Lakeland ledger
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00001
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Tells Of 2,000-M.P.H.

f WASHINGTON (AP) President [ room, coincided with the end of followed suggestions
Johnson took the wraps off his first 100 days In office-days by the Secret Service and
a five-year-old military secret which Johnson said havr produced rector J. Edgar Hoover
l Saturda', disclosing that the real accomplishments the FBI.

United States has developed a Clearly, the biggest surprise -The President said he
high-flying Interceptor that can was word that the nation now neither discussed nor .

lice through the air at more has a needle-shaped plane plans to carry South Viet 4)I
than 2,000 miles an hour. called the All, perfected under guerrilla war Into

Johnson said this plane I il a program that was, amazingly, North Viet Nam "I think
capable of a performance that kept secret since the effort was toe much speculation has
"far exceeds that of any other launched In 1959. "
ready taken place, he i
aircraft [In the world "
today. Other conference highlights: adding the view that much of
Development of the hitherto Johnson passed up a chance was without justification"
nupersecret plane was an- to deny a report that his Thursday '
nounced at Johnson first news trip to Florida was cloakedIn -William B, Bundy now
assistant[ of
conference to be carried live to stringent secrecy because of secretary
the nation by radio and television a tip that a Cuban suicide pilot will succeed the recently
signed Roger Hilsman as
might try to ram his plane.
The conference with Johnson Without getting specific, he said tant secretary of state for ;
Eastern affairs Johnson
facing 305 reporters from the he had been told there were
head of a shaped table In a "reasons for taking additional[ "This whole area ( |

State Department conference precautions. And he said he (Turn to Page 8-A, Column ) ( ) I

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r President Says Viet Nam Airliner Down In Alps ;

War Up To Its People I :

.. 83 Aboard Feared Los

By MAX FRANKEL heavily on the judgment of

@}fiefs Uotrlt times Ambassador Henry Cabot
WASHINGTON President Lodge in Saigon. A visit to .
e Johnson said yesterday ,that South Viet Nam next week by -
the United States mutt relyon Secretary of Defense RobertS. Fog Barred LandingOf

the South Vietnamese to s McNamara will yield another "
defend themselves against i appraisal and appropriate
communist guerrillas recommendations, he added
The President thus implied at Interests Protected III-Fated Craft .1:

a news conference that he was
not prepared to commit to full "We feel that we are follow. ,, ,, ,
combat the 15,500 Americans ing the proper course and that 'A' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

new advising and training. our national Interests" are being INNSBRUCK, Austria A British airliner carry

South Viet Nam's army, dent fully asserted protected, the Presi tt'v ing 83 persons, barred by fog from landing at this

He said it was a disserviceto Winter Olympics city, vanished in the Alps Saturday,
speculate about the. future a The' net effect of the President The Austrian Press Agency said it is believed to have!:,
of the anti guerrilla s remarks was neither a
crashed within a 30-mile radius! of Mt Patscherkofel.! 1.
forces and specifically about denial nor a confirmation of
Mt. Patscherkofel, site of 'a
possible extension of the war persistent reports that the Administration .
downhill ski race' In the recent
into the territory of North VietNam Is studying the
Olympic Games, 'is a 1,373.foot
At tb/i same time, he possible need to support the
peak five miles southeast o(
guerrilla war with direct or Smathers
reiterated his[ warning to Innsbruck.
North Viet Nam last week, guerrilla assaults against
which gave life to much of the Noah Viet Nam Hits Traders Austrian and West German
rescue teams launched a search
speculation: Some of the speculation of v,
"Aggressors who Intend to PRESIDENT JOHNSON which Johnson complained has that fanned out across narrow

envelop peaceful, liberty.loving administration should work for suggested that U.S. forces may r t tr With Cuba western Austria and the nearbf
# frontier areas Fog, rain and
p free people and attemptto the 'neutralization' of VietNam have to takeon combat as
do so through aggressive signments .and ferjjip* :even I' snow cut vIsibIlity
WASHINGTON (AP-If former '
means are playing a very participate in ,raids against M Aboard
dangerous game All In all, Johnson said, North Viet Nam In two allies and other free world '
there has fcewi too much specStation I nations 'In trading wIll The plane was a four-engine
; phrases yesterday the Presi- [ persist i
Situation fi
already much of turboprop, Brlrnnnla of thatag-
That: what I said, that I Is1,Without I :'Justification,., He possibilities dent cast doubt. upon these Communist. Cuba, Son George Ie Air'ioes! bedrtjiff a ere" of

what Itrntant and that Is a sometimes wonders, he(remarked Smathers.;D-FIa, said Saturday, eight and 75 passengers from
He held
very dangerous situation there how Gen. Dwight D. to past assertions this country should demand that ondoft, / The passengers were
that the Is
and had been for some time" Eisenhower would have fared Vietnamese war affair and primarily that the a they repay billions of dollars i ipastdue In described as mostly tourists' An
Johnson also said, however ,In Normandy in World War II eirline spokesman said manywere
U.S. had to the debts to the United
that despite the difficulties it if the world had heard of his South Viet Nam depend ArmyThen upon ,Greeks Demonstrate Against U.S.Gr winter sports enthusiasts
was unjustified and harmfulto plans to the extent It has heard State The U.S. Air Force said twoUI'
of In VietNam in commenting on future strat- Is about time that the U.Sjtirts ,
American plans 1i Force Rescuemaster
"that we are losing .
suggest egy, he emphasized that he irua'tnti amok Hwough' downtown Athens carrying 0 bras drawing of president Johmon
the fight In that area or that was talking about the strategy in o Turkish I... They ctoimtd the Vetted States was taking Turkty'i side In the Cyprus Crisis, acting like the firm Uncle t Tying parachutists and rss.
there." The administration is In sum of old rather than the fat c ue teams had been sent from
things have gone pot "of the South Vietnamese" A print tarrying the Grnh flag/ laid tho parade. Ida students wan dtntonitrarlng/ .1.. In ivpporf
It was also a disservice, he daily touch with the situation, 'Sugar Daddy' which apparently I estwlck Airport In Scotland
.f their govtrnmonr'i Hand Cyprus and agalnir the North Atlantic" Treaty Organisation' >AP "
'Johnson's on
Presumably, ,
added, to recommend that the; the President said, relying some of our allies think we are, I o join the search
strong emphasis on the role Wiraphoro via cablo Iran Atkani) f Smathers said. The silver gray plane was
------- i' of Ambassador Lodge was in- I* "This country is firmly com. due to land at J Innsbruck Air.port .

tended also to head off a par. I British'Step'into, milted to the eradication of communist .. in a valley cupped by

(Turn to Page I-A, Column 4)) Bryant Pledges HelpTo r terror and subversion,I nountalns. at 3 p.m. 9 a.m.
from the Western Hemisphere,'' EST; But low clouds and fog Intervened
A u Smathers a member of the Senate The pilot evidently
4x Foreign Relations and Finance circled a while at 10,000 feet _

Viet Nam Curb FEC BlastsMIAMI Lino;Of Fire statement.Committee, said In a safely There above were the differences mountain tops.of

opinion as to just when radio
CommissaryThreatened (APGov.. Farris has been used Florida[ has an AYI0S TIIEODOROS, Cy- Trade Expanded contact was lost. The Civil

Bryant threw Florida resources explosives registration law which pru>s f AP-In) a breathtaking Despite this, the senator said Aviation Ministry said the
Saturday behind an effort already would make it Impossible to buy display of courage, British several former allies are expanding plane's last report was at 3:13:
launched by the FBI, to large amounts without leaving a trade with Castro and p.m. The Austrian Press Agency -
bring halt to lawlessness along record.An soldiers Saturday deliberately "keeping his patched up said the plane radioed from

SAIGON South Viet Nam the tracks of the strike-to FBI spokesman said the//look up standing positions In omy afloat the Patscherkofel[ area at 3:IS.

(AP-The commissary where Florida East Coast Railway. agents are operating on theory*.the line of fire of battling Smathers said other free econ'i p.m., and that it Is believed to

American housewives shop was Bryant, under fire from federal that the dynamite was brought Greek and Turkish Cypriots nation, including France, have crashed between that time

placed under heavy guard Sat- officials for lack of action in from outside the state, i In/Vio' Rather than mow down the Britain, Italy, West Ger and 3;23 p.m,

i urday. U.S. officials received I during the violent 13-month-o. lation of a federal law against men of the Royal Innlnkllling Belgium and Greece should: be Had Two Radios
report Communist terrorists strike, told a special news conference interstate transportation/)C was cooperating with the United
Fusiliers In cold blood the
"The plane had two radios!
planned to blow It up he had formed a team under this law, he sal id/Urn t the States In an effort to stamp out "
of Investigators from the Highway combatants stopped shooting. aboard, the agency said "It.
The commissary, containing a FBI took jurisdiction the Communist beachhead In
cannot be assumed that both
Patrol and the State She Battalion Commander
supermarket, Is run by the U.S! In entering the titillation, Mal Cuba, went out of "
armed forces In Saigon. Security iff's Bureau. which director J. )Kdgar!! Hoover John Bdssett summoned lead lie said these same nationsowe Its estimate of the flight radl--
officials regard It as a prime He pointed out, however that called the No. 11 ifem of FBI business ers of the opposing forces and multibilllon-dollar debts to us was based on the distance

terrorist target especially on the FBI was handling the Inve. BryantInvoked powers reported he told them "we the United States as a result of the plane, which cruised ...
Saturday when many American tigation Into the dynamiting of voted to FlorJoa chief executives In two world
will be very unhappy if they aid to them the about 330 miles an hour, could
women and children use it. FEC trains and was doing I In 1955/ wars which have not been paid. cover In the few minutes of
start shooting again. .
good Job, and the state agents considering serious effort has been madeto
Traffic Routed He said >e also ws No silence
) N won't go Into competition with the possibility o, islng Florida [ No CasualtiesThe collect them All reports said the plants'
( Traffic Into the
area was
Y ta dwe.A,:"T ,a6e ic3i P6'u routed facilitate them National Guardsmen to patrol ) British gesture may If these wartime allies 'per fuel reserves would have been
only one U.s.way to State Law Violations Sought tlJ/railroad. And he urged !have staved off at least tem slat [In playing both sides of the exhausted by nightfall.

AP. Wlrtpkofo checking by military po Bryant said his team alreadyIs all sheriffs in the FEC operating porarily another all out burst street," Smathers said tils coun Officials said it must hspecrashed
I lice.Other against one of the towering :
All The Comforts Of Horn U.S. military policemen at work "looking "for viola' (Tarn. to Page_8-A, Column 5) (Turn[ to Page 8-A, Column 3) (Turn to Pane 8-A, Column 6)became mountain tops of the Alps,
Mattered quickly throughout Lions of slate [aws. He announced .
Saigon to check on South Vietnamese also that state-ownec I I i'

On The Inside police assigned t o, airplanes will patrol the 360/f/fA.
guard Americans to be sure miles of FEC tracks betw }' 86-Year-OldDean' Kennedy:
they were at their posts Miami and Jacksonville. /
U.S. and Vietnamese officials Bryant acted after conference! Children
Rock 'N, Roll have tightened security in Saigon with Labor Secretary W/Wil. Of Citrus Men. DiesA.
lard Wiru Earlier, he paid the
since the Communists - I
This wild squirrel took quickly to the comforts of fighting' a guerrilla war against federal government had preempted VERO BEACH See Circus
the field and, the stat a m A. B. Blue[ Goose Inc., one
home, Including a doll's rocker and a bit of cracker the government-launched a Michael 86 .
the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Noderloc la LaCrosse I terror campaign In Saigon would keep out of until federal owner grower, year- producer old citrus, of the big shippers In the country WASHINGTON (AP) Mt .

WIs. We hope todays Ledger will prove com- aimed at Americans. The cam [ efforts were exhausted president of Deerfield Groves, John F. Kennedy took her chil.
Informative In home.A palgn started with scattered James J. Reynolds, assistant dren to the circus .
Sorting and entertaining and your of had criticizedthe d Inc., and vice president emeritus Served On Commission Saturday, ,
and pictures on Page I-B tells of a gathering ef bombings against American soldiers secretary labor of Florida Citrus Mutual, Like any other kids, they
story si
Michael the Florida
"strange was on
Lakeland On Page J-A there Is a story outlining then expanded into bomtngs governor/or died yesterday of Injuries re- seemed to enjoy It a lot. Jo&a
mayors. of bleachers at a U.S. lence" during the months when Citrus Commission during the
Jr. 3, stared In
ceived late wonder
the cross-stale barge canal to the DetloD' Friday In an automobile tijd
the value Army Softball park and a theater more than )00 acts of violence administration of Gov. Millard turned to his mother
to ask
And. on PageD, there Is a convenient on U. S. I, en-
space program. ; attended by Americans. Two were occurring along the rail. He lived Ii Caldwell, and had been an officer cited questions. Caroline 3
additional ef TheLedger's nearby Wabasso ,
order copies
order blank to soldiers were killed In the softball road. / In at [least half a dozen laughed and clapped at ills
Decade for Decbkw Progress Edition, which park and three In the thea: The State, Bryant said has Florida Citrus Mutual new other citrus organizations clowns and a German chimpanzee I

will also be the paper's first regular Saturday morning ter. Nearly 100 American civil, n'jver some of the enforce headquarters in Lakeland was He was born Aug 23, 1877 In act In the center ring "'
named the A. B.
edition. It wW be published[ March 28. an*.and servicemen have been men Iclionl at the request of In honor of his work Auditorium PawPaw, W Va.. and movedto A classmate of Caroline.:

wounded. thFBI Wabasso 77 years ago from Agatha Pozen and her
Four trains have been blown I Michael[ was one of the founders mother
there Michael was known as Mrs, Walter Pozen
Amusemeuts ...... 10-C Dear Abby _. 11-C Lodge Threatened flff the tracks this year. The last I .of the grower organization. the "Dean of Citrus" in Florida the party. were also.In.

Bridge ....__.. 5'B Editorials -_._. 4-A U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabo two were wrecked Thursday, The children of the late prtsl-
inthe At his death Michael
Lodge has received deaH when President Johnson was was
Citrus ....-.... ..".... M Iloroscope.IlCClassified threats and travels only state on a political tour. i director of the Indian River Survivors Include one daughter dent attended the morning per.
Sports ........._. I.C.D Mrs Jeannette Ller of formartce of the Rlngllng Broth
... ...... 7.11.D with guards, informed sources :Shocked, he Issued Immediate Citrus League, a director of
Wabasso; two sons, A B Jr., ers Barnum It Bailey show I
Comics .. ......_ 1O.11.C Stocks-Finance 10-11-B say indent to the FBI to stop "this j Florida Citrus Mutual and of Delray Beach and Joe of The Kennedy I
puzzle 11-C Women ....... .... 1-10.C The Communists are distributing \ :criminal action." j president of Derrfield Groves party sat about '
Crossword Wabasso; one brother, Claudeof six rows from the front and]

Deaths ..........__- 8'A Weather Map.. 8-A for a leaflets big sabotage in Saigoil'drive calling to heir FBI attention agents reportedly first toward turned the He the was American one of the Fruit foundersof Growers Hollywood, Fla.; three sis- there was no special effort ".'to.

reach a climax Tuesday, source of the dynamue which A. B. MICHAEL Association, which later (Turn to Page 8-A, Column 2) (Turn to Page 8-A, Column i)

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2.;*._ WKEIAVD LEDGER. Sunday, March I. INI
Barry And Rocky Waging Tight Race In N. HampshireCONCORD

Three Women Seriously Injured

N.H. (AP-The local races and Incidental!!;,; to both of whom have campaign d I similar lust wek. He indicated says people have been "..kedand
I nation' first presidential primary -vote in the primary. vigorously In New Hampshire., a simple plurality "one vote disappointed" by Cold
which bore advance earmarks -I Despite these factors, starry are being challenged on the, more than anyone else. will suit water's view on Cuba-bly
In Head-On Collision With Bus of a walk-away for Sen. politicians believe Goldwaterhas presidential preference side oI, him fine hit atat.rnenthat the United 1 j
Barry Goldwater, baa developedinto lost support as he M. the ballot by Maine Sen. Ma. For the New York governor States should have sent in the
a tight, down to the wire voiced his conservative views garet Chase Smith, former Goo the New Hampshire primary 1 II Marines to turn on the water to
rhrctpersons were seriously,and Mrs. DcPew. fractures of, Olney Road; who complained 01I. f race between Goldwater and and as they have come under Harold E Stassen, and Norma I a first, possibly crucial, test of Guantanamo Bay. I
injured when a car collided both hips fractured ankle I. a pain In her left hip; Sara Law., New York Gov. Nelson A. Rock. attack from Rockefeller.Big Lepage, a local perennialIn his divorce and remarriage. 1 At stake in the New Hampshire

head-on with a city bus on Lake;I bruised left eye and mino r son, a Negro of 66 Washing n efeller. (Question addition write-in campaigns .. Rockefeller has scored heavily primary in addition to the
Mirror Drive 80 feet north of lacerations This is a consensus opinion of I are under way for Am. on Goldwater by making an popular vole are the 14 convention -
to the left side t Park Homes, who complained 01
Lemon Street Friday night prominent New Hampshire Republicans The big question now Is I bassador Henry Cabot Lodge,, issue of the Arizona senator's' delegates the state is entitled
Injured In the crash were her face. AU were reported Ii' a pain In her left knee; Auto In these last days before whether Rockefeller has pickedup and former Vice President; views on Social Security. i to send to the national
critical condition at Lakelan d 1 Hernandez of 1735 Rotary Road, Coldwater's alleged lost neither 01 GOP convention.
Bernice Cupp Bower, 1702 E. primary day on March 10. Richard M. Nixon, Rockefeller says Goldwater
Main Street, Margaret J. Cupp i General Hospital yesterday. who complained of a pain In her It comes at a time when strength or whether It has goneto whom has announced his can wants to make Social Security Another price is the tremendous
1641 Elm Road and OllIe De- Car Doesn't Turn deft knee; and Blanca Acosta of Goldwater and Rockefeller are other candidates In the pri- didacy. voluntary and thus wreck the, psychological boost New

Pew, 1041 Elm Road. Mrs. Bowor .I Sgt. H. W. Foster said the accident 1731 Rotary load, who coin- launching their final drives for mary. No Majority Seen system. Goldwater lays his.Hampshire offers White House
the driver, suffered a crushed happened when Mrs. voles. "Goldwater has made a lot of I main concern Is on curbing inflation aspirants victory in the nation's -
plained of a pain in her right foolish statements about Social The votes for these candidates s I first primary.
chest that the Social Security
numerous bruises; Bower was the Rockefeller started off with so
Mrs. Cupp a compound fracture on East Main driving Street: car and weal t oot. Mrs. Hernandez's daugh- marvelous tactical advantage Security, Cuba and the United make It doubtful that anybod: payments will mean some "This primary will be decidedby
of her left leg a fracture of her an Intersection In approached thE: ter. Yvette Mary, seven weeks] ,'a ," one GOP leader said. Nations," says former Gov. will win a majority of the votes: thing to old folks. what happens in the next 19>>

right leg, a chest injury, punctured .. left turn Jane. Mrs. Bower did i was not Injured. i"As the underdog he had nowhere Robert O. Blood, who Is running cast by an anticipated 100,00 People ShockedA days," says William W. Treat
lung and other Injuries not turn left : No charges had been filed his'' as an uncommitted GOP con- Republicans give or take a few a national GOP committeeman.
;; however and kepi t to go but up. Now
vention delegate. "I think he thousand. Republican, whose .have been slow to
jn ranking: people
going through the intersection; Foster said pending further : campaign is peaking at a time make
and into the wrong lane. /vestigation. Damage was est when it counts the most." las lost support, but I'd still be "Anything: above 40, per cent position in the party requires up their minds, but they

SINUS SUFFERERS. I I The bus, with five passenger,"'mated at $450 to the car and a t Whether the Rockefeller'peak" surprised him."if Rockefeller overtakes of the Sen.vote Cotton.Rockefeller will.be a victory hat__he maintain neutrality,!,-will.-now.-- -"---.-- .

TRY QUK ,and a driver was headed toward (273 to the bus. will carry him to victory Rockefeller and Goldwater says said something ,
SUPER COLD CAPSULES Mrs. Bower's car. Foster said I 10 days hence Is something -- ------
Donald Edward Purcell Jr., that few politicians are ready to n
With I 'Ingwdlinti; 1603 W. Seventh St., driver ol;Organ Recital predict tf
T. Bring Fast |all.f the bus, could not swerve the vehicle English Princess Gives t
N. Stomach uP.... in time to avoid a collision Give Barry Edge
and (be two vehicles hit head-Slated TodayiAt Most still give Goldwater an
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on.Purcell edge, but only a margin for Birth To Son Saturdayhouse
i was not injured Four All Saints' three principal factors:
of the suffered
passengers minor lead, which
1. His early
911 N. M.... 'v. Injuries, but not any of them. estimated In Jan LONDON (AP) Princes lodge home of the prln,
l,ktt.nd, fl,. An organ recital will be pre his supporters
required hospital treatment. Alexandra 27, a cousin ot cess and Ogilvy In' suburban
I to be about 4 to lover
I sented at All Saints' Episcopal ary ,
They were Paula Prospst, 2231 Queen Elizabeth II became the KsEL
Church this afternoon by Rob Rockefeller, Richmond Park, was the first ota S
ert O. Parrett, organist at Al':, 2. His support from toprankedGOP mother Saturday of a son who cycle of royal births:
short time 13th I Inline
will be for a ,
: New
Saints'. leaders Including Queen Elizabeth expects her
The program, the first In e I Hampshire Sen. Norris Cotton, for the British throne. His fourth child In March. Her slater
series of Sunday afternoon re. the poldwater campaign chair. birth begins a veritable which royal will Princess Margaret, awaits
citals to be presented for the man. population her second child in April. The
public during Lent, will beginat 3. The support he ;Is expected 'drop him at least to 16th by;Duchess of Kent who Is married f
f 4 o'clock. to retain among conservative 1 summer to Princess Alexandra1
Like his businessman father I
The program Sunday will include voters in rural towns. The town brother, expecta In May.
the child will rv P
Concerto No. 4, In F, by vote generally calls the turn Angus commoner-unless Ogilvy; "'and 'until l The princess and Ogilvy were
George Frederick Handel; Dialogue in New Hampshire presidential a ,
,.. his father wed on April 14. 1963. in West y
for the Trumpet Stop, by primaries This is because primary !-1 accepts a peerage. minster Abbey.Alexandra's .
The infant, so far unnamed
coincides with town
Louis Nicholas Clerambgult; and day
first child born in the father the Dukeof
I Suite Boell- meeting day, when folkturn a I
Gothique by country '
IMPERIAL ROOMMONDAY mann. out In large numbers to approve British royal family on Leap Kent, was killed In a plane ;!:'
Year Day. He will thus have a crash during: World War II.
No admission' will be charged. town budgets, settle !hot ;
:!: .., .
-- birthday only once in four years. He was a brother of King 1
Ogilvy, 33, younger son of the, George VI. Princess Marina, ; r .
NITE MENU ,STOP ,worryini iboul your hiarinf!' Earl and Countess of Alrlie, is Alexandra' mother, was pres-
believed to be under some royal eat at the arrival of her grandson. -
.LOOK if'Sonoioni'i jJImrait: ,yc'ljsj' hiirlnr. ildfLISTEM pressure to accept a tltla-prob- .
O,..H.Ie Grtpirtuit .11 Gulf Shrimp Cocktul .7$ ably an earldom. The youngster Mother and child were reported
Chick. :' would then become a viscount. doing well. The baby
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Johnson pushed a button near /'
here Thursday, touching off a (
dynamite blast that started '
of the cross-state construction wa- Moss Brothers and life / .. .1A I 1'' '

terway which will provide a World's Fair Preview!
shorter route betwen the Gulf .
of Mexico and the Atlantic -- '..'M.ry 25th to Much 7th
Ocean. ALL MAAS' STORIS 00"-;,.
The 107-mile, high-level canal PRESENTING: 0 preview of the
will lop off 600 miles of shipping most exciting exhibits to b*
distance around the Florida viewed at the New York
Keys and 300 miles from an World Fair the World .. '
eight foot-deep route through FAIRest Fashions tht ,
lower Florida from Fort Myersto product and progreu of '
Stuart. our expanding unlverse1 i
The canal Is important to tk

1 America's space program said
Brig. Gen. T. G. Hayes III, assistant ..
for national aeronautics t' l t '

i space administration support, In '.
the office of the chief of engi- ,,!
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since it will be another route to ". :, ,

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tankers and 13 cargo ships- /.
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The canal was no spur of the tc' ;
moment idea. The Spanish ex- .
plorer, Pedro Mendez de Aviles
who founded St. Augustine, /

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Florida 400 years ago. In 1829 fl- Qaa4 s
the Corps of Engineers reportedto
Congress on a proposed route

through Canal the state Authorized 11( L. i

Congress authorized a sea t
level ship canal In 1932 and excavation eososwwawdt ..*. MII t.,... "" J T
closely following the -_ a
present route was started as a LAa1A"es OdeAT .Tooa :)
work-relief measure, but was
discontinued The present route
authorized by CongreS3 in 1942 1 (
snakes its way from the St "
Johns River here to Yankee- i I j
town on the Gulf. y ;! ;.' tH w... 0 4/\:
Opponents of the sea-level ca- ,.,..
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ply Engineers said the high ?
level canal will pose no threat. '
One million dollars were released ;. -r" \o...:.... ", I 1" .
by Congress to start con W', R
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struction of the ISO-foot-wide : t,.
waterway and President John- I '
son hast million In his budge
to keep it going.
Total COlt of the project. Including -
Its five locks 14 high- i1M .
way and railway bridges and ex-
cavation of nearly 88 million
cubic yards of dirt, Is estimatedat
$157.9 million. Of this amount.
the state will put up $12.4 million if ii lfl

canal.and maintain and operate the I ; ;

Canal To Link Waterways

The Corps of Engineers, whichIs
building the canal, said com-
mercial barges and other craftof
Inland-waterway draft will jilt 9\\ .
use the new route. '
Also, the engineers said, the \
canal will be a link between the I
Atlantic and Gulf intracoastal ,

waterways I
Engineers estimated potential
traffic on the canal at about one \
million tons annually. About a 0 ,
third of It would be paper and
paper products the engineers )
said Other major items would
include petroleum "roducts, fertilizer I Ir
and chemicals.
"The canal will also serve as
a flood channel affording substantial & } r .",,-)
protection for some 100 I /
square miles affected by its r \F; : \
drainage area" the engineerssaid. t ; : :
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"These Hood-prone areas J c \ 7 .
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WINTER HAVEN Secretary _. _
of State Tom Adams has an-
nounced the appointment of "darling, please don't remove your
Mrs. Robert W. Kennedy Win- Easter costume coat
ter Haven civic leader and I hat you look so lovely in it!"
housewife, as Polk County Worn
en'. Campaign Chairman for \ Petitspun. 100% Australian lambswool !

the 1964 Adams. Campaign Organization !, Being all woman Is back in fashion and small wonder, when hats (like,

In this: capacity, Adams said 49.98t these make you look so glowingly feminine Part of our enchanted gardenof
Mrs. Kennedy not only will su- "
pervise local campaign activl. tantalizing straws and fairyland flowers wear one this Easter and be
ties In the May primary elections
but will also serve on a t Our nine button classic by Bataldi will lend its soft grace to your loveliest prepared for compliments ,

continuing basis as a !member outfit, tailored in Petitspun o luxury lombswool basket-
of an advisory committee of t Easter Gently Left: Burnbuntal straws 29.95
Polk County citizens to Inform coat is Easter fashion highlight. .
weave our costume your important
the Secretary of State on problems Right: Floral Crown over Novelty Straw 25.95 .
and activities in their In portrait pastels or navy; 618.]
communities .\
Mrs Kennedy has previously r
worked In local Democratic political Maas' Coats Maas' Millinery Salon

campaigns ..
Active In civic affairs, she i '
was Chairman of the CharityBall I. .
I In 1962 and 1963 and Is a ; ':{t. :.'."<":;, ', :. .. '.
member of the Winter Haven
Hospital Auxiliary Garden Club

The United States exported

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March I, Looking For Twelve People To Serve As Jurors Who Did Pick
One To
Not Witness The Shooting Of Oswald !I" Way

I LEDGER The Winner Of I 64

In Florida: A

Presidential RaceBy

TilE TIME for drastic action againstthe

criminals who were exploding

dynamite along the Florida East Coast JAMES RESTON

Railway tracks was long overdue. ((. ?eta Uorlt !Olin! .

So President Johnson, In Florida WASHINGTON The best

and only a few miles from the most recent way to pick winners In a presidential

dynamite explosion, ordered drastic election according to

action by way of an intensive Inves- Theodore Sorensen, the poet ty
L 'i' \ laureate of the Kennedy era,
tigation by the FBI. the
candidates whose
li to avoid
Therefore, no fewer than 30 FBI
to end in "er" and look
!q : names
agents have been put to work on the for characters whose names

case.We t tt' end In "on".
have so much confidence In the \
This will be news to Dwight
efficient and persevering FBI as to pre U D. Eisenhower, the most successful

dict that the guilty will be tracked :. "er" man in the history

down.If '1 .() 0tl of the presidency and it

the FBI doesn't already have will probably not console
.. AdlaI E. Stevenson, the most
some valuable clues it
undoubtedlywill persistent "on" loser of the
soon have. century
The probability is that quite a few However candidates have
,) been picked and elected on
individuals have collaborated in per r' JAMES RESTON
sillier grounds and since Lyn
petrating the bombings and we can'tbeUeve don B Johnson is now running

they have been able to cover ahead, and both Barry Gold-

their tracks sufficiently to avoid identification water and Nelson Rockefellerare Franklin D. Roosevelt; Harry

by the FBI. not In trouble, the Sorensen Truman, John F. Kennedyand
theory deserves analysis.
A break in the case may come soon (cheating a little) D. D.

or It may be months in coming. '. ., Cmw..rs HISTORY, that capricious EisenhowerThis
When it does come and the guilty r. vixen Is on his side There obviously changes the

have been identified and have have been only three "er" outlook of the whole 1964 elec
con presidents-John Tyler, Herbert tion. It brings Barry with his
fessed or been convicted, punishment Hoover and Dwight Eisen-
ought to be swift, sure and to the full I hower-and nine "on" presidents two R'I, and Rockefeller with

extent provided by law. i t George Washington, his two "L's" back Info the

These bombings that have reached j of the fi People <. ,," nr William race. It Scranton assures ,a forces place con for

from Miami on the southern end of the ings i
f ( 1 sideration of Senators Lever.
railroad to the northern end in the St. i.i p L ett Saltonstall, Richard Russell

Augustine area have constituted a This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page waa and Harry Byrd, and even \
reign of terror. Thomas Jefferson James holds out hope for Harold
Madison Andrew Jackson Stassen.
tdifornl pegs off,.. th. ._.......,'. .** ''Ii"l,". o* mottort el cartons Inltrttt I* fins William Henry Harrison, Andre
When /
column. It wtlcomoi th. opinions of _J..f. In thi Vote of the opl. Column. Loltort muot v Johnson, Benjamin Harrison the double-letter tradition

I What d, ond .... the write,'. ........., but ....... will bo withhold upon roqumt. A Uttor should' not Woodrow Wilson and Is analyzed more careful'y -
Happened however, it will 'be
words, sod .poetry coiinot bo uiod. Tins Ltdfor 01..,,.. tin. right to reject say ....., .. Lyndon Johnson. ticed that the men In this category no-

It. Opinions c.I........ ond other contributors, oppoor olsowKoro on this fag*. Not only the quantity but the with a better chance
SPECIFICALLY what happened in quality of the "ons has Im-
than anybody else those
Miami before and during President these have doubtless contrib- costly programs recommendedby pressed the Washington Star, with a double "O"are in their

Johnson's visit of the past week that uted to the interest of many the president along witha which is developing a sense of names.
humor In its old and
brought on exceptional precautions by citizens in this worthy proj tax cut can only lead to a age, re-
cently came out in of
the Secret Service that has the responsibility Ruling ect.Of loss In the dollar's buying the Sorensen support IN LAST
been course, the most democratic power and also a loss in the theory. But THE 50 years, tha"O0's"
of shielding the President procedure would be the gold value of the dollar\ there is a problem. have had it. All told,
g from harm? and : I would like to plebiscite suggested by The Either the budget will have to What if Johnson meets Woodrow Wilson, Calvin CoolIdge .
the Florida Scranton or Nixon-then what? Herbert )Hoover
State and
Ledger. be Inflated or else the rhetoric
It was obvious enough to all who
Court on its stand The of deflated. Sorensen doesn't tell us and Franklin Roosevelt had beenin
building new con
were at the scene Thursday that special that Bible reading and vention hall favored by soma the Star doesn't help us. the White House for more

\ precautions were being taken. But the public schools citizens, should also be subjected W.S. The trouble with the Soren- than 30 years, and this clearly

the ,general assumption then was that mora law-enforce to a plebiscite, but only sen theory Is that it is out of suggests the possibility of a
las. legislative bodies after ample discussion and the date. It was almost foolproof race between Senator John
taken of
they were being as a matter
refuse to comply with presentation of arguments for at the beginning of the republic Sherman Cooper for the Demo
course ,because of the assassination of such as the one the and against the move over a Just Like when the "ons" 'won five crats and Senator Bourke
President Kennedy. Court recently period of time. of the first six elections between Hickenlooper or J. Edgar

After returning to Washington, We must face the A Pay Cut 1788 and 18)8 (Wishing- < Hoover for Republicans..
'i aid e as is true with every LEO t, ROCKWELL ; ton, Jefferson, and Madison) Abut President Johnson of course,
President Johnson's press secretary as 4 Wilson (* the, dillY il not
.! are liIOZ'I'm our government Is I EDITOR presl-C wholly out of It. He Is t
much as admitted that there had been right In its deci : aveen dent elected I In century I a resourceful man. He has all]
ly watching prices and wages with a name diStn "on" the power of the presidency at I
S slnisterfdevelopments !n Miami. we as free people, Peace And and keeping tab on taxes. It his disposal, and like his
a stand on these is I ]
"The security measures taken, said seems to me prices and taxes THE MODERN trend Is I{ youngest daughter who came

the press secretary, "were in additionto ProsperityEDITOR and everything have gone up quite different. Both the "ons" into the White House as
security measures usually taken, and D. B. and up. If you have to get and the "en" are out. The "Lucy" and Is now Identified
something repaired you haveto big winners in the 20th century officially as "Lucl! he could
there was a security reason for those : The\ 1964 political pay twice what the job Is
have been with
men a always change the spelling of
steps. Beyond that I will not go. Maybea by issues with the greatest box worth to get it done. double letter In their names. his name
ed office appeal ,re likely to be Also I read where the administration
year from now, or two years or five Even This was noted by Huntington The outlook however, fav-
end"prosperity" double-
from I tell what "peace"Ot any cost) proposes Cairns, a local genius, In the ors Gov. William W. Scrantonof
years now can you (for everyone) time pay for overtime, and 1960 election when Kennedy Pennsylvania. He looks like
the situation Now of the New that will send
was. by the purveyors prices sky high. a double "n" man defeated a gray and elegant Kennedy.He .
Frontier philosoPhy. And witha I, like a lot of other people,
Was it a situation that came closeto the Republican "on" candidate has f pretty wife He is
duplicating the tragedy that hap- : : Since the publica tax cut thrown In for good am on Social Security. Our Richard Nixon. from a big state. He has experience
check is fixed. When
C. L. Howell's letter measure.
Every winning presidential in the house of rep.
pened in advocating the Lake Now every good American people; get a raise and prices candidate in this century since resentatives. In the State De-
President Johnson made it clear desires but go up, we are Just the tame
site for the proposed peace, a peace Grover Cleveland a holdover partment and in the governorship
f soon after he assumed the office that several events with honor and respect. It Is as getting our check cut .. from the 19th, has had a dou- but this is not all
close, guarding by the Secret Service into that choice even the Russians who should be How can our representatives ble letter in his first or sec The main thing Is that no
in have the
asked to show that they want Washington ond how
name. matter the trend moves
annoyed him. He said he'd prefer to so guts to yell for foreign aid
thing the rubble of peace. v They were William McKinley regardless of whether the dou
have more freedom and risk being as school building Is now Every true American does and keep us on starvation (two VI), Theodore ble-letter vogue remains or
checks? I could like to
I sassinated. But he was strongly overruled removed For not want prosperity at the expense ,, sea Roosevelt (two O's). William switches back to the men
Social SI!(
in Miami. the problem has been of a found dollar. everyone In on inty ind Howard Taft Woodrow Wil- whose names end in "on,"
write to Washmgtm
discussed by Irv Americans want a dollar\ that son (who had it both ways) William Scranton is in.
and C. R. Simboll will purchase a dollar's worthof wake up our representatives Warren G. Hard.ng, Calvin Besides, bis initials are

to The Ledger; goods and services. The II. F. Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, W. W.

I : Campaign

THAT FLORIDA dirt which Presi- San

dent Johnson dug ,Thursday near Pa- has fect To Try Without Really Succeeding 1

latka to start the cross-state barge -

canal was, in the final analysis, cam L SULZBERGER better In theory than In fact. both rivals and admirers The Defferre, will make that de Moscow while staying communist -

paign dirt, of course Jff\JorkIimro! ; Defferre will probably In the satirical Canard Enchain says cision. De Gaulla consider
side Gaston Defferre's end serve only as a stalking a public opinion poll shows his version of democracy the
There is a good chance the Democrats how the French presi horse for some later aspirantin 84 per cent of Frenchmen "ex DE GAULLE doesn't really best and thumbs his nose at

can carry Florida in the presidential gle like a matter of a later election, not the tremely happy" with De believe anyone can be a valid Washington The French seem
: election this year, and who try In politics without next. His own socialists were Gaulle 22.5 per cent "very "successor" to himself but he to relish this.
cyst hit upon the idea of having'the Defferra Is ty no means deliriously hap happy," 98 per cent "happierthan would surely prefer a follower And even Defferra makes
popular mayor of py to endorse him; the com ever" and 0.5 per cent to an opponent. And should himself out a kind of poor
President come down and start the will and that curious munists are stand-offish, and Just "happy." rw endorse some loyal backer, man's Gaulist. He wants "na
canal was doing some good campaign anomaly, a rich so the center parties prefer a D e G a u 11 a resurrected it is hard to imagine how that tional Independence" and opposes
thinking. a yacht. He has conservative.De French self-confidence and loyal backer would lose. Likean U. S. Investments in
of what he Imagines Is Gaulle crippled France's produced ability I despitehis old Moorish king. De France. He accepts De
Henceforth, there will be more dirt .style campaign, politicians when he came in ambitious foreign policy. Gaulle's corpse could be led Gaulle's constitution and embraces -
flying, of course. Pretty soon more early, but the almost six years ago and pro- And he has disintegrated the before the voters strapped on Gaulllst institutions
and more Republican spokesmen will duced a new constitution anda organized opposition. In 1958 a horse and shatter any opposing while repudiating the general's
method In France had only one political politician's
governing more army style and method.
be what
publicly deploring they ( 4f14il. direct contact with the people, problem how to bring De In a western democraticsense Neither the true left nor the
describe as bad mistakes of omission by-passing partieS. The third Gaulle back to Paris The only Gautlism bears a resemblance conservative right has much

and commission by the Democratic as that ha could defeat and fourth republics had chosen political problem now Is howto to Titoism In an eastern Interest In this approach and
President.At or any man award- leaders by II system of send him back to his coun- communistic sense. Tito pursued De Gaulle holds the vital cen-
a general's accolade in temporary alliances c a l II e d'apparentements. try estate. But De Gaulle, not a policy independent of te.De Gaulle knows.
their national convention in will seems Illusory. ."

Blum, the last great In a first round of balloting
A THOUGHT-Say to wisdom, You. are my sister, vas a prosperous all\ parties presented tickets
Proverbs 74.LAKELAND; intellectual who kept and in a second round they arranged Potomac Fever

a crystal vase on his private pacts for a .
Mollet a later so duel between the two leading
did the rather vote-getters. The parties always
thing of promot united to defeat De By FLETCIIER KNEBEL

Suez invasion. Their Gaulle's\ former organization, Bobby Baker takes the 5th and three other amendments. Get that man

party only recently the R.P. but when this dii- off the stand! We've only got 23 amen_ dments and he's liable to swipe them
; : : some doubts endors banded In 1953 Its death per- all '
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's candidacy. plexed the paradoxical politicians .
<. as a candidate was and their Intricate "third *
Citrus Center .. I ,...... -
by the liberal week force" politics. 1110 parties no
six-hour Interveiw. You're
FUel .Castro gives a never sure whether the
which first call- had
longer a common enemy communists consider it battle for men's minds battle for
a or a men's yawns.
"Monsieur X. It fea so they fought each other.
silhouette of "Mon *

The LEDGER'S telephones.All actually a blacked- SINCE resuming power De Last Beatles bulletin: Now that they've gone, American male teen-agers
of an Express Gaulle formed a new bloc, are organizing a crew cuts clan to keep fhefn( out forever.
SUBSCRIPTION bearing a marked the U.N.R.. and endowed it *
to Defferra and with a massive propaganda
0.. y... .. .. .. SMIO magazine's editor apparatus. One reads embarrassingly Have you heard the latest elephant joke? Harold Stassen.

Si> Months .. ... .. $10.40 not without po'itical' fulsome descriptionsof *
T. himself. Later "Gaullism" In U.N.R. publications
,.. Monthi .. $ 5.20
.t. thj
X" was unveiled Gaulliam Is "uncon Paris spring fashions for women plunge the neck-line down (o mid.

ditional love" or "efficiency"or rift In the trade, it's known as ; tummy line.

iibllili e' *' ...,, oicopt S"tur4"V ell" en i Suito'iy "a Uved experience" Gaull- *tbe'tumb'f'
Lok.lona" tlorUo was to glamorize ists-Hioi including De Gaulle
Defferre at a' magnet to attract read such claptrap with Lyndon Johnson's thrift weeping the country. No sooner
both left-wing and center pleasure.Th did Senate investigators spot Bobby Baker on the witness stand than they

anti-Gaulliats, but this works general towers above turned off the lights.A .

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''>'\ I LAKELAND LEDGER. Sundjy, March I. 1964 S-A II 1

.:1'" 'f"I'(: -i Moriarty Watches Fight Over His Monevl!

mmerce Notes,: ::1:1By NEWARK N.J. (AP)--.Fron I County treasurer with the odds-Sax liens against MorIarty. Hud. reverts to the state I

'. its cell in Trentpn State Prison, favoring the IRS. IOn County claims all the money Next came two brothers who'
JOHN MJ BRYSON baseball time again m Lakeland Joseph V. (Newsboy) Mona}: It was a sultry Tuesday morning as contraband-proceeds 01 f held title to the garage another
General Manager and in the 13 other il watching as many as 14 con.. July 3, 1962 when seven man who claimed title had
illegal gambling activity.
Senfin Leal''talk to our Florida communities where 15 ender fight over a neat little, demolition workers ripped down passed to him and at last, the
bundle of $2.4 million-cash, the doors of old The state of New Jersey wantit I I
National Affairs committee at of the 20 major league teams garage at seven workmen These claims D
Morrison's W nesday noon train. Newsboy now 12, Is interest, 123 Oxford Avenue Jersey City. under an old common law generally were variations of the
Is one which sriuld be heard Tiger pitchers and catchers ed because the money II almost Inside they found a year-old principle that unclaimed money "finders-kepers" principle. i
by every Ame can or at were to have reported yester- certainly his There's anothe sedan bulging with money Very broadly, the federal gov,
least every co. llcent AmerIcan day with the remainder of the thins almost as certalil-he'U mostly in lOs, 20s, Ms and 100s ernment and Hudson County
squad due this week Actually never get a penny of It. It'l The pot was so frightening the Estes AssociateDies cases rest on the assumption DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
A Cuban expatriate early camp has kept both gambling money from 40 years workmen called the FBI. It was that the money Is Morlarty's 219 E. Main St.
and an Tigertown and Henley Field of hard work by Moriarty in the after midnight when the agents' Suddenly The other claims depend on
2631 S. Florida A...
Internationally I humming for the past coupleof numbers racket. finished counting laving the money declared own MU 2.7756
honored archirl weeks. The money was found by accident The grand total2438110. erless. MU
Tex. AP 6.4159
tect affiliated We just received several four months after Moriarty The IRS already had liens of So far, Moriarty has refused
with a Tampa I thousand free copies of the went to prison In 1962 on a 339,000 against Moriarty on Harold E. Orr 33, a former to ,say_ anything_ -____I
City planning Florida Grapefruit schedule. numbers conviction The betting previous charges of Income tax Billie Sol Estes business associate uuuuuuuonnnnnnn
firm since J 6o, I You are invited to drop by the Is that Morlarty's millions violations Interest and penalties who was to begin servinga
Leal doaisn't office for them and hotel will go either to the internal They promptly lodged new federal prison sentence Sunday -, A-l RADIO
pull his pies th- motel mobile home park resI ; Revenue. Service. or the Hudson liens of $3,195,66531 against died Friday. & TV SERVICE
The'evils I I taurant owners and others --- -- -- Moriarty. An autopsy report was expected '._ N. "0OW"..
and horrors of catering to our winter visitors The next few days In Jersey on whether Orr died of III I Pin* StOH ,
Pleads MU I.UII N,4
comm u n |s m, are urged to pick up a gen Itinerant City no garage door was left a heart seizure or carbon monoxide I '.N.e. p.a.M. PI."t"II SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
far from being exaggerated as erous supply closed. Diligence was rewardedand poisoning. I
10 many.believe are understated To'ChargeOf Jersey City and Hudson ._ttwra ""' >>..1.--,1;
M claims adding that County police found another U le''l '' OPEN ALL DAYSUNDAY
he and irlllions of others have cache, this one 16867552. This DELICIOUSsiircrn I S'
Chamber's annual
learned t tfiii from bitter expe- Golf Tournament and Barbe-Tiger Bank RobberyTAMPA garage was at 47 Oxford Ave : > > r
rience. nue, a block from the first one. -- ii.
cue are slated for Thursday DINNERS
ExcelX''for Costa.Rica, Mexico March 12. Cleveland Heights (AP-Albett McKee. Holds $1S8,000The I Ili .. j.
and Uruguay, all of Central will be the tournament site for 68 year-old Itinerant, pleaded federal government made from $1.40INSTANT )\\j
anljl J JI'
teal's opinion are heading toward and the barbecue will again to the $1,300 holdup of the Hudson guardian County held onto ..:.1.I. ... --e..d&dO wtu.-. : -
a.w.N..M ewwo
otnmunism. The others be at the James J. Musso Capital National Bank the $168,000 AI., 0.rb '
with the exception of Vene Company warehouse.We McKee pleaded guilty to two The federal 1 claim Is based on I' SCRVICI ECONOMICAL DINING 'v. "

zuela nism's ihlch/(main Is Latin now American commu think having the golf count, of the three-count Indict- 'OI' 1110... 1111.1 .._ a ..1_... .....t.... ; ; ; ; ; ;
and the barbecue on the same ment. The government droppedthe Ce.npseh. I .h_ wr T."WOOD BOOIII I. ..I.... fj"1. tl'I. Ii'I. ,,I.u.
target,)are riddled with poverty day will greatly enhance the third count which charged INSURANCE i ......... .......
political corruption and popularity of what were already that he entered the bank with i i .
revolution In conclusion, he two highly enjoyable the Intent of robbing It. He said SERVICk ''I Tie (1a et e
stated: that time is rapidly events and predict that tick he made the decision after getting Lacier Upihow,
running out for curbing this ets will be In heavier demand inside the bank. I Inc K2ISJ I I73S Uh.lond Hills I''... ($ I) and that the United than I Tae S. TMM a_ PII. Ut-Slll :
He will be sentenced later. I
trend_. by Imposing no conditions ever. '.. J ....'! --

on It* financial aid Is THERAGRANVitaminsBottl.
actually/ hurting rather than
helping the cause of freedom. of 180's
Any civic club eager for an
March 2 7
\u outstanding program would do to 12.75 Value "n..Nt''"" 7
well to see If Levie Smith Jr., A
our National Affairs cochairman .. :;" I IAL Coupon
t r couldn't arrange to bring : Discount Price.in 0
him back. !slJs"u"J w nn iM _OMm vni Ann .*., r.rN l> 114


Three of the five membersof \ --
the Polk County School
Board Gene Head Mrs. 20 % OFF

Dora Watson Cox Phillips- deserve and Wendell our SANITARY NAPKINS I
support and thanks for refusing
In the face of considerable 1.49 VALUE ;N; e
pressure to acceptthe
unjustified conclusion by a special Coupon
the State Department of Education group Dtcorrnt Trice ,
team that the Winter WIM IllO rYNl1-a.YMn Y.la AMn M..., MYN L IIMHANDI
Haven golf course Is the

only for acceptable the Polk permanentsite County of our best selling

Junior College
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I draperiessave
Twenty-fim members of our r iit 1
t Legislative Affairs committee
, meeting io First Federal.
Community Roan last Tuei .1n ,
day morning were Impressed : Dlz; : :
with the way Dr. Fred Len .E.Es .
fe tey, president of the Junior ,
w.a tall smw-e.u' 0.11 AMn M-s au-a LN
College, handled himself,
.. especially at the conclusion of
his brief remarks at which
time some pretty pointed
questions were thrown at him.


David M. Molthrop community BOTTLE OF 100S J
education consultant
for the National Small Business I ,. 1 ft Crain "'""' a
Asroclation headquartered I + f
In Washington, and his wife Coupon
will be Lakeland residents for i Dlroant Price
the next several months.I I wlo MN .wM.--0.uN. 0,11 AMw M..,, Men 1104TV

Dave a, debating.teammate .
of Lakeland Ralph II
Odum at Stetson In the mid- I
thirties makes some 300 public -
speeches and participates: I
In frequent debates around ANTENNA
the country every year on
behalf of right-to-work and !
other NSBA causes.
n1111t t
He set he has easy access rN.NConnposa / 44
to three major airports -
Tampa St. Pete and Orlando IL.
from here and praised Polk Dlacor/nt
i I raft With MN r0M1'-051/.e 0.11 Arles M. MOIM L1M
Limousine (Imperial Inter-
urban Inc) which recently
observed Its first anniversary,
for getting him to and from
Tampa International so con
veniently and economically.

to send the 160 I HAIR DRESSING
campaign n .PA'R' 1.00 Value tl '
Lakeland Washington High School where Bandto U : : 122 PAIR to 5 M4"iM"r M'IS c

has been Invited to march in I. y 90" I ('Dupont--
Ilfsrotiiit Price
Blossom Festival
Cherry k 4
Win nil muM-CnrM ViM A5w KM, M0.1 1 IIM

parade its goal.is rapidly Almost approaching as though tar I ; f -I her/vy textures brocades nubby we oven prints! some lined drapes in the I

In'' appreciation of this support : grc'up. dozens of decorator colors! sill lengths'! floor lengths! single to wall-to-wall
our local school bands r- ..J widths!
scored extremely well in the *
District 1 contest held here s+s;

last week." "*i Hen, some more of the savings in our big collection THROW PILLOWS

r d., a Come see them ellf! In stock or rush-ordered! ASSORTED COLORS

the Newly Polk Board elected County are officers President Development : of u11 Jj ; :. k t save I60 reg. 7.98 now 6.38 falls Of Vo-tM", -CouporsDlseoustt 1.19 Value-1u1.'h rN-NI' t / I L

Forrest Weese of Winter Y "r's Price.

Let Haven Pickett First of Vice Bartow President See- I I ; Save 380 reg. 18.98 now 15.18 '_i, Of 96" o't,14'SaveS60 Will MN.wIN-0511.. 0.14 Anw 45, Mwl L N4ALKA

end Vice President Al Cald- : -i
well ef Mulberry Secretary t 27.38 now 22.38 Lir iVi.V, 14"'
George Siemer el Lake Alfred -
and Treasurer Everett s rt' f t, ,

Caldwell and Allen have
been active members of the 1 ale ..tof

board since Its Inception In i c: SAVE ON DRAPERY HARDWARE BECAUSE IT'S PENNEY'S OWN S9c Value 11.,11,1 ,
1KO. 1.INN)
w, "'"---.51N to H'- 4l WM NMkl .fiwy... .. .. .... .. Pkf. 15 c Coupon
the weather mandoesn't : M" ,.. ......" Ifin*.JT ..': .M. ........... MQ..79Jfr | Discount Price.will .
Though .' _. M S-t"" "..... .. .. 45e )nil 511/51.-owes ViK Alt* rN? rrN LM1
A *
seem to know It, it's .........." 349 V-E" .......... 4.59 > the-

GOOD HEALTH. IN JAIL CHARGE IT! ...--:;;--. .. ..... 4.49 ...'-; ?:'. .... .. 6.50 S2i": ". ".". .". CM. 65c j

48 hours after federal panel,
condemned smoking as a health

hazard prisoners in the Jefferson I Nat. Adv. Brand -
County Jail at Louisville tout
their cigarette privileges. I 2.00 VALUE;:;_ ,.
It had nothing to do with the OPEN TOMORROW 9 88'Who

cigarette report hoWever.sales .for Officials a week cut because off. 'TIL PM (Dlat'ulln''o..ft Price

IIIlt Owls-ewes veld' AIItr ..., MrM L '1Mi
they said some prisonerswere
teD lax about rules and
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I StockMarket Hits Record High During WeekNEW

YORK (AP-The stock as the Dow Jones averages I The closely.watched Dow It finished the month of Feb- Bond prices were mixed In
market made history last week reached. new .milestone! Jones Industrial average closed ruaryhistorically treacherous February compared with a >,

above 800 for the first time In I- with I substantial gain Instead steady to higher performance
I' In January. f 1r
R history. of a loss as many had 4w
NANCE'S Corporates ended the month
Service The rise of the Industrials I expected. with scattered small gains U.S.
was "confirmed" by the rail To Draw Public government Issues, mixed In
MOTOROLATV component of the Dow which The topping of the 800 levelin January, fell back all along the
finally surpassed the 1929 peak line '
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STEREO RADIO a COLOR TV Warmed the Dow Industrials was expected
by enactment of thong February volume .
on exchange
Complete Lin of Motorola .anticipated (11S billion to draw many of the
Horn Entertainment" Equipment public back Into the market and fell to $226.l25,200 par
tax cut, the stock market carried value from $2M,850,000 in January .
102 W. UNION LAKELAND 682.4445 I lead to a continued advance,
through Its fourth straight the
since December
I possibly to the 825- '850 level,
weekly rise 1929.
according to Wall S'reet theor-
The theories have frequently)
been wrong, but it seemed this: Laboratory
week that the market action
was its own recommendation. Has Youthful ,
On the final trading day, .,
when the Dow industrials completed
a week rise of 3.15 to 'Scientists'TALLAHASSEE
close at 800.H, many low-
a. DOWNTOWN priced Issues were heavly\ (AP-There's
radcd Several of these stocks \
were rails. a "sensory biophysics" labora- SPECIAL COPY.A looriiorkaund copy of the March sac. of I....,,', Dint It p4 .."d f*
For February the Dow Industrials tory at Florida State University G.... Jonklni' right, had .f Public Super Markets Inc, by George P. lotkiit, district rttrttonto.llvt .
t CI gained 14.80, a substantial where 10 children, ranging I In of ......,.i 0''.... Strvlcn Inc Jonkini end lilt mtrmric rlto 01 .upe"".,.... tnfretroMitr ItmenHontd
LAKELAND rise 'age from four to 12, are earning lit a Rashes Digtit' article' ropilntod from the Saturday timing Pert, celled, |*WlMOj. .
The Associated Press average nickels tasting things. Woman Coat .. Market Ledger Photo If Perkins, ) \\
of 60 stocks this week rose
2.4 to a record 298.0. For February It s all part of an experiment
:I: MONDAY the AP average rose 7.4. by Dr Lloyd M. Beldler aimed Smith-Douglass Cornet Plant.!
Volume during the past week at determining the reasons for .
AND was 26,444,910 shares compared' taste preferences of humans and I
9 with 18,454,510 for the four-day whether likes and dislikes

y FRIDAY PM trading by the week Washington previous, shortened birthday -. taste related to how well one can are Installs, 2 New. After Scrubbers'\

'TIL The National Science Foundation PLANT ClTY-Two additional In,' use side by side In another near future', he said, ''land it
News Good is financing the project I after scrubbers' have been location" should do as effective a ,job on
Economic news remained Pennies Not Enough dust as the new 'after scrubbers
placed }Jn operation at Smith Scrubbers ApprovedThe
good. Steel demand was pickingmore am Jolng on fluorlre "
I Dr. Beidler developed an automatic Douglass Co.'. Coronet plant State Board of Health
up News of steam corporate profits, dividends machine to dispense his 'southeast of Plant City and are has approved the new scrub Plastic Rings Used ,
and stock splits continued taste-bearing liquids and gave proving "highly effective," according bers Wilbur said, which cost The new 'after scrubbers'*
to bolster many specific his youthful testers incentive by to R. M. Wilbur, manager approximately $110,000. do a double job of waste control
issues. rewarding them with a nickel ; of the company's Florida: Wilbur said the units are As the air stream'from
each time they selected the phosphate operations called "after scrubbers" be- the plant enters the unit,'tt is
sweetest, bitterest, or saltiest The new units, which literally cause they give an additional washed by passing through a
liquid.He "scrub" the fluorine out rf theair "'"scrubbing" to plant wastes be- wall of water. Then it is forced
You don'f'need a / says he started out with I stream before it Is released fore they are released. through a bed of packed plastic .
pennies, but found they did littleto Into the atmosphere, are similar I Substantial progress has also rings, which provide a sec-
boost motivation. Later, even, to a first installation made been made, Wilbur said, on the ond filtering before the air
CRYSTAL BALL. the lure of shiny nickels dimmedand ,last November. company s plans to Improve Its stream leaves the stack. ,
Dr. Beidler was forced to Tests of that first unit, Wilbur dust collecting system. The Wilbur said tests alone. the
display toys with escalated price said, "made by an outside new dust control equipment two units are operating with the
REPAIR tags for purchase competent research agency. which will be installed has been'same high efficiency as the first
REMODEL YOUR PRESENT HOME! One lad of six found a way to showed (hat all but a fraction approved by the State Board of one installed In November
beat the machine and got a good or one per cent of the fluorinewas Health, he said, and contracts We believe these three new
start on a bicycle bankroll, re- being removed. This unitworked awarded for steel and electrical scrubbers have brought the gas
ports Dr Beidler The boy dis- so effectively that we work Involved. emissions from the plant stacks
covered a pattern in the ma- immediately ordered two moreand "We hope to have this new under complete control," Wilbur .
chine that mixed the solutions these have now been placed equipment in operation in the said

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MissionaryWill ,

By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF second recording to come to us SpeakFor ;
MICHAEL TIPPETT- Childof during the past few months
Our Time. EUle Morlson, from England that li enormously RallyThe
soprano Pamela Bowden, impressive and convince
contralto; Richard Lewis I ing in the depth and reality of Rev Frank Robbins, missionary t+ \
tenor; Richard Staaden, II.... the problem with which it deals to Bolivia and Mrs.
Royal Philharmonic Orchei-, Benjamin Britten's War Requiem Edna Kuba, who serves In i
tra and Choir conducted by and Michael Tip,>ett's A!Tokyo will be the final speakers ..A& r
John Pritchard. Ritual Dancesfrom Child of Our Time are works of today as a missionary con
the Midsummer Mar which we should all\ be proud.,vention at Florida Holiness l
riage. Orchestra of the Royal Their message Is for all of us'Campgrounds on South Florida
Opera House, Covent Garden, and it is a noble one. Avenue concluder with a rally
conducted by lohrf Pritchard. BACH: Suits For Solo Cello, No. this afternoon at 2 o'clock. .4..
2-London OSA 12% monauralA 2 In D Minor, No. S In C Minor. The convention Will sponsoredby
tat. >! Janos Starker. Mercury SR the World Gospel; Mission,
Michael TippettWmself wrote N170, monaural 50370. an Interdenominational faith I
the text for hil'oratorio, A There is no test greater for a missionary organization with
Child of Our Time.. It li basedon cellist than Bach's works for headquarters In Marion, Ind.
the actual tpry of a young unaccompanied cello. They are Other missionaries of the Frostproof
Jewish refugee.. the microscope through whichwe World Gospel Mission will be I I NOW HERE!
The boy In see every quality and de- speaking in churches In the Refrigerators
1938, was hid fect of the performer with un Lakeland and Tampa area this ;
den by his aunt believable clarity. Bach was, morning and tonight.In I
and uncle In in his own way, a devilish com operation for more than SO
Paris. In frustration poser. Indications of tempo and,'years, World Gospel Mission at St/IStJfr eiwf fewr
withGerman dynamics are non-existent and present sponsors 240 missionaries
of- phrasing almost so. He leaves who are serving In 15 r
I flclals and In the player to sink or swim as'fields i of the world including i I
rP. wild despair he will. Tradition, naturally,'Africa India, Formosa, Egypt,
over Mi moth- is there but that, and the play the Middle East, Japan and FRIGIDAIRE
I er's persecution er's own musicality, Is all there Latin America.
',,. > the boy is- I' I
1\ shot and killed Janos Starker Is a fabulous There are 37 million Inde-
Mrs. Sokoloff the German technician. In his hands, the pendent producers in United Frost-Proof
diplomat, von Rath. The resultof cello is as flexible as a violin States agriculture.HOT _1
his act wat to bring on the The ease with which he performs .-- - .

worst brings of the Nazi heartrending pogroms. Tippett storyto wonderful.this very The difficult performances musicis ':rJDUID, Q a : .O t N t 1 refrigerator!
the level of universality are vigorous and sure with the
where the fate of the Individual energy and vitality of youth. : 1 HA lnbt';
Is pitted against all tyranny The insight is there, too, and is ,
The text Is all the more effective bound to deepen with the years., NO DEFROSTING EVER AGAIN
In its lack of detailed
emphasis. American wheat provides an HUMID, DUSTYA TOP TO BOTTOM!
The oratorio is divided into additional 5 billion loaves of DAY LONGER I II
three parts. The composer describes bread India.EXCLUSIVELY. a year for the people of GIANT 14 CU. FT. 2-DOOR
Part I which 'deals only ,

with fairs In the the general world state today of as af-it p QC Oo Q Ia C@ I 3

affects, classes all Individuals or races,who minorities are- i tf/f}; DAYSONLY

felt to be outside the ruling conventions
I -Man at odds with his.hadow. f@ GJ C
.' Part Ills the story of l i

the Child on by the of the Implications Our boy.Time Part as III of personified the reflects -100 [gtlliJ\\ fW I YOU: CA"M"KEEP'" Jt 1 ___ TERMS LOW ASMonth AS Y

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The music In form, follows; M i Per
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Soloists and chorus are used I
both objectively and subjectively -
fometltntt l participating
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commenting Ion It LAUNDRY PAIR !
Michael Tippett I A an English t
composer bUt in this text he aaw
uses five Negro Spirituals with marvelous Effectl eneas. And
these too, k4 has// raised to a j'J
level of universality which Is AIR CONDITIONING'Call I I II fowptfce i&r '

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The spirituals receive sponiire touch combinedwith turn It from a stifling ;'
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'1s.Vl\wearner. .From' World's 'Citrus Center,' I New Super-Speed Jet Death Sentences Given To JewsMOSCOW

'. tAKEtA: flOR1DA oil

o t I Nam) needs every bit a I he hasn't speculated on who (AP-In defense of The death sentences were mental Institution '
I r rlVlet best manpower that II t might be his Republican opponent death sentences given Soviet handed down several day ago Novoiti )aid one of those n o-
by a Moscow court In a case involving tie court'i sentences
can get In the November presidential Jews for an economic crime the porting
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation -"There has been no meet.. election. And he said he I Is Soviet news agency Novostl distributed about two-dozen defendants Igor SirkoAch, a JewISh schoolteacher .
log of the minds" In tesolvln I "unaware of any political Incli ,, Not all of them were sentenced inSoviet Moldavia It

STATION H. L. Atlanta ............... 49 27 Little Rock ........... 56 23 the dispute with Panama, John.. nations" that may be entertained statements Saturday to die. quoted him, ** sayingIn\, 1 Jotter -
Daytona Beach ....... 56 40 said. But he said the United J I by Henry Cabot Lodge from persons It Identified as Novostl said five persons, including
Baltimore ............ 43 22 Los Angeles .......... 65 49 son :
Ft. Lauderdale...... 73 51 States realizes that the 190 I the U.S. ambassador to South other Soviet Jews branding the two police officers were
Birmingham .......... 49 25 Louisville ............. 51 19 "Certain foreign
Fort Myers ........... 68 45 treaty governing the status 01 Viet Nam who has been men condemned men riffraff and condemned while the others received -I that the so- alled trials
Jacksonville ........... 55 35 Charleston ............ 51 35 Milwaukee ............ 50 25 the Panama Canal Zone must: tioned as a possible GOP aspirant -scum. stiff punishment. Informants for say economic offenses In the

Key West ............ 70 58 Chattanooga .......... 49 25 Mpls-St Paul ........ 54 32 Johnson said Lodge, the In a release prepared especl said previously 10 men U.S.S.R. are against the Jews.
LAKELAND .......... U 44 Chicago ............... 50 30 Montreal .............. 31 08 GOP presidential nominee ally for foreign newsmen In were sentenced to die. ,This is malicious Invention. It
Miami ................ 69 51 Cincinnati ............. 49 15 New Orleans ....... .. 60 C4 1 i' p' fat., ,CISP in 1960, has done nothing of a Moscow, the agency said Jews The defendants were accusedof is not a Jews, or Russians or
Ocala .. .............. 64 29 Cleveland ............. 40 14 New York ............ 43 30 partisan nature "that has In from various places In the Soviet making illegal profits In a Ukrainians but criminals, em-
Orlando ............... 63 42 Dallas ................ 61 35 Phoenix.............. 61 40 my way interfered with hiwork" Union had written In to say black market ring dealing In of, property, that
Pensacola ............. 56 33 Denver ................ 47 24 Pittsburgh ............ 37 20 be modified from time to time In Saigon. the men got what they deserved. knitwear made in a government bezzlers tried public In the Soviet Un
St. Petersburg ........ 62 44 Duluth ................ 44 29 St. Louis .............. 56 32 'and perhaps would require adjustment art being
Tallahassee ........... 59 28 Houston ... ............ 60 38 Savannah ...........,. 56 31 In 1964 or 1965. John. Cites Tests ion.
Tampa ... .... ......... 65 38 Indianapolis ... ........ 49 21 Seattle ................ 45 37 son actually said 1963 or 1964, Announcing development of Florida National Guard No Pity Felt
W. Palm Beach ....... 74 50 Kansas City ........... 54 37 Washington ........... 47 29 but the White House said later the experimental All jet John I "'In connection with the trialf
he misspoke. This could mean said the craft "has been
son Set-Up Is Reorganized alleged
(Bentsion l ) Roifman (
a major break in the U.S. tested In sustained night amore ? _
Bu leader or tne ring) ana nis con
standoff. t
Johnson repeated that diplomatic and at than altitudes 2,000 miles In excess per hour of TAMPA AP-) A dozen of Brigade and picked up additional federates I wish to say that I '

relations must be restored Florida's 79 National Guard units for administration. am proud of my talented people
before talks proceed. 70,000 feet. units got new responsibilities Created at Tampa was an administrative but I have no pity at all for the
-Johnson said the admmis He added that details of the,and two new units' -both small company of about scum who landed In the prison .

tratlon position is firm In sup plane's performance "will" remain I:-were created Saturday in a 20 officers and 60 enlisted men er's dock, Irrespective of their

port of the House.passed civil I strictly classified shakeup of the guard organization. -and an aviation platoon to be nationality." .
Johnson said several All sir with Then Novostl said. 0. Revut-
rights bill. He said he suspects I equipped helicopters.A
that rumors he might be willing, craft are now being flight tested, Maj. des Henry W. McMillan medical unit of 10 officers sky, a Jew from nearby Zagor-
to compromise the key public: at Edwards Air Force Base In state adjutant general, said the and 80 enlisted men was createdat sky wrote:
accommodations section of the: California. The plane v'\s built reorganization was In keeping St Petersburg. St. Petersburg "r fully support the view of

bill "are strictly Republican In: by Lockheed Aircraft Corp.,I'with a Pentagon proposal which keeps its M24th Infantry battalion -the Soviet people that this riffraff
Burbank, Calif., and is powered "increases our number of high which also has units in Irrespective of their nationality .

origin.As for politics, Johnson said by J58 jet engines designed by priority units." No Florida community Clearwater, Palmetto and Bra- deserve the most severe -
the Pratt &: Whitney Division of lost a Guard unit, he denton. punishment

United Aircraft Corp. said. The 2116th Artillery in Lake- The agency said It received
Development of the fleet The old 53rd Infantry Brigade land was reorganized under the similar letters from other people

.W4Itff11B! Vietnamese plane was made possible in part headquartered In Tampa, was! Army's NEW ROAD concept. It but did not specifically identify -
< I v Johnson said, by the mastery of redesignated the 3rd Armored has units In Haines City, Bar- them as Jews However
J < .' techniques for using titanium I tow Dade City and Winter Ha some had such Jewish names as
il Must Fight which can resist the high temperatures yen M. Magid and B. Rabmovltch.
treated by travel at I Smathers.l
more than three times the speed

tisan War controversy: LBJ over Viet I of sound.Major Advances" Hits TradersWith (Mitt[ at: t

Nam in the coming election Johnson said work on the All ,

I debate. entailed "major advances In. I Cuba: 1 MISS RUTH DAY' Albert L. Carnett, pastor of First

Lodge, the Republican can aircraft technology of great sigmficance Miss Ruth E. Day, longtime Baptist Church, officiated
!Rein li forfeit Sunday to attend along northern and miJ-Pacilic eaair whit maw I. ..,.ct." didate for vice president In to both military and try should "take a good hard Lakeland resident and well- The child died Thursday after ,

III northern Recklei. Ram also" will attend from seuthern plaint' list. lewar Mitiiiuppl' ..11.,. Warmar commercial application" especially -look at the situation. known composer, died at 1 p.m. noon at Winter Haven Hospital.

temperatures will be widespread ever eastern half of U. S. Colder ...di",. art In Here for northern In.efforts to develop a "One of the biggest defaulters yesterday at 211 W. Lane Lake Besides her parents, she is

plaint Inta the Likes. region. Little change In temperature will I he noted aver remaining; parts af .... supersonic airliner on debts owed the United States land. Miss Day lived at 116'survivied by two sisters, Marjore .
I' tha notion. (lAP Wlrepheta Map) Johnson disclosed lie will Is France, which just recently Patten Heights, and had been M. and Patricia L. Satter-

1j60.! has been urged by friendsto make public Monday a reportby ,<>- .- ill for some time.Compositions I thwaite of Winter Haven, and
ZONE FORECASTSA consider a campaign for Eugene Black former head \ ilC .I )' by Miss Day, :maternal grandmother, Mrs,
: Mostly cloudy through Sun of the World Bank, on plans for ; and I Opal Young of Wartburg Tenn.
the presidency this year. #!l9t ,Jllt'L! including songs operettas,
day night. High 55 to 60. South- A t Johnson praised him for not financing the supersonic airliner :. ___ ow".. . ) have been widely recognized. Crisp Funeral Home U in
easterly winds 12 to 20 miles an ,., becoming personally involved program. An alumna of Florida State College I charge of arrangements.
the recognized Red China, while at
hour An early question put to
In the campaign while servingIn for Women she was recognized '
B C: Sunday partly cloudy and Saigon. He described the President sought his appraisalof the same time owing this coun- as one of Florida State: HENRY Y. FRASIER
warmer. High 65 to 70. Winds Ambassador as "our top ad the possible political Impactof try In excess of $15 billion. University's "outstanding alum: AUBURNDALE Henry y,
variable north through east 5 to viser" in Viet Nam and said the Senate's Investigation of Flouts Policies"It nae." Frasier, 77, of Route 1. Auburn-
12 miles an hour. Wcot/iercost .=;. the administration had acted Bobby Baker the President's Is France which also re- Born In Kansas, Miss Day, dale, died Friday in an Arcadia
D: Sunday partly cloudy and promptly on Lodge's recom erstwhile protege who quit last 'cently approved a $million moved to Lakeland as a child hospital after a long illness.
warmer. High 65 to 70. North to Lakeland can expect partly : 1:1. mendations. October as secretary to fie Sen- truck deal between a French Here she gave private piano;I A native of Mississippi he >
northeast winds 5 to 15 miles an cloudy skies and warmer weather ? -- In answer to a foreign polIcy ate Democratic majority. manufacturer and Castro. and voice lessons, and taught, lived In Auburndale for the last
hour becoming easterly.E today, with temperatures a4\F question concerning the Restating a position he has "It Is also this same country music education classes at Florida .: 50 years He was a retired citrus
F: Sunday partly cloudyand ranging from an expected independence and neutrality of taken in the past.]Johnson said which today attempts to flout Southern College for many o worker and a member of
warmer with high around 70. minimum of 50 degrees this' ... Laos, Johnson said the U.S. this Is a matter !for the Senateto US. policies around the globe years. the Baptist Church,
Northeast to east winds 5 to 15 morning to a maximum of 73 "" :: had protested to the three-na- handle and "we will have to particularly with respect to Miss Day was a member 01, Surviving are his wife Mrs.
miles an hour this afternoon lion juos Control Commission see what the consequences are NATO and out efforts to defeat Christ Unity Church Lakeland Willie Frasier of Auburndale;
G1: Sunday partly cloudy and, Easteily winds at 10 to 15 IH ] and still hoped that Joper Investigations ollowing their recommends-Red subversion and guerrilla acuities -Florida Composers' League,' four daughters, Mrs. Eathell
warmer. High around 70..Jtorthto miles an hour were predicted. .. would be cpnducted ions after all of,the evidence\ I l In South Viet Nam.by" PEO, and was nn honorary: Allen of Waverly Mrs. Ethel \
.. northeast winds 8 to-13 milesan x n." 'tlillftla'forneutralism' there member of Lakeland's. Tuesday, Henry of DeLand and Mrs.
hour becoming easterly. Wind .". The administration blamesthe Smathers said other unpaid Music Club.Survivors. Katherine Conrad and Mrs.
a little higher on the beaches.H MichaelDies ....- Polish Communist member debts to this country Included: I Include four sisters: Dorothy J, Shields of Auburn-

I: Sunday partly cloudy and of the commission lor refusing VowsState's Britain $17 billion: Italy $8 bil-' Mrs. Esther Booser, Largo, dale; six sons, L. A. and Eu-
warmer. High 80 to 75. Northeast After .... htuba"' to Investigate military Bryant lion; Germany $3 billion; Greece Mrs. Dorothy Boulwar Jacksonville .: gene; H., both 'of Auburndale,
to east winds 5 to 15 miles moves by the pro.Communist $3 5 billion and Belgium $2 5 billion Mrs Ethel Wills Plant, Edward of St. Petersburg J. 0.

an hour. Pathet Lao forces. HelpIn City, and Mrs Edith Brothers of Mulberry, B. J. of Lake
Car Wreck BritishStep Johnson reasserted his belief Alfred, James of San Francisco,
J: Fair through Sunday. Not Little Rock, Ark.
... .
quite as col. High 70 to 75V that the people of the FBI Probearea I Funeral arrangements will oe Calif.; four brothers two sisters,
North to northeast winds 10 to ters, Mrs. Molly Bessy and world wanted peace more than Kennedy announced by Dukes.Steen Funeral ,33 grandchildren and 16 great
I Into anything and that In time, grandchildren.;
20 miles hour. Home
an Almeta of
Miss Michael
Holly through their leaders and ex to cooperate fully with both ChildrenSee Funeral services will be held
K: Fair through Sunday High
Hill, 'and Mrs. Charles T. isting machinery, some way, the FBI and the state Investlga today at 4 o'clock from the
70 to 75. Northeast to east winds RITES FOR MRS. MARTIN I'
Line Of Fire
Conover of Seattle, Wash.; somehow a way to assure Kersey Funeral Home Chapel,
10 to 20 miles an hour !
eight grandchildren: and two peace will be found. tors.Bryant said his team alreadywas Circusset Funeral services for Mrs with Rev. E. Lewis and Rev.

great-grandchildren. of trouble on this tense Island at work "checkinJ Into violations Alice Viola Martin of 2305 Floyd Johnson officiating In.

Malaysia Claims In 1955, Michael's wife, of state law." He said them apart No one bothered Jungle St., who died Friday, terment will be In Homeland
will be held tomorrow afternoonat
Former Deputy them during the show or Cemetery.
There were no casualties.
2 o'clock at the
Indonesia Making i Like so many clashes In .... alter. Secret Service men assigned rison Funeral Home.Gentry-Mor Burial AUBURNDALE Mrs. Zclla

Cyprus this began with a, Al Young Seeks I will be in Lakeland Memorial Barns, 68, of 104 Luna Road,
Truce burst of rumors Relations between Gardens later. died at her residence yesterday

MythKUALA daughter and a grandchildwere the Greek and Turkish Constable PostAl separate teams of highway pa- Friends may call at the funeral -morning very suddenly.

killed in an auto accidentin trolmen would check automo- home tonight from 7 until A native of Bethany III, she
LUMPUR Malaysia. Tennessee. tilltij.i'J?ii bibs at various points in the to the president's widow 9 o'clock. lived Auburndale since 1958.;
(AP) accused Indonesia Young; who recently resigned FEC in a search for
Malaysia Funeral services will be he ''''; k i territory discouraged news photographers coming there from Lakeland.
ifrt : the Polk CountySheriff's
today of turning the tomorrow afternoon t "dL from useful information. from getting close. RITES FOR MRS. BRAIDEN She was a member of the Bap.
has announced
cease-fire In their Borneo junglewar 2 o'clock from Wabasso Methodist Cypriots here have been tense his Department candidacy for Constable Racial Law Used Mrs. Kennedy and John-John Funeral services for Mrs. tilt Church.
Church, with Rev. James since the killing of a shepherd left a few jninutes before the Ruth M. Braiden of the Mo- Surviving her' are her husband .
into myth.A Powell, pastor, officiating. Feb. 15. Yesterday a District 1, subject to the A special 1955: session of the end of the show, but Caroline Trail Trailer Park, who died John Barris of Auburn-

foreign ministry spokes. Burial will follow in Crest- Greek Cypriot shepherd ran May 5th Democratic with Primary.the legislature granted Florida governors and her friend Agatha stayed to Tuesday were held Friday at dale; two daughters, Mrs. Allen
man told newsmen Indonesian lawn Cemetery In Vero Beach. into the village claiming he Young has served authority to'cope with the very end until the red.jack.eted St. Joseph's Catholic Church, M. Chore and Mrs Alfred Rea-
sheriffs working as
guerrillas had made fresh incursions Friends are requested to had been shot at by a Turkish last three He disorders and preserve the ringmaster wished the audience -with the Rev. Fr. John Me- tit, both of Auburndale; two
into Malaysian Borneoin contribute to the charity of terrorist. The Turks on the Criminal and Civil Deputy.since 1935, peace. At that time, the disorders good afternoon and the Manus, pastor, officiating sisters, Mrs. David White of
recent days. He said the raid their choice In lieu of flowers. other hand claimed that a has lived In Mulberry in the legislators had In mind last spotlight winked out. Burial was In Lakeland Memorial Decatur IU, and Mrs. P. P.
married and has one son
took place after two shooting Incidents carload of Greeks had driven Is School., He also owns and were racial disturbances. Gardens. Flynn of Miami; two grandchildren -
in Sarawak last week in Japanese housewives I give Into the village and openedfire. High In separate telegrams. Bryant Pallbearers were John W. and six great-grand-
which a British trooper and their homes a vigorous holiday ; has operated Young's for Gulf the Station -told the sheriffs of Duval, St. John Glenn Allen. Peter Yanny O. T.,children: .
two Malaysian policemen were cleaning on Dec. 13. a day Company "C" of the first in Mulberry Johns, Flagler. Volusla Brev- Brederan, Anthony. Bouman, Funeral services will be held
killed and 10 others were deemed auspicious for susu- battalion which has been stationed 19 years. ard. Indian River, St. Lucie, Henry Koesteker and William,tomorrow at 2 o'clock at the

wounded. haral), or soot sweeping._ In Ayios Theodoroa "I believe Sheriff's the several Department.F.B.I. yearsin Martin, Palm Beach, Browsrd Posi'ponesRetirement Grim. Gentry-Morrison Funeral' Kersey Funeral Home Chapel
-- --- -- thn to help state
since the last trouble heard of School, and local police and Dade counties Home was in charge of arrange-I'with the Rev. August Bernthal,
I the firing and rushed to the schools qualify me to be constable investigators and to make strong! ments. pastor of Grace Lutheran
scene. said. efforts of their own to enforce Church III Winter Haven, offtiating -

Tactics Simple "If ,elected he I will set up an the law, COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) U. RITES FOR MRS. FAULK Burial will be in Au.
office In Mulberry, where I can "Criminal action actually or Col. John H. Glenn Jr. postponed Funeral services for Mrs. mrndale Memorial 1 Park.
When Major Bassett. the best serve the people." apparently related to the labordispute Saturday for a month his Nancy Jane Faulk. 88, of 1103 Friends may call tonight front
battalion commander, arrived Involving the FEC railroad retirement from the Marine Terry Ave., who died Wednesday -5 to 9 o'clock.

at the spot "there was a lot must be stopped," Bryant Corps, apparently to avoid the were held yesterday afternoon .
of firing," he said. ''We wentIn Wins said In the telegrams. risk of losing his disability benefits at the Westside Baptist
and stopped It," h. added. Haywood "Report to me by five o'clock Church, The Rev. Clyde Futch I AMBULANCE

I "How?" he was asked. pm. Tuesday, March 3. .what The astronaut's announcementwas and the' Rev. Dolphus Wilkes of'iclated .
/j"My Victory OverDEAFNESS I "Why" he said over brandyand Sales HonorsCharles steps you have taken to do so." made at Grant Hospital in and burial was in New SERVICE
soda back at his command
I Sergeant Columbus, following consultation Home Cemetery. .t your ,..... cad
post "by doing
with his doctors and ad Pallbearers were Henry Davis -
lIE( York and running F, Haywood of 632 S. .very haw or else
uphill visers in his campaign for the Jr.. Ronald Davis, Dale Me-
Motorcycle and '
i\ and telling them to stop. Ingraham Ave., district man- City
V Democratic senatorial nomina Lendon Eugene McLendon, Jim
i a real life story Aylos Theodoras is built ager for Investors Diversified
I Davis and Pitts
across a small river valley.Its Services, Inc., and Its subsidiary -Patrolman Hurt tion.Glenn's my George
retirement to enter Music was furnished by Miss
Investors Life
525: Greek Cypriots live on Syndicate
politics was to take effect at Barbara Tucker, at the piano,
Insurance and Co. has
one hillside and its 685 Turk. Annuity
tc'ia. Ja4i a41t4.44t ish Cypriots on the opposite won membership In both the In CollisionA'Lakeland midnight However, a mild con- and the church choir. 417 N. Most. Ave.
slope. Investors Sales Executive Club cussion suffered in a bathroom Phone MU 6-2133

: LtGwdi* The! British Infantrymen with and in the Presidents Club for motorcycle policeman fall Wednesday has kept him SHARON STOCKSLAGER
their green berets decorated record sales during 1963. William was injured last night when hospitalized with an equilibrium WINTER HAVEN Graveside -
B. Boscow, vice president disturbance. He gets dizzy whenhe services for Sharon Kay
with what looks like inverted
**A robin sinn 'Cheer-up' if I needed to cheer up. I can I his motorcycle struck a car of
for has announced moves Stockslager daughter
HEAR again'! I'm full to bunting with the wonder and joy ofhearing. shaving brushes, spotted the sales which made a Heft turn directlyIn
choice of whether Marvin Stock-
houses from which the Investors Diversified Services florida The retire -Mr. and Mrs. Dukes Steen
guns front of him on North -
thanks to Bcllonc binaural hearing. My world had
were being fired. They Inc. Is the national distributorand Avenue its intersectionwith from the Marines immediately -slager, of Lake Haven Trailer
become bleak, barren, lonesome. Now I've been awakened to a at to on active held
charged up the hills and stoodIn Investment advisor for five East Street. or remain Park were Saturday morning
world full of music, laughter excitement and people. I've been front of the windows. mutual lunds, with, assets of; Magnolia duty pending final determinationof at 10 o'clock at Lakeside Funeral Home
rescued from a desolate, hopeless half-alive future more than $4.7 billion. Investors I I Patrolman C. E. Sharrett said his condition was offered Memorial Park. The Rev. Dr. :
had idea I would They Couldn't Shoot Life had than patrolman J. E. Mock, 1014 Glenn earlier In a telegram -
expected some help from Beltone. But I no Syndicate more
Pinevlew, suffered an injured 310 S.
have a beautiful brand new world In which I can meet any "They couldn't shoot out $1 billion in Insurance policies right knee and abrasionsand from Marine headquarters in. I 'r 6R OH Florida
cap : (
situation.with confidence. My Bellono Hearing Aid Consultantwas from the windows and the other representing 93,000 Individual bruises to both legs. Washington.Glenn "
side could shoot In policyholders, at the end of said his decision to remain i MEMORIAL HOME
so patient He fitted my hearing lots perfectly. What he sold He was listed in fair conditionby Phone MU ,23123ambulance
me was not a hearing aid-but HAPPINESS! said the major. 1963. Lakeland General Hospital on active duty came when \. ims* m. *...

(An actual letter from an nlhmlaitle) B.ll.n. .......) Only Friday local leaders of spokesman. doctors could not assure him Jp'.au a-iUSS I
both communities had signed CUBANS TRAINED his disability would not be service
t. mil IOOK-CIHM (ntfttoi or milt fat nluablt FREE took, HAVANA Sharrett said the accident hap- weeks. ::::: '
( hundred three
agreements their men would when resolved for two or "''
pened driven .
a car by .
which repeals what luwttt ttliotai man dolor you- not again carry arms and that Cubans have finished studies of Curtis Kelly of 112'/i! East Magnolia However, the doctors' failureto \- -- ----- .

British soldiers could take fishing techniques at the Soviet St., traveling south on assure Glenn of a quick recovery
h Ray '.rwa''" Wifrlfciitor them away if they saw any. Baltic Sea port of Kaliningrad North Florida Avenue made a was not to be taken as HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

J euo7t There was also shooting in and will return in the next few left turn in front of Mock's evidence of serious complications CoiUiHewJ Cheael Parking Let
} HEARING SERVICE the village of Ayios Ermolaos, days to work with the Cuban northbound motorcycle which the astronaut said. 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
15 miles outside I Nicosia, fishing fleet based In Havana had Its siren and red light on. Marine retirement orders can
207 E. Lemon St. 'Ph. 682-3450 where a 50-year-old Greek the Cuban press reported Satur- Tfearges are pending further be effective only on the first of FOSTER E. HEATH. Funeral Director

Cypriot shepherd was killed. day. investigation.. each month. I Cor. Lime end Ingraham Phone 682-0111

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Power Rote Reduction ExpectedBy

Ledger Staff Writer

The city commission is scheduled to reduce the their
I commercial rates for electric power in the Immediate -
| months ahead.In .
all probability, rates as low or lower than the
rates of the Tampa Electric Co. will be approved.
City Manager Robert V. Youkey
said that the administration began a
i ; 4t study on revised, reduced commer-
cial rates long before the Tampa
r Electric Co. sought state permission
to invade territory now served by the I
municipality.He .
said that the administration'splan
was to recommend lower ratesto
the city commission, with the reduction PRICES I GOOD
;,g to become effective at the be- FREE DOOR PRIZES DAILY !
ginning of the 1964-1965 fiscal year THIS WEEK ONLY!

SHILLING on Sept. 1Because. Just com in and register-Nothing to Buy-
the city's largest, single
source of cash income for operations Is the dividend You need not be present to win.
from the utility department, it may well be necessary -
to institute a lower commercial rate for power FREE GRAND PRIZE! !
over a period of years.
The current fiscal year is about $2,8 million. More than
one-third of this total is revenue from the depart- AIR CONDITIONER $250 VALUE.

dend ment for of electric 1963-1964 and is water more utilities.than $1 million.The cash divi- FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET

i r
Study Not Complete
Youkey said that the commercial rate study is
far from being completed. There is a possibility,
however, that a new rate schedule will be recom- I LOOK these FANTASTIC VALUES !
mended to the city commission that would slash the at
, municipality's operating income by as much as $300 I
000 per, year.Absorbing. : .
a revenue loss of that magnitude in I

a impossible single 12-month actuality period- unless appears the governing to be an body almost is I REFRIGERATORS I IYou'll I r WASHERS I

willing to call a complete halt to all l Im-
provement programs, including sewers, streets, the
library, a new auditorium-arena and other such
projects. UJhin
That is one basic reason why the commercialrate else find. illdo-out .poo >
reduction may have to be instituted over a per
iod of several years. Sales of the department of I REFRIGERATOR chlllir tray, I full-width I
electric and water utilities increase by about 12 per -- i vigttabli crisper, built-in 2Specc2Cycc
cent per year. The percentage increase in earnings
is of course, lower. A revenue loss of 12 or 15 per kutttr keeper and egg
cent in a 12-month period from utility earnings racks, and super storage
would be difficult A 35 per cent loss would be almost -
out of the question. door. 12.S cu. ft. All porcelain inside and out
Big 12-lb. tub capacity.
Ad Valorem Tax Cut Beautiful styling

In the past two fiscal years, the city commission a Gets clothes really clean gently.
reduced the ad valorem tax rate by a total of 3.5
mills In view of the utility rate situation, it may

tax be necessary rate by several for the mills.governing body to increase the $* ALL $. 7QI 8 8 $189

Naturally, there will be strong objections to any Mod.i EKt-13C
increase inthe millage rate. But the situation simply FOR WTAt W/T
boils down to the fact that one can't have his MODEL lJA 053-4
cake and eat it.
There is one possible situation to the fiscal problem -
The governing body is scheduled to consideran @ Whlntp t
equalization of the assessment roll for tax purposes @
this price you cm
It has already been reported that there are some hardly afford to fc* with- 2-Speed, 3-Cycle
gross inequities in the assessment roll, a fact broughtout IEFRIGEIATOI.
Commissioner James fREEZER out IciMogtc. Alio fto- AUTOMATIC WASHER
into the open last fall by
R WestThe v iI rum 2.' cu. ft. "ioro Big 12-lb. tub capacity
facts that some property In
apparent are digrto" freezer, vegetable Porcelain top
the roll at low ,
Lakeland is carried on very
assessments; other property, mostly improvementsin crisper, 12.2 cu. ft. of rtfrljirotid ;
relatively recent years, at reasonable values, with ipoct. '
some land and homes or businesses over-assessed. / i1ItYIi9" Q88 ;
A comparison between the city's assessed values
and the county's assessed values is now being made
by the administration and the commission. W/T
De'ails are not yet available, but the over-all
shows these figures: ALL $ $8 RCA WHIRLPOOL DRYERSNow
The city's assessment roll for debt service totals 249
is assessed on the Priced
$103,056,020. The same property $12888Aa
F09 As Low As
county roll at $135,552,376. Model EKM2FM W/T LKA 160
For operations, the city's total roll I Is 64786700.
The same property on the county roll Is valued at

$97,980,473.The figures speak rather eloquently on the needfor

some changes in*the *city's*assessments. @ IciMoglc automatic let AIR CONDITIONERS

Kelly Caught On Gag NO-FROST maker supplies you with
Things have been pretty serious lately, what oil the k. you seed. Alto
_ _ '
lash- ---- Prices
and the terrific
with the utility rate situation FREEZER foituron No-Froit throughout .
Ing being given the City of Lakeland for having the i
audacity to ask that the junior college be locatedat family tin "roro-deJ "
or near the population center of the county.So Start
,rtlH frotzir, twin erltpors
here's a story, a true story. J
Back in the 1950s, gubernatorial candidate Scott I 13.' cu. ft. rofrlgoratid -
Kelly was a little on the "green" side as a youthful I } ap.e.MODI' As Low
member of the city commission. And he had to con- I
tend with a couple of experienced pranksters in the
persons of James J. Musso and Guerry Dobbins. y iui As
Anyway, Kelly, only in his 20s, was elected mayor. r :
That was enough to put Dobbins and Musso into

action.They solemnly informed Kelly that they wantedto ALL $3 2 9 $13888
have a few private words with him at Musso'soffice.
When Kelly arrived for the few private IKT-HNM FOR W/T
words, the other two members of the commissionwere
waiting.In .
an air of mystery and conspiracy, Musso
pulled down the office shades and carefully locked Be Sure To Enter Our "OLDEST REFRIGERATOR" ContestSee
the doors: Then, he reached behind a file case and
came out with a little, black bag.
The Dobbins-Musso conversation went like this: one of our courteous salesmen for complete dettnls.
"Scott, now that you are the mayor, we are
going to cut you in on the deal We don't have to
worry about Leo. (Police Chief Leo H. Brooker.) t
We've Just given him a big pay raise and he doesn't
need a cut."Here's. OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
the list of names and addresses. We
take turns making the collection each week. You MON. & FRI. NIGHTS
take this black bag and walk into each of these
places. 'You put the bag down and look the other FREE g
way or else go into the wash room.
"When you are ready to leave, you pick up the
bag. And there will be something green in It. Thisis
worth $5,000 a month to us and making the collec-
tions is easy. It will be your tufa this week to TRADEINESTIMATES
make the rounds." \
Kelly sat speechless and Scott iln't one usually i
lacking in words. He turned red, white and green.It .
was a long moment before he realited that he was
being given the works by a couple*of expert leg-
pullers.:) He finally said: i
"Gosh, fellows, for a moment, thought you

were And serious.Kelly" just grinned while Musso and Dobbins 211 IS. Florida Ave. Open All Day Wednesdays Phone MU 2-5107

roared with laughter. ...

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I Sunday March I, 1964Ruby




DALLAS Tex. (AP) Jack
Ruby's murder trial wee re-
celled Saturday until Monday
with the jury Kill short two
/ members

For Ruby, 52, crown Increasingly
pale and gaunt of face
since his arrest, it meant an,
other lost weekend In a Dallas
County Jail celt He has been
held without bail since Nov. 24
when he shot to death Lee Harvey
Wit Oswald accused assassin of
President John F. Kennedy,
Eight men and two women
O have been sworn in as jurors
OONT07P..j since the trial began Feb. 17 before
Judge Joe B. Brown. By
noon Saturday, when the recess

13 HOURS was ron had called been 133 questioned.prospective Most ju

were disqualified for fixed opinions '
on the case or because

L V they opposed capital punishment

Carries Death Penalty

/ Ruby, operator of a Dallas
strip-tease joint, is accused of
malicious murder, which car.
ties a maximum penalty of
death in the electric chair
In presenting the state's case,
Dist. Atty Henry M. Wade Is
merely required to prove that
1 Ruby, when he stepped from a
crowd in the'basement of the
Dallas police headquarters and
QUALITY gunned down Oswald, did so
with premeditation that he
DlscouNT planned what he did and came
prepared to do It.
Wade said that, 'although
Texas law does not require the '
state to prove a motive, he will
unnew i attempt to do so Presumably,
he will try to show that Ruby .
hoped by killing Oswald to gain

pflPW /4 "fame Once and a full fortune.panel"of 12 jurorsis
tHW chosen, Ruby will enter a for.
mal plea to the murder charge,
-, .'. and the defense has said It will
v I
, be innocent by reason of temporary .

f H. Insanity.Case Outlined

In questioning prospective jurors -
over the past two weeks
the defense staff headed by
Melvin Belli, a colorful California
trial lawyer, has clearly
18 outlined In general terms the
case It Is prepared to present.
\ NO MONEY Their contention will be that
', during an upbringing on Chica
DOWN go's West Side Ruby suffered
r repeated head Injuries in a series
of street brawls and that
i' these left him with organic
.. "
brain damage.
r1; Butt-tn! swivel base for any angle viewing. Hand23"overall diagonal measure; 283 sq. In. picture From this damage the defense -

wired chassis. From. Grid Tuner provides excellent viewing area. Tinted Eye Shad. Filter Glass. a S contends, Ruby developed
psychomotor epilepsy characterized -
signal reception Golden M Premium Rated improves picture contrast while reducing annoy. by blackouts brought onby
Tubes built and tested to meet rigid Motorola ing reflections. Golden Voice Spooler. 5h"x7ft" shock and emotional stress.

standards. Golden M Picture Tube. Alnico 5 maget speaker for rich tone. nedy's The shock assassination of President in Ruby's Ken. I

adopted city of Dallas, the defense -
holds, triggered one of
these blackouts and he was in

NO MONEY DOW I CHARGE IT! Model 2JK89 shot effect Oswald, unconscious when he

KELVINATOR2DR. Take Months To Pay! I I TodayIn

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Today is Sunday, March 1, I
1964. There are 305 days left in
I REFRIGERATOR( the year. ,
Today's highlight in history:
> IlEEZEK CRESTMARK On this date in 1792 the chief ti
A ----t. STEREO engineer and designer of Wash I
wti 8 Speakers ngton, D.C.. Pierre L'Enfant. I
64 Wotto 2 was' dismissed by President
Beautiful Cabinet 7995 George Washington for insubormation I
41't j L'Enfant had refused 1
to publish his plans for the city
i i $19995 CONSOLE TV before lots were sold. I,
iA o Wood On this date:
Cabinet 1 1 995s' In 1867, Nebraska was admit. ,
ted to the Union as the 37th
II state.
NO MONEY DOWN. a ELECTRIC In 1911, the Western Union I
RANGE Telegraph Co. introduced night
O 100.16. Zero Zone letten.
i freezer with automatic defrosting _4-Burner, Storo 9. Draw 95 In 1932, Charles Augustus
er, 99 Lindberg Jr. was kidnapedfrom
; i B ;j .r. refrigerator section. Porcelain his home In Hopewell

crisper, full-width; dairy; 3011 NJ
y chest. ELECTRIC In 1952. the North Sea Islandof
RANGE Helgoland which had been i
surrendered to the Allies In
-4.Surner' code, full.width 1 1 95 19-42, was returned to Germany
A Oren, 9 r
Ten years ago-Five members
EMERSON of the U.S. House of Representatives -
1611 were shot down by three
Puerto Rican nationalists firing
at random from the House gal.lery .
\L- 9995 In WashingtonFive
years ago-Archbishop
akarios ended three years of
exile with a triumphant return

AIR CONDIT'! 'ONER to One Cyprus.years ago *. The U.S.

NO All launched a balloon-borne telescope -
Certified, NEMA 25 995 to search for evidence ofhfe .
$1 5 8 M61rEY rated, earth's on Mars atmosphere.from the top ofthe )

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2 separate wash and spin speeds. Water Family Size A TO R 95 Clay To Visit
temperature selector. Extra large wash 10 Cu. Ft. 14 9 Arab RepublicCAIRO

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(AP-The Egyptian
Boxing Federation sent a toes.sage .
j4 to heavyweight champion
Caulus Clay today inviting him
to visit the United Arab
LAKELAND: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. QUALITY DISCOUNTS lic. Repub-
Q/d Th. only true measure I That give you Instant The federation congratulating -
,j OPEN: Mon. thru Sat. 10-10 Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. of value guaranteed cash savings guaranteed ,the new champion said"you
"f I ALWAYS. EVERY DAY. proved that boxing dependa >
on art, good manners and
a strong will."


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I LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March 1, 1984 Il-A

Recreation i Lakeland Visitor Recalls Job With Scranton FamilyBy I

BABETTE STEIN11AUSEH l and often was allowed to accompany although Scranton' mother was Also, his family and wife have William Scranton is known for button.' they were wearing"
HeadlinersBy Ledger Staff Writer his mother on political involved In politics, "she never said they would rather he didn't!his energetic campaign for the The Scranton family and Gov.
Gov. William W. Scranton, R "
the said "
teurs wanted Bill
y to be a politician run
governorship In Scranton held In
are high retard
.. Pa., and the Scranton family,, According to Mrs Reynolds, "Mr Scranton hoped her son Described as "sincere and '1962, which he won from a long by the people of Pennsylvania
ck are close to the heart of Lakeland
BILL KENDALL special activities during the would be a statesman, and was unassuming." by Mrs. Reynolds: line of Democratic governors.Mrs. for their civic-minded-
re. Recreational Supervisor coming month. March I will be visitor, Mr. Edith Key::4 Negroes Die especially proud when he was Reynolds, who 1 II visit- lets and willingness to assist
ayvo Big things are In store for the! a movie March 12 will nolds Mn Reynolds, who for selected to work in the U.S. West Germans ing a cousin, Mr*. William E. both the state and communitythey
: be
Wig People of Lakeland and t singing period March 19 will a 17 years .servad .* secretaryto In Ocala Fire State Department under the late Swigert 1425 Elgin St., remarked .! live In, Mr*. Reynolds
rrounding areas at the next. be a singing period; and March Scranton'i Wither, Mn Secretary of Staid John Foster Ban KangarooMeat that Sen. Barry Goldwater isld
ka This Stararama will Scranton' - -- --- --
ararama. OCALA (AP-Four Dulles commanding officer
26 will be
Worthington Scranton, bal
a party entertainment only
cen sponsored by the Lakeland burned to death yesterday whena Mrs. Scranton did live to see Sales in the Air Force Reserve, said
oath Board, The Cheerleaders .I praise for the possible' Republican fast-spreading fire, started by her son run for congressman, Gov. Scranton would have a HEMORRHOIDSFissures
asen Lakeland Senior and AU elderly citizens and visitors candidate for President. good chance If he for the
r High of the explosion of a stove de- however; she died shortly before BONN Germany AP)-The ran
ONN. Lakelande.-s Invited to During the lime Mrs. Reynolds stroyed a home at Cltra 20 miles he was elected to the 87th Con- nomination. However she also Fistulas and
U The feature artist this time attend. The group starts at .:?O assisted the governor's north of here. I gress. West German Parliament. told of a recent incident where other Rectal Disease
'ill be Bryan Hyland whose ,e- a.m. with dancing and card banned the sale of canned kangaroo "Bill requested friends to remove : treated
successfully by
krof playing. mother, Mrs Scranton was active The victims were not Identified Mrs Reynolds said she believes meat Friday but it approved the homemade 'Scranton
ordings are too numerous to NONSURGICALmethods
in both state and national immediately. Deputies saida Scranton will not run for continued sale of canned '
1st. His last big bit was a Civ- As a special feature, dance Infraction I .
about 60 and three
and served man mall the
politics as a Republican Republican nomination for kangaroo tall soup-a favorite
War ballad "I'm Afraid To Go U offered from 9:30 :
en I : National Committeewoman. children died. A woman escaped. President. delicacy here YOlpt TICKET TO !
Is to 10 a.m. in ballroom dance. NO LOSS OF TIME
rsly. lame. Bryan probably nembered IMPORTED
It at this time that FOODS
"Bill has said
he will not run The bill aid
. for his some kangaroo
best Each
participant brings a young Scranton got his first pre The man, attempting to starta unless drafted by the entire meat had been found to contain 5mresi i DR. EARLE RABB
n the bikini swim suit In the lunch and a fee of 10 cents Is view of politics "Even as a fire In the stove, apparently country," said Mrs. Reynolds, salmonella, a microscopic JJlcltrysaw i CLINIC N.D.
ssu ong Itsy Bitsy Yellow Polka charged to cover the cost of young boy of 10 or 12 Bill I poured gasoline or keroseneover "and he 1 II certainly a man who growth, and Infection had been MSS morrwt mm .
at Bikini. coffee:. _ ____ __bowed real interest. ..in politics live coals, officers said I stands behind his conviction .aused: by It. a w- Mi cr S-4SM Winter MMM
Some of Bryan's most remem
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Ste red recordings are "Jinny
{ me Lately" "I Never Stopped
ant 1 n I You" "Remember
,,16," "Sealed With A Kiss,"
'Warmed Over Kisses," and
Let Me Belong To You."
Is Bryan will do two shows His tQuauTY
ofof first show will be at 10 p.m.
nd his second show will be at
1:30 p.m.Featured.
along with Bryan
ill be two top bands. The bandat
,s will back Bryan and play
It portion of the dance will be
a ither the "ArdeU's" or the
e ''Mystics" The other band wig
d the "Impressions"
o The dance will start at 8 p.m.

e e :nd ivic will Center.end at midnight at the t:, DISCOUNT I Shop 12 Noon to 7 P.M. I

Dress will be school clothes.
h Advance tickets will go on salet :
e I the Recreation Center Mon.
ay for SI 23 stag and $2 drag. .
ILY ickets purchased at the door I.I
111 be $150 stag and $2.50 drag. ;t Ili {.,

ISs Youth regular Board monthly MeetingThe meeting wL 1 ItWLDUt 01N.1 &"O""s'rby: TODAY IS 000 !

if the Youth Board will be held DISNEYUtNDI 't'S ,,$' t
Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. NAfi
I President Becky Keeney has 1 ;
I 'asked that each member makea
special effort to be present as WCKYCART DAY!

discussed.many important Items will be .-

Tops on the agenda will be I

Conference forthcoming to be District held III here Teen in : ADULTS YOU MAt WIN ONE, OF MANY PRIZES INCLUDING: I

April. A : .i I
I II Ii Recreation ScheduleMONDAYWomen's ONLY ; White Web Chair
1 t Patio set of 5 Broadway L.P. Records I

II I class, 9:30: a.m., Recreation exercise Cen- Official Dartboard Game 'Set of 5 Hootenanny LP. Records :
Ii ter; teen activities, 3 p.m., Rec PLEASE
reation Center; Intermediate Set of 8 Glosses Door Towel Holder I

i bridge, 7:30: p.m., Recreation

Center.TUESDAY-Teen activities, 3 : THE RULES ARE SIMPLE: :

p.m., Recreation Center; Youth
Board meeting, 8:30: p.m., Recreation A number will be drown every hour. If you have the lucky number I

WEDNESDAYIntermediate Center. \ ._5twur? on your shopping cart, you will win: a fabulous prize.CHILDREN'S ILADIES'
bridge, 10 a.m.'Recreation Cen- ,

ter; teen activities, 3 p.m., Rec- \ ,, -II :
reation Center: square dance (
classes, 8 p.m., Recreation Cen- 1

ter.THURSDAYRecreation Club f MEWS !
9:30: am. Recreation Center; t
I teen activities, 3 p.m., Recreation r

class, I:30 a.m., it'=" -'catlon Cen- fi
ter; teen activities, 3 pm., Rec 1 \
Baton 8.9, 10:30a : 1 SHIRTS -. :
m., Recreation Center; Air _
Rifle Club. 11 a.m., Recreation "
Center; baton 10-12( 11:30: a.m., I
I Recreation Center; intermediatebaton
12:30 p.m., Recreation 4 for 2 f for
Center; Stararama, t p,m., Civ :
i ic Center.

Sunday Musical 97c :
Sunday at 3 p.m. the Parks
and Recreation Department will 5.00 3.00
I present another Sunday musical.
Featured will be the Florida
ouble fab. I
i Southern Concert Band. As a upp.

I special present a feature string the trio band consisting will 1 Rubber wrapper cushion Cool, crisp, comfortable 1

1t 1 of Mrs. Virginia( Hennessey, violin Dacron and cotton innersole
t ; Wendell Waters, vlollncello; 1 Assorted patterns

1I Prof.Next William week the Spivey department, piano.will 1 Assorted styles ; 'a ,., 1' : Child's and Misses' and colors ,

feature the Business Women's 4 8t/2 to 3 1
I Chorus of the T.mpERer.rea- I In a rainbow of colors 100% cottonWomen's
tion Department's Music De-
i partment under the direction of Sizes 32 to 38 sizes 4 to 10 Sizes 30 to 42 1
Mrs. Ida Lago. 1
The group will do selections
from Broadway hits "Gigl" 1 ,
i' "Music Man," and "Carousel'leatured '"
I will be soloist Jesse "

Pascual, Gloria Delgado, and -' J ,,.. k ,.MKMY- -.'''.YiSG.Y'w.nHay.- -.....-.3M.WM. ..J1L.\..->.>-v, _:dJ: d. ...:v."r-r.""f,... ,
i't hirley Stemler. Accompanistill '
be Martha Jane Champie. &_.tt. J J, miW r MISSES' BOYS' SPORT r :
t Another featured group will I
,e Mary May and her Baton "SHIFyNGJAM icAS SHIRT

Music wirier Man.In a"production of the FOR THEBEATLE I CARDIGANS I

The Recreation Lakeland/ Recreational Club 1.28 2 $3 FAN 2.76 1.11 '

Hub has announced plan for for
II '
AerUant hit wash 6' wear,
curt Prohibits Colorful assorted prints all Dae ran* Polyester cotton. Short Sleeve Sweat. 1 CO Dyed tt match buttons, 7 col- Cotton In solids, prints, checks,
1 III cotton. For lounging, beachTrim sUc sipper ,,,ling. 6 col skirts, did 8 ft II ,,, .... 1.30 ',, era, sizes J4 to 40 Long .trlpoI Short sleeve, 511. 45 1sleeves.
wear cr sleeping. Site S-M-L on. Size 818. Shelties to 16.
trike Violencet I I
1 -1 Palo Shirts J/F ,


I TAMPA training order(AP-A prohibiting temporary vl- FERTILIZER SALE PATIO SETs I Girls't. II Pajamas. |a 87 STATIONERY GOLF SET I; ;

) V nee In the Florida Steel Cor-
ration strike has been Issued s,
r Circuit Court Judge Roger D. 97* 12.44g Wigs .., ..2.58Girls' 55 39.84
Jvnn. ba *
I The order Issued Friday at 16 .n"lop'I4 sheets of ;
1 ShIfts, A p. .
s request of the company. en- I 6-6-6 ell chemical, formulated 6 web chaise with 2 chair sizes 7 t. 14 .. ..7fl 10 5 irons, 2 woods, bag, cart, J ,
Ins the United Steel workersAmerica ''' Selection of colors end d.
bolls tuber end 12
I against violence and I especially for Florida lawns. One Inch aluminum tubing. I hardwood
Quires that an picketing be Fold. t.... ,
cefuL 1 l
JTie listed more than .. ; '"
company : -- {
1 _
[incidents of violence In its pew e ---'f/iI"- I>
Hie strike began Jan. 31 in a

>tract ken ute over have is ,a the new attempted first contract.the to steel The ne- LAKELAND: U. S. 92 East At Rose St.. I Q,( QUALITY The only! 'r.,. mtaiurtI I I DISCOUNTSThai,. yaw instant

jiate with Florida Steel after! OPEN: Mon. thru Sat. 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday: Noon. to 7 P.M. )A value I"oron'tt"ALWAYS. cash ravings 9"0onltt4
tig named bargaining agent)) EVERY DAY.,

I the employes last summer i ...


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12-A LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday March I, 1984Lfl I
Cotton To Tell Of EuropeIn

.1! I I M. Cotton Lecture, a native of At years until CollegeI his transfer last EARLY

(Florida who is n fIN a /journciuE June to Miami as Methodist o
I in London, England, will give district superintendent.
a public lecture tomorrow at 10 Cotton is on a lecture tour of
am In the Annie Pfeiffer several colleges and universities -
I Chapel of Florida sponsored by the Methodist 1M" RAbp "
Southern General Board of Education. He +
College. will be at Florida Southern BIRD.
I He will speakon through Tuesday, speaking to _
"Europe and various student and faculty
the United groups In addition to his public -
States A Tur- lecture.
bulent Future," Cotton Is a graduate of Randolph .
In reviewing .Macon College and holdsa
changes and masters degree from the
problems in the University of North Carolina. '
area of economics Before going to London he
j b'H' COTTON newspapers, as a staff
The visiting lecturer is edi writer for Science Service In
torlal director of European Securities Washington, and six years on THRU.TUESDAY7'BOYSI
the Wall Street Journal.
Publications, which include -
the London Letter and the
European Business News Service Mechanical toys are not new.
Before the Christian errf, ancient .
He Is the son of the Rev. Dr. Greeks made a wooden DISCOUHT
and Mrs. C M. Cotton. His pigeon that flew Air escaping I / I
father was pastor of First from an animal bladder as from I I
I Methodist, Church here_for four a balloon propelled the toyFERTILIZER. FOOD CENTER ,
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MARKS THI SPOT-Thu design m the porting lot ot LoUlond Central' Hoipifel mtanino
,.'.In.. This ii the ores dnlgntftd/ so thf hotpitol"I htllceptfr landing ('''. The odditlo" of the
htlipert to lh, hospital roundi wo' pprovtd by tho ',d"o'' Aviation Agtney (Ledge Photo ByP.tklni rm '
) K" ter. SALE'
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Special Services Set Today '


> By Evangelist Rev. Sam ToddHighlighting 6-5-5 ESPECIALLY 99 C


a two week cru the usual closing time of Frlda;also non.racial In attendance.I II
Bade that ends Friday, Evan night's service to allow several I The main theme of the crusade' 50 POUND BAG I
gelist Sam Todd will address persons the chance to take ad. is "Christ Is the Answer." II I
members of severaL demonma
vantage of a special Invitation I The minister has traveled and
lions at a service this afternoonat
the new Branscomb Memorial! to come forth to the edge of the, spoken in 49 foreign countries I 25i I
in the course of his "Crusade AZALEASIn IT..7N
Auditorium on the Florida l I stage for a special prayer For Christ telling his followers)I N'L'P k

Southern College campus. The Rev. Mr. Todd noted that that"Christianity is being givenits 0 OR
The crusade, sponsored various the number of persons attending day In court by world opin- Gallon Buckets R
denominations in Polk "
the services was growing each ion. His activities outside the D
County, began Monday nlghtl U. S. include an extensive radio cR ,
and services have been night.In broadcast In the Philippines 18 Inches High C t
each of his services the
the city auditorium.Today' that he plans to activate on 97
noted the need for I
,evangelist a
service, beginning at an enlarged basis. FORMOSASOUTHERN
of In
2:45: o'clock this afternoon, will awakening and Christianity According to the Rev. Mr. CHARM
the declineof
today's society I
be centered around the theme' his work Is tell the QUALITY
Christianity among "the inellectuals" Todd to PRIDE OF MOBILESOUTHGATE BLUE RIBBON FRESHLY GROUND
of Christianity within the home churches to stop fighting one
and the family. I today. He cites a another and go out and fight i
growing trend towards immoral
The special service will include Ism and "even atheism"World the: devil. I
the address by the evangelist The son of a minister, the ,.v BEEF 3 99cFARMER
and a special musical TravelerThe Rev Mr. Todd was born in LBS.
program and guest singers. crusade Is sponsored by Mississippi and lived most of i
Extend Time several Polk County Churches his life in Georgia. He is. a ONLY
and by many denominations graduate of Asbury College and I
Speaking to a crowd In excess The area.wide revival Is not Holmes Bible i I College and, GRAY
of 500 Friday night at the city only Interdenominational, but Seminary. I
auditorium, he chose as the
basis of the evening's speechthe FRANKSBEEF La49
word of Jesus, "I am the I
truth" Explaining the passageof
the Bible, the Rev Mr. Todd
then applied the message to to-

day's society, noting the rising t f r PERSONA SIZE
rate of drinking and Immoral A
a )
The Evangelist had to extend 6b '

Dixie Hotel, Save by MARCH 10th IRY'1- '

Old Titusville. -- 'i'iRY

Landmark, Burns 4 BAR .uMIT T-e'rIR i ir
the older landmarks on the FlorIda a 7000 010$
east coast, the 71yearoldDixie a
Hotel, was swept by fire
Saturday. Some 60 permanent t b
residents of the three story EARN DIVIDENDS
frame and stucco structure were

evacuated.The r
blaze destroyed the top
floor and damaged the rest of INTOMATOSAUCgOR

the men building said it would so badly be razed.that fire-The 1 IN LESS THAN BEANS MOLASSE S ,. 54I.'

owner had planned, Donald to McLean wreck, it said, anyway he. iMR | CANS FOR

to make room for a modern
apartment complex. LIBBY'S
The Dixie was one of several

M.resort Flagler the hotels Florida when erected East he Coast was by Henry building Rail. 30 I DAYS STEW 3'

way. Opening up a wilderness, CAN .,
the railroad reached Titusville in
Until the rails were laid on MUSTARD ..COLUROTURMIP
southward, travelers going to GREENS .KALE 100&
Miami transferred at Titusvilleto TURNIP WITH ROOTSFIELD'S PKG 'II
mail boats,boarding the boatsat
the Indian River dock behind

the Dixie. i aFRESH

Supermarkets, 1( EARN FULL 4% PER ANNUM. NO HIGHER ;:':



chain has settled
supermarket H HrMr
a dispute with the Congress of Potatoes :
Racial Equality that brought'
picketing, boycotts and the new-
est civil rights weapon the NEXT DIVIDEND PAID MARCH 31st 4
shop-in .tI
CORE and Lucky Stores Inc, '
officials said they were happywith ,; -

CORE the settlement.Initiated the demon .:ri S VLGr I' ; .1 .' LB. : &

strations, contending Lucky bad t'

reneged on previous agreementto 4 ,
Negroes in addition ., ,
hire more d tis',1os 'pe annum currant dividend
to those already working.
Lucky denied discriminationand FRESH LEAFY GREENcthbaga'J1
charged CORE with want
Ing "reverse discrimination. New Friday Evening Hours..4 PM to 7 PM
A crowd of CORE volunteers
would monopolize the shopping
carts, fill them and then refuseto
pay for the groceries at the 30th
check-out counters after the u
were rung. on the cash
v r registers. ,/ /

r The Appalachian Trail runs J1334.1364rr
from Maine to Georgia
through' M states. 1 national _ALIn'. ''
,_ forests and 2 national parks r lakeland: U.S. 92 East at Host St. G '... ..ALWAY- *
The trail is maintained by a OPIM 0,11 l-li Soixtay MM M fl p m "''-.. -,,.,,,, .;...::::,rr.BHV+otv*
;' number of private hiking and
camping organizations.


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Lakeland Police Disaster Squad Ready For Any EmeraencvDEADLY"

(' ..'". : Ledger Staff WriterIf
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;; an emergency should arise in Lakeland, a LAKELAND LEDGERLAKELAND
I 1 handle select group it.They. of highly trained men are ready to: 1 1,7:11

are members of the Lakeland Police De LEDGER, Sunday, March I, 1964 1-B ;
partment, 20 of them, who form the Emergency
Disaster Squad. .... _________-_m_;:___

Created on May 7, 1961, this squad is equipped
and trained to handle any which
emergency might "
come "
up.Such '

an emergency could come about from a ,' + ::; ; : "
hurricane, labor violence a mentally disturbed person 4t ; :.l '
barricaded in a building, a serious wreck or a
variety of crowd-gathering incidents.

; '
Each A VolunteerThe
head of the squad is Lt. John H. Sangster, ..
training officer for the police department. He is
assisted by Sgt. N. R Lacopoulos and Sgt. D. H.
Handley. Seventeen other men are members of the L
squad, each a veteran with the police department and
each a volunteer.

They are equipped to handle any emergency.
Equipment includes rifles and bayonets, shotguns
riot sticks, machmeguns. tear-gas
guns, gas masks
and a supply of gas of different types. M

Training for the squad includes going to the
police pistol range on the Old Mulberry Highway v x
j at least once a month. Last week, in a training
session, the members clearly demonstrated their
ability to handle any emergency,
.) I Their most effective
i weapons for controlling an
emergency are the I
gas guns, grenades and dispensers
Gas Proves Best
Three. types of projectiles are used in the gas
guns. They are for short medium and long ranges,
depending upon the circumstances of the emergency.

H The use of tear gas, Lt. Sangster emphasized,
has been proved the best method for breaking up a
serious disturbance without the loss of life or incurring i
0 injury.

"The principal aim of the squad is to protect ATTACK-COUNTERATTACK_Potnlman' W..1. Connell ,. shown.. ot left with not trick
people's lives and property with the least amount thwortlng attack by Patrolmen' W. L. Croamor. Members of the emergency squid org trointd to
.rDEADL' of violence," he said. defend thtmiolvoi from unruly crowd.

When a crowd threatens the squad, or when
squadsmen can get close enough to a house, then I Ik
gas grenades are employed. A man with a gas mask
Horo Sgt. locapoulot dtntonitrotti how to VM the lubmochinogun to could also use a gas dispenser which controls the
mtmbert of
'trained in the th Emergency Di..".. Squad of the Lokelend Police Deportment Squid ", .",11... ore amount of tear gas being released by the user. '
uses of varloui ,
"' .1l-
.OpOII" What the ,squad is armed with : '
would ,
depend .
""" ..
upon the situation, Sangster said. '!!' .7t ;. ,,,

Arms Match Emergency

"The squad will be armed to take care of whatever .
., situation occurs," he said. "The primary armament .
', for most general situations will be the riot and
r night sticks," he added.

"If.a group of high school students got out of
hand and we were called out we certainly won't
send a squad of men armed with rifles and bayou
nets," he explained."However .

if the squad is to be sent to cope with
d. a group known to be armed and violent, we cer
tom; tainly won't send the men out to meet the situation
without arms."

And they have the arms to cope with the> situa
tion. Carbines, each with bayonets fixed, shotguns
i KMrw and fub-machlneguns could be brought Into play if
the situation warranted it. c'Fx
If Each man on the squad is trained to use each
weapon. .fudging from the bullet holes in the tar-
gets last week, they have learned their lessons well.

Physical Fitness Important

' e Along with weapon and gas training, men also
receive instructions on riot stick handling, both howto
,'I defend themselves from an attacker's blows and
how to press an attack. "
Physical fitness is of prime importance to mem-
' bers of the,emergency squad and each man is givena
\ workout to keep himself in shape.
As teamwork progresses, men learn different
& combinations of formations they can use in different
%4EJi s \t situations. They include the wedge, line and picket
formations. Each would be used to control crowds. 'fJl 'lw
Besides their training in the field, emergency 1"11:: '.J ,
& i L squad members are also trained in: chemical agents Ii .
: .. and gas equipment; bombs and handling of bomb
threats; atomic energy emergencies; riot control;
civil -military. responsibilities in riots; riot sticks; SHOTGUNS-FROM THE IP-M_... of the Lakeland Police .........'. ImorgoncyDhaitor
THIS IS THE PICKET rORMATION-Uud ta that pertone will not stop e..er II..., this the state court system, with regard to jurisdictions; Squad or. shows hare firing shotguns from the hip, on. of the poiitioni ( must bofamlllor
picket formation I b demonttiatid by member of the Lakeland Police Deportment'i Emergency DnaiterM writs and warrants functions; and attack of barri with of '" .",10... of tho aqu.... Th., ors shown h... training ot tho Uktlond: 'r"' pistol,
.*'.,Thtv era trained In ill phoiee cf crowd control. cades. rongo on tho Old Mulberry. Hlghwoy

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EMERGENCY SQUAD DEMONSTRATES WEDGE the wedge formation vied In controlling crowds. They Guderian, Cpl. R. R. Beole, T. R. Kippenberger, B. K.

.FORMATION-These U Lakeland policemen, member are from the loft, Patrolmen 8. A. Tow, L. W. Crow, Womble, B. C. Putnam, A. F. Johnson, and R. A. Lehman .

of the Emergency Disaster Squad, demonstrate W. J. Connell, C. E. Sharrett, W. L. Creamer, C. H. n. (Ledger Photos By Hughes




2-B LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March t, 1114 ",

I ManyThayrs Will Get Rude Jolt Next Year f yt

WASHINGTON The new this spring will be less th- uy law. This dm be done too little tax withheld under $151.10. change his present withholding
tax Uw may Jolt a number of they had expected. either by reducing the number the new rates and withholding status.
taxpayers a year from now- One or the other of these of dependents claimed, for schedule a matter than can Smaller Refunds Treasury officials concedethe
unless they take prompt stepsto two things will happen to a withholding purposes, below be determined precisely only Many taxpayers In this same estimate Is scarcely more
correct it. great many taxpayers. The the number to which the tax by examination of each (pacific Income bracket will still get than an educated guess and
The new 14 per cent with. reason is that the tax law reduces payer Is entitled or by asking case. refunds though probably that they really have no Idea
holding tax rate will be too the tax withholding rate the employer to withhold a The amount that will be un- smaller ones than in years just how msny taxpayers may
low to fully cover the tax liabilities for J966 even more than it specified flat amount of additional der-Withheld most income past-If they are homeownersor find themselves facing unexpected .
of many individuals reduces taxe.-bout III billion taxes. levels-will be greater In 1964, for other reasons have personal tax Mils or not roceiv 'Town Meeting' Might Solve IssueBy
whose taxes have been completely more, according to treasury Another solution Is for taxpayers than It was In 1963. deductions that exceedthe leg expected Ux refunds.
paid by withholding in estimates who have not done win For example a married couple standard deduction. RONNIE STUART
the past They will owe the Withhold More the past to begin paying with 110,000 of income, all The treasury's estimate that Pensacola, Fla cradle of Unit- Ledger Staff Writer
government tax money on For the individual taxpayer, their taxes on a quarterly from wages who use the tax refunds next year will total I ed States Naval Aviation, has
April 15, 1965. the solution to the potential basis, if they fear they will be standard deduction, would only JJ.7 billion-instead of I lived under five f\aga-.Cpa\ BARTOW Several Interesting comments and
For other taxpayers, the problem to ask his employerto seriously under-withheld. have been underwithheld by the $36 billion expected for I France, Britain, the United developments came out of last week's school board
problem will be that the tax withhold more from his pay Whether or not an Individu $50 for 1963 but the under- this year-Is based on the asI I States and the Confederacy. meeting-even if the question of the permanent location
of Polk Junior College is still up in the air.
This meeting came the day after the death of 1
.... Grace Matalious, the controversial
r New England author who once wrote
a book which climaxed with an "old-
< 1 1t r.fashion town meeting," a meeting .
similar to the one apparently wanted
by the majority of the people of Polk
jl County when school board members
housetvai' flhi meet with members of a State Depart. ,

4 ,,, ment of Education Survey Team.
J '1 In Miss Matalious' book, every
resident of the town crowded into city
; carnival (111(1.111
( 'YI114 hall and was allowed to discuss, ask
STUART questions and voice opinions about
OnOTHERid the town's current problemwhetheror
not a school principal should be dismissed for vio.
wishes of the school board. New England is
note for such meetings.It's .

obvious all of the people of Polk County can
not be brought together to discuss where the junior
General Electric specials! college should be. But It still seems as if they shouldbe

given a chance to attend this meeting.One .
thing was made apparent at last week's
Sunbeam hostess helpers meeting. People of the county will not be satisfied
t if the school board journeys to Tallahassee to dis
cuss contents of the survey team's report with Dr.
l James Wattenbarger, head of the SDE Division of
Junior Colleges, and other members of the team.
."' The approximately present for last
party percolator week's meeting let their feelings known by hearti
ly applauding Ralph Durrance after he had declared"I
24.99 am not going to Tallahassee."
UffliBUM( I' It now is up to Dr. Wattenbarger and members '
34.99 of the team to determine where the meeting will be
.t.ln', ,.,, ,,..,

Brews 12 to 30 cups automatically. keeps coffee ..... held.It seems as if the wise thing to do would be to
hold the in where Polk
hot for hours no drip faucet. it's lightweightand meeting a place many
Countians as possible could attend. A meeting in
good looking. will enhance any table. nr Tallahassee would be a closed meeting for all practical

r purposes.Very .
few persons would be able to drive the
+ electric knife some 300 miles to attend the meeting.
And the selection of the site has ballooned into
19.991 such a controversy, the people of the county deserveto
be able to attend this meeting.This .
is the American way.
Carousel rotisserie broiler A homemakers dream carves and *

27.99 slices\food professionally beautifully ( Surprising Statement Made

styled and so easy to use for all City Commissioner Tom Turnbull of Winter Haven

Completely news different, faster cooking method slicing needs from meat to angel foodautomatic may have come up with the most surprising state
vertical rotary broiling gives exciting flavors .. -. ment of the meeting when he said the Winter Haven
to foods. no basting required cooks 2 broiler' t cake., .' .pt' "iJW'U Golf Course was offered as a site for the college at
size chickens or 8 lb. rolled roost. : }"' the suggestion of Board Members Wendell Watson
i V and Mrs. Dora Cox Phillips, both of whom have opposed .
acceptance of the survey team's report
mending the golf course as the site. recorJ1.f
r Turnbull even went as far as to quote
saying "All our problems would be solved if the
golf course were offered as a site for the college.
'.r.'.. n -
automatic party grill 'Riches' Hinted

Turnbull made another interesting observation
26.99 when he quid people who own the "mined out"
land in Eaton Park "would get rich"

and Transforms foods '- because of increased land values, if the college were
F Easy to use quick too simple s .. located there.
and left overs into unique bite size taste treats in : '"'I, The Eaton Park site, offered by the American
just 90 seconds! Wonderful for left overs! '' Cyanamid Company, is reclaimed phosphate land.


r, zw t Deadline Nears

Another sidenote to the whole situation is the
fact that American Cyanamid has set March 13 dead.
reflector toaster line for accepting the site. The company extendedthe
.,_ deadline once to allow the survey team time to
,,.- 10,99 come in and look at the six sites offered but there

Unique reflected heel toasts both tides at has been no indication the deadline will be extended.It .
1 one bread, muffin, open facesandwiches dI.*.. does not seem likely that a decision on the
butttrcd toast. Toasts frozen matter will be reached before then. Actually, it's beginning
--" '4 -- .- Become an issue in the upcoming elections.
c automatic two slice toaster This could lead to the downfall of some candidates .
13.99 especially school board candidates. Others
could be in danger also because of the sectionalism
-s .., Easy to see control knob high toast lift which has erupted around the choice of a sit* for the
toast any shade desired gleaming .
1 modem chrome finish. college.It
I now looks :s !: ih.rc: .re !ir? 6t'OUps-Lake.
atV I r / Jo / landers, who do not want the college at Winter Haven -
: ; Bartowans, who want the college at their mu-
nicipally-owned Bartow Air Base; and residents of
the rest of the county, who want the school board to
accept the recommendation of the survey team and
construct the college at the golf course.


River Board To Meet

At 10 o'clock Thursday morning, the Peace River
Board will meet for the first time since adopting a
policy forbidding unauthorized persons to see the
i minutes of its meetings.Remarked .
Horace Jones, chairman of the board:
"If they want copies of our minutes, let them bring
their secretary and take them down like we do.
New Ambassador oven-broiler As Jones spoke these words, a reporter who was
covering the meeting as part of his job sat in an adjoining .
bakes broils and, thaws! room because there is barely enough room
In the Peace River office for board members.
grills, warms and toasts!

..Aerially priced I General Elcctric's Leading Lady COMMENT OF TIlE WEEK. County Commission .
Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon remarked "If

13.99 ft...._... _......_..... ._ ...11.. hair dryer we're having all this trouble over a junior college, I
.. MM A* FM Ilif lMsas < ._. wonder what it would be for a four-year one."
It's a broiler, or with a quick flip-aver-it's an oven. It's 6 14.99
appliances.' in one unit, I 111>" 01>'5". You can set .
compact ..
the thermostat control from a low I 150 to a high 550. In gleam. 4 heat Hair dryer selections with .large. bouffant"cool" far bonnet summertime. 1 Griffin To Speak At Wales SchoolLAKE
jng chrome: finish with stay-cool handles actually, designer I. #I I a drying complete with attractive carry and II I
styled! Join your guests and cook at table with Ambassador. storage COM PLUS--n w speed curl attachment WALES State representative ter. Future Homemakers of

Save money and buy Ambassador-the best oven-broiler buy of ,..... .... ..... ___ kit at. no extra charge IncludMIspeed Ben Hill Griffin of America.
-4 curler I 4-oz. Brack shampoo
Brothers' Housewares. .. .,w ..e,........ ... Other
Moos .. -'''' I ".oz. Brtck crnne ,In... rustproof, candidate for t estate events planned by MaryJo
," .. senate, will address the for the special week are
student body of Lake Vales Career Day at the high school.
.. Housewares Hip School Wednesday on the a downtown display of a recent
: '" '.\.I 414at valor and importance of a ,o0 IecIIIcatioo. survey on school dropouts, and)

t? U'I-I/ / n .,.,. YOU W NO MOil AT MAAS MOTHtlS.' a showing of s film no dropouts -
I x, f J His appearance here Is one at a local F. H. A. meet-
AND YOU RECEIVE ALL THI MAAS QUALITY SERVICES of the major events of "Stay InScbool Ing.
Week" a project of I
Mary Jo Holland Lake Wales United States agricultural assets
;' FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE High School student who 1* a $214 billion) equal about
J candidate for the office of vice- three-fifths of all corporation
1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR, MORE president In charge of publications stocks on the New York Ex
of the Florida chap- change.




_LAKELAND LEDGER_ -, Sunday, March I, ISM JoB
The Panama Canal opened itsi I,,from deeP water. to deep water
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THI GOOD OLD DAYS-Faur formir L.h.4, mayan t.lk ..or the (oo4 oM 4.yi of not too 'AS I WAS SAYING, MR. MAYOR ,'Diicvumg; city growth and Ik. problomi of the I
long .,. .t a mMtiiti .( rha lakeland' Yacht Clu II. ...'" the laft, the rotm.r, "'.,., and the cit,'. mayar 0'. four me who raolly knew the '.obl...... Tiny art ill former mops of l.k..
I terms they served. art I. I. Kallay J,., 1942 Horace Gibson, 194J; frank Th.mp.or. IUD, 191 I| land, who war ."'0'"| IS fer...., moyon to meet .t the Loktland' Y.cht Club Friday night From
u4 Wilbur Y. Waottn, Will ", ...."., at rh* city tmmiuin, .he" was mayor In 1954. (Ladgir tKo loft bore, with tho forms they sorted, oro William M. Holln, I9J7 Son. Scott Kelly, 1955 L. !
Photos ly Perkins) Garry Dobkin, 1950, and R. H. Gikion, 1961. i
.r"h THE ;

I I Tigers- Surprise. Host To Former Lakeland Mayors. II mal g] ,; -, ii L AUTHENTIC STYLE !I :'

I if wont :
The mayors of the City of still active members of the governing Tolson, voted in favor of the I "They are spending too much Hearing that the mayors of in Lakeland, the longest tenureof you _""M
Lakeland held their first annual body. school site. ,money down there. If It keeps Lakeland "for the past 100 any major league organization to be correct on the campus!
dinner Friday night at the The renovation of the city Tolson said that he didn't up I'U have to file again as a years" were In session, the in one city, and he added:
Yacht Club with the Detroit audItorium for use as a library care where the library was lo- candidate for the commission" three Tiger executives came Into "We have sincerely enjoyedour
the host for the
Tigers surprise failed to win cated. association with Lakeland.
occasion. a The Detroit Tigers enteredthe the dining room for a brief The dinner Is 'on' the Tigers PLOTT'S LEEDS I
Two former mayors were in He also refused to endorsethe
Eighteen former chief executives favor of the present librarysite. resolution commending the picture In the persons of visit with Campbell announcing The best friends I have live In
of the municipality were present city commission. A Vice Preside.it; and General that the baseball club protestations Lakeland."
present for the maiden meet- great dissenter in his 12 yearson Manager Jimmy Campbell to the contrary was Ferrell and Dressen also JARMAN SHOES SHOE STORE
ing of the Mayors Council, and Tolson Won't Vote .1 the commission (he served vice president Rick Ferrell and I picking up the tab for the din- made short, Informal com- 126 So. Kentucky Grove Park Shopping Or
they took the following official All of the other former chief as mayor three terms). Tolson Field Manager Charlie Drea- ner. Campbell noted that this ments about the City of Lake- I
actions: / executives, except George J. said: sen I la the 29th year for the Tigers land and the baseball club
Directed that a resolution be -

drawn commending the present SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9PM., LAKELAND l
city commission for its "pro-
gressive spirit" In setting poll lI
dies to keep the City of Lakeland
progressing. I
Agreed that the 1965 dinner
meeting would be held next January .
on the anniversary date
of the Issuance of the state 'MftoMMIVMtHsT, 4 rtw
charter creating the mumcl

pality.School Site Backed housetvares

Cast a vote strongly favoringthe
location of the new $500,000
library on the Lake Morton
school site. carnival and sale \

William M. Hollis was named
the general chairman for the 1 1JI
1985 meeting. : staoYttcas v

Mayor Harold Grizzard was
present, by invitation, at the .,, : _
dinner He presented City of
Lakeland tie-clasps to the former -
chief executives of the mu- .
Grizzard said that "former 1

mayor" pins would be present ., r ,a ,
ed at the 1965 dinner.E. .
I E. Kelley Jr., 1942 mayor. t.
presided at the first session He J ',II
called upon each former mayorto [ct.ti I .. l
speak briefly on the high- "
lights of hit term, or terms, in
office. .
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The talks brought back many \ ? w t1wji .
memories of the yesteryear in \
the City of Lakeland and many .... .,
political battles were recalledin r
an atmosphere of nostalgia.

Three 111

All of the living former may- 5 to 9 cup percolator M w

ors of the municipality were N r rL
present except Clayton Logan 5.99
Lutie Koons H. C, Pelteway
and William H. Loftin.

The first three are ill, and The most economical coffeemaker, delicious 1iLis
Loftin called shortly before the time.
start of the dinner to report every
{that he was tied-up on a bun;
transaction in Orlando.
ness Noting that the library location -' 3 pc. stainless Deluxe Osterizera I
In the
was very
news, Kelley suggested that a' mixing bowl set ) I
poll be taken on the opinionsof a .
the various members of the t t
Mayors Council. 3.49Bowls We ore featuring the modern menu-
Grizzard, R. H. Gibson and making deluxe Osterizer, with two I
Wilbur Y. Wooten were barred 1 1U speeds for perfect processing, 4-cup \
from voting because they are that lost a lifetime JA qt., 1L heat-resistant graduated glass con. I

1 12 qt., and 3 qt.portable. tamer, removable I-ounce measuring ,
Market Cup In cover, and easy-pour gloss han

Orange dle. I

Group To Meet ovenetteBakes i1'i Oster duo-massage

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held Orange Wednesday: Marketers.morning Inc., will start-be ond roasts on top of your range. 10.99 1

Ing at 10 o'clock, in the auditorium
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ties, Inc. on South Orange Bios stainless steel teakettle stress, strain and nervous tension. I
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Benjamin H. Oehlert Jr., presIdent 3.49Heats and illustrated booklet.
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J. Parrish Jr. president of Fr
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,rs. announced E. H Florida Squire coffee or soups.perfect .
general manager of opener
Orange Marketers.

and Oehlert anticipated will discuss conditions current In hostess helpers 15.99

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during -
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the past year. size can sharpens knives to
About 400 members of are Flor-expected Salton Hotray Is the answer to c-Th keen razor edge sharpens scissorsfor

Ida Orange to attend Marketers the meetingEhich cooking complete meals in advance good-as-new cutting.

will conclude at about 1 and keeping them piping hot for

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trol 16.95; (Ic) Patio Master, with 10.99

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The Oster Hydro-lax massager
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drove Charles from Louisville to Frankfort Maas' Housewares massage with the soothing action of
before realizing "water-in-motion" in a matter of a
he Friday had forgotten night something ....also. \.' few minutes. For a full body massage, a
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68LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March I, 1961
: Governor Caldwell

I 9 Children Die In Fire In New York, T Was A 'PerfectionistEDITOR'S

TROY N. Y. (AP) downtown section. daughter, Judy Stone, 2. occupied during the winter
members of a family all Eight of the 18 children of Mr. Judy'i mother, Mrs. Peter months NOTE-Another attended the University of Wglnla .
I dren perished early city'e/and Mrs Napoleon B. Sousle Stone, told The Associated I "There was no way out for the: .
a fire that swept their lost their lives. The ninth vic- .Press: children," Smith said. "The, campaign for governor of In 1924, he tame. lu riorldaji!
story home near the tim was the Sousies' grand "My father Is taking it the beds were propped against thel I SP Florida to under way Six and opened a law oWc lit|
Or>(N SUNDAY I II hardest. My mother is just holding door leading to the back stairs men who held the highest of. Milton. He represented Santa I
back because she doesn't that could have got them outside flee In the state are still living Rosa County hi the legislature
I Am Doing My Own want to hurt him." We had no way of getting and actively participating In in 1929-31 and served as congressman
to them We couldn't The mid public affairs Here Is another
fro" the third district
Father Cries I : ;1 in's series of Sun-
'Y7tINCOME die floor was a mass of flames, 'j Installment from 191: until 1940
"It's not so bad now, because "It was real hut," Battalion day dories In which their administrations When Caldwell addressed his
everyone It talking, but when It Chief Edmund Moore said. "'Thel fi are reviewed and first as in
legislature governor
gets quiet, my father cries, and of each la broughtup
father was at the top of thel the career April 1949, he made what some
they both keep to themselves," stairs He kept telling us the to date newspapers called "an aggressive -
I Mrs. Stone laid children were still Inside The By GENE PLOWDEN approach to most of the
tV The Sousle children who died father said something about ,, Associated Press Write'TALLAHASSEE more Immediate problems that
were Napoleon Jr., 18; Gloria, stove exploding. It was apparently a// (AP) face the people of Florida
[? I 13; Stephen 12, Joseph, 11, Edward a space heater. Shortly after Millard F. Caldwell Caldwell has always had
10; Linda, 9, Donald, 7, Healer Blamed took office as governor "an aggressive approach"As
and Boyd, 4. Fire officials said the probable of Florida on Jan 5, 1945, he governor he called for an
'I Another son, Robert, 17, wa cause of the fire was a arrived at his board room for honest reapportionment of
burned while attempting to rescue 10 cabinet meeting of
space heater on the second a an senate seats, regrouping
I his brothers and sisters. He floor. Two other cabinet members state bureaus and the centralizing .
TAX I was In fair condition In StMary's Robert Sousie raced to a near were present Caldwell waited and general tightening of
Hospital with burns on by neighbor to ask them to call until 10:05: a.m. then announced the budgetary process of
his arms and hands. the fire department shortly after "the meeting Is ad streamlining local governments
Sousie, 43, his wife and four the blaze broke out about journed-no quorum." .
.. of their children were treated at He also appealed for conservation .
Ol stock all your UKl 12:30: a. m. When the late comers straggled
: ..""HI /. r***.b.dtvwt ,St. Mary's for shock and smoke Sousie told firemen he thought In after the leisurely fash- -of water, oil, timber
: ..n ytu much nwrithin """ ''I for inhalation Sousie also had min., he saw his son Napoleon Jr enter FORMER GOVERNOR MILLARD CALOWELL-Florida Su- Ion they had followed through'the game and fisheries.
: efMwhin .,.. $5 burns on his hands. Treated. one of the bedrooms after prime Court Justice Millard *. Cildwtll, *.' ihctcd Go..rnor in years they found the room Sought Redlstrkllng
LU3 were Donna, 15, Lisa, 3, Barbara the
.. pr ytur iai 2, and Dean, 3 months the"But fire then started.I_ didn_. see Mm 1944_ and h wet appointed_ l t (uillct/ F.b 14, 1962 (AP WIrtphoro) empty.Caldwell That lived, was in public way and During his administration,

:form. Our :** to Martha LeMay, 15, a friend o f Sousie said "I in private, World War II came to an end

.' ur.t..utck! ,d Nm.l.tsI OFIII the overnight family, also who was was treated staying at children any think more he In was,the trying room.to" save the I Mystery About Eggs Unscrambled Mrs."Millard Caldwell_Is a,peerectl the: former nlst." Caldwell and prosperity Florida called for enjoyed several the legislatureinto post-war years

OUARANTEEg. the hospital. Sousie and the remaining RIFLE, Colo (AP) The Scientists say they're 50 million things done along logical lines special session to try for
Wo S..IO-.:,. .,orlli.. of wiry tal ..,.,., II Others Not Hams members of his family are atayIng Mary Rebecca Harwood of Virginia
III "0 ..... .ny ." ... lhel .... yaw ,., p.mtty' or 1.1. The other Sousie children with Mrs. Stone, who lives mystery of Herman Wilson's years old bird of crocodile once said "He likes reapportionment-the first real
.. ,... attempt at more evenly dividing
will ,I.y h. p..elry 1. fossilized has been un- from the Wasatch of
section either
were not at home. In an apartment above Floyd eggs eggs with no waste energy representation In 80 years
"Nine of them. It's unbelievable ousie in Troy. Mrs Stone has scrambled.He of the Eocene period. mental or physical. He also pushed flood controlin
," Troy Fire Chief William three otter children. Floyd Souale came upon the four potato Prior to this, paleontologists The 6.foot.3 Caldwell was south and central Florida
J I Li. Smith said, as he told of find has aeven children. I sized eggs In 1960 Finally, curiosity in western Colorado say, the born in a rural home near and helped establish the Everglades
''Ing the bodies of the children ; Sousie la employed at a gar- Knoxville, Tenn., on Feb. 6, National Park, a proj
Nat in t Urcnl Ta S.r>ie* IM O'fitM AerM tht U S. got the best of Wilson oldest eggs found on this con.tlnent attended Carson-Newman
;huddled under beds and near 1897 ect sponsored by his predecessor
IDS WEST WALNUT ST. ,doors on the second floor. Bedrooms age.A funeral Mass for the nine and he shipped them off this came from the Oligocne College and the University of Spessard L. Holland.
WI.kdey. 9AM. t. 9 P.M., Ses. sed Svn. 9-1. Ph 6K-195I are on the first and second children will be held Monday month to the Chicago Museumof period about 30 million years Missouri, served in the Army While In office, Caldwell
pall passion NO .OINTMINT N.C....., i floors, The third floor Is un at St Patrick's Catholic church. Natural History. ago. during World War I and later sued Collier's, Magazine for
I printing what he called "libel-
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND ous, defamatory and false
statements" regarding his attitude .
toward Negro lynch-
ings He won a judgment of
$237,500 and after three and
one-half years of litigation accepted
a settlement of $50,000.

$23,001 to CollegeOn
. ''
jJI/ WIDE! : rl
; 4 Aug. 25, 1949 he sent the
State Board of Control $25-
000 "to be used in the most
In'!, advantageous manner in the

l '", WIDE! training. at of Florida worthy A&M young College Negroes

The remainder of the $50,000,
.6 he said, was to reimburse him
BROTHERS for nearly $5,000 actual expenses
8 in the suit and pay a
t r reasonable fee to his attorneys,
I P who were his law partners.

\, 2018 r 16t 1 "sixcil- right" draperies Caldwell President head Truman of the appointed civil defense

administration he
a job

a**** rffi and tackled courage.with hu usual vigor

When that Job ended In 1952,

i T j I t 1f 1 i >r 1 virtually 7W\, length ,i. any ,'P_,dthf-r*! ..'tt '. ., '" of he elder appeared statesman to relish, and the spokeout role

1"1 sharply ..1, |slucs of the
: day.
r i1 "
t 'a Now for the first. time 41'p you con get wide custom sizes at ready made Strongly conservative, Caldwell -
w called: members of the
.i f 4 sl g 1 prices! 83 colors and patterns to choose from Early American, U.S. Supreme Court "pseudo-
I : f sociologists who could rise
i I E e s contemporary, provincial or traditional in a pattern, texture and colJ above the law," and he
/ 4 t It that Presidents Roose-
'I I iii : or to complement your every room! Your choice: Ombre prints, Antique velt, Truman and Elsenhower

J/ I v :. I' satin, Sharkskin, Challis, Solid Knobby, Cotton Sailcloth prints "stacked In the the court fundamental with disbelievers

I I'' ? and Boucle. Bring In your measurements and decorating scheme or principles embodied in the

.i l r h ;i call your.nearest Moos' tore for help in measuring and counseling at constitution He said the" merit system

i \ o I no additional cost to you! Delivery in one week ready to hang hurt ployes government pass the because buck, makeno "em

I tk 1 decisions and offend no
II ,[[ E jM one.
I :
'Deprived of Power"In
:I I t t eF 'ip
A I Mass1 Draperies 1959 he said that 'the
ii states have been deprived of

. ', .' the power to protect themselves
I against communists
( .' ,ir tv. They have been deprived of
,. '.. .j. .
I je 1 ,, :.... ,;o 6 4 I the power the right to guarantee to work under to labor -

I"f; \ni: peaceful conditions They

.-:: f.' jVf,{, : i ; : have been deprived of the
power to control education
within their own boundariesand
It"I to control state elections"
i iVolonce
( : '
He was biting'y! critical of
WIDTH lawyers and the judiciary and

4' I 6' 8' 10' | 12' | 14' 116' MS' 120' in an address at Orlando in
1958 he said:
to 24" $4 | $7 $91 $11 | $H | $20 | $22 | $241 $26 "We are in the early stagesof

I 25" to 46"T$6 | $91 $121 $15 | $18 | $25 | $231 $32 | $34 a Judicial tyranny, because
lawyers and bar associations
;" :; 'J 47" to 58" I $7 | $101 $14 | $18 | $20 | $281 $321 $36 | $40 have been unwilling to standup
p ; ,, '.' I 59" to 72" | $8 | $12 | $161 $21 | $24 | $321 $36 | $40 | $44 rg and be counted as fighting

73" to 84" | $91 $15 'i $19 | $24 | $28 | $37 | $421 $47 I $52 i Americans freedoms and dedicated liberties to iup-the

85" to 96" I $11 | $161 I $221( $27 | $32 | $42 $47 | $52 '; $58 posedly guaranteed by the constitution

== 97" to 108" i $121 $20 i $25 | $321 I $38 | $48 $541 $60 f$66 tour He noted." that lawyers rose

: ( up in protest in the 1930'. when
President Franklin D. Roose-
velt tried to pack the supreme
special purchase brings the luxury of rosily bedspreads at iieic low price court but he said In 1958,
"the lawyers are steeped in
Caldwell said that "as an
old fashioned lawyer, I pre-
fer my judicial decisions
straight and In accord with

size twin 15 size full 17 king HlI.e 8"0 the constitution.Believes I In" Brevity

Blunt and outspoken, Caldwell

Blind stitched sides and found in the also believes in brevity.His .
corners, only most expensive luxury bedspreads. ,
Featuring handsome "twin line" quilting. Our special purchase gives you the luxury of r daughter hates, Sally, once letters.said If:
"Daddy long
much more costly bedspreads at this big savings Our exclusive "Braziha" bedspreads ," "" g? ii his letters run more than a
filled with soft 100 fiber fill fabric of .. + ** it '
are super light as a cloud % acetate covering r rk page and he hasn't room to
100ocetate, backed with 100% cotton Each size is available in blue, yellow gold, sign his name at the bottom
white, bronze or flame red Phone or mail your order for he says they're too long"
Immediate delivery When Gov Farris Bryant
appointed Caldwell to the state
Draperies supreme court in:, February
1963, he said:
"This appointment is as significant
as any I have made or
will make during my term of
) y office, I am proud and pleasedto
name Governor Caldwell,
k ;, for I know his service on the
.. court will be distinguished and
(: will reflect credit on the judi-
ciary, on the legal professionand
.. on his fellow citizens of
< "
The lanky Caldwell and his
wife live at Harwood Planta-

FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE tion, near Tallahassee They
have two daughters, Mrs Susan
4 Sally McCord of Tallahasseer .



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Civic ClubRoundUp After Lull Space Program

'0 Mr II

Has NewMuscle ProblemsBy

* *
JOHN BARBOUR reflect radio between
messages Intent on racing the United
CITRUS Dixieland Lions have attained a Associated Press Science Writer the Soviet Union and the United States for the moon, the evidence ,
CENTER 100 per cent attendance, the WASHINGTON (AP) After States. Is strictly on the other
8 first time that the club has been astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. The Soviet Union meantimesent side Before his death, President .
s KIWANIS able to achieve the feat. rode the last Mercury space- twin satellites riding a ain John F. Kennedy warned
CLUB Members of the club have craft around the earth the U.S. ale; rocket Into long trajectories against relaxing the U.S. space
visited Haines City, Bartow, space program feU into a public that cut ac-oss:: the earth's radiation effort.
The drama department from Zephyrhllls, Auburndale, Winter and uneasy sleep. belts One of them soars The Soviet shot In late January
Florida Southern College presented Haven, Lake Alfred and the This year It awakened to the 42,000 miles Into space. Indicates a careful, practical
three scenes from their Downtown Lions clubs this year. thunder of giant rockets and The object, the Soviets said, well-planned program to
current play, "The Happiest found Its eight months out of the land men on the moon.
the radiationIn
was to measure
\ Days of Our Lives," during the JUNIOR limelight had brought it new the belts.
last of the Citrus Center CHAMBER : muscle and new problems.The I .
w"w Klwanls club at the Gold new muscle Is Saturn 1, The radiation Is a potential
Cup Restaurant Thursday night. 0' a weight lifting record hazard to astronauts. It Is so In- ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) -
COMMERCI and first in a new tense that it spoils electronic
The play la being presentedat pulco.
rocket that will reach hOlder'1 equipment aboard communications
the Fletcher Theater In the Applications for the Miss I moon and beyond. satellites.Even reported to police that a cat I
(Round on the FSC campin. Lakeland contest April 3 and 4, though Premier Khrushchev 'burglar slipped Into her bedroom
An indoctrination film for new art being accepted at the Jaycee Problem Criticism has made statements' while she slept and stolea
WIIesl (Citrus Center Klwanians will be office Thomas Halllck, The new problems are a growing I,hinting that the Soviets are not $2,500 necklace and $75 cash.
shown at the next meeting Out- chairman, announced recently. alliance of critical congressmen
i of-town Kiwanlans Winner of this year's contest budget cuts, and evidenceof ,
comed at all are'el'1 will be awarded many prizes waste In the pell.mell rush to
and trophies, he reported.The the moon. WE SERVICE
teenage Rodeo competition Of course there was no real .
finals will be held In Orlando sleep in those last eight monthsof
LIONS 81DOWNTOWN j r I on March 7. Chairman 1963, not in the great Internal What We Sell
I i I st nUB Strait Hollis: announced that space factories where ideas are
.Lakeland wil' have a contestant. hammered Into hardware.But I \
James Hunt there was lest activity at
the board of directors duringthe the nation's spaceports between -
Joe Falls, Detroit Free Press, DIALER ASSOCIATION SERVICE"Contact
last meeting of the Jaycees. Mercury's finale and the
was the speaker at the last Election of six new directorswill 'end of the year, there were only' t . .
meeting of the Downtown Lions be held In March. five satellites fired aloft, two for
Club. He has been following the weather, two for science, one vt today far I
I Detroit Tigers during past years for communications Three of I
< III I and gave an analysis of the LAKEAND them came in the last 35 daysof complete semi yearly or
I club with a general discussionof n the I
KIWANIS year. yearly maintenance contract.
his activities through the Then came the new year, and
year. CLUB the shooting schedule quickened. It takes only a phone tall for

I The program this week will In Just 10 days In January, four service ntimatti. It costa I
be announced at a later date. unusual shots soared into space
Paul Vaughn, chief In
deputy Saturn flashed Into the head- LESS to keep your equipment
LlERS TO APPEAR HERE-Th. C.itjl.r' Ch..U.! ... seen; horn Emory Unlv.nity'i the office of the clerk of the
lines. U was billed as the
Candl.r School .f Theology' will, sine .t Florid. S>ulhi.. Coll.,. Wed"d.,. Th. Chor.li.n will circuit court in Bartow, ad- world's mightiest rocket, and In good working order
.p,..' .t c.ll.g. chopol ....Ie., thoii .t 7:30: .'dock W.J,,.rd.y night' 'I" the Iromcomt DIXiElAND @r dressed members of the Lake- put a 37OOO.pound satellite, the
Memorial, Auditorium In "" "III."e. epee to th. public. LIONS land luncheon Kiwanis Club at their world's heaviest, Into orbit. I 7.i i=PHONE MU 6.7111PHONE MU 6-7111 \
-- meeting Friday atMorrlson'a
CLUBA Ranger dashed for the moon
' to give a

I PHOENIX FOR, Ariz.REAL Hi Gov representative of the Unit- In operations addition, he in the related office.summaryof several U.S.In an pictures attempt, some to take 3,000 the close-first K. T. JONES CO. INC.

I Bridge In BriefBy i Paul Fannin, Arizona's three- ec Fund was the speaker at the humorous Incidents.He ups, of the lunar surface. In the OFFICE, MACHINES FURNITURE SUPPLIES
term Republican ,
governor. last meeting of the Dixieland was Introduced by J. Tom last 10 minutes her television
moved his hand across the bottom went blind and there were
Lions Club. He showed a film, Watson. eyes "SALES and SERVICE"
J <., of a legislative bill. "The World of John Runyon," A quartet of Kiwanis Beatles no pictures. But there are three SPitiNG SPRING

JOHN M. TAYLOR West, and E-W got their two the Television action as the cameras chief executive recorded! which shows the various organizations wearing floor mops for wigs her more Rangers ready to back CLiAN UPI 401 SO. FLA. AYE. -CHECK UPf
which are supported by and up
Director Lakeland Duplicate pumping spray guns to LAKELAND
Bridge Clubs trump tricks. signed his name. the United Fund keep time sang several songs Second Relay LaunchedThe
The E-W team that lost 500 The historic moment preserved He explained that the operating 'The audience applauded but did also HOURS jftt
space agecy
NORTHAQJ7S points at 5D, doubled, looked on film, Fannin grinnedand costs of the organization not become hysterical. launched Its second Relay com- S :10 A.M. t. ':30 P.M. V
V AKQ32 hard for a way that N-S could asked for another pen. He are only six per cent, because' The singers were directed by munications satellite, and a 13-' MONDAY iSrough SATURDAY Lo)
.JS make 620 points in 4S and hoped explained: "This" pen doesn'thave j funds are raised by volunteers. Roy McArthur, who used a flyswatter story-tall balloon called Echo 2. ':00 P.M. FRIDAY NIGHT I
JJ some N-S teams would make a any ink. During the past three months, as a baton. Echo will become a mirror to 1
no trump game. They found -- ---- ----------
void A KlOilJV only two bright spots on the! 1
score slip. I


'KI 'AS' The Bartow Club '11; \ I '
Championship .Ii \!.
SOUTH game was won by Mr. and JtiI 1' Ul- < '
A ASH Mrs. Frank Stapor of Winter I ,1 / ,
V void Haven. Lakeland, teama fin.
AIM fished In the three runner-up : on 'a magnificent Magnavox during ourhigr ( ; '
QIW87I .
spots. Doug Hall and Mrs. f',4'd
The above hand was "board"No. Theo Walti' were 2nd; Mrs. Hall :( 'S.. ] ij' '/ I"r f aulnorizeo' !! annual sale J, \
1 in a recent duplicate and this columnist were 3rd; 11I : ::,!f1 r factory .,
bridge game on Sunday night In Otto Rice and Jim Nicholls took .' S
Lakeland. It was played eight 4th place. Two Winter Haven o" ; for a limited (inane

times with seven different results. teams followed Mrs. Lera Ryan I (tz4
The most likely, Lut fatal, with Mrs. Philip Trohn of Lake- ( Magnovox warranties: MORE DEPENDABLE on every SILVER SEAL MODEL 90 days I

contract of 4S by N-S was played land finished 5th; Robert BROTHERS service, a full year on all ports and tubes.
only four times twice Thornhill and Mrs Ted Flani-
doubled. Two NS teams arrived gan captured 6th place honors YOUR RECORDS CAN LAST A LIFETIME because there Is no discernible record ,

at the optimum spot of Mr and Mrs John Gnesheim- or stylus wear with the Mlcromatic player The diamond stylus Is guaranteed for 10 years.
3NT, but only one made it. One er of Lakeland had a sectional
N-S team arrived at the safe 4th. Mrs. H. G. Morns and Ted -.:; TRUE STEREO-HIGH FIDELITY: Only Magnavox has on advanced acoustical system that

and ultra-conservative contractof 'Harland of Winter Haven wona projects sound from sides as well as cabins t front, reflecting music from your walls, just
3C but failed to make the bid. sectional 5th and Mrs. Perry
One eager E-W team, Influenced Blakemore of Lakeland and as in the concert hall, to produce spectacular stereo effect.

by favorable vulnerability, rescued Mrs. Ray Smith of Bartow wona
their opponents by ".ac. sectional 6th. Magna-Color TV andS

rificing" at 5D, doubled. The recent masterpomt game

The diamond king was the in Lakeland was won by Mrs Astro-Sonic stereo home entertainment center
usual opener from West againstthe Morris and Mrs. J. G. Wood of i
45 bidders. South won the Winter Haven and Bill Grahamof
ace and tried to get to dummy' Lakeland and Miss Mildred r now oiifu 915.00 J
hearts with a spade lead to the Fritz of Michigan.

queen, East won the king; the I There will be a Special Mas- 265 sq. in. color pictures, UHF/VHF Cabinet In worm-modern walnut finish I
defense got 2 club tricks, a in Lake-
terpoint game tonight Stereo FM and Monaural FM/AM
Astro-Sonic eliminates all tubes, with
diamond, and another trump land. A series game will be radio
trick for down two. One de- played Tuesday night In Lake solid I I state circuitry
Micromatic player advanced acoustical
clarer held his losses to down land. There will be a master- Silver Seal Warranty
one when East returned a heart I point game In Bartow on Thursday system
after taking the trump king. 1 night. The Winter Haven
That South player was able to, Sectional of the National I I
unload his losing diamond. Charity game will be played
Only one player, Dave Hause- Friday night at 8 o'clock at the
man of Lakeland, was able to Haven Hotel In Winter Haven.
make his 4S contract dou The Orlando Sectional will be
bled, at that, Dave, sitting played this Thursday throughnext
South, received a favorable Sunday, but it will not affect tr i tr ,
heart lead and quickly disposedof Polk County duplicate I I

his losing diamonds. He Iam: ..
played the trump queen from S
dummy and captured East's .A Ii
I king with the ace. A small club Author Denies ,
to the jack brought the king
from West NEWlarger

Leads Last Club Telling Japanese\

king West's was return won of by the declarer's diamond About 'Hot Line'TOKYO j i capacity

ace; and the club queen drove
out East's ace. East led his (AP-T kyo newspapers -!!
last club, and Dave ruffed in said today Norman Cousins i : + e Ambassador
the dummy. East made the mistake told Japanese Prime Min-.
of rutting a diamond lead ister Hayato Ikeda that Wash .. .etllt fx air conditioner

from dummy, and South over- ington plans a "hot line"
ruffed. A club was trumpedwith Tokyo, but the American with I $287
dummy's Jack East discarding strongly denied it.

a heart. The heart "I don't know anything about y/ j l f +. 20,000) B.T.U. capacity NEMA
queen was cashed, and East was "
a hot line, said Cousins, '
forced to ruff another heart
mentioned a possible -
has been as
lead. South again. over-ruffed candidate for the Nobel Four rotary no draft grills
and led a club. The good club
was trumped with dummy'sseven. I peace prize. Extra-quiet three speed fan .
East overtrumped withhis
ten, but South took the last l 1 t automatic thermostat
Buddhists t
Viet I ll
trick with the' high trump In = t a Permanent washable filter

his hand. To Tour Nation .
The N-S team of Stanley Sapp
and Bill Tyson made 3NT with With I _' PHONE THE MAAS- STORE NEAREST I !
little trouble. South held up on Warnings -S YOU FOR ONE'OF OUR HIGHLY .
the diamond lead from TRAINED AIR CONDITIONER SALES-
West opening and had enough heart! SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) MEN HE WILL SURVEY AND I
Viet Nam's Buddhist l AN CONDITIONING REC-
to handle the switch South "y' MAKE AIR
stoppers leaders plan to send teams OMMENDATION FOR YOUR HOMES'
while driving out the top clubs I

One South of trying player to nude attack the mistake the people around that the country communism advising and r Mass' Appliances l
neutralism are damaging national : 1 :
spade This led suit to after the the loss heart of a switch diamond interest a spokesman 'T t" a I

heart, and spade plus. the said today. I
two clubs. The spokesman, Thich Due
The E-W team of Mr. and Due Nghiep was a leader of the
Mrs. Elmer Hanna of Lakeland Viet Nam General Buddhist Association NO DOWN PAYMENT UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY
managed to set 3C by South. which spearheadedlast
The declarer held up on the summer's revolt against 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORECHOR I
diamond opener. A diamond President Ngo Dinh Diem who
continuation was ruffed by[was overthrown and killed by
East A spade was ruffed by his own military Nov.. 1. I

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.- \ CandidatesQualifying

._ ,

\ : r ,' .
fj o 1 '
; v For Office

the qualifying of more and more
save % and more! Thomasville candidates for Senate and House
seats In the May primaries, the
i factory closeout of Italian list of unopposed candidates con
\ BROTHERS tinued to wither away.
With only 1ft days left In the
provincial bedroom 2 periodthe
Ii -week-long qualifying -
deadline is noon March 3-
: candidates were hurrying to the
; of states office and
ITM\IiC\ 'ir i Famous Thomasville furniture excellent quality furniture,, paying secretary their fees and signing

detailed Interpretation .. their loyalty oaths.
at very unusual savings! Here Is a beautifully
Under state law, the fee la 5
8 of the finest Italian classic design, In a magnificent per cent of the annual salary of
l the office and the loyally .
I ., IT hand rubbed distressed cherry finish Come see for yourself: oath atatu sought that the candidate .

this Is truly "the" time to buy and save! did and would support the
party during the general diet
tlyiw'r .long
/ .
Although national committee.
M I mea and committeewomen and
4pc. group : delegates to party national con
ventions are required to qualify
.' during this period, they will not
q compare at 619.50 be elected until the May 21 second .

sale! 399.00 Shaping Up

This Is done to keep the first
primary (May 5) from becoming .
--' J J Includes 76" triple dresser, framed plate gloss mirror' bed, overly long.

: I rchest on chest. So far, the legislative races
qj were shaping up like this:
Seeking the 125 House seats up
for election were 151 candi
Poudre table dates. Including 11 representsives -
Seeking the 22 Senate
seat up for election were 39
compare at t 13950 candidates, Including 16 senators .
sale! 69.00 Ten races In the Senate and
67 in the House had no opposing
candidates: yet virtually guar
anteeing the qualified candidates .
With lift. center mirror.
I r up election In the Nov. 3 gen '
eral election.

The race for governor appar
ently solidified at six Democratsand
three Republicans seeking
party nomination In the May Sand

't ; /[ compare at 244.50 Of It the primaries Cabinet posts, only

( I (tJ""' '1i' "..' A t :: .::1", ;., sale 119.00 Atty. Gen. James Kynes had an
) ; ;, '''' ,:.. I
t!, k": t :' r. Jw opponent: Rep. Earl Faircloth of

...;:.... ...... .. ----, .,, Dade County.
Includes chest on chest, plus matching headboard Made History
I Public Utilities Commission
\ Chairman Ed Mason drew an
Mais Furniturer opponent on Friday when Jim

!! ,. !, "'; ,,,,.. --1ft 11I"" f. Fair of Tampa qualified. Fair,
r a perennial candidate for that
office,. made history two C years
ago when he qualified for several
offices simultaneously The
State Supreme Court ruled he
\ had to pick one.
Supreme Court Justices E.
t'1 Harris Drew, B. K. Roberts and
Richard Ervin had no opponentsby
U"O week end.
Sen. Spessarct Holland, D-Fla..
drew no opposition
safe of famous f Of Florida 12 congressional
i .y .
\ seats, only one opponent qualified
Stearns and Foster He was James E. King of
; Cocoa a Democrat, seeking the
mattress and sets! i '' L llth District seat held by Rep
I boxspring i Ed .Gurney of Winter Park, RFls .

420 coil firm mattress
plus matching boxiprlng <- 4..a! Stale Attorneys Qualify
rj Two of the state a It state attorneys .
compare at 9995 r drew opposition They
were State William .
sale! $69 : set r folding redwood and of Tallahassee Atty opposed Hopkins by
Sylvan Strickland of Tallahassee
twin or full II.. 7w r aluminum furniture in the 2nd Circuit, and Stats
p Atty. Paul B. Johnson of Tampa
e A style to suit every individual need for "' opposed by Paul Antinarl Jr., of
I compete: rest and comfort! -1 L, folding' chair 8.95hi Tampa in the 13th Circuit.
"' .. Two public defenders'
: -back rocker 1495
w opposing candidates The
e Full 420 tempered steel coils for lasting ( J \_ chaise lounge 1895 13th Circuit qualified Everett Q.
comfort "' ? Jones and Joaeph G. Spicola Jr.
e Patented Insulo cushions, 40 pounds of pure stock tables 5.95 of Tampa; and the 8th qualified
felt upholstering t Robert A. Green of Starke andR.
S Weight-balanced Exceptional furniture beautiful furniture so G. (Chief) Justias of Gaines-
center for perfect body for your Florida way of life! Sturdy, long 'illeWith
support lusting and practical. each piece folds for easy the January 1963 reapmrtionment .
Seat-edge construction, heavy ticking for storage. Rust proof aluminum with the very finest plan In full effect,
durability _w..J California kiln dried redwood! 13 counties lost one represent--
ative each In some cases the
loss was of a top lawmaker.
House Speaker Mallory Homeof
Leon County and Rep. Wil-
liam Chappell of Marlon County
said they planned to drop out
of the House races

Seek Higher Offices

Races for higher I offices
claimed others:
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla
County, Sen. Scott Kelly of Lake-
land and Sen. John Mathews of
Jacksonville qualified for the

1, trst f Vwjwjwj..YYYY governor's race.
Rep. John Broxson of Santa
Rosa: County, Rep. Ben Hill
Griffin of Polk County, Rep.
1 r8a Welborn Daniel of Lake County -
Rep. Leo Jones of Bay County -
Rep: Jerry Thomas of Palm
v Beach, Rep. Jerry Dressier of
.J phone your nearttt Moat Start and ont el ? Brevard, Rep. Maurice McLaughlin -
our highly trontd Carpet Consultants will i of Okaloosa and Rep.
I \m bring samples to your hom and glv you Jack Saunders of Monroe quailed .
I ,, w" fret stimotetl for their Senate races
Rep. Quentin Long of Brow
and County qualified for state
attorney. .
And others J just decided
against trying to come back.

carpet the whole house and save Belleair Turino "501" carpet of DuPont continuous filament nylon! Old Shoes Cost

There ore many carpets, but none can compare with the soil resistant, non- $80 Per Pair,

pilling, long-wearing Belleair Turino "501" carpet The colors are magnifl. compare at 11.50

cent, the wear is almost unbelievable Now is a perfect time to carpet a Refugee Asserts

room or the entire house at these special one week only prices! This carpet
meets the quality standards of DuPont "501" Certification Mark Program. sale! 8 99 MIAMI Fla. (AP) An old
tq. yd. pair of shoe costs 80 pesos onthe
30 sq. yds. completely installed 50 sq. yds. completely installed black market In Cuba a
specially priced sale! 269.70 specially priced sale! 449.50 refugee laid today

40 sq. yds. completely installed 60 sq. yds completely installed 7' Includes Carpet, Quolity Padding, Installation A peso officially Is worth a
1 specially priced *. sale! 359.60 specially priced sale! 539.40 dollar) in Cuba.
Maai' Casual Furniture Bedding. and Floorcovering Other black market prices
(slightly higher over terraixo) reported by the exile who escaped -
"j \ his homeland by small
boat this week: an egg, 40cents
; a can of condensed mUk.
NO DOWN PAYMENT UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAYEr 1 peso; a pound of coffee, JO
pelOI.SHOP .

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Sunday, March. I, ISM 7.B I

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I't DON EMERSON housivarCt't
e City Airport Division
e "H" IS FOR 'helicopter",
e "heliport1 and "herei Lake-

. land"Color. the bandstand top at L g and

e with the east a yellow fide of Lake Mirror s

triangle and a .,
e large letter
"H" In the center .
cIg and that's
the downtown
:I helipad, approved ;S
3d by


a and the ,

Commission '. _, ,,, __n --y .- ...,'---- -.., rw.w-w .-r +wr...,.. R -., '1 .w.... ...,...wu.s1
those using EMERSON 0 """:7; .
'-- t
copters to visit I. .! .Vjl -
In tha business sectton of ...

,J. Lakeland.Do I-m- JJ ,, ; ,
this yellow triangle and' I r
V "
t "H" bit at the emergency ,! ," .
entrance to your Lakeland :;. _
.. '
General Hospital and you havea
picture of Lakeland coming j jrI
of age
t These two areas have been Clemens flour sifter Plastic Utility mat Kitchen shears Quilted mixer cover Quilted toaster cover
Drop cloth set Clothes pin boa
designated as Federal-Cc irn- ,
ment-approved landing sites ". '. :, '
for helicopters. The one down- -r.:
town brings to the very heartof .\
the city those who do business .. "
1 In the modern way q r" ."
,'" I ";.' ,
THIS WEEK Elvy Haiti- ti ."' ... t ,+ 1 '1J
! .,,
wanger of the Police Traffic "" "

I Marking Division layed out ; : ;i. "'" :., .. ,: ,. ,_ ., .:.... ,,, '" .. .' .
w '
and applied the traffic yellow Extension card Almond stick let cube troy Floral waste basket Flower holder
triangles and .letters at arerequired Pastry cloth Ht Deviled egg plate

I to direct helicopter F, ;Z.,.". ".. xt ..A. _, .
pilots to approved landing
areas in downtown Lakeland
and at the Lakeland Genera] !
Hospital. .... 0 J
Mr, Haltiwanger's yellow .':f'. 'L
spray is used exclusively for "
the Police Department painting t ;, :
of areas that mean "don'I :

park", "don't pass don't I ," ,J' j jRacklngharn
cross", but used as directed Frozen food knife Lime squeezer too Cake
pot decorating Itt

cy by it the means Federal"do Aviation land helicopter Agen ': : 'f. ., ., '

here". :; .
f ,
\ t ; :", :, 4". \f." :' I
WHETHER WE FEEL it or ; i" { :)., r : ',' t tWindkleen
not, this routine piece of paint 3" : ; (.
Ing I Is a greatly significant f t Ik {] ...,\ -
thing In the history of our
+ .., "" ::
city. It means we have accepted : : j
the fact that aviationIs ." 4 .'C11 Nna .0\ > '
here to stay and It Is being Adiustoble hooky Salad washer '-
accepted as part of our every Roast meat thermometer
day lives where people from r
other areas want to visit our

their viding city accommodated and aerial a we parking have transportation them thoughtfully place by pro-for Q:: .f

it if I
LET US LOOK at the space ,., "." .# roL
provided by the Lakeland # 1f : ', r..r- t,,;' .11 IK-'. _

General This is Hospital a real need, when so Surface oven _. Vanity mirror. Many No stick fry pan Cork hot pods
.r; ..
someone emergency become arises a victim Should l of : : "" PLUS: 2 ..' '' il' .. r .;" "IfIII"II"" ",
.. ', :., -
: !Ii""' t
i'.o .
momenta .
catastrophe, precious ". : ", > r
can be gained by bringing him : ,, r ,, ; .
and directly to ,
immediately .
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of the ; )
the emergency entrance .
hospital. "'- -
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the This difference could very between well mean life .. ... : -0Y Housewares'S 0

and death for the afflicted and .
all of this cost a five-cent Outdoor thermometer Jumbo coke cooler racks Desk past office Mogn.tlc clips
to mail the
stamp -
forms to Washington and r 'rwr, .
five gallons of yellow paint : '
applied by the Traffic Department
of your fine police force t > ;' '\ b \\44' .
+ /
THIS WEEK Air Scoop will I. i Qinzs 2.1. Queen Clear crystal size TV tissue lop and holder I "

offer tour free of an Lakeland aerial sightseeing to the + 1"".' sole! 88e ;

person and a guest of his r for 3 ., Mom (o4gt t .... : : '"' .. .... _
choice who sends In the bestor Grease Ht Shower curtain liner PHONI LAKELAND MUll" Marking pens Household hammer
most jrigmal: Idea or advice "JANI Lit"MARS
on now to promote avia- r I BROTHERS LAKELAND, '
tion 'or the Lakeland area. '
Think up something that will :' \ I NAME . .. .. .. .. .
get you and a friend or may- : ( '.:' ADDRESS . .. .. .. . 4 L
be wife a night over the '01' ""
prettiest your city located at latitude t'"1\ .1' .. CASH . . . 1
28 degrees 2 minutes 40 If rural address. please give delivary
seconds N-longitude 81 degrees ,I 1\\ .,.'..".... PLEASE lend m. the 101l0wlI'l0

I 58 minutes 10 seconds .. \ \ ,,_ ..:....;... "'.:J .. \;" .... ITEM I QUANTITY I I I
W (Did you know where I
Lakeland Is?) Twin size mattress.. cover All purpose holder I I II onion chopper Laundry bag set
.: ;!> :, ''f{ I I I -
to latitude 27 degrees 59 minutes ..... 'I' .;, ,/ ,"..... 1 I j I I
I 19 seconds longitude [ I :, .:.U df'
82 degrees 0 minutes 53 sec D.II1 D.pt. H. no 'I' :
onds W you will be right on '' Maas
Lakeland Municipal Airport. "'. ;
and see what '
your Look airport around Is like. ,, ::
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A WHIRLYBIRD put Lake Handy organizer Bouquet errangements m Pope bog rack Screw driver let
land television this week.
on '
A steeple manufacturer had a -t ;: ,

helicopter, pick fly up In the from assembled the airport \\ :

steeple and place It on a new w.MeH" / .

building This. Is on the North second Massachusetts steepleset i \\I

by helicopters In Lakelandand :' ,
the steeple maker says .. oJ' .
It s more economical than the Vinyl aprons Wunder dust mop head Mustard & catsup Ht Cellulose sponges PolIShing mitts I Ivory picks Sag 0' fruit.
conventional way Movies .
were made by TV camera: :
men and the press '. \ l

MAYBE*IT*IS *Just coincidental : := : .. 't J 1- I' :'\.
that the second largest r } K j."r sf i ,
helicopter operator In the U.SIs S'
now located in Lakeland, I ,., .. ._.i, I
and the ground breaking ceremonies
in '-"' ; I
starting the airport : ::: I

1959 were performed by a r rr
lowering a gold.paint. Salad server Ice tray rock Tartlet tins Shower caddy Melon Spoons Economy oven fish, mold

cd clamshell bucket to pick .. .. "
up the first spadeful of dirt.
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BERLIN (AP) Deadlockedover
opening the Berlin wall at rww
Easter,'West Berlin and East

Germany will renew talks the .. .
< ''' .. .+..: +raasso.+sHorn
week In April on whether
second of; plenty Pineapple mold Rote ring mold Ice crushing lilt Silicon( cover & pad set Spring form coke pan Stainless tint serving spoon
West Berliners may visit the
Communist side during theWhilaun



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United Fund Set 'I _LAKELAND LEDGER, ,Sunday March 1, 1M4 t-B
Report Meeting Tuesday

Two Lakeland Negro Women

United Fund officials are lookIng not supported it in line with II
to a report meeting to beheld their ability.
at Morrison's Cafeteria Kent said that he has been In Hospital After ShootingTwo
Tuesday morning at 8:15: to provide stressing "Fair Share" giving
an answer to the question, wherever he goes and the fact
'How the"1964 campaign com that no more than a "Fair Lakeland Negro women ter attempted to help her mother. and handed pistol over to detectives -
Ing along? Share" will be asked Accord were shot at their home, 1936 Both witnesses said Smith Norton and Reynolds
The report meeting will be mg to Kent, the Lakeland com N Texas Ave., night,
the second In the month-Ion. munity area Is capable of raising I and police were holding thel fired foui times, although only. said it was s caliber with II
three bullets could be account.ed two loaded rounds and four
drive that began on Feb 18. more than $250,000 alleged assailant on charge of
still In the
for. empty cartridges
1 unit officials say they are assault to commit murder
Procedure, Varies
Yell Smith was found at his home revolver
aping to be able to report terday
jesdav that they have reached "We have, each of us, but to The Victims of the shootingwere .
F'Y' :the halfway mark In the camMign answer the question, 'Am I I Identified as Malzell Hua-
to raise $231,000 for 17 part of the solution to the ques! gins Clarlz. 37, and her mother, TAKE THE
IInancially participating local tlon of local people meeting local: Eula Mae Hugging. 58. Miss
community service agencies responsibility or part of the' Claris suffered 22-caliber bullet
To accomplish the desired result problem of people passing the wounds to her left shoulder and
officials said, a lot of reports responsibility on to others at the right chest, while Mrs Huggins KEY&
ias.rl ie r"a will have to be turned In local, state or federal levels," suffered a bullet wound to her,
to Fund Headuarters at 121H, he said. right thigh. Both were listed In _
S. Tennessee Ave., by tomorrow ] The report meeting at Mor fur condition at Lakeland Gen DRIVE
a As of Saturday the cam rlson' Tuesday morning will be eral Hospital yesterday.
paign results stood at just under a departure from the first meet Being held at the police station -
d $50.000 or about 22 per cent ing in that breakfast will not be was Mander Smith, 44. of
of the goal, served and In thai It will be 709 W, Second St IT YOURSELf! SIS95 DEIFREDr
held at a later hour.
Important Argument Described
Coffee and pastries will be
According to Campaign Chair served free of charge to those Police Detective. J. I. Norton O
man Je-ard A. Kent, the amountof who attend and Kent said thatIt and L. T Reynolds said witnesses -
money In, while Important, Is was not necessary to make told them that an argument I
not as significant as the gains I reservation to attend To had started between Smith GtruJIooo[ (
revealed by the reports encourage attendance, the report and Mr. Huggins earlier In the
"Up to now," said Kent "reports session will be kept to about evening They said Smith allegedly -
are encouraging" We 30 minutes and entertainmentwill shot Mrs. Hugging and OCHRYSLER'S new economy car
have some nice Increases, but be provided. Kent calledon then turned the gun on Mrs
If we are to accomplish our interested citizens to support Muggins' daughter when the lot A phone call will bring1
minimum goal, an increase of
the voluntary community effort the that leads the
you car
12 cent over the amount ANCIENT HOUSE
the Tues
by attending meeting field in styling, roominess ,
raised In 1963, we will have to PIETRASANTA, Italy un-The
day. 50,000 MILEWARRANTY comfort and
find that Increases are the rule den where a family of cave econ-
and not the exception. bears lived, perhaps 30,000 years omy. Find out why It',

UNITID rUN! BONUS-Th.1 mtniy ,.ck..... Is ens .f caveat l 'nnt.tl..I''ldt.. kilns, sail "Individuals and companies REFUGEES FLEE PAKISTAN ago has been discovered near CHRYSLER'S more-for-
Ihit ,.., "? she United. tout In .tt.lmn, a ,.cord. ..IIIp." MlltctUn .f $11'',000. Howard. C..... already doing their 'Fair Share' NEW DELHI, India (AP) here by a group of Italian cave your-money car. Phone
..,... (.Mul..i .l a .11... "011.r ly .ililn( K., Co.,.r If aha has cn ribv' t4. tt the cimpalfn Dur- cannot be expected to carry More than 52.000 tribal refugees explorers, us today.
alone the burden of Christians have 90 feet Into
lag tk. promotion ROW vndtrviy 10 ctntptign ....... have ..... fwmlihtJ with ..&iI... ...11... the needed Including 35,000 In a grotto a
Increase We must obtain the crossed the border from East mountainside they found,bones
Th. tmidtnlifad .olu..t.... will k* In the major shopping, .r... ., the city and. tik.l...J... .f all cooperation and support of Pakistan Into Assam as a r*- and teeth of several cave bears I PAUL NAYLOR MOTORS
alas .f. tncourogerf |o ask each ptnen tiny Mt, ''H.v. yu |lvt* t. the Unitad tu 4t" U the those Individuals who have not suit of alleged Moslem perse and bones of smaller animal
qutirten It ...... of a P.n4 rotrtunlotivt, the quMhontr roc l... a .n... ...11... supported their I 'communityfund' ution, the Indian government All these were lent to the University 1034 East Main St. Phone MU 20193r0SUN&va
, in the past_or_what have aid_today. j of Pisa for, _study,
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Brings Buying Move [j]

1 WASHINGTON (AP) -The! port of meat than provided 1 In I FEATHER
Johnson administration Ilea directed agreements recently negotiate
with Australia New Zealand
the Agriculture Depart DUSTER
and Ireland
major foreign suppliers -
ment to buy beef In novel to I to this
country. Olo- lil>ira< leather
bolster tagging cattle pi Ices and I Sponsors of the amendment inter The ww> oraeIMI -
to placate those demanding leg, contend that these agreements lurnltura.1eeat way. M euit rata

Islation to cut down sharply on I do not go far enough In limiting
q 39i Imports which have been SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY S MONDAY
A r ri meat Imports blamed by cattle men and lawmakers Val ue 49J
The beef will be donatedto I I from cede states for

the government-sponsored I drastic declines In cattle prices, Famous
school lunch program and to I The beef Imports and the low Foremost
ry ( livestock prices appear likely to Dixieland
a Ef needy persons receiving government
in the
be major farm issues
surplus food.
coming election. "
If successful In strengtheningcattle ICE
I prices the government
! I buying program could be ex GOP Governor 0
pected to result in higher retail CREAMHair
prices of beef Candidate Will
''S+ 0v'. i is The purchase program was
g. announced Saturday by the Agriculture Visit County Pocked In free Insuh... .
after 49 Tote-hoiae beg
Department con I Gallon
ferences between the White H. B. (Bob) Fostee of Fort
: House and Secretary of Agriculture Myers Beach, Republican candi-
Orville L. Freeman. date for governor, will be the
guest at tomorrow night's meet COUPON
Decision Made
ing of the Republican Executive LIGHTER
s The decision was made at a Committee of Polk County I
time when some senators-including George M. McConkey, chairman /.IrrU FLUID
some Influential Demo announced yesterday.The .
crats were pressing a beef meeting will be held I In .. 1 Lt J
\ RECEIVES AWARD III Lt. Robtrt L. Sterling, right ..eel... certificate of achievementfrom amendment to the administra the community room of the 5-ei. dispenser can -re?
Col. Donald C. 110""' during coromonioo or fort lips, Te.. Sterling, tho ion .f M... Jewel Star tion's controversial wheat-cot downtown First Federal Savings I 29c. I U FAMOUS RELIANCE
ling, 901 tort Folmotto St., Lakeland. and. ti.. late C. W. Sterling. served three yeeri In Orleans, ton bill which has run Into and Loan Association office Until S wpm mm. thru ..... I/D
Franco end. Frankfort. G..o..,. H. h currently sinning oo opororiono officer In tho transit. Motor strong opposition In the Senate Orange Street and Ten- IJ]
Fool ot Fort lips.. Sterling. b graduate of Lakeland. High School end. Florid Southern Coli.... The amendment would requirea I neisee Avenue, beginning at HEAT PAD
much sharper reduction in 1m 7:30 o'clock.
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Apartments is a select group of just 62 thoughtfully planned one- and two-bedroom apartments, with 1, 1 1V4 and 2 baths, in a :1P1'' BUDGET ACCOUNTS t ,

I masterful community plan, with complete recreation facilities for your leisure hours. set in one of the loveliest waterfront locations L TAWAYSSav.
r In Central I Florida! Every Lakeland Harbour Apartment has a direct view of the Lake. Vl ::;Bar:;dlomeeJs' 1
.q. today .... every doy. 10 day ;
EXCEDRIN'pis sons back ....._. FREE
EVERY Apartment includes all of the CO\.I)< IIN.lmllok.land I NOTAIIZID APPRAISAL

following as standard equipment:
Harbour Apartment ore NOT co-operatlvei, but CONDOMIN. ( I
IUMS! Individual apartment are own.d "in fee simple." Each buyer receives Kaopectate '. 57
Individually controlled CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING &
HEATING a Warranty Deed, Title and Title Insuronre Policy to the apartmenthe ,Limb
All-electric GE kitchens owns, plus on undivided share In the ownership of the community land
: moon, oven, refrigerator, waits Disposal!
'I Step-saver kitchen with oil-mico counters and cabinets and recreation facilities Enjoy the safety and security of Individual homeownership Pole :: : ;: ?
O Imported ceramic" tile bathrooms; mica vanity; tllp-pruf tub with. plus the benefit of shared costs for the wonderful. amenities of Lamp ?..? 7
"grab-rail; non-skid ceramic. tile. floors estate living.
i Ve Corat
O Color-coordinated woll.to-watl broadloom carpeting
0 Light airy, spacious rooms with extra-wide doorways Each owner is liable only for his own mortgage debt, If any, and is NOT SUAVE HAIR RE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE

t' .O Generous Decorotor-styled closets, interiors with louvered with doors colors for of ventilation your choice responsible for default of the developer or other apartment owners. RAY 0.10150) 63 OR BRIDAL SET

,: Pre-wired TV and telephone outlets, Master TV antenna "" I ( Mooy oryiei to oheeee from !Ia
O Electric outlets raised 24" from floor to avoid stooping FROM 9.950 AND $45 MONTH Johns** ft J.hese. 14K whir, *f ye4l. foM.11MS ...

I BABY POWDER : :: 43'J 4944 I I

For each Includes ell chorgos for ground fees Joint. maintenance oeti inch .. water { Value for
building: additional' storage ..w....., ouhldo lighting, cor of grounds end. ncreolion, focilitlei, men.ogement 'M CARAT soLiTAini. eej I

areas; automatic washers and dryers. and. t..... Does not (Include your own telephone end. electric ...... Solitaire Type Cluster
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Deluxe own 2-bedroom, 2.bath apartment also Include a dishwasher and SALES OFFICE, EXHIBIT AND MODEL APARTMENT, ts Sets 1.CUeki I4K whit like* e or fill yellow caret fold) ri'W
your wosher-dryer combination, plus a private balcony off each
Master Bedroom New "I,... .f 24*.10
charmingly furnished by Mather of Lakeland, 4 wdloV. Js..Ic. aborts 199 Veto* for 9400

OPEN EVERY DAY from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 ors ta *sod vorlory. ..1..of.. .IX t IJ- .W.L OIKO
for Your leisure And Relaxation S /patterns. ee aft.I Waterproof-Shockproof

A congenial Recreation Center, with meeting and card rooms, L 1} O I Fniitof.ffiLoom LUMINOUS. DIAL
; reach ewe.e _. ....... ...lIdle Se
kitchen and screened lanai, PLUS outdoor facilities ell MEN'S SHIRTS nitow "w nar MOI
Horhour .
A MM value fwN
dedicated to the health and happiness of Lokeland Harbour
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Apartment-owners turn North on LakeShore .tees .
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Hooted Swimming. Pool """"r pIAVD Drive from
Putting' GranShuHlebaerd H\I It It Memorial Boulevard ,:
O Courts iwiuue2irrea 9x12
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Fishing and loot Docks w s
O and. location conveniently. ., near golf courses, howling, hooting. end e .non Ala odrtM 4Mb' I Just 200 feet West .f 'TWEED RUGS LA01te' wuLTN.M
skiing. renters. .......11 iteming. camps, and. Polk County's 600 Holiday lea. DIISI WATCH
fish-itockid. lakes. i iWIYMeen1
'''Y .YIIt In loom ma.l Moot state .blew O. All.

PLUS City convonioncei. In s suburban. tropical ,..d II, a.. roe M Nu.h ....a>r autohMia. ...II. ..MMIIMIIn 111 ........bra......_let
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city ..w....., huge nearby shopping contort, public transportation., church. k Rte M.1.Kee r.:::MNTLON u.11 M to.n 15"

.0 ell elenomlnetioni. medical' facilities, end.. culture end social octlvitieiIn i VixU and Inspect Today ;-;-
cosmopolitan Lokeland.. .WATCH stags nil r
,. Lakeland Harbour Apartments Con =: "i.. '. n'IM

AIL MM FEATURES make year Lakeland tfarbt.r Apartment' _, WINDPnOO LIOHTIO ,
1600 Lake Parker Drive cane.
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Sales Agent: HAUGER REALTY ...._ WATC" AnAC..NTS
Four carefully designed. apartment layout are .available toes.. ::..:':..-::- .era. .i,,w 99
I One ledraons Apartment Two Bedrooms, 1 VI hethi Ma.5555.5,::

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ENTERTAIN YOUNG PATIENTS-Coaxing two-and-a-half-year-old Bruce Hartup. from his "ployhouse" PHOTO SERVICE-Photos of infants in the first few days of their lives are made available
beneath a table is Candystriper Kay Kummer, one of several teen-age volunteers who come to parents by the Lakeland General Hospital Auxiliary. Here Mrs. Felix Losson
after school to entertain convalescing youngsters on the Lakeland General Hospital pediatrics floor. ber, shows sample photos of newborns an auxiliary memo
to Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Carter Jr.
I and Bruce Mrs.is the William son of Kummer Mr, and, Newport Mrs. Robert Avenue.L. Hartup, 1804 W, Lake Parker St. Kay's parents are Dr. who auxiliary.are the parents of an infant daughter. The baby photo service is a new and, 1103 popular N. Webster project of Ave.the I

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Auxiliary had 30 members and performed three servo AL

if ifi Ices-messenger duty, micro-filming and operationof
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the eight years since, the auxiliary has grownto
a membership of 566 and provides nearly 20 dis-
tinct services to staff, patients and visitors.
During these eight years of growth, the.a""! ''iary ,t
hat donated pproxlnv' t.ly $2,,000 'Worth/of equip..
ment to the nospital, according to Mrs. Alan limber,-

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known as "Pink Ladies," because of the pink
smocks and pinafores they wear, and Candystripersgave
; in excess of 50,000 hours of volunteer serviceto

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STEP SAVERS-The escort-dispatch service begun last summer //'" FLOWER GIRLS-Delivering flowers to patients' rooms is a service ,
by the Hospital Auxiliary is the group's most ambitious under. performed by members of the junior auxiliary, called "Candy- ;
taking. A number of volunteers save the hospital staff many stripers" because of their pink and white striped pinafores. Loading
steps by delivering messages and supplies and escorting patients LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 1. 1904 10Ir a cart with bouquets are Virginia Spencer, left, daughter of
to X-ray and physical therapy rooms. Shown delivering a blood Charles E. Spencer, 1421 Crescent PI., and Beverlee Lutz, daughter
sample to the laboratory are Mrs. Karl Haines, co-chairman of of Mrs. Helen Lutz, 130 Westover St. Both teen-agers are stu.
this service, left, and Mrs. William Webb. dents at Lakeland High School.

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VOLUNTEERS MAN VISITORS' DESK-Visitors to patients at Lakeland General Hospital are greeted STILL SEWING-Tucked away in a small room remote from the main stream of hospital activity
at the visitors' desk by a member of the t Hospital Auxiliary, who advises them of the patients room sewing groups organized by the Lakeland General Hospital Auxiliary ore at work three days a week.
number and whether or not visitors ore present in the room. Mrs. Cooper Forehand and Dove Since the Auxiliary was organized in 1956, volunteers have made about 30000 items for use In
Honeycutt, who have come to visit a member of their church who is oiling, stop at the visitors' the hospital. Pictured at work ore, from left, Mrs. Jesse Logan, Mrs. George Bruun, Miss Nell Doty,.
desk manned by auxiliary member, Mrs. Gerald Smith. co-chairman of the sewing group; and (standing) Mrs. J. C. McLachlan, chairman.



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S.C LAKELAND LEDCtR, ftmday, March I. 1M4

Camp Fire Girls To

Girl Scout Week/ To Be MarkedBy Observe AnniversaryBlue LISTENING INT

Bird., who are the Rlchey. Tiweday at 6:30
Friendship Program At Bok junior members of Camp Fire p.m., Beth MeCkUen, Dolly _' with _
Girls, will start the celebration Hemstreet, Cheryl Pollock,
of the Camp Fire Girls Becky Burns, Mary RoseYearwood OLIVE STOUT SYKES U..ei Wmntn't Hirer

Arrangement are being one adult for every eight botham Lenders are Mrs. anniversary month of March and Betty Hoffmanwill .
completed for the first big Brownies or for every 10 old. Horace Combee and Mrs. with a play day and song test be hostesses at dinner at Coffee-Houses/ In JapanWe
event of Girl Scout Week the er girl.. John B. Sergeant Jr. Troop Friday afternoon. It will be the Sheffield home. The girls

International Friendship program Bus Schedule consultants are MM E. L. a city wide activity with Mrs. will plan the menu purchase

at Bok Tower Lake Buses are scheduled to Baker and Mrs Richard P. Warren W. Willis and M.-.. the food prepare and serve the who think of the Japanese mfy
Wales, next Sunday from ito leave the parking lot at Lakeland Jones Jr. William Gibson planning the meal. The parents of all the as a tea-drinking nation be surprised
i p.m. for Girl Scouti of all Senior High School at New activities for the occasion. The girls In the group have been to learn that there are close to 90,000 coffee-houses in Japan, according to est

ages and from alt part of noon next Sunday and returnto The new Cadette Troop troop 283 refreshments will be a birthday Invited. mates. There are perhaps 7.000 or 10 in Tokyo alone. There is a cof .house I

the Heart of Florida Girl the same place at 4;30pm. at Kathleen Junior High cake and punch. RequirementsBoth for every 1,000 Japanese.
Scout Council. School le planning monthly Or and Mrs. Haley Gulick the clay's outing and At a quiet coffee-house old, don't be stupid. God uses

The program will Includea Other events .his week Include overnight camping trips and founded the Camp Firs Girls the dinner are requirements' heads bend thoughtfullyover ". fertilizer"
aongfcst. an explanation of continuation of the program work on the emergency preparedness in 1910. The organization was the girls must fulfill to be- coffee cups, men .
the Juliette Low World Friend. aide course for Senior challenge. New Incorporated< In 1912. come a Fir Maker, the third meet to discuss an important Comes news from Sweet

ship Fund and presentation of Girl Scouts In Bartow on members of the troop are Train Trip rank in Camp Fire. business deal. Briar College Sweet Briar

contributions from troops by Wednesday from 7:30 9:30: Cheri Emblch Barbara Em- Saturday the Smiling Blue Mrs. Francis Luce will meet At another coffee- Va. that Caret Ann Bowea Is I

the International Friendship p.m. and a Court of Awards bich, Linda Washington, Pat Birds of Southwest Elementary with fourth grade Camp Fire house, a family entertains .., '. among the students at SweetBriar I
chairman of each troop. Friday night for Cadette Girl Hall, Kathy Jackson, Dolores School will take the noon Girl of Cleveland Court friends. At still another .'. who comprise the Deals
Reservations for but transportation Scout from Troop 211 at Bridges, Barbara McKInney, train to Haines City and visit School at the clubhouse tomorrow teenagers twist to ".," ,, '''''' List for the second semester

should be made by Southwest Junior High School. Pat Wood Patricia Gouker, the Haines City Citrus Growers afternoon for training the lusty beat of a live 1l Carol is the daughter of Mr.
Sixth grade Junior Girl Scouts In Indian symbols and names. and Mrs. Floyd B. Bowen, 415
leaders '
by Wednesday, with Thelma Ott and Carol Ann Association. "Red" Phillips band. In a land where ., ;'{ ,
the from Dixieland Southwest Mrs. Luce also will discuss Miramar Dr. and II a senior
neighborhood troop organizer Thornton. Leaders are Mrs. the association president there f is little enter- .
or the neighborhood Cleveland Court, Lime Street W D. Boykin and Mrs. Paul will be the host who will take the features of the beauty and very at the college.
chairman. Leaden are to turn Palmore and Central Avenue Smouk. them on a tour of the plant idealism of the Camp Fire tabling in the home, the } Her folks were among the

In 90 cents per girl or,adult Schools are Invited to attend Another new troop has been and serve refreshments. They ceremonial, a significant part coffee-house has become dignitaries Invited down to
at this time. There should beXbni with their leaders and par. started at Webster Avenue will be accompanied by Mrs. of the Camp Fire program the bustling center of Miami to take part In festivities -
1 tnt School for Junior Girl ScoutsIn Barbara Hunt, their leader. Mrs. Donald Raabe and social contact.In Ii! arranged there for President -

Troop 299 of Lakeland Junior fourth, fifth and sixth and Mrs. Casey Hoenlchy. Mrs. William Gibson are the Japan, the coffeehouse Johnson and his family.

High School will hold an grades from Webster and Wicankiya Camp Girls of group guardians ia not merely a 1 .

Investiture service for new Griffin Schools. Leader of Lima Street School will go to place to sip coffee and Inet Carpenter, 65 Lake I
r members and a rededication Troop 236 is Mrs. Thomas, Juniper Springs Saturday for enjoy the company of Morton Drive, wilt exhibit at
ceremony for old members at with Sherrlll Cauley and Deb-- the day and cook their noon RefrigerateMost friends. It is a social phenomenon Winter Park's Fifth Annual I
their troop meeting Friday afternoon bie Bean as patrol leaders meal. They will be accompanied sprung full Sidewalk Art Festival, fiext

STYLING SALON at All Saints' Church. They meet Friday afternoonsat by Mrs. Don Hemstreetand FoodsIn blown since 1943, a booming BESS ALLISON FENTONMiss Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
New members are Glenda Webster Community Building their guardians, Mn.. Lillian that Sunday afternoon's festival
A5TsI-Nv Lambert and Renee Higgin- next to the school. Sheffield and Mrs Louise will feature musical and dra.
reaches out to touch the
IN Bess Allison Fenton, matte program in She ,Park.
STVLIAND : Its bet lives of almost everyone.It the pretty granddaughter of The Ballet Royal of Winter

colon / Let's Go To Meeting This Week ter to leave most foods In k.as; been described a Lakeland couple Mr. and Park will perform, followed
opened tin cans in your refrigerator as a kind of "nubile liv. Mrs. W. A. Fenton, 1102 E. by a concert by the Central
In The HUH *t room" where young Palmetto Florida
ing was one of the lovelies Community Orchestra.
SOUTMQATIIHOFFINQ TODAY U ,. Asey IInUVI SalTS Send. .1! a' llnnrn. Critter. than to transfer people business men, mature presented at the Blue and .
annual Blrnlo
elaTes a'I: : ftuakln. dinner ITCH.thtetuletI are rllliK0tb 313r1 501 P.IC'rrant, 04 Co IC"THL..N Lapel 131. 4AM, them to glass or plastic containers women, entire families Cray Colonels Ball in Montgomery The Tampa Philharmonic
irrnd l 11 JO Colin urniih- aoinmunlcatlim at 7 30 Dm
> P.III. ICII laId d a
**. pit. ijein Irene:C nit.,, ( ''..if'I Trees.at .L Kf LANS CHArri. SAl 3050 according to a Florida -in essence, all ages, The Blue and Gray Orchestra's concerts Thursday -
i IIU u-seen *AUT
from hi oil f palette a m to Situ bullitlni 0.1w IsO Airport. MrCouk' In. eheircue ment. ,.... be
01 N. eel In Montgomery. previewed on "Concert
ALL lop S ni at Firet red.rlll :rJ' i.J
APPROVED CREDIT Ch.nl.Hider In Initructor ::nllO"; Dr. Gerald Kuhn explainsthat pleasant reasons.
alX&CrLOOS. "
OPTIMIST CLUB Of LAKILANO : doshInwe.CATULCCPI The ladies Preview at
01' IMPERIAL ARIA. young wear long noon today on
CARDS HONORED I lIon. at SOCIAL Cr" t BaitautantaiNiOM COSt. m...tlnfMS .MA".NTH.COURT.tolAocI pa. D.DIII m..ulI,01'TH. ., r1 :::' ln'l.O lJ.in.:: Il ::1 modern cans are heat The coffee house has white ball gowns and each is Channel 13. Maestro Alfredo
f. .. pm. MatMlla HulWIDl. Clflo ."he.Peothiitpiey ." "' n..ft" will b. ,.rnrd. sterilized and an impressive seating capacity -
-- Lobot ti; Tp'II:; PlO are enameled presented an arm bouquet of conductor of the
4 -- - -, .. ... aI: n m. tur :.t'n 3'i! :0Z: ; 800 patrons at a American Tampa Philharmonic
lOarnhttatlO i- In -Eoter.d: IM'k : Inside to prevent any reaction beauty roses. will
I II Apprtntlca reo will bi daar confirm ir; FLIeS) at"CraiV"df 7 .10 <. beet ILLINOIS,. CLU' .0'04 dl.h. between food and metal. time can enjoy the music Mis. Fenton Is the daughter have as Ms guests on the program
I LAKILANO IHANCM. NATIONAL. .. Clvlo ealeenea Cntr Anrono S Maitoltt from eultdIn 11I1.! An exception It fruit which and the luxurious sur of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Stevens Irwin, St. Petersburg '
tlAOUl: ?OP K AMCIICAM rfW t PhIl Mn WOMMi ,. '-. nt}1 I, aesarn wrlcorn and,, Belt eugarw', 1.51 Ill., srssAW : may develop off.flavors and roundings. In the "Fu- Fenton of Montgomery. She author of two bookson

. TUiaOAY "dpd CHAPTeR Ma off-colors after being exposedto getsu-do! ," there is nevera was presented at the ball by the organ, and John Lewis,
: p.LAKELAND ad aMinat. CLUI" '.30 l1 ifr: 0. lit W,entoea oiwuni KTIRHOOO at Cu,.. air. Dr. Kunn recommendsthat sign of hurry. A cup Col. David W. Thames and Pas etna Community Church
'f' il1ilWVc5ST.ii.T.! \ HanuteMt. .
..IC .e.CLUI IK. 1907 'leftover fruit be stored of coffee may last an eve her escort for the evening minister of music
.r. 1 Mm at M.rcli.H Hutaurant. "" tAND
Anyone Interested may Join ,"" Lakeland WATtS Hl.h SKI school CLUe S In another container. ning and sometimes was George Clements of Mont. Mr. Biggs, world-famous organist
CLUB alol.
or olau at t 3O CHAPTIII AUDI* does. gomery. will play electronic
at admlnlltn 01' TaC .In''N STat., For the students
liiillJuiL Jwlclt m..lInl
: lion. <> AlruorU I rI 5 ppu, St Testate. Y111t. During her freshman organ like the one used during
Af W,13: ar d artist who frequentits yearat
.:"L lJ K 'N:: 'toc" ( "be
1 H .. U .. WIDNISD.V Oriental Auburn University, she was the opening of Lincoln Center
. N.tu: p m .1, tho 'ori.1 ttt curet. LAKELAND SHRINI Antiques premises, each month
I LAKiLANO ROTARY CLU' UII: at tSr silk Clun at '222 CLU'pm.meets selected "Loveliest of the In New York City in 1962.
II Iho C'e', H..t.uranl the shop features the
pm V.. L..UND. ANT fLU. nil ".In'" Collectors' TopicDr. Plains" She's The performances will
! ARMY drlllo-5515505. UNITS l lIttte.ttlod Inw 01. .1 5 'to a m.. Nil Marr work of a different a sophomore be
D 317111.. MP entree Out rtnltpShehin l I wltt* now. given at I:30 p.m. next Thursday
Dn. dIet I 11th Ci. Po" 330111 -
lIla. rFi Men,, Nelson
I Me4 1)00' (B8D'. 3010' M.4 Dd in 1 ant Such-alt .te.at. otl is paint.em. Hoffman, professor young, prominent artist.It a a ,a and Friday in the McKay
.!DrIll. end 1mL..Lo:!!!! & !:.. :I n. eat, 7 tie 20 Sen. taenueter: Is at Florida Southern is known for its classical -
Chariot Ilulditi (Tampa Municipal) Auditorium
rtraht Intrtt'tta I Mrs. Robert Moor. of Trenton
. wills.. Ii.11 urea at, Ooid.heree.lt..dmlnl.'aln 7:304.10t : buildlLelOR. nine College who Jived in India for music.It N. J., who, with her and at ,the same hour

Miss Ann Bochorskl, consultant for MrsDay's Inw. Lod"I." 051101110N I 00001 4. years antiques will at speak the on oriental is suggested that the young son Jeffrey, is visiting Saturday at the Pasadena
Weul Antiques'Collectors' success of the coffee- Community Church
: aiou tt.t eorened dish her mother, Mrs. Allots Bedford in St.
Ideal Baby Shoes, will be in our II our pm, ci Cnontrp, Den Club meeting I
10110.1. house in is thtit Petersburg
133 I. Once Pt.- mo.tesa at her Lake Boilings-
I Infants' department and children's shoe I p m lr\68..r."d: Wednesday at It a.m. at the offers A's
, a erwito. BioJkaUa Ustfka home of Mrs. a perfect place worth Drive home, left yes
department to assist you In the selectionof 'I looot a, lOop, ( ; 2738 Denver Farmer for the enjoyment of coffee terday for Miami from where Barnett Lewis, student at
the correct shoes for your baby You're Kvl .)t''. teals .'. WUn. neEbaJI The speaker Falrmount. and conversation. In she flew to JamaicsAileen's Davidson College, Davidson,

invited to visit with her Tuesday, March tINS VITlIIIIN'., IMP I HI 01'AC WORLD OLK CQUMTV wan i. duced by Mrs. William will be Pre.Intro-,. Japan, neighbors do not minding Jeffrey N. C., has been initiated into
ItAIIUC..IOII. and .u.lll.rr. '0' with the help of the newly Alpha Epsilon Delta honorary
trad dl' .ratleena t alaa.DM nan program chairman. drop unexpectedly to
3rd 9:30 to 5:30. :Jld1
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StIle : fenced in constructed pro-medical fraternity at
.Jilin"'ln0irowC'1' ;! """ The business session will be chat and sip coffee. play yard
| at the side of her home Davidson Ho hM else '
LAKILAND CH PTf DAUOM conducted Many Japanese
by Mrs. B. I. regard '
That Of AMtBICAN' IIIVOLUTION, Lang- especially for that on the Dean's List. Barnett
stan, president. Mrs. Carter their own homes as too young is
"ffirtV/T.o's.rT.'l.'Hot while Josephine visits Tren- the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Poland and Mrs. Wllliarn Hag- humble, or too personal, Morris
qua. homo or *"*. **. POe. M ton friends for about 10 days lewis. 2322 Carolina
.. Oord.n, erman are co-hoatesse. for entertainine. Ave
in that island
lovely Caribbean
I I II I r- -- __M Thus the coffee-house .- .. .- I

1 1I I fills a real void in Japan, "Bring shorts bathing suit, TO THINK LTON-"Beau-

1I I : serves genuine purpose. cocktail dresses and, it the ty la a fairy; sometimes she

I This would seem likea jnost, a sweater" she was advised hides herself In a flower-cup,
1 1I lovely idea for us coffee by her friends. or under a leaf, or creeps
I loving Americans; e a a into the old ivy, and plays

Con: IviRITT' "111" 1 SPRING and NOT in the beat-nik During the program of the hide.and.seek with the sunbeams -

style eitherl! Chorale or haunts some ruined I
Cern.tntsdeanlssIOu'Cornt'hetA 1 Roger Wagner sponsored f
cgllactlon' ol now 7>lh annlracaary i a eMiss here by the Lakeland spot, or laughs out of a
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Evaratt aplnala. Tha piano with tha \ (sGUi aW GBBL Concert Association, Mr Wagner bright young fac.."-G. A. \
Ion* feaiuty ol a grandl Lot fourlavorlta I II Dorothy Strickland has Sa I..
i chooao htr faxxlta from as her guests in her Lakeland said that the acoustics in
I Iradlllonil poeeryIyl.s.ttstltsnddark5ntshes.Pecad provincial' and conlam.. I r OUTMOaTS MALL Tit t I Highlands home, Mrs. Peel the new Branscomb Memorial

I IaN shoeS tho lowaal.Maho II D. Lake of Oneonta, N. Y. Auditorium were excellent
I only i amall doooalt. and wo II da.llvar I I CASUAL CLOTHES i and Mr. A. D. BalcUn of about the best of any hall In Tomorrow's
In lima tee Chrldmaa earollngl I
SUN IN Pawtucket, R. I., and Mrs. which they'd performed.. I ,
I. I Newton e, Slbley of Annapolis How about that? The San I
CANNONMUSIC I NEW YORKER MADEMOSELLR, VOGUE, ETC. M Md. Mrs. Lake and Mrs Pletro Orchestra of Naples I Menu Idea

CO. Balchin were schoolmates of Italy was also duly Impressedby

I I Ii Dorothy in Asbury Park N.J. the building. And Pianist Vegetable and Corned I
101 S. Fli. A,.. when they were teen-agers, Michel Block.
I Beef Casserole
LikaloiidOpoii I i Mrs. Sibley accompanied Dor And so are,_.we_.homefolkiHlas Crusty Rolli
,,1. Nit. Til 9 i othy on an around-the-world Butter
or Margarine
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U- daughter of Coffee Tea Milk
Eastwood, was Inltl.tedln. FBESII VEGETABLE AND
to Eta Omega chapter of Alpha CORNED BEEFCASSEROLE
Iota sorority at Jones
in Jacksonville. Miss
College (I Servings)
Bowden was one of 37 girls 2
cups cooked fresh carrots
D. honored by election to Alpha 1 cup cooked diced celery
Iota, International bu.ineasaororlty -
2 cooked
cups diced potatoes
and was a guest at a
Prepared for That First banquet there. She's a Lake % cup sliced fresh onion
StepIn I l'/4! teaspoons salt
land High School graduate. H teaspoon ground black
Requirement* for election to

Baby Shoes By Mrs. Day I, this honorary are "..uperiorI I pepper teaspoon marjoram

scholarship, leadership. personality
U teaspoon minced fresh
and character
A. Dainty crib shoes of finest combed broadclothwith \ Ij. I garlic
nylon ruffles and tiny rosebud trim %.00 I I can ((12 ounces) corned beefi
Aleta LocUs Brown

B. Soft solid shoes with perforated vamp.-mode of LN1ftft! ZOLliI1 laughter of Mrs. LuclU UBivwn /i cup water vegetable; cooking

white wash kid. Available In narrow-medium I of 725 Rushing Ave., % cup soft bread crumbs
& wide. 3.00 has recently become pledge I tablespoon butter or margarine
I of Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity melted

C. Fine groin white elk with non-slip Intermediate I for the spring semester Combine carrots, celery,

sole. Available in narrow, medium and wide at Florida Southern College potatoes onion, salt black
1.50 according to Miss Julie
I pepper, marjoram and garlic.
Knight, editor of the Alpha Turn half into a ( cas-
D. White Elk shoe with flexible walking sole for i Gamma Delta fraternity. serole. Break corned beef into

active toddlers, either boys or girls- -narrow,. I S SRI small pieces over the vege-
medium & wide 5.50Moke II I A little boy was looking out tables. Cover with remaining

a window at his home and vegetable mixture. Add vege-
I jsked his mother. "How does table water Top with breadcrumbs
I God keep the trees and grass mixed with butter or
so green?" He wu overheard margarine* Bake In a preheated
by his little three-year-old sister moderate oven (350
WE USE THE NEWYlDmJCJ fO' It. ,I I who, while his mother pondered degrees) 45( minutes or until

\ DCJ! LF D TF 0 ({[ Q:.4"< an answer, said "Da done. .: ___ ____ ___ .


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Sunday, March I, 1184 MS
r Only Gal Who Jaycee-eftes LAKELAND LEDGER.

e iz To Sponsor Sign of the times? One ouA t
of three younger women (under/
3 35 years of age) My they have
Ever Caught A BeatleMR. k "y ,.S Hair Show some national gray survey hair, according to a

Jaycee cues of Lakelandwill l
sponsor a card party and
By MARY CAMPBELLAP spring hair styling preview 'Speaking of Beautyby
1 Newsfealures Writer Thursday night at S o'clockat
Shy Mn. Beatle can relax. the Garden Center. Prizes I' phllip }
She, her husband, 23-year-old will be given. Ladies, we now have a new '
R Beatle John Lennon, and his Mrs Ralph Penn Is chair- thing in permanent wavingam
buddies, Beatles Ceo: >ge, Paul man, assisted by Mrs. Wil- new technique
and Ringo, lived through 10 liam Loftin, Mrs Felix Dona- to give you
T days among American Beatle telll Mrs. Jack Phillips, Mrs. the smooth
M bugs gone mad and are safely Robert Reinch and Mrs. flowing colf I
back In the British woodwork Lloyd Goldsmith. lures of today
4 k While in the United States, Reservations are to be made but with snap
the Beatles rocked out their by calling MU :-2897 or MU and hold un
driving Mersey beat and teen 6.2634. I derneathde..
age girls rolled back with The. public is Invited to attend I signed strictlyto
smitten screams. combat
Cynthia Lennon the only wilting FlorIda -
Beatle wife, and envy of two tti 'u t SHOES IN PASTELS humidity
continents of teen-age girls, Lustrous leathers and beau PHILIP It really, ,
stayed as far as possible from tiful pastel colors will turn up works, ladies, with no frizz or I
the tumult. in the new shoes for spring kink. Come to see us let us '
Ducked Photos You'll find shoes to match or explain and prove this to you. t'
She ducked photographersand contrast with every costume, The entire staff of Coiffures By
granted no Interviews. from rose to pale turquoise. Philip 225 S. Fla., is at your
,,t disposal In offering their expert ->
t Most .of the time she stayed
inside the hotel or was taken BAKER'S DOZENPLUSYour opinions and talents.

I shopping or sightseeing by one "HOW MANY PRIZES WILL WE NEED?," asks Mn. George Burt, right, president of stocking supply will Goodnight, Mrs. Taylor.
of attached the 17 to public the shaggyhairedquartel' relations men the Jaycee-ettes, as chairmen for the spring hair style show and card party tell her of arrangements last a good deal longer If you P.S.-It is essential to analyze
I riotous tour that have been made. Chairmen, from left, are Mrs. Ralph Penn and Mrs. William buy your hose a dozen pairat the chemicals: hair before and solutions.subjecting It to
a time all In the same
Cynthia Is platinum blonde, Loftin. The event will be held Thursday at t p.m. at the Garden Center (Ledger photo color. You won't have to
22 and always described as ((41 Itt af a ..,I.eI)
-Harper) throw out the strays when you
She turned
"terribly shy. rip one stocking -Ad.
down offers from various
money ,
publications to tell "her use sass seas eaasae- seaea.. seas etaea; .l'I

story" to them.' 1 I I i
AND MRS. BEATLE Cynthia Lennon, only gal The Lennons met while both lrJ' 69 '" .
who's ever caught a Beatle sits with husband John In London were attending the Liverpool II :NJ $ (" ,-..,.
Airport on Feb 7, before flying to the United Slates.NowI.Keep College of Art and married 1 I II .
before the Beatles made it LOTS OF
big. They have an month-
old son, John, but they didn't I r91alr :
bring him to America. I Cfattemt ; AT A ..... -
make-up.perfect' Where was Mrs. Beatle I .:,- : .)
when the riots were going I "
. strong
I ,
problem areas On Saturday, the day after Lx. '" itn
the Beatles' arrival here,Mrs ,1 PRICE .:
Lennon attended an afternoon I I .. .
er .
, coT > rehearsal for the EdSullivan CLIP n' SAVE .""41' I .......:,. I,
Show, ate dinner with (
'AIRSPUN' the group at one of New III :
York's most famous restaurants II 1-. .
INSTANT and toured the city with I ,. oI' :
them by automobile. To keep :
trampled by II :t,?
from being
I ....,
TY BEAUTY mobs, she stayed inside the t. t""ti: .. 1
etAVTV car. I.I : :. :1.. r
& She shied away from two I 1(1 J v\ ..' (0 .... :
rehearsals and the Sullivan I: .
and ..
broadcast on Sunday J. ,
I < :
; ( .
'AIRSPUN'FACE appeared at none of the ; .::.1; : "
Beatles' day-long press con .. I
\ ,j.j
l ,,
., POWDER ferences a pack-'em-in on Monday.At party. given I III II (: .$''' >i. : I

r' (Free puff In every box) day by evening Capitol, John Records was asked Mon I IIII a'::1 i. s t i' }'P } Fa4 \

II \
over the hubbub whether his .
150 wife was present. "At this I I 4,. I ,--
party, are you kidding?" he .J'I
each J-.i > yelled back. A TISKET, A TASKET, we've woven a hair basket. To set front: Follow 1\ ) \ i ..
Mrs Lennon stood In the diagram, using large rollers Soft, wide pin curls are set away from the face \ ,! /J. ,
wings during the first of two on both sides To set back (not shown : Place three row of large rollers % iJ
Choose ranching shades for a perfect milti.up comb latloa.. exhibitions of Beatlemmnta at I In on upward direction toward crown. To comb: Brush hair vigorously \
Carnegie Hall on Wednesday, bock comb lightly. Smooth sides back to crown and pin, (Note: All pins i iI 1
but remained backstage during I should be interlocked to insure maximum smoothness.) Smooth bock up to I I ,
the second crown and pin. Brush front diagonally back and pin. You have now formed .1 1kL1t'
And to one reporter who a circle of pins at the crown leaving hair at center of head free. Follow \ \ ,
did manage to ask her reactions I diagram, dividing free hair into three sections. Smoothing section A, twist I
I I Cynthia replied, with. "I around and tuck under behind section C and pin in place. Smooth section B, I A'ii-
calm understatement wackier t comb OVER and tuck UNDER section A and pin. Smooth section C around I 1 f
think they're a bit section B, tuck under and pin. Add a final touch to your basket with small 'I
than the English girls flowers at center or saucy bow above ear. HINT: To give fine hair an extra I
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lift secure medium-sized rollers under sections A, B and C before brushing 'II 4'Firty/ little pill boxes of flowers or beautiful

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! 2-C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday March I. IM4
Camp Fire Girls To

Girl Scout Week To Be MarkedBy Observe AnniversaryBlue LISTENING IN

Birds, who are the RlcbeY. TWsday at ':.30 '

Friendship At BokArrangements Junior members of Camp Fire prti, Both MoOttlton, Sally with _

Program Girls, will start the oelebratkm HemWrm Cheryl Pollock. Buy STOUT SVKIS Lei,., W_..'. Idles
of the Camp Fir Girl.annlver.ary Becky| burns, Mary Rose
month of March YHrwood and Hoffman
are being one adult for eight botham. Leaders are Mrs.
every with a play day and song feat will be hostesses at dinner at Coffee-Houses I In Japan
completed for the first big Brownies or for every 10 old. Horace Combee and Mra.
Friday afternoon. It will bea the Sheffield home The girls
event of Girl Scout Week, the er girls John B. Sergeant Jr. Troop
city wide activity with Mrs. will plait the menu purchase
International Friendship Bus Schedule consultant are Mrs E. L.
at Bok Tower, Lake Buses are scheduled to Baker and Mrs. Richard P. Warren W. Willis and Mrs. the food, prepare and serve the We who think of the Japanese as a tea-drinking nation rf&y be surprisedto

Wales, next Sunday from 1 to leave the parking lot at Lake Jones Jr. William Gibson planning the meal. The parents of all the learn that there are close to 90,000 coffee-houses in Japan, affording to esti

3 p.m. for Girl Scouts of all land Senior High School at New Troop activities for the occasion. The girl It) the group have been mates. There are perhaps 7.000 or so in Tokyo alone. There is a coffee-house
refreshments will be a birth invited.!
ages and from all parts of noon next Sunday and returnto The new Cadette troop 283 day cake and punch.Dr. RequirementsBoth for every 1,000 Japanese.

the Heart of Florida Girl the same place at 1:30: at Kathleen Junior High and Mrs Haley Gulick the day's outing and At a quiet coffee-house vid, don't be stupid God uses

Scout Council. p.m.Other School is planning monthly founded the Camp Fire GirlsIn the dinner are requirementsthe heads bend thoughtfully fertilizer.". .
The program will Includea events this week Include overnight camping trips and 1910. The organization was girl must fulfill to become over coffee cups men
songfest an explanation of continuation of the program work on the emergency preparedness Incorporated In 1912. % fire Maker the third meet to discuss an important Comes news from Sweet
the Juliette Low World Friendship aide course for Senior challenge. New rank it| Camp Fire. business deal. Briar College Sweet Briar

Fund and presentation of Girl Scouts in Bartow on members of the troop aro Train Trip Mr*, panels Luce will meet At another coffeehouse Va.. that Caret Ann Bowen is
contributions from troops by Wednesday from 7:30: 9:30 Cheri :Emblch. Barbara Emblch Saturday the Smiling Blue with fourth grade Camp Fire among the students at Sweet
the International Friendship p.m. and a Court of Awards Linda Washington Pat Birds of Southwest Elementary Girls of Cleveland Court a family Briar who comprise the Dead's

chairman of each troop. Friday night for Cadette Girl Hall Kathy Jackson Dolores School will take the noon School at the clubhouse tomorrow friends. At still an. List for the second semester

Reservations for bus trans Scouts from Troop 251 at Bridges, Barbara McKinney, train to Haines City and visit afternoon for trainingin other teenagers twist to Carol Is the daughter of )lr.

portation should be made by Southwest Junior High School. Pat Wood Patricia Gouker the Haines City Citrus Grow. Indian symbols and names. the lusty beat of a live and Mrs. Floyd B. Bowen 415

leaders by Wednesday with Sixth grade Junior Girl Scouts Thelma Ott and Carol Ann ere Association. "Red" Phillips Mra. Luce also will discuss band. In a land where Miramar Dr. and Is a seniorat

the neighborhood troop organ from Dixieland Southwest, Thornton. Leaders are Mrs. the association president the features of the beauty and there Is very little entertaining the college.
Izer or the neighborhood Cleveland Court. Lime Street W. D. Boykin and Mrs. Paul will be the host who will take Idealism of the Camp Fire in the home, the Her folks were among the

chairman. Leaders are to turn Palmore and Central Avenue Smoak. them on a tour of the plant ceremonial, a significant part coffee-house has become dignitaries Invited down to I

In 90 cents per girl or adultat Schools are Invited to attend Another new troop has been and serve refreshments. They of the Camp Fire program. the bustling center of fesllvitle'
this time. There should be with their leaders and par started at Webster Avenue will be accompanied by Mrs. Mr. Donald Raabe and social contact.

r School for Junior Girl Scoutsin Barbara Hunt, their leader, Mrs. William Gibson are the In Japan, the coffee- dent Johnson and his family. I
ents.Troop .
209 of Lakeland Junior fourth fifth and sixth and Mrs. Casey Hoenlchy. rdian". *
group gu house is not merely a
High School will hold an grades from Webster and Wlcanklya Camp Girls of lues Carpenter, 63 Lake
to coffee and
investiture service for new Griffin Schools Leader of Lime Street School will go to place sip Morton Drive will exhibit' at I

JinLITYLINO members and a rededication Troop 238 Is Mrs. Thomas, Juniper Springs Saturday for enjoy the company of Winter Park's Fifth Annual '
ceremony for old members at with Sherrill Cauley and Deb- the day and cook their noon Refrigerate friends. It is a social phenomenon Sidewalk Art Festival, pent

their troop meeting Friday afternoon bie Beall as patrol leaders. meal. They will be accompanied M05Foods sprung full Friday Saturday and Sunday.
SALON at All Saints' Church. They meet Friday afternoonsat ty Mrs. Don Hemstreetand blown since 1945 a boom- BESS ALLISON FENTON Sunday afternoon's festival

New members are Glenda Webster Community Build. their guardians/ Mrs. Lillian In Tin CansCi.INESVJU.E ing enterprise that will feature a musical and dra-

AI"ITI' Lambert and Renee Higgln-_ lug, next to the school. ._ Sheffield and. Mrs. LouiseLet's reaches out to touch the Miss Bees Allison Fenton matic program in the Park.
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TYIC IN It', bet. lives of almost everyone.It the pretty granddaughter of The Ballet Royal of Winter

AND has been described a Lakeland couple Mr. and Park will perform followedby
DOLOR Go To Meeting This Week ter p leave most foods In as a kind of "public living Mrs. W. A. Fenton 1102 E. a concert by the Central I

opened tin cans In your refrigerator room" where young Palmetto, was one of the lovelies Florida Community Orchestra. I
In The' M N *l e
lOU'HeATISHOPPING TODAY VS. ARMY atSIRVC UNIT nanrf, nil ftt RflHprvfl Cent,,. than to transfer people business men, mature presented at the Blue and
OHIO PICNIC Uth annual Mr-nig/ eliMulM drllla allots rranl Co KATHLHN LOSeS lit, PRAM, them to glass or plastic container women entire families Gray Colonels Ball in Mont The Tampa Philharmonic :
., Banal Beach. Ru.lin. dlnn r Clrrm Mr). M3ri alll Pollen DrtCD tools Orchestra's
CINTre omnuuiolloD at 730: pm. and concerts Thurs-
atrnd at SI 90 .m. Coffer lurnlia- ( and Jd Pit, 74tJi Trannpll LAKCLAND ,*. rdlng to a Florida -in essence, all ages, gomery. The Blue Gray
: ., 7Jath lt Co. 4T.rm avoi allu CHAPTI NATIONAL day through Saturday with
of the
AMOCIATION Colonels Ball is
AVtAKtlAND Pru.tpruot : OP TM1 PHYSICALLV one
MU ..., Agricultural; Experiment all kinds-meet and mingle
aUILV. trl flaw HANOICAPPIOjnoolhlr mMtlnt Ei Power Biggs as will
ART lrCUT.VI COM.MITTlIl ... highlights of the social Mason guest,
a* v p at pint .
hi atlll tile and portrait fommunllr for number of
oil palattnf Stations
O. POLK COUNTY. 0. food microbiologlst. any
rem lam. lo noon at adir'nulra N AlcCouket Jr .JrmOD, moot-" room Orota Park All handlold'Vr In Montgomery. be previewed on "Concert
tlon bulldlni. Led w 11 ll AlruurLCharts. ? arJ'TSvfu.j* """' "' *** and pleasant reasons. "
II ALL APPROVED CREDIT Holder I tnarllte r at 730 Dm. at Flnt JtoderalMumiinlty Dr. Gerald Kuhn explainsthat The young ladies wear long Preview at noon today on
O. LASLANG.e room downtown P1X CLW* Ot IMPIHIAk' ARIA The coffee house has .
OPTIMIST 4LUa Channel 13. Maestro Alfredo
45 am.' CrfU a..4ursut.ISNIORS KATMLMN COURT.. CHOI OP JMolInt at JJO pm at Snivel* modern cans are heat white ball gowns and each IIpre.ented
CARDS HONORED SOCIAL CLUI. ntmtlnial TNI AMARANTH aUUd. mwlllll ., ">" w'n' HW.Atelr.al.. an impressive seating capacity of Antonlnl conductor of the
Maauli Bulldlni. Cltiamt S al Timpli> mi-nl will be M>r'pd. sterilized and are enameled an arm bouquet
I called. ._toyimunlr.llon I at 7 pm,_for 1M tm, Mra. H. L. inside to prevent any react
p'.n- IR 1S7, ClIlM, 40t liornlnaild!: :: DrIM time can enjoy the music Miss Fenton Is the daughter have as his guests on the program
r0,I role ndo.. ILLINOIS ClUI .0 r. .. 4 ll.h tion between food and metal.
::.,:J t SRANCN NA 7OONA luncheon at noon at Mavnolla BulldIni. An and the luxurious sur of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Stevens Irwin. St. Petersburg
Is fruit which
I Z L ciie Center Anron. from Illl- author of two books
KAOVI OP AMIRICAN. PIN WDM.IN. nol" roundings. In the "Fu- Fentoa of Montgomery. She
1.. .Uuih 12 30, jam'Pabto at Horn Rt.LAKILANO ., o( Mr. r, Co/fn J miTlnf:: ; alr,"rlalj! bl"'ro' !: off-colors may develop after off being-flavors exposedto and getsu-do" there Is nevera was presented at the ball by on the organ, and John Lewis

I .u0Ar .XHAPTSR AW p[o Pasadena Community Church
SIST ISNOOD of A Col. David W. Thames and
IIDOI CLUI '.30 II i? 1 li'.noiaon at air Dr. Kuhn recommends sign hurry. cup
P m al latnland I Woman TOAtTMAiTIR'. ClubLAKiLANO *' ri D. W. HamaliMh lloi Bouts that leftover fruit be storedIn of coffee may last an evening her escort for the eveningwas minister of music

CLUI 7 pm. M M..eb.I'u.- 'UKILANO WAT. IK slut: a another container. and sometimesdoes. George Clements of Mont Mr. Biggs world-famous organist -
tent Anynna IntorerUd may Join' pm 't "LakrloA HI)h will play an electronic
CLUI wale col- CNAPTIR 711. For the students
r claw I at 5 I. ,,- 0' THI 'TUN ITAe, Orellnr5 her freshman organ like the one used during
lion bulldlnt. with / a pa. ,e T..,,,,.. VleItln and artists who frequentits During yearat
c Mrs Nitonil Prater. InstructorLAKILAND memWr 1'III:: : Auburn University she was the opening of Lincoln Center
1 :JO li m at thr IMCHANOI C.dt KnlaurantLAKILANO CY. I.S lAKtLAND WIDNISDAV INR.INC CLY p. tnMU Oriental AntiquesCollectors' premises each month selected "Loveliest of the In New York City in 1962.
ROTARY CLUI li.Itarhxluled at the O IIl. Club .. 121} pm. the shop features the The performances will be
Hr.taurant. Plains" She's a sophomore
m .1 'h. Carlot IAKIIAND ART CLUI oil p llntIn. Topic
1 U.. ARMY 1IIIIIIva UNIT 'I... .1530 am.. Hrl. Marl work of a different now. given at I:30 p.m. next Thursday
i: Bn Dot 7 drills-Co 13th .p.o D PorrM 117IA. 77th Carter HIM l boriulla 1 Inalructon HeniM oil I p at nllr. wlUi m.. Dr. Nelson Hoffman, pro- young, prominent artist.It a e .* and Friday in the McKay
MIA Dot (81\81. 341.1 Mod
I 1..9! ) .!!.WlliL.!! l!!t cal OomTOYOUR fllUllfaand, from 1 to portrait 10 pjn clw.. Uutruolur paint.ln !; lessor at Florida Southern is known for its classical Mrs. Robert Moore of Trenton (Tampa Municipal) Auditor-
Chtrln Holder! portrait Initrurtlon I College who lived in India for music.It ium and at the same hour
with Murran Ooldiborouih. 7.30-11 JOKlAlltfAfrSlrV1" N. J., who with her
I *" "'""'. nine years, will speak on oriental is suggested that the young son Jeffrey, is visitingher Saturday at the Pasadena

Miss Ann Bochorskl, consultant for MrsDay's FAVORITE ILNOIIA 1 P.IKKAH nun rovrmd LOOOf dlihiiippnr 4ipoiuor antiques at the Antiques' success of the coffeehouse mother Mrs. AUeen Bedford Community Church in St.

Ideal it burst s m..i r Collectors Club meeting in Japanese is that at her Lake Hollings- Petersburg
Baby Shoes, will be In ourInfants' Srliaol. Y3rla. Lemon Bt, m.fn. at e e
I pm lrIlR.h and tabltwnac Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the it offers a perfect place worth Drive home left yesterday
department and children's shoe *. ."k aalu W.4r home of Mrs. Denver Farmer for the enjoyment of coffee for Miami from where Barnett Lewis student at

deportment to assist you In the selectionof L!j.LW1* tb t,VIr unatmomb.r. 273g airmount. and conversation. In she flew to Jamaica Davidson College Davidson

the correct shoes for your baby.You're l vaTaaANS eP woRL., coos The speaker will be Introduced neighbors do not Aileen'a minding Jeffrey N. C., has been initiated into
1 UA,, IMPlK/AL IooK by Mr*. William Pnn- Alpha Epsilon Delta, honor'any
OOVMTn. with the help of the newly
invited to visit with her Tuesday, aAeuc'u lots. and .". drop by unexpectedly to
bred dlf>b dlniur at noon at MMHOIIA nan, program chairman. fenced in play yard constructed pre-medlcal fraternity at
3rd, 9:30: to 5:30.: D... i"ilon Bulldini VIII.'t civln followLAKIIAND CinUr. u.T- The business session will be chat and sip coffee. at the side of her home David_. He bas aim bon ,

CHAPTI*S DAUOH- conducted by Mrs. B. J. Lang- Many Japanese regard especially for that young man on the Dean's List. Barnett
1.30 ar'm..:' Tue.dop, nVOLUTION.1111II. ,145 ston, president. Mrs. Carter their own homes as too while Josephine visits Trenton is the son of Mr. and Mr,.
s91NAPT CP Rr PliO S/TRM000. Poland and Mrs. William\ Hag- humble or too personal friends for about 10 daysin Morris Lewis. 2322 Carolina

11 OUR...IL. homo o.rdenl of ._MM..___ P._._M. roe M erman are.: co-hostesses. for entertaining. that lovely Caribbean la- Ave. *
a R riNi 7fs31m3 M IAi Rp3i xsd a i o.fd sbai AbdiaHG 711.1d 3f 1.1E M ILIA lira J.K Thus the coffee-house land.
I Mr L fills a real void in Japan "Bring shorts, bathing suit TO 'THINK: UPON-"Beau-

I i serves a genuine purpose. cocktail dresses, and. at the ty la a fairy; sometimes she

This would seem likea moat a sweater" she was advised hides herself a flower-cup

iI lovely idea for us coffee by her friendi./ or under a leaf or creeps 1
into the old and
I w loving Americans; a' Ivy plays
hide-and-seek with the sunbeams
tOnlelnporNr" "711" and NOT in the beat-nik During the program of the
SPRING or haunts some ruined
aVERETTCome I Roger Wagner Chorale sponsored -
style either
In l day and..oui complal the Lakeland spot or laughs out of a
I .... here by ,
collKllon ol/ new 71th .nnl. bright young face. G. A.
E.*rtt aplnala. Tk piano with the I OUIfi aW GiaLI Miss Dorothy Strickland has Concert Association Mr.Wagner Sala.
Ion kuuly of 0 B'andl Lat fourlavorita said that the acoustics in
as her guests In her Lakeland
chooa' lor livorll from
tradlllonal. provincial and containporaryitylM ,OUTNOaTI MALL I Tit I I Iil Highlands home. Mrs. Deal the new Branscomb Memorial I
..... excellent
Hht.nII don IInl. Auditorium were
Prtcad |lost abo* IK* 10......Mobs CASUTHlS D. Lake of Oneonta. N. Y., about the best of any hall In Fro2s,1
and Mrs. A. D. Balchln
only a small tfapoalt and no II dt *- of
.at In limo hv ChrHlmai earollnol i Pawtucket R. I., and Mrs. which they'd performed. i
SUN IN ? The San
How about that
Newton C. of Annapolis
'CANNONMUSIC I il NEW YORKER, MADEMOSELLP, VOGUE, ETC. I Md. Mrs. Lake and Mrs. Pietro Orchestra of Naples j Menu Idea ,I
Balchln were schoolmates of Italy was also duly
CO. I Dorothy in Asbury Park. N.J. the building. And Pianist Vegetable and Corned
Michel Block.
101 S. Fl.. A... when they were teen-agers; Beef Casserole
I homefolks
And so are we .
Mrs. Dorothy
C. L.k.luol Sibley accompanied Crusty-RolU
J. on an around-the-world I Y Butter or Margarine
Opus frl. Nltn Til .
Miss Jean Ann Bowden
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- Mr. and Mrs. H.
daughter of Coffee Tea Milr-
P. Eastwood was initiated into FRESH VEGETABLE AND
EU Omega chapter of Alpha CORNED BEEFCASSEROLE

Iota sorority, at Jones

i College. In Jacksonville. Miss (I Servings)

f Bowden was one of 37 girls 2 cups cooked fresh carrots
D. honored by election to Alpha 1 cup cooked diced celery

i Iota. International business 2 cups cooked diced potatoes
I I rority and was a guest at a \t cup sliced fresh onion

Prepared for That First StepIn I'' land banquet High there.School She's graduate.a Lake I'/i H teaspoon teaspoons ground salt black

I Requirements for election to pepper

Shoes Mrs. I this honorary are "superior 1 teaspoon marjoram
Baby By DayA.
scholarship leadership." per \'t teaspoon minced freshgarlic
sonality and character.
pointy crib shoes of finest combed broadclothwith I can (12 ounces) corned beef

nylon ruffles and tiny rosebud trim 2.00B. Miss Meta Luclle Brown 1cup vegetable cooking

Soft solid shoes with perfo-ated vamp-mode of / \ 'IT Jfff (][] I'' daughter Brawn of of 725 Mrs.Rushing Laclla Ave.U % cup water soft; bread crumbs

white wash kid. Available in narrow medium bas recently become a pledgeof I tablespoon butter or margarine
& wide. 3.00C. I Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity melted

I for the spring semes- Combine carrots celery.
.' Fine grain white elk with non-slip intermediate ter at Florida Southern College potatoes onion, salt black

sole. Available In narrow, medium ond wide according to Mba Julie pepper, marjoram and garlic.

J.SO Kilght, editor of the Alpha Turn half into a -cup cas

Gamma Delta fraternity. serole. Break corned beef Into
D. White Elk shoe with flexible walking sole for small pieces over the vege

active' toddlers, either boys or girls-narrow, A little boy was looking outa tables. Cover with remaining
medium Cr wide. 5.50 I' window at his home and vegetable mixture. Add vegetable

asked his mother. "How does water Top with breadcrumbs

God keep the trees and grassso milled with butter or
M green?" He was overheardI margarine. Bake In a preheated

hia little three-year-old sister moderate oven (ISO

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dered an answer said "Da done. ____ _
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I She's Only Gal Who --- !!! ; Jaycee-eftes Sunday,LAKELAND March 1. 1J8t LEDGER 1C,

F Yl To Sponsor of Sign throe of younger the time women? One( out

35 years of age) say they have
J Ever Caught A BeatleMR. Hair ShowJaycee some national gray survey.hair, according to a

ettet of Lakelandwill 1
sponsor a card party and
By MARY CAMPBELLAP spring hair styling preview Speaking of Beauty
Newsfealures Writer Thursday night at 8 o'clockat
Shy Mrs. Beatie can relax. the Garden Center. Prizes br Philip
She, her husband, 23-year-old will be given. Ladies, we now have a neW
Beatle John Lennon, and his < Mrs. Ralph Penn Is chairman thing In permanent waving-sinew
t buddies, Beatles George. Paul l assisted by Mrs. Wil- technique
and Rlngo lived through 10 l.am Loftin, Mrs. Felix Dona- to give you
days among American Beatle telli!, Mrs, Jack Phillips Mrs the smooth,
bugs gone mad and are safely Robert Reinch and Mrs. flowing colNfures I
back In the British woodwork Lloyd Goldsmith. of today
While In the United States, Reservations are to be made ; but with snap
i the Beatles rocked out their by calling MU 2.2897 or MU) 'I and hold un
6 driving Mersey beat and teen 82634. dernealhde-
) The public Is Invited to at
age girls rolled back with I'' signed strictlyto
smitten screams. tend. I combat
Cynthia Lennon, the only I wilting Flor
J Beatle wife and envy.of two SHOES IN PASTELS ida humidity.
; continents of teen-age girls, Lustrous leathers and beautiful PHILIP It really, |
s stayed as far as possible from pastel colors will turn up works, ladies, with no frizz or
i/ i s the tumult. In the new shoes for spring. kink. Come to see us let us
t4 Ducked Photos You'll find shoes to match or explain and prove this to you.
She ducked photographers contrast with every costume, The entire staff of Coiffures By
fI and granted no interviews from rose to pale turquoise. Philip, 225 S Fla., Is at your
I Most.of the time she stayed disposal In offering their ex
pert opinions and talents.Goodnight .
r inside the hotel or was taken BAKER'S DOZENPLUSYour
shopping or sightseeing by one "HOW MANY PRIZES WILL WE NEED," asks Mrs. George Burt, right, president of stocking supply will Mrs. Taylor.
I A N of attached the 17 to public the!! shaggy-haired relations men the Jaycee-ettes, as chairmen for the spring hair style show and card party tell her of arrangements last a pood deal longer if you P.S.-It is essential to analyze
the hair before subjecting it to
s quartet's riotous tour. that have been made. Chairmen, from left, are Mrs. Ralph Penn and Airs. William buy a yoir time,hose all a In dozen the same pairat chemicals and solutions.
Cynthia Is platinum blonde, Loftin. The event will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Garden Center (Ledger photo color. You won't have to
22 and always described as ((4li of a Mr iell)
-Harper) throw out the strays when
"terribly shy. She turned rip one stocking. .Ad..
down offers from vari-
money .
ous publications to tell "her .. - - -.'

AND MRS. BEATLE Cynthia Lennon, only gal story"The Lennons'met to them. while both I I'I'I A '
I who's ever caught a Beatle, tits with husband John In London were attending the Liverpool
Airport on Feb. 7, before flying to the United States. College of Art and married I .
before the Beatles made It LOTS OF FASHION
-I big. They have an -month-
old son, John, but they didn't //afr9a&m4 I
bring him to America. : : i AT A '. ..
; NowI.Keep! make-up perfectin'problem Where was Mrs. Beatle '
when the riots were going I LITTLE
. strong? J$ _
areas On Saturday, the day after
the Beatles' arrival here,Mrs. II PRICE
Lennon attended an afternoon '
. coaryi rehearsal for the Ed ,- CLIP n' SAVE I' I
Sullivan Show, ate dinner with .....
I 1@tE.I
ii 'AIRSPUN' the group at one of NewYork's 2 f
I :
most famous restaurants I
INSTANT and toured the city with ',(4.3'iI :
them by automobile. To keep I ''C1' J :
from being trampled by .

cot) BEAUTY mobs, she stayed Inside the I: ". ..<"t. ,.! ,,,",,lit,: I i
t sra r.cAUt'r car.She \(: '." :- .J:. .
& shied away from two ....
I \ ;
rehearsals and the Sullivan II t, .
broadcast on Sunday and 1 a. i ,
'AIRSPUN' appeared at none of the / I ; : S. S'; I
Beatles' day-long press con II ::.
POWDER ferences on Monday. I ; i: !l I
At a pack-'em-ln party given : ;
by Capitol Records Mon II : '.-
( puff' In box) I ""
every asked ;
day evening John was 1 'rjl;
'eFACE over the hubbub whether his II IIA \
150 wife was present. "At this I I ,
party, are you kidding? he
J. ., yelled back. 1 TISKET, A TASKET, we've woven a hair bosket. To set front: Follow .
ll"M Mrs. Lennon stood In the /: diagram, using large rollers. Soft, wide pin curls are lit away from the face Ij t / .
wings during the first of two on both sides. To set back (not shown : Place three rows of large rollers ,
Choose matching ihidet for a perfect nuki-up combination.. exhibitions of Beattomanta at In on upward direction toward crown. To comb: Brush hair vigorously :
Carnegie Hall on Wednesday, back comb lightly. Smooth sides bock to crown and pin. (Note: All pins .i i
but remained backstage dur- I should be Interlocked to insure maximum smoothness.) Smooth back up to !
fa ing the second. crown and pin. Brush front diagonally bock and pin. You have now formed I
And to one reporter who a circle of pins at the crown leaving hair at center of head free.. Follow ,
did manage to ask her re- I I diagram, dividing free hair into three sections. Smoothing section A, twist
actions, Cynthia replied with" around and tuck under behind section C and pin in place. Smooth section B, I /
calm understatement I/ comb eVER and tuck UNDER section A and pin. Smooth section C around I / .
think they're a bit wackier" section B, tuck under and pin. Add a final touch to your basket with small '
than the English girls. .1 flowers at center or saucy bow above ear. HINT: To give fine hair on extra li I c
lift, secure medium-sized rollers under sections A, B and C before brushing I, r* Flirty little pill boxes of flowers or beautiful

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.4, C LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March 1.1MI. Junior Music Festival
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. Plant City Flower ShowPLANT 'LLay Will Be Held Saturday

CITY "Symphony City Garden Club, Inc., ref
AUBURNDALE-Bay Ridge the piano and vocal events
of Flowers" will be the themeof day and Saturday at the armory
district of the Florida Federa Superior eating In musicianship
the 14th annual flower show Street.
on Reynolds
tins of Music Club, which li earns for the student a
to be presented by the Plant Mrs Henry McFlveen formerly .
fl y yi yx affiliated with the National chance to participate in final

I of Lakeland president Federation of Music Clubs, examinations hold at the state
: :: : ;:: :;..
I, of the Garden Club said that will hold Its annual Junior convention of Junior Federated .

a table setting show will be Festival in Auburndale Satur- Music Clubs, which will .i

Ir.--- it it'I' an added attraction at this day, take place this year at Cherry ,

I year's exhibition. The piano events will be heldat Plata Hotel In Orlando, April

HARRY'SHERE I Hours for the event are from First Baptlbt Church and 24 and 35

1 until 9 p.m. Friday, and 10 the choir and vocal events. at The Junior Festivals are

'I' ; a.m. until 9 p.m., Saturday First Presbyterian Church for students.through the age

I General chairman of the Miss Merle Holloway of of 18. Festival entrants do not

I show is Mrs Delma Chapmanwho Tampa Is district president, compete against each other,
2 Is assisted by Mrs. R B Mrs Richard McMaster of but rather, each is rated on his

t Norman, Mrs. A. P. Courvolse Tampa Is district counselorand own merits.

IL and Mrs Ruben Hard cochairmen Mrs Rut Bacon Lock- Examiners for the Festival

'm I ., miller of Auburndale is festi- in Auburndale are Mrs.
.1 i t. ; val chairman. Phillip Campbell of Lakelandand
/ More than 100 students, belonging
Mrs. Lois of the
to the Florida Federation Golding
WE OPEN S' ig of Junior Music Clubs, University of South Florida in

from Lakeland, Tampa Bar- Tampa for the ..plano'events;
THE DOOR tow, Brandon, Fort Meade, and Jack Hauls of Florida
I J Wauchula, Lutz, Avon Park Southern College, Lakeland,
and Auburndale are entered in for the vocal events.

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1'w rn rn '4 e I1/ Madge Marie Barnard Miss Mary Louise Mason Treasured9yo

ijr And Edward Cain Wed Bride Of Owen O. OlsenIn j '' Pattern

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Federal community room at an afternoon ceremony Mr. Mason gave his daughter '
Francis Cain who were mar. Southgate, those assisting In yesterday at St. Josephs in marriage.Mrs. FavoritesNOW
ried yesterday afternoon at the hospitalities Included Mrs Catholic Church, Miss Mary George Schenck of Indian ,9qL
St. Josephs Catholic Church L. C. Hill; Mrs Hubert Den. Louise Mason became the Rocks Beach was matronof
-Tr will make their home at 211 ney, sister of the bride; Mrs. bride of Owen 0 Olsen. The honor and Miss Margaret
Patten Heights. Joseph Lizak, sister of the bride Is the daughter of Mr. Springer was bridesmaid. The AVAILABLE
The bride, the former Miss bridegroom Misses Gilda, and Mrs George L. Mason, bride's younger sister, Sherry .
Madge Marie Barnard, Is the Marie and Mary Fletcher, 1815 Camphor Drive, and the Anne, was junior bridesmaid. f ON OUR POPULAR
daughter of Mrs. C. A. Barn nieces of the bride, Mrs J, bridegroom is the son of Attendants Wear Blue a1
ard, 603 Crevasse St., and the W. Tellmgton, aunt of the Alexander F. Olsen and Mrs. The S
late Mr. Barnard. She is a bride; Mrs. Jon Barry Wilder Florence Olsen, both of Los senior attendants wore
floor Order
length of blue de- Special
teacher of English at Lake. and Mrs. Richard C. Cooks Angeles
lustered taffeta with mock ov
land Junior High School. The Rev. Father William J.
erblouses In lace.
Mr. Cain Is the son of Mr. O'Farrell performed the ceremony 936 Service
Their headpieces were fain
and Mrs. William Cain, South Jones CoupleTo after a musical prelude so
loned of lace, attached to flat
Success Avenue. He is news presented by Mrs James taffeta bows
director of a local radio sta. Campbell, soloist, and Miss
RFEEr Be Feted Michelene Fenchel, organist A gown of deep hibiscus Fill In and expand your
tion.The pink taffeta was worn by the
Rev. Father William I, Bride's Attire .y-
44d SttMVHI juniot- bridesmaid. :: service now. Orders
O'Farrell performed the ceremony By Children The bride's gown of peau
All carried crescent bouquets accepted through
d'ange was fashioned with a
neckline and elbow. of pale pink carnations March 14, 1964 for
Uncle Gives Bride Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Jonesof scoop with pink and blue streamers .
length sleeves atop a modified delivery in September, 1964.
OAS A fOOT h ) Arnold Belflower gave Ms Bartow will be honored by \bej,shaped skirt with detachable r
niece In marriage., She worea their children at a receptionthis chapel train. Appli- Mr. Schenck was best man. 9
t formal gown of white peau afternoon In honor of their of re-embroidered Alen- Ushers were Frank McCordof 9
50th The ques St. Petersburg, Fred Olsenof ITEM I '
taffeta fashioned with a fitted wedding anniversary. EACH
lace encrusted with miniature
and have thousands of shoes in con
we new bodice and bell skirt and em reception will be held at their detailed the San Francisco, brother of
pearls gown. Teaspoon UO
all colors all styles all alias all heel bellished with medallions of daughter's home, Mrs. Jennings Her veil of silk illusion was the bridegroom; and George $
re-embroidered Chantilly lace. W, Bryant, 207 Young held In place by a pearl and Mason, Dinner Fork 2.20
heights. A brief fitted Jacket with a Place, from 3 to ( p.m; crystal crown. She carried a Reception HeldA Dinner Knife,Hollow Handle 3.60
bateau neckline and elbow- Hosts for the event Include
bouquet of white carnationsand reception was held at the
A} leifgth sleeves topped the bodIce Mrs. Bryant, Mrs Thomas Salad Fork 2.20
iris, centered with an orchid home of the godpar
Her lace-edged veil of Jones of Jacksonville and William -"' ents. Mr. and Mrs J. E. De- Dessert or Oval Soup Spoon 2.20
fAMOUS NAME,SHOES we are not permitted English silk illusion was heldIn D. Jones of Washington, Reus, 302 E. Belvedere. Assisting .
place by a tiny pillbox hat D.C.Mr. in the hospitalities Round Bowl Soup Spoon' 2.20
to advertise all at She, carried a cascade bouquet and Mrs. Jones were First BaptistWMUToPray were Mrs. Julian Simon, Mrs. :: Butter Spreader 2.20
married March 1 1914 in .1050-5'--
of white carnations encircling on John Crowson Mrs John
35% to 70% DISCOUNTS. a corsage of white Fort Myers. They have livedIn Fenn, Mrs. C. Raymond Roberts Cocktail Fork 2.20

cattelya orchids. Bartow 40 years Mrs Frank Sheridan, Iced Drink Spoon 2.20
c.i! The brides sister, Mrs. Assisting in hospitalities will Mrs. Mary Anne Campbell,
Norma Jean English was be Mrs Jones, Washington, For MissionsWoman's Miss Catherine Nolan, Mrs. 0 Tablespoon 3.30
matron of honor. She wore a D.C., Miss Sheryl Jones of Michael deStefano and Mrs. taX94
scarlet crepe street length Jacksonville, Miss I Sharon Missionary Unionof Lawrence Dunker. <1
Pelfe dress and carried a nosegayof Fitch of Winter Haven, Mrs First Baptist Church will The newlyweds will make
scarlet sweetheart roses. W. E. Fitch and Mrs. R.C. observe next week as a weekof their home at 302 E. Belvedere NICODEMUS JEWELRY
I FAMOUS BRAND Brother Best Man Ogle, both of Bartow, and prayer for home missions. The bridegroom Is associated
William G. Cain Jr., broth. Mrs. Mary Lynn Lang and "In Freedom Holy Light" Is with Mentor Engineering CO.
l er of the bridegroom, was Miss Sarah SwattsDAR the theme for the week. Corp., and the bride with 124 S. Ky. Ave. Fri. Nitel 'Til9 MU 2-6354

'\ rN.I. 130 S. KENTUCKY AVE P.B.M. best man. Ushers were Gandolfo Thom. Meetings for study and The Traveler, travel agency ... ........ ........ .',,
as Halllck Meet prayer will be held at 10 a.m.
Other Pills/ Shots /. Clearwater and St. Petersburg and Douglas Bark, all of tomorrow, Tuesday, Thurs
Lakeland.At day and Friday In the D. H.
the reception at Polk ScheduledWednesday Sloan chapel. Regular Wed. '" Jo" ; \;,,,,
,I nesday night prayer services
in the sanctuary also will be
devoted to the home mission C6e't9- '74a o000

$ Lakeland chapter, Daughters emphasis: The prayer meetIng r
of the American Revolu- \ them will be: "We Pro

tion, will meet Wednesday at claim Liberty."
1: Mrs. Arthur W. Rich, pray. J
2:30: p.m. at the Tuesday Music .
AI 1 Club, 421 E. Park St. Mrs. er chairman, will have chargeof Complete SelectionFor t
R. the program for the week.
Bughman regent will con-
i duct the business session Woman's Missionary Society
Mrs. Dana Coe is in chargeof 2 also will emphasize All Your
the program and will Introduce home missions the following
Mrs. A. S. Emlg, who week during a program at
r v
will review "Cradles of Eminence" 8:30: p.m. on March 11 in the
by Victor and Mil D. H. Sloan Chapel. Miss
dred George Goertzel. Doris Woodward is prayer
Hostesses for the meeting chairman for that group. A1-
In conjunction with the :
are Mrs E. F, Glenn, Mrs.C.
1 D. Elliott, Mrs. P. E. Car. home missions emphasis the
ling, Mrs H. H. Richards, Annie Armstrong Offering ,
Mrs. G. P Ruth, Mrs GeorgeE home missions will be taken.
Joseph Miss Ruth Henn- This year's offering goal for
\ ing and Miss Charlotte Lowe. First Baptist Is J2J90

/ Members. of the executive

board will meet at 2 p.m. FNA Meeting .

HandicappedSlate Dr. William U Gleason will
lecture and demonstrate the
Meetinglakeland use of the pacemaker and the and

chapter of the defibrillator at the District 12,
National Association of the Florida Nurses Association, notions"f
Physically Handicapped will meeting tomorrow at I p.m. tI .
meet Tuesday at S p.m. In the at Watson Clinic. :
community room of the Grove Section meeting will be held

Park Branch of First Federal earlier, as usual, In designatedareas. WONDERFUL EASTER vI
Savings and Loan Association. .
All Interested persons may Hostesses for the meeting I For those who start the EASTER L
attend. will be the NSA section.
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March I. 1N4 *C

nd's Woman Gilleland-English
AttorneyRec PTA Conference Meeting Slated In Dade CityDADE I

ATLldnA Mr and Mrs. and Political Union, He was CITY The MHHM! be available for 10 one-hour group of their choice y
Club O. L Gllletand of Dawson- elected to the Greek Hall of Parent- Teacher Association shady groups to meet. Mem- The conference will adjournat 1
yes Recognition Ga. have of District ben will attend the study 12:30.:
vllle announced Fame, vice-president Kappa conference of 7 will 1

the engagement of their Alpha, social fraternity, be held Wednesday at rim
Miss Jan Kin J akeland'sOnly
daughter, Sandra June, to on the Dean's List and a staff Baptist Church here.
*nan attor- :
.I ney, has bee named a f Gary English, son of Mrs A. writer for The Southern, Registration will begin at 9a.m. Versatile Fashion J

"Woman of Ac ement" in ;L L. Mays of Atlanta, formerlyof campus newspaper. Mr. English X L Garrison, district ,
Lakeland, Fla., and the received an M.A. degreein
president, will call the meet
: the Lakeland i-mess! and communications at the University 'i
Professional Wfcen's Club's late E. G English of Pennsylvania. He ing to order at 9:30 for Spring -
continuing pro 4m wherein ', ;' The wedding will be April Is employed as the radio-TV Mrs. Nathan S. Ruben will
25 at the Second Ponce de director McCann Mar-
R at -
a number of outstanding peak on "What can PTA do
Leon Baptist Church In Atlanta schalk Co, Inc.. in Atlanta. "
for Me
Lakeland won are being MrirWyga,
tingled out b*he club for l lr Following the business set-
I The bride-elect was graduated a-
public recogn n. lion, 10 conference rooms will
lie Y k vY cum laude from Brenau
The club's participa >
tion commit!, which Is College in Gainesville Ga" I ... tI.)
with an A.B. degree in music
handling non tiona for the While at Brenau, Miss
honor, prepJd the follow ; Gilleland reigned as the 1963
ing blograp al sketch of : t May Queen and was chosen
Miss King: I to appear In Who't Who in
American Colleges and Universities "
"Though 111 woman Is /
:!, She also served as
Only 27 yeaeompliahed Id, she has ac ,' president of Alpha Chi Omega -
luch in her few social sorority, was presi- Fashionis

years and, K feel, Is an Incentive dent of the YWCA, a mem- r
ber of the Panhellenic Council
to le peopleof
young recreation board, Mu Phi
Lakelan Her story tells Epsilon, honorary music fraternity a
what can /.ficcomplished. : Sigma PI Alpha, r

"Miss Klg. Is a native of honorary language fraternity LOOKnot
Gamesvill* Her ancestors ; Phi Beta Kappa, honor. I i
for try scholastic fraternity: Bone Patent
sever generations have w
Senior Honor Society and
been natA Floridians She assistant editor of the year a Black Patent
was gradated from Plant book. Mica: Gilleland Is employed
City SeJ>r High School in as a child care aide White Patent

1955 as In honor graduate, at the Georgia Training MISS SANDRA GILLELAND PriceCa11ers $13.95
School for Girls In Atlanta.
th aledictofy address l
gave The prospective bridegroomwas
and wa ted "Most-Likely- graduated from Florida :
ToSuccClass. In her senior MISS JAN KING Southern College in Lakeland OPEN f

with a BA degree In social YOU T00CANBE t.ydttsREE'l FRIDAY
"She is #>!sident of the science Mr. English was
National honor Society chap cants on national entrance and was chosen by the Bar chosen for Who's Who In Ii 122 South Kentucky NIGHT

ter, edit of school newspaper exams,] she entered Stetson Association as guest speakerat American Colleges and Universities Lokilond, Florida i
v\t winner of Stateof 1954 naturalization proceedings of t
University College of Law In was president
florid Elks Youth Leadership St. where' she in the United States the Student Government Association : ONE OF EASTER IS MARCH 29thBENFORD'S
a*rd, the Danforth District Court in Tampa and was a memberof
Leadershij Award; the American was elected class officer "Miss King's major field Omicron Delta Kappa, = ; 1 \1d :
Lei I o n Oratorical three times: editor of the of Interest outside of practiceof honorary leadership frater- ilt .
Award. student directory; was director law Is writing and she Is nity; Pi Gamma Mu, social
'{She r resented Plant l of the Senior Place- presently compiling a volumeof science honorary; Pi Delta L j
City!; at Gits', State In Talla- original, serious poetry for Epsilon, journalism; honor-
ment Service and founder and I:
hauee and represented Florida -'at nuhlication" Council t .. 22
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In Wa mgton, D. C., II- -- -,
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Gins' Natln in 1954. She "She was assistant to a

waiappoiied by GovernorCha law professor and to the college SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL. 9 P.M., LAKELAND
ie Joftis to the Florida
TralVc Sat ty Council.Si buslr.efs manager, and
was the winner of first placein \
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"p a King majored In Practice Awards, which ke
Engl at {the University of given for excellence as a
Fiori serving in the Stu- courtroom attorney in a
dent vernment Association
course presided over by a
81 a ember of the execu-
tive cqncil and as undersecretary Pinellas County Circuit
f legislative affairs Judge. This young woman
She okanized and headed was graduated second In her 0 t
the Aiiclatlon of Indepen- Maas Brothers and life .
class In academic standing,
dent \ men Voters at the World's Fair Previewl
"Upon admission to the
Univer. y, and sang In concerts '
the University of Florida Bar, Miss King prac- February 25th to March 7th i'w k- ,
florida olr ticed with a Bartow firm, resigning
'In 1 and 1958 she was -In' July of 1963 to
employe by the United open'a private law practicein r PRESENTING: a prtvltw of the malt
States ernment In Washington tmltlng/ xhlbffi to t>. viewed' at fhNtw e
Lakeland. Within the last kn f" r

York World's Fair ; theWorld'
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FAIRest Fashions 1-
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appointed chairman of the : the products and progressof
Federal pational Mortgage \ our expanding unl. a'e
Assoclatl During this per- legal aid committee of the easel!
Lakeland Bar Association, $ {
lad she Ively participated to
In YWC 1 work was guest Active la Community"She 'Ifr'
vocal soMt with a Washington 1 7
orch ra and was pia- Is a member of First '
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"Upon turning to Florida Lakeland Business and Professional
Miss king became exe- Women's Club ; 4T
cutive sec tary of the trust American Bar Association; itV f IIIf,>'
departme\in The Florida Florida Bar; Lakeland Bar
National F>k at Lakelandand Association and Stetson Law
cpntin college educa- yers Association. ,
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I-C. _LAKELAND_LEDGER,_ Sunday,_March I, INt__ Reporting OnFlorida OES Chapter 3l Mark

I Pen Women Luncheon Set State UniversityBy Its 56th Anniversary

The Lakeland branch of the Pen Women will meet tomor-
National League American row at 12:30: p.m. at the home CAROLYN ROBERT In,. A highlight of the week i') Lakeland chapter 36 Orderof vie, Mrs. C. OoU and Mn."Welgfc" .
Campus Correspondent end will be. of course, the W, V. I
of Mrs. F. L. Lough, 322 Pablo the Eastern Star, Will ob-
Street. Mrs. James R. Thomson TALLAHASSEE Election special reunions, held accord servo Its 56th anniversary'
.1 Is co-hostecs Tuesday climaxed a week of ing to schools and colleges 4
F.NB. Following a picnic lunch of spirited campaigning by Student rather than In the traditional ,, d a rffuaf Tuesday at the 8 p.m. meeting In y
.,.. P.B.M.r/ .) sandwiches and dessert Government candidates.The manner by classes The Intra- at the Masonic Temple,
a nov-
MARGI .:." el program will be presented winner of the presidential squad Garnet and Gold football = Mrs Roy Brown, worthy matron a i

PLANSThoughtful In which artists and non.art- office Is John .I game, a baseball game, w4'p YI has announced.Past .
ists will participate. Jones of Tallahassee special displays and exhibits, matrons and past e ME
Delegates will be elected to a member ,' | a concert by the Collegiansand trons of the chapter will
of Sigma d a barbecue should help to ollMPERoMDNEY
attend the national biannual serve In the stations. They
Gilts convention In Washington, D. Alpha Epsilonfraternity. make the weekend a big suc also will be honored. Those

C., In April. Pen women who cess. serving will be:
for have received recognition in John has bad Premiere On Campus Mrs. Carey Cox, worthy
recent art shows will be honored much experi ;
ence in theexecutive A special attraction duringthe matron; Lanier, ;
Among these is Mrs. j
Alumni Weekend will be worthy patron; Mrs. Ellyn
EASTERGi Lough, whose oil painting ) FLU DRY
branch of the ) the American premiere of Rowley, associate matron .,
"Roses, won a blue ribbon In
"Trog," a play by British Donald Smith, associate patron '
the still life category at the government as Laun Service
secretary of dramatist James Forsyth. ; Mrs. Henry Wunderhch \
Lakeland Art Guilds winter CAROLYN and Mrs. A. H Dun
Well known Broadway secretary; '
state, co-secretary txS'dnd.
exhibition last weekend, and All table, bathroom
ham Mrs. Paul
television actor Frank Daly treasurer;
chairman of
of finance
which also won the popularvote beautiy
award. the budget bureau and chair will play the title role of a Jett, conductress, Mrs. James Ironed Inciting honk let,
man of funds bureau, grotesquely deformed man Entzminger, associate con Chinlll tp Ut washable
John NJertlng of Pensacola, discovered In a bombed-out ductress. rugs fearing epporel -
in TDT New Wools Less a member of Lambda Chi, has cellar during World War IL Mrs. Henry McLaln chap- fresh, If Irfed, returned
lain Mrs Whitmore airfolded. and
been elected vice-president. Mr. Daly arrived last Tues- ; Gladys ,
qi t Woolly, BulkyNEW Miles Williams of Haines CityIs day to begin rehearsals, but marshal; Mrs. Lilias Beatty, I
a member of that fraternity Mr Forsyth has been on organist; Mrs James Young, 9 Ibs. 1. $1.26
YORK-Woollies this vice campus all trimester as a Adah; Mrs. Frederick Tyler,
The new men s president
spring will be less bulky, Is Jack Cannon a memo visiting, professor.The I I Ruth; Mrs. Julian Williams, Additional Ibs.I..... 14c ee.CUNNINtHAM .
Srrclghr' eat I. Mein t. more firmly woven and in ber of Kappa Alpha fraternity. First Annual National Esther, Mrs. Homer Cheyne,
Phillips Station right en new colors, according to Paris Polk Countians Dale Mailer Lithography Exhibition is be- Martha: Mrs. Verne Rine-I
L.nghllow I* cur ilgn. reports. Wisteria Is a fresh and Walter Smith of Lake- ing held at FSU through hart Electa; Mr. Entzmln ,
hue to hit the fashion scene. land and Will Smathers of March 14. The open and Invi- ger, warden, and E. D. Temple I
Huge prints will still be Winter Haven are also KAs. tational show, juried by William sentinel LAUNteY
Give Your HomeA splashing around on silk printsin The fraternities serenadedthe S. Lleberman curator of MRS. DEAN VAN ORDEN DuBOIS The following will serve refreshments
uninhibited ways. women's dormitories last drawings and prints for the Mrs. John Lake,
Gift Too As for linens, they will be week in behalf of their candidates Museum of Modern Art In Mrs. Max Fenneman, Mrs. 1T41 E. PAR R S1',
In clover, three and four. One small group New York City Is thought to Claudia Kaye BrewsterBride Lyra Mae Lumpkln Mrs. R Mil J-lll'
leafed lucky signs/ either way. came disguised_ as you be the first In the nation given D. Nesmith Mrs. Lewis Jar- .
; .1 guessed it-The Beatles. exclusively to lithography.
Dedicated To Former Dean Jack Upton of Lakeland Is Of Dean DuBoisMiss

FSU alumni In Polk County doing undergraduate honors Extra Special
might be interested to learn work under the direction of Claudia Kaye Brew Hobson L. Strain Jr. gave (00 f S'
I IThis
that the FSU Science Build- Dr. R. Beard, FSU organ pro- ster became the bride of Dean his sister In marriage. She
At Ing, built during the days of fessor. Chosen because of his Van Orden DuBois of Braden- wore a white suit and carrieda week a'JWttk
Florida State College for previously outstanding college ton yesterday afternoon In the white Bible topped with a
Women, was dedicated recently work. Jack will have to writea chapel of First Presbyterian white orchid. pAov e
to the late Dr. Guy L. 100-page thesis for completion Church. The bride's only attendantwas
Diffenbaugh, who was dean of the course of study. The ceremony, performedby Miss Joyce Rumph who
of the School of Arts and He has a double major of his- the Rev. Harry M. Ferguson wore a two-piece dress of tur 4-PC. CHERRY BEDROOM SUITE BY BA ETTIn
1 Sciences as well as head of tory and sacred music. Jr. of Bradenton, was attended quoise linen and a white corsage
the English department, during And: last, the scene was the only by the Immediate Beautiful Fruitwood Finish
the 1940s. Gay Nineties last weekend In families of the couple. The Attends Bridegroom
FSU's first annual Spring the annual tandem bicyclerace. bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Russell Parks of Bradentonwas

o Alumni I I Weekend, designed Dressed In costumes Earl C. Brewster, 526 W. best man. d ,i f i1 '
ultimately to become the like those worn before the turn Park St., and the late Mr. A reception was held at the =
t spring equivalent of Home. of the century a fraternityand Brewster. Mr. and Mrs John home of the bride's mother.
coming, will be held March sorority member rode Van Orden DuBois of Braden Assisting in the hospitalitieswere
I' 20.22. Advance reservationsfor each "bicycle built for two." ton are the parents of the Mrs. C. C. Rone, Mrs.D. .
the attraction.filled week Winners were the Delta Zeta's bridegroom. M. Hyatt and Mrs. Allen
end may be made by contacting and _Lambda -Chl's. As one Brother Gives Bride Mundy, who kept the bride
the Alumni Association'soffice can see college life by no Miss Dorothy Faulkner, or book. Itt
at 114 Longmire build. means Is all work and no play. ganist, presented wedding mu The newlyweds will make ti7 g ,
sic. their home in Los Angeles.


Woman's Club Luncheon J .. + ,4 j ,

With A Soul:hern Accentin Meeting Slated' ThursdayThe Includes Double Dresser

By LINDA LEE RAY Its.annual tourist concert with Mirror, Chest, 4/6 Bed

Campus Correspondent series, sponsored by the Lake Mrs. Erwin Spears, presi- on his clarinet. He will be accompanied end Hire Stand.CloseOut.

17202. Plans are underway for the land Parks and Recreation dent of Woman's Club of Lake- at the piano by Price
Department. Prof. William A. of the
annual Founders' Week at Spivey
land, will preside at the business -
Lecture music department of Florida
Florida I Southern College
meeting Thursday morning Southern. tttt It In Our Window;
which begins March 12. Dr. Paschal Reeves will lecture
at 11 o'clock at the clubhouse
The celebration will lastthree on Thomas Wolfe Tuesday Harry Wallace, Juvenile
The Hewed SMrtsu-\ 89 Lake Morton Drive. officer of the Lakeland Police
8 30 In
days, night at : p to.
Qx>/&f check of cotton and rayon I with I the .honors s":1 Jackson Religion Center to a Luncheon,will be served at Department, will talk on the COOK'S FURNITURE (0.
I Uncfersludymg n, the effortless little fI cinvoca-: combined meeting of Sigma noon with the program follow problem of juvenile delinquency I
I iwcled OTerbkxrse M Imported e V tion coming on Tau Delta and the newly organized In Lakeland.
Cbih Gangue rayon b block and p. the 13th and English Club. ing.The American Home Life Reservations are to be calledIn ESTABLISHED IN IUd \

while or brown and while, with awhile the following w On campus this week were department will be honored at to Mrs. Adelaide Squier, 210 S. Florida Are Downtown ikllQltd
day being + two representatives of the Mu 6-1682. or Mrs. W. C.Griffithe .
chiffon scarf to wear when you Alumni Day.A Peace Corps who talked with the meeting. Mrs. George H. Mu 6-4598 by tomorrow FREE PARKING NEXT DOOR FOR OUR CUST IRS

,..Sizes 4.18,7-17. distinguished -, students and showed films. Sinks, chairman of the department I night.
- -
speaker will j jo Bruce Reeves of the Washington will lead the salute to
talk at the hon- staff and Tom Robinson the flag. Devotions will be

r. convocation | a Peace Corps volunteer from given by Mrs, Sydney Sch So sizes such superb fit
which I will LINDA the Philippines, met with JunIors many ,
I be held for the and seniors in their wartz.
first time this year In the new major fields to enable themto During the business meetingMrs.
Branacomb Memorial Audi. Spears will report on a
relate specific programs to
torium. "Day In Court" held last Mon. can easily
the subject matter needed. you
The FSC concert band will day In Juvenile Court In Bar-
231 S. Florida Are. Lakeland The Peace Corps exam was tow. I
give a performance today at ,
administered last
on campus
-- 3 p.m. at Mayhall Auditorium week by Dr. Richard Burnette. Antique Report order by mail i

Approximately 10 students Mrs. David Thomas, chair \

Mama's got more bounce took the tests. man of the Antiques Show,
Beta Tau chapter of Tau will give a report on the show
Kappa Epsilon was formerly St. Patrick's Day table decorations >

since we got the new stay clean Installed on campus last week In green and white
with Initiation ceremoniesand will be arranged by Mrs. Earl
a banquet. Honorary Seagraves.
members Inducted were II. Members of the American
Boris Burn, BUI Kennedy Home Life department will
CABIN CRAFTS CARPET and C. H. Wlget. Denny Rags- serve as hostesses under the f o
dale,Lakeland was among the direction of Mrs. Paul Turner. .g S HOE S
alumni Initiated. Among the The musical program will
MADE OF DU PONT'S NEW 501 NYLON active members Installed was consist of woodwind solos by 7t
Thomas Blount of Lakeland. Chester Dissinger Jr., a sophomore S
The official pledging of new at Florida Southern
members came on Sunday lege. Mr. Dissinger'r. is
$5 morning. Grover Freeman of clarinet soloist and COI.//
Lakeland was among those of the college band. He I
pledging. is a first prize winner In state!
YD. Taking top honors In the auditions and Is on the Dean's
Greek Week activities were list at Florida Southern. lAALDORF! ,

PI Kappa Phi and Sigma Program I'eck'
BOUNCE Sigma Sigma for their dis- Mr. Dissinger will be introduced patent
Whne colt'
play of Oedipus Rex. Theta by Mrs. Glenn A. Marshall OJ
.... c.lt'
i Chi won over-all In the Greek music chairman. He
IN AND / games and tied with Pike in will play "Concertino" (Weber a.. c.N

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Knees Revealed By Short School Set LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March I, IN* 7-C

Skirts For Rebekahs
I Should Be PrettyBy

Mrs Margaret Walters,
I JOSEPHINE LOWMAN yourself with your right foot president of the Rebekah Assembly
Continue this briskly, alternating will teach We Do Expert
,1 II lorlc::: I
"I=, Kneel are her to stay? left and right a : Tuesday
T b I threat of longer skirt It you would like to have at 10 a.m. at the Country Picture Framing 1
didn't Club Estates community buildIng 1f
length teem to come exercises to make your legs
off Anyway, since swim suits prettier, send a stamped, on Golf ViewArrangements f 1
are soon to be a part of our self-addressed envelope with for the school '
everyday lives, the shape of your request for leaflet number were made by Mrs John Lake, :ee Mr. Schell
our legs and the appearanceof 13 to Josephine Lowmanin district deputy president of ;
4 a our knees assumes greater care of The Ledger. District 16 Mrs Charles F.LM.F.N.I.. I
p. ,F er4 4 Importance. Tomorrow: "A Few Makeup Jameson, noble grand of Sun. a t
People whom we never Basic Can Improve Your niland Rebekah Lodge 47 will i
I even suspected of having Appearance." preside at the school I
knees have been baring themto Booklet avaUabl. through Sunniland Lodge will host a 1505 5. Fl.. MU 2.6953r
public view for some years Josephine Lowman' WHY covered dish luncheon at noon.I I
,j now. As we all can tell from GROW OLD column Include: Rebekahs attending are to I I.J
where we are, few women "Elaht.W S I II Self Improvement bring a covered dish and table I II
have pretty knees. However, Marathon," "Nine Day service. I
much can be done to enhance Reducing Diet," "Trick and ---..--------- ; !
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them. Treat Diet." "Tubby Hubby
.ate Use a fairly soft brush with Diet" and "Your Bust" Send ATTENTION;
.. soap and water and give thema a self-addressed stamped en- P
special scrubbing during velope and It cent for each
your bath. Afterwards massage booklet to Josephine Lowmaa PARENTS -
them with a cream or In car of The Ledger. Nearly
a body lotion. Exercise Is beautifying 10* free leaflets are offered, itr..
.P .y to the knees and legs too. Watch this column for .
especially knees which are too title of leaflet which may beof GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A1.' .
fat. Try the following one. help to you. t
HWW lck RMIn* In rA.
r'i tie on your back with your .nvNIul 1 N. lnl Ferule
arms resting on the floor at tBiAlllLLAKELAND \
your sides, legs straight
; Bend your left knee up close
to your abdomen. Kick toward GENERAL tAMP OK LA WAHAfLORIDA'S
.. the ceiling. Lower leg HOSPITALMr.

d .. to the floor. Do the same and Mrs. John W.
y with your right leg Continue, MOST PICTURESQUE SUMMER YOUTH CAMPFor
yli li alternating left and right. Do Davis, Orange Street, son,

jll jllr this vigorously. Feb. 27. I Boys and Girls 6-17 yrs. Now Enrolling For Summer '64
Here is another effective Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hen- I
role. CANOEING TENNIS for Mumalloii Call Lakeland/ ?
exercise. Take the same startIng derson Jr., Zolfo Springs, son, : IOATING : SOFTBALL priiinfaffve
position. Lift your left leg Feb. J7. SWIMMING CRAFTS MRS. F, L. MERRITT
half way up. Hold It there SKIING I CAMP OUTSARCHERY
while you swing your lower Mr. and Mrs Z. T. Est- : : DRAMATICSBUY 2407 Jonila Dr Phone 688.3455
leg (from the knee down) In ridge, Route 4, daughter, RlfLIRT. INDIAN CEREMONIALS Enrollmint Limited t. 100
a circle, first In one direction Feb. 27. I
Lakeland A Of and then In the opposite. Mr. and Mrs. Carlon Jones, MEMBER OF AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION
City Beauty
Keep the upper leg as still as 137 Colorado,_.son. Feb. 27.
possible while you do this.
16th In A Series When you are tired lower
your left leg to the floor and
do the exercise with the
Studying for a career as an elementary school teacher Is Florida same
= Southern College! junior Gina Latimer. Dark haired, brown-eyed and right legSpank Yourself
. I olive-skinned, Gina is the sweetheart of the Kappa Sigma pledge \
,class and sponsor of the ROTC rifle team. She serves her sorority Here Is a third exercise for
the floor on !
Lie New
Alpha/ Delta PI, as treasurer and social chairman and Is a member of the knees.stomach,on legs straight a and
|t. Florida Education Association. Gina Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. your Lean elbows Bend
on your
> J. L Latimer of Tenn.
Kingsfort, left trying to spank
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0.{. Women For Government JobsBy 2 WE'RE JUST I .. ;

FRANCES f LEWINE The state department has White House in this talent 2 Ever Before !
Associated,Press Writer some top posts in mind too. search. WILD ABOUT
perhaps on the ambassadoriallevel. This week, Miss Virginia 2
Johnson it getting reports But, because of security Allan of Wyandotte, Mich., 2t t I 7I S .
clearances required a spokesman president of the National Federation I ---
from his cabinet on key !
said, It be three to HARRY I II
jobs for women. But little may of Business and Professional _
action has come In the month six weeks more before any Women's Clubs, put Unsurpassed
announcement can be expected her 170,000-menibtr organization \
since he announced a feminine -_ \
talent starch. There are' Indications at Into the talent- search.. I mmu

l And, any day In Washington least one new post may be
you can pick up rumor created to be filled by a wom- 1 Natural Color
1 that some well known womanis an. And, the widow of Sen. Your childdeserves For over half century
about to be appointed. The Este Kefauver D-Tenn, recently I generation of children
speculation range from Mrs. got a part-time assign
have in
John F. Kennedy to prominent ment In her field art to I grown up
movie stars and women help select appropriate work I famous Buster Brown I from RCA VICTOR -

judges. for display at U.S. embassies shoes...the name that a.

One premature disclosure abroad. stands out in children's

of prospective officeholderis Coal Of SO Set the best. footwear. Rememberthe 0
reported to have cancelledout The President set a goal of e.
the nominee. 50 women in top jobs. A target fun you had in EXPERIENCERCA
The heat I Is on, but so far, date of a month was indicated Buster Brown Shoe?
President Johnson has announced from Jan. 17 when RCA
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White House meetings But tw ..y RCA VlttM Clr TV, yea kny th. T!'
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Spokesmen for the major A* Mrs. Margaret Price, I to "

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it expect to name a While there Is urgency to SSNYDER'S ,; A DEMONSTRATION ."'
woman early next week, a the President' (Insistence, she BUY SATISFACTIONi .s
career appointment In a grade aid, much care mutt be taken i SHOE STORE OF NEW 1964 MODELS

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LAKELAND L'.DCiR; Sunday, March I. 1554 "

New 'King's Ruby' CamelliaHas pj :

Big Blooms, Holly Leaf

ONTARIO. Calif. King' ing about twice as fast as most Ruby such an attractive orna
Ruby an extremely vigorous, camellia varieties, and the big mental plant all year long,
new japonica type camellia glossy leaves are almost twice they point out.
that features large, bright red, as big as most other kinds As a functional flowering
five inch bloom. and a beautiful currently available, say the shrub, It grows tall and rather
ornamental plant with extraordinarily growers. It Is these jumbo slender, but it is very well
large, glossy, hoilylike sited, glistening, green, holly. filled out with handsome, glistening -
leaves, has been Intro- _like_ leaves_ that make King's foliage
duced for the 1964 season by

r Armstrong flowers Nurseries.The of this.new hybrid +?tr /I _\*

are peony like, with
high centers full and many LAWN & GARDEN
4 petaled. Camellia flower arrangers .
will be pleased with
the size, form and lasting qual-
ity of these stately new flow.
ers, he growers claim Most f

of the petals are Urge and ,-. ", PEGGY BROWN
ruffled, and with the brilliant By
red color, make for a spectacular
flower Garden Columnist

The plant of King's Ruby
Is upright In habit and genera 5' made for the ) Orchid So
OODLES OF ORCHIDS were on display as plans were ridge
blooms about In
ally midway
Florida National Bank. Shown evaluating plantsat
ciety's second annual show March 21.22 at
the winter blooming season,
with flowers opening continuously a committee meeting at First Federal's downtown community room are, from left, W. E. '
over two or three Morlock show chairman; Mrs. Walter Ellsworth, publicity chairman; R. D:X'erez, presidentof
NEW JAPONICA CAMELLIA, Armstrong's 'King's Ruby' months New Classes And Books Ridge Orchid Society; and James Kesterson of Winter' Haven, preslden -elect. Ledger

for 1964, features spectacular big, bright red flowers and holly. This bit flowered new camellia photo by Perkins) K ._.
like leaves. Is ultra-vigorous, grow
Available To GardenersThe

!I House Plants second class of the landscape course being Ridge Orchid Show Damaged Can BeVlufeed Plants

NOW READY I GAINESVILLE Raising taught by Prof. Thomas Mack at the Lakeland Senior

orchids as an Indoor garden. High School: on Tuesday nights will cover a subject Back To Health
AMERICA'S fINiSTROSES I Ing hobby Is not as expensive that a 11 gardeners shouldknow. Here March 2122Ridge
15th, at a GAINESVILLE Frost-
I as you may think. The lesson, "Developing her and February
I Dr. Tom Sheehan, Florida A Plant Material List" time when the rosebushes are damaged plants and shrubbery
M Agricultural Experiment Stations will help you with the use of at their most dormant stage Orchid Society will "Orchids are not delicate, can be nursed back to

a'b ,, horticulturist, points out plants In the landscape. There "You should cut back all of present Its second annual ex mysterious hard to grow," health again, says horticul-
that purple and butterfly are will be various plants on display the canes to one-half or one- say the chairmen.l "The
hibit In the lobby of Florida turist R. D. Dickey of the
well-known orchids that make to be identified and third their length to make a blooms you will see at the
a4k Select *l or better Ideal household plants if studied Time Is 7 to 10 p,m. sturdier bush. Care should be National Bank Saturday and Ridge show have been grown Florida Agricultural ExperIment -

'+c bushes on Dr. Huey planted In one of three or- There Is a new guide to bet- taken to see that the canes Sunday, March 21-22, from by your neighbors, maybe Ina Stations.Frost'bitten.
ganic substances fir bark, ter gardening available at that are left are in a good 1 until 8 p.m. daily. greenhouse under near per- tender plants
rootstock properly potted by us; in bud or bloom. osmunda fiber or tree fern. some of the nurseries In this position to make a symmetrical "Orchid Symphony" will! be fect conditions, in a small slat such as poinsettias will usually -
Since the size of the container area. Written and publishedby bush with an open center. the theme of the show, whichIs house or maybe even under a '
STANDARD VARIETIES will limit the growth Lewis Maxwell of Tampa, This is sometimes difficult to Intended "to dispel the fallacies tree in the back yard." sprout again in the spring.
of the orchid, a four-Inch pot it is released six times a yearto achieve, and some thought and that the hobby of grow- Door prizes of orchid corsages Dickey says you may trim
2 Gallon Size 1.95 Is best if I single bloom I., take care of the changing planning must go Into the ing orchids Is a difficult; and and potted plants will off the unattractive parts
desired, while several plants seasons here In Florida. Orris pruning of each individual expensive one, for the rich be given every half hour to within several inches of the
3 Gallon Size 2.45 In a large container will provide Evers of Lakeland Is contributing rosebush. only," according to the show visitors to the show. Demonstrations ground without slowing re-
a more massive effect. the Information on annuals "All laterals should be removed co-chairmen, Bill Morlock of of corsage craft and growth.
HYBRID TEA ROSES that is Included In the maga especially those crossing Lakeland and Jim Kestersonof potting orchids will also be Hardy plants such as azaleas -
BABY PEACE MICHELL MEILLANDCHARLOTTE zine. Do ask for It when you good sturdy canes. All Winter Haven. features of the exhibit. and camellias should not
,SUNSETMcGRADY'S buy gardening supplies. damaged, broken or dead be pruned too soon since
specialsale Life-Saving Book branches must be removed. frost damage cannot be fully
CRIMSON 'GLORY .YELLOW Mr. Maxwell added much Shears Should B. Sharp And StudyOn determined until spring. Removal
CONDESA DE SASTAGO PEACE needed source of informationto "Be sure your saw and Workshop of undamaged wood
ECLIPSE PRES. HERB. HOOVER his publications by just pruning shears are sharp. could harm the life of the
GOOD NEWS SHOW GIRLTALISMAN effective authoring a new book, "Flor- Ragged cuts are slow to heal
LOWELL THOMAS march 2-9 ida's Poisonous Plants-Snakes and often become diseased.All Agenda For AAUW
MIRANDY AND OTHERS Insects"" This book might cut branches larger than a
viburnum save the life of one you love. pencil should be covered witha
FLORIBUNDAFLORADORA ligustrum Not opy! are the pictures pruning paint or orange Two events this week fill scomb Auditorium in Audi-
ROSE ELFESUMMER privet and common; names of the shellac. While pruning be sure of the Lakeland torium C at the north end of [ ]
GARNETTE SNOW above Included, but also a list that the bud unions are at the calendar the building on the Florida plant.'I
PINNOCHIO THE FAIRY e. p holly of the Poison Control CentersIn least two Inches above th" sur branch of the American Association Southern campus. Quests are

AND.OTHERS 3 ]00pyrocontha Florida. Parents of small face of your mulch This bud of University Women asked to use the new John-
for ; children, especially, should union must be exposed to the an Area C workshop to son Street parking lot.
C e a a e a a e e a a
1 002to3R..a have this book at their finger air and sun to produce new Include four branches on Sat Mrs N. F. Maffett of the
PATENTED VARIETIESBecause . I tips. Buy it at the garden basal breaks (canes). These urday and the regular world Lakeland branch is serving as
centers, nurseries or book basal breaks are the way In chairman of the workshop
these.'are patented the prices bird of 10Q storesi which the rosebush rejuvenates problems study group on Tues committees with Mrs. Leo r d ,
porodiM'fchiffltflo. It. From the January/February! Itself
depend' on the variety. t. I Brooker, c -hatrman.
issue of the "Florida Garden "Be sure that no suckersare day.Further discussion of Com Mrs. Alexander Steinberg,
HYBRID TEA 3 to 4 ft. . Guide" I quote: "Knowledgeof allowed to remain on your munist China will involve the local branch vice president,
growing roses In Florida bushes. In fact you should work-
AMERICANA PINK PEACE Formosa C C 4 study group program on "Oc has arranged the entire
has been greatly increased keep watch all year, and any
CHAMPAGNE ROYAL HIGHNESS audio . . v W,8MUobef during the past few years. suckers which appear below cident and Orient," when the shop program.
CHRISTIAN DIOR STERLING SILVER How To Prune Roses the bud union should Immed- group meets under the leadership Local branch president,
GARDEN PARTY TIFFANY; r. 55' "Roses grown on Improved iately be removed. of Mrs. E. Gretchen Mrs. Leon Harpole, will officially Jjjj1JjJJI

HELEN TRAUBEL WHITE KNIGHT' osimon's rootstocks such as Rosa for- "After you have pruned your Taylor Tuesday at S p.m. at branch.hostess the workshopfor
KINGS RANSOM and many others tuniana (double white Cherokee rosebush to your satisfactionand her
Mrs. Gus Heuser, committee
the home of The registration
be the ends ,
) or Dr. Huey should painted cut you
GRANDIFLORABUCCANEER nurseries pruned a little each month to should spray with a solutionof .608.Hillside Ave. is headed by Mrs. Raymond
JOHN S. ARMSTRONG take out deadwood, canes that liquid lime sulphur at t/z "Dateline: Today" will be Givens, hospitality by build Miss THE MUSICAL BETTS -
CARROUSEL MONTEZUMAEL 927 s. new york cross other canes, and to strength. the theme of Saturday's AreaC Edith Anderson, and The Rev. and Mrs. ClarenceR.
CAPITAN QUEEN ELIZABETH 838 lake holllngsworth shape. There should also be "After pruning give your workshop, which Includes ing .arrangements by MI'II.Selig. Belts of Jackson, Mich.,

GRANADA AND OTHERS we J.w. green one major pruning each year. rosebushes good application branches from Orlando'Win'ter Reservations for the workshop will conduct a aeries of youth
shouldbe of fertilizer and be that Haven, Lake
"This major pruning sure Park Winter meetings at Calvary Baptist
give stampsI and for the SI.71 lunch-
FLORIBUNDA sometime between Decem- they have adequate water. land and Lake Wales Church starting tomorrow and
should be made early
They will soon reward you the state officials,
Among March 11. Sessions
t ending on
I Mrs.
with beautiful Mrs. R. E.
again roses. speaking will be will be held each afternoon
CIRCUS RED PINNOCHIO Malfltt. 6822964 or Mrs.
Barthelmy state president of from 3:30 4 30 o'clock.
Brooker, 686.9290.Actlvltiea : to ;
FIRE KING SARATOGAGOLDILOCKS Wedgwood Group'sTopic Dr. Lalia Boone. president

VOGUE To Be Dolls elect; Mrs. H. R. Torranceand
HEAT WAVE SPARTAN TIME IS NOW! Miss Alvazine! Young, Tourist Club Activities I Ip.m.
AND.OTHERSFREELAWN Mrs. Joseph Deister will past presidents; Mrs. Max
speak on dolls at the meet- Selig; and Mrs. Fred Hohna-

& GARDEN BOOK FOR 1964-FREE Ing of the Wedgwood group of del, workshop coordinator of planned for members ., St. Patrick's Day skit
the Antiques Collectors' Club the Florida Division. of the Lakeland Tourist and program will be presented
for which she will be hostess Dr. John Funderburg professor Club are scheduled this week by women whose birthdays
ORTHO-GRO ORTHO aREIISCI1 Friday morning at 10 o'clockat of biology at Florida
at the Magnolia Building, come In September; cards 7
I LIQUID FERTILIZERThis KIT her home, 1151 Afton Southern College, will speakat Civic Center, as follows: p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Frank
+ Drive. the luncheon on
I Monday, dance from S until Anderson of Michigan hosts
is a bargain lor fungus & aunt central t Mrs. Deister formerly main- vation "Problems In Central 11 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Gardi Thursday cards 7 p.m.,
tained a large collection of Florida. ner of Canada, hosts. Mr. and Mrs. S. Sexsmith of
Buy 1 Gallon 4.98 antique dolls and dolls from All sessions held of the work-Bran- Tuesday cards at 2 p.m Niagara Falls Ont.rloy hosts.
foreign. countries. shop will-be- ------ ---I Miss Ann Lanser of Illinois Friday cards, 2 p.m., Mrs.
Second Gallon -- ---
'fJ 1)95S6U1 C and Mrs. Aura Giffm of Indiana Kay Qallmger of Canada and
U hostesses; community Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas of
PLANT f000ta.e i sing at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. California, hostesses
2 '
GALLONS 1 owN N.u.I DIRECT FROM Olin Reed at piano; programat Saturday, cards at 7 p.m..
9.96 Value S p,m" St. Petersburg Male Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hermes
Chorus.Wednesday. of Niagara Falls,' Ontario
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Religious Groups'Meeting
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Tossyaaptls engagement of Mill 1'Ia h
,,{ 0..1' 01'?'OLK' II.V'C'COU"TY. nee- .und.yes, Loll Earlene Nelson to A.2.C \tOlNl
al h 3ilp.aeh,rules.saudrt 45 s .1. James Walter Lee Jr. son 1 I .. OSIew
to owr? Moand M
. dii it 3 v.rn, M InwMd liuUM of Mr. and Mn Warren Gageof f
M and ijih d&M&Lth10f
Cliutch1prornr Arsnyel' w 'I' hourwill Lake Beulah Apartments,
4 \ lone wMhl *mlco. I.
hat been announced by her
ST. PAUL LUTNaeaN. horch In.ferm.tlon
e1.a. tor d ilte. 4CHRIST \ parents, Mr. and Mrt Earl
f, t )001100 (lIlOw.hlp rn.aAft ..\\0 Davis Nelson.
> .,... I t
1'. -t LUTMIP.AM Willhrr No formal Invitations are j
t ot t.*\f'\l1m'D'.1d"I:01: : : &.I.rry tl Un horn: being tent for the wedding on a
rev way SINOINO CONVIM.TION April 28 at 3 p.m. at Webster
n 130 lo 4lrt pm 11 rmwillHi Avenue Church 1 1t
? HI Church in iuburailili Lunch r !
t .I .ooa. A 1963 graduate of Kathleen "
,. ,
waste' ? Pe..yTseiae
.. High School, Miss Nelson -
'litr7 .r..n of Holr CO..I.a it 11IUST
.... ....... tnl,. Is employed by General
,.n."T"'.". communl.rint ,. 4
rliu (or union it 4 *m ondor Telephone Company She wasa t For the discerning I p
t. JS/ I ( union' it S t mMITN member of the DCT at
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textured rayon,fully lined,
LUTM1RAN. Moll Com. KHS and was employed by
7/1 cardigan coat ovar the
union it S 10 end 10 Jo i m. "-
lea., ConirMftllonil ntitln. tallow.lae Lakeland General Hospital. l printed acetate suran I r
+ q' Fw 10 JO ........ i '
Airman Lee was graduated sheath Elbow'length ilttvesand
101 MON.AV In 1963 from Kathleen High tic belt hiahh slit the ,
APOSTOLIC .'.La acuoo4. nllht School. He Is assigned to sheath .
p m it lohool UM I
Itrnerlol Bl.dKW'II Orlando Air Force Base, Before Avoilobl. In powder print'
di PIe.T ,...."......,........."11.. entering service, he was MISS EARLENE NELSON with navy coot. Half sixes r
i tF room.. it of IU Wo..a IIB. II.1 ......., Keller employed by Maas Brothers \4a to 20Vi $35.98 '

CMHIIT : n tKhool r See this ond oth.r Edith
niMtlni it S l't.r.t : otUord
r r ., Mortln half slies starting '

l1.olf.LUTMIRAN It 1 p m : ,boar church ot Please at $1800 e"
pP 4 it Sit mrmiT Call For Your Photos
MfTHOOltT, U.rlon Norrll licit/lively ft. iRACY'S
Oroup ol W..I.... Srnlrt Oulld
mfr .' 1:30*.co-hoilOM.p m It ort Alvi-MriDorU Engagement and wedding pictures published In

.t I no Tounl will r"low 'Tlw Mllur-.. the LEDGER should be called for within 10 days om.
Ins Church In Bouthtrl Ail* 209 E. MAIN ST. .;;,
PtTIKID '...."T..N "."'1 after publication.The = ..."
POKUW un.m. it Croil Jl'iiourint ..
"Ptnl>irt>rlin WM of iII : LEDGER cannot be
will bi prountod b, Th Rio. > DVirlnli responsible for pictures 'vfetej std
uncalled for after the 10-day period.
.00.1 i n-hoOmlon lollIs
br IIoL: : John Ci.rk.on Tt Lunch'.on .
.. and ...1.... rnwNOe will fol.W
'WHAT SHALL WE SERVE FOR DESSERT li a question receiving due considerationfrom w, --------------------- --- ---- -
members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at Methodist Temple, which will WltTMINSTI MISOYTMMKKorWtffi& !
be hostess group to the annual meeting tomorrow at t:43 a,m. of Lakeland District Woman's ..1 women watnlnN.r' ..'.. ras.. .
.. ,
l M 10 30 n : wern.il A o.S&ntSTG.ftM
Society of Christian Service Hostesses will serve coffee and dessert; delegates are to bring '.1 ".11..1..at., I ; '1UuiT
sandwiches Planning for the event are, from left Mrs Edward R. Scharar, general chair Cnunel000000, ]0, will. Moos
man, (seated on floor); Mrs. Otis Allen, seating chairman; Mrs Duncan Reed kitchen self tl mottlni 1 pm IP. putorttludir BundKIkhool I
chairman; and Mrs. Harry H. Edwards, table decorations chairman Not present for the M 1 30 I FROM 1000 A.M.'TO 7:30 P.M.
photo was Mrs. John R. Hunt hospitality chairman. (Ledger photo by Perkins) '


St. David'sEpiscopal

.1 Miss Universe Visits Lakeland Church

I I 145 14,..... Dr. WILLIAMS DEPT. STORE

Swnlcws -
By OLIVE STOUT SYKES sorship of Catalina Inc., joinedby Ludlow fashion coordinatorfor -
Ledger Women's EdUorShe' Mass models Earlier she Catalina, said "leda has Church ':10 ./e., 1045: .m

beautiful, she's domes received a key to the City of an unusually fine sense of Church Schtwl ':45 ...... QUITS THE SHOE BUSINESS!
Ew.Ns.Ra p.m.
and Lakeland from Mayor Harold style
tic, she's Miss Universe
: ,
a lovelier one would be hardto Grizzard at City Hall The young beauty, who '"' Sm >*wr'.IM WtlllM
come by. You who saw Her favorite American de- measures 3624-36 has long
Miss leda Yedda) signer is Oleg Cassinl, She jet black hair-worn in a mod
Maria Vargas win her title favors simple styles, wears a ified beehive hairdo-creamy W. ispiciolynvifi/ / you / MEN'S DRESS SHOES BY
last July In Miami Beach- lot of black but likes touches complexion and dreamy dark Mr. Williams MM Ittjuff
via television-will probably of strong color. At luncheon brown eyes Is five feet six fo join us In hearing shoe luifniii end
agree We who saw her in with Maas officials, Mayor inches tall but appears taller FREEMAN-
Lakeland i Friday da agree, and Mrs Grlzzard and representatives due to her hair styling stick ,. Dry Goods Cloth-
of press, radio and She leaves tomorrow for a SAM TODD'SCounty
heartily.leda wit a student at the television the wore a navy week's stay each In Australia, 'n,. "'... ert id current felJSH
and red wool two-piece with New Zealand, Portugal and -
Rio Grande De
University( Crusade At He took I In
in ti.
Sul working towards a teaching detachable collar In red. Japan, then back to the States.She .
degree when she became Her lunch consisted of a has already toured Eng: Branscomb Auditorium whet ke handled/ end
Mist Universe, her title of hamburger: sandwich, French land Canada The Philippinesand RAND AND
Miss Brazil'having made her fries orange juice and chocolate the Orient, as well as Peru Today at 2:45 PM.looaooaaoooooaaaoaoooaaooooooaoo. Bought Ike my..... _
eclair. Venezuela Ecuador and \
eligible to bi a Miss Universecontestant
Commentator, Miss Margo Argentina, besides U:S:.cities Ntre'i yeur thence fe
Though naturally studious,
leda had tht added Incentive aJ SAVE 30% '

of making good grades to do a 11 TO 70% "
Credit to heriparents, both of a VALUES TO 21

whom were On theUniversityfaculty a y, ..
her father as an Instructor EI I SIa SIZES

mother 'Id economics teacher of and Portuguese her h button aJ aJ1 6 TO 12
as a ,
o pus .
and literature tier parents I ABCDWIDTHS
three brothers and one I Ia $699 $8
sister have moved to Miami I "clothesline" AND
from Porto Allegre to be near : ., ea IN THEGROUP
their beauteous daughter and $999
sister led a'. official residence B
during ber reign as the es
most beautiful girl In the a ea OXFORDS LOAFERS
world Is a suite In the luxurious ma
Fontainebleu, Miami aa 2 EYE TIES MOC TOES WING TIPS

leda. Just 19, Is a young: a
woman of uncommon poise LEATHER SOLES RUBBER HEELS
modesty and Intelligence She D a ,
loves to cook her favorite dish aa
being lasagna she is in love 0b
and unofficially engaged plan- t aa LADIES' DRESS SHOES BY
ning to be married when she a QUEEN QUALITY

relinquishes. her crown next ooI4Ai1J 't- TRIM-TRED AND
August to her successor. p
la Lakeland she appeared In '
two style shows of swim wear RED CROSS -NATURALIZER

at Maas Brothers, under spon-, "" '

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V. Now is fh. time' to buy ond enjoy/ the coovtnitnc of o new' Electric Clothes a : WHITES. BLACK. BROWN ;

Dryr. The City I of Loktland will pay you $2Q.00 Installation ollowanct If you pur- a

chew your dryer during tht month of March. Stltct the dryer of your choke, your a i SIZES 4 TO 8

I opplioncf deoltr will mod us o cttificatt of solt. Our Homo Economist will call ol a
8 V2 TO 3
your "home to give you many ".Ipf", hints on your new Work Saver. Wt will/ then Q

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I fiord
Tod _
Stiles WedsIn o L I U I Ir7
U.S. history, "antl-rent !i. B
war" Is the name given to the : "alive! M 1 iPe ,

19th century unrest and riot- n Tampa EpisodeOf \ M + z/s
Ing In several counties of up- -
state New York, caused by 'Route 66' --
dissatisfaction of Jfa :
farmers over the patroon system FLIPPIN1 FOG/-I /MUST I MUST BE BARMY T STAY r.< MUST BE GETTININE

according to the Encylclo- TAMPA Tod Stiles (Mar- 0 v-v_ 'AVE BEEN WAUON'j NACOUNTRy LIKE THISANYWAYIF lr A 'LIME..
paedia Britannica. tin Milner) gets married in o EVER f!
Tampa to end the wanderlust
of TV's most traveled twosomeon NOuRS -! 2 GET ?HE rf' DD

"Route 66" next Friday. M. MONEY I'LL I
The two part series, filmed re-
,. NI f r1
6.15-SHOW 7:00 cently in Tampa, will be seen Je
TonliM'i Tki Night on successive Fridays, March'
T. G. Our T. A Movie rse. 6 and 13, at 8:30: p.m. on Chan / (

)1 nel 13.The. ) \
i first episode of the series -! r rIII
i titled, "Where There's a

Will, There's a Way," ties Tod ',VI "IM7M N.ra,MrN.Ir
Bi k (matrimonially) to an heiressto r r..w IN1..Irw.LMM..at

I w $5 million, and sees Line
Shown .r T.OO, WithA Case (Glenn Corbett) off aloneon I .
Ptrtitl Repast Showing' ,
a South American escapade.
At 1200IN MANS \fcU6RLSREALLY V11fb .NOWS'F 7--M
LAKELAND DRIVE-IN Starts Wednesday, "The Misadventures The second part, sees Tod'snewly *TAKE
of Merlin Jones,* with Annette and Tommy Kirk. acquired rascally In.laws LEAPYEAR ?
done with In Ten-Little- LEAP ( .
Also showing, 'A Ticklish Affair,' with Shirley Jones, and away
Indian style, and Tod and Line SERIoCsLYI
Walt After Dark.:
Disney's 'Disneyland
work out their separate fuures. -

Guest. stars on both episodes Crr

are Chill Wills, Nina f'och
Patrick' O'Neal, Alex Viespl and

I Roger Carmel. row ,

9 Helium was discovered In the ,
sun: in 1868, about 30 years before ----- -t.

Its presence on earth was :parr'::LOA:;; t'se
discovered. ,

I Gleason McQueen 'Soldiers'In I on Beautiful Lake Thonotolalla1I'

cnTa _.MIN.... ,

TICHNICOLOII what must have been an March 13 at the Grove Theater I which the Edwards ("Break { : STEVE'S

STARRING TOM TRYON Inspired moment, Blake Edwards with Tuesday Weld, Tony Bill, 'fast at Tiffany's") film produc-

has put a twist on the Tom Poston, Ed Nelson, Lew I ion was adapted may suspect I RUSTIC LODGE
PLUS-AT 10:20 ONLY Gabe. Tracy, McLaglen Lowe Gallo, and Chris ("The Method indeed, that author William

"EXECUTIVE WILLIAM HOLDfN tradition by making a pair out Body") Noel In the other lead Goldman beat Hollywood to the ; WORLD FAMOUS FOR

of two diametrical opposites, ing roles, and a musical score teaming idea by having the
SUITE"i Jackie Gleason and Steve Mc- by Henry Mancini, who wrote identical two stars in mind
i Queen. "Moon River" and "Days of when he conceived the heroes ...
They star In "Soldier In the Wine and Ruses. of "Soldier In the Rain" In the ..
'. ... ., ..
'1. .llIulll to Lsk".od. 5$ out In5nOM 1 tw.MeOnoant.
Rain." a comedy, arriving Readers of the novel from first place, although the Glea ., lurll ...hl so MH.wap 110 aM 1NIw sIoa 'ou ""Ioa M stns'.
son of this one Is not the clownIng -
Gleason of Saturday nights Fr '...ryttl... (.fl Roth er Chef

+TS NrSTARTS SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN onfRht through Tuesday,
;: on IV. The script li by Maurice Cocktail
TONITE I 'Tobacco Road,' with Dana Andrews', Also showing, 'Claudelle Richlm ("Operation Petticoat OQQ l CTl Clos 7OO-IO/I
Inglish,' with Diane McBam. Edwards Lounge Monday
ft Thru Iii Ni'.. "Pillow Talk") and
'* iiaanr LAKH WALES-flat.: "A Global Af- ,, ,
Ilir" T...... thrauh S.iurd.r.-4:30: H 10 30 .
HITS ON THI SC..NTOaITH. AT THE THEATERS Ponce de Leon accompanied : p m.Synt
PLANT CITT-Capitol: 'Who' then9lerplnof I _t t 10 ,.....
.. *
FOR Tea Steal '
I In My Ret Y' and "True '" Christopher Columbus on his :
TIM FILMLAND DKIVI.IN PLAN CITY-scenic.Irw Jamri:" ,0011010 I and "' ...,bI. second: voyage to the New)..

'I .T lee t 10 11 I Today rod 0ldlnr lirouin, 01 Tur Forlun..da>: '"Ch..do" and the Slni Un Bl of.v Babylon'. Qnr"n", and "BamMtn' >,,<. I' : ,, "..B1t: i World I i"
"TOBACCO ROAD" WtUnnday and Thumliy: "Dp Peru SIiHINlI-P'lurld. "Lo,. wllh tilt \ ; ;
ncout" and Hotw Suldlrri' .. Proper Blranaor8EHHINO ." :I. ,\
DAN ANORIWtALiO lh and ": .. -tsmun' "Th. Prlat and ;' :, :: 'Y'
--- AT -- 2j u tor 5u: .." .,dThvouira d "Ol,>rraLloli/ Bikini \ : )'p. 'i" '
S:41 ONLY : "" SecondHillsborough
I 8nvnOROVI WAVCHVLA-Hard' Pun III Arapulmry .. "
THEATER eu" .nd "" Panljfllarllto "
Today through Wedneedsr: "Tom WAU CO U n A- "nu." Jerb-
D' .....,N Jono' Fet" .n. ""'ro. Ih. Moo Without a "
Thuridiy throuih Raturday ''Who'a .rew1NTP.R :
Bten Blcrplni In Mv Bfd'. '' HAVFN-Kill: "Th. Victor 1"'i.:7
LA (LAND OHIVI IN WINTbll: HAVII.N-H..n Dale, "StraitJiikot County Fair
To/a7 lirouKh Turftday' Iht CardlEnrutlvt ". and "{ DUO a TholMandTimti
rod 8ulllirolllh >
__ '
Wednesday Mil.ol
Baton do : 'o
adventure, Mrrl Jones," "1110nerl ;
I '.pd After Dark"' and "A Tuii.Salurdar Queen and
.. I Ilsh. Attar I OLC" THEATER Ex-Beauty .
I Today throuih Saturday. 'Caplali ; '" ,
TN FATES (NnnilWrdnnday Divorces FourthLOS It
1-COLON HITtll Tod through lueedar "NeLlatorE" 29th Florida Strawberry Festival
: ,
7.00 -II 00 Youn : : "
French .1'thrnuih.." and Prldiv""Hotlenr-"In the ANGELES (AP-Leona GROVE Coming soon, 'Soldiers In the Rain,' with Jackie
Gary Audrey Hool." Gage, who lost her 1951 "Miss Cleason and Steve McQueen.
Club" :and" 8.mmo nJh'hJI:::!:" USA title because she had been Plant Florida
Grant SOLVES MOON DHIVI' 'IN married City
Hepburr Toilay land" Tunday "Tobacco.. has divorced her INTERNATIONAL PRESERVEAll ,
Wednesday Road" and"Claudiiit Thuriday Tnillah"Br.mbl.Pri.W fourth husband. nations with claims to FT. HI".LY ARMORY

( r :"an and d ealurdar-'The Or.aa Catt lm I ton". ... Miss Gage, 28, a model testified Antarctic territory signed a TAMPA MARCH 2 through 7 1964
+ Prl.e" and CITIES Mr Cor.L'OTNES I In Superior Court Thursday treaty on Dec. I, 1959, declaringthe MAR. 10 Tkr 1CTUH ,

Charade AVBURNDALEVubur'n'"Tn: Starch of that she had to telephone area south of 60 degrees WAR. ta-TM'M.CniMrtn .
'. IJ tht Caitiwayt" and 'Lail Train,her husband, screen writer I south latitude as an International ( 14 P>r.)
from ounhlll' ,
I .
AUBURNDALK el o( H ..ylon: Dalt" and"Oollalh"Bamuin and sad thiIni Gunther Collatz, 25; at mother preserve for scientific research .-t']a P M. (CKiMrwl H Pr.) | GATES OPEN DAILY AT 12:00: NOON I
tht Slav* Qlloon." woman's home whenever she so scientists can move aAT'-4 f M.
OW"IJO P M. rndlMr>
AT One ONLY AVON PARK-Hllani: "Wan tn UiiMlillllr M.
wanted to contact him. I freely over the south polar con ION. 1*-I "SOLDIER OF FORTUNE"CL.IK I BAH TOW Outdoor Klnai of thi
IU.U .nn'. and .War In U'lnn'; I The couple married Sept. S, tinent without regard to boun Thf Show Events Of The Wcch
.' ., Now York" and Ontrallun--HI- 19b2. _. daries. 4 GOLD !!!
-- -
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I A SmutlMal
NEw Coif .( 100laMrmrUaal MONDAY MARCH 2nd :
7:30: P.M, Selection of seven finalists in con-

BOX OFFICE OPENS 12:45: DOWNTOWN TODAY DIMINSIONIN ANEW Old and New test to elect Strawberry Festival Queen from
e I
t Strawberry PackingDemonstrations group of Contestants.
I. ( t

"With your gall, .T''
Corporal, MARCH 3rd :

LAKELAND'S FINEST THEATRE you'll child upcourtmartialed 12:30: P.M. Annual Grand Parade through

dt' r, City and before grandstand at Fair Grounds.
Shows Al I.00-1:1I-5.2Z: the tint sO t Sor Florida's Most '

Beataatoryl: Exotic Strawberry
10 :

"BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR!' / Vegetable, Citrus, MARCH 5th :

7 30 P_M. Selection of 1964 Festival
Strawberry, Poultry,
Richardson Queen and Coronation Ceremonies before
Albert Flnney Tony
NEW YORK FILM CRITICS AWARD .''INKSIBI IIVIO.. ..,MAT,.0.. IT Beef Cattle and Fish grandstand at Fair Grounds. ,

and Game WildLife

YnnMr and SeaHa.NOMILOREN Displays FRIDAY, MARCH 6th :

l.Bfmo I t Tide whole. V. PA. OPENING_u.NIONT... II 3:30: P.M Annual Baby Parade before grandstand .
world loresWI Ana lAT. .T'"n at Fair grounds i

7 30 P.M. Judo Exhibition ofc, grandstand In
'l"tort TICKETS NOW ON SAlt Fair I
Electrical and grounds.
a ,
r rl
Ttmn ft. Hotarly Arm.rWK .
DOOM >. A... H I f.Malt Garden
I lass m1 ,. Clubs' Annual how at Arm.
stopped taaling rtw" UJ .kllo nritton < Appliance Displaysin
nesff la ganstlodl/s/ E+gtot r lour Oh Ehen NiHUarautkIT MayScorns. orf cros$ from Fair Flowerf'

!,ached '.TS-'OOh...... New Electrical I
M. C"'ral
trP OL-S WATES_ears Building-

riLLIO ORDERS :00-2:45: P.M. Pet Show-Parade of Pets;

IRIJIMflJr .II'. ...,..r.......SATE_'...and.. TIME..... Judging exhibition and awarding prizes; pog obedience I I
... .. ,
... .... World-famous
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1011_ ruH" ..OL'.-... a tl..ndON Ie. 3:00: P.M. Tourist get-together and drawing i
ANGIEjDlCKINSONBOEBY'DARIN 1.0. _: I4U. TAMFA Strawberry Short-cake for Tourist Prize: ft

l L7ERT FlNHEY/SUSANHAH YORK/HUGH/ GRlFflTH/romt/ riN/Sm/ GFNW000/TOM/ 1OREB'ouNEgtlHmeEaltaOEYRlrN010AAS0aJdROSBdtNE EXTRA: I TIL. TAMPA Mt-liir Garden Clubs' Annual FlowerShow, at Arm .I,

i /, "'.//=,.=:.t= FIGHT PICTURES! M t01PJIN.,- r.. ._, of S adult or ory across from Fair ground entrance, I ,

EMTMUICOUII/i,/ IWITEI iimrs input ictus -.. r.roD.arunt 'k p.v "too
USTON ClAY ot oaaaH tar (... Perform- THE
SORRY' NO CHILDREN'S TICKETS SOLD World's Heavyweight Championship Bout! I -


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LAXELAN0! I. J6U. Sunday, March .. 1811 1bC
I cn<'T'8tIHC TIllIE Ids.

Who" your problem1Fot

o-rol reply write to

., J Abby, Box Ji65, 8ewrly
ViewpointAbigail Hllla' fallf and induds a

wIf-oddrss d stomped in.wlope. 7
Abby answers .n
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Van Buren j

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DEAR ABBY am a high ichool teacher in Mount V.... DEAR MRS. RACHELS: So Impressed was I with the / /. THANK YIDI>, NO// DEMAND [ INVESTKSATfc
non, 111. I reed the following letter from your column aloudto "answers" of your students that I had difficulty electing the THAT OUR NAME J U US lI JBR

my students, and asked them to write their own answers. I best But since I was compelled to select only one, here It Is: THE BRITISH MAIDEN LADIES' U rLL-tFwt! TAKE CLEARED

told them they didn't have to sign their names, and gave them "DEAR MAD: I don't believe your parents could be anymore PATRIOTIC SOCIETY WANTS THE WORLD]I YOUR R fTtt WORD OFFICIALLY.MVKSTMATBUSffl.ARE I ,J INVLSTPGATR

five minutes in which to complete the assignment. These students 'human. It Is YOU who should get out of space and TO KNOW NONE OF 08 15 {lilt i

are an average age of 1611. I am sending you their come back to earth. You probably think you know all the answers m CRIMINAL/ r- 1 r ify a

answers. Perhaps you would like to select the one you think Is but you will learn as lime goes by that your high school < rfV\ )/

best for publication. Sincerely, education Is the moat Important thing In your life. Listen to I

MRS. C. T. RACHELS your parents and you will find that they have already traveled
Your letter: "DEAR ABBY: I am a 17-year-old boy and I the long Journey that you are just starting, and they know Ii i

have been wanting to quit school for over a year, but my what they are talking about. yLt. y

parents won't let me. I hat school and I want to get a job. "A JUNIOR IN HIGH SCHOOL"

1 failed two subjects last term, and know I won't do any better + 0

next tIm,. stop found out I was smoking and hey ordered DEAR ABBY; There seems to be a campaign against I
me to I told them If they wouldn't Jet me quit "dropouts" from high school. It Isn't necessary for everybodyto

school I wasn't going to quit smoking. My Dad made a deal get a high school diploma to be a success in life, you know. -. _-- -_- _- _-
with me: he said if I ,quit smoking and continued with school: I quit school after the ninth grade and I did all right. You HUNGRY BEASTS
he'd buy me a car I wanted. I said okay. He the won't this( but do *
got me car probably print If you sign me-- EXHAUSTED MOON MAID DIET SMITH IN THE HEADED FOR THE
smoking Well, he took the car away from me and I'm DEAR DID: Congratulations Perhaps you "did all right MOON AND HUDDLE A MAID MOTIONLESS TRIO WARM. A PACK OF WOLVES. WILUTRACV BS IN TIME?

grounded until June. They said if I flunk anything TO have to Ia spite of the fact that you weren't graduated from high P.in BENEATH THE DEADLY WHITE ... ". .QO.O, v a Vp V o oQ

go to summer school. How can I get my parents to be more school.: But you'll never know bow much better you would A Of A BUZZARD. .. .,If aee.tD.o
human?" have done If you had earned a high school diploma.

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ImpelBy at as WAKE UP.'.' CALLED OFFmil 1 SHAPE

1 1aI
Carroll Righter a itai

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ell : eae

Sunday, March 1, 1964 ea

GENERAL TENDENCIES: covet easily. Don't be forceful l l l z9
A strange and peculiar day with anyone or there Is
in which almost everyone will o great resentment. Be your e. w eA ei .

want to cooperate and get gentle, true self once more a eee I Pill UtUTENANT..BUT lUST A MINUTE,
along better with his fellow SCORPIO THE VOICE WASCALM MR.CROYDENIDR.MOitoN
(Dct 23 to Nov.
man, but there is a feeling 21) ell a DID VVU RtOOGNIZE AND THREATENING. IS ; t
that drastic changes must be Some Investigation to THE MRN'S VOICE, +' RIGHT HER/
clear up misunderstandings is 1 ri riACROSS MUSS GALE} 4
made before this can becomea all right now, but don't hold a s siaaseri ? ;

reaffirm reality.your Use this faith Sunday in right to something any grudges thoughtful Be sure for you those do s eT ,

living but ;make new begin who are ill. Be generous (i '
nings on a better day. .
ARIES March 21 to April
( Dec.
21) Take the time to
19) Coming through with alleviate the worries of others J d0 .t
made is Party 30 More: mus. $4 Puzzling ruin ,
.t promises admirable than certainly though you may be under throwers. direction. on Salisbury
more losing
your temper. Inspire greater tension yourself. Be careful 6 Crundy or 31 Checking. Plain. Z +a -
In octal matters. Avoid
59 Arthur Miller
confidence instead. You may Jewkea. M Delay
arguments of all sort
rl need greater support In the t Compacta. 38 me Israel- 62 Manicurist's
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to
J4 Greek letter
Jan. 20) You mutt take care 63 Advances In
< .
TAURUS (April 20 to May -- ---
ofgood reputation so carefully 15 Not very 39 follow, 2'wdl.
20) No finer day than this to fish. years: 19 THIS JUDGE PAKKW* Y. TfU HIM Z HAVS TC>
abode Immaculate or- built up any foolish finny 41 Woodwind. 84 Subject of S. TELL r.no SLOP tMowtviNa N ooop SEOtCTAXYWIIUAM9' THI4 1s SONA LEAVE TOWN FOR A FEW
get move today could be very 18 Missile. t2 Brother 01 Slmon'l din- ABOUT Ml, HERS. X WONT J WL Will KM Mva PAV5..THAT Z WONT 66 .
der instead of railing at others costly. Unexpected situations 17 Come to John Wilkes course tie LaAyB TOWN.' ONAB9 Jfr'i. THE 3UCXSS A MESSAGE ROLE ID MB HIM JHIS /
whom feel are imposing
may crop up. Be generous of know Booth 65 show: ;
you. willingto
others spirit. 18 Winter Icene. N Colnizance. street enter. r
Gain serve good wilL graciously. AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 20 Weatherman. 46 Pen point talnment. ?
I 19) An elevation of consciousness 22 P. O. depart48 Confuses: 66 Literary
GEMINI (May 21 to June to take In the highest mente. colloq. composition. "'to3f
21) Forego that little spree things of life is commendable 23 Hook of 49 Bracelet. 67 Jeanne d'Arc. ,, v. ,
that could ruin your reputation now. Get rid of that restlessness maps. 52 The ralS' e. I.
today, or could cause 1ItWCOULDAUTTLR -
Cultivate those /
only persons 24 Phase over 68 Offspring III
loss in some other way. Live
who are Inspiring, helpful 27 True. 53 First-rate. muses.
the Golden Rule. A higher-up .

Is watching you and. It Could PISCES (Feb. 20 to March V i ,,
mean success or failure 20) Coming through with DOWN i4MR.Bl1M5rAcb

MOON CHILDREN (June promises made to associates I Part of a 13 Brulhed. 40 Rub out.
22 to July 21) Many new out is Imperative now or you lose football 19 Cloak. 43 Nothing.game. .
lets are open to you now, so their good, will. You must 21 Having 45 Graphic MMUCH I5FkUtD'VE
be careful lest Invest
show too.
very you devotion,
your 2 Butter sub- wings. artists.atitute. MYPCTI A BIG EGG? sm THAN TU ASK
more than you can af Then fine backing can be 25 Family mem47 Fln..t. INOIDRDn Slat LAtn ITM tr

ford. Gentle remonstrance yours. 3 Mast. ber, for short 49 Distinctive
with others Is also necessary. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN 4 Word for 26 Made sud- mark

Anger gets you nowhere. TODAY while there is a some ski. denly fa- :\0\ Farm messy .
Await the morrow for actual great devotion to friends, an
Bell rung mow: 4 wds ure.
business. ever changing life brings during the 27 Daunt. ::11- .foot oil. 'id r
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) many a new personality with. Ma... 28 Dry 112 Assert II M ,reJ

Serving others to the best of in the orb of your youngster'sexistence 6 3d wile of 29 Eat -: ae- lact. r sly, '
your ability Is the keynote to and greatest success Emp. Clau- upt what 115 Market In. f
success today. Do any work can come through them, as dlul. one has formal1on. C
you have promised to do they come and go like ships 7 Budget Items. fought. 58 Tiber tribu-
faithfully. Get finances better in the night Give a well-
8 Wild plum. 22 Australian tary.I 'r
planned on paper tonight rounded education to prepare Ballet' slate: .bbr 57 Waxed.de ,, 245
VIRGO him or her for life's exigencies I---
partnertnlateand deux. 33 Warrant. :56 Sight organs
problems challenges.
22) Be a good 10 Part 01 a 35 Early Ihep- In Chaucer'l -
enthusiastically get Into Fame here, too.Oceanographers. 1IA *
elrele. lerd. day. IF ANY PRODUCEM \ plans for improving propertyand 11 Madden. 38 Mislay 60 Extinct bird. AM LISTENING HOW DID'toil v" THE COMMERCIAL-ilT! THIS
other holdings. Contact have meas- 12 Theme 37 Not 10 much; II Som. WELL! WELL...oO IM AN ACTEW, MR. LIKE THAT DIALECT r1 CAM DO I MO OFF THE AIR!
ured waves in England G IN! DARNED
that careful, precise expertBe veu'RC- NANAPUI.UNS ANDA THEM AU'-HUTHH, RUSSIAN,
grateful for favors doneIn came from the southern tip of Solution to Frldsy's Puzzle _,j OUR LEGMISS LASALLC? GOOD S. SWIDHH, DIXiELAND..'I
spirit of friendship. South America. Antarcticstorms K YOIYRE N01 A FRENCH Itv00
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct.22)By can trigger swells reach k STtYIAWAY WHOARC lOU!

serving others willingly ing as far away as Alaska and i; yrle :

_now you get the favors.,_you Hawaii. CRYPTOGRAM *

R U P A ::':'By Pat Pugh
aaua auciaoantiriminii
limit iiit

n nnooM Yesterday's cryptogram:
aaiaa Malcontent: bloke who's always .
aaiiuau I grumbling about way .
uuuuuu his cookie's crumbling.
.. i AHSBVSS MIZZ r HAVE KM T I BAY TOI LSAvEJusr Y..WNitf mew \NouMANYniir wow?
VNU0-NI>,TtU. \ SEND MS TO BUN AN' #tf riontI eel i woo1xjti piss CA) rove AIR I HAV8 Nor out
I jn 2 M MY HUCSAND YSfK CAM TO 90 IN puaIN **v ton hiAYia TU alto rot vow' 1 eua coevit1apig.
I THAT ALL NcoatMwsonaQ/ OVrCANO NOW/ SOUND Of. ... NITS-frATl... riocK.1. ma fNALLI
Wheat Shipment Halt Is FearedDENVER e I C T WNY-YOt A g j OUArDfIMAvt MCAPS/ 00 ANDRa1VRN 1

(AP) Sales of pest the Soviet Union to pay I Yr.. -...
wheat to Russia will halt If the the 18 to $9 freight differentialper I W wa
IA PI Y n United States Insist on having ton which shipping In U.S, i
50 per cent of the wheat shipped ships adds to freight costs," ,
in American vessels, a major said Ben H. Nordemann of New I a
seller said Thursday. York City.Nordemann. I

I,< "I "lu.t plain! foolish' _to .ex-. head of the : M
wheat sale division of Continental
CzechoslovakiaSends Grain Co., spoke at a -- jBtiT i
AQ I fl' 1
meeting of Colorado wheat

Clothes, growers and grain dealers

Food To Cuba IT'G 60MUDDY
MIAMI (AP) A ship'RENO W City officials: de- 1.i CAMT EVEN t
,4= ment of food, clothing medicine '' a different 'kind of I FIND A t
and agricultural tools said groundbreaking for Reno's new I PLACE TCl :.
to be worth S3 million has arrived -city hall since it wss the first Prrcte A
from Czechoslovakia to big construction project to get TENT f
aid Cuban victims of Hurricane started in the area during Ne-
Flora, Havana Radio said. vada's centennial as a state.

The merchandise was donated The first earu was turned by .i:
TWO TOUCH HOMBRES Litotw and IU4 SkltM flask by the Czech people and government -a plow pulled by Tom and Sally fl
lltkr* Ctork U this ehee which Mlmtntw hv Sheriff for aid to Camagueyand a team of bay work horse, with ,J
(SkdtMil 'sans.'e.er hie gas eel Mf* M MM Tiwh Oriente province: according Mayor Hugo QuUid and City
NN ILike,.*) tan*! a ...> WMtm tow M Tfe Rid to the broadcast monitored Manager Joe Latlmor at the I-:1
kilt.. Mwr .! I m. T..U r. .* OMUIM II. Thursday night in Miami. reins. 1 ;



-C_LAKELAND LEDGER; Sunday, March t I. IM4 _

I Stevens And Chamberlain Voted PGCEIVT In Convenient Chub Paks LEANER FRESHER

Most Popular Actress, ActorNEW W. D. Ground 1 Beel

YORK Connie Stevens and Dick I Chamberlain was I Jones, will soon be seen In the BRAND
and Richard Chamberlainhave honored with the award last: Warner Brothers' production,
been voted the most pop year. "
ular actress and actor of the Also receiving Gold Medals "Ensign Pulver.
year for 1963 and will receive: are Tippl' Hedren named "How The West Was Won,"
Photoplay magazine's 42nd annual -"most promising new actre s" was named the top picture of
Gold Medal Awards, it has and Robert Walker Jr., voted the year I In,the Photoplay Gold .
been announced by Jack Po- the "most promising new actor" Medal balloting. It Is an M-G.M 3 SAVE SIOO47c
dell, vice president and editorial I by the magazine's readers Miss Cinerama production. I _
director of Macfaddeiv Hedren made her film debut in. The Gold Medal Awards, the ,,.
Bartell Corporation. "The Birds" and stars In Alfred oldest in the entertainment in
For both stars It was the Hitchcock's new Universal
dustry are the only awards
second time they were namedby release .
"Marnie. Robert Walker
based on a poll of the movie-
Photoplay readers. Miss Jr., son of the late Robert going public. A reader poll is 04,
Stevens won the award in 1961' Walker
and actress Jennifer FkCELIENG
conducted by the magazine each

2 Cuban Exiles Die As year. Chamberlain Wins Prices Effective "March 2 thru 4 a 1 ,

I Richard Chamberlain voted LAKELAND STORES ONLY
the most popular actor Is the
Boat Sinks Off FloridaFORT star series of and NBC-TVf starred"Dr.In the Kildare"MGM I 1010 E. ROSE ST. R i i'I

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50, and his son, Roberto 21 that he wanted food. We fed him show and hostess of the 42nd
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Tiger Hurlers Discuss Their Trade 1: LAKELAND .


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Ledger Sports Editor

Only the Siberian Tigers would have ventured out in yesterday morning's weather but a

hardy band of Tigert.Detroit ilk loped around Henley Field is spring training officially openedfor


The Bengals will drill at 11 a.m. today with a Tiger farmhand game slated for 1 p.m

NOW ABOUT THOSE: HITT.RSF! h.I.,. of H,. Detroit TI..,. talk o...rrho bo plenty happy about Ihtir now toammaroi, or mayba two of thorn aro thinking Efforts will be made to end a long string of ties in the squad games There is no admission

Brobloms of their trod. yurtrdoy morning n tho Detroit Tigers .,...tI print about their flight from the A'.. Tko hurlort, loft to rlgktt Jack Hamilton, obtain1 charge for the daily workouts or for the squad games.

II drill..t Henley Hold. At lilt Phil R.olI.ft.( ., oca of tht Tiger staff with 15 from the fkili, Ed Rakaw end D... Wlckortham, tka lartor two coma from thoA' Tiger Manager Charley Ores- t
wins. chock Frank lory about kit prig,... Inn ipnng. Lory will Nil Hi* ormh ,In tho Rocky Colavlta doal. (lodger Photos ly Hughoi) sen indicated the weekday drills the tie. With one down In Innings but threw look. and
.. and If the waging gets w"....,. A trio of TI ...itaweoman right) Mom to would begin at 10 a.m. with the the sixth Jake Wood lined a sharp. Ron Swoboda unloadeda
Sunday workouts at about 11 Hugh Hardin pitch over the two-run triple on Brown.
I a.m. More squad games will left fence following an Infield The Mcta picked up their oth
Kathleen be on tap before Detroit opens hit by Ray Oyler to give the er runs off Jack DiLauro and
,: Blue Devils its spring exhibition schedule Stripes a 34 deadlock with Bill Lewis, another former
'< : March 14 here with the Minne the Black Sox. Other Striperun Lakeland hurler. Bill Freehan
,; > I sota Twins. came In the fourth on a was struck on the wrist but X-
Captures The list of unsigned TigersIs walk an error and singles by rays revealed no break. He
I now down to one pitcher Wood and Willie Horton. was In uniform yesterday

; .' The Black Sox rocked John With more pitchers available
t: i ''' ;.. Stun Lakeland Skulley for all of their three runs today's squad games may' go
TourneyBy j'lf'... > in the third on an error and seven to nine Innings.
t ., SALE OPENS singles by Chuck Stephenson LACK sox 00' een.an.uITRIPI I
) ".. Gates Brown and Purnal Goldy. sox ooo toVo :-.-- -.
JACK FLOWERS It's tourney time and that also seems to be upset time. It ., Hard(41! And rulK, Ory.-t
\ Advance sale of reserved Goldy also had a double and (4)i :.u. .,, title' (4) tn4 Orun.Mrg.
Assistant Sports Editor ,1 was that time last night for the Lakeland Dreadnaughts who urrowt 111.
Gates Brown had two singles for
tickets for all 12 spring Detroit Nn. W.d
They said it couldn't be done, "IF1lpf : were knocked out of the Group 9, Class AA title here by the Tiger exhibition gamesat the Black Sox. = _
but Kathleen did It. ht\ Winter Haven Blue Devils 6258. Steve Dillon Bill
Henley Field will begin Friday,
The Red Devils of Coach Don >:\',rtJ; >- The Dreadnaughts had beaten the Devils twice during the tomorrow at the Henley Hunter and Dick Gardner Aussies Drop

Miller overcame a Bartow lead regular season but a determined band of "men in blue" out Field boxofflce. The sale will blanked the Tiger farmhandson I

., and many odds last night to fIl I di WI' played the cold-shooting Dreadnauehts to stun the top-seeded be for box seats only as gen three hits all singles. Jim
edge the Yellow Jackets of \ Lakeland five. eral admission and bleacher Brown, who pitched here last

Coach Wayne Mundy, 41-38, for IE It < ";'7;i'J" Winter Haven will play the lead. Jere Baxter, Anderson, tickets will not be sold In summer was touched for two Two Cup Stars

the Class A, Region 4, Group 4 i >,g> .. ,f"I.'.<"I : w Sara.ota-Fort Myers winner in George Davis and Downs contributed advance. hits and as many runs In two -

13 high school basketball tourna- the first game Friday night In points in the drive. Included In the 12-game MELBOURNE. Australia (AP)
ment at. the Kathleen Senior Lakeland came back on Lakeland slate are games I
the regional at Tampa Chamberlain -Roy Emerson and Ken Fletcher -
High gym.It AGUIRRI SIGNS AND DRILLS-Hank Aguirro signed his | gym. points by Joe Shelnut, Bolding with the New York Yankeeson were kicked off the 1964
was the first time In the Tiger conI.oct yesterday ..morning attar .bout 45-miniita huddle Lanky Rkk Roberson fur and a basket by Guerry Jonesto April I and with the Australian Davis Cup team Sat. I

history of the school a Kathleen with Tiger General M."o,., J.", .. Compboll. Tho Aguirro nlshed the Devils with a big move ahead. The lead World Champion Los Angeles urday for defying an order prohibiting -
basketball team has won a huitlad Into 0 uniform, walked out ol tho drou clubhouse lioltl> winning margin with 7 key changed hands until late In the Dodgers on March 28. Hrst tPt them from competing In

tournament trophy. and took 0 tow practice throwi. Only untlgnod Tiger now ri Terry baskets and Rick Anderson .l. final period when Winter Haven game here will be Saturday foreign tennis tournaments before .
For the second consecutive ,... (Lodgtr Phoroi ly Hughoi) so chipped In with 11 big went ahead to slay on a March 14 with the Minnesota March 31. \
pair of foul shots by Baxter. J
night Coach Miller's quintet points. Twins. Emerson, who scored Aus
Mike Page collected of
a pair
displayed determination Lakeland's Hank Bolding, whc foul tralia's only two match victories
< shots but Robert Valen-
desire and a team considered effort In Slants on Sports : played Destroyer ball for most tlnp', one handed hooker closed Terry Fox. Hank Aguirre hud in the loss to the United StatesIn 1

doing what was the of the season, led the Dreac tile gap to one point for Lake- died with General Manager the cup Challenge Round last
Impossible. Kathleen upset naughts with 18 points. Blighscoring land. James Campbell for about 43 December currently Is at Tarna .

Auburndale 37 36. Friday Ole Case Was Dan Sherman was Rick Roberson's tip-In shot minutes yesterday morning, 1 i > Fla., where he has reached ,
night to gain the finals. limited to only 4 points by Bob- and a two big foul shots by An- agreed to terms and donned a the final round In the Tampa
During the regular Southwest by Downs while the all.star grl< derson ended matters for the uniform for a brief drill. Dixie International tournament.

Florida Conference season both der picked up 12 points on his Winter Haven Blue Devils. Only hurler missing yesterday Fletcher also Is playing there.
Auburndale and Bartow had defeated
Kathleen twice. Never YoungerBy own.The "They outhustled and out- besides Fox-was Mickey' Lo- The two have been at odds
Kathleen off to 13-9 Devils set the stage early played us." Coach Sonny Pow Ich. Lolich has service commitments with Australian tennis leaders
jumped a by jumping off to an 8-0 lead ell declared "We missed Kenny and his arrival Is In r since before the cup matches
tint quarter advantage but but Lakeland bounced back on Deal tonight. Lakeland' definite. Several of the Tiger Aw with the United States Other

Bartow led at intermission 22- JACK SLAYTON three field goats by Bolding anda Deal suffered a leg Injury and infielders and outfielders have top: players who have sided with

17. With Stan McDonald and Ledger Sport Editor pair of baskets by Bob Oen- missed both. games. already been drilling since the them are Fred Stolle and Bob fl
John Galloway accounting for brink to lead J>14. at,the end I iLakelamT thus finishes with Early Camp opened two weeks Hewitt.
Kathleen's 11 points in the third A He sat'gttiet1 r. byr himself In the' dugout'.Ile' of the period. IS.8 for the year, Winter Havenis go. AI Kallne Dick McAuliffe I
period. Bartow fell behind 28-28 teemed like a nice kindly old man enjoying a base Early; In. tne second. periodLakeland 8-19 for the lesson'WINTIR and Norm Cash are in town and ) The players were ordered to
; Kathleen overcame the Bar. ball practice sort of an honorary coach in uni- pushed Its margin to NAveNP0 may workout today with the return at once and given a deadline -

tow deficit In the third quarter form. He was baseball's most unique character 21-20 on the shooting of Joe Shel- 'T FTA PP TP club. Balance of the squad Is of midnight last Thursday I
by scoring nine points t legend among writers players and baseball of- nut and Oenbrink but then the :::.: '.:..:, 4: t J : 11Ad 55R..rN due here March 4. When they failed to appear. Sat.urday's .
Yellow Jackets action followed.
while the
were ficials. Casey Stengel was watching his Mets work Devils spurted for 18 points i to : :::::. 7 : t I 54a. Following yesterday's light
during a four ..,. .. Loss of the 27-year-old Emerson
getting just one saC..n.
but 7 for Lakeland to take a big ;:::: I I : ae ,rill another Tiger farmhand
minute and 24 second stretch. out."How's _'c5 ..... ... i I 0 1 I quad game was played-this who says he Is considering
When Galloway broke a 23-23 things goin'7" The writer braced' himself TOTALS .... i4 i4 i1 ii ;; ,one was a 6-lnning affair and OH COMI HOWI-T.oln.! a pro offer would jeopardizelustralia's
deadlock with 4:04: remainingin pencil paused and notebook paper 'nice and ended chances of reachingthe
like last week's, In a tie.
roof LAKRLANDr0 Homol ho's
Jock of
Frost court
the third period with a free white."Well IPT PTA "P TP With a 6-0 defeat absorbed at Challenge Round scheduled
throw, Kathleen never trailed ," he crossed his legs and gazed at the sham, .::::: : i I i 53h.rm.n I the hands of New York Met from California huddltiho II for Cleveland, Ohio in Septemcr .

again. Henley Field diamond. "Not so bad and not so '1..Nn. n" "::: I : f IIOon"i"k farmhands In St. Petersburg on braves tho Florida wintry The Aussies, holders of the

McDonald and Galloway paced .good. We've got some boys here who look pretty Wins Title ......... I a .a I 4 II J Friday plus a tie with the Mets blaitl for the opining 1 of iprlngtraining. cup In nine of the past 11 years
the Kathleen scpring attack with good. Then we got some everyone tells me don't gold' a .. .. .. a J 4 4 15jTOTAL. I ere Wednesday the farmhands At least tho froion but are In the American zone this

12 and 11 points respectively look so good and 1 m not sure where they're lookin'." .. H it ii it ii I have only three ties and a loss bright Florida lun forced him to year and must get past the
Ronnie Mooneyham and The writer squinted hard to see where they were lookin' '. e" H tu.rMruwnto .,, II If lI-tI I for their efforts.A don sun .'0.... I ILodgor Photo strong Mexican team of Rafael
Tommy Howell shared high FROSTPROOF Frostproof L....... &I 54 If 13seoft. home assured Hughoi) Osuna and Antonio Palafoxiiy I
and then turned back to Ole Case. "How do you feel about Bulldogs chalked their 18th .,..., P..i and WNIw. run again By

point honors for Bartow Walker with and the team this spring compared to last spring?" i win of the year In 23 up games and .... "'. .. _. -t->.1>.
nine each. Larry "Well scratched his chin "I think we'll
he meditatively, in the earned the rightto

seven Steve Kathleen apiece.Hinson placed finished two men with on be fWe better. But can't you tell know about howIt Friday.the process Region IV tourney next I Their Numbers These Tigers Will Be Known

the All-Tournament team selected these things until we get The Bulldogs handed Mel.
sportswriters coveringthe started. Now you take that bourne Central Catholic a 11-41 M"" COKMat yMCf\ RN ( .1krry
by CsenoM
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two-day meet. McDonald guy there hitting (BIB defeat In the Class C, Group ::::., JACK HOMEt' otto DETROIT TIGERS 1964 ROSTER :bu"mn'Ra' (aa)

was the center and Galloway Haa.). His got good power. 14 finals her at Frostproofgym
was named to a guard spot They tell me he don't field last night. PITCHERS ((22))

Others on the team were Pat as well as he should, but The regionala will be held at Na. Pl.y.e a 'H.Iht W.'lht' .... .n.. IIrth .,.and"... sees CI.1t 0 IP W L ERA
Ward, guard, Pasco; Booty when he knocks that ball Lake Placid or at Frostproof if
21 AGUIRRlank It L 6-4 200 D..rborn' Mich ,1.32 AeusaCulif __ Dot.olt 38 22'
Etherldge Auburndale, and Lake Placid does not win its 14 IS 2.66
out of the lot, he makes
forwards. Gal- up send 45 'CRAIO, ,... L I 6-5 240 &.50Il..0nt. 7.10.40 LlSeIl.. .. Duluth. 17 122 7 5 251Kc.rUl.
Howell. Bartow, for a lot of things. He's going group tourney. Pairings I 064
loway was voted the Most Val- Frostproof against the Group as DUSrA&, lob It I 6-0 t70 Highland'....N. J. .28.35 $ier.ville. N.J._ Dn.i9 J : A I 900aYKVN
to be In there with that
63 I 121 2.95
uable Player. other fellow (Ed Kranepool) 13 winner. .1 LOAN Dick L L 6-4 195 "......'HIII.C.llf. 3.24-37 Mrkaf.y' .C.Id_ oAen 20 21 IA t 1 145vKse
2J 102 5 UJ
Fe nA JTIW P PT. In the battle for first base Three Bulldogs made the all. 13 PAUL gill It I 5-10 190 "....n'". ..Ohio 4.21.40 Clnelnnot'',Ohio. DoIo 28 97 S 6 464
:,.,:-..::::::: I 1 1 i 5 and Tim Harkness. tourney team and they were 44 '''SHER. ,.111 L L 6-1 Ian Ad.,. .Mlch. II.2S.41 AdI.._...._ k..III. 21 "810 6 297
5M.der all In double figures last night: 31 I'lETCHEI, TOIII L L 6-0 170 O..wood.lII. 6-28.42 OlmIra. N.Y.__ (In"I.)
!;:: li: ::.:.:.: : : : 3 11H. ; "Now who's there's just liable another to be fellow a Don Sebastian, 15; Doyle Kelley 4' POSTER Larry I I 6-0 175 Lansing.Mich 1221.37 hn.I.,......._" s..ttl.wKu., :: I lot 4n f ; ass aot

._ :::::: i i : aiTOTAL. 13; and Charles Simmons Doltoll a 2 _.. _. 1350Is
e.1ww4r ..,.. t surprise (shortstop Wilbur POX, T.rry It R 6-0 175 Midtethi.n. III. 7.31.35 Chicago tO..._.. Dotrolt 4' 80 a 360
......-1 31 ii it :45IA Huckle).'And we got Al Mor. 14.This Is Frostproofs best teamin 32 GALLAGHER Doug It L 6-3 195 Fremord.Ohio 2-21-40 Fromsst.._ Iy.ICU.. 12 S4 5 4 433
STOW an for shortstop and that Ron history. .20 GlADDINO, Prod L R 6-1 225 kno..III..T..". 6-2..36 PI.t Rock.Mich... 5y 0.5011 c," g 71 27 : f 3 200 93

10 FTi PTM r Pie Hunt- just signed him so 4. HAMILTON loch It I 6-0 200 Sun,Iowa 12-25031 lu.U.g.on.low..
we Morning L'"I.' Rock II 9t 4
w&k., .. ... 7e. OLE CASE ." !7!'J MILSOUftNl.._ 165
M.e.twh.m. : i i i eN.tl e ..72 Tien Young we got quite an Infield battle. ._..11." '. 'I i ...It... 1v; 42 kOCH, AI It R 6.4 195 OomopoUa.AI.. 3.2503. Decatur,AI..__ syr.cYN PA110d.lphle' : I: If ; I:

5= :. ... i i i iC. And don't sell that guy from O e..tlr i I !S.,.' J !10C..nn 3 17 LARY Frank I I 5-11 115 Northport.AI. .10-31 Norlhport..._ c::::: I: I It : : 1090KM.r
p. Buffalo .
: .:. short (Pumpsie Green). .rs.r 51H.nd.M I1 7 211
e a W.tkew.kl e t-L L 6-1 170 Patl.ndOr., 12.40 'ortl.nd._ : I
Munwh.m "Now ,, : I : I : 29 fLOUCH, Mickey SwKYN 6 0 245
that the hitter Is Carmel
( Duke $ r.ts a5.11w
TOTALS .. .. ii al ii it ;; guy now ) may N I la: "..., e.H.wnfn. c.c:::;: 1: III 144 If ; 356 255
play In the outfield. ,
some, probably This next (Jim
.W.Y.rNnt. .. 4 guy .'m....... 34 McLAIN Danny It I 6-1 ItS Mwhham. lit. 3-29-44 Chicago. Iil._ Krccille 11 77 6 4 UI
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OIf..0..4 Cott._ ( on Page 2-D, Cols.. 74) ;; 15 MOSSI Don L L 41 200 Roc/wood City C911f 1.11.30 eh H.I.se.C.II' Detroit 24 123 7 7 '."
-- TOTALS' ..x101.'... 705A155 743 19 RAKOW, Ed U It 5-11 17' Kano.s City,Mo. S-3o.36 Pittsburgh,Pu,,_ Kamas City 34 174 9 10 3.93
'# ,.:,:.:,::,.,.7 .1. II it n-67 16 ROAN Phil I I 6.3 200 Grind Rapids.Mich. .. 6-37 Otsego Mich..._ Oot..11 38 189 15 9 3."
5.150 It 4 10 11-4 33 SMITH Willie L L 6-0 182 Anni.tunAle. 3.1 1-39 "IIIII.on.._..? nwKUN t" sal I. I I.n

WILDCATSIN 47 'S'AIMA, Joe R R 6-1 190 M.ssillonOhie 2.42 Mrlllo.__.. Knerale 0,5.19 I 11 6 f1 & : 553D.,1Yt 450
.. 5 t1 I t 460
:! I. WICItERSHAM, Dive R I 6-3 190 E.SpringRoidPu. 927.35 ErisPw___ k.....City 3. 238 12 IS 4.01
TOURNEYKNOXVILLE 39 5URROWS John R R 5-11 115 5.Itlmer.Md. 6- 1.44 tattlmme.lu.aeld 22 75 4 IJ .267
fREfHAN, 5.11 I I 6-3 200 .,rmlnoh.....Mkh 11.29-4 D.troit Mleh._ Dot.olt 100 300 9 36 .2'3
R Tenn. (AP) 12 IOARKI, Mke, I I 6-2 190 Wilt W.rwk..I. I. 11. 530 W..I W.rwlcLDotrolt 23 .4 0 I .318
rg41Li with Kron 36 SULLIVAN, dubs L I 6-0. 115 ...klnRldO..N.I. I. 3-41 SemeMll.. N.J." S"..... tot 323 6 35 sea
Corner 3 5 0 II ..000
dealing the knockout blow beat INFiElDERS ((8))
Tennessee 42.38 Saturday after-
25 CASH Norm I L 6-0 190 Eldo.deTern 1I.lo.4 lua./cabu'l./ D.tlOt 47 493 26 7' .270
noon for Its 21st Southeastern 9 LUMP!. Jerry L I 6-2 I" SprlneeeldMe. 4. 2.J3 UnrotnMo.. .._ K.ns.sC'y 157 595 5 59 .271
.,. Conference basketball champi 3 McAULIFFt Dick L I S-II 17. Unienvlll..Cenn. 11-29.39 Hartford.Csms.... Dot.oit ISO 56113 .1 .262
..r J I. onship. 2. OYLIe guy I I S-II 165 Marian. ....... 6-21.31 Indianapone. '..... Syracuse 14' .79 9 40 .213
The victory put the second- I PHILLIPS, Cobb. I I 5-9 173 N.ntnburg Miss. 224-30 West Point.MI.... DoI.olI 128 464 5 45 .24'
ranked Wildcats into the NCAA 40 SMITH, George I I 5-10 170 St...,.......,g. fl. 7. 7-31 St.'.""bu" .._ s.,...... "I 52 4'1 171 6 0 36 57 ..221C54e 216

playoffs with a chance for an I WEir Don It R 5-10 162 Now Provlde.ce! .P. 7.29.38 $tr.sburg.Pu..._ tw.cuN 3, 51 3 e ::27a
D.Sar 71 151 7 as 0259
1} 4 unprecedented fourth national 2 WOOD, I... It R 6-1 170 III"bolh, N.J. 622.37 III.b.th..._ Dotroll IS 351 11 27 .271
lampionshlp. Kentucky fin-
ished the season 11.3 In the con OUTFIELDERS (I)

ference and 21-3 over-all. 26 BROWN, G.... L I S-II 200 Det.oIl,MIch. 52.29 Crndln.OMo.,.. Iv,...... 60 22' II .3 ..25'DoIt.
." 55 12 2 14 tee
Kron the leading scorer with 31 lRUTON.liII" L It 6-1 169 MIIw.......WI.. 12.22.29 P.notsAla.___ Dotroll 1.552. C 4. .236
17 points broke open a tight defensive 4 DEMfTER, Don a R 6.4 189 Oklohom.CltyO.I.. 6-2S-3' Okl.hom.' Clty... Phll.delphl6 134 515 223, ..255S
yee' battle In the closing GOLDY, ,......1 a R 4.3 204 Wnsvitle No J. 11-21-37 Comdon,N.J.-. Doltolr I II 0 .250lrK.N

minutes of the first half whenhe 23 HOlTON, Willie R It 5-11 190 D.eit Mi h. 10.1..42 A"o,Vo._ fwKUN t1 47 J I 17 2 71 5 ,261 ate
stole the ball twice and .n..r1Hi 111 u2 I. 10 .333Dn,5t
dashed In for IS d I 4,326
a lay-up to
put 4 KALINf AI R It 6-2 110 F.nklirs.Mkh. 12.1"34 l.hlonoro.McI._ Detroit 145"12'1101 .312
the Wildcats out front to .Uy 19 STANLEY. Mickey R I 6-1 lIS Or..I.pl..MIdi. .2.42 Gr"'" lipids Knouvllte 112 404 1 5t .252
HARD AT WORK-Two ip4 ack4 mambart of th* Tiaar pitching staff toko a turn an thawarmvp Cotton Nash, Kentucky'sstandout 24 THOMAS George It It 6-3 190 Culver City Calif 11.29.37 1A1..poI'a_ Lot A.IA' ( ) 5J 16' 4 IS .211
nosed during yotrordoy's (ml Tiger ..H. At loft If nliof irar Fred ''''ddill'. At right h pivot man, was held to ...., 49 109 I II .239

Ala Koch, wHo was 11.2 .* Syracma kit .-...,. Tba pair arc koiiif conatoa1 ... t. Lid ..,,,, an all.time low of five points. .
-Tint pltytr. f-0fl voluntary rollrod fist0' / Hit.
.a tbs Tiger pitching stuff Km ,,,'''''',,. t L.d,.. f koto_ly Huihos) All were foul shots. j yw mlllltry

I-D LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March I, 1N4

5 Santa Fe Slant I
Downs Named To South I

(Continued from Page 1-D Cols. 2-1) IHkkman
I jCapturesTourney
) will be la there too. He's got a good chance .ul

Prep All-Star Squad be my third baseman.55"What 1

about Duke (Snider). 'Cue? You are going \\M

play him briefly" I

GAINESVILLE South squadfor McCarty: Dick Johnson, Arcadia t ) t "Well now Tm not lure he'i g tag to play at all Hi'M

the annual North-South All ; Paul Stairs, Okeechobee; pt. i i BRANDON Santa Fe's got a chance but I got some other fellows In liners too." i

Star football game was announced Richard McCarl, Miami Jack jl(Crimson Hawks managed to "You mean you're not going to play Snider?" the writer!

son; centers-Vic Bender, North overcome the slow-down tactics stared dumbfounded. |
yesterday McDonald
by Cary
Miami; Mickey Dimouro St of the OLPH Bear her last "Snider," Casey snorted: "I thought you meant that ft!.I

executive secretary of Pete Dixie Hollins; James Williams 'night at Brandon High gym to low (Carmel). I'll tell you I made a mistake on him (now!

the Florida Athletic Coaches Miami Palmetto; )chalk up a 38- 26 victory and it', Snider). I played him too much We needed those bin I

Association Quarterbacks-Randy Smith capture the Class C, Group 11 and be gets ma those M homer and I figure I need some I

The high' school classic I Ia Tampa Robinson; Chip Scharf- cage tourney. more of those homer so I play him too many times, I
scheduled for August 1 at werdt, Vero Beach; BOB Th. Lakeland Catholic

Florida Field. It will be preceded DOWNS Winter Haven; Harold school will play the Group Mora Rest For Duke

that afternoon by the Peacock. Pahokee. winner In the regional tourney
North-South all-star basketball I Backs-Fred Branch Tampa nest Friday, either at Dunnel- Tm going to try to give him more rest this season. And

prep Robinson Mike Blass l Len or Hawthorn. I think I'U get better result He nay be 37 yean old but
; Key
game. Both are under OFF AND IUNNINO-Mombm .f else Detroit Tigers ch.... sue of ki Hanlay Field droulna' .
West; Don Wantuck Miami Lanky Mario Monte the Cuban Cosh he bit that ball pretty good for an old guy, Stengelthe
sponsorship of the Florida room for tin .,.,,1"1 .f spring drllli yntorday "0.1".. Al far Itfl Dolt Mead slams .. ko ORjaynii refugee via Winter, Haven, By
Norland Miami
High School Activities Associa ; Henry Hall tKo ", ...11011 oi lit loRcoi' ovor kit ikouMor. At .irrom! right ,h Tiger! hvrlir Dive Wkkirahom. topped the Hawks with 12 .eptuaaenarlan-twlnklecL
Southwest; Richard Trap Brad- continued "We good pitcher. Guy I think
tion. Photogrophor In the middle/ *f else ", ..hi. h Presses SrronR ol the Auoclorod ,...... (Ledge ,h.,* but got needed assistance from He : got some
Holland Aplin of Tampa Robinson enton Manatee; Russell Cielow, who may do better than some guy think they will. Of course
ly Nsah.s. John Stanton who had I .
Is head football coach for Vero Beach; John Causey Belle -- -- F* led all the points.Santa Jickion'i got to be the big guy (Al Jackson). Now this Hook

the South this year, assisted by Glade. but the Bean using the slow way (Jay Hook) showing me tome pretty good ituff and we gota <

Jim McDowell of Vero Beach MORE SPORTSON Gators Ruin 2nd down technique managed to couple of young guys who may surprise everyone. I
and Bill Dawklns of Miami ] fellow there Grover Powell he Ian
PAGE 12-D stay In contention for most of "That ( ) comes up
Norland. I Eagles Add Stanfel the ballgame. year and pitches a pretty good game for me. And I got

SOUTH SQUAD I PHILADELPHIA (APDick Duarte and LaNuai topped the Carlton WUley' and he' a* good a* they come And Ole

Ends-Jim Cox, Miami Columbus Stanfel signed as offensive line Burns Terry LeadST. Hopes Of Georgia loser with 9 points each. The I Bearnarth (Larry) doe some good pitching for me and as
; Ed Boyle, Tampa Chamberlain coach for the Philadelphia Eagles Bear got only three basket in got Galen Cisco and that )'ounguy there (Ron Locke)."

; Joe Mirto, North Miami of the National Football AUGUSTINE (AP) Let the whole game.McClarnarl "Case, you got good service out of Tracy Stallard last

Stranahan; Ed Virgin, Ft Lauderdale League Saturday rejoining the ter Burn and Ray Terry bott I ATHENS, Ga. (AP-FIorida game outrebounded Georgia SANTA f.PS, OLpist1 f.It 110 year, didn't you?"

hue St. Pete; tackles-Mike Dixie Hollms Dono-Art club's new head coach Joe of Jacksonville/ grabbed firs t t defeated Georgia 69-64 In a 4WO and outs hot the Bulldogs N.! ..... I .J 1 ilOavMi Ouart_ 3 1Monr "Now he comes to me and they cay he don't pitch n

; Kuharich. Southeastern Conference basketball 44.2 to J7J. Dick Tern 4l5 l Pin' But he out there and the next thing I know the
In the get
leads good.
Lloyd, Coral Gables; Vic Venal round yesterday llnson for J .n"'. s 4 .1 Or... !
was high man the
Stanfel played guard for Ku MiuaaaakJ ; 4LaNui 1 IMahlar fellows ain't going to first they're going back to the dugout.
Belle Glade Don 38-hole St. Augustine best-ball game Saturday night to
; I '
harich at the University o( San Gators with 22 points and Ills .. i i 1'I "
Miami Archbishop Curley; Harris Francisco in 1948- O and with golftournament.Burns become the first team to beat baskets In the second half AI.A. ....n".. I | He give. me some good pitching.

Hardwood North Miami. the Washington Redskins of the and Terry fired 35.3 -. the Bulldogs in their new coll'' kept his team ahead. Tomlln- TOTAL .w1:5V5TOTALs| "satifteora s "Case 1* managing a team like the Mets-where you
Guards-Marty Bray, the rebounderwith have to make so many move and change In an effort to
Tampa NFL, and later was line coachunder I 87 on the 6,543 yard part 1 seum. son was leading is I
Robinson; Bob Hiple Ft. out al : ss-nn with a winning combo-more of a challenge to
Pierce Kuharich at Notre Dame.I.Ponce De Leon Club course. The victory killed possibilities 13.Georgia's. come up you
Jerry Waller scored than managing the Yankee?"

of Georgia establishing a .500 17 points and got 13 rebounds I to Stengel paused glanced at batting practice and chuckedhis
over-all for the first time
season lead the Bulldogs, but Florida chin. "Yen. It 1* to me. I think It Is more of a chal
sine 1950 and also ended Geor-
had the edge with its shootlni lenge. You really got te work to win one now." He hunched.
gla'[ chances of tying for second
The free throw line
was no help
In the SEC race. over and watched the player on the field.

The Bulldogs now are 8-6 In for Georgia as the Bulldog. "How about that new field (Shea Stadium)? I* it a better
made only 22 of 34, while FlorIda
the SEC and 11-14 over-all scored 11 of 13. hitting pace for you than the Polo Grounds?

BEND lam"" while Florida Is 8-7 in the conference SATURDAY COLLIOfBy "Well I'm not so sure. You got 330 down the line but

and 129 over-all. Tit.. Ar i.rd frail you got plenty of room In center. It ain't going to be no
VU II, I.. s5..
Florida substituted with I Gator Gridders (Purdiw IT, WlaaonalR ... hitters' paradise.. .

frequency throughout the Arm T4.tt. f Nat 4>y laoia II.Braka {e. The Met have been In existence for two seasonsMets
Hold Mart Pakata Itakt TJ, Narlh Dakotauka
ScrimmageGAINESVILLE II. and ridiculous have become as synonymous as podgert and
lee Mart C.r.li, ...
ROCHELLE BEATS 0.,. far TJ Indiana ... weird used to be In the 20' and 30'.. But some baseball observers -

W Florida'sCaton Craitriton a,, lee, .T.....Natra. Chrlatian Dama Tl II.1I.0tuc. are of the opinion Casey has done I better job managing -

BOOKER, 7473SARASOTARochelle's ran through a ragged inn .> 41 Columkla, Tannaaaaa H.tt M. the Meta than he did with the New York Yankees.
football scrimmage here Satur- Jakn'i .
REACH : : Panthers day-but head coach Ray Grave wnivaruty 44, MarvuatM M. Lauiavilll SOhia Tt One thing for sure. He's got the New York fan with him.
larakaad tt, flab Tannaaaaa Tl.rlnaaton .
The alttime low for relation when the
public came Yankees

closed their regular season had an ace up his sleeve. tl Corn.ll ..
on a winning note here Fri Linebacker Jack Card, tipping "Vala......tl..,. Harvard Btal ItT II Narthwartarit 57. tied the can to Case. And the way the Met are drawing,
Wake '....0 ,., N. C. ebb II.arlda the Yankee for that boo-boo in spades.
with 74-73 paying
thriller are
day night a the scales at just 167 pounds, ,. tt Oaarcia. Mam .
over Booker High of SarasotaIn was Just the man Florida.need. T.aaa., ,Taef II, PI 17...,d.Arkanaaa ttala M.t4.SOUTHIHN He's one of sports alltime fabulous character And despite

a Negro Southwest Conference ed to plug up the Interior line 5,0505, N, it,,.... sa, being in /is 70's he' a* sharp now as he ever was. Da Met

prep basketball game. holes. CMAM 'ON'H'CONPIIIINCSVMI I* Da Greatest!

,13 Five Panther were In double: "All In all, this was a ragged II, 0.....!W..Nr 5bn..SNCa MCAROLINA I Ii

Igures. James Foster led the and disappointing scrimmage. CMAMPIONIMIPLanalr i Short Sport NotesFrostproof
STRETCH :winners with 19 points followed Graves said. "But that Jack AIR Unyna rOnCI 11 5..n TOURNAMINrISamitmaU N
by Charles Abrams with 16 > I Bulldog basketball team 1 II not the only win.
; Card really something"At Tralnliaatan .
PaaKIa Air Faraa It. A.r S
Robert Hamilton i with 14 and mention of the speedy Command 11. ring team in the city's history but it I Ia the wmningesL Back in

Charles I Gibson and Roosevelt 1 chunky lineman, Graves imilet 111 Datra.t NIA aaee I the pant several Bulldog five emerged victorious over the sea-

I Pugh with ten each. The Panthers "When I first taw Card I lATU.DAY AA HIOH O.OU"5C5OOLCLAsf 5O.Isssvil. ton. The current edition, however sports best record of all .

r are now 18.8 for the season thought he looked like a choir tl '..ton. Mainland ... Major league baseball players will compete In their annual
and 16-5 In conference play. I boY'-and I played him because 0.1.... 5..,,. M Orlanda (vani 41.CLASt bowling tourney March 31 at Tampa'* East Gate Lanes. De-

They compete In the district I felt sorry for him. But after C__ 10. Tt...Yilla AA GROUP IICLAtt f fending champion is Lee Stange of the Minnesota Twins. Don
tourney beginning Wednesday at I watching him In action I just M Wintar A Oar dan*UkavlawCLAM Landrum won it in '62. There will also be divisions for coaches

Palmetto. can't wait to let our opposition N. A OROUr> T and for sportswriters and TV and radio men Sportswriters
Rochelle lost the jayvee game, have a go at blocking him out aytanl laattraaia 41. DaLand 41.CLASt .
a OPOUP 11 and television men who covered the Llston-Clay title fight and
2-38.. Charles Bell with J5 led of the play-because none of our Mount Bar 41. Ore .! 11CLMR .
A GROUP ISmyrna then tUaled.to covering baseball team lit Florida art still
I the Lakeland five.WHOLESOME. men can." ... ...
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The head Gator also tear Baaed Fathar Lapal tar .."-
praise for other grldders: Em I ..II .44.CLASS word 'fix. As Dick Young of New York declared "No one

I Randy Jackson backs Billy Jot.a Part ......_.,.AA I*. OROUP Pamaan II Mack STCLAM thought of the word 'fix' until Cassius himself screamed after

James Jack Harper. Old I t ... Laudirdala* OROUP, Pin.IIJuaitar Cra.t M. the fight: 'It wasn't no( fix.' Then we started getting a little

andFUN Kirk and Jimmy Jordan. CLASS Ckammada A OHOUP tt, IIMdlywaad Miami Laaalla suspicious." All of the writers who were there agree there

Two Gators were seriously! II CLAM AA OROUP. 14Mallvwaad wa nothing phoney about the cut eye*. "H. (Clay) chopped

; injured at the practice. Tackle! as, MaArthur t*. Nartn Miami' I him up pretty good there," another New York writer added

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(Finally Finley (SMALL TRUCK oWNErf'CALL

KYFi. (Finishes f Feud


: I Charles 0 Finley has signed a YOUR WARDS TIRE .
four-year stadium lease for his
Ubieties( ending his bitter dis.1
f putt with the city which led him MAN BEFORE YOU BUY !
to the brink expulsion from
h the American League.

,1 mlev. Mayor Ilus Davis and
,w' (Jther city officials appeared A
sow iriMous to forget the extended
hitsAnd Controversy and concentrate on
)m z cite baseball team
The city sought and obtained
a four year pact with a clause
terming It "firm binding and I
non-cancellable. Mayor Davis f ,
said this meant the city could YpUR '\
but V ''seek an Injunction against Fin WNAt 15 '
tgeldni ley moving the club and sue for gUSINES52 t
damages if he should. # +

in. i iAERIAL the The city American to the League limit. Just backed a Laundry HEAVY SERVICE NYLON

'o (week ago AL owners voted to 1 50kery
got authorize a meeting to consider Store *
and act on lifting Flnley's (ran. Grocery
chise He quickly told the city Plumber
alt Store 1488
. he would sign for four years ,Nara
But Davis was ,determined in H J
.Ie.e his stand that a binding lease flo%'t
was essential to win back fan I

support. In the two-month lease WARDS OR 6.50.16 6-ply rating. . 18.88
last CAGERS-M' of the L.kilgnd DroodnoujhN and King Lions H''''.. t* b* ofIn dispute Finley sought to move .'" to It
the sir during 'rid.,'. L.k.I.nd-King (.m.. At left, gob O.nkrink ((42)) .f the 'D.dn.ughh the club to Louisville Ky" and p ?IR RUCK! 7.00.15, 6-ply rating. a. . 21.88
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therut. Lion. At tight, Roboit Volomno (1441), Lokilond ctnUr, koiltloi Kin.'. Ricky McKinmy (12)) Atlanta and Dallas to qualify! Full depth tread gives positive
lor rtbound (Lodgor Photo. ly Hugh.i). The city won this point after
two days and two nights of often traction and skid protection. Nylon cord body

CARTER heated talkl.Theater. resists Impacts wears longer.
to r? c *Plu> excise taxHIWAY

you Lakeland Devils JAMES ELLISNEW Showing r A
:d YORK (AP) fiubin Liston-Clay FilmThe COMMERCIAL
(Hurricane) Carter t mean
.i. f
film of the heavyweighttitle
Score VictoriesBy looking man with a moustachewho fight Tuesday night at the r88
is firmly entrenched as the Miami Beach Convention Hall
tot Mo 1 challenger In the middle between Sonny Liston and Cas I .00.16
JACK SLAYTON Mply I r.tlll' ,
weight ranks is much more interested sius Clay now Is being shown
Ledger Sports Editor at the Polk Theater.
wtno In getting a shot at 6.50.16, 6-ply i 22.88
Lakeland led all the and Winter Haven trailed most of Daily showings of the film
way i
7.00.15 . . .26.88e
Joey Archer than champion I' 6-ply rating
1:13 3:49 8:25
the way before rallying to win In opening game of the Group I.: are : p.m. : p.m. :
is Class AA Region III basketball tourney here Friday night at'Joey Giardello p.m. and 9pmAccording Rugged nylon for longer wear, protection
the Lakeland Senior High School gym I' "I want to get Archer In the to theater manager against heat blowout. Lower cost-per-mile.
ring," the 26-year-old Paterson Cliff King the film will run at I
' The Dreadnaughts earned their berth In the finals with a
- 'N.J., middleweight said yester- least week.
0a- 78-60 win over King Lioni Lakeland had their lead cut to four a PLUS EXCISE TAX
day after a lop-sided decision Clay won the heavyweight
points at the end of the first period and to eight points In the over James Ellis In a nationally championship with an unpredicted .
final quarter before spurting to wrap up the contest. I televised bout in Madison Square seventh round technical
Winter Haven trailed Brandon Garden Friday night knockout over Liston
I.S.. 's Eagles until four minutes of baskets by Bob Kirby I It'. a matter of professional
were left in the final period be Then Bobby Downs Mike pride you see Carter a re FHA VA ri a I, d J,iL
fore they surged ahead to stayIn Page George Davis and Rick formed ring wildman lost a 10 MORTGAGE LOANS
toI chalking up a 57-54 victory. Anderson poured in the pointsto round upset decision i to Archer 117 N. KENTUCKY AVE. OPEN DAILY 9-5:30 FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
They tallied 14 straight point give Winter Haven a hard last Oct 25 U rankles The Hurricane .i FIRST MORTGAGE FLORIDA CORP.

and Eagles scored after 25 Brandon to but had S for taken the earned victory. I loafed a bit In that one I "......,.C..Or t 10. "OUR."d a lutiNSW*M.. I tlwwrh+LJ-wu.w. ..........,...........,IOII .....,,1 ''J'IIIT. .?. .J' ,.dI.7
Downs led the winners with and lost a fight he should have m.i MU 'HIT UMttM,
a 37?8 lead In the third period. 14 points won I
Joe Shelrut led the Dread-
1.It' naughts with his best eight of
the season with 23 polqts.
It'd Foul trouble hobbled Paul SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
It'n Jackson and guard Kenny Deal
missed the game because of a
leg Injury. But Robert Valentine
collected I; Dan Sherman
s got IS and Hank Holding j
s and Guerry Jones both up
d from the jayvees chipped In l f
U with I and tour vital points respectively. '. .. Bally I. '. a gentleman's shoe '.... .

i Balding did a good ,
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Jt attack In the second half. :,

a Bill Davis kept the Lions In Imported from Switzerlond truly elegant without affectation _;,

e striking contention In the first trim and masculine Bally bows to certain current style trends with
half while Ricky McKinney and BROTHERS
J Leslie Parker were responsible '' svn teT out compromising classic simplicity and comfort. 32.50

J for the Lions closing the gap I In
t the second half. McKinney had Muas' Men's Shoes
t 12, Davis 11, and Jim Morrow
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Shelnut dropped In three big
t baskets In the final period to
t send Lakeland far In front /'
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1f I nine baskets and was S-for-S
at the foul line.
Brandon jumped in front on
J the shooting of Jim Storch In y err
the first half and surged to a
J point edge in the third periodon
the foul shooting of Craig v
Fetherman ((4-for.I) and a paiMotorcycle
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Sunday,LAKELAND Mirth I, ISM LEDGER_ Mason Rudolph Tops si SPORTS OF THE TIMES


Haines City, New Orleans OpenNEW i

ORLEANS (AP)-Unerring ., ley Wysong for a 144. Borg os Look

Lake Wales accuracy with his pitchlni: snapped back with a 70 for 146 Managerial

Irons tent Mason Rudolph Into, Wysong also had 148. 1

the lead of the $50.000 Create Fred Hawkins shot his secane'straight 1---

Quintets Win New Orleans Open Golf Tourna 71 for fourth place al! 1I By ARTHUR DALEY or the opening day rut tI1

ment Saturday with a 38.holt' 142. followed by Bobby Nichols: I fsimea season You have the utteil:
(is t Cuitjsrk
slx-under par 138 with the thickshadow 71-72-143 and the veteran E J, until the first pitch is thrown!

two Polk County high schoolbasketball of Jack Nicklaus not far' (Dutch) Harrison 71-72-141. FT LAUDERDALE-Whitey Then you just say to Youricl

teams advanced to 1 behind at 140. Ford the new pitching coachof Here we go,' and you're aright .

Group tournament finals Friday Rudolph who admits he can't the New York Yankees, was Like Ralph Houk sa; J

night while another was eliminated see the "E" on an eye chartwithout WOLVERINESTRIM wearing a look of utter frustration 'The easiest part of this spur]

thiclc-lensed glasses, when he rushed into is when the game starts "

Lake Wales and Haines City added a 70 to a first round 68. ILLINIANN a I I the clubhouse just before a The Rookie School had to!

moved Into the finals of the he missed only two greens session of the preliminary bring back one vivid memory!

Class A, Group 14 tourney at ARBOR Mich. (AP>- Rookie School a week or so to Yogi because that's where!
Haines City. Lake Wales Mcklaus Hits 70 Mlchlgan's basketball team I .
ago. He hastened to his practically it all began one year ago. He I
measured Hardee High of Nicklaus, 23-year-old Masters squelched an Illinois uprising I In fearless leader Yogi got to talking about it in fond)

Wauchula tWJ, while Haines and PGA champion was equally the: final moments with ..omefancy Berra the new manager of recollection.

City misted Sebrlng, 5043. consistent as he shot a sec maneuvering Saturdayand the Bombers. "I was at the Rookie School I

Over at Mulberry. Zephyrhllls ond round 70 over the 7,020-yari) beat the Illml 89-81 to re- "I'm embarrassed Yog," last year because I was a I

knocked Off host Mulberry 44- par 72 Lakewood Country Club lain a share of the Big Ten said Whitey. "One of the kids coach" said Yogi "and the !

39 in the Class C. Grout 14 course In near-freezing temper- leadership said to me, 'am I pitching today very first day Ralph took me |

playoffs atures.In Ohio State kept its share of ?' Alii I could do was mum off to a corner.

Lake Wales and Halves City third place was Dave Mart, the lead by beating Indiana 73- ble and tell him I'd let him 'How would you like to |

were to have played for the young touring pro from New 69 know later on because I suddenly manage?' he said.

Group 14 title last night. Rochelle N.Y. who sank a 70-) Illinois pulled within one pointof realized I couldn't re- 'Manage who?' I said

Lee Debault led the Lake foot the final hole for the Wolverines with about 10 "
putt on a member who he was. Worse 'Here. The Yankees. H. |
Wales Highlanders of Coach 71 and 141.Arnold minutes left. But Michigan than that he was sitting said

Dale foal Fair Willis1 with 23 points. Coach Palmer failed to shake pushed to a U-pomt margin against the wall and I couldn't "Where the hell are you |
Haines City Hornets I'
a prolonged slump and shot a | with about seven mlnutM peek at the number on his going?" I said.
to's were paced by Fred Com- 71 for 147 His same generally left after two stolen passes by STAN'S THE MAN-Phoroi .t left end riche! thaw Stan McDonald ((10) .f the Kgfhlaan. High, back Whatcha do in a case 'I'm going to the front of.

par Eddie a 20-point tossed performance in 19 Improved but after a 33 on the Cazzie Russell led to two Michigan School Red Devils .hosting lump shoes ogamif the Aubumdol High tloodhoundl In opening gems like that?" fice as general manager' he |

markers to Murphy lead the losing cause front nine he took a double field goals. Friday night ol the Clou A, MI,IM 4, Creep ti lovrtMmint .! the Keehle.0 Stniw High "m. "Do what I done the other said. That afternoon I went

for Coach Bob Ross' Mulberry bogey seven on one hole and a I Russell scored 28 points and AubuindoU pl.,... ore Harold Hunt (SlI), Jerry McCcrty (2SI)I. John Wi.g.7t'(35)) end Steep day" a.ld. Yogi. "You get with him and Roy Hamey to

Panthers. bogey on another to ruin his set a Michigan one-season scoring Etharidgo ((21) KothlooH apses Aupur.dali IT.IS. (IL...., Photo, ly Hughes) him on his feet and stall until Dan Topping's yacht. W.

round. record of 539 points breaking you get a peek at his number. settled It then. Houk would

FSU Nips Florida Left.handed Bob Charles ofNew the mark of 534 set last year GROUP 13 TOURNEYKathleen Then you compare it againstthe succeed Hamey as general

Zealand the British Open by teammate Bill Buntin. names on your list. That's manager and I would succeed

GAINESVILLE (AP-Florlda) ling, and year-old Julius ( .. what I done with Jim some- Houk as manager. But the

Sta defeated Florida, 108. yestorday -toros, the American Open titleholder Florida Wins body-or.other. You know the deal was to be kept a secret

in the opening golf match made strong comebacksbut Five guy 1 mean-No. 84." until after the World Series

oC) the season for both schools found themselves well out of WINTER PARK (AP) Thin I Yogi has all the answers already My wife still can't believe I

TJe best round was a 71 shot contention. University of Florida defeated ...OWLS*.STTIS"Mathar could keep a secret that long.
by Laurie Hammer of Florida.( w. L. A air of authority has To tell you the truth I can't
Charles fired a four.under-par Rollins College 7-2, yesterday In PurnituraShall 100 .1 new
The Florida freshmen whipped 68, the best score of the day the first tennis matches for both lane H..n.eru5 ... . S7 17 .tTu5N enveloped Lawrence Peter either. But I did"

the FSU freshmen 9-3 I)matched by freshman pro Dud- schools this season Upsets 'Hounds 5ks's aorvloaartaa ai..., NarraH'1. Oulf tl tarMiait'aariaa 74. Berra and a new serenity too. Doubt as to Yogi's ability to

..... miMian The strangest part of it all is handle his new role is fast
NNn .._ tao..., uc... O.w. .So
Neh fame 1..Wu.l -rem,.. ........ that none of these characteristics disappearing. He is deporting

Charge MyricVs I0-dor Charge Peoples' link.Mtrchont end I" Individual fa** ........ seems awkwardly misplaced himself as an executive as he
By JACK FLOWERS Cline Dink Rhodes Silver .1
Tony. .aw when superimposed on deported himself at batwitha
I t: Mf-rnli's 1t..I.i... Charge Accounts Florida Niriaml Seek Charge Planar I Assistant Sports Editor and Galloway Taonla Idwardo ITS O Illi_Man Mandril the image of the old Yogi graceful fluidity and natural

John Galloway made a spec Coach Miller summed it up 175.sellbl ...-7. .,,55 ._.. Berra. ease. One early convert-pre-
"it fine Judy ........., ..", M.e. .5.5.1.' .
was a team effort. To s he needed
I acular .debut Friday night as Tan... .-.. t. 0..'.", He's the same good-natured suming even con
Miller it was not an upset. "It's 3Cud .I Nakloi, 4.w rawrlia SumnarSdwardai fellow he rlways has version was Joe DiMaggio
114 Lucllla Oiglli
captain of the Kathleen High nut an upset when you expect been but the burden of his Perhaps the Yankee Clipper

For 'I School Red Devils basketball it. When you work hard on something POLK I" IIII.LW.. L.I. responsibilities has forced to helped because he was like

Iteam. you expect it to happen I.. iraHa..aMacAiahalt.. .Cl. .... .. .... 54 55 II the surface qualities which all the other coaches at the

I It was Galloway's basket with ," remarked Miller smilingfor I. sell Iu....... stub 17MVt had lain dormant. By golly first meeting the new Com
4 Jr .
4 Shrine cuss Ng ag 47
11 seconds left to play that one of the few times this H.Dh Ham w...1 ..-,.... 3550.NSh it's hard to believe but re even mander-in-chief held with hn
NOW! gave Warn gamai atrolla't, 444Individual
season. N.Oh: aarioai aranka '..111..,. appears to have acquired a staff. The Jolter was respect.

I la Coach 37-36 Don Miller's the Red Devils In two previous meetings of On'Nwn .iMlvN.a ...... IrN ...... U. certain dignity and firmness.He ful and attentive thereby giving
upset over Auburn Auburndale and Kathleen duringthe .
t I : dale High Bloodhounds In the ..... .....10e... aeMa.s 10.1 th.. sum.... was able to be unconcerned Berra the huge morale
regular season Coach Bill sea, 5e, Wll...... 111 .... the other day when the boost he needed
(1' contest of the Class ,.... ... Swer5w.. _,
The best of everywhere opening A, Alexander's Bloodhounds had 2401 sea W. 101
( "Yogi is going to do all
I Mil K'"' Mal Lwe 20H Froaarma varsity battery men reportedfor
Region 4, Group 13 tournamentat
both times Auburndale
won "
I their first workout and he tight, said DIMadge. {
the Kathleen Senior High brought the only winning record
INTO CITY when the rest learned long ago that no one
I I will be the same
Hart Schaffner & Marx gym. In the second Bar into the 9-5 In the LIAQUIw L.
L 4 game tournament,
-- I should sell short
Caw .. Praia at IIa. of the iquad checks In a few ever Yogi
tow High's Yellow Jackets Southwest Florida Conference L.rwn ....... Pi.n..51'n MVtII
I '. hence. The toughest session I still can remember the first
I. l $ nd MM.I H II days
gained the championship round and 13-9 overall. Kathleen had .. M... ".... ..
I4)) I by eliminating the Pasco High I finished 1-11 In the SWC and Nish ..... ......, Lo..4't lun'... S.e? for him was the openingof time I ever noticed him. And

Pirates of Dade City, 62.55. 4.16 for all games .".'U.H. .. stem. oamai Lo,.'t Sunland/ a..., the Rookie School a fort you must admit he's a difficult
gzl. because this was man to avoid noticing He had
DACRON and WOOL I Kathleen and Bartow were Jerry McCarty paced Au- High IMiv.du.wi55t John Marian. night ago ,
formal debut manager joined the team late In 1946
USH his as a
to have last for
played night a burndale with 14 points while 'oh Individual ..onll John "Marian. of him
and I
never was aware
berth In the Region 4 playoffs Harold Hunt and EtherIdge 1 .
i In Thursday afternoon's final had 10 each. Hunt fouled out Hub McAnly MO, 100 ease II.'''' .....aid. "I was too excited to sleep until I saw this peculiar-look

1 Next to an ocean cruise the most comfortable pre-tourney practice, the with 4.M to go In the contest.McDonald' 200."...It.20*lOli, John Tom Marian Tnum,Mil 1141 Ion Willard Mil the night before," he admit ing creature waddling up to
4 Red Devils named Galloway for ......, llli ..11 Andersen Mil S. L. ted. "I had butterflies in my the plate with a bat In his,
I 12 were lops .
to keep cool Is to spend Smith 204.Huh
.captain. However It was not Kathleen. Rhodes finished stomach. It was Just like the hands for his first swing at

I i the summer in. a Jight, light tropicalsuit I ail Galloway In the triumph with eight and Galloway added OLYMPIC LIAOUIvv. LONe beginning of the World Series major league pitching. :..-
from our Hort Schaffner Gr Marx I _rtr Auburndale, pre-tourna- seven. Doan'. s..Caramiea... ahoa .. .. out 71 .44..* w
ment favorite. Coach Wayne Mundy's Bar- aattyg Standard Oil 44 47
e. Yews 44 47
collection. The fabrics ore cool-weight I It was Tony Meador's defensive tow Yellow Jackets built up a Nr1 oman".on w.wr ....... T....'. ..... Fishing And HuntingBy
... '. .
Nigh Warn .10' "" |" CaramieaHigh
/ wonders: finespun worsteds and wilt- play against the Blood- 33.26 halftime advantage and ..1.
/i\ I hounds' high-scoring Booty Eth- then matched Pasco pomt-for- ..T.Individual, aarlaai Owe .ftI"... FRED W. JONESFlsihln.Huntlnl

s less miracle blends oil tailored by I ridge.. Etheridge netted only point In the final two periodsfor 554.Individual llnolat, J. RaainganI7S I Editor

I l k HS&M in crisp, natural lines. Put out 10) points eight coming in the their victory. M Oammailanli OASIS.M Can I" We have a letter from A. E. Holton. 919 E. Walnut from

last quarter and far below his Tommy Howell led Bartow to Hohnoan, 111Salitoi which we'd like to quote parts and comment thereon:
i '"+ to see these HS&M coolers J. Toaff, S.lOi, L. Waicht S.7t
today. 26.2 It Stan Mc
average. was with 23 markers while Ronnie .. Grove Fish
4mlh. 5-ti| A Hulchooan 4 7.llKnawloa. 0 "The Tilapia in the T1 pit in the Pleasant
Donald's 12 points and brilliant tossed In 16 and I.10. S 101 a Phillipf, S I 10'' ,
i ii Mooneyham S. Hulta, S.,. Management Area are reported to be doing fine weighing
eboundmg:It was the fine floor Walker had 11. Pat Ward
: from Larry
$85 been to a
'\ \ play of Ralph !Harden Jack of the Pirates topped all Individual s NAI S P.ITH 21% pounds and more, but the problem has
w. LCawkayg
..C15.17NaMMt.. : $ for the night with . .. in II bait they will take readily 1 am experimenting a
I scorers 0'.... .. II U "
if successful I will let know .
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r.aa 125. Alvin Valentine added 12 to c........ II 71 bait you

: NEW MERC 110rhiTwinthatTrollilikig3hpl I the losing cause. O.m ...... 221135i ....... ...n.. II Now you all probably are well aware of the articles and
I high loam gamai lI.on.. 444. other "enthusiastic comments" concerning this species over

lJ\ P.S. New and Slacks also! .AP.TOWa High....I Individual.., ., sawO.. flafcin. ., 107,., I also
--s' c Sport Cats ITA PT<* r '" O. .1.a.n.SUNDOWNIPS 10.a ahini 4 a L. RakSI the past couple of years. And most of you will probably

I p.Wa15M Maanayhar: I 4 4 t I i iZXL u I recall that we had been a little "cautious" about them.

may I !1. *. .. .. II U I LSAOUIW. L. Well, they have prospered survived freezing weather

e, c ssr: : "":. i :J : J. a, :1 L' "Arlaralt". ...... .41. II II which had been considered a hazard and do appear to be

C Maanayham S 5 J I. J. ..ailsa.u5.... .. N 1Uiv > doing fine Indeed. '
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TOTALS .... as 17 a iiI 4i ,hMM.
I PASCO ,Hun Warn ..onll J. AM .....,.*. biologists and they told us they were going to poison
.. rTM" rValantlno PTa lON
Faster ... I I 4Cu'hlan II... 'IMfvidu.l< _..., Amnvtv .Ma. "
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Is March 29 9.8 ...?. I f j i Harm. JU. si M e'm,1 law 155. S 51 .. ='i'I0"5.55.' Wan 11555, 5 57

Just 4 weeks N UNN IIUSII ssr:: : :''.:' i! J tla : xI:.j M.... .....111... sate OAMIt"Ise Ammw "McGlur 5.m.1: :MjndTy.'i-Tre.t J." 1444 a m.i N.eh.do 554' s SI 41*.?.4.m.. 4 14 p'm.I law 10 IIam
more .: IU LNr T./5r' I7si 1104 ami ,...., til a m.1 oala. til .m | moan naaa II"
fIj HP ...- .. ..'j j j j MO eases* Ism.l MSS 121, 4.m.
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TOTALS .. M II 11 14 :II' aok N.._. Mti Jwr ..,...,
.ASHIOMSO SHell I ..... ky .....>rat 01; ". the species out and give up on them because they wouldn'tbite.
..._ .. . II t7 It 11- *oa ,HP.IIS,
.._ .. .... II 14 14 ._ Oon* Harria, 401Picking .
Mere ill il a drum! ttpufnmiliki I, Of"'>ala" law. ,-"and 0.".". ,, 4.II at 4tha o ......"to..d,. J I.7 O|. .000.tlrlekland ... Well we discouraged them on this for some had been
obgino. I 7 10) Joan J. S 7| C.
112 ht, troll likt 13 hp mil mihili I Ka'NIssNPO FTA FTC' P PTI!,ealia IIKoarth 1.lOi .Morng. ft.ItarS caught and we thought more experimenting should be done.

A Nunn-Bush Easteris tike i 15't it dpi Stow lilith, cir Hid H.dM, ,::::;;: : : : : aMD.ald" I.l 7-ti., M.lot.....(Harrnan Morgan,, S I.101 Ml. Alma I. L.. HuttM.goon hn.tH.. So, too, did Holton. The biologists agreed. You fishermenwho
inyoliiii When you let there, I I II.
:.7 I I : : : use those pits could also do some IXperimentin.andreport
I flip ol 'the starter rope ten it purr :::;;:
a Better EasterOne Ins to tiki yoi nhiro the hug' ones M.de .... I i a a 3 lOSTONI ISAQUIW L every Tdapia you catch by all means!

I'l Smooth Glide Angle" dent nth,' ...r.. ::::: : I .e ;I well Snglnaarlni, N II.40.' (Some have been caught on worms but they don't bite

then prool prop slips over und ban TOTALS .. ii ii ii attsueuoNOal5 Sr.elum.n. .. II OIl them well.)
and through weeds Full' (urshiltlicliiiivi Incklantfi UvhaKtorl, ., '"

of the smartest things a man ever 'learns lit Prop lihiuit Su it to- pa PTA PTM r rn Camant Sal, ...r.rad.-. w-.I.t CollSwall'wal. ..Mo.nw155,1 To help anyone who Is interested In experimenting, we

t Is that it pays to buy good shoes. Give yourselfthe day. It.i the perfect trifilnif compimon PMwrd.e .;;;: 5 a e } a5 I .JOII.N. .. .5.5 lIonll Snginoarlntt' .,ll might point out that mullet in salt waters, which also do not

''' l ass,,. .... bite on the usual baits and are similar to the Tilapia In feed
: Iii Men wdlalduel 5.135l 5'd w1o.
right send-off this season Get Nunn- Only $13.00 per monthMERCURY Mcw..7= : ::: t 5 5 ul Nisi l"01'.1 ass 5aaa oases. S.d Wills I". ing habits, are being caught by some experienced fishermenwho
i .5 ,,,. ..., Carl ....... II. (II. use such "tidbits" balls
Bush Shoes with superior Ankle-Fashioned ....ft.". S S 5 Mil,01 D'W. tall liar, Waady ........... as boiled crab sponge; dough ;
TOTAL . ii a ii ji 12. I.." >ii.... lei scraps of moss etc. There must be something that the Tilapia
ni character coddling comfort and Jackpotof _. 400 CAMS
a .. hi e.artNMK.MIm will munch onl!
I 11 51-51 ..01 With. ....
Auaurnalaki. . 144 IMOln.alo ".",n. ia .... aplllal. Rick wauolaoa.Jl .
extra months of good looks! ..... and ConnarvPIOMT 101 aoarg 11_"'. I.111 la*.lioa.man. Holton also sent along a clipping of some experiments
S lot f. B ......,..... S t 10. being carried
11I10" out by the Texas Game and Fish CommissionIn

-n EDGERTON SHOES $12.95 TO $11.95 New.,TONS A-_ajuamIggta .._ KHurrlaanalTha Praaa TNIANOLS W. L. which fingerling snapper redfish (channel bass) and flounder

C.,_, .._.. N. J.. ..u5ewnbd a-! Hadia 4. T.V. 71 MOrntal were taken from "fresh
Outboard) Sales t Service/ J._ [lln, 1455/" .......,,'... }. ..... Dad a T.V. MVl MVi the Gulf and released In Inland
ar., 10.MILAN. Italy IHVk, 4... Haoliinary.I... II It 40 IS water" lakes as far as 500 miles Inland. The clippings, were
style 1171 1415 .. Puke MU 2-J75 lawa.1 and PakM TN1nhWrshL, Italy High o. am aariaat lake Hanry Uravat.High from the March, issue of True magazine.
i .0. 117'
black or hnewe L.hl..4 .ami Mute Wahlart, 144), **r- aoam lamai Havandala tanaa, They have recovered of after a
., .... some those "fmgerllngs"
wan an 5,5
23.95 ;::ul'a Dnaldi, ,deau..te.b_ High individual individual wen erne 00.0 eel .Allara.._, 441High u,.. year and a half and more in the "fresh water" lakes now
_ _ 200 OAMIS: and some of the redfish have !
110111011 Ji weighed much 17 pounds
w Doan AI..... 117 Illi Prank w laan. as as
'M .001, T.n, ......._. 114. llli C. T.Nn1 .. I Needless to say the fresh water fisherman manmile..
lilt L.., Varh. Illi Andy Cuaclt.ara.
WANTED Nil John .._ Mi UTamak Inland, Is both astonished and delighted when he pulls in a
'21. Mil Oona ...ftn. nsa
loll ..01 W.II.. 275. 05,5 "...... 2731hb redfish weighing that much. They count the Texas experiments
1.11. 2151 N..... ._. 054,
WOMEN OMrN ._.,.. na,. 111. .J\\ ... as a big success.
P.II C........ III sr
M.tn..r,115 522ua,5w lOlI Tw, However the experiment Isn't over. They have provedthat

e tram II to II. Praaara n..r (or U S. Civil Saovtaa lag satyr 315. .oo 555155 the young fish can survive and do at an astonishing
,.:: in this, araa during the Mat It manlha.Oavarnmant _. AII_ 545. O..rN .."' ,... rate-and have grow
._. probably proved that could be established
oo r : aa high at 144444) 4 manHl N atari 5411 er T.Mk 550 N.nrr a fishery
Thay prawida 0:1.-:' ooourity than arivala amalavmant, ana) 101. in those lakes which would astonishing -
aMcollant aaaaMun. far advanoamant. .... provide some
N Mtlg 9? aa ._...._ ............ gr oaaarnnaa.uf paaitwna raguira "" ".UlN..1 CLASSICL. "fl'f'lh water" fishing

to gat ana N thaot laaa. ran -.M The aomaaanly I. l5k Hanny MaaiW Park 44Vkrait /7K Bur IL might have to be a man-made far they
5.tws 4 Lee. I'd I, mnr0 sews aaoa. I.. .. Paada II 1fM. fishery-so
T..on No. 7 44Vg 11'"1 haven't evidence
Llnaaln Sarvlaa 'holaa thauaandi far taala any of natural reproduction. If there is
araaara ovary Toam I . 40 44ah
4. Na.
yaar II la ana a t Ha iaraaol and aidail .,,,.:: aomad aahaala N. a aartaat. Toam .... f. MMah natural reproduction
>am even will area
we the
ft Ita kind and w na aannaalad antk Via avarnmant.Oavarnmant loam aamat Toam N.. 1.04.. agree experiment
D e/slinkin0 wrwa eI15/,1/e. ..... Inaludlnt ltd a* aa.o .M... IndrvMual aarlaoi Chat Marnaan. tremendous success.

V ay will .:'0.5Y1 dolailt out aauaan an hew rau mail gan: .araaara a TODAY yaunarlDW II.555.. .....i.I.{ .... ._ ChN ", ...,-. However, as far as this applies to us You will note that
t., .5555 ...... 333
1Itf"i 215 0555 we put quotes around the words "fresh water" ach time we
< aMay-ACT NOW! Choi ,Marrloan, n. M4i Dana 1I..ft-
lor, 1141 Walt Pawlar. UK tWrtghfc ..... used them. This la because the Texas lakes selected have a
0'r Illi Id Phlll, ..., S04. high salt
LINCOLN SERVICE Dopt. 21 404 lia.141Chrt content-not as high a* the Gulf of course, but certainly
.__. .
raklri, Illliwii .o{ many times the salt content of our lakes end streams.

t am vas, *s5 1._..... _.. land aw 4kaalu.. 5 .... iSOS4 Won. Loot Holton lauds these experiments as well as those our Commission
S (.i...< of U I. e.w w-ws _...- and 10'.'_ I2 In1w I. 4)1I ........ 1* Is
for MEN and BOYS"From ..... an Haw U 5e41rtrw a U.S. ANomt ...._. Hanall C... It 51 doing with striped bass, etc. And we aw all in
Ci II" favor of them too.
. . .. . . A.*. . is1.:_ C5055 II 10H.
... "'on 54wIAI15r Cass. 551.N22a But in Florida we'd be more in favor of trying tarpon
Stro.1 t phone . . ,1-. wSNi.e NIN and snook for example. In our fresh water lakes. For we have
"ltd |ir J.>*telu.l t|._ Fran fr"
4 to 104" 121.123 S. Kentucky City . . . . . Stot . . . 1.1. .... seen these species in good sites in fresh waters on many I
N-ek IMWidY.l /rail Ira.
I "j) occasions, We are confident they'd prosper and perhaps
a.m.Ie11 sIINII0 t. 171 0AM[
Pr.a F..,,, era. even reproduce in our lakes.1D .


. .. .- .. ._ .. ., "- .. ...-- --- -- .. .. .. -. .. . .. -. . .

I r LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March I. IK4 J-D

!Jet Age Passengers Still Just Sit And Wait, And Wait I


w.gJf ZURICH. SwItzerland (AP>- air terminal after anotherandwait. "Pan.Eagle Airways regretsto Or this announcement: |Zurich:
Way back in the dark days ot But now they always get announce that night 18205 to Here's. another, exactly ai It "We regret to announce a delay ,
air travel, when planes never the word. Podunk and Texarkana has emerged from the loudspeakerof In the night to Milan, due j
Dew on time. the long-suffering They are told every 10 minutes been delayed. The reason Is a a leading airline: I to operational reasons." ,
PAI iTS passenger* didn't get the. word. that their plane will be delayed mechanical on the aircraft. "Flight 102 to London has What coulu be clearer than '
wfN.WrwAMS They just Mt there, none another hour, and they "A mechanical on the aircraft been delayed. The reason Is,that? And In three languages'?
Ilngv air terminal after another are told the reason why. The ," Indeed. Aside from the ramp congestion and the replacement It's about time that the airlines
-and waited. trouble is they can't understand fact that It Isn't English what aircraft Is a turn. came right out and told us
In the |jet age things are dif the word when they get It. does It mean? around." I in plain words why we have
ferent. Passengers sit aroundone Here's a typical announcement Did the engine fall out? The Take this announcement fresh been sitting around the terminalfor
chromium and flourescent : tail drop off? from the airport loudspeaker In! hours
h h __ _


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NEW LOCATION-Th. Sh.rwm.Willi.ma C.., In "...ill.; .. In L.k.l.nj, sine 1941, h urn In
Mi niw loctti .! 1 terd., ind ,.....,. Richlrd lolmond, .........., tuplomtd, th.t the MW lecotlon .ff... ample .ff.
Street Borkinf end hi oeciitiblt' from th... oppr"ch... Th. company kandlti t compUta lint ..1tr
Ilpop.r ,.1"" end Minting oqmpmtnt and .",,11...

d. )
9 New FirmsChartered .


In PolkNine ,
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The finest Tire on the American Road

Polk County new have organizations been chartered In.: 700t/i Publix Store Will MARCH

to to business, Secretary 01 f
from State Tallahassee.The Tom Adams. announce: Open Tuesday In Haven MILLER PREMIUM IMPERIAL SERVICE

O. T.new, Inc.organizations Highway 33,are Lake: Keeping pace with the ever- and popularity. In 1953, Publix's 1 e.IV .ld.MUivnwnl. C *.._tires tr.od that.10"Mm*ontldwibly." ..., ea'.mm 11I11.... than the SPECIALS
Deeson Lakeland i In expanding economic growth of volume figures totaled a
; dealing e Inrvlhlni a nwtorIM wild wont In a ti.. .o.lIto! .ml.1II Tin
Florida, Publix Supermarkets little over $28 million. By the
alcoholic and non-alcoholic bev e cwt trot** MriM MT erages. Authoribed stock Is 1,. will open its 100th store Tues end of 1963. sales had soared 1 1 I mtr* Hnwct rttitUnct, than a c.r wM tvtr AM*.
000 shares of common at $1 l per day, in Winter Haven well over $215 million. These I) S Sllmlnttw wtrry >b.it .vr,.dins she Ions tilth IM4 drlvins.I >- s
share. Incorporaton are OttoM. "With new families moving figures show the tremendous) I OUR MARCH SPECIAL SALE PRICES
Schleicher, Harold L. Kite into our communities everyday, operational expansion that Pub
and Herbert B. Hamlc all of Publix recognizes the great opportunity lix has undertaken to parallel t TUBELESS TUIELESS Brake
Lakeland.St. to serve, and grow, the population I SLACK
nr seFforida U 4 8---- ww
Mark's Episcopal Church, and prosper In ope/ of Ameri In To Jenkins,1 '32:12: Adjustment
Inc. Haines City (non profit); ca's most dynamic states," says this Is purely a matter of "a I 2 7 27.48

Rev. David J. Dillon, Jr., pas George Jenkins, president of bigger company family with'' 8.00114 or 7.10115 29.56 34i4:
tor. Subscribers are Tom E. Publix, whose markets dot the i more groceries to sell." 7.50.14

Fitzpatrick Arely M. Conner, map of Florida. Publix stores Milestone For Jenkins I TufeUuBlack 8.50114 or 7.60115 30.80 36.56 99C
and Rev. David J. Dillon Jr.,' span an area from Daytona to II TERMS/ ON 900920.14 _
all of Haines City. I Miami, and from the Gulf to Opening the 100th Publix Is ALL NEW TIRES 1.20.1 IF 39.92
a milestone for Jenkins
and '
Atlantic coasts. the'
The Winter Haven Pops Orchestra '
Inc. Mrs Mary Spencer Gross salts, through the city of Winter Haven. Over 30' /
years the
109 10th St., SE Winter Ha- years are a true Indicator of ago people of Winter

ven (non profit): for the purpose .,' a company's substantial_ growth'r ,Haven very first saw Jenkins the opening store of, and the' TOUGHER THAN NEW-CAR TIRES ALL
of culture. Subscribers are PassengerTire
the beginning of his
L. M. Oldt Mrs. Dolly Luhri,' well-known
shopping services. FlatsRepaired
and Peter Spencer.Townsend.Larson. : I
Inc., P.O. r John Garth, internationallyfamous MILLER IMPERIAL
Drawer 431, Lake Wales; deal- artist was commission.1ed
in air-conditioning and heat- to create huge mosaic-tile
Ing e Httf treated nylon ctnitructlon
Ing equipment. Authorized stock murals for the front of the 100th 1 e Dura-mil treed compound -Addi 21% more trouble I.. 1C
Is 10,000 shares of common at store. This is his second project driving mlltO..
$1 per share Incorporators are for the Publm markets. The San' e Advene tread desifnOUR
Jack F. Townsend Jr., Jack F. Zfx Francisco artist designed simi
Townsend III, and Byron W. lar colorful mosaics for a Pub- I MARCH SPECIAL SALE PRICES
lix in Fort Lauderdale. 1 "
Cracker Construction Inc., Manager of the new store I TUII.TYPE TUBELESS
P.O. Box 1092, Lakeland; deal- R Harold (Bump) Hitchcock, "I 3 7 SIZE SLACK _SLACK

Ing In construction. Authorized of the first men to become associated 4 17 1 7.10xl5 2iF_2IT9J Wheel r
stock is 25,000 shares of com with the Publix family. "tu'
mon at $1 per share Incorporators Hitchcock a resident of Winter / 7.60x15 2 .iS' 25.69 Align1
are Robert P. Murray Barry Haven, has worked in the num T" ", -
M. Sawyer, and Frances M. ber one Publix market since the =rJ: 7.501t14 == 2 ::34 $Peciale

Brown, all of Lakeland. beginning of the now-famous "' _-==- 2IT9
South Polk Development Corporation supermarket name. All Prlcts Plus Tax -8.OOxl4 995

105 E. Davidson St., ,, S ft Old Tin 8.50114 25.69
Bartow; dealing In real estate I E.Z TERMS ON m NEW Tim
development. Authorized stock Florida Gas GUARANTEE et. 7w'"' Yrt 1r.
is 1,000 shares of common at Tor:tout
$10 per share. Incorpor tors are L. GUERRY DOBBINS NATION-WIDE jai.;; no
President t .red
A. H. Lane, C A. Boswell, and Cites MONEY BACK MILLER COMMODORE 'wn"i'rr" r
Mary Jean Pitkelsimer all of
Bartow. Dobbins To Join Record Earnings i LIFETIME _ __
Davidson Polk-Pasco St..Company Bartow; dealingin New York Public Record earnings and an optimistic ALL SIZES ON SALE

agricultural products. Authorized outlook for 1964 were OK Li" .n.w....._sea.T..ire'0...1..td. Front
stock li 500 shares of com Relations FirmThe among the subjects discussedby ,51.4,55.1.. th.Ir..4th.t..5 In wort-. TUBELESS
mon of no par value. Incorporators Florida Caa Company president 5tra., 895 WHEELSPACKED
I i" =Jtd : h. SLACK
are A. H. Lane Mary Jean affiliation of L. Guerry W J, Bowen with Lake eYn.tYIK SIZE WHITES

Plckelsimer, and Patricia Ann Dobbins, public relations con land area employes Thursday 7.50x14 12.95 15.95
Coker. all of Bartow. I sultant with Donald Degnan night. I ___. ___
Lou Powell Foods, Inc., Cypress Association, New York public "An exceptionally good fourth I All Prices Plus Tax 8.00x14 17.95 19.95
Gardens Road, Winter relations firm was announced quarter that produced a net Income -r 99
Haven; dealing In food pro- yesterday, more than two and a halftimes and Old
ducts. Authorized stock Is 100 Dobbins said that the affilia- greater than the same period -
shares of common at no par Ion will make available "first- last year led the way to I TinRECAPS
value. Incorporators are Jack hand contacts with New York our best year," said Bowen.I
M. Watkins, Louis A. Powell. media for organizations located "Our net income was
Richard E. Corley. Stuart R. throughout Florida." up 24 per cent from 12'118OOO'j Passenger
Sealover. The Degnan organization,I net profit of $ \
Haines City Industries Inc. Dobbins I said, handles such accounts -i The employes were SIZES 6.70x15-7.50x14. Tires
P.O. Box 802, Haines City; deal- as Allied Chemical at the annual dinner meeting I _
Ing in general machine shop Corp's Fibres Kaiser Jeep, and to hear of their company's' j 8.00x14 . . $8.95 695 Rotated
business Incorporators are Hen the Seat Belt Industry. I progress and to receive service I
ry Clay Moon. Jr., Reddin Bryan "We are now In a position of and safety awards. Milton Edwards All ..cap. Exchange Pint Tax .
Swain. Jr.. William Boyce being able to offer immediate Lakeland Division manager I E-Z Terms On All IKaplGUARANTEED
Combee all of Haines City. Au-I professional publicity services was the master of ceremonies 99c
thorized stock is 100 shares of in New York on an assignment for the evening.
common at no par value.A I basis for clients anywhere In Fifteen area employee received MUFFLERS
Florida five-year service awards
roof of Norfolk reeds the Dobbins said that the new from Bowen. "The total years /f
most durable thatching, costs service will offer professional of service represented by you
up to $1,120. but it will last CO assistance on new products, receiving awards tonight is 229,I SHOCK ABSORBERS byIKTlRNAUOKJiPA TSCD P./A/
to 80 years if maintained properly press conferences World Fair and that Is a lot of experience.: Shock
Devon reed remains Intact iromotions, trade association I am pleased to help commem,
40 wheat information, and relations orate your service during the Absorber
for 25 to years press One for allautomobiles
price ,.
five '-
past the natural
years -
straw 10 to 20. with major publications. _,: An eicluslve' Inner
las to Florida project began" during '
995 conduction keeps International I < Inspection
Bowen "
said. our March Sale. Parts Corp, mufflers quid .* a
whisper silence that Is sealed
FREE INSTALLATION In tight for as long as you own FREE

Florida Citrus Exposition Eckerd DrugsTo your car.EuutWiGCI. Continuous electri IU

CORONATION BALL Open New E..Z TERMS callyw.d.da.amahaavlergaug..tlll. double, -wrepped construe. Y pool eAerf t cone tMttrrtirriH sYilu. 1. -

Store In HavenEckerd tlon,.1I.w.lded 'Internal baffles ...
plus SILIKOTE'an' exclusive rust- EM-.L Mr 14.w" Wheel
resistant finish
WEDNESDAY MARCH I II I, 930 P.M.-I:30 A.M. Drugs of Florida Inc' '
WAYS TO CHARGE ob cttfo-
will celebrate the grand openIng -' ;
AUDITORIUM of ks new Winter Haven after miles I Electrically welded
NORA MAYO store on Tuesday I lOur awn E-Z Terms seems crests a singl.-unit muffler Checked
The 10,000 square foot unit la 3 teas leak-proof and blow-out
2. Florida National lank Charge Plan No banger of carbon mon
proof -
Public Invited on a First Come- located Shopping In Center the Southeast and brings Plaza the 3. Peoples lank Charge Plea aside, gas ..ping Into carl O5 FREERUTHVEN

Served Basis. Formal! total number of stores to 28 for ON
First the Florida-based drug chain. I FreeInstallation
Jack M. Eckerd president of NEW TIRES. RECAPS. WHEEL 'If Mod
gv Per'. 0
LIMIT: 300 couples. Tables teat 18 the publicly-owned Florida Corporation ALIGNMENT BRAKE SERVICE Ch..ol.n
emphasized that the
persons. Parties! suggested. majority of the more than 1,000
stockholders are Florida resi, SHOCK ABSORBERS E-Z TERMS on Mufflers & Toil Pipes
COST: $5.00 per person. dents. Eckerd pointed out that

this stock ownership plus a
JACK BAILEY & JEANNE CAGNEY policy of hiring only permanent
I Florida residents made the I & BLACKLocally
fast-growing drug chain "Flo
Special GuestsHONORING rida owned and Florida operat
Owned and
ed" with a payroll this year in OperatedBy

: excess of $2,500,000.Cashmere I Joe Ruth,," b Eugene Black

HER MAJESTY, The Florida Citrus Queen wool-the soft winter -, -
underfleece of a semlwild: 606 E. Memorial Blvd. MU 2-2181
She Winter Hne. Joyeeei ,
Sponsored by Asian goat-is never shorn. The

Special MlISic by "JACK GOLLY AND HIS MUSIC" I goat's plucked wool or combed is painstakingly out by hand' tI 620 S. Florida Ave. MU 2-0651

during its spring molt I. -

LUTIAND' LEDCCX. ....,. Sore t. MM !r

I//V// THE MILITARY SERVICE Half-Dose Of Morality

; o-e.. ....... Hraa Mass to Rhode Moad'Reccatty UUYfafesAna II May Create ConflictsBy j
''''rt.&J'\. l"SN. sits d' Mr and die slam received.l

:tEn Ae DeGnrt d" Cary the sew )It esns.aa.Dis kaaoawfestk Pea 1llvntaa tF. tlelw i4
vtiaue. LabelerR ,left gives the waft gnatI SOB af Jor sill MM fl1mO{ George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. jj jjI

aboard the ...... ....... at. ..m.> Wait reeve sp.b...[c.... JH'W IMK St.. ItaiIsWales !
lack aircraft carrier UJS EBIuvpnar. I IL 1 !I I CAJC .-.: Gordon Schroe-I But the ISO per cent dose of
W *
optratiag ost of NarYa -,I' Last Corporal Eeaaet* E. ewe SMKisMit iow. grated a little booklet a 1 1I religious idealism is curai>vcss

The ship wH rm\\Utaatf, SOB of ..... aid Mrs the Nk TlsoayiMUHliti W't iN i> 'ttGtnsaotr ', IMC ,.*,s ago. I regards psychiatric casual

eras ports SB the shores of!Lewis E. [...... MM ..... CMftst. vHdWtWMM at oMtaiacd the comment ties.Take
the Mirhniisaiss dors* her\way As*, Ukssa... was se the 4M TMMIMMSMNII <**,'' Ibt !M American Including J.I I St. Peter's case as ,,?
leer of duty .. die Stank held a* Marts at the Masshtor paay. 4IaC b-lIr( ,_lit ..I .%* example.
FhMt. ,' IB. saaash of Jaaaaiy at leis(I..... ass bWndnt I Ji .:. fir, I II When St. Peter was onl. so

Miry SfL Junes .. Aaaerfa. "base ia Pearl Harbor. the Anay m S**.M0w lab. **.I Brypee 3tatxeoo.: I per cent Christian, ha foil",..

+ soa of' Mr aad Mss Emory Leasod ..... the service ia,,wan last ....... SB.MM */ a*.,: & u ..2'air.y ed from afar off after Ch ,st
J ...
S. c. The 36ies
: L Aadenoa. Roase < LahoipartirtoaMd toaster Ml. The ciasmisir e. .WWft. H *i 1 was arrested.
: ..... wash. ethsrt of the Pearl Harbor bow said'r a BO ....... d ,I I,: The tlttlt was 1 And when a girl! in >hi
L resebers of tie JIdI safMsry* I f ill a pease s* Mr. aid Mis. Lo- Wakes Kfb! Buena.Lake "IJ.JJIttM Be crowd accused Peter of be.ni

The First lot BMssfioB SB VANGUARD IV 1 land. "lwj (corporal Leland) stocttaa ..1 I' Wsdtubrt, a friend of Christ Peter M m

the assYa first sealer ItsU ea-,I as Mano* of the Moat HamHtoa I I was asked into a tantrum of rage.
Annual eras saw* smvicf ia Berho.'"was based oa few wog attf-, I Is cuntrt&uewntontr: a w *

-. Serfcaat Aadersoaiiissiid |lode bowled,. of duties, safB- Richard A. ....... MIl sib ) repjrnii HE CURSED and swore 'hit
I leader s* the batuboa'sjissapaay tar, satanaess and tees. coa- ;:"J the. he was not a follower of Ch''s>
)fr. and Mrs. Date & Bmifcm: ;;
B ia Berha eateredi,!west supenor performance of i a, "p.,t and probably protested iw
PROGRESS tht Amy ss JIll aid arrived
r overseas' ia Aagutt IM2 oa this !bees cocnxiuscmtd1 a smait'.teuteuat jii>dt..c1"" I accused.

tads of doty. The 2Svearoidsoater ..- .......... ..rtti '. ki the 'Mini Saw: ,' Aid i wed the text "Chriit- I So Peter's fear of death wu

is a Riot graduate ofUketaod Air Fare opts ba Fte> is U* Best Antidote at war with his affection tin

EDITION HiP SchooL His write,, graduabaa from f.-r t .-Wes." Jesus. And the old self-preservation
San. is wall him hi Germany Ot-er na.ar 'BaS, Dr. Crane you may instinct won out

Eewaeth D. OSteca, seamaa1vmatst School at Lact.ud promt, -Fnday you told usa If be had not been a partial

a *.IKN. ace of" Mr. udrl; : AFB. Tea.iesteeaet this cctenfl that the rise Christian, he would have had
'tom, To Be Published By The Mrs. c. C O Seers of >M Has in JII1lUcnc casualties dur- no such inner conflict.

I : tC0QBftld SL. Lakeland and J k ILI vus aelect- ;n ins Yorid War II was due In On the other hand, if he

yLAKELAND LEDGER Ekso L HayBuas, lOa of Mr. \ {ed for 1M teals vax large pArt to tile preaching of had gone all the way In ha

and tn.. Clyde Kaymans. Route iX ....",.. course devotion to Christ then lie
Lakeland are IftY rug t' 'SB arcat you contradict- would hive been O.K.
: : I Saturday, March 28th die fleet efler CSS aboard braqII CGmpet- big ynasstir- Later on. Peter did bold

r}, enutf out of Long Beach I toons with other I stand up _to the Roman sol
IT'S TIME WE TOLD Cahf. Plane ittarned oo FA M ep I r I d si. TKtS IS a wry pertinent diery and faced death with!
I from a five-moMk cruise to 1l5n'i1lites. Oa first glance it .
E. Aagfia. soa of Mr. lie lob.- quota : equanimity.In
fat Far East Wide deployed lid Mrs. A. F. Aagtia of AabKradale. at reassigned 10 KeesJer AFB. tat,, lock as if my statements fact, tradition says that
THE WORLD ABOUT. ate called at Pearl Harbor.: Hawaii has completed eight''Hoa. for truubz as aa a*i are coaflKt But not so! he went to his death ,on across
; Okiaava Subic Bay Ph* weeks of basic miburr traja- traffic controller. Tie beute-,! -A tale, knowledge" runs without any hesitation

ippcaes: Win= KoD:: and Sate- ,leg and Is now undergoing m*mat if a graduate of Hanes r i. .. old adage "it a dangerous *
Fr1 POLK COUNTY'SDECISION bo and ....... Japaa. Dur- Mary pobco trsaueg at Fort City High School and received< tfcaf- INDEED he is said to have

iBf coeratioM near the PhBip- Gordon, Ga. 1|hn BXBA. degree tram feeiCaivtrsify And a eatf-doM of moralityor made the request that he be
pines the vat called to amtt Dsaald C HI'". engtnemassecond of Florida. tptnnul idealism produces crucified bead downward for
the Seventh Fleet operatioo duffel dass. USCG. soa of Mr. i aver conflicts between conscience he felt hs didn't even merit!

f TO the recetx cross ia Viet and NIL William ... Hand of&M T*. selfish urges. the honor of being killed in

Nam.Betty. Weber St.. Lakelaad. Is! Polk City the same manner that Jesus

GO ordBaDceraaa HXiard.USCG.chief aviation sos ofMi {"serving Cutter aboard the operaueg Coast GunIM.diDaw out Army Prt Bca D. Crayes.'son .]Women Voters died.When clergymen get Amen.

riI'iI f AHEAD *. H. P. Kiffiard of Route[of Oeboygaa. Mach Maduaaw..I|,' af Mr. aDd ..... Fremaa cans only partly won over to

L Ukelaod. .it sewing at the Ewnfl her powerful CBgnea and Grayer ROM I. Pelt 0.,. was Provide Kits religions idealism and devotion
r Coast Guard Air SZa..... Salem.'spsciaOy,P designed bow proves],assigned to tilt 3d lafaatty Di-i to God neuroticism flourishes

S ates Gpiea .( The Mas*. The tution is engaged her worth each winter by break-I!Wioa M Germaay. Feb. N.iGrayes .,. as in Peter's case.

r. t DECADE FOX DECISION ia air tetrch and rescue: operations -ling the way for sktppnc thai: is atnyrnd to the 3d To Polk Schools But when our population

yrr- and .it respomtte for pa-Its vital to industry around the 1,,I Batuboa cf the dmsion's lib WINTER HAVE.V-The Leagued become 100 per cent indoctrinated

Froareti UtttomTe trotui( the New England Coast{Great Lake aDd tbe economy:lafaMry. He..mle Army Women Voters of Winter with religion, then
I ia Aigvst HO and completed psychiatry will be almost un
LTAs Year Friend!*. of the country. Haven has presented toIDeft
: basic combat tmsuBt at Fort necessary.It .
Let' -3ro9-A-Little" Abed PoUu lIT US REPLACE Pott. LaThe n-year-otd soldier -. Jewett and Westwood is this halfway point that
Junior High Schools and to the
YOUR BROKEN Winter Haven II attended Jrmta. H**, junior high schools in the Lake- Is making psychiatrists flour
School Water Have.
AUTO CLASS land area a Social Studies supplement ish.For
EACH Army Pvt Jasse R. lUbbtd. it is the Hamlet position
.. kit it has designed for
COPY I loa of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth American government and civics of debating about moral

ENCLOSED AUTO GLASS w. HubbeO. 3907 Kiath sa.. NW.! Davenport teachers announced Mrs Issues ia a 'To that be or now not fish
Mail; tr Bring This Co.po. T. later Haven, was assigned to BJBy J. Gafferd. taQetmaa T. S. Garber. i our sanitariums.manner
the I&a Artillery at Homestead second dais L'SX son of Urs. Designed to supplement textbooks banish the

;j lrr r i THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER C..Sr Air Force Base FU-. early IB I Marjorie Gaftwd gf South celebrated BNd' ,entitled the kit includes"You and publications Your need Clergymen for psychiatry can when

} February. The Jt.dddIer. sol recentty "Ideas they can get all Americans
National Government.
the birthday of aa the destroyer -!
P. O. lOX 40S spiritualized or
clerk ia Headquarters You 100 per cent
a typo for Programs Based oa
Corner of Missouri & Lime f1AU l Christianized.
Battery of the aril act of Sumner.I.II and Your National Government. -

Lakakad. lloride 25'EACH. toy's (th Missiie Battalioa at Su/IIaer. the oldest contiauously! ." "Is Politics Your lob?"

Encloit 25e each for ? active ie tilt "The Role of Political Parties.
single the base enured the Army SB destroyer Navy ka
U.s.A.two "Facts and Issues" -
copies or $1.00 for 5 cop;". September 153 completed base veteran of both the Second on foreign economic SAVE TIME
trams at Fort Gordoa. Ga. World War and the [areas Con reports
MAILED FREE OR and was last assigned at Fat'flict. She is presently engaged policy and on the United WITH
You theABC'
.....,..... ... Iy Bliss. Tex. Hubbefl! is: a ISO I ne training operations with other Nations. "Do Know WIYUHAfUSEI14.5QUUfl
Astywhert' in the U.S. or ColtON ...... ....- c-.a... graduate of" Winter Have! High Wits, of the Atlantic Fleet.PUNT of* Your Town's Goverwsent -
wick ., hcteoy ti.- ? -Simplified Parliamentary
tf .. mtkn .! es... School Procedune ,..'*
a l em en of Women Voters
Pleas Moil the Decode for Dec!*!** WI ...., ill ...c& fist South of 10 Fifth SL W. CITY has supplemented League the kit with FIRPLYWOOD
.. o_ -.I Winter Haven, hasbees
'ye's' Progress Edition Te: c...... .... .q.4N.u Wahaeeta. Airman First Class David B. copies of" their own publication.Pvik .
promoted to stall sergeant
McDaaaK of Mr. and Mrs. County<< and Its Govern-
a- ..... son
FOR i'ti..fi. 01 the United States Air Forts "
Paul McDonald of KL X Plant ment.
-"'- .. .. Carter a supply spe.ciahst.
IuAtt City has arrived at Keflav The supplement kit priced at
For both professional
; ::4; ri: is assigned to the BStk Airport. Iceland for duty with S1.2S with quantity discounts. I I I II and west-end builders,

CENTRALCUSS Supply Squadron at MacDOlAFB .. Air Defense Command t'sit may be ordered through the Me carry a connote
v .;{. ABDIOS Tampa. The sergeant k League of Women Voters' publications ) I Mock of quality WryittliMiner -
Airman McDonald electrical
$1 1. aa 1
t MIRROR CO. a graduate of Winter Haves chairman Mrs. Mil- J' (i l-S q.'r.
power productioa specialist J f
School. plywooda..includint
High IMS N. Lake Howard
CITY STATI 302 .. .."..... An.TfL Airman Third Class Robert D.I came here from aa assignment; hoQand. 1;)' .., rE>norEXT-DFFAI)
. . . at Thule AS. Greenland. A Drive. 4 panels for boats, out.
HO un.OYNER'S MIDer of Winter Haven, is: be- graduate of Plant Cry High One of the kits is also available r.-. door furniture firpn. -
MAILED :j>g reassigned to Little Rock School the airman entered at the Winter Haven Pub- ,cabiiit and many
AFB. Ark. Mowing his gradua-I the OIlier outdoor UKS.
HAM I be Library.
service in June 115[. His wife
teas from the technical training ,
JOTTINGSGood course for United States Air is the former Fay Redding of" STATE VISIT ENDS w. .eM.,17n"..
.. r
FREE : Rt. J. Plant City."LAUGHING. J 1 :=.. .:: .: era
ADD'US !Force accounting specialists atSheppsrd BANGKOK (AP) Malay I II' ......M_ ,..1 '0t <.
AFB. Tex. Airman sia's and the ....
4 king queen. Yang -
AnywhereIn morning! Tom is: In = :: .:=. -
Miller learned general accounting i-pertuaa Agonf and the Raja I.
CITY Jacksonville at a lumber school DEATH
r STATE practices for Air Force acitivrties Permaisuri Agong. have ended CALL MU 2-4651
so I'll pinch hit '.A I week. Its
;; the including appropriation Only the Fore ia Australian the formal part of their eight-
always fun to write this eoM
r tuna because Its usually about!!material aad commercial serv'ices New Guinea among all the peoples 1 day state visit to Thailand. The for oil plywood items

NAME U.S. the things thath. and mechanized accounting of" the world suffer from royal couple bid goodbye toThailand's
=- I love and systems. The airman is: a graduate -hurt a mysterious diseasehnown ruling monarch EAST SIDE
{ or It's especially] el Winter Haves Senior( as, the "laughing death. King Bhumibol Adufyadej and COMPANY
ADD'US fun at this -'High School. He i* tilt ass of'Claiming about 120 victims annually Queen Sirikit. and flew from LUMBER

CanadaORDER -particular -.:IMr.' and Mrs. John C Miller "' the malady causes muscular Bangkok to a southern thai- O. Mil tea W UsM Pleat
Spring, because 17K llth St. NE. Winter 'I'' tremors and may be hereditary land beach resort for a twodayrest 0. Hwy. 91IMiTO

: I .CITY. . .STATE. . it's the lime of'(; Specialist Four Cards Carry transmitted_ by_a virus.
and Mrs. -- ---- -
son of Mr. Tramule
tnfl.k year we want to
make changesand Curry 229 Quentin Ave., Winter
!Haven reenlisted in the Regn-
MAid do
YOURS Jar Army Feb. 1 while serving
c to our borne
+ Just as our win-iGIe4 )las a cook in Battery B. 1st Bat- D
ADD US I Italian of the 3d Armored Drvi-
NOW! ler clothing begins -
J.,- isioo's 3d Artillery at Fort Hood. 1
to look dull;
r JTex.[ Specialist Curry entered the t
o and uninteresting so our
Y. .CITY. . .STAn. . and homes refreshing seem to need uplifting''Army' n basic January training 1983 and at completed Fort TO NOME THIS YEAR = r

Vr Chaffee. Ark.
W* can accomplish this new
HA.IoIIADDIUS look ia our home fa many I

ways. I suppose tilt simplestway AuburndaleArmy h-j- -
; might be with new paint -J
iI a whole new color scheme.' Pvt. Charles D. Bataso

r v Pratt A Lambert's Color CaJ-|/[Jr, whose parents live on Route -
CITY STATE ibrator caa be of tremendous _
LAuburodale.. was assigned I
m Map to you ia combining colors.]
Feb. 7 20th
to the Infantry at
MI maybe you'd like to do I''
!1 I little more be more Imagin-l!Fort Clayton Canal Zone. Bat-

arM so let's think of wood son aa intelligence specialist inHeadqiarters
ve and panelling in particular.!| Company of the

Panel one wall or two -use anyone .infantry's, 4th Battalion entered ADD A ROOM
of the many different woods the Army in January 19(3 and
that the Joyner Lumber Corn|!completed basic training Fort

pany handles. Then finish this;Jackson, S. CKoines
panelling to suit your taste -- ENCLOSE PORCH
wax it shellac h. rub ft with
color, bleach it, stain it try !City
BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRE- them all on samples and see
just which finish will fit ia with I Army Pvt. David H. Baxter
SENTED IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE ,_. your whole scheme of things. whose wife. Maida. lives on I t ADD CARPORT

EDITION THAT WILL TELL '' You know panelling can be used Route 1. Haines City, was assigned I
so beautifully la either traditional
to the 4M Artillery at
c THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY 4 or contemporary: homes
and can add such originality because : ; Florence Station Neb.. Feb. .. REMODEL KITCHEN

IN WORDS, of the many ways it can The 22-year-old soldier a mechanic -

be finished. ia Headquarters of the
borne needs artillery's (th Missile Battalion
Perhaps your a
room divider or some bookshelves II! Nike-Hercules missile unit at W. fe .1 rmt .* hoe -....?, .114.Tin ...... w ........ (111 ESTIMATES
station entered the Army b M M ...... .d.eet..4. --.Ie. ..d in. ..
NOTE To have (
: your firm representedin dual you or meander a new down door.to Why the I September 19(3 and completed 0... Sr-. ..... ......, .114 .....* **fit e.iiif. o.ns..cta *r* ID peat .* MrfiixM

this issue call Joyner Lumber Company at Ml basic training at Fort Polk. La. FOR FURTHER. INFORMATION
Baxter, son of Mr. and Mrs. CONTACT
West Lemon Street and look
Bob Powell at 686-1151 around. Yowl find many ideas Rufus E. Baxter Route 1. Vinegar

for your Spring Home Renewal. Bend. Ala.. attended Fruit- McGINNES LUMBER CO.
dale (Ala.) High School. Before
: Tom with, back next week.
entering the Army. he was em-
I I I )In. Tom. ployed by the Standard Sand 600 W. MAIN ST. PH. MU <-3MlAnnouncing
I -Adv. Silica Co., Davenport Fla. (

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I II IMHIX S P.n.nil. Notltoi Help Wst.d

THE CITRUS Total 344A Announcements
AUTO UMUKANCI *Bd nil Mrldint MIDDLaY AOID Mllpl. baadakt.
10 lu Miuruut? iohtmonth 10 apral packal* iitoro h*
total of 344 cattle and calve I I Ca.d ei'Vrlln.. t o P.T cm MU eMMDODY OlBdoi Writ lull particularO .,
A- P 11 said t.akrlasdSZPSRZSNCW
I wtro sold this week In Cattle itt .nd PoundI PASRIC anna North ..
CIRCUITBy Personal HehewTradn Ptorld Oolm out of bail,.., COOK .opl .0
L, men's Livestock Market com r.:: .': .::' pit tars. IM Mo Butloni. Me .ron 0,15(10' 4 p 00 CIprotu.roibaurasl .

,tared to 362 a week ago, announced ......._ ..._to Iiitii IJH Zest Mnmodalslnd /
I : Harold HOWM of Florida : MII... i o.... :IIv. Mutant rolltl
W DAVE PRATT oZ I.Udlng for Aithma tot Hay I"tv.r Pro
State Marketing Bureau. ,lnmunIratlot. B Kennel-DlIbuuw ,- "CAR.HM POOrriONO
Ledger Staff Writer II Is Awnin.,a..' '\:. A.I Immadlat
of ateersheifers .
'" Prices slaughter 14 tuild I ,no, C.rmWrini a.
II Cn Til InMi dX.roir A.I Courttatu korvio
and calves steady.
5a sum-wi, m-rn.s MANSION PTv A-I Nw Mb dill

25th Year For GAG-SAC i I reported Howze: cows were 5. PI..smI.._.n..... onabir.l. both priced dallcloua Taurliu mem weicomon no'-, A-I A.I bocal all Mb numiiTtalnto flrmittttlualn

neady to 50 cents lower and I* PainIno' 'Deeoratmlno varancr Lobo Motion Rue, A.I aavnailorire .

By DAVE PRATT I bulls scarce Stotkers held moat- H., ama.r.Omno'a4as ..... slam. do Cut Lion re*. tM dlduotIblAu *

Ledger Staff WriterTUESDAY'S ily steady, except light calves O .Met""Metal. "MNeB... I A.I Mom aatatlllMd. caMiBn 101 of oo.nmrnsAi

50 {which were 50 cents to $1 higher. ; w... .-.... 7 TransportationLO pr HMl oarvlce
MEETING OF nunom.n. pool D" Tamp Ot Tamoa
the Growers Administrative Good slaughter steer, $1850 PImm'-.ahoa., L1KI ,MUM or toil, to
Committee was brief to the and I $2025 good heifer 11950 *t tMM d n. altar.> drivim t* jonn oa cwe ',
51 point \ I to luilneti Service Ttn.. or .innur, abou ATTENTIONLICENSED
quickly adjourned. The business of the I to $2175, Standard, SIT to $19.50, H .,,",.h.re ...ai'inNina.aonlnS March Jrd ...... MU ...e...
., ..............
1. utility cows $14 to $1110, cutter H ......,..
that is.
1.I. meeting, immediately after, a large $1185 to $1183 canner, $9 to 'a. .... CRlOa' REAL ESTATE
I.1t cake was cut, passed around with coffee, and the $12.25. St II OfClwt'elm 01",akinf"Ceverina" tlinuf'-' .... BUILDING TRADES CLOSERSSOLICITORS

Mutual auditorium was filled with Good calves, $20 to $2450. a s.>"' wo.Ior' and
., : .
*4 Netin* Sm- ** U Building Car .nt.rlnj
relaxed chatter, both nostalgic and standard $18.75 to $21.50. utility. ,_..\ _".....
_.... ....
If congratulatory A __ 11.50 to $1950; good vealera I yI .w ......4.n- HOMI RETAINS. Painting' roofni .
ark drl
,. IIsuenn. em-a. block krlck < a
" It was the 25th anniversary of the $25.50 to $27.75, standard $22 to in. .....-..... itchn vabineid,. florid roonu

Florida citrus industry's fresh fruit : : $25,50, utility. $18.50 to $22.23. *o. *vMlna",.Vyemo.. ....,teiiBBVir"' I?.. .Mtlnato MU i-JOSB

Good feeder-stocker steer. as Ra'., ,. .' ,;' am-... itooVIMU WINDOW ..lunl.uM.1..ln. rfcmlopiri el
grade-and-sizs watchdog the GAC u ._,.. .. porch. ftPilrSaltOra.,
DJ and its associate, the Shippers Advisory $1850 to $1925, common and 41 aj7rnfarli1iorvniatl ;: ,100" It montH 10 .U. RIfoauacuni ROCKET CITYare
medium heifers $14 to $17; good o. em-.,,, Compinl. Ii .urd
Committee. Birthday Party p00.. IIU 5.lStd. A. 50a1i50r"so. operations I In
Ol'w Bervle
,r The and heavy calves, $1950 to oe ...." Cleea* ...... MU -311IO W ...,

> p Frank Seymour man cutting, 68, the the Grower's cake was Administrative Frank Stymour .f Lo..'...... m'it'|ir .( Crowin A..mini'.. $23.75 common. medium, $1625, $17 to .$1723 50 to $20 good.75, I :*: .,,':.=',:9": 1.1.",, program this area., commissions Exceptional, pay salary .

Committee's first and ...tl.* Cemm.Moo-Shlpoori Advisory" CommlHli, fell .''rth".* okhi Cmploymtnt and bonus Call collect
and light $23.50 to $29 medium n tim-wm-a ** *... IESTOPSERVICEFREE
u only him If AnJrow. Spade J,., .f T....p., c..i. ,,,,.,, .1 SAC .. na Help Wer>M< Alan Glbbs West Coast
j manager. $22 to $27. common, $20 to $24, II "",. WaMd. nanal.a4 .
PRATT The committee dates back to Feb. H. I. ....." .( Vir loock, vice c..Ir". ." tf CAC worckn |li.- Inferior, $13 to $20.73.: 5i Hoi,*..W,...n-.ed. j ala ESTIMATES Manager at Tampa Interna

22, 1939, when it was established by full,. Tki hipiy oteoilon was she 25>k .imtvcrwry of GAC-SA .. ".'..m.. tional Inn J77-7611 Tuesday
, .
, the Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, under Sec. m T.......,. .a.7 *Wer- tai'antad Remodeling only, March 3, between 10

! retary of Agriculture Henry Wallace. Ad Club Will financial Florida Rooms a.m. and 5 p.m

.. $n OullaM* OeeertunlV*
Soon after on March 20 the newlyorganized ; .. Addition Repairs
i.' ,
1i. 'i 14 Invntminta Itocki, IIi .
committee held its first formal meeting and Hear TampanBert tc Mm-team Storage Space
i; Mon t lendWanted AAA Employment
Z' >> City
addressed itself to the task of finding a manager. trJg,11t J 11iltl/J T* Uriaa Roofing

I Various candidates were nominated, among ( ,, Johnston, president of HorticultureCitru. >

whom was Frank Seymour, then an auditor for the .. fi ,,"! Johnston Lithograph and Engraving 7ft Sanimr&w, BANK RATE FINANCING >'i Week's Fee aConitmrtlon

Producers Trade Association. GAC Chairman TomB. Company Inc. of Tampa .. MALE

Swann of Winter Haven suggested that in viewof LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March I. IlU! 7-D will address the AdvertisingClub & McGinnes Lumber Co. : mow rarponL"
of Polk at Its .
County ;
Seymour's unique qualifications for the job per Lo tm-h-'rIIt' .Pit. APPIIB. P0.pairmis. .
.lrmn Ad"
luncheon meeting at Morrison'; TV np
haps GAC could "borrow him for two or three I 600 West Main MU 6-3U1 1'Blrmn sortaamntbinIO..
In downtown .
weeks" until the its banquet room Auto and nuck mrrn In*. *blt
fledgling organization got on I Lakeland Monday I Instruction ,rain.., Plnonc. trln>, lloromok

feet. Teens Win Ribbons Johnston will explain the me- 55 .*...,.. MoMs mar. lraln. ShooS. mt>) Houl..
.. Will driller Cooki m.nrdrlmr
Permission was duly secured from Producers chanics and techniques of photo .. lnuaMBcr.e.1.'. Uud. into para wtrk.rlrd...
I Trade Association and Seymour was "borrowed." t UvoiteckPulte 21 Reefing ",i an. Auto .onal. tr.lnN, .
his ad-
engraving Illustrating .
.. mirFEMALE. toils.' MANY
He never left the Growers Administrative Com, dress with samples of color If Pan5I.. ROOPINO DEPENDABLe .rb. .
At Orlando Show It D.... Case. Pla
.. .,,,,
mittee. rocesslng He will also touch nor LI..ft._ mon ilp* Lamb run .Comi.nll.>u,. MRQlniM 100-

lightly on the subject of color lt bkit* ft 10.01.4: w. stein MU 1-3141 : .
M Mfanlea-LIWMHMB. Pan H..4 ,.... "-flnB.., BookkMip.rom -
BARTOW Fifteen H'era. Judging Team placed seventhIn lithography, explaining some of MerchoRdlso ALL TYPES: rmldonUol or. .dm-.. *> mvrrial! roof DirMl or r pl dMrCo
"AT FIRST, NOBODY wanted any real tough from the methods and material .,..,.. conitructlon PlO Sent clerk011 -
Polk I County achieved the state at the State Dairy new II ** ,'* Ronflni >nd Bhrrl Mtl .. .
regulations like we have today," Seymour recalled. recognition in the 17th annual Show and the Polk County group, being used to achieve the best w S4 M ..*"&Sob,""*_"" SlUr*_ 1141 W.i> Oil".. MO 1-IU3. I .. NOn.. > ,IB*-lothr..I.lorlld.L. :rn.dkiU U.

The he said the lack of citrus 4-H results In the print medium. M amHauo* Ot. onllnit. LPN SIShIItint.
reason, was pro- State Dairy Show in Or- class consisting of three cows, ir ArtlMM' far Bile' -MM.II 24 Ploll.,. Stuee.'LASTERING Tm-luI 1505 end 1nsaIto .

cessing outlets in those days, except for a limited lando Monday, announced DavidM. took fifth plac. In the state, en ,.a.rter" ft I'chna." *on Spa. 50lua ..,.uuUn..

number of plants which packed single-strength Solger. Assistant Polk County -Solger said The Coast Guard' famed los lOB C l'i..!H. P."SutJela Add*. **.. .. PATCHING and iddlllon.Pr. S.mrrllIuo. Dlnlnf tSXr hot: .i relorBt- rlrat, Cook IMny Molel --
grapefruit juice and grapefrui sections. Agricultural Agent quare.rigged training ship "Ea 101 101 Purnltur cTota.n ft::**, .:: ... ntlmitn. Ii cn..I. Jilt Tol- OlHKRa,: Ll.*-l> BaUMketpu MANY

"There was no demand at the processing plantsat Betty Bryan of Kathleen gle"; started out as the German CJC It4 Oe.. 0,'. Cal .on, MU 5-olno

all for oranges then" he said. There was no showed the Grand Champion Youth Fair 'Horst Weasel It was launched 11 loy I0a ...",n.Mwelry.. ft Teal I hit PLAIN nod OB.Iu........ .m..t.l Pitalilnt, PL.t.r ln>iwdPrr I Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg.

single-strength orange juice produced until the end Ayrshlre and Junior Champion In 1938 at Hamburg and trans loa Pllne.Plumoin ft *lau Buaaliaa, C.I In.l I MtlmtlM Henry S Wll.lltni .
Ayrshlre. IO. Hidia ,......,... MU 14)710
of World war II and pack of orange juice became erred to the United States apart 119 ......u..nt laumnl

"almost as much of a Cinderella deal M it was for Ribbon Winners Steer Sale a of reparations after ill III ta_oaartln MullnH4,* Qu***

frozen orange concentrate. We went from zero Winning blue ribbons were World War II. *111 O'f'.* Beuiemenl : BUSINESS SERVICE

to after about the 20 million" cases in the three or four years Mary Hedden Betty Bryan. March 20 LCOA_AOVS..TIUMINT 'UI )114 Hut*Automotive iit Air* P Cndit,nneini Mtllt41 13& lawnmowen & Service I OI'E' [ POINIwe'd

war. Danna Dell Miller and Robert NOTICE OF INTENTION 110 Autonwkiln, *
But before The Grower's Administrative Com. Lee all showing registered Jer- TO MAX APPLICATION 117 Autamobilt* :2:: I MIPAIRI ON ill wiSp 1..r. ..._.-
BARTOW-The Annual Steer POP tINAL DlaCHAKOl ala AuMmMlM Ian Hea .,d mill .Oplnu. arm *n|.
._ i
mittee came into existence, growers had two choicesof leyi; Patty Barbarowlcr, with Sale of the Polk County Youth In II*: 0:.,.,. nf1ILTH I'U 5l I* Par H..r*... ..Cir....'.m.n.' 1UO willS on npilr. flmu Alto
themor a grade Jersey Betty Bryan BANDERS RIIARm! U. 11..IrI.. aoi North florid At.
what do with inferior ;
to oranges,: dump Fair will be held Friday eve. O. ....11 ill N.CIom-b4y.V.t.d p000. MU a-1JOI, like to hammer homeIi
sell them.Seymour registered Ayrshire; Bill Adams son Prt*. Salt :; Tire
sing March 20, at the LJv. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON 114 Truck*. .*
I said would ship their inferior registered Holstein; Sharon and CKRNlNollr 37 Mortnii Renavottn the "ault.actlon let
growers stock Pavilion here announced Ii hereby alvan that I LLIc Rentals you
oranges to markets like Atlanta where they would Shelby Floyd grade Holstems Jack T. Polk .ava filed my final report aa Arlnlnletratnr III SinlnM P4an far i 50,1
and Bill Adams grade Holstein. McCown County : of th* e.lnl of IUJ1IIANl 515 ...n....... ........... M\'M'It' "INOVATINOAr I. with an Inexpensive claisV-
be sold to truckers who would in turn sell themin Agricultural Agent and Youth )lRS: PIIARFK dereaaed ::1, >urni lld 14.iiaaa d.. ....1.., Malt,*.. Coat.a. .
winners ,
Red ribbon for *
competition with No. 1 grades from Florida. were Fair Manager hat I rav* fllid my palltkin fnr'Inal 111 rl.t*.. A.NSonIl,0000a.tt N.uonaS ..,. rho,. MU I-OM1 fled id. Dial MU e-1151
Katherine and Elizabeth Twlss, dlaohart. and Ihnt I will: an ...,,. M....*
"There was no law against shipping culls, Seymour registered Jerseys: Larry Ivy More than 80 steers will be ipplv lo th* lion, RICHAHD AHHiiNrxoN "4 M'.il,* Him Law n Wills Pimps -,

I said. "The state was powerless to regulate." grade Jersey, and Frank Adams sold by 4-H and Future Farmers (!'Oll"t,. rlnrlda. County. on Ju.l Hi*..lth of folk div I- ;J: :=: Pee"Rent n-4 now to bring In new busl-

That's why the. .GAC-SAC came into _existence. two registered Brown Swiss of America members at the sate. of ......... 1M4. for approval of thiaama tl II ir tfnfurnMeetf Reeart* ft aaeelmeao C.m.* p LIT.ornOlta UONTOOUIHY nd ...../1 poor w.rd WBUI drill ness.
of the attractions 01 and for final rtln-rar** aiAdmlnlalrBtiir I. UolsotShd Mouea ., ,.. I 31 monltoi M PiP
The registered Guernseys of one major of tO. eatnta o'' .. W.-. .. cm-a mm- .It til .. u-n
Patti Barbarowicr, Melody Concord the[ Fair said McCown Col. Bob HUTU KA.NDFKa IIAn.'m. '.. "au'd 1'.-.. PhNuo 1111 SolltJ q.. -- .
\ I
Real filets
"I REMEMBER from the start how hard and Danna Deli Miller won Cooper will again be auctioneer 'ihla. nth day nf Pohrnarv. l qu, Sit M* M '. *
very white ribbons Scheduling the pale for the /*, ('I.AI'DH A. rtllARriSAitinliilKlmtnr 44 **, ::: : >*r :!.
fought against cutting (size) 324 oranges, of IhoIxlo ... 141 Bu.flr- p-rt
everyone SERVICE
': evening Is a change from the 141 formi. arov*. .. :.. BUSINESS
Team Is Seventh nf llt'TIC SANDERS! ,..
Seymour said. past, said McCown, when the BlIAIIPB. D.r..d lot '
Most of the objection to excluding the tiny Also recognized at the show lales were held in the afternoon. (T.H7, t..: iL0.;
;; M
> ; I
oranges from the markets came from growers who were Bob Lee of Winter Haven The Youth Fair committee feels INVITATION TO 510iraird ll 191 DIRECTORYFOR

utilized sour rootstock Seymour said "It grows for his dairy achievements In holding the sale In the eveningwill hid. t In itiiiillmto" win nltod .. Ill HOOH! P:::!:

smaller fruit than rough lemon rootstock. 1963, and David Fisher of Lake make it easier for more .....(llrilo MI nmmlMlnn th* offli of, I tha HI I'.lIr.Id. ft.( YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REfERENCE

"However, very often 324's were so low in price, Alfred who described the tripto people to attend he said "."nnrlBl Uonlovard. l.akclanillnrl 1" WHEN YOU NEED ITI
l., t l nprnr-4 .1 I UO "M.
< 'n > ;
Chicago he won last The Youth Fair will be held
the growers got nothing back on them. year. OMtAY: tlAIICII I. im for thi E CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING -- --

The new organization also got rid of the old The Polk County 4H Dairy March 19 and 20. follf.wln'un.will -material H'.rld: "nj" Pan. I Appliencei Furniture

"combination grade" of No. 1 and No. 2 orangesthe ni nlK, .i-t of two 35'4' II'*. ''. : .
fold lo UK RATES ron< PROMPT an n-alrsSsf'trio. .RIDEa DonS fufoltors prInom.I
hl..d. Dna (1) x
interior sold and "amended the marketing orderto 171," Cnlo No. I II.4C ttI .ruir. Stably! mMtiiniipplltncri .nd I M.t h.n CurSItlIra. Pboaa 453-
have Indian River Mechanical I* PI TIP* ..11 ThrltH Cll.rvlc ,, mist
separate regulations for the 14 4D Hlork: TO 111 No. 1 .
Harvesting Ma ... pBrlmint mo-51I
V. hit. onami-l Colon? lllii.ln '
and the Interior
tlona to lw e.ourtIr |>r..rrii, Mliitmam'lharie$1.0SWorm Lamp Repairs
This was done, Seymour said because of certain with" Iwo additional .|I.WIHI| p.,- Dan p.rl Oars Pant Auto Repair Serviceanrtlco.
l"I I ciilori, nmklna; a lolui of LAMP. REPLACEMENT: atm'S...
differences in the growing cycle and maturityof Research To Be ProbedLAKE nil t color". It boll' pinna aro la J 6 28Itl5 otclcaRDa .rUDaMITIII: Limp pattam,d nplr Irapurl!
fruit in the two regions which made identical run on tha .urn plat. All a 101'3 tO Hoi 1 j3 OiBplot r.valrsabd Htudlo not loath orluni Afonu. -
printed on. dido of .h..t. Panel 3 I g1!! | hs fl 8 .*r.Ie. lit Hlihlind iirwHPKLIAI .. MU 448JIMevlng .
regulations unfeasible.The Al l to baik. tip panel #4. I'anel 19 410 .13.03"
also #110 bai k up punel *i. flat*. CLAHRIPUD BPACI RATES
Grower's Administrative Committee WaahsodSS 1 Storage
ALFRED California cussion of the Citrus Station sod a olarillon| to b. mippllixlliv lilt pir raluma InikCLAMIPIBD CAR Sub II 10

eliminated the marketing of No. 3 grade. "The first Citrus harvesting specialist In harvesting research programs. vendor from rnniil urnl.hed>t. artr.'adv O DISPLAY RATS 81110.., .Pre 19)6 plc-tnn-ma BH I Or..n d.llJJ04 .. ALUIO VAN LIBM' nor ....., mmIts .
wire recommendation for n oni'nrra, by U JO per eoluma InohComrtot Soum Florid MOINIRAL I ....10.. yotaall Warihouto
we ever got begging a research and industry will Join Tuesday will be devoted to Florida llruo. t omnilaolnn. orp
I .. 1141. It To.""' las. *saL MU
regulation was from a fellow who asked u:: not to their Florida counterparts here visiting groves where exper PrnxreMlpruofa to b. aubmilted >21 I : R.Ui Upon R au froi '. I5U.
for approvdl I befoia TIHI orvli -
eliminate No. 3 oranges." tomorrow yough WednesdayIn mental harvesting equipment is Delivery mutt ba mad; prenBrun by WANT AD DEADLINI Mid ilnnm.nl Irutk Bud A'IlIL. I. IIH4 paikaiied In WORD AOS AND AC. ADO whnl hal!. .lnl No* and sand Picture FromeiOrliaai
Despite the initial resistance to the new mar a Mechanical Harvesting Reo' in operation. This will Include ,
unit nf ire ....h. with quaa. 430 p DO. dip beforo.public- "-.,. rlr"d. MU '111
keting orders, Seymour said there were very few search Conference. demonstrations of tree shaking lily. coda number. and pur 4, tlon (....., 'und., tapirada PICTOUI PRAME.: aosutlcultrima
Rein well ,'h... order .marked'S un stint bo In our offlc H- / .od mo.ldln. Cu,00m aodrrsdr
of Dr. Herman J, hortculturist equipment at as machine Auto Seat Covers
violations regulations."We for 4 JO PtldarlCUU1PIIO .
.0. h bulk eonlalner. Sri,",. do* S in ens'S.. O.ID'. Ar' ahon.5S07 .
had lots of people, particularly through the -In-chargo of the Citrus which blow the fruit off the llvered lakeland. Horlda Tel- DIRPLAY Slr..L MU '.J ...
Reitz said these demonstrations cannot h. ....pl.d, Any II'00 a m, dor biforo puollratloa LOaD S AV'I"O 10. ConorL Coinpirta
Station a unit of the Universityof trees. Dr. cram
who liked to handle fruit and let sulomolloa into-Ions. 555
South they us I
tho <' cpt oundkm paoer IIt.
ln Florida's will also be to ...., E.., ".::0. PhQD. MU I-1HO
know if the quality they were getting wasn't up Agricultural ExperIment open .atluna tnimt ha inaila not .II-KB SIlo b* In our alfiw -
LI.o dip btlar IS 00 noon.
Stations said California'sinterest the public. 10 un..Vrfl ty-iws hour prlurlo H UORrV Do-" yournolfPhooblns i
to standard, Seymour said. of bid openlni Otherwl.e. It All idi muit b* In ha Lds., BeokkseplsgaooKltIbPINO and UaoUlral lupoliai.
In coming to Florida Ia The final day the meet will .
Ih... sill bfor II 00 Hturdky
rnnaldenil that am
he said "the advent of processing will u* Pro 'Informatloal ill aellvirr. I
Eventually, an Indication of the advance bo devoted to Individual and neclflratlona and ..iiy. tin for .. lIulloa m II..- AND Incom Til'vlo tool rental pip* out and thread
for oranges took the profit out of handling of low made by Florida In mechanical conferences. demtiHHl by all blddtrator dip i >aprTha "" *. Oar or ...n'o.' *, hat .d. 31 I oor..nv los. SU.$41e.laa.aitj4. .
group IlIrth,,r.lataIl'a II at the I- lAd.., will sot bo niponilblo dependklil- ....1... Bill Cull, LakalindPrinting.
grade fruit. harvesting. Some 12 CalifornIans I In a letter to Dr. Reitz, Dr ub ova offli'*. Iho Unrlrta I'Itrii.imnilnnlon for mnr this 0". Ph.,. HJ-u J.. ,
"In 25 years. we probably have had some 300 are planning to attend the con- Walter Reuther head of the ri .".. ,th* rlfhl to ...or.... "'.""D. i io

Convictions for violations," he said. ,ference. University of California's Depart r.J. any/iSAM 0' all! bid.BANKS o THE LAKELAND LEDGEI Building
POR ALL your prlntlnl neefli
Dr. Reltz said a tentative program men t of Horticultural (halrman TELEPHONE I rail MU 1.4404. Commerelal .r....
has been outlined. The Sciences said this conferenc MU 6-1151 110011I addltlini. Cuitom oablnrtoInrIor .Ing UIKrlwada.' IIlh..hloc..ner.'n. .

program will open with a meetIng will be fruitful In providing an I' a. TRKA .LRT DPPAKTI.NT E titerlor dKaratlniPreneh
IT WAS A SUCCESS from the start. M : IMHKNAIj: HKVKNUKKVICK ind mo l.rR panillninoofini
at the Citrus Station with opportunity for those with a *nd immi, Fro. ...tt.m.I. Radiator SorvlcoANY
'; Notlca i.f Ilibllo Auc
"It wasn't a month before we had regulations H .,...,..
... .
Caiy Call 18890 -
members of the Florida Indus common interest In mechanical lion I Halo. February Ii 1*I4. t'u- ANNOUNCEMENTS I
and were operating as if we had been in busi- Pine craftingin Lockl ooniclor TYPO radiator aenrlearleanlni .
going ant to authority remain inn'tIufl
of citrus to and o .. ,
try Harvesting Committee. This harvesting see Ll ned ind bonddtSUODILlMO reeorlni reDulldlniPeddyi '
$ olll of th* Internal Kay.'na
for It's been smooth-sailing thing Radlatoi ,,
a "
ness years meeting will Involve a discussion -discuss Informally the present ('ndn. th* fnllowlha derlbrii 2 Cord of Thanks AWNINORid s-a.81.. 'co.
but keeping it smooth sailing! has been difficult a of the needs of and statue of harvesting research "perlx h.. been aelied for non I "-, palloa, bouia ........
Industry yninnt nf dollmiuont Internal r.v.onu. :J: uldins and fenelni Ph.n. MU BLOCKS f toned
few times. Seymour said. will Include a generalized dis- to assess which approaches i. la... duo from K M Sodrid ,,.- 1-13IT for '100 aitlmataCarpeting on nhkli, tyol.-flo> method, Re.
"I think it has protected the reputation of the merit future emphasis to coordinate -( il nnetrurtura Inr, mil W..IJ'.srl .T., i thoil *h eCom'.mad Ullrnpoihy 5oUlhPloldm..mlr.hi' t>...5524407.Reweaviag, 0..1.., .. sass
I la beauMful
Hlr.et Hartow Florida 'l'hr 10 many
fresh fruit end of this industry. Very often we w --- these efforts and hope rnperty will ba aotd In aeeordar. and practlcil way durlna our

r have had as much as two years go by without a fully to generate some worth. with tho provlalnna of Hertlun 6Jar, 0) r..*nt .......mn-nt.. .. *...n.. CARK'r IXP'ltT t.Uto..11n.I.II.U.n I
101 th* Internal I Cur,.,,. Loda, and amb.srWrI( Ihinl* luch kind- .
letter coming in complaining about something we while Ideas for possible new approaches -'th* reaiilHlluni tharaunder, at pub 0iaI Oi55P.., b* fanotuaTrl I .3..135.Mot..r'. ParsIluf.Phoni POR cxpcnr nwM ma *f mom

had done." to riarveiting I I II In auction on lha Illn Hay Manh. I if 4, at IVO P.M., at sIlow.ot HtlllRANO CHILDREN .t.. call KMIura tMwiavloi Soonlos. ,
Seymour got started in citrus during the De Fear Mtraat, Bartow HoiUearrlptlon '- AND MARY URANIX-HILDHIN U.UIIH OP Concrete SOs-ISIS.:

pression. A resident of Polk County since 1910, Harvest :I Id.Hal palla of Macnum uf property Wat.r, <.6 J5en LIClfNSlED CONCRET' pootriaiol Swimming Pool
when he came here with his family from Louisville, rooflni .6 I eat ,..11. of Ma*. ..On llrMti'aura.lurbi ll.ora, ...1100.!l000sItUaba. iSO I

nu" Watorpreuflna- Aaiortment 4 lost and Feun l 45'l4lOtuaalsod. POOL cLsaua.o. ,...,
he first lived in Bartow. .,,nlalnlnaapproximately 131 tb.par orMUM K H Marrll. rOd.
Of StrawberriesSeen S i I I a rhoinIral lupnllM.nulpmenl .
After World War I service, he went to Winter fot of a..prn.ciur.riaa.. .... WH 101 Ian Main.Televldeni .
I Anaurtmont of 19 rartona, '- .
n'laming roUND' LIV.II on. .hll. oo'nt.r 1108. &
Haven to work in construction with his father's firm. .1proll".I.I UJ'1'1 Horth .Id. St 10.0. Coli amtael Ftmeikrtrrv

Years passed and in 1928 or '29. "I was changing This WeekPLANT :.3."laro of. ao Aoph..IL pros. l'lo.ur.loauro. MtrlpaAmorlment atrlpalarton ., j= *!, PINCI Compani Inc

from Job to no job" when he was asked by a I of Wide I lorruualodtelr LOST BLACK SlUt! tao one ,_ __ .. .
: lap lemal Dacbibundard nI POR TKLIVIHION r".lr..a all
... ..-.. .
W ko underMid
non'S -
'' .n. .ro.
'''' 0 .um. .
work for the Florida Citrus 41S OltandirUMT make lint relllttl* MnlM, fallIhrlUy
friend if he wanted to CITY With favor 4H(* plvcea In vMri.U.ulrs., : I Ukiland Indutrr, MO 3 CIty. MU s-lisa.
Growers Clearing House Association in Winter able weather conditions this 1 Aaaortment oC Corrugated Aaboa POINT m bird do*. i inoniha 01.1. :4tJS. rro. *.llmioi.
100 ronulnlnv appraalmati.ly S43ra 0 old' b'nwnollbwhi
Haven.He. week strawberry shipment pi. In Oari ou.is'.. I AMaort markmii' Call MU S.174*. I lucerne Tax UpholiteringBAOOETT

ws with that pioneering organization until from the East Hillsborough mans of t'Md torruitated Anboaloa. A': _
It broke up around 1933. "As I recall It, the clear- county area should exceed the ..t n lalnlni .r.li:: Roll:r of Aabe pleiutorloua S Perusal' NotkMIUV I INCOME TAX *. III* *oior* .nd Cr..... ..a.
inghouse did everything that the Commission and approximately :300.500 pints of to. Corner feet Hull 1-Holl approilmalely of AIIa.Rita. ateliuesr mix. and oali tuni and I $5 and upBlock onabla mId ..11"Prw". ",ilim.....t......mOb... toll up

didn't have berries harvested last nortlaa aoadi. Dial kttl S-41M 111111....Brln Rood.V.n.tlall .
that we a research week Holl approximately 54In.
Mutual do today except _
ear '..1. I A..I'1".n01 aplor'sim.laIy or ..... .. Culberion HardwoiCHRISTIAN .. 11 & R Co.
according to shippers

recalled. Shipment
program. Seymour 14o iI." Ft. itS p>"a) atAobrta C1J.c 150150 STAMPS ...It...... or Wukdma S A M. to a PM.asheS. Hindi
Next he became auditor for the Associated Cit- during last week climbed Heawall I AanortmenNtalnloaa bou.hl & .... son Saul 101..., ... SInS
from 3,558 flat '"t stool Nula, Holt. 6.:1-.2: VERTICALS AND borlionlalaautaatuNil
on Monday to'
rus Growers and Shippers, in 1934. Spessard L. Holland lit'r..w.. and Ironwta I A........ 108 West Walnut St. .. ....INtI. clrantd.reflD .
said and .000 Hat Friday. bringing theiveday ;mont oonlamlna awl llnaar feel ofpeclal suastso Coma .nd AIM ouumobllo fno-
the Seymour _. ._
for .
!.I .1.0
group attention
was attorney Chairman H Phone 686-1958
member. total to 259.992 pints I Hullt alatal hawaII Koy ,"' .. .h. need. at .... pstl.ni. MU liSa UlBd Alr-Ut. MU i-Silt.
Doyle Carlton later a governor was a Oal tha rla>l. title, and InterontK 2.1313.
the first citrus laws he I. W. Allis' Mowkrum of and approximately 300,000 pints : K M Indualrlal' lonalniLton TRAINED INCOMI Ian That organization wrote for the week.Handlers I lie. In and tu tha proparty will U>m' SLIP Co>., Shoo, 304Cluitaul '. U 30 4 00. 7 00 till USI LEDGESClASsIFIED
remembered regulations on registering brands Ok*.<...*.. ... .... ttumttnr hi offered for ..I.. Th. urma ofpaymoot Road 4M-M7S Dr*. 1 100 rm *>cpt undayi.. Borh. ADS
of berries said that : will bo <'cab op II. aquina..ntapuna000 o .."... badprdi, allp ovr,*" MlWhlll. 1700 KltblMB
field boxes. .. .1 l c.ev.u'isa ckcimvn f.tho ...... I Inl. Roil
and specifications on this week should bring relatively I I I. ,,1'0.. of Ibo hi.< he became of GAC-SAC 1 ht MUMM! iMvmtie .f .., bid Th. aljov will ba off. .' .... NtI. .04 ISlallauloa. RU"dr.d.
before manager
Finally. heavy supply ,of fruit with :,. .. of ..m.l._. 10_ohm-s____InmOPALS __
., Fwit sad ..rot. 110'''' ; .od I" th as IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS
under the Vifttakl .EIL
Producers Trade Association, If favorable ... .
Seymour joined improving quality II Iron at* with lha aal being aLlOTS mac I* B*
Walker auditor. Aa.ecistiea. Tki cotimrti*!! will weather prevails for the rlud.d when Ida hl.h..1 bid I. ii. 0.05. IB Medulla uardtaa 110 BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION
Marvin ripening -
as I ""tod. LAI;KIK W TOMUV. 8uUl Oirde Dpi"., Plla lh.m- I
Each of these organizations was in one way or k. .M4. .t Ik* AmirkcM Hot.l, of fruit and staging of the ,ION (D.II'Io'! Dirwtor of Int ..nalnue lad *.!. 1110 Oil *nmpoaHI

another a forerunner of the Growers Administrative- Sol Horko.r, MM ml l a h, annual fair and 29th strawberry I Itl.i5 ii ,m. . CLk-. .od.rm nat. *II UM 7t HilrtuU.and up. 75000nSJ.aaas tIM MUAFor ClassifiedI

Advisory Committees. S.,,. 22 to 24. I festivaL I U.II 000. a 11000, ,
Shippers -- -
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I -if EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 62 lsalneasOppertuoltes- 76 LandscapIng '97 Articles For Sole-Mite: 97 Article. Fw S.lt-MllC. 103 Fwmlture. & AppH.clIBADCOCK'S .; IH Planei & Muikol Ini 117 Automobile Wanted

53 Help Wanted female 56 $Saturn HrtRDY SOD CO UC1IAIIO& oil .11100 row,' RtTCHKN BTNK ....w. while. POll BALK., fluui.....I...clarlnrta Piano. 4 torn apordlon ;A01-B0 Call CLOAN IOU 3-3005..or. 'Se to '54Modol

I WAirntxa WAN-TRD an II 00 PULLER BRUSH Soon evereeiover : EARN DIVIDENDS K..It'.. loa.. 01I1 IrIdIns S..00mm. .d' u.dor rar.tr.00,000.1aItlern. siftssoiaer raat Ira ISo* now Sums Van rhrtMUM rtuoaablfU7 Ill00005 ....Pllon. Rnallant condltio PAY CASH for plokup trlack O

39 791 Went Memorial BpulevarCAN 1100 a week II this ana SfloiMlfD 8Il.5It.'I: _' An Bertr-l ThoSe 1a..IDO. 050. SeoSmnso, IOII.J tar under 17 nodal fleaat .
YOU-i a.-'aa-W tii Do your You can eipeet to nut -- SEMIANNUALTRADEIN Sooth Plorld.ii' MU 3.JIM
thai much to atari Call SM4S4IS : ll. M Olleaert MO .-- RSPOSOLOOI1) Jvi"N room.i'unllu. TWO TWIN 0.0_ Nt&- ii"iA :l--w.iiLltriiii;: ,
art,11110. to your preient tncem .. to be .nld 10 000000morlu100 ,. Ron ourl WI PAY 111 up for look tan
'" Clttn .ndIUoD
*"".""i lo,'il, ruitemrn with "1 ,s tot p M dealerenlp lo ace If. you can auatlr IN LESS THAN TRACTOR WORK Mowlot dlnt ;: 5.7 al Mark. Tradtat2IU Ironer soot ynoforl' _IIIM. NU CLEARANCE 01.", 'JBO Call UU 1.JOSI alia Free Pick up Tonkal Iron ant

". Air Halhawar Ceaautlca tradlna sod plowtnt ape Po.I. PrO Taaioa Hllkwair 3._ SALE 4 pm Melal. Inc IS2.JUT
... Plitlro,PSIOPSOIPY Phone SALESMAN,iii iD--.or hamidelivery rltllae in yard aeedlot aod oroel.I. MU 2.a3tlllIRPi.ANacIl YAMAHA, CONN plknoi orianurvloa
l" "'mu eel.IU7 21 Otodso ate 21-90 ConnnlMianulua ins SU.1417 Ml.I7jlINSTRUCTION "" TAKE! UP aronHila";' 00 anTip or TO wo Hllhial ,...IIt, and ,ublllty CAdRlNnflSuh. cOn or pl.ku"
: >
A'".". company beutflta. notpital 30 DAYS : l l *. ITO-B rae -flee Call MOOT .brtwwn I ..d TKADEIHUXOWANCS Ml.3711 1041 BouUi norMa 'ea or Dlde C.II 500-0005. SOd

i c"K"MPANyi ; r mien. troup life. accident and dl... 10' U... aiioo MaellaSM 1 Sunday FOB YOUR OLD BBonooM Avenu* aw-fotd. Bill HowardWANTED _ _
UA .. -
U.ulbl lion crtU6 --
rualUt Apply Borden Dairy OLD Junk ran ormroba. new)
,,'.t..e.f wanle experienced prlif 555-NIb. iiA ROEMUCK rhaln sow UP TO awTRADMN PIANO MAson and i iiiiin
44 Lake Wire Drive for tin Prompt plokup
aUiUtly lined UolM cHe & Call AIMWANCSon I
570 who u "
.....n ritUaii nary sierunt a iaarr born! '.ALBlNAN ALUMINUM prod0010 SAVE BY MARCH 10th 14 SchosliPUHttDAI iiso CHEVROLET Psur dear at) 3-0250 YOUR ou Lmno MOOU nan laponaivo. Call Barlow Biano IM-1730 at i rebarialn Call Black 63.111.

I ... 'i 0 p.r mouth. (rail auallMceII ..uleelon I Ir bUll. Call aIV >tdan Two tood ueed aullnaMi MWMunt russ-- ---. .-. '--M-II u, lIP TO uo -iiI'i'rash: for clean tar or

I" letter to Dl.lrlcl Ml*. ..- .,.. I pa AT FIRST FEDERALOF LARGEST and mart 0.. drop head timer eawAt mo13105 -IIM$ Blob back KtktVt HIM TftADa.IN A104wA0c5 MONDAY ee. Orand pickup IT older MU .
.. I tWO borsosr 011 MM .. o .
r? Drawer AP Lakeland nodara .... 35500. IUIM I dlaMI POll TOOl OLD Al'PL1AltClop piano e. I3K
CASH IN 8BU ELECTION beauty aohool LakrlaBtauty .11e.
''d.. stole con0111. '' 11Ilea ebb aludlo (31B ITUBplnot
1'0 11$ .
\'3IIO03010 0555rkultIll t :---r;;; : Polltlial Ctadldalei WANT D*. OOID_', ramodaltd air. oonampla ... 'M-ILCO; 21' coaeole TV awlvebaie 12140 Bo. a.Ha. oruneriiprint TOADS-UI *IL.OWANCPP05 ...h.M4 Brown oslO BpUwOW

lod or ,In.I.. 50. 11.30 Most MAND the UNION LA8BX on PBLIC Iniured "...... parklni MU S461TTEimON .. Goad _1t1Oft. aba ileA ntMntt IM souP ow DINOTTS. $ 1 BouUiFlorida
x nod 01 \h..tlco sod Coms5Iss. I Advertlalaa Book lallty porlablt. Land-O-UUta SIM.. Stale forllllatr .*... M lb. II M Pendarvii CII.rl will
Matche MEHI Train nowheavy ui ate N WShuh.CNU.DCOAP'r VOId .bedroom aullta owipletalaky SOS Thom Sptalal ValuetW.S.BADCOCKCORP buy your .a data
Tint Ceehlerrnt Hperlencei FRBC Political Melon S
4'3 p.f ID.U" ......1 dIYld..d ,
5 oulpmant oporai .
000 Radio
109 Television
",Iplul Menu line implon btaeLakeland Cttalot SURE.FIR! to Orb.. paid qusdOirip AIIII World look
Trained I1M week,
'. Lots 0' room for .d.....- 'on hl.Ite.h... await dallyoommlaikm and up Nationwide placemen _..... Call Sf00, 0 .... ... Lists lot antlsb.ksdfomsltoro $000ood
molt Apply 10 P. O. Nos 10. oa avtrate orderal 5 2 convenient ;: HEY LOOK! yt>w IM4
.ff boss
Aim Bit Line General Adv. .r"... Oreraeaa opportunltni ,. 0 said TV's ::.: 040 Adtl
Ralph Uannlai with AlOha olor ulnialoni TOO HIGH?
QUI.NECCHI .matlroaaaa 5400 "ar .
Matcaea for builneaa BUSALESMEN .
I LADIEI' EARN acomt msn Its. ID. P1IItIOR MATCH every,11II a. Oroso.Wood Tralnlni. arh..... T01 *1. COil, ZIG ZAG VOId dnello... HIM u" MobS store a-4 WarahouenMulbarn alua Whlla \ 1.10.Pa*

Sod enjoy pleaitat work Ch..o I'. w. FIRST FEDERAL treat. Tampa. Pounds 3MM oood uaed. aUrta aod ,.(.,.. Ploeld.Mulhoro'p rock Radio. Ml tOttl. lohW.b..h. Ptndanlt Chevrolet win pay aftroar
sum RoiiraiI
eewuu aiaoMM. 0005sew
Ini eondltlona .1h. .m. time _ton t49M. aBtylo late modal ear and Mfdyou
aa > Puller Bruih dealer Pull GET INTO MiteaAtitonatk 550105 ... n.woOS rrafl palnl II." aallo a... to I a daily, Pit klteenl4l bone In out you afford.Bee .
or pan ...... For further In. 0014.5. 3010 aUHkat, 5000.somorn Alto I-nssI at Pl..mbln. ..d S 112 Wanted MlieilloniouiOOOD .
formation call lrunt SAVINGSAND CIVIL SERVICE WORKMen ,, .io. .Jakai altUMiee toss; Word.Ie. Ope AH Dap wedneadey Mr. RuiueU Duna
.... SaM far ..-N. 3005005 cOLT FOAM ROBBER Over M aeeaelai atom tertln o
W fiiihh'ANTID. ,; .women II and ever Seeurlobi new doe only 1711 ar II atr OUTLET PlorldaUkelan poor u.U Im.IIIU PENDARVIS
Must ho7101a II your Job demanding of HUH pay. Bhort noun Advanrtment P00th.. Wo Cut II AirY Ibis AMoeiato Store 3.3"

Cobb SOC North Flo.ld. you AND PAYING YOU according -' LOAN ASSN. Prepare by horn MU 2-4137 WE PAY TOP PRICES 111 .... Florida Ava.ladtock useD 'onloitora ad oUlorhouoh.ld
stole for local mate end federaexaitl Oood Died. Pvmlturiand iwmaMO Top .. Sold
for .
will Treat Too RlihtELECrMIC
fi INTERVIEWERS. par : to your full abill For rREE Informalloi Applianca 3- 0400 or MU I..JD. CHEROLE

\.oil u Itnmenli telephone or ties Here Is what LAKELAND write Lincoln service. Boa II.134Lakeland .
our opportunity ZIGZAG AUTOMATIC WANTED PINK: ., tOld ,
STOVE p. 30
pr tonal rail Balarir il to Hour LedierLIVESTOCK CALL MU 3 2044 .oortsenlolse llmbor _
Him Khool, education Empire. does for you. 0000 : Oranae at Tennetaee ,.1&. Automatic waiher |4> hardwood an
117... Kno.HU.. 1>nne.aeeBOOKKEEPER Ors,. Park cryetal. Lake Orlvat automatic sewing machine Polk Trading Mart Both sood skiS. Call MU IPT amall au..UU. 113 Mm. lot 120 Farm Impliminti
Meadowbrook console. Like Balance 4100.IS 11 t
mill silIca five du OS HWY M EAST uprlihl frteaer elth
I $3688 or $6 month. AUTOMOTIVE
week Salarv open. Apply In own FROM $400 to $900A per sh.l... la door. AIM lane re. FORD TRACTOR sad douhlC dll

hen"11 'IDI P 0 Bon 1037UMand MONTH II Bogs, Colt, Pets Fully guaranteed. MONTGOMERYWARD Irll....... see ...lIm., 711 Wee.1QUlnc CII IIIU 5.50001
TRAILER PARK street 116 Automobiles For Sole .C FAHMALL tractor with new
WAX HID APPLICANT lor pull- OAROtNO HOLLY KeanelCrirla .. MU 2.4137 USED APARTMENT alia OB ..- ary mower Will tell or .. .

',on ol library aeelalanl Mist C FIRST.YEAR BONUSOF 18 >,".. all completed 3 rental. and Ted Van Allen. He., mentor,. IJBtn I 1003 CHEVY II. air conditioned I J304 Bulb Florida

be neat accurate typist Apply $2040 trallera included Price only ':1. ill berry Runway Phone MO i BLINOtLANO SNARE druai. caie.lead Peteraen ppoalto... l..e-to..1 automatic tranaoilaalon. radio. I CB TRACR for ..1.. .

Cl>ll ....It. Ollde. City B.ll. I 000 Mdown T R Tucker. Call. .Jim... Realtor Poweriwltn 2-0.13. praoUee pod ClOt SBplitol ONI DININO table. breakfaa healer. tinted slaaa 11.8. Coil i Pu MU .1. :
... ...
bit. .
All eondltionf4 -
wVMED"YOUNO WIRE HAIR Chlhuahuaa. Toy .
Isdp between C COMPLETE 1111-113. Installed Fencing able and chalra bedroom turn! 6111-714.
MI tiarA M for port Itmt *orkIn T.rrl.r., Plklateie' Pomeranian. 4ll ore and mlacallaoaoua. Reaioa WE FINANCE Your .,ooit I I 121 Mobile Homes
Lakeland office Huh Khoo.1.I..t COMPANY EX Oerwiaa Bhephtrde, tropical. tub NEW n4 Model eM aw ._. ble. MO t-met good Low aa 140 do..BunahlnUned
'aduala. ... of area. w.uldl snsrOno.. monkeya, and auppllee. narhlaea 110._ buttonallarhmente CHAIN LINKFor Can. I8.IMS.
prefer eomo fyplni and .1..aI PENSE C....'. Pet Shoo SIS fInnS area bslo* ..... .5 .......... 'Wiskosi .ELECTRIC PANDa 30" wIth IIndow .D..
I and timer Oood condlon REAm. MICE 5054 2-t. MONTEREY DELMAR
.. .
backiround Oood and Full prate I4S 71er
Protection :
CAPABLE MAN IMP MO 1-4aN. 1 05. sw.r. Air :3u Hrlrimauu. -
trios benefits await Uu blob 0 PRODUCT BACKED BY POODLE Bhoone. Profeaalonal II aionlhll U enalifM. credit Askins $275. 0- I MIRAMAR MARX
etllber prrion wo art leeklntApply ,...nlln.. uluda. cupplea applicant not'. Photu MO 1OS17 and Beauty.

I Oenorel Tiltpnopo Con. V/t MILLION DOLLAR desired by national companyto 1961 Kathleen Road Shop NATIONAL CASH ...1010,. '00. 104 Gas Oil, Fwl I :: VAGABOND
pan y Peroonnel Deportment. MJ-4146: Homo. IMluaFRENCH Poobrn. Bo.k.1
Lakeland establish retail businesson drawer Illlae cabinet tit uoalo. h...... 00100.010

an exclusive baa.' In OIlMAN 8HEPHIRD no," for Call 5000102.STRuM ROPANI OAS ,.. _".,. hrat- "...... .ol.' .Ir condition very
SKCKtfARY Spanlin EnilllhE ..... R.50150l0 Call NU .1011
IRON Ironloi koard. aaa FREEESTIMATES Ini het water. Irritation ..d.... mood condition Moss MU In eeulie DEE'S
n tal pharmaceutical menulaclurlnf
> POODLE 'UPPI&S for tal. 10 i.ot.ra. TV remote coatrol deep trial we call Me-3tal ivy't Imoerlal eatala Call 688-17U or IU2331 -
boo companr In for KalamaaooMich INTERNATIONAL COMPANY LAKELAND ...... old. ." ......._1.. Call ISO flahlnt rod and reel I, dlihei 0.. Servloe 13JJ Newubandale MOBILE HOMES
_r...... MUtt lam Spiolob.Ot&lIsh die LEADER IN ITS NU 5.3205.nsolamoeo. Combo' Ware and ihottun 733' .IIh..,. HI PLYMOUTH elation waaon

lalloa la .bout lantueiee Anliasi FIELD Factory training and super MALI ChIbuslouspupISu. South Johnaon 99 loch, Motors, Supplies 1929 Very nice Call Ma 1-4070: I Ml N. Wakaah MQ S-0591

I Opportunity implorerI vision Insures success olusiness FrOnd. 10 0,11 5000.. POll SAL5 ........11' o1.th. ulsoII 05 JwwtlryV Oak Avenue. Kathleen .
Write Mr>. "' .r..., Whin. IMS Chi hsshos. tan too-yin, same and It B..I.",. I. alronrrIt TRAILER BAU8 Mnla.li. boor.Our. .
For appointment and canfidentlallntervlew > Moderate Invest, .. .. I P10003010 BOATS. 000 00 01nsddi.bonmds. THUNDER81RD f os515 B.lI .. .
I I UPJOHN COMPANY KalemetoeMIcJ Hod Rshbila'r. 883.1100BIRD. 116-22. : .tor. ". supplies. lnaured
sims.. 5511301,5.saddl.blkoo. .,. 5500. MU 5-1070.
caih. dumonda. laid I .
) bonded local and nationalranaporura
--- call ment for stock and fixtures MYNAH 00* ysanas id tad NtCS BIDROOM suits. reason..hlp snthosrdn. till.m5. null,.. old told platinum. .11....
..... Call ... .3811.I MU J-II'IJ 000..110'0. 1I..ond.l. .1010. as.lea. 980 CHEVROLET four door waon -- 1"1..870 New
N.IOD. .
required. Not house to home Jewelry. 108 Booth Torlallnum Clean one owner, 1,0.- Tampa H"h... Ni ..
PHONE POODLE puppy Beautiful CARP!?. CARPET "' ..U..IIMilld. J93-I6SH US Columbia Alur I
Write Sales
or vending. Id.LADIIII .ITTLl BEAVER trawl Villa...
MR. CODDINGTON I S WOrks Biale Miniaturerere .. BOSS eut le you 10 PLYWOOD 3& H' 1,1"" blUR .11110 bo.utllul I
I IoolitsbrO ..
091 FORD convertible. ContortMra \3 to 11'. Travel Trail.Havendale
SOLICITORS Manager. Jack Broderlck. deep brown Chemplon atoca ehapo and alae and edted NeW ,04. motor .nd CoO ".11... Cull dltmoud ,'n.. 'II po'nl.' .
BmlUi at 1024 Ira. Blvd. Winter Ha?
AT MU 6-8552 P. 2127, Sarasota, AKC case... 1100 _-8191. eprmt fabric aHU-endi ire bore WO 7-5130. Auburndaloel Have eatlrnale 1780T. lace Pn"I. ...

I WORK from your own I io daB MALE CHIHUAHOA puppy for Winter labrtcl reduced Save al It' ARKANIIAB Tnunsirmslumt.now. ... WOO ea>h. Write Lakeland 21.IM2.
MONDAY 2:00: P.M. to for Interview and ale I ..... Old. UI Sauta our fabrlcl ....ho... lalel I' H' Johnmn .1..UIO ,.. LId..,. Boa M.262B IEAL BARGAIN 'SI i. OWNER TBAN0P'.RRID moat
home. No iciling or appointment O 0 Hamilton .. '1' D 10' boIl.d. 10'
aorta Hlthwa:' .. ondltloned p O W t r .I Ra.
visit to MU 37050.pIpuneonrD .n".I. Till ".11.
factory Lincoln mama rom.pl.
.making. Locate and 8:00: PM U. 1 I'10 ..II.. North ef larilace IJOO HIS Columbia After I BUY antloue nimbi. wauhaalewelrr hobo, .ulm.lIo radio. healer. '0 8t"l. .'. Mobil.
Alto dlamonda. platinum .
Eniltah Shep.herde 4. new I... Into 'ark
.. dr.1
I qualify prospects only. Opportunity TUESDAY THROUGH Colllee. Rat terrlera, Toihepherda and eolna. John t. Lnen. 11]I .. IJOO MU MU
THURSDAY 64 Invsttniinn Slit .'dl malee IIS femalei 70 41 111 walhal wardrobe. 10.00 Limo.. ..1. a.lol. oil TRAVILO Wills full .1..
to average $250, 110 Chlhtahuae. melee IU le- Ample htntlni apace Five eenter NEW bath air conditioned Also 16.10!
$400 month. contact 8:00: AM to 1:00: P.M. drewera. 111 1700 KaUilwa Road ,Ml RAMBLER Classic Air ton- ibana with lane bedroom and
malee 120 slop COD approvalOwlnaa
per 100 SHARES Pint national Bank 106 Machinery &Tools .nine. clean Biet. Wood will eeueparately
Miss Moore 8775435 of Lakeland stork. IM ahareWrite Kennel,. Owintt. S. C 13 CUBIC Ft uprltht Ireeaer CRAFTFIBERGLASS .0.000 mllea or1n.1. 'a p.nl ..,p.n.ln..6.IU.
new HIO See .1IIorrl.
Boa M :21. Lakeland Ledl iwo msi. Pet-nor.. ervice lout Boutn Florida.1050PAMOLIR. .
USED WELDER I3S Ooodendltlon .
Tranafer At 5101.... 1101 Weal ampe MOBILE home tWo bOd.r..I'
51 Work Wonted ... .. '
So tal. 040 .orh 12. Memorial Blvd A ....1. I44S Pomhtta.oCoorS. four door etaweaon excellent rondltloa. Prlrareasonable

Dun Bl.d.. Auburodols. Floridi.P300. axtenalon Weal 11th street 110. al. cylinder 14 Circle.
54 Wonted Mat ol.m.llo. B..1
Hilp 65 Mortgogei 1 WO '.1111. 217. BLACKSMITH anvil to .. .
TRACTOR WORK wanted 11I0'". K'. radio. new tea 1133 L.k Bonny
int and dleclni New eoulpmeot COCKER SPANIEL Puppy. AKCblack tarate air ooropreiMr heavy Boats with bait I 107 Morlorl..
Fishing Plumbing Suppllt. OREAT Lakea
I list, pedeelal Hoor deluxe alum.
CAREER OPPORTUNITY: lUrtlnt Quick ........ Call for free eatl FINANCING AVAILABLE Conirucllon mils. 4 aioothi eld MU eraerr IU6 .
solar Ml 00 ptr WnI. Pno h_ lalee Fred I Pewera MU H)032 leant with toot and I-7791 lot on paved rtreet 001Woot well an-1 air tanks BUICK LA SABRE 00 .aiD"perfect Irol..1.h..._ twobedrooma
Second Street MU a-OIH .
vital *. lift Iniuraoeo plul retirement ..raonal ....... for bulldert orirotpeotlve I 10 fl. $139.00II .III .nl
ALTERING: ZIPPERS replacedreweavlni TINY MALE Rot Torrl. 7months. TWO Montgomery Ward WAGON fn.n. 117 Oakland ,
proiran A led 2440a home ownera Lake- DRINK boo,.. ine Coca "ad
aearinx all klnda MU 1-27U1. .11 WosI
rrted bun achool ".du... or House, >4I Norfolk C rclaIt Mrs end Mo...... Corp 201 B. Tenneieee : Cola Imp boo. refriaeralor. Bmal ft. 179.00 GET A GAS HOT WATER
equivalent 'h... Ml-MM Avenue. 6124171 .ulld ine t. .be moved .e.-_. 12 ft. 199.00 Cash $104 loss GENERAL a'.10'. .....
DO tractor work, dleelne .AK HEATER FROM WARDS
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES retlitered I.nt Mri slob>. John
&XP&RIENC1D DIElEL stsnbaa.Is BOWl,.. landacaplni Aba have 1159 Parkburat Avenue BETTER USED 12 ft new style $209.00 Have Rank will finance 11200 'oondito. 114 bat Ma .
COB .. 'III dirt. -1 Hot Water When 1730 B. Ave P.rl.
paflyW lilt 050, 0.. Reasonable 1104047 or .8I.35 0AKC L..ol. treatONTIRAY.
tunlll". C.II 0100My 0000,10.MU ....UIJ.. F.HAand FURNITURE t 13 ft. 295.00 You Need Itt 1 MU 3-1969
a..1.1 10' Ippolsloeras, VERY tiny* ton poodle.alure .. APPLIANCESANTIQUES 00 MOIST 'ILL '00 Rlolismdnoo boo..
WANT CARPINTlRlNO: 30,1 and dachehunde Doll 1 14 ft. 275. J -Hr. Initallauoa IlIrkans ..Ior. .070 P5w Tumpo

EXPERT HEAT pump and com 10815015 saks .... NusoOSbi.seAs CONVENTIONAL Heather oa Hlahway II Beflner. :j jHa &: GIFTS 117 N. Kentucky Olin.11.
merclal air conditioning 000.105med. ? No Jo00 amall leU- .. CADILLAC toW door mIss
Top WUM With top com. 1311FLOOR. T. 0083550.RBOI5TUO410 8 Dlere Walnut Dlnlnt Room_ SuiteS CRAWFORD MARINECorner MU 2-5103 ...1. Real alee conditioneondltion lOa&O' with lOibana '
pair. Replr la Box P131 Inks.land WE1I1ARANER ,.., Mahotaoy Chalra Round Alt uo palMs..n. Boreened porah Corner
UdierBo PINI8HINO. we hlniMr : MORTGAGE ...01.00 price M tood hoiot i Oat Table. out off-one Oak Tarellnlaheir and .. I2,oo. .II MO..5-OSOl Ott. No a. Gordon Park
1500w. 1.ltrl.r. 55002OI05Ikphi. ...I.7I4SI .. 01. natural. I OOkCb.lre N. Florida 108 Planes & Musical Init .. Bl.d .o
ENPuYED NOW' W.nt 10 llet.tor ..11m..... 0.1500531. pr..... to match-Tltir Maple Memorial Blvd. ICE 'II Chevrolet two door Syllnder ,
.urlOm Itosools COP. P. O. 000-4103 004-3000. Turnan LOANS I edroora Suite twin knob and stink excellent PtJRNISH&D SPARTAN 1,5)1..
181. Lakeland GENERAL CARPENTER work l, UYlltock .1... tope-Duncan ftirfi Table Phone MU 20448'T'A' ONE: ANTIQUE uprlahl ."", ondltlon IH. oIIUL 011th oubsol. 0001 hUn l.m.I
and I Chalre-New Mahoianr Lo.n.1I Ine 100 South Florida Mlllami, Lake Deer ParkWinter1 .
Buildma. repair rooflni. aod I. I 090 MERCURY four Tr.le
MAlt WAIfT&D T TOUR treeaer beef now 40.lb. Bedroom Suite. with douole bed ". 14 liberal" runabout ATmnne. MO 2.3111. Haven.
NU'I hano abon. ...n.. 1014111I. 01000. No lob too amall-loo lanenpeoo :o make your property eailer to! remote contrail trailer oor. hardtop Real clean Will
and motor
wrapped Whole twla dreeaer Butlin Deal
ut."" 5 -
..... ... M1.I237 ell or your dream home ..anbnroklaIn I.ke Phone IB3.0177XCELLENT
end capable of annum. lo own advanute of anea naif Phone MU 0-77U. MU Braaa Bed-.......ta.. DeekLlouor many ..Ir... 9419 TaatlewoodLate HEAR tra. 124 Trucks
I.. reipenalbllltr Work In kllrnen SRWINO AND allerellene. Allkinds. -y tZH loan. You CO 3-JIM Cabinet from Hem Konifleveral Parker. 1003 PALCOO .15100 wupon Trailer
S duo lsoludiOSWmksods Meat. 005ia's and thll- 171 of flrat THE NEW
*014 ausebinirs Tea flberilae double ono... MU
Mammuia .....1110 Include paid drool Can pick up and deliver 113100 and up la 00% I Carl' antique-TopCoa C.m.r. 17 ARISTOCRAT WITS' 1.0. rlVIo 1931 _Irkua, A-n
vacation will alert runt of the Jr-JI: 000 with paymenUirma .bottom boat two 45 HP Evln AUTOMATIC I.oa. CIIVROL&
man .oa13. : complete With flllera Rcver. 3&'m. South Plo..
al 170 per .... Rapid advance. yeara. Call today PROCESSINO CURING. relall rude melon like new. Till trail- OKCHISTRA CONTROL BUY II2SO lor 020IISOINTEONAIIONAL 19.;Jo
meal Apple .between 1-4 Wll.l Do 1osios In II' h.m.. for ermnlele d.t..... m Movie C.m.ra-ooU Cluba or. si.150. Will take 14 ..Iuml.um You PLAT a ona-note ..Iod, U Ford Oilaile V-l alandardke
Moadar thru Saturday pot M... Norrl. Il' NOrth Teslu ,so dWblualoan,l.a. Quality A.r Conditioner. 110 volli-level "boat and email motor In cub your rlahl head and auto.itlclllr new Ml lust Park. Set 4. Ion
1111 Lash Main street 0024740.DIPI1IDABLO. Convi nal loam up to 79% meat!. sours olgud. free delivery Clocka le .b.... frera-Hidn rade Bet It ill EdtlwaterBeach ,0 llrOO.note ..Iad, 5004 Iru.k. onor.
of app. led .,lt.W ilk ponOuOsIWrnsaf2l d. Treeaurea la Colleclor lumtBur 3.70,5... a full ehord-have more .Ikl' 011,0 OriOn.1.
COt0010 Woou. y.nrsPOLK an lit or whole or auarttr beef Mow-No Down Ftruent Drive 'oo from the ..r, rint not*. 0.. 000-7574. :3a NothPlo
.radu. dealrea ._, or part JAO. Meat Co 340 Weal Main The Bud tol Plot FLARE BOATS now aolri dlreo SEE HEAR FLAT "

PRODUCTIONLABORERS Um. tob Ate 90 7IJ 7114. Plant Barlow. aJ37go. Open 9AM. to 3 P.M. Wholeeale prlrea. IT lo 13. Flat THE: MANY beautiful ."1.. now iVIOI.E: *.Ion plcku. .
City. COUNTY ........ ... Boat CO., Lakeland I OD dliplayl SCORE A STRIKE ... Oood eon.lion .
COLORED WOMAN deiliee I dart CANNON MUSIC CO. 19. '3-IUa. Barlow

Local ,h..h... operation It ae- ...- ..r'. care for childrenedeanlni 102 Clothlnox. -O& l'< Ion five apeed
cenllni tppllcaUoni Iron tilth' soonrid MU 4-1877 MORTGAGE CO. BIX 3 month' old calvea. I partanaui THE SPINNING WHEEL J03. Florida A... 112.1141rlday tnn.ml.ln.) A.t Alterpm
Open EveolUTIPUl .. .ndll.n. .
achool iraduatet lo _. eonaldered one Odenuey belter. MU I lot Wont .
EXPERIENCEO COLORED holy UI II' Mos A... KNS BUTTS alae' 40 troueeraihlrte Against Ills Sell M"I.
for employment u production la- 080MHOR8B 102S B nor Id a 400ntDIXIELAND REA SPINET plan7li budget .
ahoea. 10* A t*'
0511(0 eaSe or reaular boisoo MU 1-7171 IBS:
borera Appllcanla moot .be In Conaolea
1351: IIudiOl.
Work 10. W"I Lim. IIr" AND Mhetland pony for cellent China and erratal. Phone 125 BUSH
lood hialUi. between .... 90-39 'tale White' faced cow with black MU a-3'M ..3951MXNB 3:1&: uprlihte. 1171 eairewna Sb the furniture JO D longeruse
and .be willini to work on rotating MORTGAGES PURCHASED W. Anion heller call in.3710OOOD PT. Parklni I In Rear or llur.iHRt'S 004 south Florida.
shift aailtnnenU. Apply Inperiion will buy pond morttatei. Turn : PRACTICALLY swms00000 Inexpensively with a VIIID BUSES for tale .h..1 or
between ,'ao m. sod FINANCIAL your paper Into caih. Lakeland I IMArtsas. OUKHNSIY Bilk cow for II.. top coat Call MU ACCORDION, 120 Boos. S WOrks 'I' tope. Pord .
old aNltoh.o.
1110 ... it the Employm I Corp. MS loulh Teneeaee aale with new heller calf. Phom 1.1333. 100. otIlihia ast.actloa Classified id ae. International. Prom woo
OfflreINTERNATIONAL. Avenue. 0024113.joy. MU 14177. Rooms is. 1180 0' Moat ....hollor up Coo.e H It Lewla, 415OouO
lmmsdl.0.ln. Wrilo Boo M. Dial MU now A. .
62 Builnm &UI % .nu.. "
Opportunities BUILD ..II. refinance PHA 1 103 Furniture & Appliance 2 00. Lakiland Ledter. aloa .
:: Wanted llvntock Pita
sod VA morteetea Plrat Murt.sbsoCoep 92 ,.I ouitV" -
MINERALS CROIC' .0010100 .nd Inrom.pr000rhss of Plorlda. MIS. '10". REFRIGERATORS. W 8'11 B R ..f"L""B CLAsSIFIeD O-liI'LAV, D"LAv

idol Rudy. LilLA.Ko.ao. Ida Ave. MO I 3137. WAllnD: A fsw dol, eattlo mckind. [ bolts... air conditioner!. ete All ------ .
& CHEMICAL CORP. .. 1&27 B. lII.m.rl.1 JlI.d.IIIU BUILDERS BUYtRS Lent term Will piy fGp 0503 srissP03.75 ....to repaired Prompt .....t -\nlTOMLNSON'S

0 Pl.r.1 A..nu. 04107.I mor"... loana evellaole with- D.'n.' IIU .0031 ....I... Bee ue for ..... need ....

B.IO.. Florida COIN L.uodis.. 40 ....or.. 13 oweet Into P.01510510 0 cloalna piiancee your Kelvinator and
R.',e d. |'1er Nile *. Day TV AoV -
drbono. .. oite. Conventional and PHA at
& .11'.1 100.11.. bllDlie. V5I
VII I. PAY 1129 per Week for 3 .780. .10100 .. BrSuso. Pail.br IS'. Corn." at oo ..U...: UDGIft pll..... \330 A..jtirsdsls lidMl

weeka to train operalor' for majorell .1.-.10J. Ion. Lakeland Morts... Corn, CLASSifIED ADSMERCHANDISE [NOIHING\ 0-2170 I

aervlct elation Small InveiUment LAKELANDS FINKS 105 B. T..o,,_ Aitnue. 1111173 BARGAINS Completely re
moit deune -
required 082-0394 'ull' and luartnteed SJO 55 and
eoln operated laundromatKor
ARE YOU bIds for"""a tood health ..sunos. loll I pan lima or full lime' Income In oed DriveTRAILER pals with email baltneea en l boil hisS la new or
NW Polk Co. or part Lakeland local properllei. Offered with dlirouot. ueed TV al Nile e> Day TV. 1130 V
Many Rawlelih Detlera earn PARK it tpacea 0InsolStiandsO1olhau00 112-1213 [lIKf Auburndale Road Open tin IOOam
U I 0510dus per hour Write 9: tlcyclit MotorcyclesTRIUMPH MU HIT '
.n 2te tcrea. I JO.000. Write Boa MORTOAOE LOANS aveileble on
Rawlellh Depl P"70'18. Mem.prili tOED: FRIGID Aln refrlieralormale .
M 261. Lakeland tenner rOIl...... Improved or unlm--
Too. i Ir.7od. WIth low ratea and lermai AND Yamaha paIn ., door IJ890. Taatart Jletereon

OILED OPERATOR for major oil i all ...... Lakeland Morleaae and aervlce Sb..1,105tin5modila. .. oppeilte BouUitaleWEaTINOHOUBE LOT OF I
ompany aervlce notion Small aporte model larae
Co5., IDS Bouth Tenneaeee Aveje UPRIGHT
Act NOW, Earn More apllal required. 'd2.011. prlahta 5034573. -, ...... lakeland Cyele. CO. ItO a home of your own! See or : I ...0.ot eondlllon freeain Call-
0003345.OWNER Wat lII.mo" l.a..281
BOSS HOME IMPROVEMENT loan Soronuir. 8313T after I

WITH MAYFLOWER repaint aniddon. AlaaDebt THREE WHIEL Malliter motor oday'i Classified "Homes VACUUM CLEANERS r.Sullt.o. '63 OLDSMOBILE Convertible. Blue with white
... s
....lor. 1190 1031 OO..llIlIr.
DESPERATE! consolidation Prompt sor .dltlened new Repalra parla.
Radio air
INEXPERIENCED I... Lakeland Morttati Corp Phone 113 3960 for Sale" NOW for out- 0r5.ofi.id Eleetrle, 3131 Cleveland top. hydromotlc, conditioning

20' South Tenneaaae Avenue.II2S171 1041 MATCHLESS SMI a a.. .. lelthle Blvd I MU S-HI7 I power steering,
EXPERIENCED DRIVERS Fully stocked and equipped lle '000 mllea. Like new Brlni $3495
1400 1US Columbia After I. etanding valuen.CLAIB''ID A VOID OB 40" moSs. Clean power brke. .
going gun and tackle shop ol n5l.e.. I4D90 Taattrt *
'. No Bellini Required in excellent location for HORTICULTURE 96 '-..roo.. oppoalte Bou'h..... '63 CADILLAC Convertible Special EIDorodo. Fire

Trallera and bids lupplled $8 500 Antique U8&D 'RIOIDAIRI: Wnafle .7.1 Frost Silver point. Equipped with cruise control,
Paid Tralnlni only with good terms ..... .
71 Fertillier Sell '0. T. ..'5 C 0'1"Ib.
Inventory only more than Feed ANTIQUES Italian marble coffee ..... adjustable steering wheel automatic head lamp
If Mil are II or over pan phyi.leal teble. cut ...... brlelol nasa. '
own nra. finance luu {12.000 at cost! CO-1733 OROUI PlAT murk Prst aod lund woven Petti ruta. Oone DISPLAY. CLASSOFIIDCIPLAY; J control, plul all other Cadillac luxury features

Dlciel-I6S9 Oaa or later tractor sill mIOSs. 1.0.5050 a200 .. 11I.1. With The Wind lampa etc Mar.leret including air

Pal 0 Neal'. MU 2-4041. D. Carr. 1001 North Pena. $4995
WRIT: I Pleat City Phone 751IWIf conditioning .
Lsds.r I..n. AIM land and dirt for fillavle '61 MERCURY Monterey 4-Door. White. Radio, heat
7 Article For Sole-Mite.
K MU I 3071
MORTGAGE TOP QUALiTY Psosols and Ar- Come In /tnc fleet er, automatic trnlminian. power steering, pawl
vim DRIV&RS ......d. luromoo. ...11.. Buhis boy from donor DSED TVS from us up Oueranloed brakes, air conditioning. $1/1 ft IT
1327 finance Worklnttrade
a. .n 000il.000lior In .. E. Memorial Blvd. ".Id.. Will d.lI.or.lU ..3.... .mi we accepted Admiral' Selaa Real nice IOVO

leo to' North Amerlr Van dial 686-4107 any time RABBIT PIRTU.1Z&R, .oud fo. Service MU 1-3171 PeacockM '
LMiee. America feiteiterowioimovlni ulrdoo sod II...... to sound .M N Wakaeh 60 MERCEDES 220S Gat engine, standard thift air

van company. Complete ..'k. tOo MU :3-2100 Book 2195.
tralnlni wltn pay free unlforma conditioning. plc SlQfSft
free U. .
f r..ooo main | OUU
ton 5000s.d plenty of year.round EXCLUSIVEFRANCHISE 72 Flowers Seeds Plant Every Saturday 7:30 p m Special .

work. No ailllni requiredAppllranle --- 60 POI'lTlACCataIino 4Door. White, radio, heater,
mist be between 1} COLD IIARDY. fail SrW150 BAXLA'S
and SO. hive a law model treetor prl... bois. plaota. 30" hlah automatic transmission, power tteering, power
or I reaunable down pay.ment 13 90 d...... delivered MU 1.293 AUCTION GALLERIE broke air
We will aailal. In flnaneInt I "Fsn.rl, The auctloa 110..." conditioning. $ CftC
AZALEA: BALE larae bloemlntileaa i
For further detaila ..111Pirlos050t KOIM KLEIN we have .. 79o. 0..11Ad R.... 0. w. Buy or Sell for tee Excellent condition Ox *}
Department Fort ., .u. Dr. Huey atock. as so. Everareeaup 4JOI Hwy M W '60 PONTIAC Bonneville
.d localloni In huh Convertible. Radio
Waynt itO-741.0401. or ..11. populat.ed heater
.. N00 Open Sunday af..rD.... Phone MU 0-W3J ,
no competition .
North American Van tlnee. Departmtnl areaa Ultramodern automatic
On.OS Nurtery, 4 ja South Plo- transmission
229. Fart Wayne. !D.t coin operated Self Service HOW OOorT rlSWnSo,t Wall power SlOftC
!...... Dry Cleanlni and Laundry Cen- rMaCAMKLLIAS 0a will carpel Cram IIII up MlDuPonl tteering, power braket. Like new I O VD
sorE Complete Inatallatlon by AZALEAS. ,..... 04- nylon IIM per aouareScatter '
factory trained boon". We ,,0. burnuiu podoearpua. palma. hiblMUi 5501. rule la .....d..dti 64 CHRYSLER New Port 4-Dr. Sedan. White. Radio,

56 J Salesmen mole your trend openlnt Have .ro...... many othere reaaonably and apeolal oslo ... your heater automatic
> yean bank finaneini en bat priced. And...... Ours'I dlmenaiona 'idlni round and power steering

.. and .".. continued ae.illttnre ,. 1121 11oo1 Olonudan. ...... ...... Rut edalnr done In our power brakes, air conditioning. <

Bl Commercial llant Ph... en23373.avI001ooMIho. OWOOlIrS' Fabrle of.urnoros.l. *895
LETTER FROM TilE load 20 pound waiher that coos "" AND Indlclaaleaa Oullna at >oe per yard, klark Absolutely like new .

the bualnna and llmpllfled Dry I year plante. I for II and white prlnta at loe. woven '60 FORD Country Sedan Station Wagon
Cleanlni JACK ALFORD 4-Door.
will make
PRESIDENT you more aide at Mo Flrat auallty mill
loc Phone 1108JOI
fount planle -
.iy. 3 oa5sn make over lOOt : O0 dasOSsOis. M fit your V-8 radio, heater, automatic transmission, pow.
reltira on your Inveitmenl ACT 00 05.050 0 ownkIIid0 out
T will offer NOW. cell Ralph Haealy collect er steering, power brakes, air
Mammon Fabrlct New
a carefully o C
231.0271. ...'d.nt UI.otU' Tarn.or 73 Foods From, VefrbletORANOIS Dado City Hllb...,. I Ill ..U.. H. would like to take this opportunity to ditionmg. Eitra nice family Cal$1295
selected few, 2135 1100 per o. write C 0 KOIN OLSON Nor U of 'n........ ..

week VI. commission, guaranteed 4432 Florida Aveuue, h..... ORAPEFRUrr. Picked. is MODEL iruiser fill invite all his friends to drop in and see him 59 CHEVROLET Pork wood Station Wagon 4-Door.

dolly W. Sal,. Do...., .. Sylvester camp at Lokelond Ford 125 Lake Mir V8. Blue end
earnings with future Road4UAUTY lb too .100 U" $05 It 180' Mor. Company white radio heater automatic
SEMI-RETIRED couple op'un. ..II 12,1.0..
free medical insurance, an II' Will aaorlflre for beet ofamall TREE ripe. ellrua fruit USED FURNITURE buy. trade. ror Drive trantmiision, power tteering, power $10 ft C

obtainable Incentive program I... .ul>I..l.. with lee .,.. Puked dally Special soOn,., Wi till al 110 Coohraa street off brakes, air \j
Li Pro- conditioning fj
onandsrysibr .' apart shIp Cell l3-4joa Hittla MU '
North Wobaaa
and .,your auto expcnses. moot, Located en Hlahway #12earWauchula 1,1,5 M.rka3 4 .11. 110.110 0. Avenue. Value 58 Bitcoyne 4Door. V-3. Blue
402S we live Top and
PRoapeet 1.fillOOINo"LUMBtR Moskssn II.I :;....;. Stop in today and let him show you the I 1964 white. Radio, heater, automatic t

Builneea: Ooodprice ClOT010LOIII PO07"sesstlnt.d0004. TOTAL PERFORMANCE at Lokelond $995
In return, 1 expect 100% Beerman Really. 3UI B I and I" 505000.111, cars mission, air conditioning. E.tr

effort. t dayi a week per Florida Avenue. lae-1191 BARGAINSAND w.ld.d. 40. .....r. With I Ford Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford OVER 40 CARS TO SELECT FROM
hoaa II SO and 11110 pair
formance, eagerness t o I Home deliver eon. Phone 000- as the car of the) Year.LAKELAND. $.one of these conrfeiei labim:

learn. undivided loyalty, and Automobll. SIS Service.000 110000 Builneu dowaOrocery 0.0.soros. .. I "BUYERSmeet 0100 Watford Muufaolulna U Walk* Slim Rick.eds.o 4lr Talons H.rotJ Keer,

30" &LBCTRIC alaos nub so..
desire for a five figure In' store. main Hwy. la Iowa ...110 .... I.lk. D.... MU 3-4840
lla.GOO.B..ln. I

come. ... corner near "."1..... la the Want Ads If MeP.TOfflllNSONCO.
taa.wo. AUCTIONFriday
If are this man, call FORDCO.
you Trailer Fart. .,,, .. 4'" aerea.CoovaliMiat you have something to sell,
my general salei manager, 045.000 Nites Only CADILLAC e OLDSMOBILE VOLVO

Mr Dolgin, (26.Sit),'Tampa. Rome. 121100JOHNJ.BRENNAN. a service to offer or room 7;30 PM.Wt INC. "Neerfevertert fo Ous/.f, end Vsf.e for Over r.an938 |-

to rent doat wilt-dial boO or moO foe to* ., East Main St. xTT v Phone 2 27173I

George B. Karpay MU I-115J DOW and place JIMMY WALKER'S

AUCTION CENTER 125 lake Mirror' Dr. Ph. MU 2.1102
President Raltuo.4O4L.4a5o5lo3 your ad.
I I3M 0 a IB Beat

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Btalntn Placti for list 129
12t FurnIshed
Apartments I. ... 1r0Mf Ie IIOICI'K\H RMf: IN OUR WITH muttBlirXIXMi OOnON CAHO/ IN M3U %4TrIM1 I I

lolu PO. ..ran .r shop W DIXIELAND: tarn tpartawnl ; RtllOZ LWItmQBTHDA(' I L MUCH PCMCnOff VTX3N MAKIN 9T* VOULL BE BAcK AT THSOWWoVOMt I 144 Aer..... lets Per S l. 1 144 Acrtogt, Uti Fey Sift'
All CAVl 80 0 CL rU. HOT .A.
slid uiitrtars boil SrPlot. olHIrlt klUtkOB, uUUUoi' .. .
o .JI.'I iSo aesi or 501.1 furnlthrd. Adulu Phono MU FANCY 8PWECHI6, BUT 6AV GOOD'&m JUtT 48 ACRM .i la iron, 4 mills, OIBBON PARK. Attracll.t ,i.ki
loll I J-JJ74, ivcnlnatPURNUHCD ., THtyiK 4OUM0R1il i i4rili'TILt LA vis-ml vms of BrMtar Route aOl Mow lot Larojt wooded sItes, .,Iotwor %
FOR ML or I.... Two mil ID- Ac1&4l t ,., CAN SOt tan Rtt.q-esQitl'l vau SAID b........ WI.MO lor mail and water in flosS ,Ir, ,a..
roleS oualnotl belts... M Bat 411 bout TnuuMee APARtMnm. Koaaonablo.t. J IT, uLvlTILLWS lien, UKludH OMOM 3MOo tons ,NBC Land OMvinin-OCBo,
Main Slrtet Oil M<.U4til MV I 1A9I. :it \ p.t 10 'x2J! I :s fl I. iMiMphalo conflrnwd tar u,01. '
05,0515 *e .. or and 10 rear 14$ BusIness rripirty
0. FIOIUCA V1-1MO Ie 03555' eLlIS nIcely istnl.bSd :.r-- \ I'r'- MMT. B05 r.fll$.
P01 like now Ur onduioo l lpur. fine room .art".I. ....UI.... >- TAMPA HIGHWAY ISO ear
In Meal location lint M Slot me. wotor IUtnlsioid Ml ;. '" '" ;, Owns ,I
winu otter Jnh Brra
Folk Thtiltr tad ..... (run A"ult. 0514155.DUPL1X. :I. ) / <.
Moral 40 ACRESNorth nan Realtor U4 Wnt Miin St.R10XD11STIA.
Now Poll bulldlu Mr
foot for la.,.... no Owners sill Pooch OhmS room.. aalU ;J COMBerS t 1 A tloduilrlal .
partition nice to mil roomr. 'Mar hotpiui. MI lint MIlk. of town $100 per acre loti. sluM ill atoai Mel
mtnu H. W. II......... Phone I.. pru Ph... up ].nynOOWPORTAILC : ;; Rod. Rtaltor, 1827 E MtinorlalMva
tiI..3133. I 515.4117INDUS'PRIAI.
THRU room ...
'raft ...._" oereMod norcn. YOUNG GROVE TRACT odjolno
FOR RINT or tetao, bulimni .1 131 month H reirlv 11} johnion Kraft Poodi. aoprulmatrD II
1212 South Florida A.. corner tuim, MUMP Aor Riinwair. Railroad aiooo*.
Ken Btlmar Can Ix ..... (or ant 40 acres land with 24 acne Jobs I Ores.... Kotltor em
kind of auilueei Finn onrilnitpir THIIII ROOIU and b>tn. 140 RENTA1s- In citrus 5 acre lake exeellent '1103OOOO
.. Just a few Morai (ram month Oonnnltnt lo downtown. RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE STCmB' bulldlni, 41 (''ot
Nice shaded
Southern College. Call Bart .1. huM M""lsU. holw tnMOOIRN Wide. almoet 4.DOO ig (t O..II'i
Bunk. MU 11071 3-ea1. 129 Furnliliid Apartmtnti 130 FinIshed. H..... 134 Mobili Horn Lots 143 Mobile Hunt Uti 144 Acrtogt, UN Fir Sal. home site $500 per acre pled now, but can *>ll.., In 10
DUPLEX Air oandl.tloned Terms. dan lot, bulldlni sod owner

129 FurnIshed Apartments Mod location 411 Preoolilira .. DUPLEX near nouUiialoThree LARD M081L. bOil. Into top CHOICE BUILDINO till, ISO'I MM mock PlorldoCHOICE __
... m. njtjv WALKING DISTANCE room. bath. carport leun] ...t. 1014 MItten .440 I, PholSMU I Free Rent. 141 directly behind 3880 Cineland -1
dry faotllute. Ptraianenl tonaouiterrcd 1"2'annAL HtUhle Blvd Call MU .
rmuiUHto OH anfarnli.h.0art.. BLOCKS from noisy. llvlni DOWNTOWN ... R M. MARLER
IM 014.2035. Mil MU
13170 ._ ,. BUSINESS
nw bola ..u...... SIt 00 to room. kitrnen with, dtattii area. TRAILER spore aval.11.I Free
19000 nonthlr Nance Apartt bedroom bath, CaU MU l-OMi $36 monthly to alnalt or EATON PARK two bodroom CBaraort able I Parkwar Trailer Park lit Towing. LAND BOt-1010 ..'.. eeml.letrtd & SON
... !, MU I.444* or IIU .n8. couple All eleolrlo polrl..fll.otaatv tile bath. nloelr fur Htw Tampa N thway. pine land Ma per oneStlOlntrieuttI.rinrh,000rodiod LOCATION
Prlval balh and earenco ilahtd 117 50 wtcklr. 110.0.11I. Ml April IiI tMLA ....ll UPPIR TWO _room.. lIf1nl SMALL APARTMENT fObs for loritid on halt: OnnitBlrett I' la.,07. FIVE ACRES wlUitank I Well und sop.II central Florida niott, ultra TOM testiS C orrola.d loidlnithutci 1401 t. M.ID.. MU IMIIcnlni I
room. hltohon, b.lII. 05dus' eIo.oi. bu.I... pand road. shed. 15.3, lodera atobllhomo park NEAR SOUTHGATE
tromin Oood location Phono Walker tUUMM201U let P F50t0 10 aorti
Hear .10.... bill Addle .U-,7nMOTIL 440.110w.. 121 Mutt T.... MUCOTTAOt _-1031.i YOUR ROOM. h.u.. ab 740 LeltRo.d. ,. lea .,.... 11oOII61. I "...Icircle onto 1 600. 11500 down 300 ecstiDO LaktlanO Blnco IMM
: APARTMENTS one and ....11I. 5000 Cull 103.1211.TIVO M mohllhame. ranch blue ( head ol ra tie. only MO.000 9111 couth Florida Ant Un
two roo..... llnone, utilities fur ROON housu. 1101 Suet 13S hems Fir Hint I til ell, fncilitiee en mm, PIlls 3000 acre, four .olIn. loom well built houM. could bo con TO,led -
Plihed N.lc UoviU ttOO Mew ; POUR name ponbdtal lemon 11"1, p1 u.005 II at* recreation illdlnl ..... Oardtni UI. HOME SITE for odiro b salooN. or homo
Tampa Hllhwa (or roost or with out mild 130 Furnished Heists NIC1I: : LAKErRONT homo turn. LAROI ROOM cltin, niPs? buitlemao ..I ,IT'S ALL NEW 'ront..., cum 1710 ..r Irrt. C'"I COLORED AREA slid bunntMl A.... b.Psllsal
140J toutn nonda. "aoo2eURNI8HED i Mind 1 bodroont. eloctrte kltchn 0. .....f.".... Price rta- R C. lois or R. L Near i I..nlt eourlo OsimmIns, O.OOIII lOOP terms arrIllod.
ON( BEDROOM aarai. apart IIP'ICIWNCV APARTIIIINr.: UnittlrS private dock bauilni Ilih .00101.. MO 9-1311 Drive Out Today To Dick Orally, ISIS. Boat MutsPtns Pool 1- 0'100 lest .un..d -. t-'O-ua.
ment Child MU 11133LAKELAND
accepted Off atrtttpirtlni 'u..I.h.. UPnun4 floor, LAKEFRONT RODII Furnllhfd, 'no. sent Winter Haven II mm CORNIR BEDROOM intlemeirelernd 11 MO
oslo furnUhcd WO WoctotO. .U 2-2530.. illllite and ....... Chlldrtn accepted uses from LikMind lra.c month 19 wotklr. Ntar bund CIRCLE M a BIoT value. Lot
600.J061rOUR APARTMENT Twohedreoon CHI slur I .. .... I' or 1011'.' Phone MU I-1797EAST stores. 111 Weil 155,00115 71'aIiO', oalklni litanca toaouUikate I R. M. MARLER KEN HARRIS
ROOMS b.th rurnlihed d.". MO 11330 ihnoolnl and echooliIJ
." 10". at 401 Will IDE cotttae 140: i'bu. MU 5.0510 MOBILE HOME
or unfurnlihed aood location .. .ooo. Call MU -Oi21 or MU & SONACREAGE Realtor BurhaniOf LMLA
.. wIth .
Lem. Call MO 3 mi ,THRU ROOMB Couple or II. rrnctd rard Child. 551.roa.
I Nrar Morton rallm 688..eaO. rhurente and Loll NOW AVAILABLS halt ... 'abe. Bcrtgntd porch OUlllIriopuonal .. MU 9 8707 136 Rums With tw 1501 West Arlana St. 03070Hooch OWNERS 1101 I IDHI Florida A".

bodroom duplti. Automatic upper hoot, lone but itort MO Open 7 Days 9 6 P.M. ( : IQ .140 lot U lilt.. ? 1417 1401 a 15510' 51. ......n
LASh PARKIR lively brand new alp conditioner, Ver, clean no 0'5050.TW0000I000M 131 fir Rtnt Ml.cillmtt MODERN ROOMS lop P0015140 "Peon Piece Lssdara'wd. 13000
four room tile bath terrauo boos loop Like Hunltr. Ml home Adullt or wllbout board In Ye Old. BEAUTIFUL LA HO I ihadf lot Ill MU 0.1334.OROVI
llcori. three room etudlc elcotrlo MU I 1217 attar e p m. nl9. No peti. Reforonoto. too co M M OCtAL RESIDENTIAL Motor bodie. on HLihwar 11 In for trailer c* Uke Portly ttp- LAND 10 aorta pin I BUYERS
bolt, (trot floor. MU\ I..TMBOUTHBIDI NICELY FURNISHED d........ month ptrmantnl roildtnu. 103 furntihed or unfurnlthtd rtntallMM htart ol luto. Can drive la and tie Ttnk, water and electric. PB md oeki Beautiful huh land SOME PEOPLE EXPECT
APARTMENi.- Nra. Woodall Trailer Park. lull Last: Valracla Ruby Realtor 1117 lOst Ml. from awn lily point W InureotIn 3-49.17. warm Motion Lakeland fine etnd elurtd Thrto btil
1 10
It furalehed Prrmtn.nl I houto. Two .orlOl aim im.4107 tnrtimc on. diy IM woeS lor rou toll Price 1250 aero Turndown .
tenanti.ref CtiMtnut. III MamlUio TWO BEDROOM ptr .
Pie. PHone PR M3M. .....lIn.orIOn. room 111 000 12500
deilrtd JJ13 Circle aecovtrd. IM 2'" Sr'S R L. Oardnn
Drlvt MO Del MU I 1117 mall ohlldroa a CALL to lor rtntolt. M all klndtWe : down. ,
t3T. 6M-OB07 FloridaUS iO R C. Lela or Pip K Loll atDlcb'S ha moon boo b.re'o lbs hot
MALL PURN1BHEO tlllclNlcfaraee month map have III Joe Macolwo TRAILER I' Rrtlly. IOU last Main, ..........,.1 prop.rlr burl undorIh.
ThOSE ROOMS and bath olio apertmtnt. private both DUPLEX ALL 01..trio. 11260etklr Realtor Mj.2174. Unf.r-.lih" Phone 004-5132 .. 0 1010,11 II .I..d. 1210 por .u.,
trie kllchtn. Hot water. nest or bu.,..or Min at couple 923 > WaUf turnlonod MU C. ApiTtt. LOTS ace. 31'1r dow.
bu. lino Call MU\ :J-WJd South Blvd 3022 133 Mtb.lt Homes 'ABTVRE LAND 400 acrn. 01,00 IoI.ln Olrob II Laki 1.11.
LINCOLN COURT ApartmentLekelaml .ood toll acme tlnbtr etmlIrared 3. 120 arm. It eltartd and lob Drl. .11000 100'W"I
CLA""ID OISPLAY" CLASIIFIID OIlPLA CLA.IID DISPLAY '. flnral tor colored ato. EXTRA LARGE Near Plant Clti OnlrJ1BO (.need >< .. SIn., front. M.la 01. 1110' dIes-
'CLIAN. MOCIRN furnl.hed 1,0.5.trsllrr. .. pie, North LlncolD SOd Wool fib ptr em. Terms 91% down I. aae. 1310 ptr acre. Teimi 05' lob 0emlil Oil.. tOcItsdes
.. 001L.... Good 11,1,0ooudlllons MU 54150BRAND PAVED ROAD Bte R L. Oardncr, R. C. Ltli eiRI iwo butldlnss
UtllltlM frololsd.itt. CRYSTAL LAKE K Uli at Dick It.illi. 4. One acre loU termi
.. 11110..10 ...kl, NEW new .11. .
1ItoJIII1. : .
1011 lust Main phone til 1111
echoola. ThIs la the Direct twibtdroom AREA Lola .r..r DrIve .. Ill 000
apartment in Ukolond W i""ATTftTcTlViIiiiiiido Oil UO' imitate 107 deep
I NICK MODERN holuelrallor Mloo. Oak loorc. air conditioned, bull lots. .Iooklnl L.k. 015.00. I W G. HALES Rear of lot kcccuiblc Irom "01.
clean Place to live Adulu nopeti In ranro and oven ilactri $1,495.00 Wulor pseod .1..11. best basIn.to RtaliorMU rondo Btrecl.
Mo* NorUt Plorldn. 'M. kitchen 'ou U fInd lOnsSo bSSerP... l.a.840'. I 1711
131LAROE' .Ice. Charlei inrdtr. those MU34Ut $130 down $25 month I fait Llmo BLmt Ill 000
IralltT 100 frootaie JOO deep Nt>t
TWO bedroom .ntiliei.. ill down and lit 10 LI I Utneral. Barber Shop,
contents nut adulte. 01.. TWO BEDROOM SuM.. In DIMc. Phone roU Owntr, 1.1.J J4 5550 5151100.
Ihreo bedroom hoiue available and holy redccaraltd 171i.onlh I
icon MUIUI4TRAIIER Ltih. owner. MU I.4311U 682-2283 CATALOMA ACRES rtilrlrli-d NEED A LOT Snelustrso.
It. Ullllllt furntihpd I.'196.i one acre homeiltti. II401. Of
Biker .....1. near Wnt liltCtrptnttr l.. DUPLIX, Ihr" _... 1111 fire open I thru I p m. Baturda,
and .....,. Clo No II north eons thir artl hoSt behInd Pal Leonard Rabin
i Homi. Phono Ml bath Modtrn. 140 month loo 144 Uti Salt l
Acreage For .
School DIII'Loom
Kltmtntarr in
.... 0" miltt and follow t ini mora
EREJ'USED 3010 it Ltmon Btreot. TeltphoniDELLXI Roillor tMLA10J
Goons Burt Bioktr IBI lilt Arrei huh on the hill ol
0034205lIWLY Polk Avtnuc LoU rime In lire E Lime Street
PIth ACRI tract Ill dowa .n ''RIAL DAROAINII Nrar lob.-
; tORATlD II.. room. month Mil Nude Realtor IOn rom IOOH14I up lo 19.11234Pavtd 682-6109
I Free Rent. bath .r..d p0mb H... .toro.. B Mtmonal Blvd MU I...O?. II.n.. .m.n ...clo of wIll land bous.uu 10., ilrtou. city water.
70.'1 Purl 0151. Inqulrs 5110 ..1..1.m.llO. aot.a' noot. aIds HU A.I mtrlctloni. ,
I 111 homiollo, wIth ohide' mnil doon and prirelul You have .Ul-I eii.i iaoYII DISPLAY

Free Towing. TWO b.deooosith .... OWN A PART OF nlihu pirmtnte 550-10001 CHI Malcolm, Bert RodlRultor Tbomai'''., ron'imlrnioe rorl fire bvdranti lop Ki.....and., n # '
teal boat and "
ale eonmtlonlnl 11.KiIt.jTNtnts Lvnn Acrti. Prlctd below "
CAR I. Dub-
till April 1central built in oven ind ...... rWrliir .. .
: 40 .. I.nd market lor Immediate tale Look
I I. Florida most ultramodtrn Wilklni dl.I.... to FLORIDA
with .ro".. rove on iood re.d I or our umi, drive 1 in and pick
Bolilhome.. park chooli ind laopplni The (Inoitiportmen We
Clot In to Lakeland Call I3S- out poor lot todai
'uitrcle in Likiload 1100 soy
N mobilhomo ranch todm mollti153 Weal Carole Street I 1401. TampalOMKSIll
all cIty taciinwi on ..In. rouealiuaaall Cs's I I HubS, MU MM or BBBT buir. aoulh
... recreation bulldlniIT'S JU I.JI10SOUTHSIDE J ACRE.[ aids IJSOO Don wait too lona DICK BARNESRealtor Mean
AUALE to "..Id.. IIJ-1177. '"Hot

i Drive Out Today To TRACTSFOR county with PARK 1400 named loll In laktt Like, 2011 S. fla 888.7103I I b Business!!

i APARTMENT fine flihlni Pair .1 loU 010 ,
CIRCLE M I ONLY down, 110 month' |1>I to 1MB '
0.. .f hi .1..1 one bedroom per lot Make your choioo ted,? llr, wo nwo.it
''MOBILE ... tmeme. All rooms lam $25 CbS to ehopptni. churchei and, UTWEIN PLANT CITY AND I tuimoii .... If
r6J PLYMOUTH lelvedcr 4-Door. Auro.odw Irani yon-
Now 2095 loLl of clORtt tpart. 0.. tlooriItrtrlo tore tchtol. Alto boat rlefu to I.AKILANDII

( >. Haolcr. . . . .. Woi $2495 kltrhrn. SIB Pncm MU aier.ay eonnectlni chain of ., old .. tI.II't think H, |his
I H.
This Week' Special !1334 01 MU I 1131. DOWN MONTH line Inlind lakei. Malnee Creek Ions Iron rear look ot thai print
Now 1495 and _.... Bla III.. Eait ofL.oOnburi n.. o. lour 12.00.. ; then coma IN one. lot

'61 DODGE Stohon VVio." . . .. Woo $1695 New or two milee Wool ofraveroe Wonderful location East of Plant I 4 MI show you low
'IVB ROOMS and bath none SEE on U B. 441 Hwy. turn City t icrti h ih lend part
Now 1095 50' x 10' ROYCRAFT e.l,thIn.. bowl .. nled 00000J041 North Halnee Crerk Rood 14 old ...,. 110.000, II000 down. saySiii.poty.wIS
.61 PLYMOUTH 4-o<>or Sodas t .50s050. WOO $1195 000loqulri 137 North mIlls to ...1 cilalc office. BroWnst one cl these lit.
$4995 1001. L R But!. Boa 78' TeroUH -
P'lortdl P000 351.7250 I
Now 1595 JUST riNIKHCD III... I bed otepa Realtor
'61 CHRYSLER 4-Door s...." . .o.. Woi $1795 1501 West Arlana St. t,00to epariintnu for adulta Con CHOICE: Lou Bouth end Hilda Klliort. Aitoclato.
7 9 8 P.M. ".1 best and ole conditioning Bait tide Up to M frontMo 111 WeSt Rnynolrti SiPhono "11III4 63 RAMBLER
I Now 895 Open Days Ovrr I 000 ... '1. ot Itotnlsreu Eiclutlve eonlni, Prlvato ownrr 761.toil or 752.Uli I 1 Clo:44d.OW0n. -
60 CHEVROLET "Cerv.i .i.o. . Woo $1095 Built-in emit. One blork fromrollrie In],4I3JCLO Plant City Bl.d.1eSth,
I At 731741 Park Hill ON DADE CITY ROAD itulcKIno Inwror. AnI .
Now $795 cell Dog suitoR. Ola-call or c m o I j.. .. .vldualttate
'60 IOKO J-Door Sodas. . . . Wn $995 au.1I9JHtlWIEN. E III commercial II acret reellnlno kecaWe .
134 Mobil. Home Lots MEL RUDY 0 16 Oil two acrcl 130 OOd Abe
Now $995 : LAKB Morton and .40 a '60 FORD Station Wo . Woo Kwlk Clwk Ltrie II''''. room. .
con . . $1095Wei LMLA REALTOR
bedroom tile bath "1"
MOBILE LIVINGAT C,. .......1<1 P00th. .ork'.1' oou. Lot 100' J1I' b.lulllul! I..... '62 VOLKSWAGEN
Now 695 ., PAYNE ream en two ildri Unlout landplna -
'59 PLYMOUTH -Door S.d.s . . $195 lob. r.rlld. 86.0311.. DON W ... _.,bUI..... OppoilleJ41 KARMAN GHIA "IIIIIt
I ITS BEST 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. ....,Ior LMLAo lIurkln...... Priced M 000
59 CHRYSLER "New Yorker"4Door Now 995 139 Unfurnlihid Houses dial 686.4107 anytime ,iii I. MaID IoIU 1.0013 Your teems, Phone 550-lOPe. w Co,tft"at,mttohlno lolld: inter..nl"'

Ho.dsop . . . . WOO $1195 Why not I'I.t: lour itar push or B'lrt Ihnra
in l 1 '. One that hacltr ALSO PARTLY furalihed I and k1
Now $795 typo or.t,::. Tint drlnklnlore I 1 bedroom Mel Ituor Realtor CLAftSIPIf DISPLAY CLAIIIPI.I DII LAY CLAillllllD DISPLAY $1795
nat.r. f ettOPOilP 0'- I IIU Kill Memorial Blvd. III- .
57 CHIVITOLIT4.Doo.S.0I." . . Win $995 I lOP mIcimum electrical bIlls 4101UNIURNIUHID. : tI.
iluni with all the tun tepo rte 'Si CADILLAC
Now $395 rtatlon lacll tlce DUPLEX I bedrooms ..... BeVllla Pull
'57 PLYMOUTH4.Do..S.0I... . . Woi $I" end more ire I.'to'olltU carport, t bI..... tohooleoutlilalo I p o w t P. automat
MORES nt 5110. 1211 Cirollna k .........N..n. ,..,:
Now 295 Ire. Iu0000r to ot Rt the M tlllaii Moie.Ir ...-.071 or laa..ooo h.olor. AM .ri51esl.
'57 IUICK "Special" . . . WOO $495 iItAIte.d Road ptar on $595
THRill BROROOM with carport : .
107 North MatiachUMtU Sib
Sil ONI OF THISI SALESMEN LAKE BONNY Pour Star MobIl.linme month Coot Brovn MU l-tail .. '60 RAMBLER

I. I. "tunny" M._ Control solos ..n.... 'UI.n.. ..1 Ivor, Jr, Vied Car It lea Manacer Park Now len.it lots IILakelend UN'URNIAHaD TWO II' ,
., Munlelelectric bedeooolou. I d.ioor, A.IPt ..
Art Kberlv Bay.d Miaow I,II Jonneon boOts Nome DII, Hlih, water and d"and icwtr. .... 540 and 543. CI... tolMhool. I.50.0,1,50....' ...............
M,ac Ch......... toon Marv II Prod Walker mew, IM. but Unto Block to MU 141115.AIX "..10.? tool ... .:n.to' .

now 0... Park Bhopplni C... ROO", SoIot ......., modStO .I Ic
tor Oood lakt fIshing and best.in. SIteol. 5o,4rR. b... 170. 543 LIGHTMIDIUM HEAVY I $795
., sosall P40. 1'4. North Ci... Montlcello MU :i-olaa
HAROLD FUSSELL tot Lo. Dr.... MU 1-747J
HIKE BEDROOM: louUllldeear
DIXIE MOBILE Park. 400055.0lumps poet oil Ire and Dliltland I
Over 22 Ycari of Dcponaoblc, Quality Servkl) Hlthwaf. Larat dr. lote ..hool. 1024 souut TenntuoeMU SPECIAL

411 N. Florida A.o. 612-7111 'Municipal. .m.I.NilCLAIIIFHO.... ....5. ttlcloncOU I 4174 otter I. TRUCK TOWN 1f>0 Chrplerd

Tool, BEDROOMfood sos bill, la I
DISPLAY-- .. loralon 1740 H.au.llon 500.....10.- .S 0'Dao'Poll
Rrnlal 1100 ptr month. Call MU ........ ..u..II.I .
I.Mil or MU I.$55 lIPACIOUa 1..I..n. ...

005 MODSOO So. bliroom do.pIro ; SPECIALS! I 'o. hotter. rte.tery .
.Iortrll .1I.hlO, .J.a4.0 .r I tuna c. WIlls
603.1901. ..,.n OIld I.....
T H R B B bedroomNiwlr I IItt. Itr.,Bttrn Choreonj .
en. ? te
punted. Lam ,.rd. C5r. ,.
HURRAH port Conviaiinllr, locawd, 1401Jottphlne

ml THAI I..eiioUNFURlOlOttSD _____ Speclil ot the Week I I $1795

bedroom< _
oil .l Mtnn Road
home on MCmonih
Call MU I.ooao. '52 FORD 2 tee loop wheel .ait, 2 itttd ixlt ............. .. $100
i i
TWO BEDROOM C8 L.r.. .oom.

DiapIs 011104.. SiB.1...."..roIrloorstor.. olshborhood.ChIp. Iu.. K 4....m Dtor ... llanderd' .....
The Of Lakeland ...
Winners Ford'sMystery .. DrI. e..38U. "" '"

CLEAN THRill oMroom trsms '60 FORD W Ion Pickup ....., ............................................................. $1095 I r' $895
houte H black from Joule Keen
icriool 1940 Oakhlll It '59 FORD Pickup. Rum good, looks nigh .......................................,$ 395 I '61 VOLKSWAGEN

Booth "Give ,TOOLS 5130. JobS 00000GM Irons.on. 1I..r.hoothaldo.12. '60 FORD Rtncnirt ....' ................................................................. ,.$ 395 ., t=::>. wnt>.. ".
Away" Contest Will Main. .M.4103CB .

MODERN time bodroom.. '55 INTERNATIONAL % toe .................. .............................................. $ 300 I' $1195
1H bltlli Florida room ftnetdraid
on boo Ito.. P.rm.ninl to.. '59 FORD Pickup. Ntw paint. hot good ................................S 900 '5$ FORD
into ajQ Wielovcr, MU :1-3111 Kit.en w..... d.Door.

CLEAN TWO bedroom hluio' Mnlre '56 FORD Pickup. Good tirtt rum good ..............................................$ 410 I V.I. ptwtr trtnemle Itetri''oeutomttt .
ARE AS FOLLOWS : 1 lot EUclrte ...... rtfrlltralor h ..... .. ,.. "...... ...*.

; and oaehlnf machine. 171 '59 CMC LW'. New ,oint. Otto ihapt .............................................S 195 ..I ....
.8J..104I I' $695

CARROL COLLINS iwo OR 'hroo bedrooms. ales.. '60 FORD Pickup. Auttmttlc trtnimliiltn ............................._........$1000
PHIICO STEREOPORTABLE modern lawai, lehool etoree, bin t
PRIZE ., III Inciudlni I ulllltleo. oaa-ai7l '59 VOLKSWAGEN. Rebuilt trtnimliiltn. A ctnvti canopy ........._..$ 600 ;59 bUICK.
4.5e0 00045. Loa
Old Tampa Highway TWO BEDROOM houie. clot 00Sor.l000. ...... Poll ro.'" ...

== PHONOGRAPH MO POe month. 1007 '60 DODGE % ton .. ........... ............................................................ $ 795 : .. :;:; '': k1
Lakeland FloridaMRS. North Ollmori MU 3 U a h .

TWO BEDROOM haute. ..... '55 INTERNATIONAL 1 ttn, dual whttli, flat bid ...............................S 500 :'.... .....
.... ..(....ralor furnuhrd, I....

lot. welcome' Call IM '55 FORD W ttn stoke body ..... ........................................A..........$ 500 $1095Sit
] 10 alter I sopS Ian

PRIZE CLUB ALUMINUM FOR RENT laic, "". ._... '60 FORD f.350 tnt tin with itakt body ............................................$1175 h. .
J'I..... lord llllltr houne, h. .

U.S. Highway 92 hot ir furnlihed Phono 111-0411 '51 DODGE Ptntl .?...........................,....?.....................,.................?.$ 450 9, Ok. llndingnn ..

Laktland, Florida OrOsr. room 5540055.TWO oil. belt '70. 901 '61 CHEVROLET Ctrvan ......................_........._.........................000eO'$1195 Paul

BEDROOM .home. lull 0111.. '57 FORD IVi tOil LW.!. ... .....................................................?....?..,.$ 750 I
.. ..
oIl. but 111 to .1.. Ml Ch. I

MRS. RAYMOND BROWN lut Rood MU 5.1554.tei"UeCuROPA '$' FORD F600 2 toe y... Pool .... ................................................$ 99$
WEST BEND I CUP lit monlhly

Rf. 2, Box 129 PRIZE l'nbndrooms.COrnOOrt.SOPPhOver hoipltal Sblplar. realtor '52 FORD F7 LW.I. Runt gold, ticks nigh .................................... .$ 180 I Naylor


Plant City, BVRNa home oa Btrtol two lots Two Porch bedroom WE HAVE A LARGE INVENTORY OF HEAVY DUTY TRACTORS II Motors

IM RollS or nil S'6-3'11' BOTH GAS AND DIESEL
CLEAR TWO .dr.... duoltiine .
ois.rOSalso.. .. .\ ". utceolo 1047 E. MAIN ST.
FloridamLqJLautd > Inculrc n.> PaimettcPOR 56 WHITE WC22 .........................,.............................................?...?....$ 4SO ''I .
Mmd Carl MU .._

lioJz4LFROM id bo'REJTT". Front eettaao and. bock four porchPormantnt ..oom..n. .. '5' FORD '.'50 ..........................................................................."'...... .$2195 ,' low CoP. .u 5-5003 .

5$24315. ttnanto preferred '57 CMC. Modil 550" ..........................................................................$ 750 'I... Optn Evtnlngi Till '.".
,0 9 P.M.

3 Bedroom. Florida room '56 GMC Oltttl ,.....,..................._........o..........?.......................,........$ 195
$83.00 I
CB. near Seantown

3 Bedroom CB on 1 acre '54 MACK Dltul ......?. ...........................,.?..........................................$2250 I .

North of town 17J.00 '60 MACK H-67 ttaiplttily reconditioned ingint, ilttptr ..,... ..- ...$7500 I
) Bedroom 2 bath near II III ....boo Mood h.
...'001'''' w..1Ir
Cryiul Lake. JI1500 ....

FORD 'Co. Inc. 2 Bedroom Florida room S

LAKELAND Separate near Southwest dining room schools, 1 TRUCK TOWNDIVISION :

and Southjate $9300 .

125 Lake Mirror Dr. Phone MU 2-1102 ,

Realtor 1430 W. Mtmtriol IM. Phone MU 6-2159 .1....
I 1527 E. Memorial. II

I 684107 any .tlm ,. -- .III


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I EMPLOYMENT '* EMPLOYMENT 62-Builntif-Opportunitis-I 76 landtcaplng ,7 ArtlclM-FoTSols-Mrte; ,97 Article. 'or ols-Miie. 103 Furniture I Appllonct I Planet I Musical Imt. 117 Automobile. Wants.

5) Hilp Wanted, '..mll.I 56 Saltimin HARDY SOD CO.liik"is EXCHANOE OR rombiBo rowtrading KlTCIIIIII SINK double white .POll..d' CALl.'. Pluto.Iudlo, I .1..I.ot.p1500.. I.e.te01r WASTID., Call COlAS"I 53555.oruptrbsokor ale. .1 'NMod.

etampi. rtcolvo SIfts lost loss Bern chromium til BADCOCK'Sn 50550555< Sioellent condition CA"
I WMTRPAS, WANTa .n II .., FULLER BRUSH MB oternovor EARN DIVIDENDSIN OrlMOl PlBBUBITMACTOR eooner Soo. ad UBder poraoBOAIRPLANECESSNA ... Ilka new Very reaaonibleIK3 andre Their Biriilu OMB ..OBIBII. IOta Os nOndSO .57 usisI. Pf5554 ..01IIU
?& '31 Y MemorIal aoialorC (100 o week lo Ihli oreo T ,nollr. 8. <3 .1(711 South Florldi .
I _! _ _ SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN _____ 3.2101.WI
Do your Tou eipect to rlr
I CAN YOU ... (35 S w..k In Hot "much to asset COB Call _-.... SIaN QIlIGOro liD __ iiiPO..1D room Of TWO TWIN Bean MattnuwiClean poll SALE nice Wurlltaer SplniI3 PAY (IS up for Junk can.
I .'1"i IOB M your prmtnt Incom.. ..I P M to MI If you oin ..U.II'rr LESS THAN WORK Mowing, dliIno ;: "urniture to be sold lo utlifmoriaai SOld rondtloB. Flat workronor CLEARANCESALE P.oo., 0. Doll MU 1-1011 alU Free Pick up Tonkal Iron ana
bpe lo'.! Ire it I\Iolk' TrawlBS condition m
ruitomcn *lth n. perfect 40.81YAIUHA. 553.3117
Metal Inc
lor deilenhlpSALESMAN _ _
1'Anl1.' r Htlhiwo Cou..tlc. -" irodlni and plowlni' Spclolln Posy. 39(9 New Tamoi MKkwayMiRCHAHMSE 1.4SM
I.e lffi DIOr" hnmeiilvrrr. In vird nootfioi ind trod IoIU J.J388. CONN plum. oriuiervloe CASH IN a fla.h. 000 or pl.kop.
ycPoIrfluyflrra.UTW Phone TAKE P.'m,; .. OIl "", oil.II. OP TO $*0THADEW Hlihenl Quality end .la. all-ISIS. WIld
(, ... 21-tO Coiumlinorompkiy lu Ml 1457 "8-11:11: 83 or oidsr Call
m.i osi 1907 31 Olid ; ira: .
30 .. bo.w.n I and ALLOWANCE .
6115.0071 Pbor.Ida
DAYS Coil bUlly Ml 3761 1042 BouUl
"' "' ,. plus MllMIU hespitul- dIn low "81.i. (4SM Dinette, I .under FOR roan OLD OROOM Annu. 5504501 Slit Howe'0 _ _
;;- .Ml Ion. iroup (Ho. ucldent sad INSTRUCTION --- OLD look cire or n.w
I dl.IrPOKIIM .r.U'hl non IW Crib mipll. -
Dalr, chub 05wallsbtlp
.. h.oIU1 Apple Oards's 111 5118.5778.50 SCAR ROEOUCI( PIANO Muon and HaallB Like ,551 i" Prompt plrkup
SCulls experienced prIK It LaU Wire, Drl.. used 00111II 5h5555 CoIl DE-Irl Al.LOWAiICa EueBilve, plaao it i oil .ch. 0534005.
ir< rtiry who li t bore SAVE BY MARCH 10th TOO* OLD LIVING ROOM new e ____
(4 Schosti \[ ur door Mi, 14150 baniln Call Bartaw Ma 17110
... SALMMAN: ALUMINUM prodcommluloB __ I_ _ .
< n "h"u.n. surUni astir. dan Two load unod nuttroeOMOne OF TO uo \ ...h lor "rO r. o.ol..uo
("a per SlAIN' load .i..iuicow oats. bull Clll MU drop hid ilnier lewtai 1s50555510n .555 . .3..P MONDAY .MClAlat. Oruid "or otd.r. 1..t
.. >i bv Iftlrr to Olitrlct Mis.ic.uP9 o.a_ olurr. I u.n. AT FIRST FEDERALOF FLORIDA S LARGEST ind messmodsno oSsbos a 1 two burner oil heater M-I lltM HUh bock rookOi I11W TRADE-IN lOUIS OLD AUOWANCI APrUAMCIOP Pluto MM out Coniole 133*

Dn..r AF. UUlind, CASH IN SILO ILECTION beiuty achool. Likelini .to,. CallPHILOO 11II-0111. $113110 ( Piece dlnetto FOR nash. iludliSIM caeri.. ..w tTM
", 'd. MATCHES LAKELAND Beauty CoU.... III C Pine It set IM ISRoi TO HOTRADEIN spinet *4.. cMh Used lIP...... CASH FOR YOUR CAR

A LKNDID miT Polltlril Condldilot WANT. DE.MAND Completely remodeled ur condUoaod jf' .rnnasle TV ..1" nUll Boi iprloi or ALLOWANCE: $309 ...h. lro..n'.. 101 500thPlonlds.
opportunity. UNION LABEL o. implo oar kiD' MU 4812 b... Good nossdlhOn' ales lOb loner.prlni mourou Hios FOB VOOR OLD CINITTI Pmdarvli, Chevrolet will
I .
rl.d or llnilo 21 30 M.IOf FBLIC Inmred ufety Ib SIRS
portable. Land-O-Lailes I-M M oNuS
firtliuer If
Matol SUM
lund on miiheniot and C o m p B 11 n Adnrllilrw Boo A1"I'INnoN: MOISt 'T muffle W asa 240 N Wsha.b.CNILDCRAPT tulloi SoS VMM iMeld VduMW.S.BADCOCKCORP. buy your ow I'
l.rfl. Cuhltrlni npirlii..1'lplul Motchei FREE Polltkll Mllo. .-> per annum current dlvlden heicy 'Q.lp..o Dper..r.. UMd bedroom ooBipletoSI 91Uno .. 109 RadIo TelevIsIon
I Minr IM emplon Mnoti Cltlloil SUREFIRE to brln pall auirtorhr Trained neB earn lilt weekly AND World look unflnlobod CAR PAYMENTS

.i Lou ol room for .dLADIES .. ..- P05 miner .....OsiOSO... dailynamrnhsalns and up Nationwide placemen .ol.to. Coli after e ,... .... furniture lot . .MJ12 HEY LOOK? NOW 1M4 Admin
lienS Apply 10 P. O. 5o5 10.LoIe.I..d. 0nsversaosrdomt. 5 2 convenient offlooi eervlce Overeeu opportunity 05al. Oood wed TV.I :. .:. S4JJ 0010. ttlevliioni" Ranter HW TOO HIGH?

Also Ell lino General MlMltollH SUFKRIOR Wrlio Ralph M.nnlni, with Alpha hop mottniioi . .. UalB Stems tat Warehouses ..1... While they iMt-MM. ...- .
IARN o mm silo '5.come MATCH f or.e.05, 1MI biulnoii I I. Orooo:1 TralnUii -hool.. 702 81 Clll NECCHI ZIG ZAG vied dlnetto HU. (KM IIP Mulberry PloridiMulMrn cook'. RodlD II TV. 414 H..IIIW.boah. Pendirvli, Chevrolet Par
FIRST FEDERAL Street Tampa. Florida 3J003 uied ilovei sod rotrliorotori MU 1-31'1. l .1 o
work .
and limp plniint Oood ..
Stare Houruam
.wood Chlcou' II. III lab modal
jtornatle ,
Solos .lIln.. Like your
. M up .
..... .. lime ItO
tef condition it ml ,
S to I 0. d.ilr, Pr pills la arIseS.leo .
now. Mikeo button boIls. you Home ono you
NWon .
13. Mlhrn
I M > Fuller Briutl deiliir' Full GET INTO Style er.fl pilot until a liiWasted Mitedtantout3OOD
or pirt tlmi For further In. button. blind etllonu. monoinnu Also lasso stock of Plumblni Sod Opoa AH Diy WedBMdoy Mr RUIM|| o.... Dunn
CIVIL SERVICE WORKI! oto Mikoa alt finoitllchei
formation till 6BO-4D45 rlini SALESMENs SAVINGS I '
Our M Bieoeino. stores eertmi
.0.. Bold for IMt 10. balano, 'pOLT TOM ROBBER CASH POR psur 050554 Stems PENDARVIS
Men.women II ind over. secur now due only (7888 or is per OUTLET florid.Lektlind IIU 3.33."'.
I WAII'Atttl WANTID. MUst be your job demanding o r June HUh pay Short boors Ad.oinns month We Cut It Any SJwlWE ? Anaeiito lions
JI ItO Club .1. North Florida AND LOAN ASSN. mrvt. P.. ." by Nomcolsde PAT TOP POICElFur oil No Florid AnBodcock USED furniture Md otherho..hold
AND PAYING YOU ac MU 2-4137 Itemi" Tap prlcee ptldMO
you ,
A..nu. local, and lederilinu
for Halo Oood Uied Furnlturlond Will Thai Ton Rlihl"
full abill. For FREE Inlormillon 3-116' or MU 2-4304 CHEROLE
ivl\VIiY INTERVIEWERS UUItime cording to your Applonooo
: OF LAKELAND writ: Lincoln Service Boi M.224Likelind ., and .
Unmentu telephone hour nrpruoosuai tics? Here Is what our opportunity Ledier ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC CALL MU 3.2044 ELECTRIC STOVE apartment W- Laraa. and

rill Siliry 0100 does for iwniowB, Orinoi at Tenneio ... .1... (J(. Automatic wanner 145 SI3.JVM. S((-
! D Him* "Khool 4. no"llle education, Tenorsusee000KIIESIPPR Emulu .e Park cry ml Like Drive Automatic sewing machine Polk Trading MartU Bolli mod shIes. Oil MU 54200 ..1. ,120 Farm Impl.m.nt
I at MeMowbrook console. Like new. Balance
EAST It FT uprlihl freeter with AUTOMOTIVE
.. $36.88 or $8 month. ad
pored unill situ. five diy per
I FROM ,400 to $90C neltn In door Also 15055 roI NU '
week Silarr' open Apply ID own II Call PetlBOARDING. Fully guaranteed .aerator See anytime. 715 WntQulncy C.I .508
I handwrlllni P O Bon IOn, A MONTH TRAILER PARK Dogs, MONTGOMERY street Hi Autamobilei Far Salt C nRMAu r.ctr with new rO

Lakeland, _ _ t HOLLY Konnell" MU 2.4137 U11iD APARTMENT .In 01 r. 3304" South .Florida..I o trido

WANTKD APPLICANT lor poll' FIRST-YEAR BONUS:lid spaces ill complied. 3 renla I Chris and Ted Van All.. Ne.. mentor. 53505. T......' 18.2 i CHEVY n ur conditioned
'Ion of llbiary aialitanl Moat alien Included Price only US.' Mulberry, Hllhwiy. Phone MD 8LINOELAND SNARE drum. cue WARD Petereon, oppoilto "."" 01". automatic tr..n".lon., radio. CUB TIIACTOIISOC sofo. 535
be neat .urila lypltt Apply OF $2040 Call P151.15 A.." ISO 0.0414.
000. mi down Clll Jim Fowrri -ossi'IRE itiBd practice pad CO3 BEplitol heater. tlnled (lau. (14M .
Civil lr"tiui Olilie. City Hill ONB DINING tablebreikfailia
! with. T R Tucker Jr.. Realtor,
.7173. HAIR Chlhuahuaa. ToT nolater. All (ood oondltlonM Installed Fencing le ind chain. bedroom lurnl' 5811-71.
I vTANriD: YOUNG lidy between I I COMPLETE TRAININGATe Do ... .... p klnieno. PomeranianOermin - nil 1( and 3( for part lime workLakeland Shepherdi. tropical Ilihcanarlei .. MU 8-0389 \.ow.. 140 Sunshine
0 M PAN Y EXPENSE im model II. iia wwlniihlnei .0. don
In office Hull shoot CHAIN LINKFor
monkeye. ond eupplleiCokeri ", .. Monoirami, buttonholoi C.r. 88S.8B.I
actuate resident ol area Would .... own
rn Shop 211 Norm
wwa on button. WIUioiluarhmanta Hudwn Jet DELMAR
prefer eomi lpll1' end clerical .I.do", Md timer Oooa eondl REAL NICE 1(54 MONREY
backiround Oood soar and tufty MU ( 56PIIETTYS Full prica (M 7t Protectionand Ion. (50 MU 8-485. Ooe ow.o Ai cond tloned Hy MARK
Irlnie beniflti await Uie blabcaliber S PRODUCT BACKED BY POODLE Shoppo Pro.eiilonil or (8 mnnUily la ouallflrd end dr.m.U.. (27S MO (-MIRAR
opplbosnis only Phone MU 3.:Mil Beauty.
person we are iteklni rooming. Mtudi. puppies ..19.115a.
Apply General Telephone Com 2V4 MILLION DOLLAR desired by national company 1313 Kltbleon Roid Shop NATIONAL CASH refllUr. (40 104 Cat, Oil Feel FALCON Futura Bucket VAGABON

piny Poreonnel Depirtmenl ADVERTISING PROGRAM to establish retail businesson 883.41.8. Hom.. 5051515.OEOHAN r000 drawer Mint oanlnet, tin CALL MU 25103FOR ...... radio. h....... sotumatlotrsstsmlsmlon. 1010811 .rlURANCDEE'S

Li keli ndBCCRE.rARY. SHEPHERD pups foe Clll 5005103.OTLAM PROPANE DOs Soy eooklnc. hot- Ur condition very

::" Bpanlkll i -EBglllhLthk an exclusive bas.. in .. Orusonshie Call MU '..3015P IRON Ironing board inlintarn FREEESTIMATES los. hot wator. IrrHttton lodusOnIsI lod rondlllon Mu.t.1 to eeteelite -

&l pnirmiceutuel minulii i5iiP: PPii81rj,. 10soot. TV remote control deep .... oil ("(.3>ei. in't In ... CHI or 000-

turn,i company lu KalimiiooMich a INTERNATIONAL COMPANY LAKELAND old. Yore ron.bl.. Call ms fiohl errodan d reel dliheiCornlni serial Ou ....1.... 1323 NewAuburndaia mit MOBILE HOMES

baa poelUon for SpanlihEiiallih Wara sad ihoMun 733 Hiihwiy. ,
LEADER IN ITS NU 1.33SI. 9( stallOoWi000 .
PI.YMOUT (41 M Wabaeh
......or.. Mutt take die and South John.on. 5325. Call 5-0470. .51
...... In both I.n....... An FIELD Factory training supervision EOISTERrD: MALE Chlhuiimiupplei 99 Booh Motors, Supplies IDS O.k *0000.. X..hl...Mi
FOR SALE maternity aloUiei she Jiwtlry
Priced M lell Btudihlhuihuii
I. 55 I Opportunity kmpla.er Insures success of TRAILER ALES rontoli. luuritoriie -
Writ toy terrier .81- U md 14 Baeilnet (4 droller ,. 'ho ThUNDERBIRD P onuS. a.1 itippllii. Inured .
Mri Mor. Whit. THE FUHINO BOATS 18150 u 1505
For appointment and con usiness Moderate Investment -5pm. Hod... Ribbltry. 813.2100 (4 8e. 2JARPIT 1-7071. P..t.
IJI'JOHN QMPANY. 5slamasno.Nich. pddlohosrdo cinoee. aallboatiIrblkei WE PAT cash. dllmondl. (eld' shape 0500. IU b"do 1.01 ind natlona
dentlal Interview. call for stock and fixtures MYNAH 0150. 1\0 p55050,Id 5554rsse NICE BJoDROOM: soIls. nelson.shIp. outboard. ...11.... 0015.. old told platinum illver 1>60 four door wion Io..r.. .," 4710 New

---- required. Not house to house Call SB8.3887. MU 3-1973 Co.IOUo' Hivendill Winter Hi. H.I..,,'. Jewelry. 10* BouUj nor CHIVROLiT.. owner. SI.00016J8 R..hw. S.5034

p.r-w: .i .... 183..653 Id. Columbia Alter S. trivel ...
MR. CODDINGTON or vending. Write Sales m.1 I woeki old mill. Miniature ll-ende. 0 05000 1 to your 14':-PLYWOOD boot. JI H' 1I.ln.'lid. LADIES BLUE whit beiulllulilr 1005 FORD 13' lo 17'. Coitollo .. -

SOLICITORSWORK Manager. Jack Broderlck are deep brown Champion itock hipo and ilio and idled New motor sod Cos Ir.II. Call > dlimond rlni. 78 POIOIo.pl.tlnum. Mri. Smith ;ib..Havendala Blvd. Winter Hav.
AKO pamn (100 888S80a.MAlII prim fabric mlll-ndi ire here WO 7.273(. Auburndale Here ntlmiU 1750 aU..6U.
P. 0 Box
AT MU 6-8552 2127 Sarasota.
'""' Winter fabrlco reduced Save Stcur P.
Tiko l 00 oun Wrllo L.k..dL..r.
alIS .min.
for It' ARKANSAS Triveler all OWNER must
your MONDAY. 2:00: P.M. to Florida for Interview and ,. .. I ...... Old. 1030 "50001Llnrofe flbrlci wirehoueo oalela ."', H P. Johnson electrli ro- Hoi M.3Sa. conditioned pow.r.teeids. oil I' lot

home. No selling or appointment 600 PM visit to factory MU 8.7950. 0 Hunllton mIles Fabrlci HlihwiyI mob control Tilt trillerlet .001. WE BUT intlo, clock. WllcheeJawelry brikea. automatic, radio. heater. II 0' Street. Gordon I MobllsPuck.
: 9. I'10 North ol Initalo
., (JOO. 1835 Columbia. After IIS.230S30H
making! Locate and UPS. PUREBRED tnillnh Bhen 4 AIM dlimondi platinum new til Rc-awn drafted Into
TUESDAY THROUGH heed. Collln. Rot terrleri. Toy! 5 and .,''n.. John I. La...". 213 ....,. (JOO. MU 1.1401. MU TRAVELO: wits, 1.1 ilu Ib.th.
qualify prospects only. Op. 70 II 42" I 21" walnut' wardrobe o.t.emon.: 1.2074, Al 2 .
THURSDAY 64 Inviftminti Jf ki B df ephrrdi. maIms lit frmilei _____ air .ondilon.d. 10abana
portunity to average $250. 110. Chlhuihuai. melee tU. Ifalei mplo hinvlni. enaci Punenynberdrawers NEW To RAMBLER CI...,.. Air COI .., bed.om and
$400 month. Contact 8:00: AM to 6:00: P.M. (20: Ship COD ipprovalwlnil (10 1700 KUhleeB RoidI 106 Machinery &Tooli I -lilonlni. clean oni nil p.ln. loiet Wood pinellBi Will sell
per 00 SHARES First National Bank
8. C. I CUBIC Ft ', ,epiritoly" Il2- eelM4
Kennel 051051. upright (recur 40000 Blllee. I9BS R., OulfSirvlco
01 Likelind itock IJI lharo
I Miss Moore, 8775435. Writ Box M-:2tl. ....k.land.od..- TWO PUREBRFD male, Prklniewnpln I nnifer lIke new (ISO.. .SrI.. at Norn CACCI CRAFTFIBERGLASS USED WELDER 235 imp Ooodondltlon. 8101 South Florida )Oa1. homo, twg bed

sa Work Wanted er .. f oresie. 140 ...h. lit MemorIal *BlvdBLACKShura..r. 1109 Weil A Iteil 144) Pswhst.ooCourt loss RAMBLER four door sIn. loom', rondltloB. Prkoluoniblo

Duo Blvd Auburndalo Florida' enuniton, Weal 11U1 Itrott U.nWusoO. Sin! .lnd... submstlc. -. 04 BonUoo Circle.

: 54 help Wonttd, Mali 65 I Mortgages Phone WO .1815.. 157k anvil. >, radio, new lJ3 WiltMirlorlo Lakr aonn'
TRACTOR WORK wanted Mow If' ...... .Ir oompr.Ieorhssr, .
Ills md dlMlBi, N.w oaulpmeutQuick Kiii8iii. L Puppy. AKC. lot? pedeelal 50,0rrmrpsland Fishing Boats with bait 107 Plumbing SuppliitMontgomerv del OREAT Likei delulo alum
CAREER OPPORTUNITY, .'artinssalary ....Ico. Cull for freo eoti.nate. FINANCING AVAILABLE Con bl.k. mali, 4 monthi old. MU ulldlna lot on paved otmt 501weso tanks. LA SABRE num .0.10'. Iro. kitchen. two
an4 air .
well .. banks
.. 6.7105.TINY bedroome"
5 uiton loini with fast sod
Fred 1 Pones MU -MJa BUCK
Ml 00 per week FrM ho.Pltol ; Second street MU 2 0 H Cikland ..
personal lorvlco toe bullderl orokpecllvo 10 It. $13900 Ward will 1..n. 617 1.
lOs Iniuronei plui ntlremrat PsI.TOItINO MALI R.I T.rrler. 7months. ; .
homo owttere. L...- TWO DRINK bo one Coca
nirrled him proinm Khool Aied ir.duiu 24-40 or ft p.0.0mb ousro, :. rr.lnll'iit.' ,Mo,,,, .nd Mortioio Corp. 20S .. Tea a.lm.. NU a.27ut. 41. West cois dry boK retrnerator, smillulldlni lift. 179.00 GET A GAS HOT WATER Cash $104 958 GENERAL 32 xIO'. excel.ent "

oqultilent. Phone 183-6.ut. uirsoe I Avenue 55l..0t73.F.H.A. : to be moved 'a-20BI i Uft. 199.00 HEATER FROM WARDS .. Mri B xbr. .'iTourlit
W. DO Incur work. dleclnl i ii Aii' APu'PPiiiiAK: rea1515005. Bink will ft navc. (1900 .dlllon. East MaIn515not. ,
EXPERIENCED: DIESEL meohas.ho mowlna. lindacaplni AI.. have 1113 Psnhhoro. *550,5. BETTER USED 12 ft new style $209.00 Have Hot Water When 2730 S. Lincoln .... 1141

Comp.n. wlUi, many nPporttlnhtles. fill dirt Ro.....bl.. 1(64047 or 000.3500.AKC.VEtY. FURNITURE .. ::1 13 ft. 295.00 .
You Need Itl94Hr MU 3-1969
Call OtaOlee IIobOlIo. oBo-91J MUsT SELL. .Itichsnuloon .
MU 2-418 10. ,..polnlm.nl.KXPiRT WANT CARPiNTKRINO work and dichihundi tiny toy poodles.MtniotOles Dalher APPLIANCESANTIQUES" 14 It. 275.00 IniuiHUOB HI..oa .r.II". 1155. 10 055 Tampa

HEAT puamoan A com; sualotinsabawnPer.asooibtsecioe and CONVENTIONAL OB Hlihway 12 Belfner GIFTS 1 117 N. Kentucky loot CADILLAC four door ,Otohway.

merolil air eondltlonlno snubs, ) No Job. IDa imell 153. Tempi 5003055.ItKGISIpJ000 8 plop' W..UI, DIebute Room suit,' CRAWFORD MARINECorner MU 2-5103 02 aerlre Real pica condition.do MONTIRAY 10>oO' .1t

81.". Top Sum with top .001. 5350.FLOOR. WIIMARANER. I. -e M.ho..o Chat,.. Round Air condition power puilni ,raison. Screened
ploy. a.pl, 10 Bus .33J.. L..o- FINISHING waahlniniinllno O.k Table. ..1 oil-One Oak 'Is.his .ol MO 4-C6DU No.3. Gordon i Pirk. 104Lonifellow
MORTGAGE mule \0 prl. 10 ,000 hDm. I.yl
I.nd.ad..... N. Florida and UB. i iNICE BI.d."a18HED .
Interior\ oiurlor workPrei 055.7545 natural ( Oak 108 PIanos t Musical ImtNE .
I .
door 0eliodmr.
EMPLOYED NOW Wint to better eillinitei. reuonible prl.... Chairs, 10 match-Tlier M.pl.Bedroom Memorial Blvd. (1 Ch..rl. too..0,511500n000IlInS. SPARTAN tri'ler

>our ellT Reiumo COP. P. oBo 6B ..lg3, .BJ.3818. N,. Turmaa. LOANS (9 livestock Suite twin had. and Ilcl 011I. Good buy. JometVIII .
883. Likelind cuss i top -Duncan Phyfe Table Phone MU 0448 ANTIQUE uprlftlt BirillnLonnull SB2.1.0 ami. Deer Trailer Park.
sod I Chalre-New Mihoianyodroom Ice. 100 South Plorldl 959 MERCURY lou .
Whalee H.
MAN WAnTED Build na. "repair rooflnl addl 51'1' YOUR fresomr toed now .80'1 Suit wills, doublo bed STEAL 14 flberilll r.n.bOut.molor. .' .fnut MO 1.3111. door hardtop Real Mon..ro.clam. Will .
Moat .. .... Honi. No lob too imill-too I".. ;'n mske your property easier to Whoto and twin Orenor-Sutler Do.BrOIl .. remote control triller
bi .bove ... 1.11I. .... or your drnrn homi enter, lb. otussiwrs peed orh.lr. i take toads. Phone
...... end ... capable of ....m. Worm, 683-I 131, 10 own, tike idvantaae of soobtaIn Pho. MU 807111 o. IIUJoJ8IIe. Bed-Siicreliry Desk m anpOSIris. 2429 Tanilewood HEAR l 'Ba.7.l 124 Truck Tr.ilin
Hit reiponilblllly. Work la klly lu-i't FHA loan. You em those Cibnot from Hens Koniaevoral Oslo Parker. 15112 PALCON 5101105 wsoonrios1.
en ( diyi iaiudbpenrniendo, kioda. M.,,'.. woe. and cbildrea up to 17% el the flros _- Antioue chain Tea, IT' ARISTOCRAT llberilM do.< THE NEW LOWREY .I.JO ''no. MU IU? OleluS. A.Icoodltl"
MMlmum benoflto Include pudoocotloo 5. Cas pick 'P and delIver. (1.1(00 ol vItAe and up to SOb Carl anuo.ua-TopCon Camera'bbs bottom boil. two 45 HP Evln-, WrIts AUTOMATIC .a. eHiROLJ. 50905 thor-
Will of till fOol with paynentlermi mplTto" WOOl, fllleri Revere :II81m ORCHE.TRA CONTROLI 'U0
ilart right n in OaO.t'473. 55 rude molore. lOp new Tilt Ir.lI. EXCELLENT BUY 11280 lor .
.t 110 ... ....k. R.old sdnance.Snot. WILL DO Irani In my homeMorrli tornvt.tedsii up,to yrari... Call a today PROCESS!NO. CURING rot.iI' Movie" Camera-Oolf Clubi .r. (1150 Will tike 14 llu' .811.num OU PLAT > oni-noto SolId 01 Pord 0.'" V-l itandard

Appl h.'..... a.4 0.,. Mm. ton a Norm TeiaievliHO so dwholesslsos Ins. Qttslity'A" Conditioner 110 volti-8ev- ....tandsmo II motor isirodo. ..llh your rlfht hind. and slIm Like BOW lot lass Paik ouf6U4 Inns INTIRNATONAL tDplk"
bfoodae the. S.lurd. C oosuns I lilacs up to ncon mcatl. luaranteed free delivery oral Clock. la chose Irom-Hld. see at 1363 Ediawater mabIcull yelturase not* a..,lod> 5 Orltoal OW. .
U33 Last Muls abed. app ird value I with payniolof d.n Treieurw In CollKlor. Iu>mi. .rom.. 5 full chord-hovo momsuI 380 StIr, l North
on K or whole or ouirter beet etch DriveriIis ? from Ui, fIrst natolEE 68(1. .
DEPENDABLE!; COLORED womin looms :21 0.05.POLK Buy Now-No Down Piyuenl nrit Pr\ 7174
riduata d rsirrstos dy or pin J O 0 Meat Co.. 340 West Main Tb. Budiet Plon : BOATS now old dlreol.: IEAR PLAY I.ET ( .
t ton pickup
PRODUCTION Imo Job Aio 20 in.7SI. Flint, COUNTY Birlcw. .J3.7802. Open t A.M. to 5 P.M.WE holemlo prl.... IT to 93, Plirebirilau .HE" diaplaplCANNON NAN I ...iUlful ilrloi BO* SCORE A STRIKEAgainst iVR new tlree Oood COB.
Boat Co Lakelar
LABORERS Clly BUY SELL TRADE dIllon. 1900 (33.bom. Bar....

Locil phoiphito operitlon U ineentlni COLORED week work WOMAN C.... deilloe lor MU (J. MORTGAGE CO. SIX 3 monlh old calve. S pant THE SPINNING I WHEEL 102 ClothIng N3 .. P1.rlds MUSIC A. 8U..14.CO. ,I BimluloB'48 "DODUE l'i A..I 'ondilon.ton five sprod Alter|

pplcUoni from huh scorns houeaclnnloi Oven Pridne 1I..nln.
_,_ 20S Wool
I Ouerniey heller. MU
anaui ona -
Khool, irodunUo. to b. considered 0"1 MEN: SUITS llM 40 tro..r".ht.lI. .. budget Ills Sell Mrl.
EXPERIENCED COLORED: 315 N Noes Ac. a-eo 4 103S S Florida Avonuo EAUTIPUL SPINET pl no pam"
for irnploymint Ii. oboes. 10 H A Elllent
n production 15\0'
wanu cite or reiulir UU I 7171 DIXIELAND 53101, Conioloi '358: itudloo. Bum
borero. Applicant muit bilood In work (0( WM Lime HORSE AND Shetland pony foreala MU S-28U .. China and eryitil Phone 13.11. uprihti (171 ooibrowni I the furniture you DO longer
heiltli between itei ao-35 While faced cow with black 8"8.3958MIIN.
and ... wllllni to work on roliuIni MORTGAGES PURCHASED WeII AOIUI heller ciil m.371HOOOD Ptrs Pirklni In Reir of Sto. 604 south FlorldiDO use Inexpensively with a USED BUSES for ..... school orIty
shift lulinmonti. Apply In .. buy ood mortaiiei. Turn S PRACnCAUY new mOo ACCORDION. 120 Buss' S 500k.old. typo. Ford ONC.
person between I JO I m. and your piper Into rash LikilindMortaaia OUERNBEV milk cow for dlum .,.. top coat Call MU U '''II Corp.. 905 South Ten sale with new heifer calf Fhone .2232. .... ..
1130 im. at tho Emplormoni hoo .nt. 1150 0' hrat..h I UP Contact H R Uwle 41(
OdlcoINTERNATIONAL. n.iiea Avinuo. 882.1173.BUY. MU 6-0877 offer Immedl.lel. WrIts 0u5 M. Dial MU 611 now a.t Iniraham Anoue. su-

62 BusIness OpportunItIes BUILD tell. toni 05000 FHA 103 Furniture ft AppllonctiFRIOERATORS Llkilind teAser. _ _
liv.itock PaliPowori -
sod VA morUikii Ftret Mort- 92 Wuntd ; "DISPLAY '
..n Corp ., Florida 101 a. plorida [ WASHERS. _
MINERALS Mel Rudy. LMLAKealtor Ave. MU (3137UILDERS WANTlD: A few dalrofa tile, 10'k'.d. 1 JFIER'S[R b.atari, air conditioner. .(.. All -L01I

&: CHEMICAL CORP. 10J7 E. Memorial Bltd BUYERS tons tern, Will ,., toP cash erbes m.k.. repaired Prompt aipertrvloa -5----
( Floril AvenueBirtow MU4107.. rn ortiaia loana available with Dairy. MT -OT3I .. ... .e lor teed BMd ..

Florid' lo..t Infreet ratei and cloilniill linen your Kelvlnator and
A COIN Liundr. 40 waalisrs. 12 .orao dealer Nile Day TV.Anlancea -
Convention! and FHA at
001000. Cioellent locllloa both USI IfDGfRCLASSifiED ,
1330 Auburndala RdMU
Will. PAT 1125 per Work for :1woeki 11..750 John i. BreaniB. Realr 5'0', Comp.r..1 no Oblisa.tts,5 '. \ S2I7S
Lakelind Mortma Cncrslot NOTHING
to tn n operator for miloroil B6-4103 ADS
icrtlco, I I. Tenneuee A. .u.. 112 TV SAROA1NS Completely reulll gA9
tuition Bra ill innesiScot
required 681-OSS4 LAKELAND 8 "INEn soil de- 73OR. amId (.... Sold IJI9S and
i 0055,15 oper..d 1..ndom.l. lIp Free Initallatlob Alwayil.bD
ARE ul lookite for a aoud Poe health ro..o.. 1111 SALE Beaioned fIrst mort- 1
MERCHANDISE Lskeland'I 505 boos la now orosed
50"11"RAILhR with imill h5100erson
pan turn 0. lull lIme Income In wood PrIce. liin
,locil properilei. oifirad wllh dl. TV 51 NIIo b Dso TV. TOMLNSON'SLOT
NW Polk CO. or pact Likelind PARK 24 ipacce. ( count IJ-22JMORTOAOE LIKE Rosd OpeD 110 500pm
Many Riwlelih DIaler euro alien and sew I bedroom houu9Vi 95 Bicycles 0 Motorcycles IIU .11'7' I

U.50 id up per hour. Write 0" acre. I JO.000. WrIte Bo> LOANS .,lablo 00eealetsto FRIUIOAIR rtfrli.rilornila .I
Rawleloh, .
Dept 'AA-470'38. Mem Improved or onim-
M'381. Lakelind" LailierEED AND Yimihl illee J950 Taaaart *
TRIUMPH door. (
phi.. T..n. proved with' low retei and ternu
OPERATOR for major 011como.n 10 en ,...... Lakeland Uoruue sod Mrvlci Electrlo _..arll.. PetereoB oppoelto SouUtiato I OF I
....I.. .1.Uon. Imailipbta nodeli sports model lirai
Corp. 205 "South Tenneuot Avonue ESTINOHOUBE UPRIQHT trtnIB -
Act NOW, Earn More iretuire, d. edO-uSIA or 5034573.HOMI itock Likelind Cells, Co. 719 a home of your own) See Sr oicellenl condition Call

BE YOUR OWN BOSS nl.hl.l 88S.33JI. III... M.mort.1. 883.8388 ..2- 337 after I.VACUUM :
THREE WHEEL MllllUr motor oday'i Classified Homei '63 OLDSMOBILE Convertible. Blue with white
repilr rapalnt or add on Al.oOsbi CI.IANIRI reb.llt. is.coodilisnod 8

WITH MAYFLOWER OWNER DESPERATE! ooneolldatlon ProntoSSrrVtoe. cooter e .el(150.1MO 1831. OakHUl "r..t.Phon. now. RepairS 05000.Ori.slisld top. Radio, hydramatic air conditioning
Lakelind' Mortiaie Corp. for Sale" NOW for outstanding lllleo"lO. 3131 CI..d,
INEXPERIENCED 105 South Tenneuee Avenue loot MATCHLESS 500 II.. ell, H..hll Olod MU 1-0117. power steering, $3495

EXPERIENCED DRIVERS Fully stocked and equipped 6824173 lie 400.700O lU5 mllei Columbia. Like Bew Alter Solos I. values.CL"IIII'IIO A USED OE 40" rime. Clean i power brakes "

;going gun and tackle shop '01,0.1.5,1 a. IU 50 T.....I '
Convertible EIDorodo. Fire
63 CADILLAC Special
'. No lollIng RequiredTrilon HORTICULTURE 'eternon. oppoilta 00001.555.UsaD
in excellent location for 96 AntIques ,
Frost paint. Equipped with cruise
and load tupplled FRiaiOAIRE Washer 171 Sil.e ,
only $8,500 with good terms 50 Tailirl PrIoress. oppoutoouthaita
Paid automatic head
Trilnlnt wheel lamp
71 ,FertIlizer loud, WI ANTIQUES: Italian marble eof ( adjustable tearing
Inventory only more than fee table. out a,an. bristol sass. I ICLA'III'IID
If >ou in 21 or over pass phyiIril. control plus all other Cadillac luxury features
'. own or cm llninoo lobe S12.000 at cost! CO-1733. OROUND FEAT muck Peal and hsodvsven 1 Tells run Gone DISPLAY CISPLAY ,
Dlc.el-list On or liter tricUirlokelMid rail mlan. Located 1101 .. Mi a With The Wind 'lamp etc Mar including airconditioning
Pal 0 Neal MU 1.48JlE ...rt D Carr 1001 North Pens. $4995
WRITIII Plant City. Phono 712IXM .
.... 101-3114 MEL RUDYLMLAREALTOR CLEAN POOSPHATE sued for 4Door. White Radio heat
I..... AIIO lOod sod dill 10' IUI. 61 MERCURY Monterey ,
Lodier Davle. MU (.307(. 97 Article for SaleMite.DSE0 .
Conic fit Anil heel .rc automatic transmission, power steering, power

MORTGAGE BROKER TOP. QUALITY. Sails hey Pinaoli from and clover Ar.50110. TVS Iron (3( up Ooar.usboed brakes, air conditioning $1 AO
VAN DRIVERS .. finance WorklsS' \
needed Eli wa
1527 E. Memorial Blvd IO7
else, u on owner-openior driIno '. Heidi Will deliver VU3414 orads-les accepted Admiral 5nlsA Real nice V

for North An..",.. Vi dial 683-4107 any time RABBIT FERTILIZER: oood for ....I... MU .3171. Peacock '60 MERCEDES 220S Gai engine standard shift air
LMII. .... ,
Amerlcoi foitntirow' osrdsoan d 110. to .pound n. 4(4 N Wabaen
movlni iin comptny Complete .lark 60c MU :J-ilOO conditioning. Book price 2195. SI O Art

rabbI with par I... unlformi. AUCTION SALE lOUU
.... II..".... free nan milntenonoo 72 Flowers Seeds; riontt; Special _
ond EXCLUSIVEFRANCHISE Every Saturday 7:30 p mBAXLA'S '
plenty of yeir 60 PONTIAC Catalina 4Door. White, radio, heater.
round work No oelllnt requiredAppllcinli H----: ;
muit be between 2J COLD trowlniprlvit automatic transmission steering
power power
hedio plant. 30 huh
Bid (0 hon i lito model trio GALLERIE
Ur or I .....n.bl. down pir.rnent 13 50 doien. delivered MU ,-3538 AUCTION Room'We brakes air conditioning $* CQC

We will nitit In (ininoIni AZALEA SALE Is,.. blonmlonpsosbem. "Formerly Tho Auction Excellent condition loVxO
For further detolU' rail 75o Oro'led Mom en Buy or Sell for Tan
PenoBnel DepirtmiBt Fort .KOIN. KLEEN ... hive two luryed .. Dr. Hoop itock. ".50. EvaraneB 4Jo B..,. II W '60 PONTIAC Bunncville Convertible. Radio heater,
ill-742.5461. or write location la hub populatno One up Open Sunday MtornoonOwen Phono MO o-WM:
54. competition ...... Ultra automatic tranimisiion
North Anrrlein Van tlnel. Do. a Nurnry 45JII south .- $1QQC
odern coin operated Self Service HOW OOOFT raise.el' Wall pwe
pirtmOBt 225 Fort Worm, In- -rldi.CAMELLIAS" broke I07O
duao. Pop Cl.anho.av d Liundry Cen la wall eloped Iran (I (> up J01DuPonl steering power
ten. Complete InitallitloB AZALEAS ...... vi.hsrouls. ,. nrlon' MM par eguara '64 CHRYSLER New Port 4-Dr. Sedan. White.
factory trained e.peru. Wo 0' pod....._ P11550. lb.bimus. yard Scatter run IB ilandardIon Radio

5. I Saltimin moto your arand openlni H.b'l erotone. miny otlieri realonably and ._1.1 euta to your heater, automatic transmission, power steering
9 veer bank Cl sanpi050a' priced Andereoa II... ohm 0501005 lacludlns round and
anclni and after continued .... 1127 baa Oleander Street ova*. Ru( odalns doss IB ourplaro power brakes, air conditioning. JOOOC

ilitaorl all Commercial sisal Phono 5e3.3J73.dvlail.OOMINO. own Fabrle olearanca ulaOutlni Absolutely like new O O VV
LETTER FROM TilE load 20 pound wither that lati AND Indlca at lot per yard. black '

the buelnaei' and sImplified Dry ...1.... I coat planu. t for (1Ybimi and whlta prlnti al loc some JACK ALFORDHe 60 FORD Country Sedan Station Wagon 4-Door.
Cleanlni tbat will stats you more 100 phone (MIMt Maids a> Wa PI.., auallty mill
PRESIDENT I planto V-8 radio heater
money You cia miki over 1001rotura soda at a lavinia to fit your automatic tranimrsiion power .

on your iBveetment ACT hudsetis d w000ksridsoss. steering, power brakes, air con-
I will offer NOW, Mil I Ralph Hieely collect 1 O C:. Hamilton rabrlci Mew would like take this $1OQC
a carefully 23(.0271. reildent JJ.0997 Timor 73 Foods, ProDs, VijfbldORANOIS Dada City HI.h..... I "10 mllee to opportunity to ditioning Extra nice family wagon I Xa7 V

elected few, 21.35. $100 per P. writ C 0 KOIN ELEEN, North of In........ .. Invite all his friends to drop in and see him 59 Pork wood Station Wagon 4-Door.
week vs commission 18fIJ; MODEL cornS ...t.... flu
guar dally Wa sNip. Dowaeya. .,t- pick u... S's SI 180. Nor- at Lakeland Ford Company 125 Lake Mir. ald whit., radio, heater, astoouotictransmission
anteed earnings with future. ...... Road4UAUT1 ;:lIto Doive.

free medical insurance an will lacrlflrl couple_ for opportuny beat olr Tolls ripe .1.... fruit USED FURNITURE buy Ireiieeell ror Drive power steering power $1OOC

obtainable Incentive proiram I. amill ouperolto with lee eta- Pitied dally Special ..e.... Wi M not Coehrao Street off brakes air conditioning I C7 X
Oh oaaodwrreslte..11. apartent ship Call OO4JIM. Hiae'i Produce North Wabash Aienue.' MU '58
and _your auto ex Located on Hllhwiy #U Market 4 musS Ngrttt M S-U029 Wa llvi Top Value, Biscayne 4Door. V-8. Blue and
DcnsesIn I,'"HL Waoohols. PRoaP* 27191OO1NO Miihway ... etampaCLOTHEULLNE. Stop in today ond let him'show you the I 1964 white. Radio heater automatic trans-

-LUMBER-Builneie: Good : POS1S (really TOTAL PERFORMANCE carS at Lakeland mission, air conditioning. Extra nice. $995
1 .. Beerman Really :2(91orlda .. reduced S sod >" aompletolywelded.
return 100
expect % Avanue. IM3151uiomoblo ,: __ BARGAINSAND 41" iroeearm with Shooks. Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford OVER 40 CARS TO SELECT FROM
effort. 6 days a week
performance MM and .1110 ystrCOmma ene ef these
eagerness t o delivery (oo. Pb,.. (... as the cor of the YearLAKELAND. csvrteass talesmen:

Servlco Buitnota Beta (too. WiUord ManufMturliuiAUCTION U Wills, Slim RIC..IDI Arlri Harola1 K..
learn undivided loyalty and .. (1(000 110000 downrorory BUYERS T.'Ir .
JO" ILllCTRIC .to. wIlls 5,00-
desire for a five figure Income StOOL main Hwy to town. ...". ...a. Like sew. MU 5.0435

ulBeii. torner near learilowa meet la the Want Ads If .
(22400. CN-tOI. FORDCO.

If you are this man call Trailer Park approt 4'% a.... you have something to sell .
Friday Nit" Only VOLVO
my general sales manager. IJ'.IOO. OLDSMOBL
service to offer or roomto
Mr Dolgln, (26-Sltl Tampa. CoD..al, Ho.... (21.MO. s 730P.M. "Heatfauerleri far V.lu Over 2 Tearir*

rent. doct wait-dial Wo hop or sob for f.. 938 East Main St. s TT* Phone 2-7173

B Karpay JOHN 1. BRENNAN MU w-USI now and place JIMMY WALKER'S

George AUCTION CENTER 125 lilt Miner Dr. Ph. MU 21102
President your
Ssullor..LMLre.41a3a. I3M 0 5. (S Bait

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121 IwilnMiPlnciiforRinlHTORR !t 129 Furithed Apartmenti I jOMr&XDMCTH1H3' BASE IN OUR 0P5504 P j POUR ? US AIL S051-l4e05lUs4tlD I REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE
*0414100 LIlt OpsocH,
FOB itorMo or sloop, DIXIELAND: low IWrtannt = rn HMO BIRTHDAYRENTALS / 00041 cf5T VOU'LL K BACK AT TIlt rir I 144 Aerssgt, Loll Fer Sal 144 Acrieg, lifi ff Salt'
and WOOS ouartor. '0'_' MB0 All elecirlg kitchen. vUllUoi, J 000-60 CC1OO'O rt.o. rio-n A..
rIO Phone ....aGll or Ml- furnlihod Adulu Phone 1ft, M04CY sP5EC$4IlkU 01k? tOOO'aY1 ..itl05l4AurT 40'*ACMH 4i U "inva. 4 miieiOM OIBBON-- -PARI. Altrnctlvl--lake-

lilt 1-3174 000lns. I T-T LA VtO'TR') of IndOOr PoA..sel new lot* Lirn woodrd iltei' wltu'
FOR' PALS or ln, To will Id- FURNISHED APAHlMCMTB: 01 1REM40OM'1k ktlMlnii. a..... roOSt builneai bulldlnii M Mat 411 MllUl TODMMM .'_.bI. '. -ILL'1? twa. 1001"" imou 390000 ton. NBC Unl OBBtpan,. ilU-OOlB.
bin gtreol Oil 118..... TO iloneQUIET iil phoiNitto e..tI,,,,,. b> p.0'.t -

= 13' nod "". 145 BusIness PrepsrfyRastDSMTIAL
in t nonicA AVI.-UM MM CLKAN nicely furnlibed
at llto ntw Mr ooMJUoaedp (our room ... Itoet. MniUieotiilonrio .
;;- TAMP" IIORWA1 ISO 0 ur
.pae. Ideal location Spot M titr furnUhod. SIt
Polk Theater and ...... (mnNew Adulu. 'BdoiMDUPLUC Owls wsolu" oIler Julio /I....
Polk Podtrtl knlMiu. Perfect 40 ACRESNorth nan 1Io.1I0r 12t 11'.1 M.'n II.

for ...,..., eu Owners will KICK theme roenu. bath. 1. COMMER t i AL
partition siteS to nit roaulro. our hoipital out. line Aduluno of town. $100 per acre. mduitrlnl,.. ....ssllarr.. Mel
menu H. W. llociard "' 0.. PCU Phono MU .1-3307: ;; Rod t'u.nitor IM7 S MiuioiltlSlvd
....UJS. .B.-..10'IIID17..IAL I
run ainrunmt. aeroMed porch 2 YOUNG GROVE TR.ci'.dJQl
FOR RENT or 1.181I. bulldIM 01 US mono if ,.orl,. 111 Johnwn. Kraft PwMfc oopreilmatHj. IBHIBhwof
1212 Houth FlorIda Are rots ....3_. Btj-lMo Aorr Ittllroeil 110 00*.
Kea Belmar Ceo be laced tars, -- 40 acres land with 24 .cretin Jilts I 8rnn.n. 0..allor 1111I.

kind ol bueUioii. Plenty pvklniipac TURK ROOMS sell hat. 140 citrus S acre lake excellent 1103OOOD
*. lUll e Sow block fromBouturo no month IHI Convenient to downtown REAL ESTATE fishing. Nice shade I'JORt ...,id''... i loot
Coin... Call Port Mwnolla. Phvn MO 111II.. slioiust .000 en. II CIl'
unk. MO -J071 l-io It 129 nihhi4 Aptrfmtati iii- FwaliBtd HOBIII 134 Mobil. H.... Lob 143 Mobil Hem let 144 Aeriqge, Lots For Sol. home ilte. $500 per acre. Plod now. but ci, drltref I. ISdan.
MODERN DUPLEX Air ooudluontd Terms .. 500 bnlld''., and Swour

127 Fumltheo! ApartminhrURNMKRD Good loeoitoB. 431 Pranoli 1IIUPLU: ...r "nlll..ca.Tb LA ROE MOIIILI homo lot. for CHOICE BUILDINO Ilte. IM'I 101 SoilS PInIeI. __
Bird M34t.ltSHALL WALKING DISTANCE .. rooro. ,.III. ......\. I.... root. TOI4 union Itroot, Phon Free Rent. 141 dlreetlr behind' JI80 COnsland -
Inn 10011111.. Preo.sorol tnnaat.erororrod. MU IOU20SRVtMAL NeUhta
Blvd Clll UU 9OM1.
OR infuenlehid. .rl. 2 I 4 BLOCKS from .II.... IlvOOlnob I DOWNTOWN ... R. M. MARLER
tot* bath ......... 13700 to' kl\C'h. wools dlnln. ..... lie .11I31. TRAILKIt ipacae anal I- MU I-M70 CHOICE: BUSINESS
robS ""\hI, Nonce.e ApartBenll. ;bedroom. beth Cad IIIU 5.0020I UII mcnthlf to unilo ilrl ocouplo. EATON PARK t... bedroom CV.taroort. able. Parkwte Trailer Park SIM Free Towing. LAND BUY-1010 I.ros.eml. & SON
MO 1-4441 MO .2381 All olMlrlo uppur iff). tile kith nlttlritihedi lu. New Tamn Hllhwer.PIVI 'leerod pine land. 160 per acre I LOCATION
: ....,.. Prwou both ud ... in JO wwklr, S10 .0.11I.. till April | 1340 acre eattlo ranch, fenced andfenced LKttA Rftllon
OFFER TWO _....... Ilvlni ACRE with coIl and M. 'B central Plnrldfa moat StIrs
APARTMENT Riot ton trio,.. L.'od .n Soot Otto. I -ll7lICt eta"> Corral nod Icidlni
Idol I Mill U MU
room bItches both cedar ...... bual... .... IpPOUR tic tank ptnd raid sheds aodirdit modern mobllhoma park IM
woman 0004 location .1. Ph. WilSon. SIt-SUlk. chuUn ISO per ..r.. to acreiIr NEAR SOUTHGATE
ROOM ...... "... "
Hear itorei bile Adulu 6H-I74T d .mown. at south T..... MU 0034150. 11I"31. houeo ci 740 .P." CM-OtOt 'lilturclt Wooo. moo down 100 aorea. .In. Lakeland sinea I M
HOTEL APARTMIttTS .0.504 .a8l. antI Pod' Call .13.I2.a. M ...hllhl... ranch loll, 10 h..d ol cattle, .nl, MO ooolooo ana aoutn Hondo Ant Urn
rwo ooou IIS Rooms For KM! ill ally fncilttiea on ...I.. rate .
Iwo roomi iinem otllltlei furblehad. houa..2300 SistLnmto torn four mil from C, well built homo. could bo convened
Dlilo MoiaL 4MI He.ONI COTTAOE POVR roonu. Porch 8".1. plui an all new rotreallon bulldln OCOM Oard', U I. ktsh.syerool.s HOME SITE for oftluo, ouilnm. or home
Tampi SIphon, dial Ito, rouble or with olio child 130 F.rnhhid Moum UKtrftONT home turn LAROII ROO" ,tnaO. eear Sue.Oollrnio IT'S ALL NEW *. oulr I'M per acre see COLORED AREA and builneul 1 A real barttll
402 South piorido. 481-oosj lulled. I bedroom electric kltchen > profotr.d PrIcO 05' C.' UU or R. ... oordner. 0rar tt.n.. rourlO nwlmmla doUbt I.., Urma arrann..
steal. BKDKOOM Child _. .time.... aptrU IIpPICIINCV ApART..II1IT. VUI. private. dock blthlnf (lihml. nabla. m t-1341 Driv Out Today To Dick' a Rrallf. 1011. Cut Mtln po.1 10.100 001 .. ..,.d CO-1711.
Off atreetrklni. 111006 MU iIUlLAKELANDS
lIons, LAKEFRONT HODBI Purnlihfd, .
turnt.ltrd Qrou"4 Slier near Win to, Haven, tl mmutea
.. >aior furmihed. INin "" ..lIld.. .... ....,. CtoUdron CORNIIBItIlRO antUemepnsturrd CIRCLE M
-1481 MU .iMOTJRNIHHED II. pad ooropud. from LiHrlnnd "troop month II wmbl0 SIrs, hIts. ; 10500,1.0. to lit I
APARTMEWT, Two Oil oltor I > .. wad Ir or Joiner, Phone MU S5T371A8T led otorIs. III Went Mis0011a 75H17I WilkIns loot.oonto M. MARLER KEN HARRIS
FOUR ROOMS biUt Purnlihed bedroom upiuiri at 401 WntLemim dora. NIl 8-1330. BIDE cottaio, 140 On bui, MU 1..111. MOBILE HOME Boulhute ihopplni and ichooliUOOO
or unfurnliiheiS., Dead location Bluet Oil MU 3-mi: HREC: ROOMS. Couch or wIth II.... Pfnted yard Children welmo Clll MU J-Ob31 or MU & SONACREAGE Realtor I,rhlru Or LMIIIOS

SOn Near!o.nile. BMoeloIAKI rhureHoa. and Lake NOW AVAILABLE u.per knit ono ,Ibr. Screened porch UUIItlripUoaoJ .... MU 9-1707. 136 R.tmi With '...r.1II0DIRIC .] 1501 West Arlana St. I -301O f 5513151SOME norltll ",o.
bedroom dupl.. Automatic. boot Hear but itoro Open 7 Day 9 S P.M I IIIAUl1PUL CHOICE IOII40' IM U. eltr' lull loot I MaIn OL .81.-8&1
PuRsuit lovoir brand new sIr conditions. Vert ctonn. noOUH 803lJII. Ul Fr Pint MlicllanevlOMMIRCIAt ROOMS for rent with frn Flora LandKI *d, M.000'all
four room, tile both. terraeto NMT Liko Munur Ml TWO RIIIROOM h.m. Adults 0' without board In Yo Olda : LARG' shodO 101 MU 4-23J4. .
lOon.. tOtem room attldlk: electric MU 1-1217 .ll.r 4 pm. o.... N. POI.. Ratcroaons. ItO RIBIOENTIAIfurnlirted Motor Lodie, on Hlahwar 17 In for tr.lI" .. lab Park. .... OROVa LAND 10 sores .,.. BUYERS
heat fireS floor MU '-'' ICILY PURNUIHia duplra. mouth perolnua001 r.ldn000. 103 pr tinturnlihcd nntnll heart ol mate Cm drive to and 00 T... water mud .Ioou'' PbOIl.U31. and oak. Beautiful hub, land PEOPLE EXPECT
BOUTHBlDIl APARTMXNT Near Woodlll I Trnll.t Park lust Snot Vilroela..WO Mel Rud, Renllor. 1517 loot Memoritl from moot any point W Intereetno .ira eeollon Lokeleud IIomandnloll. .
Ijr furnlahed ... Blvd 'Is diy. IRO week fnr rou- I 10 Irma olrsrnl Throo bane.aoton
Permanent tenanti off ctieetnut. lit Memluio BEDROOM!: ho. Two MlMlOT inrtime Price 1250 per ten Termi
.......... JJI3: CIr... 11.1... MU Drlvo MU 1-1817. .m.1t ...Udro.4d.. 180 0. CALL pl.. Phone Pit 300. Bowline 2'-. ..... Seo R b. Oardnert hom.. IIt.ooo 12&00d. .
r.II3'1. ....UI. lIIIoGlI01. U010rr.atulaet ill klndiwo Oren Florida TRAILER C. Lola or Rm K Lola It 'h. moo,. but h... (Its boot
SMALL pVRNI8HK n111ulnornsins. > nor loin HI Joe MocalueoRealtor OOO\.rel.1\ biro Inder'h.
Dick' Rpiltr. teM: Main.Phono "OPlrl
'!'HHuf ROOMS ud bath, oleo- I ipurturat. PlI..1o ".''h. ODPLKX ALL olcctrlo 111 Mmkl MJ-217. 138 Unfvrnlihi .1011 I. .0 srr..s II olenrd 0350 pot .u.:
trto bIlah.e. hol ....... Otir,I tar b..,... nose or .tunln. 033ItrUlb >. Wtuw turnlthMl. MU ,. Aptrlt. LOTS 501.0171.PAITURE .. al'do.....
bus. IIn.. Call MU 3.43,11. '.I ICL.'BD BIrd Mil 133 Msbll "0.... \ LAND 400 1Clood :::: w..I Main Blreet Uko Benih .
LINCOLN COURT Aportmenta eoll. aomo 11m ielured 3. 320 arm. t* clrired ind Drive '
D'"L.' ." CLAaa'I'IID DISPLAY CLAIIIII'IID OliaLAY Lakeland a fincH for colored people EXTRA LARGE Near Plant Onlr fenced 't mill river frontMa. .. 1 SKOOO 100Weit .
Main Bt mo daep
CI.IAII IIODERII l.r.l.h.d h..... Morth t.d -
Lincoln ud Waal 7thMO SIlO per am. Terna 25 S3IO per 5cr! Tirma 00' Lako mIsS Drln. Include
I 1triter.. oettsora' 0usd U.\. PAVED ROAD
I-S35I ..* R U Oardner. R C. Loll 01
Iwo bulldlnta
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.uutdllloba VIlIltIN furnlulo.dOtt. 4. Ono toIl tormi.
I CRYSTAL LAKEAREA : R., K Ull at Dirk Nialtir acre
.. ... .. BRAND 000W. nra. 00110.nonrltonla.
$11 00'1111 10 .1' :to3.n. ....
Oil tub Main donS .133
1515 10 01. .'Mt tot. Lake Pirke-t Drln .. lit 000
bedroom bporlment in Lakeltnd LAROB ATTRACTIVE klllildl Bli lao r....... 10r deep
"ICa; MODIIRN 1I0UMIr.IIo. Plo,. Oak floori aIr conditioned. built 1.1.. ovorlooklna Lako Olbionilar W. G. HALES 'WraP of lot OKowalolt from Ooionda -
Anna pIas" 10 It.. Adults, us In runs and oven eletincitchen $1,495.00 W. paved itreeti, boat ... ... PeiltttrISO Street.
$ pIta. 3100 tlontit "orld. 551.t3ti You II find' Bone II I..o ....... IMMOTNIAR I.nll ,
.Ice. Charlea Snider. h... MU $150 down $25 month tool lime Street 111 000
KATHLEEN 9" urn'
100 fronton too'
34121mth diep. Sent
LAHQS TWO bedroom trailerconnottlnt lomeiltei ill 4 onsan d 131 to Lll (I... .I, Barber Shop.SON .
bath adultl. also TWO BEDROOM tuplol la Dill. Phone month Owner. M.-j.J4ATALOMA aiatlon
1 three bedroom home available I..d. N.I rsdattratrd. SIb a
eoon. MU 0-f .4 Leah>. ..ero, MU 1-4341. 682-2283 ACRES reilrlrIMno NEED A LOT 1..UlI..
I TRAILER 3D'. Utllltlei furnlih N1J I76U4DUPLSX ; acre homeiltei II 40D Of.
pd Biker Street neor Writ O5ICarttott.r'I I- three sod tIns open I thru I t m Stlurdai. I
roomibtk. ted ...d.,. 00 No. 01 north Hero Shop .ret Rlnht behind Palmor. Leonard Rabin
Home lIons Modrrn, Son ..t loot '
144 Aaron, lots '" S. .
lI I 3'0 mllee and lollawel001000ra. KlemenUira: Brhool In D"h.L..n
3810. Bait Lrmon Slrwt, lelepho
Burt Broker. tM-1411 Arm huh on thi hill off Realtor IMLA
BM-08IIS ,FIVE ACRE irtrtl. lID d.... 116 auRootool 1.1.- Polk A..... Loll rente 'In lire 1030 I. Lima' airetl
NIWLV: DECORA rtP five roomi month Mel Rudy Retllor, IWl:I nEAL : from 1001141 up to 103'.23.. 682-6109
Free Rent bath .......d porch. Ntar atorei. I Memorial Blvd MU '-4107 mod, elteollIrac 5. 50 tIn .to.. Paved itrroti. OIL, walor' notold. .
701>i Park HID Inqulri Ul Pal- \0 acreS .oma with (Hit, A-l mtrlctlom. tulet
metloDELtXB. lomdiitei with ihidi. imall downlormeoiu rod prIce lul. You Have Irulttrera CL.SII-IID DIIPLAYIII

Free Towing. TWO bedroom with' cenml OWN A PART OF aai-7. Call>la Makoln, 'Bert Rodieri Thomatllhu .. fire bydranli for plraianl and IKlln mooavenlrnrea ,.". #

heat and SI, londlllonlni.. Realtor BN-Cill Priced .
USEDCAR Dub-Luna Arrei Mia ,
buIlt I .d ... ,
till April 1 across ran refrii
FOR BALC: Term 40 iris land nerket for Immedlolo tllo Lookor
1. .
,* In renlrtl Florida mosS tltrsmodern Tatar Walkini' diitanca l 10 FLORIDA
chooli wIth crime lrove on and inopplni Th. flneiivartmen
motilhomo parkvint in Likilind 1100 ..r dole In to Lakeland Call IJ8 out now lot ludapDICK We
circle M mobllhoma ranch todnl nonll123 Woos Circle street 1401. TimpaIOME8I11
all dIn faelllllee oa ailn. ribs C.'I I S Hlbal MU .-_ or BOOT bur, South.elIte '1
lilus In all aowrocreallon bulldiniIT'S ;ilU ljeioSOUTHSIDE 5 ACRE.E I:(too. Don *'1100 inn. BARNESRealtor MeanBusnessll
SALE 10 ....d.. OoM-imi tM-i39
ALL NEWDrive Rliter. itraltor.NA0011LLS LMLA

Out Today To TRACTSFOR PARK loll la LakeCountr 2011 S. Fla. 686-7103
with 1400 named I..... ; !
APARTMENT It". flahlni' Pair of loll 110
CIRCLE M ONLY do.... BIO monui. lift lo 1518
0.00 or lbS al..t OnO bodroomapnrtleauntu per lot Make our ihoioo todt. YIn sir, .. moon

61 PLYMOUTH 1.1......* 4-Door Ayro. T,..... N $2095w. MOBILE HOMEThis ole 0010..1. All.....rooms. ook ttonr.r Oars.. $25 Cloia..w echeol to ahopplni AIM .bail churchei rllhte and lo .ITWIIII LAItLLANDII PLANT CITY AND b .,.1"... and If youdon't

Rod. 4V Hiortor. WBI $1495 OW <'lrt. kll Weeks Special -1134 or UU '-$OIP. DOWN MONTH ansi blind I..... 11.1... creek : tori Iron... 11I bran ,Id Ham- I IWn..fuI look Bl th... price!
Now 1495 .id _10. ll. mIles tait of 00 5.110' Shoe comi in ind lot
62 DODCI Sraflon Wo.on . . . ., $1695 New LeeibtirB or two milei W... ofTavern location Past of PIntO MI .h. how
"IV' ROOMS md b.U.. noon SEE on U. I 141 Nwr., I.rn I hIlls land part you
NOW $1095 50 X 10' ROYCRAFT ".."lhlo.. aso.In." piloted.. liD North usIa.. CnMt Ro.'. 1mlloi old Clip inn acrei. BIO 000. 13000 down I ouVltSStspslysuI
'61 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sodon .aao. Wsi $119S j.II -0411 or Inoulre IJ7 North to real aitale office. I Iver Br ,, I In MB .> fhaid lit.
$4995 110.... 0.. L. R Bu... B., tm Is.nsrI .
LAKELANDACRES n ;. HARTMtrrReeltor : llo .
$ florldi Pnoni 341-N70 lenti.'tl
595 ,
NOW JUST riNIBHIO three i bedroom
'61 CHRYSLER 4Do. Jadon . .o WBI $1795 1501 West Arlana St. apartrnenll for tdulu, Cen.iral SOUR CHOICI Lots. South end. Hilda Kltlo,.. Aiwclat

Open 7 Days I a 6 P.M. heat ond llr cindltlonlniaver Coot tide. Up M II IronlMlxclueivo 111 Watt Rnnoltti It. RAMBLER ,
NOW 895 I 000 ... ft of tntnnrea ) konlno Prlvato owner Phone 7IJ-I011 or 7M-U11 -
CluH 4-Boor bVeoon.
60 CHEVROLET "CorvBir" . . WBI $1091
8ulll.ln ron... 0. blCK'k Prom 553453,1ClOt Mini ClIP' ..,.d w b I I. with.
nOttrr AI 131.111 Park Hili ON DADE CITY ROAD I .....hl". .n..r. Aw.I. .
NOW $795 CoIl Don Sulton, I26II ..r.lti.lt8J. o m a 11 o. individualoati.
'60 ORD 2-Door Sides . . . W.i $995 IN ...mm".I.I.I a.r. reollnlnw book.Wo .
134 Mobil Home Lots MEL RUDYLMLA "It.000. Iwo ...... 110 000 bOon "
NOW $995 EIWIKN: LASt Morton ..1 .40 ,... IllS Cotutn. aioo per HOME SITELot I $2tI95'

'60 fORD Srotion WBIOH . . . W.i $1095 OwlS' Chek Urn, llvini room. REALTOR .or*.
I bedroom tile bath electric kltch-
MOBILE LIVING ,n. .....nod porrh worklnl ...- lOOillS' beautiful tress 62 VOLKSWAGEN
-I NOW 695I MORTGAGE BROKER i> .. two elba. Vn''.... land-
ream on
alp preferred entmnl DON W AYNE
59 PLYMOUTH 4.Doo.s.dolt . . WBI $191 I' ..tnlna p".I 'IIU,". I KARMAN GHIA
AT ITS BEST 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. R..IIo \..MLA20H.
'59 CHRYSLIR "New Y.rk.," 139 Unfurnlihii1 HOMHSLBO 2'1' Blot klnahntn Priced c..... Solid white
$OOC 1. MIle "U 1.1113
Now I Thur termt, Fhono .
dial 686-4107 timeC&.AIIIIID ,Ih ......h... In" .
4-Oowi Hordloo . . . .. Win $1191 YY3 o/hr moo fir'I at a t nuntsr park any O.PO.lt.1 "" "' "
in I lovolr .? Ona that heicllr ,. rAPTLY ftu-Dllhod, S an.dI .
NOW $795 type dWl eerri Tine; drlnklni.eter ; bedroom Mel RuIn Realtor 1 DISPLAY"1 CLAU'I'IID' DIILAY' CiAiii.iD ii 41 $1795
wwer ompin, mi- t 127 (;til Memorial. Sled IMUNFURNUHID -- .
57 CHEVROLET 4-Doxw S.don . . WBI $995 too. ton rnlrletoao' l II bills ---- -- ..
: ton, wIth ,I.I.I'I. : '.UY/ 'i '56 CADILLAC VMan

NOW $395 brlllue _jlTltlit"Thoia"thlni" OUPLSX S bedroom 1 ,

.I' .
'57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sadon a . WBI JJ9J and moro ire youri it PALMUfORIS : c"por"loch aohooliMulhioto. I 'DiVillo. .u' Full
MOBIL) VlLUOI Oil. vllllie We ofLtke mo 1211 CarolIna :.:::,..,... err;:;:: ...
itoototolt tOt th.
NOW 295 or. Alfred o.,. 19 .....- :nts-4071 or im-.ooO a boot,. '.". .
57 eUlCK "poclBl" . . . . W.. $495 boar on $595" ,
THRU BEDROOM!: wIth carport c

I Sll ONE OF THISI SALESMEN LullS BONNY Pour Star Mobile I MT month North Coot Brawn Mauachuietu MO l-Ull 171 .I . '

C. C. "Sunnv" 0ooo .....,., "" boo Manaoar Alton M 1.1_, inn Vaed Car Solea ...._ Homo Park New ,.....1 lob, InUkeland 60 RAMBLERmerican

Art Sborlv D.... Bokow Bill _... Buotii Home alettrli.HI.h.water.. .and.... Municipal "."-. ho.UNPURNI8HID.... ItO and TWO 141. Cloio bedroom toethooll /l- I .. trinitnliaientMtor. .Boor, Aumate

Miko Chanboro Leon Mamll Prod Walker MU 7aD .
meter oaa, but HUH. flock to ::. teiail, one....
new Or... Fork Bhopplni Center. SIX ROOMS situ lUeel mod-.
Oood I... flihlni and boat.UK sea cltrue ....... boo, 170. 142Montlnlla. LIGHTMIDUM HIAVY I $795SPMAl
HAROLD FUSSELL annul DolL 1140 North Cr .. MU 3-OtM
Oil take Prlv. MU ""73. THR&I
BID ROOM 'o'lblld.. I
DLXIB MOBUJI Park 4,5000.0 I tear p.05 mdc 4 DIsIptandschool. '
(Ovof 22 Yoon of DoJ Olltl..I., Q..liry ."kl; > ramp Hlh...r Lone drt louMunicipal 102. South T........

411 N. Florida Av*. 632.7113 phono ....metera."11. ....re. tale- ,.MV ....74 .It..r 0. TRUCK TOWN 160 ChrfUr

HREI: BEDROOM ana bath. Inood I
CLAISIFISD DISPLAYThe !. ,locit ion 1740 ttuouoatoe 100 t Oe r
-- -
rntal 1100 per OIon''.. Call MUloejl .M.rdUe....... ..t.......
or MU I oust I......'...... ...
'S' MODIRN: I... "b.droom dlp1,0 SPECIALS I .,.. ......,. ....

.Ioe.,," 500.0,0. IIJ.aa.o or6a341u01. lory eir. Wriltlwith conditioning

aeld ,Inter.lor -
SPACIOUS THOu bedroom 0' Sutra shod,
I Only" of ,..
S.wlppeiaI.d. Lane rird. Carport k -,...
Convenlinllr baUd. 1401
Joivphlne. MU .48J' 1
UNPURMIPHSD TORtS bedroom Special ol the Week I $1795

l.um o/r II on Multi RoId. IDa
... l in. Clll MU l0... I '52 FORD 2 tin l lose| whisl ban, 2 ip,sd *xl!* ...... .. $100 '
TWO BIUROOM CB LaI'aruamaDoano. I
., Hove, relrlairalor fur- Boor, Standard)
Of Lakeland Ford's libod. '711. Hire ndihborhoodSharon % ?nar0.......... Local
Drive. ....3.1 2. "" '"'

CLEAN THRU: bMroom I..m.h.u" '60 FORD /4 tOil Pickup ....... .......................................................... $1095 I r' $895
i's block from ole.... Keen .
.chool 140 Oikhlll StTHRSI 'Sf FORD Pickup. Rum good, looks rsugh ..................................... .. .$ 395 .. '61 VOLKSWAGEN

Booth "Give Contest John' BEDROOM."..DD. Realtor BouUlildoIIJO m. '60 FORD Rancher ... ..................................................... ... .. ... .$ 395 I SunKoof one. S e.>"i.r.ro Oleaul.Leul ...
Mystery Away11 mph_ Malt, BM-4101

CA MODERN three bedroomii 55 INTERNATIONAL V ten ...... ..................................................... .$ 300 I., $1195
bathi, FlorIda fenced
room .
noel. o. bus lId. perm'.1 0.0.nob. '5* FORD Pickup. New paint. 3..! geed ................................_........ .$ 900 L '5$ FOROItitun ..
> .. 930 "' "'0'''. UU :JOI1Imoaem. WaiaM 4-Boor.

ARE AS FOLLOWS ,CUAN TWO 0.4,005 h.u. Oft '56 FORD Pickup. Coed tint, rum geed ......................................... ...$ 410 I 01 .V.I. aowor \.1.eteerma.,
: Old 0 101. 11oct11. ...... cud 1.. frd Hen, r.iie. h.iur, LeMl -

I .ntor and ...hl.. ....hlh.. $1500,1Soon 'S9 CMC LW.I. New ,oint. G..d shop* ...................................... ......$ 195 .. one ewnoe
I" $695

CARROL COLLINS TWO OR th'. .....-.. .1..... "60 FORD Pickup. Automatic tranimlnlon ................................... .,.$1000
PHILCO STEREO Ii,03 irnooi) narvv, VIM. I '

PRIZE' lit Including ulllltlee. 4I417I '$, VOLKSWAGEN. Ribullt tranunlsilen. A c nvai canopy .............$ 600 I' 59 BUICK
Old Tamp Highway .S TWO B1DHOOM heuio. ...... toeantown. .._. M.rell.. .Leere. -.
e w r.tomitio .u.I
=_ PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH! BtO per aunt... 1101North '60 DODGE U ton .. .......... .......................................................,..... $ 795 trinimliaioiftrade.
Lakeland Florida Ollmore MU ..J. fleeter B lid
TWO BEDROOM: boa.. I\0.. '55 INTERNATIONAL 1 ton, duel whuli, flat lid .................................$ 500 I while.' Local no ownW" -
I I... refrlcertilar fnrnlihed lorn

lot auo Children after 0 VIol wilromi oi.,.CHI. "'. '55 FORD /4 ton, ilak body ....... ...........................--......-.u..........$ 500 $1095fe

PRIZECLUB ALUMINUM I'poll need RENT,..d.or atilur lala. .ho....n...r_heat'. '60 FORD F-350 *n* ton with itak body .........................?................ $1175 Sel .

U.S. Highway 92 Lost ir hanoI.hod. Plo,.. II1-O41. '5' DODGE Ponil! ....... ...............................................?.........................$ 450 Oki llriaiigrii ,

Lakeland, Florida Ito ... room....3.13.. Ota bOlt elI. 901Ocoaeo '61 CHEVROLET Coro.n ..................................................................... $1195 Paul

TWO BCDrOOM home, lull out '57 FORD 1 ton LW.'. ... ..............................................................$ 750 I
bue 111 90 wteklr. Ml CheiUlu'

MRS. RAYMOND BROWN Road MU 801'" '5' FORD F-600 2 ton, V,. Root ..*. ................................................$ 995

Rt. 2, Box 129 PRIZE'WEST T.N.. kodrooma hoipllal CB BlilplM carport realtor porchu '52 FORD '.7 LW.I. Runs jo.d, OSLO rivgh .................................... $ 180 I: Naylor

== ELECTRIC PERCOLATORPlant ....11I01. M2-67JO I

Florida iS"ivna .....\. T. bId00 .

199. Rent or eel!. '''-3113. GAS
CLEAN TWO bedroom dupletcleiite.
I.... elwo to ...... UlDieeelrl 1047 1. MAIM ST.aimd .
Inwlro M* Pelmeiui.HEirt 56 WHITE WC-J2 .....S 480

JzqAaftLI iloJ14L ro.botn Front. ..II.and... bout four ponk nomiind '51 FORD F-ISO ...?............................................................................ .$2195 I Now C.Ci',,. PIP 511 05150t 14541

Permanent. tenaata profarrodMIWOO '57 CMC Moel.1 l "550" .........................................................................$ 750 t Op.. Esonlngs Tilt
I 7j 9P.M.

3 Bedroom Florida room '56 CMC Distil l .,....?.......,......_...._............................................-...... .$ 195
CB. near Seantown, 181.00

FROM Bedroom CB on 1 acre. 54 MACK Dlml ......?........................................................................ .$2250 I

North of town $75.00 '60 MACK H-67, ctmplitoly" rteonditlonid inglnt, iliipir ..... ... ..$7500 ...

3 Bedroom. 2 bath near I M...... U... Cor
.......- ..."...,
Crystal Lake, S1UOO PI.n,

FORD 'Co. Inc. 2 Bedroom Florida room .

LAKELAND separate near Southwest dining room schools. } TRUCK TOWN I ,

and Southgate, $9900 j 'fiiJ .

125 Lake Mirror Dr. Phone MU 2-1102

Realtor 1430 W. eVUmerial! IM. Phone MU 2159 ......
1527_ E. Memorial I

684107 any time -- .'III
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REAL ESTATE I 1* REAL ESTATE ,1 148 Waterfront Property 153.A Juourbpas. Property 15) "NOVIII For Sole- 153-Horses- for-Solo

PENDARVIS 146 Fermi, Crovei, Rancher.I 146 Fermi, Grovel RoncheiACMM .' 'ACltIPl caD A It ,.able..,... mends mum room mu>xoOMi. ur _i H dlt..k.>.;.... lot 1003 Three BTADNTON bedroom Avwnue. two writ bntS.
03050. 3 bedroom norrl built In ran, aid
rlva ACRB Plant car Ian J& JOO from,... MHlihwoy bowl. 17150 CUll or t.r... HOME AND 2 ACRES$ Donned oxireble lard I Rod MrMMa bagel Cu laM i oven monde central room air and. heat Owa-
homo> urnutud More In .. JaG W war kulberr/ Mlt lone tote from ton.. Itv off on i mr.4011 or after ID*.. N1-4 M or iraonlerrod MU J.IMI_.__
C..h ..I..... Clark Realty. atW. Inc 11500 with I2IBO down week .... Croon A -rmwheeHideawar
ttI.1I to oualllled buyer Col .....un'Hlllinbo'h.m. I .lla. Norm w wen Seven room concrete blue: THRU BEDROOM two Ml THREE. BEDROOM ranch home.
Oral, leltle' AucIIOIICN 301 vvoode and ..'" homo with three bedroom, bathe family room eeparateittlltr on M 73. uraylltw. MlohlianOnr .
wlUi ihower, wall to>wall.arpetlni 2 bedroom cotun OB Crawford
Bole Bur Retltr Phone > wen
JOO T Ltkelront and hilt baths, and convenient lo all take. Kalkaiki Mlcblaah.l '
one one '
HttchinohaLaet '
I or Likelind on
CHEVROLETLAKELAND ._ Mil trade 553.5004; Bar
-- -- rhoole and Hue line Perfect cap.dllloo Will or
Huh with load
let for .ale! at tUOO beautiful kitchen
20 YEAR TERMS boat to Kle Bee 'It ITO 34034JNDHI low
HIGHLANDS and drr on 10 by '
I ... R C LeliI of cabinets breakfast ba HOSPITAL. three bedroom
to Aoroe. 31 ..... In IT rr. old.we. elm 01 MUml see CONBTROCTION Troll NEAR .
e. 10 arras In 3 rr old L Gardner t L Enke or Out and built-in range and oven. ttanal la doelin faaturlu eoparate Florida room Low, down payment .
If full kearlni imialed 1177: ,W MMHorn.
aero Mt at Oloki Realty 1011 But dlnlni room. paneled fan Phone 013
n. Oft Nrob roadd bbrdrrlnnon orate wmlPMitt Completr with' trove irrKellon ctrewklni Ne.home .. Ham at Pbooo MO I..ISJBOAUTIPUL Socrum Loop Road JustNorth 'II' mom with fireplace. double RlitM RealUr
I b,00Uhet 0,011 Lo" of Tom Costlne Rd. door entry foyer double ..r... Oil
IM4 crop eetlmtte 12 ooo LAKKPKOHT: In Au .,fwoTEDROOM Ci 2340
cork dove
MOM MM. Price 1300000.'bumdale' lei ft on Leke Ariana Briar Brae Lakeland moat do pot dmr0 ..11 courie Mtae
'at. down out Jim ...... with Throe bedroom Iraolo odd..... BOB Olsen. build 12 RanchVllleio
200 10 acre crow. 1'3 Duncan 1 (10 fl daep ... offer Owner Kowin
MaMA Hodleu irapefrult I/3'1 T It Tucker Jr. Keillor *M. hem. taraieapirtount and 2I 1 ACRE LOT M34923if LitA, Rochoeler Mew
Valencia Orion on paved rood ,7173 .'0" boat h..... Oteal thll property AIR CONDITIONED and belled York 14634ON .
Price 13.000 wr ..... lor 'JO.000. termi BoeR three bedroom. Florida room Shady Lana' take
: C Ule. R L. Gardner or I L 200x200 on Tom Costine nome OouUnlde Call IIP 2-1470 LOVELY: bedroom,
CLEAN CARS IN STOCK 30 a... ...... 10 acriw lull bear 147 Income Property Enke ., Dick Realty, 1011 (oet Road Just East of Socrum THREE BEDROOM frame Mine. CI Olbeon two custom ball home built al 3 kitchen
Mel Phon. UU e 1133
IU 10 ecru 4 yean old Lakue live of lind 113.000 caihPhone ecreened potto,
erree dUhweeher
... OB paved road. Prlo TRRRII IBDROOII item", thro, APPROXIMATPLY 0 .enLob. Loop Only $2,000, with good MO I31NTHRHC with lartie 111.BOO. toe down.
2 car
000000. ear curia. 1Vlmmmi' Pont. Lon. 430 f1. LakefrontOrautlfd North on PB. ono
FROM $99 to $4995 plun 1700 a month Inoom' ..., tan bdro.m h.m. 7 terms. BEDROOM CB. Ilko ..w.1,no cloelni beyond coeU Carpenter Homo.MU .
10 a.rO .11 wan, Irrl..dr. property end owner it 1403 Tto- coltaiee" Income. Shown bv avolntment .. .rnor lot oil beet oondltioniiwPHA mile
',. Whl. with bloom :It% .l..wood MO I HIP only. Contact II C widow IOIDI garth ell- 00975CEAItTIFUL
Cash. Setae.. arran.od DKLVXi BOOTHOIOi dnplearwo Late, R. L. Gardner o, C L.: HOME AND1 1 ACRE 131M5 : ItSW block homo In
bedroom. ..k 11_.. Lon anN Really,. 1011 I and. DOWN 886 Monthly, Two 1 Kathlnea area With one aero or
"WE HAVE A CAR FOR YOU"C Phone MU 2.625] rooms. err conditioned. Priced tor Ii Phono MU 6.IH3. With swimming pool. Three Bedroom, CB, carport Cnritolarra 'ill ac.... Three. lane bedroom built,
homo or Inveeunent. prom. No Hilpltp. owntr, CeO.I'I'B802. throo bithi Florida. room
.. oloilnl roil. MU 2-0334 bedrooms one tile bath plus/ .63.l1al. In venltr droawri desk and
150 MiicollanoouiHOMK .
... doublo
'- J. C. LAY china cabinet Flrepltco
\ TWO DUPLIXBO Hour e>emrnul two half baths and tin extra nY OWNER new the carport .nd 2UM4 workihopOwner .
: Realtor kllchrni turnllhed Air shower. Beautiful kitchen CB home. Carport bodroem'l MU 1..2n
; Every of conditioned. HdlUnl returnInvntmiint .0 I off CombM Rood on II.
\J one 308 South Kentucky Ave. Phone ttl-Ottl with range oven, matching .3SO down MU I IM4 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _
i. ,' DUPLEX: FDRNISHID Cloee I. TNCtT Woo or WEB8TTR I. refrigerator and garbage CLEVELAND HEIGHTS. Urn '..0'
.: tr these line A Iteel. ot t7 oOO. LotHf. Rreltor 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS (JOO DOW isponal. Three Inch well bedroom boon. Lot lo'ilai' Cuilorn 11
,.* 10 A. M.lure ntot, e I.cludln. 710 North Mlielohueetle, MU I- ro FHA QUAUKIID BUYKRB built Srooter. Conelructlonand .
Valencia erop. 41.100.. tea U4"DUPLIX. MEL RUDY. REALTOR 1517 I a and 30 assorted fruit and location Uio boil Would
I h d..n.U DELOXI I. raft nlanahborhood ULUORIAb. M410T ANYTIME nut trees. Will trade for confider second nortiaio for
... roulir M outlined bupir HI
sis .11
64 priced herdwod floor
A protluclnt house are... I bedroom .: air conditioned, elentrlo blot home In Southeast Lakeland 301* Woodland Hill.HREE .
1I.II'.nl .r
I rlotet epic. ranm and 0-1132. two Belt. CRhem.
"Id...... olcellent .duo I., 01.01' BEDROOM
1 rifrlterttori. double carport down MO MUM call
to sell- 'JO..OO. tood Urmi tern. comblnrd. Wool .....ethln. after i 3JO IJJO p.m. USED TRUCKS
w nice. Uil 1 le It Owner ..l.11101. ISO Real Estate Exchange
: .
40 A 0n
Produclne O1. erore George Stewart MU 20.432Don AROAINI BKAimnn. modern
190000. 21" down POUR UNITS .III.000. ...rnli.nlmoney boon. three bedroom m battno AND
IALI 011 1,500 ranch I' a
61 PLYMOUTH F e r maker Near new WirdH lot. convenient torn.Soh. << "
y.COUpe4 .0 A. 0,.... hrorr producer. Irrleattoo. Pub/e'000400500. Call MU bedroom.,.. lUlu" born. .on 111a. Sutton MU 26582A. corner near Crj.ul Lakt 42 loo M CMtvajOltT./.. nIb .nacho...1_ Mn.eeku. 10A .
Central heatlnt and alt
radio heater Full power, radio .191.000. 204 don 31314RniDRNTIAL rub for ogultp/ Drive b. 1B16irhinio Md.A ,throan
speed, conditioning Deep rock well Avenue Call o..or.1 ..t. ..._
healer and automat. : INCOME proper eor'Nt'
120 A. Produrint O.n. Ir'ore. ike view For Lakeland reildeaItl Malcolm ThomaiEDUCED bur HOM
it for etle or will letee to re 001.1&86.
eommercltl bull.e..l. ,
5/00.000. tot d..n. property or
ic Iran i m I lion. .POnlbl. p. ". owner 83.laoaHAVI HI 000 prlco tuner Wrlliwner II000 movlni Call.forl. INTIKNATIONAL.,..... Clean A.I V*.."d"len"
Sharp. 130 A. Produrton Orange trove. SEVERAL very tood nol Rt .. Boa .... Tevaree. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA .. Will incrlflco two bed]I .... Ono owner 0706
$2195 I'\. dean. dentil I Income propertied for i Florida room houM perfect oondltlonIdfal CAM DO Orovo Tr...........
k 63 CHEVROLET Impala elo Owner til'HIM SIGHT IIN1T' apartment houxfor 1".11." Cleveland belihueetlon rewnwa n,01ittnn $401

4.00,1 Hardtop likinew. JOHN 1. SRENNANREALTOR land or ...",n... Oood ,.,.. 300 S Florida Ave. .April lit. Por Owner 113000 an. .If 2496E3T told. br NOW
U.n. Seed Income Phone MU "
a-oota MU 6 2193 LOCATION In Lakeland
Save $475 Off List : '61 FORD Falrlano 2, Two bedroom mawnrp Florida There
CALL 686-4103 FOR SALE room hardwood thorn. fonred
Door. Air condition. back yard. fruit tram. aoutluldo. ... Cub Cad.tLoan
RESIDENCE AND OR TRADE 153 Noutei For Solo, see It, love It. bur It Heal email Internal and Oerelen IreolerMany .
id. Two to chooto dorm rsrmrnt. rtfA IID.noodC.II 1 NP and I. HP. Call
It F' MAKE MORE 10\1\ Acre*-3 Bedroom CB IIU 3.44al. MU .-4l&r lot a ..-..
a from. TRAILER SPACE One bath Built-in electric kltcha BOUTHBIDE NEW Trill your ron luLl or rent Lane house.r.eelleul ..........
i' '" '62 FORD Fatrlano 500 : Barn Two deep welle. Panne.Pond. equity Three Dodrooma that condition, Bin I.r.af.nred
add Classified ads to will take twin bodi wnkini 415.here .ro
y t "6 Stick ihopplnt and .,....n.." r.d, huh fround Md14 -
d as z aa ; cylinder". your sales staff Dial MU Pretty lot lloiUS. pond ilrretdio PHONE MU 6.7752 Khool acroee ."..1 from Bouth.weet .. fo choose fromQUILIIAN
+ i : I*f shift, radio and heat 61151 for an ad-writer of Likelend Duplel 6'x3t,. Junior Rlih Weit Wlndiortreet HREE BEDROOM h..... ctntreleallnc
t Iwo 1 bedroom unlu at ratlin, off Oouth Lincoln' Avoiue and air eondltlonlni on
TRADE ICQUITY In thro bod.
or. today. j bedroom ..U... and lene'room CI homo for hello. I"U" Open Oundoy afterneea al- no .... of land on New Dade INTERNATIONALTRUCK
,elm reudenoe. 42 ear. A M. en by inpolntmoat PHono en.- Bold br owner or
62 CHEVROLET telAirV MU I 4001 alter I Cry Hiihwar
LA.I''ID Q"II'LA" .. p.m. = /
the property le a nice lOr. IO, eat 3361. ... TOW' own broker Phone MV t TRACTOR .
., Automatic bulldlni. and epaco for riller
... 0-131. .
152 Root Estate Wonted KENT-BALE Near .II. Two
transmission, radio. For Your Now or Used Uili You can property move. then your net trailer better.n' ....roo.... eleepln. ..,eh. Cottete NEW HOUSE at lit Hull street 2115 Do. City Hw.
In rear en 1 34 between e-7 pm two tile batha ,,... MU ITirarmerlv
InvoiUnef Throw bedroomi -
thin ISO on '0.'
61 ilia I OFT roeultel Need ItalIans
heater. 3 to choose CARS .Lot III ihow roil UlU EL-11S. nor ealo renule. Mel Rudy. Real. FORECLOSED REPO88 E B I ITJ Call Walker MO 3.1423. ..........O.laerU

.l from. ,to,. 1537 but Memorial 6M4107LIST niritln' In mono Ltkfltnd areiiUel _tL III'IIDDIIII'LA_ !.__ ,
) Rudy Rullor 1537 C. Moaiorltl .

WITH US"If on. furnlihed both under 1000.
1, ditioned. celltnt terme. Call talk. Clark
'61 CHEVROLET Wagons. Auoclateilfred Bhortr taat BELL It. BURN Rptlty, M.4031HHEB I ICOMPLK'IU.Y
Webbft IT DOWN" H L. (BhoryPalm.. AND altrnrtlrlrturnlehnd 4
2-Door. One owner. Choice of automatic -wllh- Jim Pollard Jr. er Realtor LMLA 304 0 Ten .ott.... Hoad tonor. ]
transmissions Bob Wllllemi ....ee Av.nue Phono MU 1-1113 ... bus. .hurrh Onlp IJ 600
or ESTON WILLIS lAuburndile WO T-48IO IHIII to B T.... A... Parklnatl Clark 1It.1I 1.0-4031.

stick, 6 cylinder or AUTO SALES I O. riovd Zlmmermenn Jr : BEDROOM two bathe., OPENTILL
117 0. Florida Avo. MU 4-313J CI eonntrucuon. Cork floori ens.lost .
$ V 8. Three to choose. 1101 I. Mom 51. Branch, Of tic. BOLD I lo It acree picture land, heat, and air conditional,
895CHEVROLET from. Horn. 68J.I 007Otfict 1131 B. Oleander MO I-Oil] lot h.'.... pear, BurU Broker. lunl.h.d. Near Shopping r.1.ra .-
.81.33Ia. church and wtioolt. cityIlltlei
'rl '61 THUNDERBIRD. Full 616-1694 CLASSIFIED and flro prouctlon Jail f'
nut of city By appointment
onMO -
air condi Cell Leonard Rabin Real .
power ,
Ir t-1390 Thle dome was In
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I :. r OWNER one acre three bed i P.M.
finish. 8
room CB full tile bath. ,eronrt.utility /1
t '63 MONIA Spyder Con room Sll.000, 1390 down!
1964 set-sal? elior 1 v m.GAVE
vertible. Four In the .&00. Three bedroom CRhow.

floor. YOUll .. Ilko new oloctrlo
I n..r city Phone MU 9
; :. '62 FORD Galailt 500"
I 4.Door Hordto,. Full VOLKSWAGENDEMONSTRATOR IJ.OOO equity for "100. kltoll.n'l
I y r or. Three bedroome. two
t +; power automatic dlnlnl room Florida .

transmission radio AGREE[[ oore, double carport.. 4 Dear 1 Horelro. .
rend Avenue. .H3 1654 I '61 rONTIAC "laimovlll.

and heater. DUB TO will eelltlireo .. ond.t.onnt! V/95
bedroom. ;::: bath, excellent I .h.hli:
X59 63 CHEVROLET Impala ... awntr e.W
condition CB homo la .1
Super Sport Conver land H lie for ...rlll... Call' 'tl PONTIAC Ca .lr.! 'Safari" f ,.... 'W.,... t-t.I1

tible. Full power, air SALE that the Ledger Want Adi MU .311.HOMl. w..Mlde boauUIuI i iCI Loaded with air toadirionlni, $V.5 9 5

low .wilaago
conditioned. one ow
Factory SUNROOF SEDANS LIB 50e.l..a Pnred ro.d. 03011se
'' wW ,ell your unwed ,ut Lok.land. AUbur.dal" '61 PONTIAC "Star Chal"! 4 Door S.-.". "L..II.II"'
warranty !
Wo 7.3613.
STATION WAGONS with i air tenditioeiei. $2395.fit
FOR CALl be ewnr and build. .
Station SEVERAL LEFT OVER Deluxe Station household I t e m o fait .r, brand maw. hear aouthnat.In .1 Real kits -
Wagons CI..I.nd H.I...... besotlottreed. STUDIIAKW "Le,"" I Door Sodan A root
Oak floors air .dllI.n.d"
V-8 transmission. Check homo now' soiled "",. Two tree bodr.olll..1 economy runnor $695Srandore
automatic your
DEMOS BELAIRS AND 1.'ld. roam. bath and ... A ) rronimniia* . .
IMPALAS I ROSS LAKELAND( I horn. for someone who waSts Oh.b..t
then call MU M1M to ohd priced below ,:i 51 CHEVY 4 Door Sedan' .die. h :',, $795
T.rm. with DO eloalan rYp ImdaM4 ; .
$795 MOTORS INC. 00 III 1[...".._. a. L. automatic eaii(. A sharp
iV'A Wood.r" otter 0 h.ntl
id. OLDS Holiday $495
place a buyer-getting 56
2.131. ,
cylinder. Stick shift. 1 A.Deer'Je' .
1500 W. Memorial Blvd. \YJI 1/500515. THRBI .ttr..",, CDhorn.
New Tog. 62 CHEVROLET Impala i
MU S-1151. .. Carporl. UIIIIII. 000nowindows. "SIO, 'n Anytime"
Convertible. Full .uruurt.e 682.51(3 ....0.". tosuloted ale ann.borhood .
..... ....... I no ells Bonn. ao .I Jy.' Dawn the Road A Piece At
Inn cont. Term., Thrn .b.droomn
power. STREET
I lots Woodland Drl", lot 11' I 1318 EAST MAIN
k t'Cr x i z '56 CHEVROLET 4 Door. I ".. ".. ':., '- ': 180' I.r.. shadn tray ".,&0 ,_ YOU'LL UNOKerley's -

1 V.8 automatic trans- -- -- -- -- tLA"I'IID DISPLAY worth
r :. Ott rId; ;:::; end too E:i
H S mission. rooms h. 07.600. Little Red Barn
a ---I'Ion. aero.. ate dlaeu0t 10' .uh
'59 PONTIAC Catalina 1, or 005111. Pt1Ona .....r'
HilGH ,010.37Ja.CLAtauriio. I -1 a

i ; S ,SS. Door Hardtop.transmis automatic YOUR TRADING I I DISPLAY

lion radio heater .


tibl. Full power, automatic SHOOTINGHIEltCVllYAIAN


CHEVROLETConvertible lion, radio hooter.

.5 New car trade.in.
5 '58 LINCOLN. Luxury car 1961 Dodge Polara 4 Door Sedan. Call MV 3-45)1 For

I Torque-flight, power steering, power
and like new. HAS THE brakes, radio and heater, air condition. Tour fevorife Salnma/

L Block beauty, V-8, stick 62 PONTIAC Bonneville. THE YEARS ing. t
Full power and airs 64 COMET I R. C. Wheeler
transmission. conditioned. HOTTEST CAR 1959 Ford V.$ Ranch Wagon. Auto. Cloiro i CHrietenioA b

'62 MONZAS. Choice of tram, power steering hooter. Rod Powell r

t". $1 0 95 automatic transmls 1959 Oldsmobile 98 4 Door Hardtop. w.,.. Parker .

lion or 3 speed. Loaded. Air conditioning

Three to choose

,x from.
'S .5. r 63 OLDSMOBILE F.85. 64 COMETFOR i
et Automatic transmisasion .:i

power steering "
brakes. I J

Stick shift I
automatic trans. A LOT LESS THAN .

/ 3 to chooio t

+ .from..TRANSPORTATION. 1889.00 ::r \ ,... I. ".,". .1.1I

UNDER $500 T

!E. Door. 6 cylinder a DELIVERED IN LAKELAND

stick shift. 3




'60 TANUS (G.rtnon

BwMBwSMBanB Ford). Only $2379r: Mile i

timwu.tr '63 TEMPEST 4 cylinder I

Wagon. Equipped with torque flight transmission, push button

\. '59 FORD Country SquIre. drive, transistor radio big fresh air heater and d"rclster."BUNKER" .

Real sharp. tlrsr

57 DODGE Wagon. Full


'63V FALCON Sprint, INC. ;

V.8, outomotic trans HILL, !

mission. JENI


To Pay// 941 E. Main Lakeland, Fla. Ph. 682-6151 ,

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152 H y.H Far Sa.e 153 muses F. 5.1.
Diiro -. MU tUnIgh.)1.VN ...
tot IMS Tart :MM I I. KnowNewcomers
1T-wwsi -CIa hois withlorHeld '131 'III.INCIA Pr.AOIt-4 111)0ROO learn .. tan ha. <04 0i.sd5DOilobLoul ON BERKLEY OPEN HOUSE

.uo. .Wtwmfn. pQ.Lsu M-I SAYMI. 'l50&1 i BdM m. OB Hw. a aedrooavi, au batbi beautl ,
HI". AlII) ....T. c = CHOICE 14X24 Utrlat ..... Ian Plor-ttl* OLNIT ROAD Modemanaaanrr .. ,and Mciow Lrlai usa. Plu 2-6
ANt) hodragm, Hi batlu
KM eIIIIoINo ,11.000 Ida Roan BMdnu btdrooth 1 room, rBiOJlr-elN aKloaMTMioeewal I
hoBM (or SIS.900. Thre* boreomi. ... MDOOBD TO 11 .".00. BOW orel.a.d th .... PLUs boulls earpwt Teial BTIM Sets 613 LakehurstFVclirlin bnu. wall..blwatt earn '
twe bat*. Florida row. to... ef to. 060.11. dndse a tale..I..--wtJD II.a'51"., -room vaulal dlalueaeBBa =Ito wIth =' 5.50, '5'- rr=, 053,0-S adsIloed, 't: macloss.oVa, In*. IB ...1 omdltlBB UuUe soS. Deluxe home In excellent

= .:.L'Ita.-c..r::'sbr"= I Ill SAoAMQas-rop LDOATIOIJAr (0.5.4 lesslos. M..obn.oIl.' 0,-El:. a be** a oorSo. ......rosS... Call II 5.5 HiIrrlrINup 160-100. boo thu anal KO-1U1. us o,rt ia), to will Ukelaadt winS to Then oe* thuohamktt ID' But UMW*o.r.; = suds"CoM area. See 2822 Newport,. I

heat Dowa panuM 54Q9 =1 ::r.d= ::' :: : 5504005 U..4.t., ness"*ressiosrame 0411 50*, Saebef .1014 I BOOM totaled Slut orriui. MU a-GUt. i* ee tL100 ... South of Easton Drive between
monthlir permeate not. ,=. 1135 5560500115? Os. IS 060 found Idol corner tram the wtMB Nevada and New I
John Arthur War MO 1454i.au "',too.OO. 1'1001111.' uespstlbllltp ud lutiD' > aehar. and ....... UnBt .11.100.YOU bust l000IIOaa Ia Lak.tsnd. ThIs Cllnlo, I Bloe bedroom wilt >1
I OSlllB). MIBB ahao tooth born. for 5 I ttrTM Jersey Roads.
BY oMnOat. two = t stOl 50A&7wsa.ss a ow- Now we may offer: laws. ana akrtkMif. Mr ......... =:... Bow hu = a room MhBNtlni Verr hr.Ih.'I bam* klt lian. NEED MORE
bath Irrtae russ. .r.. : ROOM lit VIII\V OP LAD'HtlIITIIRBIlAU'rIPUL ...... ataras, sod .mu UM. MtI.I .11 ....... Drln Is asr 3 ""idt..ss. 31o bulbs.bo.OIIdW 1.&.... Hoflda ZOOS acreeitb I
Cloths room kitchen. bulltiton IIBTI'tMO Owner sand and son EUkoallMt 006050 Mi. lINsb41br 55 OSlo 14'M' Florida roam rear. and 0 000, KIM poroton ? MEL RUDY
aealed heat. cedar lined IN CBNTER O' 01' LOT. ONLY Stately 2-Story teems. 1101ao \". 3 Bedroom I bub hM*. Oaraeted sag esOpa Moo kUohon wTtb pew Uie front b... li awaraM ROOM '
rloaeu double carport. lot .a' t11,000.oo ROolO1I. I both. room Formal 01.15. tr of eablneti dlabwaaher. wathor (.rat*. and a Mural. aUlHiMM W* .ban* levity 4 bedroom. a REALTOR
I 238 '> block from Lake Oleon. .. Brick home with all of the U rDUBhlr Oanlea 8t t bedroom. Room Onnbwd btrBnu Suite and drier Ate. looSe .break. with ooBorMo floor. Ibi bath ban .> corner lot i a.. 1527 E Memorial
San Lake Braaaa Aranu. VALBNCIA V1BT WCIfWO traditional features that< betas room, kitohaa and lIsts' equipped kllohen, I ear ....... laid room adtaotni M ktUhw> ...... bee wood fowl tOIlS (.... nuUuU Th* lane raogu to I'
eta-Mil. BEDROOM BOMB WITH would be eitrevasaat ta raoroilaoe area | tile bathe, kaaulUul aallaora .. .D.ed ........... 5215 PIn_. with Scott birnwne. All at tlbedroomt a wemtarful epaoo boaMr. tlto I iludln 'Mnurat* dlnlni room 666-4107 any time
FOB lALt to 001...... Htih ... :.51035 FLOIUgA ROOM ON but oami aa B eoewfreixrau. Ooar lma, .ewlmmln ..u.blo II' IPDilSbOOssL SN010. ban lam elotati. : VatS. tftod etaru slows hew dID and Ka. room are bertilor .
LARDS 113 Ujf hAMS TOWS IB this older b.mLfu- pool Bice lam, ahade and aiOrSOe built-in eteruo meLons KMliould roof. ttiermoelat beat M Uie PI. ,
Aid ( bedJ'eosbobS lorIs tmil Hardwoinoon
11.000 Iva :
lot. TWUS. ONLY IHODOOO., B, Ire entrant. ball with oIoo.mt.tIrWI21 barr Laria lot nszies-), MeKbool .. till houe roam. PLUS eomuliAe furaltureiBd
"" Vtill wWw .
m Baths OB two lots and Slows al elccet pv.
170HI. fireplaoas In bath Morel. atorea oIly par. 716 WILSON AVENUE
II w will be lad u stow Muipwant buludlny rtMinuUlBt
Florida .1 Cull o roamt. uo IMHM, SoSoc.
will roam sod ... .
Forma luau room and Uio rltfr Mia line and "" Mloe reauoad LIKE and drape yard tooliUUkea .
tarn woes, $B 00,. itS WiHi ) BOCKINOHAM FAfT.HO, if paaeled deal modem fcUCBelooBBoBiod te CEUk ...._ ftO-lQ con. Ko-uao. I ,.... and all ran will detain o* CL-1091. spit ".... nobel S coils.. 3bodrsoio
Street a>'H5HlCt rots DOLl OBURaB.-fuutiOMO WIth the lane dnuBi A pink confection U4T *HBAnnu ." ..... for omfortal living. Than ScIons bom. Lare. u..
DU1I 1a aM ... sod 251.... to.bedreos .. -PLOIUOA *abMRamaCMWT room fcr a butler. plush 4 bedrooms OW a. New York Are.MB ".. *. 3 Bedroomt.. KIWi aleo I TV ......., a tprlnkleriretMB ins 100m-oes.tits 410bps room-..
houts. sszws 004 frul$. Itekl. HOMEtvainnoa I* loIns, lull ..-......, a bednona llrlrit raom. equipped with Oopperwwd ..1110- H. STOCKARD i In the yard. annotate CHESTER McDONALD modern ....trl. kitchen-i ieloune lath
NIT 3.1I1S. is-o... with plarnomi ...wll b.." Or I.... hItches. rod dJaUK area. in eton counter ton nagsstldth. dcl.. ad aldewalke. The Son .. ( poreh-oak tloore -
I 1174-1 Hen, Florida roam lam _... doon t* FlorMn Booboauuful xil, 3 door. isle. The boss RoJIopt.. LuLL central h atln* air aonditlan
TWO bedroom OB Toted CALL IR.&CZIOLTRUY81111E I room DI.. lot (60X135). Bur draperlea. Shown b> aMinUueBt. .. REALTOR sod yard are Ui _..rflll ton Ate.... JlIII' 004170 Home furniture Inoludlnr .....
eiinlnt ...m.... ".''HI. 4S'Very ....... line M door Hear ......... erhoo RN.7Ia. ill MO. AtaocUt I Uon. And I..' think All lola 4t refrlierauir I14AOOM Oaodwrmi
meoneble Mullr. sided I Tailored for Two "i. uSer... "*. "*.oe4I7HOMI to for salt ....... run. but torminliht arrantedT .
tad Webber William
TermiHM-Me be arranied We will ap-
MU a- 017orrN I KeUovlouilr ooBitruotod coBtcm.Mrarr IT Auburndal. wo 7-4660 DI.te tour sail I* aw BO- \ nil ...1 tf mental L.... L BRYANT
TODAY I .m.III.. 31Hmdonoa .' [ home with HoUwteworlliruw 117 VletabulB tBUBaeulauI Jim Pollard JrO audit at tour eoaraBlonoo. Toosill lUG Ooodreir. Three bedroom. .
circle West. Out of 33-11. llYlni room toalralr .- > bedroome. UVIBI. room, kiiotaaud iae .....11I101. Nuie Ililni room Fiord UnuuarmaBB ,It i bo flad that roe e adi 55.. two bathe two ear ,......"'-. Prli 05. 'rok"
C town owner IBM MU south to loeatod partr room I.... eatloias d ntiw sow lar.. baui ali Jlnlnt room. Florida roomMdroomi a 11 B. Florida A>i., anj 1-313 short Thle fc 10025140uctUSIVa Vl16.! : Bur bran, O1BN: DA 10114 ".. .... MV .
bent offer' Lovely three. bM. patio matter bedroom and xiBiUtloaad. nirla-erator and alee- I bathe PINOBR TIP Branch OtfloeUl -
room BiaeonrBbom.. FroermorUM REALTOR LuLl both sueet bedroom and bath iris HOT*. g...... workaboiiarem ... XfflTHOfc KITCHEN Includl a Oleandar-MV ,.oURI ROY THOMPSON
Jai a PLORTDA AVIPHONB Double varaaa. auelleBt. itoraieireae room and utllltr room wad., tt doter. wall rofrlveror .- IIY
Com.* SB MO lodar parable and maoiler inonu. MO v-JUJ built work aho.. tvenrBiprafemeat ati.. keauiuuilr I............ loladersrouiid plua children iwlmmlnMoL ftoallar181J HOMES BY
for minimum BIBIBBBd aiirlnlUar .._. Ut HUJ4'. Mar we ohoJUKMit .. ooodrearPh
2.S'I67.. B.. Plait P. Strickland CIl,. florid Phot. 1<0010" meiimum ......... Mar dmrok. aduwle, elone. bliie ... roes : Frlood 11'.100. REAL ESTATE DICK BARNES Bi3.4J.1J-= M]:3811.|......._ FHA MANAGER
2,101." ...1.'IH. and Lake Morons. A lies
Bin BKAOTIFUL Bun Acree. Twthrew .. nlnulw ..... h> down lows. Blolomood W $4155Ivosinsa 5.otta mi 1.5053 '
*r lour btdnon bomevillebl. .. WISHINGFOR ...... under .8800 00. lueUeexmi cau Koos BARGAINS alii 5. .Fia. 555-1103 $100 DOWN!
.. Terrano floora, buttS You won't outgrow .. available noioso.lOta W 14730 I ARE YOU
in ....... swnlnswindow... Frturtint .. II) now low Is low For 1110.
at 06.320. IIT U punt Thle tmpraul but eompaot T W. IU at BeamUul ...o have a a room and bath Kane choice boss IB all loea.lone .
LooMttl t miiM rued of Lakelaaon A BOAT? roam horn Couple and lamla 1 Bedroome. lIving room cHaloi BEERMAN REALTY traua wbeetoe ehlnilo home with CLOSE IN DUPLEX DRIVING AROUND? Caupletelr redm >tMIHOBlhlr
Old Winter Pores KOMI Per .. hv* boon hanpr her WIll room. kiKbe.. .....Id. roomT Iii tarail at loaa Htviue His atoverafrlierator Nloo aoraer lot wild cement blook paimenu u low .. Ml
further "'.r..U... tall >?,, Ui* lormalltf at the U'UK Bin baUu kreeaewar. double eanw. 11I21 South Florid* Arenut automaUa ..... d...... MB room and Saul I ID 0105 bf our olllc ar M:L
Mardll CT 4-1211 or Pea Win- Wen wishing trout make hailS room and th. aaeual buramur .0I ,isesoos. 3 .... lee 'D seea.r 10510.. ...... Omits... Jllab 10"a.la. VIle wit sod U,... ..-. and Then drive by these homes.
tor. CT 9-14J1PABJC. Qaififled ads room t vpetalr ba 1100'171'). ootootr and blots. $ .. B1137t.II hail In oUler Drive br ill 1 So rVe think you may like to T. R. TUCKER, Jr.
It io-tmt
roume Ito battu Perlecllr b atful "'oUr Ioacloc.""". Slsor dumb..bo.ol cnartoe atreet and call for aiwolntmtnl
I\&WLI Two oedroam CII ........ orbs Price call: one of these YOU!
_.. ten. lawn and Th Moru. and bum Un ) radueUon on 701 Korth V> lee KKII41 REALTOR
S3M moat will. Turn to "Bouta toe
10' had sot BL-Ml-l. Priced tar kelov Uio 5.10.4. Now York Atenue. rbte elow In
at a are oomlunenl. home After have
5151. Cooetructum Compm. I" Ton must hurry lor this OPEN HOUSE corner, lUiUI' vlth 14 _.. LAKE HUNTER you seen 11. M. Mail A... Ukelud.
_I"'. _" 'HI. Sale" In todar'f CUni- ....... tu*. ..- ... 1 bails apaeloui Inoom. fraw. he outside give us S cat. MO .- tll
TAG BEDROOM fVaaie bouitftoel Dignified home has been nduoed uador I SECTION PHI Are Property Non...,
buriaia lor until equitAuuma fled aoction to find just II. L. (Shorty) Palmer WINSTON HEIGHTS 110.000 with stow 5050.014100. WO Marjori itreat, *OB>OB|.., we will gladly show you the VA Are Properly Manager
.. maintain niide Make offer. "WlX3NT
all Bwrujafi lit a.ah the An older perfectly t* CenUei Avenue ohoal I. an
.... 4003001.CIIARMINIS rIght ODe.HERE'S end dellihUullr moderaiaed Iwnuwithin Sositos LMLA (J) Our bit bar In th* IXiUe. ira cameBt block .=
..,. Central. Slid 5. lnuooaes room SELL WE]
uw tl lak lend B09 Wool 1'sol
Well laBdeoaned lot with bM
sMALL b.m.. musbe I.. T. MonsoijSatainsan ---ri: .D. Vat LAKE DEESON
.... to soperototo. totsuolt. I iF boated and atr-coBdlUoaed TODAYlome t room and card fenced Llvlnt room oarpeled ... HELP YOU BUY.
mature and colorful landceapiiM Iran bunitlow I* altutud u bUM well UieulaM. wit WATERFRONDSosotiful *

1..1UnI.IIxt.,.... Full boss ull>crMM bull" lOlored JKirOContact ... A BREAK I and bedrooms that Baceeeanr npeialre with_n.Wn bath ...Pb.. Fb MU MV>> WI"IJT31Next 5 alsO larw him owner Purnuhlnie lot with Induoeano ion.We window air conditioner Im&ll 710 lull Si 5 b.drsone CII. 1111.ItS. .
Iowa payment will lot roll 550,5to 04360.
ewn.r&QUITY"'WI.IACIUPlCl .or'3IIOThr. riIIb'bedroom niertalBlnt with I\II ....._... AU Includnc thi. ( is .. ....... A... Pb. tot from SU500 to, unfurnlibed. air ooiditionar MM-101. *TV. teell WMI14. 11110 Wail 51. .rr. VI II Wi, ornoumat.lp ranch CIstern 1400 llile built.... It.hone brick of. and0.500r0 .liv.too ...

.. bs.ltoOso hems Os Oloollu 3 Bedroom. C* botna a til. large formal dlnlni rosa $14,000. Monthly paymen LAKE GIBSON IIoO-I00J. 10155 The blldren will bob
121. steamer Klaepcot I isle W. tth at I 104,0.,.. 510' tree
soot Woeddood A"Dua bath built-in ranee snob. llv patlal appolntmcBt month DON W. PAYNE the 1001 W wooded lot iweep.I .
M2-IK1. 11I80410. tat room. ..r..."' .acneao but Ct'. aapeotaUrportant WILL BUILT three BMlroom Cl patio. aouthalda 1011 lot (w t that pus aeo It. U.; taxet and insurance 07 H i Main MU II4MrrWBRN Ml Polaoiana Annuc. Modor 119 Ireanort a bedroom CI eat and air Three bolu..ns0Sl
how*. our ..0dl I."ed. eioeUeBoendltloa 14700 1081-". two bedroom. Iwe bathi luulat.ed I menonrr home. tw. bodroomiloridt .,. RN-8, 110)00 tile bcUu. SO'Ui riarld

ru Woodward Dotes heater"110., ...hardwood... Lot 'TOilto floor..,. OflNorlll ell DRIVE OUT TODAY room. beautiful oak floori .11 La.,buil I bedroom CI room with coir fireplace dentedlenaroui
Ct horn. hardwoooora '; .
3 Bedroom cubic oor port, chain link fence RO-llot 110500 b> librarr ..... pricl
boOKUtd FOR Imaalnatloa'BUI. Pit. room. -...... pa A. S MORROW Florida Annue. Coos tcbua. ... .
oruttsmnssoht, III Ill ..D_ attest feet on Memorial II" pass sew MULBERRT_PUI lenl five bad blot .d. H. luit like net 1121 Waut **". "room CI alre equipped iltcheB Double
anaraf cholnaoutheldo Me. fenced back rrdJOHNJ.BRENNAN KeeJtonLMLA UH lohool take runt forkWiBelon to room Uuee bath htm with nil 00. reallr moat ec* thla ow t" 11001001. arport and ,UIIt,. Loadi of el.
hoses Wa have
Klniibarome ., KO-U03 rail HOT A OUTRXWI SILL
pprcclate H.
OS 5. TenBeeeM PHONE MU 6-0886 H.Uhte the 0511as. UDd" ooD.U.h
ocatlOBi arallabUBen 3" Care Plane Rellrement RO
ilia. .. wnr traniferrcd. lot rout eaihIkl
. Call OT e-JlH or MO I4TM I' sow sod ohus.i 10111
Olson Builder. ett-4Ml A 10al. 003.004. Available eulok. Call own.tor .
completo ...Iu. load _.... oNion.Cail Ml-1I7T or NC-35I I NEARDIXIELAND III B. ....0... ] bedroom with or appointment M ..... MU
end saaUBCUom awrlao. aluei SCHOOL Inoom. "-aUI7. 111 MM). -3140.
167 Soalbo LuLL .....103
.a MaD' Hess Is iOta Cautti EGG RANCH YOU'RE AT HOME MEL RUDY MORRIS Realtor RUTIll L.ra. corner lot with pleats of 53 l Bonnie Drl.o ] bedroom Cl
JUON AND deC 4 brtroom (run room Three bedroom m"'DrrIa. BO-1064 IlloOOII .
be_ 174x180 foot 1010.. do.D BR AI 1713 Fredehckiburt. This I 1331 Couth Florid An. one, oenvenlent M D'"I'Ddand LoIs Honor Dr I bedroonCB OPEN HOUSE TODAY
pwmqat tur tormi. phan 112. 10 ACRES with a nice ) bedroom. a aath homo hai ..... LMLA REALTORMORTGAGE ...11I.... junior Mill RN.171. 111.750. Ml Ctrltoa rircla S0i.ndni.
N". 529 W. BEACON 2 Bath home with large llvIng hal twat lUU-a-modera kltohen BROKER ohooli. Stove and ..'rl..lorID.luded. sot HMtold. 4 bedroom. CB HO.loaj M.DO.Jur' .
NEAR SOUTHGATE and fireplace nulls loins anreoBed porob a earoarport 3 NEW USTINGS |jj Ariana aueeu KM $05,100.HOWARD. completed. Uireo bedroom.
room 044
IDEAL all Ills .ew-.ik to weUuldt 1527 E. Memorial Iwo tile bathe. Florida roam
3 BR 3 BATHS i Florida room, screened .....1. dial 68M107 any time I vetr lari klUihen. ampl etor.
work shop and 2.00C EXTREMELY NICE DRIFTWOOD DRIVEs ill apace. mrl tile floor. FHA
I Driftwood Drive Three bed GILLETTE Daaciat. 1700 Iowa. .. 01,.*
Central Beat aid AlhcondltlM beautiful white\ LeghornHens 1 SO QUIET HERE OMutlce lope a kairoom, I bath com. two bath maeoBry looms ID' """.
4 BEDROOM 2 BATHOne .1 vea rear around _'.n. OOKtrammer also airconditionedfully one with fireplaoe Florida rooaiU .llh low down ...,m..'. Fill KCALTOR LuLL MU 8-1729
tD ecnooi and bob SIsal Uro"'h' III Slits ._n.DI DES'RABLE LOCATION 5 Ih* rotit.io5.-4 car arar*. 10 PlOt .... ..... tool bovue 01
block from Yacht Club.I Ilk. Thla Ilk Ji.w. .11I<'.... equipped egg house o.thborhood. T.. bodr.om.. ...kn..r. 00005 Park area-Aek t* ace noON ,,11I1. ....10 Open WOlF, tw* U no W. wit at a. Fia.
Two blocks to tennis and ,heal hae n aeparal* dillies and 6 acres of pasture .. ares Florida room 0. ThIn fin brlrk horn li located Ill. aio p.s. PHONE 682-4179 137 SOUTH 1NCRAHAM
room br kltofecn. lane livln r.... VacenU-.e rlfht In Lob .D th* triantle formed br Buan Sear 0011.... loM mess. tuu ..
golf Large family room 1 room with a picture window. Iou CO-1742. to aea RN-ell BOOB 1-HA Coca VIe'- and Calumbu Circle 1005fl b. Carrier eoolrd and heatedaulated .
living room with marble saran with sobS lam mil nltmeBI eeouredYOU'LL be either I or 4 bedreomh.m. LAKE HORNEY usselle & Sons Inc. Oak II...... Ou.lltnitructlon
n r and .....hOD area oh reeto i. Tb. Utlni room la lari S Aluminum awcinii.V .
fireplace, central heating it mancnrr conilructloa and COUNTRY LOTS aid bright and th. bedreome anarelia ver 1700 ... ft. under roof iMdroome Ill e Fit. MO 1-113: '' aerial Bthauet fai... Other
1 and air conditioning Corner has beautiful oak ... Call tcc BE HAPPY .. The 000-plue .u.ro I balhi Florid room. use UD6MUASSIflfD ...iflnement. O a r a 5.. MiaHtdrd
RO-1107 Both South & North of city eat ot llvini Irsia.* .central ;tori* porch. > oar carport, ...- M. a. baits MU i-noimlred lit.MO. Term. Puraltur
lot. Citrus treel. Double carport well I o.nn MU I-3D6'tobert
lrenelr" attraotna kept hosted and ar sold. Tw louOuts 01005 lot-rAlk I* Ml RO-llJt. "
For sale by owner. WORK ON THE Some have Urge CITRUS, bedroom home wIth .loss eoreenedtlo. belli.. BU oak towns ahadhouee L. "" ....n. MU l.aOJ.1WlUlam / ADS 'PHONE MU 2hOt"C1Al1iPisD
TREES-othera have OAKS: carport sully room In. Uis Two double laraieeorlde T .....11. MU '-'''7
NORTH SIDE iludee LatiBdtomat dlenoeal dliihvuher pUntr of epac* for car.. ON S. NEW YORK. Mr., lula Williams OutPLAY
&: PINES-Sitea rang. and ilo e. JtlHT LIBTID orkal.op and itorevo. The brop !
CALL 682-8735HO en U loo a ,dandr HW loC 1 bedroom Sot. ham rlK 4 acre to 4 acres in ilze- Oslo ail.ooo. ... lode,. UN.iot art? can be purcbaeed ae a rom. Will ihaded a bedroom 1\10 bath
u 5 and thus.loIs
unit at the home
tlOKHH 1 itllltr tress $1,500 plat h.m. with Florid Room and (isran.Ilool OPEN TODAY
.01 Jut Prices average *r the owner will Mil Uihcuw .
.is.e In Ask to M
Betur loot 2631 FRENCH
carport. .
and a lare J280C I 101001 lot and ...IIhe PRIME
Vtterfront sites ... .... R0.1U4-
DOWN PAYMENT si RO-1W7 outer '.* Isis se : .
, 013.500 .with LOW down I a lira protection. Mod... 1 bed .ela. Let ui ihow lou SoS BueniVleta TqA\1M.! 1 JI
LAKE MORTON roo.... villa built-in ito.e. Lari RO-1092. PHONE
outdoor llrepleee
, >a>ed pauo EXCHANGE AVE.
an row IM CLOSE IN double ..roo." All for 12.110O.. S04: ,
.Iui- 11.1110 ".De... Larry Heath MU 2-8500
d..D. 1IJ1
ALL BRICK HOMES deal Wilt b.down...*. Lara town room from ban emeu FURNISHED aaUIl-; John Mitchell Galen Hauger MU 3-1358 $350 DOWN REAL ESTATEOFFERED

.mood. hoofs dlnlni ccreenMl room. llfunln front porch hard This nice older 3 BR home 1401 REALTOR S. PortIa Aol.Mu OFFICE MU J-4147 I" real charmer. Three bedreomi.

$56.35 Thorns arranied EL-1110.; has separate dining room PHONE HU' II 5-4005 1140 belli bullt-la kiichw LlkiIW
_diU... Crallant mill
Per ...11I HEADQUARTERSFOR and 2 nice porchee. just up Larry Heath 682-8500 irhood Corner lot |IO.S 0 wile
from LAKE HOLUNGS- Galen 683-1358 HAUGER REALTYRetllof IM dowB .17 ....hU.". J. 1.ShiplsP FOR SALE
IntO do,, $07m000 us ea, kite 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED 1002 CLEARVJEW! 51.01100. 11IO-11II11. (..
501.1 module ... S.dor sea.50055tlla WORTH & completely LMbA CW.ta1 t.sks DoSes to Homrniies-
HOMES 682-614'
RETIREMENT Being sold to OFFICE N..I, redecorated horn with I lit I Or.... aH bird 0. Optimist Sooth to Jo- units
6 floor
w. bate come real bun In woO RN- Wdroomc. lane til* boll aiaed ';atop at bits aim of the Owl ....D...) Eireta telling ground pluaupitain
Meted bomee that ar* Ideal for settle Estate $10,000 florid room and iloeedarail I office and basement. This It
IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION ro Urceo Cloa to erujoWni. *.. REALTY I. ... M'ilto* lot and _CL".I.'laD OI5PLAY Lt.AUIPI7O5IPI.A. !,, spice
10 b... Ian* lou far ...denl.. mpletelr furnlihrd Wleow Iemoo' on EXCELLENT BUSINESS INVESTMENT
Call w t* *e* KeUnnwnt $19.OUT anilou to aell. aiklni eel,

CO., Rommt OF COUNTY Realtor 5. Or.-.1.104Ill .. at 1-1S"000.with Call T.Soul H Traneul T....... MU it. WE BUY opportunity, seldom available in 01 exclusive

INC. KEN HARRIS I"atop at tbe ana III the 051"OPEN 5.51101 at MIl SISIS.GLUP I and strategic a location ae this. Information
IMa ll. .lIlor ....b..or LWLA1M pertaining to price terms, rests,
I. 510115 AOl.susjisi > have 2 nice I BR homesto
lasses end available on requtst.
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615 PRADO PLACE Can us for details ELOJH.VRN708 : WITH
I I and I II........ fran* homo. BOGER TERRACE"South
hat BiBit bo sued Inmodlatclf 510.800. Charming Ii till Boll four rent none
M* BUalirrlal... Mlnlmvim Be loelni down paraienmw .... DOenr. home By for a couple. Large males Cheer a.lalm. .Lows,.. ..th.*be drain>.ourow. WARNOCK FURNITURE Cd &M.n1J./anL

554 P50 _.. ID. Pee loformotbon living room bedroom H SCOTT KELLYRealtor Off Young Place"NEN landlord bome.In at thll 90)S 514,54.00and b.du'oomfurtsh.d
kfoadM threuin mdar
005.* |, 16. Lot 100 x 135'. Bus ai coUei-t illS per month rosS AND APPLIANCE: IXCHANGI: MAITOR
IX .... a lumlehetrtmenl
LMLA from the
MU 2-2283 door. Walk to Southgate. HOMES! ... la thl rear Prlrarplr 102 I. Mwmwl.1 .,,,.. Phon MU 2-2222 1831 South Florida A",. Ph. 6826036OAKSESTATE
213 S. Tennessee ... island to 111.000 with
2 BEDROOM FRAME MU 2-5195 .ae> ....... IOI13ICall .

OWNER SALE! BEST CASH OFFER Jimmy Lawhon MU 1-6575 DELUXE. MULTI.BATH rat Brown $tt.H 5 ,

Small down payment (10 N. W. 5th Avenue Paul St. Clair MU -389R

.a ......, Road In Medina i Mulberry, Florida Bob Shore MU 2-5027 HOMES IN BRICK AND Leonard Robin
tnre bedroom tile bath CB bowu Write M. Alderman
.with carport and Ulllltj *. I 3713 SE 14th TerraceCalneivlUe BLOCK. KIDS WALK TO ...1..... LuLL
Bloc lot aporo>lmiul> 10'.110' ROYAL
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You Know It's 1031 S.
ppraual IB ooo ago sooth Florida
porn'." Call Carl TraaiB* MU BOTH SOUTHWEST 682-6109
.7SM or MU .T1U

s. SlaP '... 50. past 1525 EASTON DR. HIGHS AINDS
MAKE OFFEROwner ,.... *a ...._... havra OaId, SOUTHGATE SHOPPING \KIJ\IVI>
"U e er let a 1 kedroonnouo Y... win Ion tail slob located
YOUR ROOM h.M 00 a dan J bedroom btlck torso llvlntoe
KEEP tot nine ta bIGots ebopetBa and .. silo brick llreplac. lormalIn
transferred, must b" ."..... ae sure t* .1.. en. room. ,.,... 10... .....1... PEOPLE HAVE VISITED THIS ATTRACTIVE SUBDIVISION
leU 3 bedroom Fla room I tall- W.... ass I .... aolief MEL RUDYLMLA "rlda noai. well xulpped kllohkreakfael MANY
to ttiate "Ilka Be*". mod .. bar bullt-la oa
2\li baths. hardwood floors. era, kae ...11_ kllohea and too I..... *,CB. diebwachcr dIs00552. DURING THE PAST WEEK
central heat and air condi- ... .nltr kath uwl Hi ant, REALTOR ; central heal 00 air. wk
SERVICE MENBUSY .II.aoo wIll easy Urme. Toes MORTGAGE BROKER ,r.lore. dounl. anrport nlo aor
tioning. double carport. now. Ill Soon I ... t maanWr oil lat\C U for appointment.TED .
.tw told aie la eaUi, I MV lia E. Memorial Blvd. ARE SOLD BUT THERE
Drapes and carpeting In- loops la vaa to*. HO-I1M. TOWSON ONE THIRD OF THE LOTS

cluded. Swimming pool with Call Pal are.. a. ..]..1441 dial 68M107 any time ....ID,
w WI" 117 I. PI. Ava

l liter gate and ayitem Southwest Near Schools.South- Leonard bolts LMLA Robin ,"CLAISIPID_ _0l5PlAV_. --ci.AasrsiD'bisPLY- -' .- --- ARE MANY BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES LEFT

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RO1094MEL 682-4109

I REALTOR DSI up'cftassnu II
with a daily ad In AND PICK OUT
1527 E. Memorial Blvd. ADS

688-4107 any time sell Service D1 rectory"In SUNDAY-2-6 P.M.



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I Mil SOuth at Cluelmd Court for a he'pful! ad writer ; .
5.ts.oI. Lot 110'BlU' (_.... :U ( .
lane *ke. Four bedroome. two $13,950 to $16,200V.A. I i
bata Do"... ...-.. 14010 ooarawmeale ) 1
, to sOIL Will llBanaereelf J fllt.l D s' j' 414L
i. ....71KI. *vaer. no down poym.sstsFHA ell-: W). ''. .I"",

CLAIIII'IIO DISPLAY CL.A.If.IO. DISPLAY. ei low ea $450 down =

No closing coati to purcheaer ''w

3 and. 4 bedroomi, 2 boftii, Mparate dining and ::18 \\\d )

IWAi I Florida Rooms compliftly landscaped yards pro- HIGHLAND

STATELYELEGANCE sslonolly decorated Inttrlofs, spacIous lots with g ; CLUB MOUSE RU ,,(540) + CITY

I continuous sidewalks, lard. fcltchcne with built-in

/ AITLI l I rongot, monthly payimnti.lower. than rent. VAFHA (

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COMPUTI aICllATIOM aCO.UOIollMlIM Investigate thla 2 story
brick home with auptrbgrounds Move Into ene of Lakaland" finer homes and d

-- .... s.d TIMe ...., T. 0-op Aiudusod _- I and enormoua eek best buys and stop those rental paymtnts :i (5404t) WOODLAND ORV. (540-A )

500G AltO $45 72$ MO. trees. Full dining room,
....d ,.,..........., to menus so....ud Irving room and sun room ROYAL OAKSESTATES
5. elm p'" ..o.....rn SI..... PM. I with fireplace Three bd- tJsst is.. .f ..If esutee .H ....... Drive, i
rooms and borti upstoin

-, Too 1100 I. .w... _551(01 50111.5 DL fIAt : end additional both downsrolrs -
with KELLY
so 151 405 Ss Double garage SCOTT REALTOR
551.5tH laundry room Tremendous ,

I. ,- 5m10flusat value at $19,500. Coil MU 25195klMISINTATIVI

IOUI" Carmen Easterllng' MU MU 8.4091 Roy Thompson JteoltorMU 2. 8J
J. K. Swindell Owner .
8-2868 with T, R. Tucker' AT SITI .
; ;_ Jr. Realtor, MU 6-7173:

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.r Rollins Golfers Defeat Florida Southern. 1710Rollins I I1

National Races --- --. Lakeland Dreadnaught golfers,Ramsey (P), Stewart.Scobie
Cycle College rallied on the position, emerged a. the meda' with a 77 Teammate and captain It was Florida Southern's first chalked up a ..1 victory over'won a pointLakeland
I last two holes Friday to beat l list of the match with a two- of the team, Scudder Gray- match of the season and the the Plant Panthers in a Western won the 4-man
Slated This WeekendDAYTONA Florida Southern College In theseason's over par 74Medalist beat, was second with 78 Don fourth for Rollins Conference prep golf matchat match, 179-191.
for Florida Southernwas Daui of Rollins finished with a Cleveland Heights golf club
first Florida Intercollegiate sophomore Don Richards 78. THI KOP.INOKlr Friday afternoon.
BEACH Did t straights of the Speedway,and Conference .UM avar lghar.a, 1 '
golf match, .u, fiftani. rae, kMl a.: .Martin, Harry Guice (L) beat Bob Title Bout TonightTOKYO
Mann, the Californian who hold I the bikes are expected to hit 1710. TODAY I Hint, a 1NlrmiM
140 miles horn the REDLEGS OPEN DRILLS .Martin awr Carlanl.Rick. Burke (P) 'but Sol Fleishman
on long
the AMA National Championship per Playing over ardi, aa.5..a downed James Crumpton (AP-World Featherweight .
a P
windswept ( )
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is taking double precau, record 4,000 foot for backstretcb.the 200-mller The IsM Cleveland Heights golf club TAMPA (AP) The Cincinnati The first day'a schedule OrovxMaUiwwVnCi* rarbul' 1 I Mat AI FIlM. I(L). Cuice-Crumpton won a Champion Sugar Ramos
ions this year to ensure he'll I 86 mph set by Joe Leonard course, key putts by veterans Reds start spring train- called for mostly running, w",1\0'0-ad.rinair va. tat Orarktal.MaUnnyo.u. point. and Japanese challenger.
I throwing and ex-rclaes. The a.s. I George Stewart (L) beat Mitsunori Seki meet In a scheduled
be in the starting line foi Ing Sunday with 20 pitchers and .
up in 1958 on the old beach and Bob Kirouao and Todd Read on teat Die* Dvman r C 14Bud
rest of the bout
the 27th annual 200.mile nations] road course.Mann half a dozen catchers. squad reports Thursday Mwiay, r>0, krat i>..: Mata Evans Sumner (P) and Mike 15-round title Sunday
road race at Daytona Interns the Par 3 17th hole and the --.- .:Oau-N Ma Nat Nnty "".., .-.'_Scobie 1 L) downed Richard l night. __ ___.__c_
will "tune-up" for Sundays --- ---- --- --
tioral Speedway on Sunday. Par-4 18th beat oft the upset-
200 miler Yamaha
by riding a '
minded Southern team
A year of this ago, the he richest was thrownout and 230cc Jobs In the on 100-mile()()Saturday race The for Klrouac, playing In the No, 1 Make A World Of Your Own-In Your Own Home

most Important race on the novice riders will share the I
American Motorcycle Association spotlight on Saturday with the
calendar, when his motorcycle 290 machines In a 76-mile dash
failed to the tech-
pass The first of the four major
nical Inspectors. This time he LJ'r
events of the "Daytona Clas
Is coming with two machinesa slcs" will be contested on Friday / Express yourself
Norton and a Matchless- .
with these lovely
with a 100 mile amateur
figuring! that at least one of You (test set
battle. All four of the featured }
them! will meet the specifications ONE dial with
events will be contested over
the 3,81.mile layout.VEALEREPORTS. the new (
Mann machine had betterbe 8
fast if he expects to come DIALCETBELL I '
home winner, for the 200-miler
has been switched to the Speed FORT MYERS Fla. (AP- on SOFAS
way's full 3.81.mile track and Pitcher Bob Veale arrived at by fljTO WELttuutuuV
road course, and for the first the Pittsburgh Pirate training
time in the long history of the'camp Saturday and workedout. /
race an average speed of more He was the final pitcherto Tremendous !
than 100 mph is expected to be report. Bargains s.
needed to take the Checkered Veale, arriving two days late PLUMBING CO.
flag for the beginning of pitcher and 522 N. Wabaib[ Av..
This course Includes both catcher drills, said he was de- Pkent MU 6-6495

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