other game center field and came up with bead" p) yes. Hell have the player involved out early theas .41. N/1wsattw ..raw.
MU three ..... His Jceu of Jaiper. Ala, almost U dull It 4ttWTM
thai Muauoa will not be repealed.Att fM* W
saw Suflder. Cabinet whip First Pitcher Zeifler and Elder fuBy at I and 4.MITJ day practicing to It 1111ASMS M It tMtM
Lists Bank 1-5. and Southgate combined to allow only three collected two. Together<< they ta all it appear Dresses ban the full support of ha .* 4.II.N M tVto.
tripped Kiwanit. HUnder hit* to First Federal and fan team. He' been able to patch up a bneup that started to Naas rt ik ittiiSMM n Cui
11 batter Hylton. with two sag before the season even curled and be'. been able to ... ia JittMmM.. S ttttm
came up with one run .... l lilt*** rf lilt
and went onto double, and Day. with a double develop and come up with several potential cUr. ... i l tit*** Ik Itttlt
ta the third inning WC
... or- <
a 14 victory U Randolph and single paced Peoples Bank Its been a nice start! w 1111 Maw .
with at the plate. f.a.tes1.aN Ittt3r.
Kraft Foods Just
stopped .''''' 'VIY'ilflr .
.... iJt:
a".IUM Short Sport Notes .
a'J t .
P c : nalcSs. Will TiMH Mitt
W wtlrrw a..00W 1.K I -.ut. !.. "Bubba" Joss and Ronnie Moone>h ra. Man of Btrtow's .4M-... tar Mama ta nI >, 5-Ssn
CO GO! r IIYa ... tat Ktma IIIOi a-f/awM M
Yellow Jackets beadud for grid scholarships at theUniversity
"f\l'1 appear ...
.. lit III e
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'It r.t.lli .. .. 'toI of Tampa MM all The two Bartow gndden.Ltuonghsm MillS w IN 5554M
.Y OlkMKkM..r4.1Weta SmuBi Cut orders C ,. .. 1 i* a fullback and Jane a guard worked out ..FIlanew01Waamaam a..e M-1 MIIr ,
S M. ? '1A. .. .. .:1: who ..-. .n. OI-"._ t tel
,,- PAL .. Iee ties \': ', with the Spartan during spins drril . Fred Dapper ,
rYDSlxa. was "..w_ #7 #.a.. .11 c.Twat.t us'-. I1 I -= coached: the Bartow Yellow Jacket to a Florida State Class w ..Pestlr1. ...-.- II Ma
-f' ...
hutrw w.a.a.1a m ens I --s rCir"Iw Slsrlis A basketball ule to lase lor the Jackets' only state crown. -- -- M 51555500as
A l.. 5 __ eaw L loti r SISs.
11 RACES VAHtltllHC .. t waa 1 will coach basketball at line of Miami's new high schools I" 1 1 1
S tissueyI.e .
rr"r. BANK a 11 \.o. .rlt./.MOL II Milan.T005v5 on. Lapper currently is bead cage coach: at Plant .. w. I. 1 1 S
next sea
EACH NIGHT U. CAUMCT_ .)Riwawj I. CI. ,_..... Orvsra.a u-o& 0IIas
.. 5aa1S'v
wfktUi .
A M raw : AaIn.t .. High School in Tampa . the Sjracute Chiefs, termed the '-I. 5a1Noatan
Vk 44
Qua AAA farm team to leave Lakeland since Tiger-
R I',. .r (' 'wkit..l finest
A W radWLTi4' :.W. 11D."r.n -_ \d.'. NN.1 ...........rL. I tviaattwanolut town was established here in 'S3. have made the prophet ........... yeahhNS.w
2:00 P.M.FRIDAYSAND. ''' look good Syracuse, without a flag for decade, i* leading eel i.1.(...... n a t' Slate
S rJ ::::2 a ..... .. ..: the International League with a lofty S-l mark. including last N d ItttVMtwi I M Itimu itt4lltH -
eM JMa1u. ihaa, aM .' ."....p.1MI.. .. Chiefs also have Ossr c 41 t
.ww A Cht.. game The a seven game winning k aa d Mr
.. .
o P .It. lance M 4tllkUMt< 1115cw
EII streak intact And the good news for the parent Tiger i* Itt"
T SATURDAY Tibbetts Leaves : E:: ::: : :: 'I. that aU of the Chiefs with the possible exception of veteran PNaa' II c iiiiwlwuN lilt.tev. n liltAMW4 til

.... outfielder Neil ChruOey. are potential major leaguer . loA' w 41 IICITM rt41 ItIttt
Bear qDOU1lL f' .10", ...... i Q4UM rl 11 ) tIttt
U. 'It' Lean S
KA For Convalescing a._ hrk .. According to Murray OUermaa of Newspaper Enterprise Association ITtaa1 AI'nrl C 1111
'I' 'V"DAY" 515u111 of the American Football League club were *.n 1111 STe 1151
V..h. some 1155
i deve-
I.J Birdie I- I \0'nosh<,... 1 D..., reluctant to let their rookie play against the NFL champion ...- S ttttMmlltail
land Indian Manager
-... ,,...,, .. S liltT4)M
E UW I Tebbetts wa* to leave a Tucson -I 44mr. i in the AU-She football game at Chicago in August However Will '''va .Milt.. .
V than :: TooSry a5r4 he claimed the vote wa sweetened by a little cash from the *-1"001" ml tar Panels... a. kiw ...
N QUIHElW hospital today after more a "- M. l IMw Pt* tar MOMT hi t t $".* u
month of convalescing from a I c U,..cum..10. i.1 AI -. .. sponsors of the game . Paul Hornung. who signed Monday III lriM to .... ...... tucrUat My tar

N DOlE bean attack. Uv"t .l.uuuaA iUia M U. S.m'n. with Green Bay caul he doesn't feel he'll have trouble gettingin MU4IW 1* MlMTM 404 144 til .-.
ua aret: "IV been reading In the paper /TAT* LIAOUIOlrtoti. condition after the enforced year' layoff. "The biggest rat* that I'm through for the W' a'a'I trouble should be in regaining my tuning I'll be working 14-17. NM yet .'4. 4M .ul

L ladies Admitted season but I don't believe it." AT WORK AND fUY- 4l>,. Alas ai .... MJw.ykw aura .:..J1VUISOAV : t _p with Bart Sun (Green Bay quarterback) and with hi* help 4.dim NM...Cart..*. K4t.... COt-OtlrX

Free Thursday said Tebbetts. who has L beeIIboIpit.a1ized In555. Wt .. t4> Ittt (4t. KWM ....., .. S tuflo by 5..- I m l'dtam 1rl 1cI"kvt..:.:.:;..;:: t I 1 I should be able to regain it" . Fraulin Orth is chairman ...r...515-.l.1-AtIIIrr.rv KttaL M-Kutak t>..Men.wi."'-Me..

C since April ..** Own Masks M N.. Yer\ Mttt pitclxr Treer $..11t.4 11I1..1 . ......... .f. :'It of a special committee with the express: purpose of developing n
will the Mayo .. .. IP N a Mil tor
CINTtAL AltCONOITIONINO Tebbetts go to for 55.1..0 Hew to furs frwn lilt Ml... lob T.,.... <. t.*i>4 w= j tj atI : U. S. athlete to they can regain the U S.', lost athletic ..... 4 t i i i
L Qinic at Rochester MUUL. .... IM IttUCTtrt of the committee will be to raise U. $.'. ....... lo ..
VALIT fAKKINCBradenton complete physical examination et Casay SfeAwii pastI. 1.f nfhl pls., R UMtniAk J. |).- 5114 J&i.JF prestige. Purpose I.- Iles
U Road a and then hi* home at MUM ... wilt tut UM ..... .> Cick J.u CM. to I Iw .
; W 14 'N' t t ta
B Anna Maria Island Fla, for along to .... U fern** Ice. IM farts Ul to ....... I* kttta play our pro*-a* the Russian do-we'd do much better but msawIcaII.NHa.' .

Ittwtto 41-301 rest before returning ..kt, b.U r4 _.. .!.... Gale .....Molly *et it. Thaw I AKI1iSSbaArTO T"rMKI1RO.jJPt. Ortb say: "We plan to beat them with our system (amateur 5.IIIS.NAI NWm. v.--wPAarenr.Iamt1 Misr!,

". ".ft M iojurtM. Tk4 Sra.*4 khmktd the M.t., 4-0. AP Wirtpketo) Weal: .N .0I1aD4o.J1Ianou &wL only) and on our basis" . i l 1-1.7L AU.MWeclMI4a /.


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a LAKELAND LEDGER, Nrdne+da May i. MM -
Palmetto LeagueHas ,' ,', ;:,. '
Packers Trade # ,-.. :. I.' ,
Close Tilts '
Lakeland Grid Squad Of 90 t ; .

Polk Federal and 7 Up played'

I (to a M tie and Otros Advertising

eked out n > I decision ova Rinqo Gros (

Opens 20 Days Of Workouts I Lakeland Weed Elactrie Boys'Peh.KroLatse I ,

ibaaebaB action GREEN BAY. Wia. (AF) _..second to the Chicago Bears hi
4 8.uett.'Y two haiin Greea's Bare Pad Hormmg.thepeniteat tha West Rfligo played h* 10th
With a M grid prospectshand oil\ red teach E4 White and M His putting yesterday was M\ tile M contest and helped. "Goktoa Boy" and straight season without missing
for the ftnt workout UM! paris, centers aad tackles a parity some d the top'hue owe canaa with two singles. fiiQback Jim Taylor was find a a game, but some observe I
Lakeland DreadiUBgbts wasted I wine drifts wider (beet CatDM ticks boomed by last year'spanting I Saint and Johnson tqiDeart I stranger cp front the aeasoawhea felt k* had slowed. I
m Brae and fat right down tcfimdaiaetttals ,I and B... OvflbrMu ace. Doe Sparks, and!jtba only two hits off Baggett.Otrat f they try ta regain status Ringo, a former SyracuseUniversity
yesterday M BiD I One gndder pent the eattn, quarterback Bob Oenbrtok Tbebosky Advertising nipped Mo- u tta National Football standout who now
KrieleOTeyer Odd Da fast fat afternoon potting and the kick beck bat never played Can when phcher KHboaa am- League's top M rashhit poach. lives near Easton, Pa said bedoesn't
sea u new Lakeland grkiCOach I I I,bye spedahst Buy ton cot to football so bis duties wits be gtedtafhelastoftbefifthmtting The Packers broke ap the know whether hall con-
tat that. Kenny Deal. strictly d the speciabst nature. lo a two swesoBM offeash Bas molded tiMe ptaytag. He plana to talk
There were tt backs work vanity basketball and bawbaB The new Lakeland teach Moaa led cap Otroa at-rml the rafiy by Cash Vine Lombard to things use with his wife, Lombard
kg *. nnder Krhteateyersdfredfaa I player for the past two tea- strtMtd pas fttterm, nwvenwnts I'|with a doable sad single.Jordan's plate 13 by seeding center fiat Rhv and Philadelphia owner
vim tf ends pro* sons, wit be stricUy a panter sad timing ti rtrday's f'OUIt ewu ...... 191 Earl along with reserve fallback Jerry Wolman.Roigo .
,.m bibs CWMnlMMQ Uf this fan for the DradIISa 1thMa drfl wkJe etna werkd '...' t Groa. to die Phiadelpnia helped form a nighty
aa sharpealng kb icier -- Eagles forward wait which' helped HOT-

she linemen aad OenbrMk j... atac rar . --I eschaage. the tra ; was driniag his eharf laIke __.DRniustion thew Eagles, swinging their fourth 19. "N and ... and Taylorto
The World's'Finest dimes task ., paBing major trade sine March II. the scoring and ground-gain-
tire op linebacker LcRoy titles ta 1 O.
oat la Mack. i I Call big
'= Bourbon Lake and'a line will be a big!I No-Hitter I' fey and ttptIlO their No. 1 aeeclkm The 34-year-old Gros. The yl -
In the NFL Craft satDecember Packers No. I draft choice l
since 1795 ovestton mark right Kathleen's up to the]Helps Publix Win I three years ago after starringst !I :

I cpenwg Red Davis game Most with d the 13 lint|I'I lUT1fLEF2iRon Jordan I The trade left the Packers! Looteiana State. bad Itttlechance STATt TOUtNtT IOUNO-JVUt M....... ...... .. Awl.h0'
without an experienced center to show ha wares as tmdei .. L.b.ard Save Nib kM.l, ewe ease IIwM .. .
has been Ic t'II gradoatnnl hurled
AIM Kf AIM nil Isle'Pnbht a no-bitter last Bight as. on their roster Lorebardi plans study to Taylor ........y ..... halals/.. 0..1 IV hwk ead sold wise ..I
| wwitttjj'tf defeated abeam Bakers
I a.set.st1U be hard preiaedU 1e.3. in the Kathleen to test offensive tackle Bob, ....4 s..... Hifh tNc' MiM fifi ...1 f4e4 hi bail MM ugh ..
JJJIM c"ne tip with top replace;Lea,.. Pony!Skoromkl at the post Clark Cards lea bwdls he ..-..,. -- .... w ......... tl.yw res..

'eelta la a contest Monday Bight, Rmgo. Green Key Ma.Bays I HolelnOneHarry R. .......,
I Qua a few jailor kit* the Meetings conected on four seveothi j -
draft dmce ta IK3
gridders tram bed Saathaut bits but ootacored: Deans Sport was a key.I dark ..,.,.. thatgetfef
ta the
man although be wa FISHING-HUNTING
... Lakelaad leak* High Shop. ILlonSu 'be 33 next Nov. 3L Aa n-NFL|' dream' yesterday at
were aa kiM retteraay.TkeyeJeng famed II to hit moot|selection for the OevelaBd Heights gaB
past seven
]jJlUl( wed tvmit andaniart 'effort whfle Pubtut was banging rears. Rings was a key Mocker: caena. Ha carded a aisle.
} are eligible la partici out! six Ut off Randy Jones. as the Packers powered their! .a* a* the Ill-yard N*. f Answering i
2t ef
day spring bets
raIke 1 DUn aw tee a-t t way to Western Division tides
lIfVITalIOe .u ear w e,in I**. m and Cut: :nation of the 1JI ftI1']'.1.r Y. ..eI Sad lIte-TM.w .!NFL thampnnsinp tilt latter the graap with Urn were Telephone Calls
x woe* HKTVCKT ITIJUUT iounc vwvtr fcjutt: .w MTTUO wcrkctft win be a goad 1I Ralph Lips Slip Madte
$1 The JUIU I.IW1 DrSTIUJ'C tOcttrsotl SLAT.J1U1I; ctt a Dstt t-J t:,.* wj be as CJ JtU tj i Tb.. Packers posted an 11-!-1 sit -Paff .
i iKunced ta the near fours (. t::.a w P. __ arse .r record, last season and finished
-- ram W. JOVESFbhlnglfanthg

Several cads Indicate w* had better go Into a bit r.=rs
FREE TIRE ROTATION detail on a ftebermaa't rights tiefl oa lakes and past an some
EVERY 5000
MILES..ANY BRAND Information concerning the recreational facffsttes ta tie Croon

WOdhfe Maaagement Area a nan of the WMhlacoocbet Suit.
- -
+ .- Forest
1 First, the Croon Area-Star take Is a wide area te Ins
k4 Wlthlacooche River near the old town of Croom. eight or II
; mites cast of Droaka le. For sissy )'fan. has been a
1 favorite spot wale a few fiahermen and campers to Central

: IV\ Florida and et Jny* some prestige as n hunting area
N ll was a wed spot rather hard to reach eta sandy roads,
Riverside! but rather n*we and most beautifuL Because of these! reasons
R war highly regarded, but by only a few people HM
MONTGOMERYWARD knew how to get M.

Mourn CUAIAXTIZ Pow howfrer since H has become> a pan of the with

.......-..-.-....- t,, lacanche State -Forest and-Is. being developed a< a recrea*
1 ' \.t ?.... sac Tier, tw. ... .
:: == == rate wifii tk it New.
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sit . |*It .w- 1 M> -.N i .w. M *. !.... 4.1 awe MK t.(
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-. -w..w..r1 L rmfc 0S.wd..SNawttonal
2 ..-N.'a........n... E I
w.r..ea. :=::= c area, complete1 with newly graded and clayed (*
-.w adN.wr. I rocked' : ) roads, people have been florkkng. ta by the hondr da

a .........ewes at ea base.I Present plies tel for the tcpendtfart of sewed thousands ..-1......... % S 5 of dottart ta build ing new faci***-waier, I dtu. camping
.user a w .- I sparea, tic
The RMk la that the old -wrfd and iMorgaalMo.. candfc:
41 1i J Dons art avftertog necessary change Crowds became aa
Welt bathes sad swMmnen couldat. get ta Ih* Unndurg
area or the best sand beaches becaaat of camps

And this to why the up end of die old area on the east
-, i tide of tit river and lake has bees" closed ta cmptog-

I that K can be weed, for boat UancMnf and taimmtng andpicnicking

NEW MIRACLE RIVSYNCOMPOUND Dot an. along. the rhwrbank on the way' ta la the Uandung

area there art new camping apes Jut ctearsd-and d course
Bam of lilt old ones

In other words tnt area is lUll available for
IN RIVERSIDE TIRES DELIVERS LONGER MILEAGE I be... baa...... cllidifl&. f...... sw as it wa* before
h but N is orgaMted to Bom euent at 1MM. now,
TREAD, RESISTS SHOULDER BUTTRESS AND TREAD CRACKING IT* get to the area from this area, go sunk to Dad City
at and the* north w Ml to abuut 3 4 |ntl* north of tht Link
WKhlacooLha River Bridge turn wt (left) at the boat
launching sign)

People Don't Own Water Or Pith

Yesterday -.. wrote that if a parson got on a body U

- ?ND ND water legapyetNher arms privat land with permisaioa or)
2ND through a public ama route bs could fist aH
.. over
j Several calla reauliad. One lady coaiplsinad that ftkht
I men ,...tIed "right under my duck," and added .they bava M
right ta card my fisk''"

hi (hit lady. is wrong She owes nefchrr the water are
the .... As King as ftfhtrfMsj dust gat on her dock, or oa
her land they do haw the right to fteh- evea right coder
53 $4 $5 1 her duck!

In another srtuatiaa three people owned aO the land c s
tht bottom of a small like and ad the land around the late

One nan ward no OM fishing on the Uke but one of .11
neighbor gave same people permiittun to CTQM his land IBrt
to the take to fish. Tha first BUB then put patted sign
out ta the lake where his hoes
i WHEN YOU BUY 1st AW WHEN YOU BUY FIRST WHEN YOU BUY FIRST t And this nun Is sing property, too. He can"trt.keep peopU front

crouuig bit land end he can keep then from .
stepping on ha lend-eves that put under*.wr.
NO-TRADE-IN PRICE AT NO-TRADE-IN PRICE AT NO-TRADE-IN PRICE But he has no kgtl right to k< p any of thoaa people
HEAVY SEtVKI i' from ruling the water ta may part of the Uk -including tilt
pan which covert hif Sad
TRUCK TIRE WSYN reinforced Air Cnhloq Alva< o* ra 10%mar*WV WaSonAJr CuUOon for longer .54 sonWSYNthaAtrCemhioihrapor{ I (Thee suttmeou art based oa Floods Court decisions

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Cat top mllaoga ol tr i ... vaswl u.n' .r Jfi"; .:. +/ :::: ::: 1aN N W0M4'1uDIMI Twilight Newt. Nrliiatsl.I .
Words low price. u.u star .+. Iw. pr .X11,..... IL w. 1, fur I w use .. League will hold aa organizational "U 5.44. ma""' LrlA ,
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LOUISVILLE Ky *-.Moveover Oxford cloth shirts even the
ifI Mets. There'a a new breed shoeless, the sweatshirts, Mich-
in ole Derbytown, too. tan, Notre Dame Indiana .
8rtnasltttsataar. Like the New York who Hock these were the trademarks Saturday I
aaaara.k to Shea Stadium to root often as they watched Northern i 1 1
in vain for Casey Sten< bewbe Mm. Collegians the 90th Kentucky Derby.
Midwest are taming oat In jz"l The older generation M or
able force to *n oft< groond-4he Infield at Church'brought along their cameras
>s I in Downs on Kentucky Derby binoculars,lawn chairs and neat PHILCO BENDIX
picnic baskets. l.
Sort of a poor man't Ft Lauderdale -' Without reservations, Derby
you might say weekend lodging Is out of the
A young woman wearing 1 question hi Louisville. The collegians 4 CYCLE
tired but slightly awed expre have an answer to part
km and a sleeveless dress that of the problem.
I exposed large blotches of sunburn Many visit fraternity brothers N
had an explanation for It. or sorority sisters at the University WASHER 1400 cr
"SWIM e* the kid teat af1 of Louisville. r.-
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"Derby weekend to a big
sprint vacatie *r Easter.They're : .
far aemewhere thine. explained Stephen Ith- Compact TV
Fug. marl of Arlington Va Stephen Undertow Afjtator Opt,..,,, 6 to 10
"So they come to the Derby is social chairman of Delta Upsilon limes faster than blade 'Iita'.,. U" 0._" $12888
fraternity which took In
"Ift not rll11lril4. You have t a end washes cleaner
CIOIA COM OVtft-&.*." CNN 9.n **w rV. ... *tMM a good time and fits Inexpensive . about 2S weekend gusts."Everrybrdy i
.* ... ..... ." fines downtown on ewe. ea.wa.... .MM. ._
H fMtfc ta Mt plea to Hffc t**, < HM W. w..0. . t.
....... She said she Dunn Maileson Derby eve, The newcomers oil 12-.. .. ''" =.ra:
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Ifca Kith |MM* for Ul *4 $.4.w ta rlt 0. 'fi seven sheets in na had
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waukee. She made the 3ofrmil! "It's good for a
trip with two other coeds. !lot of them have never seen anew far easy tettina..
I FOOD NINE SCORES 13.8 WIN How does the word of this hone race and then they seethe .\
vacation fad get around? Derby for their first one" of..r utamatK cycles, eVomeHc
"KATHLCEN-Universal foods pitched for Foodtown and Wit k "By word of mouth," she replied. It looks like the new word oa water sever I
chalked up a 1)4 victory over lice caught "Yoa know, aomebod)r he campet could become ....
Foodtown In a Kathleen Boys Ms a cane at Ohio State "Where The Horses Are," Don
Minor League baseball game I vw.aPr ,..-" someplace, and he writes about ijbet\, against k PMllto
lilt night' at Winston diamond 1'--", .\01Ia-,- ,-O.r.r... ._... rs.1udr _., .tel I i hit trip to LouiIY 1e." Air Chief e
bere. ; I 11 Greg Sensiba of wauwstoMIWM / Tesnaid.r
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the winners with Howard doing];I; ;:::"rr,c m eM r +ri .., (field Derby Day, on the University of Portable Radio
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r. Quaint Hollywood Shop EATING A

\ Has Halt Million SongsBy Change Of Pattern WHE/ /.a F

BOB THOMAS Dkkensian with Hs dim light, Helps StuttererBy
AP Movie Telnlsloll Writer I water-stained walls end carton

HOLLYWOOD (AP-Thi b upon carton of old sheet music George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.
Hollywood Boulevard j I stacked In every corner Ring. M 1.L.
fits the premises well: he istheeryeyed
Looking for a Of a
you loved yean ago? Cb.ncnl with checks that CASE S-4S7S Bob O., aged ly. At a ventriloquist, he
are you could find It at Ring's puff up when he smiles Indspect.cles 17, is a confirmed stutterer. not stutter, either
that keep \
sheet store on Cherokee down his "T- -ten me. Dr. OCrane." If he reads aloud or
long nose.
Avenue Just around the eorner he began "how I c-C-can get this i* not normal
from the Boulevard.For Born In San Francfeco, he] rid of thin t-t-terrible habit?" tion ao be does not stutter. Titl4 IS wH4T -

20 yean the shop tlu|songs started as his a singing long career"",, boy with In Despite the _.._ ..__ He tea recite his line in ((71AniA wItA1 ytw DRf! '1
been operated by Stanley Rag New York City. He debuted Inan involved expla- play and not It.tter.DemoIthenes r o N
who tt short of
a man atawreand
Elsie Janis show at 10 and nation that On
long of memory. Necenar In vaudeville with some speech this corner of the "stutter
spent years
fly to, hi order to hunt op .*gs] .
comedy sketches When vaudeville therapists employ angle" by holding pebbles
from the differ]
among 450.000 died, he turned to a sheet and their his mouth, for this was
he stocks.
ent titles
music store in Los Angeles and] lengthy stresson the natural situation when
"How: many songs do I know? It did well until a fire consumed relaxation- first started to stutter.

Goodness, I have no way to fig his total asset*. .U of whichIs Modern stutterers can .
tiri," he says "But I tan find the
most requests, once t get the Innings Finance Shop good help themselves by
psychiatric down side of
title straight Trouble h. people He wanted to open a shop In] answer is comparatively tongue upon and holding one H
give me the wrong titles" I:Hollywood but his fire hour- '
ed between
.ImDr.. CraneFor their molars
The narrow. _. store. ._ *ewsI 'once agent had skipped Although they launch Into speech. i
he had no knowledge of the usual case of stuttering Bubble gum la the -
hones Ring placed S2 bets on is due to a social -
San Francisco also serves In lien of the
longshots with bookies an over 'burn' that develops becauseof bee that Demosthene r wn u.. .W1ADoESMAihlAl 60 Mff CAM PlAVCABOS
Offers To AidU. downtown LA In 30 days he humiliation or extreme embarrassment ployed. r TH w6Att RED sM1CCt3+ tc!f' MEN.Ti4ELtC .
had made MOO, enough to start .
] at the very moment Change No. 2 and you ..
S. Post OfficeSAN the Hollywood store. the victim is using normal find that the stutter \ ---v '
"This place has turned a profit !' conversation in his native tongue usually stop stuttering
FRANCISCO (AP-The from the day t opened U.S. Post Office was offered Nov. IS, IMJ." said Ring The There are thus three elements Thus an American
a temporary financial aid by t reason appears to be that his to the stuttering complex can usually tpeak fluently 11
San Francisco city official Mon collection of old sheet music Is which you can visualizeas French or Spanish. l

day. unique. corner of an equilateral Or, even if he adopts di.lectal
Informed that the downtown triangle. brogue or a cockney
f Rincon Annex post office branch BUTLER ARRIVES (I) Normal conversationaltones cent he can usually .....- =..", L .
would m longer be open .ntfl MANILA (AP) .Foreign Secretary ; tmootMy. 4t
: midnight weekdays, supervisor Richard A. Butler arrived (2) In one' native/ tongue: Now notice No. 2. for I. .
George Motmne wornied Uaatl! In Manila yesterday for! ()) While speaking to human sthenes also talked to
the city pay for staffing the : two day of talks with Philippine companion waves which altered th
I office at night for a rnonth-or leader and said be is1 Alter one of those threettf'Mrt point of the triangle
tiM$ the federal government here to try and enlarge the any of that famous "stut Stutterer can Unit :
straightens' out hs financial area of peace In Southeast] ter triangle" and the stutterer easily with their dog 0 ..
problems. I Asia. bored, too
free himself from slaveryto
Far stets ring I* a
the little cluster of unruly specific patter of t' BE PUic1Y
muscles that have
SOONi "CLEOPATRA" YCIII'k.'timt "trick" .goP :
example, a stutterercan
tT"raw +' I pitch Ms voice higher or unruly cluster of invade i
DOOM OKM II 41TODAY altering any of those
: lower and then speak natural-
factor that comprised:

lll Ute A'" MATINEE THE THEATERSrt.u. "stutter triangle .17
Relaxation aw! help
SO' .:: tb.1J+PA.1, i I .. spiesonvu .' social poise It likewise I
::: 'l!., w. fatrwfTa ficial but stuttering of
-..'r.1nf.... Pet of muscles nay
.. taw.fa wtlw.r .* Dn tl a chronic treatment U keep ........-.. -
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v* victim free from this .
"yIGitNai" $H ****** *y-. o x*'- *M 'TiHt ..
e t 2 .1.1$1.:11' -, .... duster of mutcicc
> > a" ttDRIYNN .
"". .r 0.a.n. ?... Pea So send for my
I ass -... '."h...___ "How to !Stop Stuttering"
i",..r, ,_ owe. .._ w... dosing a long stamped,
wa snw ._ .....'... tura envelope plus 21 cent
I "BRCATHTAKINO AS'CL I y .-=..:::';';. For a tttp of the tongue
CIDT-LA Tlmtt ....,. gT1.tuTi .. a timid Md who I* ....
I"p', ..... ..., The
55 : tenstoa, may cause the
DAYS OF TITANIC b';... ref that aunt a chronic

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::1.." I 'Vwt.s ....... Lakeland

..a.; '...wwfar........ tl.Iw ... ... Tax Refund d'4 Carroll Righter

r ij 'g 1 "oJ--- . __,
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land wO receive a refund I
over 1201 for taxes paid to t

0 ., THEATRES county oa property bring vpand. ,

Of IN ',IO. -4NOW TilOT a* a street ta the Laurel : (Drmtr n
..M Tfc. NMT SuhdlvMton, aoutheast of a) G / 0* Out T. A Meet I County commissioners a real fame at upper-

= proved the refund )' your mind now, a*
C..tOOI NI654Ti1St after County Attorney John you ally yourself with 1 ,#
wtU mud tax** have bee Big money cam
S."lce CorgiWish sea i>d against the your Show you have
A Pe. eves though the ey of :

land has maintained It a (January 21 to
street for aeveral year*. I )' It) Sine Out it th* I
Dawn explained that Age, you eaa make I
A PRpRo Nspryta 2-IIG COLOR HITS tonfuaioa apparently .' now nice to

+ 1 1A ae.6S see."u1TICS_. u.. from the fact that the wry '*, UM new ayttrat: I
Citohmftv.T structed Hawthorn iced your thmtag pro-
ir *1tAJAMA the property without ftrtt Expand in several
I It CAMfTOMORROW ting atfetdfer it
- I N* Slgaal (February 2* to
nun !) You seldom tap In-
I Also yecuirday. Couwy turn; and this it a

w 4 nest UsMo ttddieg to rely oa- cat that
commikManert that the $
$ to get. big
Road Department has re<;
Big r cort Hits mended that traffic : people more tactfully A IICYCU tog THI IAIY_M-f A..ewdn. IsP.liS...

10UCCO lOAD" signals not be installed at \:control. CHILD your IS temper BORN S M.M..t is t1a' -.1". u f w *'* ........ .....* tt Mary' TrPU. >"
"cuns or WUTITnitUNOtt Ukwracctionc. on which there it bound to be Ms.,, .004 D.k v.. .. TW IW VM 0,441 Jk*," ..*..

IOAOM studies had beta requested. : here and it 11:30.10:00 PAM. UTI .. U' CM .*....*. (la..
Th intersections Ions. ...e,1Soviet
southE m wsr were early u life,
gaa aad Combe roada.
your progeny
and Cobs roads and peraeverenc and a Hugo Grouts, Dutch lawyer
1 Road >7 and Drat Field spiritual soul Teach Soldiers I and atataanua to conaideftd at
alaar Uiclaad.
1 pay atteation to >- th founder -
being of Imenuuooallaw
Me TMUKUAY la other action the Goods
TON Urge projects eaa Trading I .
SUM M the
set a*
Cerl..* ........ Nit** May practicable profit- I -
A" r-_..TI.Uiri for a public hearing on precise during the .....
For Food
T A T u.. vacating of two alley in LiquorMIAMI "
TONV tune Ml of this most tar ,
"atE OUTSIOII" 'm and awarded a *
chart II ue a AreLIQUORS
to R. W Decpard Coutruc
.. eves I (AP) Russian soldier
AT s
.. Co for aa addition to the
M| (MAT** M1ME ar* trading Soviet-made
MANCHURIAN ty stockade
SAMUEL BRONSTONKCUI5 CANOIOATTCAR40AD Decpard bid CMM on Man Finds possession with Cuban to obtain
HESTONGARDNER stockade projects which ; more food and liquor, a fatE

acheduled to almost double : To Cut Down newly armed nile Mid ya-
I"" .. ','ltJ ,capacity of the atoclLade.I terday. CUPS

CARDINAL ARRIVES Job The Russians who visit North
I ..
(_ _
N-I-T-E ROME (AP-Stefaa I Cuban port also speak Spanish
Never reckless E .,......, *.." THUMtAr Wywynski of Poland I now," said Andre Plain
hero like the U.S. "StVtH(.....'MnM.. .THIEVES'.O...... Rome >esterday to !I | she 'like(AP)to-tear A old fisherman from laabela SO-year de THIS WEEK $AVE

Marine who smashed rvw AT t... OMtv meetings of the Prepara *a and put them back Sagua. u Us Vitae province onCuba' OLD CROW ............... 3.11
ConuniitioB for the thud
the towering gatesof ".., em 0 Dolphia" I I talon of the Roraaa ( : again" hat devised a north coast OLD TAUOI 16' .. ....... 3.31OLD
Peking! Never an NlVENBESS Tsc..cotoa reducing drastically Plain Mid there wat a notic-
adventuress like ,Ecumenical Council required to perform recent increase in fee number rotnnt 100 .... 4.ttSCHENUf
Job. of ships in his borne
pun ItUlVI. 3.atOMB
the woman he met
W. HowelT method!"Most are Russian, but there
there! Never a the hydraulic brak!are also British Greek and 14- lOtttNG CHAR l-tt

mighty picture ..mwNlawMTODAY I of man T2A in jets 40 minutes can be'bantam vease--.u" loading Cuban OMi rUSOKAl CMOKf S."
like this! sugar be Mid.H .
k kr My it now takes skippered a 22-foot open OMI VODKA M' .... t7t

JAMES BOND IS BACK I three day to do the I wooden boat, carrying eight other OMI VOOU 100 . S...
exile, to freedom. The
I IIJmDJ- on the accomplish-! group
: ,was picked up by the CoastGuard HEINtKUrS IK 6-fek
Navy sad it bad com
last night CO miles can CINESU ILLS ttcHAUAN
i1 FROM RUSIIii Howell five times for of Miami
: The hydraulic flush SWISS COLONY

-VHTHLCWE out on Howell' own i WINES Slat tt(
cost of WO, the Navy RUPTURE-EASER

SUPER.TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLORRORAR08SON [ / ,; DmrrasliSlOO formerly of Columbia.! 1.r.TI rn trrri 16"'.lu.ii. i

mcD-::'. ":' & ui duty ia the Med

JOHN IRELAND HARRY ANDREWS LEO GENN 5...... .t when the Navy an
ROBERT HELPMANN-KURT I11 ,' 1:00.1:05.511-1:11.:1' I his newest idea. I

"""S PHILIP YORDAN BERNARD GORDON Safety Awards .... .. eve. .495 .::. 1011 Hg1Ma 3cMW.
like to tear things = ==t.-:: - . -
I MUH 5 t> [ them out see what ----- -.
"THE THIN RED LINE"S4TUaDAY Yr.rr..Y.w..r.r. ILYD.r. .
ARTISTS work and make on -
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday, May 1.1H4 37

What's your problem? Far \j5 ? ALSO REAP.

write to
oeN'Ol reply

Play/ /It Straight/ / Hill lfddrmM4 Abby, Calif Bm. JJS5 end, =, :3I5F.A5E ) '", IJL

I v lope. Abby avert .n ., 6l \- J

Abigail Van Buren 1"1.

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DEAR ABBY W. were married 14 yean and 1 never "thank you notes." In spite of this the gifts poured m. Why DOGDATta4 KIDS \ ti Tt7 WI'J% wE GOT P FAMBULS IF OUR 041W.J1J GPfM UP

dreamed that anything was wrong with our marriage. Suddenly cant people be more considerate and oblige? 6 WELCOME pppr KICKAPO .10 XA7RRi'BOji LIKE 'Wt-IT'u.PE THE END
my husband Matted to take an Interest hi poker. Last ANNOYED UlOrchJICE': Do1TNCEDM usAMU rFUTUrtt: KICKAP00JQ1/JUICE
DEAR ANNOYED: Aw e'fmM. Ingrained aren't I
March he went to a poker game that lasted all week. At the retponses ..
easuy changed tarely, 1M can find Mtmethmg other des.yeer .
end of the week a woman called me three time m one day & !!
letting me that the and my hatband were "1ft love" and he friends genemhy to "annoy" yea.
didn't have the nerve to uk *
me for a divorce. I told her if
DEAR ABBY If that 11-vear-old girt, whose drinking
my husband wanted a divorce: he would have to ask me for It.
He still Twtnt asked me. and 1 am keeping mouth shut father hocked her boy friends ring, wants to get the ring
my back an she hat to do is to the and demand
But he ttra llys poker" an night twice a week. I am tt. go pawn shop v
she It 21 and my husband is K. If he the h. If they do not deliver up the ring she can get the cooperation
gets "9 p nerve tooak
of the police In recovering stolen property (her
me for a divorce It win( tear up two set of children. ,
father DID help himself to the ring she stated). Otherwise
Oura are S..7. 10. and 12. Hers
are 4, J, and 10 months old.
she can (through a lawyer) replevy the ring by legal _
What should I do? process.It i-3: "
_ c'! .rAarrru v?
all depends on how far the girl wants to go In making 11 __ ,e .: Is rs aka si.ID' A t. iTJwnt -
WAtTlNO things uncomfortable for her father In my book, anyone who

DEAR WAITING Get Mme counseling from either yew hocks property be does not own Is no better than a common "i' ter nori"ER aMp 14EU.O vouvcuSPEAXOX TES, ors we PKZIVE EARTH

clergyman .r yw family service ......t.... and try t* pot thief. &4 THE *FAP*SIDE C3* etOTTER AJO LEARNED' [ TV POCXWAMS.ALTHOUGH.,
necessary fr year tratband I* seek female cwnpaatomktpelsewhere. 9 IS TAMMG PLACE.w .
Yet may M like what yn lean, bat It etatd DEAR ABBY: A agree with your answer to "PUNISHED 1"- $
II,.. year marriage. Good hidu ENOUGH" Twice I've had to can my parents because I '

was roma to be home later than I said I would, and ft sure ( r w 1 1THAR

helped to give them confidence in me. One night I ended up '
DEAR ABBY When I had my marriage announcements an hour and a half late because of car trouble. But Just :

printed. I had the following message placed at the bottom: because I called home and told them they weren't even mad I II

PLEASE-NO GIFBI I did It for three very good reasons: shudder to think of what would have happened if I hadn't wrt.
(I) I do not need anything. (2) I have no room In my small called them. I

apartment to store anything. (1) I have no time to write D1M&ATIMEPUZZLE

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ee/eaa_ unaww spat more quickly u hot weather I

u"cr. when away from refrtgeraIMM U Yesterday Puzzle W1 4 It . _
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Salesman .... THAT AN IN4 -
LfUFAOPE.Yesterday's : Marl fON.

Gets To Keep Cache Of Arms cryptogram: ...

n f A It t I f A 1 Yacht and duijiy race inregatta. l

His BeardPETERBOROUCa Found In CubaMIAMI A t I I t t 'I L .


(AP-Ivor Lewis fired England from (AP)-Havana Radio i

his Job as t clothing salesmanl, said yesterday a cache of arms
for refusing to shave was found by a Cuban fisherman '

beard was back at work yesterday '. at Las Lives Key. oft the ANA I( V7 rrrSi4TfAS>}
of Cuba's Pwar del Former Aide I
triumphantly bearded. north coast Kennedy Resigns H
The 20-year-old salesman hadtold I Rio Province. Cuban uSTLL A LfrnEsQG4 BTKfiA4CtE CNJ'ScREAH CFFTMAT STCJMA04DEAR /
broadcast PoP
his story to the newspapers pESlc t
Monday he and his branch manager .. government communique that WASHINGTON (AP) Theo' statement Monday which laid +

John Bowyer were summoned , the "arms and explosives data MOSCOIO a one-time bright Moscwo's counsel wiD be lOre- .. 4 IW II
headquarters . were made in the United States star ia the Kennedy adminiatra Jy missed by "ail who have ''II '
to company ti
in Leeds. and brought to Cuba through the Lion u key man ia the Alliance worked with him ill this vans TT a ,!II' i atti oJtta

"'T be directors inspected the, I&IU&Imetitods of infiltration directed for Proems but shunted to a cooperative undertaking."

beard and considered it not toe I by North American espionage Leaner task by President John' MOiCOIO, a Puerto Rican, Is ,. rI.
exaggerated and said they had I agencies" tan. hu turned ia his resiana' realgning to accept 1ft appoint :
no objection to ).Ir. Lewis con.. The radio said the cache consisted tea meat by Gcw. LUll MunO& Ma I ,riw
turning." Bowyer reported. of IS military riles 12ono Jo"dllCloIed .IOICOSO' rill of Puerto Rico .1 a memo
Lewis' beard comes d I pistols. 70 mines, a quantity of resignation II U.S representa. her of a federal commission Ic:

both sides of his face to an im. small arms ammunition and 15900 ,- Live on the AUlanee's Inter-!study political status, Johnson

pith point beneath hu chin. pesos. American Committee with a said. _.


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United Arab Republic today to I ii u'. / iTAits htr55., 11_". Cet1I-TaH DLrlslSS M ,*rd atrdtlir Md

extradite fugitive Neal Hans n 'j? JB '.0 D1tmiiLs _.' J1'.' 3044 Plsilde sisntas II" ....... MV-I7M.: AH-A411.

Walter Zech Nenntwkh. But 1IIt-. Iii 4M l5M .,..5h3h11 ........ MeOL .5
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lieutenant con =--v radAr Iii P M BMM, *. MfAxHiibH Pr* [Mil SHMd (r.4MW. [....- ... -. WI 5h ....
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massacre of Polish Jews. tti a.. *. ... W71L LMnr.UYISTOOC .
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