Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00006
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 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: UF00079940:00006
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LOS ANGELES (W)- Two of the defendants in the

Frank Sinatra Jr. kidnaping case drew life terms, plus
75 years, Saturday after all three were convicted by -

\\ .. federal court jury. Sentencing of the third man was WASHINGTON (AP) President

delayecMndefUiitely. Johnson argued Saturdaythat
Barry Keenan and Joseph Amsler, both 23, were "the buoyancy of the tax
convicted on all six counts cut" already is boosting employment
John Irwin, 42, was acquitted of And he announced
aiding and abetting the other new steps to trim his already re-
Child Dies two in taking the victim across duced budget.
the: Nevada-California line at Johnson began his seventh

gunpoint news conference-broadcast live
; farkedCc Judge William G. East asked by television and radio networks
Keenan to stand The Judge from the historic East Room of
ri > r". Is HitBy asked!. the White House-by stating

."Do iou have anything to lay that greater-than-normal February t
1 DAVE PRATT before the court passes sen- Increases In employment
I, tence?*! reflected the expectation; of the t .A !1
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also that
1MULBERRY He reported new
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'fth/ >lfauettMi tonlnemtnoa'e planeto w
his' fac,4 tonledk. Investment ;. e eSt
yesterday afternoon whenJn pre er expand their ,
our of- control sedan skidded .Then the. Judge said:,?. modern plants and'equipmentwill
across a tae station parkins/r 'I hereby commit you to ,the) be released, Tuesday and
lot and t the parked attorney Fgenerat j 'for Imprisonment Kidnapers 'will confirm rising business
car containing the boy and for"the term of five yearson optimism. "

his count one, for the time of the J *.ptV Ambr, left, red Parry K."...* h.., far F.d natural life count two, and for
Anthony Allen Jackson of 'of on In LM A...<** ,........)., where th., ..... fury convict Hi<*> .f Politics figured In the 30-
dead the time 20 on counts
.. ta Bradley( Lakeland was General on Hospital arrival three, four and yean five, and 10 kldmplnf Frisk 51...... Jr. loch was heft..4 a III. Nmt, (hie 75 minute session, too, with a,

';following the accident which years on count six" y..n. SAP w.h.. ) series of questions dealing with
took place at about 3:24: Then the Jurist placed Keenan a campaign to solicit
o'clock at the Sha rock Oil under the three-month psychiatric support In.Tuesday'l New
.Co. on Highway 06 on the study. Internal FightBrown Hampshire primary for Atty.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy ss a
west side of MulberrY.The Before the judge passed sentence -
Democratic vice-presidential
child la the 20th victim the defense attorneys con-

r (Turn to Pap 6-A, Column b) (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 1) Looms For State Johnson nominee.said one reason for
primaries Is to "ascertain the
sentiment of the public And he
laid the New Hampshire results President Answers Question
IGOP Control will be "very interesting

But Johnson emphasized that Pr.ild.nt J.hmoii 'niw.r* *v.itl.ii' end ....u... for ."'ph.... during Ml ".lloft.II, bm.dc.it
the No 2 man on the Democratic MWI COft,....... In she Whit. H.UM Lit Rome S.turdoy. Joh".... told' rp.rt.ra h* would .. sled I.
f ." af.t V. E. By DOUGLAS STARR described Goldwater's' ticket "will be selected after mot with Presides Charlie D. G.ull .f Frame .ny flee nthf.cl.ry .rr.nftm.nts ere mode .nd'Mnwthlnf
,. ww yyy, y$ Ya.r TALLAHASSEE (AP-An in- action as tragic but represents. the president has been nominated ... k. w...... *.r twm ..." (AP Wlr.ph.lo)
.. /.. D ..,/ ternal fight for party control in tive of what he called bungllnj I and after his suggestion
Florida loomed Saturday as the by Goldwsters campaign staff:I and recommendations have
i.a 7r major cause of setbacks In the throughout the nation, been sought" In other words Dixie Senators John Calvin
Republican Party's vaunted ef- Brown scored Cramer's actlot l Johnson, If nominated as ex
forts to wrest some of the top In qualifying a separttj slate ai l peeled, will make the decision Polk School
state offices from the entrenched a result of'his selfish ambitiot l In the foreign field Johnson ,
Democratic Party to dictate to the party. Hi e I declared he would be very happy Girding To Fight
As a result. Republicans qual-) sought to set up his own slats I to meet with French President Trustee DiesWINTER
Ified for only two of the state- rather than to be part of another Charles de Gaulle and he
Wide offices up for grabs this He got the Goldwater camj P I sees "no Irreconcilable differences HAVEN-John Wil-
year-Governor and U.S. Senator Involved In his own selfish bid I between the United Rights lard Calvin, a member of the
letting six Cabinet posts, for power." States and Frsnce He predictedthe Polk County School trustees and

three State Supreme Court justice Some Shy .Away two countries would be together WASHINGTON (AP) Dixie jority Leader Mike Mansfield of' chairman of the Polk County
posts and the Public Utilities I 'when the chips are senators are .organizing again Montana to proceed to consideration Junior College Advisory Board,
Commission post go to the At that point, Brown said, several ; down." into three teams to carry on the of the 10-polnt, House- died unexpectedly at his home
Democrats by default Republicans who wen Mentions No Date marathon battle against the ad passed bill. Friday night He was 76
The action was unexpected.. ready to qualify forstatewid e, ministration's civil rights bill The Southerners have 'made Calvin had been active In
This was to be THE year for the offices shied swsy He said the y Johnson mentioned no date
scheduled to start Monday. I clear they plan to debate this civic affairs In Winter Haven
did not want to become Involved I chief,
in Florida. ifor the French
Party seeing
Republican since coming here In 1941 He
in the chaos.Meanwhile. Aides Indicated Johnson They expect this system, perfected motion at length A double fill
Basis For Hopes however. In round-the-clock sessions buster thus is possible-on the: was past president of the Winter .
I a third group ol t r was making a friendly gesture Haven Chamber of Com-
ordered In 1960 by President motion to consider the bill. and
Th. party based its hopes up- delegates, headed by Anthony r In the direction of Paris merce and of the Winter Ha.
Johnson when he was Sen- again on the bill Itself,
on Its membership lists, report- Battaglia of St. Petersburg,. with whom Washington has been leader work ven Kiwsnis Club ss well as
ate majority to as
AP Win,k... edly surging Florida, and upon qualified In what he called a I at odds-rather than lining up a well ai It has In past civil rights May Yield past commander of the FriereonNlchols I
dissatisfaction voiced I : by movement to draft former vici I specific meeting at this point. But if past precedent Is any American Legion
Modeling Now Wardrobe some nedy administration Democrats with the Ken- president Richard Nixon to givi I The President, who sent Con The big debate will begin guide, the Dixie forces will yield Post No 8. I

Republicans throughout the I(Turn to Page <-A, Column 6;)I (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 4) Monday with a motion by Ma- after a week or so and permitthe During World War II he
nation this bill to be brought up. They served ss a member of the
On The were capitalizing on
have reasoned In the past It Winter Haven Ration Board.
Democratic dissatisfaction and
GOP would be easier to obtain dotorethe -. Other memberships Included
the booming popularity of conservative New Hampshire Primary
Sen. Barry Goldwater. Senates debate shutoff those In the F & A.M. Lodge

Tempting TargetLaura R-Ariz., to push him as the can- i procedure-on) this motion of Lincoln, Nebr, and of the j
than on passage of the measure Shrine He held membership In
didate almost certain to carry
Lane Robinson, the 15-month-old cutie above their banner to victory: Ballot Could Cause Fireworksother I As for the bill, however the (Turn to Page 6.A, Column J)
Southerners that it Is
might have spilled milk on mom's new rug but she provides Then. Kennedy was shot downIn argue
a tempting target for a soft spanking Actuallyshe Dallas. I much more far-reaching than
wu showing off her new wardrobe when her dad. One result was an Immediate! CONCORD. N.H. (APNew where the Arizona senator reputedly predictions lie said that the 1957 and I960 civil rights r ,
photographer Ed Robinson of the Alabama Journal and loss to the Republican Party of Hampshire Republicans wrestle had a 21 advantagewhen a surging write-in campaign measures which they finally s .i
Montgomery Advertiser, clicked the shutter. On Page the so-called Democratic protest with a highly complex ballot In campaigning began In Jan- could put Henry Cabot Lodge, permitted to pass without a bit r
Chair- a presidential primary Tuesday uary. the U.S. ambassador to South ter-end fight.
there Is and pictureof vote State Republican
JoB of your Ledger today, a story which could For Goldwater, a share of the Viet Nam, ahead of Rockefellerin .
Citrus On 11-A man Tom Brown of Tampa said produce some spectacular They say they will not surrender /,
the very first Florida Queen. page the loss never was regained fireworks In this New vote larger than that of any of the popular vote. It was kin on the 1964 bill under II
there Is a story oa upcoming Founders' Week activities England bellwether state the other five Individuals who opinion, Goldwater said that If foreseeable circumstances ,
at Florida Southern College Other stories and picturestell Separate Slates New York Gov Nelson A. figure in it one way or another Lodge; "takes votes from anybody any But their resistance has ii
of the regional Science Fair and a medical seminar, Nevertheless, Florida Republicans Rockefeller' is challenging Sen. would demonstrate that a West- It will be from Rotkefeller mounted as, have the pressures
both in Lakeland, and the opening of the Florida Citrus geared up to push Gold. Barry Goldwiter, R-Ariz., for era conservative Republican of .* ; for' new legislation so These stem
Exposition In Winter Haven-just a little of much Interesting water In the national convention. the lead la the GOP popularity his stripe could command a The senator saw the possibility :largely from Negro demonstrations -,

reading today's Ledger. Brown sought to qualify a slateof ,balloting solid core of party support. In that a write-In campaignfor : in all parts of the nation
r delegates pledged to the Art- At stake in the voting are only the Northeast Atty, Gen Robert F. Kennedy ,in recent years. .
tons senator 14 of the 65J delegate I votes Rockefeller makes no last- for vice president could result The Senate Is opening its debate I
I Amusements ..... 10-11 Dear Abby ?-??. 11 B But Rep. Bill Cr.mer.Fla... needed to win the Republican minute claims but Goldwatertold .I In President Johnsons being exactly four weeks after I

Bridge _..___.. 6-D Editorials __ 4-AI qualified a separate slste nomination is San Francisconext a news conference confidently "faced with a bear" the bill cleared: the House 290-

'A Citrus ........--...... 12-B Horoscope ... -"._ 7-A pledged to Goldwater. July But Involved Is the ss he carried on his Democratic Gov. John I.v. 130. 4
Classified ..... 7-11-D Sports............... 1.3-D The action forced Goldwaterto matter of the prestige that will Final day made of,.campaigning less"I King asktd his party membersto I Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-
make a choice permitted accure to the winner of the na- have it Outwardly write I ii* the names of John ... will be In command of the
Comics ............ 10-11-B( Stock..Finane.B under Florida election laws lion's first 1964 primary contest certain of the result, Rockefeller son and Kennedy on the bsflot' Southern forces ss In many previous I
t Crossword Puzzle 11-B Women .............. Ml-C and he chose Cramer's group : As the situation shapes up, scheduled campaign appearances .The attorney general has asked! fights The same three,

Deaths ...........,...... I.A Weather Map '.'.. loA Brown's group was forced to Rockefeller could benefit by In the state Sunday and supporters pot to put the Presl. senators who served in 1960 will,
file as unpledged, but loyal to pulling close to Goldwater-or Monday
Goldwater. even topping him-Ink a battle Goldwater tossed off some (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 3)) (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 4) ]I JOHN W. CALVIN

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ESTATE WATCH At Annual Seminar 'j ,., d .
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I 30 Lody'i diamonds Diamond, 14 K Hamilton Solid Gold Doctors Are Told Menopause : i : (!!

II Jewels beautiful mesh band
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SAME AS NEW Is A 'Bioloaical Accident' l J

r I By WILLIAM D. SHILLING Dr. Word-was one of six distinguished and menopausal women to

Ledger Staff Writer physicians t who prevent the degenerative Illnesses
5 sA Almost 200
doctors at the
served the for which
on faculty the are a secondary
eighth annual seminar' of the seminar on "The Middle Years" part of the transitional period.
AIRYIIArOIAMOPIOS Watson Clinic were told yesterday -
1U66A6E afternoon that the menopause The other medical speakers Ulcer Expert
Is a "biological accident" included Dr. Owen H Wangen
steen professor and chairmanof Dr. Wangen'steen Internationally
Dr. Buford Word of the Ied-
the department of surgery at ; .known for his pioneeringwork
leal College of
Alabama said
that the University of Minnesota: In the gastric cooling and
transitional In the
I Dr, Gordon McHardy, clinical
i life of a woman Is a "deflency'' freezing of peptic ulcers, reported
professor of medicine at the
disease" and not that than 800 a
-'-- just a period Louisiana State University Med more persons
of "hot flashes" have now been treated
Ical School; Dr. Eugene A.
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with this method at the University -
Jr, professor and chairman
of Minnesota.
of the Department of Medicine
I Duke University: Dr He said that substantially
Harold Sofield professor of Favorable results have been re
-- IIt ll llt I orthopedic surgery at the North- corded In treating this "1m.
western University Medical portant and common disease"
School, and Dr John V. Verner using the cooling and freezing
!Jr, department of medicine the technique,
Watson Clinic. Dr. Stead emphasized the Importance -

It's An Accident of physicians "learn-

I Dr. Word a specialist la obstetrics treat:ing" In from reactions the patient that are they not FACULTY MIMIERS CONFU-Tk.n her 4cton ere kown "nf"rrna! ..,... ties opmlnfinilon
and gynecology said 'reflected In biochemical test .f Ih* Eighth Anneal Stmlmr end .......u. bald .t tko Wcrta Cllnlfl ',..t,,..,. Tapis .f
the medical profession until or x-rays.." the Mmhiof was "Th. Middle Yt...." Show. has, lean the lilt Dr. lu,.... A. Stood I,., ,..,._,
I relatively recent years had just "Every person is different," end ch.lrm." .f the Dtp.rrmt.il *f Mtdlclno, Duke UlvonltT Scktol of Modlclno, Dr. Johi V. Vtmor
accepted the menopause as Dr. Stead said. "Many patients Jr., DtpirtHtmt Mtdlclnt, W.,.... Clinic Dr. Gordon McHordy, Clinical Professor of Modkina,
'L\rL\ "something" that Just happenedto come up to us with complaint Loulilofto, Stoto University, Medical Sckool' end D,. Jan Amis" who w.Ie...." the vblllnr dealers
women. He added that don't make sense. But If to the Wcliaii Clinic.
"It is a biological accident.The we listen, we will obtain the Information -
Lord didn't plan It that way. about the functions of
"Now, It is a subject that Is their individual machines."
on the front pages of news Preview Given
papers. Modern medicine l I
loejn't Just treat this transitional Dr. Verner gave a "preview"on
[ period as a period oPhot a paper which he will deliver -
flashes next month at the meeting
I of the American College of
NASSAUFOR not something that Physicians at Atlantic City.
fully understood Medicine today
recognizes the chemical deficiency He reported on a study of 60
and doctors are seeking patients having "cafe au lest
to prevent the postmenopausal spots temporal dysrhythmla

degenerative In changeswhich and Verner emotional said that Imbalance the study" Dr.indicated -
occur women.
FOR PLUS A that this Is possibly a
Dr. Word said that the life
,"hereditary-type Illness with a
span Is steadily being Increased, structural underlying basis" I'
and that there Is a great need,
with more and more menopausal Dr. McHardy spoke on the
medical aspect of esophageal I
hiatus hernia and Dr. Sofield

$250. Wardrobe SINUS SUFFERERS. I poke on musculo skeletal s
changes In the "middle years." 9.
TRY OUR Each Is a noted specialist in his
SUPER COLD CAPSULES respective field of medicine.Dr. .

;Jere Annie, of the Watson.
With IT Isse.disets
Irma Fast Rtlltr Clinic presided at the four-
He Stomach ... hour seminar attended by
physicians from many part of
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rY e Icktland, Pie, I and Babylonian, Is the,
i'a oldest Semitic language.
-- DOCTORS WHO ATTENDED SEMINAR-Tkti. four doctors were omong many wko attended
the llktk Annuol Somlnir end lorbocuo bald ot the Worioii Clinic ynttrdoy on tko tukjoct, "Tko
'-II' 11 Middle :r....." Thoy ore, from tko lids Dr. I.... Wits, Lcktlond pkyilclon; Dr. Harold Sofield, ,
'I', t w ,Mfcuar of Ortkopadlo Svrfory, NortkwaiNm Unlvonity' Medical School Dr. Owen H, Wongenitecn,
l -, I' .,'.., ,, -.I .prides.., end chairmen of t",Deoartmant of Surgery, Unlvenlty, of Mlnneuto end Dr. Puked >V..*, 4'1 1hear
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'f 4-A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March I, 1W4 "We'll Be Rich As, Rockefeller, An Object Lesson

Goldwater At Our Feet ."

t [ LEDGER EDITORIALSA I tr1 For The Critics.,.-


i : _, Of The CongressBy
Message To Mr. Ball

SOMEHOW: or other. never anticipated population gain has been three times I ARTHUR KROCK:

that we would ever defend the Florida average. This railroad is J t @)(,&I l ork Elm,.

peppery old Ed Ball. Mr. Ball's baby. He started buying into WASHINGTONThe rapid,

I But defend him we must in the it in 1941. long after duPont's death. pace with appropriation which Congress bills-it
I face of the law-breaking which threatens But it took 18 years to gain full con- and moving to raise it* own

I to cripple his Florida East Coast trol, and only then after heroic court salaries by 44 per cent-re- ? r

t Railroad. battles. fute the critics who tmpute

Ed Ball is a tiny fellow with a round FOR MONTHS Mr. Ball's pet rail- Its tailings and delays to obsolescent -
} of legislative
head who usually takes It easy on a road has been storm-tossed struck by t machinery.

plantation near Tallahassee lIlt traces 11 unions. They claim, If-we remember The speed-up on these measures -

his background to the bluebloods of correctly, that Mr. Ball's railroad i and the bill providing

Virginia, all the way back to Mary doesn't pay wages up to the national financing for newly elected

Ball, mother of George Washington. He scale established by Industry-wide arbitration presidents and vice presidentsIn
Interim before they
hops Into Florida history as brother-in- Mr. Ball's answer is that he's take the office and the snail-like

law and associate of the late Alfred I. losing money already and can't afford approach to legislation ,on

duPont, financier\ and empire builder higher wages. And he's holding to that, presidential disability and succession -

who bridged the gap between the Rob- although damned as "an anti-union ty- demonstrate that Con-
In the thrust
add the rant" who refuses all overtures gress
ber Barons of the last century peace I of the old proverb "where '
Philanthropist Businessmen of this cen- and thinks he' "Is better than the government there's a will there's a way." ARTHUR KROCK:

For years Congress has had

tury.DuPont had faith In Florida, mov- Admittedly, this is a pretty loose a wealth of sound proposalsfrom and orderly government whena
which to select the substance
ing from Delaware in 1927. Ed Ball, interpretation of the issues. But the of effective and valid president Is disabled or dies

as both buddy and brother-in-law was fact is that Mr. Ball is operating his legislation to remove the in office the following supply

sent on all sorts of errands, not the freight trains without benefit of union grave national perils createdby the committees with a practical I

least of which was buying up virtually help.As a disabled president who basis for the acutely need
all of the land In 11 West Florida coun- a result the railroad has under- will not certify his disability, ed legislation
or Is Incompetent to do so,
ties,acquiring In the process a telephone gone 21S acts of vandalism and sabotage or who proclaims his recovery 1. If a disabled president

company, a small railroad and a paper- embracing worker beatings, derailments while still Incompetent. And declines to affirm his condi

making empire stretching from Florida fires, rock throwing and rifle Its committee pigeonholes are tion, the vice president. with

to Ireland. Also deserving mention Is fire. The Incidents have averaged 14 a bursting with equally sound the concurrence either of a
of the cabinet or of
proposals for an unbroken majority
the duPont banking empire, now span month. But the most horrifying has of vice-presidential .lon smother group commissioned

ning Florida with 31 banks includingour been the dynamiting of four freight to the presidency. by Congress for the purpose,

own, the Florida National Bank at trains, endangering life and wreaking Voice of the PeopleThis would have the power to establish
Lakeland. untold millions in damages. YET, though the several \Illnesses the president's state of
This could
of President Elsenhow disability. group
ALFRED I. DU PONT died in 193"ilie WE ARE NOT BLAMING union
er and the assassination of be a special congressional
had done much for Florida. And as management for this atrocious effort at Is The President Kennedy within one committee, assisted but not
Opinion Page
chief trustee of the duPont estate Ed intimidation. But we do blame the Idled decade have renewed the proofof controlled In reaching Its c on-

Ball ever since has managed things so individual workmen who are like agi- history that this Is emergency clusion by medical experts
cells vital This .iretl.1) .... .H.n eke MWSF....'. we ..IIIi.... .. minim .f Ie".nt Intern In the legislation, committeesof whom it would designate.
both tated seeking
and the state cancer organs
the duPont empire .iterllll ..lame. h w.lc..... the .pinlne .. m..ra In Hi. V.le. .f Hit People Cclamii." LMUrt mv* Congress once again are 2. The president would proclaim ,
reaped economic benefits. All credit to to strike. k. dim*' sed '..t the wrifert .MrM, tut MUMS will te wfthlwM MM ,....... A ,.... I.."'. ".. risking the stability of the the end of his disability
Ed Ball. What they are doing is utterly ..e.*. 250 ends, end ,...., cmmt k. _*. The Udgw mtrvti Hit rM fe' njKt ."y ....., *r United States government In But if the vice president (on
At the same time, Mr. Ball hasn't wrong. ,h.".. 16. Oplnhmt .i ttlumnoH end .*.., """' ...... .,peer sheets' .* Mils swf.. searching for.the perfect for whom his disabilities bad dqf
been plagued with end-of-the-month This is no defense of Ed Ball's per mula that Is clearly Impos- volved) and a majority of the

budget problems. sonality or methods. But in any man's Not What Is very Ignorant All of concerning That Little sible And to If devise the past Is a guide to cabinet gressional or the committee alternative disagreed con--
some things. us can'tbe
Ed Ball does not reject the sobriquet book that railroad is Mr. Ball's. As rich. what may be expected of the with this diagnosis

as "one of the more determined long as he doesn't violate the law In its But How Poverty Is no crime and Word 'If' current dawdling, the committees Congress would decide the issue -
he is entitled to will abandon even this incoherent by a two-thirds vote of
capitalists in the present day United operation then run. although some of us don't ,
Mr. Ball have a college degree that'sno EDITOR How good that little activity unless prod- both branches.
"run" Florida but And know one thing-if
States. He does not we LDITORi I have listened in ded by President Johnson and
hand Is felt from the posh is insecure in his railroad then"all of Vain for remarkon sign we are Ignorant. 'word "If" is If there the
the master's someone to Sometimes It Is better to have hadn't been guns, there public opinion or Impactof 2. WHEN a vacancy occurred
board rooms in Miami to the echoing us are Insecure in our homes.To what I had thought was a just common horse sense. Be- wouldn't be,murder (?). If another warning event to in the office of vice

corridors of the State Capitol in Tulla- the vandals and hoodlums, a generally admitted fact, I.e., aides if all were educatedand there hadn't been alcohol president, for any reason, the
advice. Mr. Ball is tough that It does not matter so rich there would be no there wouldn't be drunks. If president would nominate a
of a )
hassee. He is a big man. piece much what you smoke as how ...
vice president to Congress
there been
one to do the dirty work. hadn't tobacco
But his cup of tea I h the Florida rooster of 74 years and ha is proud of you smoke) Some of us are far richer In there wouldn't be lung cancer.If subject to the approval withina

East Coast Railroad.The his chicken yard. He will not be Intimidated I believe that most cigarette the things that are really Important there hadn't been coffee pursue It to a legislative con- reasonably prompt period of
patterned the duPont empirewas and will defend tt'td the end smokers Inhale the smoke tat richer than some there wouldn't be Insomnia. clilslon. a majority of the House and "
well eMfebftshed' under Alfred 1. And for this tenacity, we want to send I doubt very much that one of the rich will ever be. Thank Well if theN hadn't been a Float abandonment Is Senate assembled In joint ses
would be my eater In "' ''at- you but I don't care for Mr.Goldwater' woman, man'Wight etUI be In because tt It ei&etly'whift conceivable '( turn II the president's lira
the FEC railroad. him a :
for message1Bravo. the smoke from
duPont excrpt tog a pipe or
attitude. the Garden of Eden with nev- happened after the slack, nominee was rejected he
It ,eves thebooining- Fast l Coast, Including cigar than from a cigarette. NAME WITHHELD er a worry what to wear. It of die proof of President ,>>.'11.Oft' would submit other names until .
vital Cape Kennedy, where the (Reprinted from the Gainesville Sun) I believe It will be utterly then seems that. tome evils long period of Incompetence one was approved. '
futile to educational
stage an
Politicians will always be vtih, us. If we was absorbed by the 4. In event of simultaneous
{, campaign against warn tobacco.young, Those pee.pie try to eliminate hoe, we cre- elertjoh' 6f a hew president. vacancies In the offices of
I' ate another And when ,President Eisenhower president and vice presidentor
BackfiredON much
A Shot That maligned one room Chided
country schools some 60 years ii\vis; NOVAK' fully recovered from the death or diqualifications
his heart, attack and his of the president and vice prey
used to tell us that there Our'Pardon
LORIDA'S east coast, in the were turned away, they were turned ago was nicotine enough In one EDITOR: Does our govern. stroke after a caretaker regime ident elect, the House would

Cape Kennedy area, is a quality motel away because there was no room for cigar to kill a dog, and a ment represent the people, or had worked well enough select a president and the Sen-
them the corporation president ex- cigarette was often called by does it represent politicians' Mr. Stork in the fortunately uneventful a vice president as now provided
named the Cape Colony Inn those crude self-concern? Do the campaigns Interim, Congress' revived in the event of failureof
yokels a
The seven astronauts owned 10 percent plained.We "coffin enable the politician EDITOR: : A very small story concern over what might have national candidates to acquire
believe him lie couldn't very nail"J.. T. to express his desires for the in a recent edition of The happened was extinguished by a majority of the elec-
of it when It opened. well afford to say Negroes had been US. or enable him to em- Ledger said that the only the fact that it hadn't So toral college.

There was eventually some criticismof accepted all along if they had not. Each phasize unfortunate occurrences stork native to America Is the"akinnylegged once more Congress, with re- This formula-not perfect,
To In the opposing party? i Ibu'Vl' upect to an ever- .
in per but a practical and vital safeguard
them for participating a commercial However even if the motel were on
Must the candidates of this I must protest this ppela- II (augmented when, as now, of the nattoo-general-
enterprise, so they sold their interest a segregated basis, it seems to us the His Own election year search for every tlon, which tends \Aake a them is .o' vice president), ly conforms to recommendations
matter would be too remote and frac possible loophole to laughing stock of Vie of cants into that state which of the American Bar Association
issue in the strengthen self,prestige? Whycan't America's noblest bird i. President Cleveland describedas And much of it
One of the astronauts, Col. John tional,to be projected as an EDITOR: I read where Mr. a candidate stress his The preferred name tor the "desuetude." could
Glenn, a resident of Ohio, is runningfor senatorial campaign in Ohio. Goldwater wants to Investigate own capabilities rather than bird (Mycteria Americana) Is be legislated of by confirm-statute
adoption a
Astronaut Glenn had an interest in the poor. For a well ed- the weaknesses of others? Jabiru
the U. S. Senate, seeking to unseat or wood Ibis. AMONG the proposals for atory constitutional amendment -<
Senator Stephen M. Young. the motel for only a brief period, and ucated man it seems to me he DAVE SOREN B. J. SPECSthe legitimate, popularly derived

Testifying before the Senate Space that interest was only one-seventh of

Committee the past week Young sought 10 per cent

to make political hay by embarrassinghis The unavoidable conclusion' is that Atty. Gen. Kennedy And New HamDshire I

astronaut opponent. the Ohio senator tried to make politicaluse ,

1 Young testified that the Florida mo- of the motel matter because he 1 .

tE-lln which Glenn had owned a small feels that his position is seriously
By creased enormously since the President should not be have a voice in the sleui pathetic attitude
share was operating on a segregated threatened. (@Nets \Jork! Elm" assassination of President Ken- under toward him
put pressure by their of the man next in line for the and his
basis. said his the shot he fired at the JAMES RESTON and political future the
Young two of Negro Clearly, nedy that this sentimentis supporters to select a running presidency. tactics of his friends in New
constituents had been refused! serviceat astronaut who risked his life and be- CONCORD, H.-Attorney now expressing Itself in a mate at this time. The counter argument Is Hampshire have raised
the motel. catne an international hero has backfired General Robert' Kennedy is sincere effort to enhance the Many of the attorney gen 'that' even if this Is valid' all more the old charge that once the
getting Into an increasingly political future of the attorney eral's friends here, however, the other qualified men end
Kennedys start all
But there's another and quite different on the: senator. and political ac-
prominent embarrassing general
ere operating on the assumption not merely one should be given tivity with unfair
side to the story. We don't know whether ..stronlut'Glenn position in the competition for For example a baker's ap- that President Johnson an equal chance with 4heijotert This was what advantages.

The motel is not operated on a segregated is,better qualified than the incumbent the vice-presidential nomina- prentice named Paul Whitmaneven might not pick Robert ,r about John F. Kennedy was when said
United States tion on the Democratic ticket. showed at a Republican nedy Indeed, that he would
in the up
basis and hasn't ever been. One to serve he first ran for the presidency,
The Democratic governor of rally for Nelson Rockefeller prefer not to pick him and WHAT IS
thai : particularly unfortunate what
know was said
of the first guests was a Negro scientist. Senate. But We do strainingso New Hampshire John King again about
here last night with a therefore that It is necessaryto about the present situation Robert
The head of the corporation that hard to embarrass Glenn made the is now leading an cam- Kennedy when he was
'open large sign reading! : Close the create a political situation Is that it risks the pos l. appointed
owns the motel says that patronage is, senator ,look a little bit shoddy: especially paign to have the voters write leadership gap-write In Robert in favor of Robert Kennedythat [bihry of making the relations his brother attorney, and what general was said by

so heavy that it is often necessary to when, the registry at the motel In Kennedy's name In the vice- Kennedy our Presi- the President cannot Ignore (between the President std his about Teddy Kennedy when
presidential slot I on next !
turn away people who would be guests. shows that the motel is on an inte- week's state presidential dent still lives carry on with {attorney general even more he ran for the Senate.
pri- Robert Kennedy" And there Their argument-and a case drained than they have been
Among those who have been turned grated basis and has been all along. mary election ballot This may be unfair, but what
is some evidence that Republicans can be made for It-is that In at tfm s In the past, and thus is
away have been many white men high It is apparent enough that the sena- Almost all the other prominent as well as Democrats the present situation, with an tt may very well hamper rather throws the attorney here obviously

in the government and high in the scientific tor was making a desperate play for e will write In the Kennedy energetic president who has than enhance the attorney more Into the pit generalonce of controversy -
But have ; lrih name and may even embarrass 'suffered a severe heart-attack (general's chances of being
field.Negroes Negro votes in Ohio we an fltt and It is precisely
President Johnson by giving the selection of a,vice. president .
are registered at the motel .idea his- thrust at the astronaut is going .... '" .",. the attorney general more Is too serious a business picked[ Also just at the moment this reputation as an extremely

now and if the two Negroes from Ohio tot,cost him a lot of votes. Democrats'. In the state write-ins than the President merely to be left to the per- *, hen many of Robert Ken- amphibious character that and Is controversial his -

are now openly supporting the himself sonal choice of the President, tiedy's former critics had begun est barrier to the great
A THOUGHT-And when they had appointed elders for them in every church, with prayer move except the Democratic Second, the heart of the and that the people should te take a much more sym- litlcal office. highest po
and fasting, they committed them to the lord In whom they believed-Acts H:23LAKELAND national committeeman of the movement is In the state's ma- "
state Mayor Hugh Bownes of jor City: of Manchester a Kennedy
I Lacoma who feels that it Is stronghold where It was
LEDGER not only normal practice but started by a public relationsman Potomac' Fever
good politics and good man- named Robert Shame and
ners to leave President John- la supported by the City Committee -
son free of political whose backing is vitalto Goldwater Rockefeller
pressureto accuses of
OtRBNtlt*...,..l..., JOHN I..,,T)"u..o.COMflt v.III.. choose his own running the re-election of Governor unfair to Rocky to divert the little tots right conducting In the a baby-kissing campaign.' It'
Imperial Polk County ton PrM.Mtl CLIVf MU.H.MM"..Jr.. tIMt.......14..,.. mate. King. to sell them the TV A. middle of Barr: big pitch
I ..- ..... ..,,RN .!>. POM/ILL. A4v rt,.tiD <.. Nevertheless, the Democratic Third, there Is no evidence
World's Citrus Center 'rwUVI CMMlIt HUNT *
1. that Robert initiatedthe
: Kennedy
Iwi RLNARO HIAHilT ill apparatus here, as in New civil
tun MAnN... movement, but there Is no compromise on rights: Everyone, rrrardiesa or .
most states is largely con live eat race. creed or color
evidence either that he did can or the heavyweight boxing
trolled by pro-Kennedy men, become a" elective office. championship shan
All and almost all of them here anything before today to repudiate
Th LEDGER'S telephones : D.partments--686.1151 not only are following Governor it. and it Is probablytoo *
late now to do so An expedition to cross the North role
King's lead but are going on It Includes
IUlScalPTIOH RATS on television urging the Americans who'll go to any length to find that soot on the globe where some LBJ

On. v.., . . . $2010 0.. M.", . .. . $1.7 voters to do the same, and are THIS creates an awkward says we're a much people, '
situation, not for Presi- *
Si> M...... . . $1040; W..k . . ,... .40 organizing moderators ward in the leaden state and to dent Johnson but only for the either A Las gambler refuses to talk at* l.k. '

T.... M."'.. '.'. ;' $ f 20 Sunder Only" Y..r .. $710 stand at the polls Tuesday to possible Democratic vice- and his pals lake their cue from a World *rhIIB .,,lt Baker slogan bearing Baker
drum up a big Kennedy vote. presidential nominee Sen. may sink the ship of state. : Loole talk

,..U.... .ft..".... ..e.M $....><., ...4 se $v.4.y mcralnf ky LtkiliitJ NtvtMMr C.t,. Hubert Humphrey, Adlal E. *
SEVERAL points have to be Stevenson, Sargent Shriven Stock market tip: Buy Florida Coast_
.. -and have
L. "., '1..1... 1)102 East a blastf.
made about this. First, there and Sen. Ed Muskie of Maine, *
Is no doubt that sentiment for among others- U of whom CUlllus Clay reportedly t. a luper. lualim.. That'

t I I the Kennedy family has in- havsr'saken the position that the Negro is superior to the white maa-and Cll y Is super or to who both ot believes,them.


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L__ LAKELAND_lEJ)(; Sunday March. A IIM S-A
Rockefeller / Marital
Issue In OpenNEW ,- --- -- -

YORK (AP) Gov. low-up ofjfe si/policy, does sen, noting "she worked as r at sea while searching for prim I I-,\ First to Church -Then to Dinner
Nelson A. Rockefeller U meet. not men divor* specifically. maid In Rockefeller home." Iva: art specimens at New Gula -
Ing the marital Issue openly In I* WIW Shown A text accompanying the photographs in 1961.Rockefeller. i SUNDAY SPECIAL
a presidential campaign bro- said In part: Is In BAKED
chure carrying pictures of both Rock or I I/ shown In a Hamp-I
his fIrst and second wives. photog* on/he upper right "Haters of snobbery all ol ihlre, campaigning in the Republican
hand /er 0&age 17 with his the Rockefellers were delighted presidential preference Virginia i Ham C
Both photographs tire on the first won l/eir wedding day. when the governor's second son, primary to be held Tuesday 8 7
same page In the magaiine-type / Steven a student at Union Theological With Plnnppl Sauna, Cesdi.dYom.
publication called "The/ Nelson "FI ar age to Mary Tod NO ., luttirad Wholt Ktrntl'
Rockefeller Story." The 20 'huntdbl larl| of Philadelphia Seminary married a Corn, Hot Hold end Buster, TH,
contain numerous pictures pages of took Jcf flay after Nelson' pretty Norwegian girl, Anne Ma- NEW BRITAIN Conn. CAP) Coffoo s* Cok, D..rt.TBONE,
rie Rasmussen whom he met -A New Haven Railroad
from '" freight
gratjM/ Dartmouth
highlights In his life and
campaigns -
while she STEAKS
was working rain 991I
9 i sption. as a was delayed for two hours
XRockefeller's maid In his family's home, recently by an auto on the
t wire divorced In 1962
divorce front the
former af|1 wars of marriage "They also applauded warmly tracks. ,
Mary Todhunter Clark I
i the courage and convictions of Police, who towed the caraway
and his subsequent marriage toM te I(wer right hand corner I I
.... Margaretta Filler Murphy sh wn with his second daughter Ann's Episcopal Minster discovered that a motorst
hf husband the Rev. RobertL. had mistaken .he railroad
last year caused a political I Pierson when he was jailedfor roadbed for a parking area and SOUTHGATE
storm and was regarded as hurt- apPY as the present Mrs five days In Jackson, Miss, had left his car there while he DOWNTOWN
Ing his chancel of winning the efell* Is known and the with 12 other clergymen for went shopping. 2637 S. Flo. Are. 219 E. Mcin St.
Republican presidential nomina irnor were married In 1963," staging a protest racialsegregation"
caPt .. against -. __ __n__ _
tion.The Ctmpltt
governor decided monthsago ther Photos show Rockefell- Still other photographs range INSURANCE
to meet the Issue head-otv son.i the Rev, Robert from Rockefeller pushing a OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY
by taking his second wife wit rson, described In a captiona wheelbarrow to help clear flood SERVICE:
him on as many campaign top freedom rider and "the debris while he was a Dart' levier Upihsw, IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE
and other public appearances Wingl of Rockefeller's son, mouth student to his search for'' Inc. ?.2L?
,/possible The brochure a' e ven, to Anne Marie Rasmus his-son Michael- who was lost Ml S. Tntn. A... ..... IM-1111 LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU e-HJl

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era ..pi.l .f ,.......,.,h. of Co*. Notion A. ........11.. with his You .
prs.et..d Ie...... wi... which .,. Include a ........11.. com.Mis Shop at Penney's From 6 PM to 9 PM

kroclmro. At top h. h .h..." with his proMHt wife, H,ppr,
whom h. morrlod. hit ,..,. At kotfom ho is shows with hi. lint
wife, ho formor Mary TorfhuriUr
Clark of Phllooolphlo, on tholr
wadding day, Juno 21_ 1730. PAP Wlr.pk.to> /
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Northwestern South America
Investigation one of the first New World regions
explored by Spanish colonizers J
still contains vast areas
I To Continue that are virtually unknown to' ,. ,
outsiders. (

. Jn Bombings

I Police Chief Jamie Moore said
Saturday that city and Jefferson WITHTHE 1.I 1. i'
, County officers will continue In.'
vestigating the possibility that TIMES!
'. William Sterling Rosecrans is
connected with Birmingham racial ,<
q bombings. Aluminum Windows ere
proven highly satisfactory r
Rosecrans 10, an Indiana laborer
Is being held In St. Augustine end era being used r'
r In lieu of $25,000 bond I II on all types- of- new con. READY-MADE SLIPCOVERS '
on a federal charge under the struction.
I 1960 civil rights act. I

i He Is accused of bombing the
I home of a Negro first grader
who was the first of his race to V
enter an all.white school at Woven Fabrics Four Styles
Jacksonville. I) Special 17
Moore and Sheriff Mel Bailey at [
questioned Rosecrans Thursday. FOR SOFAS FOR CHAIRS I
An FBI polygraph expert saida CHAIR
Us detector test given Rose >r
crans Friday concerned the ; THROWS
Birmingham blasts was Inconclusive li
Moore said. I I 1295 to 2195 895 to 995

The thief said the expert want Awning Window 'e t ,
ed additional time to study Rose c 195

cran.' mental background and 4 styles 2-cushlon modern Woven fabrics 'In 4 sty leu
to review the polygraph charts t
made during a lengthy examin 2-cusMon T-type Modern
ation. I
Florida officers said lie detector V Hlde-a-bed Straight back Textured weave, 75/e cot-

tests cleared Rosecrsns of Daveno Cogswell ton, 25?o rayon. 2 sizes60"x72"and108"x72".AII '
Implications in dynamiting on tern
f the strike-bound Florida East e e Solid colors and prints. Washable. T-rype 1 ,
Coast Railway,_ i iI around i fringe
I Solid colors end prints. Washable. i

Lake Alfred i ul* w c*large it* l lrJ

.:w .- "
at Penney':'
City Commission Jalousie WindowReplacement

Plans MeetingLAKE Of It LITTLE CARD :- $ :I1fEs ': '

Present Windows THE TRICK C-' ,: :,,' i' 'I'It
ALFRED The lake' Made Without
Alfred commission will meet tomorrow Change Of
night at 7:30: to discuss
plans for a bath house and other Opening Size
Improvements for Highland.
Beach for Negroes City manager
Donald Hartsfield will present -
the cost plan for the t
The commission will discuss /
a possible property.swap with 1/
the Polk County School Board In 11.
which the school board would 1.....
secure needed land for the erection / / ;
of a school for Negroes.A 1 ?
request for permission to
erect signs directing travelers
to the city hall for informational
purposes will be requested by HorizontalSliderWindow
the Chamber of Commerce. I
Also on the agenda is a consideration -
for erection of a "for .I \l
sale" sign for a piece of prop-
erty that the city has placed on
the market.

White Denies House Hatcher PillowValues by-the-pair! >

Going To Togo i

White broadcast House report denied that Friday Andrew nighta ZIP-COVERED FOAM RUBBER FLUFFY DACRON POLYESTER "New! Soft, Light Fortrel'AT

T. Hatcher would resign as as-
sistant press secretary and be- Single Window Hung LOW PENNEY PRICES! NON-SLIP COTTON COVERSI Polyester Cotton-Covered ,
come ambassador to Togo.
Malcolm KUduff. another assistant PRECISION INGIMEERID I
press secretary HEAVY ALUMINUM '

when being"He Togo.HAVEN STRANDED Is"appointed asked not, Kan.resigning.about STRANGER.ambassador(AP the)He. report. is A.not.A to:.I I! FULLY PHONE EASILY ESTIMATES WEATHERS SECTIONS SCREENS IIMOVAILI FOR !till*!**!! 2 for $ 8 2 for $8 2 for $ 8 I : :9,

Bontrager of Haven said ha left
three five-gallon cans 'of gasoline FINANCINGMcGinnc

sons to beside pick a up highway and deliver for to hit a J Boys n t foam cradles your head gently It weighs a mere 20 ounces,but this soft fiber A big beautiful fluffy pillow, 20- x 26". filled

field where they were working ] bounces'back to its original neat trim shape fills a big 20 x 26"pillow 1 Long-wearing cover with 20 ounces of non-allergenic Fortrell l All
When the sons found the cans' without flu1Bn White' cotton covers zip off in blue-white stripe, floral print with white over floral print cover or choose prints with
one waa half empty.A I LUMBER COMP lor washing. 17"x 25*. back allover dainty print loUd white back.ROCKEFELLE. .
thoughtful stranger In need MU 6-3H1
had left 75 cents atop the baU 600 W. Mein S/ r .
empty can. I

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-ALAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday March 8, 1364 _ -
Johnson Says T x'f ---rn---
l w'
r II IIgresl

Fr m wfW 'Clnter"we Already Helping Waiibn
;tJ r..: :: li

,: Ji 'e' ll ':) Qa'OAi i In January a 197.S.billlon I he said.
I :. ; budget for the new fiscal year, He will\ addre the Clcl| of .At1L4

that begins :July I, laid that tOol the Organization of 'Vlcan !
I toil will be trimmed further by States March 16\i Was ton,
additional cuts In the federal Johnson went on. 4

Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation payroll. Johnson aid wo be
Johnson laid payroll estimates glad to explore tnk po'liry; rt drlr

STATION H. L. W. Palm Beach ....... 81 69 Knoxville ........... ... 57 40 Included In the budget will be of further wheat safes or Ag,

Daytona Beach ....... 75 48 Little Rock ........... 62 45 reduced by some 7,000 to pro term trade agreement wit e r

Ft. Lauderdale ....... 85 70 Baltimore ............. 60 32 Los Angeles .......... 60 44 duce an estimated annual saving Soviet Union. He sail ha t G TM. II
Fort Myers ........... 88 61 Birmingham ........... 54 50 Louisville.......... ... 66 51 of $42 million. of few things the Set:
Gainesville ............ 80 44 Charleston ............ 62 41 Milwaukee ......... ... 35 32 While the amount Involved Is has that this country n
Jacksonville .......... 73 43 Chattanooga ........... 54 42 Mpls. St. Paul....... 23 1 "but' It is a subject we w

Key West ............. 80 72I Chicago ............... 38 :14 Montreal............. 53 22 be willing to pursue."'
LAKELAND .......... 85 'H Cincinnati ............. 64 48 New Orleans .......... 82 62 :rt# t 1ill
Miami ................. 82 72 Cleveland ............. 55 38 New York ............. 5539: laid he think primary el
Orlando ............... 84 54 Denver ................ 27 13 Phoenix ............... 80 39 small iii re aUon to th'e'to'tal tlon are a useful way for .
I Pensacola ............. 18 52 Des Moines ............ 34 13 Pittsburgh ............81 35 budget. It was evident Johnson pie to express their opinionbut
St. Petersburg ........ 83 59 Detroit ................ 45 39 St. Louis ............. 43 35! was delighted with the result of he thinks a candidate fo

Sarasota .............. 88 58 Houston .......... 72 63 San Juan .............. 82 71 effort to curtail federal spen vice-president will be selecte
Tallahassee ........... 77 43 Indianapolis........... 46 38 Savannah ............. 70 39! ing. after the presidential comlne

Tampa ................ 86 53 Kansas City .......... 35 26 Washington ............ 62 37 Makes Announcement 'is picked at a convention and

ill recommendation Is) consi- ...11. hi ,tll. lack Mat af car lilt
Speaking rapidly In contrast DEATH SCINf-Anthony Allan Jackson 4, a I Bradley, was

I t with his usual slow paceof dered. when sin ......f..troI M talking Johnson opened his I pimp, and siemssiog! the Jackass vehicle '_dold.. The child was dead .* orrh-ol at I Lokel....

,. j ewal' wlr itrlarlI news conference with a series John Calvin al HDIIII'! a.,," era vondlna ajalnrt ..-.''d Elllio, 21, ol 42d S. Grady Av*.. Ukoland,

i of announcement lasting for 10 r of the car on the right. (Lodger Photo l, Hurchltoii/ )

+ minutes.He announced. first his designation Polk School
fr Nam
In Viet
e iS of Mrs. Johnson and former McNamara Arrives

President Harry S. Truman Trustee Diestwo

as his personal representatives I For Survey Of War Against Reds
at the funeral of King Paulof .
scholastic fraternities. Phi i
1 1< X American Greece.dignitaries. number, some of other of Kappa Phi and Sigma Pal. I. ,JN, Viet Nam (AP) The new reform plan was the pro-Vest South. The war ef

Greek descent also will attend. Mr, Calvin had served on the u.s -rotary of Defense RobcCt rushed to completion to how fort never good has deteriorated -

The President laid he was reappointing district welfare board and the llcNamara arrived Sun- McNamara. since the overthrow and killing \
board of directors of the Win- day'Jan the-spot surveyor
Walter Tobrtner as a and U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot of President Ngo Dinh Diemin
ter Haven Salvation Army the'algn against Communist -
Rabaat commissioner of the District or Lodge, looking grim greeted the military coup last Nov.
a n il of the Polk County Juvenile rlllal in South VietNam
Columbia. McNamara a* h* stepped off 12.

at a Johnson said he Is also reappointing Court.He was a member of the He In amid elaborate se- his U.S. Air Force jet accompanied The aim of McNamara's visit

Lawrence K. Walrathas First Presbyterian Church In curlty' (cautions as Premier by Gen. Maxwell Taylor, 1 II to find out what can be done
a member of the Interstate Nauy hash announced asweep chairman of the Joint Chiefs of to reverse the Communist successes. ,

,,,+ lifwrla aKa Commerce: Commission for a : Staff .
r ; mjM program to re--
seven-year term. He will serve 'f n" ""PJi.l"-!" ; vitalize government and In- Before McNamari's arrival Reform Emphasized
: ..
as chairman.He spire t* harderto Khanh broadcast detail of his
ople to fight
t8teigr 'I ,, also announced appointment Winter Haven and was an Army win new program. Khanh promised to perk up

I of James Robertson to the veteran of World War I. McNak sent here by Speaking on a national radio government war operations but
iaebtifA fseriertteNlerr NW Mditathrpn ofe L.wt reweete r Federal Reserve Board. Mr. Calvin was a retired nu- Preside*,hnson was to reevaluate hookup, Khanh said the U. S. laid heavy emphasis on land re-
chemist and former owner form and rural development-
Going On TV trition the ation to sea just war effort in this Southeast Asian
and operator of the Calvin what th |ed States must do, trouble spot Is unselfish and areas In which the Communists
Johnson said he would acceptan Tire Company. have made considerable propaganda .
in face 0|growing Communist reminded his people that Ameri-
Snow end mew shows will/ fall Sunday In portions of control plaint and upptr Miiiltilppl ..11., Invitation to appear on tele A native of Topeka, Kan., beflilcy.Detel l cans are dying for their free- headway to ease their
with rain and showers la fh. south ever rho southern plilni and Gulf cast "0'''. Snow"* b forecast vision next Sunday on a show ,Mr. Calvin came to Winter Ha- dom. victories In the South Viet Nam

for parts of Ida nartlitm and control Rockloi "hllo ,how." will b* moving' Into the Pacific to be taped next Saturday. The ven from the Dominican Republic U. S. Role I jungles and hamlets.

orthwnr laN in lha day. Santa rain else b likely In pares af ,h. middla Atlantic' coast 0'.'. (AP ground rule will be the came In 1941.Survivors His 'Judlt will largely determine A Fine Speech I Khanh said he planned to re

Wlnphota Map) as for a similar program of Include the widow, t Uture U.S. role "It's a fine speech," an American .,vise the entire government
I conversation with TV reporters Mrs. Lura Wharton Calvin of and, to a I extent, the outcome official said afterward. "If'structure with a view to decentralizing
ZONES FORECAST conducted by the late President 92' Ave E, NE; one daughter of ttfruggle.Florfa only someone had made It two' power giving rural of. .

,I AConsiderable cloudiness John F. Kennedy. Mrs. Charles Miltner of years ago we would have beenin Mais more authority. He added
and mild through Sunday night.A Johnson was beaming broadly Cadillac. Mich.; one son John a lot better shape today. I that he would replace "aged and

few showers likely mainly Sun as he faced reporters In the H. Calvin of Santa Barbara. GOP only hope it I II not too late." incapable civil servants withy
day afternoon. High Sunday 68 n White House East room for the Calif; three brothers, Paul H. Communist Viet Cong guerrillas -'young elements" and that they

to 74. Southeast and south winds 1 first new conference ever held Calvin of Lakeland Ben W In rnal have scored progressive would be put through a retrain-

12 to 24 miles an hour.B from there. He told of the appointments Calvin of Bay City Mich. and victories in Viet Nam divided ing program "to give them a
C Fair Sunday. Continued and then announced Dr. George F. Calvin of Oakland Into the Communist North ande revolutionary spirit"intuanetf
mild. High Sunday 75 to 80. Woof hcrcast ile was "very pleased at the Calif.; seven grandchildren FighLoorns
D Fair Sunday. Continued early results of the $115-billio and two great'grandchll-
mild. High Sunday 72 to 76 East =l Into law late last dren.
cut signed
tax tlce
Lakeland will\ have fair and : the people Nixon asked
to southeast winds 8 to 13 miles month. Funeral arrangements are In- I IRITES
an hour.E mild temperature today, according White House mall has been complete. They will be announced Secretary elite Tom Adams

F H Fair Sunday. Continued to the U.S. Weather Bu E :.Y. running 10 to 1 In favor of the by Ott-Laughlin Funeral to remove\ .hlame from the
baliof.Battaglia'i J|
mild. High Sunday mid reau's forecast. Winds will\ be tax reduction Johnson said, Home.
80s. East to southeast winds 8 to from the southeast at from 3 to en to. and the stock market has reflected I he lack of Republican FOR MR. EDWARDS day, were held yesterday morning
15 miles an hour.o the upswing of business cariltes indicated AUBURNDALE;"- Funeral at the Gentry Morrison
:J K Fair Sunday. Con- 13 mile an hour and humidity \ I optimism. The Dow-Jones indexof Child Dies the party wa centratlng on services for David J, Edwards, Chapel.

tinued mild. High Sunday around will be moderate. A maximum H I Industrial shares he noted. legislative seaUtead. 76, of 619 Walnut St., Auburn- The Rev. Dolphus Wilkes,

80. Easterly wind la to 20 miles reading! of 83 degrees Is fore- has moved from 711 on Nov. 22 As Parked The slate OM by Battag- dale, who died Wednesday were Baptist minister of Palatka,
lla who Is Rican
an hour. icait.Kidnapers National '
"" -the day he took office to a held' Saturday afternoon from officiated and burial, under direction
record 808 Friday. the Berea Baptlrt Church with of Gentry-Morrlion'1s.

Of Sinatra w. eta.QII" That represents a $45-blllio Car Is Hit the Rev. T. F. O'Steen pastorof neral Home was In Lakeland
It increase In the value of share the Skyline Baptist Church, Memorial Gardens.

I traded the President said. to die in Polk County automobile Committeemaa. )0rkU, fur Lakeland, officiating assisted
Convicted 2 Given Lifeferred A. :J. Aldrich. of the
; Johnson announced he signed accident this year. ther confused It !ready puzzling by pastor I GEORGE BIRKLEY
Berea Baptist Church and the
an executive order Saturday Traffic charge are pending GOP Interior.-.
for about 10 minutes In Amsler, like Keenan, be sent to PrestigeIs creating a committee for the i against Ronald Ellison 21, of Officials huddl! determine Rev. Floyd Johnson, pastor of George W Birkley, 69, of 105

the courtroom. the Springfield Center for Psychiatric preservation of the White 426 S. Grady Ave., Lakeland, if Nixon' rea.u\\ could be the Dixie Highway B a p 1111 I West Lake, died yesterday
Attorney M o r r 11 Lavine, Prize In House. He said Mrs. John F. driver of tile runaway car granted. And wlWy won't Church. 'morning at his residence aftera
speaking for his client. Amsler, Study Kennedy was the principal moving according to State Highway decide before Moi. the general Burial was In Auburndale Memorial long illness He was a native
aid he would present groundsfor Made Phone Call N. force in this matter for the Patrol. Ellison underwent sun feeling was t a Park. Kersey Funeral of Ashland City. Tenn., and

a new trial after Amsler was Irwin did not participate In Hampshiredent past several years and should gery last night for multiple :could be found to kx0n[ out Home was In charge. came here In 1955 from Nashville .
sentenced to life plus 75 yean, the actual physical abduction of serve on the seven-mam lacerations and possible head legally. He was a retired
on aU six counts. Sinatra from his Lake on a spot In the choice of bet committee. injuries, Among those q log for RITES FOR MRS. HOWARD i operator of a dry cleaning es
young a running mate but King then the WINTER HAVEN Funeral tablishment. Mr. Birkley, was
Amsler got five years on count ,Tahoe motel room last Dec. 8, Lower Celling Also Injured legislature we pUblican '
replied it is too late to stop the candidates seeking services for Mrs. Elizabeth ,a member of the Lake Wire
one- to the but did make the demands of the
conspiracy kidnap telephone movement. The President said he will Also Injured In the accident 22 Senate teat and Metzger Howard who dlad Church of Christ.
victim the California- that Frank the 112
across Sinatra Sr.
Nevada line forrlf hisson' If any definitive results came notify Congress on Monday that were Anthony' brothers GaryV. House seats up for on. Thursday will be held tomorrow I He Is survived by his widow.
imprisonment pay $240,000 safe ransom for out of the Republican primaryIt he hal established new and lower .. 2, Timothy L., 3, and Terry Even this was no large- at 10 aim at St. Paul's Mrs. Cassie E Birkley; one

:: .-' return. would be at the expense ofconsiderable employment ceilings! format Bernard 15 months who scale attack comps th the Episcopal Church with the Rev 'daughter Mrs. E. M. (Delores)
j ,, 'iii i Jury deliberations took 6 hours government a g e n c I Ie I. were all seated In the front last campaign betas Cyril N. Stump rector, officiating Ivey, Lakeland; one brother
rg!. .. },, and 51 minute will .. ough Samuel
; economies
These and other Birkley of
:r'; more Republicana we Franklin
The first verdict guilty on 0", eking
; tf reduce his budget < Burial will\ be In Lakeside Memorial Tenn.
,. .or; .. enable him to t'r Legislative office this the ; one sister, Mrs. Cora
his natural life on count two-'all six counts-was read to Keenan I'l' estimates by nearly $42 million, f\l t6 nl' Legislature had rearjlV I Park. Friends may call Lee Billlngsley Greenbrlar.

the actual physical abduction by who sat up rigid In his itself, increasing its' -nod at the chapel today from S until Tenn.; three grandchildren and
patience on the ate
gunpoint and 20 years each on chair while his face reddened. seat of the parked car when 9 p.m. one .
counts three four and five -, He showed no other emotion part of individual voters Theyare Rights Bill Ellison'\ car crashed into it, seats by three and Its 1 by Mrs. Howard was a native ol Services great grandchild.will be held Tuesdayat

aiding and abetting Irwin In His father a stockbroker, was asked to pick 14 convention and Anthony Patarakus of 840S. 17. Wilket-Barre Penn., and cameto 2 o'clock at The Duke-

making three ransom demands In the courtroom a* a spectator delegates and 14 alternates Florida Ave., companion of Bryant Delighted Winter Haven from Bedford, Steen Funeral Horn. Burial

by telephone to the elder SI- He dropped his head as the verdicts -from five different slates Including i Fight Opens Ellison's. Gov. Farris Bryant curl|In Penn, In 1931. She was a writer will be In Lakeland Memorial
t natra. were read against his son one uncommittedgroup. Authorities a t Lakeland 'of novels, them "Before
among Gardens Friends
a long line of Democrats t| d may call un
I Amsler a handsome shellfish Tomorrow General Hospital listed the The Sun Goes Down."
til 9
Ill More Yean the top office wa del d o'clock tonight and .to-
They could choose their
diver took his verdict non- condition of the Jackson children
guilty with the situation. He loot She attended St. Paul'! Episcopal morrow night.
On count six, Amsler got 10 stoically. He glanced sideways binding presidential preference who are being treated .I Church
the lack of
yean for receiving, possessing:at Bette, his 20-year-old expectant from among Goldwater Rocke- captain the Dixie teamsListerHill for' lacerations abrasions and on Republican She Is survived by a son
and disposing of the ransom wife.Ship eller, Sen. Margaret Chase D-Ala! Allen J. EllenderLi. possible brain concussion a* didate as "a great tribui" John Franklyn (Lynn) Howard RITES FOR MR. NEWBY

money. Smith R-Maine, Harold E. > ., and :John Stennls D- satisfactory" and said Pat- the Bryant administration.he ,of San Jose, Calif, and two Funeral services for :JosephA.
addition said
The judge could have under Stassen, once governor of Min Miss. arakus who suffered multiple grandsons, both of San Jose. Newby 829 Johnson Avenue.
the law added $35,000 In fines To nesota and a local entry In that year Johnson ran the laceration, was In "fair" "showed discernment on the who died Thursday were held
Try Senate around the clock for six of the Republican of the
to the
penalties for both Keenan condition. WILLIAM L. EULLER yesterday afternoon at the Gen-
and Amsler. But he didn't. Arctic PassageTORONTO NewsCartoonist days and nights but finally The children' mother Mrs. Florida prospect for their" party William Leonard Euller. 72. of tTV- Mnrrilnn Than*.!'
Tampa called a halt when Southern resistance this year. -ThnR"jl ;
Irwin did
not receive his sentence Lucille Lewis Jackson of PO Holiday.Mobile Park Home, E. Anderson
Immediately. Mrs. Gladys (AP) A 107-foot Dies hawed no signs oeakenlng. Box 622, Bradley was a help. But If reluctant Republican to w' ed Friday night at his restnee. minister of visitation for
apparently s
Towle Root his counsel asked Canadian vessel the Northland less spectator of the tragedy. each other and take e He was a native of the First Presbyterian Church
for a pre-sentence report which Princess will try to make the Whit This year Democratic lead She had reportedly left her fighting iffalo, N Y.. and came here officiated. Burial will be In NewCastle
(AP-Georg the Democrat
will take some five or six weeksto first two-way crossing of thearctic' ers have said they will not revert car to attend to an errand in Democrats Wf c years ago from Lewlston Ind.
e3 whose editorial {
cartoon appeared to round-the-clock not afraid to tangle amo
pressure the EllIJon'Iapeedln.ledan
prepare. gas station Y. Mr. Euller
Northwest was a retired
Passage this
tha front of the for
on page themselves state legist
Judge East greed to the summer In skidded off the essman for the Moore Busts
an attempt to show Tribune for 30 -
Tampa nearly live *.
delay.The commercial sea traffic could be years died Saturday. from Pant Ont : busy lot. highway and across the It was post a fortunate senator Forms Co. He was a mem- I AMBULANCE
judge recommended that of
feasible. r the Grace Evangelical
White had been away from representative Indeed who e
work for several weeks with a Hill whose team will lead off Reported Speeding caped the qualifying period wit theran Church and the BUf'l SERVICE

heart condition. He died at his for the opponents of the bill Ellison was allegedly driving cut drawing an opponent. Masonic Lodge, No. 846.I of y.w phone Ml,
home In nearby Oldsmar.He told a reporter this should at around 95 miles per 4 Escape Opposition I II survived by his widow, every hour of HMlht
Now All tha la survived by the widow, make It easier for his side. He lour, Patrolmen estimated Adelaide M. Euller; three I and day
power In the 22 Senate seat bell era, Mrs. Catherine Pagel,
Mrs. Emily White; a son, Wallace estimated one team could and had
sideswiped a pickup
you need for + .,. C. White, Dover N. J.t a two dayi Instead of for 24 truck he had passed on the filled, only Sen*. Charley Johns. Palo, Mrs. Eva McGilton,
of Starke. Verle Pope of St. Augustlna alo and Mrs.
I claarhaarlnglwith sister, Mrs. August Doll Tam. hours a* In the 1960 fight right hand side when hit car Caroly Bray,
and George Hollahin of t Aurora. N. Y.; one broth-
the new utSet went out of control. The 1958
Funeral Humphrey Confident MiamI, and Senate candidate targe Euller East
services were scheduled I Ford sedan which had left Aurora 417 N. Ma**. Av*.
for Nevertheless Sen. Hubert H. Jerry Thomas of Palm Beach several nieces nos'
Iod -e- the road to pas the truck Phone MU 6-213
White was born at Grand umphrey, D-MInn, DemocratIc driven by Arnold J. McEverof got by without a race of anykind.

Rapids, Mich.. and went to public whip who will manage the Plant City, wa reportedly oral services were ached- .
schools In Kalamazoo, Mich. bill for his side, has voiced confidence zigzagging when It hit the Then wDl be 13 fewer seats for last night at the Heathrat

so mall your friendswon't before coming to Tampa with that the measure will center median '(trip and then than In the 1961: regular Legislature Chapel. Burial was to
becius 13 middle sized Buffalo N. Y.
his family in 1915.
notice It I get through. bounced off the right side of Dukes Steen
counties lost one seat each In the
-- the road Into the gas station.
January reapportionment.
Th now Bvoaad "''d.. behind Modula Circuit (Patent Finding) Patrolman a I d Ellison
your ..r. wala'o Uw thin a and 0&... it la the Srniud. a PreEatterPERMANENT skidded 420 feet. The sedan These were moved to the larger ral services' for Mrs. Era Funeral Home
counties In an effort to meet fed- ink 54, who died ThursTHOR -
,wart<< of sa euscei. marvel of minlituriulloa, to tiny which crossed the service area
to the uuUlMt behlad.tIIH' of the Shamrock station in eral court requirements on reap-
II many of iU part malt bo WMmbladundtr
hosting oil '- has ever pro. t high.powor mJ !IOICOpe. -OF- a diagonal path slammed over portionment. ON 310 S. Florida
diMML Yet tt d.Uvon natural bri. Coma in sow tar your FREE a concrete pedestal and When Sen. DQworth dark of
seat sound Owl you mini try lo* aloctronio boating teat and a poroonil ( &U smashed a gasoline! pump be- Jefferson County completes his SMORIALrHOME Phone
younaltBdtono'. mocitntlaa of the all.new fore hitting the 1955 Pontiac current term after the 1963 Legislature -] 11.3:lJ n." A,*, MU 2-3123
oaftaoorbif Un Hu Bilious S.,.stud.. Tboro'l no obUlUon .- J ARRANGEMENTSAt sedan containing the children. he will drop out his it I.WMII *sH*
produced Ibo aouulBg sew Micro ( ol any IdsdlJJCQ district will be abolished and the' ambulanca **rvlc. I
Deputy I* Witness would be' ..... ..
reapportionment plan -" ""' -. ,
I _
Drastically Reduced PricesWILLIAM'SFLOWERS Polk County Deputy Sheriff fully In effect with 43 senators I 1-

lay (envoi** Dfifrfiufor Roe Markham who had just and 112 representatives.R .

/D h_ "s, gotten Into his cruiser, which EATH FUNERAL CHAPEL ,
was parked In front of the station REASONS Alf
said he heard the shriek- CAIRO (AP) Interviews Parhiog Lot
207 E. Lemon St. Ph. 632-3450 leg tire of Ellison's car and with eight National Assembly AMBULANCE SERVICE
1043 S. Florida Day Or Evening MU 6-1641 looked up to tea the car rocket candidate who favor birth con IFOSTIR E. HEATH, Funeral Director
by and hit the parked car. trol showed they had 52 children.i JTIngrehom' Phone 6820111I


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1 1 ,1 Dallas Mayor Comments On Bizarre Jail Escape I

DALLAS Tex (AP>-"Youcan't walk Tit abductor had what'when word got around that Os shot Oswald down at City Hall "They knew that officers Four of the escapees were recaptured .

win them all," comment,,looked like a pistol In the'woman' 'wald would be transferred from on Nov. 24.Crowd. wouldn't start shooting at them shortly after the breakA
In that hallway filled with innocent fifth was apprehended early I
ed Dallas Mayor J. Erik Jons- back. I the city to the county jail. The Not Aware I spectators and newsmen,"I Saturday. Two remained at
he reflected The Incredible scene beneaththe I transfer was delayed, and Ruby
t son on Saturday as Most persons In the crowded I I depuy sheriff said. large,
on Friday's bizarre escape of windows of the Ruby trial courtroom Friday knew nothingof

seven prisoners front1' the county courtroom wai less than a block Mrs. Kennedy the bedlam in the hall causedby
Impel alt' building where Jack Ruby from the Intersection of Houston the break. Court proceedings DELICIOUS U 1 '

.{ lion trial. and Elm street*-where rifle Notes were not Interrupted.The SELECTED:
bullets killed President John F. IronyCARACAS courthouse speculation
The took
spectacular Jailbreak
By Carroll (Righter Kennedy on Nov. 22. Saturday centered on the probability DINNERS q
I place a* the trial was ,In session, A person In the sixth-floor Venezuela (AP-. that the escapeeswield.Ing \ I."51
and lei {the fleeing prisoners I window of the Texas School Mrs. John F. Kennedy writing a fake pistol and a lethal .. .$1.40..:.
DI.ft. W..fLn.r
directly by the courtroom door,, Book Depository would have of President Kennedy's lean I 1 knife fashioned from razor :.Nf.In.IW. Mladi M. ,
It to terrified a pregnant strlf, had a ringside view of Friday's for the life of Venezuelan President blades-seized on the general *' table* ant brt>) i DwMrtaINSTANT buttofivwftOM
Sunday, March 8, ZM4 lows up on natural Inclinations teaser waiting to testify that shi I action. It was from this window Romulo Betancourt, sale I I confusion created by the Ruby Ala, c.,..
GENERAL TENDENCIES: collapsed. that Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly "How strange It Is-I nave r trial to execute the break. SIMVICI ICONOMICAL DINING
to be in
You are loaded with oppor business, particularly One Block shot Kennedy. thought anything like this couli C.. ,...... ./. .. and a ..,... ....."..,
tunity today to get the vision In real estate, prop- Away Lawyers were opening the happen to him (her husband).'1'I CITY TRANSFER CO. ...N M.. TUKwooe eeoer
and the imagination you need erty and the like. Send to the Sidewalks outside the tour t case for Ruby .* the escape be- I The presidential palace released
1 718 W Lemon St.I .
at the services or studies of finest college possible for building resembled movie sets I gan. The state wants to execute Friday Mrs. Kennedy'!;it adet
MU 4-4711 (
TtLpHoiM e4t4aT4.C
your choice to bring to others specialization with an eye to as a horde of sheriff's deputies I Ruby for his slaying of Oswald reply to a letter of condolence!,I MOVING 7/fe
a plan whereby ycu and they forming large corporation gingerly trailed an escapee tryIng .. on Nov. 24. I from Betancourt, himself thi e' t.cl end Lent Dlitanc
can have greater growth and and taking on great develop to gain freedom by waiklni A milling crowd had gatheredon It target of several assassination 1 I We Civ 41 Cm Stamp 1731 UkihnJ Hills Blvd. (Sine* 140))
development in the things that ments. a woman b 8tage down the tide. the tame sidewalks Nov. X attempts. en LNN M.... Oral.
actually count in life
Show you are a devoted follower

ARIES (March 21 to April -
rt x. r- .
19) Raising your level of consciousness a .s..w
' through fine classics
or listening to great
preacher is fine now. Be ac
tive. Today's contact can
bring great abundance In the

future.TAURUS (April 20 to May it&US&tl'tlt

20)) You have excellent Intuitive
perception today and
should be by yourself for a
while to get best results. Get k
l and
new Ideas well catalogued In sa
' your mind. Show precision,
GEMINI (May 21 to June
21) Getting together with allies
and helping them to get
1s.. tits;
their wishes Informally today ,, >owiw d9
will augur well for ,the fu
ture. Listen carefully to what a rx rrs t-R' I t
they say.later. Voice own ambitions 11 ri

+ ,
22 to July 21) By carefully
serving others, as is your duty
you gain great good will i and
benefits I in the future. Be an
.Inspiration to others by truly

sweetness.living the Golden Rule. Show i .. Jf Instant decorating

LEO (July 22 to Aug 21)
Don't be afraid to think and 6sa is so cusp with Con-Tact
plan big and confide In those
who can be helpful to you. Becharming a
with everyone. Con-Tact Is the self-adhesive decorative plastic that lets you work mir
Generosity of spirit and an
enlightening manner bring fine celts In minutest! Just cut, peel backing, press on. Use It to cover

results.VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) shelves, walls, table tops to protect splash areas, to decorate canisters ti

You require more substantial and cookbooks. Line dresser drawers and closets, make place mats
assistance from relatives and
can diplomatically convey and book covers. There's no end to Its uses 1 Washable, waterproof, Son!.

this now. Then make fine S '1e.{ itd tiled In over 80 patterns! \ 8" wide! 49< yard.
plans for the future. Invite ; 'i .,
friends In for the evening. ,Jf '. }.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) ....... .. '"
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Going directly to highly spiritual I I'I" .......", ....'
persons and asking questions ;'z; i- '
is best way to find solace H. It Con.Tact pleated trim

now. Be broad-minded. ihelf' idglng\,,' IEEI''t3fl4illT# \.l
Improve your life by accepting
established dogma precepts. IDe I ',' ) :
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. yard
21) You must raise your levelof II
consciousness If you truly : i Adhesive backing decorates
want to expand. The Source of r shelves" cabinets; and closets
all Abundance Is great TuneIn
for the ideas that will place I
you in your rightful sphere.

Dec.SAGITTARIUS 21) You must(Nov.be 22 more to .,rr.r.--___ __.......-.....--......-....."'

practical In your approach '" ,, '
Instead of harping so much on < : l I
philosophical angles. Then you ( .eel '"- __ H
Attend ser
get right results. 9 f't .
vices then off to see the right t yr .>
deluxe II
people.CAPRICORN. (Dec. 22 to I i the easiest fastest way

Jan.' 20) Having your feet on steel 50-pc. It t to open a can is with 1
the ground is best way to get ;
ahead In the future. You la I
Take flatware sets SWINCAWAYpowerpiercing
now have much vision. t" I Iy I
health treatments, dress nicely -
and off to social functions ..+ electric I

of worth. in choice of 3 patterns
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. can
19) While helping others is
usual concern on Sun flatware In choiceof
your Deluxe forged stainless a 9.99
days, think of your own wants
and desires now. Others you 3 patterns, each pattern a distinctive accent It s' L
have helped will assist you <, ROSE'e The completely effortless way to open cons.
BOW. Get Inspiration from attending for your tab I.. Forget about stains -STRATO Simple to operate, has long-lasting gear

services, irio forget about polishing stainless steel driven cutter, convenient cord storage, andIs
PISCES (Feb. March .1 easy to keep clean. Whit. with chrome
20) Look to new friends for flatware Is the most care-fre. trim.
the assistance and favors you bN \

need hobbies at together this time.later.Enjoy Be you can own. '114 1i magnetic can opener

on q
send invitation
time sure for you group functions lateron. 50-pc. service for 8 includes compare at 3.98

IF. YOUR CHILD IS BORN $ dinner forks 16 tMipoonsS fry 1 sale! 2.98So

TODAY be wire early to salad forks > Kip ipaonsI easy to use end keep clean mountson

show that you are more than fol- knives 1 lugor shell wall and swings out of the way when not
willing that he. or 1 butter stile 4" In use. Choice of white, yellow or sandal-

FEC AsksCourt wood.

To "Stratcrose"/

Modify Order 50-pc.' 19.99 service for 8 "VALQR"r ndii I

District Judge Bryan Simpson
refused Saturday to reconsider .'
or modify his order directing the "Valor"
Florida East Coast Railway to

re-Instate prestrike union work 50-pc. service for 8 crusher
rules. ,, table-type ice
The ran line has until March 19.99 16xd d
22 to carry out the order, hand- ,
ed down Monday. FEC attorney 9.95
Indicated they will appeal. I \
The court's decision came in
a suit filed by the Brotherhood. 1. "Calcutta" The easy way to crush Ice for all your favorite ;d
of Railroad Trainmen. The labor summer drinks! Coarse or fine crushing J I
Is not one of .1 :* 5o.; service for 8
organization ; ; available In a wide choice of colors. :
eleven non operating unions r'
strike Jan. 23. 19.99 I
which went on
: ms t /
10.28 A
196J. In a dispute over a '.'* with a plJ tbonyts plottlc en handles) y
cent an hour wage Increase. n-- I'
the trainmen CAL'CUT TA's 7J".
The FEC has argued t.. I ....
are on strike because I Its ... YOU MT NO MOil AT
members have refused to cross '., .1 I MAAS II 0 IN II So AND
pickets Mats' Housewares +
let 911AIJTT alaviclsSHOP
also refused to t "MUS' .
aside a temporary Injunction I
ulng In effect any changes In I Its I \
work rules as they existed priorto
Nov 2, 1939. .'



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Sunday I !I ___ I

II Venezuelan President To End Term M Along The RidgeBy


By PAUL H. FINCH stormy years President RomulCARACAS o Wednesday as the first democratically tlon front most of the Western Bureau
.(AP-After five')Betancourt_ will step down I elected chief executive -world. Yet he Is most proud of Ledger Ridge j12.I141WINTIR
In Venezuelan history to lIS l'l.w.ter Drive. P. O. I.. 4SJ Teispheee
I social
I what h feels were the HAVEN< .
finish a term. reforms his administration Inl-
' Get the use of the best I "We may lead a more quiet Hated especially in education.
life." his Costa Rican wife Car '
1\ Success
without capital Parade
investing working men says. "But I don't believe Private Lift Sought Citrus

that much." Now Betancourt sounds eager bathed Winter Haven in sunshine .
The weatherman
[13&[ @ I Nor does anyone else think for private lire yesterday for the 40th annual Florida Citrus
stern and pugnacious Betan "I want to walk through the i Exposition parade and the estimated 50,600 people
court who was 56 on Feb 22. streets of any city, pause and V who viewed the Hi hour extravaganza found It to
NEWTYPEWRITER I will quietly retire. He says he look in itore windows go In and '
will rest but his Inactivity Is expected buy a newspaper or a book" he The liking.parade was the kickoff for the actual exposition -
to be only temporary.. says. Betancourt has not entered .
which opened before paradewas
I Common Man Status Sought a movie house for five
Lake Silver
t Qy t half over The area
ye n. H viewed his favorite a
I "After five years that have cowboy shows and comedies on was immediately jammed with fun-
been rough and difficult and a special screen In the backyard d seeking grownups and kids.
preceded by a long exile I want of his heavily guarded The exposition grounds are quiet
to recover my condition as a home."I a i today but tomorrow is All Florida Day
common man" Betancourt has have to rest and recover and at 7:30: Monday night the new Miss
said. physically from work and even ,, k' Florida Citrus Queen will be crownedat
I UTS E ASF I Rough and difficult are modest -from the aftermath of my hand Nora Mayo HalL The pageant startsat
OR AS I adjectives He had only a wounds" Betancourt said "I 7:30: p.m.Tuesday.
,'50.50 survival chance when he think I should rest Incognito for is Florida Citrus Processors -
PER MONtN took office In 195 amidst constant -some time to see and study' ; Day with a dinner for that groupat
street riots In a nation I want"Betancourt he
,what 7 by invitation only.
whose history is filled with mil-! plans a three- rv lr Wednesday will be topped off with CARROLL ple

itary He weathered dictatorships.plots and revolts month trip to Britain France i the 9 p.m. Coronation Ball at Nora Mayo Hall with' I
from both right and left Italy and some Arab republics a formal dance on the agenda The tickets are $MOper
probably leaving. at the end of
aimed at overthrowing his government person.
A 1960 bombing killed March. Fresh Fruit Day at the exposition is Thursdaywith
5 dinner slated for the Fruitmen at the
his military aide; Betancourt'shands a p m.
You buy Royal typewriters
can are still feeble from REVERSE ACTION National Guard Armory.The .
outright, of course But you can rMPecs. burns. WASHINGTON (AP) The Governor Citrus Luncheon is set for Fridayat
also lease them Leasing gives I Betancourt's battle to stay In Congress of the U.S. In 1916 gave Nora Mayo with Gov. Farris Bryant scheduled to 1
you the full use of any number ofRoyalsManual power and resist a terrorist war the Boy Scouts of America a a speak. The governor 'speaks at 12:20 p.m. and only J Iv
or Electric- __ __ __Y_'+_ openly sponsored by Fidel ,charter that among other things' i the Citrus Exposition members are to be admitted 01'\'\
without having to invest working Castro of'Cuba attracted' atten. empowered them to charter I free. All others will have to be invited 1e
capital needed elsewhere other Scouting organizations units. to sponsor The Future Farmers take over for their day on e4 th

A Royal Typewriter Lease and .___ HEMORRHOIDSFiiiuret I The Scouts recently returnedthe Saturday, They along with the 4-H youngsters will
Maintenance plan for 1 or more mcmus charteringthe enjoy themselves. The Florida Club Ball is to be held ,
typewriters can be arranged to meet your needs Call us today, Fistulas and i: Congress of the U.S. to sponsor MISS LAKILAND CONTESTANTS+-TMse. girls hire intend at 9 p.m. by invitation only. ge
other Rectal Disease I an Explorer post for pageboys the Miss Uk.l.nJ Casuist, tth.rful.rf' fr April I end 4, which tm
successfully treated by I In the House of Representatlvei will ho tptnw.4 by the L.V.I.nJ Junto Chmk .f Commtrct.
NON-SURGICAL I Thy era. Ana '.1", It, Uft 422 Old Mulberry geed> end M.rtk. Last Year In Town
LAKELAND TYPEWRITER methods. !' Card Rowe II, .f 121 N. TtnMUM Awf. Will...' will _.1.! .
lOUt TICKET TO .. ... .... + This Is the final year for the exposition to be heldat
I tree trip M Noses .I.th. ',1. ( ..>!> Ry Huh"l
NO LOSS OF TIME the present site in the Lake Silver area. Next q
& SUPPLY CO., INC. IMPORTED 1'00DS'i I. the exposition will be held on a 16-acre site near lake or

122 S. Tennessee Ave. Phone 686.3167 DR. EARLE RABB ./ilcY.ry ..farPsII i itICM THE BEST APARTMENTSIN Lulu. ,
CLINIC. N.D. TOWN ARE ADVERTISED IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED The city Is taking over the buildings on Third p
Lakeland, Florida ,i. CV 1.41M W nW MX** I ,.. simen came SECTION CHECK THEM NOW! St. Northwest where the exposition is housed now.
u e N rwA
I - The city will also take' over a $17,000 mortgage on
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newiIli $29,000 to help plans for relocating.
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND ,' The city commission is exploring the idea of

,. ..,.,. : \ housing the fire and police departments and the jaiL
,,! ': at the site as soon as they decide to remodel the *
buildings for such a
"I 'fjJ
"" '
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: ( .I'
: JI'I \ I Queen For A Day
4" ,t t tr .' : .' / ., .
Jack Bailey the congenial master of ceremoniesfor
9}. (It,', 4 the TV show, "Queen For A Day" has arrived in
Winter Haven to stage the show for live showing
The show will be taped at Nora Mayo Hall on March I
'I.. "' "! : 9-12 and will be telecast nationwide. N
'' ., Seats for the shows have been exhausted and the
2,200 people who see the show "live"' should consider

'' themselves lucky in that the request for seats were
I I BROTHERS 1 I,' coming in at two bushel baskets a day. bh

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i Fireworks Every Night nred

With the exception of tonight the Citrus Exposition 'lsu
officials have plans for fireworks nightly over
Lake Silver. This is an added attraction and more
\ beauty for the show.
The James E. Strates midway show has been set
up and offers a real circus atmosphere for the ex.
position. "
," Politicians In Farade

x ,4\ Many of the candidates for the governorship of
II Florida took the opportunity to ride in the citrus pa.
rade and to be seen by the voters along the parade

addition to the candidates for governor, the
politicians seeking re-election or election to the various .
state offices were also seen in the parade and
talking to the people in general


\ Public Safety Building

1l37:; t J2- The present Public Safety Building on Sixth
t'' Street Northwest has been condemned in its present
t t'r condition worth.and the cost- of renovating it would exceedits

look closely this Is truly a furniture "buy" for lIoU-! substantial An oil amount company for has the already building offered and if they the city make a

I the purchase will.erect a gas station at the present
modern 'bedroom site.
4-pc. *
4 w. group The city may, however, decide to seek another
compare at 22995 location and put up a brand new Public Safety Build.
ing for the fire and police departments, the jail and
the records department. The municipal court room
:: Sale 178 be now relocated on the second floor of the PSB will also have to

l .' (matching night stand . . 34.88)) *

+ Come see this outstanding bedroom furniture offer! Modern in every detail, City Manager C. C.' (Cliff) Ryan believes that
with clean straight lines, warm walnut finish, and matching: plastic tops all of the city buildings should be bunched together
that are mar and stain resistant. Furniture that'blends so well with your I in the vicinity of the new city hall on Third Street,

home that will add a "rich" touch: to your bedroom! Group includes 52" I which is buildings.right next door to the present Citrus Exposition

drawer double dresser, 28x40" framed plate mirror, 4-drawer chest, and ,< The city commission is divided on what to do,
twin or full size bed. but it is certain that all of the commissioners are for
progress and a brighter newer place for the firemen '
and police They are also for saving money and
should the citrus buildings on Third Street be used
'" remarkable low relocating the departments the savings will be
famous quality at a price visable.

'. swap Parking is a big problem at the corner of Cen k
:: : Stearns and Foster tral and Sixth Street Southwest where the Public
; ( Safety Building is located. When the structure was
.,t Extra-firm "Ortho-Posturs" mattress or box spring available built it was a city hall Traffic was not as heavy and
I"lea' I I-'t \ \ TUFTLESS the city was smaller
I for the first time in your choice of TUFTED or The fire department has trouble getting through

) '; ttyltt. the traffic enroute to burning homes and business
; \
'; structures not to mention
: _" ,,, compare at 59.95 rescues. The firemen try J
above the
sleep city Jail and the prisoners often
are talkative or off-key if they decide to sing a few
Sale! 38.88 bars of Sweet Adeline." The firemen also have little
r e in their office and leisure
f ._ f room. They have to
far too close to their
mattress or box spring twin er full size sit television screen and the
:windows are too high for good ventilation.
.rt *

Deluxe Stearns and Foster J;r< Long Way To Go

"Ortho.Posture" mattress or box spring, ,Even after the city'commission has made a decision
ay3r 5n"" r'+ 9>' In gold damask ticking: on where to put the police, the firemen, the
prisoners and the municipal court room and the records
48.88 department, it will be a year or more before
the move is made.
Mass' Furniture and Bedding It will take the most part of a year to renovate
the citrus buildings and to move In. If a new building
NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY is decided upon it will take over a rear Meanwhile a
t HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE feasibility report is forthcoming More money will
have to be alloted land will have to be obtained
contracts let and smaller details worked out


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r / LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March I, 1H4 M
Non.Tic lish

NASA Says' Tiros Satellite Highly Successful 1
Zoo ,,Man, Sought f ,

t WASHINGTON (AP) The been good tracking of the NASA's three large regular launched last Dec 21. Tiros
PUILI tMA (AP) T 1 r o. VIII meteorological spacecraft based on data ground control stations in Vir VII, launched last June 19,
James EWele. a keeper in the
satellite has been highly successful furnished dally by NASA has ginia, California and Alaska. also Is still transmitting cloud
house: at the wants data.
:monkey xoo In automatic transmission been easy for the ground stations The agency said the only
(someone wU I I. not ticklish ,assigned of cloud to modest ;
pictures and picture contrast of deficiency found thus far Is
{ to we of his duties. .I,
receiving stations around I
the cloud cover photos generally In "scalloping" or Indentations
7o 1 i He explained tq authorities the world, the National Aeronautics CADILLAC LIMOUSINES ;
hat been excellent. vertical features of
% Thursday that several times a and Space Administration along I roe
P gr ,week lie must squeeze between said Saturday. The foreign stations on the the pictures anoTbandlng In Ifjhr-iMlnt Tsuri ::!_
A j iD (lUie glass) partition and.the bars Reports from 47 ground receiving network are In light and dark strips that give
ion the mge of Bamboo II, the stations around the world including France, England Australia a Venetian_blind effect I IOK TOWER ::
go-'Jla! '!Ito clean the are*. Ev- five foreign stations, Canada and Hong Kong NASA said this Is a difficulty I CYPRESS GARDENS :t
etytirae! he shows up for the show that with one exception In addition to these relatively that will be overcome in ,.11 :
,;_ task Bamboo pokes a finger results have been satisfactory Inexpensive ground stations the more advanced Nimbus :
y. + i inter his, ribs and, tickles him, ," NASA said. costing about $30,000 satellite to be launched next I YELLOW CAB, MU 2.2122
fE +
}I t .w ,{Q P r ,lY |.filsel complained "TV signal_strength has __each,_Tiros_sends pictures to summer Tiros VIII was ,
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,I The.organizations listed be-
low have reported attainment ri r''n :::i H i AOJUSTAlit! liVtfAlAl
oversubscription of Excel- Plugs In US volt outlet :::: :i ., ..
""I orv lance or Fair Share goals in """"""""""",,.,....., ,:. ., '''0., ,, DISCHAPIGI ..
... H; = :: i
of f \ 1 :: :i
|till 1964 the United n
!fond campaign of Greater Lakeland. Easy to install.Thermostat -'.\'.::)-/I ......;,::p.::,!,::..:.,::;::.::.:.:.O"'o" ,i :..i..
IrkS i goals are based on sug ':H1"i'" I
gested giving standards for controlled : i :::: H ::: EASILY ACCESSIIIEWASHAIU

I I:company employe and/or giving.executive Additional and ::: : ; IILTER ;

tee" es will be hated as qualify. Weighs only 9S Ibs. ; : : .

results EXCELLENCErganizations are known. t !!!;L/: : :

giving 20<%< ,
or ementa ore than) Fair Share re- ;

:4, Bellman-Lord. Engineering $17 9 :

I f parry.bride Southern College.FAIR TOASTER OR AN IRON
PROCUS5-M. in JnM I....., Palo, and
SHAREOrganizationl Mrs. W.rJIn' WW *f CymimM's, tfflc. silt, 0" .10.... record- I ASK ABOUT OUR LAYAWAY PLAN
{ reaching or .Me cmtliw 10 pot tent vein M Ik* "_'a United Fund ae.l rh_ I I 1 I
eedmg Fair Share goals) Mere ,

1UTUAL WHOLESALE CO. "Your Dealer IVilli Sea.vice"CALL
Soldier From
HorWa Tile Industries Inc. Iran's Prime

nlon Bag-Camp Paper Florida KilledIn
|mpany. Minister Quits
Ptndarvls Chevrolet. Viet Nam US NOWfor '

yrlck'. for Men and Boys.he TEHRAN. Iran (AP-Assa Taggeirtt Ii
Store. WASHINGTON (AP-Ttie Army i
dulah Alam, prime minister ol
J. C. Penny Co., Inc.Lakeland said Saturday that Capt free and accurate _
Iran for 32 months, resigned
Abstract Com.pany. Herbert G. Hardy, Jr, was sho -
yesterday. The shah named estimates of your
and killed during a combat
patrol .
Hassan All Manaour a memberof l Pe..e..soa'
in South Viet Nam Marcl h
Air Conditioning
he new radio telescope In Parliament, to succeed him. 4. WJ t
erto Rico has as Its primary "I an leaving the way open '
salon the study of the iono- for fresher people to rule" He Is the latest casualty t needs ,
here. This portion of the at Alam told newsmen Viet Nam to be reported hen .
sphere extends SO to 400, One of Alam's outstandin: Hardy's parents are Mr. an 110 tri.'til! 9 P.M.
Kerneywood Southgatc'
Opp. Open
above the earth's surface successes was mastermlndlnian ; Mn. Herbert F. Hardy Sr., <
Ed.a possible radio com- election campaign In which ,
women voted for the first time Bonita Springs. I __ __ __ _. I"
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special I special SpKlolsale I HIM lot/

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gave sit 1 ,t I\

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fiber glass king-size,

471r..ealatra' Quaker TV tray sets.
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Chest 2-Drawer Night Chest leekcas 0j Logs t Durable. cust-proat iom-r*siatent f bM
Mr. ft Mn. Chat. 12 Drawer Mr. ft Mrs. Oust Drawer 'I. washable 1
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special special Wheat" patt.ms st Includes 4 klng-sii. trayswith 1
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1 _,10-A_LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday,_March t. IM4 1, __ -,.,-

State Auditor To Hunt Missing

0 /Welfare Office Funds Receipts

By RONNIE STUART office, but has no receipt showing '. In his officeMcCutcheon. listed by commissioners In January .ar ay fi
entafE Ledger Staff Writer the money was turned ove r Indicated Frida, 1962. 1
An employe of the buslnesi
BARTOW Slat Auditoi that than "poor book
to the circuit clerk. more
office was to take the mone Y
John English hat been called I The money Involved Is pay. keeping" may be Involved. to the cler is office, where a
In to conduct the audit of re. ment for clinical cards lssuc< Commissioners previously had I triplicate receipt was to tx t By RONNIE STUART
celpt books In an effort to l 10-. by Mrs. Harvey's staff and foi the business office
DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE opined the mixup was a matte given to Ledger Staff Writer
cate approximately 11,450 i In I. pre-payment for obstetrical ser, of poor bookkeeping and "pool rr one kept on file In the clerk'a BARTOW The first political ammvnition aimed
vices. Commissioner L. W
mining receipts for alleged deposits office and the third was to lx I
219 E. Main St. 2637 S. Florida Ave. from the county' welfare -(Lei) Dunson has said all em. handling of paper work. placed In k file, where It wai at an opponent's platform has been fired by Criminal
office ployes Involved In the mone y McCutcheon did not say when I Court Clerk Robert J (Bob) Haslett, who has
Mrs Harvey
Polk County officials called handling are bonded. English, who worked behind to be, picked up by opposition for the first time since he was elected in
closed doors Friday, will finish I
Tallahassee Friday and received Meanwhile, Com mll.lo n I explained thai t 1952.Haslett's
MU 27756 MU 6.4159 n'Mrs. Harvey
his work. However, he did p.
Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon I opponent, John Brown of
permission to use English she had a "feeling" she should
after a circuit clerk auditor reported that all three copies ol f. diet it will be early in the revert to the old policy alter Lakeland, is running on a platform that
managed 4o locate only $265 of the receipts are missing Previously week. reading a note to Buslnesi he will work to do away with the fee
the more than $1,700 which was It had been assumed The missing receipts cover few a ;Manager Tom Hyman from one system in the Criminal Clerk's office.
from mid-1962 to a
Ji originally missing. that only Mrs Harvey's copiei s period months a period In which of the business office employes Haslett has issued a reminder that
I Employes Bonded of the receipts were missing Mrs. Harvey disobeyed a com 1o\rs. Harvey, who admittedshe I the matter will be put before the voters I
Circuit Clerk D. H. Sloan Jr
for her was "unethical to read the in November on a special referendum
SALE GOOD SUNDAY b MONDAY mission policy calling
week has declared of
The check began last copies receipts desk
note" Hyman'i
with theclerk'i lying: on approved in the last legislative t.
to deposit the money e
when Mrs. Mildred Harvey, di- For all money "deposited in my said she was being criticized session. -
rector of social services for the iffice" are on file In the clerk's office.
county, reported she had records office and has denied there was Old Policy Used for being Ritter,seen an talking auditor to In Law the The referendum calls for the fee '
t of receiving money at her any "loose 1 _handling" of funds office system to be removed from all county
__ During a meeting Thursday, clerk's offices and for a budget commissionto
I OPIH TONIGHT Mrs. Harvey said she had reverted Under the deposit procedure, be established The law II'I'
county's enforcement
the old policy outlined by the commissionersMrs ,
back to
EVERYTHING'SINCOMETAX of depositing the money In the Harvey was to deposit the offices already have been
In Fitter's office, where removed from the fee system.Haslett's '
office of the business manager money I'I
O.K. for the commission after a few she was to Immediately get a question is "Should Brown be I
months of the new policy Inl receipt for It. I he would not take office until January and

,.. ON' tl ()d get could a chance he abolish to do the so in fee January system?"before the I'j
; I

Wv Ji' ri" W. ..N......... JBl" MY ,, Accidents Take Five Speed*!Move* RescindedLast *

Lives Over WeekendBy Tuesday county commissioners

what apparently was the first step in an "If
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA Dingle, year-old Fairbanks can't beat them, join them" move j
house trailer fell and Negro, died in a three-car collision : Commissioners were unanimous in ,
LAWN CHAIR crushed a man In Orange Park about a mile from Fairbanks the motion, just as they had been unanimous
Saturday and a Miami man died Two persons were critically week before in requesting the State Road
3.99 Volull a when he dropped 20 feet from a ment to survey U.S. Highway 98 with the
pINNICoupon tree as a variety of weekend accidents injured. aim of raising the speed limit ,through dA't
+ killed at least five people City dA'c,

In Florida. Commissioners said that the
they thought
Discount Price I TOOK IT TO .LOCKI IIn '. A 23-year-old sailor stationedat Ex-Panama Chief I dents of Highland City had requested the
Wllk Mil MKH-OHfU V.U Attir aM.. r.n l S, Iw 'It. way ....,.... I I Jacksonville, Ralph Edwin but County Engineer C W. Fielding admitted
.,.. ... ,..,.. .
1 Langston, died when jacks were whole thing was his Idea. A 268-name petition
.n' I II Idol take. im TIN I removed from a house trailer Says LeadershipOf
ly let the commission know which side of
MINUTIS' ...04 ......, $5 and It smashed Its concrete the II
..... .. the city's residents are on.
.a.nw an .Mwtunl I block Land
supports.Ernest LackingPANAMA The whole point of this to be
tool Why not <. rwir ..a mil episode seems
SUN PAC 1,.. I tit Tees IT TO McKenzie, 39, was we going to have an, unenforced 35-mile speed 7
UP working about 20 feet up In a (AP-Dr. Arnulfo it is the
LOCK( TODAVI as case now, or an enforced 45 or
I IGUAUNTU tree when he lost his hold and Arias, twice deposed expresl- limit which
MILDEW BAGS II speed apparently is what Fielding
I[ dent of Panama, has 'blamedlack in mind.
1.00 Value fj9 W. |..r 0.10 rKCvrl* pr 3 For ...k. , (unify H Inlar.L .... vas killed Saturday when a light Panama's diplomatic break acted as spokesman for peace the
Highland City
Coupon ttlmll _w. will pay th. penalty r |H.T.I* plane crashed near Arcadia. A with the United States 'ra
t compared the situation there to a "Texas
Discount Price > !:year-old woman Identified as Campaigning for the presidency Limit. a0

Wllk Mil a.-C..w Vlll an.r a..., a.,.. t, IH Martha Alvarez was thrown In the May elections, "We them 10 001
MR : give more miles an hour, and
COeN.U.n' from the plane and Injured. ,Arias called Friday for a new take 10 "
more, Womble This
Joseph Goodman, vacationing Canal based explained. heI
treaty on
Panama/ |
I Urtnt TM ...vIN SM Olll.I M AcrM. I*, tt. e. it Miami Beach from Stamford, traditional friendship betweenthe support the theory that laws are made to be
10< WEST WALNUT ST. Conn., drowned In the Atlantic two countries and "lasting *
W..kOyt !A.M.I.9 P.M.,Set. and S.*, *-I. fh 6K-195I i lear his hotel. thousands and thousands of Rush Hour Backs Views ,
SACCHARIN r.et U'UN. NO OINTM'NT .C..V In northeast Florida, Peter years." There appears to be a great deal of truth in
Womble said'especially at about 5:10: p.m. each '
/4 Gram I noon, when the Lakeland people who work in '
OTTLI 0* county offices pass through the populated area
1000 limit t their way home from work.
-.ww it
For a person who slows to 35 miles per
( Discount Coupon Price ..... 1 the south city limits of the town, the odds art
he will be passed by about 10 cars before he
w/r/ Purr.-Ww. wu Ann rN.. r..n a Iw
the north city limits, a distance of less than a
Using these figures, it is easy to arrive at
I theory that 10 of every 11 cars which pass
Save 10th
by MARCH I the town are breaking the speed limit It has

been an accepted fact that a slow driver in fast |

LIGHT BULBSFamous fic is capable of causing as many accidents as a .
driver in slow traffic.
WMtlnghouu or 100 Watt Some states even have minimum speed

25e Value *: The problem in Highland City seems to be
/.!/ 1 in the morning by the fact that drivers coming Ptn

Coupon 1LICDiscount Lakeland to Bartow enter a 20-mph school
Price soon as they enter the city limits. This school

wrt kit, mat-tun y.n Aft. ..... r... .. 10M is indicated by a yellow blinker light across the
But in the afternoon, the light has been
1E1'1EgIt off, and the children are out of the area. of'l
the speed limit still is 35 miles per hour,
of whether or not it's enforced. c

On down the road, the same drivers pass
IRONING BOARDPAD Eaton Park, which is almost as heavily
Highland City and the speed limit is not
AND COYER SET from open road speed of 65 miles per hour.

1.98 ValueDiscount ILI..II I IN LESS little bit farther down the road, these same
PI.- Mf{c THAN enter the suburbs and edges of Lakeland,
Coupon HlB more populated than Highland City There the
Price limit only drops to 50 miles per hour

Using Womble's "Texas Speed Limit" theory,
win nu mrM-Miim v.< *n a.., R.rt (. Iw
can derive a 55 mile per hour speed limit
I Highland City If this is the case, signs should
3tt titmEARN 1 constructed showing the limit to be 55, and this '
should be enforced.If .

Womble's theory is not correct, why is
ALCOHOL PROGRESS 33 mile per hour limit not enforced? b

1 PINT Zone Board Head Changed

n.I..N a When Polk County's planning committee was | i
.r r pa..1 AEJI' ; pointed to draw up a temporary zoning ordinance (
Coupon : Polk County, the members spent several minutes
Discount Price, forming reporters who cover the county beat t
all of the committee's ,
wlr ru a.. I vde AN. rN., r.M S.w meetings would be
before hand and would be open to the public.

FULL 4% PER ANNUM. NO This apparently has not been the case.
HIGHER when the committee met for the first time since
9, it had a new chairman.

TV TABLE RATE ON INSURED SAVINGS IN LAKELAND seeking Wallace a state Storey representative, the former post chairman, had been who

pected to resign in order to conduct his
But the fact still remains
there had been no
2.66 Value H** i 7J
pIN.W NO SPECIAL ACCOUNTS ARE NECESSARY! successor announcement Charles concerning Whitten Storey's of Lakeland resignation or

Coup nDiscount L When questioned about Storey's
Price Whitten admitted Storey called the committee
win nil iron CUPH VIM AIM rNw mnk a, Iw bers into a special session after the regular
\ NEXT DIVIDEND PAID MARCH 31st had adjourned in January At this time, the

tee accepted Storey's resignation and elected his .
... cessor.
This probably would not have been so bad,
vl.tr it ended there. But in this same special session,
PAPER NAPKINS a committee proceeded to hire a professional
Pk9. of 250 J ', at the rate of $135 per day And even Whitten
4 fused to estimate how
39c Value many days the services of
M1llnll tpu.W pat annuli cvmnl dWld.nl/ "consultant" will be needed.
F Regardless of how many days he will be
CouponDisc.Nnt he was hired with taxpayers' money and

Price New Friday Evening Hours...4 PM to 7 PM deserve to know when and how their money la
win mi aN.-C. v.q i An* KM* e.* t, INS So special was the above mentioned meeting,
the above actions-the naming of Storey's .
and the hiring of the con.ultant-were not
30 ed in the minutes of any committee meeting..

GLYCERINE I Money Not Objective
SUPPOSITORIES ,/ Money apparently is not the incentive for
164.1764I I dates seeking to upset incumbents in the
MR or 11tlmll elections. Criminal Court
Judge Roy H. Amidon
( i SAVINGS I AND LOAN 'N I County Judge Richard Bronson are the '
Coupon .a.W: 17 4! ASSOCIATION has highest any paid opposition officials yet.at $17,500 per year, and Lithe?

.Discount Price, DOWNTOWN: Or.nj* Tfnneisn GKOV, PARK, Crystel Uke Drift it Met w.rMk However the sheriff's post at $12,000 a
..... collectors year
WIN MM min Ciiiil VH< AIM > INS i the tax position at $10,00Eb th of

i I rank candidatess high on the list in pay have drawn plenty

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I LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March t, 1M4 H-A

I State Tax Increases Defended |

I TALLAHASSEE (APsen.. and tax committee, spoke up state" and Is smaller than that plemenU, vehicle purchase and by the 1963 session required sub
B. C Pearce of East Palatka, mostly in defense of the tale in many other stantial new money from the
tax law specialist: in the state tax law. The 1963 legislature broadenedthe But Pearce said that the 1963 tale tax and the need could be
M t lM legislature, has spoken out In defense -! He said that Florida' three' sale tax by millions of dot revision still fell far short of producing met only by either extending the I
of the tax Increase of Ian a year by extending it to the revenue needed to tax to exempt Item as was
:some $100 million I year voted per cent levy "still compare fa- previously exempt Items such as provide essential governmental don or by boosting the basic
by the last session vorably with the tax in other repair bilk, sport and recreatlonal service rate to something above three
I Pearce Issued the defense In admission costs farm lm-1 I The new spending authorized per cent Pearce said I
memorandum to other lawmakers
a -Johnson
r .
Almost all member of the legislature -I
i face opposition In this To Address i
year'* race and the record tax
Increase promise to be a vital
OAS In March
Issue. In addition some of the
'candidate for governor have
been sniping the tax increases 1 WASHINGTON (AP) -Presl l- DOWNTOWN
The boost in the automobile dent Johnson announced Satur a.

license tag has drawn heavy day he had accepted an invitation -
criticism and gubernatorial can-, to address the Orlanlza-
didate Scott Kelly of Lakeland Lion of American State hereon
has promised to repeal the increase March 18 He will make a CI LAKElAND
if elected. major speech on Latln-Amerl
I Defends Tax can policy and the Alliance for

1$? FOCAL rOINT-florid. S."....." Cll|.'. ... IrantcMii Mcmtrhl AnJiMrlvm will' .. Ik. 1 Pearce who Is chairman of Progress
MM in mtttinf pice* fr ,......"' W..k ArHvMtt .. .... .lbf. *> Tfce .""".1 I rk will b. b.ldiie.eise the legislative council finance Johnson told his new conference ::II: MONDAY
T""."" ., ."< .nr. $e"."" he would also meet with
MAYBE HE'LL BECOMEAN U.S. ambassador and aid directors AND
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER' In Latin-American coun- 9
DES MOINES Iowa (AP) -|tries who will be In Washington
lorida en FRIDAY
Southern Opensounders' lames Johnson of Des Moines at that time PM
had a part in an amateur play TIL
which called for him to spend
: .20 minutes 1 of the first act locked) A-1 RADIO
Week Thursday in a box on stage. I & TV SERVICE
The high school youth riggedthe Jun.a N. Mover, 0__ :
box with I portable light and 'II .. PI.. .t.
O/Y MY a-4.1H N,.. MY IUI'P.
Founden' Week the annualRhlight host at an invitational luncheonin president of Mount Union Cal.I spent his waiting time in of] .".,. ...... sera
of Florida SoothernO.lIeRe' the Ordway Arta Building loge Alliance, Ohio. all things --_studying. ,,___ ...........- -
| academic year, wil'pen for trustees and other guest. i Friday' event will end witha
Thursday and run through Friday afternoon' programwill '. street dance for student and
nturday. feature "open house" for 'faculty, starting at I p.m. ai
(The three-day observance will the public Several exhibits will the Ordway Arts Building parking -
mmemorata the 79th annt be on display and campus tours ore*. WHEREVER YOU WANT TO LIVE
nary of the colleges found- are scheduled from 1:30: to 4:30 "Alumni Day" on Saturday
hg In 1885, and its 41st year p.m., beginning at the Brans- will conclude the rounder''
Lakeland comb Auditorium and the Administration Week obserVance. .'ollowinlI'fllstratlon ill the finestWATERFRONT
| Dr. J. Birney Gross, dean of Building. In the alumni of
cademic affairs, Is chairman In addition to the Frank Flee, the program calls for a
r the student.faculty program Lloyd Wright buildings and the coffee at 10 a.m. at the Brans-
c,mmittee. new auditorium, the tours will comb Auditorium plaza with 1 y
'Student Day' ..1r'tThursdaY'1 I Include the language labora- the Lakeland chapter a* host LOCATIONSin
tory in Edge Hall the Polk a planetarium showing In the
j opening Is 'Stu' Science museum and the new Polk Science Building at 10:30:
lent Day," to be climaxed by Music Building which la the a.m. and the annual meeting
(he annual banquet at the cole first unit of the Ludd M. Spi- of alumni at 10:45 a.m. In the fill Florida .
5:30 ..
commons at : p mInd vey Fine Arts Center Annie Pfeiffer ChapelInstallation .
dance at the Civic Cenr
a The
public is also Invited to

(ave- that been night.nominated Nine coeds for who the 3 the p.m.Founders'and 4:30 Week: p.m.tea between at the At the business session Set Judge there is a Condominium Apartment for YOU!'
of MUM
oveted campus title plaza of Branscomb Audltorl Richard H. Cooper of Orlando
uthern" will be presented at um Hostesses will be member will be Installed a* president
Jha dance.Friday I of the Faculty Women Club of the college National Alumni
i* Convocation Day." The gala coronation of "Miss Association The outgoing
>eglnning at 10:30: a.m. In thejew Southern of 1964" will be held president is the Rev Thomas
Branscomb Memorial Auilitorium .' Friday from 5:30: to 7 p.m. In G. Mitchell of Gainesville, a
Students who haveon Branscomb Auditorium former pastor of College Heights ,
scholastic! and other lead Methodist Church here. ss
\rship honor will be cited, and Winner Kept Secret Other general officers an s .
this year1 "Honor Walk" atu The Identity of the new cam Mrs. Charles Lake, secretary! ,, t
lent will be announced. pus queen, elected earlier in a and Alton Bennett, treasurer,
Also at the morning programthe secret poll of the student body' both of Lakeland Lanier Up
college honorary chancellor will not be divulged until the Shaw Lakeland, Is one of foul
of 19M will be formally In. traditional ceremony The eight state area vice presidents.
ducted He la Milburn P. Aker, other coeds who were nominated Alumni will gather at 12:3p ,
editor of the Chicago Sun- for the title .will serve a* .m. at the college cafeterli
Times, who will give the main "Mis* Southern. court ol for a class 'reunion luncheon I II

address. honor. also, concluding Corning F.the Tolle program, director 01 ,1 c r rI rI rlEuND
The coronation program r
The public is Invited to at- community and alumni affairs, u I ,
will feature the student Vagabond -! e
| tend the morning program. Players and music by the and Frank Poland, director ol ____ w :a't qt r I
At noon the college will be college choir and band and, the alumni department, are In

Ray Dudley, concert pianist charge of .Saturday program. Ii
Members of the Lakeland chapter t A
who Is a member of the FSC lS
[Payrollsin faculty The public Is Invited. headed by Ed McMullen ai
A dinner for alumni and par president, will be hosts, I
Staten ents of students will be held Florida Southern student will
at 7:30: p.m. Friday in the college begin their iprlng holiday at
commons The guest speaker noon Saturday. Classes will resume

RiseACKSONVILLE will be Dr. Carl C. Bracy, March 23 _
1 ...-aat.-atA-r -I atA ss rYes

during plants In Florida I :
.srtpped up payroll > per cent I .want to know I
Ik J962, while the number of em
Zfrei gained at half that rateJKState I Fear .uhttiUllifl' .,.-.... "l.ni f t d.1 .*........> I, I Va 6.1 gale
Chamber of Commerce II more about travel to I II HARBOUR6ONOOMIN it In kwirtihil' .....*. directly. es bale ........ wary (tcrMiM* hone
Md Saturday. I rfirtctly' se HM Lake Cwnplrt. R* ft Wages and salaries paid by the NEW YORK I OM / fhklnfl, b beet lots pirttliif papa. ."" l.beerd. Lt....*.. feeler .hi Httpcrtmwitt. ..
M uracruring plant* totaled I From $',950 end $45 per ...., ,...1. ten... 1(00 l.kNrktr .J
.49.801.000 and employes numbered Dr., WM, .......".. Pleas (.(.51,I. W t Afmili 0.!... Hi"|tf.
in 1962. Nationally "
200,467 -
payrolls were up 7 per cent and WORLD'SFAIR

employee 3 per cent. : I I'I I'I.
these em "
plates Afl goods in Florida made factories by were I t.n ofjVt11HAYEN '-

valued at $1092401000 mon I \ \
thM the raw materials and power : via ,,'"I.. .
used to make them in 1962 : ..
Tbiglralue-added figure meas .
VIM, the contribution of manu p1 96 ...
UMurtng to Florida economy
and marks an II per cent gain
. In MB over 1961. : .... I
itt Measured by value-added to- II SAR,, SarA HARi3 URr.ON Tierra VerdcJ our
\ .
ales tall.'principal food product categories headed the olpstktcu I Famous I HATER.en 00 neN 1

value-added by .'
stood at Trains ,. .... t 5r.rl..Y. .! fit J.Hn .,.11'.' .. as.. Our of M..... ant 'M' 0.... *... .1 ..
JM products plant of 11 I Champion II .lent Uk. .w.. .'.".. NwM..t Ml ItM. AoMM ITN tlh to .v.rIt .rwlly........,n b.._ th. ..ty an4 ... ......... K.y. tnt .... T,.... VirM ..KMTIM IXMl ......lM
S 000 in 1962, a gain HW CUt M* IT ... .
l.ira .... :
.. _u. t .n. aaMr.nw ....ww Shane /.. wan .__... t 4C4 s .n4 lint Mu 5 l a55 >i i>Uft ttur 1.
ggx cant Round Trip Reserved $AQ 0'5 I t.0 frm I. IVk nw.n.-I s.nth.MrtntOTt. C.f"l... .-...... _,_ I. 155 ant I ..,... ewtwlite .-...... roil a..rh.Ma ...... tr_ III,''.TM_sod....Ml...Mrm _.
.. ....., >_ and Mlntr Inri I.o pass flnt on. IIIr
.old..IItaw .11.155 5.
.. CMwant r
II I Lelhb.a m tit TM n' t4t Mr MeL .. .. .
Increases Reported I I Seat as Low as m... (Ml. ...... m.n.. 1M.1441. .rl a C.iI" Inn 4 lr. C u" 'k.n Ml INIFlorida's :

kals and allied product per adult I
added $114'722,000, alight I Summit rate tflictut/ May I) sites masterfully designed
Ire than the previous year::1, ( foremost builder of Condominium apartments offers you superb ,

ides making paper and re-' Also Package Plan Tour which include hotel spacious apartment, "downtown" convenience in suburban tropical setting ..11combineel
product added 1237.470.000 I accommodations for three nights (double occupancy
,per cent Fabricated metal ) plus two admissions to the Worlds I to bring you comfortable, relaxed living./

Ida plant with 1139.M3.000 Fair. ( transportation..)

up 3 per cent. Package Plan Tours SO aft aft I I EVERY apartment includes all the following e* standard equipment ".

;ling, and principally publishing newspa estabnt -- I as Low II OJL.UU Conditioning & Heating / all-electric: kitchens: range, oven, refrlg, waste Disposal! / mica cabinets & counters / tile .

added 1134(48,000, up ( pet per adult I baths, non-skid tile floors, slip-pruf tubs with grab-rails / wall.to-wall carpeting / automatic: washers &; dryers for each building
Stone, clay and glass I Ask about optional sightseeing trips, Broadway :w
gained 3 per cent, adding shows stopovers en route which- may be included. I i / and many other luxury features

,000 I .
of 25 Chit
Special Rates for groups or more.
ies added "l J30000.and fixtures up 2 dren's rates upon application. heated swimming pools, sun patios, putting greens, shuffleboard courts, fishing & boat docks at each development Most

nt with. Furniture$45.961000 added up lei tsferaMtlee end rtienrtftai tell Mb 24)77 er I also include Recreation Centers with meeting and cord rooms. Hydro-therapy baths ot Sarasota Harbour },pts.

r cent; and tobacco prod'plantl moil tevpeir "*"* EACH development served by city water, sewerage, public: transportation, huge nearby shopping centers, churches of all denomInations
added $43.871.000, up I .
Line Reilroad I '
Atlantic Coort and medical facilities. I,

DOGGONE ACL Lakeland Passenger, FloridaI Station I THESE ARE NOT CO-OPERATIVES, but CONDOMINIUMS! ; f::'

..ISBURY Southera Rboi I (date am)Interested___hi_going_ fof'to the Worlds Fair leaving days. I You receive a Warranty Deed and Title Insurance policy to your own apartment. Enjoy the safety and security of Individual #'

(AP) -force The dog don't on always Sails Please give me the cost for_adults .home ownership, with the benefits of shared costs for the amenities of estate living. ,
s i police 3f
ir man One of the dogs children. under 12 to. occupy ( ) on* ( ) two hotel I ,f

htly disgraced himself com rooms.I / .. For FREE complet., informative Irochuret and Floor flans' VISIT each .;,
I I also Interested In the following optional extrasName. -itf
traicat I am
y when he forsook the cat M. .. r model and see the beautifully furnished Model Apartment er, phone er write.. .
burglar for a mere I
i dog burglar was tot when on the the trade cat::11 I IRVING Z. MANN & ASSOCIATES h

I his path and off he went.,'I, I Address Builders of superb waterfront Condominium eportment development
; Coda
D handler twice pulled him City 'ttlt. --Jlp -

;i to the the dog burglar's took off trail after, bill UM:::1 "Thanks for Using Coast Line".I 'AI beildfml PAYTONA IIACH HARICUK AfAtTMINTl. ..! MAITUMO HAMOUR ARTMINT1.$. r

ith the feline and the felon I' u.n sets r aaao r
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j; ._LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March I, IS64_ Plane Partly Owned By Polk Man ,Burns Says Hell I II

Crashes Dominican 'RepublicA ,:,: I

I .lAl1dIoltr; tease: Campaign.On
converted B.17 bomber, the Dominican R1public'to deliver Prowref Ms I of' : )
reportedly overloaded with citrus to Florida. tour corporations which deal
oranges bound from the Dominican The downed transport Is ,the with the hauling bu! plane and
Republic to Tampa mate of one of which! : we*:'at canning, of cltru. fruits 'from Record Of ProgressGubernatorial I
kc 1 crashed last week near San Lakeland's Drane field ell the Dominican Republic -
tiago, Dominican Republic, week getting repairs done to Antilles Freight Service, Inc.,
according to reports. It before taking off for Tampa Antilles Canning Co., Carlbex candidate Hay- to the campaign promises of
The World War II .urplu. yesterday Gardens,. Inc., and Antilles don Burns said here Friday other candidates in the race for
bomber li of two which Fruit Co.NOT
one afternoonthat his campaign governor.
are reportedly ,partly owned I will be based "experienceand
uasa' HONOR SYSTEM on Bryant Chided
.R t Chief
To Get .
by David S. Prosser Jr., of ,' LOUISVILLE, Ky. fII Self e. record of proven progress
Prosser Industries, Lakeland. ." "There are hundreds of people -
service toll stations are becoming Florida qualifiedthan
in more
The B17 burned and one Private Line The Jacksonville mayor said .
prominent on Kentucky I to hold the office of governor
wing was torn off when Pilot :turnpikes that deeds and not words will "
Burns said, "but unfortunately
Johnny Johnson was forcedto FOSTER R.I. (AP) The,I The state is using 34 electronic to*, the keystone of his platform none of their names
land It In the .Island re- in carrying his bid for the governorship -
town council has decided to collection stations on three toll are on the ballot."
public. No one was hurt, according seek funds at'thl. month's town roads to cut down the numberof to the voters of Florida.
to Walter Scott, Burns chided Gov. Farris
meeting to get Police Chief Edmund attendants and reduce the .
another pilotProsser F'Maher Jr, off (even. chance of error in handling He spoke informally to about Bryant the for promising of Florida to save$50 I
was unavailable 75 Lakeland district supporters
party telephone line and dpto a money
this weekend for confirmation private line. It's hard to cheat on the machine -at a luncheon at the Cadet' Restaurant miUion a year during his cam
NEW JOS-A mmitor from the Poet Hill World W.r II onMiigliie' LIT bomber. _...- of the report. The chief often has conf den. though. A flashing red paign, and then asking the
.rtt4 Into e tnmiwrt pl.M, WM or Dran FI.U ell! lad week imfcrfolnf r.p.1 in before Nylna onto Scott another Tampa man, tlal complaints-but how confidential light and ringing bell tip the Burns laid that the payrolls legislature for tax increases, of
than 1160 million
T.mpi. The plan b roporNrflf .... .f e pair which ore partly win* II y DwrM S. Proraw, J,., af said the, B-1I had been making can you' get on a seven. station attendant if the motorist smokestacks and skyscrapers f more
Lakeland, and an uitd tor haulm citrm from the Demlntcan "public. (Lo4tr Photo ly Pratt daily flights to and from "party line? tries to go through without pay-'Jacksonville were his answerMen's s He also chided gubernatorial '
candidate Fred 0. Dickinson,
who was quoted In a newspaper
article as stating that he had I
personally contacted 2,000 industrialists .
OPEN SUNDAY ss chairman of the
Council of 100. The article saidthat
__ Dickinson reported only I
six of the 2,000 did not have
Florida in their future plans. I'

"He's sure been a busy boy," I
12 Noon to 7 F
1 Shop Burns said "That Is two con j
tacts per day, personally, seven ,
days a week for three years. '

/ Accomplishments Cited

"So' help me, I would have I
.9p sold at least one of the 2,000'( I
on building Florida-now,"

.: As the mayor of Jacksonville,
H Burns said that he had been
Instrumental In making that
city an Insurance center 14
companies with more than
13,000 persons on their pay.
In addition to other accomplishments
at Jacksonville, he
said that he had played a role
In having the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad move Its head
quarters from Wilmington, N C.
EVERYTHING MUST GO "That move alone provided

// high 1,000 wage jobs In level Jacksonville! at a

He said also that he had participated
/ In bringing the multimillion -

t-'j: SAVINGS OF 20% to 50% On: /// to plant"I his,don't home now dollar under city point,Kaiser and to construction he statistic gypsum added:,

l / I point to the payrolls and the
? Fashion Dresses Housewares Domestics
,' industry" the steel and con

M \\i L-. Drapes, Sporting Goods, Men's: & Boys' Wear / Proposals Questioned

o Burns said that he has to
HURRY-QUANTITIES LIMITEDCOME.'EARLYfLadies' i question the proposals now be
1k414 .
big made by four "legislative"candidates
/ in the race for goyerne
/I'' He noted that they now I
have all kinds of proposals for .
\Y Florida and he askedWhy1 : ,
.. Dacron Misses' Rugby I didn't they advance and
'.I /I support these proposals when !It
r Cotton
... '. /I was their Jobs to do so as
NylonHALF' GOLFINGSHIRT N I elected?" members of the legislature

/I Burns said that, If elected
/I governor, he will give a top
JAMAICAS2for SLIPS /I priority to the "lagging" interstate
/I highway system In the
5 state. He said that Florida
t /I ranks 37th In the list of states
/I In Interstate construction.
*3 /, "The Congress didn't give us
SSc 2. /, the rest of the century to get
these essential highways built."
..? ,,, / he said "The deadline for the
I / program !. 1972. We have no
Yr Dacron Polyester cotton Jamoicai, The very best nylon satin and opaque Well styled foe'comfort as well at good / time to waste."
Burns said that he
trim lid*' sipper styling., Blue, pink, nylon' 'tricot half slips with shadow looks. Short or long "VII. Wide or the citrus Industry as recognizes one

white, orange, green, black. Sizes 8 to panel.' .Nylon lace trims.' White only. medium stripe 'In. red end white,. red // of economy the basic of contributors Florida. He to said the

!1j'onJ32ro38.. S-M-U& end black: or blue and whi'ta. S-M-L. that if he Is elected governor
commission posts will be filled
by men with lifetime invest
r / ments in the industry, and that
/ the full support of the State of
Florida will be given to citrus
/ development, research and marketing

SPORTING MISSES' "DEPT. / Former Lakeland Mayor Mar.
/ rte Pritchard, Burn. campaign i
for the Greater
manager Lakeland
/ area, presided at the
36" CURTAINS-Shter sash end 37 f LITTLE LEAGUE SHOES-Appro.od 357 SLIPOVER SWEAT S-
panels, llmltid quantity'............,........ sizes: JVi! te 7, ,?.. ................. solid or strips. Sites S-M-l ......" Pritchard announced that
/ Burns' Lakeland headquarterswill
tiYIM be opened tomorrow at 203
TOSS PlLLOW-a..,.. iilettlon.y $3 LITTLE'LEAGUE BATS-Apprevtd, I47 MISSIS' LOUNGING SHIFT-fer 'lounging $J' E. Lemon St.

round er square .................... fc for 29-30 Me! 31 Inch length ............. beackweer er stooping, S-M.L .............. I I '

BED, PILlOW-ICapok, plump and 88 BAS8AllS-Officlal' for 147 BABY DOLL PAJAMAS-Broksn $1; U 'Perry Slocum

comfortable' only' 41 .................."" the little Isegu. ................__.... sites I aiiertsd styles ............:............. ''r To Address

WASH CLOTHS-lZxU". 8 96' BASEBALL GLOVES-Alte: 277 LADIES'brake aloes DXESSES-0, one '. rock, '$2.$3 Audubon Group

Year choice el S colon for the ,little ,leaguer ?...'., ............... of a kind ........"..'"*'1'-_.".., LAKE WALES Perry Slo-

cum of Slocum Water Gardensin

SHEET BLANKETS-A........ cetera, 158 CATCHER'S MITT-Or first 584 GIRLS" DIESSE5$2' $u &$4 speaker Winter at Haven the regular will be"Know guest

100% cotton, 70x88>> ........? ?....".? bsioman'i mitt, Two choke .... .... :Apeahma;: : : : : / Your Outdoors" luncheon meet
.' / big of the Ridge Audubon Society

HOUSEWARES DEPT. PATIO & PLAY DEPT. The tomorrow. begin at

noon In the Hlghlwill Party
MEN'SBOYS? :& / House. Reservations should be 1
SCOOP CHAIIMer home, efflci, 294 S-K.;REDWOOD t ALUM. PATIO 2084 / made with Mrs. W. R. Brusch- ,. ,
peel! er patio. Steel' 'legs ........... .. SET-Chelie, 2 chairs 11 tablet' wetter or Mrs A. C. Connell.
7 88 Price of the luncheon will be
MEN'S wear $140 Including
cool end cemfertabls, brakes lz"MEN'S I / interested In the trip Everyone ,
CORN HOUSE IROOM-Whlle they 44 1'last. CHARCOAl-20-lb. 97" is i
welcome to attend.
Sunday only : .. .... kardweed charcoal' ;....................... /I Slocum, who has received
SPORT SHIBTS-leeg sleeve 2 $3 many awards for the excellence
aist. styles end patients / of his
photography, will illustrate

SHOwtl'YALET-PI..tlc, 8? BAM QUE-J4-bowl, hood, 987 / his talk with slides

,, keldi seep, thampoe. etc. ..."....... electric spitROSESln ...:............ ..... ..t....:... MEN'S UNDERWEAR-T-ahiets, 2 ? I
t rJ y briefs, shorts, limited ,.... for : IRS Files Lien

PORTABLE STEREO-Blue: with 3777 gel can. Ant. 77

swing-eel twin speakers ........ colors ft mtttletFERTIUZER50lb. :...........:... ............. BOYS' DUNGAmS-Prt-ihr.uk, 99 Against Actress
4 pockets, ilpper fly, altos/ "12. I 'I
lien has been filed by the Internal
SHETLAND SWEEPER-Fer ....,- 1577 : keg 1i1 ell 9? BOYS' ALPINERS-Cleat: sole I47 / Revenue Service against-
'''4... cleaning. Only 4 chemical for Florida lawns I'/i te 3, Sunday 1 all property owned by actress-
11I1"I Judy Holliday. J
I The service claims she owes

o LAKELAND': U. S. 92 East at Rose St. I Q/d' QUALITY The ..,I, hue me.svreI I DISCOUNTSThat give yet Initanl :I and that penalties amount,/Including on her 1957 Interest in- ,'
,, come.
OPEN ) Mon. thru Sot 10 to 101'Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. ALWAYS..f "11"e arlnl.e" teak lavinat DAY.yuer.nfagdEVERY /I, Mils Holllday wasn't available -

for comment on the claim
.. . ,,, -,I!filed Friday.j .


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[ City Airport Division .
1 things to do it you feel yon
fold like to get out on weeks -
and tee what is going or

und" the state "aviation ,iW _.! ""t ., .. ,:
e. -
'II ,, ',( ,< "'" ''''-1' 'ItT', !'
aholtee will .' J1-' i' < s'f' ,,,, "
onor on
arch 14-1:1:,
first annual
aviation ,emIr -
that prom-f"'
s to be a lots
J fun. You .
n't hew to ePE'N61SiNTO7F..1.
a pilot or
n an aircraft I

ttenwithoy y howd. f; EMERSON. '

The two-day program
>r which there Is no registra-
Ion fee includes state and
iviation personalities.

Bill Piper often referred to
is the Henry Ford of aviation .y
'ill be there. The Navy's pre-
:talon j Jet acrobatic flying
team known the world over ss
the Blue Angels will perform.
[There are social hours and
barbecues. You will have to I
'pay for your banquet dinner
and hotel. :
Anyone wanting a detailed
program can get one from
Robert's Flying Service at
Lakeland Municipal Airport.

KISSIMMEE Airport has
one of the most Interesting DISCOUNT
historical displays of aircraft
that will ever be seen in this
part of the country.
Lots of people are no doubt iI imi etaterrl
familiar with World War I ,
types of aircraft and they have .
those at Kissimmee too but
there also Is a Blerlot (pro
nounced Blay-reo) the same -
that was the tint to cross the ,
English Channel on July 29, : : < '
1909 This remarkable machine i I _
along with other antiques are '

quite flown an on alrshow.weekends and it is ,

An interesting slde-llght on i
Louis Blertot's channel flight
was that 123: years earlier the
channel had been crossed by )' .4
air travel, but It was done In I S 9 1 yE C
a balloon by another Frenchman
Jean-Pierre Blanchard. :
Blerlot, In his memoirs, said NO MONEY
of that first great night: "For ;, DOWN .. f
10 minutes after leaving the I ... .
French coast, I was alone Isolated ,;'''' .
lost In the middle of the .'" Is Ir' '
foamy.., seeing nothing on ;
the horizon not even a boat Buflt-fn swivel Last for any angle viewing. Hand. 23"overall diagonal measure:283 iq. Tn. picture.

These 10 minutes seemed very wired chassis. From Grid Tuner provide excel viewing orto. Tinted Ey. Shod Filter Gloss ''l" ,. ,' !
long to me and I was so happy
to catch sight of a gray Ient.lgnaJ rec.ption.'Gotd.n M Premium'Rated improves picture1 contrast while reducing annoy J.,1: 'j

line that was the English Tubes built and tested to meet rigid Motorola ing reflections. Golden Voice Speaker. 5W'.7W' r r .. \1

coast"The standards.Golden M Picture Tube. Alnico 5 maget speaker for rich tone. M
first person. to greet
Bleriot after landing at Doveron
this epoch making flight .

were a through customs British the search officials solemn and who ritual Inspection went of- N O MONEY DOWN! CHARGE mIl Model 23K89 : I

came! In to London see his,crude 120.000 airplaneand people Take Monthst To Pay!

he was deluged with orders -
for the same model you
will see at Kissimmee AIrport..

M. BLERIOT rattling
across that 31 miles of open
water In 37 minutes, set the
minds of men racing against t t
time and distsnce. The evolu- .
tion of man from walking to
animal transport to mechanical :
vehicles of land and sea
and then to the thinner medI- All[?
um of air is a natural Instinct CONDITIONER I
nurtured by knowledge. All
1 The ultimate for the era we ; ; NEMA 25995
live In was presented to the rated
Federal Aviation Agency on 95
Jan IS tills year as design CEI.VINq
proposals for the new supersonic TOR -
airliner that will cruise at y
2.000 miles an hour use 15.000 REFRIGERATOR
gallons of fuel In that hour
but will deliver more than 200 Cu. Ft, 14995
comfortably over distances -
' better than 4,000 miles 110 MONEY DOWN! EMERSON
non-stop! ;
Separate I lb0 Ib. Zero Zone
From CO to 2,000 miles an C 16"
hour In 50 years. What will freezer with automatic; defroit- PORT

your young son or daughter tog refrigerator lection. Force- ABLE TV
think 50 years from today ; 9995
when they are urged to go out lain crisper; full-wfdth dairy :
to Lakeland Municipal Airportand -- ....". 20" .
look at the antique supersonic ELECTRIC
on display RANGE
Perhaps the same one that 4-Burner
father flew to Europe and It -I e St0r09. Drawer, 9995
took aU of two-and-a-half hours _
to get there I

: -
I Judges UpholdMississippi's RANGE .

r, clock,
full-width 11995 ,.
OYf n,

Voting JACKSON Miss Laws CAP) Mis HHj $ NO 8 CRESTMARK s .. STEREO .

sissippi's controversial voting MONEY ken. 64 Watt. 27995
15 8 Beautiful
laws have been found constitutional CaLI..,
in a 2-1 decision by a
three-Judge federal court panel. 23 ,
The ruling came Friday In a CONSOLE TV ; tl
suit by the Justice Department .
which said the laws were shaped 2 separate wash and spin speeds. Water H Walnut Wood
with the Intent of barring Negroes Cobin.t '"
from voting The suit wu temperature selector. Extra large wash 11995 1

dismissed. voted tub. Automatic pr.-serubbng; action. __
The laws specify that a :
u' must be of good moral character J
and able to read, write and Interpret -
I. <
the state constitution to
the satisfaction of the registrar QUALITY DISCOUNTSThat

constitution"No provisions or a statute of the of state Mississippi LAKELAND: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. Q/CI The only true measureof I give you Instant

deprive any citizen of OPEN: Mon. thru Sat. 10-10; Sunday Noon to 7 ,.M. value guaranteed cash savings guarantee: i

the right to vote because of rice .... ... ALWAYS. EVERY DAY.y .
or color the majority opinion
said. I

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L i 14-A LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March A. I't4ii1..i


II I I ,. Big 19" Rotary

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e Dependable 2.5 H.P.Engine
Adjustable Cutting Height
O e Staggered Wheel.Close Trim

,, Want the beet mower buy In town?
Get behind this at.working Olympic
I rotary mower. Non.scalping wheel d.
L sign,front chute.j 't

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CLCCTRIC Can :i Hedge Edger-Trimmer

1fJ14-SPettl RECORDPLAYERRADIO Trimmer $4444 u4Cycle
Big Party Perc12to30 Vacuum Cleaner KNIFE SHARPENER r.F Black a

Fw With: 2700 Cups $1099 Tool With $i/988 Super Value $1 ski 77 i and Decker er I Engine
Record -
Automatic Add water, r Buy It On
favorite Modern '..ureka vacuum Opens moat types, j
Enjoy your coffee and plug in. It
Easy Budget Terms
records or hear AM radio keeps coffee corning 6 cleaning tools, shapes of cam; sharpna -
on 2-in-l portable; hot. Eaay-to-clean boo.,R extension pieces.FItEE standard types cut Buy (i ofi I
(-45 rpm diKi. Hurry! aluminum storage cheat.d tilery.Hurryl I It On 9l a e
.h cA a!" eAam. I,

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LUtZ.A.$1.25. Emergency
currneuAVoGrasnip .?. I.j saferAF1.ibl.
rf Weekly! Gas Can

..e .!pout Mab. '
Ll res 4 PiacKnifeCleaver 124" 1 a Just From Edger Filling Safe and Ell'
Riding Mowers To Trimmer
Seat Belts Set [ $$ In SecondsRugged 2.Cartora
$ 8 8
N vlon & $354 Stainless Vatue 1O900M.M dependable Handy Si"e '!J GpSOUNEIdeal
eta! Steel $1O0 Priced! A Wise aital Trm Balanced for one hand Brige! &,Stratton 2 H,P.
engine Fingertipthrottle
See u* now! Herring Look! Full aloe utllityt Largest cheap of Its Automatic relcaaa operation, Side handlecan control. Cutter for emergency UN, In your ,
bone web belt*with In. paring, and boning style on the market! clutch, forward, neu 555 be poiltioned for i head swivels to 180 car, for power mower,and outboard -
atant-releaae metal-to knives; big cleaver,tool Effortleas operating tnt, reverse ream, re- right or left hand. use delreet. moton. Has plastic vent
metal buckle Safety Elkhorn handes. action, smooth painted coil atari BAS 4-cycI, Weigh only S Ib* Uaeon i for full flow;tllteucreen cat spout
tested. Matched act. handle..Hurry auto-typo steering hedge, tbushes. Easy Budget Terms
sa cAanYayqKrrM.u.r cA r

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Squared Aluminum Tubing Squared Aluminum Tubing
N Work-SavlncWhid.
Fold flat for eaay itorageWaihable Extra strong and durable, SPRING SAVES TIME a Up Impale*Starter
vinyl webbing I with washable grass and CLEAN-UPSl SAVES WORKS!j :'/HP.Briirgi
replaceable Weatherproof! x white vinyl webbing. Fold Extra Low Price For A I A Stratlon Engine o
Won't rued flat for I
yy storage.r Limited Time. Hurry ONLY $5400ra

$399 $799WfGthtrprool Ideal Outdoor01'11 For $111 IS Down,,.At Little At $1.15 Week

Four rust wind up the starter, push down on the handle
Get Ml big sturdy broom and cut working time. Full and this big mower starts! four cycle engine has remote +
LE'OO' Rrc/inine/ flair brush, hardwood block drilled with double taper throttle control mounted on the handle, 4-posl-
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Charge-a-Plates and National Credit Cards This Wed Just r: FOR HOLDERS OFChargeaPlates


NATIONWIDE"NO against defect in workmanship and materials and
normal I road hazard, except repairable punctures.IF air._' .NM.t .' Just drive in. Present your plate or card, and
charge account will be
your opened while
I( your '
I I ol more than 80,000 Goodyear dealers In the United
No limit on monthi/No/ limit on miles/No/ limit ts to States and Canada will make allowance on a new tir"* < ALIGNMENT Take Your Car tires are being mounted. Easy terms.
tread roads/No/ limit as to .peed/for the entire life ol the "Goodyear based on original PrIce, ," tread depth remaining. and current : : To The Experts I I l'

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Florida Citrus Exposition Opens For Week-Long Run I I

Everybody loves a parade. Citrus Exposition, was the biggest ever for the event. and 23 special units such as the Florida Southern College TOMORROWAll
The drums, the pretty girls, the floats, the pretty 70 Units March ROTC, Shriners, Civil Air Patrol, National Florida Day

girls, the marching units. And the pretty girls. More than 70 units made up the'parade, ranging Guard On and this the like.are pictures of some of' the out 7:30: p.m., Florida Citrus Queen Contest,Nora Mayo Hall
I For the thousands who lined Winter Haven's from miniature automobiles page TUESDAY '
to huge military vehicles standing units of the parade. What can't be shownare
I streets yesterday the day was as perfect as the parade and including bands, drill teams and floats. the events ahead at the citrus Exposition duringthe Florida Citrus Processors' Day
7 Florida Citrus Processors' Dinner Invitation
I and the parade, opening the annual Florida There were 18 bands, 24 floats, 8 majorette units, next six days. Only p.m.

! ............... -.-. WEDNESDAY
.. --... ...

I Ij '" .,. i:4 per 9 p.m.person, Coronation Coronation Ball, Nora Day Mayo Hall, formal $3

j rrI Fresh Fruit Day

9 p.m., Fruitmen'i Dinner, National Guard Armory,
ticket only
Agricultural Day
12:20: p.m., Governor's Citrus Luncheon Florida Citrus
Exposition members free, other by invitation only

Future Farmers of America,
4-11 Club Day
9 p.m., Florida Club Ball, Invitation Only
The Exposition Grounds open each day at 10 a.m.
: The f fireworks display will be presented at 9:30: o'clock
: i over Lake Silver. The Exposition Building closes
Th each night at 10 o'clock. The James E. Strates Shows
'I will be on the midway.The .
"Queen For A Day" television show will t
originate from the Exposition Grounds tomorrow :
through Thursday. S,


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SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1964 AT 11:00 AJL ,,1'",
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free Gifts Gf ti t f Owser

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AUCTION AUCTION AtrCTION A _.._._._ MwiHi ... toe Stat Scl_. ..... ((1.01.*,- '- .. Ir ..-..-. .-f Winter H..
"'- .. Cdbt. nit
During the 19th Century, K .t ....*k. (LN'w
THE BEST APARTMENTSIn chute made famous sue b

I watering place at Saratoga
Town Are Advertised In The LEDGER Classified
N.Y., French lick Ind., Ho
Section. Check Them Now! Spring, Va., and White Sulphu Blue
Springs, W. Va.

I I Hy.h"r" Fair '


QUITS THE SHOE BUSINESS! P Don division Randolph wu of

Mr. Williams decided to quit shoo business and stick to Dry Rled Chamberlain Co. and

Goods Clothing. These arc all currant shoes. He took pride In School Tampa.

what he handled and bought the very best. Here's your chance 'to I McOoiky and
SAVE 30% TO 70%. *, both of Florida
Judged the
TRED AND division
BRED by Dr. B. P.
-NATURALIZER Florida Southern
Dr. Thomas Met'
BONES WHITE PATENTS \ of Instruction for
1 e ALL HEEL HEIGHTS Board of In

medicine divi

: 699 899 Judged College of by; Flor Mrs.Dr.

of Cham-
SOLD FOR 10.95 TO High School
1 16.95 A PAIR. Matthew of

Y SIZES 4'TO 10 I \ \ Senior ,High

AAA TO B_ WIDTHS n._ .__ .
Earth and Space
was Betty
ONE GROUP MEN'S : William M-o-.
POLL PARROT & Mann Junior
'. Brandon, and
"SCAMPEROOS" DRESS SHOES'OXFORDS '-I' F. *r*. ..Wlntar MacDonald: Yates

...4. for rtt S.lm* F.lr Brandon.

w.. MI* tF nine ch is I.. ,
99 Cminty the aNte hlr wry I

LOAFERS winner*. (U4M *.... l, Tosses
Haven Senior High School, logy.Red Ribbon Winner

MANY OTHERSODD Red ribbon winner are Barbs At RivalCandidates
99 2 listed with their school as

'LOTS follow Ann Christine Foreman

VALUES TO 10.95 -IBI1Mi Santa Fe Catholic High
School; William! Gifford Reed, John
OXFORDS Immaterial candidate
lUCK Santa Fe Catholic High
Mathew Jr. directed a
Edward Bix-
STRAPS d School; Mark barbs l at his Democratic rivals
Weatwood Junior High
WHITIS-SLACK. School Winter lUvtn; Terry Saturday for what he called "pie'
SHOWN TWO.TONES ] y. TALKS I In Iti Dewayne Thegard Wettwood la the ky promlces."
SIZIS 4 TO SSVi Junior High School.Winter Haven "U tome of these candidate
TO S AU sins : John Arthur Hughes, to not ease up on the new road
: most
VALUES UP TOMS IN THI CROUP i. Lakeland Senior High School; they are promising for
A PAIR t .; Michael Henry Stone, Winter Florida pavement and there will be no
Haven Senior High ; "
\ w t I and Thome Edward Stump, place left for farm and grove
MEN'S DRESS SHOES BY Kathleen Senior High School >e cald.
\\\ "Residents along scone of the
Alee, Rebecca Rolaaa
FREEMAN NUNN BUSH- Browning Kathleen .Junior moat Isolated roads la the state
School, who also won a ire being told that this can-
RAND & RANDCRAFTVALUES I I I II High tint place prize of $2J from Udata or that one guaranteed
jilt lDln&. whether they
i the Polk County Dental Attoclatloo hem fou "
TO 21.95 ; William E.Gregory, DIed It or DOt.
Deatton Junior High School Mathews did not Identify any
Winter\ Haven; and Carole Jo 4 the other candidates by name.
699 899 999 WlUwn Wettwood Junior High Jut be referred to "the debate-
/ haMMIpinrbrqp.d.d.ef.4 School, Winter 'Haven, who ally duo" apparently meaning
Bums, also Jack-
ate won a tint place pie Mayor Haydou
of $19 from the Polk County ovule, and Fred Dickinson of
OXFORDS a LOAFERS Dietetic A.*oelatlon. Vest Palm Beach.
2 EYE TIES a MOC TOES WING( TIPS Other were: Robert W. "If the debate-thy duo would
e ALL FINEST CALFSKIN UPPERS Gallo Weatwood Junior High told Still for SUIt one question,
LEATHER SOLES, RUBBER HEELS School. Winter Haven: Henry It would be this: How do we pay
SIZES ( .C-D H. Hlgginbotham. Southwest for It all?" Mathews Mid. "I believe -
Junior High School who also some voter might like touTOw.
award of "
tint place
ONE GROUP .. III.........."... ptS won SUM a from the Instrument

ME BOOTS The Zil, *diamond i Is* quality diamond choose evading Zile't high ittndwd of we*. Society of America: Jeff John
KNEE HIGH kmce from one ol the world'lirgut diamond mariuta Martin. Denlaoa Junior'High Man Killed In
e The Z,le diamond ring h exciting In detlgn., Zile' .h S-flm\ nerd winner fer ertijn' School Winter Haven; and
RUBBER memptr ol the Wimoodi InttmUonallct6lmt. Fredrick Howard Sands, Den-
BOOTS diamond dnlgni and now ptrmtnint
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY BOOT MAKERS e The Ztle diamond limn* wu mor situ* p.r dolled Zale' tdtien* not only to ttrlcteit boa Junior High School Winter \ 3-Car Crash
.. to. of at!lowat penlble pries, Haven.
standards ol high quality. but slap policy Mlllng
e The Zai" diamond U guarantead In writing! Your mousy beck within 60 day If you Rnd a Other red ribbon winner FAIRBANKS (AP) A man
RUBBER HEELS ANN STAIRS BRAND l bitter diamond value anywhere. Included:' Becky Ann Teeter, *aa killed and two other person

CLEATED SOLES WORK SHOES Dental Raymond Junior Eddie Glbeon.High School Lakeland ; WIn critically\ injured In a three
and cu: collision on State Road 24
699 14" Junior High School Southwest ; MS than a mile north of here
TO Dougla Alan Nfckau.
Junior High\ School who Friday.
awardof Killed wa Pete Dingle, about
460SOLD CHILDREN'S AND BIO BOYS'VALUES alto won a third place
the Inatrument a. of Fairbanks. His wife, about
$I'e SII' $1 10, Is b critical condition.Mr .
of America.
499 4" 599 Byi.9 Society *. Elaine Griflla of Stark,
Green Knw Win*"* Iriver of a car that collided
699 511' Green ribbon were awarded I teadon with the Dingle car alto
FOR 5956.95
to: Stephen Allen Soward raa In critical condition at Ala-
A PAIR TO 12.95CHILDREN'S Denlaoa Junior High School. hue General Hospital Galneeme. -

i Winter Haven; Glenn Thomas\ .
U.S. SNEAKERS Brown Denlaon\ Junior High i The Florida .Highway Patrol
KEDS School. Winter Haven; Stanley ought the driver of a third car.
RIO S.li.... Bee Hughes. Kathleen lloodhound from the Alachua

66 BLUE us. us_ R sa.l-....,Ir best...... .. cr.- n.taJ...... .... 4...' ..,.....,/r4dpM Junior High School; Robert parch ihertfr office were seed
2 *> OTHERS Pelr. 148 geld..W ....w..lAlag.+daaf Mo4 IttrM'I......dl.r..adl w nit Bradley Barfleld. Lakeland for Fred John WOlams. -
SIZES S TO I ,.Ild" Paso a r.cg.+t 1250....al.rw+ .. .1410 Senior High School; and Jeffrey about 23. of Starke. who
SVi TO IX12V4 Todd Demlng Winter Haven ilegedly left the scene and fled
TO I Senior High School. Ito some woods.
CONVENIENT "Z-"A"'L m ::. There were 1* Judgea from
SELF SERVICE SHOE' STOREU. I Meloncollege were s TAMPA (AP) Clerks said

I, AVAILABLE r..J EVVE LE R S Dr. Margaret Gilbert and tree masked men robbed the

S. 92 ACROSS FROM PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL Dr. John B. Funderburg.Florida ate Jewelry store.at gunpoint
Southern College; Clyde aturday.
OPEN MON. FRI. OPEN SAT. 9 AJ1-9 PJS. I Reed. University of Tampa Police were told the robins
9:30 A.M. 9 PJ/L/ PLANT I CITY SUN. 10 A.M. 7:30 PJi 122 E. Main St.-Ph. 688.3504 and Miss Ruby John, Hill- led out a back door with an et-
borough Senior High School mated 130.000 in Jewelry.J .


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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March I, 1M4 I-B
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I Stock Market Climbs Fifth

last at year Tubingen after studying Univer Straight Week In Trading I

In Germany. He Is now
continuing his NEW YORK (AP-The stock lot atatistics which showed sues traded 798 advanced and
of physics. mar k e t showed continued that In some sessions this week 525 declined.
e son of Mr and Mrs. strength last week rising for there were more buyer than Wall Street enjoyed a continued
Glllum 412 Palencia the firth straight week in fairs e 1 I e r s among those who good background Of business
attended Stetson Uni
Iy active trading. dealt In the leas.than.IOO-share and economic news
as an English litera Wall Streeterl saw It as a "round" lots It was reflected
He obtained The consumer price Index
major. sign of solid underlying demand also in the Increased popularity
was reported at a record highin
I from Van
degree for stocks that the marke( did of lower.priced Issues, regarded
and Is January. Auto sales were ata
University now
not sell off rather sharply aftas a sign of
greater public: par.
s S at the University of record in February. Prices
er topping the "magic" 800 Isv ticipation. '
where he Is work. were raised for aluminum Ingots .
el In the Dow Jones Industrial The Dow Industrials advanced
his doctorate. and some other products
average the previous week 5.89 to 806.03, establishing a
fifth winner .Is Roger Volume for the week was
AI anticipated In some quar- firmer beachhead above the 800
a former resi 26,048,470 shares on the New
ten, the ability the Dow
bookcase."f of Lakeland. He was a Jones industrials : exceed the Ii'e; Associated Press aver.1 York Stock Exchange, com
Y rs of the 1952 Lakeland pared with 28,444,913 the week
School graduating class psychologically important 800 age of 80 stocks rose 1.1 to before
line in the Dow 299.1.
was more en-
i icouraalng
Is now at the University
thin discouraging It Both Indicators stood It rec.seemed Bond price were mostly low.er. .
He Is the son of
to be ord ended. r.
Mrs Walter Williams an advertising highs II the week
: associated with Flo feature drawing more of the The rise of the averages was Volume totaled 15311 million
Southern College. small Investors Into stocks confirmed by over.all statistics par value, down from the previous .
r the past five years I This was reflected In the odd which showed that of 1,490 Is- week's $63.2! million.dAT .

high schools, 56 :
I and eight private have
136 winners of fel ,

CRASH VICTIM ttciivts 'CHECK-Mn. Dorothy I Dot> tow... ..ttt4 right, ",h. i 1 Miami Senior High
hot UM IK e rath ..., 6innviH U* MHIIIW, li swwmt.4 1.000'chock k? Mn. I 1 II the leading pro- .
mil*. 1245 lrM.w.'r?Ulut ii4 who ...401 foal Mima :twmfttM. whil. ....."! having graduated 14. ,
4.iiM"r *f Mr. e,4 Mrt. ..."," ....'", .! .A.h.",".., tot. .*. High tie for School fourth Is place In a ) \ fA .

Co-Workers Help- Woman Alarm Swing d.JJltJli1iiJzt &a k

AUBURNDALE-An Auburn- would have to sell her home In through the Wash. (AP-
dale woman who loot both of order to raise the needed money lecting donations batter swung; five fire
her legs In a traffic accidentnear to buy artificial legs.A fied donors for a came running. HINON BIG SAVINGS GO*
Gainesville late last summer fund campaign was started a bookcase. spring baseball prac DURING
will be able to walk again with Mrs. Evelyn Bick- daughter of Mr. and the Clark College cam
thanks to her co-workers at mire, 2245 Broadway Lakeland Roberts of a batsman lofted one
the Continental Can Co. here. named as head of the commit- the winning ticket the lot.
She was presented: a $1,000 I tee.Funds Martha Bell ball hit the campus fire
check at.a meeting of the were _raised principally City, who won the box.
United Steelworkers Union 4801
held at the Ariana Hotel, which
will enable her to purchase artificial
Mrs. Dorothy (Dot) Brown
the victim of the crash, lost
both legs In the accident. Fora
while it was feared that she I

Khrushchev Urges I'I RelaxYou these values, good through friday 13thi

Each Person Carry: i

Data Booklet I '\

Khrushchev MOSCOW (urged AP) -today Premier that ,/ i KNOW You've '. '

each citizen carry a booklet, t tt
containing details of his business .I tt
and personaIUf.. I ) Paid That Bill

Assessment In the so-called labor '
passports would aid "our
struggle for carrying out the' IF You Pay Them all
party's slogan: 'He who doesn't
work, doesn't eat'', Taos quoted I
Khrushchev as saying I
"It la the right of the publicto The "WRITE" Way-
know what a mart does and .
" on what money he lives" .Khrushchev I r 'tO N.
said. r" t


The U. S. ranks fifth in total ,
world per capita meat consumption I
fourth In beef and
veal third In pork and sixth In I
Iamb and mutton consumption: ,I .
states 'the American Meat In

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Candidate REGULAR or SPECIAL l

:3. E. (Ed) Holly, Bartow citrus I
warehouse employe has announced
his candidacy for the
office of supervisor of registration -
The 48-year-old candidate was
born In Mulberry and was educated -
at the State School for -
the Blind In St Augustine He "
graduated In 1935. I sv4.'t rf
Since graduation he has been

employed In Lake Wales In citrus Fort warehouses Meade and Cancelled checks are legal proof of

Bartow. !
Efforts Pledged
In announcing his candidacy' payment. They become especially im-
Holly said: "we, the people of t
Central Florida particularlyPolk
County live In the most portant at tax time, to back up deduction
enhancing political climate of
any In the state. In seeking this
office I pledge to devote my full claims. But at time of the they
time to working for a complete any year
registration of all qualified pea "ican'spell
ples." the difference between
Holly was on the original
board of directors of the Passion

Play Lake Wales.Amphi-Theater He has been Corp.chairman at- bill once, and paying it twice!

of blood bank committees
of various organizations.
The candidate is a member of I I
the Baptist Church. In announcing
last week Holly said that fAPWL A
bra sister Mrs. Robert A. Russ .
Jr. 450 West Davidson St.. REMEMBEJ151INCOME / \ 0

Bartow would serve as cam.paian TAX? . IS THE DEA

treasurer. tarlrr.MEMBER rIDE % "E'g: ut I

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', Two Children Granted
_Sunday March I, 1M4 i, ATLANTAI Oa (AP) Every Vaughn
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30 years I new Mrs Owens gets:
State the family silver service Mrs:Burn To DeathIn Leave Of AbsenceBARTOW
Employes I Davies Owens Jr, is the moat'|
of the with
recent recipient gift
OklahomaTAFT. Paul Vaughn,
Schedule i the sentimental history
Meeting chief clerk In the office of Circuit -
The service was bought forOwens'
: By Alice Hunt lokobff be time baa com when we ,
A meeting of the Florida State 1 grandmother at the time Ottla. (AP) Four Clerk D. R Sloan Jr. !rats I MOUSSORGSEY: Boris Godeut -i'should give Moussorgsky his
Employes Association will be of her marriage to W. D. Owens ,children burned to death Friday been granted a leave of abase t MT. Boris Cartoon, Evelva right to be beard and Judged'

held tomorrow night a\ S o'clock in 19(0( In 19)3 she gave it William to. night la I fire at their home. from his pott Sloan announced I Lear John Lanlgaa DimttrOiuounov. atone, without the shadow of
at the Florida Industrial Commission -I her dal\&hter-In-Iaw. Mrs Mr yesterday, Chores ef the National another, and very different composer -
D. Owens, who still 3* The mother. Kathryn
over him Like all men
Building on Lake Mirror Opera ef Sofia Paris,
I years later presented it to her Nunley, escaped with four oth- Vaughn qualified Friday at I Conservatoire Orchestra Ast-' of genius, Moussorgsky was far

Officers for I I9M will be sons bride er children. I candidate for the office ol f t dre ChryteM, conducting. 4-'I ahead of his time and things t tPf

ed and a progress report Dead are Karen 11. Eric 3. clerk of the circuit court Sloan Angels S-MJJD/U monaural that seemed offensive to the
association will be eled'i The Bahrein Islands are located and twins Nannette and Aanette had announced earlier that he MUD/L. scholarly Rimsky would not
Persian Gulf, east
In the
sound so to us today
Jack Dockery, of Saudi Arabia. about I. would not seek re-election. "I adore this work and at
ganizational activities. the same time I hate It. I adore Perhaps this is quibbling for ;t tT
it for Its originality, boldness Angel has given us a marvelous
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND distinction and beauty I hate recording Boris) Chrlstoff performs -

it for its want of polish, the the fantastic feat of singing "
harshness of its three roles: Boris, Pinter
harmonies, and and Varlaam. It is a tour de ;
; the musical absurdities force which comes oft magnificently t f'a

that .
are to be found The chorus was brought from ,
here and there" Bulgaria where there Is a long kw'Piy

These are the .,I"' tradition of Russian opera. ,
words of the Jir4. Trained by Luben Kondov, they

composer, Rim-,.. are highly skilled and musical { a
sky Korsakov, : ,:I The other soloists are first rate.
concerning the \' ;, The entire performance la In
opera Boris Godounov 1.11 I Russian, as it should be, for
And It there was never a composer } tr
was Rimsky. Mrs. Sokoloff who found the nuance of each m .
llll4 1
Korsakov who undertook to supply word more than Moussorgsky k ki
the 'polish' and to eliminate A complete libretto Is furnished, 1r
BROTHERS he harsh harmonies' and 'mu in Russian with the literal transcription s
vraweroa sa r sose lical absurdities' I of the sounds into our i ,, aw

"After MoullOrc ky'. death," alphabet besides aa English

Rimsky.Korsakov relates "all translation if '
his manuscripts and sketches Boris Godounov is one of the ,
came Into my hands.! They had great operas of all time The
to be looked' through arranged scope Is enormous and the :
completed, and prepared for the range of emotion is dramatic, 1 1f V
prell." No one can deny the humorous and tragic in turn of
rears of devotion and arduous In essence, the protagonist, is
effort that Rlmsky devoted to the' Russian people. Moussorg-
his task nor can they deny sky's words sung by the simpleton / 0j
that It was he that made pos- have a frighteningly
1i b'I 11f rtrAal fi / IlB)4Yw' ilL1 1111k./Qy I /' sable the later success of Mous- prophetic ring In Moussorg

lorgsky's two great operas, sky's version, they ended the o.t
hovantchlna and Boris Godou- opera, .u.1
nov For more than two years "Tears, bitter tears must .
he gave up bit own composing our holy people must weep the'
entirely. His motives were un- enemy will soon be here and

Ylwnrlwti'Ws questionably altruistic But darkness will fall, terrible dark! WATERMELON QUEEN Pretty C.r.1,. Ki;"( .f ......,
.Y/Ilr srr al11WA1WJvllty/s 1iy? whereas a revision of Khovant ness, impenetrable darkness.Woe Mm .si to bar Ml es fUnd WiNrmtlen Qun .. the. mica epee
INi err .wveMw 7Ize china, which contained enough woe unto Russia. Weep, swklkliiiif the GoMm. AntvMMry Cm.." wt .. the W.....
material for at least two Russian folk, hungry
weep .
wales Grew. .d Dntntvton AtMcfetiM, which apses KOWTOW
was It is "
highly debatable necessary whether the folk. ta jKkwo.ill" Min Kmf U lr.r.lty .1\v\i\ \ (...h...... will

revision of Boris Godounov was swk the lilto .f N.twnl Witarmtloil Qu.*. .|.ii t sis elks
equally so MacArthur'sCondition tt.t* tonmlm. easa.s.Watermelon.

Early In their careen. Moussorgsky SaidSatisfactory
and Rimsky.Korsakov QueenTo
were both members of the famous .
1uf r f x i iI y Y.r illwivi ,r ,x'1 rh udl jt f group of "the Five" led
Be Chosen At
and dominated by the strong Meeting
personality of Mill Balakirev ( ) -
Balakirev believed In the free Douglas MacArthur continued JACKSONVILLE-Selection of Executive Council by F. H.
development of natural talent Saturday to make such satisfactory _' National Watermelon Queento Dicks Barnwell SC.
Maas' girls' and boys' post-operative
without any strict academic progressthat our Eastern markets in the Bartow Girl Queen
training This Is obviously a Walter Reed Army Hospital summer will be the feature olthe An
*"' ""' "Stride-Rite" 'T '1, dangerous principle, but Mous- announced it plans to omit' Golden Anniversary Convention year-old University of
: Florida
e 1 freshman Carolyn King,
1 bulletin on his condition I
.r I r : sorgsky became the great exception any Sunday. of theWatermelon of Barlow is host queen. The
: that the rule I
,. proves
] other contestants Include Bebe
; into Easter! The 84-year-old five-star heroof ,
"ff= I. :-, Rimsky Korsakov, on the oth ,
world underwent aj! Durden, Swamsboro, Ga; Leo
; '. r. ,. er hand soon revolted (gainstBalaklrev't two wars a Distributor .Association \\t
f : three-hour operation Friday for na Katheryn Blackwell Lulling
'p '. I.."" I anarchic artistic in "
5.98 to 9.98 principles. He became not only the removal of his gall bladder Texas; Cecilia Vivian Brundelre,
sn avid student of compositional and of gallstones which had Baltimore; ,Sandy DeWitte,
:, techniques, but a professorat 'been producing Jaundice, Abdominal I Monday through North Charleston, S.c.: Mary
Smart steps to Easter. Stride Rite shoes r r. the Conservatory and to explorations accompanying Wednesday, Beth Seal Vincennes. Ind., and
the disclosed The more th.n2D i Sandra McLamb, N.C.
operation Raleigh
many peoples even a
for boys and girls In smart Spring styles! pedant. Thus It becomes clear no signs of cancer 1 Q members I I Each represents her home stare

Each of shoes is expertly fitted and why he felt impelled to cleanup II He is being fed Intravenously and which I associates Include I except Miss Seal who Is sponsored '
pair and revise the score of Born and win continue to be for by Missouri at well u
fashion right! Godounov which he both 'hated some time the hospital an- growers, shipWARD Indiana
and adored. nouncement said.WHIRLY pars, receivers The three-day program will
It is Rimsky.Korsakov's version and brokers, will be presidedover be highlighted by a coronation
./ Mass' Children' Shoes : by William R. Ward of
that Angel chose to record PEEPERS? and convention banquet and
This Is understandable In MIAMI BEACH (AP) The Lakeland, national president. dance the evening of March 10
view of the many years of suc.cess president of the greater Miami The group includes members with Doyle Connor. Florida's
that it has enjoyed. Rim Beach Motel .Association complained from 20 watermelon growing or Secretary of Agriculture, at

YOU MAY CHARGE IT. OP COURSE sky was one of the great or, that sight-seeing hell- distributing states over the na toastmaster The queen and
.. o- T' chestrators of all time and his copters were deliberately flying tlon, and Canada. Its executive .' two runners-up will receive trophies
revision is sure fire every time. 'low over motel solariums "to committee Is beaded by F and scholarships
,";t ., ; However, it would seem that the embarrassment of guests ,J. Burkley Pittsburgh, and the Ward resides at 2311 Hawthorne .
--- In Lakeland Other

Lakeland members include R.

E. Grandy, W. C. Jackson

I : : Wade Meredith. F. J. Nichols,
Bob Wilson and H. R. Wyllsy.

*: "J Marinaro, 3015 Drewery Ave..

: was State chairman Watermelon of Queen the recent contest .

at Cypress G.rdeN.Canning .
I. f.JJ'aim x ,
; t : i (; ;

.. t.4d" !f"
I Storkline cribwith

SALE'BROTHERS i L -- 42-coil matt rets innerspring. Names NewController

\ .' 1 compare ot

'. furniture editions comfort bound 't.l + sale! 29.90
juvenile .. Fred E Cole has been named
? Douole drop sides, with decal controller of the Lakeland Highland .
." ,.nd wooden boll triM kI, Canning Co.
.) bob", delight! T.*rhmg, roll, The
announced -
appointment was
-': On all four .,del. 2 Inch coitirtklu
---- f ,-< .. hordwor Whit, or by Max J. Hanke'vice
'wax birch. president and )
Edison -).? general manager
of the firm.
Cole Is a na-j
6'year crib =- tive of Jacksonville -

foldinghigh and comes I
comp!" with 70. to Lakeland !
; chair from Pasco '

: : mattress : County, where
0116:1: compare at '1693 he was assist i

ant\ controller
compare at 56.96 ;
I sale! 12.90Tubular for a major citrus -
firm Is '
sale! 39.90 1 lu COLE
steel frame folds a -
I 11 .F j, 1iY 4 flat for storage or travel lie accountant In Florida and

Double drop sides i I White or beige upholstery In Nebraska and North Carolina

stabilizing bars-plastic '" \F i with Stainless matching enamel He. Is also a member of the

teething roils. :II( t trim. steel tray American Institute and the Florida
$ Society of CPAs, and ,a
Spring adjusts to four _., "r ( !d'J t 32nd Degree Mason .

comfort positions i 'I .J Since his appointment to the
r 'I Snug-a-Bug post, Cole has made these appointments
Mattress with laminated in the firms accounting .

,moisture resistant 5r w I infant seat department:
:- I Jerry L. Cooper, assistant to

cover by famous Kant r y jace' ,..' :. compare at 7.98 I the controller; Harold Leahy

wet Sno-white, maple ,; ; i 'supervisor of purchasing and
Q sale! 4.99The billing; Mrs, Trixie Womble
or wax birch. y'.. ,\ t ) 'supervisor of fruit buying, and
Mrs Dorothy Anderson, supervisor
.;. h'h J pnllatrkolly cornet Mat
.I. ,:! "" '" dnigned for Infant corn. of payrolls
s't.\ ,r fort Angle adjutmitntfc t. I.
; '. ..t\: ." "-c cord to "keep baby iaf.. Plajic! ONLY THE 11NYMINNEAPOUS
'. .: halts end Only
flay rstoinio strops. (AP) -
( Whit. '* winged cushion. : skinny sklndivers will be ableto

pursue the chilly! sport of
tr.r t>f diving under the ice In Minne-
L. :; : .:: Maas' Juvenile Furniture apolis lakes. The Park' Board

':f: "". "* ,,. ,;. ,>-P- ,t.,.'" alarmed over four and six.foot
,, holes cut by divers set a new
tin,. Officials said larger boles
don't freeze over and endanger
fishermen and vehicles.

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rr LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March 8, 1114 8-B

__ II I Today In !i!.I First Citrus Queen Back For Visit IBy I

____ BABETTE STEINHAUSER Mrs Onarecker won several I much the same then as today satisfaction from It, so I knewI
HistoryBy Ledger Staff Writer more beauty contest and then We had to go throughthe had to find something else"
Just In time for The Florida vent to New York and became same things, bathing suit, Mn Onarecker said.
( THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Citrus Exposition Is Florida a model for Lord and evening dress and talent "The most important time
Today ii Sunday March 8, first Citrus Queen, Mri Ruth Taylor, where she stayed for competition of my life was after I became
11964 Then are 298 days left Ii, Onarecker (then, Miss Ruth 12 years'Beauty. "But the life of a beauty an ordained minister I found
(Ithe year. Snyder). contests did a lot queen often becomes a self-! living for others Instead of
Today highlight In history: Mrs Onarecker was named for me because they providedme seeking one as it did for myself was a more reward-
I On this date in 1901, heavy Citrus Queen In 1930 at the an opening! to opportunities awhile In my case Ing path to follow\ "
dust storms began In aouthemAlgeria Second Annual Citrus Festival and gave me confidence Became Minister As an evangelist living In
with dust carried ai far In Winter Haven. The first I learned I had to be responsible Houaton, Mrs Onarecker wenton
as Denmark and Russia An es festival had no queen. fur my public Image," she "The time came when I evangelistic tours throughout -
tlmated 1S million tons was d e' Her visit to Lakeland, from said realized I was living only for Texas In fact In 1952 she
([posited on the European con Houston, Texas. was not intended Yes, beauty contests were myself, and getting little real held evangelistic services In
tinent. to correspond with the the Lakeland city auditorium,
naming of the 1964 Citrus the same place where she
I I On this: date: Queen on March I. won the remembered\
In 3618 German astronomer "I just happened to be here talent contest
Johann Kepler discovered his visiting my sister," she explained In Houston Mrs Onarecker
third law planetary motion kh was co-sponsor of the Bethel
In 1765. the British Mouse o f Faith Temple, did a daily
(Lords passed the Stamp Act Reign Remembered 1 show on Houston KTRH Radio
!which was so repugnant to the Mrs Onarecker sister is D : and edited "The Gospelof
I II (American colonies Mrs Eleanor Sutton wife of Deliverance"
In 1862, the Mrrrimnc sunk the late E. D (Smoky) Sutton "The most amazing thing
J the Cumberland at Hampton once Lakeland mayor that ever happened In my life
Roads, Va.. during the Civil In looking back over her was during the time I was
War. 1930 news clippings, Mrs l l editing this magazine
In 1942, Japanese troops cap Onarecker remembered the 1 e 'The Gospel of Deliver
AWARD TO CITY-Idg.r. vnnh.im! .,, ,Kyrt, vice ,,..I..t'!. .{'HI. aneah.imPulllshlae tured Rangoon as other enemy; years surrounding her reign ance' was distributed in Africa .
Carp. .f N... ,..., pss.nte rtiflct.. *f merit I* Off MMw .. st V. Ytokty, forces landed on New Guinea. a. Citrus Queen. antic, among other places, and
vhllc Works Oir .r Wllli.m P. Werner end. R.fu.. Divltim SuMrfnNn JM a.relt. Th. City In 1950, 48 new fighter plane A memorable event was taken there by ship A runner
e r ..... .*.*- ... kmmbl ..n tm hi mrimwU <*m,.rMit fe Mi pwywa .1 rh '* i.tlectle.sad nLakeland's and bombers for Prince were when she beat Frances Lang- from the Interior noticed the
"I'PIIII.I > loaded at Norfolk Va., In the ford Lakeland. well\-known vx t magazine with a picture of
first shipment of arms from the Hollywood star-in the American Christ on the front and transported -
United States to Europe under Legion Talent Contest. it to his tribal village.
terms of the North Atlantic Mutual 'Frances and I were competing Later I received a letter from
' Refuse Disposal Defense Treaty against each other In that same man telling of how
what Is now the city auditorium. his chief read the story of
I I beat her, but It wasn't Christianity to h II entire
Ten years ago The United I was last on the : t ii'. tribe.
easy program
i Given National Award States and
Program tual assistance Japan agreement signed a mu for- and after hearing her f" aa
sing I knew I would have to
progressive Japanese rearmament do something special to win. Dramatic Club
The City of Lakeland re- by William P. Warner, director structive measures and beneficial with 1100 million worth of I planned to do an Interpretive di s
ceived a certificate of merit In 'of the Public Works Department effects of strengthening American military and economIc dance, Pavlova 'Swan
nationwide competition Friday was lauded by Butten local governments" he laid aid. Lake; but I hadn't planned to 1 pai'R ik, At Rochelle
in recognition of the helm : Five The U.S. r
municipal- Buttenheim described the years ago do the enormous leap at the
Ity'f program of refuse disposal I American City Magazine aa a Treasury and federal reserve
22 Awards Made end of the dance, which I Plans
trade periodical distributed nationalty system announced a formal Inquiry think shocked the judges Into PlayThe
Edgar M. Buttenhelm, executive The executive pointed out that to more than 30,000 city into trading In govern giving me first place," she
vice president of the But- the city's policy of adopting new officials. ment securities with the aim of .aid. Rochelle Junior Senior
tenheim Publishing Corp. of collection methods, using Improved The magazine awarded 22 certificates Improving the markets funcLlonfng i: High School Dramatic Club
New York, presented the award equipment and upgrading to cities throughout the and preventing specula, Worked A* Model I will present "A Comedellrium
to City Manager Robert V. efficiency brought recognItion United States for various I live excesses News Items also show the In Three Acts" by Jay Tobias
Youkey during Klwtnis lunch- to Lakeland as a leader in achievements Only two awards One year ago The Syrian Ledgers Jan 19, 1930, paper st I o'clock tomorrow night at
eon at Morrison Cafeteria modern refuse collection. were presented nationally for government was overthrown In Featured both Miss Snyder as FIRST CITRUS QUIIN-Vl.wl,,, the 19)0 edition *f the the Rochelle High Auditorium.
The award reads as follows: "The editors and publisher of Improved refuse collections of a coup led by army officers Citrus Queen, and Miss Lang- ledger which, Mil about k.r crawnlitf .. the tint CUrai Qv*.n h The play will be directed by
Certificate of Merit for the American City Magazine which Lakeland was runner-up friendly to President Nasser of Ford for her performance at ... Ruth Onnck (ekes MIN; Ruth Snyd.rl, Mn On.rtckarli William M. Balloon. Admission
leadership presented to the Cityof join In recognition of the con. recipient. the.United Arab Republic. I a Miami hotel. .... >*t In Hemtm, T...t. (Ms. *' Phase |y Harps) is 50 cents.
Lakeland-Honorable Mention -
-for solid waste sanitation SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
for meritorious program or
policy adopted of use and In-
td est to other municipalities ,
that improves the efficiency,
service and usefulness of these .
local governments within the
framework of a free democratic

society""Update Refuse Collectionand

Save" (magazine article)

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times He I II majoring In electrical -

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LAKELAND_ LEDGER,-Sunday, March S._ 1164_ I .l'j : .:

; I Progress Marked Warren Administration I w i

,1 I EDITOR'S NOTE Another and putting its citrus on the na'citrus.The. the public school appropriate I fauver Senate crime Investlgat-
campaign for governor of flor- lion's tables. smiling, silver haired by 144 million but levied no taxes I ing committee.. Ha bluntly told .

ida Is underway Six men who Warren's administration a.I Warren now a practicing: attor- to pay for it Warren says his I "It he did not consider: himself'accountable 1 w.,, ww a 1 I Il fi y
to die committeeand
opposition to a general sales tai: a ?y tI
In Miami and mellowingwith
held the highest office In the ney
began a spectacular .
governor offered to debate Sen. Eites .,
these exempted such items a. lroctl'leI 9 'p qyr
lists are still living and ac- years agrees
Inauguration on Jan. 4, 1949, I
Kefauver with time limit Ke-
less thai
clothing coating I
tlvely participating In public af and was marked by tremendous were the major achievements. ,
adds he left the state with J10. medicine rents and farming'fauver Insisted on a JO-mlnute
fairs.. Here Is another Install In the and He
wheeling :
progress limit for each aide and the debate
"so it was a limit
in the implements
$21 million surplus general
ment In a series of Sunday storks dealing days of the postwar
In which their administrations boom. fund and "made 50 years of ed sales tax and not a genera l I never came off.
sales tax." The Haley committee which
are reviewed and the career progress In four.
of each Is brought up to Practices LawWhile He mentions the Sunshine Skyway During his administration also made an Investigation reported '
date. he had the worst press across Tampa Bay, the a law was passed allowing racetracks it found "no evidence of corruption Z r a,

This aeries was suggested to relations of any state executiveIn Jacksonville Expressway the extra days for scholarohip during" the Warren Admin
the AP Florida Idea Club by the modern times viewed In the beginning of the Sunshine State and charity funds now a istration.
I Key West Citizen. light of passing years there Parkway the Florida Industrial standard practice. The Fort Myers News-Press
were notable accomplishments Development Council and the Warren born In Blountstown hat this comment on gamblingduring

a By GENE PLOWDEN while he was In the governor': Central and Southern Florida Calhoun County on Oct. 3, 1905. the Warren regime:
MIAMI (AP) If the state of chair. Foremost among them Flood Control District. worked as field hand, delivery '"Though admittedly he (War
Florida ever erects a monumentto was a law removing roaming There also came the sales tax. boy newsboy, mill hand clerk ren) has had the benefit of evidence a
Fuller Warren, It will be for livestock from the highways and Warren explains this by sayingthe seaman salesman and auctloneer. which the Kefauver committee

taking_its cows off the highways adoption of..the.'"taste test" for I 1947 Legislature_increased 1'I developed from incometax
returns it is remarkablethat
Lost At 13
Governor Warren has been
1 In his first venture Into poll' able to run open gambling to
tics he was beaten as a candidate not Honda's
MOTOROLACOLOR cover only on
for page boy in the Houseof glamorous gold coast but all

I I I Representatives at the age of over the stats. No other governor
13. He started running for governor has ever succeeded in

soon thereafter, although It doing that much and few have
TV: !took him nearly 30 years to even deemed it worth trying." ROUGHING IT-Cw..*rv.t
make the grade.At Wen't Run .._.......... law to eslay) the witfcwt .*. e viUomooa r.mbl boa aHmulotod' Hi* ."..tite. Irfgo

the University of Florida, Again b BfWiicof ., I w..!. M comorvotloii I* a* ah**. ThyrWor. .. rite fourth In the Arivbo Norur
Fuller was president of the sophomore Warren says he will not seek T......r Niles. .f program
MMO. L.w.eor-. MTON04.A COLON TV class and a member of office again but he said that on .
contemporary styling In I QUALITY IXTHASlMolorOl'a the boxing and debating teams. June 13, 19H and was In the .
your rtwleo of mihoeinyt I In the first Southern for ConservationMovie r
![1 He fought race governor eight months Chamber
walnut Knish enlonulnohardboird.. tll.IHI..1r. ..11'0re'ol.ft ewe- Conference boxing tournament.. later. He finished fourth, behind I Lakeland / I;

i I ersfed whit He was a reporter on the college LeRoy Collins Sumter' Lowry
$53993M .d.ft Mad and dip paper and head cheerleader for and Furls Bryant. Slated Notes
o.ldorl.1 for circlet
: ommerce
soonscflses .f h1811 the Gators. Warren Is widely known for I

f.lHbillty In 1926 he was elected state his oratory and uncanny abilityto ." '* /', ,.- _II> ..z..oJOuN' \"..
asst Color r"ft'''''' representative from Calhoun remember names nnd faces For -
Thursday of a special committee
Just two additional color County, before he reached his He probably knows more Floridians By j
control 'HI you oulcMradluit General Manager to make sure that every a
the color the my list birthday. Two years later than any other living per- I entrant In the tournament :
you lido a. le was a delegate to the Democratic A new motion picture dealing State Chamber President
,lomaf/c"C./., National Convention In son.Warren authored three books with conservation of natural resources Floyd Bowen Burt Myers, will receive a prize. i
ft/M-oruti off color Tex and in 1933 he Marquis Plckard Dudley Streamline Is beading a
Houston In the northern wooda."AII.cuh ,
M.dO/I1CK./ ? and after he left office
circuit whon blict wrote a ticket-felling team and Bob
seat the Jacksonville be' Towne and 1 represented i
snd whtle II SNn. won a on column Adventure, will
newspaper called "Facts Baldwin will be crew chiefof
.1"111" TVtoYfionif CoflicJtHandaoirio City Council serving through shown Thursday night at I Lakeland (and Bartow) at the !
and He
Figures. frequently the social hour and bar-
All ita are all-enannol! styling hardBoard 1937. He was chosen state representative rites letters to the editor. o'clock at the Civic Center U. S. Chamber I
and Mloet hartwoof from Duval Recreation Aircade in Miami .I becue.
UH' adaptable CountyIn Theater the Lakeland I
Warren and his wife Barbara Others in addition to those 6
.. last Tuei-|
: m.he'5O9: 1939. whom he married while he was Department and the Lake ,
d04SICKt1 who
ti. listed above are being
--- or In 1940 he tried for the gov- Region Audubon Society announced day.A '
rnor's office, but finished thirdIn governor moved to MiamiBeach yesterday.The I panel of] counted on for importantrotes f
In 1953 and he
opened a overall
in the arrangements
economic andleli.laUve
field of 11 candidates. He
a law office In downtown MiamI. all-color movie will be include Jimmy Musso
active in war bond drives experts [ !
(The Warrens were divorced in presented by its producer Olin
headed! Frank Decker, Captain
and in 1943 wangled a commission 959). Henry Brlggs of Odesia. Fla., I 5 (The Corn King) Hill. Jimmy I [
by outspoken
second lieutenant In the ,
guaranteed : Navy as Armed Guard Service. He He still lives at Miami Beach and Skowhegan, Maine. I National! Entzminger Lyle Holmes, \i

.( made 20 crossings. I and Is In constant demand as The movie depicts a IM.mile Chamber President .[ Guerry Dobbins Benny and I
Hit next political effort was an after dinner speaker but is canoe journey through the wilderness Edwin Collins Fenton Chan Hitch. 1
the governor's race In 2948 and forced to pass Up most such In. and shows how selective Neilan delved' cock. 0. G. Turner. Bob .
On./ul/year-'Motorola vitatloni. cutting of timber by lumber Into current na- BRYSON Adams Bruce Renfroe and ,
ne in a field of
high man
"" was .
guarantees every tube and -Te, nine In both the first and second "I find it Interferes with my .companies affects wildlife tional Issues in the day-long Tiger Star Al Kallne. All in I

part for one full year. If any Clock Radio to primaries. law practice" he says. "For Instance and opens the forest for new meeting the entire affair all this year's festivities
defective lull and wait you I'll be tied up In court growth masterfully run, "refereed"and promise to be the biggest and'
component proves FtituiM Vlcllllt to lot you toll llmo had Tax Program i when I'm supposed to be making The fourth program In the kept on schedule by the best ever so if you don't wantto
in normal use we'll arrange In the dwk lulls! you Ie UMB I and His legislative program called a speech at a luncheon meeting Audubon Nature Theater aeries, U, S. Chamber's able executive be left out-and a maximum .

to repair or replace it free, wihtc. you Golden with Voice rod *ref 4* sptakor OUIIMtlirm 'or' a S per cent tax on hotel and So I've had to limit my the showing of "Allagash Ad- vice president. Arch of 100 Lakelanders can
labor extra. dillotricrlipaound.srjsss tourist rooms increased taxes speaking to special services or venture" will be held to help Booth. A great vote of thanksis be accommodated better

$2995 on utilities Insurance, capital worthy charities" finance conservation education due these dedicated volunteer give us a ring right awayl
stock, banks, small loan companies Warren who for years did not scholarships for teachers. Tickets and staff leaders of our *
Come in for a demonstration and a severance tax on smoke, now likes fine Tampa- to the film are available at national organization for devoting The Tigers by the
made cigars and keeps a humidor Sanborn Camera Center and at way I
phosphate and fuel oil produced more than a month to featured In window
are being a
of them on his desk. He the theater box: office.
and distributed by companies the preservation of our Amer. of the Florida Showcase -
I in other states.A keeps In shape by exercising, ican security, prosperity and In Rockefeller Center
counter measure was the 3 I taking steam baths and soakingup freedom by means of this annual I
from March I through 12
\ per cent sales tax and Warren I sunshine. Muslims Give back.breaking air tour asa
of the Florida Development
\1 part
I says the state's financial condl. "I'm taking on the appearanceof : covering IS cities throughoutthe
KENNY'S T. V.1 NameNEW Commission's an-
lion forced him to go along a native he Joked recently Clay country. nual spring training
His citrus program included I "soaking up this good Florida I should like to add our promotion.
I putting the canning and concentrate sunshine I've been propaganda YORK (AP) Heavy; thanks .to President Bowen .
ing for so weight boxing champion Casslus And before leaving the subject
: Industry under state regulation many ye.n.tOn. for the thoroughly delightful
Grove Pork Shopping Center : and stopping green fruit' gets the Impression that Clay has a new name-"Mu- round trip as his guests In may I say AMEN to
Jack Slayton's admonition in
shipments. Fuller Warren, the country boy hammad All. IMC's .
Opon 9 till 9 Phone MU 8-3 553 I Warren and his administrator I from west Florida with a golden Elijah Muhammad leader of Beechcraft.luxuriously appointed his column last week aboutLakeland's

cam under fire from the Ke. voice and Webiterian vocabulary the Black Muslims bestowed needing to do
---- -- ---- -- ---- --- --------- la happy In the big city and aimsto the name on Clay during a radio some thinking about an improved

stay here. broadcast Friday night."I .' Detroit Tiger Coaches Pat Henley Field grand
Mullin and Bob Swift and stand. I couldn't
am honored, said the agree more
a D.na D.Da n..na D.Da D.na D. FIRST AID FOR 1040 champion who had announced First Baseman Norm Cash enthusiastically and in fact,

C WICHITA Kin. (AP) Wlch- earlier that he would follow the met Tuesday night with Seth have been urging ever since

a Itans who sought official help custom of fellow Black Muslims McKeel Bob Baldwin Stream I persuaded a local delegation

Dress tip a with their federal Income tax and be known as Cassius line Sale, Chester McDonald, to Inspect Clearwater'sJack
this year were referred to the A. H. Causier Bo Anderson Russell Stadium shortly
Q First Aid room in the Internal X.Black Muslims refuse to use Don Davis Joe Bridges, Bud after Its dedication several!

Revenue Service Building. the surnames their ancestors dy Hamm and Jack Slaytonof years ago.
% a The IRS said It was aware took from white men who owned our sports committee to *
w e that citizens needed tax: aid them as slaves. 1 1Pena. iron out details of the Cham One of Lakeland's truly out.
not First Aid but that they ber's annual Tiger Golf Tour- standing events Florida

il; + couldn't find any other place to Minn., was the nament and Barbecue scheduled Southern College Founders'
: set up temporary desks to provide northernmost town in the U.S. for this Thursday. Week-begins Thursday and
: C the help. before Alaska became a state Seth assumed chairman.CHILDREN'S runs through the weekend. Ofspecial

CI ,-- .1 interest and open to
EASIERid r 6 i the general public at no I

C charge are the following, all
+ (i 1 on Friday. March 13: 10:30:
I am. Convocation Speaker
Milburn P. Akers at Brans- I
comb Memorial Auditorium;

1 0 CUSTOMMADEsfi C 130430: : pm-tours of the I,
Frank Lloyd Wright campus;
30-7.00: p.m.-coronation of
Miss Southern and musical
g program featuring the FSC

EASTER Choir Band and Vagabondsand
internationally known con-
I cert pianist Ray Dudley.

M *
Q A Other Chamber events

slated for this week include
DEU\KHY I sTrvfORfi K.VSTRH VV\n\XTfF.D! 'C the regular monthly meeting

of the board of directors tomorrow

C a DRESSES ference of night the Private a planning Aviation con

( Committee called by Chairman

t1icii1Jiic! ; Wednesday coffee-and-donut Joe Ruthven afternoon for session o'clock and of a

C the Membership "Club" at
< 7:30 Friday morning.

C $177 to $597 New Member



Q CC Scout CouncilHAINES

AW WIDTH BMMmi Costello, Executive Director of
the Heart of Florida Girl Scout
CHOOSE FROM FLORIDA'S LARGEST Ckwoo Firs l kr..-'...-Wilfhle LJ NYLONS 100% DACRONS Council has appointed Mrs. Robert

Eastman of Winter Haven
FREE ,HOME DECORATING as a new member of the staff
E:1 n Sixes 1 to 3 3 to 6x 7 to 14 I Mrs. Eastman who has had experience

Fobrics SERVICE as a camp counsellor
E1 Q ,business manager of Girl Scout
Priced From ,..KTIMATlS "Ho MU 8-1415 ,Camps and a former leader will
t3 NO OIU4ATIOM be Public Relations Assistant for
$51 the lIVen countle.-
I Other staff members servingthe
area beside Mrs. Costello
MAE FABRICS I and Mrs. Eastman are District

CJ I Advisers Mrs. R. E. Maughan
DEPARTMENT STORE Lake Wales; Mrs. Harlan Herbert -

E1tJ Roos solo Lakeland; Mrs. GloriaMontrverdi
R.ra.rnb.. 'Yea per DISCOUNT CENTER Da-
Onlr / M.h,1.1. .
Ir ; nl Negrl. Ocala; Office Manager.
U d ExFlRTI Mrs. Marlon Price. Haines
City; Secretary, Mrs. George
.LIO.a00ODC PARK SHOPPING CENTER 108 E. Pine volunteer Newton Davenport registrar;Mrs.and full William time

Walmaley Davenport.i .


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Sunday, March I, 1164 7.3


r cENr W-D BRAND Leaner FresherGround

Killed In

i Y Air CrashARCADIA '\ Beef

(AP-A light plane ,
crashed Saturday near a landing
strip on a ranch killing the In Convenient Chub Paks
Deserve Consideration pilot, the owner of a Miami air,
craft repair firm. A young worn.
By WILLIAM. SHILLING an riding In the plane was in i
Ledger Staff Writer jured. r ,
The DeSoto County sheriffs 5
Commissioners this past week agreed to ex-
office !Identified/ the dead man at
tend the
municipality's fire
protection agreement fora W. C. Bergstrom, 47. president
six month period with Fire C
Dstrlct No. 1-the un- of the Air Carrier Engine Co..
incorporated area lying mostly east of the corporate and owner of 10,000-acres o 0A1 EXCELI-ENG ]
limits.Chester ranchland near Arcadia.
B. Kinsey, chairman of the Thrown from the
fire district, requested the extension at .o", wreckage was Martha Alvarez burning Prices Eff.ct'v. March 9 lira II i?
the monthly rate of $1,200 now being SAVE
lpi 22. She was taken to an Arcadia
charged by the city government for fire : hospital for treatment of burns LAKELAND STORES, ONLY : s lOt Ib.I
protection. I and broken bones.Witnesses. Y l. .

Kinsey reported that the district Is f r 1010 E. ROSE ST.
planning its own fire station and that Crash I
some necessary equipment is being pur- 'I' Thomas Gideon, ranch mana- 813 S. FLORIDA AVE.
chased. It appears that the district's fire ger for Bergstrom, and Ralph
department will be organized largelyon Staley, a ranch worker, saw the Quantity Rights Ruined +

a volunteer basis. crash, said Sheriff Lloyd Holton. e-_ ___
City Hallways believes that the Bcrgstrom, flying from Miami .I.-.
residents of the area are making a sad was attempting to land the n
and expensive mistake In exchanging SHILLING Piper plane about 10:30 am, a

the highly skilled and professionally directed fire Holton said. when he overshotthe _
protection service being offered by the municipality strip."H ifs
for fire protection under a volunteer department set saw he was in a Jam and
up. tried to give It the gas and DIXIE DARLINGDINNER
couldn't make it." Holton
It might be well for the individual citizens of the "He hit a fence and an oak tree
fire district to check on the higher costs they will and burst into flames'* -- -- --- -
have to pay for fire insurance when they discontinuetheir
fire protection agreement with the City of Lake- I ROLLS MlSAVE
Arab JetFighter '
Several previous columns have been written to 6 Pak
the effect that, all city services considered, It costs In a
more to live outside the corporate limits than it costs
within the municipality.This .
applies to medium and lower-priced homesIn First TestCAIRO

particular. In addition to fire protection, sanitarysewer '

rates are higher outside the corporate limits. (AP) The United MORE .
Garbage collection costs are generally higher. The Arab Republic announced today ,
cost of electric power and water is the same although the first successful flight of its ON YOUR TOTAL FOOD
computed differently to balance off the city's utility supersonic Jet fighter plane _
tax with the outside surcharge.Dividing developed by German technicians
from the plans of famed -
World War II designer Willy

Line InvisibleIn Mesierschmitt.A government announcement Where You Get Top Value Stamps

actuality, the City of Lakeland and Greater said "The U.A.R. manufactured -
Its first
Jet fighter which
Lakeland are one and the same separated only by made Its successful= flight SAVE lOe THRIFTY MAID
an Invisible legal line. The fighter was made todaY'1 2S n.BtI. 1
Dr. James Sheehan, consultant from the University The plane was powered Apple Sake Limit Two 19c
of Cincinnati, estimated that some 25,000 persons first flight, reliable sources said 1 .
live within the three-mile belt just outside the cor- by a British Orpheus engine It e I SAVE 4c ROYAL FRUIT FLAVOREDGelatin.
porate limits. was not known who was the pilot

The invisible legal line means that these 2 ,OOO for the test flight but an Indian R.a. 'ka. 71
Force wing commander Limit Four
persons have no voice in the municipal government been in Cairo for months and hasl .

in the over-all community in which they live. was originally scheduled to -- DIXIE DARLING RAISINCinnamon
An In this is the make the
Interesting aspect area present hop.
situation the location of the This t
on junior college. Exceeds Mach 2 Buns 29
should be tremendously Important to Crystal Lake, P
Kathleen, Country Club Estates, Lake Gibson, High The plane, designated the
land City, the Combee development, Eaton Park, HA300 Is a needle-noaed, awept- '
wing Jet designed 'F'O'OD.S
Medulla and the other residential sections Involved. than twice the speed to reach of sound more I ,F OZEN ,

There are many younger parents In these residential at lea level and to be equal to i
districts. They have youngsters who will needto or better than the French.built SAVE 18e MORTON FltOZ. I
attend the junior college. Its location, its accessibility Super-Myittre with which the
will be an economic factor in future years.It Israeli Air Force is equipped. Donuts 3 Pkl' $1
made interesting headlines when vatious communities Reliable sources lay it will .
In the eastern part of the county, in par- be> months before the tint plane SAVE ASTORJROZ.Icauliflower:
pushed the sound barrier
through :
ticular endorsed the Haven site becauseof
golf course
and longer still before it Is
its accessibility to their areas. There were city lilted for maximum perform Z 1001."... 11ge'MORE
officials and there were chambers of commerce off ance. Man production of the .
cials. :plane also li believed to be in [ii
Yet, more people live In this three-mile belt thanIn I the distant future.

many of these communities combined. But there Rejected By Spain
We Sell Only The
or chamber of commerce-wise-
was none- city-wise
It was developed from plant ,
to speak for the 2 ,OOO! which Metierichmltt originally! Freshest In Fruits

made for a Spanish company '
iipana Aviation. The plant And Vegetables In Our
No Plea To Annex were rejected by Spain as too
expensive and turned over to PRODUCE DEPT.
Lest this be construed as a presentation for annexation the Egyptians. IAMT : ALUES'i

It should be emphasized that such is not Construction was at a factoryat i
the case. There Is a negative connotation to the word Helwan, Just south of Cairo "
annexation. This is because there have been instances by a special group, largely staffed QUICK FROZEN LAMB
when municipal governments have sought to annex i by German technician The + s
areas simply for tax purposes.At Indian Government hn collate-, Shoulder Chops .4qc 40
rated' through an exchange of
for the
hall there Is little enthusiasm
the city technical information and is I WI GIVE ""
annexation of any areas presently outside the corporate '
helping in the manufacture of
limits. The commission and administrative officials the Egyptian Jet engine which SAVE tOe ft. FANCY RED RIPE
are well aware that long-range planning wouldbe eventually will be instilled In Per Pound 49C I I

tended.an easier matter if the corporate limits were ex- the plane. I I I. gjg--... Tomatoes

But they are also well aware of the fact that any WE GIVE
annexation would Involve the expenditure of substantial 'x-Lakelander QUICK FROZEN LAMB

police ers, storm protection capital drainage improvement and, streets other and funds corporate street for lights sanitary services., fire sew-and It On) Defense Shoulder Roast I j 2 Ibs. 49c

would take years, many years, before any tax revenues
from an annexed area could balance off the Analyses Staff SAVE tOe Ie (we GIVE
capital investment.But Per Pound 39': \ EXTRA FANCYSweet
back to the original premise. The fire protection WASHINGTON Mrs. Grace
agreement was extended; Fire District No 1 will Kelleher, a native Lakelander, Ii Potatoes lb. 13cPork
soon have Its own fire protection service. And fire was recently appointed to the
professional staff of the ,
insurance rates will be substantially higher.
I tute for Defense Analytes (Inltl-I
in Washington, D. C. She the Steaks WE GIVEPorPound ,D'A1RY PE IA[$! I
former Grace Walker Rives
Long-Range Plan Needed daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. B.

City Hallways has been critical of the fact that Rives, 413 North Kentucky Ave- MIRACLE CORN OILMargarine
SAVE 10 Ik.
the city commission and the administration actually Before Joining! I D A, Mrs, 4ge -. 39'

have no long-range capital improvement program to Kelleher was deputy chief, Aerospace .___ .. ,! : _
of this ever-growing com dh .u u """
meet the future needs Support Division, U. S.
munity. lAir Force Directorate of Supply Mr M l l.Ml mI m.MMA.nJIMG e mli UA'lI( lW.r .

commission last Monday took a first and had received a number Jib! 3T100 VALUE STAMPS
step towards city correcting this situation by directing to work of important with the Citations Air Force for, par-her I so wlllllhlt EXTRA miiwft TOP..VALUE 4 Ik*pwfhm SUMPS-.fRtnuiit SO with EXTRA this m TOP.......VALUE* .... psrd.N.f STAMPS iMi M.,...***. p.rth..1Plumrose
be I
that a capital improvement plan blueprinted in the field of Milford Wild Imported
cover the next five or 10 years. Needless to say, any :ticularly logistics I finned Hams $229m I-Iwilli
management. A graduate of Deodorizers 49 0O bad Seed 5fc.49c
or it will be worth- in.I <
be Implemented
such less. plan must Lakeland High School (1944), O..d*.I ly Kwa CM a win.541.5m.LIMO ..*4 wiry I.*Ch.l a WlM.OI l Htm 1 ....M Kwik OHS Ck.k Pee a CUSTOMER WI..OI.1o 5irNlIMl1
the received her B. S. degree in ONI pre cuiroMiaCMIM LIMn ONe Pll CUITOMHCMP.
is to stand in the wings .M ,.. .. c C"p".V.M" no.h Marsh 11II
Concediiig that it easy Military Science from the University V Thrall Merck IIjmmmmW YepTAr.Y.h March 11
and criticize the players on the stage, we would take of Maryland In 1952 and I FFi mff1 ltr'J11 !mJ'N1frhaJ :
some issue with placing the responsibility for the decision M. A. degree la Statistics from I ,
on what Lakeland needs or does not need on the American. University in i)'$
the even shoulders with the of addition the planning of department per on se a, I 1955.Mrs. Kelleher her husband I' SO EXTRA. TOP VALUE. ...STAMPS'wOtroni ...... SO EXTRA TOP VALUE SO EXTRA thie TOP..VALUE.. thl....STAMPS..-..1D.erfi.ld
Frank J. Kelleher. an Air Force 1h d willo this_,-... tho .
short-term basis. realty officer and their two I'! Thick Dover Frozen frozen
Instead, it would seem that the elected city com- Eileen and Linda j I- Cat Core 2 98cG.
daughters slicedeacea :; $109{ IwM. Breaded Shrimp 'if'' a.a, J-Jwith
mission should Sit down determine with a the committee future of needs public- live in Alexandria I ., Va. At IDA,i I e..d.11Kwa CM a wh1.Di.i.5.n.LIMIT i 0.... ...M Kwlk CH.li a ,...- S1AMPSJ ( ....silt Kwih Ch.k a CUSTOM"C. W1e.Di.I..1.r.e f
spirited citizens to she will i be doing analytic research ONI pia cuiroMiaMM tIMIT ON. Pll LIMIT ONI 'U .... l
parks, an auditorium-arena a new grandstand at for the Economic and I ( Vend rhraih M.elllI c...,.. v.... III..... M"' ..,.. V.Il" Thrwph M. 11
Henley Field, a public beach, baseball diamonds and Political Studies Division. The' mmrnm 1nm'FffimmBeechnut 1fmffffj'fJ !
playgrounds, fire stations, and other such capital Institute for Defense Anaryies isj| '
a nonprofit organization doing' -- -

projects.With this kind of direction, it will be no problem scientific economic and, opera-I Strained Beauty Skimmed ScoWsPlacemats SCott'IConfidets Jack's A..t.Cookies.
lions research studies primarily
for George A. Sanford the city's capable director for the Office of the Secretary)
of planning, to detail such a program on a coordinated :of Defente. It If sponsored bya I Baby Food Milk ,
make basis.such In fact a request, we would to the predict governing that body.In 'throughout group the of United 11 universities Statei. 10 ft 99' Me. I 1/V IU( 24 Ct. 39c 24 CL 87 16 OL. 39cP. j'Outsiders'

any event Lakeland will have a master, capl- I TaO Cam Pkg. Pkg.
tal improvement program. And it will be kind 61! nice Lhasa capital and holy cityof
to hear people say that Lakeland is progressing- Tibet sometimes la called
the "Forbidden City." J
not in spite of Itself-but because of itself.

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'Nightmare Suspense Comedy' AC ooy COLD&!TTINO, AUNT PaeNf A TO t301N0 8eDFRITZI 4 WHEN MY t HAD

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I : Opens At Polk Theater Thursday


Peter Sellers and George C viet Premier in a bizarre at- who shares one of the high and rodeo rider Slim Picken a
Scott are ttarrea in Stanley tempt to save the world. spots of the films continuing plays the pilot of the H.bomber -
Kubrick "Dr, Strangclove or: which manages to get through .
Sellers plays three roles in comedy when he first learnsof -
How I Learned To Stop"Worrying the film, as he did In the bomb unleashing while both American and Russian defenses .. :;;;.:::;;:-=:;
and Love the Bomb, open- Kubrick'The a role Sellers originally
ing Thursday at the Polk Theater -, earlier picture, dallying in the mirror lined was to play but an Injured ankle
star Is seen as the President of f
The film, a Columbia' boudoir of Miss Foreign Affairs -made Pitken substitution _
the United States, desperately / ,,! A/lfWTY nj /' H01NcrA{ $Dib 7EPoMFs "AND stir THBous/f meJtlNGli (JNAWAAL Tht!WZSS( /cStSMATR7NFiw
release, 11 called a "nightmare: trying to prevent the destruction the Pentagon secretary necessary ,' : B4NAew NFAw 7W! i e :al w! THECR urn!6W> S HMXOxr AIEw Tx uArPIY:
suspense comedy" by the pro- of the world In the few played by Miss Tracy Reed. Screenplay for "Dr, Strange-- I .. 70f-TCIN AIESS4uFpRUMMERk1NG -. AOY WEAPQNS- # ne IMMKSI"
ducer-dl rector, Hayden plays the Air Force love or: How I Learned to Stop| I.I I.d I.i I. HAIL-TH!
brief hours between the unleashing ,i i
Also starred are Sterling Hay of the bombers and general whose unreasoning fear Worrying and Love the Bomb OF NEW maJUN6LE RUL0ROF
den, Keenan Wynn Slim Pick the fall of the bomb Itself; he leads him to his unilateral war, was written by Stanley Ku INAMBESIDESTROYEDy !
ens and screen newcomer Tracy role and Keenan Wynn Is the Army brick, Peter George and Terry; <
in the title as a TOM
Reed as Miss Foreign Affairs German appears "nuclear wi.eman" officer unable to think past his Southern, based on the novel y ;PN f' I

," whose cold.blooded approach to battle orders. Western actor "Red Alert," by Peter George .

Ingenious Scheme the bomb is computerlike Inappears J f ee s t
How I its Inhumanity: and he 'T -
Strangelove or: I .
as an RAF. Group Captain 1 f.e7
and rJohnson
to Stop Worrying 4
acting as liaison with the U. S.
Love the Bomb" has a psychotic '
Air Force
Air Force general trig ,
What Happened? '
gering an ingenious foolproof (C7NT'D,
and Irrevocable scheme unleashing Scott plays the chairman of
his wing of B52 H. the Joint Chiefs of Staff a man
Bombers to attack Russia The 'whose training and beliefs are

President of the United States at war with his own realizationof THIS! ISM!EXAMPLEOFClRUNlTOF SEND ANOTHER
unable to recall the aircraft is what is happening, and what COINA
forced to cooperate with the So- must happen. It Is Scott too, EXCNAN6E. I TI ; .


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SHOWN When I woman meets a man like htm POLK Now showing, 'Dead Ringer,' with Bette Davis,

7 AT;00AND thert'i only .ne thing t. do Karl Maiden and Peter Lawford, '' .tt..a. .= M

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GROVE Coming soon, The Brass, Bottle,' with Tony
Randall, Burl Ives and Barbara Eden.


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i [, Miss Eden walks out In
Fakrash knows exactly!;
I to do He conjures up i.
assortment of female
Las ., each wearing little more

I a few transparent veils. SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN-Tonlght through Tuesday The LAKELAND DRIVE-IN
: Tonight through Tuesday, 'Dark
makes of them
a gift to his
: / I Sadist with Arch Hall Jr. Also showing The Incredibly Purpose,' with Shirley Jones and Rossano Brazzl, Also showing -
., Strange 'The Hunters,' with Robert Mitchum.
SEE I Bigamy Better

r- genie is highly chagrined
.... .. that monogamy is Creatures'P 'Dark Purpose'Features Freak Mishap

only legal pattern of life in Derails Seaboard
Sff world today, being forced to +
NON. : conclusion that the bigamous Both Train At LawteyLAWTEY
of yesteryear were far su

II Love SuspenseLove (AP-A freak derailment
another measure of gratl strewed the SeaboardAir

FILM I the genie conjures up a and suspense vie with Line Railroad line north of
chest filled to the brim each other In Universal Dark Lawtey with freight cars which
; gold bullion, crews worked to clear
representing Purpose In color which away today
I well above the million ens op- .
tonight at the Lakeland
I mark, The broad smile Drive-In. in Investigators said pulpwood
Starring the film
I his countenance Is turned r are Shirley Jones, Rossano logs on one of 10 cars shifted!
I bitter disappointment on be- Vt Brazil George Sanders, Geor- projected over the side and
told that federal law decrees gla Moll and Micheline Presle. tripped a switch which diverted
felony to possess gold in "Dark Purpose" was filmed part of the northbound train onto
I form. high the a siding Friday night. Twenty
up on Amalfl! coast In
I one occasion he material the Ravello area where Jackie empty cars and the IlI-log.lade.
a herd of camels, and again and Caroline Kennedy spent cars were derailed.
,I of elephants. only to their' vacation Moat of the During repair operations todaya
"- 1 that in the era of f roeFiLMLAND DRIVE.IN Tonight through Tuesday, Walt action takes place In the cliff bulldozer blade struck the fuel.
and the motor vehicle the Disney's 'Misadventures of Merlin Jones,' with Annette, plush hanging Villa Clmbronl where tank of an empty refrigerator
tend to frown upon suc 'Disneyland After Dark Also showing.Three Coins in the Greta Garbo and Leopold Sto- car and the tank exploded
cluttering the highway..1 kowiky lived In the 1930s No one was reported injured
: Fountain, with Clifton Webb and Jeanne Crain,
I -- Shirley Jones plays the role -In the derailment or the blast
I : GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER of the woman who falls in love -
/ with an aristocratic
: Medal killer Her
Te.ral'W: wardrobe ia designed by Italy STARTS TUES., 7 PJW.Ft .

9 I..IKEI4/I\'D.S: FINEST Now AvailableWASHINGTON fashion designer Balestra, H..I, Armwy. Tamp
Rossano Brazzl adds to his
usual part of the Latin lover ERts It
(AP) A with a portrayal of a husband FAYOUS
medal bearing a likeness .of torn between his mentally-ill ,
NOW SHOWING President Johnson now is aVailable wife and a new love he will
to the public, the Bureauof kill to attain.
Sk.w, At 1 :00-1:11-5:227:144 the Mint announced George Sanders is called upon -

The three-inch, bronze presl. to play virtually himself in pi {t t n4!
10 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS dential medal bears a likeness "Dark Purpose" His naturally MAR 10 Him
of Johnson by the mint's chief sophisticated humor is a Joy. .t I M.UXMI
sculptor, Gilroy Roberts The He is SWM OMNIN* .
an art appraiser who wee N t O.N.messy.
PICTURE OF THE YEAR! reverse side contains an Inscription brings Miss Jones, as his assistant .a.s. | n p Mf
from Johnson address und. 17e N. a.d seep..
to I to Brazzis villa .
to ape O. Wnd., NNYs
OmI ACTOR! BEST DIRECTOR! Congress on Nov 27: "We will{ praise the owners art treasurers e.wn.n./
Albert flnn., Tony Richardson serve all the nation a united II Yap S.. m. icySA.N

NEW YORK FILM CRITICS AWARD people with a united purpose' Georgia Moll plays the part Yor Hm
The medal costs $3, including of Brazzi's mentally wife NOT Sees
postage, and may be obtained and Michelme Presle is seen as Tkm All!
amWMfDY from the_Philadelphia mint, his mistress, TAe Am tfn//
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ABBY: You have always Insisted that the white DEAR ABBY: Our father I is a surly argumentative type
wedding gown and veil are symbol of chastity and virginity, who could never get along with anybody. Mamma was an angel 'IpKttfo, THANK 1A7U,7 LIKE MARRYING YOU? 'AU WOULDN'T CTHERWISEI RLSPSCTME !
worn only by bride! who have earned them. Now and even she couldn't please him. She died two years ago and THi LIGHTS AND THE MUSIC DESERVE TW Jyou quote from St. Thomas Aquinas, and teem to have wavered now F.theru 59 and lives alone.' He tried living with each ARt: tAW, AND so Is MYRESISTMICEI PRIVILEGE. -, ANY C1.IION3 ei
from your original stand. I certainly believe In the forgiveness one of us (we are all married) but he never lasted over two KISS ML, FROM 1pUJ 41/tl LIPShNy THE HOUSCPn
Jof line; that even the sin of unchastity can be, and .Is, forgiven months with any of us. He left every place mad Just before FEJIRLlS4 j'f1RR WFWTeur

jby the Lord If the sinner Is truly repentant But this forgiveness Christmas he wrote each of us telling us not to buy him anything
does not remove the consequences: of the sin. The unchaste
because he
wasn't buying us anything-not even the grandchildren
woman may be forgiven by the Lord,, but she still loses her My oldest sister was so ashamed she bought her chil-

I right to the symbol of virginity. I urge you to remain firm In dren gifts' and put "Love from Grandpa" on the cards. Now

I your original position. Our young people mint learn that there he has sent n* each another letter laying that when he die S

Bare certain penalties for unchaatlty and reward for purity.' he doesn't want to "bother" any of his children with the burial as I

A CONCERNED PASTOR -that he has everything fixed up with the Veterans' Burial
DEAR PASTOR: I remain firm la my stand, and waver not Association. Should we Ignore him or try to make the peace?

the slightest.. I printed the Catholic point *f view, though It I IIot SPEAKING FOR THE FIVE OP US r .. .
"- my own, In fairness to my reader. .. .. . -.Ttir.--..

DEAR SPEAKING: It I II sometimes difficult to tell whethera

DEAR ABBY: My ion has been married approximately person I Is sick.'or just "acting ugly" Someone te your family Yil
six and should keep h touch with him because he to need TRAC'Y 5145 WA3 AND SHE YE3. WHY DOES $HEWANT'
| years, so far aU they have been able to raise are dog*. appear help THE WINDCIw Has HER HEAD AER HEAD IN
JfThey teem very satisfied and then i* never any mention of Try to keep the peace even If yea must go 95 per cent of the YOU SAVED BABY'*THE UVCi MOTHERSAND VOUTOA WIDe OPZN! eR-RR! \I / IN fl 45 SUN.

their having children. They have two Boston bull at presentnd way. YM won't regret It = A HEROINC. ,P.ND ITb 15 BHE aLDPA

they treat them like babies.! Should I ask my daughter-in- LIKE HOXIN ANIGt SUN

law If that's the best she can do? > HERE!

DEAR DISGUSTED) Ask your sea. Bat don't be surprised SALEM, N. C.I She'll probably deliver the baby before he deliver VL>r

be ten yon hell "de better when ..'* doggone good aDelHd the ring. Send m* your name and address and III tend I' I

,. yea a list el home for unwed mother_m your area.PUZZLE / 4


Church Should Have By CLAIRE HUNTER

I a a t r 1" II la (ITIt (

Suggestion BoxBy .t JI S00NI'WAlT PARSON TUTTLE"!! ) LEAVE THAT _

rw roorir
George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. OFR MY FOOT:! (, TO CHURCH SUNDAY -

"(CASE S-4ott Hank J., aged and other Interesting thing. 1e .i.. 1

If., I II an efficiency IXpert.Ltoor. we teen-ager enjoy. = )

Crane" he began, "I rll le II l i

[teach a teenage Sunday -
[stool. clas -II'
vile students to rate their
.rBSo I think a But the .1 JII
professor faculty
I"SuggestionI i often are indignant at this F [ I
Box' would be U U
laying student are Incompetent I
[Vfjry helpful in
[ u.e+ to rate teachers I ae arac -,
I every church, But that's malarkyl After
regardless of the of 16 folk have
Ita age young u a, as asa
[ denomina-
adult brain and
on I are pretty YOU KNOWStltDIDN'T wtu I 00!o00D NEWS \\U\ YOU'RtNOT WHAT WOULD WANT TO DO
shrewd Judge of punk oratory ena .t'll Itn fKIWJINO '
found that needed hi both pulpit and II JIANit CAl1 I KNEW WHERE nit title CflLLINU
iot of my classroom YOU Tti! WHERE Mt lslu COULD REACH YOUip" / BACK NOW/
Students don't 1 141 I- 52e. k f;
1 iv '
tey to hear I "Money player and those
h. CRANEmill" who are topnotchers always ..
welcome wggestloni. se -I
i ic
sermoa"When It'l usually the second y '
I asked them .l1l1t / h
rater that are scared about
I they gave me several very .
being rated by their customer I
I pertinent iniwen which Ipa.1Id
pupils, parishioner or ACROSS
| along to the pastor. patient

Here are tome of the Prop. tree. Mischa. '
I chief reasons which they cited, 8 Scenic view, 27 Vigor; force: 47 Is -contin \
I so you might Ilk to pass them 10 Snarling Lat gent.
F on to your readers." Family fellows. 28 Count. tl Religious '
14 Hastened: al of Harvajd. :i belief. :' (i iI ir
-* *
: C -, I HOPE I HAVEN'T 13u6T ARRIVED THERE-s cue flIINO 0F1CMvleTuose
Hank's Idea about a "Sugi Having 11 With -Ing, 32 Voided ,; 54 Goddess for G 3UDGa P fed MLFARRIW6IVNfr a6Pr t TNQ A Pew MO qrsstJO Ma; R 3:: M1Y PtPNT'ice
gestlon Box" would be helpful becomes escutcheons. the UN. HERO YET .H A ri7CLL1GItY .AN! MGi s-U / Tall Me THAT eau PILUAMC
i Etectra. 35 Prevent. > 16 Before o, u. FOR ue& SRADaetl Moriseaf .
for many large Industries Bad Year : / ,
18 Home of M--piy- {7 Late UNSec' i ale
follow that plan with good re* r
' suits.A 38 across. lIobl.. )'-
FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) 'Thls 17 U.S. Amb. 17 Shakespearean General.
"Suggestion Box" thus has definitely been a bad year at UN. role. 60 One pedal
would permit a church to conduct for the Walter M Harrison 20 Not In theHighlands 3IU In UN. digit: 2 wds.

anonymous poll of pub- amlly.Mr 39 Jail. 61 Gay town. I
lic opinion without embarrassing *. Harrison fell and broke n Female 40 Mass. cape. 62 Friend in
the Individual parishioner. I leg on New Year' eve. Son bassos? 41 Gen. U.S. 61 across.
So here are some of the John broke an arm a few week 22 Intellectual 42 French 63 Scotland

suggestions that Hank' teenage later. gifts. leave. -.
Sunday School class of. Tuesday, Harrison was mak- 23 Longs. 43 Crabs. 64 U.S. river
fered. log a business call In nearby 25-- 45 Beat retreat. U Bachelor r

(1) The preacher doesn't Perry, Tenn, when his car little nut 46 Leopold or girl
move around enough while stalled while crossing: I stream \

talking.He Heavy rain tent waters DOWN WHAT HAPPENED'. NO-'THSY WEl1E / U BUT COOKIE AND IATB
piously fold his hands surging down the creek, and ( WEBB STRAWBERRIES j VERY EXPENSIVE, THEM ALL WHILE WE
ever hit fat front and Intone! Harrison had to swim for his 1 Booth. 19 Calendar bract bot 8pr HAD 'TIDO i eUAa wnnTMcLa.'naVGf
In a monotonous manner. life while his car floated downstream 2 Like now, term. d RUR author. iJTV -

(2) He fall to maintain eye- mans 24 State. 44 Crushed. = t1rICE FORIrArVERI ,
contact with his congregation The proverbial straw came I Green Hat Injure. 41 Pascal had
7.J !
when he reached home Whilehe man. more than
h focussed the I
i Instead, on 21 Maurice or = av
distant wall or telling and was mayor a few years ago 4 Positive voteS one. 4Ii! r
rarely glance directly at Harrison put through an ordinance Scorifies.I Madge. 47 Man'i name = a
anybody requiring swimming Debate itemre 29 Actor Rip. 48 Ruth's ... TI 1
pools to be fenced. High winds Congo. 30 Kind of sin: mother-in- -
(3) He wears solemn black lad blown down the fence 7 Factor In abbr. law. I

robe that make hit costume around his own pool placinghim nation's 31 Storm 48 Fleur _.

I I monotonous. and unlnteresfrI In violation of his own pet economy. 32 Norwegianking. 50 Factions. [ f

law. ISosaRodrlguex It June I 1944
I If his speech I It dull, at leastwe'd '33 Guido -, 82 Hungry" I s P \
I like Interesting "en-
to UN. ItaL painter enough to
I .sembl" to look at to hold our 41 CandidatesNow I Wrapper: 34 Of Earth, WHAT IS YOUR TRUL MV MOTHER M A WIDOW-WHO? MAKi '
U.000,000 horse.
10 member.
I the audience doesn't understand QualifiedFor UN sq. miles. S3 Composer I y THIS' NoOtJllH6I-1! WANT TO MRS,vrtTH TI THEATER HIRC-THRU MONTHS AOOMWD
11 UN member.' 33 State
I tell 12 Fray. trouble'hooter. 85 avis. I! WOULD MOMPUTH.YHONI5T IN MY UFll
(S) He doesn't any Polk RacesBARTOW I ii
I stones as examples. He sounds 13 Without: Fr. 85 British WITH MC-AOOUT I
I like a geometry teacher tec U Course of 38 Tupelo. legislators. youMtifJ
taring about theorems inPmath. Forty-one candidates action: 39 Portend. {9 Kind ofsession. r
are now qualified for the comb form 41 Chaffy .

I (I) He doesn't use Illustra May I primary erection. Solution la Friday's PuzzleUUUU 0
bolstered late
I tton that are familiar to his The list was '.7
audience: but Quotes from Friday afternoon whoa three: I Ii Iy

book or author we never potential officeholders, including. ULJUUU UUUUUUIM
heard of before. two incumbent paid their qualification M CRYPTOGRAM i

(7) He ha no sense of humor fees m the office o/ HCIQjann DUD -By Allegra Joyce
for he never tell any Circuit Clerk D. H. Sloan Jn noon DtsaaJMIIMMMHtin 1
Incumbents who qualified Friday ( QfiinnnarjQO S
of Public nnnnn matinHI
I He doesn't know our were Superintendent
( )
name when he meet u* on Instruction Shelley and S. Boone Floyd iifiinn* nnnnn iinnnn nrJnnnaoo jan TAIL AKKPUO EPI ABM A Mf MCL MlMIOXAtY stew Kft>*l \ WHO Poe- WNYZ I 7NSN NOW COULC j b
the street or even at lit of Winter Haven IN A seniors AFRICAN elM HVg HAP TOf* (P HI* DID,.. Na NAVe 5510
of Medulla seeking reelection ILROTPSC CDANSM. A POST I POOP ..Tsr5MATICALLYPoISDNJO
church door though he has Wood TON K WORKING OVSft LIAVI OUR I
1 VARY slew AWN Ml WAS W.Ae rk
: to the District county A!erp 5 AND y
for a
been our pastor commission seat M T eaN. IL1WaL.AVa [ HOT 8000, PROM P5055
Yesterday" cryptogram: I ele7aR
year. Paul yvA IHI
(9) He call as "children" The third qualified was longtime nnnnn nnnnUUUU Benign being will Dot align I IN.TDN POsLANOLiI'AAI
of Winter
though we are union and Vaughn assistant! clerk who I II UQUQD DBQO17M with men who malign Iisl t' i

senior In high KbooL seeking the circuit clerk post A _.
(10) H. never uses any v
is retiring after 28 1
tion. Sloan --- ---
magic trick or references to

current TV program, movie yean March hi 17 office.I 11 the final date for Nightspots Told Princess Irene 4f j ,

IVhite Prisoner qualification. To Help Girls To Marry SoonTHE } II

Former RubyStripper HAGUE (AP-Prlnce ilX I
& ...APM
Keeks To Picture Held Avoid Pinchers Irene of the Netherlands and

Don Carlos de Bourbon Parma

tell As Negro ORANGE. Tex. (AP>-Pollc WINNIPEG, Man. (AP) -The,will be married sometime between 554eIINII
21 Control Board' Whitsuntide and RCsEF IT'SDARW CAN FEB. X Z FBIUrr
today held Patricia Koto, Manitoba Liquor M.yI7. RUNNIK. R SOWIm4
TLeJ Oozw saroMtJD
MOBILE Ala. (AP-A coo. former stripper at a.Jack Ruby put it up to the night spots I the first part of July, the government Q 1st A'IY eooT'slDEIiP POM orroMY TOEaS
let seeking a new trial orround I night club to Dana*. on charge either give scantily clad waitresses information service $V3CX A. MY
were systemBicauy of possession of dangerous drug more maneuvering roomor says.
Negroes excluded from thiBand and marijuana. make them wear more The service said site of the r '

which Indicted bind I Officer said they arrested clothes.! ceremony hasn't been selected,
a Jury court here -"1 am non Mill Koh, who perform under The aim was to discourage but It I* expected to be a Roman I
bite." the name of Penny Dollar In a "alappen and pinchers" a commission Catholic church. Irene I ,

Kftut the 29-year-old convict. bus station. They quoted her u spokesman said.The ,,abandoned the Dutch Reformed I II
llfton Jones of Mobile retr.ctthll saying she was en route from deadline was March 1. So Church and wa converted to r
I statement Thursday. Dallas to Florida. far three Winnipeg spot have Roman Catholicism. She gave I 17 1 1
be blue Sheriff Chester Hobs said dressed the girl up rather than up her right of succession to $ '
pale skinned, eve E-
,free then apologized to thiHurt e Mill Koh would be returned to I increase the floor space per the Dutch throne. Inland's royal 1L
and withdrew his pet tbn Dana to appear as a witness, customer from 12 square feet' family has been SadltlonaUyProtestant
murder trial toll I
t a new trial in Ruby's


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Letter Staff Writer

I Traveling Posters a

The Dean Of Florida Citrus
I : I)
THE TRAGIC DEATH last Saturday Alfred
Benjamin Michael has deprived the Florida citrus To Millions Via

industry of a figure who, in his significance, seemedas
much an institution as a with no sac- 14
person More than billboards e s S
rifice of his personal warmth and magnetism. 1.000 rolling were available, the
There few milestones in which carry Florida orange purchased additional
\ 4 the history are of very the: industry in which Juice advertising message,I were since May supplied another with 1,000 the I : YOU SHOP'J.M.. FIELDS

r: the wizard of Wabasso did not figure. along the nation's highways will, Using material.
',' The adoption in 1922 of a uniform receive a face-lifting shortly Gardner listed nine FOOD' CENTER
when the first of the Florid
grading system for citrus by the U.S. companies which, since
f Department of Agriculture who Citrus Commission's newest Fall, have contributed
A. B. posters go up on the sides o f YOU GET A DOLLAR'S
used the system developed by without charge as traveling
commercial trailer units which
Michael. : boards for Florida
Coloring fruit one of the earli- transport frozen market.concentrated These are Terminal : FOR YOUR DOLLAR.PRICES .
Juice to
est and most effective methods was of Tampa: Carolina
$1 developed by A. B. Michael The new posters depict a Carriers of Cherryville, GOOD THRU TUESDAY
Florida Citrus Mutual A. B. glass of orange Juice, framedby Clay Hyder Trucking
clusters of fresh oranges. Dade City; Belford
of the founders.
PRATT Michael was one At the top of the poster is the Co. of Orlando and ;
Florida Citrus Commission its message,"0,J. Is On The Way Banh Truck Lines of ; SCOUNiZ.
establishment was influenced by A. B. Michael's pioneer while at the bottom Is, "The Refrigerated Transport
attempts to set into motion a Citrus Code with Real: Thing From Florida." Atlanta; Food Transport 1 I

regulatory powers over the entire industry. '''The message Is! short ando York. Pa.( Tompkins FOOD CENTER011"QUANTITY.
the point," said H. S. Gardner Lines of Lakeland! :
Shenandoah Commission advertising) Trucking Co. of eralm .. ..
BORN AUG. 2J, 1877 in the Valleyof slteortlT
Virginia, Michael came to Florida with his fam- manager. "We are conveying to' Md., and Wilson Brothers etuelrT
ily in 1886 after his father bought land first in the viewer the fact that the Company of Carthage, Mo. .RIGHTS RBETVED
trailer contains another load of
Panama City and then around Gainesville and final. lt,00 Mlles A Month .
frozen concentrated
ly at Wabasso, where the family settled. Juice, or O,J., and at the orange same A Commission
Michael started to work at the age of 13; im- time we offer the viewer assur- Is devoting full time to (
probably enough, as a deck hand on a sailing boat. ands that the Juice is! real orange ing trucking companies
Florida was truly a frontierland then, empty of rail Juice, not Just another oftbe 'truck terminals with the WHAT YOUR DOLLAR BUYS !
roads. Instead, freight was shipped down the Indian many synthetics which are ten, Gardner said. He
River by boat. flooding the market today. ed that any company or
life with far wishing to have a poster PANTRY PRIDE QUALITY FRESH
An adventuresome voyages as Seen By Millions
north as Charleston S. C. and as far south as the Gardner figures the traveling on Commission a trailer office should in contact

Bahamas, reached its pinnacle in 1899 when the 18- billboards will be exposed to "These trailers average
year-old received his master's sailing license and was several million consumers asthe most 10,000 miles per BEEF
promoted to captain of a trading boat. trailers ride the highways and we know many
Michael might never have gotten into citrus or move through city streets of people throughout the
might have gone on to something else if he hadn't enroute to supermarket terml- try see the citrus posters, ]
decided at the ripe age of 25, in 1902, that the rail- nals. as do Floridians," Gardner
roads were coming to Florida and it was about time More than 1,400 trailers were clared. "If one trailer does TENDER TASTY
to retire from the sailing business and find a new carrying the citrus posters atthe count for 10,000 miles In
line of work. time of the severe December month then 1,000 trailers
In the same year although he was planningto 1962 freeze, which brought register 10,000,000 traffic BEEF LIVER
open a general store Michael bought his first a halt to most of the Commii- in the same period of time. I
land from his father, about three acres on Orchid slon'. advertising efforts. Last ,doubt about it, this method I # { :III.I
Island near Wabasso. After almost deciding on spring, when funds once again ,promotion provides a I

pineapples, Michael planted citrus on the plot in I If I L ( LI "'}
1905 and settled down to become one of the state'smoat MORRELL'S PRIDE

prominent growers within the next 20 years.
1908 he had 10 of citrusland in the
By acres
Indian River region. By 1917, he owned 100 acres. I Ii i I is ist PORK SAUSAGE

In that year, he consolidated his holdings with the
recently-formed Deerfield Groves Co.


gear in 1919 when he succeeded to the presidency of
I ;
t ;
Deerfield Groves.
Meanwhile, he had set the pattern of work and r-
more work seemingly as much a recreation as r =
business with him -, that would typify his many
years in citrus. His probing mind even that early
had conceived and developed an electric marking 21.\ 'V"t'I. .
machine that was taken up by the entire industry. LBS *
\ Also in 1919, Michael became vice president of
the newly-formed American Fruit Growers Inc and (
placed tn charge of all "Blue Goose" groves and !
packinghouses.The ON THI WAY-Finlihlnt reaches M Hi* fist .( the ,
research-minded pioneer stepped to the Cit es :."'"" .il..'. Mwnt .*.... for track fralUn ere .
forefront of the citrus industry in 1922 when his p11.4 fcy C D. Ntwkcnt .! T.mp., mmtbw .( the :-..
crusade for a uniform means of grading citrus The ,....., fMtiirlnf "OJ."-for ....... Juice, "th. Roil ; t I
throughout Florida was taken up and implementedby ram HorM."-nplicii oHitf CommMM, pail which h '
the Department of Agriculture. From then on, .... ftttti on mow tin. 1,000 Inick-fratlor imltf travtlbif ., CREAMY SMOOTH
whenever A. B. Michael spoke, everyone listened. w." In North Amtrlc.

New $600,000 Concentre te Plant

Planned By Puerto Rican Firmploy TV Complttt a -STEREO Line of a JAR Ls 4'

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico three or four new Industries well over 110 persons and
Plans for a $600,000 plant for within one framework.One have a combined payroll of more 102 W. LEMON ,
than 1500,000. MADE
the concentration of citrus Juice, plant will be for the making
, mostly orange, in the heart oft of citrus concentrates InI I

Puerto Rico's orange country, bulk, another plant for the making ? GRITS -( .
were announced Thursday by of citrus pulp from citrus AIR

t \ Norman Parkhurst Sr, presidentof skins, and a third unit for the LB BAG

Frozen Fruit Concentrates, processing of excess banana Need !
Inc., of suburban Bayamon. he crop said.in the center of the !island, r regular 4 CANE

The new plant, to be locatedIn
In the Adjuntas area In the center The new plant will go up on
I of this !Island, will also manufacture a 10-acre site near the town of i ,
1, citrus pulp from citrus Adjuntas and will consist of sev- 4-Lb. .39t
peels and In the future process eral buildings totalling approximately d..
; ,I I the banana surplus in the area,' 15,000 covered square 1
$i. Parkhurst added.Construction ,feet pansions., with room for future ex- NOW I

f of the Adjuntas
i plant will begin before the end Initial employment will be 35
v I of this month, Parkhurst told a to 40 persons, with an estimated is The Time

, ; press luncheon at Saq Juan's first-year payroll of $150,000, to haYi yourROOM
Caribe Hilton Hotel at which Parkhurst said, adding there are
;.,. Rep. Jaime Rullan Mayol from good possibilities that the permanent
the Adjuntas area, and Mayor work force and payroll US AIR JUICY RED DELICIOUS a,
Jose B. Barcelo Oliver of Ad. will be enlarged. The new plant N
,1 Juntas were guests also affords a considerable

Three Units outlying amount of farms.indirect Jobs on the OIIi. I APPLES

Parkhurst declared that the Between the two existing I Before, the Rush of I -
new plant would be made up of plants, investment In machinery I i
three or possibly four units, and equipment alone la! close to ,
which in effect would establish $14 million. The two plants em- --

This Incluttt the following:

C =. FI'J.: .,M.t.d .1r 1s. IunN.NM /' 1.4.. 1-Plek-Up and Delivery
: PM. S.T. TNura.r, Tri..: :: waN1:
0. all' bdt twrtvW will .e 1N. c.,.,,,,.., Completely Cleon Air Conditioner
jlmi, City N.M, Ukilui, Hw7. ..d = ..:. fN h. sii.w.'i.oe $
.,, L..r. NYLwt, .... ......1.'. IN .... wNrwll.n' 3-Point Inllde4R.plac. LB
r lend.M. r.III.=..:.:o.r.: ...t M.M.Nan,.'...d O.n.r.. w4NYNM.Aw. 4NN.M w pr. Filter
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w J. Dry Ara.N14 BAG
lat may to any .I .. firm 01* ruratlM who tna 5-Oil All Motors "
:.=:.llBrto IMWM4. ky I*:Cl, OT .. .. M p *,::' t:::
"Hnt-mnt" MefleB".flf lrf .. fllo .. tfco _.. .... Avwfcl. ft Check Refrigerant Charge
JAM C !* *.D.D"rto 010 A COUTH Two .FLOHIOA..,- u,d Jin.7.. "n; .*..,*. may.... bo.ofetalntd' W ..n....1..CiMtfcraeter.. at th. .*.oi IM af. Check Air Conditioner . . . .
mantai* J.aaiooaaaaita* Dry will ami fea Mia.....'n.-*{to of....U Cantraatar>00 .* art..... nunm _. . . .
(10),=.1.--r.: a.ta. at Mia avanlno Md. at* aantlnaafilvaait
a-fla a<4 TENDER
MN., OwYwnb 0.,Inirw.NdM
Uia M OXIra' aa- al I l.
Inf a.M ar ahaultf OuCaii....laro or notarial oaalaro anlro a anot
aa,4 "' aama will ba oravlditf waan oayfflanl ta ta 4
A rail.tae< M. amaiml af $41.10 t a aavor 5,. aort N raaraduotiaa PHONE MU
trM.rN. ..... Him Mlito oafi-ratuMaMo
:.,bd, (ar and. Nrta.w moll aaaauta aaaliiar1* ky. ahadc Hio SlaUar an .any end..ky.., ::..:.': BEANS! 29
..n'". In .. than (Ivo aaraar.1 U.. .". anwiil ?
mado fw.Wa.'o Ina Olty aT Lakalana. : riw oC inual aaaaiilalmoaan Your Dealer s
kid aa tuarantao fiat tho ad r will iwt wiUidrao tram
aaanlno tha kida, and III ha avanl '* aan.
:.irEt: ka (HMar, ho w.11 nHUlIn tan (10) dan Hi...-
ha ..... farf..t daaatll as.Y.M aa .....,.....tho._raoulrad_ Tha kaml.lid fa Oana.Parfarmanao ,linownlan -
Oand and laaaiflad lna iranaa "ra raawirad k> ka iiBuradrram .
or aaunteralonad an aoanay af tha auraty ar rnwrantaamaanyt aggll2
<... City, which a> La.aoanay.........K F'ell'_havo" end an oitakliahad ka duly 11_olaea.... AI to kMtlnaMIn oanduat t
'-Ida-.....".'-ka..analand wlHiln a walad on...I... with tho _.... I
end k>ddar a ".." atowly ,...-.1-. '"'''. uiaraafTHo o
City af Lakaland .I : wa4>o InlariMlltlaa Into "
anyOM raiact any ar all ktda n a4a Nw rark with ar .
( =- ond/ar te aaaaot Uia k4d that M Ik* JiNtomanl will ka ::r 1"1.- ...
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: DRIVE MATERIALS DISTRIBUTED-Mrs. Ferd Merta, right, and Mrs. William P. Taggort do their shore of house-to-house calling, too. Mrs.
, unteers, accept United Fund campaign materials from Mrs. Frank A. Sheridan, a salon canvassing, and Mrs. William R. Ross, chair- ,
the UF office staff. Organization of the canvassing of northeast Lakeland Is under Mrs. approach In recruiting workers In these two
direction, Mrs. Toggart Is chairman of the southeast area. for the first time this year.

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A', .f' ., '"' Reaches
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iii :, : i Of Its Goal

conducted by the Women's Division of the 1964
it already has reached 24 per cent of Its $19,000
chairman of the Women's Division
'nth degree under the area chairmen pictured on this
"majors" to recruit campaign workers within the
,. so designated are called "captains." It Is the captains'
/ neighborhoods, usually their own
,, : ,'Lakeland Highlands; MrsJ"Jo* PJRuthven, : and Mrs.
": parks."f Cowen, beauty salons; Mrs. W/llioWR.// Ross,' central
; Mrs. Leon Sikes, northwest Lakeland,! ; Mrs. Clyde
: Lakeland; and Mrs. William/ P. Taggart, southwest

was not present for the photographs.

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TIME OUT FOR COFFEE-Mrs. A. Marquis Pickard, right, general chairman of the
entertained chairmen coffee her home Sunday, March 8, ISM 1-C
vision of the United Fund drive, area at a at ,
Maxwell Drive. She is pictured serving Mrs. Jert Annis, who is chairman of the United
drive in the Lakeland Highlands area ; J ;.. 'A*,:, I

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RECRUITING DRIVE WORKERs-Pooling their talents to recruit workers for the annual left, chairman of the northwest Lakeland area, and
conducted by the Women's Division of the United Fund which opened McKay of the southeast area, compare the size of their
to-house campaign has been set for the Women's Division of the
day are, from left, Mrs. Kirk McKay, co-chairman of the southeast Lakeland area; Mrs. ,
Ruthven, chairman of trailer parkland Mrs. Erwin Spears,who is assisting with the trailer t

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._LAKELAND__LEDGER_Sunday_, March_E, INf ____ L _0 _

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ltJlu SAOJOGlcL? .

Wig Wearing Has / 7'b'

Great Upswing Of. F S.1t .

By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN This his been given wide coverage order wig Is usually done at superlative r'
There has been terrific In many magazine articles the salon The woman and years of tr.lnln, 1t ;'
upswing In the use of wigs her hair stylist choose what
since 1960. Before that most I had a fascinating experIence they feel will be the most flattering needlepoint to
women who wore them did so the other day In New coiffure for her. Thena Schwerner says t
from necessity and they were York City. I went through picture of the selected hair- like very fine :, > j
classed with eye glasses and wig factory and watched them do is usually sent to the man- hair If ; ; ,
hearing aids Today It'. a being made Iliad asked ufacturer so that he will know foundation by ""'" ,; )
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different story! Women wear Mr. Nathan H Schwerner of how to proceed. It was Intriguing hairs may be '
wigs and extra hair pieces for the Schwerner Oppenheim to me to see that a same time, : :/:1'i: :
fun, fashion and convenience. Company for an Interview. I wig Is charted with as much hair style. A :: r'O
This boom in "wigwagging" wanted to learn more about precision as an architect uses 'very, very tiny
it no doubt due to the fact wigs so that I could relay the when planning a building. end is used.
that many stars of stage, TV, information to you. Hairs of different lengths go You can have '
screen and theater use them. The. ...styling. for a made-to- to different spots on the foundation Is very : .
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i of the future wig and these there are '
the hair Is thicker In some tions as to how
I places than In others. styled. ; \ '
LAST WEEKTO I think you will be Interested Many women '
as I was, In knowing Just how to care : ; ":" \.
how a wig Is made. The first It is best to : : r
step Is the preparation of the cleaned ; :" ,
DISCONTINUED raw hair. The hair Is combed, you are going > .<.., 4 gy s
I straightened The roots and self never use
1847 Rogers Silver Patterns the points are matched and ter. Use a good
then the hair Is gathered together fluid
I Patterns Available In bundles of similar Another
OLD COLONY FIRST LOVE. lengths and colors Practically vice: Keep and sparkling trimmed with pearl drops. The long chartreuse evening dressat
AMIASSADOR ADORATION all of the hair comes from block, however, the Dior right has a deeply rounded neckline and is embroideredwith
ANCESTRAL REMEMBRANCE Europe. the block is the at left Is of gold sequins. Even the shoes sparkle with gold. AP Wire-
LOVELACE DAFFODIL The next step Is called "pip- your head.
the plunge, is photos)
Ing" The hair Is wound on shrink or .
long wooden or glass rods will not fit you
NICODEMUS JECEOLRY and then either steamed or py wigwagging
boiled for curling. Tomorrow f Have Lost Pioneering
124 S. Ky. Ave. Ph. MU 2-6354 Next comes what is called leg Hair
OPEN FRIDAY NITES 'TIL 9 "ventilating" This takes a Woman." 'I

Women Reviewer Says,

$7.99'I in 1900 grad Mrs. Caldwell said the average One out of every eight work

school employed woman In 1900 ing women leaves a baby un-
Mrs. Cald- was 21 years old. Today she Is der two years old at home,
many cases
of her formal 41. The employment patternIs said the reviewer. The commission
marked as usually like this: A woman reports there are not

with flowing finishes high school or college, sufficient day-care centers for

ribbon-tied works for two or three years, these children "This Is another
). girls go takes 10 years out to raise her area In which we women
to Junior high
family, and then back to leisure
a pause" goes can use our time to
high school Is work for 23 more years, according help the community," said

Caldwell to the report Mrs Caldwell. .
that half of "The average woman In Industry She touched on the commis
graduates. makes $2,500 a year. sion's findings on Social Security

The average man in industry only briefly, but pointed -
Changed thing makes almost twice as much. out that a widow gets only
a The average woman in business .
82 S per cent of her husband'sSocial
It, the
re makes $2,261 a year In
appro full-time employment. The report Security benefits, If t
the finality supports the adoption of whereas if a man Is left alone, |
learning equal pay for equal work practices he still draws 100 per cent of r
kids, women in all phases of employ his benefits. "It is not true f1o,
FOR FASHION Today, ment"If that a woman alone needs
living Only both man and wife are less than a man alone," the I
and more women are starting to don wigs for fun bother. We
t working the average Incomeis reviewer stressed
convenience. over if we $3,000. The average family "American Women" can be
the best income, whether one or both ordered from the Government!
years, the parents are working Is $5.800 Printing Office, Washington
as a year. For non-white fami- D.C., for SUS per copy. Al-
commission's lies, this figure drops to $3- low about six weeks for de
woman, 000 a year, the report states. livery.

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We said "Keep It sweet and I CLIP ne SAVE 1r

simple," and they did "


ly Ilmry, let I II

report. "The woman bam near
Importantly yours to weir and weir in fashion is the turn of the century could I ? II

Henry Lee'i carefully! detailed piece suit realty follow expect a life span of 48. The m m

shapely cutaway jacket and matching skirt In 100% orders! Here It Is Infant mortality rate around II
mssare, 1900 was 125 out of every I,-
rayon print overblouse of 100% cotton with ..yokes to we vase 000 babies, during their first ,

soft self bow so Becomingly tied. la navy or black. symbol of your fashion status. year municable of life.diseases Numerous further com- / I

shortened the life span," she I /
/ / $3000 vacse aee rwr.mwGttiIlbl explained.
SLwslOtoZO.RACY'S 73 Life Expectancy

I "The little girt of today win HEAD OF THE CLASS graduates with highest honors, and receives moster's II
I live to an avenge age of n degree from o master cut. (The sides. and
nape are short and
I layered the
' 209 E. MAIN ST. m ; years a quarter century left long enough for a smooth and ; top I
flowing crown. To set Follow
=::. .... longer than her grandmother. medium sized : diagram
carefully, using rollers The sides
.a and .
nape ore combed
She and her husband will havean I simply
Into place. (A setting lotion Is very helpful here)
of I
eRt S1rA average years the hairs to keep them In
alter their list child nape place To comb: Vgorou"Kng i Is 5ft
marries and leaves home. I Important.' This will produce a high. luster and will remove any separate "set
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lines: blending top and bottom into Q soft, smooth sty I. bock
I and Into nopt. Back comb crown section and brush with lonoTftinn,
Into place. Back comb bangs lightly and far across brow. For final strokes I
I touch
twirl one section of hair. from top over the side and ending To side
CIS bum
i I close to or. Hint When your hair style needs a "pick-me-up" or those I
STWYFCH'TAKESSI1aI I very windy cloys, pin curls carl !be dipped Into place and con be camou-
1 with
loged felt velvet or grosgroln bows.
i I To obtain a leaflet of the first eight hair styles appearing In this series I
send 15 cents together with. your name and address to Lakeland
I core of Spodea, 110 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10011. Ledger, I

.A.V y -VXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO- wet Ran i- Ran Estaa aeo sswATTENTION \


STRETCH PLUSI Stretch straps Sure. Right here. But remember-:

you'r tsoc just baying a an,. You want the fed ore attached to itl Fonnfit
adds shape fit pretUness to stretch. Get.At on* bra Mat glees yw CHILDREN A ,
all JOfIot-off4 inoruj SUMMER TO REMEMBER
Name leek lIoINo' I. eke
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i MORE SHAFt to the Shape,miking cup that molds you Aft*you, shapes you toe -

\ MtunJy lovely In*
MOM rrmNQ STRETCH around the cups under the arms,hi the kwncooped beck tAMP OKLAWAHA

.:I. Mm* STRETCH hi the eduttaMe.......that sty flat.

: MORE BEAUTY! pretty".r/of die visfcy"embroidery en nylon marquisette cups. nouoA'S MOST PICTURESQUE/ (/ SUMMER YOUTH CAMP

\"; 'c Style 0594 bt MA to Sac Nyton end spun -. -B*! For bye end Girls 617 yrs. Now Enrolling"' Per Summer 'Sf

: r:. Style 0552 in cotton 3.95 TINNIS
'MATINO Per Mnma
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j I e AICHIS.Y DRAMATICS 2407 Jonila Dr. Phone) 688-3455
209 E. MAIN ST. e Riruir INDIAN CIIIMONIALJ I..*........ Umitw to 100


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Sunday, March I, 1961 SoC .41

II I'64' Hairdos Inspired Old LAKELAND LEDGER, I

LISTEN ING/IN By Spain I measures If you want VA.- CUD a., scoop buy a that No -,'

II 16 site.A .
NEW Y IK-NBA-A grow longer, you can followa I
woman too ng for Mouthing simpler style which the New ;

OLIVI STOUT SYKES, LH... W_', Wires refreshing' new for$64 may York hairstylist foresees This
find hlstor Jus,gone to her will be the classic hairdo

.Jt Might/ Well/ : head. worn by Spanish dancers. HO/lILIKI' ATMOBPIIIRE
As / Be ;Spring ; According to Lupe, a CastU-
ian hairstylist with JMIus Caruso
feminine tresses)will be
It", may not be spring yet, bat it might at/wQ be, for all practical nur- fashioned Into variations of HospitalAuxiLiary
poses. For along about this time each year tMf gardening urge sets in, ana we crowns and head adornmentworn
natives, start to dig up our yards. We decid a plant in the front yard would by EUrope royalty
looIcbetter, or grow bet- f through thf ages .
ter, in the back yard, or sent ,him along to cover the WORD TO THE WISE He feels! "Ths Wprdsslon'
vice versa. story of a visit[ of 20 Mlramar The American Heart Association 'a woman' crowrfng glory' DuPont 501 Continuous Filament
The dogwoods, wild residents to what's described reports that the heart will never be truer* than during
plume and azaleas are In as their "sister cltyf Santa is made to work harder while this yeir., To back up Sets MeetLakeland
bjoqnv us Ana. getting less oxygen when his theory,'* tup* 'designedthree NYLON
the yen, to have inmore in Bill reports that EJ Salvador there is alcohol in the blood. crown lalrdcfe' 'lat the request General Hospital CARPETINGN
our yards. ,. And the lies on the Padflcslope of Tests show the heart 1s weak of a cinb company Auxiliary will hold its semi

thought of"citrus: man- the Central American land ened as a result, says the Cay Dajtlmi Style, annual meeting Tuesday at Now During
1:30 .
: a.m. In the hospital.Mrs.
goes, avocados strip Joining North America report. dertie Idea for
or peaches Lupe a
Alexander J. Frost Is
provokes such and South America|t "SantaAna from Limited Offer
a desire to gay daytime nhljhtyle a chairman of hospitality. Cof I
have these he writes "the. country's Mrs. Charles Askew of
lush fruits of Suffolk rnid-19th 'centu I painting fee will be Mrs.
provided by i
within> picking distance second largest city, rests Va., Is returning home Queen Isabella fer Spain. He .
In Robert Taylor, and served in
a valley 34 miles northeast _
that today after visiting for two calls It Castilbn Fantasia
we succumb
to the of San Salvador, the the lounge. Mrs. William Searl $ Q45
temptation, and plant capital"The weeks with her son and The hair I II cut Just short of and Mrs. Phillip Haddock will COMPLETELY
more trees.It trip was one of the activities daughter-in-law, Mr. and ,the shoulder"") set with toll- ,
in the Peoples to Peoples Mrs Charles Askew 116 sleek INSTALLED R
takes lot Jr., ersi then combed Into'a' The business session, during SQ. YD
a of doing program designed to E Lime St. While here I.j'
she page-boy effect, Thd ends are j'
which officers will be elected,
get things just the way create cordial feelings between also visited with her accentuatethe
grand flipped forward to Includes the newest Foam Rubber ;
will take place In the hospital '
we want them, and, then :! Floridians and Latins,
daughter Mrs. whimsical
Jay Yelton, cheeks. FotUla waffle mildew resistant
auditorium after the coffee pattern, pad
when we get them that *, and of
great-granddaughter, crown, Lupe sera fitted part hour.
way, we want them another Ruth Susan Yelton in Worked\ Call Free tttfliitat'e Ill
Mrs. Onarecker, of : ,Percy the top hair aild this The following number of for f j
Houston, ,first queen of the .' Into looped ciirlsl These are. members will receive service G8C-.1193

One of, the best little Florida Citrus Exposition: In Pity poor hells Gleason. held In place tutli hairpins. hour pins 61 members will COLLECT CALLS ACCEPTED FROM t
guides to gardening that 1930 Is visiting her sister He didn't want to return to An elaborate) upswept style, receive 100 hour pins; 40 NEARlY COMMUNITIES ,
I've come across titled, Mrs. E. B. (Eleanor) Sutton, television In the fall of 1962 Castilian Bonnet, was Inspired members, 300 hour pins; 47 i
"You Can Garden In Florida 632 W. Oak Drive. Mrs. but was persuaded by CBS- by the Infanta of r Spain, Mariaof members, 500 hour pins; 12 Ellis Bros. Inches.FloridaAV -I.ti
," was written bya Onarecker 1s the former Miss TV to take the 7.30 p,m. spot Austria. Th, Infanta wore members, 1,000 hour pins; and ,
friend of mine, Mary Ruth Snyder of Lakeland. on Saturday night, from whichhe this," Lupe said, during Informal five members, 1,500 hour pins.
Noble, who is garden editor She'll spend several weeks was once ousted by Perry court occasions Memberships will be accepted
of the Florida Times- here. Como and NBC. For the bonnet the front during the business less lon, ,
Union in Jacksonville. Jackie said he'd put In one hair Is held with hairpins and
LOOKING AHEAD Scientists year, maybe, but didn't wantto the back hair swept Into a eking To
Mary wrote the book to at the National Institute come back for 1963. He got French twist A witch makes
be a guide not'only to us of Drycleaning work in labs talked into it. the crown and its ends are arranged Tom Jones Look r
Floridians, but to new- to develop better ways to pre- Now CBS has made some Into a swirling pattern NEW YORK-Feminine In- d
comers to our territory serve the personality of cloth minor concessions to get the around the hairpiece. The final terpretation of the Tom Jones
It covers- the state by ing, but they worry about the cagey comedian back for sophisticated touch comet look'in a sexy neckline, ruffles -
zones and gives all the in- day when customers may decide another year. Little concessions from two half-loops of hair and puffy sleeves. Amer-
formation one could want to change garment per like a $6 million contractfor worked to stand out over the ican designers are working it 4S
for gardening in one's sonalities. the year. Like permitting French twist This may inspire Into the casual long dress for
own particular area. They look ahead apprehensively Jackie to originate his hour- some mate wags to do patio parties, country and at- A
long series next season from darndest but home.
to the time when customers their quipping
Contents dwell !
an the the Miami Beach AuditoriumIn should be fun. Calico and
Florida may say: "I'd like you the hairdo gingham edged \
,plants to clean this dress and changeIt Florida-the first time a with lace are popular The
and seasons, with plant- to this shade of frosty pink. major network variety series Queen Isabella dresses .are high walsted,
ing guides end timetablesto I'm having hair, lashes nails hal emanated from our state The ultimate crown style bosomy. ,A typical one is
make it easier to know and teeth that same lovely So Jackie will have to suffer again comes from, Queen Isa- calico, with puffed off-the-
what to grow and when. color next week. through all our Florida sunshine bella. Lupe uses a switch to shoulder sleeves, empire waist
Has nice pictures, too, 'C. next winter, but theta give the high effect of the with sash that accentuates t
and is so readable. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow the way It goes when you'reIn hairdo which he calls the Cas- the bosom and a double ruffle

> There's a chapter on Black, 1602 Mockingbird haveas demand! tilian Crown. The side, front at the hemline.
and back la swept up and se
propagation, and problems a guest her brother Robert
and lawn care. Peeper of Detroit who flew Speaking of TV, do you cured tightly. The "loopa"made
watch the Danny Kaye showon from the ends of the
If you'd like a copy, down for a visit. He will accompany -
Wednesdays at 10 switch are arranged In un
run, don't walk to his father Charles
your ,
over Channel 13? It'a sparkly even petal fashion. "
nearest bookstore C. Peeper, who has been .
garden entertaining and different. You can see that the final ,t $..'".,. '
spending the winter with the .., .
supply store writeMiss '
or, V.
Blacks, back to his home in The fabulous Maori troupe of effect Is elaborate but with ; : ,
j Mary Noble, 3003 the North. 136 dancers from New Zealand the use of switches and proper I :, 'I 7"
, Riverside Ave., Jackson were on the show last combing.you can do them
ville, :5 S, (Zip Code 32205) Wednesday, presenting a fascinating yourself.
Mr. and Mrs: Fred E. Cole
and send a check along exhibition depicting And, if you let your hair '
for $1.98 plus 6 cents tax have moved to Lakeland from native lore.Danny wear the
Ii It'll be sent postpaid. Dade City and are residing at himself is delightful 1 ATTENTION WORKING
1267 Alma St. Mr. Cole la
but have to "dig"him.
controller at Lakeland Highlands I
The son of Lakelanders Mr Canning Company. In I .New Madam" D.f C... Center COSTUME toac"
and Mrs. Bennie Fenton of their former hometown Mrs. TO THINK UPON "Sus I OPENING'MARCH'9th'
New Jersey Road has just Cole was active in the Garden. picion Is far more apt to be Q..Ilrid'ett..d.M er ..IIHn. e i
had an excursion to Santa Club and 'Woman's Club. wrong than right; oftener unjust I' ... c........... bs.N.a,
Ana El Salvador, In Central This Is a tip for you Lakeland than Just It Is ho friendto HM.ni 7 ,AM. f* i PM.TODDLERS' for Easter -
America. BIU Fenton is a garden clubbers and virtue and always an I PLAY SCHOOL
staff writer for the Fort Lauderdale Woman's clubbers to enlist enemy to h.pplnes.-HOIea I
News and his paper her ht'your ranks Ballmi. I 10} Hlkrlto' Wan ,

* Donor .' F''CA
ll11fJ JlL ShtuL Solan .61 1YJL .iJD.lL I

y To Feature There are so many smart costume looks /

this spring The full length coat and L'e'ib- \
dress, the sleeveless \\ coat over a long .., .o -i .

Emil Cohen, described as sleeve sheath, the dress with cape, and tr r '

"an American humorist with new styles you've been looking for! the p.rennial'Jacket dress.
a mastery of Yiddish idiom," # a I
will entertain at the annual We have them all! 77( ra ; '
Come in and see all the shoes by famed I l 'Y
donor party planned by Polk Prices rang from 19.91 to 45.00 w 0'lP I
County chapter of Hadassah J

tonight Emanuel.Mrs. at. 7 o'clock at Temple JACQUELINE 'FMESSA ,. CONNIE Junior and Misses sizes. i > j'f'

Milton Singer, news PARIS FASHION 'f
chairman for the event, said
It is planned "to help Israel, for!
New looks In shoes you've been waiting t
so It can stand firmly as a
beacon of democracy in the Brands you see nationally advertised in Vogue,
middle East. According to
Mrs. Singer, "To listen to Glamour, Seventeen and Mademoiselle magazines ;)1 .J
Emil Cohen Is to relive the '
ours exclusively! fverything as new
( eastern
lives of Jews o
rope, who created a culture as this season exciting looks, latest ma- p
all but extinct"She
now continued, "Added to terials, luscious colors,. new heels In your

his talent as a humorist, is size Moderately priced 5.99 to 1499. Comein
his melodious voice Inherited -
from his father who was a soon! .
> A P rI
He 7
cantor for many years. ..L r Mt
will sing sacred and secular -
linked with the "o oF
songs 4
Jewish culture. '

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John G. "FREE"SHOE ,
and Mrs
Meisner Mr. 606 S. Lincoln son WARDROBECome \ \ /
March 5. r ;
B. ;
Mr and Mrs. Eugene

Lowe daughter 2431, March Meadow 5. Lane In or mail registration. No purchase ii DRESSES Ii

Mr. and Mrs. Murl H Jent, necessary. All you do Is register SECOND FLOOR '

Route. and 1, daughter Mrs, Jame., March Watkins SMr -, FRHGrand F E Now thru Sat., March 14th to win.. ? ".* 4'

Route 3, Ion March 5. Drawing held In our Shoe Dept. March I

Mr. and Mrs Ronald 14th, at 5:30: P,M. You need not be OPEN

Charles Kohl of Baltimore are Opening MONDAY
or a lon, MontieRea present to win.
the parents I .
born Feb. 21. Maternal SPECIAL NITES
and Mrs. ,
are Mr. J
grandparents of PittJo SHOE SALON STREET FLOOR
James and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 1 1
Char\el\ KoU of Sarasota JCJsw'"

arq Mri.the John paternal F., Wilson i Is grandparents the, baby'832 S.. :

florida Mr and SriJte
greatgrandmother students I !
Kohl were of
Florida Southern Co1loge. Receive a free pair tt/y
at I our $4.00 White Tennis -
with every
Shoes .
/foors of 'fasMon i
who Jacqueline
One out of three women Connie, or' 3 floors of fasMon
brown I
color their hair use nationw'dshade a "" purchase' 211 foil Main. Lakeland i I ILa Ii

according lot four 1 Thru March 14th 211 fist Main. Lakeland
One out of :; Now
survey' and only na i

nine b come redheadll I + t l;

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<1< __ LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March 1964_ \ w.....
i < 1' Meatless'

I : ; Camp Fire Girls'; Board Meet' 'Slated : Tomorrow 7 ., it any. s Y.

Meals Need
I Cooper Forehand Jr., president will preside at the monthly Street fctokwit. these leader is Tand m&g Camp Fir. Girls.

of the Camp Fire Girls,_ board meeting to be held at Mrs. RkMNlJNMrwn have of Lime Street School, what
the clubhouse tomorrow at I elected the fist *sPleg efficers:
guardian Is Mrs James Paige, New I debs
president Jill Tterson' : vice
I pmWJ have elected the following officers .
Beth Ann Hartel
Mi Te Camp Fire Girls president ;
of Lime Street School whose secretary. Linda Sue Varn, : president Jean 'Estop. ; At this f the year

JtimLTVLIMa guardian are Mrs Robert L, treasurer Lee Ann Clorsuchsongleader : vice president Ivy Farren: wheat there y meatless
Connie Skinner; secretary Jan Phillips: tree.
Taber and Mrs W. H Cook meals
will leave Friday afternoon for housekeeper Melonie Astln surer Jennifer Mela; scribe, tq .lIlOni why
SALON Highland Hammocks State Tomorrow afternoon the Shawn DeLong. add to ; a some re-

Park at Sebrlng for a weekend Nmnamochee Camp Fire Girls Loiawa Camp Fire Girls of clpes tha : of glamour
Anlnll" camping trip. Friday of Cleveland Court School will Lime! Street School will take to the nfti t of sea
IN night the group will have a visit the Planetarium at Florida their refreshments Tuesday food. ,
STYLIANs council fire and the ceremonial Southern College( They will afternoon to Lake Wire for f
COLOR will be based on the meanIng be accompanied by Mrs C. E. nature atudies. They also will SHRIMP. >ARIN STYLE

and significance/ \ of their Hltchcok: and Mrs. Hoyt visit the police station They tt 'v&oiing oil
1ft Th. M.II AI name-WI late Te. Saturday Charles Their guardians are will be accompanied by their 1 clove1 cup t jirllo
aoUTNaAISNOPPINS Mrs Clayton Logan and Mrs. guardian Mrs. Ray Delk. and
morning they will have an out 2 paVkagel
: (llN>z. each) froze
Frank TrovUlion Mrs. Walter B. Robinson.
CNTIRMY \ door adventure and unusual \ shrimp
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a experience when 0 Park Ranger %
1..1 will take them on an open Girl Scouts Vi cup ketchup
2,000 Sing teaspoon powdered ginger
trailer Into the deep wood. to A teaspoon lalt

ALL APPROVED CREDIT see unusual trees plants, bird. 1/16 teaspoon pepper
1'1 animals whose At Tower
and reptiles Today Singing 1 teaepoonikitchen bouquet
CARDS HONORED! habitat la the Hammocks .,
1 can U-ox,) pineapple?
Pleasant Blue Birds of Lime
---- -- -- LAKE WALES-More than ter Haven council president, chunks 1
2.000 Girl $cou.. are expect. will speak on "Dimes for 1 tablespoon cornstarch: :
ed to attend a special sing- Daisy." Following her talk Heat bit In skillet over moderate

Extra Special COOK'S Jag program at the Bok Tow. a representative of each troopIn heat Add garlic, which
er this afternoon at 1:30. the Council will present has been cut lot* 4 pieces and
This week of They will tome from every her troop's contribution to saute about 3 minutes Remove GATHERING PLACE-This crowd of teen.agers was snapped on a recent Friday night at

troop In the Heart of Florida the Juliet Lowe World Friend garlic Add (shrimp which has Lakeland Hills Paladium, night spot for the 16-26 age group. Sipping soft drinks and sharing

9PIECEMAHOGANY Girl Scout Council which In. ,ship. Fund, been thawed enough to be separated potato chlpa are. from left around the semicircle, Roy Reynolds of Kathleen, Irene Cans,
cludea seven counties In Central The event is being directedby and ooIc over moderate Morris Fair of Medulla Ann Fair, Ronnie Butts and Carol Lloyd.50MEWIIERE .
DINING ROOM Florida. the Senior Planning Board heat, stirring' occasionally for
Chuck Cannon of Frost composed of two representatives about 2 minutes. Meanwhile
t by Thomasville proof a ministerial studentat of each troop in the blend together the ketchup
Florida Southern CollegeIn Council. Senior Girl Scouta ginger salt, pepper and kitchen
Choice of 2 Duncon-Phyfi tables ((42x78 er 38x70)) Lakeland will lead the of Lake Wales are in chargeof bouquet, and stir into shrimp

I Choice of Breakfront or Chino-Buffet-5 Sid aing The Senior Planning the local arrangements Drain pineapple chunks reserving
Board Choir will present The public Is Invited to attend the syrup Combine pineapple
Chofn, and 1 Arm special numbers the Girl Scout Sing and syrup and cornstarch and

Choir I (dHitldbocMUpholstered \\ Mrs Joe K. Hayes of Win. special program. add to shrimp mixture stirring
---- until thickens
In Gold constantly sauce

Or Green. I' I w'A Calendar Add pineapple chunks and heat
\ II Religious Groups' thoroughly but do not boil.

I ,. Serve immediately over hot
\ ... If FRAYI FOII THI B.V-rT P foil View, Bor Smut Troop IISp rice or crisp noodles.
p "' ntHt- ..et. M t SO p Pl. pt VPW Mill
.rlfI'i'.,::: : worth DIAi' : :oa3.4ut.TODAY:: hoar. pi tup elACI LUTN' AN, Junior eftolr Makes 4 generous servings
or lieeireiU pt 4 pm: eontumpiioaclued
tram 4 to S *,,. TUNA TAMALE PIE

..IOTIIT ""VIC" Poe TNt .
sitia SCHOOL salt
Ikliool Dtr or MrD POLK....COUNTY...., pt 14S Huoa.r P m.torililp 0 I.pm.MeuorliU Bird, DIMS .,-...nit pt i/i/i teaspoon teaspoon oregano S
Mrrtrm poirr amend *un-
ear pt 1 pm:. pt Jnwood rlpvUitChurrh COMMUNITY., IIILS CLASS. T3D / cup Cream of Rice quick-
cprprr Avppui M PPd .Sill 'm homo It MIL 110111. Mliier
St. Winter H.,.n. FHlowUiJp DOurpill U5 a. Johama.SCVINTN cooking rice cereal
Luxurious Suitel W.TOIINn"follow worijilp PRESSVTIRIAN Mrvlop. ,DAY ADVINT/ST ..,. 1 egg I

maim huh fel owchlp Pi NCH 2 tablespoon butter
horn 0f .op dd.nu...i\rr flu- ilIa"T LUTHIMN. taUdrra,
morel junior h lit \ pm.. nllnnitliA eltM A ..... M Vrw Vi cup finely diced onion
pt churrli lor nndwloli' eupixri dep.POB : .
Close-Out Price $488 PIMUHC pt 139 9 m. a JiiucnriPPT W"T""NITI"" PRI5UVYIRIAN. Vt cup finely diced green pepper
I PPItlYTIRIAN.... PHIPrwmmunleptlop ear Broul '1'fOa ...,. M 1 JS
I 4 pm : Som.aunva.ala. p m. pt cnurenST .
(Set tt In Our Window) .. for Junto. I pm. JOtlPHS ALTAR SOCISTV' 1 can (T-oi) tuna fish
FAITH LUTHIAN, PPPelll' MUlfrpBtloppl Sonnet Jiut.JI.Uon luMhwn and( 1 can ($'oz.) tomato sauce
m.nwunp MrirloMT PI.clow pi S 30 PP, brO bualiuw. ....,mtUn. furnlilw as noon k, Blllr>l nrlilt.. .., 1 teaspoon kitchen bouquet
AUk LUTH.'''''. phnrek In.fproiptlop 1 grated American cheese
alma fur Pdulti 4 PA, WIDMISDAVAPOlTOLie cup ,..: Ye.A. 4
COOK'S FURNITURE CO. MONDAY IISLC SCHOOL, 13JJ Bring water, salt, and oregano
n UUUUM Blvd, alibi show M to boil in saucepan. Sprinklein
OraLI ICHOO. ltllt S
.,.A..OITOLIC.... a e v oL .1 M haOL U32 .. J M III'T I A.. eusiNins MIN s quick-cooking rice cereal so '
ESTABLISHED .itf 4 191' ".morlal 111'0 COMMITTK Boa* M cr... _..u.
FAITH LUTHSAN. Urtofl idlllt r.n boiling doesn't stop Cook until
210 S. Florida Ave. Dewntown lakeland fro IP m'CHRISTIAN etw ftt, 7 TO ,p BOOPtPT mPIPtT OUP, nlrltuil W'.TM'N'TlII lift and asparlor.>or .nllll"N.croup t 30 thickened stirring constantly. TO GO-The newly opened Lakeland Hills Paladium caters only to the
pn' I... .uP." MSpB.Pt Cltr S/II. In Udln M ehurohi Lmn Lower heat nd let cook S
alcoholic sold
16-26 No beverages the club and
Work 'upp r i Mrl al hell at 4ft age group. are or permitted on premlJ-
Fan PARKING NIXT DOOR FOR OUR CUSTOMERSBERNARDO I CHRIST LUTHERAN: almdottwm p osact1LUTHERAN t'I:: Lon 1*tSTnHI..t minutes stirring occasionally. grounds are patrolled by a uniformed off duty policeman. (Ledger photo( bar Perkins)
lof 1Mn MIlduldlWlta.. inol week mr.k.. 7,M 9ml Mntor e'ol Beat egg and stir In a spoonfulof
f.splaiwaoamamaloareatwaalls wuot esuA1f tar ,era esmarsra .: tesstllawd IIi ISRamvL hMrRl P 1" S T S 3(1 CHRISTIAN p m Chrlitlut the cooked rice cereal. Then '
Men', Fellowihlp' 7pm. for dtnn<* stir mixture into rest of cooked
mmtlni Prixrun will M pull dA. Night Club For People
cuiiloa will Jtrt DMUni' Willirp rice. Place in well-oiled shallow Young
c.rur ,Jr V rnoB Ortw, fe, iClM.pen I
I nil M t>n;j>*rUclPMIni' baking pan about 10 x I inches
FASTS U' "" ""

\ r T I ui"SlorxiiuTNO'Pinpf+lt' 11 J; a.\JItIrll'AN..m.UTM.IIA.T:!JO pm. .. *".PtaeY._l lwfirt pushing the ter in sides saucepan Into Meanwhile corners over and melt moderate lining but- Operates According To Rules ,

nvivTtl heat: Add onion, and let cook .
'45 pm.
; about 2 minutes, stirring fre
s'' 3ettw THUKSBAVT4BIXIIl quently. Remove from heat and By NANCY BROWER'Women's The Lakelanders' Idea had mission 'Is charged' per person .

I ,. Nl> aA""T./ mini.TP"p add green pepper, flaked tuna Staff WriterA already been tried and provo For the weekday after
.. ( C1 i S pm17NLYTNIRAN.ULS LUTHI""". lint tomato sauce, and kitchen bouquet night club for young pea ed sound by hundreds of com noons and nights no admn
rAh. .chvirnh ....11. Pour fish mixture over ple has been opened in Lakeland munities. Successful youth lion will bo charged and
el) pt 7 10
OPACC mM/ln.LUTHIKAN Dm.. Do, SWUl rice in center oj dish. Sprinkle by two young men who clubs In other cities set the teens will dance to the Juke
; : I Tr;K p "4fl. 7pmWnTMINSffP.. mttPYTIPIAN. with grated cheese. Bake in preheated remember their own teen-age' pattern by which the Lake- box and order after-school
L I pr piMllna of nan* wom.t until recreational needs snacks
III lion new elrolp, Ca Niter 350 degree oven land club operates. such as hamburgers,
prodded, P km.I South choir )t 3;ISp ,. cheese is melted and lightly The Lakeland Hills Pal. hot d o g s pizzas and soft
", '' m pi church lor rabnrMl' Ian No AlcoholNo
i AVANT I choir nlupml >t 1 JO pm. browned about 25 minutes, ladium catering: to the age drinks, the partners plan.
pI1ICNLT LYT BoUdlrp pom. Makes 4 to S servings group of II to 2f, Is one of alcoholic beverages are Club rules specify the type
I N1IRRAN Wrpq Hawrll sold at the club or permittedon of
horns, 20044 Urtl. Drm 0 30 ppiiHi many such youth clubs clothing required. Girls
I A It foraiptloit' Uotun wrttt pil spreading across the country the premises. Persons may wear slim Jima but not
.pio.rSIXIILANO in tM It is located on Lake- who have been drinking are shorts\ Bqyi are not required
'I AND WANT THE ULTIMATE IN THE LEI !,- FASHION LOOK I 7. SAPTIST. TPTtTPlCridtt land Hills Boulevard. refused admission. SmokingIs to wear coat and tie, but

OF TODAY. IN BLUE BLOOD LEMON LI ME RED SAIL tUTMIPAN. tfntra p.rrIri The operators of the Lake- permitted, said Mr. Boy. blue Jeans, motorcycle jackets -
pt 1 10 ym. pt N ru> L.alsl.odenenlarr
: fohonuWnTMIMtTIK land Hills Palladium prefer kin but no cigarettes are and boots are barred.
I BUTTERMILK AND WHITE OURS ALONE A T COUNTRY GIRL : poromunlmtloii PPKIYTIPIANvouUl IP P for Jun-, not to use the term "nightclub" sold at the club. Shirttails must be tucked In.

J: ptiufontu' lireprp wlo .off PU| pn to .DP tun ponflrmul or nun In referring to their en The club Is well lighted Inside In addition to dancing, the
I C0U21TBVSOUTM4ITS 'D ""* *1ATeaDA terprise. It Is more like a and out, according to Lakeland club has game
itAriaildatTSacElecPteLlsllctya : OlxlLAND.APTIfTnYlYal. recreational center say the Mr. Sanchez. A uniformed rooms when billiards and pin

K MALL I: VA/TN/ ', OOL .H"HTIAN. ,?oi owners Ken Boykin and Roy off-duty policeman has been ball may be played under the
L i pm. pi Uratp Pint PpriuIUIFT fxipipi ponunnaltrroom. Sanchez hired to police the grounds supervision of Mr. Boykin'sfather.
Tate r r tot.Li sr Twt sRl tae rrt root Yx reef f Sac wRC psc pa rtRr feet-sale TaKT.stwltarlnL Saw The Need and to make frequent rounds No gambling per.

; "There was little to interest inside the bunding. The owners .mitted.

I teenagers in Lakeland expect to hire a second Mrs. Sanches and Mrs
rTAT WESTERN elderly person retains -; and that's why some of them officer soon, so that both the Boykin are hostesses at the
I UNION MLe Ms more Interest'when got into trouble" Slid Mr. inside and outside of the club club. A married couple faIn
.nt.N D.it .deeN./dah.w a allowed to handle Boykin. will be policed simultaneously. charge of food sales. "Sev
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r1 alIN PNaYmbo4 I TELEGRAM 701(4ti1Q NL"NrIh, L.Irm his own affairs. His partner added "Many At present, the club is en adults an present at all

nNea.t. young people go to night clubs open Friday and Saturday times the club Is open," said
i W. P.MApHALL.p.t.* rMH _LwN_t.l.ew.ThThe -, out of town just for the atmosphere nights only from S until 12 Mr. Boykin, adding, "this
blma_ d.n I.the dais u,M dommk I.leaisnc! IQCAUIMt NpdTnMr Krrn*.V NC.1N I.LOCAL TIME.
). AAOO CTDJ58 CURRIES : know it they are sipping being made to open the club man."
l4S pCT i I HOME PORTRAITS beer or something. So we Monday through Thursday On a recent Saturday night;

.11. Ca .-.... r -.. WMr. thought why not give thema from 3 until 9 or 10 p.mOn the club drew 400 young people
LLY239 LLZ1 LU1 DL .PDClNCOiATI I c_... .... ...., N1.mmatew I place of their own so they Friday and Saturday said the partners who
OHIO 5 (AFT&' I I A.pMstmmall MU S Nea.a5 can enjoy a night out withoutany nights a band or combo pronounce their venture. a

a TOM HARRIS, t 'MQRLOWELL.. I--; ....: temptations. plays for dan anal ad- success.: '


Are PlentifulFor



PLANT. WISH TO ADVISE THAT BURDfNQ DESTROYED, WAS foodstores plentiful will foods offer for a varietyof March

13.99 meal planning Mrs.
OBSOLETE.BU'ILDINGWHICH: WAS BEfflQ: TORN DOWN. BALDWIN Gladys Kendall reports marketing
White Laolh.r i
specialist! Florida AgricuU!
GRAND PRODUCTION RESUMES ON TULL BASIS MONDAY. flan. l.eth.rNovy tural Extension Service.

Leather Eggs peanuts and peanut

.' ALL ACROSOHICt HAMILTON| >, HOWARD AID ORQAR PRODUCTION 14.99 Bieck leather the products U.s. Department top the foods of which Agriculture.

'UNAFFECTED Whit. Potent 15.99e says will be plentiful
'ALL ARE PRODUCE IN OTHER PLANTS= ( In the Southeast In March.
1- Patent 'N e White Potent Other foods which Mrs

BALDWIN PIANO & ORGAN CO JAMES C Black Potent a lone Potent Kendall says USDA's Agricultural

Navy leather .- '' a Black Patent Marketing Service has
M E MIXTER I VICE PRESIDENT. listed as March plentiful are

; : beef broiler-fryers, rice, potatoes
Sizes 4 Vt to 12-Widths AAAA to C canned corn and apples

l.\, 1:.e... THa COM PANT WILL micuTt SY00tsTtONPeoM .
eta 'ATIO' ( McmmMi
trs itMnctplow. National Egg Month promotions

,; I j 'J.RL.l L MtpJJJ .tpJJL .aa JUlW 41nldJJJilL / J&/Liq/tLkL10taok March will, with be plenty In progress of eggsat in

: foodstores. Peanuts and

:., ,.' IlL (/1lrJmL al. .iiwv. mJWmtima in peanut good products supply. will USDA continue crop K

f estimates place 1963 production "

,t.It. of peanuts picked and

'" -(! a threshed at nearly 2 bnilon .
207 S. Kentucy OPI... pounds.
MLtt; \ FRIDAY Supplies of fed beef maybe
iln.ot/lotated: NIGHT 'TIL 9 up as much as six per
cent in the January-to-March
Iw USICAL INSTRUMENTS Ah. AlA period. Mrs. Kendall says.
a i I Broiler.fryers will also con.

tinue in good supply in Florida
.I I and other southeastern

500.502 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE r states with the volume goingto
MUTUAL-2-3191 LAKELAND FLORIDA RED CROSS SHOE STORE 11 market during March ex-
l 4 peeled to top the volume of 0

;year earlier by five pnr cent.c


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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 9, 1M4 !U

Speaker: At Sorosis Clubs

I Mrs. Lanier Upshaw E04 P1ride "Ib'

"Around the WorM with Jackson presiding Mrs. r 1 a
Hou ewlves" will be the subject Joseph E. Wendel, chairman
of Mrs. Lanier Upshaw of the nominating committee,
when the speaks at the lunch- will present a slate of officers "st .,.
eon meeting of the Soroal Other members of the nomi y 10e'1

C'uh. rday at n:,j p.m. sating' committee are Mrs .
I' house 90 Lake Mor- Ira English. Mrs James R .r/i
t' I' Mrs. Upshaw, who West, Mrs. Edwin Spencerand e.
h veled extensively, expecu Mrs. J. O. Springer 9v 5 h ,
to highlight fashions, IK
Style Show pNa
hairstyles and customs of
women in the various coun- Mrs. Eugene Mader Is ex
tries she has visited pected to give a report on the
Preceding the speaker, Don style show which was a recent 0'O -- 4s
Ragsdale. organist, will playa event at the clubhouse.
group cf show tunes. The A report on the District 9 Fine
electronic organ Is being furn- Arts Festival held IniSebrlng'
ished through the courtesy of la to be given by Mri. Glenn
Lonnell Inc. Mrs. Thomas E. A. Marshall.
Blount It chairman of music. Serving as hostessed for the
day are members of the welfare .
Selections 'aK
department Mrs Selph r
At the close of the program chairman; Mrs. A. M. Pick- J t
Bob Postle, choir director of ard, co-chairman; Mrs Joe s laic
Trinity Methodist Church Is Blanton,MM Robert(C. Cross, E f
to present several vocal selection Mrs. Mac Cunninghim, Mrs.
accompanied at the L. B. Donham, Mr*. James 4 N
piano by Mrs Postle L. Ewell Mrs. A. L. Hoffman
"St. Patrick's Day" Is the Mrs. Mader. Mrs. C. A. J.
theme to be used in decorations Richards Mrs. William Steltz.
according to Mrs. John Mrs. J. H. Tacker, Mrs.
Selph who la directing arrangements George W Ward and Mrs. W.
for the luncheon. Y. Wooten.
Officers for the coming year Luncheon reservationsshould
are to be elected the be made de-
during through MRS. LAWRENCE W. CROW J MRS. GERALD 0. CLEMENTSClementsDuffey
business session, scheduled partment chairmen by Tuesday I

_for llam.,--with_Mrs. W- L. _night. __ n ,

CrowMcNdfflMUs '


Enroll Now R Wanda Faye McNatt quins. Embroldrf I Chantilly Miss Brenda Joyce Duffey, Assisting In hoepitalltlei at ,; \1 4
and Lawrence William Crow lace enhance lie fitted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the reception that followed In ,\
For a Career Jr. were married last night bodice and skirt rfnt. Her William W., Duffey, 1903 Civl- the church social hall were
With Future by the Rev. Ernie Habecker, veil of illusion nil held by tan, and Gersld 0 Clements, Mr. and Mrs. JoAnn Pendry. ,
a who performed the double- a crown of pear'' nd cry. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. Charles Whltlock, Mrs
APPROVED FOR ring ceremony at Webster tals. The brlddfarrled a Clements, 512 W. Magnolia, exchanged Ray Garland Miss Louise l
TRAINING. Avenue Baptist Church. Music white Bible, totf, with a marriage vows Fri- Roberts and Miss Carol Collins
VETERANS AND WAR ORPHANS was presented by Mrs cascade arrifement" of day night Miss Gail Hancock In-
,,,, __. Dave Werner, organist and sweetheart centered The Rev. James Berry performed vited guests to sign the bride'i
e W s.. iMCll MW d..w.o.na MMiitr Mr. Werner, soloist with a white The Bible the ceremony at Olive book
: a,. Cultur*tfm l I'ft" S)::.','" trM,llfrtmDM The bride Is the daughterof was a r0l1 he brld,', Street Baptist Church Mrs Following a wedding trip to
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r'v'.tui..de. .. a ..n.e1. ...._ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E.McNstt mother. Bettey Hinder, organist, provided the east coast beaches, Mr.
e PrM l KV h l< .In.4 r-Mm
a W
.M....Mcteat / __I Hair- a M.aN.....-M..a1..Male 1027 Walker Ave. Miss cNatt of music for Miss Virginia and Mrs Clements will live on
tfrMMr Parents of the bridegroomare Jacksonville wader sister's Osborne, soloist Iowa Street. She is employedby
DON'T 9E MISLED IT CUT RATE TUITIONS! Mr and Mrs. LawrenceW. only attendant wore a Bridal Gown Lakeland General Hospital
*w ._,1... MwnMtlM. ....teet L....... Crow, 1701 Com paoli royal blue sttlrtreet.length Given In marriage by her and he Is employed by the
iMHty Cll... N. Obile.eIs. Place. dress, fashonw! ith a bell. father, the bride wore a gown Lakeland Police Department

\i\ c_ ....."" .. .... ...... _. and .N ....... White Bible shaped skirt carried anosegay of taffeta Chantilly The Sabrina lace and neckline bridal
STATS ACeRIiT5e of P lllweeth..rtroaebudl. Mrs. SheltonTo
Given In marriage by her IUsW of lace was trimmed with
LAKELAND BEAUTY COLLEGE father, the bride wore .a for pearls and iridescent sequins Speak And Custom quality In this 3 piece ensemble in a stub
mal gown of bridal satin, Best man w.(mmy Hurt. The taffeta overskirt was
I' III I. Pine St. MU 1-4(12 fashioned with a scalloped Roy P e r r. fidegroom's caught at Intervals by flat Show PicturesAmerican weave rayon and silk fabric. Elbow sleeve Jacket
tiered lace
neckline accented revealing
with ae- cousin, and ftald Crow,
-- ruffles Her veil of silk Illusion accented with self piping, frog loops, and round

:& && &&&&& &&&&&&& bridegroom's. 'her, ushered. was, and held she by carried a floral a headpiece car of Home the Woman's Life department pearl buttons over a scoop neck shell blouse In

I H f MAKE YOUR FIRST ItI sister Miss Cheryt Invited)Matt tests,to bride's sign cads carnations arrangement of white Thursday Club of Lakeland at 11 a.m.will at meet the Easter lily white.si. .

the bride's M at the reception Miss Judy Dodd was maidof clubhouse. Following the is.el 5isu $29.95
1t DRESS OF SPRING ItI that Awed In the honor. Miss Janis Bens was business session, Mrs C. J.
I I church social )U.) a bridesmaid They wore blue Shelton will speak on "Trav
] Assisting hospitalities: satin street.length dresses, and elogue through the Holy ,
ijt. A were Miss Wene Heinz, carried colonial cascades of Land"
I I & Miss Miss yellow pompons Mrs. Shelton will show pictures badge s, inc-
t It 1& Donnfieditz Flower Girl she took last summer '\
Harris Flower girl was Wanda in Israel, Greece and Italy.A .
l, it t and Berry. covered dish luncheon 127 S. Kentucky
= \ ; Mrs. B. M' a. LeBron Duffey was beat will be served following the
I a.. :t1AL The couplelll reside at tnan. Ushers were David Gurgle program Cards will be lot"'..... .w_. ta.l>n4 ,..* gees P/..
n'' ," 1014 Bonnie ie followinga and Jerry Lord. played during the afternoon. '01. ,', J I
... .. trip to thtilf Beaches. >
iS:: I The bride tanploytd by
France In Winter
r I State Farm
\ ,, / Your first' dress of spring' might Haven aifcer husband

f \'r.: 'i4 ./ well be this Lady Manhattan l ls an Police emplojol n ment.the Lakeland \
the' /
shirt-dress most
L easygoing 1 "{
;i dress you're likely to find Spa ar rill in ? 'i' :"

I 41g !< i this season Choose yours now It l Engage nt Told Is
I \ don't miss a single chance
\ to wear this wonderful Lady 2l and Mrs. DIck Spadaro
\ !2H l
4v, i have .nnoun the engagement
i Manhattan, of their (ghter, Linda, The unteJJuts
41 I \ \ to Michael 0*, son of Mr.
# and Mrs. M Y. Griffin,
I i 1329 E. Myrt t., Lakeland,

I \ \ 2g Fla.The coupe I dl exchange of Riches
't 1 gd4o,4''I TOWS here.Ghost on Roma Apifc tholie at the Church Holy j a

ilt at fingertips
f DOWNTOWN GROVE PARK White Is. (longer a color y your
a worn only if g the summer
:Ii OPEN fR' NIGHTS OPEN Will NIGHTS months It* big play all
Tell 1 P.M TILL P.M. thAir and
through seasons
f 9 will be se| suits and coats <{ g
G i for spring I
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all ten shades, $200 worth of Countess Isserlyn will be at your fingertfps,?And *

Alexandra de Markoff's Beauty Ambassador from New York will be at your elbow, ,

When you're ready to,shop for quality furniture, make plans t Polk
to prove to you how this peerless make-up can make you look prettier instantly, to

We think time will be well i ted
County Furniture Company. your ,
share the "Countess" secrets Without any obligation, she will 'explain to

considering the large selection, of hand crafted furniture o ch choose and how to use several shades that will illuminate your natural skin tones.

solid woods like mahogany;. cherry and walnut. We. th'

much of selection to liking bu
you will find our your isI h

it's a tough job to try to anticipate every taste. I If'; )>

you have a particular piece in mind and we \).,

happen not to have it in stock we can Do come and meet Miss CLAUDIA MITCHELL '

always get it for you. That's part of Alexandra d* Markoff, who will be in our .

Cosmetic Department MONDAY 0 TUESDAY,
of our service. Come see us +'
March 9 & 10 from 10 am. until 5:30: p.m. s.

soon. Il
Countess Iiserlyn Make-U,
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f $50,$30,$20,iH plus tax ,. ..

y;: Polk County Furniture i o. f

Marl; Pow '

Guy lIigld Ave. MU 6-6189 ORANGE BLOSSOM SHOP .y i'

717 N. Florida \
Comer Main & Tennessee Downtown LakelandI


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3-C 1AKELA r LEDGER Sunday March L 1MITourl ,


Members of the unlit Club p.m.; program at I by Vro-
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of Lakeland will rtlclpltl man and Katherine DuFali of
In the following a vltiel dur.ing St. Petersburg, harp and piano
the week at t Magnolia duo, and Wanita Brown, con
Building, Civic Ce r. tralto. Mn. Edna Macfarlane
FIRST SUCH SALE Mondays Dance, 0 11 p.m.. Is chairman
Mr. and MI1I. Lull Lapham Wtdllladll" Chatiew.J
of Michigan Ire Ita. Ira p.m.; St Patrick' Day program
IFOR LAKELAND Spur.eon II dance rector. at 2:30: p.m. by women
Tuesday Cardl, .m..MI'I. with September birthdays.Mn.
Jeslle Emerson Niagara Howard Fox la chairman.
Fails,Ontaria, and 111. Olldle Cards, 7 p.m., Mr. and Mn.
Hines or Ohio are natemes: R. E. Bates of Ohio are boiU. tk-i
community .In.ln Ith MI'I. Thursday Picnic at noon
Olin Reed at the p 0 at 7:30I followed by dancing from 2 to
MAAS DESIGHEB DBESS S p.m., R. E. Bate Is chair
man. Cards, 7 p.m., Mr. and
Speaking ef Bei ty Mrs. AUmindlnger of Michigan
an host*.
r ehli Friday Cards 7pm. Mn.
Ladles, pi-manti waving Is Ethel Madsen of Washington 1
an ultra-protssiojii art not to and Mn. W. Harknes of Ontario
r ASBICNGOBDUND be guessed ai-an,'*o Job for ansnbteur. are hostesses.

Each Saturday Cards,7 p.m., Mr.
i tur of hal and Mn. Andrew Lundatom of
mandi dif- Indiana are hosts; A. S. Mabuith -

;etermlned rent solutions b.lalyzlng 1 II card chairman.

lafta.We Plunge Is ProblemTo

rei By at Philip Coif, Jewelry Makers
n ll rive for veryofeuiona Since contour 1* everything
a yet In the sudden rag for the
PHILIP ton ably plunging neckline, Paris fashion / I
( Iced permintment designers are carefully

free Call for consult an a* or forconcerning to placing detract.Jewelry In order not

I your Individual Ir problem At the house of Venet. for
Easter U;'co g up and youmliconception example, the sparkle It at the _
AND EVEN LESS can forge) th nape of the neck. A crescent
.I that you uv to wait three shaped pendant, studded with
months toenj your perm. It rhinestones and topped with a
can be Icel; row the very pearl, dribbled down one
first day t doi professionally.Goodnig model's back during the

Hill. spring A necessary shows. adjunct to this BEACH SHIFT In red and white awning striped cotton I II

Carousel collection of extravagant designer dresses to M3il a new jewelry penchant if an back buttoned over white ski pant in Ship 'n Shore collectionof
.. upswept hair door) who I blouse for spring and aummer. Deep patch pockets are
I whirl you Into circles of haute couture fashion! An Investment could see It? I striped in a reverse direction and an anchor rests Just below
1 the piped-ln.red neckline
In unchallenged elegance from such peers of

the fashion realm os Maurice Rentner, Branell, Herbert Reporting On

Sondheim, Pat Sandler and Helen Rose and many more. r I

It's an unprecedented sale for Lakeland breathtaking Florida State UniversityBy

costumes turning every hour to glory' garnered I
CAROLYN ROBERT Lakelander who was one of
Il' l from designer collections throughout all Macs' stores t Campus Correspondent, LHS'i star football players
TALLAHASSEE-Everyon e last year. Donovan has con-
and brought here for this spectacular event! The sol.you've around Tallahassee la talking I tlnued participation in the
of the exciting Florida State I sport as a member of the
always hoped for! Dresses formerly $90 to $330 University Flying High Circus,,, FSU freshman football team

sale priced from: $45 to $165. We've also a special atPeltz which gave its last performance .... Recording Secretary
I, yesterday before an exuberant Lakelander Thera Brackney
"Brass Ring" collection of better dresses, originally crowd of FSU students Is currently recording secretary
Shoes parent of the FSU chapter of thaI
60.00 sale priced at 29.00. You may charge, of and alumni. Florida Education Associa

course. Available Moos' Lakeland and nowhere else! The colorful r U'! I lion Her roommate of last
how climaxed a)J':. fall, Lakelander Helen Roberta
a weekend l t who has a double majorof
Mais' Regency Room of fun whichIncluded t I elementary education and
Bone Ca a ......... social welfare Is now an Intern .
Blue Cal In Jacksonville.
picnic, folk I Both
WhiteBone Mo singing, a ten- j coed expect to receive their
\ \r Mel nil match and \ diplomas In.April.
Block Pa* & Mesh a track meet. The University Singer,
\ !MI e White C I4\ June Hater I winding up a Florida concert
I'f camp of BarCAROLYN tour, presented their annual
tow Is one of Spring Concert Friday night.
M the troupe' 115-members, 33 The group of which Shirley
j of whom will be selected to go Mooney of Lakeland I II a mem
$1195 to Europe. ber, sang selection from
Janice Powell of Lakeland Beethoven, Bach and Johanna .
was one of the many visitors Brahms. Just prior to the
Your Compare who took In the circus activities Singer tour Shirley appeared
I Choice F .t *'*." this weekend. A 1963 in the chorus of the Opera
t graduate of Lakeland High Association' production of
School, Janice attended florIda' "Carmen."
Southern College last se Many FSU student, especially .
mester. the music majors, are
Finalist eagerly awaiting the appearance -
Lakelander of the well.known Pittsburgh -
Barbara Mellon
Is in the .Symphony Orchestra.
news this week as a
finalist of the Bellflower Marine Conducted by William Stein'berg

( the orchestra will give
which was put
concerts on Wednesday and
1 1M. Black & White on by a Tallahassee firm. A
Thursday nights a* a featureof
freshman, Barbara
Brown & White Is active the Artist Series.
r { .r on campus In her sorority.
,' Kappa Delta and the Village
I "
Vamps, FSU'i official hostess
':. \. group. FurnitureLabel
The FSU Debate Team has
.4J} f copped top honor In the 15th Laws
It annual Florida State Unlver-
City Invitational Debate Tour

'. ,,,,'v' nament. The debate topic, a Aid Buyers
i ::I'''' J Bone Colt subject of great controversy Intoday'
I ; -.t White Calf '. olved-That Be lure
the Federal Government
to read
': R tags and labels
: ; 'j Should Guarantee an carefully if
f'. you plan to buy
Opportunity for Higher Education
,.. to All Qualified High March U.
School Graduates" Debit that date. label and
'j teams came from 21 schools, hang tags will give more descriptive
ENGLSH Information
including the Universities of than
they ever have
Alabama Florida
South florIda Mrs.
and East Tennessee Dade Gladys Kendall, marketing -
County Junior specialist with the
College San
WALKRS Angelo College (Texas) and University of Florid*'* Agricultural -

Emory University. Mulberry' A table Extension Service.
with a solid walnut
.Ward H.
,' Hunt and Lakeland's '
I I top and
Janice Conner helped the FSU pecan legs can no
team to Its five-win record. longer be called "walnut,"
( but must be
Donovan Jones has pledged classified as
r, v Delta Theta fraternity.- -- -AIn Covering top"-"pecan of a blend ni legs..,*<**
and other fiber can ni longer :

) : White Bone Calf Calf Every "WI"" """ When be described non-leather as "nylon.material"

Red Calf You Save baa the look of leather, the
Blue Calf exact make-up of the fabric
e Block Patent TIMETEMPER must be spelled out on the
tag, In exact terms such a*
"imitation leather," "D ot
: leather." "vinyl covering."
-, MONEY or "upholstered In plastic."
The Federal Trade Commission -
for the household
With Our furniture industry says the
new rules will discourage mis-
FLUFFDRYlaundry representation and deception.
Bone With the new regulatlbn the
White Service consumer can be sure 6f what
;. he la buying
All table) bed and bathroom Every type of bureau, bedstead .
linens beautifully, washed and I desk, cabinet
) table
: Ironed Including honk I...
Oitnllla. tpraodi washable I and chair 1 II subject 'to the

10 Famous Branbhoes .-- rues Wtarlng aa- new order. Not Included in ,
i i the
1 pant if regulations are
M.ay Nmtn Vf rt Nrtr.rm.tM any mourned musical i i
I Cr a1nOTMW TAll. 1 fresh air dried and Instruments, radios, television '
folded. sets mirrors cedar:chests,

|% to 70% Discounts 9 IBs .. $1.26 mat metal t r cots eSlet., bedsprings Refrigerators and I'

.\ / REGENCY ROOM; V Additional) Iks. 'N'M" 14c ... air conditioner, pictures,
el lamp, clocks rugs and draperies
\ '.; to J are not affected either.

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( ( trouble locating the exact
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) hal partition for necklace,
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''''''.. LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday. March I.- 1MI T-C'


: With A Southern Accent SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

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By LINDA LEE RAY joined the projects committeeof
A Campus Correspondent/ Women's Student Government '"
; Mllburn P. Akers has been She will help revise \ft" r re rh
and publish the coed's hand
LI' named Honorary Chancellor book.A .
to preside over the annual
new student magazine,
Founders' Week festivities "the barbaric yalp," made Its \
which will begin at Florida debut on campus recently
Southern Col. Edited by David Bowman
lege Thursday. Donald Cauble and Valerie
Hubbard, be barbaric
Mr. Akers yalp"
Is subtitled Stu-
who will address -
dent Magazine Dedicated to
the con- j
vocation Fri. the Expression of the Individ

day, Is editorof ual. The new publication
concentrated its attention on
k V'i IrS the Chicago i significant contemporary social
Sun Times. '
V'a He also is problems. .
chairman oft Clare M Cotton Jr., au-
h. National ) thority on European, affairs
Committee of spoke on campus this week
Church Men UNDA.for He is the editorial director of
Church Colleges of the National European Securities Publications $( j& ,
II Council of Churches. Inc. ,J'i _
Speaking at the alumni Terry Anne Sargent. Halne BROTHERS
banquet Friday night will be City, member ef the Southern
Dr. Carl C. Bracy, presidentof staff, was recently named society
Mount Union College and columnist for the college .
of the Northeast Ohio Con. paper. She will share
ference Board of Education. her duty with Jan Elliott of

Activities Tampa.

Other F, under' Week activities
Include a dance Thurs
day at the Civic Center pre I1IlIiIII!'

ceded by a dmner in the college s v h e ,
cafeteria Scholastic and t
other honor awards will be Custom MadeOR k

given during the Friday con- ,
vocation, and later that day READY MADE
Miss Southern will be named,
followed by a dance and the FREEINSTALLATION
Jose Molina Spanish Ballet.
Saturday will be Alumni
w r
Day Alumni will be treatedto
a coffee, a tennis match
and a planetarium showing by
SHIFT INTO SPRING In this not-too-pastel, not-toobareA Dr. J. E. Hutchman.
-Una dress with a hand-screened look of print on print In off- Parents of all enrolled students
beat tones on cotton. Matching sash may be worn high low, are being Invited to attend
at the waist or not at an. the Founders' Week activities
this year with tours
being conducted on Friday. T K 1 of 1
What's, Doing AtUniversity Leadership +.

Bob Cattarlus, Lakeland, has 7
been tapped for Omicron
Of South Florida
Delta Kappa, men's leadership -
and scholastic honorary.
Bob, a senior Is president of r e:
By CEUA WILLIS and Mary Joyce Touchton, the Inter-fraternity Council
Campus Correspondent Richard ODonlel, Dan Lawrence and past president of Kappa
TAMPA-Poet Ogden Nash, and Cella Willis, may Sigma. a
dancers and musicians from use the new facilities. Jill Hall, Winter Haven, has SHOP AT HOME!

.Korea cellist George RiccI The big dance of this trimes- Our Consultant Will
and an U,S. Air Force Band ter was held in the Univer- INDIVIDUAL CASSEROLESThe Coll at Your Horn .
head the list of outstanding artists sity Center ballroom last '
Aliortmtnt of
children will love these Prints
who will night. Music for the Spring
Individual spaghetti casseroles
present a pub-t Fantasy was provided by Bob
Combine 2 cans (l5' ounces With a Large
lie program everyday Lake. The beautiful girls In
each) spaghetti tomato sauce
for two their and Solid Colors.
k gorgeous gowns added with cheese 1 cup flaked cooked
weeks in the ; their touch to the air of spring crab, / teaspoon lemon Juice,
University 0 f i fever. and dash "Tabasco' sauce Dial 6826131FATHER

\rfsIO > 'il Broad Jump Spoon into four small baking
Fine 1 Festival -" The men's and women's dishes Mix together % cup tiny
whlch '\'. } track and field meets came to soft bread cubes, :3 tablespoons
opens March! a conclusion last week Ray minced onion, :3 tablespoons
30. Fleming of Alpha III West melted butter or margarine
Greek Week,* captured Individual honors and dash thyme; sprinkle or
sponsored by CELIA while leading his team to its spaghetti Bake at 400'F. for 2C OP UKIUND, INC.
the Council of minutes Makes generous serv 120 N. Msaochuiatti Avt. I
first place tie with the Enotas. .
Fraternal Societies begins to- \
Fleming took first place in the <<
day with a Greek sing and the broad Jump and 100-yard dash ,i : ,
lighting of the Olympic Torchon third place In the high Jump .
Crescent ingsNelson's ; j \v 1
Hill. Climaxing
and was anchor man on hlateam' ,.
the week of Chariot races and 880-yard relay team
skits will be formal dance
a which finished aecond.Approximately .
at the Floridan Hotel ballroom 185 faculty I IM.n'
featuring the Skyliners
members from 26 universities,
By September, 1965, USP
pleases v ryor>eS
will become the state head colleges, and junior collegeswill
be gathering for the
quarters for the
state's first annual Florida
Trade Program. The program
Poetry Festival. Making a special -
listed under the College of
Business Administration is trip to appear at USF, Archibald -
presently at the University of MacLeish will be guest
reader and speaker at the festival
Florida. The program designed
Dr. Elton Smith delivered -
primarily to train students
lecture last Monday on
In the fields of International a
"J.B." MacLeish modern > ) f1i
Trade, may or may not become a
poetic drama of "Job.
a separate business m a-
jor. Honors this week go to Dr. Birthittne Ring i W
William K. Bott, associate i
Student Director professor and coordinator of
USF's first student direc advising In the department of :
tory, approved last Thursdayby education. Dr. Bott Is also a .
the SA executive council human behavior professor. He y
has gone to press. Patterned received his Ed.D from Duke 'u
after the University of Florida University. e : -/
directory, the USF book will .
contain the name, campus and MEATLESS r rc .'. .
home addresses of students CASSEROLE diome +d bridol set -v f7 r

currently enrolled. The directory Canned macaroni and cheese =
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I LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March II, 1114 j J
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1\\ I Places To Go, Things To See Offered Polk Countians I 't JF F

Ii : f Gulf Coast Art Festival Jose Molina Spanish Ballet I

I PINELLAS PARK-The Society ton; or at the Sarasota studios
I ; of Fine Arts and Beaux of Robert Chase, Leslie

Arts Gallery have announced Poiey, Eugene White, Guy r Appears Here On Friday 13 I

their 12th annual Sunshine Saunders, Jay and Helen p -

Festival of States painting and Protas or at Beaux Arts Gallery Joss Molina's Balles Espan

sculpture competition which of Saraaota. oleo, a Spanish ballet troupe,
ii open free to all artists and The show will open at the will present the fourth eventof
sculptor In the Gulf! coast Pinellas Park Beaux Arts Gallery the Lakeland Concert Association

area at 2 p.m. Sunday, March season Friday night at
a t:30 o'clock at Branscomb Memorial
Entrants may submit two 29, followed by the Festival Auditorium on the Florida
paintings framed or matted, of States Folk Singing Hootenanny Southern College campus.

plus two sculptures and two The time of the performancehas
ceramics. Prizes will be given Chairman of judges will be been changed from I:IS
Herb Stod- to 8:30 o'clock as the auditor
In alt divisions. Mrs. Patto Terry.
ium will be In use earlier In
Deadline for entries Is Friday dard, president of the Sarasota
h the
evening for a Founden'Week
March 27, at the Beaux Art Association, will assist activity at the college,
Arts Gallery, 7711 60th St. Mrs.:Terry opens a two- according to Mrs. Colin
Pinedas Park, or at TampaArt week, one-man show at the O'Moit, president of the Concert a
Institute with Mrs. Leroy Pinellas Park gallery with a Association. She emphasized -
Waters of Tampa chairman; reception from 2 until 5 p.m. that members should not
Veil's_Art_Gallery In Braden- Sunday, March 15 arrive at the auditorium be- .
.w 1
fore 8 o'clock, so the auditor
ium and parking lot may be
cleared before the ballet per- .
formance. i
cv Stars Of Show
The ballet stars Jose Molina
with Maria De Roclo, k- _
Luis Montero, Luisa Mora, A. r
Enrique Ruben and Roclo Zgil' it
t e Comet as featured dancers.
"La Trianera" Is the Flamenco
singer and Cares Martinez H
\1 is guitarist. Choreography Is
by Jose Molina and Luis Mon
tero. Silvio MasciarelU is musIcal
director.Of .
t Bailee Espanoles, the MARIA DEL ROCIO AND JOSE MOLINA cqs
Americas press has, written: In "Los Canasteros. lot i
"Those present applauded, Will
1 cheered stamped, and emitted ',bets
,j cries of approval" New Certainly the audience had an drid. Bailes Espanoles has ,prey
York Herald Tribune; "The unabashed good timel"-The been described as presenting
Molina Company filled the Berkshire Eagle of Pittsfield, "Flamenco dancing and sing-
stage with color and move Mass. Ing for those who thought they
ment stirring and fast- The troupe will perform 20 didn't like Flamenco dancing I
tr "LOOK AT US!" Mrs. Charles B. Kells exclaims a* past presidents of the Tuesday Music moving richly costumed"Cleveland dances, Including those representative and Iinlinil"Admission! j
w.., Club smile over old photos published on the women's pages of The Ledger over the years. Plain I I Dealer; of Castile, Seville Is ty membership(
These photo play a part in the skit written by Mrs. Glenn W. Morrison, right, to be presentedby "You never heard so many Zaragoza, Cad 1 Iz. Malaga. card only. No single performance
j the past president at Tuesday's meeting. Pictured above, from left are Mrs. Kells, Mrs. audience 'Oles! In your life. Granada, Barcelona and Ma tickets are available. ; ) "
W. J. DeLoach, Mr*. Minard Miller, Mrs. Gordon Justus and Mrs. Morrison. (Ledger photo .'' -

by. Perkins Tuesday) Music PresidentsWill 'Queens For Day' Travel ,

Stage Original PlayA More Than Real Royalty- :*

comedy, "The Girls Holda by past presidents of the Mrs. Edythe Bentley, Mrs. WINTER HAVEN Fifty. bias; an Amarillo pastor "Our queen visited 40 for \
Meeting," will be presented Tuesday Music Club at Its John Edwards, Mrs. Merton four times around the worldor preaching a sermon at a pastorles sign countries In one year,"
At first knee, It hu tbs vivid meeting Tuesday morning at Brown, Mrs. Marshall God. 1,358,474 milesl church In Washington; Bailey explairl "Including .
peasant simplicity of the 10 o'clock at the clubhouse, dard, Mrs. Barnwell Fuller, That's the total amount of one "queen attending a Potato Mexico, Canada; Bahamas, .3
Austria Alp At second .No". Charge flow P..I.M.W.'d 421 E. Park St. Mrs. A. B. Cook and Mrs. traveling done In one year by Festival in Oregon while
Janet. ,it radiates a deep and The play was written by James Taylor, honorary past women crowned "Queen for a another is passing out medals Belgium( france, Monaco
atural sophistication too>> Day," according to Jack Italy, England Switzerland
realty like for Mrs. Glenn W Morrison, a president at the wile Virginia Forest
nothing the sort daunts.of senos Blue sunninets chambray you past president especially for Public Invited Bailey, emcee of the popular Festival; a 75-year-old Salvation Scotland; Germany. Ireland,' I
this occasion It is the 13th ABC-TV show which will be Army worker looking for West Indies Austria and
denim,with India inadns and little shop and
to see our The public Is Invited to the broadcast from the Florida
small nicking down the front, play Mr*. Morrison has writ. pals in Rhode Island; and a Liechtenstein. They've met ,
\ around the skirt Madras sub; line of' ; ten and produced for the club. program. A small guest fee Citrus Exposition Grounds tomorrow crippled boy and his father the Lord Mayor of Dublin,
54 back sipper Sizes 6 to 16. our lovely gilts. Mrs. Minard Miller plays the will be asked for nonmembers through Friday. watching Mllwtjukae ,-wUt the e dormer: Vice President Nixon, t'
i part of the hosteis. She entertains it was announced.At "Our 'queens' receive so World Series-the boy' last ,Pope Pius XII and numerous
her guests with pictures the business session to many fabulous gifts," Bailey adventure. other high official :
Come Out and Register taken at various events follow the program, a report commented, "and some of the I
through the years and pub of the nominating committeewill most exciting ones are these
fI r cur weekly drew for a lished on the society pages of be made by Mrs. W. L. special trips. Sometimes some
f The Ledger. Knight, chairman. pretty amusing things happen,
And Scene Hostesses for the coffee hour too, once the queens get to
Judge Jury
$5 will be Mrs. John F. Dominick their destination.
A business meeting scene Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Recalling these Incidents. r
follows, in which the rules of r-0
Wendell, Mrs. Edmlston and Bailey mentioned the follow-
'CaPe ; O. GIFT CERTIFICATE parliamentary procedure are Mrs. Marshall. ing: J
completely Ignored. Mrs. Joseph Refused Te Leave
NotMni H bur-Hot Mc Hryt E, Wendel and Mrs. W "One of our queens, who HELENE CURTIS
M presser t( win A. Harman are Initieted Into
HeadquartersJCCflkd Print LipstickPromised was visiting Lake Tahoe, refused
the past president's chapterby to leave because she BRINGS YOU t
means of a comic "judge SoonNEW enjoyed it so much. Another
and jury" Initiation ceremony. and her companionsent -
GinJo1t Those participating In the YORK Things are to Florida-ended up doing AN INCREDIBLE ,
play are Mrs. Miller, Mrs. hush-hush for a few more a sister act In a night
Roscoe N. Skipper, Mr*. weeks on the national lipstick club. Two of our queens became COSMETIC '
Qitt&2015 -
Charles Kells, Mrs. Gordon Indian princesses and
front. However, major manufacturer
Justus, Mrs. Robert Edmlston doe not deny thatit one disappeared In a Rent--
Mrs. Raymond C. Smith, Mrs.. Another THAT SMOOTHS
Car for two days.
Roe St. Is coming out with a paisley
W. J. Mrs. Ervin
DeLoach. P., queen had some unscheduled
Straight mil 8. Male H HillNM Ray, Mrs. Glenn A. Marshall patterned In essence lipstick., won't have excitement at the Mardi gras AWAY WRINKLES
219 e. lemon lakeland SMlM Turn right MILwtf Mrs Morrison, Mrs. Wendell mottled you when use where she witnessed a shootIng -
ftllwr t. cut .1... and Mrs. Harman. lips you ."

4T I CT..r Home A Gift T.. club Other past Mrs.presidents of the, When Product applied X. as It the is many now called.tonesIn None of the crowned heads IN MINUTES,
E. John-
1 are Joseph of Europe travel any more
blend and the
I I son, Mrs. Paul H. Henderson, buildup the lipstick of color produces a extensively than the one-day KEEPS THEM AWAY
I vibrant overtone. Thus far Clnderellas of Bailey's make-

G '' Specializing in Upholstery, Dubarry will market, the it In manufacturer nine colors, believe month kingdom.his royal In representatives a typical- FOR ,;flOURS.cA4AGiC .

colorful crosssectionof II'
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7 BLAZERS ARE DRESSYThe Cross Sectioa Of Humanity Il, ffbA.
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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March 9, 1M4 KJ

\ Return Of Curls Top Hair James Fields Engaged

Fashion/ News For Summer To Martha Sue Hand I

HOMESTEAD-The engagement South Dade High School. She
d v .. NEW YORK The word Is of Mill Martha Sue attended schools in Tampa,
r L n'e'.t el '6 ; d i out there's a new and flat- Hand to James A. Fields, ton Japan and Texas. She Is attending

y Wring look In women' hairstyles of Mrs. Violet R. Fields, 609! Adult Technical SchoolIn
1Pitt Lakehurst St., and William R Tampa
due in the months
t Fields of Bahamas, has been A graduate of Lakeland High
ahead. announced by her parents, Mr. School, Mr. Fields spent three
More than 200 fashion apd and Mrs. G. H. Hand 28201 years In the U.S. Army Ht Is

beauty editor recently got SW 152 Ave.Wedding attending the University of,
the first look at spring and plans will be announced South Florida, Tampa, and Is
employed by People's Bank of
summer hair fashions, along
Miss Hand Is I graduate of Lakeland
r with a preview peek at the .t 1 }
e 116445 New York World's ,

Fairs at a special press showIng. SUITABLES FOR .

What they law, and

k warmly applauded, were hairdos

featuring a return to softly .

flowing curls which give

w women's hair a tasteful, more {t''f bp'I'b ."t' .. t J ,Jae
attractive three dimensional

$ 7 look.This more natural, more 1 S

,1 b feminine return to movement

R In hair styles replaces the

t smooth and straight look of

recent seasons. The smooth
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appearance was reserved at

this event for the colorful silk

clothes collected by the International SPRING ON 'OUR HANDf-Prlmary colors Imprinted in crisp white nyW pique'glovej t

Silk Association say spring more emphatically thaw the first robin. Combine them with dark woolens to give
r ,4, 4.b and worn by the model at winter-weary wardrobe a spring lift. 4

the press preview.

Clairol, the only cosmetic .
Ezio Martinelli To Be
firm with a major exhibit at Ringlirtg
:r the Fair, hosted this unique
fashion show at the Top of ?

of the the Fair New Restaurant York Couture as part Sculptor-ln-Residence/ For MonthSARASOTAnTha vM, 4, ..ta4j

semi annual Press
CURVY COIFFURE-Mr. Ruel! of Coiffures American Group' '
that hair fashions are curvy and feature shorter hair Week. American was not until 1951 that he began Mr Martinet l will apeak to
( the coming season. Hair fashion for spring and summer Hair styles were created for sculptor Eiio !Martinet!! Is to devote the major portion school groupi at well as to
8J often have the event by nationally famous coming to Sarasota next Sunday of his,time to sculpture.In museum visitors.
heavy bangs and there will be I !loopy, frothy
stylists, Leslie Blanch '
to spend a month In residence 1954 he began to work Indirect
I at the crown, he said. The favored hair colorings, he ard Enrico Caruso, John Garrison r P
at the John; and Mable metal and had his first
will be rich, warm colon in Ruel.
the and Mr.
honey family. R Keith
---- Singling Museum of Art. Mr. exhibition of sculpture the year Calling Allhouse r
Martinelli's visit.1 made
possible following
//D WorkshopIs Holiday On Ice Show by a three-year Ford Since 1934 Mr. Martinelli's Maker
Foundation grant to the Amer.ican work has been exhibited in
[ Scheduled Federation of Arts this country and abroad. His Ir NICK SPAGNOLA
Starts Tuesday Night By means of these grants, 27 work Is In collection in the ,
veland Heights Home American artist will spend a Whitney and Guggenheim museums YOU CAN
Demonstration Club will havea TAMPA-The world famous Saturday at 2:30: p.m. and Sun- month in 27 different museumsIn In New York In the Seattle
Holiday on Ice will present Its day at 1:30: and I p.m. this country. The purposeof Museum, the Newark Museum BREAK THE RULES
workshop on Friday at 1:30: 1964 show at the Fort Heater In a foreign exchange program the project, ai AFA director Philadelphia Museum of
.1.1n. at the home of Mrs. F. ly Armory Tuesday through of Its own, the show has Peter Pollack explained, is (Dine Arts and the Art InstituteIn 1 Mart and more
r next Monday. March 11 The exported tome of It* American to give the artist' an opportunity Chicago.Did. during the loft
,JUBergqulst' Lake Margaret. opening performance will beat stars to replace those brought to express "his private UN Facade '' few yean. It hoi
A sandwich luncheon will 7 p.m. with all other night from Europe and the Orient, world of creative thought; Perhaps the best.known of x [become a trend
follow.. Member edition speaking for himself rather Mr. Martinelli's sculpture is [among decora-
are to bring performances at I o'clock. to live this year' both .
'I something to work on. Matinee are scheduled on new faces as well as a new, than through critic or curator the massive work on the east ton ond preferllonol omofeur .
theme. to the many and various facade of the United Nations ,r. to break all
Each two-and-one-half hour kinds of museum visitors." General Assembly Building..1 lII.sche.ll.d"rul
I show has 17 different acts fea Educational Background This work Is composed ofmore i '. ,,". .
Mr. Martinelli born In than 100 of aluminum. Everyone n
turing a cast of almost 100 was pieces I ..
performers. Appearing In new West Hoboken, N.J., In 1913. Patterns for the sculpture t members bock, ,o when feyeon
routines will be the popular He began his study in paintingin were traced on large I ol. *e were told I
O O Williams family, and Alice 1931 at the Academy of Fine sheets of aluminum and cut pM never to u.. 1798A
Quessy, Ray Balmer, Tommy Arts, Bologna, Italy. After re- These cutouts were then dipped blues and greens together, but
: Allen, Jane Morris, Alfredo turning to this country, he Into tanks of chemical solution I now we alt know that the right
Mendota and Juanlta Percel- worked with Leon Kroll and which added coatingsof shades blend beautifully of blast and onem
iy Clifford Beal. In 1947 he was color-gold and coppertothe
Ai matter of fact, bland .
The chorus line II made up appointed to the faculty of Sarah aluminum, and then weld gram mixtures In the tom
fck GsrminfMetaceeis of 38 precision skaters, Including Lawrence College, Bronx. ed together. The completed fabric art' extremely popular In .
six Floridians, who learnedto ville, N.Y., where he taught sculpture Is 30 feet long and both draperies and upholstery I
*, SAY E' skate In rinks In Miami, painting. He Joined the facultyof 17 feet high.A This liOn example that many
Mildew rreftcfta/ For Jacksonville and Fort Lauder- the Parsons School .of Design workshop b befog set up af thrown the previous out of the rain window how, been
'fj, Specie dale. In 1953.Although on the grounds of ths museum yt 4
With Owr Mon.Tues.Wed.Mar. Mt. Martinelli began and here Mr. Martlnelll will Today you can olio do man '
International shows will feature ,
mixing of woods, periods, finIshes -
: :Odorless Dry Classing 9-10-11 "A Love Tale of Japan" to work as early ai 1938 give demonstration lectures. and colon In the torn -- SMART VERSATILE
f with Kunio Nakajlma of Tokyo in wood, stone and planter, it During his month-long stay ( room There. li a much greater
; and star from Vienna, trend towards mixing than
The Peacocks of Germany, Audubon Speaker Will Be matching The Idea I Is that each pledd
Haml Brown, Scotch comedian -
of furniture should hove Individuality
3 FOR and Johnny Leach of and personality of
England. Honored At Dinner HereHenry III own

$129SWEATERS' Fort Hesterly Armory Is located Yet, you con break fit to-
at the corner of Howard Briggs of Skowhegan, Nlswonger and Mr. and Mn. tatted old "rules"provlded Open Monday end
Avenue and Casa the whole effect creates e harmonious Friday Nits
Maine, now wintering\ Odessa Clarence Bergqulst picture jh&s
t.t.SKIRTS (Plain .... will be guest of honor at The dinner will precede Mr. And, what makes a "ho,. Till 9 P.M.
Wales Concert a dinner party'apon.ored lecture monioui picture". In your home
SLACKS by Briggs appear.ncewhen
Any Combination/ / W. Invite you to come 'In, talk
TROUSERS Association To board member of the Lake he presents a premiere It over with ui, end take advantage
Region Audit showing of his new color motion I of our free decorator
Seek MembersLAKE bon Society, picture, "Allagaih Adven ..""Ice. We'll be looking for
ture" at I at the Civic ward to teeing you. r
Thursday at I p.m.
WALES-The Com- p.m. at the Center.It THEH&S

MONDAY, thru FRIDAY munity Concert Allocation's Crest Restaur It expected that Mr.
I 8:00 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. 1964 membership drive will ant.Arrangements Brlggs) will spend several MATHER FURNITURE
weeks In Florida to give other
SATURDAY TILL 12 NOON officially begin with a kickoff of interspersed ...
dogwood filmlectures'Ind to photo.graph i:0 N. Men A :
coffee at the Walesbilt Hotel
with wildlife In the state be-
at 4 o'clock this afternoon spring flowers fore he returns to his native Phase MU 2-6111 201 North Kentucky Ave. MU 2.7818
Mrs. Howard H. Adams Is
will grace the state of Maine.
table.Hotpltall I .
OnE HOUR Approximately 100 workerswill I
assemble to receive their ",. BRIGGS
ties will be under -
working kits and instructions i
the direction of Mrs.
The drive will continue for
two weeks, today through James Lockwood, the society's
'mRRTlnlZlOslthe i social chairman. She will be
Saturday, March 21.
The annual workers' ban assisted by Mrs. Clinton Our.ris
and Miss Alma Murdock. BALDWIN
quet bal been scheduled for
Monday, March It. The hour Audubon board member
most in and place will be announced. who are expected to attend Include

Attendance at the concerti Dr. and Mr. John Fun-
b by membership only.. No derburg, Judge and Mr*. R. P.
Ingle ticket are told. Haddock Mr. and Mrs. Har-
Grove Park Shopping Center Tentatively scheduled for Ian Herbert Dr. Margaret
the 1965 season ire concert Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. George
by Jerome Hines, star basso Horel, Mr. and Mr*. Harold R

u.s. Hwy. 9a, South Phon. 682-9235 of the Metropolitan Opera, Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. John pianos and organs
and the Prague Chamber Or. Myrick, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph

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Concentrated bath perfume

Foam Bedding SALEYour I I provide your) 'Use bath a long a water small-lasting and amountIn fragrance remember Limited number of instruments

not to dab on another
Choice: Foam or Innerspring Mattresses ':fragrance tb.t' night "

clash With the one you are at reduced prices
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BOXSPRINGS, $6888 I The fashion cycle I*' round,

AND ,12 I, and If you wait lonE enough rOIl Till 9:00 P.M.
STURDY LEGS. come back to wharf you start Open Friday Evenings
ed. The newest fabric! for the
Jet aet .Is embroidered linens

.:? he Ys.r r I and linen type New designs In .
have 'made these
.. IIiii embroidery
F.N.I..r P.I.M. Charge Flu I ( fabrics more interesting than ..L1fUUlt fJwJt WuJ i,

CUberg's, The House of 1000 ltllJ
; fabric are featuring embroideries
OPEN DAILY 7 TO WYNN MATTRESS ''I a* the top Easter fabric i I
SAT,. TILL NOON for 19 iA full rang of styles 100.SO lOOtM HOMO AVINUI I

E."I'.I Iy AptaiM$ & UPHOLSTERING CO. I and local price GIlbert are available tore at at your I MVTVAI" 1.3591, IAKIIANB, MOIIOA .:

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pact $3 plus tax, Color Blend Brush

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The easy payment plan at Peoples Bank Is made even easier
by the pretty presence or Miss Linda Cottingham at the reception
desk In the personal I Icon department. Linda Is the daughter of Mrs.
L Palmer Cottingham, 70 Bonisee Circle, and the late Mr. Getting
{ -- ham. She Is a member of the Lokeland General Hospital Auxiliaryand
I devotes one night each week to entertaining convalescent young
stars in the pediatrics ward (Ledger photo by Art Perkins)
....All>. J

Milt Roberta Hall, Germaine Monttil'i Special Representative, r=- Joint Meet Slated For Jr. Clubs .

will be in our Cosmetic Deportment, Monday, March 9th i
The "Young Sprouts" and the Garden Club of Lakeland.Inc. Mrs. Paul B. Tompklns;
through Wednesday, March 11th, with Color Blend and beauty
i ., will meet jointly Wednesday chairman of the "Weed Pull.
tricks! With each Germaine Montei I purchase you will receive a 'Weed Puller,"' junior garden at 3:30 p.m. at the Garden ers" will introduce Mrs.
I gift jar of Germaine Monteil's Bio Miracle Cream at no additional club groups sponsored by Center. Amine Wheeler, who will dem
cost to you! onstrate and discuss Japanese
flower arranging She will tell
( .. of Japanese customs.
Photos Mrs. Charles C. Cook, chairman
Please Call For Your of the Young Sprouts,"
will lead a short workshop on
Engagement and wedding pictures published In making dish gardens and ter-
rirlums Children are to bring
\ the LEDGER should be called for within 10 days appropriate shallow containers
after publication.The not to exceed 1} Inches In
( a Iiamlfiil of Easter savingshandbag diameter, for their dish gar
Plants will be
dens. furnishedand
LEDGER cannot be responsible for pictures- Instructions glvea on
Ltivis '. uncalled for after the 10-day"period. planting Poinsettia circle memberswill I
furnish refreshments

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I Gleaming patent plas es Ripple straws! Faille! A beautiful nay to iRorlzt your Easter 1. Jgyable. I

costume! Sparkling o tent handbag*"in every smart sine and iilliotA'tt.| Each bag hat itt
If sensational
unusual !only straps you can
own clasp an ailing all have
exquisitely ai>pointed"golillipted satin interior place wherever you wish from regular
all are eXpertly <*&# Your choice ,f black, white, white lighmi&' rule. taffy apple anywhere to off.the-shoulder-between,as!Comfortablywide well as

bom and navy. Haru Great Main Floor; available all stores wept r Jy Blvd ,revolutionary new stretch straps
't jtty r there,too The back dips down
to a low scoop and LOVABLE fabulous
"Love-That.Stretch! Keeps>I tour!!
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LEDGER Sunday, March I. 1M* ll-C ._. I

II' Larry Aldrich Says SummerIs 11 SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND II.

/ Season Shoppers/ AwaitNEW t' .,i

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VORK Larry Aldrich wine time-Indian silk, witha dresses which have beautiful ; .' .
opened his summer col- crisp texture that makes it silhouettes moot feminine
lection In New York with a look neat, well-groomed\ per flaring slightly at the hem i
not of optimism that Wash fection. He stows it In a and done with gores. Coat- I l'< ,
ington could will pick up! three piece costume which is dresses for summer are a big '..Cr
According to Mr. Aldrich e knockout for a traveler thing in this collection beau .. '
preildent of The New York or a suy-at-bomer for that tiful In shade of Moreau '. t

Couture Group the summer matter. The tailored jacketIs linen.Skirts ,
season for fashion holds afar natural Indian silk, theflatpleated Slightly Longer
greater potential for the skirt is navy blue In the Aldrich collection
stores than spring has and and a red scarf loops loosely aa In many of the other collections
this Is going against stood-for around the neck. The second hemlines looked
tradition) Because summer costume In this mood la all slightly longer. Nothing to

comes fast and furiously, natural Indian silk. worry about but just heavea BROTHERS Ir
when It comet he feels that Many 'V' NeckllneiAldfich sigh of relief that your
women have more need for shows many v-neck- knees can be covered again.
this kind of dress than any lines and fills them with High colors continue from 4i
other Also there's that secret sparkling strands of the spring collection. Cerise
thought In the back of her crystal, often in shades that was big in light wool crepe roth
mind that when she buys for complement the costume for spring, now it appears in 1.
summer she's also buying for some in white. Italian silk with a deep pleated .
that hoped-for southern holiday A comeback color for Aid- skirt
come the following win.. rich is lilac In Moreau linen, He shows GauJUln-like
ter as well. and when you see it,'you realize prints In linen, some 'with I 5s
The Couture Group president how much you've missed blouson tops. Princess
i feels that more women it its a real flatterer and dresses In snow white for
I will do more traveling this particularly Beautiful with summer cocktail hours have t
summer than ever before the shade of pink and blue elbow-length capes. One of ,
(especially! to New York for crystals Aldrich puts with It. the most charming and feminine ..
I The Fair) and that they will Apron front dresses and of his summer late hour
I want more changes In clothes costume are another big Idea' dresses la a three-tiered black
than usual. He's ready In the collection. A* the cloque with each ruffle banded twt
I with one of the most enchant. name Implies, a loose front in sheer organdie. The climax
ling collections his designer panel la attached to the waist (and there seemed to be taw
I Marie McCarthy has ever usually with pockets In the many) really came with his r 1
I turned Out for him. straight skirt ,underneath evening dresses with bodices 7 e
He does princess panel all of flowers. -
New "Patio" Costumes

Lumping the trends, they cn: nIIJIJInnUaemtJfJfJeE1eeE1E1a: :: ::

{fall loosely Into the catego- m m s
rim of pleats, softness, blousEing I IT Itt It
clo.er-shaping than in m II II Ii a
previous relaxed look., two- m I ii s
niece bias locks wonderful m \
"[new prints and lower neck. a II
ine. He adds another trend a
towards the end of his collection 0 1 1s
when he shows two sumner aa A
"patio" costumes one 0 t }

[ti>f tight silk trousers ending a fJ

at the ankle and topped with m a t:1 7
a tunic dangling with tasseled ?- m a
beads the other a twin in m B )
a silk and wonderful print all I a
beaded from head to ankle. m BI

he Two collection costumes bring that to opened fashIon rain ? m

j a fabric not talked of In I

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p 1ft .C..I OUT Rew..a'Nnl OV/LO. .j.j night or day-wlth I "iwrnloui ELECTRIC clothes mEJ Its Easter bow and goes on being lovely
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...tA ''lJo-t Tlo"cxaLr i Is one el the greatest Ileea
11. IroM. ] The electric clothes dryer and thanks to Antron< l nylon jersey,
Rt'" CLUS ever owned. You'll wonder how ElU Easter fashion by
t sclera IMH "wo lak'Zane H'iItJli! all. U Vital worfc-Mvers you've aI never shows a hint of a wrinkle! Blue,

I o to 'm. Ion lunch.n.P coll p:. 'vSn2fn4irUh lurBliaw.BSrf you did without It dealer about in electric clothes Eldryeranother Henry Rosenfeld pink, green and brown; 10-20, ))2'/2-
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The full skirted shirtdress eyelet ,
tuamn.. (lilt '11.1 RAnw table .a' E ENow
k.. m..tlnr.. wlu NOM,..SlewPROnOMON t. DIIMD", During The Month Of March returns In a precious look for "JANt UE" .
... slid.nlOY| the >lwK.c er: lined In block e -
'.:. L 0 .e t M I. the time to buy Easter. Completely, FLORIDA
m..t' POat 00. .r !rote. Cloth. Dry*. The City of lok.lond will pay
., Rntw Electric g:
( Sin Ras 'Oat.: tint roil! brown or white. Accessorize with c . . .
munltnenAUOYON Svou $20.00 Installation ."...one. l If you purehoi. your ,;, e NAME . . < .0.

,....... .nwlti NATVSt.1 ..Al1.TMIATta..... Adrelllnr. '. '3. dryer during the month of M rch. Select the dryer' rf yourchoice g Spring hats and bags In lody-like ADDRESS' . . . .. .... .
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LAKE BONNY 12 Sunday.C LAKELAND March S, 1964 LEDGE!-to ._+.. Spring Fashion's Hues Bloom Indoors, OutThe

NURSERY Plant Vines !! AWN & news in new colon for

At Any Time spring is the number of luscious -

Lake Bonny Drive GUIDE mixtures of frosty pinks,
I GAINESVILLE The vim I reds and white.
At Dixie Mace
! planting season to about in]r Pink, of course, la a peren

time the notion strike you- By PEGGY BROWN nial spring favorite being becoming

I Shade Trees provided the vines are email to practically every-

thrifty, container arownplants. Garden Columnist one. But plain unrelieved
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6 Days OnlyAt Now Is a good time tc I pink Is tame indeed comparedto
try your luck. Deciduous I these sophisticated new t
These Prices mixtures.The IF
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vines wisteria trumpet-vin
youthful 'feminine colors !.
Truck Load Sale
and others-do best when
of this spring's collection
planted in the cooler season are being offered even In flow ri
1\ Giant Chinese ElmTREES according to the Florida Agricultural Spring Is Season That ers! The newest fashion coordinated ,.

I Extension Service.In flower Is a blend of i ,
se c rs
planting either container Should Last All YearThis pink buttons red called and white, appropriately bachelor's i

"balled and burlapp-
grown or Pink Julep.

III" I Ft Tr*.. S,R. ed" plants, dig a hole whichIs is the season of the year that should be first, Whether left outside to en
slightly larger than the ball if you were to choose one that would last.aU of the hance a summer patio partyor

395 of earth about the roots. If the time. Everywhere you look azaleas_ camellias dogwood brought In to provide a
plant Is In a container, carefully trees, redbud trees, wild cool, refreshing note to a
Each plum trees and annuals area they (row. Too rain and luncheon table these flowersare
remove the plant without riot of color. excess watering leach manyof perfect background for the I R1 ap
6 DAY SALE ON disturbing the ball of earth This Is the time to plant the nutrients. most becoming fabric colors + d
I about the roots and settle it azaleas and camellias while Elements required for plant seen in several seasons.

in the hole at the same depth they are In bloom and you growth are carbon hydrogen So delightfully decorative
TREESSycamore it was In the container. can see the color combinations oxygen nitrogen, phosphorus and in-fashlon these Pink Ju-
Partially fill in around the in your flower beds and potassium calcium, lep flowers are being used in
the color of magnesium, sulphur, Iron, .
soil. against your some of the .ason'lmost exciting ec
with rich garden
395 plant house. Try to be careful of copper manganese zinc, boron drapery fashion fabric.Don't \
Giant 8 ft.
Water thoroughly. Finish fillIng the colors you combine. As and molybdenum.Plant stop with new dressesor er
I Oak 6 Ft. Pin the hole and water again. you perhaps have noticed Vitamins new drapes. This Js the d J, tn
I Oaks, Will. Oaks 395 Follow the same procedurewith tome of the planting of or Air and water supply car year to go all the way with 3 a 1 i y 0S'y I { ; ell
jsn yn
the balled plants. Do not ange and purple against a bon, hydrogen and oxygen. new In-fashion flowers too. J.
Weeping Willow 295 red brick home leave muchto Nutrient elements requiredin Pink Julep fabrics are available It
6 Ft. Sis remove the burlap. However be desired as to color harmony great quantities and supplied at leading stores. Pink ,
',11.I I cut It away at the top of the by fertilizers are the Julep packets available at + ,AIk ;

ball or turn it back at the Use white to break colors primary elements of nitrogen, seed racks ,lot 35 cents a .1
I NOW 1 IS THE TIME TO I ground line.Before that clash Plant them in phosphorus and potassium yard. titIV
PLANT THESE TREES setting bare rooted bold groups of a single color also the secondary elementsof :
I them for color calcium magnesium and
or group se
FOR BEST RESULTS deciduous plants, trim off long quence. sulphur. The other elements PhilodendronIdeal ,I br

Sorry-This Truckload or broken roots. Landscape Class Continues mentioned are necessary but
Be sure to form a shallow Class 3 of the Landscape only In very small amounts. Plant
of Trees-While They basin around each plant to School being taught by Prof. Fertilizers recommended
Last Through Sat. Thomas Mack at the Lake- for ornamental plants are For Indoors
catch the summer rains. Mulching
,, Only!! SAVE NOW land Senior High School on 168, 8-8-8 or similar kinds.
Is a good idea, as it
Tuesday nights at 7 o'clock Annuals and perennials need GAINESVILLE If you're
helps to conserve moisture will be "A Further Study Of applications in spring and
LOOK maintain the organic matterof Plants." This will includethe summer. Azaleas camellias Interested In a house plant that AN ATTRACTIVE NEW FLOWER Introduction to come along this year Is mixture of
DogwoodTREES the soil, increase aeration function of shrubs in the and shrubs should have four is dendron.easy to grow plant a philo- red, white, pink and variegated Bachelor's Buttons called Pink Julep. The Pink Julep combination

and reduce soil temperature garden the definition of various applications per year: 'early Agricultural Extension ServIce is the first time a series of Bachelor's Buttons have been put together without the traditional
during the summer. types of plants, both spring, late spring, summer horticulturists at the University blue flower Included. This arrangement which can be done quickly and easily is featured
For additional information tropical and subtropical.Here and early winter. Bulbs and of Florida that the on the front of the Pink Julep packet. And complete diagrams and Instructions are Included
ask agricultural in Florida we continually bougainvillea need one application say be and made. A
your county philodendron better than Inside the packet to show how the arrangement can quickly effectively
I lI..d, to Pleat igent for Extension Service have to add fertilizers before planting or most other house grows plants under separate arrangement I Inside each of Its packets.
Bulletin 172 "Ornamental due to the fact that plants per year for bougainvillea.
WHILE Vines for Florida remove fertilizer elements a* Give bulbs two to three side conditions found inside the

SUPPLY LAST growing dressings season.during their late typical They modem will thrive home., provided Office Floral Tips Given i

''I $1 I LIMIT GRAND OPENINGCleveland How Much Load? they are kept warm moist and
away from strong sun. Some
3 Crotons and hibiscus need s
PLEASEt four applications Just as even resist cold. The philodendron Secretaries; Girls Fridav .
selleum for example .
1 Heights azaleas do. House plants I --
t, need three to six small feed. holds up under temperaturesclose
RENT-ALL & GARDEN CENTER "Ings per year. Be sure to to freezing. It grows rap. WASHINGTON MEMOTO arrangements of flowers and Blues lavenders, pinks and
ft. keep fertilizer off of the foli idly.Fasten : Women administrative plants takes care of them and reds with blue In them look
Look10 plants to trellis or secretaries makes replacements.The .
assistants private better In silver containersthan
t 3503 Cleveland Blvd. Ph. MU 6.6554 age.Palms
Heights require late winter moss-covered poles as they begin and/or Girl Friday. private secretary utilizing
and mid-summer fertilization. to grow. Use green paper- Here are some tips for keepIng the skilled services of a do the yellows oranges
!, GIANT MAPLE TREES At e lit cquchittl' else I am altering many awful Roses do best with three to colored wire from florist shops the office bright and cheer florist for arrangements but or yellow-reds. White or pale
GIANT VALUE! 4.95 (GARDEN ITEMS at Spatial .....,. Prfc.l four applications during the or dime stores for this pur- ful for office employe and who handles the placement pastels and green leaves also
1 Itoma such an HAKES! .79 NORMALLY 1.61 growing season. pose. Or use pins for fasten business visitors. and care chores herself are attractive In silver. Frag
GATES GARDEN HOSE AT A REDUCED PRICE and should seek his and
Trees should have fertilizer ing.A Let living flowers plants guidance ire flowers, belong In a delicate
I SAVE DURING OUR LARGE lAGS OF PEAT .19 OR I fOR 1.00 applied in late fall or early monthly application of help you improve the appearance and assistance. The florist
spring In punch bar holes 12- mild soap and water will givea of your modern office should know the colon and container sturdy ones
fi SPRING AZALEA 1S inches deep beneath nice shine to philodendron Many interior designers con decor of your office complex In a heavier bowl or vase.
GRO-TONE & STATE FERTILIZER spread of top. leaves. sider their work incomplete and the planned use of each Coarser flowers look best in o

t; SALE (Pickup. A'... Sample af G_T.... Par*.) until the finishing touches of aOngement-for the reception t copper,. brass or pottery containers
AT RiCe:IE SHOW green plants and flower arrangements room for private offices ,
FULL LINE OF PESTICIDESFULL have been added etc l
) : AZALEAS Orchid PotfDemonstrati ing Culture points out the Society of Arranging Rules Told Girls Friday! will discover J
American Florists. The Girl Friday of course with practice that some flowers t
'1ft. Aialaa 'uha.2M9" LINE OF NURSERY PLANTS & SEEDS Relieving the severity of Is called upon to exercise her are better suited to tall

I I ons Plannedof modern furniture requires a do-It-yourself prowess-to buy arrangements other to low

RENTAL OF YARD, GARDEN AND POWER TOOLS personal touch to feature Just the flowers, arrange and ones. An arrangement for a
; James Bivens will have potting. He said expert the right green plants and living place them, and care for
charge of orchid potting demonstrations will advise "If you are having flowers, SAF says. Worn- them. For Girls Friday SAF low table In a reception room
YARD SERVICE:, Mowing I. Edging success, do what you've en administrative assistants points out that practice makes must look right from all angles -
Hedging! Fertilizing ttc. at thq an- been doing." The) materials private secretaries or Girls perfect; but even while practicing because people will look
nual exhibit of the Ridge Orchid
Friday charged with the responsibility basic rules should be
l Society March 2123 In used for potting are said to down on it. as well as from
be clean and to handle.If for office decorations followed.A .
SIH GREEN STAMPS given all sales the lobby of Florida National easy Is that dark the aides. The'same'thought
on potting Is a problem Mr. -can use green plants cardinal rule
4 FOR 1.00 & yard service Bank? Show hours will be Blvens explained, most com and simple but dramatic flower colon should be used st the applies to an arrangement re'e
from 1 until 6 m. daily.
to p. Mr. Bivens mercial grower will re-pot, arrangements to offset and base of an arrangement, the Betted by a mirror. ,..,
JACK T. HARTLEY, Owner I. According orchid has his divide or even board plants. yet complement modern furnishings middle range of color In the If an arrangement Is againsta
NOWQuolity own every favorite grower and media An exhibit i of orchid culture -In lobbies, reception center, and the lightest tintsat wall, concentrate on the
way under the direction of Bob rooms, general offices and the top. A similar progression
Bacon of Winter Haven will private offices. ihould be used in the front and sides. Sometimes a
Gallon Can show orchid growth stages Bright Colors Preferred degree of bloom-from full wallpaper background clashes
Azaleas Reduced from tiny seeds to mature Display of plants and flower blossoms at the base buds at with an arrangement you
plants. in offices 1* a natural the top. have done. When this happens .
The theme of the exhibit Is carryover from the home. The exception to these rule,

put a tray. a piece of
"Orchid Symphony" and it is However, arrangements for a the Society says is when a
AAcEach open to the public free of business office differing from bud is dark and a large blossom painted wood or a panel of
charge. Prizes of corsage or those for the home are more is pale. Here, the degree plain wallpaper behind the
T t potted plants will be given on severe In line, more brilliantin of bloom win over the arrangement
I 3 the half hour to show visitors. coloring and more specificin color rule.Material. How Te Select Plants 'I
j theme. In an arrangement
r .6 For 2.59-12 For 5.00 A t'ffi' The administrative assistant should not be crowded. The Your local florist can be
given a definite budget stems should not cross, and helpful In selecting the right
BUY WHILE IN BLOOM Drivers must malntalnan adequate -,, for office decorating may wish spacing between stems should plant for your office. Many
: following distance from to contract for services of a vary. But don't be afraid to
j lakiland'i the car ahead so they can stop, local florist Under such an cut stemi. If you cut them plants are Ideal for use in
In time. Recent how for offices because they retain
Growers survey arrangement the florist consults too short one arrangement
Visit This largest Is the place T. that tailgating causes one thirdor with the company, designs try them in another. ,design their health and vigor with

te buy more of all accidents. and installs appropriate .rIT'S little car, and In poor light
ROTARY PLOW pnpiraa Mito OMdbta la ana ST OMOVmoWlft Mom mm up 1110'thrownodJintaMa However for best results with
aaarttif n i,, oft N are Cravat svawilnf taala.If .. huta...ana af law anew ramawl too* office plants SAF offers these ;

Giant SAVE Rubber NOW-ON Plants SALE 1.00Troplc'al I GOOD GARDENING TIME plant-care. Don't pointers place plants: near

Palms 1.50 windows, heat
open registers
Llguttrum 29c i I AND WE HAVE WHAT YOU NEED or air conditioners; they are

Viburnum , SOc extremely sensitive to drafts.
a I SEEDS PLANTS FERTILIZERS See that light and temperature
don't change radically
WHILE THEY LAST 4 g I ALSO TOOLS FOR EVERY JOBA when the office .la closed. r
Color. Turn plants slightly each
Beautiful Hy- 77,". x week to promote even growth
brld Cretont K Few Suggestions- Remove dead leaves and
stem promptly.
U fellm CMI I lor 2.25 ,
: Most plants suffer more

PCDOCARPUS 89c TOMATO PLANTS from overwatertng than from
underwaterlng; it's better to
give a plant a
Spreading Juniper 1.2S THREE VARIEJ'I.ESMARGLOBE when necessary than a

Boxwood 1.25 ROTARY MOWS makes (ulck were al LSAF.AW AY ataana tar awtth. mutehai and bass RUTLEDGE JIM DANDY light watering every day
Orange Tree 2.95In ; big lawns ana af flu 6nmly mowing laola.. mnaa ana lawn lttlir.ana N N.M swe..ra._,.. "Vice President In charge
of keeping the office bright
Bloom : GRAVELY gives you and cheerful not only can
Splrea-Brldol Wreath 50: CHOICERTh. SEED POTATOES make an Important contribu-

,I all the versatilityyou tion to the office appearance

Coming HiltllCUI.IM/ S.I.TrorN.l S.le. RED BLISS LARGE, STRONG TUBERS but can derive personalpleasure
lawn garden and grounda-upkeep work choose. and satisfaction from
r.::: t doing *o,
you do with Gravely Is but I matter of choice

Soon Fruit TNM 1<. with you.: With SI attachment for the all-gear In fact,you have a say-so In just about every- FLOWERSPETUNIAS ,.: I i
I' '
drive Gravely Tractor.. dependable tool that thlno-exeept the performance you get from. S
Our GI.fttGH run the cycle from now blowing to lawn mow. Gravely.Here there's no choice,for Gravely performance IN A WIDE: "COLOR RANGE Flower Show Judges

NOW Ing ,.. you g.t all the versitlllty you choose.Thsre's I is always unmatched. $357 SNAPDRAGONS ,A ,WIDE .ARRAY" I Meeting Wednesday
a Gravely for every budg.t-from the

NO economical Custom GRAVELY Council of Flower Show

PHONE CALLS PRICES OR to the extra-packed LAKELAND MAGIC BLOOM FERTILIZER All Purpose Plant' fo04SEE Judges ,will meet Wednesdayat
TRA Super with eptlenslSwlftimitlc Ii I:30 a m. at the home of
argr 1634 W. Olin St.
trans i Mrs. 0. F. Wells
LAKE BONNY $ 1to mission. Lakeland, Florida US FOR YOUR GARDEN NEEDS Drive rjNiiat

NURSERYLake Phone -A'--.nil. .n LAKELAND CASH FEED CO. Chapter t, 'Design, for

Drive I EASY Flower Arrangers"
Dixie Place J .I ,WI'AIOUT.A..FREE DtMONSTRATION.NOW! I I'J I ON .LAKE MIRROR W Rimer. w-Worm by Dorothy

I 502 E. Rote St. MU 2-6144 Emerges! ," will be
i 'I
H Mrs II. E. <.

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LAKEr AND LEDGER, Sunday, March 8, IN4 H-C
[ Church Groups

MeetingsAre Scheduled Area Girl Scouts To

-.akeland area church wom give the devotion Luncheonwill I

b's groups scheduled to meet be served at noon In the Celebrate Scout WeekGirl
i week are: social ball by Circles 4 and
LL SAINTS' EPISCOPALt. 19, Mrs. Graydon Cloud and

Monica's chapter of Mr*. Fred Eramlck chair Scout Week If being Scouting. Each day of the
Uscopat i Churchwomen will Y celebrated this week In the week 1 II assigned a particular
Jnvera tomorrow at 10 a.m. men.Mrs.. Benny Fenton, pro Heart of Florida Girl Scout theme, such as citizenship,
bthe church lounge. Mn, grant chairman, will introduce CouncIL homemaking, outdoors, arts
i Overbay will give devo- Mrs. Caxton Doggett Today the Bok Tower International and crafts, or health and
i and Mrs. Henry Bell will who will present the Easter program I II ached. safety

e a program on "Prayer" program on "The Cross and uled from 14 p.m. In Lake Girl Scout Sunday will be
1 Personal Religion. Host- We Resurrection," assisted by Wales Several thousand Girl observed In most Lakelandand
eI will be Mrs. Edward Mn. Harlan Wilson and Mrs Scouts from Ocala to Scoring District IV churches next
eh. Mrs. W A Moore and George Sinks. Mrs. will make their
George gather to contributions Sunday St. Joseph's Neigh.
Waite. Trask will sing, accompaniedby to the Juliette Low borhood Is Inviting all Catholic
\ FIRST METHODISTItomen'i Mrs. W. W. Harwood. World: Friendship Fund. Senior girls in Lakeland to attend
( Society of Chrl- Scouts are in charge of
COLLEGE HEIGHTS the 12 o'clock man with troops
Jl Service meet tomorrow METHODIST the program. Each troop bas from the parochial school.
111 a m. In the chapel. Mrs.
Woman's Society of Christian chosen a World Friendship The annual cookie sale will
rge spiritual
representative, who will sit In
i, leader of Circle 10, will Service Insets at 11:45: before going begin Saturday, and will last t
..m. in the social hall. a special area through Monday March 30.
LENTEN CHOWDERSwden Luncheon will be served by forward.to make her troop'sdonation. Cookie chairmen for the Lake

win plaudiU Circle 2, Miss Loulie Barnett, land area are Mrs. Clyde Olson
The Heart of Florida Council
chairman will serve lunch- for St. Joseph's; Mn.
but during Lent they notiadd
j has benefited from
Circle 5, Mrs. Carl H. Granville Croxton, Rochelle;
the glamour of old eon. CRYSTAL LAKE METHODIST CHURCH will be consecrated the church from 7.30: to 8:30: o'clock nightly. Member of the fund by having some of it* Willard Southwest
will Mn. Elsberry,
Jensen -
chairman present
-4 but serve as the center the on "You tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. by Bishop James Henley. The church began meeting on July 1, 1962. at Crystal Lake Elementary girls and adults sent to Pakistan Neighborhood Mn. AdnaB.

and' Vmeatless with canned meal a condensed* well. are Christ program Called," directedby church.is conducting a crusade tonight through Thursday at School (Ledger photo-P.) Korea, Australia, and Lee, Lake Neighborhood;
Puerto Rico and has been hostess
roup|chowders. are toBmake Mrs. H. B. Wyckoff. and Mn. R. W. Tallent, Pioneer
easy to World Friendship .
;' Just cook 2 Members participating In SUNGLASSES TIP Neighborhood. Mn. Ferd ;
Fund Guide. and Scouts from
Merta district chairman will
J [each Chopped celery and onion program are Mrs. Harry AT THE CHURCHES It's wise to avoid wearing Denmark Sweden. Korea and with the cookie sale
fin:1 tablespoon butter until ten Peck, Mn. R. N. Edwards.Mn. glittering earrings when you Japan help
fderjAdd a can of condensed Guy Coffee and Mrs. wear sunglasses. This will Buses for Bolt Tower will Cookie chairmen from Southwest
j d s Stomatp( rice soup 1 soup can Charles Shafer. Soloists will leave Lakeland High School Pioneer and Lake Neighborhoods
't f waters 1 cup flaked cooked fish be Mrs. B, H. Dyches. WINSTON BAPTIST p.m. In the church annex has cause others to notice your parking lot at noon and will will distribute cookies
|JH.taMespoons chopped parsley Miss Cleo Barber of the Dr. A.U.Mlchelson, founderand been arranged as an illustrated trapping Instead of noticing return there at 4:30: p.m. from the Girl Scout House,
{and I tablespoon sherry (If dafaired Tampa Methodist Settlement minister of First Hebrew program with audience par you. Even when you wear Each troop will plan a special 201 Parkview Place, In the -
).. Heat, stirring now and Houses will speak. The society Christian Church of Lot Angeles ticipation. Those taking part simple earrings you should: observance at lu meetIng block east of Florida Avenue .
tlle, Makes 3 servings Serve will have a paper goods will\ speak Wednesdayat will be Miss Matilda Schelder, avoid wearing sunglasses with this week emphasizing the Leaden or cookie chairmen :
I Kith I thick slices of crusty shower for the houses. 7:30 p.m. at Winston.Bap Mn. L. D. Danzler, Mn. LecU ornamental frames. promise and laws basic toWoodall. from troops In these neighborhoods
.1 {bread, : A nursery will\ be provided. tist Church Old Tampa High Brown, E. C. Knlppen, J. are to pick up cookies
I there between 9 a m. and 4
way. Roy Chastaln, Mn. Lots Blan-
Formerly a Judge and attorney chard, Miss Eva Busbee, Miss p.m. Friday. There will be
/ //
In Germany, Dr:Mlchelson N Frances Martin and Sherman -Tapscott someone on duty at the Scout
[AZALEADOGWOODSEASON was reared In Orthodox B. Walker. House from ( ..m. until 2
,later Chris will be p.m. Saturday. The Scout
Jewry becoming a Speaker 0. C. Walters Terrace In 1963. She
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood. Temple
tian. He will tell his life story, who will bring Into action House will be open morningsthe
IS HERE! all Jr. 738 Buena Vista associates of
and describe conditions of Pal "Effective Christian Wit received an following week. _
Drive, have announced the arts degree with a major In Girls have been asked not .
- - estine and the New State of nessing.
"THE DUTCHESS OF CYPRESS" Israel where he has traveled. DR. A. U. MICHELSON Special music will be provided engagement of their daughter secretarial science at the col to take orders or sell cookies :
Margaret Hull to Charles before Saturday.
FIRST BAPTIST Mike Schmidt Mn. The bride-elect Is employed :
by lege.
Melee N. C. Peterson
Developed by Edward Tapscott, ion of Mr.
Richard Howard, son of Mr. members are participating In Johnson, Mn. Walker and Ed: by Lazonby, Dell,
and Mrs. H. Tapscott.
and Mn. Charles 1.. HowardJr. the "Stand by Christ" contest gar Schelder.C. Osceola. Graham, Wlllcox and Barber St. David'sEpiscopal
light pink flower Sport ef will represent First Baptist J. (Sonny) Heard, presi- law firm In Gainesville. I Church
the month of The will exchangevows
March couple
the famous Due. etc Rohe. Church In a sword drill during dent, will preside and Mn. Mr. Tapscott Is a native of
Blossoms ever e long period. elimination during the associations will feature the Sunday School Walker Is In charge of program all home.on April 20 at_ the Wood- Florence, Ala., and was 145 Utwc 4 Dr.

sword drill\ and bet- service today at I:43 a m. at arrangements. Becauseof A native of Lakeland, Miss graduated from Lakeland Welcomes Yon
125GALLON ter speaken tournament Tuesday South Florida Heights Churchof the special program planned Woodall was graduated from High School 1961. He also 1-.... -
CAN SIZEZALEA at 7:30: p.m. at Bethel the Naiarene. all age groups are Invited Lakeland High School In 1961 li a 1963 graduate of FlorIda Church ':10 A.M., 10,41 A.M.
Baptist Church. J. StodghlU Wilson, superintendent to attend: College and la a Juniorat Ckvrch SchMl '45 ....
e and from Florida College of of Florida, ...... ...
Sharlene O'Donlel. daughter has asked all depart ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL the University I. 6 ,
LINERS. 4 for 112 of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. O'Don- ment heads, teachers and Robert 0. Parrett, organist NlMISS majoring In Industrial engi Th *.. P.wsa.- ......... ..
lei, will represent the churchIn members to be present In order at All Saints' Episcopal neering.
(- Inch In peat pots the better speakers dlvl- to reach the attendance Church will present today's .
sion. The Baptist Training goal set for this special day organ recital at a later hour
Union Is sponsoring the tournament The Rev. Comer Johnson of than previously.
00 Fitzgerald, Ga, new pastor of The new hour for the organ .
BUSHY GALLON | SOUTH FLORIDA the church, will speak at the concert I* set at 6 p.m.
CAN SIZE..II. NAZARENE 10SO ..m. .service and at 7 The public Is Invited to attend r NO PARKING PROBLEMS
Special emphasis on Sunday without charge, as these
School attendance, whereby pm.Young people's service at I recitals are planned as a '
Dwarf Azaleas 85c 3 for $2.45 J community activity by the 119V/. Main St.

The service of Solemn (Car. Main I Mtstovrt
Tree Azalease 125'0' HARRELL'S Evensong follows shortly after
the organ program. Visitors WITH EACH ROLL PROCESSED
boll ef bloaaomsDOGWOODWEAVER may remain for that RAYING I OR MORE PRINTS 1138 tastMemorial

'I service, although an Intervalwill OR IUY ONE SIT Blvd.
52SAMEIICA'S FERTILIZER TIME is NOW be allowed for persons to MINTS 6IT ONI SIT Mil

I in bloom. . ... . leave or enter before the 711' BES' t
-... I later service begins.Junior rout HIM DESERVES
Belt Quality Fast Service


1 Will Hear WOODALL --- --- -- -

r Select l er better bushes CandidatesThe
on Dr. Huey rootstock 0 five candidates for 4 is r 9 }ror t r.RrN'v.err, a +aY eaav ,

\ properly potted by ... t fd C1 0 county tax collector will\ speak: .
..... briefly at the Junior Woman's .
21' "'tt'0Or6rv
t ,
Non-Potented Club meeting Wednesday at .v ''.' lpTrN.MY

8 p.m. at the clubhouse on
Standard Varieties
1 195
Lb. Lake Morton Drive.
2-50 Bags
2 50.Lb. Bogs 3.75
Including Peace, Mirandy, Mn. Hugh F. Roberts, community -

Charlotte Armstrong I, 2 Get Com Pellet Type 495 325 improvement chairman -
2-50 Lb. will\ Introduce the
MANY eTHER VAitniM AVA lUlU Begs candidates -

Hobson Strain, George

FREE-LAWN i GARDEN BOOK FOR 1964-FREE I I I 50 Lbs. Milorganitc g 2" I II I II III Ginn Miller,and Charles J. B.Cooper Thornhlll.Starke A

. question and: answer period
) ORTHO-GRO ORTHO will follow the talks. The program .
Is open to the public. t Y. -I

LIQUID FERTILIZER ROSE SPRAY KIT SHEEP ef COW IAZALEA 95 After refreshments served I wo' dots
50 LBS. by the hostesses, Mrs. Charles
This) Is a bo 130In fW ..... e' beset CMtnl Lyons and Mrs. Alan Stentl- :
ford, the business session will
Buy 1 Gallon 4.93 be conducted by Mr*. Kathy :

Second Gallon, Ic Hinson, president. Officers .
t 395 FOOoO"** I.lW will be elected. I

99 50 LBS., AROSE ; Plans for the annual benefit
2 GALLONS 4, bridge and style show on 4k4:
e 9.96 Value i i (uwUS March 20 will be announced by :
Mn. Dick Busing. ,
: .
FOOD 298 Dishes prepared from members'
favorite recipe will be .
omo 50 LIS.COWCOM'OST175.
featured m the cooking spotlight .
10SI I Mrs. Warren Bowden
aria cans ORTHO be to :
DUSTER SCOTT'S BONUS theme chairman. will :
charge of thla display.
r ROSE Now Is the rime to

FERThUHR DUST Weed fr Feed turn slower

Ii 188 sari.U Pal V.1. 42CFREE I PEAT MUCK - 5 Bags 1.00 I IRE ESrm1 with Carrier home air conditioning

ORTHO GRO crab Fact All home air conditioning systems don't use the same amountof
BULBSCola Chinese elm electricity to provide the same amount of cooling. :
MEASURING GLASS hollylombordy Fact The new Carrier system uses as much as 8% less electricitythan

With Purchase ef Spray 1 GAL 9c poplar Its predecessors. Which means that dials turn slower, bills

498 silver magnolia maple are lower when I Carrier system Is keeping your home cool.

Dahlia . 39c scarlet maplered
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3Dot. Rubrun . 39c sycamoresweet system costs no more than other makes. And a bit less than

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nurseries no-obligation cost estimate. Why don't you call now.,you'll

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Closed Sundays FEED STORE GARDEN CENTER Give ICJ. stamps I

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I -- ragayroagesThe GregoryDeanPADUCAH \' ,

engagement of Miss Announcement
1 Ky. -
1t t feannie Fagaly to Larry Paul has been madeof

Hodges has been announced by the engagement of Miss Vv
Mary Ann Gregory to En. ,..VERY NEW YORK
the bride-elect's parents, Mrs
lign Patrick Donovan Dean. .
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i loiephlne Rentz, 1034 Forest Presents
of Mr. and Mrs. Donovan
ton .k .
Park, and Bruce W. Fagaly, .
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E Dean of Lake Miriam ..
947 Doreen Drive. Mr Hodges "": Drive, Lakeland, Fla.. by the .. Easter Finer
f .
is the son of Mr and Mrs. bride-elect parenti, Mr and .kit. ;

floyd Hodges of Route 1. ...e w.fMathiasStewart Mrs. Clifton Gregory ....
A late April wedding being N
Wedding plans will be announced

The ceremony will F planned. .
be performed at Edgewood Mill Gregory 1* a graduate
Baptist Church. of Paducah Tllghman i

Miss Fagaly ls a eenlor at High School. She receiveda ;

"j 9MRS. Lakeland High School, where bachelor of art degree In *
Scott I
Spanish Agnes
she Is a member of the DCT
College, Decatur, Ga., In
The bride elect Is
employed by
June, 1963, where was
Helen's Uniforms elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
t Mr. Hodges Is attending The bride-elect li employedby
Massey Tech In Jacksonville MISS JEANNIE FAGALY the Latin.American DI. MISS MARY ANN GREGORY t: I

(. \ vision, New of Pan York American City. Airways Glistening

I Ensign Dean was graduated 1963, He Is a member of Patent
from Lakeland High Beta Theta PI fraternity The
School and received bach- prospective bridegroom Is an
elor of science and bachelor officer In the U.S. Navy attending IN
I The engagement of Miss of architecture degrees from the Civil Engineering BONE .
I Marilyn Jean Mathias to Georgia Institute of Technology Corps school In Port Hue-
Atlanta, In June, neme, Call. BLACK .
John Wayne Stewart, son of _

Mr. and Mrs. J B. Stewartof I usMATCHING

Davenport, has been an- HANDBAGS

nounced by her parents, Mr @) ,

and Mrs Arthur F. Mathlai
An August wedding Is be-
4 Special Kind OfWARDROBE 1. FRIDAY
ing planned. u
GobleSnappMiss Miss Mathias Is a graduate '
of Haines City High E :

School and Is employed by
Miss Patricia Ann Snapp be. handmade rose She wore a
Kiddie Kountry Klub Kinder. '- An Important asset for
came the bride of Douglas brief pink tulle veil over a
Caldwell Goble In I candlelight tiny crown of pink taffeta and garten. -- the $tyl -consclou lady BOOTERY
ceremony last night at pink accessories, and carrieda A graduate of Haines City and the wellgroomedman.
I Parkview Baptist Church. The cascade of pink rosebuds High School, Mr. Stewart Is .
bride Is the daughter of Mr. BridesmaidsBridesmaids I DOWNTOWN
and member of the Florida Na To look imart- be smart: Drop In and ask to see our fashion-
Mrs James Fred Snapp, were Miss Bet.
I 2305 S. Lincoln Ave Mrs. aye Cabell and Miss Lee tional Guard and Js employedby right selection of styl,-d lgnd Gulldcrcft fromts.
Johnnie E Coble of Mt. Vernon Thornton. Their gowns and the State Bank of Haines
Ga., Is the mother of the flowers were Identical to the City. MISS MARILYN MATHIAS ?a Peoples Bank-Merchant ,Plan

J bridegroom. honor attendant --. e:" F.N.B. Charge Plan e' THE KIND OF MANYOU'D
The ceremony was per Dorinda Rogers, cousin of Orange Blossom GIA Meet Set ,
formed by the Rev. Clyde the bride, was flower girl. She ,
I Duncan. A program of traditional wore a dress of pink chiffon Orange Blossom Division will be held The date will be WANT IN YOUR OFFICE WILL BE READING
music was presented over matching taffeta. Her 499, GIA to the Brotherhoodof decided for the .
f by Dale J. Goldsmith,organist, headpiece matched the fabricof Locomotive Engineers, will upon grand THE LEDGER WANT ADS TOMORROW PLACE, YOUR
and Mrs. Burrell H. walker, her dress, and she carrieda meet Tuesday at Z:30: p,m. at organizer and Inspector, Mrs ( County's Only Guild Optlel.n) :
vocalist. basket of pink rosebuds. the Country Club Estates community Ruth Doty of New Smyrna, to OFFER WHERE HE'LL SEE IT. CALL MU 6.1151 NOW.
White Tulle Dickie i Meadors was best building, Golf View inspect the division ritualistic 201 E. Lemon St. Lekeland Ph MU 6-5065

Escorted by her father, the man. Ushers were Vance Street _work_ .
bride wore a floor-length gownof Goble, brother of the bridegroom Balloting for a new member I
white nylon tulle and hand. and Rudolph W. Sapp. .
clipped Chantllly lace over ReceptionThe
Gardenia Garden
f taffeta. The fitted bodice was reception was held In :
fashioned with a portrait neckline the church social hall. Miss Club Officers
and brief sleeves Side Mart Rowley presided at the
.,.. panels of tulle edged with lace bride's book.Assisting Are AnnouncedWINTER
accented the bouffant skirt I n hospitalities
Her veil of silk Illusion was were Mrs. Joe K. Blanton, HAVEN Mrs.
caught by a tiara of seed Mrs. Carey Cox, Mrs. Elmer Robert Allen has been elect.
pearls and sequins, and she Hundhausen, Mrs. M. M. Jenkins ed to a second term of office //XIok 1
wore mitts of tulle and lace Mrs R. H. Killen, Miss
1 She carried a white Bible Shirley Poss and Mrs. David as president of the Gardenia
graced with two white orchids, Price. Miss Nikki Karakltsoo Garden Club of Winter Haven
\ white sweetheart roses and and Miss Cathy Wingate distributed Other new officers will
lily of the valley, showered rice bags. be vice presidents, Mrs, Carl a Reg. $39.95' e
with white silk leaves The couple left on a wed, .te' *w r,' e a r,
and Mrs.
Strang Jr. Clayton .
Miss Shirley Snapp was her ding trip to the Gulf Beaches ,
Harmon secretaries, Mrs.
sisters maid of honor. She The bride will reside temporarily ; NOW '
'James Colyer and Mrs. J. H.
was gowned in a street length at 2305 S. Lincoln Ave.
I pink satin dress with fitted Mr. Goble will return to Camp McKlllop; and treasurer,
Mrs. Donald Lock
bodice and tiny cap sleeves LeJeune, N. C. where he is '
The bell-shaped skirt was accented stationed with the Marine No. 1500 End T blSlM.Mt2J.Ht 9
at the waist with a Corps.
911* $28

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I( CooperMcCallAUBURNDALE I: 10:s9.t11. !tK

Mr. and ,' aiattl

Mrs Stephen a Cooper, 2504 wordsto

Arlana Blvd., have announcedthe
engagement of their daughter

Sandra Sue, to James LeRoy fashion-wise ,. n

McCall, son of Mr. and ENGLISH
Mrs. James Frank McCall of

Homosassa Sprlnp.Weddlnl' "Theloveliest 1 REGENCY

plans will be an / 4k

ti A 1960 graduate of Auburn- clothes"at/ No. lso2 CocLtsil Table ELEGANCE

dale High School, Miss Cooperwas
sta. sK a h4.tit. Is I IN
a member of the Clvln-

ettes, Beta Club and majorette xRMISS BROWN MAHOGANY
corps. She was graduated

from Florida State University, r

Tallahassee, In August, 1963: Garten
with a B. A. degree m English.

At Florida State, she was a 122 ,South Kentucky t }
member of three honor fraternities .i '
Lakeland, Florida Y r'
II1 1 6
: Alpha Lambda Delta,
freshman women's scholastic; SANDRA COOPER Sofa Sleepers That

Sigma Tau Delta, English; and .I i
He was employed as a radia ,o' C f N
Kappa Delta PL education
tion for the State
Miss Cooper la teaching llth Department of Health In Jack. ') -i4 Look Like SofasDeep x

grade English at St. Petersburg I sonvllle before enlisting the
High School. I Army He Is receiving basictraining
Mr. McCaU was graduated 1 at Ft Jackson, S. C.
salutatorian of the 1959 graduating J
class of Auburndale foam cushions, concealed front rail and

High School. In high school,
Let Us Make cushioned foam backs the
he was a National Merit final richly apply finishing' NOW

ist, a member of the football
touch to a luxury-quality combination that will
and baseball teams Junior

Clvitan Club, Beta Club and YourElIgugeluent sustain pride of for
your ownership years to come.
band. He also
was graduatedin .
August, 1963, from Florida Reg. $14995
State University. He received Portrait { $229"
., ,'
a B. A. degree In physics and
mathematics ; : ',1
I. The prospective bridegroomwas the very best : .. ,t "
a member of Sigma PI
Sigma, physics honorary fraternity
and did graduate workIn "Wh re. It Costs So Little To Own Beautiful Furniture"FREE
philosophy at Florida State


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LAKELAND, FLORIDA. SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1964. SECTION D, PAGE ONE fans will get another farmhands and Detroit rookies. Hamilton fanned four In three
By JACK SLAYTON Joe Sparma and Jack Hamilton Innings
look at their favorites In squad
Ledger Sports Editor were especially sharp on TIGER TALK The players
tomorrow at
Spring training for the Tigers Is a week old competition noon the mound and Frill Fisher, elected Mike Roarke player
for some it's been three weeks since they started .f when another squad game la who was nicked for four hits representative with I Dave

drills. And for Manager Charley Dressen a coupleof held at Henley Field. and six runs-five of them Wickersham, alternate. Last

question marks have become periods while a few 4 The Tigers will workout today unearned-hurled four hitless season Jim Bunning was the

still are present to plague him. 'i.R beginning about 11 a.m. innings after that. representative and Rocky Col-
avlto the alternate WILLIE
; Jake Wood tripled in the first
For one thing Dressen yesterday said he felt There la no charge for the
IIORTON has lost 17
Inning and was later taken out
the need for a utility player no longer be a
may workout nor for the squad of the lineup when he limped.He pounds since reporting Feb.
_ problem. "Jake Wood has shown me he can do a game tomorrow.In should be back In top shape 15. He has about 5 more

pretty good job at all positions. He has been work. tomorrow'i game, AI by today. Willie Horton was pounds to go The Tiger

ing hard at first base and he looked pretty good at a Koch, Bill Faul Willie Smith hit by a pitch and Wood scored farmhands will play the New
third base and in left field. We think hell improve and Larry Foster are slated and Horton moved up on a York Met farmhands at St.
at first if he continues to work as hard trying to a to let mound duty. Both wild pitch. Horton tallied Pete Hugglni.Stengel field to-

learn that position. z z players from the parent club when Fisher threw wild on day at 12:30: p,m. Someone
"And George Thomas should hit much higher than he has. and lame farmhands will compete plckoff and continued home on asked Watson Spoelstra of the
He gives us a solid replacement in several spots." ,1I In tomorrow's contest, a wild throw from center. Detroit Newt If he wanted to

The Tiger manager will go with the Idea of keeping ,.r< h Another Injury cropped up In the Swift second Inning go to the Tampa Fronton.

'Para Goldy as a third catcher and a spare outfielder and yesterday when catcher John George Smith walked with one Quipped Spoelstra "I'll go

lint baseman. Top two catchers are Bill Freehaa and Mike Sullivan came up with a down and Sparma singled to by George Krehblel'i commenta

Roarke and Freehaa will be counted en to carry the brunt ol \ ? a FR 1 sprained ankle and will be right. Wood forced Sparmabut 'Never sportswriter bet on anything In Detroit that):
a sidelined for a couple of days when Paul Pavelko muffed "
the catching duties. talk!I'
Jake Wood, injured In Fri.day' Mickey Stanley's liner, the can
However, Roarke has shown signs of becoming a passable Coach Wayne Blackburnflew
squad contest, was two runners tallied. Horton
,hitter. If he should develop as a good hitter this late in his action yesterday none the doubled In Stanley and he to Dayton, Ohio, yesterday -

career he would probably emerge as the No. 1 receiver. worse for wear. scored on Purrs double following the death of his

Roarke Is considered one of the top receivers-from the catch And pitcher Frank Lary, to the base of the d'rtwall. field brother, Tom, head basketball

ing standpoint the game. Only his hitting has preventedhim seeking to pitch his way backto After that Fisher blankedthe sTiles coach at Dayton University.
from reaching major league stardom.As regular status, worked Blue Sox for the next three LU eoli' ,.:: ': S3 18 a.-7 sown: J !
for a pinch bitter, n Indicated be was still huat. briefly In batting practice and Innings, the only runners get aialiar(4),, loan lulu ((7)1 T) and Saarma s.r.np Hamilton Iruna.kari .

Ing for a good toft-handed swinger. "I really don't care If reported no twinges. He will ting on base were on mlscues. in tm rraahan, e. li.

bo's left handed or right handed" Dressen pointed out. probably work more with the The Stripes nicked Sparma
hitter wise I warm weather on the scene for an unearned run In the
"Actually I'd like a good rlghthanded pinch
Bruins Beat
could ass all the time against both types ef pitching."Southpaw since Tiger Manager Charley fourth on a walk a tingle by I
Dressen Indicated he would not Jim Goodwin and a throwingerror.
beat us last summer and I think a good right In \
pitch Lary except warmer
'bander who could step in then and get a hit late In the game weather. In th. ninth the Btrtpc lot Boston 6-4

might prove more valuable for ilL Dresaen exp"l.ed'peasure, their final two runs on a double
y. "The' pitchers have come along well. A couple have been at the work of some at the by Bill Fulk, an Infield hit I
working hard on new pitches and others have been working on pitchers In the squad game by Larry Rojas and two wild MESA, Ariz. (APThe Chicago -

developing a pickoff play. We never had a good one last STANTON TAKES OFF-J.kii Stairtm (111 *f Ik* S.nt F* Crimson H.wki dribbles emend Friday, especially Dick. Egan. pitches and Ike Brown's tingle. Cub landed on 20-game If
Coder d.fesdse In 111 C hesketball "He threw that newlydeveloped A single by Mike Roarke, an winner Bill Monbouquette for
year and it's a phase of the game I'dJke to develop."If e Ky rVUcy'i Ktln Clis sjm *l HwtkrM. The CrlmienHwks
I were a pitcher I'd think I'd be practicing my abilIty wm .ed edvesaed to Ik* finds *f Hi* f u.e.p. W. *. SI ukHr *f Ik* Coder Key Sharks tries screwball about six or Infield out and an error accounted four runs In the first three Innings
times and each time for the Blue Sox' final and beat the Boston Red
I* tttf the Snt ft (Oolntivltl Sun kt for The Udgir)
to bold a runner on base all the time. Those are the s*.N. *
they didn't do a thing with run in the eighth. Sox M Saturday In their Cactus
things that can beat you"The It." The Tiger manager feels Fisher walked two, hit one League baseball opener. I'
Tiger skipper will rotate his regulars and youngsters. that pitch gives the hurler batter and fanned three In ( Dick Ellsworth and Glen Hobble
lea made no bones about the fact he's not going to wear his Santa Fe Wins Whites Win added strength against the op- frames: Sparma walked six held the Boston regular lineup

before the begins. and fanned five In his Inn- '
regulars out season posite hitter (southpaw against six to a single by Roman Me- ,
The big problem still remains. A top-notch pitching staff. rlKhthandcd hitter etc.). ings, allowing only four hits Jill !In the first Inning

Only time will tell.Kathleen. Yesterday the Tigers drilled When the rookies and reserves
Squad Tilt early to permit Florida South took over later, Dick Williamsand I
Region Title ern and the University of Florida Giants Nip Tony Horton managed singles -
Sports Com Of Age to play In the afternoon. off Llndy McDanlel In the
GAINESVILLE (AP) The "Mortar Joe" was used to 'sixth
For Don Miller it has been a long two years. After an "shoot" flys to the outfield
Whites beat the Blues, 22-0, yesterday The Sox spoiled s shutout In
extremely successful career at coaching basketball at tiny HAWTHORNE-Mario Monte,, art to the sweat pants pushedthe In another scrimmage and line drives to the outfield.A Indians 4-2 the seventh when Wilbur Wood
Cedar Key High School he moved down to Kathleen prior to Cuba's gift to the Santa Fe Hawks In the second half. special area has also been reached third two-base
on a
'6J-63 season and ran 'Into the cage doldrums.For Crimson Hawks, never looked Mount Dora Bible-because ef as Florida's Caters reached the let up at Bryant Stadium and err
the awhile last season It appeared be had boomed basketball brighter than he did here last religious beliefs-players must halfway point In spring grid the Tiger keep two squads or by shortstop Don Eddy and
TUCSON Ariz. AP) Willie scored on a single that caromed
night ai the t-foot-4 eager tal- play attired la sweat pants. commuting between the two
Kathleen Senior High but this Masoa was a Jolter. hit off second baseman Jim Stew
at lied 30 points In leading the work.Coach McCovey a 425-foot home
Hot-shooting Paul Holder fields. A batting practice session
The Red Devils started fairly well and then fell apart completely Hawks to a M-S2 victory over the Bible five in the contest kept!! Ray Graves said he followed. run and Tom Haller drove In art's shoulder.Billy .
Students miffed la disdain was satisfied with the results three the San Francisco Williams nailed Monbou-
after the Christmas Mount Dora Bible School and with eight baskets and 17 foul Friday afternoon the Mul- runs as
and sports seemed to be taking another shellacking from the Class C Region III tourney shots for 33 points the only of :yesterday's scrimmage to llns' Stripe Sox bowed to the jlanti beat the Cleveland Indians quette for a two base hit In the

fans and observers. title.The twin-figure scorer for the losers that many Gator players par Swift's Blue Sox 7-3, In a 4-2 In a Cactus League opener first Inning.
Suddenly all of this was changed a week ago when the Hawks advance to the Hustling John Stanton collected tlclpated although they nursed squad same involving Tiger Saturday. Gene Conley passed the first
Red Devils scored a pair of upsets that made the Florida State Class C tourney at 11 points and sophomon McCovey, who whacked 44 test of his right shoulder by
scrappy defeat of Liston seem like a New York Yankee win in the Gainesville next Friday. Santa Mike Mohler had 14 for the slight Injuries. CHIPOLA WINS homers for the Giants last year holding the Cubs scoreless on
Clay knocked over both Auburndale and Bartowto Fe win play the Region II winner Lakeland team. The Hawks had Graves said the past week of belted a long one off Indian three hits in the middle three
World Series. They in aa opening game at upset Cedar Key Friday Sigh' work has been a good one and CAGE TITLE starter Pedro Ramos, who was Innings.

win the group crown. In Riviera Beach for a tough Gainesville. to gain a berth In last nlght'i has brought the Gaton up to 'otherwise highly effective !In a Wilbur Wood finished up for
This weekend they were Monte dropped ta 11 baskets fines where the coaches hoped they TALLAHASSEE (AP) Chip- three-Inning stint. Boston and was charged with
regional tourney. Regardless .f what they do there, Miller and had eight foul shots as tilt The would be two weeks prior to the Oil, Fla., won the Region S junior Ramos drove In the Tribe'sonly : two unearned runs after a

has given Kathleen varsity athletics a big joltbandIed arm.He's Hawks of Lakeland swept to a thus will trip be to the the first state for a tourney Lakeland annual Orange and Blue con college basketball tournament runs with a single In the throwing error by Rico Petro-
disproved the snide allegations eltea about commanding 1M lead .to the last night by overcoming second after right field candidates celll.
"Kathleen can't win the big ones." They lOt wily woe .. first period-a lead they never prep cage team since test.The Gator coach said a full- the slowdown tactics of Bob Chance and AI Lup- .ailan .. .. .. *M see ail-4 e SChioaa
Lakeland _
won the Class M title
relinquished although the scale scrimmage Is planned this bus. Ga., for a 32-23 INI ail 4M 10, I* 1ManbauwMtta
cag- low Canlay
took a singled. (4) Waa4 (71
1957. Bartow
In won the crownIn Colum'j ,..., ._.
its time people realized that the apologetic attitude by 'M and Winter Haven made week, complete with kickoffs' Chipola scored the Haller, a .255 hitter last year _Sods,a / ...Q.ft"'.D..Is'") m III.-"h aM, ...H.01 ..",.
Red Devils can compete official clock, etc. mints and was never aw I.'. 1H.w..a. 1. "' ", _
some Kathleen Importers Is passe. The IBA NAMED CAGE the trip to the tourney in '61. put the Giants ahead to stay in uatta
in sport they desire. Maybe they won'twin Yesterday' drill was high-'xjlumbus Chip Whitley was high ha fourth when he drove In Mama run CKIaaaa, Willi......
on aa equity should any be able to field as good athletic OLYMPIC COACH i SANTA.VS/ M!I! .,. POM*sal ILI' ,, lIted by a 33-yard pass from point man with 19. I Willie Mays and McCovey, both
titles, but they ......
.c uman I 2N. s"nt :,quarterback Steve Spurrier to Austin Robbins of Chipola,of whom had walked.In Basketball ScoresMTUHMV
school In the area. > teams as any other BOULDER, Colo. (AP-Hen- ; 4 | II,M.a.a 411iaMMi 'halfback Allan Trammell for named tournament's most valuable -' the sixth Haller singled COLLiaty
To Miller and his scrappy Red Devil cagers. a great big (Hank) Iba, veteran Oklahoma S 1 Wilhama S 1hlar Th. "_'.IN fans
since ry .. i *14 Mama* 1 I one White touchdown, a four- player, scored nine for his'again to score Jose Cardenal t4 J.hn' 1I.lv. II.
tip of the hat Nothing better has happened at Kathleen State University basketball _* Mania.... 4 Caftan ail' yard by Graham McKeel of team as did Jan Shadburn. ""' ,5J-w": ::
run .
done! 4 11\ who was running for McCovey. .,.._.. N. I..,... N
I they built the new high ichool. A'Job well coach, Saturday was named. Mitahlar 4. ..:j Lakeland for the second and a Chipola will go to the National ..ft P..I.. '... .!. sop T -u...i Mi.hnui ... NwUMfH 1111....
head coach of the U.S. basketball TOTALa (S M TOTALS' UMI1ANTA 15-yard runback of an Intercepted Junior College Basketball Tour i CM.-Ian.: ; :.. POO.DO* S 1Mallarl .: "lpM M'NCA'A'retOONAL.TNfA.TIaN

Short Sport Notes team that will compete In -- ,M -" "M a 4 ,. ? )'-" pass by halfback Alan Poe nament In Hutchinson, Kan., .anmw--w.'NWNVN. <41in4 /, :::..01117) *

the Tokyo Olympic Games next MOUNT Of".....DORA' _.. .1..If_l> ..15-4.5... for the third. March 17. I Horn run-*an iaw FranauHiraajk L WN... M.O.rM 11II11./ ...'>.'ll T..l If t4, C.tfcdlt U. ....
LARRY SMITH chalked up 231 points to lead the Lakeland October.: ND.T".n
Stutts right I Russ Lyons, chairman of the CONIOLATIONAwumatlan ... ,., .
basketball team last season with Steve ('''.01 d s*
Destroyer U.S. Basketball Committee ... Olaf M, L. 1 a 44.
in nine games- Olympic MIDCA4TTNino
behind with 228 Although he only played
his time between Destroyer and Dreadnaugbts-Hank who will manage the U.S. ,............ ruts. ...
dividing squad also announced that an .I. MoVaKaul 14NCAA ,
for third place. The Destroyers nlOIONALSMiowitr'
170 points
Holding picked up
assistant coach will be selected ''
live ;
IS and dropped only
under Coach Doug Walstad won coach the after the Olympic trials at St 4u THIn.. 77*, .PLACfWartl. ......... WatlwinTaMa
track lays
USSR will sweep to victory in the Olympics next summer at St.York April 24.University w J :WM.Obu: .:;::.':; tl. ..::0(avartima).
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the University
Tokyo. NEW BASKETBALL coach at a..Jahna.. CaM Taah 41
assistant at Furman ........ ..*"_. H, .... T.nnrN
Jacksonville Is Joe Williams. He was an U.
University. He replaces Dick KendalL. ELEVEN MEM- Law I Impressive l..nl. /irlJJJ'10 COAtTINAL.

BERS of the Florida State University basketball team represented FORT MEYERS (AP) But. .., w... Iar-.*. S*,
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FSU a special cage tourney Vernon Law, trying to make a ".._ err 44, Miuaurl,
bia. Tourney ends today THE LATE CRANTLAND RICE comeback from a shoulder injury h Nan.Le.M 0.1.x._.....stir Ohla 44Marwatta IS.C ..

had a favorite horse track-it was Oldsmar's Sunshine Park. pitched two hitless and >naM.allU4.. Calliniara..... 1(1.SCHOOL. \ 1

Every year the track holds the Grantland Rice Handicap. scoreless Innings Saturday in a -'i.. 'Jio OatranCLAM NION, N. 1
MILWAUKEE MANAGER Bobby Bragaa says Hank Aaron is Pittsburgh Pirate Intrasquad C, ailOIOI. /
now the "full ballplayer. He became the complete player last game. Nllllar 44.CLASP Ha.tnna AA. Raab 47.l t"CLAT'MOMM (

year. What made him so? Baserunnlng. He stole 31 bases to M After the workout. Law said Ore : .

attempts." Bragaa told APs Joe Reichler he wouldn't swap he felt fine and there was no a seut o _CLAM*l. Aaawa C, DiaiON M SIn

Aaron for the Giants' Willie Mays THE KANSAS CITY trace of pain to his right shoul Ia;, ra CntlialM .., _., DmWa .

A's will wear the kelly green and gold suits of last year to the der.The 1 ) NIINaN.u.h H.CLAM ll..I.: .
exhibition games this spring HANK BAUER said be did right hander", plaguedwith
the a "'.", "/ ";ue.a n II
not plan to get tough with the Orioles unless "it's the only 1940 shoulder when soreness he won the Cy L .1..... .'lLn'l..... Los 1,al5".,,..e a SS.
Apparently he felt that way. He seisorl ..
to get a point across. CLAM niOION 1
way Young award, was placed on the ...... Owa ... Santa .. M.
fined Willie Kirkland $300 for being three days late in camp. Cues e. ntaioN 4LaM
list last .
NASH won the scoring title to the Southeastern voluntary retirement McU1sS iilioiow4.
and has since been ........... I '
Conference. The Kentucky eager had eiJ points wf 233 field August moved back to the Pirates' ac KALIMI' IANGS ONI-Al Klln, Drtra Titer ......" 94 .* for rikt, k* wklpt, .ravn*' sad .ytt'Hlikr *l kll... & ilia IX Araa4in 41.

goals and 149 free throws Donnie Kenlnger of Oil Miss was tive rosft. Last year he won I ..... M. a push duties bookie VIM et H...., ,lei". Al IH h* (Ledges ...c.kin* |.. semen phases kf Hughes) NATIONAL*y Tha.AaaiaM.MOCKIV...... LIAaUly rraa*'

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-----1 Mocs/ Bow Hornets Beaten

I Chicago Loyola Opens To Gators

Defense Of Cage TitleBy i In 11th, 5-1 By- Riviera Beach

,.b RIVIERA BEACH The battle never beaded after that Rick

HUGH FULLERTON JR. A trlpleheader at Philadelphia Four big runs In the 11th inn- of the Hornets ben last night Lee picked up the first two
Ing ruined any hopes the FlorIda Hornet points for the winners and from
Write and doubleheaders f to one
Associated Press Sports Monday at
Southern College Macs had the little one. Riviera then on It wa all Riviera
Dallas and Evanston
Chicago Loyola, surprise winner Monday at .-of upsetting the University ot Beach romped to a 103-M Clan Beach. Halne City never got
III, and Eugene, Or* ,
of the national collegiate I Tuesday will send the nine winners -Florida Gators yesteray at Hen- A, Region IV basketball tourney back Into contention.
ley Field. the Florida The Hornet I *f Polk Countywere
basketball championship last: Into four regional tournaments victory and I berth In
1 1I The four runs gave the Gab State Gas A tourney at led by Louis Witcher,
defense of its title and
spring, begins I Friday Saturday.
tn a H, 11-lnnbig victory Gainesville this weekend. wb had 21 point *a eight has.
rated ninth this
Tuesday as one of 37 team I. Loyola, only over tilt Mocs.The tw. teams The Hornets of the East Coast hats and tma foul shots. H.
seeking top honors In two major season In The Its Associated first tournament Press play again Wednesday after- Wilted no time In Icing the contest else earned a spot *a the all-
college post-season tourn- noon at the Unhrerilty *f Flor fey racing to a 131 lead In tourney team Kathleen's
at Evanston against Murray -
ments. game Ida diamond. ''ewrie b first they were Slat McDonald wa earned
T1a d 1 the quarter M
State the Ohio Conference
Valley -
The 25-team NCAA tournament champion.The Jim Blggart Charles Anderson a and tilt ether spots went to
which Includes top entries I ro the highscoring"Hornet* of
Adrian Zabala and
27th National Invitation Rookies
from all major conferences, cli Redleg
Riviera Bin Whit.
Tournament at New York's Eggart divided the hurling dut
maxes a season of scrambling seas, Bin Stansfleld and wilt
lei for the Gators with :
: Madison Garden, oldest Hutch
for titles which weren't all decided Square Please Santiago.Stanafield.
getting the nod. The Mocs got
of the events begins
last post-season ,
Saturday's regu topped the winners
only three hits but an unearnedrun
lar-season It with Thursday with 12 teams but TAMPA (AP) Manager
games. opens by the Gators sent the con with 24 points but Whitman had
sectional competition at four without a defending champion Into Fred Hutchinson said he was 17 and Santiago and Kurt Frahn
test overtime.
locations, Monday and Tuesday. Providence, the 1963 winner, Is Ken Huebner worked the firs 4 } especially Impressed with the each had 10 with Lee getting 12,
in the NCAA tournament this! .
:1i1q141i outfielder
seven Innings for FSC with performance of two rookies, Riviera Beach knocked oft

year. Cecil Hock finishing up and i ,i ( Mel Queen and third Kathleen Friday night while
Both tournaments wind up getting tagged for the loss. m baseman Chico Ruin, as the Cincinnati Hulnes City eliminated Chaml-

Saturday, March 21. The four In the winning llth Tom Reds went through more nade of Hollywood. Both Haines
winners of the NCM reglonals Shannon opened with a double DITIItMINID DIMITIH Dttralt Tigers MW MrtfeMw' DM Dmittw Aitwtt kb foe m lie batting drill Saturday. City and Kathleen scored upset
kill ( >. ..., hit Wl wtl.. !M h *wl... mriM. tnM. .. weimKrdty *-
next weekend will gather In and a walk and a sacrifice HkH hill ese.e the > (tine see l t Queen, son of the former major -; victories la their group tour.
Kansas City for national semifinals moved the runners ip. Another use few. Dmrtw b t>**ti Ie nt\t kMky CU. ., w" WM tN." H K._ City .- league pitcher and a $50,000 neys to advance to the regional.

and final March 30-21. The walk-thl one Intentional J hif Ike wi..... H. .kiwcktd 21 k_. MM N Phll..*lrlil. .fa* __. AP Ph...) plus bonus baby, knocked a .n- i tmgM MM,
:;:'N" i
I NIT has afternoon and night loaded the bases but Earl number of ball over the right 'v&::

sessions scheduled next Saturday Montgomery ruined the strategy field fence. =....... II h= II
1 in the first round; and with a J-nra single. Dave MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP Relief pitcher Bill Henry remained w.,_ 1as Ira.. 4 't:

quarter-finals; more quarter Porter laced a single to right out with the measles. He N.'r. lK..eM i I :

finals are scheduled March 17; field to score another run and Would Take ts expected to put on his uniform =..MwM.... I 11:1 LMMs11,w : "f&

semifinals March 19, and the a fourth tally cam la on a Woodling again next week.Pascual .515..-, --.11 II a I.:M
final the afternoon of March 21. throwing error "'- a_ wsinn" J. act

Small Schools The Caters had tied the score Drills to.TAAle It MM!ITOTAL* 41II in,
In the sixth on Jim Duncan's ";
In addition to the big ones, names A" t IS IS ISso
Crsef wry f* Stay smaller colleges have their two single and a pair of Mac errors. ORLANDO (AP) Pitcher mm mewed...eae51 5w." si....us e.aTHREE M.. -.
fit mi Nullity national tournaments scheduled The Mocs threatened to rip Pinch Hitting Post Campo Pascual reported to
the game wide open In the fourth
for the coming week. The 32- the Minnesota Twins training TIED
OPEN NAIA when they had to two men on camp Saturday and stayed on
team tournament opens
8:30 A.M. 11:00 P.M. in Kansas City Monday with base Darrel Fulton singled anda when his stiffened end I the field through the entire V/r FOR LEAD AT
walk followed but the next MIAMI (AP) Gene Needs Mound Help arm up hour workout.
RENTAL CLUES Pan-American of Edlnburg hitter rapped Into a double play Woodling said Saturday that he'wouldn't : the Dodgers had another scare,.
Tex., a* the defending cham- However, Frank Oktavee tripled "' WEST PALM BEACH (AP) when Griffith and Dick Tracew Pascual came to agreement PENSACOLAPENSACOLA
be afraid to t
attempt : with the Twins after
pion. The final I Is Saturday Manager ski collided hard
home Fulton. Bobby Bragan on a play el t
fM (fof&CENTER Eight survivors of the NCAA The Mocs threatened in the a comeback" with Baltimore al t, will be looking for help for his first base. However, both remained -holding out for a pay raise. He (AF) -
small college sectional will eighth when Joel Ledlow was 42 years of age if Manager pitching staff when his Milwaukee In the game. was reported to have signed for Arnold Palmer and Gary:; Player

play off at Evansville, Ind,, safe on an error and Bobby Hank Bauer should need a left, Braves meet their Denver Tommy Davis, major league I around $43,000.Outfielder worked two of the biggest names In
Bob Allison
Wednesday through Friday. Bowman ran for him. But Duncan handed pinch hitter and spot t farm club In West Palm Beach batting champion the lut twc I modem golf, and Miller Barber,
first base with Vic
UCLA ranked No. 1 nation- made a great running catchof Sunday. :.seasons had a single and double .. out at along a tour regular who has never
ally In The AP poll through most Ron Montgomery's bid for,player this season. Bragan plans to use six of for the losers. Tracewskl I Power and Don Mincher. : won, were tied for the lead Sat-

1740 New Tampa Hwy. of the season, must be tabbed an extra,bate hit to save a run The Baltimore first base his more promising pitchersKen contributed two singles. Manager Sam Mele has tentatively urday in the third round of the

686-0613 al favorite for the NCM title and the game.FLOKIOH coach and batting Instructorsaid Nixon, Clay Carroll, Dick Star left-hander Sandy Kou scheduled the first Intra-'$30,000 Pensacola Open with 11-

although the Bruins play In a see Ml sin es-s U however, that he began to, Smith Dick Kelley, Jerry Hum'mltzsch fax and Johnny Podres will be: squad game of the season for under-par 205s.
pad. .. : ::
KM 100 Monday.
Jamie Jackson, tough realonalaroup. 1. imrt. i i. (1)), tmtttm (7). get the messsge about his age and Wade Blallname. ,- matched In Sunday's camp; Palmer the defending champion
UCLA after a first-round bye, twrt (.) rrMr| MuMflir, MM* The .
Golf Professional let and Fulton.DEE game Dodgers open exhibition shooting for his third Pen-
likely will meet sixth-ranked two years ago. He was playingfor Kelley a left a hander who play In Mexico City next EXTRA DRILL tacolt title, and the 31-year-old
Oregon State Friday night. I the New York Nets In his pitched a five-hitter against the Friday Bight Barber, shot four-under-par 68s.

NAMED last of 17 active big league Brave In a mid-season exhibItion FORTLAUDERDALE Player moved up with a M on'a

THERE IS SOMETHING NEW campaigns and faced the Los at Denver last year, Is WILLS (AP)-Manager Yogi Berra ordered I 1 dreary, overcast day at the
A IRISH COACHSOUTH Angeles Dodgers' ace reliefer, looked upon as a possible SIGNSVERO an additional hour of work 6,380-yard Pensacola. Country
Ron PerranoskU "sleeper". He had only a BEACH for the New York Yankee Saturday Club course.

PLATEAU SUITBY BEND, Ind. (AP) Following the game, the 26- 61 record at Denver, but struck Shortstop Maury Wills,(AP the) Los-' extending ChI session Fred Hawkins rallied from a

Johnny Dee, 40, former Alabama year-old Dodger left-hander re- out 108 batters In 103 Innings. Angeles Dodgers' lone holdout from two hours to three. He said shaky start with a 71 for 2M

head basketball coach, was minded Woodling that he There was still no word from wired Saturday from his Vera-, h. wanted to be sure everybody:and Just missed a five-loot
TIMELY' CLOTHESPlateau learned to pitch for a Little the Braves' last holdout I Is ready for the exhibition opener -
named Notre Dame's head cage catcher dale, Wash., home that he h birdie putt on the final green to
League team In Fair Lawn, Joe Torre, who Is er on March 14.
coach Saturday succeeding sitting It accepted 1964 term Join| the leading threesome.
Is first in fashion! Advanced High Fashion .
modern Contemporary authentic Traditionalf First In Johnny Jordan, who resigned.Dee N.J. which Woodling once spon out at horn In Brooklyn, N. Y. "Maury said he would be here, The Yankees play the Baltimore Mason Rudolph who won the
sored. Orioles that day In the
was given a four-year New Orleans Open last Mon
comfort!The exclusive "weightless feel" woven right Into the as soon as possible, said I
"When the Little Leaguers first of 30 exhibitions, an but
contract. the with
fabric: a fine blend of stay-fresh Kodel and wool Crisp, Allen In I No. 2 Dodger General Manager E. J, day joined pack an
Jordan announced his resignation start catching up to you figured (Bun Ie) BavaiL "I'm hwon't : one In Florida.FLORIDA. I elght-under-par 64, the lowest
wrinkle-resistant Exclusive Balanced Tailoring'keeps glad !
a few months ago, effective it was about time to quit, round of the tournament He is
any more
Plateau looking Wdiorn longer. It's a lighter brighter spring!!
bolder Spring In a Plateau Suit. See them. a I .. seed of the MUOIU. -: Woodling said Manager Gen Mauch of the training than he has." I WINS just two strokes off the lead at

Philadelphia Phillies Is toying I Bavasl said Wills had been offered 207 with former PGA fctntploa
0t07', $ ', III If. with thoughts of rookie third the same salary as he re. TALLAHASSEE (AP) florI Jay Hebert and veteran Cart-
aE 75Plateau Amazing nllll. baseman Richie Allen's place In'ceived In 1963. when he win I Ida edged Florida State M In a ner Dickinson Jr. Hebert shot a

/ ([Mr I housing uwNtov exclusive mowers. 'Is on the line.up if he makes it. raised approximately $20,000 to, tennis match Saturday. 87 and Dickinson eSt

aaa 33% lighter than "If he could do it, I'd love to Mf.OOO for stealing a record 104
aluminum, yet strong rlIt have him hitting No. 2," said bases In 1962. The 31-yeafrold:
shear off; pounds, Mauch. "That would let me put switch.hitter averaged .302 last Sports Slant
M R>} L i makes mowing with a John Callison In the No. 4 spot, season and led the National
LN WEIGHT\ I UWNROY tatter and and I bet you John would drive League with 40 stolen base
easltr for anyone. in 110 runs But we just won't
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know about Allen for a while -
except that he's a bright, willing Cards Like LeftysST. second with! Jit poInts on 1M field goal and 118 foul shots.

kid who's bearing down to makeit. PETERSBURG Nash averaged -24.( to 23.S for Kesslnger. Joe Newton of
by OMC ." Left,handed batters ) Auburn was the field goal percentage leader with 83 out of

uGh F1S1Superpowered *and. Allen who will be 22 Monday make the St. Louis trying Cardinal to 1.7 for 56.4 per cent. Second was florida's Dick Tomlinson,

Ones must beat out veteran Don team were given encouragement 53.2 per cent. DODGER CATCHER John Roseboro says
pull starting, steady Haok, who has been given permission Saturday. h* doesn't feel the recent Sandy Koufax-Buuy Bavasl rhu-

How of power, fewer by Mauch to set his Manager Johnny Keen announced barb ever Koufax't salary will affect Sandy's hurling. Said

moving parts powered to wear.(or own training pace. he would like to havea Roseboro to an Associated Press sportswriter: "He's a great
POWERED Highttt yearsof "Now I feel Inside I'm ready
I easiest mowing. for the big leagues" Allen said third left-banded hitter In the guy with great tuff. I don't think *n this will affect his

"I'm here and I'm here to dally line-up to join first baseman pitching." FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE Coach Tom
4 ,r stay." Bill Whit and catcher Tim Greene said it appears the Mocs will not be successful nabbing -

McCarver. Austin Robbins of Groveland-current star of Chlpola
Engineered for operator Left-handed bitters on the Junior College. College cage coaches from all over the South
I saftty. \.AwN..OV Dodger Squad Tilt roster Include outfielders Doug
A exceed flocked around the Lake County eager and latest scuttlebut
mowers meet or Clemens and Lewis
Johnny and
safety standards for VERO BEACH (AP) Gary Kolb who played Infield I II that he' University of Kentucky bound. RALPH TI-

power lawn mowers ** John Roseboro doubled home a and outfield. Kolb may be retained NER. who mad the all-Florida team (see story elsewhere intods

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e EII@ Standards Hive fully covered bladeand Shirley singled home two more In an emergency. liner may go right Into recreation work and forego his final

safety skirt Saturday as the Phil Colliers defeated Cardinal pitchers had their year of college cage action After leading Auburndale to two

e .J the George Lederers (-2 first formal drill. They fielded I straight Florida Class A sate prep titles, Tlner went Into the

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br ,...".1111I. Spell for 10 hit*. Nate Oliver by scheduling three

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,I ,'. [You Want Cassius? Just Yell For Muhammid Ali;TERRELL GERHARD BEATS ZECHNEW Sunday,LAKELAND March 8, 1H4 LEDGER S-D,

1'1- YORK (AP-Tall Ernie Gartner Beats
Terrell sat there In hi* dressingroom I I
CHICAGO (AP-Casslui Clay' honored one. Hi MM Muhammad For example, Malcolm X, Ings of the religion, Muslim and In Madison Square Garden Frank McGownNEW
hat a new name, plus a new means "one worthy ol f' suspended chief of the New Moslem. There are also variations and surprised absolutely no
I -s middle initial for hit old name. praise," and ii one of the great. York branch of the group who of the name of the founder one YORK (AP-Don Gart
The new name is one of thegreataL eat names In the Moslem world.) has been a constant advisor to Mohammed who lived In "I want Cawlua X," pro ner of Clifton, NJ. trimmed
Clay since he won the heavyweight Arabia from 570 to 632, Muhammad -
All Is the name of a general claimed the third-ranked heavy- Frank McGown of Brooklyn 150-
Clay hat been dubbed Muhammad who defended the faith at the title from Sonny Llston and Mahnme: are other weight who had Just falled-
match Sat.
22 in seven-Inning
All by the heed of the, time of Mohammed. Many Muslims say they have :spellings of the name thoroughly, completely end ab- a
Black Muslims, whose headquarters Casaius also began signing adopted the name X because The Muslims have drawn attention solutely-to distinguish himself, urday, and knocked McGownout
: are here. autographs: "Ckttlus X Clay." they no longer want to bear to themselves by their In a dreary highly unprofessional of the undisputed lead in the
HelOt the name from Elijah Clay did not say what will names handed down from for- avowed dislike of white people 10-round decision over World Pocket Billiard Championship
t Muhammad, Georgia-born lead happen to Marcellus, which was mer Slavs owning families. The their opposition to tie military Germany's Gerhard Zech. .
af f er of the Negro sect. his old middle name in Ms old champion Is the grandson of a draft and their desire for a separate "I can beat Cassius X (a reference The defeat left McGown with
': Clay first heard about it on a name. slave owned by Cassiui Marcellus territory where then can to heavyweight champ an 8.2 record In the tournament,
radio broadcast, and laid "1 Many of the Black Muslims, Clay, a onetime U.S. ambassador live by themselves. Cassius Clay) any day of the which ends Sunday. Defending
am honored. who claim the Moslem religion to Mexico. Clay revaled after the victoryover week," said the foot-4 Terrell, champion Luther Lassiter of
John All, secretary to Muhammad -and say they want no part of The Muslims originated In the Liston that he was a memo who did little to demonstrate it Elizabeth City, NC. and Art
l"l laid Saturday that the integration with whites, use the United States during the de ber and the name dropping in the nationally televised bout Cranfield of Syracuse also have
new name given to Clay li t last name iX. pression. There are two spell and adding-followed. Friday night. &2 records.
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! Smell The Chili! Must Be ,'.., 't Fi ,.I

The Tiger Training Room J FI .. ,

t By JACK SLAYTON Hornet: "Smell that aroma.
Ledger Sports Editor Why after smelling that I f r
Oh the old timers must be haven't been able to say FMA I
pinning In their graves. (Florida Mighty Awful) for the
+ Things just aren't the same In mast past three weeks.
i the major league dressing Player No 1: My arm Is I
o rooms anymore. killing me. I need a rubdown. I -
: Not so long ago the pungrnt C'mon Jack forget about that (( [1111 Ar-- -
aroma of liniment iodine and stuff and help me.
+ adhesive bandages permeated Hornet glaring incredibly:
: the atmosphere of the Tiger I'm finishing up the creationof 1
dressing room, ably directed Chef Dressen and you're 1w
a. by the fugitive from Califor moaning about a sore arm. ) i \
. nia's "Valley of the Moon" There's no sense of the esthetiC \ .
I Jack Home). among young men these 1\ s.
But those days are gone. days. z
Antiseptic has taken a backseat Player No 3 dashes In
for culinary. Charley greatly excited: Jack, Come
Dressen baseball's finest I quickly, Josh has a broken
creator of drooling delicacies leg, I think.
has been brewing exotic concoctions Homel glances up never
in Homel's Hide way. missing a single rhythmic stir:
. The smell of chill and Spanish Put a splint on it I'll be
bean soup drowns those odors through here in about ten
; of yesteryear In the training minutes. Tell him not to moan
room. It', more like Joe's and shout too loud. It spoils.
Chill Parlor than Homel's my concentration.
Hospital for Battered Bengals. Player No 3 slinks out
I All of this will probably be quietly, not wishing to disturb
the subject of the next Broad the chef.
way production Wanting to There is a banging of the
get In on the ground floor I door as player No. 4 lurches
give you: "Second Cook in. His arm Is cut and blood
I Homel" or "I'm the only floweth frequently. Hornet 1 Paa
trainer with dishpan hands." tares, livid with rage.
Scene: A training room. A For the love of Pete don't
I pair of rubbing tables 1 drip in the chill. You'll dilute
I benches, a medicine cabinet, the herbs. ,
, -
scales, refrigerator, itove, T\ 4 'l\1
large GI pot with chill and some \ 8
I one trainer (Homel) standing slum pi to the ground.
I over It with loving care ret Homel, never missing a
plete with large wooden turn, iteps over the prone ever offered in Maas' history }
I spoons. Tired athletes are body and continues his workat : t
draped over the tables wait- the stove.
t mg impatiently for succor. (slow curtain).

.,I I All-State Barry EisnougU ,On Henderson 2nd College Team Five Top STARTS TOMOHSff .' i I'

JACKSONVILLE W Rick Writers who saw Barry and
Barry of Miami and Brook: Henderson in action had no \

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: Baxley Is S foot 10. compare at
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Gary Schull of Florida State height Richard Peek of
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he possibly could have Collars in convertible, Italian, ,
Sun At Padgett, Pens
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and !
run two seconds faster cola News a Journal; Bernard Ivy styling
A Chicago Stadium crowd of Kahn. Daytona Beach Newt Fabrics of oil cotton, Dacron polyester/
lSM7-a record turnout for the ,Journal; Ottis Boggs, University cotton, Kodel polyester/cotton I
Chicago Daily News Relays-,of Florida radio; Nell Labar.
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Three weeks ago the 130-pound Journal Bill Kastelz,
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Jim Beatty's Indoor mark witha Times-Union. Men's Sportswear
IMS: in the New York AC I
Games at Madison Square
Garden. ;DREADNAUGHT' LJ: .' -: ; I
Last week In the Knights of WIN :
Columbus Meet In the Gardenhe

did 3:MS. setting an Indoor en I Lakeland's Dreadnaughtf defeated Imported baseball gloves for oil members ef the learnt
JW-meter mark of 3(1.1: the Robinson Knights,
route I 4-2. In a Western Conference fielder's
He passed the 1.500 JunctureIn tennis match Friday afternoon
3:41.1 Friday night. Lakeland won all the singles
Not until Just before the race!matches but dropped the two .
did the red haired Irish lad'doubles affairs.
know that Jim Irons of the Tor- down Moot hoi th. clove
In singles Leigh Livesay
flsldrt( All are mod
onto Olympi Club was In the ed John Fuller M, ...; John ., ..07.0.7L&u4. styled, nylon stitched,
field primarily to pace him!Stewart beat Jeff Pinholster junior leapto adult 1
through the first half mile 6.13; Gray King beat John
*103 fidaVs .
: and what a Job Irons did. Livingston 6-0. 1-2; and George clove
I With Irons showing the way, Hayes beat Tom Morris, H, MIn f 102 junior fwldtr's TI
O'Hara swung through the first doubles King and Liveiay PLUS: a wide choice of
I quarter in 58.1 and hit the halt bowed to Fuller and Pinholster Official sine
with a staling 1:S3.S. g-fl, 1-0 Stewart and C-JD- Official Little
I Irons dropped back andOTtara's er of bowed to Livingston jj Official Lithe
most feared opponent and Morris 1-0.11. I
on the board oval. Jim Grelle of
the Los Angeles Track Club
' moved up. GAME SLATED t
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O'Hara lust cruised the final! game Au,. 22 in Salt Lake
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Dragons Nip I Santa Fe Stuns

Dreadnaughts Lakeland 4-3

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Win Track MeetDAD'S of Three Jefferson.hit hurling Dragon by hurlers a duo Cedar Key

gave Jefferson a 4.J win fie
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STADIUM TampaLakeland' edge host Plant, Boone of Orlando the Lakeland Dreadnaughts Friday 1 1 By JOE HALBERSTEIN I
Dreadnaughts die I Winter Haven and Sar-
asota. Plant finished second night at Henley Field. (Special to The Ledger) I
what no track team at Lakelan I The loss was Lakeland's
with 71 points with Boone, (8; HAWTHORNE-SanU Fa pulled a major surprise In Region!
has been able do In tim third In a row and left
to some them
Winter Haven, 22ft\ and Sarasota with a M mark In Western III, Class C basketball tourney play Friday night when the Crlm I
defeat a group of Class A A 204.\ The meet was held Cedar
Conference son Hawks eliminated heavily Key, 48-35 beforea I
schools in track meet. here Friday afternoon and competition They
The Dreadnaughts, who wona night play Hlllsborough's Terriers { packed gym I
pair of dual meets earlier In Only two first were chalkedup here Tuesday night In a Group The Sharks 22.1 going Into the game with the only defeat!

_the season scored 79 points te. by the Dreadnaughts Larry 4 game All of Lakeland's I ,I being to Clans A Perry by a point (Perry was rated No. 14 ml

'Peacock won the 180.yard low bikes have been by one rue the state this week), succumbed to a bad case of tourney litter

hurdles and Lakeland took 12.3in Joe Barber, Wayne New and and stellar play by Mike Mohler and Mario Monte of Santa Fe

the high jump. Denny Clou Jerry Roberts divided the hurlIng Cedar Key led 1915 after a -

WINTER ;won at 58" with' John Mid activities. slow first half in which hot The winners led just 29.27 at

dents, second: Jim Folds, third The Dragons threatened 1 11'', 'lyS teams made numerous floor halftime, it still was 32.30 wiih
Middents was second In the high against Barber but two snappy o-. mistakes 5:59: to go In the final period and

HAVEN hurdles and Peacock fourth. double plays killed budding tl, In the first two minutes of then blew the game apart
Dragon threats. In the fifth the "t3z Mohler peeled off the
I Other points were picked up the second half the Sharks pivot for
by Rod Llnder, fourth In the I Dragons jumped on Wayne New bull their edge to 24-15 on two easy layups and after a

ARMORYWRESTLING 100-yard dash; Jay Allen, tec- for a pair of big runs Ronnie five straight points by Jerry free throw by Billy Slaughter
end and Jim Taylor, fifth In I Cuervo opened with a single Beckham and appeared readyto for the Sharks, hit another one

the mile run; Jim Williams, 'and was forced at second when i4rt flash the form that had for a 38-31 margin.

II j second In the 440 at :S2.S; Billy Cuervo overran the base on a made them favorite to go all Cedar Key, which persisted

i, Hall, third and Mike Moore, sacrifice bunt attempt. After the way la Class C this year. In a zone although it was a
fourth In the 880; Rod Llnder Joe Garcia hit back to the bent-for-electlon pressing

4 Big BoutsSaturday second In the 220; Dwayne pitcher Albert Machado's fly- Then Santa the Fe Sharks moved collapsed.Mohler into defensive unit all year long,

Glenn, fifth In the shot put; ball got by Sonny Martin for a .x the to ease the strain on finally had to go after the ball
Larry Gamble second In the run-scoring double and Edenlo but It was too late.

8:30 discus at 142 7"-a new school Pulido doubled to left to tally Monte,first-half who was handicapped fouls. Mohler by Monte led the Crimson Hawki

mark; Peacock, second, Mid. Uachado. three shot arterea.y with 18 points and Mohler added
drove In for
WORLD TEAMCHAMPIONS dents, fourth and Bob Oen Winning two Dragon tallies easy crip 15, getting all six of his field
brink, fifth la the broad Jump.Lakeland' came in the seventh. Nelson trip goals in the stretch drive.
I Anello opened with Infield The Crimson Hawks hit four Ricky Turner
880 > yard relay an averaging 21
team of Ronnie Meeks, Gary single and was sacrificed to j. .A.Y' 5H straight baskets to pull to 25.23, points a game In the regular

SKULL MURPHY Little, Rod Linder and Bill Hall second. He took third oa a fell back on a basket by theSharks' season topped the Sharks with

6- finished second; the sprint med- wild pitch and came home on George Hathcox and 13 but was far off form Cedar

BRUTE BERNARD ley relay unit of Oenbrlnk, Lit- Albert Machado's single to then moved ahead to stay on a Key made only 11 field goals In

tle, Meeks and Hall was second; right. Polio singled to center layup by Mohler and a rebound the entire game as its outside

and the mile relay team of Williams sending Machado to third. push shot by Monte. shooting soured.

Jay Allen, Joe Garcia He tallied en a wild pitch. Once Santa Fe found the formula In the other first-round game,

JJ10-I 'and Sandy Fortin was third. The Dreadnaughts got a runoff it kept on rolling Mount Dora Bible School dt

I Lakeland will host a track Joe Garcia In the sixth and MONTI HITS-Mtrl* Mtnrt, wkt M Sintt .. with. It swmti, 4,.,. .In a btitkit. .|.,.... feated Hawthorne 51-39.

meet at Lakeland Senior High ill wildness forced him out of fevered C tt Key Friday night tl the Hawk "." the spinet tf the Class C, R.,wii } e...,.., tlHtwtktrnt Automen Top M.SANTA t..' .,._..M I.I II- M.J........Silt..... ,4..Ik.....
:School on Tuesday night beginning the game. With one down Ken H!.k School ".... Ne. 23 I. Work Miiltittk' tf the Hawks wkilt Nt. 24 It Stuff ..'. J.. 1.r. 1 1"in a. ......., 14.I. T...,,

GRAHAM COWBOY at 8:30: p.m. They will com Titus singled to center and Smith SttMlliif end iMmlitgly" witckini ,In .", ...", .nt trtl W, W, Slaughter J2!> end Myles Smith I City Cage LoopDick's HiM.u.M.r:.*. H4i ear _,Math.MkHllll a. ,.. Sl..'>.

pete In St. Petersburg in a Kenny .Deal was safe on an 122)") !_the Wine. Cti.i Key Sh...... (Phole ly Gtinitvill/ Sun) I :". .aJ Turiwr 4-I 11. T.UIfc |l.
BOB ELLISHIRO meet Friday night. error. After I line drive out, a "" III.e.{.. w ...,..,.,
I walk to Martin loaded the basil Auto Sales, Tampa In ..... ,. . u t0-.a

I In. and George Moreno spelled dependent cage tourney winner, a.,5 0"..'O.OW'.. JM,On Haines Advances the lead in the Lakeland!I
MATSUDA City grabbed
Sports Car Club Garcia He uncorked a wild ; City Basketball League last
TIM WOODS pitch to tally Titus. But be got KING GOLFERS
week 73-62
with a key victory
Rally Set TodayA the side out. over Polk Electric, along with' BEAT LAKELANDTAMPA
In the seventh he walked four Red Devils EliminatedBy
MIDGET GIRLS a 79-C4 win over Southeastern
force home and
men to a run
rally, sponsored by the Im- Bible College.
DARLING DAGMAR another tallied on an infield King's Lions chalk.
perial Polk County Sports Club, ,out. He fanned the last hitterto JACK FLOWERS Southeastern had jumped into ed up a 5.2 Western Conferencegolf

vs. BABY CHERYL is scheduled today. preserve the win for Garcia. Ledger Assistant Sports Editor a point lead in the third quarter victory over the Lakeland

I In. All participants will register Jlrieeaoa. ear I--- leLAOL000 RIVIERA BEACH-Coach Don Miller's Kathleen Senior High Red Devils contained the before the Automen cameOs Dreadnaughts Friday at Temple
DUKE KEOMUKA 505 :1 3-5 a I high-scoring Riviera Beach Hornets for the first half before the host demonstrated fast to win. Southeasternalso ,Terrace golf club.
Friday night quintet -
from S S:45 p.m. and the starting ..,... M.rss III .M D. M.eha.5. lost Del 8144 In
to Dixie Lakeland will
JERRY LONDON I ISpon.od I 5.._. NOW (41, aIe 001 aM. MY.r5, Its reason for being one of the top-ranked teams In the state and earn a berth In host King'sLione
II time will be 6 Can .....
p.m. 101 another game B. and J. Market this week at Cleveland
I heat nlght'l Class A, Region 4 tournament finale.
beat Gene's Upholstery of Bar. Heights golf club.
If I will begin from the Southgate Coach Mickey Neal'a Hornets were to have met the Haines City Hornets another South
tow 6153. Dick's still has Bill
Dudley (36) of King downed
Shopping Center on S. Florida Softball Meeting west florida Conference five in the finals last night Haines City eliminated Hollywood Chaml- with Plant
NATIONAL GUARD I makeup games City Mike Jackson (43) of L. eland .
Avenue. Slated Thursday'Represegtsttves nade, 82-52, In the first round opener. and B. and J. Market before it but James Crumpton Q8)

Ringside . .$2.00 I Anyone owning a sports or Last night's winner travels to, can cinch the second half title. of Lakeland beat Craig Fox (42))
compact car may enter the tally of all teams ialnesville next weekend for the Jack Cline accounted for 18 of Haines City led .t halftime, Dick's and B and J. play at 9 of King Dudley.Fox defeated

Gen. Adm. . 1.50 which will run Into the night planning on competing In the Class A state playoffs Kathleen's points during the first 32.27. During the last half the p.m. Tuesday. Jackson-Crumpton.

Under 12 . .50 Entrants will need a pencil, Lakeland Parks and Recreation For the first twe periods of half.McDonald Chaminade Lions pulled to within Peoples Bank In the Recreation Gene Cherry (40) of King beat

Tic.... 0* Sib At 'writing tablet, watch flashlight, Department .SponsoredCity play Kathleen and Riviera Devils with 12.paced Cline the had Red two points on different occasions League lost its first game or tarry Guice of Lakeland but
and a navigator. Softball League should Beach were even at 20-an. nine but could wrestle the second half 68-52, to Webster Mike Scobie (44) of Lakeland
TONY'S PHARMACY I The first three finishers overall meet Thursday at 7.M: p.m. The Red Devils, playing allow eight coming during the first Avenue Baptist. The Independents edged Doug Rogers (47) of King

will be awarded trophies at the Teen Midway. deliberate type of contest two quarters the lead away from Haines City. forfeited to Webster rherry.Rogers beat Gulce.Scar

... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ...-... - .... ... _L and taking the good shots, The loss ended the season for By winning Haines City improved Avenue and Catholic Youth Organization ""ie.
a were out front after the first Kathleen with a 617 overall record Its overall record to 9-It. downed Wesley Memorial In 4 man play King had 15}
Its markto
eight minutes, 7-1. Just prior 271. Th. Hornets ran h.ven'tbeen The Hornets were 59 In the Methodist 63-59, in other to 176 for Lakeland.Basketball .
to Intermission Riviera Beach games
THE NATURAL GENTLEMAN took the lead. A John Gallo beaten at horn this sea SWC.
bucket with three seconds Scores
*** I way Haines City Jumped off to an 1- I
remaining Hint Ura two club: MIDAVCOLlttltt
Intetheir. dressing rooms all early lead and never fell behind Pr5iaIic.Trt,. ;:::::": ,.0W
I Elil tied 5 0...005 ... ...... 41.
up. Louis Wltcher, who finished W...al... an. D.... 10.
tAe or. Ar Caron N.W.shM05nI''e .
m'I However, It didn't take long third In the SWC In Individual 7 *,. U.
Into the third quarter to realize : W" sh4' tk Ii
scoring with 20.2 ; : .
"Ao a per game : /
that the taller and faster Hornets ....,_ .
believes average, led Coach Joel Willie'cages 0... ...tl N.C.lif C>,*.M...l.tI.....
were beginning to wear with 21 points. Bob MI.M Htm* H, CI IM<| '"
I down Kathleen 4- SMIttv Fiie04, {.. ,::. > It
la.r Dewell added 11 and Fred Y HiaH SCHOOL

b1fiiGf: It Itk Kathleen managed only 11 Cemparato finished with 12. _...t..CLAtt H.4h It AA. J.efct.nv mOION 1 tM 4f.
points in the last half while Bob Depathy and Jim Barrows J.cki.1.v II.... ,..... ,.. -...... C.W
au thM dCLss 44
.r ll4K Riviera Beach paced by Bill are high point men for A. asOlo" a
.r' Whitman scorched the nets for Hollywood Chaminade with 12 C054550505 'N'lrrl. Ch-I.n.INCH 44 sans era

U marker each. I '..t III,.CUll... n. W.AA/ ._ItiaiOM II.....I...
Whitman, who had only five KATMLtlNa _, lilUMrnriri. h IT. Nc. C.H. I ICLAtt ...

points at halftime, finished ONS.-------- pin FTII pT{ w i III...., C.4.......AA...DialOH, rw-l W.4 ..........
.. :::::: f I I t : 41.
with 21. Twelve Hornets .... ...
saw ,. .
III. Hud t4, N,lrtMMl MeA
action and 11 were In the scoring ::,= :::::: : I : & : 4'.
H. ,,. ... ; + CUll. UtOION a
columns. Rick Lee Moac.d",. .. P.15)0.. II.
& was A I A' II M.r.na 12.
tt Ward .. .... a e PSY 44 M.Iton t4
t :\ .. the only other Hornet in doublefigures a> .w rM class A RiaiON S
t.j.r : ..;;;; & I t : i Swell P.
with 11. *myni4
Wall ,.. .... I .f + A/ NeIYNMoaw iCLAtt
C t 1 f N Galloway, Stan McDonald and I.1- ....w- a I aTOTaLa I'll City 47. A IMim HiaiON t...S., 44.M .
K ', '. It It II IS almvllna OllKMllll. ch.: '..... '4.
tfACMra v.\: :\ .CLAN.. U A, H.thlMft IHO ION 4VIM. IIM. .
i ioadway-Jolliff PTA rtm t rrtU .,n.. City :L HMIywMt Wntitiii. .<4
If you enjoy the lean and .0.....,1..".............. a I e A N.J. .
a aaoN f
j natural lines ofclothingfreegIl Capture Tourney 9tri.itM.Mint ','::::: I i S IK Sal..-,.,as' v UY......'. '.... N.

of tailoring trickery or fake i:::: ','.',:::: : Clay i ... s .
We Boadway and Francis .... A 4LN D.'.... t..d1 fmO: :::.. 4*. ,...
4 f -- A A saT..t .. M.ih WiMn .
padding we the Daroffiof .. .
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olliJf teamed to win. the Friday .. iiTOTALS tl IICLAtt
4al;i Philadelphia strongly ,=;tn.' i : ,1 I : maiOM... .4
recommend ; Z.Myrhlllt 44. ,.. 41b
morning shuffle at ,
tourney .
4n our Natural Gentleman the Civic Center courts with a:I......' ..... 1 i i A, A,... S2 CLAtt I....t..H4OION 4. 1_"IIrtM. ....).
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41 i the fabled Daroff Personal Ethel Saxton In the finals 'KATH'IINOll.. I. at' J ,snaa1V15A "5,111.40...,...11.U.III.I......'..,.. .!.
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,. handsome in the exclusive Cunningham, 32.8. Kading-Sax en PTA nM r rr| hf e ,........ I* ',W.'s seine wish ChtmiM. wee H.'PI :-:::PlM.. tt'Itl t lUtf.eM.of WitmlnaHT
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ton downed Bill Brewer and
lighter, livelier fabrics, yxirr -I. City. Chrnilmd ,..,_ Yeas I" DtPctfcy (21 I. UN Mtnnitn :
Lydia Sommers, 52.38, and Carl fnat5 .. .;: t 1 j fj ""UL TIeh
41 i loomed L. ((41 ..4 JiM Ntttof (Jl >. U.h
the Ii
to meet challenge w,5h5 : i >i r ((42) W the Horn* I
Werner and Ord Dunkle, 52.36.A ;;; ;
Corr.rar.t4 'f : wctcktt. (Lriflw Pkil > >l wtnl ::3j.7i:::: iSZ
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field of 21 courts was in play iNiarau. t .-..,. II.
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in for
a free and friendly for the fish dinner prize. 0... .. .
try-on, and see the qualityand Thursday night Boadway O. MurMr... a _.

value in earned with Ruth Proudfoot towin TOTALS ,,.. ? me ii 5402cM5MI55Da
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the Draw.Your.Partn" shufe -

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,1 4 18, while Ferris-Clark downed .,' : & & I L 1-
I I Bill Brewer and Freeman _
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Still Gabby Open Season

''n. By ARTHUR DALEY 'Go downtown and buy

1 @ Tek1jork( timr.e some,' tit ..y..
BRADENTON "The Yc Florida Southern College's tennis -
When Lu- next day Billy Webb
clue Benjamin Appllng played the coach comes out with I team kicks off the '84 season

It shortstop for the White Sox box of I dozen new baseballs tomorrow when it host Rol

,n under Jimmie Dykes a quarter 'Billy' I says figgerln' w line College of Winter Park. The

rl of a century ago, the Iharp.e. out a way to get even fast I match Is scheduled for 1pm.at plNk
tongued Dykes addressed him 'I'll betcha I case of beer I FSC's campus courts Y. mx .' 'ti

- al "Luke" whenever he can foul all 12 Into the stands.' The Rollins setters could l

11 Ml wlln't calling him other names, "I had fouled 11 In a row prove to be one of the toughest Announcing

h H not all of which are printable. when he quit on me. hurdles on the Moccasins' rugged -

id H But nowadays the still Irrever. "The best hlttin' day I ever 13-game slate. The First

ent Dykes uses a new ritual. had I reckon was In St. Perenlally ranked] among the

Ir Whenever he speaks to Appl- Louis. They were off old bed small college tennis teams "
a ing. I brother coach on the Bumper Hadley who was ] In the nation Coach Norm :

'r Athletics Round James tips rough. I usually hit to right Copcland's Rollins squad won

I' his hat, bows from the waist but he pitched me so tight on II of 21 matches last season

and addresses him as "H F" the fifth that I pulled three In eight seasons under Cop.
PART OF CATCH-Mr. mi Mrs Clark Gills .l A.kumialtJiialay PROGRESST5vmwwn,55
t "That's an abbreviation for doubles down the left-field line land the Tars have won M
pre .' IK* iick< eke c.vht _...IIy tt Li lit V.. MMUtMrl
1 Hall of Fame" said the airy and had two other hits. In my matches while losing only 41.
' Dykes. "Ever since Appling last at bat I had a swing buntto nlHmwt wit .( Htnk'i Pith Camp Moccasin mentor Jim Bush

i H was elected to Coopentown I Harlond Clift. It could have us only three lettermen back
I couple of week ago he'i been my sixth hit but the official FISHING.HUNTING'Some' from I squad that posted a EDITIONTo

forced me to treat him with scorer called It an error. -5-1 record last season,

" _, the respect due a full-fledged clan was mad but he waren't However, the FSC setters have

d H baseball Immortal. CqnfidenII Bight ai mad as I was. Catches been hard at work since early : Be Published By The

tislly though, I'm almost is "I never went for home runs February and could offer 'some "

'delighted as he Is. No one deserved -'capt once. I bet I feller I surprises to the opposition. f

;t It more and he'U be the could hit eight In a season Starting for the Macs tomorrow LAKELAND LEDGER

Is.b proudest man ever Inducted and I had that many by the By LakelandersBy will be Larry Hale senior ,, ,

,r Into the Hall Listen to then 4th of July. But my battin from Lakeland who Is I transfer Saturday March 28thIT'S

bum. He hasn't stopped talking average was a 11'1 ol' .260. So from New Mexico Stale; ,

since he was elected." I stopped that nonsense and FRED JONES Dave Wation a senior letter. '
s Appllng was leaning against finished with my usual 300. Ledger Fishing and Hunting Editor man from Auburndalet Steve Y s'es e : TIME WE TOLD

a the batting cage spraying ad- "Dykes he didn't like none Today w. have several Items-one of extreme Interest to Blake sophomore southpawfrom

y vice to all hitters and chat. for me to hit homers 'causehe you hunters; But first, some photos from Mrs. Hannah of The Orlando; Roger Levine, THE WORLD ABOUT

tering Incessantly In his heavy thought it spoil me as I Bait Well on East Glendale of some local fish stories 's.5 sophomore from Orlando and

Georgia drawl, bright gay hitter The only one I hit over "T. F. Baker 2623 Hemsted Dr., and Jimmy McCarty. Joe Cochonour senior letter.

and flippant. Few men areteller I two-year stretch was a line 519 Choctaw with a string of specks from Lake Parker Bill man from Casey III. POLK COUNTY'SDECISION

a qualified to teach the drive Into the fight field Alderman and Bob Melton fished the pits south of Lakelandfor "The No. $ position I Is still a ::: rIk

;; art than he lands at Comiskey Park to this string of bass, including one weighing lO'/J pounds tossup," said Coach Bush. "It

Luke not only won the bat win a loG game. 'Cut out that "Corky White age 9,' 705 W. Park St., got this string of will be either Rick Crankshaw
'. ting championship of the baloney,' he said to me Bill Lukes Ralph Baker or John TO

r American League on two occations grumpy as .lIletout..1'1I) tell .T\ BAY vice untAy, M.reh a. /' Ahlgren. I-
you one thing though ... im.i MM riM, 4:44: *.M., aati. :,t'I': :' Tht MIlO teka.1i.lai
but over 20 years as a you ., 117, ..5. M..... -tutu. UnlvarlllK, kam.March ..

big leaguer he had a lifetime couldn't play for a better. guy mMann.riaai:,..*.,.*wren I m,i aata* 1, assNN.,.. HIa5'l.maan .._ e I.m.I.1114 lav FIN MM,, 1 tee.IT .I...MINA .. March It It--Valtfatta.'..... .ell..*...., Item kama*,. AHEAD' !
average of .310 with lone.... than Dykes ....! 7Ounbwln0 I I e Iarak e. GO
son high of .348. He was I "Here 11m. work with small bass on a black worm fishing eaat of Cleveland Heights M- a.arila Tteh. ,,_..
master manipulator with a bat him and under Eddie Lopat. Boulevard. Martin Andy and David Waring sons of Bud and avS s11 It-::::I:1.M.flair..

" and was an artful spoiler who none I got hit No. 2,499 and Ann Waring 1304 W Patterson caught these specks on Missouri I'ttar A.ril.kurt a- ..cube Unlvartlty haAarll ...,. ; Send Copies of The
hit No. 2,500 often him Each t StaMan Unlvarilty.Aa"l ft'LanfAATM .
1 merely fouled off any pitch minnows from pits south of Lakeland. It-Marair Ym1.N/r. Maaan DECADE FOR DECISIONS
he didn't like. was a screamer over second e".
".,It II-V..III' ttata, VaWAttaApril x
e "Reckon you'd never guess base on screwballs he was e.. +'i Progress Edition
Now for that item for hunters It-PlariAa pratkytarlak/ kAinl
illy enough to throw me" you -particularly those of ,
the one pitch I didn't fancy ",111.M-Capt Caral Tm.n.mNLC.
i he drawled. "It was one over Old Luke was an artist with you who gun hunt In the Citrus Wildlife Management Area ., .....,. y) To Your Friends.

the middle. I couldn't handle the bat. He painted an Impressive (Inverness). You know the state will hold their public meet- Let' "Irag-A-Llrtle" About Polk.
that as easy as the others and enough picture to win admittance Ings to discuss hunting rules In this area at Dade City tomorrow .

I.. do with It what I wanted. A to the Hall of Fame night and in Bartow on Tuesday night

; feller once figgered at the end Well hen are quotes from I game commission news release EACHCOPY

of one season that I fouled Leon Sikes Wins which will make you want to attend at least one meet. ':"' '

i 1 1,700 pitches that year. Don't Seniors Tourney log I'm ..urel"Florida'

know If he was accurate butt TAMPA (AP-Leon Sikes Sr. sportsmen will hive an opportunity to reply to '\ ENCLOSED

he could been. 63-year-old) golfer from West I request from the Florida Bowhunter's Council that the Citrus Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A

"The I sister drive crazy Wildlife Management Area be set aside for
t guy Palm Beach In the new Florida bowhuntlng .,
I was Lefty Gomez. He was Seniors champion. exclusively for a trial period of three years. The game commission s i iF iF THE LAKELAND LEDGER

a-goin" for his 18th or 19th Sikes twice winner of the agreed to present the request In the form of a question F

victory one year and Dykes American Seniors championship to be asked at the series of public meetings. ." 544 ;, l p. 0. BOX 408

says to him 'You ain't gonna finished the 54-hole tournament ,; ., } Corner of Missouri fir Lime
I get It.' I'm at bat and he has Friday over the 6,271-yard Lakeland, Florida 2 C
me on a three-end-two count. Palma Ceia course with 224. Would Bon Gun Hunters 5
I've fouled off a dozen or so, Enclose 25c each for single
Dexter Daniels Sr., Winter Now we're going to get back to the release but first if
waltln' for the pitch I want Haven; Woody Wever St. Petersburg you want to gun hunt In the Citrus area for the next three + copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.
and Gomez is getting' mad. and Dorsey Nevergall "NQ EACH OR
you'd.better attend of the
years one meetings or call the
'You little slob, he shoutsat Pompano, Beach.*finished with! local office of commission, and let them know how you MAILED FREE
m.. Why don't you hit the 227s. "
ball In the big ring?' Dr. John Mercer Sarasota, .1 feel. Anywhere In the U. S. or Canada '

"I foul a couple more and two-time winner, tied with Fred' Personally we are opposed to this request-not that we

doggone he's fit to be tied. Sonneborn, Clearwater at 229. have anything against the archers-on the contrary we admire S., 5

Know what he done? Other low scorers were Henry them for I group of fine sportsmen Our objections are the .. .
."Nuts to you' '! he says Hagen Ormond Beach 230; Jack archers can not harvest enough of the herd in the Citrus area. Progress Edition Tel

and throws me a pitch-out for Russell, Clearwater and Gil They need help from the gun hunters-and there are enough

. a fourth ball. I laugh all the Baechle. Palmetto, 232; Bob deer for both. FOR

; way down to first base Joe Myers. Tampa 233; Henry Si. To continue with the release-"Other questions will be ,'' 'e +*

McCarthy comes out of the mard Daytona Beach 235; asked during the meetings. Some of these concern extending ;1

dugout and he's steamm..' Clyde Haynle. Belleatr Bluffs. the closing date of the turkey hunting season past the date for i : :

What the hell goes on and Bill Norvell Orlando, 237. closing the deer season opening the hunting season In South 'I ; III $1

here?' he says, wanting to Florida prior to the general opening date and extending the

. take Comes out of the game."He's in Northwest Florida the "
I BROWNS SIGN season past general' closing date. IT $TATL .
, wearing me out BOB Now again let's discuss those questions. Last year the . . .
says Lefty. 'It's the only wayI BRODHEAD hunting south of 60
season Highway was opened I week earlier LARRY HALE
could get rid of him. We : CLEVELAND (AP) Bob than the general season. And if the game commission didn't Lskeland Netter MAILED

,. beat him. Maybe I did unsettle Brodhead quarterback of the hear any complaints about that, we certainly did) HAM

him some Cleveland Bulldogs of the United Whether majority of hunters liked the deal
she or not we Softball Meeting
"One season I'm goin'around FREEAnywhere
Football for
League the
father-snd-son dinners past are not sure. (We only heard from those who were opposed!) .DDItlSS
to the ball club and three years has signed a contract But It will be discussed and the believers in either side betterbe Slated Tomorrow
. to help with the Cleveland
there or call or write the local office.
they were glvin' only two Browns, the National Football entering .
Managers planning on ftATL
baseballs an appearance for League club announced Satur As for extending! the turkey hunting season past the closing teams In the City Parks and 't . . In the
. autographs. It ain't enough date for deer hunting-we are again opposed. We believe the Recreation Department worn
and I go to Harry Grabiner In day.The former Duke University deer and turkey seasons are now long enough. We believe j en's Softball league should attend U.S.

the front office and. ask for a signal caller played one season for many reasons, they should close together. Quail and &qulrI I a special meeting tomorrow i HAMI

dozen. with the Saskatchewan RoughRiders rel hunting later Is OK by us, but not turkey hunting. I at 7:30 p.m.

." 'We're short of baseballs,' of the Canadian League But tint's our personal opinion. You be there and express The meeting will be at the, or
he says, 'I can't give you t and. one with the Buffalo Bills yours IFor Teen Midway and since It Is an ';' Canada
dozen.' in the American Football any further Information about these questions and t organizational affair I manager 'I sti r;

Til buy them from you,' League before Joining the Bull meetings, call the local office of the Game Commission I or team representativeshould CITY STATL .

:: I says. dogs. 6SW157. I be present. . . . .

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10 LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March B. 1911 I
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Miriam Drive Lakeland, was plants and power plant accessories Headliners + '

commissioned an Ensign In the 1

Curtis L. Boles, ton of Mr,, Naval Reserve Feb. 7 on Iradua- Dean I, Sherman, airman apprentice ,

and Mn. LeRoy Boles of Rt. 8,, tlon from Naval Officer Cand USN, son of Mr, and -

Lakeland tits been promoted to I date School at the Naval Bas, Mrs. Ralph A. Sherman of 1441 By BILL KENDALL and the Chorus will do a special

airman second class in the United ., Newport RI He received both Shore Acres Dr, Lakeland, Recreation Supervisor adaptation of the "Musio '

Air Force. classroom and practical experience graduated Feb. 14 from Aviation Man.

Airman Boles a personnel specialist In seamanship, navigation, Mechanical Fundamental SOFTBALL The following Sunday a variety .

Is assigned to the 484th I military courtesy communictlons !School at the Naval Air Tech With the coming of spring, all gospel hour will be presented .

Bombardment Wing at Turner, gunnery, combat Info, nical Training Center Mem thoughts turn to outdoor activities Three groups will per-

AFB Ga The airman Is a grad, mation center procedures and phis, Tenn. He studied physics, The Parks and Recreation form a concert consisting entirely

uate of Lakeland Senior High, military drill. mathematics and principles ol f Department Is now concentrating of gospel music

School. Joseph B. Noel. 17, son of Mr. electricity. The curriculum also its efforts toward Softball Groups will oe a male quartet

and Mrs B A, High of 1628 Tangerine included instruction In atomic( I leagues for both men and wom- a lad lea' trio, and a youth

St., Lakeland, completedbasic structure static and dynamic I choir.
r training Feb. 7 at the Na- electricity, magnetic theory, and en.Tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at the All of the concerts presentedare

val Training I Center, Great the: construction of aircraft bat } Recreation Center 203 N. Mass free and the public is invited

Lakes, 111 The nine-week train teries. achusetts a meeting for thewomen's ,

ing includes naval orientation, William G. Blalock. radarman league will be held

history and organization seamanship third class, USN, son of Mr and All team managers are askedto Recreation Schedule I
ordnance and gunner, Mrs. Barney Blalock of 1920'/$ be present Also asked to SUNDAY Sunday Musical

military drill first aid and survival North Crystal Lake Drive, Lake present are any firm representatives "Professional Women's Chorus
who would like to put a from Tampa," 3 p.m. Mayhall
land, Is participating in an exercise i4
team In the league.In .
Harold J. Rahner If called "Operation Spring Auditorium.
Pvt. 111 i ,{ 1 l will
board" aboard the ?i t y '71 '' charge of the meeting MONDAY-Women's Exercise
whose parents live at 2616 Hemp- destroyerUSS u jfl' 1 ?I % t department'
be Miss Helen Smith the -
stead Drive, Lakeland completed Charles B. Ware In the dl Class, 1:3D a.m., Recreation

JAMES BOLES an eight-week telephone lineman Caribbean. The operation con women's sports make the Center; Teen Activities, :1pm.., I

course at the Army Southeastern ducted annually by units of the rector. If call you cannot Miss Smith at Recreation Center; Bridge 1:31

Private Jon B. James 21, son Signal School Fort Gordon Atlantic Fleet, takes advantageof MU meeting 64803. p.m., Recreation Center; Wom

of Mr and Mrs. Clyde E. James Ga., Feb. :21. The IS-yea the favorable Caribbean en's Softball Meeting, 7:30: p,m,,

2312 Derbyshire Ave., Lakeland, old soldier entered the ArmyIn I weather to conduct sea assault This Thursday at 7:30 p,mat Recreation Center.TUESDAY ,

is nearing completion of his October 1963 and completedbasic landings and flight training op the Recreation Center a Teen Activities,
will be held for all
Basic Combat Training at Fort training at Fort Gordon erations. mill STUD-CMR Su...l 104th ..... with rw* hack, S...,. w.n....., ....... .f Mr. sad meeting team for 3pm. Recreation Center. A
prospective managers
Jackson, SC He has been assigned Ga Mrs. James M. Well..., ....., (I I..., Acrm Read ... NMk o>...|.. 0. C. CIo\r.....*. TK. the City League. Anyone who WEDNESDAY Bridge 11 .-

to Company A. 8th Bat- Winter Haven H.....". Ml, pvrclMMd as e bard sire fr Sunny AcrM, ta lira ton of Supf Roll 4lrh, the $200,. wishes to put a team In this a.m. Recreation Center; Teen r

talion, 2d Training Brigade of 000 hard lira of Circle M Reach .In Scmtokto. M Ito. Th. bleed. .llm .( CM* S",.... 104ik, plui tk.lf league Is asked to be present. Activities 3 p.m. Recreation M

the U.S. Army Training Center, Airman Third Cats ThomasM. the .,*.. c.wo pmmtfy ..... by Sassy Acroi, ikuM' predate toy tMlfry krwdini stick lo. In charge of this meeting will Center; Square Dance, 8 p.m,,

Infantry This is the first phase McKewen son of Mr. and cnfrlomon .IPJ Florid. be George Toy the department" Recreation Center. ,
of his active duty training with Mrs. John H. McKewen of 2223 THURSDAY Recreation

the Army and a part of the obligation Ave. F NW, Winter Haven is .., :.;,. .'..,.. '1I'm': .''' 'W'I "* visor. If Men's Athletic are unable Super to Club 930; a.m., Recreation

he Incurred upon enlist- being reassigned to Biggs AFB, Cattle Sales you Center, Teen Activities, 3 p.m ,
make this meeting contact Toyat
ing in the U.S. Army at Jacksonville Tex, following his graduation : MU 6-8803 Recreation Center.

from the technical training Show ; Bridge :J In-Brief ., Other men's leagues to be FRIDAY Women's Exercise t

Private James Is a graduateof course for United States Air Jump formed are the commercial Class 9:30 a.m. Recrea L

Lakeland Senior High School Force telephone exchange specialists ::1' h QA.:: r""' J''fi1 league, the church league and lion Center Recreation; Teen Center Activities Sen., ) ..
at Sheppard AFB, Tex p.m. ;
and attended St. Petersburg Junior For WeekSales the recreation slow. pitch
College, St. Petersburg, Fla, Airman McKewen was trained' By JOHN M. TAYLOR, Director In Lakeland was won by Jim league. These meetings will be ior High Activities; 7:30: p.m",. cII''

Prior to entering the U.S. Armyhe PLANT RAIINER to analyze telephone circuits ind Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club Nlcholls and Dr. Lea Leval- held within the next two weeks Recreation Center I'I
maintain ,automatic telephone this week of cattle and of Lakeland and Mrs SATURDAY-Baton 81, 10:30:
was employed by the NORTH League play will commence
land General Hospital, Lakeland Pvt. Thomas L. Plant son or equipment. The airman is a calves at Cattlemen Livestock. 4-4 Lera Ryan of Winter Haven April 13 with practice sessions a,m., Recreation Center; Air
graduate of Winter Haven SenIor Market jumped to 468 compared Rifle 11 am. Recreation Center
Fla.Frederick. Mr and Mrs. William A. Plan. V1098324A and Mrs. Elmo Hoffman of scheduled to start March 30 ,
601 Pine St., Auburndale, completed High School. His wife Janice to a total of 344 a week Iowa Winners, so far In the ; Baton 9.12, 11:30: am,
C. llamler seaman an eight-week telephone is the daughter of Mr. and ago, said Harold Howze of FlorIda "continuous series" In Lakeland Sunday Musical Recreation Center; Intermediate

apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and installation and repair course at Mrs Frank Kintner of 3421 Ave. State Marketing Bureau. A-AK10965 on Sunday nights have The Parks and Recreation Baton 12:30: p.m., Recreation

Mrs Arthur J. Hamler of 1036 the Army Southeastern Signal W, NW, Winter Haven. Slaughter steers held steady to WEST EAST been Mrs. William Dancy Department will sponsor another Center; Junior High Activities,
West Walnut, Raymond A. School Fort Gordon, Ga., Feb. Army Pvt. Raymond W. Rice, 50 cents higher heifers and "V-54 A-K108 VKQJ79643 Mrs Theo Waits and Doug Sunday Musical this Sun 7.30 p.m., Recreation Center

Jones, Doilerman first class, 21. Plant entered the Army In son of Mrs. Birdtle L. Rice 134 heavy calves held steady reported .- .-Q87 Hall all of Lakeland. day at 1 p.m. at Mayhall Audi-I
USN son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Howze; cows and Ilaht! 1 torium. Featured will be a
There will be
October 1963 and completed basic Center St., Winter Haven has a "trophy series"
H. Jones of 922 East Lemon St. calves: SO cents to $1 higher. -Q32 *-74 In group representing the City of Strawberry
combat training at Fort Gor been assigned to Battery A of SOUTH game Tuesday night 1
are participating aboard the at- don. The 19-year-old soldier Is a the 8th Artillery's 7th Howitzer mils scarce. "' -AQJ87AI Lakeland A masterpolnt 1 Tampa Recreation Depart-

tack aircraft carrier USS Kitty 1963 graduate of Auburndale Battalion at Fort Chaffee Ark. Stocker steers, heifers and .- game will be played Wednesday ment's Music division. Production AtSeason's

Hawk in a coordinated U.S.-Nationalist High School. Rice a cannoneer in the battery heavy calves held steady; cows -KJ1052: night in Winter Haven. : The group is the Professional

Chinese amphibious exercise entered the Army In November were scarce light calves 50 *-J There will be a Winners Game Women's Chorus They have a .
called "Operation "Backpack" Keith V. Chambers airman 1963 and basic cents to $1 lower. on Friday night in Bartow at wide variety of numbers from Peak
being conducted off the apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and completed Fate usually frowns on 30 Restaurant I musicals to
training at Fort Jackson Good slaughter steers, $19 25 7: o'clock at John's Broadway planned
Mrs. Ralph P. Chambers of 1231 those who overbid misfit
coast of Taiwan S. c, to $20.75, utility $11 to $1721; Next Sunday there present.As .
Kathleen Road, Lakeland, graduated hands The exception occurred PLANT CITY-Fair and warm
Joseph J. Hinder Jr., seaman good heifers $19.35 to $2079; will be a Charity Masterpolnt a special attraction Mary
Feb. 14 from the Aviation with the above cards weather last week
In Lakeland. and Her Baton Twirlers brought peak
and $14.50 $16
apprentice USN, son of Mr. utility cows to cutter -: game Kay
Machinist's Mate School In Jet from a recent game in Lakeland strawberry production and
t Mrs. Joseph J, Hinder of 835 City $13 to $14.60, canner 511
Engines at the Naval Air Technical Lady Luck not only throngs of visitors to the annual
to $12.79 cutter and bulls
North Iowa Ave., Lakeland vis- ; utility ,
ited Francisco Feb. 1317 Training Center Memphis Thomas R. Judy airman, $1910 to $17.50. courted one South player but I NEWS OF RECORD I berry exposition. While

San Tenn. He received instruction i In USN, son of Mr. and Mrs Ellis she also gave him an indiscreet last year's attendance records
cruiser USS Good and choice calves, $20
aboard the
heavy Jet fundamentals jet power Judy of Routs 1, Polk City is "squeeze" which he ap- CIRCUIT COURT Ire .i.m7, olt, d f lull Judinuntor were being broken at the fair
Saint Paul, which operates out to $24, standard $18.50 to $217. 'ul" I 0'" : : SXMolSlnelolr .
plant operation and replacement'serving aboard the antisubmarine $11 $19 choice veal- plied to an overconfidentEast. RM Fo.r D, smith ,.IIU.. lor tree Rellnuu Co. olo. w Ruuoll growers were marketing closeto
Calif He returnedto utility, to ; :
of San Diego, erelerehle.C.rlll I Holcomb, omen final judinual
and line The million of berries.
flight operation. warfare a pints
aircraft carrier
$2750 to $2929 good. 523 Ann Bull tee Uinlio BrldVo.T Cs
San Diego on Feb. 19. curriculum also Included disassembly USS Bennington which departed ers Most N-S teams got Into ."". I.f.lotBurtn:.Y-r.: :::" W. Bun Plant City and Dover handlers
to $26.75, standard, $2090 to R Adarre. Pour Ann Adair dl- n r. (Inftl ,
Patrick D. Dean son of Mr. and assembly of Jet Feb. 19 for a six-month Western trouble after North's vigorous ryrc.!: Rled Munor .. Wllllom Frank Minor / of the fruit reported 834900
$22.50; good feeder stocker O. T, Realm 1 .. 1.. and dorroo
ax vf "
and Mrs. Donovan Dean of LakeJOYNER'S power plants and power plant Pacific cruise. The carrier Is steers, $17.50 to $19.90, common bidding of clubs and hearts Union B.nk oto* 1II00to... loto- 1Ia t rlnie4 Horaoi Ine IW
removal procedure, the hub of an antisubmarine and medium, $14.73 to $17. I clashed with South's equally rJ"Jt1.n.: : ) Bink of Time,. ot..1 mortptu ot u>.. dual dotroo loro- through Friday while visitors to
'Hunter.Killer" which is Insistent bidding of spades vi. Orovor C. HowoU. .orl.MO toro- A.'i1 Cum Jr. ... Blnor. Curli, the fair disposed of another 10-
JOTTINGSGood Robert H. Powell airman appregtice group Medium heifers 518.25 to oloiuroJomn final ,.. for dofrndanl
composed of surface, subsurface and diamonds. Robert Thorn- Roy Virrlih n Par b.1 decreeems,,,, Bank .to. re 000 pints via the shortcake and
USN. son of.Mr, and $117.73, good heavy calves, $20.90 roe. :I.K: I Rear o. Bhulor ot ui ot al. not
1 Mrs Robert H. Powell of 1925 and air units working together hill of Winter Haven sitting Wn B lorBlckl! M HlckloJK"rs d cr o (orocloilni mortoMOFlnt pint cup purchases
to $23.50 medium, $17 to $40.
favlMi Loaa of
morning! With Spring on Sylvester Road,' Lakeland as a combined force to' $14 to $17.50 medium South finally issued an ultimatum a .,ot ....",, and .man r .it,. NJ and, etc n Atu.: ,ram..lr 5 Indications are, according to
its way, many of us begin con find and destroy enemy submarines common to his partner with a ::.' ; re. wim.ni B, HHUIol C.nnl.h..,, .., Hi ol al. final ,.._ Wishnatzkl and Nathel of Plant
graduated[ Feb. 20 from Aviation and good light, $23 to $27, com ot of mortoHo lormoluro 1 tI 'orlOlo "' .nd "lw
Bennington will visit Ha- resounding bid of liNT Doug Th. see 01'" i BUlk for 4llno. In It.Ii COUNTY COU.T City and of
of fishIng Walden-Sparkman
templating the pleasures Machinist's Mate School at mon, $2023 to. $23.50, interior, -llr York oto >i WilWr. ........ kllinioo
and boating. We certainlyare the Naval Air Technical Train wail for training exercises before $13 to $17.75. Hall of Lakeland, sitting East, o.ur.WYUet .. .,. a enesa. Is,.-, VlriN>nd Tror Inn wad R.rburn a,,.:.J' 44.Pl.nl.Cps; Dover last week and this week
departure for Japan and responded to challengewith Douilu it, Lokiludud will bring the season's peak
log Memphis Tenn. He '
fortunate to live In a partof learned the theory of reciprocating the Far East as part of the a lead directing andpenalty I m- I.ud ,aakla't.d' : Soup. U. toko-: production_

the country Seventh Fleet. The carrier Is double.West l ociitr (or Minn n.rtford, Conn Carl' uurdort, K 0. Holnoo, Cll, end
plants and aircraft ote. Don.ld w. : beau ..... ..
power fc I tudiori ol ui Joknion. K 1101.
I that affords usI scheduled to return to her home LodgeExpected dutifully led a heartdummy's ...,t.... ior.uloour.. CItf. Puhus. Va'o rare loo11'1 .
line operations The curriculumalso first bid nn.o.1 HuiUd ... Honrr WUIItmDoroihj studio Oonnlri Qulnunilin. If, A.. : LoVn "o : I : :
I these natural included familiarization ;port in early August. Huiud Jr dlvoroomnk kurnd.lo" ind Lupo Mullnon flor.i. Publlo ortakolao* .
i suit and East forced declarer' Morlo L.lltt tL Prank R9d. Aueur.dNI.l.. PuW.&ndc'o"r: ;:; slop
4 I recreation f with Intermediate, major and Lu.o t alroro. winter K. or Lakeland t6
acHltles. ace. thornhill studied M }.decal n Lead A.en. von kW'"I.II:3. ., ... Mn Aloha J.nYln..JO t]
of I ., ... ... Bddlo Kamlnikr db. Carol Rid C....
special inspections power Lake Alfred 11'1010' H. p Y .11 31 Winur II.
The the dummy for some Indication e, Ya. Walacc a.. noru llonn Lun.r Ph.rll.' St UklUndond :me....ro. to. .. coctlla "or,..

{ Joyner Lumber To Run of a misdeal. Hall noted Poi.! TratrD rrIn tovlnf., end Itf.n Aon .Kor DIM. Tnoiockor. It LokoiMid W I Badnwk Can. n. Jianotu Nor.
I Company fits Hubert L. Conner USN son the of the North LoJulud. ell vi Yowl. Oor.ld Oiklor Clomonto, SO, Lakeland< W"' 'i oo.COUNTY,
t ] GLASSD of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnis C. Connor appearance Bchllot u n *I, _rtt... ioroftldnwood ond Jorc. Ds ,. 1 e. Lay CLAIMS COURT
Into this picture cards with at wry smile and ....ure ..... rIN
of 330 MANCHESTER NH (AP- n ,ini. Bonk tmnu. CLAIM eouarUriiolono *. .
with the West Davis Ave, &.sflr' n. D.L.oaCosts.
materials .
il choice comments on proper rid/ ... Lom. ol .i. trr.IID otui OtilriotU

that we I Lake Alfred Is serving aboard The Draft national Lodge for chairman President of Com-the bidding of misfit hands .....rJ"1I.lIonll UarMHO. ; Am", oto p Toi.tl!>......il"e.!0104'.!, Mr. Kobort .. William.i.t.DIII..to A. P.,*too. ..42eIn'..
| sell for those the anti-submarine warfare aircraft of "ham" on "wry"perrorma .. Jim., r. M.coll ., ... nioru B Oroon. ItOM C.rt Mrvlro n Mr ant
a sort .... .. ..,.. M Tooiluioon 05555r5N
I carrier USS mittee said Saturday he Is certain or. r. Co. n Prod Orlin Mn Oann and Mr and Mn
who want to Bennington ftce. '. Cs.,:... 91e.r..ils M
I Henry Cabot Lodge will ed.a ... ".lri. tomMnioo Co. ... O U. Lw- 1I"old J. ,.
Tom Jovn.r,, Jr.build or I 1 which departed Feb. 19 for asix. Pint. .... 01 Aiin Carpenter 1"11II T. mod
repair i.vloii ud Loon
their own boats. You will find -month Western Pacific eventually resign as U.S. am- Lets Club Jack Rid of, KL MMiolo....U"..... ..." ... *.mi.lM Y.IwoP. TwTjI".. 0* tee II... Sat Wreaq amyl PLrdltur.P. D.rl.Co, ;: Cant. Swain.
1 f.dvsv X onmnur Sleet do- a60 Mplerln..600
we carry all of the materials cruise. Bennington will visit Ha- bassador to South Viet Nam Thornhill started his decimation erio lorocloilni Itaborn ,. Y P Tontllnian Co. '.. I.... WordPukllo A.,.. Pin.... M of Lakrland '..
marine I r waii for,training exercises before and will become an active candidate of East's assets by ">Oitorn ri Ch.rUn.. final Sirs vi ;.ttooon.. D n.u., Junior O u that .,
you need. We have .crc. Lou Cs of l.l I nd n Aetna M n. Co ol L k l n r..
II for the Republican presidential J. R. nPa.t' Uarr 12.
departure for Japan and "ride"for .
and exterior plywood in the letting the club Jack Ttorld. Iav 'un'D uond NI,, ila]] Aetna Pt.... Co. of Lout.d tae
various thickness that are necessary the Far East as part or the nomination. trick two. A diamond was ail...pnolopnwnu, Sno. olo, dU- Loon Lion of Ukfl.nd. Bull Hob.. Uo JonklM' sliest.
Seventh Fleet. The carrier Is At a news conference at and S more ",. .. D apLot,H.rUio 1, WUMn"*liqa. I Allro MrCall vi, Don. Oallowar.Ma.(MM.,:
We carry In our yard led to the ace .to.i:, O1,, Cont tlnt andd Po- P'OTlid I ? ,ga.'sftr"1 .uwrrlor.167 Pavm. t. Omen. L,
clear heart tidewater red cypress I scheduled to return to her home'Lodge headquarters in club tricks were won. After

which is the finest of boat I THAT'SOUR port in early August Hampshire, where the nation's these first ( tricks East was

building lumber. We have this first 1964 presidential primarywill squeezed into an Impossible PRIJt$

tidewater red cypress In all be held Tuesday Robert choice of what S cards to ORo'

widths lengths and thickness Mullen of Washington said he hold. South easily parted

We also have western red cedar, BUSINESS Sgt. York Again based his predictions on information with a heart two diamonds 05

another excellent boat lumber.' received from George and two spades on dummy's *

You will find oak for chines' C. Lodge, the ambassador' clubs. East had to hold one J ae"'
i Out Of { it.
framing, keels, etc. I) CT Hospital son. heart honor to protect vs.

The other materials necessary No Advice dummy's hearts. This left

such as brass screws, bronze AUTO GLASS JAMESTOWN Tenn. (AP- Hall vulnerable In the spade
BUILDING GLASS OF All The younger Lodge said laterIn and diamond suits
ringed nails, marine glues, Tough old Sgt. Alvin York has rr
Boston that he had receivedno I
paints and so on are In stock KINDS ought off another Illness and. He kept the king-ten of I

We also have a wood working ALUMINUM ENTRANCE gone back to his farm home InPall definite advice from his spades and the queen-eight of aye4

shop where DOORS Mall, Tenn. father diamonds. A spade finesse by
we can cut materials
"It I Is belief that he will
to your specifications If STORE fRONT METAL The year-old hero of World my Thornhill gave him the ace.
you have in mind building a MIRRORS War I entered the Jamestown'allow his name"to remain on the queen and Jack of that suit
Oregon ballot Lodge said On the 3rd spade trick Hall e.
boat or old hospital two weeks suffer-
repairing an one, METAL SASH GLAZINGCENTRAL ago, 7 ,
Henry Cabot Lodge's name hon
come in to the Joyner Lumber Ing from dehydration and In a had to discard his heart .4 j ,
was one of those placed on the his II diamond T.
or to protect
Company at 601 West Lemon semicoma. It was the eighth a
Street and let us help you. time he has been in the hospl' Republican primary ballot by queen. ThornhIll's diamond
See GLASS ft MIRROR CO. tal in 18 months Oregon Secretary of State Howell king won the 12th trick and
you next week. I I 1 Appling Jr. It will remainon Hall deliberately threw his r
302 N. mgroham A,..
Dr. Guy Pinckley said York
TOMAdv the ballot unless Lodge files on the king making
Phone: Mutual 6.6169 issn't fully recovered but that queen
a statement with Appling that ThornhiU's Jack good for +1
his condition Is much Improved. he is not a candidate. an over-trick. Hall explained

He was discharged from the Lodge's name will not be on that as long as he had been

READY WILLING ANDEGER hospital Friday. the ballot I in New Hampshire wrong through 12 tricks be
York won the CongressionalMedal Tuesday. However the Lodge wanted to make It perfect 4t7yr4t

of Honor In 1918 after he committee has been campaigning ail
Teams 2e3 I
I single-handedly killed 25 Germans for write-In votes. There Is %

and captured 132 In the a slate of convention delegate Two recent masterpolnt

Argonne Forest to ballot. In Polk County were
: __ pledged Lodge on the games
two section events The Monday

afternoon game In Win-

TRIPLE ter Haven produced these
READY Bring out At Beauty winning team Mrs. J. P. a"

with woliry bleak' cortiflod ky = ti COVER of floors and Woodwork Tyner of Plant City and Mrs.

Sklllroin", Tottlnt lokorotofy Philip Trohn of Lakeland;

..4 .,,_.4 ky UndorwrrfenWILLENG Mrs. Frank Stapor and Mrs

LeMrotory. HOUS E. F. Jukes of Winter Haven;

a t Mrs., Robert SUufer and Mrs.

t' Carl Jackson of Winter Haven
T* fr..* you fed ,.......11... t @t PAIN l OG r and Mrs. Robert Welsh
.",10.. .nywkr. ., *.,.1.... __ ; ;
? and Mrs K. W. Jackson
EGER Winter Haven. These were the
yes why 1018 ILOCKS COST Spre1 winning teams In the Special
L\k aside Ier ..iUC.ku'n"V; NO MORI THAN Masterpolnt game In Lakeland -

LreMrNri1.. .i Flnoit) ORDINARY BLOCKSllf' Ttio .-. .r. two .. our Iholoo, Poo. ... IMmo. Both print oompWIoMlnrooton. I : Doug HaU and Alex
..... ape.. M oonllnuod rooool ardor Tho mod OMlruliiio ,
.....,.. ..* con M ..._ In two htu... Steinberg of Lakeland; Mrs
I Jim Nlcholls of Lakeland and LOOKS LIKI PUM-Tkrw hey M rikl rile. hmdly .. Honk Higelnb.,.h.m. left, Mn .f Mr.

3 Concrete % Mrs. Peter Witeck of Wisconsin : .nd M... H..." H. Hiltlnktk.M, MI Wrt "r Drive, talks" .,., .len yMr's ..,.rlo",," I.. t".

I EAST SIDE LUMBER CO. ; Mrs. Stapor and Robert lisp ". Darby with tko*. H.sslxkotk ..*. L.h.I*d'. ,K, .. M, 4 mi wise ? ,.,.... I.
of Haven the _l01I." Akron. Utror.! ..
Thornhill Winter ; t t* him ere, khn|, Richard Poocock, .lilt sec of Mr. ... Mr*.
On* Mil lot Of Llgkt PI... On U. S. 92 and Dr. and Mrs. E. F. J. C. P..cock .f 1911 .
AuburndaU Florida Ph. WOodlawn Ml75 Hwy. P.'"* "A" Grate a"ta"* "iM-. ... .' Mr. .". M.. T. R. c;.,.

Phone MU 2.4651 Jukes. The regular muter .lead of InJ 1."7"" St.' esd Tammy MMM> ""*".. see .* Mr. ... M... J. .. H. Mon ..

point game on Sunday night .f ISO Cto,sad** A**. C.LWo.. Pkot ly H".....)

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Round-Up S Personal Notices


___nn. HHH.nHn_..._....'n'.nnn.nnnnnnnnH__.. ._----.. ipwlal attention nv" uw
I j II..... tI Span murat MU
> e 14 ft TrOt
last meeting of the Sertoma Harry White Militant to the Minimum It Word .1M1,

JUNIOR Club Kelly, a gubernatorial President of Berea College and Minimum Clwr *-$1.0J Canto LOU sLIP Road Cow M-4011 Shop, Dr 20.*.

DOWNTOWN candidate of Word Dan Aria Bain Can kdaprdl, sill ,
spoke on some ""IN saver*
CHAMBER will speak on "The Appalachian HtMI Aww10S obtain, iwm. cor.Dim
LIONS .1 the things on which his plat null and initallallon, II...
0' form Is based Country. Yf rdo duds of .....It. to choon from.
5if 1 i fll#
...SI aUI
COMMERCEApplications At the next meeting Dr., The Youth Employment Ser- D R A P 5 I.
{y:S I ',reeds and nb.I.'o,"' ,. em'?
vice (YES) program of the CLASSirtlD.space, RATa work Una aMaruon tf ,..",..
n a par lams HUB
Ierm1. 7 U
Y a nllmalo sass
> '" Sgt. Darrell R. Jansen safety for the Mist CigaretteTax Sertoma Club li In full swing CLASUniD DIBPLAT RATS Now Tampa Hlihwar w...A...,

> officer for the Florida Highway Lakeland Contest, April 3 and and members advise persons OoalraM sale lUWi ptr comma lI..n Hob....uo.. AUTO INSURANCE- DO 100,150t'-tad annldenl Ilthl., :

Patrol's Troop C headquartered i are available at the Jaycee RebateAt wishing to hire youths that now WANT AD DEADLINE months \0 par Call MU ",S4M,
office on Lake Mirror DotiYS FAIRICa 30JJ tills
In Lakeland will be Drive, ii a good time to get started "ORO ADI dill specs ADO Plorlda 0.105 out of b.".....
Winner of this year's pageant 4 30 p C. Cop b.rom "bllo" .
the main speaker at the next will receive a free trip to Nai- $89,283 for summer. son I.....' ...d..'. ounce. attarnl. lOt Ik Sultana sic.ll.
.d. ...., be I. our .11I. ..
> .. meeting ol the Downtown Lions tau, plus trophies and other for 4 30 >IB, rtldu I.CLAMIPIED DHAPII: SLIPCOVERS, ixd-
> apnads and ...tI....,... Ci.tam
Club. prizes. Polk cities received DInn.AVI ..'b. Lan MltrUn o! ,..",.,
County I N a m dao Mora psbllrsOn.
He will speak on new traffic The new Board of Director I $89.283,81 of the $$3,248,588.42 distributed ROTARY adi.muil<..<..bt., In SunHari our IIIM pans Frbday ....*w. *Tampa iumat*.nnh. ,Mtv.ar term. OH,2JJIH ....

for the Jaycees win be electedat I aui IIILItODO-OIV' tens;
Jaws which came Into effect to qualified municipalities D lor II 00 aooal ln Unl
a meeting on March 17 at t In counties from net cigarette An ado mart a* la Hi. Ltdnroff ir Asthma and liar Ptvrr KmMnonMfallon
Jan. I. B Kennel--Dip'
the Crest Ira Mfor lioo am. *at>
Restaurant 7
at tax collections in January, urdar lor vubllcaUaa la Mom i Ibutor 3119 North riorlda Ann .
At the last meeting Wallace .
night Members will be eligible
I p.o.e. mme.SCHOOI.a
Richard B. Keat
Wellman spoke on The United to vote only if they have'according to Ty Tarby director of tho Th. Ledfar win aol lit t*. CLUIIR .hG" ,;;;:
'Ing. director of the State Bev aMnilbl lop nor ibav *a* Sara from and 10 600.. call ass-
Fund Drive In Lakeland and a attended SO per cent of all 1 I Department. Florida World's Fair Authority, '....rr... loMitlo I16JOU" S PJII.

film on the campaign was presented meetings during the past year.O' erase The department collected $4,- who Is putting on the Florida THE LAKELAND LEDGER

by John Noel 586,78107 and of that amount exhibit will show colored slidesof TELEPHONEMU.61151 BUILDING TRADES

1338192.65 went to tile state the exhibit and others to Corpsntirlnj
emus Building
et. DIXIELAND general revenue fund and the members ot the Rotary Club on

41x' CENTER I liONS remaining amount to municipalities ROOFING, WINDOWS aluminum
Tuesday. .idlni .......... ...00r.. auafatlona .
Sue ANNOUNCEMENTS 10 ontlll to pal aConuatllnc -.
t.s t. IIWANISnUl In Polk County Lakeland Collected I Coaipaar Inaund.rnon. .
MU S-tats. A. Iimaur
the largest share with Z Card ef Thanks m.in, MU "'081, f 110...
Greece Have
Plans to attend the State, $3965253, while Winter Haven TO CARP TlR. BLOCK and brickwork
as, family and I mats t* Mlmd .
I m *auia
Raul Lastrs. a native of Lions Convention to be held In I collected $1920191 and Bar. Another our biwrtftlt Inanka to all UIOM 11.' rlorlda MU (.I.room..
Cuba until three will Queen who hate been M leMnua with I
years ago, Hollywood are being made by tow collected $U.794.24. "mp.lh. card. Clovtra and

ell t be the main speaker at Thursday members of the Dixieland Lion i Other cities and towns to receive Who's Not GreekATHENS moil ol all pro.ra. durlnc ourrMMt I
of the Citrus morrow In Uii 1 low stout
night's meeting Club. funds Auburndale
were lone .na. S D, ,Cvuarll Mae ONE STOP SERVICEFREE
Center KlwanisLastra P. B. (Bud) Coker will be in I $4.329,55. Dundee, 1179.15; Clod ba M I.n..... WHO bin
(AP-Greece Is to kindness' to them *a they hoot
4 will speak on "Cuba charge of the next meeting ol f Eagle Lake, $1,18249; Fort 11M. cone,no. with usaLADYa I ESTIMATES

Today" and wlU relate the the club Tuesday night at 1 Meade, $3.39919, Fro tproof, have a new queen who like her W a LlVINI COUNCIL ODd'

present situation in Cuba what o'clock at the Crest Restaurant 3171.39 and Haines City $9,- predecessor, Is a non-Greek Remodeling

to expect from Castro In the Program plans will be announced 19390. Nordic matching the classic Wt desire to ..areas I* our kind Florida Rooms

UP AND OVER-Chlapir Ctiipman file. Ihrowgh the sit from future the dangers Castro represents Also Lake Alfred $1(3911; Greek mold of beauty. .lihbora.. hrarUolt and thank thoualiUul for frlandi that Additions Repairs

the wets ski Jump M lak Hollln|>worfh *l ho prettiest for the to Americans and whatLutra' Members of the club Invited I Lake Wales, $9,45111. Mulberry. Princess Anne.Marie of Den The 0501 ..iprrtttoa...'".1 floral of armpa1 0115,105, ,. Storage Space

lkalon1 Wets Ski Show Ihlt oH.rnoon .t 2 o'clock. The show solution is to the prob- Lions visiting the Lakeland area $2,38641; and Polk City pine ..ooasllp .r.'slO4.' .
mark, 17, after her marriage to Roofing
will sets 0 "Roorini Twonfin" th.", end will footuro /Jumping, lem.The to attend the meeting $601.46.
the new King Constantine ten Moe 1f Y PltAISER AND
doublet, clowna ond trick ikiin|. H. li (tying eve, seethe ...t.. speaker Is employed by CHIUlRICN BANK RATE FINANCING
Wellman.Lord as an architectural WORLD ABOUT SAME tatively set for next Januarywill -
tklor, lto",1e WkiH.y, wko will olw appoor In todoy'i skew ( L**.

..' Photo ty Huohai IEVERYBODY draftsman and lives In FORT COLLINS Colo. (AP) succeed to the place on the Thi family ol Dennis Wllry o.ul'Ilk.

Tampa with his wife, Emma SERTOMA -Quote of the day: Mrs. Cora throne held by Frederika until to eon,... tnvlr apprctall McGinnes Lumber Co.
to all Ins many frundi who wan
and a two-year-old daughter. CLUB liowerth one of the United the death of Paul w kind, I* ui In .ur urn olorrow
READS At ,the last meeting new States' first women physicians, King on Friday ........lIr to Mr.. Ro a 600 West Main MU 13141
Mad0,050 d tn* .mpln,.. of both
members of the club were welcomed had this comment on her 100th Crib Ch k itorN. Th." Uiouihuful

The LEDGER Want Ads. Call MU 6-1151 To Place Into the club by Roy T, birthday Friday: "The world Is Frederika Is a former German deeds t......will. ll.e in our aitmtry .

Your Ad In This Active; Market Plact. Alexander lieutenant governor Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland,, about the same It's haywire princess MN MAlt AtmRT 17 hfermlnollng

of Klwanis District 10. waa the main sneaker at the, most.n of. the tlm.m.*_..." BLOODWOItTH
....I. WILIY

ciety's Explorers Hall rises un M..... JERRY wan

from a marble podium that provides SWARMINGcALL

a classic base for soaring
4 bit and Found
columnlike fins. The marble fins
', j terminate In a wide clotted can LOuT, VIII.LOW told Lady lain, rl your hoot to Dr....' In*
w.toh. sold cord bond, 011 .r lailon ol ....h.. and anu. Prl...
.. .Lltt. 't r 7?' J.'f opy. about Pubruary IS I1-I100. morn 4 rooms lit to, S mom.
HIM. a room. .1170, Town.
3700, RMura for paymant otad

Poe "INAL. OlaCHA"QI LO.T, SLY chain Plvt or a?
'. > In M*, Fatal of ko... .halls ....... Reward Whisk Chemical Co.
\ ;: .. RUTH SANDERS llfARPP. Call ..i aiol,
: !>.....i1TO Lost: : aeAoLs d... bl.k. Ian
I"i ,- t ALL WHOM IT MAT CON ears. whlto tip 'III 10. t., N. MU 6-1356
CFRVl, .n es oh.ln .liar. Vlolnlt of5dneral.C
Noilr I* hi>b. ,l I..n that 1 South D.In. It.m.
hove filed mt final .. n.t an AililnlKtratorot PM.WM. Plan call MU a 11IJ
the moots of RUTH 21 Reefing
: ; s hut I lv toad my iwtltlnn for 5 Personal Notices ROOFINO DIPINDAIL5 wora.mnanafllp. .
$ / "Don'ttouch > \ final dlachart. and Hint I will. lase p..to. lieOl.no. -
npplv to th* linn RU'HARD A. .u" I.LL. mad Mow tans .nd t"mbo' Company ace
RHONHOV. nunlT Julie or Pnlk .,,rune .ond., DIa1 MU '-4S118to. W, Maly, MU0141.
County. Hnrirta. on the 19th den ..11m.". C.lbtrooR N.rdw.rs ALL TYPM ra >ntlal w .....

: .nf nani Marrh and 114 for for final approval dl.c-r.ru of the TRADINO TAMPS ..rhn*..l *rMutnt m.relal mole "..".01 or raplarMii .
I Altmaa, S07 Sul LimaIU 'a Roollni end Inert ..,101.
r .' RUTH BANDERS nf tOt KHAIU'B ends. d.nl ..M3, 1101 wnt. Oil>.. MO S.3111..__

.1. J : ; Daddy's cmordIhla, 11th let nt Phriiar 1BMI .

\, CIAUnn A. SHARPKtat"
..rotor the ... SERVICEDIRECTORY
.' ;.... 't ,,' ... 01 rumi "HA\DERBBHARFR. BUSINESS
......... .I !. Do....&,
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.. ,: : ,paper19Every n"1if y-eat.
; : .\ Pt.JSLIC' NOTIcgNotlro 1:1

.' I. h..hr elvon trot the
('ity 'omnll..lo" of th* City nf ,I
Port Mead will ...'i-pt hid on on"*
II) ltfn. Companion Unit m.*t- FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE :
Inlf the followlna anectriratlnmtn .,
rh... -eon.irlratlon. ... Int.nd.d WHEN YOU NEED ITI

: ( dearrlba a r.Hr'|n. '; ... ,. body nf 10 culls yard f.rnlturs
,.,/ Mparlty, tcllLlv* of tflllgateRlildra I Appllsncts
,', ..: :'' li.a r.qulr.4 tn "hmll ...
> noon!' 5050 furnltun Set
.i ohio Ih latt I PROMPT ropara. 5n stet..salon ,.
I ; on model nakrrefiiii ron MoIher'S Purallura phone ....
11 hodr of Ih* rear.londlna: nathtne osahlnes. and
., typ*. and romnlc-t.lv hvdraullcally appllatOaa, tall Thrllt CII"1ItI'.1o. ,131.
op.r..d. ......".. nf the ..onv.nl.dvanlaiM D.nartln.OL ode-alsa.
,' .m'e end ot illarrarf lamp Rspalrt
In* the load by mean of a pitnh- Service
Aute K pfllri -
w nut panel It I I. th* aiwrlflo Inter LAWS. REPLACEMENT .h.......
OIf thorn uperlflratlono to dew-rlli Lamp pan. and npalr. tarirlalHtudlo.
'- hla typo nf body. fVinv.ntlonidtimplnc RICHARDS arctDoumRaarTlr .. 1801 iiouta orliaui' A'.-
to ., *. Complft. rapalr and .. MU 0sass.Mevfng .
I a .j' f'.pt' :i'1t'E b. hol.llnf th* body wlaio.ntxl .IIIh. .wnlr. 119 midland Ilr.el n"
only ai an alternat
I.' '' :: ''' hid In .n....' 10 thin inMtmion. M-OHS ft Storage
I The pu.h...", panel that III..h...*. PHtlAb CAR wash II M. Wash
> ; t I ...., oat Or..nup.
: the malarial collected nhall b* ac and at ALLIED: VAN LlnM for belt not*
Iv.t.d hr a ilouhl..acilna/, : ... ., P... .Ira up and >".. Inc ..r tine. Y.rcall Wat.heui.
itaa. hydraulic cylinder. ''coupleto or. 910 Souls Morlda oil *. T....,.", a pui>h.nut bar and operated "lea.OSNSRAL. .-..13.
injunction with a ulnnl. ataaiInniplnv TlRa mfvfrd 'ronl
.. hrdraullo cylinder AIhydraullo sod ellenmena. truck and eatwh..l Painting
rylin,lr*. valves, and balanrlnt N.w and nun
rorklnir' cnnipiinenla of 111 south- II... Mlraad MU I.1171Aute .
out pnl mimt b* readily l- PRINU opncfAL Will .In'
block. {elm. On. tenpaint I.
Ole molnterasthrousla fill
Seat CsviriBsekkeeplng eludd two or them brdroomhouM
hponlnc at front of bmlv Pnh-
for Ml. All* hoUMiuh
Out ,rontrnl to b. ,.",.t.d on bothlute. .. .3S6,
ln -
at front of hralv LIND'S AUTO 5.q Conra
Body hydraullo ".'.m fo npratat <. SleW automotlea Intorlo. 'JII
'I a pre.iur fiat to outd liUI Last ".In. Pk101 'U 1-7110. Plumbing Supplies
the aid.* and bottom of the Andy K. H MORHln Do-ll YounaUPlumbins
ire to b* poiulrunl.il of not !... and SIHUIcal 5i ..llra.
ln It cane. high tanull at.l'. 'rlt infornatloa and diiiorr,
n.nlly..lnlo".d. All body *.amarrpt lOOKltUPING AND 10,010. Taymr tooL ..nul. pip'
    roof ore to b. welded 01iolh ,,", oar or aeniosb fool b. .2' bollro mrnlm. ese-5415.
    .li1... The aid nh.t. should donoodahia. Mltl.."101. Sill CHI.Phan. 818.11.34. "...1.0'.
    h.v. three row of corruiHllon for
    ddltlnnal alrantih and If* nldri Printing
    'If th* body vrtlrally rolnfun-x Building
    with (', Inrh rhannrl Th bolt FOR ALL four pnlnUna 0wdbesll
    ihail be protaotiul with a bukrd o I N a R 4 L CONIITltIlCTION IIU 7.4405. C.mm.rolol .....
    on.m.1lnl.hA A platform hall Room .0101111. Custom ..bl.... ln.. ...llorh....., Utfcoirapblnl,
    h. provided moot h pads "f Ih. lnlaloe nwrlor d.totallni tntr5rlne,
    rear with aaf.iir hand rail for the 'r..n and ...". pin.lintRooflnl
    onder to rid on hiwn *tnp. and ildlai Pen 0,11.5t. Radlstsr ServiceANY
    "Id. door In hody ar. not iiilrd .. ... tut ......nto. Call *...
    The ..loadlni hopper .hall love 3H50 *1n. fraluman Local aoiir.cuir TYPI r.dlatOr Selre.
    on o p,nln. or not l... than a.v.n. Llt, .n.... and ond.dIMODlLIKO cleantna. .....,... ...b.lldln.Podd .
    ty.on* lilt Imh.a at Ih* IO.dlna:I ( AWNING. ,'. Radl.ur lnlg. MURewiavlng
    oda* and tote a vertical op.nli __.....I ..110.. aoiii. *.rIldlni .. ., 5ala1.RADIATORa.
    if forty.,lht (41) lnihi, not !I... and f.n..... Phone MU RLOCKa ..I..nodo.
    then on* and onquari cubic .
    111117 for fro. aitlmaWCarpeting
    0.01,1.. .,1.110 m.thed topale.
    yard unabl of cnpaclty. with a load sit ten.., 0..1. .. 1:10a
    inC approllmataly floe
    (I( Inrh.. bflnw Ins truck framo. Youth tlorld.. .83..801.
    The onllro lallaat will b* con.
    .iruct.d of M.nt.n it*.) or qual ARPET: sxrcRr: -. .III-toowall
    the patklno plste .hull b* con .nation. ....th.. I ruralturarhon
    I truot.d of Ifll.lneh Monte .1.., lUttllCencrit. run IXPKHT nw..ini of ..UO
    or ,",u.'. A .lIdlnlf .or door whirl ,* ... .n.... tliaratt buina,
    romplol'ly cov.ra the loadlnc opon aw,. Boll KHIuat ......ln mint .
    IIIIf 'hall' h* provided, whlih will .M.111*.
    01'.rai. automitlcally In oonjiino LIOtNlED COMCRCTI centra
    Ion with actuation of the p..'kin* bon Drlvawavl. floors slde.elbs' Swimming PsslsTslsvlslens
    rycl' or manually, and which ran ...... .,...... aurba M'loa end
    b* lork.d In the A. .. MorrA. 0960415.
    opn poaltlon arts L H. ,
    a ep.tr.d
    pouLa 0 L S 4 N D.
    mother raises her children to respect the importance of today's hla unit will// opera. t* on non...).... "....Iand. pat n a e d, .homlrol.. ....11...
    tine rout*. It mn.t b. rapabl of .ul.mMU. ".8. 103 SUo Msla.YU .
    with Dad. having the whole family yield r.u.bIRIf and pai-kln aurh Item. FencessIOTOAo a-0IeA
    newspaper. It goes being .i. full.nln dav.n_... lime llmh

    until Dad himself has finished with it. And when he b4 aprlncii. water hatr. lar,. mild campanr. I,..
    the daily paper wooden' ere be. ..... cardboardirlona .
    Lowasorlew a*
    with it Mom and the children will take their turn ; I. and ..I".. of all kind. ... inlMd. W* wool b* under FOR .LIVIIION ...al.. 05 511msa,0
    has finished Unit mint b* rapahl of t.klna all .
    : did .....I."d Induitrr, MO Srr I.... fellable _.Iet. salt
    '. of the None of your new.fangled S mil.rial throiiih rear bupp r and .. ...lliauaUcsme rariitr cur MU t-tiu
    at their favorite parts paper. larking m."onlom.Th. .

    I Inventions have eaten Into the position the daily newspaper holds. 1963 TOTAL AD DOLLARS body aha fir II llftlna Inrhid' and neenaaryqulpment aulonatlcally Tax UphelttsrlngFr

    durnplnt on* (1) and two
    A well-known study of the TV audience shows that "newspaper $2.OS 111> culls yard rnfiian ontaln.ra. III'HOLaTlRINct ew..
    Unit to b* cnmpl.t wills clearanr.liht INCOME TAX ,Id. SlIP sana5 and drapes. nsmhabl. -
    communication which showed ranee dlnx-tliinKl ., Pisa OIU..Io.. pick UD
    form of mass $1.04 liihla at roar
    is the only
    reading >;,TB and .*....*. y Md.cior.. $3 and up 0001I...... mono MI 4140. 101
    reaction when TV sets were purchased." Whereas, the his IdfiM A anltahl/ crone will b* d.llftredo HollUMiioith Ro.d.V.nellaa .
    no .
    the iiM-Mi.riil bidder at It* fan.lory.
    :: study found radio-listening magazine reading and movie Th* hid will' Include mount. II & R Block Co. Blinds

    same Ins. roB body fietnrrfhlo WMldan SAM, to ,M.Sat. .
    w&nt down when TV sets were purchased. NewtTV Haft, Kadi A. unit I 1. to h* noel for ,...1.n a... S U I VERTICAL AND Iwrlaonuli
    attendance papers lal, and Ind lati'I '...III..tll..... .....".... ....n....
    : "I'r: ::; :
    __ ) not rapahl of 108 West Walnut St. n/ll.lt AIM .ulomobll. >,n..
    handling all lyp.a of axn.ral r*' Mm bind. Air.tit*, doll HrMTVSI
    fii** ihould CoUsIn 'from blddlni; I Phone 685-1958
    Tax axamntlffli ..rllflo.... will b*

    i !MONE 1NVESTED:1NNEWSPAPERSTHAN: IN ALL OTHER MAJOR MEDIA COMBINED! furnlahtd All b/d.to mint the aurc.anful b* aealad bldiUi sod RAINED INCOMS dad m5- UDGtnCUISfFIIO
    ..".nt U 30 4 00. t 00 IUla
    .lnly mark.d, 8KAIPD RIDHOX 00 P II .....t luadara. rVr. ADS
    COMPACTION LMT, and In 005 1I".h.lI. 1700 ialhdea
    the offlr of the. Cite Manes' not Road Oml-4 ill ,
    'f"" atr than I M P.M.. 'rud.y, -
    starch it, lose, at whirl tlm all
    .l> hid* will p* opened and publltlyr IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS
    Y A Th' Cltr ........ the rlnht' toecpt BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I
    ''I'.' ", "" or rei.otents.d/or all

    .> bide and( to waly W iTOlRTNKT any fornmlltlIHAPT .. DIALMU 6.1151Ask, For Classified

    d ', 1 1tok1a' City Maair and Clark
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    54 ShIp Wanted, Mat? 56 SiloimoN 65 Mort0ntIMooo I* LlmtetkWloooaDa 5j loot, Motor, Swopliotlorn 103 F.rnltor & Appllont i 117 Automobile. W....

    21 RoofingALL 53 II sIp Woritid, Fomato AMUmODl MARA PDU.KR BROUI BOB inrurowr PlAIT PWMMO I'or. 11IO I'IIIIrD hit 5050$ ._ ..b.10r. too monlrii t 1d.,

    : MtrOllll StoOd fUMly-OWMd I I stoo o .otk IB IbIS MM tlo, port M* month. I* .051-. 1514, Sw Sep 0,5.00. aura 01*., I' .0..01.. llthlt. bortamptot .. STEREO THEATRE CASH FOR YOUR
    TYPEB of nildintllrommtrciil II. WOMAN TO llv. IB wIth ildirltUK _lOrol.. hll tool ._1.. (.0 DO nON* Tel tin OXPMt to M,. TlJBpa ""'311. HIM d ..' ...._ holfor. AIMipprtolaioloir .lt Ia. '1'. CA.P"1
    rooflni. ropalrtd) orroplinrU. pOOPI sad oatS of Mml. ..bill... nin e( MMuutio. tail such u otut oil .$. ..1& :..1. So aoroa al i.. ; RPESEDT. Cbotrolrt
    I. c Donon RooflnCompinr InvalId .... MU 3. italo chiricwr .... IT.to. Cooducoilon ). -* P u. to w. U ,.. con out 11' tar for _I. froth wotor. CIIII 1* FOOT Lrrnio boot. JO Iuotoury tti .1

    CM-tiii. 1111'1III1"011) JOtloook. Aonlr; .... nrtforrod. A..u"tom. ': II for dultrohlpOllloory ,FINANCING lout AVAILABLE with footponoail CMilrutlloa soC ..... *. MO l.n o. uuat. Oood elIot _and tr.I...,PhoIBoatM lisa..' finest of Its kind 811 I

    ''In "'.... 40. o.iI DPI. I. .d t. onralni aboro" .avtrt..I' SALMAO .AIITIID fir fish ...... for onUdon 5 Ml Wwil HlllllaBOtrowt. screen TV .tere I CAR PAYMENTSTOO
    24 Plsatsr.Stucc.PLAITIRINO 1037 last Nlln boom. Mutt M rend.. I* ooooptlot wi ||4o Otnualulonoontpiay ...._".. boSs ownort. Ltkud .: 1 hall ..... Cbirallilio. -I ror
    ... b, lurch 13 Par In. 01. 1 Milan Horafard aaautU player radio
    bononu. MorltM au hauls AM-F
    PATCHING a.. Ml Intonltw wrIU fully t* M. .. ore. U'.. acoldont nwpllalin ..n'80.111I. >BBOtOOO AMBUO. tlMITJ ... pour 8011_ ...b.. as- ir COMB Oralior olart WIM_ 1, over on .mall; HIGH?
    .etlll.i. Alloritloni and iddltloa LONGINGFor R. M Burner. Boo 311 chlr.. Apply" .......... Dairy. utW .1 HP Brlaradt tlontrlo
    .,.. ..11m...., UOOD..., Ml To). 0. 84 IMInoll. Still .... mb.oslion. 44 Lots Win Dpi... LOCAL OlAaONBO lit nor itotrt ont ...:. Brohnii an sod tilt trollor IITI. MU .3 with your ...a. Chonrolot .11 ,tr off
    .... MU. a.MM .......... and pOoh IOambmp ...i... MOM M nBOO for Inlormitlon lIe, 710 laoS Bltd monty p.yment modol ... lonolBono
    a new Easter Outfit I INEtD SALESMEN for 1.'IIOt,1I1chte.1 I pboni 5002103.FPHA A000IPT In .. I" lporl tad.. ,..u. 55 ono ton OOB oJIori.
    MAIN OIL ,
    arnoraontol PlMloh lain Hot nocnulci, RALPH MOORE Craft bit-'
    >l tat .Iu.... Potehlni In.llc. Opening now for women I MAli FOR aunt Haw wointtwork ,. 10100. Apply I1JS Watt OIKBtroot I .. tom. u.nsrlhlo Ib'.I. Call 682-0161 lot Mr. Mr DotES
    BUM North .
    ( .... i500 Apptr I5TI 3rd L.k.lond la. e I .o
    mtlmtiM. Henry I WlIlitni ) strot" or tall MU I 14M.
    MO0740. who want extra earning I ..,...,.. Mtnr .1.".., M Tr.I 10 3.1, ,
    II TO 60 rasPs 01. DtlWtOo a.onunO. .. I. foaL 35 iS)'
    showing AVON cosmetic. par .U...... *04 .0.05n000. n'CAP. lOON Wto 104 01 Oil fool PEDAVISCHEOL
    Act 92 Went* IhmtOCfc. NtSWANTED Jo. ...uo. ,
    BUSINESS SERVICE NOW Earn More Ekporlonco hot _. and CONVENTIONAL, BMrott

    Write P. 0 Box 1395or BE YOUR OWN BOSS .nrP. I Call. an-u7 SundtMireh .. ''W .ol ro.. PROPAMB GAS nor oooktBl. hoIni :
    I or apply IB portoa L, A nay dilrf oottll so, .t
    36 Lownmowon & Sonic WITH MAYFLOWER Lokoland Bnurprluo Mondoy MORTGAGE kind WIU..' .... lash ..... bo... IrrlttUon lad 31 .
    AM.. atlj orlraai ASI ....... Poworo Dtlry U 4MJI.MERCHANDISE. Honor for lood Ilihlal boat Oor.BlootrK '. trial _3. I_y'i ;ThEl3 CLEAN .sr. 'alModL
    IM SmIth KontuokyII .:parlal ..
    INEXPERIENCED. 01 I. Call IIU 53505.AT .
    REPAIR ON oil Bioko Itwnmowon ,, .
    tx>riB Blir nboniao coblaornltor A..I '
    LOANSTo ali"
    and small Pails... Pr. ott Io Call 682-4137 EXPERIENCED DRIVER Work Wonlod HP M.rturr Motorinllor .1 CAIN for nlphup. 1,1.01 01
    ...1.. _..... .. 1 '
    on Oiblo) A. wlnrb 1101 tar .n' ." Plooo ooUMO
    Eltctrlt. lot Norm Florida A... .. Hort 105 1 0
    Lakeland ll A -3m MO J..II
    Pb... MO I-IJOI II. Mllni RogulrodTrillrn TRACTOR WORK wontod How ntko your vroptrty ooilrr to onoo ta 311.CA.
    ino nod dHoIni. Now ooulpain. Mil or your drtom. homo outerlo 11 HP IHnrudo molor oiottrtorior .. I" 5 51411. 055 OR sNoho.
    sod loilt tupplltd I Quick "".... Coll for ,... 0011. awa ttkp odvontoto ot inowr 5$ Iiko now btraaln. ui WE PAT .5.1 dlinondi ..I I sIll.. Call IaI-110S,
    37 Mottroi R.n..arlnlNATI..I. Paid -lo-irt PlO 0., You fin Iltytlii-Mtfortyelti .. old o ,1
    TrtlniniII 1 Prod Powort UU oVINO :i norm Pt li Atonut MU 1-0171 no told .I.U.. tllMni sill .. ,'.
    I ; :: : obtaIn up to 17% oi tho flrti ". ...", lot nWE ,
    .. AIRLINE OPPORTUNITY vau in II or onr. Pane phy.' ZIPPERs roplior.w. :IJI bOO of 'ilyo ind up 10 SOW 10 FT. ,. SII.SIb.S.I Id.. .1 OLD lunk tan or now'lit
    RENOVATTNO I. rIb own or ton 'I..... lOOt' ,mi uolno til klndt Mr ihi flrtl in 000 with pirmrnt TAIVMP" AND ,...*. 5015. with .', ,.'f..l." toil* toO WANTI. 'o oh. P5Oh.CaO .
    day I.r.A. Ar. Millrtio Con Uvtutr J4 Korloli .
    D:oiel-l>gg OH or Jiur ClroltWI Call todoy i BUT witch, .1.. .. .
    pint, Phono MU. 3.0543. Be A 10ro1ip5iL1t.i.I: and smniol LSntyls 1100011 'actr Irolltr n. l lood b '
    Stewardess For TheNation' DO tractor work dluloIOWIOI .. ...,.. Jowilry Aloo ,
    504511 midal lar *w ot 1407 Wool BtUaVllll : SInUOUSI WILL PAT 05sf Sot ..* ... 5Ppl010p
    WRrrlII. lOOdKIPlII. Also hors 714of aln4.. Lak.la.d Cro. MU _I3. ... 01.. Jo. .
    Most C onl.n Ure.I taint no to Cn.p n.
    49 Will Pumps o ProgressiveAirline .. be.a04Lahelond It..to'l'III.dirt K......bI.. Ml 1M7 or oopritMd ,.. with porMtalUrmi 11'.., Mp,00plal, ..a...$. leak a.. .or .10.1. 111 .
    ... ,
    I Udtor "J.. of 31 ytartPOLK la" tor
    LET MONTOOMERY. MOTOR sCOOTER for tolo II. and wad ..,_. For Hlr. Tr eb
    Word drill WANT .
    CARP&NTlRINQ Itob nod MU7a01.. 41 Hr tloctrlt ttirt and orulio MochlHory' A Tooli C.r
    your will and Ini oil Pa.r.iI., EASTERN AIR LINES ..1.11.. .1 ..., ........1. oak. OBOBI Ouord approvodooulpa
    ....... Gp u II monthi M pip Moro u the ....., opporunltt rlrif No lOb too Small ISA.PLOOM COUNTY VI8. SCOOTER P5,12 sod Jo'psi UNIVERSALDRAOUNB, ,.
    Phont MU' *.1103 ..... ... Old Tampa IIood 11. IIU nt. Uctaood 1t.1. oktraONB 11 lOCal ... bnsd .05. all. I'I whool Hoot \ .
    roll llfitlmt 011I.
    with TRAVEL 50000 I dt. .
    lorladi .
    DRILLING AND ....I.. :1-1100.: ... ,.o .. .H' 55000. TLepo.'5 MO "
    pump PRMTIOE. AND OOOD PAT' IINUUINO. wo iinininuni MORTGAGE CO. Motor lAIrS : MIl ''' "i.
    Initollolloa Sod "'11'. 24 hour You'II bo triintd it .Mlimlanilnit : Interior omlorlor work 1. "00. Gull rIo. .'IU,
    _.1... Piper, .ea.1.1I. VIII. Amorlco I moil Prot ..u......, rmonoklo Sri.... 315W M.rt AnHORTICULTURE. o UI.. "al. Pt. 120 firm ImplomoNtf
    bnuUIul Si..ardlos tro'nlni ...., MB-4IIJ lIJ03ell. Mr Turoion. MIl .7111 96 AatlquaANTIQUE 1-3750. 107 Plymblni Svpilto. I IMontgomer
    In when ..11 LAlla PRO"4TW MlNINO
    EMPLOYMENT ond' Iho mar iwimmlniollnl AND .ROCIt88INO OPERATION LOVELY_ ROME. oldtrlr) _.1.. .TEAR old 14 _WhiuhoutooondltloB FORD 1IM. ( pro.
    oort itinoiphoroTo oncliinuni ro- LOCATED IN CENTRAL.FLOR.. b."". ..... .... ...k'... .,.., .. .. W\ .. Ward 5s0s5. Taroa. ., 0" '
    PSI. room air color I.
    IDA HAS OPENINO FO oondlUonod thou I plontor) lift
    ouilllr for eonildirotloa
    52 ShIp Wontiduiry I., ,.. Air Llnoi .......d..11on .. GRADUATE KNOINEUU HIaUWEB ... ;MU NTopDEPENDOaLS FLEA MU3H. GA HO WATE I MU ... ..l.n. C

    roll mu.t bo i him ochool oroduiloi THOROUGH KNOWL. COLORED wominilo MARKET SALE
    ilnilt '.Id... Sod dl 1'0"- IDOl or I t BTANDAKDC!I Ia. roiulir or pin tlmo work. 71 Firtilliir Food Soil WARS 121 MillIe

    IlunOOd IAII HIL., buS 501 III.b..... Pilfer. Coil ..... without children. oontld AND PRACTICM PREFER AN I I WIU .... Sot anlldron MU S-J03I: Sunday March 8 Dream Have Hot Water Wen Homo.
    .0.011 ot tout 30 ,oo. of nit SKEEP
    NU 3..7a 't.o. 7 PIT PREFERABLY IN THE CHEMICAL .bll.... at m, 10" ... Ioor.t.oe aaoo MaC Yo Need It! TRAILER .
    i rlt II m.r ...If Ion ..tu.. ... .t. Ham. I p.m. I. with IT aA riBtBll bunr.onco.
    YOUNG WEN and womtn .*., :Ie onildirttlonl a'a" Mil.. toll INDUSTRY BUT WILL', b.m. II a .. or Iliaboon. Pit O'N"l. UU 1-4131 with '.1.. Intutriitlwa .to,. .. .. 1m.nirtd .
    Ftnood t
    ... .
    I. trim for iilot oritnlialloTraniportotlon -. w.lih btlw..n 101 ind 140pouncU CONSIDER A PPtdtNT ORADU, U.......yord el3.I&8. Xoilth eird CLEAN 'H08.HATI .... '.r Free AdmUaion male Ik vntlnkoolo alWo 117 N Kentucky noidod nIl Botlonnl
    ..,.I.b... Only tin proportion. to htlthll ATE SALARY COUUENBURATI ;I.... Alsosild ad 01,1100 IW.I. hovo H ...... wIth a "O..t.o. Jock. 471* Mow
    (ho.. Intorotttd In Biaklni ovtr sod h... it lout 90,40 .uioneontoct WITH. EDUCATION AND IXPIRIENCE EXPERIENCED ROOFtB nslt.r.odatpntar.10ar.widoor. DanA. MU 13071Hdi don I hp Mormon oomplttowith MU 2. 103 ..,. U I$3A..SWNER
    1100 por work sold apply '.,. I..... ....ld..I. EXCELLENT OP.POOTOJNITV GALLERIE and ,
    Iota 5p111001. .t ...,. .. Apply NOW INTERVIEWINO: FOR CUR TOR ADVANCE fc. the poor Bin i prloo ....- TOP QUALITY Passols, sad Ar.tls. .t..1 .n.0.t"l TRAN8.11 ...
    In ......? ot tho Florin. it. RENT AND FUTURE OPENINGS! MINT APPLY JN WRITING, a08l.RELIABLI. ... 8.bl. Itsi tros .... BAXLA'S AUCTION .1 Putaio. T..r. los Plant & Mvilcol InlL .1 II I 1.11I. t. .

    Emploinwnt ....I... 119 kut I IITATINO Aol EXPERIENCE l Will ..U.... MO "3111. 4268 Hwy. >2 West 688.9013 I... Btroot, nfoolli
    I..0ItI 1I".t. L...1..., M000.p. III: EDUCATION AND SALARY REQUIOLMEIOT .. NAH-.1.. JlI.h sph.oSrsdoat. ONB ANTQO nprliht. Bono. ..a30:
    Sopoyi.aod inmlol BIM
    N.eh ,''b. 1.3 Pm. Mr. W. 1. Thomas TRIAL TO '!'Ha' INDUS.. Ch 5011.0. U...... 111..oporIoop 7107FINANCIAL Post Com...,. 4211 Lsb.l.nsMIlls 'it-Fishing Boat L..11. 1 .1 florid a 30.. TRVI .11 .t I.
    LOCATION Bl.d. 13 00 yird IM 1711PURS Wil. "b .0D.lo. .
    MONT. AMERICAN CYANAUIEICOMPAPSY COLORID WOMAH ...10 port 5 7 Article for rocMtod onothor ..bo. .11 .. '
    Lekeland Terrace HotelDATIl' 8RIWITIR PLANT, 11m. 01 ro.ulor .0'''. Call MU CHICKEN ."111I.... Call .. ft oliunlnuai .ol..ot HEARTH ... N000llal. .. loll

    AM City Employment SRADLEY FLORIDA. 2.0000 MU 11247. orlffln.Knimi inJon SMM. car to. or iiotloa wMon ... .tl. 50340111.PIIROIOHID .

    Thursday March 12 EQuol Opportunity Imploror' C OWraRTlLlZER Sot aSIN. 510 Every Saturday, 7:30 p.mBAXLA'S ACTOMATICORCHIITEA with .cooooo Oood SPARTAN bur. Ita..
    I I.... C.II J.m.. .,.... 110 I. w. h. a 5.1.410. ot Sled CONTROL
    % Week's Fee V I TIME Wllllimi. Loko Doer ...
    0117.J. .ton 5,05 a Is 100 HP.GLEN'S von PLAT B ...-.... BltlOd. T.U. .
    MEN .
    4 to 8 p.m. FOR SALES WORK _ _ with your ninl bind tad auto Wlnlor Haoaa.CLEARANCE

    AGE 29 TO 40 62 Butlnou Opportunttln W. .IAVY fill .It. Slop .oek. AUCTION GALLERIE nnlleilly tour ono-ooto Biolodohord ,

    MALE: Or Write To: !pCHOIC. .. .h.iI! .1.,. pIlasoOlsIsndIII ""..orl, Tht Auction ....." b.nOmol a '.1 -hooo mo.
    IOS ..
    $ PER WEEK C IIU 0.10n Snot ,, VIral BotolCANNON SAL
    MEAT cirmn I DAY. 'fop R. 0 Hath Employment 11I81NIIII sod I,00rn5 Wo Buy or Ion for To* aIls I.liAR 0 sellS.. It ...
    SALARY GUARANTEEDSALARY onooaylds 11.1 Rode, LMLA .aea Sw,. .1 W. MANY PLY 550, Prlcoo Cut T. Tho ....

    Manager ....111'. 1131 1. .......1.1 II.... 172 t Flowon, Sands, Host PbNSs Nil 1-1033 n.I.pl. ..WI Utrcn 1 tolumi clioronco 520DEE'S
    FEMALE .U 0-4107. Mercury Outboard
    Eastern Air Lines Inc.
    PLUS ,8RO TVS Iron 131 ... Ouormud MUSIC CO
    OINI..AL OPTICS S000ICEOPERp1CE Miami International Airport BONUS 1 COIN 0004rIos.. .0 5ashi"j2 COLD. RARDT fast Oroslof s wo flninco. Worklni Sales & Service .103 a. Pfsrlda Alt
    OFFICI. TOP SALARY. H.ro ,It .. oncolltnt opportunllr dnlrra. 1"11'.1 1..110.. both o lY.I. bids PItodoira 30" ht.h. "....I.. ocerptod AdmIral liloiMrtlct 114
    Miami Florida 33148 t., .n>n M loin ta orttnlHtlon ....110. Jobs J. ........ RosIoy 5 3 dellnROSE .... "II '..2ai.PITVNIAI. a MO 0-3171. Ptooockrv MIS E. Parker Street 0. P1145, MOBILE HOMES

    SUE VII MONDAY POll wnlcn u the ...no."d.... kid.i t AO5'AlOl. BACHELOR buttan. ION N. Wlbtah.LOTNIEeLLNI EiUTIFUL SPINET .I.DO.
    MANY OTHER OOOD OPININOI An Equal opportunity Employtr'. In III Held" Tht poiltlon It '371 Contoltt, UBI! ttudloi. 141 N Wlbuh MV 0BBIIBonUoo
    ',.itor.ltwlni. ..,.... altorsnn,,I LAKELAND'l FluEnT moal ... .n. Ioamdtaio .Ionto. 1100 osi C POB1I. .,..tl, 331. .prl.bl. 1171 OBIrowni .. SKYLINO. .
    102 twa
    I..t Ltm.n It.
    I n to.iPssdr 05. 001 snp.ra Pod laundromat 100.311 ,idupo.. 5 sod 3" nompIstoIp Clothing .Ib 18a 1'.60' bd.r.
    tlolni .. ..
    Our Office II 8.S 54 Holp! Wanttd, Male Pull otflct sod flrld ctmpilin.Ij ? h..llh f.s..a.. 0511 Eda500 fldod. 41. .....,. with I.ook. Po.. .n.D' .11. 10
    Open trilnlni
    Daily ..inn itch aim Hloetod. _.1'are",,. D.... BUSHES 0t .. MM nnd 1110 pnlromt .ADTS DRIII. tultt. hill ACCORIOII.. lao.. ...S ...k. Clrolo. Loko .1

    112 on Saturday EMPLOYED NOW w.., to b.t- nintt oro Good tool gpO,.11. 0aIr .. RA1LEH PARE 24 ....... I:1TIU Cb Wotford dillotry lot Phono OHCl b tti sod MO 0.5540TWO Ions .. .Ilh. I1M c. or 1.oanhoft atiU 133.MO '
    UuufMUrlni NASHUA 10 ISO .
    ur yourioll? RIIUI CliP. .. O. to mtrt tnd talk wim poo.It. tyall.15 sod a.. :I bdmnon ba.. In Bud and Bloom WEDDING dross... Imm..IIoI,. ... U200 front .kllohtn T. btd-
    room. .
    Km 208 Arcade Bldg. Poe IfU. Liktlind ... to b.as, from homo on a It ...... 30.000.. Wrllo ... i Iho 7. 0.11, h.... On. 'I"O.. Lo.W,11. .05011100- Only ".800. .
    lois, nlihto math wool 54.201 Lo..I.nd Ltd....
    mar RISK ROSES AUCTIONFriday 1 ull """.
    WILL PAY lIal nor sari. for 3 .ood condition. and ooiltblt (ornuntdloto 1..1. U I YAMAHA. CONS P..O. .,... Oa.nO.
    ..... us t'. ..."10' for maJor ....10.01..1. NEED OPERATOR .or main. .11 ..loo. Hlthttl .. iloilltr -JOHN! TRAILER Pirk, I ltd.
    AMERICAN all s.rNlps .111100. small Ilvosto ..1." Beilnt WIth Trtlnlni-., eomp.n" ..011100 5)5010,. 'm.n J716 S. Florida Ave. Mites Only 103 mlroro' 1 A"Ianc..I; 1-11. 1041 oouu PiorITUD10 Ent MilB Blroot It YillowitonoMO

    AUTOMOBILEr .. ....1'.'. 18a.ola.. Mr. D. P. JacjcsonCompiny ''Ol.blt 05,11.1 lIe8.333.. "ul'.... 552-0804 5, MU J-0187 7:30: P.M. .1 Ida A.au.. I..I. ..,.Modo. .. .1... Owns, AI..

    a EXPERIINCB noulrtdnlni : RoproMnutlro IIIIOlltTORa. W A OH IRO 520 Sayydlos. I. 50.1ditbo .. .
    i ASSOCIATION ,., '.,nl.b... ill whllo. In. : SERVICE Station for Wo bun or tttl tor RON .I l.dll. .Mo AkM 181. Ph.ns IIU 0-1725. IOei'iLIOOPNO : 155 bodroOs.
    Th. AAA tin owning for mom ,....n.. dthll opon In Likolindnrtlni 900: AM to 1:00: P.M. 1 uo. ..I....' la Ltktlondi, LARGE AZALEA TV OnltodII10 JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION : :1 okportnloo. I .8. 12.700. OrOw ?3' .. ClIt. "
    001.1100 ..........u..., both ,npnsod ''' poy HI 00 por wtokuit Tuesday. March 10th I.....I thopplni ..hlo,. Unllm.nd 10.00 Lliuitrum Viburlloiwood no for, a- PINO. wiohcwininllton gsa. South tokolond 1.
    I I womtn eonildorod for poll pottntlal AUnrtlvo ..."1. oom Junlpor Holly CENTERllOAUOE lonoto. ytur .nod I by "d.l. I4JI 104ouUi
    bt Pr artlbden 4 bttwron OI.a. 1.1.lut
    Pi ",...n'h.. ..ml... Troplriid loron plorldo POR IM3 Ntw Moon .
    Ii 'I. food barbSmoAtId FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT OaNOini00.11111 for quoiuiod Nil Ap- I ULI troll.tr
    .n. 40 Phont 511.1400 for .1.
    ( < : nrot :....., ond tx.irarod nttmowE buslop..mat,. 551-1214.. I ,arboao id I..*.. owtn OIOmrSPP' 1355 0 R .1 BUS Auburndolo RdComplottly PIANO ORAN Btlnuol with .01.' '.. IB 3 ..UI.. Norrtionoblo
    I In mootlni tht pub SERVICE .13i South Florldi. Ole IAn -i. .. bo offor ... BhulU
    f :::. Sal p. SliOm.nmls.: boliuu sod HAVE 1m modi... ....In.. for an 1 L.mon at Lobl.n. Fit. divAHELLIA8.'t.o.oon.. OIP000ESOED. PIUS rooms 0, : "o.111.Mikomii. Call MU .1.1 l Hilltop loU Fork. .. front
    t r.itty. t.o bo sold to ..U." ro-': Fl.ld. .
    t' 0001011..10... 't o a <2I ombltlout. nut non bo.oen .AI4INI. .tor.CAMII
    Paid .
    so.tlnn. and t.. tho a.eoflt sod 41ho BE YOUR OWN BOSS AZALEA root, HIpodocirpui moto. 1M .t Maoi's. '11.1)0. buIlt ntood t3lllProt sod AN1QU. OlD PI.... Era.-
    .10. PmplPr 000,0)05. I..II.M 0.or00.rn. ..1m.. hi. PrO, lOon N.. Taspi Hl.hwai.MU as. InttnllitloB. AlwByt I!: .n .PInt. GALORE. Now 1M4
    trt 1..1011. In mokini
    o.tu.I" for tho .lIht ... MALE HELP 11100110. trotoni. othtn .... LBktlBndl C'I pickup outonittopowor .
    Pool 1.3JII. boil 'u,. la BOW (U t J44I 8230 OoUYItw V.
    t 110 frlnoomflti
    sootomabol. ...... OOadnOp. 011,51 plus top American Oil o fAll .
    Company now I ", nvbl ..I.... And..on Nono.y,. II Nlto o> Do, I SOd nnsdltloslss.SI
    .' ,000ih. For lnIlroI.b 0111 MU with Polk Countu bid- 1137 TInt 01..n. II...,. Phosa BIMINOTOH nutootlt uo T. T. 133 Dondtt Mnpor ..."
    I.l Chrr.lfr Plymouth ...,... Ap. has available two of their .. o 10 liifourtnt Equtpmo .11
    a.o13e. 1104 East N.m.I.1 II.d.. WANTEDWARDS 113.3373. I4S Mirlli 31 A. Ml. Smm ... S'Nl'IN. concolroblo oktro. Lull 17 000.
    L.k.l.n' Ph':y I In prIson to Mr C' C MlynU 'I. latest all porcelain ename, 110,' lliiuio Lo'.".. 121 I our SPIeS only W.tM. Chotrolot -
    North Plorldn' Attnuo 11 HoiR VACUUM CLEANERS ,. 11
    pIstol 121 13 Mtrauryoo CD MACHINE. Prllldllro. pickup sod Ironl
    CAREER POSITION ROUTE SALESMEN Milor .. type service Stations for 73 ,...., Fruili VSg' 'bin tip But Filmotio ifior .00.110." .... .. .ulil, ,... I flmr drink dlipoiutri till A'I.. (poll,,. Loodod wIth tltrol. Llill

    A.I Tho lob lost for you pan. Men bttoom 11 nnd 34 ease. These nations CARPET CARPET' "W.II..U .. lpolrb.. CISnlaold oto tttol draft boor boi. IwO .. .3 ao .upptm.s.1, II.Ml ..

    A.I Immodlito IntortlowtCouruout who onloy motllni tho 5011110Quod are I 000NOPN. OllAPr:1"IIUIT" Ptbaddali Mllltndtihouo It 0500 5 05 760. H.I.bl .1.. .U 0.5207. Iamta.! Phono .1 'e.b... 1. VollowitMo ti...
    A.I ttrvtotNtw oirnlntt. Fhono III.4631: AUTO SERVICE located on US Thorough. ,. W. ShIp. Do...,'.. au.na.t.r'lPoad. .. sod tin and ...... Now .31.W71 oollMt rom.l.t. BIMPO four .. ..
    A.I JobS dolly I.. ....Intm.nt. Our prteo only"
    ; fares and are now ant 1 ." fobrlt nlll .gdi ort bmibrlci BADCOCK'S .11. 'Ut.
    A.I Locil naIl firms l'aptrd open 1c. .
    oomprr H. .
    YARD I lnhw roduood Sportfni
    URN for yirdmllntoninco STATIONThe Ion kohoutt 111 .
    A'I Eimuilvi lob ll.llnii toncorn. Possible full doing a big alienage TV : flbrlc Itloi A'. HKII Tholr to, II,Ml. laNa IIOO ho.. IwMo
    A.I Tralfl.d5pll000lor.AI I :176 LonaicoBtiioj >ooy .._. Now. ."
    llmi work, Prefer ouptrlonood tamps available at both! o. I .mllton Flbrlti. Rlihwi. SEMI.ANNUALTRADE.I OPEN HOUSE Aptch. Clmntn 'o
    Ptoi ton doduetbloEittbllihtd MM Our .
    A.I 1131 MU 1.01104. :I following positions locations 81. 1 I/ID Silos. North of IBtwtino ".11.... Pro.m 1M4 rnodoMink AUM pl only 14. o
    A.I Mom ohombor of oomn. .... MAll FOR outildo. palolt111i.SQ4 I will be at HARDY SOD CO. 4X CLEARANCE lt-11 PIMO ordor ...Btroo4 .1. MU Ma.
    A.l ...,.....1 ".r.lc. loisllSMls.oAyI. open our new Hfttith* Lawn or.MM >MPO T OHINDEK for tilt ..1.. fno boom, Ml to 2-11
    $15 TIBIPI IK.. Tompn 125-Olga Lakeland store D..kl.' 0..1.' .II.. C.n bo P0.5 sft p a. 2140 Burns SAL lInen, sOns 'HI,... 50011051 111,4 3755' wido Btor traIls.
    FOR INFORMATIONCall FREE ESTIMATESI 8trool. N. 5uds7 .I.. CP 50 0 John'.. ." pore O..I... Alumlnun) own*
    alnd., PlnollH Pnrh i ads .b.... ROMOB.
    53 ShIp Wanted, r molo SALESMEN AUTO Shop service manager SIN N I HosPiTAL'BED. tlogtrlo ..bor'o.a. P00 TRADE ALLOWANCE bio. Boo p. Ooiolin M Lola
    youn OLD
    TRACTOR WORK Mowlni. dill: alp. nfrlitritori. Mork. BEDROOM SCUBA TANK. rotulotor Ptrloetihapo D. Trillor Fnrk. Wlntor Sin...
    Battery man I nt. krodlnl sod plowlnt. Boo. Trodlni Pool, 201* how TimpoMUhony OP TO 020TRADEb Muss toll MO 1501 ".1 ..

    WAITRESS WANTED Bit II to' Needed: 2 experienced com Trim shop men MU 0-411J rttUt In yird ttrdlnt and iridni an-3301: ALLOWANCE Plorlda Apartouat >.
    31 111 WaIt tItmorial. P.oiIitSrOLADIU 502.5407. III.1731. COPPER roe pods OLD LIVING ROOM ONE 10X31 'hU. tnlUr, ...
    KETTLE 100
    EARN a mm tilt Ill.onmi nation new and used caralesmen Alignment men .11.. .........llllonnpirity IIU DP TO IM 112 Wasted Mlieollontou eol..1. .00.11. ....WWI.. .

    i and onjoy pl.....' work to complete small I ,Tune.up men RAJ" BAR 01 Wibuh Annu. 1-0117 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE I.

    In. condition it tht titno tin. I ales itaff Facilities the 1 Motor DOIPI. lood buolnon. will .....|. INSTRUCTION :POWIR WH"OWIII. NsstnhIpt.Inoi.l. FOR Tool OLD .'INC CA8H fI .... hiss 45' x 35' "MARK'Mobile

    .. a Fuller Brunt dtllrr. Pull and general fl. Son goimb .1. Op ..nrr. ... 51 .111. P.000. 104. OP TO III YU 331.
    o. port tint. For furihtr In. rinest. demo and gas fur mechanic MU 3.3475 .10. N PMCOIIIPLIn'B : Schoolstlontd :.nd rorl. MU I 3J40. TIIAD..t ALLOWANCE 0000 VIED Surol tuysa.4 ..thyIbOOSObOId Home.
    form.lIO5aIl IM.4941 rllhlWANPKD nlshed. Guarantee against HARDWARE ttock OU DINETTE Owner transferred to Michigan -
    no.. Brake men .nd Slntonra I rOR "La la' Trior mOIl .... 110. T. p..

    : APPLICANT for ..)- cmmlssions available. LubrlcatersTiro '."10 00110105 to 1733 bo moved North Plo Mutt. FLORIDA" U"ODT and 01..11od" 'I 1110 .... Plced ".hl. .U 101101 .This Onoolkl TiluoiW.S.BADCOCKCORP MU .J.34II or 'J. : WILL SACRIFICE for

    loa of Ubrirr _I".." Mel I',. H.trIO_ !, 1.5111100Compl. quick oale Contact Sue-D-K
    ....u" ".11.... II' II. P'., II AUTOMOTIVE
    bo ntit iccuroto typut AreA Contact Bill Davis changers HEMI.RETIRED .0..1. ....rlu.. .tolpy..14.1.4 .to ...... MONTGOMERYWARD Mobile Pork New
    CIVIl ....Ire Ofllco. City Hill I Auto accessory salesmen It,. Will ...'111.. for I... oinplt nrklni MO ..Ia : Tampa

    WAITRESS WANTED Moot bi WnrVjrS? ffilK TINTION[ MEN Triln now aSa Mala SlotS aid WirohouMoMulurrr 116 AvtomoblU For Sole Highway Lakeland

    A.U...hiS... Club 111 North Plorldi LAKELANDLNCOLNMERCURY Liberal benefit plan. Paid .......nl. Locattd oa HI.b... hrivy ooulpmont' optntor P1.104.Mulboimp .

    :*/ .As.... W.u.hul.. PROMWt Trilood mm lira Ills wookliond Otaro BIn 1P43 CNEVT II. air conditionedautoaiaUo 124 Trockt Tnrilen
    XPERIENCID WA1TRE8S: Aft vacations Immediate dn 3711 up. Nillonwldo plnctminrrvlco I .to 0 ini ..U,. P.allot 0,55051541.radII. ,
    1 i.rn.r. Nrit-deptndiblt Ally count Ovtrttoi opportunltirlt. Installed Fencing unul brew'. $410. Call
    IB ....on, Villtrlno Rutiu privilege TorT WAY MOin ind Irill.r Eilph Mtnnlni with Alphi 0. All W......., ...-,1 l.t 1"3 100901.101 Foyd O.. ..

    int. 1101 E.it MilnIILLINERT P5,4. Mil toiiihtr or ....rot.o1'. Unlit Bchooli. 701 Bt ClU CHAIN atcor t.1 Horn otril*. 1.110. A.l lollOlliSh. 3. _
    LINKFor WE FINANCE Your .. 1
    941 E. Main 682.6131 ,Contact Mrs A. AI.. Olh.. boaisrea O.OO.lu.llloo trout. Timpl Plorldi 33101 orodlt .. 513.7144.
    INSTRUCTOR winld Cuyler .... Jo. Maoaluaa,035 load Uw at aol 0on.SuatblaoUMd
    0 PAle br ni timoloi AreA 1113.1J1. 05.1 sIlls Ubiltnd Atooelll Otara CarL 011.5551.lout IIM INTERNATIONAL ti tea
    In ,,".D. ,blI.,'o Hobby Shop Personnel ManagerMONTGOMERY GET INTO Protection 111 .. Florida An.Badtack CADILLAC laur otdanU truck. Flit b. oslO bodynick n..

    3340 South PlorldiPPLICATIONB VAN DRIVERS II." lIorn CIVIL SERVICE WORK! and Beauty. Will Troll To. Rllbl' tirle. Roll Blot door oondltlon "MO. Good 0.11. MOb. ..,,

    mo,. 10 in ownir-oporitor drln. Automobla ....Ir. B..I.... ..to Air oondltlon. nil potilai 3.11.CATU
    BEING tlkin for powor
    .o.n.... .lrl.. riorldi Bouthtrn lvi for North Amtrlcin Va.Lisa. .. WARDS ...,... 111000 Iioooo down .n-womfB I* nod ovor. ...... CALL MU 25103FOR CEDAR CHUT SIN part-o-trlh. .,.. laaoo Call MU .. TRUCK '1 Pord '. &

    Coli... Cilotirlo. Apply bol... i. Amirlri fittottorowln.ovlni .. 0.1'7 atop.. mala I.,. I. SIRs. 1000. H kh pay. Bhorl hourt. Ad.OaPoSnSaI Ill. ... .... all tIll now Bod IMI MERCURY Ono O ODll.. 1. 054. .
    Dim Moluro women priftrrodAMBITIOUS von oompnnv CompIst.AsImIns 117 N. Kentucky Ave. 112.000 Prtptro by hoottUidy room tultt M$. MU "D.. .- .1.1a

    WOMAN trio 'I..with..... Pat.In..Irto...undorn DI.ln.. 9:30: 5:00 Bull.... O o ltIh,5a p ..... ..., ........lor Pon....1.FOCI into ond 1.10'10.110.,...,.. FREEESTIMATES ONB TWIN Hollywood .11.Irpo bodPractically or lrt.. Oood...- 0.110'. 7IJ7 ,'1.CII'BI. :2, .TOO 5300Pho055.2500.Po,.. stool Slal .
    5J3,5o0 CNII11. ... .
    .. ., V. otllohooblntt _
    Morihill Flold .
    A fimlly wnodtnlorprlM tarsoc ind pltntr of wllni N. .,110 t.Ipr.lS anrIO0, 005 M-124. 1M3 PORSCHE 10 Coupo El-
    hoi lock oponlni for .. roqulrod. Appllrtn muon Toolbar Pa,.. approi. 44 acru. LocAting I-sIsal. otwnt _bI.. .0... oitloal Rodlo optolalBurMho 0 003. IHIATlONAL plolup.01w ,
    imbltlouo womin of unuuoitlonbio M bttwttn a) andbO. halos 'J'.800.Con"I'.1. LDY' 110101.1. I". .... condition. IMOO24UVINO ..IU.. 0110* Lowillooat 0 .".
    chorifUr An 17.oo. Col.I. Itto ".'.1 -..., orobli 5 105.00.. .56 SileamenLETTER B..... Ml.loo. plo. .. MIl "1". bo I. DOOM iota Sad o..._... Choop tn-nto: ;5 71 Call MH l-d244. I.
    .... .....tI.. .,.It,.... Aeeuitomfd down. pirtntntmint. W. .11I. AIR CONDITIONING .."I.", .3" _dll_ 171. Boo Balur-
    to ..ml.. obovo.ovtro.0ncomt 005150 I. 010100105. For 'u.Ulor III.n mn atodtd. Wo 4roin yottrlto TVpysotbosllr. var, _""'_ all 05, SlOAsn'F '13 FORD ,. itrilibl .lick.
    Mutt bo toad to BOIIPIpoiltlon .1111., cell PorlO.n.1 DaponI- JOHNJ.BRENNANRtlltor Commtrclll Tr.rlM In.ll poa.oo.blm. P1. ': .,1. alloy I toi. spoOls 111 alit Oik A... KlUikMB. MU 15 Bused

    ) by Mirch a Por loral Port Wtrnt 111-7411411 I FROM THE :to, Boa M-ail. Ltkilind tod 0"1 UII throo ., ibm Rood MO a.1.
    nloroltw. ..11. fully to Mr R. HBorktr 01 wrlto North Amorlrutlnto V., Sn. W. II.ID BUBES for talo
    53 D000E. I'S. I... 4.00. padbp
    Boo 3111 Chlclto ... Doptrtmont UI Port I PRESIDENT -LMLA---4M-4101 := s.d :: -liV1 JEllS. .oools. 101.5. ....aol b.. IIU '. tr ... paid. .. Ibol, o,
    1111..1. 1111. 000. ...rou... 5c.SolimpIt W.'., Indl..... ,. '. "_' ,bb... ll.ormulo.oll 31470.i . 11. ... 1"II. Prom MOO
    Sod .bo.. .umb... LIVESTOCK I l Ssw.t, le.lllst .p. Lowlt, 410
    I will offer a carefully 63 Iniuronco O'. oro. 1001,0.. 534 .5. 115..' Il Id,. door too CHEVROLET Impola. Two 1.1 lnob_ Atoauo, lu.
    Automolta trim
    selected few. 2135. $100 per II Dog, Cats, Pits QUALITY workunllormo PHI I.rRou.TI '..11r .....b..I. ," .. Ml ,:10
    ,week v*. commission, guaranteed I and njftorjlUtCTRlC a .. Cl I.a. o MU .

    1 with future OARDINO HOLLY Ktantll colon. |1 B| ... .ult. Ill Arl.nAnnuo '5$ MOO _. H.. ..... RENTALS
    acrou from Conltnoati I RANOE M" oulOtaa Close ..
    free medical! Insurance an Chrlt and Runway Via AlltaMulborrr Phono Pow 540 Comptny. Auburadolo.STORE 1 0 .055. 141 ClU MU *. ..1.,1.'. F.
    d nod 21 Inl.ua| Plocii lor
    I obtainable Incentive pro 2 4543 LIQUIDATION. lalo ._ POPTUAC 55485. taoS do.,. Rent
    .5. Wtrrra ll.h tad a IODUN110WN 1"_ sbus BOW llrot oieollon '
    gram and'your auto expense IN LESS THAN WIRE PAIR Chlhoohooo) Toy "I" .a,_ saitiamsl .sP ; >R RENT kuo, .
    T.rrlora. "kln.... PononolonOtrmoa cow T. Wiinor I rip oh.- I .1 so.dItMs Ihroudhout Mutt orl : o .Ud.. at
    : o 115. .. 1 Bouih FlorIda ..
    *. '' sod I. Batororltt O l.fIll.MARiLa or outitomttlo. IIU lal A.
    a h..h.t 4., troplcil Ink ... 1' ,. ; .1. Btuatr. COB bo nood ....
    .. .... .I.d. Am.rtai'iliiss TOP l.blO. asp
    m nirln onk yi Sod .II.Co'or' I
    AUlU'.h.lr. nd
    I In 30 Pol .b... tlky Ho.th ... HI Ml ... ob. iso 5oDOaf.or ._ .0055 al bu.lu.tt Pl.nty porklntpoco.
    return 1 expect 100% DAYS! l Essi a. ., 010.1
    <\ t.. MU I.Mot i s port Borlow. 13.7.". 3-Ills Poole, 1.hl" Pour 5151105.h.slS. o low block fromloiukora
    effort I days week .. .. I Collno Cad Bon
    performance BITT" a POODLI .b..... ,.... PLATFORM SCALES RED, .". Oood aoa '. Rsy. _I ur... MO -N71WO .

    eagerness t o SAVE BY MARCH 10th t.I.n.1 ......"'1... .Iu'. .... lloctrlo, 931 North EoatuckOB ,. d Illon. coll MU 10141. "..-1.10 But Call Limo 1034100 stnotIICK o. PER OMalh 136u M. li."...
    l learn undivided PI... UI3 KiIJtb000 prod .b... l EXERCIBINO ochloo. sIlo -- -'
    loyalty and 113...... 5000 ....a.ae. b Ill. Roawniblt. IIU 11M PR 001.117 500 Ik. pS. C000r.lI 1580,. .,.. .;;.:
    desire for a five figure Income AT FIRST FEDERAL I ,. So '55 POld. b" door. Soolfl.Ido. C.U .
    .yPPri ... WI2
    CHIHUAHUA AKC SUGHTLYDAAGED oflor lam. 1111Ofl ,174 .. _31M.
    ST.R.E.T.CHI OF 1 11.3 'or'bu"1 105500. 'ii blobs', 530.
    Ilanlrto, North K'.lue"0. 'N 'ul" 5.1.05 ...... c"ll
    I I 11.1..d IIU III *. FLORIDA AVla 0..
    K you are this man, call sHOOT hair SolIbmy Sloan VACUUM II, .. ol sowal,
    FBLIC In..... tofoty ..... aId 130. 110 .1381 a ntod. pops Ills ...r Igil POUR door Kiltor 0' P. 111. locitloo eandillontd
    my general .sale* manager, .. 1 963 14' ,oa.ioi Miko I atit la
    0 4* ptr nnnun iiirrtnl dlyldtnd PlOtliIn h.. Sonrloo Mil relrller.tor.frezercombinati ..lIla. Polk Thooior .
    YOUR for Call Sr.
    DOLLARS Mr. Dolgin '28-SIDI. Tampa. SlId ouortorlyI aQua. PlVI ..nth.. ...... l'ltJh with freezer at 3..41 oitor I 0. 0.o Polk ..bulldloi.0 ...,.

    b.... sad 11110. .5ti N1ISSP4.oornd. FOR II." U CHEVROLET loipolo four door IOM for I lawyort, oto
    a .
    ... lhsllow'osll will
    off ads all l0.ei.liO0.. 570 .um. tL. 0lp. t 10 btom. Retail valuo nirdtol. locWry air. rldlo, b...- portltMa tpoco u lolA 'a,,,

    WITH George B. Karpay ....b..... bahnPs po,.. ......n .U ,.1", .u I....sirot I {400 buy It or tr. powtr braIN _..d poa.at3oli0 _.'.10. I. W. ..'.n. Pboai-

    President PIKINOIBI PUPPIEB kt.. por Lissisora ous. .. op make of 701 pa. .a.3. .3 ., 33.I
    FIRST FEDERAL mononl oholo AKC roltttrodr ". "'U _' 1" payent $10.2 '
    .oty r ronioniblo MU 0-W07 015550 M" '.1 '"1. '.u.n(Mlory olrrokot
    , down payment -nSsdltSeoPI. IIIIIHIVI ofllco
    .... .. 1:10005 .. In. mol .11 D st.orloa IBPBCB .
    TWO PURsUED p011. SuItS =..: Pole Is... 'o U'11.
    LEDGERClassified ... .u..I" 'or ..I.. .eo ... ., 520 50 541 I Ito. lIoN. MM oMllatOMMM ..50,0- e. M',11 h....
    APPLIANCE"" SAVINGS 1a. Dos SlId AuborodIlu. Pb.,. .. .... ..1. 5100 Cf" .
    I lei. Ph000 WO 1.IH. 8t.1 ftrtlllior SI MOood Phone 'K CIVIL ItotloB WHOB.
    CROB8ED BIAOLB aol] Blotol .I... 68-1 Slit ....o. .I ..".AItIos. Foralahed
    Ads AND -AND LOAN ASSN. noIre. 050 ..... IIU 54434 a.MU I.e. I S-plae 10I I. 0_ _11 : 12 Ap.r.1
    I 1
    .1131.._ _ _ St .. '' VOLWAOI. .. PDRNIBREO OR nloraithod.
    OF LAKELAND EASTER PETS: Throo whlto Lnoa mod TV| .. .. 54555 ... Co I "" ....< "&. U700OPPlU prt.lID

    TV plfo. Idool Sot .hll.... 0550o.rb. lit, aiittrtotot .. 81" I 0 .Uu. _'. ._
    Urit cttt 13 to. BU-1300 U.od .11.. ttu .. OHM a, 11 $ .

    If you're fik. inotl famili., your budget Downtown Oronio nl Toonouoo BMAU MANCHEBTER ood ,.. ,G Mom sod rtlru- REACH H IHf TWO bodnmai,

    SALESMEN a.... P5,00. CI'7.tol L... or.t .. BtIM kp AUCTION .. U.I.
    DrIn.I0 rooa
    need* all tho help il can getS The on.wr I I. 10"''' oloo ohlhuohua puppy lor ILI PablO 53518111.. .b.lath O..
    Mudowbr.oA ..... .t
    rtadr to M3-1-3I AI.,.... .114 of 05,515.0 Sod ."' '. .
    low 17n.
    .lmple-uie coif Lodgor Clanifiod Ad
    TWO AKO .ooIsI.r.4 Poodle Pup.also.
    to quickly toll the household good* around I Must be experienced In selling Ceo .hl" Mall. 550 11501 H.POLt POAM RrjIBER Proa dlnior. 'IIO A'ABTT. ... 5,4

    home Earning potential $7.000 ,4 Iltnrm....., Still, i'diI ,....... Call MP I3M1Uvostock. I OUTLETW LARGEST March obl.. p 5. Moadoo s bob.4. Dil.l-.11. .
    re no longer It'i ,
    your you unng. ...y. Cut n Any BteolWl doalon oolr .. lur. -l'T. .

    Make a lilt, thin Dial MU 6-fl5I today I to W.000 per year. 100 I BHAREB Pint RBllolBl lI.a.or I Good PA? Diod TOP PSICESPIP Pumitunand 0l0.. e. .LL a, 010 roqsot 'ONE BEDRUOM lorooo omrT

    for helpful Ad Wrilor.Classified Likolind, nock. IM abut AppUanoit P. O. bo SeP.4 I.. ..10 '... CII .._t.oe. ?.
    0 Liberal benefit plan Paid W'11o ... M.Jen. Ltktinnd. LodoS .-, IB Lokoltnd W. ho., 'b p o"slg
    BIT YOUR fmaor boot BOW an 5a .
    .. CALL lot ol I .. 'ar"a.
    MU 1 day
    vacations Immediate discount sIaeprto pod WboM I.half 12 suadtr rntotir
    "' ... MO 0-771 o* MU3au. roady.mad. ifmpnl Hit I rour con. : ."
    privileges Polk Mart ,417
    Trading loUIs
    LEDGERI Mortgagt I MU loaaouoo. *'_.. ..
    I 4 PECIIBTWOPO Snhrnas boiIns :18.

    Contact Mr*. A. Cuyler 10' BUILD toll ..fl..... PItA 3 Pollrd hall or toko' 5.0,1105I 0 *. 1"1 I IAI-T 'o your bunlrfMi ooporbiBlly .'CRIVROIV.. 10001,0.5.. CstONlit
    .nd VA ...10..... Pint Mori.' ....r. W Irodl CII"" I maui MU.I.n' 0
    personnel manager .... Corp ., Florid. Ml a PiorIdn Sh... I BI loo Wo l ol .u..... E- 1.-. '. .
    i Aft. MU 03131UORTOAdR d.lo oo Hunwir n I list "b. IU I. EASY\
    fRNITRE plartBf a
    Ads 130500MONTGOMERY: : LOANS. A ronplolonilct P Rrul-e: 15.a b I 1-. BtllMto OALAXIB""A.laoiMlfc. .?, SURE
    bits .
    Conwntlontl PHA sod I i.ldlno bo.... Tbrot i 5.15.1. ba. loR.at floia 40-A way
    VA lono toyS. low inlorotl pall. won ribbon. IB pltoturo .1._ ANTIQUES & GIFTS cUtM C" Trollor Po,.. ahead Is

    S. MissourI i I..oo. ConolrucUon .....L Roil I Con ho Mddta Eniiith Wotuor ., Wl BUT POLL TRADE Ca.J ad D i..IUILw torN today's t
    Cornor and WARDS
    W. Lime St. ...oto ...... Homo InnrBvomtntd atod for raarh work prtcod _, me' AutomQ
    MU .. OrbS ConMlMollon. loom low for NullS .... Pint UMl THE SPINNING "'_I Phono MO 11441RT ( for a
    Telephone -U51r 117 N. Kentucky Av*. ...rt..... .u,......... LnktloodMortooio I .to him. Ad fop hill or Marl. WHEE M o-llSl BOW for rtiult MICE a a lo dependable

    J Corp.. 104 South Ttoiioo Brod lilt H....... IManila bphord ....,. PIAnOS .. II C.nlo automobile -
    -- .. Avonuo. IM I17J. PI..I.... lOl 01.II Jal .I. el. Co. ,




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    Kt "rIIl.h.4 AIII1I11" 114 MobIle Hen,. Lots IU Cwiidomlnlum Apts. 144 Acrag., Iota Per Sal. 144 Acreage, lot Fr Sole 146 Firm, Orom, Ranchn 152 Kiel tttats Wonted SAT

    AM PARKER lorolr now i p1.1 Bomry Pour star MOMIO, Wt ACM ITOO Tormi. Archat Mini. *tjl IM .11,. iiwonMM ws tfCT nauui Mood Uatuui 1S3 H.MM Cor Salt IS) HOMM 'e Solo!

    lour .room lilt bath. t.uugo 01.1. Park Now larawt lou .la smith. Bmttered Broker 10. Mu ,trad* for eeullr to ioAb5aIsr iron Ibcludlnt far MM roaulo. Mol RO, Roaltor .
    ..Hour....! tint turn Moor room itudla. .a..ui I. ,Ukalond Slob and drr MualoiPol WINDSOR ARMSCONDOMINIUM 0318 Utrao bedroom home lubioct toaVKtiase Valencia irap ,.'.100. alt 1M7 iMt Modioflal SSir. III-L MOM ..m..e. Twa TWO BHWOOM e Duo Oar
    MUI l434. oloBlrie, waur ... ..... tillS CM Old dowaM torch Oott.nwcea Road Haw lOSS bou. aundirI
    BLOCK, rrom collet, luiroom 'auiar iu but HUM. slack 10 In = = 1.7 p m I. ... UM ....L Borbourroiluered .
    kilche with: dlnfni ar:: now a.... Park Sboppim OoaJt HOME SITE DRIVE Lull N XIII A. prodwlni. iran' I b.dNlduwer LIST teal aototi brokerIM .
    bedroom. H.. CU1 klU 1-0191 : Oood lake fuiilni lad .... APTS. *155'. 1100 to 13100 eerhoo. palm ....... 1.5100 5, "I BUILT throe oedrooaa CB .Mil '
    or "U ...- >. ....11 p.... 1140 North Coy.151 .- I ma.1 late John Milch omuaUoal rllao foiM WITH US air conditioned u.511.s0o.OdtLItS
    h, .
    I : .. MT PROPERT Til Woodward DrlreLoomitO TO eauto 'III
    Uko Drlto Mt i 747J.lardta 0'4500PborId. | .100. .. .. torau I
    EPPICrSHCY You must this Broperlr Ono
    ArAWTVrtrtT. 6uT Investigate : :.5110't-.04t.51 4 In.
    tie. furaiihod orwad floor: XII MO..... '.r_. 411IIO-ltD. r. : If tortr 0.05 StU It, BORN FOfl imifinatloa a.' ,... .. ,. iiraie Ono withpfflolaoor
    Weetiidl MU 1,MMIMAU ram.. HI.b.... Lor.. .... ..... wonderful concept of living I las o.1.lkUI(11. to A. Prod0os 0"11I0 53550. IT DOWN," I L. tSborlr ralm attunanohlp IS roorl.st aper<'neat ... I bed.oom .
    M..Ilpal ''Iorlo 503510.. 101.. !MS Budttnlhim. priced M900. HEADQUARTERSfor ....000, n. is... or Roalur. LMLA 3,4 Ton 550,55 Wo biniast,rIb .' borne. WJ...
    Windsor Arms Condominium
    FURNISHES) efflcleanlarai '...... aaa-a.'IL at Pair tormi. Phone otlSWOrwrpon aoooot AtOll nioao MU '' I .
    aperlm.nl, prtr.te beta, located 10 A. aroPl, h.ap ........., Iro BJoat' to Toaa. An. Partial- S.U.I.. 10..al... MODErW- home
    for u.la... ... ar ........ .IS PIll ACRIB .111I .011 554 005.III Apartment ....UOII. "".000. 350% ..... 5.55.0 _Ol.doilin.Ud.. land mrtoas I iP Crr.til Lo_. Ftn

    ..uth Ilvi.4iThlDI. 0051. 00504 5004 .1Iad. sod at 217 Windsor Located Just I 001 liOC3. ke flllhiiii.ortb. and coutrucUoa eel vice iinco .wlmmlni. tood '"hIO. lor.
    opaco. MIMIIOI : TV, 1501 :: :; 110 A P04505 0011151 50000. 'dIll lot Tr.. r.
    iiraio apartmealroomi block from Southgate 600000 HOMESITESin WAMTIDHroato lfl10 lot 111
    LAIIOB ono 5d50,00*, Ole 45355. : 0' tudr ar bodroomo. Laripanilod ,
    .. 'l'lU1L1II ana vrritai Lob. Ill..
    .nln. too;lltlei, ell.. .
    Dwo-'lluT ittilM or bamo Cub BT OWWCIt 11001 down. b.l..nr Flordl room tIlls SIoi.lIaos
    uoDti. till SIlos in the heart 10117 and 11.117. Ul .a '
    -Idt' .nllhod......OJl. 1",40. Clirk3ritr U". ihopplng center 'mall heue. all oak.. PowmU. the I A. Or's.. 51030. 'Call MU 3.4IM In.n..d: two bod,00So ca'I 14.. ..." par n9HI .
    .. ...
    excellent .
    Near ,
    of southstde residential ,... IB (of unlu III root endnwater 1..1. Oro. u u carport
    TWO 00043. '.*, eo0l14PrIit. ....11. Lene oake WANTED Parb. MllHi. .r.h. I Bell reieonihlr o,... d.mallei "
    .. >ntr..... ..... ".UI. Ukil.UN MOBILE: LIVINGAT these apartments ono acre. corner Dmoa Road LAKELANDHIGHLANDS 3 ..I.u. downtown. Beir.towaII homo la ....... 184D1I4

    IMIlilIrd. 4I3.43 ..,........ ri.Wrd. I' are already built and ready near Kathlooi. SInG down 11] 71 JOHNJ.BRENNANREALTOR oO-9tO .. rarn Ranch food ...1311.... Lane. pnoniIII ; .
    ITS BEST .In..1
    per monih 11400 lull pOol Plraire. P P.IIO5PWATS .
    for In other Mil woltr. uafurnlontdhouM AI.A. \ .
    POO* ROOMS and b>tk. Wall la.urptuni i occupancy. ( earno oral I9M IIMO fill, Otvo .. ". prloo. full TWO YEAR aid C II... Three ooa two ... hoe
    wall Berir Amertraa why four itar DIrk50DSI words, you can move in Immediately prire. L Borbaur. roe,._. real dwulDlloa .1. lotlor. S. A bedroom. ..... plod. I .,. l.rm Valued .
    oa a.I".t: o thit eiule broker. IM.amLAROt lrl ?, 17* PM.
    I.rnll. Mult < BetiW Sue.CLOSI ,it ha. I BRIAR BRAES CALL 686-4103 Pso000bo.. 1053, ',. rOrl. III.ooo. separata IOMO auildtniHIM
    ,... >' vin trpo M. n flat drink'nf ). Take apartment : COOirniV lot. near Mi dIodalO, 0100105. P a. OI.m.l. II. II9O11hauu on five acrti landKipedII ,

    .IN a..'..........' ." ton (or :Y i.Bowor oloVtrirol oomp.ni biiu ail up for instance This I I. two d.lI..20' up aood termi S sad troo mill UIOM lii dlf.4omSSIll ito now 9101.0. 10 AOI.TI .Y OWHI. I a.. ..11.55115. OOO Loc.ud four mile. Woe
    P'o 5040015 1051Lola ,of Bradler on p Phono.lectrititr
    Nino brand
    Wather arrot iood huh load lad
    Ito-tno Someweekir Motion s44 III... WoM'thffi big bedrooms, tile bath withJuiltln bo.... plrk out row homoiitolOHr 147 Ineom ,. laoooo
    > Clerk' Rent. .l4 SOIL area alUOO Ml ..... l r protxllon Pull 51100, 55 ... .ll 13.OM .1. .. payment*,
    1X1LAlD. POua reos 14bt4l 'br'lLj.t: LR: vanity, very large Prontaao OB South piarldi Awe ..Ptlmoro Khool dIstrIct i 50500 moslhbp. 005 e... .. Intaroil lie.7141. ..no.
    I4fllkrd. 0310.11.. 13.W"I J "Tralr, a wondorful plteo to TWO DUPLtXM' IfOOOS&F\, Rabin For Results "..d. trOrn 051,11Choroll
    living room dining
    :/ area nue wo to IIM froat t0.flIO.lInpb'TCoop
    lIu.I4I.. ....36.3. I\ired\ ass, a.. .1 Si ... 'uordon por foot I Ira" Orbs out Clovolond HrllhUPHI ..ntel lltcbeni turalihodidltlonrd Air .a. '.nd.,. MU ,FOR 'l
    Warlni. Roillor. PhonoMU 00. .._ .
    built in kitchen Including 0154' Uio Cortton PolmoroEirinnlari .. IsoilIstn.tlri.. .-,oao. 1 CB .11 .
    THRU ROOM ..,... apartment 2.2150.I. sohool, ud look tar 'ouarnt' : ".,. dllMJIDUPtUC port. eatt elda. 503 ....,
    hulls 41110.. 11 Iowa ..354I .AKELAND"OARDENS': range and oven disposal. ACRE' of lakefront proportr'.LlIU, LUIIitM .. 1141 Any "P .t eUW T 5105. II.... fso ,'.9 W monthlr ampler. 1.0to.
    I,,*rirW. 3530 01 .Io..Ue whr Homo park. two mill Wf.. on n... Pok' Cflr. fenrod rleered DBLDXI I. eerr nl.. proper ID I Call BOW for fr .nl. CSttIOO I. b. ,ui.un. iia-1121
    Ill 155350304. a. ...... $50 .nUl Dr... Pl.ld and Old Tompi refrigerator washer dryer, Termi. liD 000 W R. WlUluru, 133'xieO' : nl..r. hardwood floors, .. sod BO 05110113001Leonard 0..ll d..a '" Also .....
    10 Nit rIu11 10...... Ill IEaII Hlihwar. Rnmimn boll, hul. and breakfast area plentyof it", lor. MI iam .ndl..od. llerlrli 5511.p1,51 lollIr. to, Ol. MU 0.3101.
    W.1nul.ATTItACTIVELY. loboordi. loundrr ,..IIItI... p... A Urn ihlindi lot-but onui .1. ... rai '" and OUTHIIDS 1410 down. three OWNR SALE!
    PUItNI8HID orI 0455,4.. Liihtiai _".. IM. storage central heat and .nd oo oa a tvi'ou tins. cur 0115100001005. datbi. 0ss15 Rabin twa bath. CB home
    to 1.4,15, *01135,0.3. 400 air solo,. SIrS proloctlon oono. Corl SlOsh OOmbIsPd. Want sossiblossir. hroo. near ochool, ....?. Small down payment
    buSs 110,141 I P1,0* .30 3.347 conditioning carpeting LOTSBEAUTIFUl. 10. Palmoro School olitrlct Own .. hAl le It, Owner. 005.1600COMPATIBILITY Rmllor LMLAPhoni 'le..504IEW r..
    LAROIM0S30j'loojotoI and Italy. "oil ono oo hlo U on Fiber Road IB N.dulla *
    ... Water furnlthed. N..r .... Ph... IIU 04530. many other fine feature HOMESITES oaiaud at u.. ,rlco. Call sowl, 10JI a. lao.. IM .'rb ..!.. c.r.mlc wltit carporl and utllllr. on a
    11' IOn Cumberlind MU i-201.PURlI'HIID bath Mo inoner down wllh auilrridlt 0'.1.0'
    of IhU I room dupl for four SIrS let aoproilmililr '
    APARTIBNTI lid 1)5 Roimt F Each building ha an elevator -overlooking lake. Shade,, 145'x201' 55.0.i and or : pIus I in III" Ml month IM.0497 ipprilial 1000(1. |ol I month
    S 111(1135 4111 N.. T..a 111.11..n. .f plenty of parking, minimum trees, paved streets rapid'_oolnl Scot L.u-oIw ono,.dJlnl.. -..1.. 55110... IS) Houm For Sol TW0FIDROOS4 CII. 1.ot.h.d ......., CoIl Earl. Traniua MU
    Ilrll Motel In.ulre .... .IsnIb. ,our 1,000,1 mId I.7b or MV S 717].
    Low down
    I.". I slId 13 III. 0001413. ,. ROOM. olraa nnr but. maintenance foe ly developing Ideal reiiden,. Ihte .rlco ranio nll>, ,'a..I.1 505oldorallos 1'olrlIsrI.iIp. .no. parment .1 .
    ... fit North
    .. aontlmaa protorrod. rrlco .... 19 IM Tormi. Drlvo out .k. rour .nt. I.'r
    v. .1. I. 5 :
    Alter list
    ..oabl.. MU i 134.. 1 quietness of home and area. Just outside city ....I... Drlvo. to POlt DunranHMohu Z.nod C.I bIalooos. blood 10 lollCIllos ': r I.I'd: 14.0 055.0005
    APARTMENT Ideal and uira rliht on Llvo o.k ,. I.' dl.. BAWLB Two bedroom CB
    Old ROOM for other fine tea only few minutes from V WIly. 0i3.1513. 1. I. NO DOWN PAYMENT
    lontlomoa Prl many many .. .
    3 for worklnl KM 11,1113511 .... bath Rood Drlvo inuUt 10 AdO Rood t.n. plOi .n' 'I.m.nt. homo, ... OE rime and
    )J" Cut' Me4a H block Eaet nouthiot. prlralo Ro_.ontruwo. N... tures you will be surprised downtown, See these today third lot U-look for .1... MAUI BSVIIUL fOr, pool.dInIlli Irlosol 500011 510001 ..... Repainted Ineldo ond nut
    "" Pl .
    of Itrollo Diner MD 3 lit]. 0' rnr.I 1.51,0 PIth
    W. .
    11..1. lloo down Ml month Cell III
    5J314S9 or M 1063. to find with this type of livIng lacamo oOrll..o StrIct. off ,... U*
    TUMI ROOMS and bath. Ddecorated ..IJ' ale. owner ...102 .... ."ul 810 o IIII44BTHRIE .
    .....1, ,.. LADY 111I81R. 10 th... bIn It Will be worth CHESTER CECIL ROSENBLUM Opn aftvrnooB a)
    .1.11. two ,,, your MCDONALD ... .. BEDROOM two both
    II. .ltb .....1. or ..'k'n. lad,. PRO"TAOI .lb lOS h. 00 k> ..I.on. Phono .. ALL BRICK HOMES
    block Iron. oolleie. Ml I..tCUml.nd. 1111050, prl>lln.. MUNE 3.3005 time and effort to Investigate !- Realtor 0405104 l.d..ll.1 105101 5500. ..1.3311.PORleO homo. pows, Brlmtor MIL .
    II.otlot 5.51130Arold. 2011 Merlui War lll-MXil for
    > ROOM for ..... R .. Lh' E S S III,
    AIR CONDITIONED elflclencr DUolond RO-1070 One bedroom II... 0550115 1831 So. Florida Ill 1( RIlPSS detain
    lII.r $56.36
    SOlO Cll| MU 00133RIVATS .IO' sr.'s3d
    .. ...., ... .1.1.
    nit eer M. Golf .
    apartment alto available .1 LId, I. JUST FINISHED four bedroomi.
    MU 26010VACANT t... 117 I.
    Count 110* Norltt Florida A... ENTRANCI, priVoto 1001551 JMi bathi. fulir air conditioned
    .u. balh. twin ...... Coannloat loroiion on first or second floor level CABIN CAM 505r Like aepa- P....
    BouUiMdo oa but lino OWN/ A PART OF Inilde eltr, '- unlu tulIp 'ur CMPLITY AND attracting 510105, 1I.ln..orUl.. Tol
    NEWLY DECORATED faraaeipartment. MU :3.3111MODERN For further Informationand .1.11.. plui bedroom horn cl... Hold totor. rl4l .,. ....1 .... .. ..1 .a ,1.
    145 a month Keai.eke .,, but. Onlr II.MOClork fn.ntn. 0. \ IIlo.1."do. ". ...
    S iperitor Extra tOllilnop.,10 Ih..b. .
    Morton. 131 BouUt TeaIMIM LlVINOblnlll.n -_... oom. an appointment to see, LOTS 503-5313- 18all.III'V .
    11rsItp "
    FLORIDA WIth .11 ., Note .. .1 IS*. I .lll"
    lil.1414 bithroom
    la ootM call earliest Convenience IIN ACRIS land
    : rullr air conditioned, thrrmoitol at your 1..0000 lioooooo down DUI TO .I..ncr. Ml ..aa oa.ko.
    NICELY rURNIBHEO Ipertmrnld hoot II... SlId utlllllnuralohod This Is another KineywoodUvol PAUL I *... .....'.. .. .' ...1., hole with.... four
    IIIE monthlr Ar.hor"lb.
    '.100 Ill
    .nf attlltleo an* S..... : Moor ..ulh...*. lit An la .ll ,. oonditloa Cl homo la Mith Reiiitorod ... IMPERIALCONSTUCION
    707 but_50.D.sld.hAl Soul ......, "."713. ...1. lond Sills for tacrltleo. Call .rkor.
    ihad.d homnllo wuhln
    COLUOII. t.. 5.dro.s.s. Exclusive By J ACRE[ vilklnl dl.tonco of Clrvrlind 791 3 Florida AVI MU I.9417 MU 3Oslo0AOOAO 0.11. CO.

    ,im room, dlalni room. Urn 1)1 Urtfurnlihi Aysrti.4NCOLN court sohool and *.u...... THRU ottroollvo CIhomn .1100 DWN...10.. month Three aid bedroomit Southdo .. ,
    IlICISS; ecreoned porch both
    Orport. ntllltr awnlnfwindow.
    P.o.. MU a-0121 or MU I.2J44iwreir DICK BARNESRealtor RETIRING SOON? .. In..I..... nloo nrlfh. 1' bath \iran... Lane Ill Pla. Aro

    NICE PURNI8HID ..or'.nt'' COli T *oortm.ots TRACTSFOR LO-1 borhood, no clip takot. no olo. lot. Prut tr. 155.1414cl.lvlI.AND '...- MS-ttl

    ISO ....lb. lot .uoll.. lOll south Uktlu.. rin vl for wtor* P00.Si. LMLA Longfellow! Let ui point out the Ini coil: Torm.. moos ....r..... HEIOHTS Urn. .11
    1' manyodvsntsgos
    lII.rlb .
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    MU I.101)OARAOE lotS Woodland lot IS > two bedroom ticme Lot 101131Cuetom
    IIU 10315.TWO 2011 S: Fla (867103 Juit of tho ClIp bill wllh of choice Income lot laroo ihadt trou II 710 built br ewnrr. Con.lruc

    APAItTUEN't.urn"" ". 51000004 du.l.. I. D'... loot' 1110.15.ol for Windsor Arm. $25 utuiiloo a..I1..... H.MO. worth 110000 Throo bodroom. I.. end locotlea the beet WouldBEBT
    4350 knlroom ntu MedullaKhool I I..... 11..1 SOd0000SlOd. 075 a 115405101,5 ar..ta IsIs around Ill, 05 000000 OintoM proper near the recrea 131 Sir. n. II,100 and two btdroomi ..n.ldo .ld D.".... lor.m.1 $50 PER MONTH
    Water fiunlihed children mO.'b. ". 0.00t "Q ..">. n OM oach LK-30JI aadluturo cultural area of 711 Sovonnoh. '70.>kr-. 0101,? hO .u.1UI' boo,.raOI
    ...._. Ml a ...tIt. MU (. MO ,. &. 1.151020.Crystal. lImo ocrn. B" ooihIn W.odlsod Sill..
    4003. DOWN MONTH Lakeland where property nr i ult>. Phono own.r
    143 Mobil Hem Lot
    v. DUPLEX throe roomi and ] 8IS.37J'. LOCATION In Lakeland I sod I kodromt fr.m. homo
    I boll Modrra. 140 aunlb. 10M Lake Dr value are stable and In Twa bedroom mnonrr. ""rld''hat ai.. bo loll llsrdialilf.,
    WALKING DISTANCE .U" ."_ T.lopho.4 BIAUTirut IAROI ohadr lot SEE UNIIIR CONOTOUCT100. 'no.41- room hardwood floor., No ono"h'n.' no oloilni rOot. no

    DOWNTOWN 5124351 '., VallIr oa Loll Par.,. S.51 ... J... f.. ..... ,,,t of Lab.ltoIIlIlwoOth. ., crIsis yearly with the I. dooIlO I.aUlrIsp.P0Spill lick 'lrd. Spoil tree.. SouthSee ,.Ir... ..nl.. down ,.,...n,
    / T.nk. 351111 ODd .1.01011 Pb $0I0tItUlIp 0004rd. growth of the city. dlnlni room ........ t.. aId. It. It. bur It Brll I I.m.1 .. inoTo IB for inform.non
    NI'WLr DCCOItATID II.. r..... tIp NOB with tlroplano, dOohIsdoor 1" '.. Uond.r throuib Frldtr S
    131 monthlr to ilnilo Fri or bLob, 100005,4 .13..31. IAKEIANDACRES IIN/.I" Dnutvu S doyO ..m.t. lISA I. .n.
    ... lOfob. N'llors. .. foyor. ..ub.. un.i '
    All '
    pit electric .
    0111..It. .
    Prlwill both upptr ud 7014 Part Hill inouin M Pal. bO. 1oII.10U. Right now wo have a fine loll ann. Lo..I.nd'. monO ... l.n.d C.I tu lt
    "r nIrinca I"" 141.ollLuxa. .allI'I' 5111111 .dd..... .. 10114. SAVE .&0: Three bedroom CBhouie MU
    tocited liree unit Income 01.
    an oranteStreet property 2-228
    rhono Walker IM-tlai TWO bodroos .11" ....; Investment 0 5134033.tli1at130O0Ml .I"lll. kl.bID.
    eltr Phone
    lot which aIls
    *tU-OltS M3ao31NICELTTPURNISHID. :I.ral b.al 104 sir liOdItI.5Iu.., on an extra largo 11< bath
    boIlS la .... aad taaio. rolrlo LOTS ON DADE CITY ROAD C.m.. 0' PIll sod .rlb t... would permit building of Plorida room, .. oonnltlenodlonctd "Y OWNER' retirement homlCB BUY LIKE RENT
    :irolor. Walklni dutinco toKhooli Ind..trl.1 000105. Ch..p .11. 5 rord Soil bon.m' u SOur central hoit twa bedroom 'I bodraom, lath. SinS
    dupleiuor aid ihopplnt. Tb. flaoot LL-1W1 four more unlu dlrsblI NO reaeonibia d... oomel. los Inr .
    woodUl. Trailer Fork JuitCheunut I Iof' ...._a' IB L..I.... 1100 per EXTRA LARGE MEL RUDY 1 ..011 or .,...1..1.0 ... C.I .. a month It* VA 50011151Phon. ''I ..dnm...ll bath..FIB .0
    91* HarwellMOrlwe I oionth Ul Wnt Carolo Btrort PAVED ROAD Present units all modernized 605.30,00toap.s room .
    MU "IS17Aftor I IUAL C... E I. 11001. MU ..... ar LMLA REALTOR A. S. MORROW I mono BtDROOM CB, Ilko now. I bedroom, I huh on Oslo
    a.IAII l..4I. ToN .4414. MU S M70 CRYSTAL LAKE well furnished add rornor lot, oil b...oonditloniniFHA BEDROOM. built-la bitch I i I room. .e.
    Proliors LMLA ,
    en Ororo Park orctlon. 1419Croooint bd.m. Po"
    00 0355$. 1(001 035 a........... ;SUIT P1NUNED throo I ..... AREA MORTGAGE BROKER aOI S. Tool 'b. .U .311'I comfortable nil. .Widow lin. norui IIJ Pllre. Sill dowa UOa .tra. S II0
    I. 1144 OlkhlllCLEAN mOt 114>. ..
    room aparUnonto for adultc. Con. month C..n' P1101 Urt Rude
    1327 E. Memorial 141
    MODERN 'ral h>at and air .tondllloalnit $1,495.00 Blvd. SAIIOA1NI BEADTIPUL modern Phono ...-..107EXCEPIONAL
    aa t ipielouoi t 1000 ... ,.. of lltlni area Outltat owner have priced horn. throo bodroom m bill, THItU .0/1. Iwo lath COhoo.
    IIIr. i room alcilrturnuhod dial (86-4107 time '
    Utol for oouplo C-jnrenlontlr Bullt-la 305... Ono SlopS. fromrollro.0 any 14S Iwiintu Pr.prty his to Inspection can flno ..m. lot, ronnnlont loci Call sIt,,
    At 731.744 P.rl Mill $150 down $25 month Ills. Silo Crril.l Loko St loo 3 10 p m MO a 7109 BUY
    leceled' 407 Wort >>..blond. MU
    5257.HId :Coil 0.. Sutiaa, 119-4111 atHt TAMPA BIOIIWAT IOU I ".'. be arranged. Visit our office oasIS for ".11'. Drln br 3611 591,1. OK tride, three
    &....183. 0.o.r.s nIm olfer John area. detail ehonil Aronuo. Ctll own.rmoioM Ca houio urnlihed co 1 II "o.ln. ... lr.Kind
    OARAGI ..........1. 00. Phone BARGAIN LOTI n.. Ro.I.... Ill WooS Mala IIRII.IPIINTIAL for further Molfoim Th.,. Or will trade for homo In :I,.Sled ind ..I.. b.d..
    or wo btdroonu. eleelrlo kitchadult .... two bi elooiria nil.nl
    M. *. Mo poll 117 South Unttrtiltli Hm iIL80 682-2283 Dl pl.. aonrd.-..!.. of Llko Wire COMMIR C L. PAUL B. BELLEW 1101 'TUNTN Atonuo. O'n.. Liuderdilo o".I.ood. hoot air conditioned do',-
    ..... 1.1 1.0 .
    '..d. cor Mnonola and Vlri nia. Tit lou iiui all areai Mol Tbr. I.D. bio corport. lano will \will
    PARTLY furnlihod I sod 111,. U.000 00 Cash Rud,. 11.111.. 1127 I. basmorIsIOltd "A Independent Rol Cetat P10,141 rootS. IafatIliltd00s5. TWO BEDROOM CB COIIMl will ,,irpellni. SI.5.554. .. Ono
    1 .......... Mol Rudr P.. iior ......10'1.TJ 10571,0" C.nl'.1 Iii, .nd. b.. 00 BOOStS loot lol Lake Pierce T.o ,.f I ho bMt home. In tho Brea
    130 'uml.... HOIIIM 137 CaM Mlmorlal BUd. MlUNPUanlBHID 144 Acrtogt, lets Fr Sale IALTiiAcTItran dIolaa 723 S. Florida Av.. .trio.5,0304 MU .1021.U'O brdroom h 05.3a0 4 doublo 11Phone ,Owaer mod Mil prompllp. ..d

    110'1. HIGHEST LOCATION! 3541. ......I..t," II 167 SOathIp. Tb,.. r.... .U 51,45 0' tAltaod.llrobl .111 moke eonildorabie ....rll.
    TWO .10110011 11_. A'ult. DUPLEX: I bMroomo. PIUS LOIS .r.,... Ul dow.. Ul M.. OIshosp. Rallroid 110 000 MU 6 2497VSI ,.roo.DWN.. ,. 150110101 ...."... Lot 100'.IU'. 1330 broad043. In orr KMpoa.ioio .u,.. .
    month Mel Rudr R'lllor tail In oltf oorntr Brunnol anlPorktr Ribbon 111211OOlOtllilll MU I.J144. ... n termi. You won | '
    013 00 0.535. 1104r.ss..s. $00 carport. I ....k. orhool.Bouthnto .. B Mrmorul Bltd MU *.4107. OIl ....I.... Ilk. Bon. oIohn J. .ro..... Reiltor III .ull\ln. 1" .
    5515130.Oltr kotlar bur
    .nUi prrmen.nlIAST 31514.111 103h. 'SO. mi Carolinal4Qil 4103 r".o..d BEDROOM. ... 1511.b a
    not 71'.120'
    Additional land II FUR
    .. '.1...,.. .. or amo CHOICE BUILC1HO lit. 1901 nid4. SJUOO 0$. BY OWNIR 515100.3 prnperlrIKroo III .OJ, .1..7" .. porch doublo rrlrl Pools ....101NIOHT
    TWO 110O. 100011 1JOt tad THHEI BEDROOM with oorportBPACIOtI "41'. dlrorllp .lIln' 3. 0 Clove lou toO shirk Eut P.O. hOOtS IDUCID 51500. ....In. C.U. Will trade oaultr on ..J..

    5.0.000 .."t. 507,. 55113040.1005 4454. 015month. Ion' He.hU BUd Call MO IMJI 1 "street. lot feet '...1.... 800dtpth ,000015. Wi nrl.. 150 hod-I ? ...trai.. or 'lot con a..um.
    Coo .'.... "u "1111. : MO 5.3570. trOt I) feet Irontaio, 300leel room oondluooIdrol 1. .r. .., 1177 .Lone I !
    SIDE 5.31.31, 140 Oa buirmcod 1- : lorll Clrve and, h.lhle
    LAND : elortft on COLLEGe'LI.ln.
    II... Chlldron ..1. BUY-1010 Or,.. ..mlHired OUTSIDE CITY depth Eiuaded 505blUrb ADS NEA
    rerd T a a IB bodroeml net 013.SIA.lIt.lAlS' or
    land, lo Eaet Oleendtf BtrMlIUl QnS"fO on Plo.
    pine MO por acre I rt BYOWIIIR' lot
    ..flII.IU 11107town N..I, '.I.t"' torio ,ard. Carport Own.r 4,3-34oa. .1.d. m.dontb. I
    03405.5. tattle ranch, foooed and 100 feet frtaio. 900 loll A.I ... bSSro.f all o..I.d da r. I Mdroomi
    .ICII ONI bldriom, all 1110131IlrhI Coamntatlr. lora. .. 1401 rau feared Corral and laidlnimlr HOMOSASSA dollS II1l 1. ..1CHOICE \ SEE BHAUTIPUL Sun Arm Two and HIM C..... kitchenhulll I .tho. ....r..m h.. prl.to .
    ,. Jooophlno MU 1-4114 SPRINGS ',. 001?lto.IO S Solh.OlIIibillot
    Call MU 1.1. .bu. SOC poflrl 1ft ar.u hree or lour bedroom home. In.. .tral heal ottlo fin
    CLEAN TWO Its MODERN two 'd,.., du.ploi IMOO Ilion down wo icrei. WS1Ii't31I0 lots is .. DO 5000001VIII IV.II.hi.' 7.335.II floor, hulllm the low well. .0 I50'30t055 IIJMIU 1 a lotluded 510 d.riIlloOIr
    hu... ..bll.Wdr..oo. Soodb.dSoil 01,ntrii kltchta. IU 2 10 ar no held ef tulle, only BIO.000 10005. ... 5sf ....11. 14 Woforlronl PreptrlvSACnincs rinn, iwnini windowiitirtlni .. .. 113 Luello' Winter Mi rnON I.ntal. Carrier ooollni lid h..l
    an. $0iYl.
    .. .
    BUSINESS Oik floor,
    i I I.
    181-4001 3 000 SpOIl four mllei from C, II JIlt, 117 a monthLocnted "tm.
    MM pLod Telephone MI- Oardrai. US. hlthwarroalom : LOVELY Shldr Lano. Lab.ll Ion .1..ln. a,n.nn
    preie Lokolendon .
    rnlIsIRa.2 of
    .130. TWO OR Ihroa bod'...... cliaamodem .. CEDABI r.mn 'h500SU.lo 0 bunt 3 bre. i il.a0d.5SI. laroo ihidyrd
    enlr I7M 5 ? seeR ORMOND
    aer BEACH Por
    two IC ROOM Ivrollh" lo00 ..... ..orbool .lor.i bui C Lob or R L. oardnorDlrhl LOCATION 1'1 9 .d... novel iioni lortSt.P Old Winter In'.r".n Haven, J.d.JrrMardI. CB twa bath homo. OS 1,. *14100. Trm.. Puralturl
    nifiudina' minuoo. Me-aj7i 5 ailln-norUl. low from AUanrfr Cad or term rll with icreenrd ...
    III i patio
    503 3003. 513543 410.0.1.4.. C.UMU Mvlltr, loll $. Mall 710 .. CY 4-1311 WI,. .I.b..h. I Ul $.tl
    0.0553.liSOLO THROB BIDROOMI CirportItorm ...... MU 04033.LAILLAIDS 0..... 4JO from Malifu aIrs NEAR SOUTHGATE Lint lot'r.. UM. I*. off 01 .. CY 3.1513OACIIIPICI O 3 cor lar.io. I,* 104 down 1100.Phone 21461
    I1MOOO. week .. A nnoehoiHldeower 0 mIIr.5. North on IIono )11 j
    III1DROOM 1000. 'or OInt room.. Ou boat. 110 101 Ill? 001... Lot f.. I Nona .. IQUITY 1,1 'J'OTr. birond .
    ,. 0,1101. .54 K."h' $111101 I 011500. III 3.IJ. 70 117$'. WilbIal '1..an.. 15 3111 Bout Florida A...' Unl 301. woodi.I.. witorl t .. kd000m horns. 51,51,5 Homo. .11 IS1l15,571'n5710 | Cap.nl. .CLA1SIFI100ISPLAY I
    IIn". Cootoeb C. P. 1>1_. .5- CLEAN-TWO brdroom dupl.a'arao 5011111' 5...o'n. SI .11M" AVOfo PARK well built noun. oould M IOn..$. 1210 W00d1S004 11*0550051.4Sill '-
    I WIO I ........ olooo .. Mom UlOKoola. '.110O. Call IUoeaa .r IoIU od for offloo builnew. ar homo 100 PT tekelront :31 mllri we HIW .1. h.... I.
    13* PUm.ito. 0.3510Copics 12) lOllJO1 lot.. botn tot HoG 00 Sod bu.lnM.1 A roil bariiln it of 0.5laodlS .....Hilehlnih- : .I- It.'bl. a.. Wit 0.' so.. or SILL YOUR CAR
    TWO IIDROOM houM. all .,... Ingulro 1200001 I.., tarmi ar..n... Loot lot S 5,551,1 I4 oo HisS' ,CHARMINO SMALL horn, mu.tDo 50555. Th. .I III TO US
    trIo run out lit,. Moor SChool U"'URNIBHI'D' TWO Sod Oh?.. 50,140' 10. Is slIp III? CO.17J*. end drr. Cm 10 br boit to Kit ...a 10 ipprtcuto. ,?.. ., .. Plorlria bd.m..
    .nd tmro' orr rauonoblo. (>.. bidrsoS b...... .10.. 10 01104. POlO PI_. L.nd......... 12.000 PUNTA GORDADAVENPORT .immee or Mleml' ate R. 0. Leli I III. I raluro.. Pull tuo 1..1.. I In 'anll doOurI.. ro. ad.11 WI PAY TOP PRICES .0.
    II'.. 130 to ISO MO ..n.. "III MU I 9134. L Oordner L E.k..r Bud I.,., "... porchnlihod .lIln. .allnl. "".1 .do. ANY CHAN UnD CARS

    TWO BIDROOU duplo nr ooa. S ATTIIAC11VI b._. I hod010 OROVI LAND 10 atnoi. 11100 P605, SoIl 555.0*. SlIIald. lISP KEN HARRIS Letl at Drkl Reeltr. loll EMI "11. .obl.. burns.".... c..5.10005 10 .al' wsk.hop ROSS LAKILAND
    dItio.Io00.1" .......tAd. prmonoiu $. TOO 1..Uon. 50,55 aIr and "k I, Beautiful hlih land 04200. Mallo .t P1050 MU .1133.. 15150. 050.7401.SUNOALOW.ornol.l.lp. 00,.,. NU ''J1. I

    mldnco P50*. MU IoTODimo. pod11105Pd. SIlO 11110. Clisk ...rm eectlon L.i..... lIDS lendr Realtor lo 550.0. LMLA PPROXIUATKLV I ..... Olike .nL. tAr. DUE TO old ... an. lIln.oo. I.. MOTOR INC.
    451. Ml till don Roalt", 5564031MODION lOlL Prlco |>90 per .... Termiat 1WJ I Florida. AnIII1111 Loss UO ft Lnkefronl C0IOSISIIO5111110o0rn. bedroom h.D.. ..naos a. 'r.11 I I Blv**.
    KICI TWO l.Jro.mA4j1.oiijo down Beo R L OordnR ... Broullful two ....,.. homocollaoeo I linmi room ... b... oa Merlllo Attonu.
    kiun.n c.u ATCOACTIVI IhOS C Lall or r.. -. 5.50. at Lakl._ P'r_hut outild. til*. Income, br 50.ltmIIS lId 'Ibo....,,. trollP0105 Ph. MU l-IIII
    01\03"1.: .. .1..n r0000S i
    000*.. 154 Hili 1.515. .ar Dlcbl Relltr. IPhone losS 15.1 ,el 101101 IsIs all tmrthor .. '.1,. II CLl .I..d b'I 151.11,1. ....k CI.AlStPllO DII"LAV I ,
    TWO 351050051 slab an' iIoc. .001.. FoSood ,ard. '10. Clark .Il'1l33.PASTURE 1400 tmeTarau 144 farms Orson Ranchn P. L. Oirdner 'or B t.
    I.... ra" .n' baD plc.Io Sioll13110 1.1113. 811..031. on alt abon. 100 lawn. :
    LAND 400 a...,. Dirk Iteiltr, 1011 S Mill ; d :
    SIN Hull ItnotRNIIIHIO BIDROOU hilt duPlmTh .... .,. ..IU bl.r. .r.u k
    TWO 10.4 .lI. ..... 55005..r. .I.oIflred. FIVE ACRE Plant CAp firm Ph M ? 02 fOlKS/
    ; C. ...IL.... UTIL oo bodroom. Florida. room ..... PIlot CII,. Oslo homo, furnished Mo.e In II 300 7ii111i1050051 aouio.. Built.kitchen .-dill lIlt Ilr. ..1.
    plod ud ohu trov. Call .... Both loir Boar Tawa Mol Tor.. a.* doss 'I..d.
    500 SIlO.
    BELLEW' Cub take' Clark Hoallr. *..- Ill '&'00. Locited I I 01.0 Lhl.nd.
    1351.50 a.. "lI5p ... .11 Rgdr. oM4107Bronnoa Bee U oardner, II. C Loll or PAUL. to31. .rta of 10. oa 301 In Crwoocbee iwo KOHOOM. nowlitoralod dO,.
    Wo., Quota .tp,40.iwiWii4.oo04. IT a It I a BEDROOM ".III.Id.. R.C.. Loll at Dleka Realtr. "An *... ..., .aoal E.UUBortloa' Ownir. MU 9.1711. .. N.. roof Out of tows

    1Ie b.tb 014." 1131. I 004500.. 550. Jobs J. toil Cut Mala! ph... III-111] Arientlni 110 ACRgB and 110 Peniieoli loopOslod 5551.I to. ..n. ..1 .. .'. 1404 Won

    13 'rOlllO ISo.. Modoo .....r..r. Realtor. 124 W. Mala 1-01011 .A37'5A7'lVl hlll.ld. TM I. Plorida A... MO ..1117Mulwrrf OS.,.. la rouni oreniei. 30 MlWlllOrtOOIIIHflMBS .t".n
    5003 N.35 $ Bt 1044101KMALL ... .
    S010Wa. ISO I I. 5050l.SbIS Loll 0114. ...onnl 010 OSIP000. Borne Cr 1G
    month eHUTIMl .... ..
    HOUSE iai per moath. Walo. .tl'OO.I. iron timber. All under fence

    BEDROOM alp. ...... 53510$- North ttorle A_". Phono MO I." 0.00.5. OIa-l40'. 31% down. ..., torme UcotionPnlk

    ".nl. BoMhlldo. Clow to Lab 44IMTHRIB. REAL BAROAINSI Hear Uko- HOMESITE CII,. Cil Auburndalo. WO

    .uaur. Coll Job. Cook..* With BKDROOM hOt. foi lind, tmoll Kitto. at land up IT 11.11...r between Ukelin Slid .3111 mil COLORBD ON 11TTI '

    Nolan OIUolu ....01"" polo IM month 1J47 VUM. Piece 10 acroo eomi with hoiuoihooMlteo M1UOO Uodrd wll" 30 ..r.. trove. 90 ..... mature .un OP W""TI I. O OE[
    J1I7 .' 4. Call Mq I JIM With "' .d.. _.11 dowlpirmeau Oak > ado Iron. Onl, UK* wit 050011, 50011 with tome Volenflai DWN

    TWO BKDROOII< furllthod oot1)1 THOu BIUROO" .0. bath I. Call Miloolal Tb.'.... 10.... For ID._"".. call and P.,.. .,.... 10 Cl) 710A IIUOLIPIID IIUYI. rOII

    ..... ,1P0 0003,04.14 101 .... ._ I..t_. 1760 "..nl.n.lOnR.nlll sinS, -? Bert RMi.nRriltor RISTER ocre. I 10 I rr. All .n ..... MEL RUDY, RELTOR. 1.2
    5.310*. C.II IoIU 2-43.. '10 .... ....ntb. C.II MOaat m 9711OlIBON MORRIS S2 5.10. Im..d 5101010, 5' 1"011 ..10'
    Sr NO 00500.iiiciii ;;Oua C001cI 1444. kuUl sad REALTOR' 1151054.5 .I1l. Med 51,0100 4 bOrn..
    lbS 514.. U. Ie 02' 1,551011lsolUli 111.1171 M IHIJIIYOU'LL C. ....... ...'....nl 01554ISa
    Fee lent, MIOCIUUI.O! ? .1344. $0110 500515 _In.. P01111.. 5350- .. .100.. P..I .''''11I11.. we'd like to hammer
    51111 00 ..11. Ppoorsd p.rd. VIlli" .. 5. 0.1 555 bm
    0. .... ..33. 10001105 110O .lIhIorm.
    SO M M I RCIAL RESIDENTIAt no.M. Ph.... MU 1-041 .. laths MI.h.lI, 1.010. 151 Seal Eitoto Exerting
    tur.l.hod or unluralihod ronwlo TWO BEOROOMB llflni sod PARK. AttracUro Ukeloto. 2tOi 4. 71011111. MU 1..11. .,
    Mol Rudr Rooltor 1137 tut Monorlol utllltr room aorta opico htofcor 1111 Urio wooded Sills VItA ...- Is the reiult-action get
    III." Moulin MrtMM. oWctrlo ...... 1U1 Clowpad ..... and weur la Oood torma FEELRICH WI TRADE modem 9 bedraom you
    H.lihtl Bind 111. OII. HBO Und Cempaar. ol* 0olVERT Plorida room In Oroviirk
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    ..,.... alsO ,.... OoodrooMratlol THRIB bodroopj CB DE8IRABLS lou. Ul Modre. aria .Id.. .
    MODERN HEAVY BLOOM! .into tho South lldl MU t with Inexpeailv dual
    .'dential eeclloa. clOM la andaeir
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    .. l.010. IIIU $3002.: 3034 II.. HAVS LOTS la M.d..... NMrlet.ed all Mirth OP all Jefla. Price 11011 ..r.. Cal ned ad. Dial f-USl .

    13) Mtblli H.mn J...., It_. SIt? wotor 71 '..1.210 ont 171000 term with oa 9lt b.I..down.. CoU Excel Jim ,. r.. ... 0 .1''ALI M lOse Mrlnji ore Ttrrlllc-S Drive the car. (I

    AIM. tola ....Id. ell,. cloeo In with the cash for oa ,.d.. ,sloh 2h.droorn choice nowllU
    Tiiiii'"i'iiDROOM. 1\1 .Ih. C. Weitilde with lltr ...... IIMIVP you get P..... wllh T. R. Tucker JrRealtor Iro.' your
    b.llt.II.a.. aI. ....lItoa.ro. it IM 7171 luiurr omo now bring la sew
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    Free Rent longer needed things .. Deep rock willako .
    1350.111 SrOS 110 ..11Ir"rl I dieeounlo ..on.lderr'or add.,. .. ssor an.
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    Free Towing. LAItILAND: H\GIlLANO. D.n.n. you sell with Classified IrOOlfOrn0I010 reon old . >. 543 000 prlco rime Write : '
    TWO BIDROOM booM lot re... ...d arletloo drelniel .
    1I.\lh.. LoS N. I. SOVlsartsO pereomplel on,... Nb I. loS 5110. Tssm.P10,14. ,
    I" 0 00515. .55 11.55. lIOad. f.., Irrliitlon 11 PlYMOUTM I.e. ? ."
    spIpillIll 'M boosssIIo .re.to ..
    tIll AprIl I adi Dial MU 8-1151 to OOk or

    ta .....01 P0.1545,5 list Ills Call IIIU 4200. vatur'atthed ,, CS?.,,. 111,1 ro" 104-1320 I...rn.... ""Include..1.. p135..II.. .Turbine. p5, CLAb5lPh1DlIPI.AY __ DI.LA. owowltionlna .. ,
    $14.ta $0111110051 Slob PAII 1.T PURNlHHtD of LOTS. e.11.leooo. eort _
    ..... .... 4010115. ..511WYMAs .2088"
    '"" flto room aoiuo. IIINoria 100 aioo. Outtide Mulberrr, H'inMo. place your want ad. UItIlRlf 5 lLALOCIt.'NC. ..'L".OUTN I 5..v
    Jlrtlo M Boollboow SlurS tadt? Wtnaok ATCBUO, otrourooioVioeoil 355. 17. f O Boa 111 Mulbom .

    I .11, ,..UIII.. iS .. 3154 o pi4.. Ii400I... PI.'Id.ii'r. Sink ehrt: ....
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    ALL NEW 3-1t7l.II' 0111 _.... Call MU I "cOSIFIlo' -. C"A"I"IO_ 0lSPI.A1 V *** .u.on'l .....

    Drive Out Today To 111 OoUTPIM Rood ... doroiod ... thru WEDNESDAY :':: .
    two bedroiai.. doa oduluonir : SPECIAL NOTICE TO TRUCKERS!!
    ".. Joe Mniinoa ItoolMt4I1.U74. PLYMOUTH I.Door Sedan. V I.boete .
    CIRCLE! : 'II PONTIAC CarillM "S.lal" l PIM. W.|... 1. .?.'* '..".".. ". "*..

    '111* SOirm 04.0s15. Two bod- LMdid" wIlls air loaoltlonlnf, $ J C CBOJ power .. : ,089II

    OBILE HOME boo_. 1000.0.... 1005155101: G.M.C. awnor, law mlloa d ,JjJU

    540104 ...,. $15 100151, lot .
    this Weeks Special 'M14.lom. 5.01101. OIJ.I34. Announces The PONTIAC ''., Chnf" 4.Door So.oa loaded' .U.OUYI d. ...I.e.Will, Sedan. S

    IWO 50010004> 0.. .,Ia,.: Proudly wieb alp elIdltiOSiO1. $2395 Bun : 'a8

    New .01 .45 5 050.1*.. 1\1 ........ I.sIik: .

    10' ROYCRAFT New-E-Line Vi Ton Pick-up STUDIIAKU "Lark" 1.D_ Sidon A rail 'I CM..OU1 auUnutlo Immll .Irene.._

    1 : 01 ee en, rod: and
    1 $4995 coMMony ruitnir $AO heeler 2683

    StaMW trimmniloii . O7J
    01 West Arlana St. IICONOMT .
    SOMEONE 0-00. Seden
    Sodon, roi.o, rloarir, JTQ C .CN..OU1 01000mlo,01r.d
    7 I
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    $1795 'st' A vary tharB sop oj hootor *' .. 0 98

    AM MODERN furaubed keweo ( OLDS 14s11d.y IAOC

    1S111055 0.14 bIos WANTS The New '64 V-6 GMC Trucks 4Oaor'S 95'S *y ? 't CMfVBOlIT :.Deee :
    I...... 0111I.111 10,1104 Try V'I. eul,m.l. eroeam ee' :

    .11..11. !_. teJoIIEDROO. l05,*p In Anvflm' ** oondtonnt full power, or '8

    .. 51111sf .a boa yoor mobile bom. Contact R.M.MUNDUY I REMEMBER BOYS- D. ikt RMdl A Placi At CMIVaOlIT d-Beor _.. I

    One hook to OIOnfl. III sod 1318 EAST MAIN STREET 1 ..
    dfl. .......... your buyer .la the CIa.... I w. BB.. hOp o"BlMr! said Bad1 rocond'ttionoolJ I I ,;550,0 o.l. aOOV 688

    1I10ROO. ,""' ,..... "a1i- M. LEWIS I t"Kkl 'R Uf .t Pdltom pYKII.. YOU'LL fIND -
    '''' ....1. Call NO 2-1". fieclMCtloa. tMilMUB-1131

    l.I.b" 351110 ,.,...... .to plac your Ittaxpeoitv Kerley Pontiac

    fI "LII" $10110111 ....1"or' LAKELAND FRAME & AXLE SERVICE
    ... *..1011. ad<< BOW.

    11.111 3*'. Dtlll.1Io '.....h.. "I*** 'I n. Little M lor to,., 22 ,...f Deooaaaala, Quality Sank)

    11.00. 5000 W" 50'. W. Memonol Blvd. Cr Wobaih Av.. el h. 632-0178 411 N. Florida Av*.
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    REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE RIIWN'r, suROI 6EEM9 fee sour TMFRE n's eEErl FOR OUT Vs TO t t3E IT gOadli'rtlNqOIiE QI.P!! 'nJIm 1 153 Home Fir Sale IS) "OUIII'1t Sal. .

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    IS) HOUIM Fir Silt 1S3 NtuiM for Salt = APaIN' tiTRAI1HT CON GEE A tiHIP O'
    DIl'TY 16LANCrr' RIC.HT Cl OSB TO 7rb baths. Wna Llv/nt/ Room GOOD BUYS IN HOMES

    3719 HOPEWELL THE BEST IN = A cAr+w BeACH/ FI4URl! :: I'VE GONG ggyln Pamlb. Dd Room Pftsra. MparaU. Yodara AlnlntRoeel Rllchw .

    Room for your family ti D, REAL ESTATE -- T. bit .la stow .. o..n, Ipr1eNreenN 3730 PAinMOtmr-One of the .
    LA110DPlot. ,
    POrob w aitrp but lociUoae in Lakeland Thl.
    play on this large 70x220 lo t PrIMd N loll aL 101..... I. ea Ideal home for the tamllr
    Lake DeMon will 'lake riounaller with oIIl1d_. ..0_ h.. llvlnirooBi .
    with concrete block three .. In tridt- vrry Blre ''ii- NEAR SOUTHGATE J bill.. ..... JH bath.,
    bedroom home with built-i n brd room horn wild llvlni room 1I 1 IipdrNmw i baiha, awaratodlnlnt beaulllul 14 aM' Florida room,
    dlnlo6' room IIth.n and 1'., i and eltro Bloc kitchen with plea
    range and oven in the attractive baby There li a Florida' room HRRAOYLit dor lined room tloMU. Florid. pirQuot Boon lloonFloikwool Co-. tr of cabmen, ..'.b........ wuher -
    Lana ,11I" room and Horn and drrer .I... lane brnkf.it -
    kitchen I Lots of Uundrir
    pint room Tin klu-brn/. hi. a bull'.I. Uuulilloa room adlacent lo kllrlirnwlUl
    trees and 20 varieties 01 f yenta and oven You'11 onlov Ut; ; \ 61: room. .carport, rrlood. Man Hunt ether ILI171IKATHLEEN UKtenure. protte built-in. All el 1 Iho
    err rondlllonmand, br.11111u,' '1 bedrooms have lane rlouu and
    fruit trees. Close to Route 'Itrr\\N "..... W. haw the key bum-In ...r... feature. You
    come ... u.. R ROAD Kxcellaatbedroom Ihl. nouie Ton will
    t 98-Interstate 4 Interch.naeRN4S0. t t Mono IWOO. TonuHO Mould MO
    .10J4. like It "'. will bo lied la aho*
    Kll W Lab IIonn Drl" 'N..r you, HO-1130

    .Lima I....IIrHf. bldroome IIIh..II-'nlll rarh with,Irtll,p REAfisfATEl* REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE OM r7ondp OLtNDALt loom. _CIoIId I 7ldroom.porcn.H..dwood ,. CLEVELAND EK11TB/ --Ideal re.tlnmeat .

    t 935 S. MISSOURI walk 'IB clotrt 2 tile biUii wlhvanllY / floor.. Real turnA home on beivlllul lot
    irowlni oil rue run I in In Uil. line accUon of Lakelandpaeloui .
    1 Fine six frame home your OWB nun-llle. Florid room 153 NDUIII For Sole 1S3 Heusit For Sal. IS) HOUIM For Salo 1s3 I HOUIII Fer Sale IS) Heuiii Far Salt ,.141.700. SLoIIU-I. well eonitrucUd 2 bedroom .
    room b.I,our with' oeautllul bullllnkitchen mature Con bo bouchtlor
    with three bedrooms and pinlrr bar dlnlni room I MODEST 01.MO down, ta.B auumo t'Vmortoaoe
    .nd llvlni room Crnlral heal and Lt1't7.a HaM In the Counln parablo 176 00 per
    t screened front porch. Range IIr oondltlonlm From rear balcony ,. STOP LOOK LISTENIf 219 AZALEA 1BR FURNISHEDWe NEAR HOSPITAL Unique 1 bedrooms. 1 bath on Vi acre month. ItN.....
    nature woodland ,...
    .nd Included. tee own South ol Lakeland MOM To
    refrigerator I. t. hiblllt Urn brniUr .Atlricllvo... bedroom homo .,lthPI."d. Ito 3o17. DOF.WOOD OWVt-FJtOUT
    own Auc -
    you are looking for one Excellent three bedroom have 2 cozy 1 BR home room. .....rl and mllliiroom / : RsIdenre avill.ble to ass (113
    Only $7,650 with 12,000 lull londuatied lot On eewir ruuve traniter BVuined andBiaeterfullr ON CLEVELAND: HEIOHTI OOLP
    The price ... been rrdui04 .. berll of the nicest apartment concrete block home In like completely furnished local <1 plui additional Dulldlnc buill"' a eouolienwrlno .. LITTLE HIDE-A-WAY COUMB-ipMlouc. 3 bedroom I
    down. Close to shopping and Immediate Ownw bID reduced price .
    school RO-1039 no..I.terollrnt I h.IKma.. Ma ker. Will sites In Lakeland here it Is new condition.. Priced fat on North A South idea I4om..r.Inlormal,u.. ontertalnlnoFcrfict control 10 euro I.... lot, 10 oaks, ooncllrue biUi .homo and la modern perfect In condition oven re.cpecl .

    grammar .n.lder renunt Lot 100' x 200', four nice below cost with only (1,50(1( priced .t S3.300 t $6,000 re 814 OSCEOLA .u rooms. BiBHilve elrpeted Uv llahux. pltr Near 1 lario Bed room Like 1' bainhome. with .. cure lo CM thli briuUful homo
    ...... line 150 lot IB thlo
    tab room Lade U bll brew on
    1069 MEADOWBROOKBeautiful B anion Rd -4 bedroom apartments furnished utility down and (85 per month. spectlvely Good terms LAKE MORTON AREA partr room idjarent to wen.Dlanned .corpoit. .PLUG. e.,lro. bedroom fine locailon ftN-oll
    im rlY t bam entered
    ivlni kllrhrn and dlnlni' homo
    room Too bedroom Irene wltr
    offs. Florldi room 2 tile b.Uii" room and six carports on Available April 1st RO1031 RO-1109 & RO-1128. Iwo enlra Lau Owner will w IItI.alo pallo blldhen' I cpaclouBroomi and anclowdU wd. from carport for your .....* or 1100 IDOIWOOD: DRIVE Ideal
    seven room masonry nriuet bald lloon double rar. West 50'. Room for more booty with lie lot or I or a leur I ilamoroui buhi Well work room. Fonood back rardno ntlromNt b'aI' Nodarp maws.
    port. large utllllr room Cenlrif all Will lubmlt Offers on all ettr fur and priotd .t only bomo .dJ..1 to
    home with enclosed over 1000 .. IIa I'orlorll' orl n I bedrNm
    f 11 and nr oondliwnlnt X"'ra apartments on East 50'. 725 SHADY LANEFour FURNISHEDNice .r anr part Zoned lor multlBH soled oA. pen 1..1.. .h.ood 006M ,,\11I10010.1.. Cleveland HelinU loll NurN.
    double garage large screen nil lot Nlte made. Irull, I.... Zoned for apartments One dw.Uim. vLAKE rolled .ll. with o VUU view ol Top condition, roady to moro Into
    md ihrubbiiy One block olf bedroom 2 bath homeon 2 BR CB home like Lake Holllni.worm NothlBI elcoIt SUWANNEE RIVER RN-I 4.

    ed patio and fenced yard Lake Holllnl.wortk. Frlred. Immrdiato to block South of Shuffleboard corner lot with paved new and fully furnished for VIEW UI. OB MIC market, i411TiI.Pampered Ano HUH ud drr. M aoroott '
    iEU Iicrllrnt .nrln. PJlVlDllfca AOADNOwIrdeoonw
    lots of oak shade ltd{
    with 000 M Mru.
    Courti. An ideal location for Attractive two bedroom oonrrebwith
    po..ei.lon three sides. Large 2 blocks NhonM block I bn-
    street on only .9,000 only
    bio Three bedrooms Florida lot Juit
    large I 1 ouIdo
    Tastefully bone aero
    422 Porn PI.. -2 lane brd.room. partments. Located at 718 patio, close to Southwest! outside city near Northslde war attached aerate LoW #92 EAST city Larto aarua and Ian ,
    room living room with .i. llvlni 'room din''.. room East Lime Street. Price 01 ptrN wllh Uila propertr Lei OOMMIRCIAL LOT 113' k7N' bid WlOO'. KNMIM .
    Junior and Dixieland RO-1136.
    High Elam School
    klbheh Cllr halo .ulllul.II u> show FOU Uila lovelp homo .
    fireplace and completely Hub Dry PMt OrewInb -,
    1100", Plorlda. room. allaMed. 60000. By owner. Schools. Priced to sell RO AIM uoooo owodTerm. IAITWAT: -Idoal Purnlihodfdroom 6
    equipped kitchen. Centrally ..ro.o and uIIIII, 00". 2 carte PLANT CITY tkrepllNhnf: weH e..lruetod .. homo Nlc* location. .
    heated and air conditioned tlMlprd lou Hllh and driEl O. J. LYGRISSE 1133. SHOPPING 1111I down and aboutN a homo on bar oak shaded 10'ID .Kb lot .IUI protty flow Prop .
    P" reduced to BELL. Unmedlau month tor ittractlvo two bedroom dnnolmo that rrrioctant .... CALL Vo"II' ebnKeupdaT riy la IB tint platy oondiuoageo .
    I-IRN.677. PO.MI.IOB UN 4en 838 East Orange St. II very convenient to this homo IB Morrell Park, ua ... earo and Improvement Nncaroott .. a..nln.I .11.0 tblil IllkOOOO. KMIMJ31I .

    George Stewart MU 2.0432 Vhl abula-7 b.dr.I'n.. Phone MU 6-6969 924 ARIANNA nice 3 BR home with :2 dor PHA. and S balhi and: drann ouUlird; 3 double btdroomi IBrttot OLNET ROAD-ModtrB. ....

    r..m. kllchra and dln.tte Till month ...... WE NEED LISTINGS 1 btdroon, 14 bathi Doucarport. .
    Don Sutton MU 2.6582 bash. air condiuontr and heat $;700 down and (65 a laths, Florida Room DinIng trrlsolod turprlNnbltpriced wart .,
    Total 111
    la low 20' BO-loea. eta
    ..,.... Honda, and work.hopPillo will put you In this large 8 Room Double garage MARY E. LEAHY LOTS. ACREAGE 000. 113300 4t* nortiaiomabo ,

    - A. F. PICKARD undo, ..round brmlllullr iprlnklrr/ liadK.ped irilim. lot room home with 3 bedrooms and SHADE OAKS 1241 ...allar'I' Without Question bio.onol.....Id.BO-liai Let ua onow you
    Thl. .. a real bur MO 1060.
    OPEN HOUSE Florida N. Mau. N1I' I-tJU
    and room. Edgewater\ Drive la near
    REALTOR LMt-A ThU Brlco ritdiHtloB/ produce the BEERMAN REALTY
    090 I Walnut, at.-3 bedroomin 2-5 Vacant and ready for Immediate new Wards and Sears Shop auperbr homo dollar vales In H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR
    din I.. room. tltch
    300 S. Florida Ave. Ilvlnd room
    RN998. with town Abtontoo owner baa afar MIS t. Pla. A... MTT 1.31SI! .
    possession terms-
    2 baths 9 ureea porchi laan ping $24,500
    MU 6-2193 and workuhop ,..... re.rurralor Iuhlonabla four bedrNm wlMln .JO 000 InvraWd b.d an PDAeommltmral I
    ono Joel LaU HoIlln.'UI. RN708. loos of M4 300, decided
    1jniociFClAMfllD 'auhlnt' marhlne dl.hwa.her' and electric doer George Stewart MU 2.0432 SCHOOL SO CLOSE w knucklo down to a oemNtlllra TWO BEAUTIFUL .....1.1.:
    Biarket authorlwo Fred Wtbbor
    IH15) ) Fruit lawn. 2603 Cleveland Heights
    Lens lot
    Don Sutton MU26S82A.F.PICKARD COUNTRY LIVING' J Bedroom, I larco ".th.. t.rrmo at taioool tart alaiwtllDrlro HOMES Jim Pollard. Jr.
    ADS and ihrubberl Nrar achooll rolnr -
    bui line and ........ Prkeeduced Blvd. floor. mrerard porch ...- ....,..... S Xdroomi. S Bob WllllimtlAuburndall
    DIarLAVr lo BBl.L. excellent II- ... In town with shade nort central hell and air ODn.dlll.nln. bathes eontral hoot and A/Ctlltortd Three bedroom., two bltfca Indirect << WO '-t6DtItO.
    .aal'IIO Brlro rodumt lo Ul 300 by !r. Right > .. 01 sees. k.nI.lorInl..m. and Bcrtnnclo.id twlni- II.htln. cell heal panel Fiord Ilmmornann, Jr
    DADeln.IOoJlOJ. I.rtld ownti now llvlni la Win- rees and real seclusion dlspoe.01 formlra kltcbea mint pool Opea Urmi. Biubt Ino OE kitchen. dlehwaUier. II I. Florida A.. MO I-31JJ
    I to r Haven. Mulmum HDUCIHI cablnita, oiarblo Tanlty tow arty toato.optloa. HO-3S3. china cloeet double ....... Dlrecuone Branrh OfflcoIII
    .11..1. Features Include 3 BRa, 2 more thin uiual elneU, Bear : North on U a. 00 "" )G OKaoder *fO 1-011
    H. L. (Shorty) PalmerRealtor REALTOR LMLA Baths Florida Room, dou rhooli lest ouulde .11,. hood A. S. MORROW than one mile put Carpenter
    Save More LMLA 300 S. Florida Ave. t/eaaolbE. Call toe RH-101. Homo ontranro Bwenn Driveoverlooklno
    I joe T. MaiwellRilenman 1 Phone Winter Haven ble carport, large fenced Kealtan. LMLA Lake 01........ Open
    MU 8.2193 201 TiBnotieoCan a... Hac to bo eeea !. be approDialed FOR SALETwo
    o I 1\<0. Fh MU 1-3131 (collect) 293-1661 yard with Shuffle Board 2218 EDEN PARKWAY MU S-31ST W MO .-.7&S Builder and ...or.

    MONEY 3(14 a tenn A>o. Court: and modern kitchen Btdnant two balls. Inoloud .
    Ph. MU J-S17J I uit haledeoty/ two bedroom MU 6-0986 aiu. feardwood flan, oil
    INN 10 a. T'... Are Fk Ut with dishwasher RN.923 MUST SELLIMMEDIATELY .
    Will Try To Give homo (I BiammoUl bedraoml B> .o>ior, ... .>. Lot 70H40. all
    1525 EASTON DR.All Is priced at $19,900 .roto tflnlm room lane Floridajm NMlb Florida A...... Blow M
    Right Terms To Suit Buyeron + a dream kitchen ol QIbullUIni ,hues lit gephemN. .
    .. MOO .... will buy UiU 1 bodrooBi .
    Dili. homo nwdi It oeenmntaOwiur with terms Southside. 9 air ODBdttloneri LAKE HOLLINGSWORTHVIEW
    .... and utility Can .. framo bouw OB lane had
    ourd -
    this clean 3 bedroom CB IraBiftrrtd mint Mil Uillpaclouo rh... furnlibcd/ ed tot located la Uio EatOB Fark I-
    Now! OPEN! home Located not far fromlospital Florida I ordrooia room brick, many. Lamantlrd og- ..1 IB HO KN-H4 or Tool.unfuralahod,. area (.. 00 aonuily D..m.nu A QUALITY HOME
    ...... i SCOTT KELLY lower tnaa noL 'EI TOD AT. Lot Ui ihow you ItM New JtrH
    tr.orm.l' dlnlnf room 111] tlelton Are eX-lloa-I -
    .. Clinic and no-ma .Rood ThrNpNlout. btdroomiaria .
    Wo ..,.', ... 2 full til. baUu bullt-la Ot SO EASY TO OWN Near Count rinllp alM home
    Lncf barUhwaihtr Call Mn. WaI.... (..-.113 or both WlUl anlty soup
    Lake Parker. Priced only Roma OVMI bnaklatt Realtor LMLA I IIo word ....v. M26144HENRY am Florida room
    sorfoitcy dlipoial nalrallltaud
    WINSTON HEIGHTS'TODAY 71r1a wulhilde, 1 bedroom hsmr lot wltn plenlr ol room lor theklddlec Frlco II 1.101 RO-lOtl.
    dealt hot ere $0,500, RO-1101. sad air conditioned brkaIroplMO I 213 S. Tennessee ran bo youri Wall-to-wall forest.nt J. LEWIS to plar CB conatructlonSeparata Inc O I. KDHN
    tloerwdoubt .
    rool, dillloi, Wo'roBurtinf bfiuulul 1 O.rare crMaed porch
    MU 2-slss conditioner oereened poll PAY 1E
    corpo," Drlfa bl thou 1I & SON A lot of houeo for 01100000Term DON W.
    our card, onIho HOWARD GILLETTE .011. I Lano comer 1.1-41..1.! earNrtOaed Kraltoro LULA can bo ........... Realtor LMLAaviVt
    Mtrui and lindnciplnt.
    ... fable ovor* Paul St. Clair MU 3898 mmlllaiBt. BM 1IlI.71/. ra 901 Florida Ate. I W... MU E.eu7CLAalrlD
    '.....1" ojllowonco Realtor LMLA
    'I DIbr LAV aNEW
    I TED TOWSON Bob Shore MU 2.5027 W. R.'jBiII" Williams I
    h okovo ovoioge, 110 W. Walnut at S. Fla. 824 BONNIE DR. "
    o.." prke h down Homes from $12,900 to ...ltor Jimmy Lawhon MU (4575
    PHONE MU 2-4179 M1I 1-1111I an a. FI6. A. VALUES RNlbr LIlLA VOLKSWAGENS
    M-urth. Como in $14,000 Monthly payments I AtuaUw 7 badrooln I bath 1131 I. n.. A... seelazeOOD'rA
    dad talk It ..... homes .u tleon. Iroll eabineN. DELIVER fOR $1733.95
    1528 ELM ROAD
    f .1 I from (68 per month > plus I I.". Loothontto, whito want*
    01 _ulllo''... Carport Oood ellrua.nd
    .. .,...
    ... .. taxes and insurance IDEALLOCATION l ToDAy Y Joe P. Bridget landeraolnl NEAR ...uth..1 Very modern I bedroom Mack und and rc roN tinB ... ..mirror... Hoot*olith -
    61 RAMBLER J. ""h Oood flnurlni OwnerDETIRU1MEO bomo-Ili. blth-cork lloo'modorn IID--.oVT OP crrTThrN or. turn oionali ..dd<4 y,.-
    C,...,. d.Deer w,.... I TO IILI". UN.BM. llreman In llvlno' loomrlKtrlo btdreom. IIr MM blaN' ort ",.....,.... wothor ondaumoor
    baud white with DRIVE OUT TODAY I klUhCB. RN-/7/. Iron pod Hdee. artrp Isrta ear.Dort o....,..*.a are otait*
    matrhinentMN.' Ant 1 4 .1111I ..... Antlouo brl'k lard MU,PIMKI I "<
    WMt OB lI.m..I.IIII'd. tiait ores BEDROOM 2 BATH MODEL"HOME
    t in o 11 a, individual rim BoauUful buy $1'.QOO, ooodOORDOK ROSS'LAKELANDMOTORS
    Meta. rKUMM, _..... Him ichool toko rliht fork to A 1805 ELM ROAD
    *" ...I(Winiton Helihu kUnwberrrHome. One block from Yacht Club. Deluxe home In excellentarea. PHONE forma. INC.

    .. $21195' ilin. Two blocks to tenn's' and See :2622 Newport Nlre I bl'd.oom' heft bo-Ill. WARINO, P*.. Countvi onn
    atKATHLEEN .. Healtorno .
    Larry Heath MU 2 8500 bathdoublo etrport .d doubt.earpK AYIh.IeM tlW Do....
    golf.; Large family room South of Easton Drive be- .... Dour homN I. .." MU S-310S 1100 .... MIMOBJIAk BLVD.
    .. '62 VOLKSWAGEN MEL RUDYLMLA living room with marble Nevada and New ROAD Galen Hauger MU 3-1358 Ntab11MN arlehborhood. stun (HON. MY a-blpl
    tween tool ternu available. tV115I. LAU..IO. O"ltLA"
    KARMAN CHIA replace, central heating Jersey Roads. BELLA VISTA OFFICE MU 2.6147 _

    Coupe ten. wh,to REALTOR and air conditioning. Corner
    wlh ...Ie.'., I.to". MORTGAGE BROKER lot. Citrus trees Double car MEL RUDY OPEN TODAY R. M. MARLER
    ""' "

    $1'795 1527 E. Memorial( Blvd. port For tale by owner, REALTOR 1TOs HAUGER REALTY & SON Yo.u'y.ead.. and Heard About

    ... ... dial 686-4107 any time 2605 .]DERBYSHIRE 1527 E. Mpmqdat Realtor LMLA LMLA ....t....
    51 RAMBLER 686-4107 any time LOW DOWN PAYMENT std I. Oranie at 1401 I Mala It MU 1-41181
    CI...,. d Beer ttitlen C L1.882.8735NEAR Slop nt till lira of tho Owl.* ".. rim Lakeland Since. lioo Grand! Bahama
    w..... Metchino vinyl '
    inferior. _..m,..' 0tranimiMien LOW MONTHLY
    ar/lode./ ......... SHOPPING ClAOt/FID/ D18FlAV CLA0611/D OIOILAT
    and hoot- BEST CASH OFFER Two bfdroom ipllt. lonl WlUloon VIP, OPEN TODAY PAYMENTS

    N I 610 N. W. 5th Lano drlre I. b..mllli tarNa
    $695 Avenue Paneled Plorlda room. dlnlnarwm 2.11 P.M. CB coNOTurjcnoM s BEDROOM
    Mulberry, Florida bit" htrN Irom nadJnT OVKB 1400 04 FT UN e Lucaya FreeportInvestment
    Write: M. Alderman bit Illlnla rNm and tltch L.k.l.n' Hlthlandw era.' Nut DIB HOOF CARPORT ANI
    60 SIMCA .1 .
    oat floori IS bath Huh
    : 0" Xlthwtl 31, 10 Lana MlrbmDrlra UT14 ROOM ti Mil* OUTSIDIJoe
    4 Do i*. LCB one .wn. 3713 SE 14th Terrace and dry lot. Furnlturo optional YaMlparr. CITY LIYITa.
    ... ..... .!.... teen.* 'I .OOO lust put God.e *
    Gainesville Florida tun INI II about I mllN.Hn Opportunity
    mtf oit $495Special' I 521 W, Hunter St. en .....rlr. Lario modem

    I CLAU..lao. IlIltLAV I-CL"0" DllltLAV nlcily lindxaned home. en an P. IUNUal0U0, .TII..OMT APTL
    ....'18..1. mo pro three lawbodroomi Bridges
    two bathe. Oak and 1 e l O.Moea, 1. 1 tkr t .....
    .1 Mrrpeap floor.. Dole prauntand FIRST TIME OFFERED IN
    1-- ..
    r air oondltloolni unit, doubloNraN. 1121 I. Florida' A. SXCLUIIVS rtATURlftoMntrl ,
    "' circular Drive. Owners
    11IIII 1959 ChtvroUlMotion atcaaTloN INTI'CONIIC
    well 1111 .r Ncbaepa X,700NWtT Days: 686-8125

    Wioon d- I RN-101. Nights: 686-1361 686220!5 >> '".IYMeod POLK COUNTYAIR
    dray. leonemleil PUBLIC AUCTION eat 'hII Prkp Ta twq AP.d..atEOM
    ."inder with ...... 683-4439
    all tren.miMien, O. I. JroH" 11trS0 AND tIS HI MO

    M.tntn.... thru Only I! : Iw .... 6Nraey P.w t1 wnNa r La.b.dIlr. TRANSPORTATION

    $695 Today -Sunday, March 8th DON W. PAYNE M EMIT W 1rarltN II .M... .Xloo
    Realtor LID A ( W. 141' PAUli ot.Tw f.r 'Iff".." ... Write 7 t:
    901V B MilB MU I-MU K A Mead.61,1..WJl NAI
    '60 VALIANT 1:00 P.M.t tI rwr.ww.NN .

    4 Veer. Standard 2to8P.M. Ib IIN1.1w Wade and
    iranomiM, Local i Aal.w.N.Ir Realty
    one 5886 Jacaranda Avenue NaarAaaa

    61-895 VOLKSWAGEN ...I 2128 New Tampa Hi'way FHA MANAGER Lake Gibson Estates hrrA hairs w.r.dr.r t.Cwe..lmr Al.r .w1 Amrea Aa.wwealO.r.Meawte 2212 4th Srrewt No. .Si. P.t., Fl..

    ,. BunPJoet Sutra clear, .. DOWN EN tell ... IbrN NdrNm ma
    Local one owner. Fixtures, Antiques, Guns $100 won hagla Io0ev1. Plro.'_ -
    $1195 I two tiled bathe. bulll-la ov..
    ... Furniture and ToolsAll Many crulci home la ill loea- and ranie doubll ,,,po.,. elee.oellrd .1"It .
    .. uni. Completely redKoraiedMaoUily h.... 100 toot lotComaiuBM
    59 OLDSMOBILE I vmmenli II low M '114. walot and MWei
    ..IB4' Beer. Tutonopreen and stop by our olllto or coll. Nrrko.
    buyers collector should b
    tor. Full power. aYM.mat 00 wt till N to Latl are.NYotN ,
    T. R. TUCKER Jr.
    1 a traMmrurn Wn nth. II Douthklgood
    ,.. ,
    rid huter. Leealana I .. .. _
    JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION 10 J annda Drl. tre
    owner REALTOR and boom, or 6e au1 Lpkelaod
    $1195 At "Daytona 500" By-
    HUH Boulevard to Inunbra
    I SERVICE 3/1 R. II.... Aw.."" Lobl.ndIIU Four turn left under htihwaro .
    Norm to DoufhlrF Road U

    IntMn. 51 WaoM FORD 1.QrM.V 2398 U.S. Hwy. 92 East PHA Anp Anp ProPO'Prowrq YanNer YpanrTA annual DNw.Fusselle Finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd -

    L MwN a/NnM.

    au/emaUe, ..., fnnwtlewan *..., La.. I Col. Jimmy Walker-Col. Mart, Nif9in1et11.R1 & Sons Inc. -- .. r
    ... *(.t tn.r, VII EDGER :: -111 ..... .
    $695 AiKllnnoon Sit .. PI. 1dQr ...177 ++ ,,.eE--
    .. .. CUJJIflfO/ ADSCLA.II1'.D -

    ... 59 BUICK ,. OPEN HOUSE TODAY 6
    4.DMP M.tr.U.T t.- I- -- --- -- --- =-'= ---- R ,
    ..br*. full .Mwiir. Au.tem Silt Cirltoa rirolBOlendalo a r
    .tit tran.mi. Minor
    r.de. htattr tahi Juil oompleled, three bedroom.two .. ro '
    whit. IMAI ant awni Best tile bothi. Florida room /
    "lovely brio allchea. ample non
    $1095So ,HI waeo .tmrl tile 1_. PHA
    i hnteebp.7N, dowa, B* IBM-

    Monday t ,"a IBO _to.
    0 MU 8-1729

    Oket LlndnDr6ePpU r: I
    DiscountsAT CL .lIII'.a.o o1srLAv
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    Naylor USED CAR SAVINGS I .: : ..

    Motors 'M pawN u-M1arw. air aMNlrb NM.: '900mm 11t.11q, I", g tTh'If"IIIIIH{ : II! iIih!{ I USED TRUCKS l + t r r

    10 FOBJD d Or. H.rdtee. (BAARadio AND TRACTORS
    and heater.
    No 101.

    1047 I. MAIN ST. ..., '11 CADILLAC -.". Full power, air Special DemonirrBroraMOO[GrovB 'M INTERNATIONAL V.IB* IT'S OFFICIAL 1964 Plymouth i is the FASTEST competition
    conditioned t ,.,
    UoM taro MU I..... "" Ill 1700 SALE 401 *oncinc*.... atraichtconolltMw" "CaMoO' quipped Stock Car in The World Yes, Erery Plymouth's a
    ..... to
    Nw Cara MU 1"1 .. I 'M CONTINENTAL I Or, H. .. Fullconditioned
    .... /1 1 SOO (0 CMIVBOltT H TOT .lono7nd
    Open Evinlngi Till 141. M. P...."". e1Nw CHAMPION !
    M CMIVPJOLIT .4.Door _.w. aadloauta. $1200LIST rood. 070
    9 r.M. all hNNh 6 1964
    Crane. 690 INTERNATIONAL MO Olrwvo
    Tractor .._ _heN* Step In Today and Tttt Dri,. and Rid.
    = '''' Imporlal tdn **"*"*" .n"

    ua .'.:::'.... III. 1700 Mercurys oFF ClUloS' B40C4BICONOITIOMI th. Abort Champion B.lv*
    ST FOBO ....... A.,,". uth..Je 'ectorr IARMAII'
    MNneYNanNM_ u.... C.. met,, (..... ".. '". 'SSO andCuba.aWerMwl I
    .. WAnana I V.ee aw. OHuranteo & Comets !
    .. $2329'HAROLD
    ., Nan. e Btenv D'_. To CheoM From llre Tratle MllTf Wwftt Special i

    CMI. foal


    Lincoln Mtrcury I Bwee tedan all MB 110natno
    Meetor end Defrwet_* TRUCK I TRACTOR .

    2135 DOB Cilt Hww.Pkoew 411 N. Florida An. Ph. MU 2.7113

    ..... 941 I. Mara Lakeland' Flo. ,.. 412-tin MU Z04.17 nw I.....

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    1SJMtvm Fer Sill 153 leases Fir Sale 159 Houin For Site 153 HMMS Fee Sell I

    1M Heeiet Fee ) II..... Fir Sale PENDARVISCHEVROLET

    REAL I
    Ul* talk.""Blot tmu room CLOSE TO PUBLIX
    ill kUthaa. Thou to MB Mr A tonrarlatl w- hems GOOD BUYS \
    tamUt la .... Will Fieridt wlttt mammoth Florida room,
    loots,.... An tuorooa intern- LIVING Theo at lOt bidreom... ttrnlackr two Awns bath,.boor OOMnoreatlMal with a I05w. ,......... MeediP [ Baroth*-.....00. W.
    wilb AM and FM radio tat rrreouUete III tbIs 1O"blo 10 40100 ......... .101. lID' e work doao..PrUid rlihlaid -, 1 bath aantael front i
    5 .
    .. MM sows rttlo *MhIreplaot to on MMIM. *, Ian Ittrltii and dlnini
    lilt halo aoUttlta. Ideal Iwretirement
    .... boar with ,
    C. o H w aunt..ait boss. Onlr MMOHO11U. 100' Lot. near Late Mont
    .,.blo Kit 01 Buutblr. 150.0.100, o-n lad sit,, MAn AN omn. Btaatlta).'
    IO-1143. 41t Opotta Lso.. N".w'-' held, .UOO 110I....down. ter sod ao par.50 ..... JUST YOUR SIZE BOGER ...... lot M...! repair, I

    BRICK HOME & O0..Oln5 ..... Lot so show NEAR DIXIELAND oauttful 1 todraao, I kath Weber Btreet 010-1OS1. 0
    tow 001077. A CAR FOR YOU !
    borne Ce1I il, heated wit Air- .., Urlni-dlnltti eoieiblha.I HAS
    3 LOTS Otndiuoalu Beparalt hails tv Lot. LOW DOWM i
    tIBtrollr boated tat tit ON NORTH SCHOOL room, Mrnatod, urte attUh andearptrt "South Off Y 1401 for NMnmeBt 001 Automobiles in the of
    SIDE selection el
    TtlU history
    eondlUontd home It ..',.... want. OF ..Mar wo rkow nil STUMB. .. lamllr. AihMtot ahtult. Yee, the largest Quality
    lot. tJI. Good tow bearomnonu Bttaar roost,, Pendorvii Chevrolet -
    tan ehadea It lea M0I1II1t oil '" ao'au..' lot. taaeonrr !
    3 ..... OII"LA"r
    0.......a a mini or S room hearten all pome hod. .u-utra Isar,10 IIDln.. nil .1 and ralrliorator oa Iwo corner IDol....lot.. Term.arrawed. NEW EVERY CAR ON OUR LOT IS PRICED TO SELL
    I room torn M.le kitchen. Onr aril. 01.00 host. 15 seat. .1 Iron_ aN..... I SO QUIET HERE R. "Bill" Williams
    loot f.t UMBt .... Conwnlentlrcattd .0I .... 11..1. arlo'.
    near atepttal ml Wat.too lt4r..P sill _....1.._nil_IoID Ideal roUrement la thll neellet. 0001010 L1a.A '
    CWale. Two doublo oarattt.llOll Jail bo.. 10 a1. Piro o1.01.t4,'II I COLORED HOME ....hbOn...... Two hednona oak DELUXE 5. 71.. Awl. 450.1195 I II' '62 Chevrolet 62 Chevrolet 61 Chevrolet
    .l. .100.1. plokll.. 50. Coop noon, ..... Florida room. Onrait ..... _._. ._ ,
    lobs .UI Only 1300 Iowa will bur this rllhl la Aekto ..fie. fleeter w. V-a tutanttla ratio WartMl 1 t J
    s01r450. III VMant-wiort HOMES 1M 555.00 5.1110. olr. ,
    51110 odEo 55500 .01.,00.
    Call 45 w JUI"I" 10 eioeUrat otment Mtok htmt at m RM-lll aota. Folk Ooonltment ; automatic air. Arettt 0001..MwunnO w/Ni/::with pltownt Mut IM: $1051
    a .5055' 50,11
    Mitchell 0,55.5.
    John ,1131 Weet VereaUt ."""- rarnentl -. teeiired.ONIAKEHORNEY. FOR INSPECTION evil Interier. W1... with M.MI. too rn'Ier I .
    MALTOII loll *M pet
    140* a. Florida 421 GRIFFIN RD. I 1007. '
    .. BOTH $1895 $1895 $1595
    art ll4 5.0005 2:30 oil 5:00TODAY:
    .hut al tor .1
    .. _. 1..r tswk 500 _. GIBSON I ESTATESana $ I'
    .. It tltlo .. a bo0room OMT ITOO I,. It. unatr roof, abedroomi SCHOOLS
    bo. .llb .or.. World I 011511. rtorlda room,
    nrwlr PoJn\od One 01 10 ..., Iwo h.drvorham. .."or' tpa.
    ACRES 1.lId.
    porch. I oar
    HOME & c Sod oat00050 lane i
    .ob 110100 I
    Inltlo 5005 ... '
    0n.o4oo PrI. rrdu054 alow 100--Aok to rlOlllt.ON SOUTHGATE LOUI8I DIJ _DoII'btlo' 61 Chevrolet
    Fenced! Shade Trees! lor 'II/JCI IAL/IOoloeo. Koom. Slot built la room orta AND and Florida ranterhala .. I bath borne CondlUoatd. rvnaal.., '61 Chevrolet 61 Chevrolet mMlo Convertible. Pe.ei

    $13,750: Southslde! PHONE lit.... link 1..lu.fenced.... Must yard be Men and Ube KERNEYWOOD tee room.Rli70.Air "_.Ik...new" Tutor twit .n.. 1..1.twrin*. O00o50ti50005 ItrahM. radlaS ht'r : : : : :..:::.I..50tom0h5w5n00,1WM heeler!

    a ran onportwltr tor took whodoelrt Larry Heath MU J-JSOO wprtelaud.BO-llOJ. 0011.1100150.I Hani It I houw of thlt talthtr MEL lacBUOKIX Aeeoclllt ."'......} 550w.m1...n...._s5 .S orl ,..,.1..iu.. ..ofn.iti.... Mtt*. Matul'ful klut Ifltortor: whitt. Inlllent rtt W4th rMMiinl
    eubarhaa HrtBi .. AM plo_ to oiler
    a outlet tvalliblt W. art
    A beautiful I aorta el pat.urt Galen Haujpr MU W3M Ifaii taueueilr lant howl LMLA I
    land fencedi, ........ hara OFFICE LAKE HUNTER AREA with .__ roomi llrtplaot. MORTGAGE BEERMAN REALTY $1595 $1595 nttrur.I595
    flowloi mail lent (loadi olmm 6mMT teparat dinin room hew eablaela -
    ttiret lant -
    ) treeei eltuelod oa a .1. la lltebra
    pared toad PMIh of Lakeland ISM Miriorh etrtti. 11tnoladlOl roome. Ill bathl Florida rotml.lirait. 1527 E. .. ".... A... mr e->ui
    about 4 Bllti. Tho I pedroonhomo r.oa aweonrr homo Ian ot". eprlnUer' ... dial 681-4107 I
    _. >aInie -
    wall carpet
    HAUGER 1Ir. wall to _..II Art to NEED RENTALS
    hat nooallr btaa ronodledl REALTYRealtor Mm Iron a
    air 1004111000. Low downuwrmnt. '
    doublt aarpartl back 1.0,51sod 00.1115.Fusselle ... BO-linO Toda 58 Chevrolet 63 Chevrolet 62 Chevrolet

    air lant_llrlao 11Ion.;.and. Uuludadl dlnlnl araaaI Don't LMLA TODAY ,.-CLAUII'I.D--..- .. -- IAS5IFI.D-- -ISKAV-- -I 4-Dotr ...... ..ltOtm.etoeul. 51wp0.I ...,...... (tlohehifk '.....1. .._ ,....._. 050M.hl .
    pilet looklnf at Solo thov-Blaool 216 E. Orange St. .* 4 "rael.1 ahifiMeUMM lleiie, ".._ One _0.0.04.0_... .0411.I550.r.
    rrut to talr HUM wOk ...... Win fl.I.... owner. 00.5.5.
    ......... "Stop at the & Sons, Inc. Larry Heath MU 24500 M..500 ".101>. 450s _

    Sir of the Owl" L "a. UUM113iroiiToc Galen Hauler MU 3-13581
    Leonard Robin OPEN HOUSES TODAY $695 $1795 $1795
    40 I loans OFFICE
    Realtor IMArhoM IS' 160116LASSLEO lira, N. 111111015
    .. MI-0100.. ..... Wlnlfrod Oana ara 1.8" 2to5
    Ion um .
    ADS Robert U rueeelle UU .1103)) itnl
    WUUarn T. MeeeUo UV 540'' HAUGER '
    LAllI7ISD 000NLAY CLAt" IID Dli..LAV a (Of HILUIDI. OWNER WILL CONSIDER Chevrolet 62 Chevrolet 59 Chevrolet
    Kttltor TRADI .! thll ales 4 IK, 2 lth, CI 11_., with 62
    lit 0, ,., elAIr l.i>or Nar-.. ItT leMIr .._ aeten.. I orl.Infer .
    :529 W. BEACON "Wop at toe 500 tt the FUrUd room, for otjuky ht MMollor haw V-l _I... ptleN ehtlt lean
    WEDUY SOUTHGATE STOP it AND LOOK IT OVIR TOY MAY t..a Iu 551. 5140s14 tlful marttii 'In..... tike new. atlok ahllb
    NEAR 0.1"1 ... .....
    HAVI A DIAL RO 1021. Joh Cooks will whltt flnl. Boublo 0
    SELL AND TRADE 3 BR 2 BATHS I ..... ,... "'_.'11 MOmIW50h 1 5,1

    C-O-O-D $21,000 2117 MARJORIE RD. I '1I IONNH DRIVI I lit, CI 11_. with ._In. brabtk radii and $1995 $895
    Central Heal and AtrtondKloti wlnoowi, W to a ..... Ill ....1....
    II.. rear around tehtol",0r1.and ..Cloeit ..1.. $ ,500 ::riciw AKIA. NOT PAR ': M'UTH r ;
    USED FURNITURE huh.* irammer Thla Ubo .... apacuuihome JR. HI. RO IOS(. M Crow will M .....
    hai t ._... dlnlni Nleo tittle I bedroom borne, par- '59 Chevrolet '60 Chevrolet
    room br ..111_ lent ll.lwroetn Uelle turnlibed, with ...... andrtfrlierator. 62 Chevrolet i
    with a pletirt window I. .. totd lot la alee HOWARD GILLETTE Imp t Jot bl.k.rod .
    with titrt ..... all). lleetyiio d-Dwtr ledm. V-l Imetli eonvtrtlblo. V.I. SUMthlft.
    car laran ellhbtrtioo4. Jue out of eltrUnlit. = V-l.; etleK ehilladit
    WARNOCK FURNITUREAND lir and worhiho* .-. oh not. Call Bail Truint wonT .... : :. ,, wtl50 wall tine I." aH ,.....
    lit white two be .h55w0000.
    oonelruetloa ani REALTOR LMLA
    It to meeonrr ri Tucker. Jr. Ittiltar itMO
    ArPLIANCI EXCHANGE b.. keautllut oat flotn. Cell b", M173 or treuUlie It MU 110 W. Walnut at t. FlarMtiFHONI
    jut 110-1107. a._ MU 2-417
    102 I. Momorlwl I""".. ,..... MU 2-2222 WORK ON THE $1395 $1195 $1195

    I. It t daadr I ktdntai hoauea I 1431 New Jersey Road! '
    a 100'iiw lot. Bale prltoiM .I 63 Chevrolet '
    Net eioeool t millir artand <. Two ltor brick' taaitnutltnUt '61 Chevrolet 62 Chevrolet
    a lam ..,po1L Bttltr tool I a llfetlmt tool and twoer elair ..Bwar. I ..II....... ex.temaMe. .
    OPEN HOUSE U KO-10IT. 110. 1230'brink let eraio wit* toneout oa a lam larie row. radio trim heeler., will iow wall,5 Imeele __lib'". ..S 0 a
    LAKE MORTON ...... nit Homo toneUlt of tbreebtdroomi 5''AI 1. a._ ....... I ..... Slit tharw V.., tutomellt, rWlt.htatm .
    I and beta petoln and hiden au".... radio, heelor.
    SUNDAY-2-6 P.M. CLOSE IN a bath dowMtaln, tua room oowor .-... BteteU.
    with Ilnpliot nit boait ha Whltt with blue Inlorlar. $1895 lit 5405 wit wtohlnf t..
    Walk Iowa town from kmUeal bOlD Mduotd tlOOO Bow telllnt
    I BOOM.. Lant roemt eep... lop (1>.too. Call cor.... (alter. wier.
    wait dlntni room ilteinlni hardwood uu with T a. Tucker Jr..
    SELECT BRICK HOMES ""'" .. tinned Ironl ponIJ.an. Realtor at KO I-T17J or ottalnn
    Termi ... .... KLrlllO. ., MU aaa0tSHIRLEY'S '
    62 Chevrolet
    Chevrolet '61 Chevrolet

    HEADQUARTERSFOR lelltlr, v... .._11. rtdlleeter. .. I.....'. ._ ........... Vllutemetle. .
    BEDROOM I loam .. 0040". .' t.. Iteavno 4-ajeer, letntmleelefllnder
    to $16,200V.A. 2 I H tt.ua wit r r :I" : ,
    ....lebl.. /nW/... e.m, ariwn and /. .r. m etaltdard trentmleneo. -
    I RETIREMENT HOMES mobil Wb... wall 515, Palo arttn.

    ne down peymenti Wt han eorae real bun .. wellooeUd wi1U1wIt '
    I hornet that art Ideel Co $1795 $2495 1995
    FHA ei low ei $450 down retiree Clow to ahopplnt. elo. EXCLUSIVES
    to but. Itnt loto lot ......nln.
    No closing costs to purchaser Cell II to tee lutlremen
    3 end 4 btdroomi 2 baths, uporott dining and 2504 EXCHANGE Only

    Florida Rooms, complettly londtcoptd yards, pro* KEN HARRIS $350 down, J87 monthly. i
    Bichanror IMUMO Close to Grove Park A k -1963 EXECUTIVE
    Htaltor CARS
    ftutonally dtcorortd !Inttrlon, spacious lots with I. Florida A... -
    continuous tldowolkt, large kltchorn with built-in OH-JH1 Crystal Lake. Late corner

    I rangtt, monthly payments lows than rent. VA. lot, CB construction, S bed- lakes all
    FHA Ont) yeo warranty No city tonep-LMLA rooms, 1% baths, kitchen "All Jhtit Con Hav. lullla'ory Warranty"
    OPEN bullt-lni. New paint through

    IMMEDIATI OCCUPANCY ON 7 MODELS out. Like-new condition. A '63 CHEVROi'n'l'mpola Door Hardtop. Saddle teiilind kttgi\. 'malchiri} | 1

    I MeN Into on of Laktland'i fintr homtt end 2:00: 5:00: stellar value at only $10,250. Yia, a sound real tttati invent T mini requires Intirler. full piwir, rid I., hector. factory air, whit. well tint.

    best buys end stop thou rantal poymtnti. 209 Edward St. 1447 LONG ST. $350 down the ipeelolliwd services of at > thr. '63 CHEVROLET Impels 4-Deer Hardtop. Arctic white, blvi Inlirler, white

    CONVENIENT CLEVELAND HEIGHTS MANOR I' Room CB loan t htdrttmihardwood {72 monthly Urge, finely the Realtor, rtiw lawyer, and the tender. well tires, redle, hater Full pews, elr condltlonid.
    floore. dlnln. area built CB teer Combee

    (!hit* Met .. foil conn. elf 14...... Drivel r.Fie...room. prtoed, ._at.,Juet tack oil ran Ml,i. School. Three bedrooms, .locating and negotiating fore real eitote property '63 CHEVROLET Super Sport Cmvertlble. Saddle ton, matching loather

    Drop br hrtwet aronnd MNiHI : two full batlil. large kitchen Interier. Automatic, redte, hietuv full end elr cendltlimd.
    Call Jack lUtoa MU 0-M70 requires the Rtohor experience and (udgmeneV power
    SCOTT KELLY REALTORMU living room. A delight. The lender financial capability makes the Iran. .
    63 CHEVROLET 4 Deer whit.
    John J. Brennan ful home for the growing Impale Hardtop. Arctic loft enin Intirler,
    2-5195 Excellent action poulble. Detirmlnlng the safety of the title white wall tires, full power end elr.Simel .
    a LULa M4101tiaal family. requires the krwytr'a iptclollzwd: knowledge
    MPRISfNtATIVI AT SITI .A Biau It ala Cetlle e efkir modtfi .f tdite tntvlht tart le shoots from .

    "CLAIII'IIO DIIPLAV'_. Set a lawyer for Ugal advice and
    TO INSPECT either olthne
    services In all Real Eitate Transactions
    fine homes Sunday or

    any other time, call Jai. T. 551..1 Lawyers' Title Guaranty Fund '60 Dodge '59 Pontiac '60 Pontiac

    Shipley Realtor exclusive 1 1= 1 10/MxL rS1w1.MIaI..fr--'t-a 5/alma oltrt .._. Bedle. htakeutomatlt. .. etnllnt d. Beer "or.".. ...11., Wtoo*. *utemttlOit
    agent 686-1802,682-1729, dayor 550 4r5 5 R 0 55. 50. 0 0.45001 .0mA 545 r,o 1..0. white n1 m well? 5004.1,050.; IN wer Nabs, ..... ,_,." r...tr.. ttoerint heater .power whlto' prekee.....,.
    lulematie. ... .
    _. .11' "1" with .5501$1195 /
    night. IteUier Inttrior.

    TOMLINSON'SLOT I CLAinnao OIMLAV $1095 $995

    r--TTT..T.. .. T.--.--. .----.-. ; ;:::

    '57 Dodge '59 FordMlettn. '63
    o r g .1; y \ < .
    s :
    OF Otetlen Weotn. Auatmatlt.tteerlnp ,. .
    1,..! : ?' .F, ........ r04/5. .'...Nul.._ -M.14..5.01.powereteerlno :Utle* Weowi.. I..1...orllndiiindard tteeli
    '" i- .550. (.... .0.,. / radio heater, ..... ..
    '. 1 wall I....
    1001 io"n
    '64 CHRYSLER N.wPort 4-Doo Std,... White blue ...: ,, < $595 $895 $1895
    Interior. Inimeeulate. Radio, heater, aytomatla

    transmission, power steering and $3795 I

    brakes. Air Conditioned . W.n.
    58 Edsel 631/2 Folcon 62 CorvoirMentl.
    '64 VOLVO Medal 544. Red, like new. ;$2000

    5,167 sn11.s. Tro... on PI800 ", .MOt e .s,... Aol '11. larllll V-0, Internet rtdlt, d eooed trammletlt, .
    IM. 110,0 .50w1n0 BeeutlfulI red enV 0510
    '63 CADILLAC. 4 window Seden DeVille.green 1..lleIo. ',Ts'; ;.. ...;.. II M| .nZriV New 1.5.: h.,. All whltt. !* and heater Matrid

    full power and rectory air I $4995

    conditioned . . . . $395 $2195 $1695
    hither *Int.rlo'
    '61 CADILLAC. Coupe. Hack. Satchl '

    S.. this one. All power and eeule- JQflQ C

    pod. Air conditioned . . &VJ** '62 Monxo '62 Corvoir '64 Ford

    PONTIAC Bonnerille Convertible. Yellow, e traiharp. .... .. ..iti_XLBpp,... .AutMMtlo. ..
    60 41.01/ .ml..I. F.1 "fftt" eo... Bed Ineldt andout. tower .n., ... ,
    automatic tronimiuion, White tlree' ...... Malor ...
    Radio heater, hlech. wall White 5r. AueemeUe.radio laetory air ""
    ........ ........ :1 Ino aeautKul whltt onitrlor
    steering ... It with N... Interior.:
    power .d. $1795

    brakes . . . . . Q'.r $1595 $1495 '3695

    '60 CHEVROLET Impala 4-Door Hardtop. Whit. < < > _'

    Real clean ..... Powergllde/ power $1495 .... .". .. ,, #.j#' ; ,. ..
    steering and heater . . . -e 1101 nuewwiii of unnat, wt.

    '60 FORD Country Sedan Station W.o... Whit. R. We only sell one kind of.used car. '62 Ford '56 Chevrolet.

    Ford-0-Motle, .._. eadlo heeler, 5.I Air d V-0. autfnetlt. '60 Falcon
    die, heater, powers ratio-i;.. '. f lra
    and air I $1295 (Creampuffi.' ) air _"11_. .......

    conditioned . . . . a-._. Slush ..."" .
    59 CHEVROLET Porkwood Stotion Waion 4Door. Oeampuff Thol'i a Ulld cor without the lecondHand hiod $1195eleult $595

    V-8. Blue and white. Radio, heater powerglide, aches > "*

    power steering and brakes. $1295 Mainly..',. hi butlnin to loll row Volk wogoni. But people

    Air condItioned w. . . trade In all kinds of can for VWi and we And ovrtelvoi with alt '57 Plymouth '59 Plymouth '58 Oldsmobile

    Folrlene 500 4-Door Hardtop Sedan. V-8. kinds of utid cars on our hand .
    57 FORD Ford-0-Merle steer. ..'renovati rehabilitate and roioll. 1'wo......55. e."'.._.... roll...........-50 1._. T-.. __... OtV "-..
    hooter power Th.really good ono;
    Whit. redie ....
    ........... ....-..... .
    Ing, brakes, windows, seats and $ 7Q5 The "hoopi" niver even git close to our mid car jot.

    air conditioned . . . We don't nil any COt, now or mod, thaI can't post our 14. $395 $395THE
    '56 CADILLAC Seden D.ViII., Turquolie and white. point lafoty ond pirformonco'check. Ador oil, our roputotlon

    Loaded including ..irconditioning 695 rids around In ivory used car we till.

    i . . . Thot'i why you'll only find worthwhile outomobiloi on our

    OVER 40 CARS TO SELECT FROM utod) cor lot. Were tpiciolitu you know. CAR OF YOUR CHOICE AT

    fee ... ., .....'cast..ir ulnmwU

    WILL SliM KklxrdoM AAo T.I.." HaroW K.oly ROSS LAKELAND MOTORS, INC.

    1500 W. Memortel Blvd.

    OLDSMOIILE a VOLVO Q0 Ph. MU 2-5183 "Your Chmofef Shopping Cenftr"

    ""..1,........ I., ae.% eel Wee fee over M Teerrw I I, lANK FINANCING

    938 East Main_St., Phono MU 2-7173 I I Authoriaed Peeler AuthoMaed _loP 310 NO. FLORIDA AVE 2.j. COURTESY IMMIDIATI ASTU DIIIVUY SALIl



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    LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday March I, 1984

    Senate Investigators Are Making

    I'' rniwiti ws I1jM't/. t.Shp""SJM1 IPSt

    Study Of TFX Warplane ProblemsWASHINGTON s 0s

    (AP)-Senate, its planned use of a weight-saving -relatively low speeds! as well ai, operate off air carriers? If so,I I
    Inveitlgaton disclosed today Titanium Alloy In the Navj I at supersonic ones does this affect McNamara s
    they are studying closely the. version of the aircraft. Also All has been described predictions of a possible $I billion -
    Pentagon's acknowledged troubles Top subcommittee sources saj/ as an interceptor which indl saving from the greater
    in perfecting the controversial privately they are intrigued b y cates its punch Is In anti-bomber "commonality" or similarity of SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY t
    new TFX warplane at I cost word that the secretly designee I weapons, rather than in bombs parts produced and stocked for iii"a
    expected to total billions new All experimental interceptor Questions AriseThe the two versions? SAVE 25%
    They told a reporter privately plane, just disclosed b> -Does the$300 million now '
    many new questions have arisen President Johnson, uses Titanium : Informants said there are generally believed to representthe ICE CREAMHALF for-V 1' FREE
    i' since the Senate Investigations to save on weight many questions to be asked be- Administration's spending OH ALLPRESCRIPTIONS.
    subcommittee suspended hear- Information made available Of, fore the TFX Investigation Is plans for work on the TFX In
    ings last summer on why the the A11 Is limited but what habeen marked closed, and that they the year starting next July ] I FILM PRINTS
    huge job-potentially the most divulged indicates it It swill, include: represent the whole sum? .
    costly in Defense Department'not designed for the multiple, -What are the cost effects of For security reasons, details Ecktrd'i Cosh A Carry OilI GALLON 4 9c e EASTMAN FILM I
    history-was awarded to the apparent -roles envisioned for TFX-which the troubles encountered with of the military spending items I count Plan saves yen 25.. .f
    high bidder. means tri-service fighter experi- the Navy version of the TFX? I are deliberately fuzzed In the regular selling y... a !- ... ee fttetmi wltlvwy O
    price en aprescriptions. FAMOUS BRAND nil .f Him.........-, K... \
    The wide-ranging probe has mental. -What do McNamara and public records and sometimes .
    ilw Mach will NMl
    r m -
    brought the subcommittee and Most Importantly, A11 seemsto his engineering advisers say in the records Congress In general | .t.uFv.knt" H.I"M tI .IMi to MHwr cad wary d.y.Wh. y
    McClellan, be too large for use about Titanium ? For mxt e.nwtlelw ,rl w> COUPON
    Its Chairman John L. on carriers Alloys now gets to see instance ". ysu ,1cII sp yaw dewepd I
    D-Ark, Into open controversy -Does the Pentagon contemplate few Congress members were TODAY AND EVERY DAYI! Slim ym buy .*. nit .f l...
    with the civilian defense department In addition there has been no separate contracts for the aware that funds for the secret ... ntm .... w.will Ill!*.ye..eeNa |
    chiefs, and there are hints hint that A-11 employs the movable Air Force and Navy TFX versions -designing and testing of the Mil IVORY SOAP as.-4d.y .... wary day.I .
    rows are brewing. wings planned for. TFX because of the difficulties were Included In prior :years' -
    The crellmlnary contract to which o would_enable I It.to fly at in devising.a model which....can budgets __ 'trIO.:' Slzs for
    devise and develop TFX as a 4 1ge
    versatile new system 4/29. I
    for the Air Force Navy and Limit Usually. I .......N 4_Mm Vim HOT*lilt I
    Marines was awarded to the 'IjJ
    Fort Worth Tex., Division of 1 I
    General Dynamics Corp In De-
    JP tnPfiffi'ffi' COUPON ffifH" jjQa
    cember 1962.

    Billed As FastestIn TOILET BOWL BRUSH

    _, making the award the de- [
    partment's civilian top com- Nyta' brittle brush with
    mand overrode findings by the wooden hand!.. 13"full..lt4JtIIi ALlfM1iNUM DOD?
    military that a rival design and Compare at,29e.u..u IhiAsks hat sae.fa..a.ssaps.
    proposal by the Boeing Co. of .. PORTA-FILE seesseesgrayly
    Seattle, Wash., promised a bet- ( S wIMl miMll <'.. Mwl, l/t) hi 77
    ter, cheaper version of the new I l9.,lor .llHMtcl btnMbt. III* ltoY .Lasfargars.
    plane, billed In advance as theworlds TRYFOOD TOWNAND / I k..Wi lOt Mtwtte toCMipbM ..,..... 2.95 Y.1..
    best fighter-bomber. with .Iph.b.Hwduld.s
    it Is tock sad toy:lee U'/i" l'/iT'ale': COUPON rer
    The department says
    aiming for first test nights of I,49
    the Air Force version of TFX SEE!! 6Jh Valu.GIANTPORTA. 188 BOOK MATCHES
    late this year, but Is having vex
    ing troubles with the Navy version sf'N
    and has Indicated no test'date. lJJ -FILE Carre of SO books. I... Q$ N

    17< value.Limit .
    The Pentagon estimates the al.nl ita. .11 Mtol ll.
    project ultimately may Involve I lk.141 UO. tetter-..!* 38 ( 1 wIMl MU.WI thru MM* ,/.,
    expenditures In excess of $7' e..a.I.he.s.d s.n.Iw.,,e /.IMt.. 2
    far In .M h.a. N M .Iw.
    billion-possibly excess.
    McClellan has set out to dis- : COUPON ;
    cover, as he put it, whether favorltlsm CHUCKA 01STEAK&PUIb.I PLASTIC AUTO
    or bad judgment were
    involved in the award to Gen I l SCOTCH TAPERocket UTTER, BASKET
    aa:1: 4 .. .
    Defense Robert S ( b JIttw bee Shlftly peal

    has testified that the award I brand scotch tape 13CI. Wkyfew able. .....flolbte.......Hf plntta.,.IMNII Usbrs.k.,toy I I
    1 was based on merit alone, and I ... 23c dispenser roIL N ..pey.
    that the taxpayers actually will .... ..... .
    (Limit s wllk MUM* a"MAGIC /" Extra
    save money in the long run 3geSpeclall

    t Problems Arise ..:
    I Since then, the Defense Department .
    has acknowledged un-
    expected trouble In designingthe Snyder
    Navy's version of the TFX r

    difficulties although most are military details secrets of the KIDDIES' LAMP I

    One conceded difficulty Is that IPICNICSb.25c BLACK
    the Navy version Is turning out m1 C.f. e.l.el' Laps mad. ei kwvrll
    to be heavier and far bulkier >M twmilc T.w k.lc. wa.lost .
    than the Navy is willing to ac *p.to Mhnli..MM! ..ISAfComfpare
    cept for carrier service v
    McNamara testified last year
    the Boeing design involved too 69'o HOSTESS" CAN OPENER ,]
    many risks of failure because of I
    Bush's Show BoatPORK psp.iw w.ll-fyp. ........, sw .'-

    Carpet Firms Cwnflit ..Wi'MfMfl:: II sear. eM, w. ..* I Reg 4.49
    SAVE ...1.. pwc"_ -

    WarnedBy 'N'BEANS .1 DOLLARS Compare tit 2.911 166


    WASHINGTON FTC ) The #300 : i7j 34fl

    Federal Trade Commission ordered I
    11 carpet companies today I Can
    to stop price discriminations,
    among retailers who compete In Limit
    selling rugs and carpets. I
    Eight of the companies signed Three SNAP-fT PLASTIC 4
    consent agreements to cease: siren
    practices complained of, the I Kraft's Kitchen fresh TRAVEL 'N STORAGE!
    FTC said, while the other three ,
    cases are In litigation. .69C
    Those who entered Into the I BAGS
    consent agreements-which do
    not constitute admissions of law t CONTOUR MATTRESS COVER Packoae of 10 fvlt-tlie IPiiS".
    violation-were listed by the MAYONNAISEFULL Y.1.d..t3..1.5.M.d ... N.NI.td reliable heavy.wetqht plat tic I .
    FTC as Bigelow.Sanford CarpetCo. ._... II fit. u..us.n... __ 1If. wltll .i_ storage bogs Keeps clothing I
    .sloe' n.e ew -
    ., New York City; Mohasco __ _"IW as au-se. fresh and cleas. simply Insert I
    Industries, Inc., Amsterdam garment and snap close.

    N.Y.Bloomsburg Magee. Pa;Carpet The Beattie Co. LIMIT SALAD ;Z".i.i.nfMnQfBOWLS ::
    Manufacturing Co., Little Falls ; COMPAU'69C
    N.J.; C. H. Masland I: Sons. QUART 3 9c :r"r et !
    Carlisle, Pa; A. M. Karagheusian flh.if CI
    Inc., New York City;
    Roxbury Carpet Co., and M. J. INDOOR
    Whittall Associates Inc. both RUBBER Needy Y.erd
    of Saxonville Mass., and Rox- DELIGHT COLORED SOLIDS n.Mr Mn rw 2'15 HEADQUARTERSFOR
    bury Southern Mills, Inc., Chattanooga TV ANTENNA T-MATS rasrFREE -
    E jJ
    Tenn: Firth CarpetCo.
    ., New York City. 1 III.Limit Two9c FISHING TACKLE a1s
    Those whose cases are In litigation OLEO
    were listed as CallawayMills I ; ,
    Co., and Its wholly owned, #302 MITCHELL
    subsidiary, Callaway Mills, Inc..1! t
    of New York City; Philadelphia I
    Crafts, Inc, Dalton Ga. I Ili 'I//1'e AT REGULAR PRICE OP 20e Each DIAL #101 s.&. ..Ite.... MftMNr

    that The each FTC concern complaints sold its alleged prod- + C I :=sad sad ::.Sleet...:=; .

    which ucts under resulted a discount In smaller system customers '; Large 9 CREST NIGHT LIGHT ". Itc."tLII.t, :" aft.tW.. 38' rM web ,..,.. ..... -.y.

    paying higher net prices Stalk 5900 3089
    than did their large competitors. dinany Ust
    In the three litigated cases... SEGO LIQUID mit.t n..in- ... letILb.lt = 3" 6?
    the commission set aside a hearIng tl
    examiner's dismissals of #505 GARCIA
    complaints against Callaway and DERMASSAGE SKIN LOTION.... "
    :: 'S' 57'
    Cabin Crafts and adopted his I SPINNING OUTFIT I
    decision against Philadelphia
    Carpet after modifying his order. BAYER ASPIRIN #SOI web latmnrit itli....
    I n 7,:.llbft I). 51' .... DIM web KM ,ractlc* ,.... |
    kiEl ... "efeMIeHI .ed.l 2. .. S']

    : I ir1'iii CREOMULSION COUGH SYRUP eN; II? 47' M 4095Usl 16GARCiA 99 a

    BROWNIE STARMITE II OUTFIT :=.":: "t;a 8';: .

    100 CAMERA OUTFIT "I 1499
    KITtF1ENl s ,InstaMatlc!
    On.Aendt.save.aae..nd + SPINNING RODS

    w.Nr w v 610 W. MEMORIAL 1621 N. FLORIDA AVE. CURLER BAG =..1.:-.;: es a 38MEN'S FWMM*!MJH n*

    And 991 COMBEE ROAD -.rr..ey. 'V,'MnlM, 1159
    r .r9Va
    WINDBREAKER JACKETS=:: :m sd r: '. $I UIIht.


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