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 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
daily
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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: UF00079940:00011
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Florida Farm Workers' Pay Hike PonderedBy



JOHN D. POMFRET protested to the White House. der direct advisement Ordinarily the original minimum wag or-

} .,d3 pf JCrfa TJiira( EimerWASHINGTONLabor The suspension was to have' Robert C. Goodwin, administrator der, hat been under pressure

r dk 1 -a, Secretary expired Feb. 13, but Wirth extended of the department from farm labor, civil right

W. Willard Wtrtz had it until April 15. 's bureau of employment and union group to reinstate
under consideration today a Meanwhile, it was learned security would issue the wag It.

politically sensitive recommendation that Clifford P. Grant, a labor order In the secretary's name They have accused the Johnson .
that he reinstate after clearing with WlrU.
a wage department hearing exam. administration and the
order that would raise substantially Iner, recommended on feb 20 The special handling of the Kennedy administration before
frt the pay of thousands of that the (3 cent minimum be Florida farm wage determination It of trading the welfare of I .
I a Florida farm workers be reinstated apparently was because of Florida farm workers for

The order would peg at 95 Grant, conducted a new Inquiry Its politically sensitive nature. Senator Smathers' support of

"at cents an hour the maximum after Wirtz had impended One of the secretary's aides their tax reduction program. i II i
wage paid by Florida growers the initial wage order last said there was no Indication A spokesman for Senator
to both foreign and domestic October and ordered new hear- when WlrU might act or how Smatters said that these accusations :
workers ings.In. he would act, but he added were ridiculous."
( V Such an order was Issued a departure from customary that the secretary had the matter .
"All the senator Is Interested -
last July 15, but Wirtz suspended labor department pro under "active consideration
in is in seeing that ill the
it In October after Sen. cedure, Wirtz has taken ."
4{ : George A, Smathers, D-Fla, Grants recommendation un.. Wirth, since ha suspended (Turn to Pale (, Column R) I

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WI' Truce
(AP) '- Sec ed States should take I Ia the defeating the Reds and "we are PlotFORT "
retary of Defense Robert S.: struggle against Communist confident these plans point the '",. !',''''
McNamara returned from dominated Viet Cong way to victory," ';;' ;
South Viet Nam today to give The secretary reportedly con- At the same time the secretary NICOSIA Cyprus (APTurkey -
President Johnson a firsthand cluded during his five-day visit warned that he had found PIERCE (AP) 'b Issued an ultimatum to the
how the II his fourth I the FBI agents arrested two former Greek Cypriot government of
report on war going to the embattled ) situation "very serious" and ;,
against Communist guerrillas Southeast Asian countrythatthe he promised the U.S. government Florida East Coast Railway J Cyprus today warning that It
there massive U.S. aid may have will provide whatever additional employee early today on charges 'C would take unilateral action an-
McNamara told reporters at to be stepped up if the war is aid is necessary. they attempted to blow up lent I cease-fir was put In
Andrew Air Force Base that to be won. I Aides said McNamara wa an FCC train with 50 pounds of Force throughout the island and
during his swing through the But dispatches from '>Saigon convinced that only by Increased dynamite. Thursday night all acts against the Turkish Cypriot
war-torn country "I did not also said McNamara has vetoed American assistno Th. two werry' Identified by Y'E AY' a community were stopped
meet a single responsible official -:suggestions that the battle be and greater Vietnamese effort FBI Director J..Edgar Hoover The ultimatum, which carried]
who doesn't beUeve that If expanded into North Viet Nam. can the Communist tide be a* John Wesley Davis 28, who the Implied warning of a Turk-'
a proper effort Is made" victory L Johnson seal McNamart and stemmed In Southeast Asia lives near here,.and Joseph Leo + t sh Invasion of Cyprus, was contained I
can be obtained. Ota. Maxwell IX ,1>ylor, chairman On his way back to Washington Vedder, 32, of Mtamf in a note delivered todayto
H*' added..,thouah. that the of the Joint Chiefs of Staff McNamara stopped' .t Honolulu : Hoover said IS sticks of dyaa the government of Greek
path to victory may be ]Iud." to South Viet Nam last week tome for conference ivltWAdm. mite were found wired to the Cypriot President Makarlos by
The def.NMv,. MrjfcwlUi Gee **.a.,aew.aueoomes't" of tlu Harry-D. FelL.Pacific mllluty ease at the eosin end of on nc, the Turkish Embassy In Nicosia. 1
Maxwell E. Taylor, chairmu...the iainst the Viet Cong commander, lt brae+ry bridge In Indian River County; Ambassadors Got Not.
of the Joint Chief of Staff, They were )joined there by John and Air Fore north of here. .
standing at hi. side, IIJc4 the A. McCone, director of the Cen He told aewsmta Is anticipated The explosives were wired fo The note had been given to
President Jiad sent them to Intelligence Agency. additional trips to South. they would detonate when s 5o'--- the U.S., British and Greek amassadors v
South Viet Nam for two purposes Bef ire boarding his homeward Viet Nam. train's wheels passed over the > In Ankara the Turkish ,
sound plane Thursday In Almost until the moment Me tracks, the FBI said. capital Thursday night.
To apprals the political economic Saigon McNamara told cheering Namara took off from Saigon he Turkey said If its conditionswere
Five Trains Derailed
and Jltary situation Vietnamese that their new worked on his report to the not met Immediately it I
To dete me what "addi-! premier, Maj.) Gen Nguyen President. He had a draft ready Saboteurs have blown five would Intervene under the 1960
tional actV if any" the Unit- Khanh, has a sound strategy for|when he reached Hawaii. freight trains off FEC track reaty of guarantee which accompanied -
e. this year, two late last montha the Independence of ,
few miles from Palatka where Cyprus from Britain.
President Johnson was makinga 'i k'4 The treaty empowers Britain
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speech on a Florida tour. IifI Greece or Turkey to Intervene
II The Incident prompted th. unilaterally to preserve the con-
President to call on the FBI and tltutlon of Cyprus Makarlos
: At Opening Of Founders' Week Labor Department to do all possible eslre' to remove the constituon .
to solve the sabotage and Greek Cypriots Demonstrate s veto powers for the Turk.
settle month-old strike .ih Cypriot minority is at the
Florid Southern College's eon In the Ordway Arts Build. ident. He will succeed the a 13'/J by
root of the
Cyprus crisis and the
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Jokmon Old ctKini b..,
11 nonoperatlng unions Greek Cypriet high school rtudenrf Ml fin t* effigy of Pmldont
annual I, Binders' Week got leg Rev. Thomas,G. Mitchell of The FBI dispatched a 30-man Ire Momes of Jokneen end Irillik/ Prime 1 MI.'..., Alee, Doyloi.Homo In Morpken, Cyprus, ....,. civil war between the islands

under way this morning at a This afternoon program Gainesville after having team to work on the bombings. They .,.. sol fire to ufflne baring .."' .. of Turkish Forelfn" Mlnlitor Ferldum Cecil Irkln end two communities: I \
convocation in the Brans- was to Include "open house"for served a year as president Hoover said Vedder. who was Hoovf Penkreih Turklih Cyprlot 10..... (AP Wlrepfcoro vl. ...,. from Nicole) Reports that Turkish naval
comb Memorial Auditoriumat the public, featuring cam elect. armed with a 38 caliber pistol, nits. had taken aboard troops
tours exhibits a tea. arrested In I car ana marines Thursday at Isken-
pus was near
which honor students were The results of a recent poll derun, 100 miles north of
and exhibition House Votes Cyprus
an crew race where Davis was apprehended
of alumni will be announced Probe Asked On
recognized and Milburn P. on Lake Hollingsworth. No further details were re- brought a warning from
Akers, editor of the Chicago regarding other national officer Greek Foreign Minister Stsvrostotopouloa
The coronation of a FSC and the presidentelectA eased Down
Sun Tin,as and honorary coed a* "Miss Southera of class reunion luncheon at The two men were given an. that any unilateral

chancellor of the college 1964" was to be held at S:30 12:30 p.m. In the cafeteria will immediate hearing before U.s.Commit.loner Grove OwnershipNear Par bring Intervention"an Immediate on Cyprus Greek would
rection -
James Raise
was awarded an honorary p.m. In the Branscomb Audi- conclude the college's 79th E. Aiderman ."
torium with the public invited. Founders' Week observance at Fort Pierce. Bond was
of laws
doctor degree The program calls for Miss Florida Southern students let at $73,000 each. WASHINGTON (AP) In a Pupils DemonstrateIn
Dr. Cot rlee T. Thrift conferred Southern, elected In a secret will begin their spring holidayat Vedder and Davis were College Site sudden seizure of election year northwest Cyprus, hun-
the degree on Akers poll of the student body but noon tomorrow. Classes charged with placing an explo- litters, the House has said "no,dred. of Greek Cypriot high

who for was the the convocation.principal speaker whose Identity was not to be are due to resume March 23. (Turn to Page (, Column 2):) By RONNIE'STUART south of Avenue 0, NE, which hanks" to a $10,000-a.year pay school pupil. In Morphou dem-
divulged until the coronation, Ledger Staff Writer would place the property to raise nstraled against Britain and the
Open House Planned to be formally crowned by Dr. BARTOW School Board the east of the golf course. Its surprising decision Thursday United States and burned Presl-
Thrift and Chancellor Akers. that at 122,SOO Congress dent Johnson In
Following the morning eon- C. A. Boswell Sr. Plats in the tax assessor's effigy.
vocation, more than 900 persons Salute ScheduledA Attorney office, which are public record members are paid enough, Greek and Turkish Cypriot
were guests of the college musical salute to the new said yesterday that he has show less than 20 acres killed a bill that would have ipers exchanged half a dozen
at an invitational lu cbI campus queen and her court been instructed by "10m." of grove property owned by boosted the salaries of 1.7 million shots In a Nicosia, suburb but
of W gowned coeds was to members of the board to Investigate L & F Company Inc. and by government workers The Iritlsh true forces Intervened
follow the coronation, festering the ownership and Clalrie Henderson. It is two average mailman and government before anyone wan hurt.
I the FSC concert band two possible purchasing price of separate pieces of property secretary stood to gain Th* threat of Greek and Turksh .
Special Edition student choirs and a companyof and not a Joint ownership. I4SO annually Intervention came as U.N.
Will Be Sent dancers from the Vagabond an orange grove adjacent toE To the north of Avenue 0 Senate Revival Secretary-General U Thant so-
Players sr M j I. the Winter Haven Golf Course. and scross the street from the peared nearing success In his ef
: y AustraliaA Mare Bullion of West Hart II I Boswell. who did not reveal golf course is approximately Theoretically the Senate can oils to raise a 7,000-man Inter
ford, Conn. president of the the source of his Instructions, 20 acres In citrus groves revive the pay boost drive laterthJ. national police fore for Cyprus.
of ,
least
one copy i session, and to make I It Thant today was only 2500)
Tb Ledger's Decade Per senior class, was to serve a* also said he was asked to owned by Martin Groves Inc., modest .
according to assessor's plats more palatable at more troops short of his goal after
Decliloa Progress Edition master of ceremonies determine the Is for
klf grove Veteran observers
No mention of this grove Is proportions Canada pledged 1,000 men tojoin
H > published March 28, At 7:30 p.m. a dinner for sale He added that the board made in the survey reportPag consider this unlikely.The the 3,500 troop. Britain baa
w' be sent I* Australia. alumni and parents of students I salary structure
members who requested the higher promised to keep on the island)
cost will be will be held in till college
mailing
of the
Information on the grove had the strong support a. part of the International
its. commons The guest House Democratic leadership)
win Dr. Cart C. want it by next Thursday army
Th Ledger speaker will be and the Johnson administration Canadian Foreign SecretaryPaul
Copies free anywhere Bracy, president of Mount when the school board Is It was scaled to boos Martin flew from Ottawa
i, 4 U. S. or Canada. Union College, Alliance, Ohio. .. scheduled to meet with the those In the top levels 22.5 per to New York to give Thant personal
} star subscribers will He will speak on "Educating 4 members of a site survey cent and those on the lower assurance Canada would
receive a copy *f the. apodal the Whole Person team which i recommendedthat rungs 3 per cent on the theory I participate in the U.N. fore andwould
edltkM which' win An outdoor dance for students the Polk Junior College that the government can retain also pay for transport-
kick off The Lede, Saturday and faculty, starting at be permanently located on the Amusements........... 12 top people only by making their log; and maintaining Canadian
morning publication 1:30: p.m. In the parking area competitive with private Industry -
golf course site.Advantage Bridge 18 pay troop.
.
.t their doon.Additional of the Ordway Arts Building, .
copies may will close out the evening program Cited Business News ...,.. 11 However, this la an election Parliament Approval Needed

lie ordered through the. The survey team report Comics ............"? 12.13 year, and while the voter may Martin said French CanadI-
paper's circulation department Alumni Honored noted the presence of the Classified 18-19120-21 favor a $430 raise for his 'postman ana of the Royal 22nd Regiment
from newsboys grove and theorized that its Crossword Puzzle .. 13 he may look askance at a at Camp Valcartler, Que, wouldleavi
and news deal,". The "Alumni Day" tomorrowwill s purchase would eliminate "the boost for his congressman for Cyprus ss soon as one
with Dear Abby.. .......... 13 $10,000
Is a cents per copy begin at 130: a.m. .
price disadvantages of the irregular the administration country Joined the fore
more
or five for one dollar. A registration of former students Deaths .........,............ I Besides .
snaps" of the golf course has filled the air with talk and the Canadian Parliament a.pproved
convenient order blank IsM and a coffee at 10 aim tract. Editorials ................ 4 Canada's participation.
Page 8 of today's edt a t Branscomb will Auditorium.The attend Chain Of Office The report continued "ac: Fulton Lewis Jr. _. S of Still economy.Democratic and Republican Other troop contribution

tion. visitors and then a quisition of this grove also Horoscope ..........?? 12 leader. were certain thatIf were expected from Finland

And. If you would I* I friend lib gather special In planetarium till chapel for annual : Dr. OMrlos T. Thrift it, rnoMonf of Florldo torkoni Glare, would provide additional area Television ..............13 the House members did not and Sweden
t send a copy
for future and this
expansion record the $M3 With the brokenand
please MM shot. od iMdolUoii of office Milkwn P. Aktn.romwlry have to go on troop logjam
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In Hong Kong. Tb Ledger report meeting of the on should be considered if the Sports ... 14-13-16-17 million bill would be passed As financial contributions com.
circulation office will be National Alumni Association tavoorln kin oo honorary ckorKollor of Mrs *olbo. AoOM college I II established her (on Weather ................. 2 the day wore on, provisions Inl In, Thant advised the Seen- .
happy t* give Jon the Judge Richard H. Cooper of In MM cowMiiy thin momlri* b Inkop Jomo* W. Hmloyof the golf court") *................ I calling for Increases for differ- rlty Council he was confident
ailing cost. Orlando, a 1MO gradual, will she Florid Morho** Conforoiwo, a rratro* of the toDts. The report refer to adjacent ] -
be installed as national prey (lodM Pheeo by PorUm) orange grove property (Turn to Page '. Column 4) (Turn to Page J, Column >1)ill

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NATIONAL BANK J4ii I'I Temperatures In Florida And Around Nation

I ........... 68 39 Los Angeles .....\.. 59 48
Station H L Atlanta ........... *' 37
I ............ 44 33 Memphis
I Miami ... .... M 69 Chicago ......... 45 30 New Orleans ....... 74 57
Jacksonville 76 40 Cincinnati............ 62 32 New York .... ...... ft 34
+ ; CHARITIESLive I Key Wilt 84 73 Denver ........ 53 40 San Francisco ...... 54 49
I LAKELAND ?. 41 58 Detroit De Moines!............. 42 30 Seattle ....... .... 43 32
'Ocala 68 .......... ..a31 Washington ......j. 49 32I
I Orlando .. MSaraiota 78 81 52 Fairbanks Fort Worth ........ 70 51 Toronto ............ 38 18TaUah..seo
I 77 42 Honolulu ........... 82 70 BAROMETER
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on . e I Tampa. Palm.Beach ... 71 91 64 Kansas City ..... .. 68 110 I p.m. Thursday 30.It


Through the Estate of Alfred I. DuPont, 3k A 0 A ,',' ,

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Excerpts from the will of Alfred I I. DuPont: /, I

"My trustees shall cause to be incorporated a corporati6n for charitable;} I

Itt d purposes, to be designated and, known as 'The Nemours Foundation' L ,'j; \.'

a and my said trustees are hereby directed to pay over to the said corporal ionf:,::

the net income of my said estate for the purpose of maintaining the said testate :

\ of Nemours as a charitable Institution for the core and treatment of \\
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The Nemours Foundation has also awarded special Florida grants for speech training and physical and occupational _. .a.aww.a1Nn .
!;r therapy to the Florida Center of Clinical Services at the University of Florida; the Children's Speech Correc sl..weso..aears ra.a..rrrr+eur h' !>Rd'

tion Clinic, Jacksonville; the Junior Service League Orthopaedic Center at Daytona Beach; the Happiness Houseat e- j $

Sarasota; the Rehabilitation Center for Crippled Children; of the Dade County Crippled Children's Society in .. R..w +.. 111. ...}, ;. \:,,':>
Miami; the Florida Society for Crippled Children and Adults for work In its Mobile and Summer Camp Therapy ..__..___...1 1, .9.., tt +r ai+aav> M ",
Units; the Broward County Society for Crippled Children at Fort Lauderdale; the Easter Seal Society of the
Capital Area, Inc., at Tallahassee; the Brevard Crippled Children's Center at Melbourne; the Sunshine Center at Another warm, snoop day with l tein,e"Jiurei In the 70 and lOa won predicted for Florida
Vero Beach the Monroe redoy. T....'...'* forecast ceded for partly cloudy weertoi with ir.ew.ri In rortk Mdloni of the
; County Cerebral Palsy and Cripples Association, Inc, at Key West; and the Children'sRehabilitation mfaVeitoniererei
Meenrlme, Hit Ohio Stair, flood continued iproodini disaster throughout nosy
Ranch et Lakeland. This has brought further aid to several thousand Florida Children not needing tote. having nine deed end mere then $SO million ,in domogo. SAP W,..,.....)
hospitalization.

WE ARE PROUD THAT OUR PROFITS WORK FOR HUMANITY VYcat/icrcosf

Partly cloudy skies, warm
days and mild nights are ahead
for Lakeland through tomorrow. '.

At long as f/iere'i/ a Lakeland, them will be a Honda Notional Bank East to southeasterly winds 111.1
will blow at 10 to 18 miles an \ '
FLORIDA ZONE FORECAST \ .
lour, except less than ( miles B-C-D: Fair tonight. Increasing -
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an hour at night. Moderate cloudiness with I a
humidity was expected.The chance of a few showers Sat
maximum temperaturehere urday. Low tonight In the fitFl
yesterday was 70 degrees, ties.
the minimum this morning was E-F-G4 Fair through Satur
a rMMIR 58 degrees, and no rain fell at day. Low tonight near 60. so
the city hall weather Station Variable mostly northea.t winds ,
5 to 15 miles per hour. Becoming
Pili" 'l'OIIT INVIANCa eoa'O..TION WITH TRUST DEPARTMENT east and southeast Satur
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average three to five degrees Low tonight in the mid sixties.K w
above normal with no large day. : Partly cloudy through Sat. '
I to-day changes during the five urday. Low tonight In the low h tls'

____ day period ending Wednesday. seventies.
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HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ruta I said "And, like all foreignersthink : Soviet Embassy again Thurs: KamandulislYi t
Lee, familiar with Hollywood I things are done in the "
procedure, went to the front office United States, he suggested thatI day. I
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, March U, 1964 Manned BomberVoice Nation's Bankers

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LEDGER EDITORIALSTwo I I ., Concerned Over




Tax Cut EffectsBy


Threats To Citrus DAVID IAWRENCEWASHINGTONThe

average
FLORIDA'S citrus Industry is now They are at the same time taking citizen may be thinking of

facing two threats that could prove to giant steps to activate a program to how to spend his tax-cut mon

be of far-reaching significance the reach still more consumers than citrus ey or about the political cam
: thafa coming, but the
:: paign
next few years. has yet had.Recovery.
bankers of the country are
Threat No. 1 is the so-called syn- from the freeze of 1962 is deeply concerned about what'

thetic beverage industry. Drinks that in progress, and so the annual crop going to happen after the full
look and taste so much like effects of the new tax law
orange of Florida citrus will be progressively
have been felt next year, not
juice that the average consumer can'treadily larger each season henceforth, barring only In America but abroad.

detect the difference are being such natural disasters as freezes and The fear of Inflation Is growIng -

vigorously pushed. hurricanes. among economists. The l

And the beverages intended to bea Growers First National City Bank of
throughout the of
portion
New York, in its monthly letter
substitute for orange juice are get the citrus belt hit by the freeze Im- doesn't mince words about

ting a good response from consumers. mediately turned to nurseries for new bi1 AMAf a what it feels may lie ahead

The substitutes for citrus juice are trees to replace the ones killed by the unless preventive measuresare
being pushed with tremendous promo- freeze.In taken. The economists ofa
tional resourcefulness, and the promo- large bank, with international -
some instances, of course, the as well as national problems
tional campaign is certain to be expanded DAVID LAWRENCE
destruction was so extensive that to deal with every day,
and intensified as time goeson. are not thinking of politics as
decided
some growers not to attemptnew
they survey the situation but
planting in those prices and wages will probably -
spots.
To minimize the significance of this out of the hard facts of eco
But the strong tendency was to nomic life. The bank letter not be strongly felt until
would be
competition expensively un- Last 419 says in part: late this year and In 1963." )
plant
realistic, and it is not being minimized. anew. year nursery- "The goal of higher growth

Threat No. 2 comes from outside in men and growers in Florida produced rates should not divert attention THE BANK'S letter declares

the form of imports from the Vir- 2,306,213 registered citrus nursery from the fact that the that the administration's
trees, and that was more than the to- sat dangers of renewed inflation
and instance.
Islands Panama for
gin
"avowed strategy for dealing
closer the $800
tal for the 10 are drawn by
Here is a situation that could prove preceding years. r mlllion-a-month tax cut. Alertness with Inflation reveals a serious

extremely damaging not only to cit- Such statistics tell of both hope and on the part of monetary lack of balance," and adds

rus Interests in Florida but to thosein determination. But the two threats of authorities is therefore essential that the present plan is to employ

California and Texas as well. substitute drinks and imported citrus fiscal and monetary policy

Imported citrus could become an call for all the ingenuity the citrus industry r "In view situation of our ,balance.of.payments It Is recognized to push for a rapid business

octopus squeezing the life out of the within the United States can /f/dt'C that monetry policy expansion while preparing

citrus industry in the United States muster and coordinate to maintain must remain flexible to guard to tighten money only asa
last resort. It is the fear of
status and cultivate marketsfor against Inflation or unwarranted
present
because imported citrus can under-
the inflationary effects that Is
movements of capital to
sell citrus produced in Florida, California the bigger crops that will be com- foreign money centers. The increase causing widespread comment

and Texas. For one thing, the ing along the next few years.It in the British bank rate among bankers. The bank let

pay scale for workers in citrus outside is not a time for hysteria nor a from 4 per cent to S per cent ter concludes:

the United States is much lower thanin time for dawdling. It is a time for of the People at the close of last month "The tax cut promises to
served as yet another reminder fulfill some of the rosy predictions -
this country. large-scale action on a thoroughly ag-
that other nations are faced of the 'soaring sixties.;
Fully alert to the threats and feel- gressive and realistic basis. once again with signs of over- so glowingly painted towardthe

ing due alarm, leaders in the Florida We believe the vigorous Florida In- BManraThis Is The Ledger's Opinion Page Baaa J heating in their economies. It end of the last decade. But .
also becomes a new factor In in our eagerness to enjoy Its
citrus industry are coordinating all dustry has the ingenuity to meet the
threats and will nil .dltorlol' pogo .H... Hie _.,.,.r'. .... .pinlen..a Morton .f currant I....... !I. DM international money market benefits, we should not forget
their defensive resources to meet them. But the
protectthe .
odltorlol coign It wolcontoi the .pinions. of ...." I. Hit Voice of Hit ,.., Colu", .. Letters mint relationships. the hard lesson about Inflation ,'
industry.Lakeland's. going will be rough. bo signed end tar tf>. writer's ......., but Mmot will bo withhold, upon ""u.... A knot should not learned from the fifties. .
..c'" 210 "'....., end poorr connot b. ..... The Lodgor _",.. tho right to rooct| .., Mtor Ofihortori MANY observers of the eco At a time when Inflationary
nomic inclined trends are already evident In
picture are to
oltcwbero this
ft. Opinions colwmnnta and orhor contributor oppoor pogo.
concentrate on what happens the common market, Britain
II Poison Control CenterAT down and, through their inspection inside the United States and and Japan, these lessons are
'Price We put the district Intoa Recalls Scrap hence give little attention to particularly apt right now .
lower class. the Impact of Internationalevents "The federal government

LAKELAND General Hospitalis beyond the reach of children. Have To Pay'EDITOR The City Commission has Iron SalesEDITOR cannot escape I Its responsibility -

a life-saving station known as the Carelessness or Ignorance on the been very cooperative withus : ;. Qi Wr Ti t,1" ; for stabilization policy.

Poison Control Center. part of adults are the two predisposing : I would like to ; however, they have also : Selling wheat to Though It is important that
told us that they cannot indefinitely C business and labor leaders
It is in the emergency area of the factors. comment on Sunday's City continue protectingus Russia Is comparable to selling should the
on this country. BackIn recognize nation'sneed
column
hospital and is staffed around the After using a household productthat your Hallways very competent written reporter by, for a lesser amount ($l2 scrap Iron to Japan. 1929 it was the failure of a for stable prices, It is

is poisonous, many adults simply Mr. Shilling, regarding Fire per year for each family) than While the ships are on their big Austrian bank which started primarily the government's job

clock.Dr.. James R. Boulware Jr., Lake- forget to put it back in its proper District No. 1 of Polk County. tax they structure charge other 1 Is now areas.$7.50 Our for way. Russia spits In our face a chain reaction around the to establish a fiscal and monetary
While it Is true that by downing a plane that cost globe that developed Into a framework for a sustained
very
land pediatrician, is director of the place beyond the reach of children. each dwelling or commercialunit
fire Insurance rates will world-wide upset of the economic expansion without infla
Center, which is maintained by the Many adults carelessly leave within when we assume our own go protection up one mill ad valorem on the lives of three Americans.I equilibrium.There tion."

United States Public Health Service, reach of children such. item a* that Is the price that all taxable real property, and hear that (a license to has been a period of
(4 for all trailer located
The Center gives attention to an bleaching fluid, kerosene, turpentine we have to pay. We have no within the district.If spaces. sell) several more million relative stability in the United THESE ARE word that
alternate, for the residents bushels of wheat has been States during the last three will
except probably not be
average of one case a day. and gasoline in cups and soft drink all property owners In granted. Does our given
of the area to petition govern years and business has moved more than passing consideration ,
Emergency calls for help come bottles.In the City of Lakeland for an- the district will request their ment have to condone their ahead. A large part of the Industrial because nobody at this
from as far as 100 miles. many cases, small children get nexation.It Insurance agents, during the disgraceful acts and try to capacity was unused, time can prove whether the
their hands tablets Is the plans of the commissioners next few months, to renew pacify I them with more and Increased did
Most of the victim of poison are on aspirin and :3 wheat? competition prediction will be fulfilled.
fire insurance for
their a or
of the district to tend to hold back price in Today the situation could be
children.At that have been left
.
sleeping pills out
5 year period, It will probablybe I the
assume their own fire protec- hope Republican creases. The unemploymentfigure complicated
the Center is a cross-index of of place. Often the results are lethalIt tion not later than Sept. 1, renewed at the present rate, Party will nominate a man of S3 per cent has pressures that by might Inflationary come

poisons.As is frightening to think that dur- 1964. We will not be a strictly and at the expiration of the with the ability to take a served, to make labor unions from an unstabilized wage and

new commercial products come ing the next 12 months approximately volunteer company, but will contract should, the be fire district'srating favor firmer hold on the rein of reluctant to press for large price structure. This, along
onto the market that have In- 363 in the Lakeland will have four paid firemen, two very this government and stop wage Increase. But the new with somewhat Similar prob-
poison persons area on duty at all times, assisted able with what we now have, pussy-footing with the Com- tax cut, which will stimulate lems being encounteredabroad
gredients, the products and the ingre- be victims of poison, most of them by trained volunteers. How- which even though we are munists, and also quit play. consumer business, doubtless at least should serveas
dients are listed at the Control Cen- small children made victims by care- ever, even If we had the protected by the City of Lakeland ing Santa Claus by giving so will be used a* a pretext for a warning that the benefit
ter, and the antidote is charted along less adults. money to hire twice the number than, we are Lakeland now rated resident higher much foreign aid. If other a new prlc.and-wage spiral. expected from the boom In the
of firemen insurance countries need help, why not
paid our
The National City Bank letter
next several
with the ingredients. This is Poison Prevention Week rates would still pos due to the fact that we are give it to them in the formof months must be
on this point:
Patients served by the Center are and a good time for Lakeland area sibly go up for the first yearor not inside the city limit a loan to be paid back with says"Sine the stimulus to spend measured after-effects against that the will economic be

victims of poison from gases, plants, residents to remind themselves to be two, until the company had CHESTER B. KINSEY I Interest, the same as you and ing will take some time to felt along after the 1964 presidential .
medications been in operation long enoughfor Fire District No. 1 would have to do? work It* through the econ
cleaning preparations, in- much more careful henceforth to make way election bas passed
sects and snakes.In sure poison items in the home and the underwriters to come Commission Chairman MRS. M. C. omy, increasing pressures on Into history.

the average home are many elsewhere are kept beyond the reachof

poisonous items that should be kept children.

A Lid Is Lifted Off Hell In GermanyBy I


II Man On The Go
RALPH McGILL Otto Keilhorn, S.1 trooper, then "prayed, wept and sang babies put to death as a not deserve any public assist!
Publisher Of The seemed almost bored as be songs of death," he said. "mercy killing." Those of ance. The argument Is that

HEAR THIS about a man truly on He helped draw the plans for his Atlanta ConstitutionIn testified. He calmly related "Upset children were separated Jew and others were done In only the useful, productive
Brauschweig Germany, how his unit storm troops had from their fathers" without formality.
the go. church, did some of the constructionand the courts of the Bonn govern- forced Jewish children to Keilhorn continued. "The men persons who can pay their own

His name is Woodrow Kite. He is all the wiring. That was nine ment are lifting the lid on watch their fathers shot to were led to the edge of a HEFELMANN alone I Is accused way should have citizenship
years ago. hell so that all who wish may death before they, too were ditch In small groups and kill of 73,000 "mercy kill- recognition.It .
a rodman and chainman at the Nora- He and his wife have three chil- peer for a while at the hor- herded into a field and machine ed. Then the children were Ings" during Adolf Hitler' Is wrong, they further
lyn plant of International Minerals and dren rors of it. After gunned to death."I shot." campaign to "purify" his so- say. to tax to support publio
18, 14 and 7. five In yet another trial at Llm- called "master He AU
years had my orders, explained race. told schools. who wish an edu-
Chemical Corporation near Bartow.He In order to have Sundays free for of careful plan Kellhorn. "and beside, I burg the government offered the court that wartime needs cation, they say, can get It
is also the pastor of a church, his church work, he took a lower pay- ning, locating hardly thought about It." witnesses and other evidenceto spurred the drive. Wounded by going to libraries If they
i
the First Baptist Church at Crystal ing job with the phosphate of witnessesand sustain the charge that midwives soldier needed the beds occupied rannot pay their way for their
company.A arrests of I KEILHORN, under oa th, were paid the equivalent by the handicapped, he schooling. There also Is murderous
Springs. He is classified as a full- hale and hearty fellow who ob- defendants, the 5 "" r told the court how Jew were of SO cents In U.S. moneyto said. anti-Semitic! and anti-
time pastor. viously takes life in stride he figures trials of some rounded up In Puuk at gunpoint report the birth of physically All this has relevance in Negro hatred on the part of a
In order to hold down his full-time he's having a pretty wonderful career. of those who relieved of their valuables handicapped an retarded our time. The ultra conservative good many person In this
carried out the. .. marched out of town children to the office of a Birch Society right wing country. Political hat which
with the
Job
and
phosphate Next time
company you get to feeling sorry war-time Dr. H Ins Hefelmann. Dr.
mass J and forced to strip to their un argument now openly declares flourished against President
serve as a pastor, he has to travel 92 for yourself because your life seems execution 0A' derwear, and then killed as Hefelmann was in charge of that it I Is Illegal to tax person Kennedy was irrational and
miles a day. too jam-packed for you to manage, it of those whom the children watched. the Hitler campaign to eliminate to pay for the Social Se- fierce.

He preaches every Sunday, conducts may be you can get a tighter grip on the Nail Mc< ILL "The children then were all but the strong and the curity system of old-a ae pensions Perhaps It helps all of u*
deemed unfit to be a part of driven into a walking line and Nordic. Germans were urgedto and for aid to blind and for the Wednesday night prayer services and yourself by thinking about WoodrowKite. the Hitler plan to establish a cut down by fire of light machine sign permit to have such crippled children. The poor do lid off hell.
engages In other pastoral activities. "master race" have begun. guns," he said. "We

made sure none of them ran
A THOUGHT-My words declare the uprightness of my heart and what my lips know they ''CO tlfCjiJI I off." '
speak sincerely.-Job 33:3.LAKELAND: He said his S.s. unit executed Potomac Fever

,OJ T1 t'So.I" I about 1.000 Jews-The"
killing lasted a few hours.

A substantial number of These mass murder took By FLETCIIER KNEBEL
LEDGER
those executed by the Nazis place in 1941.Keilhorn .
were crippled and mentally said the S.S. hadto New Hampshire primary bulletin: with only two precincts still out Huntley -
retarded babies and children. lie to some of the Jew concedes to Brinkley.

ecasN. ,..T) cowm 111.PuM.thOT Adults, old. sick and crippled "that they were being taken *
I Imperial Polk County.World's JOHN Nnlt NIOmtON. HIM, VMrVwiMntl I4>. were killed along with Jews, away to work." He said some The Supreme Court says it isn't libel to tell a fib by accident about a pub.
tori Mlterl CLIVI, ....NAMM POWIlt.J ry Adw.uan.MMMIMI Poles and other peoples, by took their children by the lie official On the other hand, if you tell the truth on purpose, you're liable to
Citrus Center ,. hand because did not .
Dirwtori. CHll MUNYL.Audi.tori being gassed or shot. they get clobbered.
..... -''CMU..-D. KlAKklT. OlravlW It la wen for today's genera- want to go alone. He related
ration to have this look into that about 1.000 were assembled *
hell, because there Is, a* we first at the railway station The Senate opens debate on civil rights. It's nice to get into this area
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partmonts-686-1151 see every day a vast and under promise of trans after the long Bobby Baker hearings on uncivil wrongs.
frightening amount of hate fer. They were marched outside *
prejudice and cruelty loosein of town to be killed."I .
RATES
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$li Months .... ..... $10.40 I Wook .. .. .. .... .. .40 to its dangers I Is the slick escapes," he told the court. the V for ventral ventilation.

n... MM*. ..... .. $ 5.20 S-ncUr Only Y.., .. $7.10 rationalization of It. This takes "Some of the victims knew of .
the form of saying there real what was coming. Some LBJ proposes a 14-member commission to study how automation
ly Isn't vicious hate, racial them tried to flee. Shot were cause
unemployment. Well, one thing's sore. Automation will
fubttthtd eftonwons swept Saturday end M Su..., wofnlnf by ..... ... "Nompopor Corp. and religious. fired." commissions out of work. never put federal

........., .....". 13102 The lid having been lifted He reported the children
off hell, we can look at It and were forced to watch their *
hear some of those speak who fathers being stripped to their A public official's public acts are wide open to criticism says the Supreme

;. .. worked In It. Ex.Sergeant underwear. Some of the faI Court. Whereas his private acts are closed to everything but gossip. sC .

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WASHINGTON REPORT 145l II


Goldwater To Stop

By SAM DAWSONAP confidence. But they also can Employment totals have ben

Margaret Chase Smith Business News Analyst double as a cause, because rising, too. This I II small comfort I
most people, even those whdon't
NEW YORK (AP-About the to the more than four million -
own any shares, feel better -
worst thing that could befall when the market Is goingup. officially estimated a* un-
By FULTON LEWIS JR. money who baa walked into the American economy on Fr.. They reason that thaw in employed. But those who do
WASHINGTON-Sen. Barry a sharp money game." I day the Thirteenth would be I the know must be sure of better have jobs feel confident of ability .
Goldwater will nail shut the PERCY HAS won backing less of public confidence. But days ahead. to meet next month' payment
political coffin of Margaret from some conservatives, notably on this Friday the Thirteenth Closer at home are personal on their various forms ol
Chase Smith on April 14. Gen. confidence Is at an unusually debt
Robert Wood, long Incomes. The total keeps on rilIng -
Illinois Republicans will time GOP leader and former high point. from many causes targe The cold war bothers people
elect delegates, l' president of Sears, Roebuck. Confidence Is so high today wage scales, overtime work, Increased less right now. There are many
that it leads
some to shake their
that day to A number of Goldwater supporters locks in dividends, higher returns trouble spots, and still more tnt
their party's Including the youthfulBill gray remember that confidence wariness. often They from savings. And now potential ones, but compared to
Rentschler, have also disposable personal Incomesare some past years the picture today
national con-' come out for Percy, hits a peak Just when the econ going up due to the cut In Is less frightening.
vention. All 58 ..a. 1 Most of the conservative omy Is ready to turn down from federal income tax rates AnnouncingThe
What could all this?
upset
are expected support however, has gone to causes the public hasn't note,
to go for Gold- Scott the 37-year-old attorney Why are businessmen is well I At home, the big uncertainties -
water at San who came out of nowhere in the general public so free right Canadian Budget Just now center on the effects First
Francisco. 1962 to capture the GOP nomination now In expressing confidence? of the tax cut. Confidence
Only Mrs. for State Treasurer And what could undermine this Show DeficitOf i. a i fine thing. A boom-and- Annual
Smith has sufficient and go on to November victory state of euphoria? To bust psychology Isn't. And this
nerve tochallenge A political rarity, he Some Causes Obvious will be watched closely. If con-
LEWIS has lived up to his campaign $685 MillionOTTAWA sumers went on a spree, spent /1
Goldwater in the land of Lin promises, cutting his own bud Take the obvious causes or too much, went too far into' PROGRES5EDITION
coln. New York's Nelson get 11 per cent and Increasing contentment first. (AP) Canada'iLiberal debt the result could be dis
Rockefeller took his Th. stock market averages astrous. So would any overex-
own by 58 per cent the earn- government expects to
soundings last year, then sentpollsters ings on state funds. have been setting a steady procession finish the fiscal year March 31 passion by Industry
scurrying throughoutthe Scott entered the race late of new peaks. True, rising with a $681 million deficit, third For all the unlikeliness right
state. Their advice: stay (Jan. 25) and there I* little stock prices are a result of!highest In the nation's peacetime now, Inflation could then become -
out. doubt that Percy then had a history a problem again. And so
Illinois is Goldwater country commanding lead. But Scott Lakelanders In But Finance Minister WalterL. could the loss of the dollar's
and no one knows it better has waged an energetic cam Gordon said In a white paper prestige abroad. A cut In the To Be Published By The
than agile Chuck Percy, the paign and his backers claim presented to the House of Com purchasing power of the dollar
bright young; businessman that he has edged into the Speech ContestIn mons Thursday that Canada's would more than eat up any I I LAKELAND LEDGER
turned politician who seeks the lead. Political experts coy three-year economic upswing benefits from a tax cut.
GOP nomination for governor. only that the race I II very ClearwaterThree Improved chances for a lower Money Control First Battle
Percy has long been associated close and will not at this time deficit In the next fiscal year. Saturday, March 28thITS
with the party's Eastern hazard a guess on the final He noted that the Gross Na- The first battleground, If such
faction. He did not object outcome Lakeland residents have tional Product rose 6 per cent a boom showed signs of breakIng TIME WE TOLD \
when The New York Times Percy will have in his corner been chosen to compete in a last year. forth, would be In the fieldof
the liberal Chicago dailies speech contest at the Spring Convention monetary control. Those who
called him '
a spokesman for --'
of the Dale Carnegie want al- the belt THE WORLD ABOUT
the party's liberal wing and a (The Sun-Times and Daily easy money
political supporter of Gov. News) owned by Marshall Alumni Association, Chapter 30,Cribbage Play way to feed a growing economy
Rockefeller Field. Scott will have back In Clearwater on March 21. would fight it out with those :
should the New
Yorker seek the presidency." ing from the more conservative Representing the Lakeland Awards GivenThe who want dear money as the g: POLK COUNTY'S i I' 'i
HIS MOISTENED Tribune and American. Chapter will be: Ivan Allard Champion's Award for best safeguard against an overheated 'I
finger Percy was not helped re- 10 i minute prepared speech boom leading to a bust.
raised In the women' of the InterCity
the league
political wind
cently when Paul Douglas, champion; Joe T. Macaluso There are several reasons
Percy last year cut all ties liberal Democrat, gave him a five-minute prepared speech Cribbage Association why many think this Friday the I DECISION TO
with Woodall'i Mobile
Rocky. He resigned as pat on the political back, say- champion, and Laylon K. Day, was awarded Thirteenth sees no Immediate .
a director of the Rockefellers'Chase Ing: "I must say he I it about three-minute Impromptu speech home Village at the association'sfourth dangers of such a showdown.
Manhattan Bank and the best the GOP annual awards dinner Business al.
has
come champion. expansion plans,
moved noticeably to the right. up with in Illinois for years." Winners of the convention yesterday. Association president though being beefed up as confidence GO AHEAD !!
He has refused to come out A leading Scott backer, Attorney competition will compete In the Warren Pape presented the grows, are still In line
flatly for Goldwater, but says Sam Witwer, notes April State Convention. The wards.WoodaU's. I with the current realities. Most
, the Arizona Senator is the Ironically that the first candidate Spring Convention of the DCAA Mobilehome Village'business executive have shown I 1 W Send Copies of The
S choice of most Illinois Team No. 1 received the third
Reput Douglas ever endorsed caution throughout the three
District 30 is to be held at Candlelight 'r'
licans and he promises to was Norman Thomas, in 1932. ; Inn on Clearwater place award and Team No. 2 the years of the business upswing. I ;.. .: DECADE FOR DECISION
back enthusiastically the winner Beach. fourth place award of the Men'sLeaaue. Inventories are In trim shape I Ion ,'.'.%__ Progress Edition
" of the April 14 Primary.Percy' __ the whole. Overextended :
only rival for the QUEEN MOTHER ARRIVES Stephen Drahos received the stocks have often triggered, and : To Your Friends.
GOP nomination State Treai KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP- SOLUl10NrBISMARCK high team scorer award for the certainly made worse, business }; lets "Brog-A-Llrtle" About Polk.
wet Bill Scott ii not to reticent Queen Mother Elizabeth of' N.D. (AP) Woodall'i Mobilehome! Village downturns in the past.
He has said from the Quote of the day: Gov. William No. 1 team of the Men's League -
Britain arrived In
by plan 1.
beginning of his campaign that Guy of North Dakota, proposing Myrle Stephen. received a like CtmpliNINSURANCE EACH
Goldwater if his man, with no Kingston, Jamaica, from Lon- in Jest a "fat boys" farm plan award for the No. 2 team. I
Hi, ands or buts. don Thursday night. The queen to end agricultural surpluses: Esther Johnson received the Slavic COPY
Percy has been In the race mother, who had an emergency "I would double the Income tax hIgh team scorer award for the ', : ENCLOSEDIN
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for more than a year, roundIng appendectomy Feb. 3, leaves of any male who couldn't messure Village No. 1 team of the Wom lonler Upihow, This To
up votes, setting his conservative today: on the.royal yacht for a 5J Inches around the en's League and Terse Nace theNo. Inc ZKSSS:: or firing Coupon 1 IN A
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he backed a State Fair Em.
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sion. Now he opposes a "falr Corner of Missouri fir Llm.
housing" ordinance. Lakeland, Florida C
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he AND boasted SEVERAL the political years friendship ago. ca4&e Enclose 25c each for ling I.

of Henry Cabot Lodge and H copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.

Sherman Adams. Now III 4am. ,. M4 x EACH. OR
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and has not been convincing '
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distant cousin of the) old l'l'ADDUSS

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CITY STATI .
History . . . .

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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Today Is Friday March 13. NAMI YOURS
1964. There are 293 days left in

the year. THIS OWNER LOVES IT ADDUSS NOW!
Today's highlight In history::
On this date in 1791 Thomas 4e.
Paine' boot'Th. CITY STATI 0t
Right of . . . .
Man, was published. Although ryrq
written by Paine as a reply to ,,
criticism of the French Revolution
M MI
the book I II nevertheless a
part of American lore and an
Inspiration to free men everywhere ADDUSSBE
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On this date CITY STATS
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In 1775, the first blood of the x
American Revolution was shed
ai Westminster, Vt.
In 18S4. the United States
adopted the system of standard
time.
In 193S, Nazi Germany annexed -
Austria. THIS OWNER LOVES ITt s
In 19<48, Russian Premier Josef
Stalin referred to Winston t
Churchill ss "a firebrand of

war" following a speech at Fulton The three pictures above Illustrate one reason for their Next consider value. The equipment on a Cadillac SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED .
Mo. In which Churchill had
enthusiasm. The top ear I II a 1963 model the center of older vintage k still extra coat on mott new care .
proposed closer ties between IN THIS GIANT COLORFUL IN.
Britain and the United States. ear is a 1962 Cadillae and the lower ear I 1. four and Includes such features u Hydra-MttIc power steer ,

year old. The styling through the yean ha evolved !lag, power brake, power windows on most model FORMATIVE EDITION THAT WILL TELL

Ten years ago By a 17-1 and refined, but each I II unmistakably a Cadillac. plus many Cadillac engineering advancement that still
POLK
THE BRILLIANT STORY OF COUNTY
vote, the 10th Inter-American These owners share a eommon knowledge. Not even have not found their way Into other MW 1984 ear.
Conference, meeting In Caracas most new motor ears offer the degree of pleasure and And don't overlook Cadillac' reputation for operatIng Sail IN WORDS,

Venezuela adopted an antiCommunist reliability that come with a previously owned CadJU*.. economy-comparable to many smaller cars.
resolution designed first, there b Cadillac's renowned craftsmanship, So when yon make your next motor car Investment, 11 PICTURES and ADVERTISING!

to warn Russia to keep out of which result in a ear of unusual endurance. new or used, consider only ODe name-Cadillac.

Western Five years Hemisphere ago-France affairs.told SEC TOUt AUTHOR= CAOUAC MAUR NOW-WHU MS SfiKDON 8 WIDE AND woe oans. ri NOTE: To hors your firm representedin

her NATO Allies that she would this issue call ,
retain control of her Mediterranean
fleet even in wartime Bob Powell at 686.1151
One year ago The United M. P. TOMLINSON CO. l
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$2 Million In Polk School




I Flooding Damage Bonds UP For Validation Today



Hits $50 Million BARTOW Polk County. Florida counties, Polk County Palm Beach, $650,000; Duval.

School Board Superintendent will spend Its $2 million share $900,000, Broward. $800,000;

Shelley S. Boone laid today for construction of five and Hillsborough, $400,000.
LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP-The Other states affected were
I validation of $0 million I schools
upon
crest of the flood iwollen Ohio Ohio, Pennsylvania and West five schools Include
worth of school bonds for 1 10 The Rocket Failure
River moved westward
today. Virginia three elementary and two
It left In Its wake several stati One of the two
Army Engineers gave preliminary junior highs. Spoils Space I
with damage already estimated Florida Farm junior highs will be located

at $50 million, and nine deaths estimates of $40.5 million near Crystal Lake, In southeast Probe Effort

The Red Cross estimated 110. damage along the Ohio from RaiseConsidered Lakeland, the other will

000 persons were affected Many Cincinnati to Paducah high. Wage be built In Lake Wales CAPE KENNEDY (AP)
thousands of them driven from
way distance of about 350 miles Boone said elementary -Rocket failure ruined an effort
their homes The flood picturewas
schools have been approvedfor
today to boost a scientific
'-and more than $9 million from
I
one of wading evacuations Kathleen, the Jewett area
miles Into
four other Kentucky rivers probe 23,000 space to
and tired flood and
workers
dog-
in Winter Haven, and for an
few. Of the deaths blamed on high facts were presented and a study the earth's magneticfield
refugees. Injuries were southeast W Lakeland.
area
water seven were In Ohio and: fair and impartial determine ,

Wall Should Stand I ne each In Kentucky and Indi- tion made," his spokesman Plans Begun A four-stage Blue Scout rocket

Flood crests were due today I ma said These appropriations, said blasted off right on schedule at

at Cincinnati and Louisville. Upstream the big cleanup The labor department cannot Boone, were stated in the resolution 8:4: a.m. with the gold plated

where a final steel gate In. the'Nark started-from pumping ii. .1 set minimum wages for domestic for the bonds and "the payload In Its nose. But 30

floodwall clanked Into place I>Basements to repairing whole : farm workers It can how architects are already workIng minutes later the Air Force re-

Thursday afternoon. The wall (owntown sections ever set minimum to be paid on prilimmary plans for ported the fourth stage of the

foreign workers who come to booster failed to .
was prepared to stand a 48-foe Other Streams Cause Woe the five schools. ignite.A

crest, or 16 feet higher than the u ; I The school bonds will be on statement said the payload
;
Swollen tributaries of the Ohio rii. separated from the fourth
.oredicted crest. }1it sale shortly after their validation stage
There appeared hope the and even little creeks contributed : ,rg #1Jtij, j Boone said. "and some useable data was
to the and J "
misery
damage. 00
worst was over. Downstreamto One Of Opening Events The validation petition was received
the west-water began edg- A typical scene was that at a the U.S. temporarily for farm filed yesterday In Tallahassee Preliminary estimates IndIcated -

Ing toward riverfront buildingsat normal Louisville trickle golf of course water where jumped a One ,f the tint milan scents .' ,.....dor', Week t> Florid. S.vrtim Coll.,> Is a di...... far work Growers must try to recruit by attorneys for the 10 counties the 33 pound package
Owensboro, Ky., but only a domestic workers at not before Judge W May reached an altitude of several
Ita banks and ripped out a sturdy ..b..H, held .t the c.II.|. Lit night. Shown hare it she dl.."., an., font th. hOe, C.rol Cm
few families were expected to less than this) minimum before Walker hundred miles before plunging
metal fence. ."d John Hayes .1 Sonford; luted Ch.bovdr. .f H..dM*, Oh!.; SUM Eddy *f No.Ui. ; John Doul.lf
be routed A floodwall protects they are allowed to bring In The counties and their back to a fiery re-entry destruc.
Ohio' More than 3.000 homes am 0..1.. ..., III.) and *.**, erdiw.rtn .f St.vnt.ii V.. tion above the
Paducah, near where the foreign workers. bonds Atlantic.

Joins the Mississippi River. buildings were damaged at Florida, most of the for- Madison, $150.000; Colum. The data received was only a

Across from Louisville, In Indiana -Wheeling West Va, as the river N. C. Girl Attacks U.S. Plans eign workers come from the bia, 1100,000; Polk. $2 million bare fraction of that sought on

damage already was estimated -, leveled off at 47 feet 10 fee Negro British West Indies to harvest ; Lee, $145,000; Escambia, the probe's Intended 10 hour

at $1 million at Jeffer- above flood stage. An estimated citrus and vegetable crops and $800,000; St. Lucie, 1123,000; trip into space.

sonville and Aurora. At least 1,000 to 18,000 persons were displaced 'Honor Walk'Student Troop Lift sugar cane. Wirtz's suspensionof
In the Winter Haven
4,000 were made homeless In region. the 95 cent minimum meant

Indiana Western Pennsylvania struggled a return to prevailing
To IranWASHINGTON wage
with mud and debris after
30 Counties Affected waters receded. The river crested White GirlWINTER rates. These vary In the cane field, because of a departmentof
There was no official estimate at 316 feet at Pittsburgh, Joyce Lehman of Charlotte, (AP-A brigade agriculture ruling. Under
where flood is 23 feet. of U.S.
of Kentucky evacuees but stage Army paratroopersis
N.C., formerly of Jacksonville the sugar act the minimum Is
residents of 30 counties were affected Hundreds remained in shelter HAVEN Police expected to fly to Iran next 115. L. HOLMES ters, Linda Gall and Frankle

Southwest of Louisville, areas in Ohio. The crest figure today was named this year's and other law enforcement month In a new long-range demonstration Piece-work rates In citrus Ambrose L Holmes 78, o70S Jean; two brothers, Paul Lavon

officials said about 95 per cent at Cincinnati was figured to be "Honor Walk" student at FlorIda agencies here are searching fora of American ability N. Vermont Ave., died yes-. and Elton Cleo McCall, all of
generally yield moreban
68.5 feet H'/4'\ feet above flood who attacked reinforce groves terday at a Lakeland nursing Eloise: ; his paternal
of one huge subdivision fled by SouthernCollege.. Negro man an to an ally living In 95 cents an hour. The : grandfather -

Thursday night. stage. At the college's Founders' 18 -year old white girl here the Soviet Union's shadow main effect of the labor department home He was a native 01 J, R. McCall of Samson
Wednesday night. I Informed sources said today Stewart, Tenn., and had lived I Ala.; and his paternal great
Week convocation this mornIng The girl reported to Winter Air Force transports will carry minimum. would be in Lakeland since 1925. He wa I grandfather. G. F. McCall of

she was presented the Hon. Haven detectives that she was the soldiers roughly 6,000 milesto felt In vegetable growing, a school teacher, having taughtfor : Winter Haven.
Turkish Government where the hourly rate as
or Walk plaque by Dr. JohnB. attacked while she was walking a link with Iranian troops low as 60 cents. goes several years at Lakeland Funeral services will be heldat

I Cross, dean of academic af- from Lake Spring, along Eighth They will maneuver togetherfor Senior High School and a the OttLaughlln Chapel 10
Street, Northwest, about 300 to few member of the Grace Lutheran .
fairs. The award is Florida a days a m. Monday with the Rev. L.
Issues Ultimatumthe 700 feet from Havendale Boulevard Iran is one of this country'smore Church. C. Horn pastor of the Faith
Southern's top scholastic hon- at the H Street (ntersec- vulnerable allies, and SarasotaWoman lie is survived by his widow, Tabernacle officiating.

or lon. ,Mrs. Esther Holmes; two brothers .
there were indications the drills Burial will be in Oaklawa ,
International force could be offered by West Germany, A senior majoring In sociology Detectives reported that the Intended as much for diplo- IsHonored Robert Holmes of Arlington -Cemetery Winter Haven.
Switzerland and Norway girl told them she was on her for Va., and Leland Holmes of
established "in the very near Greece, she was selected for the matic as military reasons.
future. The council unanl honor by a faculty committee. way from her home to visit a Strike Force Going TooIt Detroit; and a sister, Mrs. R. MRS. CARRIE MAIREST.

authorized the force minister's home when she noticed was understood the brigadewill W. Davis of Cairo Ga. PETERSBURG-A form
mously Thant was still looking for a She has maintained a "B" Funeral
services
last week. U.N. mediator to seek a political plus average during her four someone walking behind be drawn from the 101st tomorrow afternoon will be held er Winter Haven woman Mrs.

The United States announced solution to the communal strife years' at Southern and is an her. I Airborne Division based at Ft. A sarasota the Chapel of the at 2 o'clockat Carrie Maire, 91. of St. Peters./

it would donate up to $2 million between Greek and Turkish all-around leader In campus Directions Asked Campbell Ky., and will carry woman, Mrs. Kent S. McKinley Church with Grace Lutheran burg, died yesterday morningat
in addition to providing trans- I II along its heavy equipment. burial to Mound Park Hospital after
Cypriots. activities. She said I she didn't know why today became the charter be in Mt. Horeb, Wise. Friends a
Going to Iran as part of the member of Florida South- long illness
1 Turkey vetoed his first choice, call
Walk Te Bear Name he man was there or why he may at GentryMorrisonFuneral

: J t :;i tt;.f1, Jose his deputy Rolz-Bennett chief of of Guatemala cabinet. A Later this year her name was following her pace.her Before so she she quickened knewit same posits exercise strike force will of be Air a Force com- lar rn Round College's Table.new MillionDol- until 7 o'clock.Home tonight from Ii England Mrs. Moire, and came was a to native the Unit of

U.N. spokesman said Turkey will be engraved on the cam- I Jet fighters reconnaissance She has named Florida ed States at an early age to
she the
said
man, a Negro,
portatlon and services for$1 mil the asked for a man of wider International pus Honor Walk, a roll of hon was walking next to her. I planes and other craft, sources Southern. the chief beneficiaryof RITES FOR MR. BLAIR become a United States citizen
Britain
troops. promised reputation and more or bearing the names of each The Negro man asked her the said. t $1,000,000 life insurance Funeral services for H. H. She spent most of her life in
lion. 'ear's student I This will be the third big air. policy, it was announced by Toledo, Ohio and moved
outstanding Buck here
with the (
Blair
said familiarity area. way to Lake Alfred, and she ) of Dade City, who
Diplomatic sources since the lift of U.S. troops overseas Dr. Charles T. Thrift, Jr.. 14 which
college was foundedIn died years ago during time
smaller contributions have been In Nicosia, capital of Cyprus, told him that It was about threeor of the Tuesday, were held yeater-
1885. since last fall. president college. she spent about 1J4 in
day at the years
four miles from where Gentry-Morrison
Greek and Turkish Cypriots dugin they
"We welcome Mrs. McKIn-
Miss Lehman An airborne brigade has about Funeral Winter Haven.
was graduated Horn.
along the city's truce line, were. i the first of Chapel. The
Fifty County and the British peace-keeping from Englewood High School, Then, she ..aldman gnb- 3,500 men.Rhodesia. this Icy as new fund being patroness projected Rev. George W. Wilson pastor: She was a member of St.

force fortified Its own positionsto Jacksonville in ]960. A year bed her arm and pulled her to- : to endow the college's financial of 1 the Gibsonla Baptist Church,'Mary's Catholic Church here.

prevent a showdown. ago her parents moved to ward the side of the road She future," Dr. Thrift told a officiated Burial was In Oak She is survived by one daughter -

CandidatesHave Charlotte.She screamed and jerked away, but Pledges Founders' Week convocation. Hill Burial Park.Pallbearers Mrs. Irene Garlach of St.

Is the Immediate past there was no help In sight "Such gifts of life insurance were Eugene Petersburg: nine grandchildren

QualifiedBARTOW president of the campus Pan- She told police that she ran Harbor make It possible for a small Henderson, C. W. Manta De Oca of which seven are Polk County .
Not To
2 Held In hellenic Council; a member of a short distance before the private college to plan Its Waldo Fielding, J. E. Allsopp, residents' ; 32 great-grandchildren -

-The number of 'Csp and Gown honorary Negro man caught up with her future now," he added "and A. L. Brown and Harvey Hall -, of which 28 live In

candidates to qualify for the scholastic and leadership society again and this time put his hand Congo RebelsLUSAKA that Is the purpose of our .Irs. Arvel 0. Miller was pian Polk County; ;. and two Polk

May 5 primary rose to 50 for coeds; the Greek HaU over her mouth. "You're going Round Table, to be composed 1st. County great great grandchil

yesterday. RailwayBomb of Fame; Alpha Gamma Delta with me," he allegedly told the Northern Rhodesia of Distinguished Patrons." dren.

Among those qualifying yes social sorority; Pi Gamma girl (AP)-Prime Minister Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. McKinley, both RITES FOR MR. VERNOOY Services will be held at I
Austin T. Race Mu, national social science Funeral services for o'clock tomorrow
terday were society honorary alumni of Florida Harry morning at
Police CalledA Kaunda served notice today
Jr., Winter Haven, incumbent Plot ; Psi Chi, national psychology that Northern Rhodesia will not Southern, were presented at a Vernooy of 310 W. Belmar St.. St. Joseph's Catholic Church
school board member In District society; the Method- motorist drove by at thIs of Its convocation of trustees, faculty who died Tuesday were held Winter Haven at which time the
as
Four; Seth McKeel, Lake- st Student Movement; and is tIme she said and stopped tin permit use for rebels territory seeking to a students and guests assembled yesterday at the Dukes-Steen Rev. Matthiew J. Connelly, pasor -

land, candidate for the school listed In Who's Who in American car. The Negro ran Into the refuge to celebrate the col- Funeral Home with the Rev. will celebrate a requiem

board In District One; former live on the railway bridge In an Collegea and Universities. groves, she said.FrIghtened oust the Congo's central gov ege's 79th birthday.The Dr. Evert Cremer pastor of mass.

sheriff H. P. (Pat) Gordon, attempt to damage a train Runners-up for the Honor ,d' ran behind a ernment.Kaunda the pledge In a McKinleys, widely known Westminster Presbyterian Burial will follow at Oaklawn

Lakeland again a candidatefor The FBI said Vedder, an FEC Walk were Ann Alexander, estaurant to the minister'shome gave Issued at the as former newspaper publish Church, and the Rev. David J. Cemetery in Winter Haven

sheriff; and Clarence H. switchman for five years was Coral Gables, Joan Golliday, where she called police I close Joint communique of three-day visit by ers, are also the principal donors Spratt officiating Burial will Rosary services will be said at
Duncan. Eloise. candidate for she said The man who ,had a of the college's new Marjorie be In Scranton, Pa
divorced and the father of five ykesville, Md.; Carol Caudle, Premier 7 o'clock tonight at the Chapelof
constable In District Four. oonville, NC., and Joe McCormick stopped his car also called police -Congolese Cyrille M. McKinley M u.1 IC Music Was provided by Mrs. the Crisp Funeral Home In
Noon Tuesday is the deadlinefor from the restaurant. Adoula. Building. Dr. Thrift announced Mark Kingsley. An earlier story Winter
Georgetown, Ind. Haven. Friends
candidates to qualify for lrq,*] (JI1.Qu I I Police reported the girl need- The communique said border The building, named for Mrs. on Mr. Vernooy's death failedto ,call tonight from 5 o'clock may und -

the 28 county offices at stakeIn -- ed no hospital treatment and control would be strengthened McKinley, was formally mention that he was a mem-' 9 o'clock at the funeral
the upcoming elections. was not harmed from by the two countries. opened today. ber of the American '
except Legion.
hildren.. He is a native of Duluth lome.
Minn. New Hampshire I being scared.DetectIves The McKinleys were the I -
reported this morning founders and publishers of the MRS. HOWARD C. STANLEY i
Agents said Davis, an FEC HAROLD E. OGDEN
Haven AttorneyIs employe for seven years, was Sweepstakes Set I that the Investigation is continuing U. S. Panama former Sarasota News, which PENSACOLA Mrs. Howard WINTER HAVEN-Harold E.
sold in 1962. For C.
they
married and has four children. on the case but that none many Stanley 65, a former Lake Ogden 63, of 102 Ave. F. NW
Assistant has been arrested In connection years Mrs. McKinley also was, land resident, died Wednesday
He Is native of St. Lucie County died suddenly
a Reach yesterday morn-
Fla. SALEM, N.H. (APThey'reoff with the attack. AgreementOn one of the family owners of at the U.S. Naval Hospital at at home.
log
and running In"the New the Buffalo N Y., Evening Pensacola, following a brief 111-
Polk SolicitorBARTOWJ FEC officials have listed more Hampshire Sweepstakes, the na- Talks News, as well as television and nesa. He was a native of Minier

than 200 Incidents of sabotage tion'. only state-sponsored lot.tery Opening radio stations in that city. Mrs Stanley, widow of the, 111., and came here from there

Mason Wines, and violence against the line in the 20th century. House Votes She sold her holdings last ate Howard C. in 1923. He was in the real estate

Winter Haven attorney, has since the strike started Jan 23, Tickets went on sale at Rock- WASHINGTON (AP) The year. born In Lakeland Stanley In 1898.was In I business with his father the

been appointed assistant county 963. gham Park race track Thurs- Down United States and Panama reportedly 942 she moved with her late O. E. Ogden from 1928 to
family
solicitor. The nonoperating unions day night and some 3,600, Including Pay have reached agree- to Pensacola. 1935. In 1935 he founded the
The appointment of Wines walked off the job after a deadlock -' Ogden Insurance
Agency. At the
Gov. John W King, paid ment formula for opening 5 Klansmen In Lakeland she was a charter
on a
to replace Quillian Yancey, over negotiations for a time of his death
$3 for a chance to win 100000. Raise Bill member of the Beach Haven he still owned
candidate for state senator, 028 cent an hour raise granted -I The Inaugural race in the negotiations on their differencesover Baptist Church and a former and managed that business.
was announced by County solicitor other railroads In nationwide the Panama Canal. Arrested
Gordon MacCalla. sweeps will be run Sept. 12 at tent groups of government workers In member of both the Bethel Baptist Ogden was aa active member
bargaining. locklngham. were approved on lopsided i The formula also will providefor Church and the Webster of the Beymer Memorial Melh-

nonrecorded votes. renewed diplomatic relations JacksonvilleJACKSONVILLE Avenue Baptist Church. Mrs. odist Church serving as. chairman

.- between the two countries Stanley (Annie Robertson) was of the Board of Stewards,
Roll Call Kills It also a member of the Jasper J. a trustee, and' on' the' finance
it learned Thursday night AP
was ( ) -Five
When the critical vote on, Robertson family, pioneer real- committee and ushers committee. -
officials of the Ku
Klux Klan
said the
Informed diplomats He
was also a 32nd
over-all passage was Imminent faced federal dents of Polk County. Degree
a long-time economy champion only problem delaying an announcement charges today that Survivors include one sister Mason, member of the Winter
they intimidated and threateneda
,, a Rep. H.R. Gross, R.Iowa, demanded -: was a minor difference An. Ruth R. McCullen Lakeland Haven Lodge .181, the Egypt
-year-old Negro boy by plotting -
a roll call. This would I over the wording In ; one son, Howard Floyd Temple shrine and the 'York
the Feb. 16 bombing of his '
Rite Masons.
'ensacola
five
; daughters, Mrs.
-sRt __ statements to be made by President -home. .I Survivors
lorelei Brown of Lakeland, Mrs. include his widow
_
I lront PatiO". Johnson and Panama FBI agents arrested four oithe tarceline Hammond of Roto, Mrs. Ruth S. Ogden. Winter Ha.

President Roberto Chlarl. five leaders In the white supremacy -Spain, Mrs. Patricia Ann Ben.scOt -1 ven; one daughter, Mrs. Eugenia
movement In Jackson-
House member togo of Miami Mrs. Tommielse Parker Winter Haven
'k'I' ore* every ;
ville Thursday night The fifth
on record on a pay boost for Watson of Pensacola, and one sister, Mri. R. N.
himself and would tell the voter: CITRUS SHIPMENTS,was arrested at Smyrna Tens and Mrs. Barbara Ivy of Pen Glendening, Delaware, Ohio

; how his congressman voted. Held under $10,000 bonds each cola; and 12 grandchildren Services will be held at 11
WINTKH saves (AP>- PM CltnUInipttUM were Barton H. Griffin. 33
: o'clock
rr Gross move turned the tide. BWMU 10 au. MPOTI Funeral arrangements will be' tomorrow morning at the
Although a little while earlier aoa_ .ofrt 0.... Jacky Don Harden 23, Willie announced by Fisher.Pou Funeral -Crisp: Funeral Chapel with the
,Eugene Wilson 39 and Donald
Rail IB US 1 BJO 'I Rev Leo F.
the House had voted 123-37: to' Home Pensacola. King pastor of
1 .:"V.'U"::. 3H1J 14.557
Truck Eugene Sprgal, 31, al of Jacksonville Beymer( Memorial
keep: congressional pay Increases ,.01.1.. .. .. .. IS n* t .iil and Robert Pittman Church Methodist
In the bill now 136 Republicans -c. '* '' CHARLES McCALL officiating
Joined with 86 Democrats, T I4J mPM.. : F.rf :mi IcucH"OMi UUl 'Gentry Teen. .28, of Murfreesboro, ELOISE Charles Edward Burial will follow lit Oaklawn

to defeat the measure 222-184 cCall, 4-year-old son of Mr.and Cemetery Friends may call tonight -
; The 149 Democrats and 33 CATTLE AUCTIONS Maximum penalty under federal Mrs. Louie Frank McCall from J o'clock' until I

Republicans who voted for passage law Is a $ .OOO fine or 10 of 112 Kroton Rd.. Eloise, died o'clock at the Crisp Funeral

'JACKAONVIU.I APt> *f..dy te years in prison or both. 5:45 at the Chapel.
now are on record in favor at : p.m. Thursday
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prle lr ndi MJ m.sos I
of a pay Increase that they ln .( rattlt turtwn m4rk t : Rosecrans Did BombingThe Lakeland General HospitalThe

did not get.POULTRY. k 01 utaMtt nc lpu. FMder eI I FBI said the five conspired child was born in Winter
:r. ftoaul Uit 'iOt* w sow iMt Mkid Haven and attended the Sunday
4 P0r u* i" with William Sterling Dukes
fr EGGS ::U >90 '.:; school of the Faith Tabernacle Steen
<' Zth.r.2'
.nd S4M ,.n. osecrans Jr., 30, to dynamitethe
.,.....n... CI_ Jacksonville at Connorsville.
L TaMPA AP\-I. wurkra. ..t.. sosoI. 21 SMtri M !..apod too-toa-1i1:' It Ib4 00-81 15 r:: home of Mrs Besides the mother and fath- Funeral
loss Home
Godfrey and her Donald.
.,......,..., wiaut icC COos Sw ...nd.... 11 oo. o 00 son, he Is survived by two sisTHORNTOM
er, -
doM, Hollon, O'lOd 100._ hit 1COS. The FBI said Rosecrans did
I* 21 as uudud is so-i. oo
ae wo.hO" ..,- Cowl Utility 1490-170.. the bombing. No one was In-
H Uri a 434 .i 4Sbll Bull, III 00-11 M.C.l 310 S.
] vullty Florida
.. : : III t ::: "o Oood 0-50 IM 30 SO-94 Mlardvd Jured. but the house was heavily
5t: :: Tfn
maii": saw 3tl4l: :::: 'iJI4I your.. 14M-JJOO Sod sue-uO lIMo ..1_' OotdII damaged. Rosecrans Is being
Of .....aaossioslItr M tWUlihtr : so-al 00. .tiodi'S 13 oo.a1 00. held in lieu of $23,000 bond. I ,MEMORIAL,HQMEii
I Phone MU
SWIIPSTAKIS IN O'I.ATIO"-TI.k.. II..,." has ap .. ", ..hIOl. .t .ack''.,..... sacs tract *Mm. rlcx* locftlltMiWlwtoul
.. tthrn. .a Ware H.mpiliiM'l $wMs>itkn >n(>.* f It ..d.. .., last *l,ht. The ...tle,,'. .slneat. !, .1 ul ii..C>t rmt.B.rl.ira.l. b.. "hip.. 4"'..-.S iso Ik4. 04XMU upM .041.". se: oriTO 0-ta so Ibm IIM-M Mtdlum gm o attending tackawanna Elementary MM Mu 4*1J>

apiai.rad letle" was e imtthint .i >ry I* T..td..,'. l.cti.*. Tuliiti Hit to. th... dclhis, !)> OS 4-4 V.oth.rl.Ita ..04. MI biiu I, reportedDtllTtry vndtr 4 .. 11001(00ssriirj.wsv.o School, Integrated la.tfaU ambulance tervke

1:1: with possa4s |. ", 5. ,..''"* .dll..tio". (to WiM, ...> U.S bI.bw Brim t. dranous BlMii 1 ao HKilf, ., .dhm IS 00-411Q,, ... by U. S. District Court order.1 It-. 100oi\\''' "' "




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LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, March 'IS, 19647---



I Here Is Fully Report Of College Site Survey Team I



BART4w h. wUiy. iehoo I The following reasons Man offer some advantages In the beflmn ceta of land were both offeredat easements for well heads and'the Irregular shape might be ready accaM to a network of' ed or available without further ']

boa & in. tea meettag Wedne marine the conclusions of Ml' Mage of a new junior no teat far a junior college pipe lines These easements largely corrected by the acquisition highway leading to all parts of substantial expense to any public 1

day asked that all newtpapenIn I committee' college. However, these present lite. should be no special handicap of the adjacent the Average travel distance body or agency Its advantages
county.
orange
Polk County print the en fire I 1. The Winter Haven Site II I disadvantages for long.range The larger parcel. Including a in the use of the site for a college is a* a site are clearly superior 1
report of the junior college aur. for planning and total plant grove property south of Avenue for potential students to those of any of the
ready college con
use as a junior right-of-w$,y for an access, is located campus.
vey team. campus with only minor, structlon. The existing streets in the middle section and The terrain Is generally roll! 0" NE. Acquisition of this perhaps slightly less (though not other sites considered, and It is

The move was made M the I lite 1 development necessary., and utility lines would dictate can be varied to some degree to ing suitable for development as!grove would also provide additional significantly sob than for any recommended that It be approved I

school board let up prced urea I Major expenditures for proved, planning/ by their present location suit the desires of the Board of an attractive campus-and offerIng it*a for future expansion, other site considered Necessary! as a site for the Polk '

to be followed at a meetin g: ing water, sewerage, cleaning, or would require expensive Public Instruction. The site consists no special problems for and this should be considered if utilities and services are Install- Junior College_ I [
I which Dr. James h relocation or replacement The the college 1s established here
Vat
Thursday grading and/or access whlc I of flat which building construction. There is
plneland -
tenbarger head of the surveyteam would be necessary on all other. present buildings, except the to be well drained and appears a considerable area of almost 1 This site is quite suitable for NAME CHANGEDBY tracks. Workmen got part of the

will attend. sites would .be eliminated. air-conditioned education build suitable for building The smaller completely level ground at the the proposed Polk Junior Col, JACK POST word "elevator" painted on the:
Here la the 2. ing would not be suitable for Without excessive ELEVA, Wis. un-Researchert side of the structure when cold
report submitted I The Winter Haven site I. clear east side, comprising a plateau lege. expenseit
,
by the survey team and I In, located more nearly In the gee, junior college use over a long I.nd-bnttom parcel, fronting lake on a to be overlooking Lake Elbert. can be developed Into an attractive finally have discovered how this weather forced them to give up.'

which It recommended the Winter graphic center of the county period and would: have to be desirable appears recreationarea. The entire area which Is currently I and efficient junior college northwestern Wisconsin community The painted letters spelled"ELEVA"
as a
Haven Golf Course than ., removed. Experience has shown very which would meet of M8 persona got its Residents decided
a* the any site viewed, and according However, a public junior m use as a golf course, campus New
site of the Polk Junior College: to available Informationis that it Is very expeiuiva to re- should be located Is sodded. It ll equipped with the highest expectations of the name they liked that better than
as
Report to the Board of Pub- at least as accessible to Ins develop facilities such as exist college the an irrigation system served by!people of Polk County. It Is well In 1899 the community was Chicago So they changed the.
to centerof
lose possible
lie Instruction Ot Polk Countyof present high school student population on this site. the as to be served underground pipts. There are located to serve the populationof known as New Chicago Late in name officially, and the community
population ;
the Polk Junior College Site In the county If not more The Industrial complex proposed and since this property Is remote some trees on the site, mostly I the county being near the the year, a new grain elevator has been known as Eleva
Survey Committee State Department accessible than other ails geographical center and with built beside the railroad ever since.CORDON'S .
for
any this area and the existing from the highly populatedareas around the club house and at the' was -- -- ---
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of Education Feb. 4- considered commercial activities at of the county It ls not sides and corners of the
S, 1964: 3. The Winter Haven Site Is the air base would not be in erty.
approvable at this time as a prop-I
At the request of the Polk the most desirable l hi terms of with the
harmony junior college The entire area la well l
site for the Polk Junior College.
County Board of Public Initruc zoning and surrounding develop- for The ,
long range use. existing ed. Two or three small pondsnow SPRANG OUQUH[ OFDiAMONDSicoiu !
lion, a committee of eight persons ment. While adequate toning buildings serve well ss a temporary WINTER HAVEN kept as hazards for the golf

visited Polk County on is a possibility on several other center for the college. GOLF COURSE SITE course could be readily filled or

February 4-5. 1964 to examine sites such toning Is not established Polk County Is very fortunate This M-acre site lies In the preserved as attractive landscape -

proposed sites for Polk Junior at this time and Involves 10: have these facilities to use northeast section of the City of features.
College In accordance with Section uncertainties.The for this Nemst "fifanwtid GMQ&!
purpose.In
Winter Haven about a mile from Access to the site Is by means J
1304.41, State Board of Education committee evaluation of
consideration of the advantages the downtown business section.It of residential streets from all
Regulations. The committee each Individual site la as follows DIAMOND SOLITAIRE
and disadvantages of Is in a good residential area, directions These residential
.. was composed of: : the Bartow Municipal Airport largely built up with attractive streets connect with the networkof featuring the Lovely

Dr. William Banaghan AUBURNDALE SITE Site and of other alternatives homes, except oh the north side main highways of Polk County -

Florida State University. available at this time this sites which consists of orange groves. .
This 40-acre site, located
Dr. James T Campbell within the city of Auburndale, not recommended as the site The setting generally very attractive The location la zoned In the /.fJIkreumtA 4
State of Educa
Department Florida, fronts State Road 55 for' the new Polk Junior Col- the southeast corner of two highest residential categories \

tion.Dr. ege. the site looking out over Lake in the City of Winter Haven.
Lee G. Henderson which is soon to be widened and The ipiclaeulop ILLUSION 1 1SOLITAIR
Etbert which It borders for 700 City water supply and : _
sewage
State Department of Educa resurfaced with primary road EATON PARK SITE ,or tnhonclnj SCUIP-
feet. The southwest corner borders disposal are already Installed at I Ir07"
funds. This site overlooks Lake TURA loth ovoloblllft! 14 k while
tion.Dr. Ariana and provides approximately The Eaton Park Site Includes Lake Martha for a short the site, and electric power gas,! or yelloW
Raymond E. Schultz 90 acres of land located about and Lake Gem a and services Immediately tt37
1,800 feet of lake fron distance: telephone are ;
I
Florida State
University. three miles southeast of Lake- f/fJI
age small attractive lake la in the available Access
Mr. Kenneth G. St.
Skaggs Although contour maps and and. The property fronts on northeast part of the site. A clubhouse streets are equipped with streetlights II
Petersburg Junior College.Dr. Reynolds Road, and Includes a of frame and $57,
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est borings were not available, partly partly I t
:: I
B. R. Tiiley St Johns I'
100 foot strip of land connecting
It would appear that this property -' masonry construction, is on Police and fire protection are 1
River Junior College.Dr. the west side of the site with S50( s $J MW raua +
Is well drained and composed the eastern part of the site buts provided by the City of Winter .
James L. Wattenbarger of sandy soil which woulprovide Highway tit The land, Including not suitable for permanent Haven. A hospital a short distance a macs......moarnr"II ..
.
State Department of Ed the strip Is offered at no cost ......."... ......" -
a satisfactory building use for junior college purposes away
ucation.
', >ase. as a junior college site by the The site is Irregular In shape, The disadvantages of this site DIAMOND MERCHANTS AMERICA
Dr. Paul I P.
Lake-Sumter Junior Williams College.The An eight-Inch water main Is American Cyanamid Company.The partly owing to the lakes. The are relatively minor consisting SOUIHGAIESfiopping Center

committee available to serve this property.In land Is rolling, with Winter Haven water plant is located chiefly of its irregular shape and G0RD0Ns
acknowledgeswith addition, electricity can be several hills formed from fill adjacent to the northwest the easements for wells and water .**. SOUTH PlMlbA AVINUI

appreciation the excellent provided as needed. A sanitary pumped from an old mining section of the site. Three wells, lines The latter should be Alea ra Fauna dtf0MM.ev"M
materials prepared and arrangements c iiT ,V.UlHOPI'tNIICfNTt"
made for this survey sewer system la not presently! operation. One corner of the comprising part of the water no handicap In the developmentof ennON PlAZA 'HOrI'tNIl melts
available to this site. However, contains a lake formedby of
oroperty plant_are on the_site requiring the site The disadvantages
by the Staff of the Board oft
the present sewer system is the mining activities. The ,
Public Instruction well
as as within three-fourths mile of the site Is grassy and devoid of

by the persons representing property. trees. To prepare It for use will

I each committee site. visit Preparations were excellent.for the This of site Auburndale, as offered is by not th'ity of require ment such considerable as leveling and develop com- / 'WA t MORE FOR YOUR MONEY" 'KEEP YOUR. E .E' ':Q.N: GRANTS

The committee visited the six sufficient size to meet minimum paction. The City of Lakeland'

sites presented by the Board of standards for a public junior hal agreed to bring water and

Public Instruction Materials college with the growth potential sewerage to the site. '

prepared by the donors of the of Polk Junior College. An A careful study of all factors

sites as welt as other available additional forty acres of lam, Involved in the use of this sits KNHarry

material and Information about adjacent to this site, Is available for a junior college campus In
.
each site this material contained for purchase for 190,000. relation to other proposed sites DEPT. MANAGER'SSOUTHGATE
information about 1
population
Access to this property by I reveals several detracting fac-
trends, school enrollment
population
roads from the
present populi ors. It is located In an area Fish
transportation and roads, !
ion centers of Polk County I Is!currently undeveloped, and with
Industry and industrial development -
relatively poor. This site Is,zoning not yet clearly determined APPLIANCE MANAGER
and
governments governmental not approved as a major college or established. The direct
services utilities, and site at this time because of ion and characteristics of fu-

existing schools and colleges accessibility and the necessary turn development are not obviously -
On the basis of the above observations cost of providing a site of adequate established. Several different PRICES SLASHED

and information each size to meet the needs of kinds of Industrial and A. C. 'Warner

committee member independently this institution. commercial establishments are 5 A L E
rated and evaluated each APPLIANCE MANAGER
of the sites.The BARTOW AIRPORT SITE already area operating of the property.The in the proximate GROVE PARKs FOR 9 DAYS 1 ONLY ,

committee limited its deliberations This property contains approx committee recognizes the

to an evaluation .f Imately |28 acres located In the fine cooperation that wouldbe
the six' designated sites. It did of very
north portion the "BartowAir
offered by the Sheriffs Department .It' wy big .r..r..Ity
not give any consideration to Ba? now known as thBartow in providing police I* Imprest th* bs* bybrbtflitf Provides generous storage capacity'
evaluation of of the other
any Municipal Airport. The protection to t h. proposed In a roconI WHIM 9 : ...require little floor space I
potential sites. A descriptionand land is level and well drained campus, but the entire problemof bee'. .f ..Ie....
evaluation of the six sites except for a few swampy acresIn
considered follows later In this protection and security firefighting f + eepeclty Grantt-own brand($qferwJ& r i
the southeast corner. The
service student health "n rdiesee fe
ee r
report. site already has asphalt streets, and welfare service with proximity arensa-ew..reed =: s APARTMENT-SIZE

After a careful review of all drainage ditches, utility lines to hospitals. and doctors I f.rd.'Mesa, et bl..ev gt ,,

available information the committee and other facilities that were and night student protection I in .nl.s thes ever ... 5148 REFRIGERATOR
unanimously recommends of the air base.
part existing providing accessibility to the I
that the site In Winter Haven The sewage treatment plan
campus along well lighted resential -
be approved as the permanent!within the site serves the entire )
thoroughfares is accentu Sale $148
for Polk Junior CGII.. .. .
site area There are also forty-six
,
ted by the location of the site
The present -loPe-nt-ind;;; buildings left from the air base The committee also directs attention t-

the potential for future develop and a five-year old education to the over-all cost of I Charao-lf...1.75 weekly

ment of this site are clearly superior building containing nine Urge planning, developing, and constructing .
to any other site which classrooms and allied facilities. college ,
a j junior .r t
was considered. This site not This building of fireproof construction campus oh this site in comparison 1 swsi s i

only meets the minimum standards air conditioned and with such costs on other
as generally applied but in good repair. sites. 11 C.'Tr ji P.attn'etrue lero-ione
it also if the only site inspected The site is In the north portionof I h.me'r....' with 131 Ib. capacity
The lack of to ef per. YMAr-.itl
which will enable Polk Junior the City of Bartow and Is opportunity I y I
fact economies could brand
College to achieve without excessive provided with city police and general Grants-own cJjlJr aoarA
considerable burden
expense the justifiably l' I r protection. Electricity, impose onthe '
and admin I AUTOMATIC DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR
high expectation held for it by water sewerage system telephone college county 1 1i
the citizens and Industry of the and gas service are Immediately ., titration The hillsides them- I
sites selves or the tops of hills, while ,
county. available. The f- t-
,
aesthetically -- ,
potentially pleasing -
This committee examined all near the center of population, I
dx sites In relation to topography of the county and readily pose problems of practical.
location accessibility suitability ible by good roads accn'l use in building and in the placing I Sale $198'Chorg..It'.2.50
of roads and
size, and economy. mainder of the old air base is: lanes. pedestrian Involved access _
Expenses
While all sites have strengthsand used by several Industrial and
weaknesses In regard to commercial businesses, including In site improvement from completely ,. t weekly

each of these criteria, it Is the an airline. The location la undeveloped land to the I PAY NO
use of college *
sophisticated a
unanimous opinion of the committee Included In an area zoned for
that the Winter Haven Industrial development.The campus may be very high In-
deed. The need for compaction DOWN
Site la much more desirable In site has existing features, nd.MATCHLESS
Grants-own kwa oaa
In construction may In some instances r r r t
terms of these criteria than any such as streets utilities buildings "
other site examined. and city services which Influence and affect the ; WHEN YOU GAS RANGEr
planning and the type of con

struction of the designed.advantages In consideration and disadvantages -- % $198 'CHARGE-IT' WITH 4 TOP BURNERS

of the Eaton Park

Site and of other alternatives AT GRANTS

available at this time, this site Sale $128'Chariolt'.1.75

iI not recommended as the site

ta,4s for the new Polk Junior Colleg. '

.. .w .... ; weekly
r -- ti
,d1ld" ., 1 i 4
LAKE HANCOCK SITE GVntliarper.WymanIZ000UTUtopbeimeTslueelme

with guarantee .
This site of 80 acres also Lighted electric elork-4 boor timer and eon.
known as the Hampton property
I
I _lent appliance outlet
I. located approximately midway i -'' -" "' ".1 Removable broiler door for easy cleaning
Winter Haven and'aton -
between
:' control ( tern I
Park on State Road 540 c Ha convenient lo-temp oven or !

The land Is flat, sandy plneland s't sat 2 s ptrature down to 140 /

which Is well drained. The site I '

it located near the population I
center of the county and is reasonably

accessible. The aite.is 1
Grants-own brandCUSTOM
ai .t radioed
relatively Isolated however and ,
iI not presently served by utilities t GAS RANGE

or any municipal services I

The area is currently undeveloped WITH AUTOMATIC OVEN
ed future toning .la uncerIn. :

N Because of Its remoteness !

from because any of population the relatively center high and !i Sale 1'I58

: pence of providing utilities I Ii

and developing this site it la not Charge-lf... weekly 1

1 approved as a junior college LOW PRICES INCLUDE '
site at this time. stsa TBurner-wUh-a-braln' tbernxwUtkalr/

Delivery e Installation .. controlled eooklna; 1
SOUTH LAKE WALES SITE
/ a Removable oven door for easy cleaning

r1 This site, also known as the e Guarantee on all pam and labor Complete with large set-on piddle

Holland Brothers Site contains plus an additional 4 year guarantee 4 Oven light, glaas own window

Ito) acres and an additional pancal on refrigerator I Fluorescent lighted backguard electric dock
I of land of approximately compressor

HEW NIICI '01 UNCII SAM--A .....* ..*..'*.n. frees eight acres fronting 400 feet on

FWK*. Ift-TMixM. bfiM Merle U* r( sinus e tfc, Mint ester CroOked Lake and extending
'C1lA1OI-II' T GR.A: "T CO. SOUTHGATE
MtvnllMd cttiMM >. U. S. westward 900 feet U.S. ,
lessees to
sine eel SI seder MM HI. Fro' ... oars "
DnMct few ta T.to X Ofcw. !...., .... "hi Meb, ,..... WH way 77 at a point a abort dis-I ;:::::: PAY F F J 1_ GROVE PARK

...,Mil by a T...* CM*, Me Rklwrd iMHrt, "')M. UiM wee' lance south of the South Lake

|l. II,. Ann? M...iiif In *.._ Uf Wfrfk*.*) Wales Yacht Club. These pant "
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I Citrus Mutual To Again Challenge




Virgin Islands Processing SchemeFlorida



Citrus Mutual will and transshipping point to avoid profits will go to a handful of sidy payments and other extra 1 ,- A 1l 1

again leek to challenge the Virgin paying the American tariff. very wealthy men" Rutledge special advantages Including
Robert W. Rutledge. executive declared the
permission to bring end 1
Islands Corporation and Its
vice president of the grower "It should be rememberedthat product frozen cencentrate .
plan to bring Panamanian oranges organization, said, "For the our government Is pavingthe into the United States dutyfree."In r i ,

into the United States by second time, the Board of Directors .- way with gold for the success addition I have learned I! 4 Sflrft''+A7 4 "' el#, I '
using the U S. protected Virgin of the Virgin Islands Corporation of this venture. The Virgin from an unimpeachable source'! IS' 111i r "S
has been requested to Islands ls the additional { t 4rr, Ili i R + tx
Islands as a processing center giving corpor that some 5,000 acre] 4Y kCr + i rar ti r
hear the Florida grower position atlon tax exemptions and sub- of orange grove will have been

planted In Panama by the end
Dr. Gene Robinson "I 1 have been given no assurance of another year and that our I
that I will be heard. However Mrs. Kennedy own government has Invited the

CHIROPRACTOR I I plan to be In the capital brightest Panamanian' agricultural .
for todays board meeting. If students to the United yly

Announce the openingof they will not give me a hearing, Mails Notes States to learn the techniques
I will try to apeak individuallywith of orange production
hit office each board member most Of 'j

ot I of whom are high, politicallyappointed AppreciationWASHINGTON One Friend Found 4 5 M1 y
government officials I 1 "The Importance of this threatto
1907 S. Florida Ave. ,
(AP-About
I
Taxpayers Threatened"It the Florida growers cannotbe
900,000 cards and letters from over-stated," the Mutual executive .
By Appointment Is time all the taxpayers Mrs. John F. Kennedy to thank declared "We seem

Ph. 686-5427 realized that if this scheme those who sent messages of only to have one understandingfriend
(fails financially they will pay sympathy following the assassination In government aside
the cost; if it Is successful, the of her husband will be from our own Florida Congressional .

mailed next Tuesday-St. Patrick delegation Secretary of
'l Day Agriculture Orville Freeman has

LOSING The notes, an aide of Mrs. expressed his sympathy to me 44o t P
Kennedy said have been sent for our point of view. Unfor .r ,r
to principal post offices in preparation tunately, Secretary of the Interior -- '
YOUR for the mass mailing. Stewart Udall seems to
V 4 The letter will go to person; be giving all his influence to BEAUTY AND ILiCTRONIC MAINS MIX Diana Rode, City where she Is a trireme '''II"..,. IIM dee 1,200 "celeo. 1

PANTSon In virtually every nation of the the multi-millionaire head of 21, a nterhemorics melon fro, Pembroke, Is hewn or the dots! lorlne ',..ole." In their employ lellinf the compuflrif mechlne
P. p world. the Virgin Islands Corporation center of Inrernohenel luiinill Machinei Core, In New York whit re ..*. AP Wlrephole)
Daniel K. Ludwig. 1---

your FIRST DESTROYER Florida"This growers seems to in a leave minority the/ 'Calculating Females' Kelly Vows To Keep

BONN, Germany (AP) The position but with the backing 01
first destroyer built In West our Florida Congressional Delegation Boss Electronic Monsters
Germany since World War II and with the support 01
INCOME TAX I goes Into service March 23, the all segments of the citrus In. Government Control
NEW YORK (AP) Beauty The science of programming
Defense Ministry announced dustry, I am hopeful that we brains .
and electronic mix has been described the
very as analyzing
I Thursday. It Is the 3,400 ton may overcome this present dan .
well at a giant computer com of problems and reduc
"
Hamburg, with a crew of 280
ger. ,
Mark lit Him yu h.dMO -- -- ---- pany where 1,200 "calculating, ing; them to sequences which Off Citrus IndustryGubernatorial
tH .ust.n..t Vu 'emales" tell the mathematical the> computer can understand.
$
non 5. ni..in. ..... nl. monsters what. to do For example, suppose a ma.chin.
A prime example Is dark must be geared to perform candidate Scott Ing helped to death by over-
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lukU .t. the lens 5 blonde, blue-eyed Diana Rode a command like "pass the Kelly pledged to keep "stifling zealous politicians who like to

.1\\.. ru. Why net aces wu 23, a mathematics major from salt" government regulations away think that you want a govern
In to l fREE from the citrus and ment hand-out Instead
rau. Swiss al.s Pembroke who Is a systems en Feminine Intuition Industry" of the
rffiM .... end nub* Mir glneer[ for International Business !- asked the Industry to help him right to live.your citrus.business
II ...ta M l.lti.l UP Machines Corp. t's a matter of painstaking "fight against government handouta lives. r
detail: Extend right hand over restrictive quotas, and the Out
Government To
She Could Model Stay
GUUANTU table Poise right hand over battle against synthetic drinks."

w. .....nnrotc we ...k, the' I.ot '... If I.""... governor
errors yea
err my Close hand
TRIP NASSAU shaker. II
qualify as a model has conducted right on your governor, government
he will work
... .,11 "V h. "...It, or '.'....1. to keep present
TO PLUS seminars for brain surgeons shaker-and so on, until the operation tariff protection for citrus products will stay off your neck"

and worked on physics projects Is completed. and "fight for our place inthe Kelly said the citrus Industry

with university professors. Miss Rode a native of Br11'tol Common Market" A citrus does not want curtailed acreage

.'R3C.CXS.aI CO. $250 WARDROBEMYSTERY Most of the women in IBM Conn., said Wednesday that grower and chairman of the price supports and "govern
technical and professional jobs, in her job It Is a matter of Senate Citrus Committee In the mental crutches"
such as systems engineers or knowledge, judgment and "alittle 1963 session of the legislature He said the Industry wants
NitiM lrMt Too ....... 100 OffleM Aeru the U.. "
DOWNTOWN" programmers, are graduates of bit of feminine Intuition. Kelly laid that as governor hewill rigid control against citrus perils -
IDS WEST WALNUT ST. such schools as Vassar, Carle- tee that the Florida Citrus such as the Mediterranean
ton College,. Barnard, Stanford 'fruit fly and the Mexican fruit
W......" 9 A.M. te 9 PMSor. end Sun 9S. Ph 6I4-195I SHOPPER and Southern Methodist Univer. Hootenanny Set Commission the battle of"is synthetics geared to which fight I fly. He said the Industry should

__ P5CC CaSNiNS-NO AppotunneoT NIC55IAAr airy have more and better research
art threatening; the citrus In
For 120 Hours dustry." from the Lake Alfred station
: which is struggling against the

For Fund DriveSANTA Research Pledged odds of mounting costs and I

"While we are doing these greater challenges ''I

MARIA, Calif (AP- things, we will \embark on research Kelly pledged to work with
programs that will ellm the Industry !in these matters
Students' from Alan Hancock mate for the future, the threats and said he would help all agriculture 1
College, Cal Poly State College that face us now," the Lake- Interests In their ef- 1
It San Luis Obispo and the land legislator pledged. orts to have agricultural land 1

University of California at Santo Kelly said his pledges tenets!- taxed as agricultural [land

',", -" '''';'':' '''f. '''';;;:ij.-t: :; :1l'W : Barbara vow to keep a hootenanny toted the citrus plank In his He said, that the under advertising his administration and-
Jwasraorsr going for 120 hours traise o platform and that he was "giv-
.
J ,; Y't> .'/ ing the Industry word In two marketing program financed by
r "> my
\ "
< "' 110,000 for Sisters Hospital 1 the citrus industry would be
1/ different waYI the man who
in Santa Maria free from eeif-seeking politicalnfluences
wants the privilege, the right
r e..rttrasswrwir. And, they say If they raise and the challenge to be your .
the money before the 120 hours governor. I do It as a business- "I believe you (the Industry)

are up they'll extend the ling.ing man who understands, firsthand want a businessman's program
to 240 hours In celebration the problems of running In the citrus Industry. That I is
A hootenanny Incldently Isn't a business today. what you will have If I am elect.
the offspring of a goat-owl mar ed your governor," he conclud
1rt BEGINNING "If I favored the easy way
rlage. It's a folk singing party.
out through legal tricks to ease

your problems by governmenta ed.UCLA
control, I would give up right
\ 88 Students now and vote for someone else ScrapsUpperclass

"But I tell you that our citrus

I1I,1, ,, MARC $ 28th RecognizedAt industry to our, with state all and its vital to our meaning nation ..

Is going to prosper. Coed CurfewBy
*& ?
In full at a luncheon

a r 1 LAkELA4b IEWERMt X Florida Southern meeting of the South Orlando LOS ANGELES DORIS KLEIN(AP-UCLA
Kiwanis Club, Kelly said "The
-I. College students were cited today which startled some
# parents
0.4 a,.. v Florida Citrus Commission has with
L sr for superior scholastic l coeducational dormitories
adopted a new outlook which
achievement during the first semester has come up with another ex-
has bright promise. But I tell erlment
-coeds without .
curews
you flatly and bluntly right now, .
"' i a They were named on the
you (the citrus industry) have
Officials at the Los
dean's list" and presented this! These are business Angeles
) morning at the college's Fount iroblems. campus of the University of
problems which will not be California
; 4 Will ers' Week convocation, held .I In solved by politics politics In said Wednesday they
were
DAYS Branscomb Auditorium. the sense of band-outs women dropping a curfew for
Dr. J. Birney Gross dean of students over 21 and
Cooperation Urged women graduate students

BE i. academic group. Each affairs student, presented has a "B"the I "We in citrus and we In Juniors'We're Little and seniors More Liberal In good

must work together
plus average or better. lovernment academic
s to Improve our business methods standing also can stay
1 %u Twenty-six Polk Countlans Ire out all night-with their
t1a PUBLISHED on the list, as followsLakelandern : to the point where we can ents' permission. par
WEEK 'out.business some of the big.
"I
Named gest businesses In the United guess you might say we'rea
little
liberal
Lakeland-William R. FannIn, States And I tell you flatly. universities more than most
around the
.Jr., 1909 Del Crest Place: Beatrice that as your governor, we will UCLA country"said

,t 4JPPVPf&k c th N.iiIt N. Hulse, 1008 Bonnie Drive: do just exactly that. Mrs. Nola-Stark Dean Cavette of Women
a Thomas Orville Hand, 2522 la spite of all the efforts

< County deserves It end wt'ri going to d ln.| itt '#.* :r f Broadway, Uoyd C: Hamilton, right up to this minute, we are I sure Sororities they'll accept however the,new aren't reg
Li t Now $ w'I 723 Interlake Drive; Nancy threatened from many sides 'ulation, added
rtttiv Mrs.
you'll Ledger Cavette.
your Monday rfrough Friday
i Vlck
ereninui md SorwoW ,, v Claudette 1055 Pineview "We are faced with a flood "They're talking It over"
'I r and Sunday mornings. i Place: Diane Carol Esau Rt. 01 synthetic, I
? t orange-type products Up to now, all women students
t 6. Box 490 Clifford S. Kent Jr.,
; .
we are faced with foreign living In dormitories had
744 Vlstabula, Betty Ruth Ken competition at below to be In
= our by midnight on weeknights
Th. MW Saturday Udgtr will feotur. FriJoy'rig K* ney 1244 Woodland Ave. Sarah 9reak-even .
port, newt, lotilt| ItCorq'4rrod point we are and by 2 a.m. on weekends
I x, Mildred Laymon, 1421 Del faced with the Importation of The
th> finest In notional and local ntws:% <" rule now will apply
v Crest Place, Janet Fannin Wilson -
fruit pests we are faced only to freshmen and sopho
941 E. Cumberland Che. with something even more dangerous mores.

Th. March 28th !iuut will be a giant colorful fD For tef B. Dlssinger Jr.. 1127 Ma.' : w. are faced with be-
,
# t ,, Proorest jorle St.; Kathleen MacDowe. I ExperimentThe
f J! Edition that will want to hove U 2200 Phillips Ave. Margaret D -
you mailed to your M> s'find fronts.tit ; new rules are an experiment -
all
the Umttd Srahn ovtr Sharp (28 Clayton Ave.; Genie Public Turning she said as the dormitories
0 *% Carol Hooks, 1013 S. Success; were three years ago.
4 ? Williams Outten, (10 Bon-
Susan : I "We weren't sure what to ex-
af j* nit Drive; Petley Clive Vey,. Against Guns pect then, either But it's

101 E. McDonald, Donna Jean worked ,out.
u Suistrits to fin ledger far SEVEN! .!% per vwtk fttw! Cornea. 1101 E. Lemon St.: Says Army I "No one's been expelled for-

Vera Jean Hauger. 1241 Lake ,Immorality-just a very few for
Call Homey Drive, and Larson M' 'having liquor In their
MU 6-1151 ad asst feTOre* rooms or
,} ,n Bland, 1327 Holly Road. WASHINGTON (AP) The breaking furniture.

Bartow John Timothy Rankin .'Army believes the assassins I Up to 800 young men and
lion of President
485V4 E. Stanford and Matt Kennedy has:women live In the three Coeducational
created American
an revulsion
Hall Mundy 485ft East Stan- dormitories-but they
to guns and that this attitude II don't
: exactly live together.
ford.Halnes hurting Its civilian marksmanship
-
City-Hazel Louise Willis "We have the men In one

V.r.r:1{ ,rj (03 Hill Drive, and Glend program. tower and the women In another .
t f n Joyce Bozeman, 901 Johns Av.' The Army offers no statistics They mix In the public
to back up Its belief, but in a rooms the cafeteria, living
Plant City Gail Mario general way, It has testified to,room, library and lounges-but
House 1107 N. Johnson St. and '
Congress that public sentiment each wing Is locked
Patsy Jean Lester, 1901 N. is turning away from the gun. I night clerk presses separately'A a buzzer

Maryland Ave, I The testimony was given las to admit a young man or worn
Winter Haven-Linda Lee Ray Jan. 2J and released today by an to their respective wing after
2820 Ave V, NW and Rebecc the House Appropriations subcommittee they show Identifications cards.
Jean Ogden, 111 Lake Sean Dr I on defense. complete with photogrf.ph.rDLR.FCIduPhPlI .
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AT' THE Sarah Conroy Bride Lakeland Girl Wins Prize '

CHURCHES Of Freddie Summerlin/ !.



I FIRST CHRISTIAN DAVENPORT-In a double- long stemmed yellow chrysan In 'Party Of Year' Contest

(Disciples: of Christ) ring ceremony March 1 at them urn.

+ The Christian Women' Pel- Davenport Methodist Church Miss Margaret Martin of
>wship of First Christian Perry, maid of honor wore a NEW YORK-Sixteen-year- ,
Miss Sarah Jackqueline Con-
old Linda Sue Hendrix of 2006
hunch will meet Mondayt street length dress of gold with ,
10 a.m. In the fellowship roy. daughter of Mr. and Mn. matching accessories and she Poe St., Lakeland, Fla., has

all for an Easter program Andrew J. Conroy, becamethe carried a single long stemmed been awarded third prize In F

nder the direction of Mn. bride of Freddie Jack bronze mum. They wore Seventeen Magazine's new nationwide

obert Dexhelmer The pro- Summerlin of Perry, son of matching bat and short veils "Party of the Year"

ram will depict the four ( l.r Mr. and Mn. D. S. Summer Bobby Summerlin of Perry contest
ardsnc: The Christian' served as best man for his
lin of Thomasville Ga. Miss Hendrix, a sophomoreat
arden" "The Garden of Deal aua.r.iEi1 uncle. Albert Louis Conroy,
Lakeland Senior
"The The Rev. Rupert N. Cavl- brother of the bride Donald High
Garden of Seem. ,
School, honored for the .
was
ness Jr., pastor, officiated at
Gardner and
'Ig Defeat" and "The Garden Douglas Hayesof "Big Date for Eight"
lorlous" Mn. 0. 0. Kin- the ceremony. Providing nuptial Haines City were ushen. party
which she before
music, wee Mn. Robert gave a
ide will be the reader and
Reception dance. For her
Yount of Haines City. prize-winning
n. Dexheimer, narrator entry, chosen from more than
Assisting at the reception
n. Lewis William will bee Bridal Gown
1,000 party Ideas submitted
by
eoloisL which followed In the Nelson
Wearing a gown of bridal Hill were Mrs Thomas R. teens throughout the country,

WESLEY MEMORIAL satin In candlelight white with Bryan, Apopka, aunt of the she will receive a blender
METHODISTThe oversktrt of silk illusion, the bride, Mrs. John Browning plus a copy of Tim Seven ..

Rev. Jlles E. Kirkland bride wa given In marriageby and Mn. Marlon Price of teen Book of Etiquette and

ganlzer and pastor of Man- DR. OSWALD HOFFMAN DR. DALLAS BILUNGTON her father. Her gown was Haines City. Miss Helen Mar- Entertaining" .

ttan Avenue Methodist GRACE LUTHERAN CENTRAL BAPTIST fashioned with a lace bodice tin of Jacksonville presided at In addition, a story about
lurch In Tampa, will conduct Winter Haven Winter Haven With Sabrina neckline. The the bride' book. the girl and her party will a %

revival at Wesley Memorial overskirt formed a short Also assisting were Miss appear in Seventeen' May Issue ? '
ethodlst Church. He will WINTER HAVEN-Dr Os WINTER HAVEN-Dr. Dallas train Her (inger tip veil of Betty Brunson, Miss Ann (on newsstands April 28). v

ak at the S:41 and 11 a.m.d wald Hoffman Lutheran Hour F. Billlngton, founder and lace and silk Illusion was heldIn Parish and Mill 01 l end a Primping Party

7:30: p.m. service Sunday. speaker and director of pub- pastor of Akron Baptuf Temple place by a headpiece of Bowen of Winter Haven. The

vlval service also are lic relations for the LutheranChurchMissouri Akron, Ohio, will speak matching lace, She wore a circulating hostesses were Designed to help girls look a, bi i a
nned during the week.ITARIAN.UNIVERSALIST. will the Central cameo necklace, an heirloomof Mrs. Grady Rewls and Mn. their best before a special
Synod, at Baptist Church
. the Conroy family. She Elbert Stewart. dance, Miss Hendrix' party
address a two-state "Bring this weekend. He will speak carried a slngle-long-stemmed They are residing In Perry began at 1:30: on a Saturday $ '"

' lubert Wright winter v JI. ing Christ to the Nations" tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. and white rose and Mn. Summerlin I la continuing afternoon an4 lasted until 7 a w

in Lakeland, and Ben rally Sunday at 4 p.m. at on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 7:30 Mn.: Dean Hayes of Haines her studies at Florida pm. All the girls broughtthe

od of Auburndale will dis- Grace Lutheran Church. p.m, City, served a* matron of State University, Tallahassee, clothe they planned to
ss existentialism Sunday at \ honor. She wore a street- where ahe wlU graduate in wear that evening, plus make-
em at Lake Region Uni- The rally will climax a two- SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST length dress of brown silk organza December. Mr Summerlin I Ia up and curlers. "The girls

ian-Unlvenallst/ Fellowship day gathering of the Lutheran Winter Haven with matching accessories associated with Buckeye Cel paired off In twos to help each

eta presentation of the subs Laymen' League of the Flor WINTER HAVEN Loyalty and carried a single lulose Corporation. other," the hostess reports.

I will be in the form of abate ida Georgia District of the Day will be observed Sunday "By 5:30: each girl had a manicure

In which Mr. Wood pedicure, new hairdo,
Lutheran Church-Missourl Syn at Southslde Baptist Church. -
I defend existentialism and tl1lt ;1 >' ''<' ; :!f!' ,'. make-up and was all dressed
Wright will\ oppose It as a od. The business sessions will Dr. Roy Mason, pastor of Buffalo P > ,-,, Then we gathered in the dining IIOSTEST WITH MOSTEST Lakeland teen-ager. Linda .

losophy. start tomorrow at 10:30: a.m. Avenue Baptist Church in f""L tu +rM fl,, fix \ room to eat before the Sue Hendrix, has won third prize In Seventeen Magazine' '

GRACE LUTHERAN A banquet will be held at I:30p Tampa will speak at 11 a.m. '{ r" "..", dance." new "Party of the Year" contest for her "Big Date at Eight" ,

II administrators .m. tomorrow, at which time Harry Smith music director ( "" The menu Included hamburgers party. The Lakeland Senior High School sophomore lives at '
'M1 Dr. John Behnken, honorary (which the guest vot 2006 Poe Street. '!
chen'of will lead the singing at the
Grace Lutheran Lutheran }.
of the
president ,.' .
o 1. ed for), salad, potato chips,
urch schools will leave the services .
Church Missouri Synod, will ,
10 coke and, for dessert cake
e attend rch Sunday a workshop at 1:30:in Tarn-p.m. speak. ft. r sic z t tc with cream cheese Icing and W4 SMW Old?

I CHRIST LUTHERAN guests' names written on It
on new materials for Sun- AccordionistTo A pink color scheme was carried .
y church school, vacation Christ Lutheran Church will i"Y' Overweight TeenAgersJust :
out In tablecloth,
plates,
his school Bible camp and observe Its first anniversary Entertain <
flower and lemonade.
(
t ekday church school to bet at the 10:30: a.m. service Sun- ." t
Need
To
Business Club Likes To Cook Sew Eat LessBy
ed In most Lutheran day. The congregation began Fp ,

urche In America begin- services on March 17, ,}.,\( The prize-winning party-giv

y ig In September. Arthur 1963, meeting at North Lake- Bill Crane, Lakeland accordionist .... < er, who belong to her school's JOSEPHINE LOWMANQ. each direction a* you can with

. sselman and Charles Line- land Elementary School. will entertain the Lake \ Future Homemakers of America I am almost 14 years old, your arm and your leg After

,: rger will be In charge of Inducing There are 112 Baptized members land Imperial chapter of the club, like to bake cake weigh 130 pounds and am S a while turn your right tide ,
the materials at Work will begin soon
American Business Women's and cookie and makes manyof feet 4 Inches tall. My measurements toward the wall and swing
s ace Lutheran on the church building, corner her own clothes. She
" of Granada and Lakeland Association at the Crest Restaurant enjoys are: bust 34'/ inches your left arm and leg.
:DULLA ASSEMBLY OF dancing and skating, and
" GOD Hills Boulevard, the Rev. W. Monday at 6:30 p.m, plan In the future to becomea waist 27 inches and hips It's EmbarrassingQ. t
J. SynaUchk. has announced. Members will participate In a 38 Inches I have a medium ,
: hie Rev. W. K. Richwine, + a. secretary or a model. "I am a girl 13 yean old, :
stor or Medulla Assembly program of group singing! Seventeen' "Party of the frame. My friends say I am
and It looks like I have a mustache :
I God Church In Medulla, hast Mrs. Dean Mrs. Sophia Robertson, program Year" Contest was open to all not fat but they have no Idea under It Is
nounced that sing chairman said. A girls between the ages of 13 my nose .
, a gospel Heads The how much I weigh. My 21- very embarrassing since I ama
I II be held at the church to- Miss Gloria Trudgen, vocational 4 and 19. Judges selected winning year-old sister says I am Just girl What remedy would
>rrow at 7:30: p.m. Rabe chairman, announced entries on the basis oforlgln.lity "
OWSJ Order solid and look like I weigh 110 you suggest?
rklns of Bessemer, Ala., vocational talks will be given suitability n d
I The pounds. We get weighed every A. You can try one of the
will be featured. women this month by Mrs. Edna Kin- practicality.
I the church will sell re- Bethlehem Shrine 9, Orderof caid on "Teaching Expert. year at school and I get depilatories which were
reshments, with proceed to the White Shrine of Jerusalem ences" and Mrs. Ronnie Slam- embarrassed How much planned especially for facial
be used on the church expense have elected the following ma on "Nursing Duties." 'Sheba' CastAnnounced very hair, Be sure to get this kind
I bill. officers: Miss Winifred Christner, overweight am J? Please help rather than the regular kind

Mrs. Jessie 3. Dean, worthy president said the slate of officers By me!" and /ollow directions This Is
FIRST BAPTIST high priestess; Floyd Allred, will be presented by the MRS. FREDDirj. SUMMERLIN: A. You are not a* much temporary. Perhaps your

I Dr. Elton Smith, professorthe watchman of the shepherds; nominating committee chairman Little/ Theater overweight is you think-only mother will take you to anelectrolysist r

University of South Mrs William F. Bryan, noble Mrs. Howard Riley, and about 12 If and have the hair
>rids In Tampa, will speak prophetess; Paul Chapman, new officers elected; and in- I Mr*. Lilly Sciortino and Dick pounds. you removed permanently.
I day at the I:30 and 11 associate watchman of shepherds stalled. New members also Burnett will play the role of have unusually well-developed Are you worried because

and 7:30 pm. service : Mrs. Marie Hanson, will be Installed at this meeting Lola and Doc in Lakeland Little muscles you may not be that your hair 1 II falling out or

Irat Baptist Church. The scribe: Mrs. Perry Lockart. Theater' version of the much overweight. However, growing thin? If 10, my new
'. Arthur W. Rich, pastor, treasurer; Mn. Gerald Howell I William Inge drama, "Come take care and lose eight booklet "Is Your Hair Thinning
I conducting a revival at worthy chaplain; Mrs. Lee Back Little Sheba," which 1 II pounds anyway; 10 Is prob- ?" will Interest you. If
thany Place Baptist Church Clayton, worthy shepherdess; [ ably better. Just cut down
LAKE scheduled March 24-27 at Civic you would like to have It, send
Richmond, Va. He will rem and Mrs. Carl Anderson Center Theater. on sweet, larches and fsts. 11 cent and a stamped, self- )

to the pulpit next Sunday. worthy guide. LAKELAND LEDGER Friday March II, 1M4 9 Shirley Booth created the Eat a well-balanced diet, but addressed envelope with your

FAITH LUTHERAN The next meeting will be HAMILTONLAKE role In the Broadway and less of it. request for It. Address Josephine

held March 29 following cov- HAMILTON movie production of "Sheba. Weight Is Fine Lowman In care of
Faith Lutheran Church will -
ave the public examination ered dish supper. Those attending and Mn. E. Gog-gins and Mr'j I Tops At Bridgeand I Burt Lancaster played the part Q. "I am a 14-year-old high The Ledger
to bring a cover
are of Doc in the movie version Tomorrow "A Properly Given
if the catechumen Sunday at and table service. Kenny and Roger, and school girl and weigh 118
ed dish
::30 p.m. for the young people and Mn. Bruce Martin and Others In the cast are as pounds lam I feet V/t Inches Scalp Massage Stln Circu
ho have been studying the sons, Randy and Phillip, have LAKELAND Mrs. Paul Tyler, lint; follows Turk Mike O'Steen; tall. My measurement are: lation."

loctrine of the Christian region l1iJdJtL returned from a trip to Missouri North-South winner of Mr, and Mn, Frank Stapor, Marie, Sandy Lott: postmen, bust 33 Inches, waist 21 Inches '

as set forth In the Lu- ) due to a death In the Lakeland Duplicate Bridge second; Mn. Flesher and Hal Hess; Mrs. Coffmsn, Bob- and hips 35 Inches. I would UNITY

heran church. Participants family. Club have been announced as 0. O. Feaster, third; Mr and bie Cassling; milkman, Pete like to take at least two or CHRIST CHURCH
n the study will be confirmed'aim LAKELANDGENERAL Mn. Buddy Rogen and chi! Sciortino; Bruce, Dennis Mad- three Inches off my waist and Church Nh.. "Oilly/ Wor.>
follows Mrs. Theo Wslt and Mn. Don fourth.
'' Sunday HOSPITALMr. dren, David, Wynne, Steven : Taylor, er; Ed Armstrong, Ray Lott; develop nice hips. My hips Mwr, MinLt.. i i
WESTMINSTER and Mrs. William S. and Karen, spent the weekend Mn. J. D. Nicholls, lint; East-West:. Mrs. Waits and and Elmo Huston, Bob Walk don't curve in as they should. Sunday Devotional HAM.I
PRESBYTERIAN Moose Drive in St. Petersburg where Mn. Mn. William Dancy and Mn. Doug Hall, tint; Mr. and Mn. er. I am very anxious to reduce Subject:
Nolen 1724
Meek and In Heart
Rogers competed In the District second Mr. Harry Brown, second; Mn. waist because I am going Lowly
In observance of Demolayeek daughter, March II. Duane Surgeon, ; Producer are Harold my TI.wd.v M,,. CIa
Dick
Weld and Mrs.
: III Women' Basketball Nicholls and Mn. V. D. Flesh Betty "Streamline" Sale and Eddie to be a majorette for my 421 E. Park ot Success
which begin Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter S.
Tournament a* a member of Shepard, third; Mn. Perry achool. You can see why I Sunday School Meets
Sherman I II
he Tropical chapter of De- Williams, 133 Nokomis, daughter er, third; Bruce Barnes and Blakemore and Mn. George Kamlnsky. Roger
the Bartow team wlnnen of
assisted by am so Interested"A. at 214 S. Iowa
nolay of Lakeland will attendhe March 11. stage manager
Otto Rice, fourth. Hadaway, fourth.
the consolation trophy. While Jane Malloy. Set design and Your weight Is fine. Do
11 service at West-
a m. Mr. and Mn. Robert A. Mrs. C. W.
there, they visited Mr. and Ell>Wilt > RIDGE Stand
production are under the supervision the following exercise.
inster Church.
Presbyterian Hargrove, Eaton Park, daughter Mrs. Ed Frobe, their uncle Thompson and Mr. Dancy, Winners of the Ridge Duplicate of Dick Jone tall with your left hand on the .LUTHERAN CHURCHES
WESLEYAN METHODIST March 11.
and aunt.
first; Charles Shuelser and Bridge Club Include: Mr*. Hess and Mn. Irene wall. Swing your right arm MISSOURI SYNOD
Due to pro-Easter service Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hunt
Stanley Sapp, second K. A. North-South: Mrs. Waits and Karne are ctxhairmen of the forward as you swing your
tartlng at Wesleyan Metho- Price Jr, 914Th E. Palmetto and children Debbie and backward. Now as Christ Lutheran Church
st Church the March 11. of Lakeland visited Chamberlain and Bill Graham Mn. Flesher, 'irst; Mrs Lira properties committee and Lamar right leg
Thursday daughter
on Tracy ,
Blanton Is sound technI- your right leg swine forward Tamaererily .....,... In N.
acrament of the Lord's Sup- Mr and Mrs. Duey S. Simmons with his mother and brother, third; Robert thornhill Ryan and Mn Ewln Williams, swing your right arm back lokiltnd. lltmtnMry School

r will be observed Sundayt 1703 W 10th St., son, Mrs. Zema Hunt and Leon, and Ted Harland, fourth. second; Mr. and Mn Dancy, cian. ward. Make this a smooth W. ROBIOH Sr.
the 10:45: a.m. service March 11. this past weekend. third. with the
arm
____ __ BARTOWMasterpoint rhythmic swing
n 9:11 School
East-West: Mr, and Mrs. e.m. Sunday
and moving opposite directions.
/ leg
winners of the Dr. Les Lakeland 10:30 Divine !
Harry Brown, first; Reach as far In d.m. Worship
r Central Avenue Bartow Duplicate Bridge Club LeValley and Mn. Nitholls. *

BaptistTo are: Mrs.second Blakemore; Mn. Bachman, third. and I Polk County T St. Paul Lutheran Church

North-South position: Mr. First E.U.B. 3020 S. Florida Are

LAKE WALES I Date Book Church ':30 ass t 11:00 use

I Observe Youth Week Department Meet LAKE WALES The first 1120 CltY.1-1 H.... live Divine Worship

round of the spring tourna- 9:45 ..m. Sunday School.
For Amvetss ment was played by the Lake LOYAL o*055 1'00" ,.n'.,......1 W.M/a
I Youth Week will\ be observ1 Wale Duplicate Bridge Club It MMM. lodio, i'W-I.i 5,45...... eeiss, .... Sponsors elf

1 Sunday through March 22 'I1i )( Slated SundayAmerican with the following result: BrnoCOUNTRY CLUe tSTATM .i..0.CITlO"'IU 7,5. In. ....., '?his Is the Life"
r the 85 intermediates and .nrer.<4 dun dinntr ot Md.wI.a Son,_ W.d. 7.0 .."".
North-South Mr and Mr* 0 I lf Vlow
: on U
people enrolled in the lowed b Milr I kuiIiuM The Lutheran Hour
.jung > mo' BiotUui
t" Veteran of John Lowe first and .
Way School at Central Aveie ; Mr. Brim latf n Ubn oirTloo.ATVMAV I
World War II and Korean Mn Harold Mason, second; -- -.
.
Baptist Church. iiaialisiaausT: ,krlila I
l.tx6xwrzrtxataraixs
: il :
I Sunday at I:30 p.m., the Conflict, auxiliary and post Mr. and Mn. Jack Schram, .red::'sLaol '.>rl IB es'aslba'I".LensooI I a7 ;
third.
WHY THAN HALF OF
,. DO MORE
and '
will take over
ung people members are to.attend the W1a0"d S.1'hise, .a t&t; wtMioofMieiL
and Mn.
East-West Mr \ P7El'
: WHO BUY IN OUR PRICE FIELD CHOOSE
e i leadership of the Training I eon ru4tore.
.
Department of Florida executive John Cnlshelmer. first: Mr. Lroe. 7 W a .rS"
II ,...,, ;
ion; at the 7:41 p.m. serv- a.ha lairb' CONTINENTAL?
committee meeting Sun- |
I I and Mr*. Edgar Johnson, second elfY' Irwr1.
.- the youth pastor, Richard seeisTV,
770
!9- day In St. Petersburg at the ; Mr. and Mn. Henry ttn W kowakl, will speak post Home 1, tit Ninth St., S. r. IBM oiteo4 oMUni u4TRIPNASSAU Drive the Continental yourself. This Is the only way
dinner will be held for j i iJ. Convention plan will be ..!Hendrlckson.:! ._third..:._____.U" Incline IIArHF ___ discover its unsurpassed ride and all the other iS
Tuesday at 143ri : .
.,youth and on Wednesday the J. made and convention chairmenshlp unique) qualities that make the Continental the 2

Istant paator, Ronnie Dona- appointed. world's most Imitated car 8

). will speak at the Mid- Helen Kay Worgull of Tampa .

|ek prayer service department president will I
outh Week will close Sun- ,.r preside at the auxiliary meet- fREE LINCOLN

March 22, with the young Ing. ._ ____ ____ .. -$-
I. leading the Sundayat i CONTINENTAL

I 43 a.m. CURftlt'S I ..
outh officers beside those 4g,7R
_sly mentioned' JohnIThomas HOMI PORTRAITS PeduN N For Motor COKIMKI> linoolit-Morovry Di Won

Sunday School ale a. .waW r an.aY I The Luxury Car of Today's Executives
Irlntendent; Randy StartI Mrs Ourrlfc m. tar pNww.dMM PLUS
Training Union director; >0YOUTH ,.-.wad as nasal, Finest Factory Service For The

fck Steven, Brotherhood Discriminating Motorist
ant; Carolyn Thomas $250 WARDROBE !
I
an'l Missionary Union cur nOSES

nt; Mike Couch chair- AM* I CLAUDE JENKINS'LINCOLN.'MERCLJIIY
Roanle OFFICERS who will take over the activities at
of when: ROSI lUSHES
y, chairman of deacons; Central Avenue Baptist Church: next week are, from left. SEE THE DOWNTOWN I

Iii Ellla, pianist, Bar Jerry Alfred Stevens minister of music; Ronnie Donahue, assistant RISKS ROSES ?

yser, organist; and pastor; and Richard Jankowtkl l, paitor. (Ledger Photo. Mua.sn MYSTERY SHOPPER I II 941 E. Main Lakeland, Flo. Ph. 632-6151 8B
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10 LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday March IS. IHI '

Pentagon'Security [Jaycees Pick. Lakeland For Meeting



Lakeland will host another Ida gut Junior Chamber ol f Sarasota and Naples were a the Cooper-Taylor Award, for a
Questioned convention In August. Commerce Summer Conference, considered as the conference Floridian who has made an outstanding
The Lakeland Jaycee were contribution towards
By GEOFFREY GOULD successful bidden for the Flor- announced Jim Farrer, execu ilte. safety, and the organization's
Associated Press Writer tive vice president of the FlorIda Farrer said purpose of the Outstanding Young Farmer
WASHINGTON (AP) A Jaycees. annual summer conference I II to, Award at that time.
Navy steward arrested In the Robert Kennedy Approximately 6< ,) to 800 Jaycees set up state programs for the The Lakeland conference will
Pentagon on a lottery charlie from all over Florida will new Junior Chamber of Com be further promoted at the May
had a top security clearance to Pays Tribute be here Aug. 20 to 23 for business merce year, which starts In the Florida Junior Chamber of Com
clean up the rooms of the Joint session centered at the summer. merce convention at Cocoa ,
chiefs of staff It was disclosed ,Civic Center, Farrer said. The Jaycees will also awardLeo Beach, Farrer said.
today. To BrotherNEW
Details of the case, In which
II were arrested Feb. dIIM', "" ",. ,,'; 11III.-
persons YORK (AP) US
4 In a Pentagon numbers racket Atty Gen. Robert F. Kennedy
that allegedly took In more than says his brother, the late President I'
1,000 a day, came to light I today John F. Kennedy, "gave f' + fql
:
In released hearings of the
us all more confidence In the
: House Defense Appropriate country" and gave foreigners
.
Subcommittee.Rep. great confidence In American
b bn4
Robert L, F. Sike. lead'nhlp.
D-Fla., quizzed Joseph S.. "He made Americans fee
Hoover, deputy assistant seer young again," said the attorney
tary of defense, about the case
general, who was a guest'
during the closed door hearingFeb.
% Thursday night on Jack Paar'i f
3 A A_ i u
S.
NBC television show
Security Doubtful a a'i

: "There Is a man who has access Doors Removed i

to a very Important room 3
and has certain responsibility From Winter
in that room and certainly a
man In the numbers racket Haven HouseWINTER
could scarcely be considered a''
good security risk" Sikes said HAVEN Henry ,0t
"Would you agree?" Thompson, who lives In a rent
SCIENTIFIC ADVANCI ob.rf W, RulUdgt, right ...cutl.. vice prtild.nf .f Florid. "It certainly throws a doubt, ed house on Palmetto Street,
Citrus Muruol, ,irmnri chick for $1,210 t. William R. Piytoii, financial ck.irma..f, the Fl... to say the lease, on his security Northeast, Is wondering who .
Ida Foundation for Future ScnnriiM. RutUdja wt Palk County Finance Chairman thii yaar III the reliability," Hoover replied.The dislikes him. I II
....nl..tI...'. fund-Mitinf campatg man with the_top_security When Thompson arrived I II
clearance was Identified II home from work last night he
Artmur Henry Looper Jr., a found that someone had re-
Archaeologists M ke'New I Wales Student steward second class. The Navysaid moved two doors from his
he had a 22-year unblem house and ransacked, his be-
I Wins Speaking ished record of service. Looper' onglngs. The doors were taken
I case Is still pending In federal from the hinges.
Finds In ItalyBy court In Alexandria, Va. He has Winter Haven police are In
Contest HonorBruce JAYCEES SELECT .KIU.ND-JI' Farm, cantor, looks aver e sch.dul. of avanti far Hi*
been relieved of his duties withthe
vestigating. Florid Star Junior' Cnambar of Commarca Summer Conference, which will/ b. kale ,In Ukoland An*.
joint chiefs of staff In the
JAMES M. LONG (fetes. When Sybaris was attacked meantime.Rear 20.23, so Jack frown, loft, diracror of eke Lakaland Convention (uraay, and Jock 'hllli,., ,ml.
ROME AP-After 20 to 30 I by its poorer and weaker Francis, a student at Adm. J. W. Davis, In the mid 1950s, mail order dent of the Lakeland J.c..., look en. Forror It ucutiv vice omldanl ., Hia ....* Jarcaol.Lakoland .
centuries, Italy's greatest gold, neighbor Croton, the Crotonlans Roosevelt High School of Lake deputy director of staff for the ales constituted less than 1 was ..I.c"" for the cenfirone seer bid. from Sureness and N.I... (Ledger Photo kf
mine Is still the buried archae, won by a trick. Wales, was first plate winnerIn per cent of the total sales volume Horror)
Joint chiefs, told Sikea that
an oratorical contest yes In the United States.
ological treasures of Its fabled I When the famed Sybarite cavalry
terday at Rochelle High School. Looper "cleans up the Join
past. charged their infantry The contest waa sponsoredby chiefs' room T as far as being -
The take each year Is fabulous ranks, the Crotonian band
risk, he has beenthere
District 11 of the American a security
-In priceless finds for mu played dance music and the
and I don'tthink
Legion, and Included contestants many years
seums and hundreds of thou charge broke Into chaos as the
from high schools in Tallahassee he has access to anything
sands of dollars in contrabandfor Sybarite horses pranced and Jacksonville, Orlando that would make him a securityrisk '
smugglers. pirouetted to the tune. Fort Myers, and Titusvllle. so far as I know ," 1G Service Special t

Lost Colony Found Mystery Mummy Found Situation Dangerous R

Found In the past few months The latest major find was the Second Floyd place of went Lincoln to High Geraldine "Nevertheless, It is a dan- ,
have been the long lost Greek of of 7
mystery mummy a girl situation, Isn't It?" -
School in Tallahassee and gerous persisted
colony of Sybaris, whose dancing or 9, dug up amazingly after 18 third place went to Joseph Sikes. Prepare Your Air Conditioner NOW
horses led to the downfallof centuries at Grottarossa, Just Grooms of Northwestern High! "That's right," said Davis. For the Hot Weather Ahead.
a luxury-loving populace, and north of Rome.
School In Jacksonville.The Sikes asked for a follow-up
the mystery mummy girl of The embalming process, witha three top speakers received report from the Navy on Looper. Here's What We Do:
Grottarossa whose body after fluid still fragrant after the cash prizes of $50, $30 The report said Looper'
1,800 years still I Is scented with centuries, is believed to be Oriental and $20 respectively Music "manner of performance haabeen a Clean dirt and dust from
the perfume of an unknown art or Egyptian. The for added that Only
theoryis the program was furnishedby excellent. It i condenser and evaporator
of embalming.Still that the child was the daughter the Rochelle music department a search of Looper and his place asess+
Check belt
sought were Spina, last of a Roman consul in the of work after he was arrested + compressor
mystery city of the long dead east, that she died there and Feb. 4 "produced no evidence to Check & lubricate blower $ 95
Etruscans, a Rosetta atone clue was embalmed so that her body support the charge" of participating motor. 7
to translation of the till un could be brought home for burial Train Traffic In a lottery. a leak test entire apatem.J .
readable Etruscan language,
Sikes also approached the
e Add
.
Freoti Can.S
and relic of the Greek warfleet Halted Car necsttary
American archaeologists, par By case from another angle, saying
naval defeat In history, final check entire lyitint
ticularly from Princeton Unlversity he had Information that about
Under Italian law all arch. and the University of On TracksWINTER 700 person. were placing beta Inthe for proper operation. ( Parts or Freon Extra
chaeologlc objects-the old ort
Pennsylvania, have taken a Pentagon.He .
t the newly discovered- property prominent, part in the excavt.I HAVEN-An automobile said the "disturbing thlna
of the state. tions in Italy.Haven abandoned on the Atlantic Is that these people apparentlyhave
That was prompted by necessity Coast Line railroad plenty of time to study the
A few centuries ago noble tracks here at 1:30 o'clock this umbers, read the almanac interpret r--
Roman families hauled away Police morning held up train traffic dreams this would
statue and whole buildings of for nearly an hour. indicate to me some people Inthe 7. _
ancient Rome to decorate their Seek Driver The car, parked on the Pentagon don't have much .... ... "
villas. After Wreck tracks at 4th Street and Ave- to do except sit around and fig.are \
Digging StartedIn nue E, Northwest, was towed numben on which they a.
away by a police wrecker. The should place bets." s._
far aouthern Italy aerial WINTER HAVEN Police :
car, a 1957 Ford bore Florida
photographs finally disclosedthe here are looking for the ownerof
license tag 3W-62418, but the
outline of what Italian archaeologist a 1962 or 1963 Buick that owner had not been Identi British Getting UN:1c
are convinced 1* long struck a utility pole on Sixth fied. R
lost Sybaris. Digging has Just Street, Northwest, this mornIng Tired Of.Beatles1.
started. at 1 o'clock.
Sybarl wan the Greek colony The driver o( the car left LICENSE REQUIRED MIAMI (AP) The Beatles .
whose late to bed and late to the icene, but police have TALLAHASSEE M -Contractors apparently are wearing alittle i
rise habits made Sybarite a piece of chrome from his ve who lend money to homeowners thin with some fellow Britons. -
synonym for voluptuous living hicle. Police estimated dam. and obtain mortgages '
It was founded by the GreeksIn age to the car at about $300. for home Improvement work Radio station WQAM of Miami RUST-PROOFING IL
720 B.C. and was danced to The utility pole was slightly must be licensed a* mortgage reports It received a letter
doom 2,500 years ago by Its per damaged. brokers, Atty. Gen, James Kynes from four British seamen stationed !d.
forming horses. laid in an advisory opinion. In the Bahamas asking
The Sybarites had trained President Zachary Taylor He laid the law required a license that the station not play 10much
them to dance to music a* entertainment died after serving only one year' of anyone dealing mortgages of that "Limey" music Protect tha underside of 0LY '
at the nightly wine and four month of his term. for a profit. by the Beatles.
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LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, March IS, 1964 .
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Bonding Firm Holds -

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"'I Missing FundsBARTOWA

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lilt company hold held up until It can be accom ;I1 I I STOCK MARKET FLASHES I

ay ing bonds on county employee panied by the written auditor's
m. baa informed County Attorney report. -

01 John Dewell that it will not No Hint Given t '. r NEW YORK (AP-The stock American Telephone rose '/ on 4,000 shares
begin an Investigation Into the l I'' dII to 141 on 3,500 shares. On the losing side Goodrich
K 1 market edged higher In moderately
shortage of welfare funds Dewell explained that the {4 l
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to 58
Federated Department Stores dipped % % on 1,000 shares;
until a state auditor's report company has given no Indication active trading at the open- gained % at 60 on 2,400 shares International Telephone lost %
has been approved In Talla as to what action it will Ing today. Other fractional gainers on at 55<4 on 3,000; Ford eased %

hassee. take.Meanwhile Most key stocks showed narrow opening blocks included: Xerox, at 56% on 2,500.:
Dewell said he contacted the the sheriffs de gains. up % at 87% on 2.700 shares; Jersey Standard rose % to
bonding company after District partment's chief criminal deputy Opening blocks included Mid- Eastman Kodak up H at 129% 82% on 1,000 shares. Radio

State Auditor John Eng J. E. DeReus, reportedthat dle State Utilities, up ft at 41 on 1,000; and Woolworth, up ftat Corp. was unchanged at :37% on
lish gave county commission. deputies will begin their on 4,200, shares; Chrysler, off 77% on 1,300. 7,000 shares.
ers a verbal report on his Investigation Into the $1,439 4,300shares Yesterday the Associated
/ at 484 on 4,500; and Sears, Goodyear opened on
findings but the company requested shortage by questioning all Roebuck unchanged at 107>/$ up % at 47. American Press average of 60 stocks rose
that formal notice be persons who were Involved In on 3000. Motors traded unchanged at 16 .2 to 3014 a new high.
the handling of funds between

August, 1962 and August 1963. BLUE CHIPS
Case
t i Against DeReus noting the numberof ASAT
L times the money changed I
HousewifeIs hands, said "it's hard to tell ed

exactly where the money may OURSfDCKS UP'IbDAY4 d,7 rfI\
have disappeared." LEAST ON EAr
t't NEW JUDGE SWORN IN-Charlts 0. Andwwi. Jr., f.. tight Is aware In as e |J.ud..* .f the IIoNEY:

Dropped missing The Investigation funds originally into the M4. District Curs .f AM**| r>.r. 4urinf. (mprmlvt luitollotlon ctr.m it!... PiiticlMMni I* the d d A FISCAL YEAR.P.rsw .

thought to be a bookkeeping fmtNoH en, from the lift Circuit Curt 10.Js. frank Smith .f Orl n4o, with libU Chief 4'' d

A child dependency case matter began more than a ).*te. .. Hassle Draw .( HM florid Supreme Cease, .Itiulns the MriiJ Jut's A. 0. Ke"".., wh*

agajnst a young Winter Haven week ago when the county's retired. .. ..
I housewife was not prose. director of social services reported (I......., Phase .r Huk.i)
cuted in city court here yesterday that she has records

I ,police reported. showing receipts of paymentsto

) Mrs. .Rosemary Green, 17, her office but no receipts Andrews Sworn In As JudgeOf ....- hM.w .n
I of Route 3'Winte'H0.Ypn, showing deposit of the money
I was charged Wednesday afternoon in the circuit clerk's office.
I by detectives with contributing *
Disobeyed
to, the dependencyOf Policy District Court Of AppealCharles
I a minor child. During the period of the
discrepancy Mrs. Mildred The Dail InvestorThe
The charge stemmed from of from Justice Andrews and his y
Harvey social service director 0. Andrews Jr., 53, the oath Judge Judge
incident Wednes.
an at noon
I line
day when Detectives J. R. admittedly disobeyed a who headed the Florida Milk Drew. family headed a receiving

Carter and W, R. Sangsterwere county commission policy call Commission for two years Judge Andrew's mother, following the ceremonies By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Investment banking group
. called to a parking lot ing for. her to deposit the in of Mrs. Charles O. Andrews Sr. Gov. Bryant and all participating The large electric utility pays the company the $10 mil-
as Judge
was sworn a
money directly with the clerk's presented her son with his j judges were also company In which I own stock lion the company needs. The
in front of J. M. Fields Department '
1.. the Second District Court of in the line to
Store by a woman office. traditional black robe and present greet AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE recently had an efferlni I Investment bankers then turnaround
1.r who said there was a babyin Mrs. Harvey has said she Appeal here yesterday at Judge Andrews' son, Charles the spectators who attended through which It sold new and sell the 200,000

the front seat of a car and left the money in the commission ceremonies attended by Gov. 0. Andrews helped his father Installation ceremonies. Am Elec ................. 1' I shares of its stock to Its stockholders shares at a profit. That's their )

her could not be business office to be for Farris don his new garment.The Barnes Eng .............. 24 at somewhat under the business.
found.parents warded to the clerk's office Bryant.Ceremonies newly installed Judge 5 ZephyrhillsYouths Dorsey Corp ............. 6s/I going market price. It also paid You might say that this Is a
for deposit in a county hospital were conductedin then took his position behind Falcon Sea Dr ........... 12'/! a very substantial underwriting "sure thing" for the investment
Father Paged the appellate courtroom bench."I ............ 10:3
bank account. the Held In Guard Chem /I charge. Why should any underwriters bankers. In the trade the example
When they arrived the detectives Circuit Clerk D. H. Sloan with Chief Justice E. Harris am grateful to Gov. Bryant Gulf Am .................. 5'A I get In on this? given here is known as a \
said, the child six- Jr. has asserted that copiesof Drew of the Florida Supreme ," Judge Andrews said, Theft Charges Gulf Sulphur ............. 8:3 I Have 1 reason to suspects "standby u n d e r wrlllna." It
week-old Faith Ann Green receipts for all money de- Court administering the oathto "for appointing me to this Kratter ................... 8'/I something other than arms- might be a sure thing. It might
I was found crying on the front, posited In the clerk's office Judge Andrews. The new new position. I accept the BARTOW-Five Zephyrhills Lucky Friday ............. 31 1/z I length bargaining between company .
are on file In record books. judge succeeds Judge A. 0. Carrier ......... 11 not.The .
seat of a station wagon. The responsibility I n reverence youths were being held yesterday Redwing and the underwriters? Investment banking business
inside of the car was' very Kanner who retired on Feb. and humility." on charges of breaking Stephan Co. .............. 8'/I A. If you check this out 1 Is a highly competitive

hot and the key was in thee 15. Judge Ksnner was sitting Judge Andrews went on to and entering and grand larceny Syntex .................... 79 would bet you will find your business. In deals such as these
ignition detectives said. Christian Group behind the bench during the that "this system of dual filed In connection witha Tampa Elec ............. 26 brief but impressive ceremonies. lay .............. 4''
Carter paged the father In government, the three March 2 break-In at a Polk Textron Inc I were a betting man. groups of Investment
the store after the woman Opens YouthLegislature branches. Is the cornerstoneon County grocery. OVER-THE-COUNTER What you mention of course, bankers compete and bid sgalnst
who had called police, said Judge Smith Presides which our freedom has to The five being held In lieu MUTUAL Funds was a "rlghislprottering" '- one another,
survive. of $1,000 bonds each are The company selling the stock
she had paged the mother of Chief Judge Sherman N. with Affiliated Fund .......... 85 9 I
charged the theft of more through which naturally looks for and gets the
the child but no one answered. Smith Jr. ot the appeal court "The legislature and the than $200 worth of merchan Alico ..................... TAm .I sells best possible arrangement It 1
The father arrived in a presided at the special ses people of Florida have designed Express ............. 391% company "
TALLAHASSEE-) The disc from Carl Bryant's Red I stock to Its present { can from Investment bankers.
short time and the mother a system of appelate .............. 13: I I
,
Young Men's Christian Association sion.Following and White Store on U.S. 98 Auto March shareholders This Is particularly true with '
was found Inside the store. a few introduce courts and it Is to them to jI
up north of Lakeland Chase Man Bank ........ 69Eckerd'
I .
annual who
opened Its seventh utility companies are
The baby had allegedly been tory remarks by Judge Smith,' see that Its principles are up. Drug ........... NA ,
Chief Criminal J E.
three-day Youth Legislature today Deputy Now, a company under the watchful eye of Federal
left in from 11:30 Gov. ,
Bryant presented Judge
the. car held. Fund ............ 17.4Fla. 2
with election of a youth gov DeReus Identified the five, Fidelity does this and state regulatory au
o'clock Wednesday morning Andrews to the court for In Participating Judges Included ... ..... U1
ernor. who were arrested Wednesday Gas ....... .. /I to raise money thorities.Q. .
until 1 o'clock that after Candidates were Pat Bowen of stallation.Andrews Appeal Court Judges night as John E. Cour- Fla. Pub. Util. ........... 23 money that It
noon. Judge approachedthe William P. Allen. George T. Steel................ 10
Jacksonville, Dane McGovern of son, 17; Robert G. Eldrldge Fla. might need for Every time I open a
The woman was charged Orlando, Nick O'Dawe of Miami bench and as Circuit Court Shannon Jack F. White and 20; Frank 0. Marquis 18; Edward Fla. Tel. .................. 27,4 such things asbuilding newspaper or watch a televisionnews
with contributing to the de- Judge Frank Smith of Orlando Kanner; and Circuit Court .. ....... 11 : DOYLE
Joanne Smith of Bradenton and R. Johnston, 18, and Fla. Tile ........ new broadcast I see long lines
held
child. the Bible
pendency ofya minor Judge Andrews Judge Aquilino Lopes of the Richard E. Hay 19. Founders Life ............ W plants expanding present facllities of pickets protesting things.
Brooks of Tallahassee.
Styles
Mrs. Green posted bond and raised his right hand and took 16th Circuit
West.
The Legislature will consider Key Gulf Life ................ 57''/! etc. Each picket carries a large
appeared before the court ............ 75! ,
Incorp Invest I Let's that the company hand-lettered card. These mod-
afternoon.Although bill*and enact laws Just aa the say
?yesterday the case was not real Legislature does every other 2 Persons Hurt As State Beverage Inter County Tel & Tel ... 54 in which you own stock wanted era> Coxey's Armies line up dally
Jackson Min Mart ........ 8'A' I to raise ISO million for use In anywhere from Alaska to
processed Mrs Green from received Saturday year. awards for the beat To Lewis-Bus Forms ........ 17'',4 I its business. Let's say that the Panama. They must use up I

a stern lecture R. Philip bill and the best senator and Two City Buses Collide Department ............. IS1/, company decided to do that by tons of material. The companies -
Municipal Judge
representative be presented. A. H. Robins............. 41% selling one million shares of Its which supply those cards
Haddock. Be ReviewedTALLAHASSEE ............... 48T.V. !%
Twenty-seven persons were Another bus, driven by Donald Taylor Inst stock at $50 a share through a should be good Investments.
Involved In an accident yesterday Elec Fund ........... 8.17 rights offering to its stockholders. Don't you agree?
J. H. Kegley Seeks when two city-owned Eugene Myers of 602 W. (AP) The Trans Gas Pipe Line ..... 21% A. You have an unusual Idea

buses collided on East Lime Quincy St, was headed east chairman of a governmental re Travelers ................. M1/'\ But let's say that those stockholders That's for sure. And, If all those
Street. 30 feet east of South on East Lime Street and had organization committee United Ilium .............. 39 buy only 800,000 of those picket signs were being pro
County Commission Seat Tennessee Avenue. Two persons stopped for a sign at South that a searching look will say be Universal Foods .......... .33 new shares The company has duced by just a few companies

were slightly injured. Tennessee Avenue as the bus taken at the State Beverage Department raised only $40 million $10 you might have come upon a !
J. H. Kegley today announced Locomotive Fireman and Englnemen Cpl. R. W. Miley said the driven by Shaffer made the but that it won't be a Latest 11 I.m. million less than It needs. Sucha real growth Investment.
his candidacy for the and the Polk County accident happened when Martin turn. There were eight grand Jury type inquiry. Close Price result of a rights offering Is But the truth of the matter is
Polk County Commission Central Labor Union. He LeeRoy Shaffer of 724 engers In Myers' bus pass Rep. Welborn Daniel of Lake not unusual. that the picket sign business Is

District One. U currently serving as chair Suwannee Ave., driving a bus, Myers drove his bus behind County said the group of liquor Air Reduction 85% MI" This Is where the underwritIng pretty well spread out among
"As a candidate for this office man of Lodge 823 BLF&E; south on South Tennessee the bus operated by Shaffer Industry representatives and former Aldens 29%) NS comes In. many companies pulp and
my first concern will a member of the Brother- Avenue made a left turn onto and when the lead bus stoppedto beverage directors would Allegheny Ludlum 41 41 V The company may have made paper, paint print shops, etc., f
I be the people of Polk County hood's general committee; East Lime Street. His bus had pick up a passenger the look for ways to reorganize the Allied Chem 55% 55% arrangements with a group of all over the country. It's a small
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'. especially those who work and COPE chairman for 17 passengers. ,, bus Myers' was operating department for greater efficien- Allied Stores 89%\ NS Investment bankers (brokerage part of the total business of any
d for wages, since I share and the Central Labor Union. He crashed into the rear of the Am Bosch 14'% 14% firms, etc.) to buy whatever one company In which you

know their problems" Keg- la a member of St. Paul's Trask Heads bus Shaffer was driving! Miley cy.The subjects to be studied will Am Cyanamid 62% 63 hares the stockholders did not might buy stock.
ley said in his announcement."In Lutheran Church. said Include the policies for awarding Am Home Prd 63% 63'/ buy. I Nice try. Keep thinking. I,

my opinion Polk Coun- Kegley Is married and the Neither driver was injured. liquor licenses; transferring Am Hospital 25 24% i
ty will feel the Impact of father of three children. The CampaignUnit Negro Lillian Hemingway of licenses; the tenure of the stat Am Mach "Frdy 17% 17% Latest JI a.m. Latest JI am

automation in its industries family lives at 502 Oriole 211 W. Quincy St., a passenger beverage director; and the cigarette Am Metal Prd 1914 19'/4 Close Price Close Price

during the next four years Drive.In his. announcement Keg For KellyGeorge In the bus operated by Myers tax collecting operation of Am Motor 18' HAm Great A & P Tea 38 361,4 Reynolds Met .otl 40y'
resulting In many problems Vieland and Margaret Herrlngton, 607 the department to determine Res ft Dev 22023% Greyhound 52% 53% Rhod Sel Trust 8%
named
not now contemplated by the ley Riemer. E. Charles St., riding In the whether It should be transferredto Am Seating 36% NS Grumman 4214 42 R. C. Cola 491 50144
people. Since the county 3304 Polk Ave. as his finance W. Trask will direct bus driven by Shaffer both the revenue commission.The Am Tobacco 28% NS IBM 585 591 Safeway Stores 593 591/4

commission Is the agency and campaign manager the "Kelly For Governor" were shaken up by the acci Issuance of licenses drew Am Tel 4 Tel 140% 141 lot Harvester 667 NS Scott Paper 373377

through which many of the campaign in the Lakeland some criticism and a grand jury Ampex m 15% IMC II 81/. Seaboard Air R 481 4814
powers of the state are exercised area. Sen. Scott Kelly announced dent.Miley charged Myers with Investigated allegations of irregularities Ariz Pub Ser 34% 34% Int Min & Chem 67187) Sears 1071 J07%

it needs men who have today. careless driving. Damage was In Polk County a few Armco Steel 74% NS lot Paper 32 32 Shattuck 151 NS
the proper perspective toward Kelly said estimated at $500 each to the months ago. However no indictments Atcha Top 28% 28% lot Tel & Tel 55155% ncl" Oil t l4344%
it is to the Lakelandb 53% 53% S. leGa.. NS 51'%
the people were returned. All Refin Jones t Laughlin 74 141.4
serve. The county commission u s I nessman ; Auto Can 13% 14% Kelsey Hayes 39>/ NS Southern a.t% 543k
has been buses.Lake Sperry Rand 18 18
must not be content to ap Avco 23% SH Kimberly Clark 62'4' 82Y.
pointed chairman Alfred Man Seeks Spiegel 31Va 31Va
live and let live; it must live Y of the Beneficial 58'/ Kerr-McGee 35% 353,4 Std Oil Cal %
and help live." | Beth Steel 3603W.. Korvette 34arSlegler 34Va :: 631I631:
Lakeland campaign Sid Oil Ind. %
Employed By ACL Commit Seat On School BoardLAKE Blaw-KnoX 301NS 14 14 Std Oil N. 1. 12 821/
Borg-Warner 46'/4 <*% ft 751731!%
v Llggette Myers
Sunray Oil 30Va 30y'
native of Ken-
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tucky Kegley and a attended Rowen tee.Trask is a ALFRED R. L. Polk County Toast Masters Brunswick: m 47 10'4Burlington %I Litton Inds 66% 67\4\ Tenn Gas Trans 20% 20'4

County schools and Mo.... m'r native of Polk I (Dick) Brumbaugh of Lake Club. 24 Lone Star Gas 221/ 22Y. Texaco 74y' 15

head State College. He Is County. His Alfred today announced his He Is a former member of Burroughs 233,4 59159'% Loral Elec 7'S Texas Gulf Sui NS 22%
ancestors were candidacy.for the Polk Coun- Cat Tractor P. Lorrlllard 44% "'y' Tidewater 3814 37y'
enrolled with the the Lake Alfred Boy Scout
presently 631
TRASKCountlana. school board District 4. Celanese 63 Madison Fd 19% NS Tractor 19r.
pioneer Polk Sup 19y'
LaSalle Extension University ty Committee; a former president
studying American law He Is co-owner of "My platform is one of efficient of the Beymer Memorial Chemetron 251h 25% Magnavox 38!/ 383,4 Union Baa NS....
Florida Sheet Metal Works business-like administration Methodist Church Men's Club Cites Ohio 89% 69% Marquardt 11% NS Union Oil 18% 18y'
and procedure.For 13 he I, and la president of Camp of our public of Winter Haven; and a for Chrysler 48% 4811.Cln Martin Marietta 18% 18% Union Pac 010% 40y'
the past years the Equipment Co., Inc.. and is schools," he said In his announcement mer vice president of the G. Elec 25 25% McCrory 12% 12\4\ Union Tank 36r. 37
, has been employed by also president of Polk Land Winter Haven Junior Chamber Cities Ser 65% 651/ McKesson 45 45 United Fin 30Ve 3014
Atlantic Coast Line Railroadas Coca Cola 132% 131 Merck 117% 111\4\
Management Corp. Brumbaugh 35, Is currently of Commerce. United Fruit 22% 2274
locomotive firemen's help Kelly said that Trask "Is office manager and assist Brumbaugh Is married and Colgate Psi 43 43 Minn. Hnwl 128'/4' J28% U.S. reds 11% ....
er and engineer. He has been typical of the of treasurer of the Growers Collin Rad 19% NS MMM 68 68 52 2y'
type successful ant the father of five children. U.S. Rubber %
Brotherhood of I. H. KEGLEY
active In the Columbia Gal 2814 28% Mont Ward 37% 37%
businessmen who are take Fertilizer Cooperative at The family lives at 460 E. U.S. Steel 57 57%
log an active interest in their Lake Alfred a post he has Thelma St., Lake Alfred. Com Credit 39y' 39y' Nat Biscuit 60% 80\4\ Upjohn 56158
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state government by supporting held for the put 10 years. Con Edison 837NS Nat Can 16:% 161,4 Vendo 1634 J7
me in this campaign. I He was previously employedby Con Foods 47" 41% Nat Dairy 67367% Warner-Lambert 261,1 2634
MERCURY am proud of this support." General Motors Corp. asa Consumer Pwr 453 \431/4 Nat Fuel 32% NS W. Air Brake 3333334
64
"By working with men like cost clerk, and for a year Cost Can 43343% Nat Gypscn 48 48N.t Westinghouse 34334. %
George Trask all over the was, employed by a firm of Cont 011 68 88 Tea IS'/' NS Winn I Dixie 30% 303'
state we expect to Instill in Orlando certified public ac- Ctrl Date 19 8014 la.Mohawk 50% 50Va Woolworth 7637714
Corn Prds 66% 68% Okla Gas fc Flee 2H'/4' 2HVa
all operations of state government countants. Xerox 87% 11%
Crown Cork 29 291,4Curtl..Wriaht Outboard Marine W/4 16\4\
the proven practices of
t Studied EconomicsHe Zenith Rod 847/e 84Y.
1 successful businessmen 18% 18% Pac Gas & Elec 32% NS
Pet 393'4 26'4
Occident
Trask resides with his wife Is a native of Illinois Den Rio R R 21Ve NS Pan Am Sulphur 25 25

the former Marilee Harper and a graduate of Kent State g: Soto Chem 12'NS Parke Davis 31'>% 31% 2 IN HELICOPTER

and their four children, at University at Kent, Ohio Pepper 531% NS Penney, J. C. 4d 1% NS SAIGON. Viet Nam (AP) -
1509 Clarendon. He is a member from which he received a Dresser lads 28% 28y' Pepsi Cola 50 50\4\ Americans
bodies of two
of the First Methodist bachelor's degree In business DuPont 260\4'\ 260-! Pfizer 48'/ 48Y. The

MAXIMUM LUXURY | starting $930ftIT Church and a member of its administration, majorIng Eastman Kod.c 1291,4 129Y. Phila Elec 3T/4 33'h whose while helicopter escorting crashed Defense Monday -

PRICE I at V f V Official Board; the Zoning In accounting and eco Gamble Skgmo 33% 33% Phillip Morris 72H 72% Robert S. McNamaraon
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A MEDIUM just Board of Adjustment and Appeal nomics. Ga Pac 82'4 M% Phillips Pet 48% 48% Secretary
M.M 41 S "M.ich hrtrictary frlc." ; the Lakeland Kiwanis He Is a member of the Gen Elec 90 10 helphs Dodge 67\% 87y' a field trip have been recovered -

Club and the Chamber of Lake Alfred City Commission Gen Foods 89% 90 Piper Air 46% NS authorities reported
Commerce.He ; treasurer of the First Gen Inst 12% NS Pit Plate Glass 63% 83% today.
CLAUDE JENKINS'See serves at a director In Baptist Church of Lake Alfred Gen Motors 841,4 ,8434 Proctor & Gamble 84% NS I Spec. 5 W.M. Wright Jr, of
the Roofing and Sheet Metal ; a member of the operating A Gen Tel Elec 32% 32'Ve Pub Srv Elec&Gas 76% 76't Phoenix City. Ala., and Pfc.
It at LI COLN.IEnCJ Contractors Assn, of Florida committee of Marina- Gen Time 11% 11" Pure Oil 44 44 John F. Shea of WUIimantlc
Gen Tire 24 24 aybestos Man 41% NS Conn. drowned when their helicopter -
and Is a director of the local tha Heights Christian Retirement
94)1' E. Main Lakeland, Fla. Ph. 682-6151 chapter of the Campfire Girls Home; and vice Gillette 34'Ve 34y' Rep Steel 44% 44Y. plunged Into the Bassac

of America. president of the. Imperial B. L. BRUMBAUGH W. a. Grace 51351!% R. .. Reynolds 39% 39"I. River 100 miles west ot Saigon.

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Friday: LAKELAND March 17. 1M4 LEDGE, Lee Remick STOP THIS NONSENSE I'M STAYING MIND 111'IT
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The ancient Holy Land INSTANT r Nj IT'S FRIDAY
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DRIVE-IN THEATRES Answer WILLIAM GLOVER 'POETDAYr

OPIN 6:1 J-SHOW TOOT : Associated Press Drama Writer

.i>'lt's The Nl.k By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. NEW YORK (AP-Ue Rem
T. G. Out T. A Movl.lTONIGHT I I- ick, best known for screen
II I CASE Wll: Laura T., py marriage than an 8th glamor drama roles, Is on the
I aged 29, is a beautiful housewife grade graduate musical comedy stage now-to \
SATURDAY I So what's wrong? her own surprise."I'd 11

"Dr Crane," she moaned, Well, college math and never even sung In the
a'd "my husband and I don't get foreign languages and history shower before," she says of her --

along at alL courses and even science new found soprano skill "It's P MY Pt10/LE ow THE DRUMMER 5 HUT-SUARCf Jn
Pint Dr''..-" Skmlnf "So I am planning to divorce classes seldom offer anything a marvelous feeling to discover CHAINEP UONSO aLAveoTHATS -/
At (:50drii him. But I hesitate tangible by which to ability you didn't suspect Ott'Mt NOW--I REYNNFNGW T HMV'
because nobody safeguard marriage. The titlan-tressed actress unveils i
In my Instead, college graduates the big sound In "AnyoneCan tttAsO.2st 80 ANRY '
family has receive a generalized knowledge Whistle," which is scheduled WILL 6IttP :
ever beeadivorced about many cultural for a, Broadway premiere
James garner topics, but are often as Ignorant March 25 at the Majestic T eater -
polly bergen. "Yet we of the sexual side of l

.-.--,-... fight all the marriage as the 8th graders Voice Is Loud ,,4.1.'t" L LYcURB P

"Irl ove on time each and oth get generalized For example knowledge a similar does ""I'm not sure how my voice I LW 38Qp

over er's nerves, not make you a skilled pianist would '*be technically described
either says Lee "but It'sloud
"' tlarllng"PLVt "Why has and there'll be no chest
our marriage Nor do you win golf championships
reached this Just by holding acollege I mikes" or other gadgets to help s .
DR CRANE I out. -
degree.
PLVt-AT f>M> teal point of dis- Miss Remick gives main mention -
MAY MILLAN9 IK for both college
aster we are *
to two men for her switchto
"THE RIVER'S EDGE" graduates?" INSTEAD you muat study warbling: husband Bill Col- orSQUEEZING' I VxJ'J.l NeveR CAn:1i MORE LIKE Ira !ITb5S

c._ the specific techniques for loran, who Is a television executive / THEM, 'n-/fM/ IP 'to txaJ'TStpllE IT akclC IN MiD

MIDNITI SPOOK SHOW! ALAS college educations etriking the proper black and and Herbert Greene, a TrIoRw THEM1.The WELL TICY IT'A6AIN #; ( l
don't offer much specific Insurance white keys at the piano or teacher who in the past decade '
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Tenlte Friday The 13th against unhappy driving and putting the golf has helped many stars become r *;
marriages.And ball, if you wish to excel Broadway vocalists.! P Mra |s*** tjsSfc V-
that Is a serious Indictment thereat 'BUl's been after me for
of higher education That's why this educational years and used to get furious Vl
for a college person SHOULD column In your dally newspaper with me for not trying to sing r /'l

.be _better prepared. for hap- offers more actual insurance ,'Greene made me believe I could
? against divorce, than 'do It."

TONITI fr TOMORROW your entire four years on a The young film star says also, .
TRIPLI HORROR SHOW Smash lilt! college campus! couldn't have lived with myself .y
for'
CAN YOU TAKI ITf UpynNow.hlr And I'm not exaggerating if I had passed this show r..ww ". w.l.aA.M= t .. r
nor trying to appear ego up-it's wild and unrelated to
.. .... 'THE BEST of HIM Alll"
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tistical. I'm stating a simple anything that's ever been writ-
"THE BRAIN_EATERS"T IRILLIANTISPECTACULAR! fact ten before" Which should bring
1
rat HILARIOUS! For in this column I let joy to author-director Arthur TMTA

HlTbuTsilUUS OF TAo Show you readers peer over my .aurenta and composer Stephen 840.fl ph eqp. WOMAN TnCad
shoulder at 111 actual cases Sondheim.
ef BDA.b OUT
JONOTHAN DRAKE" each year, most of which Miss Remick was briefly on -
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Cbamp'esilIVIRT
Mwt .1.! M v Only deal with marriage child Broadway in "Be Your Age" in = TuRly
A" Ttr N*. 1.-Attour ..:N problems and similar "hu 1953 when she was 17. After that 1 1J
.
Nest Will t man relations" dilemmasthat came three years of dancingand
"THE HEADLESS
sabotage happiness.For acting in stock troupes, fol-
GHOST"I example, did you ever lowed by 10 Hollywood movies s
I obtain the medico-psycholog "There have been a few nudges -
ical facts In four years of along the way for other stage
ii1i&iTONIGHT college that are Included In work, but I Ignored them."
> I the terse sex booklet men- "Anyone Can Whistle" en-
tioned below? tered her life last Jul:'.

& SATURDAYMUSIC4k I Chip On Shoulder :'.!:!'::;;;;: .
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DID ANY college course "When I heard It was goingto "
: :: .If'1:' e M O explain to you the precise have a lot of real singer-type I Man Leaves Dog Is BlamedIn
\ formula for informing a foster music I said, 'I love you all for '
child of,Its adoption? thinking of me, but goodby' I Large Estate
Did you ever hear of the she says. StrangulationSTILLWATER
fT. "ESTERLY ARMORY Ponce de Leon complex In By August she'd been persuaded I I To Landlady
fj i climacteric husbands In any to meet Greene.
Minn. (AP
) -
NOW th.u other place than this column "I walked Into his studio with I DENVER (AP-Harold Pol-
: Mil l.'c :'Iy ," j, MONDAY ? a large chip on my shoulder I lock, 70, a retired accountant, Her pet dog was,blamed Thursday
1__ TII.....r v.u.." :''I. ; NIGHT ot a <... Sun.) Or the needless worry of He told me to sing I said I never Stars lived In Mrs Eunice West'; for the strangulation death
.tilt It I hewn. I.IS Only ; J....; N. Su.d.f Night Skw millions of women over the had and didn't know any apartment building for the last: of Victoria Aronson, 6.
MATINIEs-.sot.lJO p.M.
Chit Al.h..e.Nit z .
"' ..m :..:,::: ." Sv*. ItlOPM. ."< S:00 P.M. menopause? songs He said 'Everybody does I 10 yean. The girl, with a scarf about
I i Neither In high school nor A bachelor, he liked to watch
p RESIRVEO SEATS Ever hear "God Bless America I her neck with her
was playing
a:s so..'' A' all yoIV $200,1211, Si.50 ft $.00 college have you studied ?" So that's what I did television on her set
"N All sus'C ..eEnna ," 1. Clllle o Un_ II"ALP such basic facts as "How to and now I think I'd rather sing. Impel Pollock died last Dec. I, leaving -Labrador. Investigators said the
.IIC' lAT. I'M' .M. Prevent Impotence" yet thatis than anything else." I Inllli a $428,915 estate mostly in, dog playfully grabbed the end ot
A D... one of the classical problems Sharing the limelight with stocks. Records in Denver, the scarf between his teeth anddragged
It'. Gt ,(' CHOICE SEATSAVAILABLE of almost all married Miss Remick are Angela Lans- By Carroll Righter County Court showed Thursdayhe the girl about 70 feet
couples after the age of 45. bury and Harry Guardino also I left all but. $12,900 to Mrs through snow The child was

9"t : ST TAMrl-It.nt MTI c.ntr-.!l NMIArm.ry hnwn'Av* Son Who. professional Medical, dental schools and teach other newcomers to the musical i West.. .. ._ '" .. .._strangled.by the scarf.____ -:
CLI">V_TIR Sort stage.'
'" tW INFORMATION MllltVATIONI their J students SPECIFIC
TAMPA 251.1817 strategy for handling actual I
cases in everyday life. FRIDAY MARCH IJ, 1M4 Miller's House
Arts New'Bug'Poisoning Halfway
--- Liberal colleges simp
GENERAL TENDENCIES: the day, tit down with some

COMING MARCH 26TH WALT ly give without generalized reference cultural You can tune In on almost associate and discuss matters Halfway Bstwein lakeland and Mulberry e* i FI,. A,..
training to
I III I I I I I anything that la right and get of policy, etc. Know what they
DISNEY "A TIGER WALKS"DOORS actual cases or practical domestic what you actually desire the expect Follow through with

and factory problems. AmericansATLANTA most. You would be wise to your end of any bara.in.UBRA COCKTAIL TIME fJVSlSlet : o
Send for the booklet "Sex I contact the one of whom you I
OPEN DAILY 12:45 Problems in Marriage" enclosing are most fond since a very October 22)(September Adding Comfort 23 to i Ifr new Mixe'ejltf fsvtrlfe rfrlnkf
a long stamped prepare your
return
(AP-A curious romantic is
atmosphere now
and beauty to abode, office or
envelope plus 20 cents group of food organisms has 'present Good also for what-
f and see how this newspaper food poisoning the ever has to do with wherever you spend most of Dinner Served from 5:00 P.M.
! NOW SHOWING insures on rise In the art music your time, I II fine now. Bigwigs -
your marriage far United States and other countries spirituality and like and will be impressed and
more from than a four-year. diploma delegates to a national kindred matters Be compas- you advance. Keep In tune STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN
Shows At 1:003:035:12.7:21.9:36ADULT college.Rutledge conference at the Communicable sionate. with your planet
ENTERTAINMENT Disease Center have been told. ARIES (March 21 to April SCORPIO (October 23 to PRIME RIBS FRI. and SAT NIGHT '

Dr. Kenneth W. Newell professor 19) Secret discussions with November 21) Getting appointment
Hails of epidemiology at those In the HO RESERVATIONS NEEDED
Tulane world of affairs set up for week-end fun
University, called for a bring desired results, but do or furthering of creative talents
DEAN :- "Who's seen British selective attack on the disease. not confide In others later. is Important today There Phone 6832796iiiEf
EasingOf
N I The organism called Human One you thought was unfriendly li a need for talent at this
I
MJsT steeping to My8ed? \ Salmonellosis, often causes vomiting Is a true pal. Be happy. time. Profit by such demand. _

r' THE HOTTEST QUESTION OF THE DAY Import: BarsThe diarrhea, and abdominal TAURUS (April 20 to May SAGITTARIUS (November

III"r', i I. TECHNICOLOR PANAV1SIOM ramps 20) Any opportunity to be 22 to December 21) You have
"i i .A10I.Oa_ liberalization of restrlctlons Poultry Centrals Suggested with friends today should not the cooperation, approbationof r

,. 11 on the importation of some Newell suggested controls on be passed up, since new understanding family now so be sure to [ 0 0Just
s II.Il Airm MMTW JU citrus products Into Great Britain domestic and benefits are In push your plans through Be
4aw poultry as the first
MONTGOMERY'BALSAM ST.JOHN the offing Realize your de
described
1. was by Robert W step to curb the disease I practical and you quickly add
sires. Is
A ....,L. CONCENYC$00.MI--TOW.-I Mffi..... BURNETT, Rutledge executive vice presl A report by two Canadian exports yours Accept what rightfully to present security. Show enthusiasm
dent of Florida Citrus Mutual Dr. J. A. Yurack efficiency.
as "an Important breakthrough and GEMINI (May 21 to June CAPRICORN tell us how much you need to pay
FREE KIDDIE TOMORROW MORNING Dr. E. W. R. Beat, said "study (December 22
in the barriers which have been of a large number of human 21) Some Important j rejectrequires to January 20)) Forget that this old bills, for home Improvements, car
raised against us for so many foods on the market, public assistance, so Is Friday the 13th and step
particularly be sure to It repairs for all
years. egg-containing processed get through right out Into the teeming world of your seasonal expenses.
The change In policy which methods. You have a way business and make Phone for
foods revealed now
many Salmonella prompt courteous service.
TONITEI FRIDAY THE 13TH was announced yesterday will 4pes." with big-wigs. Convince them reas. ;
by being ,
remove all restrictions on the very charming tacts. Don't
The experts noted "a steadyand neglect professional
logical. LOANS
UP
TO
$600
importation of frozen
orange appointments.
marked Increase In the re-
MOON CHILDREN Tune 22
MIDNIGHT SPOOKSHOW concentrate 'ported Incidence of Human Salmonella to July 21) Any new venture AQUARIUS (January 21 to
"We still have work to do In infections" you may be contemplating has February It) You are able to IImiIIDflNANCI
persuading Britain to ease the Authorities In the field from every chance of success If you find Just the right interests
restrictions on canned and proc- Canada and England, and the start now Be sure you con- that bring In added revenue
essed grapefruit I ," Rutledge World Health Organization, Geneva tact as many experts as possible now. Get down to fundamentals .
pointed out. "However, we are Switzerland, are participating They can give Invaluable and you have a true SERVICE, INC.
very happy over today's ruling. In the three-day session help advice. abundance. Show friendly attitude of Lakeland!

WE DARE'YOU TOCOMA which follows eight years ot LEO (July 22 to August 21)) toward others. 209 East Lemon Street Ground
Floor ., ,MU 2.7183
unremitting effort on the part PISCES 20'
(
A very accurate accounting on February to .
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DEEP
of Mutual and many other organizations SOUTH March -
will 20) You are able to .. .
your part Impress partners go -- -- .. ..
within the Industry Cape Horn the southernmost favorably. They then cooperate after what you desire with --
BURN as well as Individual processors point of South America, on an more enthusiastically true courage and get fine results -
BlackBURN "This action comes at a good land off Chile's Tlerra del Be sure you also Increase now. Get the cooperationof
WITCH time and could have an Influence Fuego was discovered la 1616 harmony at home with mate allies Dress well and you GRAND OPENINGFriday
SUNDAY on the successful marketIng by the Dutch navigator Schouten. kin In PM make a good Impression on
of the Valencia crop and the It was named after the city VIRGO (August 22 to Sep others.IF .
concentrate Inventory." of Hoora In Holland. tember 22) At intervals during YOUR CHILD IS BORN March 6th, 1964

CAN TODAY, he or she can be

YOU JT" .-**! quite successful life because OT
TIM/t Sellers Scott' there Is fine Judgment hereas STEAK HOUSEAll
I NOW SHOWING Peter George C. well as Intuitive faculty

AT THE that is quite accurate. Be sure ( SPooks Charcoal
: Broiled)
r ; /v Stanley Kubrick's : \ that the education Is planned
carefully to take In the academic Open 5 P.M. OPEN TO THEPUBLIC
Dr Strange oveSwrKuMdi the ethical and the I Close-You Time It
e3r \ spiritual. Get your progency erabetter
3jt e.wMr.wNOPEN ," .
Interested in
'1 Y1 I1:4S Ol: Now 1 learned TI Stop WanyIIIg so that a fine sports physical carry,body too here yet Com One _

r' SHOWS AT.,.. bI lull And.tan. The Bomls" at :s can be maintained throughoutthe yourbreakfast Com All

1 liti .r]} his-Ill .t I\! ': lifetime. with us. B.Y.0.6.Food .

L- ',17 the 1I0t.llII suspense come.fi *
; .1 >so't .;; I Ilail ISLE OP MANY NATIONSThe At Its BestIt

f IJ1 a SOONi"MAIL island of Sicily was occupied We Cater To'portles

:8 ratswas scull >] J la turn by Greeks, Car-I A Sandwich Or A Meal

Jii. o Id1' thaginlans Romans, Byiantines.. NO COVE CHAS.GI NO MINIMUM
ORDER Saracens, Normans, Hohenstauf-
DRIVE-IN THEATRE = Ifayden 1IftnanW'JM Sim fk1n._at1.Irate: Nv ens, Angevin Arsgonese and Phone 682-9W for Table Reservations

LAKELAND BRIDE" ,Peter George I Terry Soithen .t".2':..=.51. StanleyKulr I Spanish.of Italy It is now officially apart HihweJ #-iL.k.oWMn Lekoland.





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( LEDGER. Friday. March IS MI III
uNUS tor1 liX) SHOULD HAVE HAD OH..NITHE RE! 'ec5,51RI)0ATADIFFERENCE! ) !i !:

DEAR ABBY. YOU A UJESfWIO) HAVE MAO YOU 1 I
Q I, THE 5/DE/ TIME Ate!!'NH01L MAYBE WE CAIN PITCHING FOR us YEAR5 AGo!. I,

What'uGUr problHor START WINNING A Kb) GAMES! __ I

u" sarlsrol ,.pty, ,nits :

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Sadly MistakenAbby; Coll4. mid Include S

.. stomped Mwlopo. LrIJ .

Abby answers all J
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Abigail Van Buren I I '"". ... I w

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I am 18 years old and five months of DEAR ABBY sawed oft Tints ask
pregnant. The father : Why do all the little KIN YO'CAstt TI415? 6ASP.V- FOR TWO MILLION DO LIKE OTHER AWR oHT. ClMML

my baby Is marrying me pretty soon but neither of Uf wants' tall women for dates? I am a woman who .Is S'8", and it AH'LLTAKE IT IN DOLLAW //-VOU'D NEED A FREIGHT MILLIONAIRES DO.!; FIt / GENTS -

the baby. We can't afford It and besides 1 don't want to stay TRAIN IT AND LJUST ,
seems that all the runty men went to date me. I have gone out (QUARTERS ftI TO CARALLTNAT ((9ANK ,
married to this boy the rest of my life. (Just long enough to TIN.. TAKE ENOUGH
have the baby.) I am wondering if one of your leaders wants with men half a head shorter than myself because I didn'tknow FOR A WEEKS

a baby. If they pay my hospital bijl\ they can have mine. how to turn them down without' hurting their feelings (I u ulo EY.PENSESl.1

MADE A MISTAKE Don't they realize that a woman feels ridiculous walking

DEAR MADE: Get In touch with your Family !Service down the street with a man who is shorter than herself? Please

Agency, or a reputable adoption agency. They conduct a thorough put this In your column, Abby, so those little squirts wiU pick e
lI 1 1h
Investigation of all applicants who wish to adopt babies la on someone their own size. j

order to assure the babies of good homes. You've already LIKES 'EM TALL

wade one mistake. I urge you not to make another. by DEAR LIKES: It may surprise you to learn that not all

handing over your baby as you would a puppy or a kitten to women share your point ef view. A short man who asks a tall _

anyone who has a few dollars. woman lor a date Is paying her a great compliment. He assumes /cad h '

that she has the Intelligence te measure a man for s / ; I'

DEAR ABBY: I am 14 and I hate school How do I get what he Is not for how much of him there appears to be. --- ------.- .-- -
kicked out?
WELL INTRODUCE MOON FEEL AT BESIDES.WHO "3' SAY
SICK OF SCHOOL HOME
WANTS TO WORRY: H THAT
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DEAR SICK School haters CONFIDENTIAL TO J. R.s A man who Is pulling his own MAID AND MAKE HER L AAGAIN.
: need advice en how to stay I WANT YOU TO INVITE FEEL AT HOME rA51 Wit ARE ABOUT A DAME
In, not on how to get kicked out. Stay with It. You'll recover. weight seldom has any left over to throw around.PUZZLE SOME OP YOUR YOUNG WITH HORNSS
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I \t -/ State Cage Tourney Henley Field

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Opens Play Today


>4 OH MircH ntnrit ctary 'rln I GAINESVILLE (AP) Cam- afternoon, Class A and Class Tilt At 1:30
t tf, bellton and Lake Placid faced AA In the evening
off this morning in the opening This afternoon defending

game of the State High School ,champion Milliard and Lakeland Baseball Lakeland variety, opens lu season officially here .

Basketball Championship. Santa Fs paired off to com tomorrow at 1:30: p.m. at Henley Field when the Detroit Tigers
Following that opener in ClassC plete the Class C semifinals and
Zephyrhills and Madison Class B rounded out with Mount and Minnesota Twins square off
t World's Durability ChlUDpiu...all were matched in I Class B Dora vi. Malone POT the Tigers it will be an important contest as Frank
sidelined for two seasons by an ailing arm and shoulder
semifinal Class A semifinals matched Lary
I with a record for high resale! By midnight the finalists in Riviera Beach against Malone will do the first inning stint He will be followed by a pair

I CLAUDE JENKINS9 all four classes will have been and Daytona Beach Seabreeze of righthanders obtained from Kansas City In the Rocky Cola.

selected They will play for titles against Palatka.In oils deal-Dave-- Wickersham and Ed Rakow.
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It. LL .. EIICUIIV; Saturday. Class AA tonight, It .U Tampa Chuck Meson, Jim Kaac and
141 t Main lakeland, Fla. Ph. 4821 SI Gas C and Class B cham Hillsborough vs Pensacola farmhand Dave Boswell will do, ager Gail Henley won low net
plonshlp games will be In the and Miami Senior vi Cocoa w the hurling for the Twlni On in the man.,1era-coachea.coull, :

e Sunda) when the two teams division with 8615-71. Scout
clash In Orlando, Phil Rega. Bernie deVtveiroe" was low gross
winner with
a 414081.
f Dennis McLam and Dick Egan
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makes your 45el will go for Detroit with Lee Following the golf tourney
the Tigers, officials, press and
Mw II Stange Bill Plels and Jim Perry
favorite drink u. r hurling for Minnesota farm managers were enter
w Tomorrow's opening wUI be tallied at Jimmy Musso'i firm
+ In the annual Chamber
even better. TIGER STARTER-frank Levy will lost Mi arm tomorrow replete with the president 01 Commerce-sponsored barbe of
Joe Cro-
t who he specs fee Ski D.tMil Tigers .(aim eke Minnitoto Twins the American League. cue. The affair featured barve
.t 1 10 ,m. .t Henley Flold. The rlgKHioiiair has boas hemp- sin, on hand to assist In the cued steaks,, east core and
of the season. Tommy
opening
end h on silica arm for tw. sees but Nom kit arm in the Detroit oysters.
former Tiger
Wit condition In twe ,**... H. will k. followed by U Rakow Bridges and a residentof The Tigers were to turn .
great
pitching played this aft
a squad *
1AM end Diva Wlck.r>k.m. (ledger phase by Hujh.l) Lakeland will lose tilt the ernpon, giro.

aOa K awl lint ball.Manager. V.ett fcwfoit Is playing on
Chuck Dresses laid
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UM road, a equad of Tigers will
his "regular Uueup"
would
he use remain here to practice Some
\ a A for tomorrow for most 01
.. .., I I "B" games may be scheduled
I Jur. .y. the game: Bill Bruton Don Demeter and Tiger farm team Syracuseand
and AI Kalme In the outfield -
Knoxville will play here
Cash Jerry Lumps
; Norm when Detroit la
w' eauASOE on the road
Dick Me Auliffe and Don Wert
There will be admission chargefor
infield; Bill Freehan catcher
the farm .
games.Matheney's
Yesterday, the Bengali took
only a light workout before engaging -
In the annual Tiger golf
y tl tourney at Cleveland Heights 69

j STRAIGHT, BOURBON WHISKEY KI TROOP golf course. Bill Freehan won Paces FSC WinLed

6_ THC ss sic N DISTILLING CO. INC. .KM**.-N. V. fikm, IH JimUlt C* Friday, March 13. lSM<< U the player'i division with a low
gross of 36-37-73 over the par-
a S 72 layout. He also had a low by freshman Grover
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Matheney's
net score of 70 but low net wa
(Tryouts Tomorrow divided between four players at College's golf team won a declsive .

72-McAuliffe, SI.9-72, Rakow 23-2, medal-play match
For Kathleen Loop 819-72, Doug Gallagher, 86-1+- over Stetson University yesterday '

I KATHLEEN 72; and Pete Craig 106-34-72 .
Tryouts are
Freehan had the longest drive Playing over the Cleveland
GENERAL Special Factory Purchase GENERAL scheduled at I p.m. tomorrow 290 yards Heights Golf end Country Club I
for the Kathleen Pony League. In the press-radle-TV division course, Southern all but closed

I All boys, ages 13 and H, In Bob Seheffing, former out Stetson to register its first

Makes This Sale Possible TIRE the Kathleen area are_ urged Tiger manager and now a TV victory against one defeat It ,
IJL I Ito announcer won with a C4..n- was the third consecutive loss
be hand for the
1A on tryouts 83. Ernie Zelnler had low net. for Stetson

Open 7:30 .m. te 6 p.m. ai there are still many openings 87-14-73, while Ernie Harwell Matheney carded a 33 on the

daily. Sat. till S p.m. I on the teams. had the longest drive, 23S! first nine and did not pick up

The tryouts will be at the yards. hit first bogey until the 16th
BRAND NEW GENERAL S. T. M. 10WAYCAR Kathleen Pony League field at Former Lakeland Tiger' Man- hole. He went one over on the

the junior high schoolTHURSDAY 17th and finished with a par for
the tea m'. flnt round under 70
2 UnknownsPace this season.

"I MONTIv Teammate Don Richard carded '
Th. AHMI.M fr.MweCITIII
NYLON WHITEWALLS CARESPECIAL M....-Dick PronchI4t a 72 followed by Ed Cerlanl,
"...,....... *.|., wtMlnM, VMIIIJo. St. PeteST 74, and Scudder Graybeal, 75.
i W.lott. I4t c........ NJ. ... I Stetson's lowest round "was

turned in by Skip Beckwith
PETERSBURG (AP) -
with
a 77.
than Blackwall Prices! WrestlingSAT. I The St Petersburg Open lived i The scoring Is ai follows:

at far less up to Its reputation through the DM II......... .ne., ,....tH_Skip,...,
first round the golf tourna- OKOwltn IMUan a.1 M
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NITE 8 PJM. ment of the longshoU,. the ill .O.n..__. .nitre t.-'pftc, ..,*O MmnPOO. ..MtM.
'young and unknown. o.fMtoOo.ary o.mpwn, tttwi,
You've never seen such money-saving prices on i LAKELANDARMORY I A youngster from the plain awM" ', ewL/12.. n. :ieck.!l"i.r

famous, quality-built General WHITEWALLS. We made of eastern Carolina and a West :5 utMn.e a'*-d.r..d Vii R,.harO .Cere rO nee:
real purchase from the '- Virginian who plays little tournament .rfMMOHWIOHMIt, ... a.ekwrh .IS..sue. .bWn.
a money saving factory..sowe 30. .. G..M.' ..... rte ....d.
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j can equip your car with brand new full 4-ply more golf led the field Into .n.r=.. -, dNNMah11.M I ti Milk
WHITEWALLS now..at big savings. r --. GERMAN'S the second round today. ..i.L..O.

Come In early. while we have your size. Just say more safety, more MANAGER Bob Harrison the North Carolinian tN
"charge It." Take months to 1 l who plays out of Palm
pay. driving pleasure
GENTLEMANSAUL Desert, Calif., and Mike Krak Mocs To Engage
..8 I the ex.West Virginia Universitygolf

THIS WEEK ONLY ONLY great who is a club pro .t Stetson Netters
Oceanside, N.Y., shot fwe-un
... MUST WRESTLE
All .1<1.
IIIId.ors- 50 I der-par 67s Thursday. Florida Southern College
BRAND NEWFACTORY N.escapllsnaa. 2 DORAN O'HARAIN ::1 National Open champion Jul tennu team will play Stetson
I rRESriNO .spa SINGLE MATCH i us Borne shot a two-under-par University here at 10.30 I m
: 70, three strokes behind. tomorrow on the FSC campus
COMPLETEWE Th. Von greases are torrid II Jack Nicklaus, the defending courts. '
FOR FORD SECONDS from tokolond Armory and Masters and PGA champion amthis This will be the second match
REJECTS WILL: muil remora ...hi". city limit. win of the season for the
NO year's leading money young
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By TED MEIER teams In the AP Top Ten. Duke CUSCADEN PARK, TAMPA

ARTHUR DALEY Associated Press Sports Writ r is No. 3 and Villanova No 7. -Ronnie Wade will hurl for the,
and he'll be IImIlDetbe
28
years old on UCLA and San Francisco rls t Their game shapes up alone
:Vtfa TJorl than.ST. Sunday, Unlike the Lakeland Dreadnaughts here to-
general of the best along with the ones
college basketball's longest cur
PETERSBURG When I conception of left bander-;. he 'rent winning streaks tonight and I at Corvallis Utah State upset'night at 7:30: when they clash
Harry Vardon was the reign.. has control and Is with the Lions In Western
remarkabh Arizona Stale and Seattle surprised King I -
'the Bruins and the Dons bop< 9.8
leg ruler of the links a hall> consistent with hp
a superb short the Friday the 13th Jinx won't t Oregon State In Tuesday's Conference baseball game.
century ago the brusque, game His weakness
one
i Isi first round.
knock them out of the NCAA,
Britisher was told about a i off the tee because he ]Ju.t Duke ha* won six straight like The Dreadnaughtt will be
championship tournament. Merc 110
promising young golfer who i, can't even come close to { Creighton which hopes to overcome seeking to map a four-gam

happened to be left handed."A matching such booners as I Unbeaten UCLA, to -ranked I Wichita and All-America losing streik. They play at

left hander?" snorted i Jack Nicklaus and Arnold NICI CATCH-Mi.. (Until Ho.'". *f Alma, Ohio, noldt v, In the final Associated Pre .I, Dave Stallworth. I Brandon Tuesday In a Group withcompetitors'

Vardon. "Never saw one who; Palmer. eke 7-o*..iid, 1-avnc black. H" ski Muk whll flthlni Led poll its 27th of the straight season against will try Seattle fo, Steve Courtln. Billy Oakes and 4 game, returning to Henley

was worth a damn." The popular impression over jMllMiw ..t .f L..I,'. FiiMn' C.Ift' She wn Uhi"l lor specks Jim Boyle combined for 69
In the Far West ReglonalsCorvallls at. Field March 20 to host the
It was summary dismissal ofIn the years is that golf courses sad .ot Mil ki( lasher .......... Ore. San Francisco, points to offset Rick Barry's 35
outlander In have been hand.tailored for as St. Joseph's whipped Miami Robinson Knights
a right hand .
goes for Us 19th In a row again
right handers FISHINGHUNTINGAuburndale in the NIT. Bobby Gates will be the catcher. -
Similarly
ed sport It was a reasonably deliberately or Utah State at the same place. Happy
accurate estimate, too. No otherwise and that lefties are Two Other Streaks Halrston and Barry Kramer The lakeland Infield: Joe 9.5 hpfishing

southpaw swinger had ever unduly penalized. This is entirely Kansas State and Princeton combined 49 points offset DaveBina' Shelnut Ib; Larrell Willis 2b;
the of Yankee Man 31 In NYU'l 'a
come close to challenging lolf.don'l opposite also will try to extend respectable triumphover Elwood DuVal ss; Kenny Deal
Stadium which gives all the Syracuse.
elite. A I
stray club winning streaks as the
advantages to the southpaw Semifinals 3b. In the outfield will be

championship Is about the swingers. Is there anything to ,NCAA takes over the spotlight Evansvllle and Akron won the Mickey Pennington Rob e r t
most any of these rare birds after the victories of NYU and motor
Gets $500 BassBy Moore and Ken Titus
could this theory? semifinals of the NCAA small
hope to achieve. St. Joseph's, Pa., In Thursdanight's
college at Evansvilleand The Dreadnaught. play Western -
But "Not as far as I ever discovered opening of the NIT I In tourney
everythIng now Is
will for the Conference Friday -
meet champion on
said the man from games
New York. NYU defeated
|?anged. Bob Charles of New Syra.
Zeala.,.. the ,||c4et| portslder down under. "Any pro learnsto FRED W. JONESFishingHunting cuse 77-68 and St. Joseph's beat ship tonight. Evansvllle defeat and Group 4 games on
maneuver the ball. He can ed State College of Iowa 8267 Tuesday. Group 4 team with
ever Pl'Olluced| Miami of Florida 8676.
t Pool In Cow Pasture fade It or draw It. I am Editor and Akron beat North Carolina the best won-lost mark In Group Mire
110 Is
brought hope and self K State goes after Its 12th the lightest out
respect to, forced to believe that it all straight against Texas Western A&T 57-48. 4 I games only will clash with the board In the 10 hp class ever

minority lass the downtrodden evens up over the course ofa Just as we sat down to start writing this column, Tim in the Midwest Regional at Pan American of Texas the Ocala area winner In a playofffor buiit Yet It p.rform.llk. a 12
ajon. Nat only Asher of Lundy's Fish the north end of Lake Julian. defending champion moved into a berth In the Class AA '
.. did he room up antung the top round. Camp on Wichita Kan., and Princeton hp trolls like a 3 hp and weighs

money winners but he won "Wait a minute. I can thinkof na, called In to 'tell us that Kenneth Graham of Auburndalehad strives for its 10th In a row omght's semifinals. of.the.NA1A tourney 'I like a 5 hp outboard.

one of the most prized of all ono exception. It's the 13th Just received a call from Jimmy Musso confirming the against Connecticut In the East tourney at Kansas City by de. Mire 110 bilincn pirfactly

championships, the B r I 111 s h hole at Augusta in the Masters tagged bass he caught a few days ago was worth $500 I Regional at Raleigh. NC feating Mansfield, Pa, 82-69. Mat the transom. You don't hive to

Open the great Vardon favo- This is the doglegged par-5! This Is the first fish carrying a tag of this high value Rounding out the second round tockhurst, Emporla State and Events Set (tens seer the back of the boot

rite dish of tea-or tee. and a rlghthanded hitter can caught In the area this year so far and oddly enough it was play in the NCAA tonight Is Carson-Newman also advancedto At Haven to clamp It on. .. risking the

This could start a new trend hook his tee shot to get aroundthe one of the fish tagged for the SchliU contest last year)II Duke vs. Villanova at Raleigh the round ,of four.Daytona ArmoryWINTER chance of falling In the drink.

dog leg while a lefty such Wichita vs Creighton at Wichita Mire poser plants are high
among natural left banders. I These "old" fish-those tagged for previous contests-are
HAVEN A tag nough to be at lust as high n
Most switch al myself has to fade. Everyone worth S25 each of few which and KentucRy vs. Ohio Unlv
to righty when now with the exception a are Races team match girl midgets and the tnntom. Unlike compiO
they take up golf, with Ben knows you can get more : worth the $300. Graham was lucky enough to latch onto one of and Michigan vs. Chicago Loyola two single events are slated live outboirds, It keeps Its I
distance with a hook than witha the defending champion, i In
Hogan as a prize example. them! for tomorrow' wrestling card power dry.

When Bantam Ben first ventured slice. And he also told us fishing had been "spotty" the past the Mideast Regional at Minneapolis. -Attract at the Winter Haven Armory. Mire 110 has a tilted powir.
little Top
It to
was a surprising
on the links, the only few days, and that fishermen were picking up a few bans ;Jail { The bouts begin at 8:30 head that prevents lull "puddling" .
clubs he could afford to buy learn that the Idol of all left Loyola. No. Iin he AP poland pm.
along. He believes the specks have already bedded doing It at any spud. It Idlis and
were right handed because handed golfers had played In Texas Western each have The main attraction has world

left handed sticks were special the Masters for the first time by spells and In small numbers all along for the past several won seven straight and their 'Cycle RidersDAYTONA tag team champion Skull or trolls misfiring smoothly on without"raw" fast flooding The

and costly. So he resigned as an amateur in 1958. This weeks. play against I second-ranket 'I Murphy and Brute Bernard facIng 1I..d.j.t| carburetor Is on the

himself to playing right hand year he will be one of the bet. John Miller, of John's Fishing Camp also on the north Michigan and Kansas State will Eddie Graham and Cowboy front of the motor toward the

ed. Didn't do badly either. ter attractions there as the end of Lake Jullanna sends In a photo of A. T, Gibson of be watched with Interest. Mich. BEACH An Bob Ellis. Tim Woods winnerof boat, ., not on the fcick. You \

Charles Is currently In town British Open champion.' Bartow and a friend from West Virginia with a beautiful igan and Kentucky fourth. even 100 motorcycle experts more than 200 amateur don't have to lot In the watir

for the St. Pete open, one of H* won that glittering title string of specks caught at night with light. ranked both were defeated I In will go to the post Sunday In matches, will wrestle Hiro Matsuda when normal service Is nqulnd
the 200, for
the stops on the winter tour. after lie and young Phil Rodgers Miller adds: "Most of the other speck fishermen didn't their last regular season games the Daytona$12,000 and 101 shooting national The program opens with Mere 110 his a unique GildsAngli .
_
of the United States had J Top Teams Play Jerry London meeting Duke
that lets It slide
He asked how he design
was escapedthe up
fate which befell Bantam tied at the end of 72 holes, a Ie TaMPa p.c.. .cc see tlo.voss III 5.hcl.e....... '.H. .....,.".. I".....154.rusu i 5.,5 0., 41 81.<.1.m...I a"o MM.a.'c II... The Duke-Villanova. clash, like points The that list go Includes to the winner.all the Keomuka. and aver unmn obstacles. .
Ben. the New Zealander shooting ......., _. .._ 'II ..MM -. IS ...... Michigan! Loyola, Involves entry Darling Dagmar 88 pounds over sandbars and through

successive rounds of 68, 72, top names In motorcycle racng of Winston Salem N. C., will shallows. No need to tilt It by
"I didn't escape at all," said do so wed except for tagged specks One was caught by Mrs. among them being Dick
take hand. cornets Itsilf whin
66 and 71. In the playoff he on Pittsburgh's Baby you
the slim New Zealander. "I Wanda Clark visitor from another by Rocky Kathleen Mann national
a Michigan
bad a 69 and a 72. ; Nine present champ; Cheryl 84 pounds, In the girl hit dup wattr again. Thiri's
did the reverse because I'm Gray son of Buddy Gray of Tampa. George Roeder Mann's runner- midgets match.Kathleen. no protruding nose on the frontto

naturally right handed as well "I went to work"In a bank "Buddy and another son, Dan, fished for bass and each up; Dick Klamfoth, three-time harvest weeds, snag rocks or

as right eyed right footed and after high school, he said got five. Jim Frazier of Tampa and Bob Canaval of Auburn- Faces 2 FoesDADE national champ; Bart Market plow sand. It his no shear pins

right everything. But my parents "and saved my money. My dale each caught three fish and each had one Schlitz tag ." former national champ; Ralph Tryouts .. s live rubbir safity clutch
handed and dad gave me some more and White protects the on Impact. .
played left 1963 winner and such prop
Miller thinks the have NOT bedded but
In 1958 I seven months specks as yet KATHLEEN The Kathleen
that meant the 'only clubs I spent CITY The Kathleen top aces as Jody Nicholas larry Mire 110 his Jit. .
a Prop se
touring the U.S. and Europe. thinks they should anytime If this warm weather continues. Dixie Boys' League, ages S-I2
had available when I was a Williamson Dick
High School Red Devils fresh Hammer hauit systsm. The sxhiuit Is
"The bass are In the and bedding, he adds.A will have at 2 tomorrow
In 1959 the New Zealand Golf grass tryouts p.m.
small boy were the left hand from their opening baseball victory Nell Kenn, and Gary Nixon. find through the center of ttsspropeller
Association sent me to South third camp operator on Lake Jullanna Bob Chipman at the Kathleen field
ed ones they owned. Haines will be The AMA Classics were hub.burying the
"When I was a boy I was Africa for the Commonwealth of Fish Haven Lodge also reports slow speck fishing but has seeking over to add two City more, win scheduled to have started today near the elementary school fumis, and with It the sound

very keen on cricket. Pretty Tournament. After I turned some good reports on tagged bass this weekend. when the amateurs battle far behind the bust The t.

fair at it I was. The strange pro at the end of 1960 1 traveled Both will be for 100 miles Two bit races Pony League hiuit fills the vacuum pocket

thing Is that I bowled right through the Far East play. 'Bass, Shellcracken Best This Wick'He matches games for Red Devil grudge Coach will be run tomorrow with the I I hit forms In back of propillir
Slates hubs, mulling In Incrsisid
In the Tryouts
log Philippines Sing"pore -
handed and batted left handed. novices going 71 mile In the
and sent In a couple of photos Including: "Albert Coop- Charlie Lyle, Kathleen visits the' thrust and improved breathing
Malaya Hong Kong
Golf Ia a winter sport In New Japan, I wouldn't be surprised rider of Auburndale with seven baas two of them with tags I Pasco High Pirates at Dade Cityat first one an 1 a field of ami- The Lakeland pony League of the engine,
tears and
played Zealand it]just from as football March to Is. October We:- If I've traveled more Cooprider has now caught five tagged fish 7:30 p.m. today In a Southwest mile. on ZSOcc expert machines racing 100 ((13-14)) will hold a combined registration Thin are many othir featurestoCOMPAREenaMercllO

than anyone else In the sport" "This big bass was caught by George Aman of Auburn- Florida Conference en Close to 500 riders and tryout tomorrow ,..

down,-our seasons know-and are cricket upside When a guy play a* well dale and weighed 11H pounds. All this. fish were caught'on counter Tomorrow'*'tilt will beat ,George Wltmer and Joel Including Lin from 1 to 3 p.m. at Sportsman'sPark and your Mircury dealer, will/ bi
you 7:30: p.m. at Mulberry Highin on the Fish Hatchery happy to have make the
black you
was the summer sport. That's a* this, unusual southpaw, golf worms dahl both of Lakeland, will be
not only is broadening but George Williams, Williams Brothers Bait and Fishing Center a non-conference battle. Road. eompirlion. Si* him soon. See
bow I could engage In both. seen In action during the four I Imon.y
Recently Coach Lyle accept. Those boys registering for thetint how you get more RUN for your
profitable. His official money at the power plant on Lake Parker, he's rushed 31
says so aces. They represent states,
Charles Is the willowy type, ed a position as football back. time should bring their with Mercury.100.
a 165-pounder who if just un- winnings last year were In he doesn't have'tlme to report! Nevertheless, be did send In field coach at Pasco High. The the District of Columbia, and birth certificates and the $2 re 85. 65, SO.35.20,9.8, 6 and 3.9

I der 6-feet. 2-lnches In height the rather pleasant neighborhood photos of people with their catches, Including: former catcher was an All- Canada. The combined prize Istration[ fee. hp outboards and MirCrulsir

of $28,000 with lots more "Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Otstot and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bucher, I Conference hIs senior money Is more than $19,000. Stern Drives 110 80310 hp

coming from other sources. of Camphill. Pa., with 57 specks weighing 80 pounds total! Ridge at Bill The record speed for the Day- gisollns; 60 and 100 hp dlml
Most of all, though Bob year Mulberry High. tons 200 is 99.886 miles hour
Winter Haven Fabian E. Watson, 713 Finney St., Lakeland with a six-pound McDonald was head baseball per WRESTLINGCHAMPIONSHIP
Charles baa brought respectability i set by Joe Leonard on the
bsss I
Missouri
on minnow
a from Lake Parker. coach of the Panthers at that
the left handers.
to each-road course in 1958. None
him "Lester Lynd with a string of specks from Lake Parkeron time and will be at the helm CARD
Because of
they no longer expects this mark to survice -
Hosts Skeet feel like freaks. Missouri minnows. Al Schmidt and Big John with five bass tomorrow night.Righthanders the assault of the thunderIng -

I caught on Sonar plugs from power plant. Earnest C. Haire Paul Williford or herd on Sunday over tha

with four pound. 6 ounce bass caught off the pier at the power Darnell KIrkland probably will! 81-mile track and road course WINTERHAVEN

Rifle ShootsWINTER Tag Match Heads I plant. Mike Sloan, 3410 Hickory St., Winter Haven, with eight start against Pasco tonight.

MSS"And Southpaw Dink Rhodes Is scheduled
Wrestling CardThe to toe the mound for Kathleen FSC Crew To Stage
Important 1 Doug Jennings, Jennings' Camp over on Lake Pierce, I

shooting HAVEN events-Two will be- Torres Brothers and also reports spotty fishing but sends along a couple of photos Other against Mulberry starters, for Exhibition[ Today I ON,ll.5 UNI ARMOR
probable
and "bass, and
shellcrackers
says In
water best
t/u* weekend at the Winter Haven -the German Von Brauners head. this week. open are Kathleen this weekend are c- Florida Southern crew boost-

Rifle Club grounds. line the wrestling card tomorrow Gale Brown Ib-Rhodes, 2b- ers will get a chance to preview Saturday, 8:30: P.M.
"One photo shows Tom and Debbie Dawson of Lakeland
Mary
The Dixie Skeet championship at the Lakeland National Brad Ruisum, 3-b-Pete Ambro- their oarsmen In action at 4:15p.m. :
WORLD rAG TEAM MATCH
began today at I a m. and last Guard Armory In a tag team re with five bass, 10 specks and 20 shellcracker caught on ila, ss-John Baldwin, If-Ken today during an exhibition

through Sunday. The Silver Dollar match. worms and minnows. The other I II of Harry Wackerly of''ledgecock, cf-Ronnie Hughey race in connection with FSC's SKULL MURPHY.

Rifle Match start tomorrow The action begins at 8 pm. Canton Ohio, with a six-pound bass taken on a Johnson spoon. and rf-John Boutwell.Basketball 7ounders' Week program.The BRUTE BERNARD

morning and also will end Sun- In other matches, Ike Eakina, "Robert Hall of Lakeland had 10 bass on a Bang-0-Lure. exhibition Is scheduled vs.

day. meets Jack Vansky while Don George Norman of Lakeland had seven bass. Mr. and Mrs. Scores over the .9 mile course at Lake COWBOY BOB ELLIS I

Th Winter Haven Rifle Club Harnett will wrestle Prince James F. Stewart had 13 speck Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powellof ollingsworth.. Bill Daniels i icrew Is

Dundee had 35 ihellcrackers. Mr. and Mrs Ira had .DLL.arI coach. EDDIE GRAHAMGRAHAM.ELLIS
b sponsoring the Silver Dollar Omar. Throop V.._.. ,
> Till -
match being held for the ninth 30-M .N'T rMc: I
ci lr ( bad
year Several national champions Two Slate N.U ". .. ....... SIat.
Leagues
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are Included In the field .-eoVi.Dm.' 9.trip -
Tryouts Tomorrow BOWLING U..N :. N*. Cmf tnm AAT 41 'P WfJ..di1;
of contestants. 5,5010,11* aa.Sotust..' *f !-. IfMkhunt tJ ; twin cylinder

The Winter Haven Chamber 01.r. Two leagues, Palmetto andBoy's "ITI.U' LUOU'W. .OUTNWISTPAIMOP.Iimpii't I 55 Oc.Ssr, ItP Piclis,'''"" 55., 54. IIfr i
Commerce and the Winter Haven : ;,,: .. H.
of the Dixie Youth, ... n nirl 'TIIo ...... .. ,. LAI w. Loot Imp** lut M. HIS Pot5 ...c., I II
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Trap and Skeet Club are cosponsoring Lakeland has scheduled I. .cs 10I' 5. ... O45 7n (n/ATHLETIC!
League of ThO 0....... IJ I' : :. / n. _
the Dixie event. The i registrations and tryout to- .. ThO,... p.css.c...-...... "'" I' .. Pm aut_ .n. .,' ... nvtMih .... D.tfrton-Mimmmlt........ II.UTI Toil, II. ".1 l lM
field In the skeet competitor I Jox Cox diamonds. I'' ...... 5cc 5c,. n. 53.5 H_ II. 4. 0.110 .-.._ ...II_ I'.. "'0" "NOOL. 51010
the 510.IH.se
includes two world champions si I morrow at ...... ...... __ ThO P._ I.... ...." _Mi.*. __ .PI.... ........ 'J.11. I QsasTIbFIsaL5PcOSa. c:.... .. SUPPORTERS
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well as state and regional champions The Palmetto League for boys I 51515 idndccI -... loris "...... n'III HltH ,IndKMiul. Mr**, r..il. < ..,.....I.cc.se.II. T...... 5.sndP.
from throughout the USThe and "' 00, 31,. .,... I
watch ages 13 and 14, will register IJI .... .,' ...01......... 5.tIsd, 100. Jstko'iooI. I
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public is tryout from 2-4 p.m. at the John Brii TrM IM VION U.'U'W. W"'j 0.'"'' ... 1IYtnl0IIIu4: :,) :
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both matches. JId Sm'i.a .7.5e ... ''' P. II. esicoouiIII ho- 2x3 Falls
Cox diamond No. *. I' ,.v NOPtruL 5105 0510510,00 .. I' ;. H, 4 I ImEa'rrzrnY
Registration and tryouts for Chccl..i Mcsoouc I' .
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Lakeland ThincladsAt the Boy's League ages 10-12 ..,.. P.H .. .. .. WM 41V* IIVi Loot == .. .J: nlN 'HA VAMORTGAGI SWIMMER see One Hour Time Limit
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are scheduled from 2.. p.m. at Th Tw.*t r* 114 >4Vk ...... '12. LOANS i Mid ra on4. feeswsimleg.ssd .
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St. PetersburgST. 4 NMM M kr* M M < ." MM rnM -, SMl Isti5cflp
the John Cox diamond No.4. II>.** tarn wrlM: YSI p.toM. |IMtn FIRST MOITGAGI COlt,. I light I2PLUSSPECIAL
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Lake Mi4i idiHri
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land' Dreadnaughts were tc I, to be present tomorrow. 4 1'..... Isusdc& ...... _. 1M ...,... I .VIC._ .I.. "ou...,0..UOIN.....
ac.sws ass.n.iaS4o. .
5.. PII... ..... .114 '31 'I"I'
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have competed here today Ir, The 11 and 12 year olds will register .*. Tm, ....1.. 5a .."..., aan oslO. eNact.. W.Oist, I' HIRO MATSUDA
and next weekend. f .. 9' .lillbu4. soft
tryout
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spring Once again the crop Is in full blossom for the Detroit And Manager Charley Dressen has high hopes one of hit young

Tigers hurlers will break into major league stardom-Willie Smith,

I lean will get their first look at the Tigers tomorrow after- Dennis Mclain Dick Egan, Bill Faul Larry Foster, AI Koch.

noon when the Tigers and Minnesota Twins clash at Henley Joe Sparma, Pete Craig or Frill Fisher

Field In the exhibition opener for both clubs. Baseball-major Here's the 1964 exhibition slate .
league variety-will be on tap here for a full month. And in Date Team

the process Lakelanders and tourists will get the opportunity
Saturday March 14 ... Minnesota at Lakeland
the New York Mets, Minnesota
to see St Louis Cardinals, Sunday March 1] ...... Minnesota at Orlando .
Redlegs, Houston Colt 45s, World
Cincinnati; Champion Los Monday March H ...... St. Louis at Lakeland
Angeles Dodgers, Chicago White Sox Milwaukee Braves, Tuesday, March 17 ..... Philadelphia at Clearwater
American League pennant winning New York
Yankees Philadelphia Wednesday, March 18 .. St. Louis at St. Petersburg
Phillies and Kansas
City Athletics Thursday, March It ...., New York Meta at Lakeland
And for Manager Charley Dressen and his Bengals, hopes Friday, March 20 ...... Cincinnati at Lakeland
lie running high again. Consensus of observers is the Tigersare Saturday :.larch 21 ... Baltimore at Miami (8 p.m.)

Improved over the 1963 team Just how improved will be Sunday, March 22 ...... New York Yanks at Ft. Lauderdale
determined in the next six to eight weeks. Fans here will be Monday March 23 ..... Milwaukee at W. Palm Beach (8 p.m.)

able to see the fortunes of the Bengals unfold In the exhibition Tuesday, March 24 ..... Washington at Pompano Beach '

series Wednesday, March 21 .. Houston at Lakeland
Detroit-In the past few years-has threatened to tear the Thursday, March 28 .... Los Angeles Dodgers at Lakeland

American League apart each time the Bengals departed Lake. Friday, March 27 ...... Cpen : k
*+H for the opening of the American League season. This Saturday March 28 .... Chicago White Sox at Sarasota ;

spring maybe no exception but because of previous seasons Sunday, March 29 ,..... Chicago White Sox at Lakeland : :
observers ire considerably more cautious this spring. Monday March 30 ..... Cincinnati at Lakeland

/ But vn that caution Is tinted with optimism For It Tuesday March 31 ..... Milwaukee at Lakeland t '

appears the Bengals have shored up some leaks in their defense Wednesday, April ..... New York Yankees at Lakeland r' '
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still a big questwh *-* hilt pings ire looking up with Frank Friday. April 3 ........ New York Met at St. Pete
Lary's arm reported Improved:''Urv will test the arm tomorrow Saturday, April 4 ...... Pittsburgh at Ft. Myers

against the Twins. Sunday April .1 ......... Philadelphia at Lakeland a
The trade with the Kansas City Athletics involving Rocky Monday, April ( ....... Kansas City at Bradenton

Colavito and Bob Anderson seems to have favored the Tigers. Tuesday, April 7 ....... Houston at Cocoa (7:30: p.m.)
Detroit obtained a key infielder in second baseman Jerry Wednesday, April 8 .... Open

.. Lumpe Lumpe is expected to team with Dick McAuliffe to Thursday, pnl t ...... Kansas City at Lakeland TICtRTOWN DIAMOND This ere .f fire inm.ndi when while the fifth wi cnltrucHd ales the Irpart wtl 'h...

6111 give the Bengals a much.needed double play combination. Hell Friday, April 10 ....... Break Camp the Dttralt' Titer Itmikindl Iral every sprit! .l TlgirtowiiIxtod sue sad !Is NMd for infield VIIU. Titer Earl Cent* .to bald ..rTl

also counted on to lend assistance to the Tiger offense. Saturday April 11 ...... Minnesota at Charlotte, NC. .t Udwkk Airport, l-lidil the five *
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Friday, Marca IS, 1164Let's L'OAL ADViCFIaIMINT LEGAL AOVUT"IMINT HOAL APVIRTISIMiNTTHK BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT

NOTICI IN THI CIRCUIT COURT or STATE CLASSIFIED

NoIlM I la hereby slven thai TIlE TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I slat --ji 14 CarpsrirsrlngtraeUM 53 Kelp WsRtsd Female
M.
5 bMn will be received by 1 OF FLORIDA IN AND .. R. "IInd.nt ITO I ADVERTISINGRATES I.ldln.
of rommleelonere POLK COUNTY THH 8TATK '
Board (
ounly I
'LRIA HO
Polk Florida, to 5 S IN CHANCIRY AND THK MKXHIAI: llwa. slurnlssa WAirMMS WAN. .I
County, up : I :10405.
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olork A. Tueeday. Marrr lam N IN>4 Dntket IIPli HKTY OWNKRH TAXP,\Y, .5555...I. .1 3 Ill W. ..., Inl".r
I t Play Bridge M. ISM. .b 0 opened Immedlilelythereafter So. IS Soles CITn.KNH ATOll ITIIKHHHAVINCI *H Ft. T I .WI-WA ) "u.I

publicly read H fLJAHON. ai Admlnll- 5 I OR IIAIMISII 1 ANY 1..1 I phase- aumar.SPwXTa al Norm F.rld.

furnlahlnit, In Pnlk County : ... Af I niOHT. TITLK Oi! INnCRe-ST Minimum Cn.rj -$!..05wwoi ..M.: .
4' 5 e Lamp Ycum I"r .. of the Inl. I 1THi PRfPKIT TO III' oZ Data lIars Dm *. BLOCK'end 'DID PIN I ass 50,5 in.1 -
tmmmntm ALAN TRUSCOTT ester. ( hid fern, led of America I I IANCrJ O arlowork 05555005 .ok-
By ** IIoa
c.Uo for complete mlnlm.m.plrlcUo..1 Pa.Uf TllKHTUI: :) lea MD "1 _. ug oeadlUonu Ok. sours
I KDI'CATION "K H ( & II.I BNMI Pull
OI floii a "arr.
Samuel Stayman and Victor remaining trump, and this gave Information _- HARVEY CARJLTON HAMWC, I BODY ('Oll'uRA'rI' 0", or _h.I. For IUIMIVIriraiauin In.

Mitchell of New York City. C' W FIKLDINO. M HAKRIM, '' THUS STATIC 4 IT Extsrmlnotlnj (MM\ tub
o
the defense their third trick I
Barlow. Florida: wif,, and AtlKMCAN1TRANCB8 PURitlANT TO VI':rlONH 1 CLASSIFIED SPACT
member of the United States when South third diamond was! :.u'"I' resolves tne rlsht to NATIONAL BANK OK l AND II OK Alrl"I I I: XI Oh U2I per oalirai l.IT WOMAN WITH 050e001naao

teem that will compete In the all bIds. All bide In wiNneR. MAVHN. u PlorMe, TUB I >, t W DISPLAY oats bllltr Ud gevd reftren,e'.
World Team ruffed I be .1 mont be .ulmll' COI pumtHHINOTICI, KLORIDA nr tin:" "H*TIIMl ': CNIII Mluaw inb TERMITES I.W-IO. blOb echool ed:' .
Olympiad starting In duplIcate bid. I 'IIOOL BONI H. I 1101' I'ii I' IRAM 3 Pr er boiler car ne.e'',
her May I, will start with a South made the remaining furnlahed by ; t ounlAll bide OF t"t ) ON BI:HAI.I I"I' Illl o Cal ril OMB Reoneit ARE SWARMINGCALL LD. amount ef Uavellnilurnuntd ''0.

imall psychological tricks and his contract, having abntlld' be eniloaed In in .n''o. Sull, ,'e I I. h.,eby .1. BOAnJ ".' lI Ill] I II' l\ WANT AD DEADLINE 1. .1 Thorouih I..
advantage anil plainly uurMiant In a final N ...
000urely eealed I. 1041"'Itt! US1UO lai with oiportunltn Inrranoement.
against the Italians They came made full use of the Inference nn the outalna BID ON HKAT ilue"re entered In the above COUNTY COI.l I MHI ) N o WOOD ADS oNO IACa ID .. W.I'' ii"

out In their from the bidding that West started LAMP VACUuM APPLirATOtlMAM Mile'I cOols In tin Circuit l" 1'Y. POI.K f'I:1 N'I, (' I. I I t 0 10 p. d. a .11. SEASON HSIta Let lu mtllnt I ol I r't Iasio
on '
top only previous *. .. TUeSDAY. MARCH 14. of Hulk countv lo.| OUNTY KHt: V < I 1.0 1,50000 ., troll; rour I pnveit ., efutrtlon eto : :
with six clubs. -
encounter with the almost-Invin- 'M4." he properly Ceunly. TY or.: Lt t'I Ir:ll .,I;'MYPAI : nuii bi u cap office M Swiss 1 uli Prlnain ,970, Ukeland Letter

dole Blue team. In the other room, the Italia O.r In open eeaalon ten Florida, dearrlbtd u\ .M RKACH COl N ]'Y. Dl" .. 410 eja. .. 4 ._120. S roomS1SO& I W A LADY cvperlanced
North played four hearts After 2 \ IK Lot 41 of Block "A." In Bm.at VAL COIIVTY: SI1IIWAI1I1COUNTY. CLASSIFIED DUPLAI I r. .117 M, Tooini _1. 1 Prefer rca have
Their squad which Included (stsnsd) WILMKR )UcCUTCHEX Chorus VisIt AND Hills 05 >. dar before publloa- .0. bad ititwneblle acceununa 140,.
two club leads he could not keep rhalrmin No. \ WIotec hence, FlorIda BOHO1 Uoi matt Sundaye nan
OH IOI'STY.! IIHIIINAFTFR -: 10."..". Contact B.PntdirvU .
Oswald Jacoby Ira Rubin and control of the hand and wa Slined) p H sLOAN. .i scu'orlIng I the p.1 I0les'ssfrorosled MO' 1,1 rill tat nuit M in our efflee PrtOr CALL plt. I" Chevrolet.JIO .

the late Morton Rublnow won Clerk in :. I,ARI.Y R TO before II 0_II. Florida.
= OIK'IIIIO.
down two (EAL) 7, P5,1,11 I,' Bruturda. B \ WAY All Mi nun be u uii Ledaoroffice Whisk Chemical Nat .
by nine International l h A..TKD IN Co. iPVtlsyeCOD isis lb.
mate U.76*. l'ount.. Pluriule. before 1100 .. Be*.
points (old scale) over Avarell puhlfo isle, to tin hlirhaat und THJlt'BY of Florida n.h, irdw lor publlciuoi ID MOB.Or '.Mod .b. beer inly. Diy iffilgnu
taOAL AOVEC1'ItMINf'COlICI MO '
Belladonna and 'N THE CIIICUIT COUIIT OTH' bent bid:ler for rah, at the Ann UI. mate All<>rn ,. th rl 'I paperTlw MU 6-1356 Call .347.
Forquet-Chlara OF anti TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIOF Front Stoop of the Polk Judl.'l.l In and fi, l'o.: Ledaer win not re.apomibo I
die In the last Olympiad held at Thr und.r.l.n.d! will Mil >' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ,nhou.e In modem CnI cambl (11.11 fun FI"rl.ln. r). te lo nore ..MM WIN FREE TRIP TO

Turin Italy In 1960. linhllc million r,'r-a.h. on. It.. POUt COUNTY 11:05: AM on the dicta day :nod Judlclnl !.' .ill in II. .1, 7'?' Incorrect In..10.
Kdlllnr Norliil' JtnUIOKIIM' it 10 8tJ IN CHANCIRY Morph i 4ISKAL Irfim I'iilinty. Flirlila' th 21 Beefing
This was the only failure of AM Mlirrr l'. IM! .. I'ml Nivir Cane Mo II5II IKxkel II ) D. in. Ir.AN. JR.l'1.rN Jodl,'im drciill In mid for I.hl.- THE-' LAKELAND LEDGER IVOR! IYS FAIR

the Italians In the last liven M. .,". 1047 I':. Mnln H.....,. Pose No. MlJ / CO'r loon and olumbla r..ntH.:: \ ., TELEPHONE .-. ..
K. OUCAKON. .. Admlnla.tralor I -
1'.101 10lNO DllNDA.. Ior.
L.k-k.nd Horhln Th. und.r.IlanM da. the Fourth Judl.']al I .
years of world competition, but .....1.1'Ih.. right 10 hid ,. of \oterana' A"alr. I Ian In and for I uov'al I.." \ K]".r .I.. I MU 6-1151 I m..ol.. & COmaaoo.. I.
1 Officer of lr. Idled I Il.tes IN CIRCUIT COURT OF "umI 1 LAST CALL To Join
It was a decisive one: they were AOMlHItrfH INYEHTMBNTCOJIPANV $ of America I> THE 1..1 JUDICIAL CIKCUMIN for he HI.Ninth 1,11,10 Judlclnl I'li .I It ,., arc. W ".ID. IU 0.3141.
Count 'l''ld ih AVON Staff In tim
last In the final pool of .Ix By Illtort Otalth.wstWI.Ilon r.I,11 I ThE ITAYR Or LOIIIID" Tenth Judlilal ('It'. oil in :l r.t' ALL TPI r"ld.atla. Sale
teams. *Un s.rI '0-- ) IN AND FOR COLIC COUNTY I 'oik ('ounty. Florida I'i", rIb ; m.r" '. to win free trip I
"I Till RORKRT P. .IRROTL, JR.ALtatGilTHA CHAN toY NO. IZ7S7-S2.1O1 I ,ludlclai (' In antI I ', ,ie, ANNOUNCEMENT MtCOn I 101'0'' sod Shoot ..t.
Stayman and Mitchell contrib \. l.kRROl10end Ct''IZNAT'OSA'. 1"11 W. i: .
Count 01. IU
Ici'T HANK (hut "hh': I it
CSCDITOCS Write
P. O Box
uted six points/ of the nine.poln IN THI COUNTY JUDO' iriKrl "HRVK OIL (tic HT PK1'IR"'BI'RO." I Judicial ('It', ult In and t.., 111:1.:" and I LOOK) ALL Irpn of rooflni indepelri 139

of well COURT 'N AND FOC ( ompany. a HortdaCoipuratlun N.llonal lakln. A."IO I wrouiih l'nunl. O'lrtdo, ,,i"d: I 'I.I bi fune Finance PWB sham pi. or
margin victory by 'judged ) '
POLK COUNTY FLORIDA P."tN. ] i "fl..n'h : Ml CI.""I .",it CANARY bird /.U.WI' ..eiUmaun Llreneed I..uo.bnd.d.
bidding on the deal I shown today itefenlonln I V. If. Hr.. h old, | II.l I U U Mick'I Call .
,:v Ill:: 1''A'rl: i UKJOMtl NOTICC OF SALt COOPED CRAVE. el us eta j 1'.11 : Mitchell's opening bid of .II BB\!: 'TON igOPKR.: Viillie I. hereby liven that lorfendsoL ]) Counl... Flrlda.i .Ie hu.. 611-88BJ. OhOet 1..1 MU 3.311. I
,
South the I'.dTo putiuint to a final dMiee of fore NOTICE OF SUIT properly own 'I''' '. bIllfold 055isinius' U TYPES _lh. r..O or Lakeland
one no-trump as was rIU.n. and othen li.. I I .
All Crrnlliiiri ind Prrmnvlnir 'cloaun entered In tb.ahocoae.titled THIS STAIR OK rLOKIDA1OI Ill is front of Plot. 1'.110. Rn" I
weak no-trump that they use (dMlm IIr ttoiimml ...,.. In (h. Irault Court MARTHA K CRAVkY and claimingany,. In ..... rl.hl till. ,' "It. ::05.oua000.atla An.. D.D Rooflni Compaay ..KXfJLLtHT JDeTobeortunltr fouoiiryroceptlonlat. '

when they are not vulnerable to A..ln" Slid ".1.I Inuilflid .: of Polk ounty, Florida' I will .. any ,iukn owep000e., helragrantaei b".Iha I laauinc| Ihe b. afff, 'ed : ,, cull esa.soo, I 3 8-7. Ate JO lato .
Hlet Word
You. inS si..h 01 ,rn sri hsr.by the iltuati In Polk Counly by o' In email ofllce. Borne dicta
property tmateei, ualgneealelnura .
indicate a hand with 12.14 high. to flit In d it>ll or 24 Plotter-Siucc rol.d.
,' nil and donindu whkh >o,, .dlor. othairlalmanta of Ihe II.t. of FlorIda. Onir Id..I,. OU 11 10. .
LOT BUM K B In t IN-
card points 0 so.e. lii.0,1515 ol Jo.niH.ntnn 10 th.l.h. wider of ID.070.Olio 'H,I Bin:I.. 5-1109. .1. C.1 I .11 .
The Italians have had little (.'ooppr. ..... thfflce t'OLI. COURT. Bartow the. FIn nr' Kilnet MARTHA KRAVKY hereinafter more writ, ".rl .It. ca LA8TIRINO: PATCHING Bee olnl.nl
.d'B.n. accordlni to plat ( and CORSETCRAVNY OAT look AK
Alteration sod iddltloniree
,
of Hlthard A .I.d. or to affected '": S Personal Nsiicet eellloie
experience In playing againstthe thereof recorded In Plat Book b .. UciBMd lilt Tol- oil la Oak Drive-In.
,. birch p .
('ount, '"01. at hli offlc In thmirf } ? .
Ili. 4 Public. Record of You
are hereby notified that I 1037 Cut Main
weak and Chiara. P.I. a 0 appear before the fin :1:1'of 1.51.11 eM
no-trump, ( Ii ou.e.t Burlnw Floridalurih Polk ", Suit lisa been filed "nnln.il you and : r soy .I and toolii euni ..nd.orlln. 1. I all -.
dia. West, made a tactical error within .1. lender' oonhis from 01 publIc solo. .lo'ld.. sod each of you by CITIZEN") NATIOVAIj Lon ( ounty. lorlda ", .. Dial MO II Jid'tt ornamental. Fleeter
I
1 unwind
I]. !lasi wMitl !I. lbs dOte Judicial Circuit "T Aid Invited Slurs.
sun Patching
heat bidder for h, at .h. Coulh BASK OK 8T PKTKHH- I..u. Culbtrua ace sod itucee KOUSKIE WANTE.
in overcalling two clubs If he .. Hue, at the ourt al. .
f the flrat pullkktlon of tin Pree aatlmatei Henry NU
Front lioor of the I'olk < cCourthouae sInus In Ihe above entitled l"u. TRADING STAMPS ..rbu.hL Wi b.I.I.
; lahaieee
had North.South null" .. bath claim or dunwndiu .1"1 .Inrld.. on 1 tl: .h..O MUOT40. 5-3)21.
llama
passed might In Bartow .1 and that o.y ..
hereby Altaian, M7
'Iurld. you required of
,, l hi In wrllli ,ttt.tltSto April. Iii ,"lo, I I
K
!
11:10: AM. on the 13rd day alarth to Anewer with !
the Clerkof
easily have ended In three no- your and show
the pie c.I roildviiri. and pan rl. caux. wh> th' 81:3. I
\r 54 Wasted
1114 Mali
Coirt. and to Klip
.1(11 rpdlr..su C hi h"HUt. serve a copy ere of the petition filed the LOIS LIP Cow Bhoo BUSINESS SERVICE ,
after find
trump, failing to .n (HEAL) P M "LOAN. JR.CI.rk hereof upon Ihe PlaintiffPlalntlffi u. .bovn 20
prcxeedlngt ahould he Roed _07S
moot b.wnrn 10 and nu.t b. lII.d "0' beitout .
eight-card major suit fit and he Circuit Court Attorney. whoai ni ms ranted and IMPLOTSD NOW' W.ot
eepfore mid, o r.l.p me wilt hi00w. the K0700IO Dlat oriee bodipreede. 01. eoyerauiuiu to .
would have had the pleasure of vuld. ti-so' and .dd...Ie: ALBERT C. WER. It tool Bonda therein deacnlied I curia'ni .. ..1 36 lownmowers i Sinks bob 05000.01 1..u.. ca,. P. .
.tAvIKe 8. WELCH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, LV. Alton ey it Law. 4841 CentralVvenue and the proceeding heretnfiri. D'en, rode ud Installation Jua son Ml "hl.nd.

reeling off the first six tricks. Anilllary, $ Adinlnlairalor. TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Ml I..t.rblr.. 11"rld.h. d lulhorlelng, lbeouali'O| rode of umplu 1 choont ON .U lswmeow- WILL PAY 1125 per week for 1eeeka
lot I later than March II, 1> RIPAIR ..k
Careful Maneuver Needed (' T A. COLIC COUNTY, FLORIDA If fall lo do Decree ProConfemo lh..r. vallilnlid and "oiiflr :led. : HRIBT1AN 5500100 hone ..11 Prea ..u to trim operator for major
you ao
LJKIJ _ IN CHANtP0Y.CA5E stoIc H,'hil HoIudneirt.tie .' pen. Special .t'.D 1m. sa.osnuir.. Oable oil eorvloe small InveiUmeat
overcall ltlon.
As It was, the club b entered ..In.l of .ttalo. 1
NO IMK KET ID, wil the following deac' bad la 30S 0,5Poses
In. needc
warned North.South not to try NOTICe Of INTI NT ION TO 103. 505OIARJOIOIIG you for I demanded In the uei of bond, o .lb .II.nl MU '-*Nol Prld. .ul. 12.1.
MAK' APPLICATION POC Complaintthe 31. NO I ZPERI5SCS ,
three no-trump and they had to FINAL DISCHAPlOt KATHRYN ROBIHONflllntlff. nature 01 laid salt hoist 1160.000 C, lo ObOe be I H:' :d'I/I .B::'indu aid, Herlee ; INSURANCE. sad in I ','raloios IUrloo. .U .lulr.d,. .

maneuver carefully. Three clubs In Re: hatala, nfLILI _. for forerlueiire if wentcaisre."rIled behalf of the B ard of Pulll. Inxtructlon 10 Jliunnoer I].ht 37 MoHriii Rensvotlnf uranoe In Lakelandtartlag .
.Y 1'1.1 RU1IIS.RKORDLrVINK lu official Record p... Mil <.'01 pay 19100 per week.
OMALEE JR. t
of Ma.ll. C.I
by North Stayman was an ef. DeceaaedTl IOBIYO:O.I.nd.nL. 11. pan IM. Pululla Be 'lorlda, 'In he dnnomlnatlu n :; nt/1 S FABRICS J032 MATTRESS ItENOVATINO I- Soul b married and between. ..
> ALb WHOM IT HAY CON- Florida. Norl Coai- 34 .. 40 Phoni m S40S '
covering dey errvloe Aci
fectlva substitute for his own NOTICI OF SUIT Coun. 51,000 .each dated March I Ootni out of _Ul.. 1.1. 'intirvle .
'CtRNNoll -. feet Mouth of thoNK 108. Phone MU *
use
OK rLOHIPA TOl earing intereat at WiC 3oc etc 1011
convention which he would otherwise TH' ITATI anotep t 10
,'e la hereby elves that 1 ROBIHON JR. Corner nf Lofl7l. WAHNtTA nol exceeding fnir ., rl. WB HAVI Immediate nonlnia
per entumer ro
have used to explore for have filed my final report .. AdmlIiiroir ( .LIE* i'ssldaoceouuhoowsl ITARMI4 11BI'IVtHIVN. annum payable aeml'annuall) '-OIVIS Ullteot 14 WslU-P mps tee U) uneltuiu. Scot nan .
of th oi.tuteO.I LILLY shown by r.Ue
March twetn tbe of SI end .
You are hereby notified that b O un I and T ifach .
fit ; ind Hr Pinr
a major-suit KVINK: deraaaed .. recorded In the l.pl.m""l pr.
S THKRKORll !. nail for divorce hai bean filed Office of year and .. Len MOnTGOMERY Ward drill ebe ..latereiled In maklnt ua
South's three diamonds was a that I have filed my petlII aalnat you In the Oh00010111144nau.at.o thi Clerk of lbs Circuit Court I nssnoa I Inalallmenta on aerially Man!h 1639 5 North 5 I.an.IDI.our tell lid Initall four weleiyiteo .110 lOG l rear .top frlni
'
,n fur final dtm'tlt.reo. and that d that In and Inr Polk Plor.Idi I of each of the :: Fld. 39 BoaUu 'In.lll. with Poll County lead
natural bid, which at the same : : you ire hereby Count. years ISO 'c ) Co te lay
I will applv to the Han Bit MAKDA quired t sserr.aeopye I your In Plat Book .. SOb bath Im'lu.I.; 11. hone MU S-S103 Iin. Ckr"lr.PI.eut d..I.Ap
time denied a major luit URONHOV" County Judge of .tiwer or other written defenxei and SOB. Thenoe run Mouth tt 1100.000 State School Tiond.. Sc.ru. sEaRING BIBLE knowlKUet Tuion ply .. C. Hanea
:folk loiintv, I"lorlIie. on the Sib TROIANO feet thence Welt 141 '. lea D. to be hound fir WTWB Auburndele. oBundey ,. OIl "orl Florida AvenueOH
When North continued with pin .1 und
lay nf API II. IP84. for approval of .norn.,.. ROBIRTI.1.1.lnUI' thence North I rol Ih.n. .half of the B, ard of Put lie In on. morning it 4. 1* EMPLOYMENT ruing 1.1. oJoIinbnns .
three hearts he five I'ha come and for final dlKham rait: Ill feet .. IUREY
Implied a Drawer 128. lk.l.od. true'lion of olumbla' ounty. 1 in's DAN1.LA0. Located at ..I.oeO pr...'.
'0 Admllll..I"r nl (Ie.otot.onL1LI.Y Florida before the Inning LEtS AND KXCtvPT 'lorlda' In the "33,3410 m.
card suit and South was In dif- on or drn""ln.Uun ol .a Indu.t..1 I P"ueeur Au. '
Wontsd

1.1G.clv
M. RUTI1EttP'ORLI Raid right of 52
.r March A. D. IIK4 and befon wiyi 1.01 I each. doled North 1 11114. .. Hlihwar Help
-- --- 1G.: d.c..d. Immediately thereafter to III.wlh Including ipeclflcally but not -. o.Inl.. ."_... .. ... .. ..... anclni Wednnden. Prldar Bat I
Thin 3rd ilHV of Minn. IBM. the Ueik of the above atyled by way of llmllatl. the fullowlnii .._..'lice four per "enlutn per nlchu All free Wednoa. WANTED CHRISTIAN eeupliperl BLIAN.MANAOB"Porld. poo.
NORTH /aROY n. UOIUHhHTYAdinlnlntral Ihe original nf said anawer Item of equipment: annum povoluun oeml'annulolly on al.IUI .. I'. Friday Unto .caretaker. free tooklni for'I.ln.menace

A KQ104V I "r of lbs. or said written def eneas. If any. Heater: permanently Installed. Man.h I and Heptember 1 of eai'h ,apartment for ..1..1. Cull CT3'totoOS trainee I the Polk County area.
ootoieo C 1.11.1. a.ttlTtI1GRl.flRI band and the
AJ108JJ74 If pea 1.1 In do 10. decree pniionfeaao 01 WI'I'N"18 m, aea yearan d nmlurlnc .rl.l, In anuil aalaoted .IU h.. earamioeleallal
: ) at Bartow. PolkCollnty
!.I>VIS E. DooeaatdIT wi h oeater.d aeaiuust Florida, thla llth day 10llhn.nt. ''I' .h i of Transportation '' I sonet.0 12.0 Oar
+ I you f ir demintled In thi vebruiry ...h yearn l IP87 10 year. Our Prodi 1.
10 \ \ _ _ ComplaintW11NLHM. .le A. D 1UI4 loth Imln.lve. 191. ANTED: to HOP AM City Employmeit 'bonuIniurance. 55 rsu.o". aalo.od .
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO my hued and official (bAL) T>. H. SLAN. JR. 01,000.009 Clots hi. hurl Bonda. th r PAIIOI. .1.. Ian I la the keel ta the Indaitrf .
WEST EAST MAKI APPLICATION FOR seat of nffl<.i it barlow. Polk Clerk CI.ult erlea r> to he laauel fol and onehalf inoii iround .May .,. MO 3- Qualified leadi are fur

ATI AA863 FINAL DISCHAROa County. Florida. this Mtfc, day of Court I of hi Board :if Put Me: In- H Week's Fee H I.hl from eitenilve .w..r.
In R', bain to of Kebrnary, A D. 1564, By VlvIsn A. PunvliUsputy .tru..ton of Polk <'onn. Florida. ." TV .. P.a
97 VQIJ4 CAROLYN F. BOYD tVrenK.il BB.AL) I;. H SlOAN. IR I ICI.rk Clark .. II.ooo .rh.1d.l.d osi uosat Rm. 208 Arcade BId .elected .lll be bttveen 2
Ir MAY tONFRN Court n.U8 June 1 41 .. talee _
495 + S64AKQS74 TO All WHOM Cirul IM4 Inter : "III.
<' : By Bllalnf NOTICE mat ., a rate or ,.1.b..rlnl..c..d.Ina ADS (SEC THUMDAYS AD oate Ja eontanU. .
J3J Notice ta hereby a.I yen tl-it thav. Deputy Clerk II Notice la hereby given that, four pcrreotu In pet annumavable i CUSlflED M his.200 Writs iou
SOUTH (D) filed my final report aa AdInlatratrli UT11 BALED will be received aeml.annially on June I ; "kel..d L..

JtSV OTA of tho e mte NOTICI OF SALE hy the BIOI public I nurse lion and December I of ..h year and iJMi oaoms .5
A at Carolyn tt. Boyd decoamd: that TO WHOM ir MAY CONCERN I of Polk (ounty. at the maturing aerially I In inn"lal In. ,'. Is
K3 I h... for final .Iord. allmenta on June I arc. osooeoaila. so.
tiled my petition ; each of
Off BUSINESS 0o
You hereby notified that the ounty lie SERVICE
+ AKQ10J ,whanrit. and that I will apply followlnj in muter vehicleluti of"u"rlnl.nd.nl. of tTilva"1 ""' '" ""o, b"1II411 lo- .. .o"unll'. lor .d.no.
Wlr lu..rlnl.n4"nl old
1155151
10 Iho HON Hit HARD A. BKON r : 1=
9(5 dON County' Ju.lKO of Pnlk CounIV ICM8 Ford IlaUol W.lon Floridal tn'rurlun, House An .000 SIlls frhul) Bond. anrims 'c .: Itipln .10,1

East.West were vulnerable. Mnrth, KlorMn. load l' ,, on for III approval lint diiy of the of wIll lie X\7I public pale it 10:00: n. It lUrtnw.Cor '.. up lo behalf Ilo of the be Board I.u.d of for Public sod I.Htruitlnn nn.. DIRECTORYFOR perleare rasomaeftnsipioa.od complete with aaemarital .

The bidding: 1 nnnsan.) for final, dlsoherssenAluioi.iratrtx o'.lo'N on tli ZOtn day of A.h. 1:1: clock of P.I. Wo..day. II'allaterlaN if I..County. .'Iord. atatua.. bo. Od..n
mm at Paul Naylor day aona All
CTA.. of tho "ot"r. 191. In Ihe demmlnatlnn II, D.b .1
South West North East *!:C. Main Ht. Lakeland and labor n..ry fur luted u ..1.. be held confidence.
.. Manh 1M4
I. ,
da bearing
into of E Boyd
Carolyn YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE
The proceeds of thi will bepplled 'h. equal opportunity Ad-
I N.T. 2" 3. Pass .... II. HIAltl.II.INO I.AlILASI' l.ire.t at a ran orrstrssotes. 1..10,1.

3 Pass 3. Pass This Oct/5'i'1GD dnv of BOYO rVhru.rv ORrhSAdinlulDtiutrli IDM retaklnaitorlne lo thi payment; and 11...Boatf of .'AFI' IbRIA lk.l.nd.ICCIIUI.lorldaBm .( rmrdluue. payable four porren eenil.'um annually per annum ot. > WHEN YOU. NED ITI .dons.Wiston reply H...to..P.FloOds O ...l7..

34 Pass 4. Dbl. I CIA scud mol or vehicle sod thi COlt vfblkallin 'h hide I."rl. a id Manh I and Heplemlier I of eailivrar -
of nollie of sale and mely flleil will th
AppllnncM Lamp RepaIrs
and
of aerially In .
Pass Pass Pass I nf Iho oatato 110.1 to the latlefactlon of the hal.Olu'a ,.Id Board of Public luuoIr''lloiuumedtotsly It m.lurnli innual LBORATORYTECHNICIA
farolvn, !C. Boyd At..h 1 nfat
West led the club ace. I L> ...MdI die under the e contract ill, ,,I : I'a\ : ," 'h of the year 1507 to lull. poll PROMPT repau-l .0 not nicolon -LAMPs. O5PLOCMSnT shadas
rlvln: W. and Viola R aaid final hour for
,I I' 7"4 Rlch".nn.Rt. : bUlh In,'luelveiKOOtlOO asssklOScsohinso. Sod L. pants sod ....Ir. Imesoial"
Ml 1 1. Boa 11. lk.l.nd, Vlord.. In the room dealgnated Hlate 8chool Bonda. I.. ...II..e. cell Thrifty Cityaorelce ., al Onltsss Los.aoe. .

ficulty Mitchell's choice I 0 f I NOTICI!IN THI TO COUNTY CIIIDITOII' m"lo verlliE..hl"I.. Any lurplui will be n.eotlnga at Bat In'tow the. Florida Court.lliuie or I annereefter Anx rift behalf\r' Ihe be Biard leaned of fir Public and In on P ,I'.1 melHAuts IU .loull. Local phosphate company -

three spades was sensible He UDOI \ COUHT IN AND FOR lucid to )ou. and you will remain the Buard may a. 5 tru,.lion of be..amble l'ounty-. Ripalrt Service RepaIrs > has vacancy for

had already denied a four-card POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA llHhle for any bslonu'sreteullllilgouupold cDmllll.h lbs lame 'llrld.I In the denomlnitlun "I, EL Lawnmowl lab technician Must be
lii lie: Eototn o f under aiM ronlrart. 11.n. and 1I'.cll.Unn. arson .,
'h. dated Manh t. lie!.
spade suit, and Me bid left open HU1H K DAY. A"MO'IATI DISCOUNT ."II.I.n. .I.w Stud earing.011 internal at a nti rubs SPECIAL CAR vaih 11. WMh I.AW0MOWOR IEPAIRNO. B.w high school graduate
Diroaaod COil POIIATIONlIp aterlal office of O 554055 SIM IH OreenBtampa Sod tool. ..nd'OI
the possibility of various game To All <'.,dll..r. and P.arm,,. Hav, : Talbert MatthewaNOTICI ; Iha Anhltert, J Ones M P (l p.nut. innum eaoeedlng. piyabli fiur ..pormooto Prea pick delnOENERAL .' .0.. ..1..0... ..,. with one to two .years

contracts hue l lahna o' Jel".ndl Aeainptacid 131 I. K.nluuk" A., 1)00 (42. 'Lk.land. "orld... ..uudlls no March 1 and H.pt.m."I..nnu.ly inn.7740. 330. Iu' Florida, .1.. 5.5300.Mevlsg. college chemistry preferred
,
fcnlatoY Flortdu
A combined holding of : I curb y.urs lId
seven MI. and ....h of you in herehv \.7 Lkel.nd I ITO ,enl In Burtow Florida Too I In annual I Inelallmenu on Ir..lly. TIes Bwvlie 1ronl i a Storage Position offers
trumps Is not usually satlsfac ,,lined lo fllo In duplkiti all OF SALI ('plea or laid plane and apenlfltlone I nf ea"-h of the yein It.1 .0.toll and allinnunl. truck and .. excellent
tory unless the suit Is completely aln,. sod del...."do aihlir you WHOM IT MAY OXCERNt: ,'. may be obtained the both Inuluelve, wheel hot anlas New and ..AWSO LIsa, lob heal ao'. working con-
h ovoipa hot lb eatate of RUTH Yea an, hereby notified that lbsfoliuuwlonuutuurVohlu'ia elfIn of cold Architect upon deelt II 6000 State Bond. 8e tlrea. retread MO S.SHIA Ins VN. W. ditions, benefits and
solid, but it may be the least 1 K PAY 4 eros..ii. In the office of of -120.00 f ureor I, let ofmcuntentai rl.. H. lo hi IhOI for sod nn 705.0sF.. Y.r.a.. .. ,

evil If another suit la known to Hit'HARD A. HnOMHUN Cnunly.luilne I M.I T.Bird. I dr H.T. l mid depo.lt will he behalf of Ihe Board I.u.d of PublIc In- ,to Slat Covars .11. I. 0..1 IU, opportunity for growth .
at his office In thi i'nurtllouae COY7IYIOO1OIwIll I "turned to the Contractor upon ruction of Luile County. o Preferred 20 to 30.
be too weak to attempt no at Hallow,, FI irlda, within I be Hold at uiihllo tall' It 10 00n''lw'k II,return of saId plana and elm.1.I l.vrl.la. In II. olI f age
trump This was the case here, lela: iilemlar niontha fro: ,n Man.h Sm : on the Itth day at Mar., ",'_:lona In gwd condition withinfiCtion I.Olio ..rich dated nomln.ton. IWI4earing a000ilsOlOs AUTO 5105 CN" C' Pelsting0p5550 Apply to Employment
<. which la the date nf tho flratpulllratlon at Paul Naylir 1047 (It) doysafter the date of Intereet M.rh ", ,ISISBookkisplng .I
and Mitchell made his l 18. "oto. at 5 nr ntea Main, MU S Interns1
contractby rt. SPECIAl WIll
of this ,notlte hath Lakeland' .. penlnf bldi soul contingent I upon 10. point Superior, -
'
careful play. ilnlm ur deni.ml muni be In writ- 1. 'It; ot tile aale will tie celpt of a bone fide bid fit m cold| | nnuin out exceeding. payable fOlr..per.innuilly eentum pet 01 >I bk. him I... Oss., ,501. .In' 10.I" 1 Minerals &

After making a club trick 1 It,". mint slots the pine of reel.1d.IICI .\ the payment of the coot onlrailir Should the Hldder dera arch I and Heptember I of ea,'h h.u.cl.d.for IS). Also. _b.. Chemical
of Corporation
and po.teffitaatiulveeponhi 01 relaklnit. atorlns mil actS of dilon.' ads Icumot. p ear and maturing ear I.My In in lao 050.4305.fLOOR lo ,
West shifted to the diamond five. ilnlnmnt. niuat be aworn In mid motor verl.le and the mat prior to ..,, p date Inatallmenta on Man I 01 ) AND 100055 Tar South Floral Avenue
South with cod ethel be flintS ae .efireaald or of puhll 'it Inn of not In if sole.1..nd hconlraclnri material dealera nsu'h nlal of the IMf tent. ..... Dun .r even''n.. 55.50 ,
won the ace ruffed vial null ..III lemma void then to the eatlafactlon 01tho .. a aetofsaid Docunienta4ni buth luelve fer. dependable .,. all CMIlPhene 0015005. 10 led.,! 'Ie.tl. Bartow Florida

a club and led the spade king /./ tHPHKR: : K 1MJHIERKiecutrlk haloo.e due under the contract .. will be urovtiled) upon pay IOtA nun. tllata; Hi'hoot Rondo. Sinrc ttl.lltllulldlnj. Pr.. isOa.u.u. t :.
wIt Jean Bowere. P. O .n.nt to aald Architect the am,Mint al..3DII. 040. .1.1'Icur
East
allowed this to hold, and HolY II. to be issued for end inehalf MAO 0001.0 for Wlo."r .
UTTI. B.. 1. Meade, "Iorlea coy.oring nl 115.1)0 to cover the tout i>f of lbs Bard of Public InHnrlila L 0. .. 4 d.bll
Ou.r.
South entered his hand with a IN the flnanclnc induction therefor, sold out,, be ,. : ... Frames I inland .
COUNTY JUDOS. COURT, 50501105
diamond to ruff his last club' POLlS COUNTY 'LORIDA ynhl'le. Any aurului will he paid .".. .nn..lnnd.I.I.. I : ;" I In' denomination''nl a N a 5 A L COIIOTISUCTION' Comelein bUnion sols'p 5(15S000lIp ._

with the spade Kill No tiiol.17.HIKHTATB In )uua. ..ud"ou wi r".In lialul. lutch tf.lj. accnmpanleil 100(1 club. dated June I. ItMbearing Soum additionS. C. aokleiia PlC TO II S PCAISI5' Ooaotilutl, Soon Apple 13 EaR
queenDummy's for b.l.m', by a k or Shut II md M.mola
: OF1 otty .m.lnlnl un"lduld"r intersotat a rail or cabs Interior. etterlor decoritlnPrenrh fnsa50audasuldlusCaaMrn50donot Sloe., .Iad. '.
last trump was led! ..Id .,, '* In the amount, of i% of the bid' not needing four centumi lid nodern panehniRoofing 001aoa shop. phosa 3.d
E'rHct: RI'HIINIILL ISODORAS8.1Jt. per pen .0. Ar toe'OOibSPOxT
.U
A SM IA1'f:H DISCOUNT yable to the Board i'f I'Iullll .,'1. .. 3.14
1 end aidlno 2-0200.
.:" : a000u payable seml'eooOolly nnJln. 211 .
and East won with the ace. He! A.F.DNOTICI COB PUlSATION I natructlnn of Polk County. Hor I oI natea Ease aiymentt.F. *. .. IU .ID..L
TO CIIID'TOIII' I and I of ea h C.I
had nothing better to lead than By albert Matthe Ida. ai ..Id.n. of good faith studnlarsotoslol I.r.m.. erafUaiao TRUCK 0OnnsteoI _
TO All. H-RSOMH IIAVINU II': 5. Avenue ., thaauu"r.slulhlddrr Year and m.'urlnl .11.11, In an 3.1. P.. and pondedREMODELINO Plumbing Seppilesa 55500 a .,ilmuo. too"roes
another trump won by Suuth'ajack CLAIMM OH DhMANDMAUAINHT : l.k.l.nd K.nlllk", Florida .eOota and fllml.h IC nu.I In.lalm.nt. on Juno I ofosl'h .. 1 eenil eiperlence. Al 0 M
: "I Iso to AWNIMOBCsncrst 4. .,
KAID KHTATE: '0" 181. a MORRIS Do-It YooreelfPliiBblne Apply peraen.
nf o.
East was left with the You sod \.78n .he at plbl. II.trl'I"n bun In.'luelve. patIos. .
oath nf
only: you ale hereby lalued IrH.1 bu" .. and Slwtrtoal guoplln } Carrier Corporation"tie ,
Polk :
THE CIIICUIT COUIIT 0' County 1100000 SHah Bonds. Rein '.., .. .
notified "d required lo file any I lltenaer H'hn .d 11 Free lalomalloi and oellverl, A**" **
il.lni and demand whlih you or THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN by n Murety In Florid'o"I'.n fi r 1''mlif I. to be end on .un I. Ion .. .'. tool nnul. pipe ala ud tnreaded PtorlJa. .
either of you, may It p0db "at THE STATE OF LO"IDA 10 do bualneaa behalf of Ihe Board of Public lu. 54 aervne. 554-0415.luo4U
bun DIBIT ..
High Calls cold .. ate In Ire offi,'. of HON IN AND FOB FOLK COUNTY i 10)the daya('ntr.ul aft.r beingawarded price. within eon thi"ontract I tu'lon 01 Duval County Florida. .. .. liN." .'10.1. un.4 J4111

Kit'IIAKU A. BRONSON County CHANCIA.V NO ..m..2.t.LWRFNlb.IDARHUR"T said bond nf 'l.t.each "U. .-
.luilie of P..Ik Lmtnly. al his of- guaranteeing dated June 1M4 Inter Eo LJtiIOe.D Printing I. ...
of Mid t I
For AttackOn 11,.. In Ihe Court Heat In BartnwKlorlila ; i the the performance premium cold bond'onlr.rl.to be eat it a ,. or not exceed. IsO g.I. CNCU. .....
.
within I I all calendar lOAN AXUOUATION a ) paid by lbs laid I'ontra,'tor. Inn fiur per centum per annum Una I. eurbe. pittoa andbrldiea. FOR ALL boor prtotmi aeed
nntha from the time of tin flint ) Pavel Ie oonl.aopually on June I '
Cororalun. pl.lntl All bid ehotlld placed In .n Merrla 4S4M14kaaalaiid ,call MO CoaoneKtu FroH FIRST CLASS
I 1t.
liiihllcallon nf Ihla nollci. rah Y nd '-.ml' I of each yaansnul .
coaled, adlre.crI
,'I.hn ... demand blast be In writ. WALTFR WARHINOTON and ) ivelopo' of Publlo InelriitlniHoik I 00IOn o.llrln. .rl.n, In annual In. I. L"ob..d. UlhoiraphlntRidtatw
Poverty 11,1 Pod eiinlaln the plan if real I. HI'Tli Ma t Board . on Juni I of each 01 .. WELDERS
WA8HIU"ON. Florida. rio DrupirlesDRAPES
buys and po.t offlte ..leI.... of wife, ) Hoone(Countv. County Hh.l.YM. the ,.are IP"7 to IIM, both tn
Iha claimant and mulct be awornIn NOTICE OP SUIT IIII.rlntond.nl. ,clualveMINI Snlc WARTI' PIT CLAM WID
THK OK KLUK1DA1U Vurt Houee Anne. Rorow. 'I.r. .DM Blate BolideNrrlea AND ellpcorera. euilom ; TO
By THE ASSOCIATED by the hi. sCoot 01ittnrney :
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PRESS 1'ho
.1.II.n. 1104'11 da. and th anal"a prnjixl made Your tabile er Ueholiterlni ANY 'PI nsdlsl.er ionnieanIahO5 I W&LDINO: TaT
or the aaiua be ouws.pnua. fabelli >. J. In be I. t. and on .. CONItSTINO OP
Miami Mayor Robert King 'old. .h.1 Brinleu, truetlee. loin- ihouhl b planed on the ol"td. 01 behalf of thi Board. lie Intrunllon SKI loom. IJ2I. ne050ins, 0100114105P0040 'OVIRHKAO HORIZONTAL AND

High, a Democrat making his FRANK Mu'MtfANAs ire, ri,'.dlon. laelKiieeo, erniber the .the _: .I Inrikalltethat a bid of Bniward t'oIlll C Tampa H'"hw.' .- L.OlOt.S .1.. Serftce. Mil VERTICAL 'BIN. PREPBH

AdllhI.'r.lor L.T.Aof .. by, throughunder : : hlorld. In thi denomination iII :1 MIN WITH aX ,
first bid for governor In the May laid eatatePlrat analnit I lbs roil for aald ef .Duo MI.h. d.o Jun. I. IKS4. Finest IDIA TR BLKB 5105544 MalNICNANCB EXPUUBNCE
... .rlo' Ie the lubjeitnutter Curing 11. .Id ... rate or ratea BUT HOT MANDATORY APPLY
primaries, toured part of north Publication Kebruny il. I'l whlib building until final .... bearing a .1.10 .Ih. R IN PEKAOIf
of thli lull. who ire noleuo'eudlel lour per MUTUAL ... 15.0Luwoos Mlri ill TO INDUmtlAb
Florida with what he called a U.71 not known to be dead or alive.You .f tni eiine ky lIla Owner, baa. I. .nnu... payshlo ..,nl.unu.lron .nlum ,.aNC'. C. naernost. I ouh Po.a 8'O"'I.r.. R L AT I0 I. DIPARTII'r.
Ceetrsolo.ltsllOanryathls.o.pee.
two-pronged attack on poverty. IN TIll CI"CUIT COUIIT OFTIIS are hereby nOIII. that a .. builder'i ,I. Inaurinci. Ining .Iuluc .nd '."b. 505.551004 W.Oos'lbaoslSsSold. OMOOICAII: "A..ID 01.
TINTH JUDICIAL CIIIICUITD Bnll h.. boon CII. .! you both fire and wlndatoem of the: years IMT to I*S2. botb. In. LoOstasd tnduuioo. .V IswiovlitgFOR PA" BIBW. PI.
High told In LOIIID" IN AND FOe LAV.Ht.NCK- oliielvt'Hoooot 4IJ* Pree eitlaiuea.lBt nR.DLI. PRIDI AN
newsmen an In. .nd each of you, bv ....rage, with loss payable te lIsa -. UAJ
'OLK COUNTY. IN CHANCIIIYc. llchool Rondo. IIYIGREYHOUND
MAVINlW mall
CKIAettt'RttT FKDrRAL; uiaRT-"w"'I
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terview that he would levy a Contractor and Owner theirtereat Is- of eiouibelia
*81..nJnIN AND LOAN AHHOCIATIUNIn Herlei K lo be leaurd hir end on ni T man. ellantle kuriale .
severance tax on minerals and RKl AI'II'IN wtU.tl the above entitled riuie; and Contrectnr sssOyoppsar.Tb. will be required behalf: I .ui ihe Board of Puhllo InIructlon e ., call Kellua Rew>itui| Sere.lee .
'
timber to raise up to $2] million ANI BARTON) LKK fill pat your you .Anawer. hereby with required the ilerkf 10 In i build OnuS complete saId projectwithin In of the Hlllabnrough denomination( ountyKlorlda nf. INCOME TAXI MKUll.

a year earmarking one- KANE MISORA, HY thla Court end to aerve a copy ineclal 11. 1m. Set forth In Cite 11000 ea..h. dated Juno I. 1M4. -Swlmm Peels BUS

third of It for Industrial development 8LAI WILLIAM.K4. "LFP rilNK.. .hereof' upon the whounsmesod Plaintiff orlalntlffa Trio .u.,11 oondll.n.bidder. if anv. bearing Interval foam al a rats pot' .motuseel and up DRVER

In the counties In which "PATHIII.NOTICI Attorney will be notified wllhln Ih'. 14)lava ..dln.. .nlum, H & R Block fOOL CLBANID repaired
addreaa tat AI.BFIIT C. WKR ifter lbs bid la incepted pr rsoou m .ml.nnul Co III i ted. ehenuaui aupoilan.505i05b55 .
the tax collected YOu WILLIAM P. K.'SI Attorney at Central on lone I and December t W5. m laei Immediate[ for
The 11.
was rest .14 Thi Board of Weekdare ItM U t PM 1.1."U openings
1.,11.
Lam klu". .dd. routdeuce'S .. It. FlorIda. In.truI'lon"I y.arsn d maturing rl aini.ire .
would (0 Into the state general I ml later than P..bu..I.rh ltd PIllS CUlnl,. suuul, ill000liltlolttll :: r.ln. of I lakASuS.I555 .'I men la train I Inter city

fund. I 111 Mica HarrlKon. Ohio. Klreet Coufreau If you fall will to heettor.doealnsl do ao Peirea Pro .1..rlitrt and! 5 to owsiutsan. talyon S lutfoeall.ILIIGAL d all. .hoiSt.,." In'lu.I'of tho ,ynara 1047 1: 108 West Walnut St. Tilivlslonsrhritti bus drivers RequirtmenuHigh ;

The second prong would be a YOU ARh llt-RKBY VOTIHtD ,i u for thi relief demanded In It,. lice. TUT HOARD OKPIIBIK a complete description of'iold Phona 6S81958RAINED Sho tducatlon. 24
that a fttlihin liren filed In Complaint ) bind lielng oonl.ln'In thi 11 T.VIION ..tr o5 all

SI.23 an hour minimum wage lb sebw.stv. ted ..I'OUll ly WII.ln The nature nf said suit belne forfnreilneuioj (> IS.TH"ITIONrt" polU..n herein th .hlbl, INCII (55 .- cut...USI. .".._ .1 3 years Bae. Height
Identical to that of the federal Lei ( link* aloa. alopfalhrr. nf nmrte.aee; recorded 'r COUNTY ., throons'ud ullant t3 3 0. 7 IU t 63'. Minimum weight

nduptlon of WIII.,1, Patrick kaniJr I" Orfhlil Record HHk "'. pane r RACK IR, :; 18 FI RTHKR OIDIRI\ 0 PM .. .... Berth IJ5, maximum 210. Must
government and would Include and Burl K.ne. nilnoraLy Ii,. Publlu Reoordi of Polk Counl'. B ; oi 1 hi this Order be Ol' C UItohcA. Kathleen UpholitiriifjlAOom have
raneeeutlveeiki Bead 4M-4JU. food character and
all Jobs, even household domes the "Ullo".r. William Lee. rlorlda. ooverlniLot Board of Publk "h week for three .
: an required 11 In Block of HIGHWAY In a newapaper piibll.heden urHOLSTKRINO .driving record Experience
tics tu : m copy oruu Anawer or ADDITION to Allburndill. I Inatruiitlun .I Polk I. .h of lbs S'iiI Ollia of Madl- Fwnilnr ue. Ull draaee. ..
Objet to ciuae why said Florida. iccnrdlnf to plat there. county. KlorldaKHtLL&T Columbia. Polk Lee. Kecam _... .sumssaa, net ops.d driving hav equipmentnot

Former Sen. Fred 0 (Bud) should not ,t'aotod on of. recorded In Plat Book II. of 8.Tho BOOMEHetratary rk..rd of .nn hi.Ln palm B.b. Duv.l. Ht sans furoIOuio POlO,. 505SslItOsaPaclS necessary Must pass

Dickinson of West Palm Beach, t I- attornovi f r-etlili.nerTKOIANO pan J4, Pnbllo Pecorda of PuulhCaunty of I flDa. F000lsurs. Chose 00.4. rigid
Publlo : physical examination.V20
AND ROBfRTI. K. 0 Flor Ida t I..lh.with 11.lru..ton FlorId (', final publication u.r 5131. .
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campaigning Orlando Drawer It*, ..kl.nd. Ytorluta. and the followlns ." l.m. Polk ", 'ach aald niwipapera to h VsMtloR llhds I vision
stressed what he said was a rile the the offl<'e ofho of V.ln'"N ,Pool thin eighteen (IS> days pro Contact C. A. uncte.
I.O e rl the Circuit I Court enor In sod .r..hI.I ::I::: TNt CIIICUIT COURT OF to lbs dill herelnabove aet VSf ,VR1CAL A N D KraU or
need for modernizing the 1885 A t'll a. n TIlE .eOND JUDICIAL CIR. be hearing. In form, lm. andanner UDIICS"ID D. Bounds at Greyhound
Impr..m.nl. .a..8. R
Florida Constitution Heroin tail sot :; d... pro on .rt. !11. CUlT, IN AND COO LION m aa required b .IDI AI. .. ..,01'1..1

ooofosao vlll b saotn.t5ilTNKtl4 Hume. Cnlemin HellerWI1NKHU COUNTY LO"IDA 71. FlorIda BtatuieeDONE C A A"-lt Teril Oln. Fia \
: icklnaon said I the state my kind and the mel $10435' AND ORDIRFO. Itallnhauee. -- D p.m. o Str-
hand and the coal of ibis ('ourt, Bartow IROIR TO SHOW CAUSITATH da)
at I'olk
my t'lold. Jlh day March 14
a long ;
should develop
range of sold Court In Bartow. folk County. Klorlda. this seth day BOARD OK RUUt'A0 of .1. ItM IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED ,

program of highway construction -ounly. .1.ld.this 10'1 day o( ehruary, A. D. |)MSKAL.I o TION \ ILJIIJA.r I ?, MAY WAIKKR ----I March IS; Monday, Marci .

take advantage of Ke-hruiry, ( D, H' PLOAV, JR.Ilerk rpirata 'Iln. I Jililli i'f lbs t'ir'oit. BUSINESS K or March
to more 'scAb) 1'1.. H I.US. JR ot the Clicult und IS of Article the I ('ourt ef be He*i.idJiHlltlal L. 1lday. .

federal Interstate highway funds (lerk S'troUItt"uulrt ('on' nnatliuilon of the Hlate of 'J l'1.,1 , '
By Ivlan A. Purvl. I I.n A. Purnla "orld., lui'Ida. li for Classifedj ployer
and allow all counties to plan I '
l"PUI Clerk Deputy Clock PtIut'eunr, Lon C"ily.II ;
around such highways V.701 V.n, .. ) ;I 0 *



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EMPLOYMENT FINANCIAL .LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, March 13, Isfi III

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EQN RENTALS + RENTALS
S4 H.I, Wonttd Molt 62 lvilnois HOW L0ra om A etuoo
Opportunities ... DO MXJ PKJUrW IT WIU. IN I HO WHALE I Io

nBSTAOHANT 1ItII1.MD;r :..=.. 'WIIi!REoP104WfDoWM TO OWVB TrwTTOtwVMSJMM. !POMP THe IT J 12* f,mih! .d Aperfinenti 134 Mobil. Horns lots

and buHnoi Eicallanl looatl
OUT AND PINOVtlWrtrt MrWBSOr
DIESEL with laad euunau Mint ROW. _. .. THRRX BOOM duplas. scat*t DOltS MOBILE Park OlIO N.wmam
Beer llaasio. SU-MM, tag.4IS +LV A''A-. !OAROTRIqaa7 at itnu child All raooto, OsU MOasan Hiinwar Urta drr koto

= or too at lit helL KMU d.1psl ..1..* """. ills-
MECHANICS 6S AVMMM ..-.. ......'2PiV'i"A
Mertgoges --
AChe P110,l Poll ii4": -

WANTED' Pill CUM DIBBB.urcnANics BUY 5UNIl I. Mllninoe FHnd .: ;l 130 PunIshed Heeiis (Is te.lI. 50,54 'ood. .b.... lad

PIIEFS* MM TO > VA mortsam, pirn Hot Itrdan epaoeUKBLAND 818'-.

BE FULLY QUALirajp iv EXPERIICNIB I'll Oarp ol Florida. Ml FlorIda TWO 55001001 8455.. *45100 :: GARDENS Mobile
IN ALL PHASE OrPERMANENT :, A.... UU .- In. 01110 lIe "". RuStS01S, 110 Homo Varb two mile, weil on

IIIU" Fl N LICE ONIL PlNANetIro AVArLABLS Con. month __....1 055145115. 553Elol Drana Field and Old Tampa

poW liED TRACTORS LOCOMO.ItMA. tion loana ail old i to V.,.-... Hllhwar. Recreation hall altullenonrda. .

'J 0 I H IA. 0 II" AND :, onal aernf for\ .,. orproipectlvo TWO ROOM 05050. lOSS look ( laundry tacllltlei .avod .

DIIA..1JIIA. h..awneri Lak..-: ; Lames 5105.0. ro.... Litntlni Modus IMaoi7 -

and 1IIe."... Corp Its Bout 515.0,0.111hen .
NICE ONE 1.11881. all
JOB. OOOO WORK. Ttnncniaa Avenue, SI3. m Call IIIU ::1-_. :Aiiii MOSILI ha i ,. lois, ns.t
coNornoNi. AND uCKLLBNT
INO .1 Lok.I..d 4024 11I11... llrool
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LOCAL SEASONED
EMPLOY BENEF lit norleiee TWO BEDROOM uraiibad BOUM .
> ,,... MU 3-Otls
PLANS APPLY IN PERSON OR 13000 M 15 000 For Inormetlen for ...t. Bawl* deooratod CtUMO

IT LETTER TO INDUSTRIAL phone 112.2213 ", ._- I.MI3 IlIAD? LOTS aborrtoboard. Bod.

RELATIONS DEPARTMENT AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS 1 WO IIIDROON: ....., Sit 455.aIinIsoS on aalllllM. elSa nit raemabowari ..
AMERICAN CYANAUID COMPANY 67 Wontid To Borrow MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE I and laundrr Clran rnal .
.. .1. ,,_ l01I. 5011451551
BRBWSTBB PLAN. I Ira .... Thru oils Eatt i 52.Ph. .
rosldasfl. P15,1,. IItJ I. ..,. .
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OPPORTUNITY FLORIDA EMPLOYER AN EQUAL: ANTED: : Induitrla: UORTOAOE loanommenlal .7 Articles For 103 Fvntltvro Appllonei; lit Automobiles r.r Sale 121 Mobile Homn 129 fwrnlikeo' Apartm.lltsl OIlS ....1.'.. .12.1113 dais 4041

praperreOO'V Sele-MIIC.I oNt BEDndOM, air ossdltlanedcollate US Rooms Par !
RIB
client[ occupied parment, 4,01418014. Bi.1 WOULD 1.111. .... VACUUM CLEANER _.111. r., 1505 CHEVROLET V4. four d.... OWN Ell TIIANRPIIRRm. .05,: FURNISHED: OR ..urnlehrd, ornu .I Electric Utoien, IllS
record Oroevnt 10 III, PuIO.nI. conditioned new Ropan. parlnOraudald hvll 10.. S.lilr. "dlo. h...... ..ill II s 10 Rraal. looated lot I bath intranoo. .n 00 IeI b.tll. AdulU Ul Dado ClOt
|1..loo ...uoll,. 10... Inuranco :: : iol'F..1: Electric. Hit Olaveloa LUtomillc. Mil toi C..... 51 II ... .1..... cordon -Mobil,I 50. 00 Monthlr Nance Apt,... Hithwarn o. LASOE ROOM, 01008. Nra, bilIs02IoSsp ....
utllltloa. 1200 Wan 1 .FStSrVId. 10100
: Pork. 505-5305. ...t.. MO 14441 1 nsa.leRbbiS.
CLERK ..000. .111 par Sb. UUraetUdiar II 55501 ill HiilDU Blvd MO S-ml7 ii R""iAil 1113 Rambler Am.I. CLOSE IN ooutiuide. Sewn MO I.IJ4I.
MALE Boi F-J3I. sold for OIlS '0. c.,..... ..* itatlos waton. live lood CLEARANCE SALE UPPER, TWO bed....... llvl. lOOmS. larate, ale rar4. Uood
SOd. d.... 13112. 011"1" lira.. new nattarr. 1100 ...h. 111 VIm. kltehan, bslh oedar .1......, iildentlal and/or C.& builntoeFurniahed ONI: ROOM 10. 5.001015,. 11I1.
Large phosphate company -I COCA COLA 0... 535. OOrR 1I00'j SLIGHTLYDAMAGED East cr..rd. Phone ss -.IHCRBVROLET On nil sew 10 aid 10 wldaa.Prtcea lear atoree. >*. Adulla 88'701 U doilrod. 410 WinOranee 1.1..d .ro. C.II MO .013.1..

nil immediate HORTICULTURE Irlo. 23. N..III Koo-. slot two door II.. March la volume Cut To clearance Tho Bono...,,,, MOTEL: APARTMENTS: .... .?. Ml.III]. PRIVATE ENTRANCE, private .
NIICCIII LOG taa automatic mmnt condition. Beet In ton Ion .._ two _.... Iln..., utllltlea (urwaur TWO IIDROOII": .m..IOI, bath. IsiS bede. Convenient ....

vacancy for ambitious 71 firtiliiir Fiid Sell ....hi... Like new Malls or. SIn Kenilntlon. No doll.?. DEE'S 1151014 0101. 1.1.1. 4105 Mow I."ohod. All W..I 1.1..r. 550 OIU.tI.n....18.Sollthslds. .. 05 lID..
with experience 010145 hole, aewi on boit.a.. 'iii 'IloDol' 4-d.ot.-LOsdtd Pii.Ir. TimPa SlIsbR.r Ill ...111. DOllS II' III.. rail

young man -= .1I.d OtItahro, 1001015.81. 0\0 1963 14' refrlgerator.freezer .,... .8.-.10H. 113. Del MOBILE HOMES PURNIBKED APA'UMKNT' SiIII II C. Lois. DIrk' Roo'I'' loll CORNIIR BEDllOOIl. 05005055.r.t.or.d.
In field office OROUND PlAY P'.0 aol 1.0. 011 ISP., 011".... SaId for cro.1 "ulll Tase.oo, RssnoosbiSMU II.., Main. phone MU. S-I13J 18 ...kl,. 005. bus
0011 .11. LN1lted UOO 5. II.... 534010 Co..I. b.I.. SOW combination with freezer al 141 N. W.b.th MO I.MMMO 1.188' Twa and uorn. 111 watt Main] ..
work. Position requires Pat O Neil, MU 1-4U1 ,. M TRrBWH elation One BEDROOM .1 556 L.bnalIO,4I. MU 10011ROOM
d" waton
570 II 55 00 SR501
or pIt the bottom RetaU valuo 1 NASHUA lo'.ao'. 100 0.4- ..._. .
$53ISIS.
III 110010. .1.
owner Mull loll 280. MU ONE BEDROOM ,..
CLIAM: PHOSPHATE .... foe 0524137I050AIN tIMKIS .riuspa
typing ability with accounting .... rooms. frost bil.ho. "." _... : PRIVATE bain ktchorltllmi .
it alter 4 SalnrdiVERV .. 10500. Child .810014 Oil
lENS. AIlS .... 8.4 IIIn foe 1111. $4OO. $250 cash buys or stool
: MEAT 5110.., 11drIS "' inditlon Gall WIOO. Fhoi. .slIp. lurnlihed, I II ladled (rltai.* ..5.itlaa. .
or similar experience -S 0..'.. MU S3011Clll lineal 55. lad mtsI blOak. 0000 make payments of $10.29! NICE black 1117 ii ..iii'RIo 0R2-I'llA. .le.3..'. IM .. Con'an"nt location rUlonihia ..

preferred. Excellent -COW P\lRTlLIZIIR: Oar ..I.. 110 Electric 336 Norm KentucltIO I DemlniUu 'tr.." IM-0174 CAMPERS OALORB New 1MIChevrolet 131 For Kent MUeeileiieoe 114 Johnicn. MUMO.
month with no down pay No Bundar Sales LAllI PA RIlIR. 10", 1I..d
bC
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rod CIA ..10.. AiR II- automatto
ZOO automatic eewlnt pickup V-l ROOMS FOR ".. Iraaaa .
ooniUorud
and Iou, 00010. All bath 10"000
benefits opportunity -I 0111.LW.. hlie oonnla Like new. C:1 ment. BY OWNER IMl Chevrolet ... full power and sir aondlllonlnl, n.... threo room etudlo ""'" COlli M E RCIAL RESIDENTIAL''I hot and sold waur
for advanbe ,PlAy: fill .. ". lisp roaO.ariet 01... balance I Id M or II pe I nor Snort ronverllble. loll power HI: Dond. camper with even heat flr.t lour MU '-'7J'. IurIIbod or tmluralihod rentnli rod. room, dailp maid aanlrM2T :
.0.1 .1.,. II.......... OODd otoislO. Full, .v".tool. IIIU I4137 bucket eeita. automat l. trane.miuion .-conceivable eitra Llitl fat 17 000 Mel Rod, Realtor Ian Bait Manor Dl r ...k. Mn Oar. .aaaor ..
ment. Preferred age 20 MU t.TOM. Phone 682-0161 on the door. radio ir price onlr l> Ml 1MO Chev., TotOROOMOeloa,, central si SlId. ...-.107 onrtlmi Ph... IU-7I4I. O..n..
outer and tinted elm, new rolo& pickup and new travel I Private antra"ca and bath UUII. EFFICIENCY APARTIlIINTI-: : Ml Norm Ktnluckr A...
to 30, Apply to Employ- GROUND PEAT 11 cubla mad .1 45 CARl Tni.r ion.,.. _1..1 life. II000 actual mllei, Pill trailer. Loaded with ....... LUtior I tlaa urnlihed fteluencee re- Utlllot :.bd.

International -lard Bawl Prat Com...,. *iLikeland 0015 SIoelfl. 13. "orlll 115.lall. 34 mortaaao. tit monthlr Butacwnubla ( M.too. .u, price onlr la.- 541104. S.IIOI.. lurnlihed. mm. 110 weekTo
melt Supervisor GOOD USED refrlierauSTEREO .. II 00.lI. bedroom eountrp horn BEDROOM: EASTSIDB Local .
: Mill Blvd a4-.7M alter lakee See el8. 1M4 Y.U....... traileroomploto par
lost. WAN 1O.lb. 110051' 011.pallrnnL eotittr' POUR ROOMS aol b.lII. W..I.... Do..t'Irt Souttuldt apartment6U MU .
& 1.1114&
Kin
Minerals .,..
DI8KD-IlDOKa. tin 110"'.. \ IIIU S-ISIS.' a4 Bomar Trophv Shop Ills Bleeno (our Brand 0111. .r..I1... IoTA A..orl.. .911291JJ .
Chemical Cf.\&pt..t.\lon. 72 Flowers Sssdi Mont AIM. .h..... d.I&. 010111.1'i souUi Florida ovenlnta anl>, or lIsts 13.173. Our price onlr" II lit totalio. adulU. 141 South Buo.ATTRACTIVELY lId! MODERN room. klUhnprlvllmai
11.,... appliance and other (ur roll MU a.14JI IM4 Caroueol coroner. New. II... prlvato antranea. BMrvlaa ..
South Floral Aventt, .ituro at aaov Cochran Btraet THEATRE INS FORD Ranch IIIUnder lor '1.11II&. save SlOe here IM4pr Mobile Homst Coupla or I CollieS ladlaa .
PETUNIAS BACHELOR: button Wabaih Avenue waeon 0l tamper. New. lleta fat FURNISHED o.. MU .-..7.. 701 ralrvar.
Bartow Florida. and snapdraaou REPOSSESSEDThe ."' radio and heater. flood and two bodroem _
001 aoaolnRi. 00'
tagg. Our price onlr ...a. Dirk ,-
iiOHTJAL OllI1I.,.11..0-31'1
s.Io.fOO ; condition. Trailer hitch. 11800 .
00 I31 *aet .uta PlarkIn Phona MO 1 Jnl,
Auto Belee 1011 Eaav Mainreet
.1' CSSI'liI With, SiMS aId finest of Its kind. Big i ouR or I2AO down and SMamanaimente 136 Rooms With Board)
AZALEA ,So. OralM ......... 110" .11" 14km. MO 53031 500.5071FOR : Fhnna MU 1 linoHOU8K1RA1LSH. hlC' DUPLEX .nd un.. .por" Free Rent.
Experienced. Man For ram II10. Lltuitrunt, Vibur ,10. 2 30 p II. screen TV, stereo recor 30 kl. Voriidtuon ".al. W''r flrI.hd.. H... ..1. .
SOLO 1030 A.IaIoI< I.... .. SOARD WITH lu.rh', 10 ...
num. ....oad. Juniper, Hollv. A 033 C.'I.nd. IIU .1088
COTTAGE CHEESEMANUFACTURING Prracantha. ...II... TronlroJ .. TAINLId. ...., dIsh .,4 player, AM.FM radio Takeover door 1,410. 05bps blot. Ph... 'oad Can be lean atT.oilewoed T.I"I.,.. room. He .....bl.. 1Z
i
Trailer Park. Late NICELY FURNIBHKD duple Free
boot bol. 0.. Elpafit: ., 13. NO "J8S Towing. EMI CoO Slraat.II .
.1.... and ".... Owen Nuriery4IJI 1530 North Kesluekr low balance on small Parker. a... Woodill Tra'ler Park Just .
South Florida Opes lunar IM CHEVROLET: Impale ( 011
our Ch"l.ul.
314 Marvell
-
lanDlileara .10.... Inc ._.. afurBooaa. 'I" ROTARY mower. IIrl.... monthly payments with you door ontomatlo trinmlHlonler PACEMAKER 10 ..S'. Excellentrondltlon Drive. MU S HIT Ill April tn Unlvmlikid Apart.
wf tuuclo .....b..d Dalap Prod. Btratton throttle control on the trade. ro ." cia. and brakea .Ir New urniuiro CholoriOalIiO t central Florida. moil ultramodern
Ine, OrWIN1IA. 5 C. I. 71 f. Frulti ViefilMH handle. S31 MU '-. ". ,idltlnned tinted Han. new .. 1841 N.. Tamps Hltb- lOCAL CLEAN OP.or. TWO .d.It.. mabllhome' park LINCOLN COURT *0,10.50101.slolaod'I
... .
HMO Bro It a. "' 10. MillS s's 10 saprsOisioI .nil .
,
look lot for I experienced men li 682-0161 11101 one owner low mutate A flnaM lot aolond pola
IS-A IIIAHA uaai.III draptaor. Call I Altar I 1144 Oikr.UI droll M mobllhome tanch tod a.
...kl.. rAtIONS heee.. Prtmaridutlaa 1.5050. 107 Interlachen Pirkwarautnmktlo PURNIIIHKDSPAPTAN Ir.ller Hortb Llnoals and Wad lib
.. O""OU. OIlAPIPRI7JT.: Plthd '1110. Morh 1adiro PasO. 1000Na. ..d rEbson 50000. Jim.. R all .1H taeilKM an aim rato WIM
will oook 30' FURNISHED
bo .h. uml lurnlihidbeaut
nt Tampa HI...... MU. 1 33KS IOIICORVAIR 1011 doe. do.lu. IU
all reeroallos bulldlniIT'S
doll,. w. .01p. Do. .. SrIRro05m plua ta now
WIlilamI. Lo" Doer Trailer Park
.rr eulturee or both, I. theouth .. ... .. .n lul lako Morion. 15.1O.k. TWO
: TV BARGAINS Completeir trinimlimon ridlo SODROOM 41,1,1 I. 01,40.
"'.., modern eettatieheaet Rood. TON FEDDtRS Ii.r--pump W'.too' Hines. Morton Drvt. Phono MU,
built and luaranteod SJIM Sad and hrau r. ItM sNAil Ul. ALL NEW 15,1. 11..1 ....rololl. 515 aiooth
Ward ton conditioner. Ilk
plant Hall i air. MU I.7177uonn 'p. Pros laitallatloo AlvIn 0001 15110010 111 nor month SACRIFICE, ISIS Her lei l. 47 X 1.3R&I. Uahr. ...... MU a-t
IandncsploigHARDY Or. price Lakeland. LOOt bun I* new 01- 11.1.ice due. MOO MU. .-..... 10' Prune Schooner. 94 ; ISIS .. 3, and 4 room. 111 Eait Barkoland Drive Out Today To MU 1.7e.
Salary win bo determined or ur.o.lAArN. BRAID N I W SPIRIiorlos..ood :; ; .. mod TV M Nile oil Dar TV U30A.bo..d.1I Mercurr, 1M1 Chevrolet I].100 S40 lo leg, adult on

t ad........nt with. ...opnortunltr.11..1 ....10.I.. SOD CO. 'rndItl. Coil K1I .ta4l.. "" .d. 081 Sill 000Pm door IS CH/lVROLIT hord"'p: OKIsr 1..1.sltoIaS 0,0. ,.k.. .11. Coil 440 lIIulberr, .A 03J'ls I I.. O.u.II pureUaw. Owner CIRCLE M i.ith DULIX.. thrra 140 ..., ... 101ait .nd
IdAY
.....11I. Include paid vacationImurancs Hoallhr Loon arueoeDluine POlO IALI: U..d foaOituns s.drOrtSunla MU SSIlO.001K0 ...... ballS. VOdIR. hnalr. SNto 0533100.STUDIO. Lemon '! '. TaltphoiMil ..
profit aharlns plan and Oradlni Plantlnt toss 1301 I.., Lo. I P000110 A kit.h.srt 1,081151.. 5000 Coil 11I11 I. loll MARK trallir' Ills SoS. APARTMENT lurnlihedIcaat .OJBIn

OIL,... FREE ESTIMATES mnP i T .Wi i'"iii : flood .SIdIIl.i. 5011 ""or. IU' IbIS, or MU nJourIOIVOLK0WAI3EO .OOl. bedroom, Come, 10 alter I 05 I"." .teaable 21. In I,51Aod. Alia avail MOBILE HOME DIILUI. .OUTH8ID. SeOZiltl001.

If ID..W. rood ...pl.1O ,.... 'IS N OllnioraTRACTOR NP S-lNl.. rhl....Loa. bobbl. Dial allah.LIII Handler Blvd SAl root rdlo .. Circle, Lake Bonnr pmnliea ....kR1C..AHDaON MU IbIS .one.....bedroom.. urnimed. Call '. ... liios r000. 141-h-
.... 530 IoIt1 1aO Sod hillor. white wall Oil's05liIPt This Week's Special all Ilia bath. lota at clo.,1aca
ES 510105 ......If.... .... .... WORK. Mowlnd dl.i Vlelo Street I'J7" POOl sALt Rood dl..lto .ul" hllca 0.,so.s.n. MU 'PORT8NAN. 025I ONE BIIDROON .porlm', n... .. All ..
10 Buaerbrand Colrt Produrte. Inc iradlni and plowlni Spa- Sill Li 11101111 11..1.. 545. .1.32, ",odor.. E0lrs .1.... Bolt 01ll. I I. d.ra.ls.d wry ,Iron, Pooh.MU NewSO' khtn. Oak r. lor. 1.1..
PO aol zoos Greenville. 1Cn clallao in rand ......1.. sod tradU BABY CRII .llh K..I..I ...1. 'hone MO I IOII Ill) Bait Lemon, Lakeland, .1"8 n. Altar I 10'0 11 IJJ4 .
I,... 5.00. .... 1'. Coil MO .. 10' ROYCRAFT a
call Mr McCHI or ur Oar ,. IU-S4IT. SS4 1111 ADMIRAL II It uprlaht doss x MU ....U.
cu .
area code SO]. ....1310. 1222. freeaa. Excellent condition MU 1ildl MAIN STREET POR SALE: T"U", S .37'. ..... SMALL MOI1ERNop.almmoo:
.I.tol Mul..d 1,0114155 TV I.... clanete. Ion idulti. 114 Bait PARTLY rURNIIDED larat I.
INSTRUCTION 30 OALLON ..uorl.... 01.,. 5sllos. QUALITYAT ASPI.to.n.. I.... hOt WIll. Lemon Phone MU t 7230 $4995 droom. aacond floor. r dn..dnt .
sosilImPod SilO "..11I .
.. 11 .
I attached .b.
hnsI.rSO adult coupla. 114 Bait Urn
a..ullll.1 "MlIb 0IOitlum. MU 3 COMPLETE rooms good 1 JO'. lout trailer and cabana coved SPACIOUS, CONVENIENT lurniihod 1301 West Arlana St. 0. 111mbClAN

INDUSTRIAL'ENGINEER 14 kh..l.FLORIDA' ..133.. PINE STREET .. b, s new roof, Located InItop two bedrnom apartment Open 7 Days 9 5 6 P.M.
furniture $(199)
NARY .TRQLUR Taylor 1.1. Payment Trailer Park .. ...Ion- Reaaonnble to ,,lISbl. paopla. Apply UNPJHNIIHED .... .

: B LARGEST and not d.I..... 511. 1.11.: .o.dlllo.. only $1190 per month. PRICES IbIS offer refund Contact: OlrnnW 801 Went Mianel 80't.415...In. .J 05,10. UU 5-
loll Huntlntlon MU 1..831. U, 1) Budd SL, Ken I MOrbIll COMFORTABLY pui'N 11 H B D CUAM MODERN luml.h" halo.-
".'ladira Collet baoulr. acbaol Ill I. Lakelandeaulf Fine StLARQB POLK TRADING MART '61 MONZA 4.Door. Automatic Park na phon.IIls. .mall .11 111101 I Apartment Reaonable tr.lI.fI.t..... 0004 liI,5oORdltlNOS. BRAND NEW near eolltec.
N lAROB PHOSPHATE MTNTNO ETTER USED '..Ior nirntinpnt ten. UIIII" "rnl.h' Khol.. Tim la tha nloait two
""od dl.1I..d.
AND PROCBSSINO OPERATIONSLOCATID CnOI.1oIW. .pll" IIIU sIr S-doll FURNITURE New Auburndale HighwayMU radio heater 124 Trucks Traitors slob 80S South tlvd MU 1-4031 SilO' ill 0-SOS SO 'Hkl. 153- "deo. ..orll.n In Lakelal
p.rSiop
IDA HAI: A IN PERMANENT CENTRAL OPEN.FLOR. AIR CONDITIONING relrlter APPLIANCES 3.2044 Superb. ... ... ... $186!I I DUPLEX NEAR colliao. poroheiirie 3011.OOE. Ii.toll 5.80450.. '., ..ndl.n.. kitrh built.

INO FOR A GRADUATE INDUS. I1 40I5050..... Wo train you ANTIQUES oil GIFTS I'U INTERNATIONAL: pickup I ,ltd Smell child MO 141 UDllooM lu.I.h.d UEU.'F ... You II tInd.IOsISIa..
TRIAL CNOINEBR TRAINING Write Commercial Trade I.."- WI BUY HELL TRAD 'U CHEVY II Nova Sport,' 001" 5 000 milee. R> owner. It- luihlnt MU I.!0>S. lot 0S5t.CiII IIU I.JIO. cn"... 1.dor. phone MU 3.41.11

PERIOD WILL REQUIRE! MAN tutu. Boi M-3M. Lakeland. Ud THESPINNING 104 Cap Oil, Feel Automatic .. 575 Cell MU I IS4S TURKS ROOM tifiae ipirlrnWalklni ;;; iiil BKDROOM trailer with 15.haRE. ., .
Coupe. radio ITORE:. sold WI
a TO WORK IN DRYING 41 8KW. .... ISIS PORD n. .u..k. 5110I dlilanci lo town ...dlib. Llihu' ..1.. (urnlihtdLaundnr NII hol.
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V PING DEPARTMENT: AS A SHIFT WHEEL, ROPANB OAS for oooklnt' heant <. heater New plus I Mork' Tndln. POlO, 5050 01WI ..rr. 140 .month 111 05.1WilaO (acllltlei .available. 1MI painted. IJ7 NorU and Spa, ....

LY FOREMAN U TO POll I' APPROXIMATE.IIIONTHS AND LIVESTOCK lOll South Florida A... hot vaSt' Irrlkatlon, Induetrlil -- ultra ... .. ...... 1139!i TIWl OlIN.,. IoIU 23405.Ions North Florida AM IOII. mill,
THIIN 140111 TO IHDU. MU' s->.83 ... Call HI.INI. Iv> a Im STUDEBAKER ;i.idTa;;: FURNISHED APARTMENTS Wa ONE BEDROOM tasAlt .. los .
TRIAL TIE penal 0.. ...... I1>1 Me. I, equipped tot oulldlhi tradainna tar and llahta lurnahed 140 per II... 0.. bl.k Ie 510.... Iso LOVELY NEW ono bedroom du
ENOINEERINO DFPART
62 FORD Galaxle 4 Door, PHI. III. boAt to
tubarndalo rlllhwar laundrr. .4417. roo.OI.
Sad nil
$ 4SM .
MINT OR TO A SUITABLE 8 t Dogs Celt Pits AUCTIONSaturday month Ill M VermontFOUR 0p10.a.alSdl 115. ..
PRODUCTION OPENING WILL Automatic radio, heat MORPh VAN lOll' A real de BOOM, ssras.. dIasblo PARK AVENUE Hotel aentlr of MU I.HU4

CONSIDER POTENT: GRADUATE BOARDINO HOLLY Eeanilland ioj Jowolry er Air. Sharp. .. $J39!!i I mSdSblS I workhoria Good oondln locatlnn. nppoilte8OUTHOATE I.blpbSS.bAlidlI town. Laka Walei. For clean lieI .
OR AN ENGINEER: WHO HAS ChriS Tad Van Allen New March 14 .n. VITT economical trannpor.uos ,.. 32a 5 T onao..II. P551snoud I... Low monlhlr, ...kl,. dsIIl
HAD SOME. EXPERIENCE IN Muinorn .I.h.... rhono MU '&10. ."' ... ....3'.1. ..a. ....838. raue lor retired and worklimen NEED A
61 CORVAIR 4Door. A
Till CMIMICAL UIPUCTRY WI PAY ...11. dl..d.. Sold Food available.
1 1.41503. 7:30: until IiI. old Sold .11... : two ,
pm. ml.0mos solid SOOt!I room
good car. .... 1125 luiss
ALARY COMMENSURATE WITH ETTYS POODLE Shoppa. Proeeilonal -- oI51S's ..oIrr. 100 lOulll flor.Ida. irlvato' ontrnnca. IllS ..
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE ....ml... etudi. pup- uit received e large van ...''n..S ooune. UullUei. .b"1 134 Mobile Hems lots REPAIRMAN?
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EXCELLENT: OPPORTUNITIES 'lea, tall Kathleen Road SUop 60 CHEVROLET 4 Door I I I USED BUSES (or ule. School or irklnt IHI84ILAROBTTNRSa

FOR ADUNCllMICIIT. APPLY IN aaj-404e. Home ... ,e... load from Bangor, Penn 107 cylinder stick Lookogood : lit? IrPO Ford, Chevrolet, OMC room. 05th JAKE NOON Four Star 11I..11.Ho. .

WRITING STATING AO" IX.PERIENCI. TWAKC ,.. .," Poodll PAD- ylvanla.. Plumbing Suppllu"Mbntgomery Mao, International Fran loot porch, .... three bedroom hou. .. Park New larieil IsIs In You will find i complete
: EDUCATION AND whit* null HauL drives .P Cooltot H A. LAois. tI'IoUIII .. MU I. lakeland Slab Ill drr 11..1.,
k-Que anaemit. with tarata .1. In JI3
of
ALARY REQUIREMENT TO .. Call 13911at. $89!I ja.rshs S Lnul. S3Ills. JNII .110"1. WSIOr ..d ,.... listIng dependabio
Mil 01a tables bedroom Ward pirfect ..........
INDUSTRIAL RELATION: DE.ARTMINT :. oak TaRts 100101.: ii7 eun poroh.Oar,04pao,11.Ns.05l1.s. netor ,... bue U.". 11001' 10 service firms 'In Gaul-
AMERICAN. CYA WANT.D. GOOD ".... '0' ... uites sultei GET A GAS HOT WATER iED Good new Orovo Farh Sliopplnt' Coner .
.. dining room : SCHOOL buua -
NAMID ro.ANY. IIRIWIITIR': bOaltilol bisoO pIll .." .. SRI 56 CHEVROLET BelAir V-8 I Oil., .. From IJM .... MU I.1114j Mile" Call MU I.1&"S Oood lake llihlnt' and boatid fled today under "Dual-
.IIADL" rwllDAAN omS IlsmSS Vera lnI4IIi..t'I'dUoOrOIlS..flSlltIrSd. center tablet chests and HEATER FROM WARDS .... .
PLANT 4Door.. Radio helter $ | Norlh Lincoln AvenueRENTALS small 1140 North 0" fleas Services"
IQUAL OPPORTUNITY 51PLOTIL MU I MU 11473
ressers, cedar chest wardrobes Have Hot Water When t.1 Loki Drive .
0300 automatic Clean -
one
night stands, bookshelves You Need It) BARGAINSAND CLASOIPIID DISPLAY CI.ASIIFISD DISPLAY
WHITS OIRMAN Shepherd ,. .
owner. ............ $393
lot 5.i,.Or.lAdaltl whlto' feel wash stands desks 14-Hr InitAllaUoo

", lor aala. ........bl.. IM- 117 N. for dint
Kentucky Plecst
5501OIIMAI sdlos, two sets of six cane 56 CHEVROLET Door 12 I tinlnisi BUYERSmeet

PRODUCTIONSUPERVISOR IIHORTHAI' 001010ruro. seat chairs one set of six MU 2-5103: Wagon V8 automatic .
PUS RENT or 8.50. bulldlninouinern .tula
120. .U 5.1250 5,1 "".. oak dining room chairs, radio, heater air1 Clean 110.11I PloaldI A.. 00,5,0

WANTUDICOCKER ....1.1 pup.0I amps, books, dithes, pots 101 Pianos I Muilcel lull and mechanically 05.0 0.imlr.. 0105 b. 5504 tot SN, In the Want Ada If
SEll 11100 ...... P1.54. ..51MIT kind 51 bl01IaeOi. .I.nlf pork I..
.11I11?, and pans of all kinds Come ONE ANTIQUE: uprlinl. BarialnUnnelJ right ............ $39 ...,... AllIS S ,OW lorkoro" hiVe tomethlnf to mil
MAN 25-33 years old to Coli.... CIA 501 :you ,
THOROUOHllllm OERMAP. early and stay late.BAXLA'S I... MO South Florid .
', Supervise production line In Ih.h5I'd plaA.5 for .01.. III Avenue MU i.Jill Many others nunk MO I .30ndMALL e service to offer or room LuxualUI w.n..O"
.. I b a IO a Ss.b.ixc151sys .
Sal .toke... MU ..12... AUCTION Tonic INEXPENSIVE .01 _
manufacturing plant HEAR Spring SpecialsNo ipaca (or renlUtllltlee lurnlihMa .

try baaed on experience GERMAN SHEPHERD: male, 10onllu GALLERIE ([ vitamins No mineral .... eitlo Barber Shop Orovik to rent dont wilt-dial 'ITa.COMPI. .
I THE
.. NEW
", san MU before LOWREY por lIbo,,'.' Center. CtSITIS
and qualifications Prefer :M Pin. 4268 Highway 92 W. I WITH AUTOMATICORCHESTRA But Plenty of Iron) MU H131 now and place alalTI

man with minimum of twoears POll SALE IIobl. 504 ."110 .... 6869033 CONTROL! II' B FLORIDA AVS-IJIO Bo.of I CON 503155.1511
0. 515. '_311. TOT PLAT a one.nou mrtod, $71 ad. Ti An.os.roS
0000. up atndltloned
college end proven PIll pour ...hl nand and automiUrallr Pb like new air your .. .. .
... la
oasIs In Ideal location t 10,500 AND boOt
"O 'I
m s-noR.note melodbacomee .
record of supervisory cx- livestock 'S3 FORD 'J4 PONTIAC Poll 7 h.S15,504SV tool 'rom
9 99] -
$ofs, Motors.Supplies s lull .hord-h. nor A...
icrienco end training Excellent rue Iron Ill 11th, rlnt notal Nsw Polk Federal bulldlni' Per CLAS0jl1ODISPLAv_ I MA"I' 0".
SEE REAR FLATUS 55 BUICK 57 FORD ,..1 fat I....... .lc. 0..... will, ISO ... .*.
benefits Mail EVEN Fins Ucludlnt aew, lit.r (Ml ir Cabin CrG..., with 50OP to lull raqulrau -
MANY keaulUul Uriel sow 51CHEV.-57 PLYMOUTH porllll. epa o
oiler ..k... MU Evlnnda ". polo, W. LAKE SI.
t. el 4 Beet alertrle .I ,.. H. W. suxnard. Phone SILL YOU CAR 11 P..a
reiume of personal data a-joat alter 110 p Ok ..d till tra ler. Mil. MU S.140). '11 PLYMOI.TrHTONY'S' ....11M. TO US ,...S.ssll .ISAS
73 0 South Blvd CANNON MUSIC co I -
training experience end ..... .
PIGS, ROAD OS 510 WI PAY TOP PIOUS FOR PIsrolSi-IIIS ..
to DI. rOth Pttooo MO 5-1011 II POOT 811. 30 H' I...." 303 I. RorIdS 115 .12..181 1l
salary requirements Rotor SIlO 50415 12 hOllro SilO 0001, ""dOl Enos1IIf.ITUOJO AUTO SALES ANY CLIAN USED CARS. 5

rector of Industrial Rela WELCH OIll.DINO ...,. SnAIl .nd taClr.' Solo ..Ir... 101W..I PIANO. .. 0SI UDGIR ROSS LAKELAND =r5-
osdIlS. ..... COIl K1I -.un.t2 sha0layIslIlilolt .
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ions, P. 0 Box 447, Lake- HI.hland 50.14.5YINROJDU ; b, 1I.1"n. 0448. 1042 MEMBER FIADA I MOTORS. INC.

Wonto. lIvntKk PitsWAPflTDI TWIN. 3 l"- ;;.04liolal. 10.11 PI.r'd.. ITS THE DIFFERENCETHAT CLASSIFIED ADS 0111., 5.ob WslmSs.l G..d.mlslp, A.lm.*
land. 00cHI ..0,41000.. 100 Lol PIANO: MASON sad H.pli CoomIs 1500 W. Memoriol Rl.t. 150.050Its 1.1 511.0 T. Moos .01 A..M.w.

III Laka Bonn' UoIIllo Horn.P.rl. .118,1 10.0551.. i IRS SbS COUNTS" ,h. MU 2.5111
A ,.. hIm .SOuI SI, 226 NORTH FLORIDAMU DISPLAY I-
Post bon.alfl. C.II lIor"' "Gt.ASSIPIRD
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Delrr MTJ S-oua. POll 'AL' CiiRIoa 5 R P. .... 533-1720.. M869
5ePTLLER S.I...... P0,005 i ...rd ....,. Like .... .". C.U ,boll fI.ItD 0..1..1 .1... lot I

.062 101. 050. C.II .U. .1711..

BRUSH ... ...... MERCHANDISES ON' YEAR old 14 It. Whllehoueebortlaa 117 Automobiles. Wests.1

over Slot a went .. inn .... boil with II Evenrudiator 109 Iidl. TsIivlsl.i RACING WORLD!
Do rout You ... tipecl M .... SilO 0,51101.555054.0004 PLYMOUTH-ROCKS
thai much .. atari Call _.... Ikyclos MotortytlMedelt. ..ndltlon. UU 1-4311 VOID II" TV. Oned 0104ltiOS CASH FOR YOUR CAR

1-4 p ... lo wo K rou cio eIt ..u- 'J' 103 ParIs Dri. stIlt I II"
(ar dealirihlp.ALESMAN AIID YsmoAs Solos 100 Bid}. Materlels Etc.USED. Pandarvll Chevrolet Will81A' '
504 SIPOIrS ....&rl. 51.10..
WANTED for homo ....... eporU modal Ian. 11. Rnteersnl Equipment ear WE DID AGAIN -
.. I1-4O Comailulooluo NEW eondlllon. rooleeoo i
.11"" Ml .lock Lakeland' Crete CeH II' eeven y5iiT'
aompanr benellta. boepltol ..oat Memerlot ...-.... ,. M. ..... Sheollnt I.4e. leI MACHINE Frlfldalrt. AIM. FOR STOCK CAR
...1.... traup Ilia ",'d..1 andealth 2.a i. l.l I. 10001.. MS Comoeiad I SIlOS drink .1......... Btalnleeo NEW TRACK RECORD
April 'ord.. 110..,. 'AD HD PLH. Ilka new. MISS MU t-tat Stool droll beer b<.. twi
44 LoU Wire DrI... ._t...., A-I aondltlos MMeot : TOO HIGH? I
tlteriburi
11811. Phono Ot. M.P.H. OF MILE
C Brews Died C... eornor 103 remit* 1 AppllenceiEFItiaERATOIIS 115-5071 0011001. 11-51 E.T 123.785 QUARTER
orida and Parker endarvli Chevrolet will Pa, eJf
1 I Work Wanted ,... late madel ear and lead
R W A S S SRI.s81L 111'Spoiling Goods .
moo home In ana ten ean afford 'I
wonted MowMt .7 Articles for Sals-Mite. Sit OORlitiltltI.' 110. An Sea Mr. Ruiieli or Mi Duns
WORK
TRACTOR OT) EQUIPMENT
515105 ftAlrsd P1.1st SOPOr.Snalos.
OPEN BOUSE: Apicho iimpln
and dleeuii New oaulnmaMek
Boo ua (.. tood need op- t..u.... Preview 1M4 modeli PENDARVIS
aervlce. Call lor (roe roll.ISIa. AUCTION SALE
", &.,.,...., Sod
aneoa POUt
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... .h 1S-U Flare order and re-
Fred L ...... MU S-OI1I
Every Saturday. 7:30: p.mBAXLA'S roe dealer Mtto d Dar TV.Ap- ..1.. free _.... 141 to l.o. Deverr -
rs DO tractor work duelaowlnt .. PIISll0. 1330 Aubiirsdalo Rd.MU 11 whan "..'rod. Open eve.Inti. CHEVROLET I
linaacoplni AI.. have i a-aiTi ltd ft John, IWI ParkIvd '
till d rl. "_.0111.. ....1Ot1 or AUCTION GALLERIBTermerlr .. Plnellaa Park 111 H Florida Avo 09.P,____, ? V .e- "
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Tho Aaetlos ..... BADCOCK'S ii'I OAUOS Ono,0i5Sll14l5ll. WANTED CLIAII: ..,. .40 Ie 'N
COLORED WOMAN wanla job ,....". Gold 101.... Ilk. .... 104.1. Call IIIU ..3.... I
_IL BioerMncedId Wo Bur or Son lIt Tws ".. Bavin Their
Iva din UN. 3-'
koueekeeper earun toe I > .2e. ..,. .1 W.rho. OO. PAY CASE 'ar plckvlI IpIsob M
.. MO 5.1033RSED SEMIANNUALTRADEIN '11 ..... P81..
illdreoj Call ....1.". 1 12 Wasted Mlicsllanseiis lot Isdo Mil
NU :33104.cA.H .
COLORED OIRL ...10 II.'" ., n', (10. 13' 'P Ouor. CLEARANCESALE

..... ..r' Call MU 1-0040. .._. we 0,55,. WoaSI.. CA.H FOR 155. ..u... ...... Ill S n..h. osr.pIbop
InI44P. sceenud Admiral Saleaervlea 82 .. .Idff. Coli 550-SIll. "IIA TffI

HEAT AND dapendablo. .811 oil MO S-3I7L FaaiiekTV TJP TO aw NU 13372.GOOD !!!.....o.ord.. 1
Ilk. (Iva d.. work or
would USED lur.lluro sod otlbrlIONsPbOid
4S4 R. W.b..11CLOTIIULIIfII TRADB-M ALLOWANCE WASTED OLD I..k ooro 51WINO. ...
.....01 la*. Call MU d733aLDERLY ..111rIluISt FOB YOUR OLD BEDROOM I.... Tom 11.1... paid .. 'or ...11. P..pl p1,11.csII .

: UDY ...... 1.10,1.. 0 sod P0575.3" .55,111017 BP TO IM MU 1.3... or MU I.4104. 'Iark'.. .3..1101. ,

..,L Fire dan ..... 500 1100 wo..... 45' .rS.8.1 .IUt 5 TKADE-Irl ALLOWANCE WANTED, PULL tonal bell WILL PAY .... lor .1.a5oSr orPkku.
I.. SSS.3054.1iikAIL1. 110510. It It 5,4 11110 001' P01 lOUS OLD UVIMO BOOM hapod h_ SIM 1.5-13. Phone .. '.7 or .Id... IIIU 1-8401 I
) : COLORED 5005 5.15 0,110,0 100. ",._ Ill.Sins. OP TO MOTRADEIN MU "1301.

.1110811,01010 ..,k. Call 51014MU WaKerd Maouaclurln ALLOWANCE 120 Form Imalomonls I

110I1.ILDIIILY FOR YOUR OLD APFUANCIOF AUTOMOTIVE

: COBFLB wanle wiai .orkII" AUCTIONFriday TO SIN FORD TRACTOR I.... lap proin -':
trovt W (arm. Can JI1I TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE ,). Plow. "I... eultlvalori
.-04M. Kites Only rDa YOOR OLD Dihrrrs 116 Automobiles for Sal.CHIIVY inter. nil boom. al.Jit. call _
MU '''.0'.
Special ValueaW.S.BADCOCKCORP.
See Tkaaa :
7:30: P.M- ... Sill II. Sir ...dlll......! T. O IIITtRHAT/ONAL i-S005C' A 1964 is the FASTEST competition
FINANCIAL Wo bur or nil (or moN 00105050 ".....1...... Sd ShroHn. .,1 sod dIsc 110. IIIU "U31. IT'S OFFICIAL Plymouth

nled .1.... II.490. Call I Stock Car in The World Yes Plymouth's a
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION WT10JB i 121 Motile Nemos equipped Every
'2 ..tI..... OppertesltlesRud
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CENTER Uals ..... and WarahoneaaMulberry FINANCE V o9rll laood

131I0&11- RoAds Law .. a40 .... Biuuhlnol TRAILER .LU nOSlois. 15s0ll CHAMPION !

50011.81854 ISOSSIPtOPrltU LMLAJSSZTwn. Uuberrr lure Maura 'od Cera, aaavmsI ..... sO01Sl.. lIorlo, ....,..... 11Io.u.

Uti. M-nt-ru! iMvd CARPET CARPET Wall.to-wall I S 5. lo S p S. d.ilr.. PrL SIMS MOA /Iood.... Never laced red. bonded local sod nationalaoiporlen
UlU-ondi Bute .11I.. four nnta I mm pull ..... rum MU Jack'.. 4710 New the Above
end Ride
and
MU 04101I ihono one Mao and ..... New Ope An Dot "........, 0-SOIl anrllmaH3 T ampa ...h.... MO S-SdM Stop In Today Test Drive Ch."piol

COOl Laundrloa. 41 ._.. II.rtor. inrtns abrto .111_ an bore COOn H aaaarlalo Korea oervlotFlorida RAMBLBH 4-Door Wiaon 301' TltAVIILO 1110 loll ....
SEDANSpecial
bath SAVOY 4-DOOR
.. Bioellan. tocatloo .._. Save 'at .
/lour Inlrlcs sloe ooefe n and .tsm. 50(5. air 50141011.4. .. 35010
StillS John ,. at...- Rsoltoe. ... labrtca warrhouat ealee Lakeland AoMeiato StoroSit I parmonlai Plo.,:-V 1-1441 055055 WIlL I.... 801.010 .d

eot-4101 9. O. H.IIIII'.br..... $148... .... Plorldo Ava.adcocB 00404. Wrod ....11... Will sill *
iKSLANOS FINEST OHMI donioaaln M 11/10 alMs North of lotonlolo ... Will Treat Tos RIOLrFIND I II PonTIAC ...... spoil VIp.1. ...or..I,. ....-. LsssID.Cesp.
laundrooiatoaaono. 4nrLEJI .,. SOW 5101, ....1...' 505.05105. $1921HAROLD
operated UO :IoIwa: OIoobv
Poe broltO lilt Bdsa- IACRlPIC' .1I1L"... 'II"? I HI'
..... Drtft.'tUILUI .000100. SaIl 5050. osob toOlsUi. 1PM MERCEDE: .... IM Iso CUT VACANCY

PARa. .. ill board ......,. .... 0431133 door _. Loath ID"' .... air

In''ro ... ... I bed..... 0. _I.... IT FASI r rIn eondHMoee Bieallent eondltMi
Call oiler I dollr ISa-4H4L 3111
.. nb. .._ 030.005. W"1e ... VEOETASLB ...., I1MOora I.d_....... TIME. I

I "I.Ml. UkeundtedierEED _. _, _tril. Ill Bortk Bas It FUSSELL INC.
llS'fpI 101'0 ...ablbi.. "'ro
OPERATOR (er major ofloomtant ,near, the Want Adi! Home. with Claiiiflod Ads ,
..." Sins 080 A......, &O'hl.. MO rent
eorvlco 01.11.| Currentedoi
5111Mm NEEOLS Bluer
....... ....1.... ...-.... or kewmt ._.... Sold for car business or lost dog 100011. Room, '|HI rtment, house, MU

; ..ar laM 00. Is eieellant eoedton Classified ads fill TAOS Mon.n OVER parnonU 1013 Car store W.nt Ads bring 411 N. Florida Av. Ph. 2-711
Sop Whill tOd
COMPLETE BAROWARB moved etacawd MintMM ..lo. over Need 17 reenonilblo OS ......1.aarlp parento to. your needs Look In the I'I: borO.1 001s. flu: sPr1 you tenants fast Dial MUHI51 I. .I. .
bo ,
Ilitorea U ....11..1 0.1e.. IIIU ::1-011. -
balance enlr section fowl I
Completo lassified
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I 21 LAKELAND LEDGER Friday March IJ. 1M4 REAL ESTATE I REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE


RENTALS RENTALS 144 Acro,., Lets For Solo 146 Forms Crivei Kanehii 153 Homes Far Sale 153 H UI.I For Sol 153 Hemis For Sale 153 Navies fer Sale 153 He.set Per Salt


139 Unfurnlthtd Hocus 139 Unlvmlihed House. LAND MY-Mio oorw ..1. roll Ado P1,01 CIte 111 OUTTflHBBenultr NOW Teed, = BILL 01.r_. throe bodroMhou TWO ISOROOM II... toe sob..
cleared pine, lend MM per acre hoBo. frob.Ilrd MIt. 0. 05.340Cr00 Tor a S bId000as hou.. (.rl.hiid. Owporl. N.'ItI too orb. .. Doe lupoleot OWNER SALE!
ALSO PajtTLf Mralened I and CLEAN TWO bedroom houooi.llr 1340 acre eatHi ranch. felled ennou IoIb.. Clark ....Ih. 004403l will toko twin bode walelnc dle- Or ml ....... (or BOBW 1* fvtLoudtrdMt ........ III f45.ond. 000. $50 PER MONTHI
bedroom Mri Rood Reoitair ml I... I. medeeOroeteol.OrOs fenced Corral and ludlncbulee tint ihopplni ond oieeieBtBryKbool W "11._. MO 0. 1120.Uno. Smell down payment
1117 Cut Manorial Bled, .
4WIDrirORNlaHID. Pilmotto Atr..t Mtoo HMO down 300 ...... GROVE & GARDEN Street t Junior oft south Run WHt 1.1...:windier. Avenue TO SETTLE ..... bit Wllr. Two ......... ._.".W.lud.FloeMs OB Parity Hood IB kledulla, a and J bedroom treme nomee
NEW-TWO' bedroom' aIr-rOndl1100 : 10 head of ell tit. only MO.009 .0 eiren of liriutlful 3 year old Opo lunc, aIlornIeS, NOM or tneoBlt property On* room. b..ood rlto.. fSoed. three bodroom Ul. boUt CI hom. Blab ..... bo sOld iBnfdl.nl"
DUPLEX t bed. 1101.0 LII,.rro.rnO Nose .000 ...... four mile from Cyre. H omIlnO,100eo on heal' Mil. br slIOIolm,50. 100.15 It duplM doubl. lar... Orw withltllpnc 1Iao reed. fruit boos Southalda., wltk carport and uUllty .. e Mo ...ltfrI l. n* oloilni ooit no
room. carport. a block ichoolioouUiaata ,.11... 57110 Ken MacrIo. Realtor .. Oardeni. US. hlihweonuie wllh 10 odd",,,nel' arm of .,ar l so 10. 0027301cooniubelco uartmrnl, Two I bid.room 5.0 II. I". It., Our It. Coal .all Blue lot epproatmatalr IOIIMeppralial ':.trw. Minimum Iowa 1117111nl
MO Mil CarolinaIM4071 8H..191 only 7lo no reoro. Bee I ., & deep homeo 403-0040. d OwOm,,1, OWL II.an.ad.' MOM, Me S menlh end MU oiove Ia. far information
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( or MIMSOMl R C. Ul. or 1L.. or.rdn.r SLa5r..... III, 05 SMALL home. I Most iiii' 'r..uz--IIi; iiiiii Some. CMI MO 3-OlIN. 5OpmooI, CIII abel IVoomo. MU 1 1a. ...... Monday brook Friday t
Dick Roally. 1011 laet Mali be een to apprerlole attractive ._ IIV 000.
TRIED BEDROOM wIth ....pO'l 'I' 4-7173.
outh.ldi OB CroW Lko Poll 130 DOWN
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Phone MU 4-0135 "TEDTOWSONRealtor I..t.rei. run tile boll oolorodCOMfUrmi tn. 'iVt
.n NOrth 1II..h..U. I'll I .. ",mint. lood lumni. I... dOOmS.. Acrea, Thins
CHOICE BELECTION OP 2 end 3 11510mm. I Sri' ....... PI..h, kedr ., MU 2-2283
..nth. Coot Brown. lOU\ -1111; BEDROOM HOUEB I l', and PIll hOBO 000.0.. III dowN 050loath. Ooaooiblo. ,...... scrolled. Coo1.1 boB lot Thru bedroom uditudr too bathe. Lone e.oa. _u".
bad-;;;;- 11IIoI Rod, .00MW tOO'? MU 1-311 2170, "ejAj. 0 ower 4007407.POEDCL0100 or four brdroomi Lnrirnnrlrd folIo r.dooora34 ObIOboe. Realtoe.
MODKItN two duIn 2 bain some wllh\ FlorIda room '
I Meaurlal Bred. MU I 4107. Florid room with dmJ 050-0002, Ill-smo OUR MOM

(I*,IIB01Ul elrctrlo. kltrheB 613-2240 or end Mel, Rudy ome. pertly Roeltor I.15J7 cloned E Call Mn.mOrlal CHOICE IIGIL IMO elte:-loon.. HEAVY BLOOM! I ID moa 00101000500hrlls .bol..d ...... 13H14.lc.. Ulllltl I4. Oorrn room double ml porch..r. NEAR COLLKlt. br owner"HoTr 0155010: Joe P. Bridges OM teree blot* 10ca.from Dl.,lelend Llvlne avhoola Horn..
141 dlnetty uohlnd 1SIO Cl
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time eland
TWO 01 I hrH ........0.... o1000. al"d. 8M-4I07 any M.HhU >d. Call MO I.- Mel Rode Re.n.r 1111 I. MI1oCt01 port loll rokkonibly orronstdor'maIler with rentel unlti can amir be HIM room ud ball .r..d

modern ...... .n'hool ... ... ..... 0111. MU 03000Aovi 20 ACRES, matured 110 Valenrl lI.d. 0104157 borne in ouhinio IKREBIDENCB ronveried. into one noiieo. NIb OFFERS ... .... bodroomi. ..k 111'0"I.
Imludlni ulllltlMCLEAN ....2371. 212 Jafla. 1"6 Mati.h OF 11'! AND illrectlvelrurnlebed 01". room Ihree Oaths. two laruao. .no kltohon with' br.ablioI.1,5' .
troll.
: WIlD 10 nil. .niewalit.. alley .aooiaaIY .
acre. D imen Of rlre. $71 000oI..r cott... Bendy to UleO Poajllr room L..III1.lh.
furnllhrfRrli "
TWO bedroom duplrx BEDROOM CB and .ba IoII1Urlll hlah I.nd..or. 2.. down .ildltlonal bOlIDe etona, bui church om 13.Boo PARTLY OWNtR. Iwo bodrooBt CB"ar SPACIOUS CB HOMES ma loris oloeole Altai nm SO'
.. THREE .. .r>Ur bulll-ln .. .
turn tloi.rU iloee I. .to.. I2( eoctlon Lakelend IIn. uoO 0.1 10 reem C.II I Jim Po.... .lIn Clark Realty ...-..31. oven .. Florida room. MOO eoiilty rub with utility row end Irsoodbo.b
Oiceola Inquire IM 'al lotto lOll. Prloe MM per acre Term R Tutkfi, Jr. Heelloime .1 automatic w.ihor .... m"hmoro. MJ perment UU Throe bodroom. I or I bath r.rd. C.. bo MO* leiurterud
i oo II---.mui.. i W belli. bOIlS window. built :3I" down. Bee 1L Oardnor I l' .7173 one TO' clr.u.'...... will ..11 Formd .trol hMtlnt and ,cle Phone IIMiai Marrlok. CI,- imum ot 1110 to ft II..... aVe. lunoar CHI MU 2-7437 doe
THREE. I. renae sod oven Thl. home R 0 Loll or Her K LeliQlcke .1 inn. bedroom. two oith ....1. ale cont.it lonlnt onUro hoi... 3 ,..II Form to plue carport end .10'.... appointment
.1130 1 bedroom 10 John J I. In Inimirulale londlllon 110 Realty lOll taut MelPhono ., i-nt condition OB norm In Hleh hrodroom. 2 lull tII. butha. Cloo000 .
nrmn.n. Realtor 12i W. Main Idol Call elect, 3 bIas .. Lire. 'TIPtOE RIIDRoolI.
monlh lo "uermeneill OM1133PAITURC '.Dd H411o ror ..crUlc. C.II Iwo bath CII
.t. n..4101 Howard lllletl. Realtor' MU 2- LAND 147 Income Property MU -"... 11.1.. room dIntoseeaaod n.... 1.110 d.... MU 1.7504&OWiiAtOflnoberre LOW DOWN PAYMENTON I $100 DOWN
400 acnload 415,5,0. lit\llIto Con.lder'I.r. '.lIer 3 JO .
iiiNT-OR "Mbriuuful sIr conditioned 4110 MU t-OS2000eiiflla. room .
soIl. limo timber eoncleored ..1. .. I Mil eTAUNTON AHnui. oorni-r HARDEE COUNTY AREA
tOte. bedrOom. llvlniouth TWO DUPUIXD Ifoueleie .. IsIs nodil mob... homo orarrr.Ki OUR LOT
loose Plenl OnlIM lot. Throe .
CItY bedroom two b UiPlorld
dlnlne florIda room. ( side 000101 blIrhIlo lunl.h.d Air lood trade foe wull, I Pooh owo.d h.... .1 boot poa.d-
etreet
io elr
per acre Tom. a downlomeeltoe built I *ndovea colonial-type home
hMar room nrsnlo
;
ti82.147. _ TWO r.D00004 3ehtldeenaoherted ... 1L.. LoI..rRn ,ondllt.n... ENmlleOteetieOOn CIte utllltip' Ilr protection. Ho' tkroe bedroomi. bIn onoe IIIdOr....
Call .J022 Osedltee. R C Phone (.13.Mil Cenlral SIC and heat OwnIT ell' 0400' 000 blllClt lOuUl 5100. two lull aalliiarraaio NO I
DOWN'PAYMENT
lonootmeot
iiiiEDiO0n1. .40 month K. too at 01mb'. Ro.II, trMllQTKd. MU 1-1031, coed. CI."ODd 21511111. M000e floon, Ulo roof Include.
505 1.0.001 sod 83' WoOds 0031740 !POOR ROO-III houee: U0* Powha 1011 I... M.IO, lIII.n. 898.11:13I.JIRaI : DUPLEX PIILOXI I. 001 .Ioe 'rKKM BEDROOM CB IIloIn.w 292' WIllow A.... sill MU .1110 drepee, fully lendetaped from C. T. Ratliff Realtor
Road hardwood nnora. and ON TOUR LOT
Providence Oak.
Court oIl n'I..barbood huee ihade
Ion tree.
ATTRAC'tIVa hIll.ldelot. lor appolntm..t M W. Main W.ubullEXECUTIVE
lot oil neit
heal. noble conolllonlniKHA .
electric ranted
TWO BKDROOM house lor rentOn P00107 MU 2.11100.CLEAN ..... oenel000Inp Lo. (011000. sIr plp.t oondlhioned t I o.et.P5n0. r..... and widow ...n. norm. euBAROAM .1:211' ""'W'1iT-jo.tto.lOn. two bed.rooms ,d.... yard Coo. lDonUtl beeutlful no lawn..r. IBM.11.
home. Ar- W. .. .
140 bedroom .
sawed
Potion Hold >t Oellowey TWO \ bOil baalo 123' ..
.. 10040 .rport I', both 0 leo with Mil 1.2903.
",,onlh MU 2.111! ... ole 2411 LsOeolew .treet- 1511 ....... 0034407REAl. ie 5a0550 eden'.mbln.Oh W.nL 000tllhlOO THREE ttlrottIM CB'no. .or k.hop, III 500. RL-11IM MU LOW MONTHLY

TWO BEDROOMS MO month AIH 'CONDITIONED" 2 bedroom. aAIIDAII"1 lIeu L. .- doe. hIm I. II 0000,. 010-0100 ..... Cirport. utllllr *.nln.1 1.MM or Ml. 3.1111. Mri. Win- 3 bedroom m both. Now tol-
MU .-3.:MIHREE north ulllltr room land red I. Oann with FtueoUe ,.... Lo... "'1". ud dlnlni
2010 To Btreet Call CB. ureened .m.1I band 01 land 'D0 with I.. hornet. windows IniulitM, Blot llhborliood NO DOWN PAYMENT PAYMENTS .
-:- Oslo erport ContrnlrnUr loreledilce 10 .cr.. .om. With n.u.... 111 fltONTAOI indualrlel 50010150,1 : no cIte toxoi< '"olot*! tone Inc 111 Soulh "orld.Av.nu. room Mlcoly lenilooeped emaIl!
BKDROOM IWO in
nelihborhood 175 per month ebb shade. imall downaymente Loieled II Lf.h Ins oott. Ttrma. Trim bPdroomi, Mock oonitrucuon 01.1105.1.
at.. Florid room lo ely loun. .. .m'n Cell Melcolm Thome Krduinl I orOAImhOs rtrmi oD bo arranicd
8 1011 Woodlind Orb lot 71 i
t. Irom do.n.to.n Jhonr 710 North Maul 6B34 NEW TWO bedroom houu. Realty o.
homo 10 11110010 Reellor your lot
er lento. 8BI.7..81 Bert Rodgeri 165 Ii .. 0111. .
11111 p" month MIII- TWO-'i IWIIOOMrrm.nlh .,. $00 !4I m.Ohad> tr > 18710 10' Immedlaw oecupaney. 1100 W. R. "Bill" WILLIAMS
Lom.ronrd Children .... Realtor M-8711. worth 110000 To... bodroon ... ft llvlnaarea. built-in ranaemini .
'"l' Rawli DELUXE 80UTHBIOB operUnentn 831 sInaI,. MSOO tnd two bid-i iroomi ALL BRICK HOMES Ull loutS florid Av.. REALTOR LULA
OI6 ,.,,,< Lo1.oleIOItd' Bob FODR CHOICE Lot., aortA end wlndowe. full tile battirrauo *
IHRtE BEDROOM li 1monhlt toed oil Combed Road PboneACHO88 Et.l tide Up tt II fronlaee lIst loteUon 201-203 Ie.t 717 a anon sn. 17.100. Ik.. I" floori ore,.ned porch Don Phono: IM-2M 131 .. PI*. Avo 000L'CLASIPI1D
Viol. Plere MU I-IWI Beeior Two bedroom llylnt Imo ...... II. dlurount foe .h
-- Ill 1.4141' ___ Eicluelee eonlni Private, o.nOIBBON conditioned co.n Priced at 010 tOO. KIM a NlahU and weekend.6U .: DII'LA"-:
.
air .
kitchen .
OC .11' Phono
room onair $56.36 .
tASiIFthDDIPLAYFlit' low down
oe 8.304923. moOl balboa payment 9301 IM-I3I1
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I FROM oollei All,, ) phone MU a 1314 8811-3'3'.
dilly at Sun ..,..
Can be
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blks 11001' III.h 'I hoot 10.18IIIDnn.ld I PARK ..t""vl' 1,01- : ;
PItC1A'-- 3"3'I
Call H.B 7TTIOIMINT UNDER CONSTRUCTION Traditional -Pot Information call Jerry Mardli Pw Bonta I
051 monO clew Die Lorio wooded ellee with'
I MalI'itt .11. 6 0' 0n1utdar,., an... and weuir In Good ternte. CB dllPI., 1I..ld. pietiolleloril500d la deelin feeturlni iarelo CY 4 Ull or Den W'n.' .... PONTIAC .
8.8.9J7. NBC Lend Company-'a-oo.' OeaeoIOr 00. boo. on dlnlni room paneled filly .... CY 31411 Smell down ...m.nl oa oar let
.n.2Ba. room with flreplece, double 3rd 'ft War7SolesSil
: rite 02000 TWO BKDROOM CR furnlihedi Meny Bodele now under eonelneue ,0
FOR SAlE CLASSIFIED DISPLAY HAVE LOT* In MedollamnaleIe i: ,
AVAILABLE door entry loose double letaee
.. kiu-hen. celllna heat, *
oc SOUND VALUES
ed. 0IIC w..r. 71 left II J50Alw Waterfront Property Briar Brae. Lekeland moat o.- 5
14( Rear
COOl 051.010 0000100 lota Inildo elty. lose in ilrabla .ddr_ Boo OKen, buildor '.rrano loori carport new DRIVI -
Iota MO*I* Weet.ldo witb dIe eewer 1150 111-492. Publlx thopplni eenter and OyENT 1 1528 ELM ROAD
LAKELAND .. .
"OTI lIe Wooded lou Norlhelde II 000 DACRiriCK CIDAR Cabll.ii orra Osrdens H. susldel.l IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION THI
N1UW1 JTI l0$2esh.eZ Deilrablo Soulh.loe lot IJ.000 : so. 3 bedroom no.el Ito,. IAROAIH'' BIAOTtPtJIo OOd.e a93.8101. WInter Haw.n. yore modern I bedroom block
1. UO. Qu.nllt, dl.oounlO (on.d.ed, h..... I79SO Ceih or Iorm.L.III hnm4the.. bodroom III 111*. -SALE Nrtr oollrio Two home-til. both-.oork (loore- BEAUTIFULCATALINA
""" Soot'1.*! FORABBOTT.HECKES 00 will bolld 10 'UII. 8.6..9.11 loll Ir.m 0005 lWo off oneeek II ooooenee lob, co..I.D\I.... brdroom.. ilotplni ooreh Cotton CO. modern flreplaco In llvlni room

...212... "'oo"1 tiSeMUM.rl iAiii"L'DIi'i: iiiA: I :. DUn don Croom A.CooehsoSI lIon Dose Co..1 1.51.0 11'00 In roor I3-1634 botwocn .-, p a -oloctrlo kltctto RN-171. ,
deiws,. 0 .II. Moron oo So noah foe 0000tn. Del. be 2510 INC.
.
1).1 1.7100010. on Helahte Lot N,, I now .n 301 WoodssedSitll t I..h.nu a0.IoOe. Coil .D". BRAND NEW On cholco CU... 'II eo no. A...
7000 .0asirii 'learlni leaoeleolt doe homeeltoCorner 88..88. M.lcolm Tbomu.TOREIhEDROOMI land Holihta lot Ook loon. airroe.dItI000d 1 1805 ELM ROAD
.... HM1II ... ..
O0.2.NI17 2UI CI..un hard road ...1it 00 FT Lakefront 35 mil'. we>t Two bodroomi Flor- .31IT'S

II .00 lo.no CO. 91 ACRE of lekeront property: of Uk.lend on Lake HatcKlneha 111 both Ida room. b.Ui ind hol(. Drln' Nice I bedroom block borne-tilebath
00'ZNOIOI 2720 0..1. Cr. lot I oall.a I "000. Hiah ,'lorld room. a. oondlllonodracod double
Lent and -double oarport aid
leer Polk City, fenced leered he 114 01 I'll 500d Phoni
11'00... .,dde, CS00001 boat to KU. frd RH boniln In inn .. MU corner lot Both homo. In a well
loliaZ00WINTIN 1014 .nw'"'" Ih"lIe Terme MOOD W. R Wlllleme. appointment Il r I 3
0,. 1100 "00 To ReolIor OBe-IMI lImo' .. or Ml.ml ere R C. Loll dninblo I......... coll MU 8.13' GOTTA GO! eitabllehod nelihborhood Cites
R L Gardner, K L Inke or Bud I-4U51 or .ft.r I o m. 19J04914 lood urmo ...n.bl.. IL-11M
M.vaN/'U.U.N' All of Vuiir NII'I SOI 140 lot, 'II'. iewe're. .ell at DI..'. Realty. 1011 Ia.1 MODERN THFEB b'droom 1Bouthe -11)00 dowi .UOGltT.D
LOOKING PO" will
D'LI .01. Howls (BSD Mar tredo (or equity In Main, It Phone MU t."113. Irnsolnslion andonaoborn.wsble b.ln. > .t location. CentralheaiiellOd.lr Southelde location more you. to I ITAIL, POIICIJ2806.
.
.121121 131501100 10 luosuIrZIflCeI'ruIleulIS tn,.. bedroom home lubject to ,APPI100IM'3'OLY o .".. on Wo b...IoeouoooShonor ......1 cholctsouthildo conditioning .. to baths. built-in Three tltrh..d.room. -
000 uOO00.2U.1I unto nt oCt....,. Im-01ll4 r..'.... loon Cltrui tr.... LowaMurnt MARLER
Lake Lena UO ft. Lakefront lootloBt .I1.bl. i -- central heat and air condltlonlni R. M.
107 Third '1.n do.,. mortaaio. No mb.Ill. I..- -
SOO 11.100: v RY DE8IRABLE lete In lo ci Breullful two bedroom homo. 7 los OUen. Bulldw. IIJ-4M3 A Mov rllht 1*. Call '116.1'" Corner lot with I Biceoreneo '
4013113$ 0Jawd 10'NED Identlal Motion. eta., In Sod I,oiieie. Income flhown br appointment omplffto d.t... lnd ..on..1 888.3011 \1'... Cuetom dr.... In. & SON '
or _ _ _
near Oil ...bool.1910.. 866- only Conlacl R Cell aol construction opnlco oincf' eluded I KERLEY PONTIAC
". }}',yhiiooi. IT'S aliI.i 1, R. L Gardner or I L lION?. CRYOTAL LAOS 1200 dowo. n. CALL wj ,.,"00WEEK'S LMLA RealtorsCUAtllFltD .
1. MelB lo.lni no oualKrlni Two bed lOOt 0: 5,5515 .t. "U I.M8I
1011
.. Knke DkklRrelly
.' Till I '.M.
I JIJU7T 0230.004.2" ,.,1! THE BEST Phone MU -nlJ3HRtl .BY OWNER: iiooo down bolnco 000m low p.lnl. ale oondltloned.bloeb "Oeewl,0 Lob.l.nd 110. 1001" Opon
2aJl.2,4.t. Ml Inonrodi two bedroom" CB loom Mhool. 113.3421 aftor Hi.hw>y 11 oloM It.Phom .
iimir 77" PLACE TO GO i 1 ACRE LOT BEDROOM home Built.n homo Idrol. locttlon Soul On .. 8m.TWO BEST BUY *U.I1J*

M04MHT joj flomlooo BrI kitchen toftoo Loceted I mIles Prk, I''wn-.h.e.. : Mhool 1 IIKDRooN CR born.. oometsIole 0ev maeonry three bedroom bath OIIPLAV
FOR north ef 10. on 301 I In Croomaoochee 3 mlBuui ril WBi md half homo
.a M12HT lot %.", '"*. Close In SE Lakeland Owner MU i-1761 .31:i Morklniblrd L.,.. phono lu.lohed. W..L .Id.. ..uW.b..h. HI.hlond City OB Hunter In
Cor. .. .B'.1301 (or oppolnunmtTWO I termi 3314 C..n.n. between CypreeiFUSSELLE
IMIMOT tm *** HOMEOWNERSFIRE Hard Road City Water iiY OWNER, on beautTful Leke: aol Oa.nb Low leon p.eme,5
... .y Arlena In Auburndele. two bed- BEDROOM Cl lurol.hfd THREE BKDROOMS. two b.lh.' ., nD '''III''n.. TUNE-UP SPECIALIST
aoo 1700 WINDAUTOMOBILE oomi two betlu, Gold Medal- 11 too Low down pMimnt, Ml contra I A ealandale. imllr: ,
OO.lMT p..nns, 0' Ideal For Traileror room Low down parmmt. MU & ,
II onilleleotrlc hood ContesIhosIsOdaIr000 month Inqulr. Oil north luwonnro SONS. CARL BUHI.IW ro.id.nl of
"m 0' .. 'Iheno 888.2141. 3191.
Otherwise INC. I Lakeland ainoo 1M1 and wit

0*MM7THT JlV Orlvor ItmeiMisr PUB. LIABILITY roars old' PrImed 10 sell One 1\ NEW TMRIII bedroom CB. two 149 DOWN (45 month bur. two au e. Ha A... : lakolond Lincoln-Moroim slObS
; ,, lOll Root Main. P5000 IU 51J3
7 LII .
,
Elton Ptrk Ar-
: Mdroom homo ,
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:o. Oath d000l. u..rl me los he attended othoolet
Cert
105l. *
.
I .12111. a4 L. 01. I ONLY ONE 00-5133. AuhurodalO, WO 7-4312. .h.. Bmlth nilitortd Motor
10000 PLATE GLASSCOMMERCIAL U8 CarlotoS 117 >00, 101 chulni. I Ford Motoe Co.. oo trone
eu*. 1700 do00 1113.2111. .8.32J t
II"UO DM 1110 fr (250 dn $35.00 mo. :150 Mlicelloneeuf TWO 300I000MO n..I, doterated I 'N., Meelono. tuno-uoo and moOse.
Ml.00110IT hood It NW O. ( REDUCED laOOO moiln Oilornl NEED' 4 BEDROOMS!: I 0 ovorhaule. and alea boon an In.otrwtor
cool 005 .1 Soon
.. *. Will ...rllI.. two bedroom low
K II 00505-
000 1400 MISC. LINESOF THRKB BEDROOM frame hou.l hou.0. P rool oondlllond 0000e. ails .......bl,. 1404 Will I 1, ol eutometlvo '
N1M2MI JJJ'jJJJJ .*. : KIRK McKAYPhone moved to Coon lot Phono UU tB9J7 ..l locotlon. Cl... ..d hflihti P.tloroon8OUTHHIUI. OR J BEDROOMa oil DEN I I lo*. ISIS moaiwepoolalleod
vl.it M
oonrloeo fee COO -
Motion For 113000 II Mild br : .
14110 loon T5rT.
Ml.00313* .101 uno N. 51$ It INSURANCEYOU'LL : 6863243TWO HALF ACRI Iota. Treller. bulld- ADII lot Owoor .13...... bedroom 1..0 b.UI CI bow. PloIrida Top aouthildo locatloB one Mock

111.1 MenhaOOoo. In. itO WM $2S down. New.. ,7000 20ir ichool. Own... Iron La.. Holllneeworth Yacht
1000w.UCMULA nrinun.d bouee, acre lot. 183 898-04 Club loll end tennle. MaiUr bed. TUNE-UP SPECIAL
ACRE homeello Iou mile, 921 room ]|'(20', two lull tiled beUie.

"."1.21 iON 'otn .... ... GET BETTER North city. 1&0 down. 125 per. OWNER Iwo beth O'PIRS CB home three Screened bedroom pu110 .loetlni entral lerte air oodbOOOln.ond( Present This Coupe Before Worth 20, 1964 1I
month Oeorio Burt, Broker 681nn oyer and femur
151 Real stats .
1.100 I '0RITUMNIO Exchange Attrectlve Interior. convennt room. all .. .
aprIl
soc. 20.00
SERVICE rarpet
TO MARKITM ?YO OIJR R fAMilY'SSC lorellon Carpetlni drener.throinhout Irapee. newly painted. corner lot I TInl&OdI.Psn 0.14 .r-.rI I
'.. ..n .... ... & CHOICE lo'H40' lot ii .l r1ii1 TRAPJ' SlAVE 000. L. .,.,.ndw.o los Air ..DdIUonp. Itrue I,... Ae000nsttos rue. :: ::;r:: c ::' 0..1,
1T41II h. .,.. I P00 PIano. Lad.oo"od M 000 hOIowI Lt..bu" Call 7077044 b.III.ln .... r.n... Iaea.otdIlc. homo in ....II.St condition. Deal 000,100001155
ooieil ..o Smi airol $4I FAST CLAIMADJUSTMENTS nil\\ MU I-J134 tm.000,011cc. 0 doll, 002.1010 dlr.Ihreo.n your broker I 1 :. ." CI..n.. I II

W Vookor It, FOR BALE: Kathleen. two 101.. HIGHWAY HOMI bu.lneee. Five FOR BALI: two bedroom modi.., --"able BOW. _II.D'ortn... .. ....us. ...._ PI.... $987

oo.unll 2110..,.towN cloM to Junior hl.h ichool Uu ..r... modern five bedroom 2'h..n. hom.. three yeare old Lake Olb.area : oouMoisrbOoomol0oo0S. I
.ITTITI 110 ..Mh Dr.M 100'>14S'. Cell MU 11510 Oil Ice. for oily ot t. 68 J- 1.S iris ll'lne room. toohaOOs 1 PLU' POOl'S Y
W M..... 2928. built-in kllrben" and lorraeeo am 1-1731
2MI7I 1112 De001ee, PLUS 145 Business Prtperty [ liY lloon doublillt earoor\ and
L..4( > room lot 01 .23": MU
M221T M 104$ w. *llh *'.' 152 Real Eitate Wanted 0 Claude Jen'dn.LINCOlNMERCURY*
L.nd $$$$$$$$$ TAMPA HIOHWAt UO I 131. 3-Jotl OPEN HOUSE

M17tOM 1UI Joachwaod.NI34TOI Owner wenta offer Jonn Br... WI orr ,...1.., Need Uetlnai BY OWNER one arro three bed.
L....' Realtor W.n at CB, lull III. balk. carport. looi ciefoioBd Menu BI...
UII loosed Avo., SAVED ONYOUR non 124 Meln I.e..I. rental. del Rudy Reel room
Le..n" OK2IDENTIAL' COMMEIS C I AL.Indu.OeIsl Olr. 1131 lul Memorial o..-4l07. UIIIIIT room IU 00*, 5300 down .....1..11I. 0 bedroom _w..
IB1 HIT alterfj w m block ..r Lake aollln..oLbV..nl
ii assured I In home of
OLD NOT AVAILABLE 10Llo site.bIlsOo 5 00,14ode t .
Wall .
to wall earpollni .
Reillor lia7 I. U.mo"' REDECORATED, TWO bedroom -INC.rAuthoriiid
01.M9194T Melnoe INSURANCEPREMIUMS LIST YOUKPROPERTY : dra... and eome (urnlture New
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...C'IEo.nt. Blvd 050-453'?, BacrHlco. IS.OOO Ean parmenlono ..
Dialer
down ....m.n947 W.. .... PHA commitment IUI per Comer. Mercury Continental

01 00.17IM1T 7M4T M L.,.ke.,.Walee.... CountyM Kraft i INDUSTRIAL rood.. apDroilmetely TRACT ed/olni 11 WITH US your own. Fpr outstanding ond atroet. one block, W......, month Hake odorFor Ope Deify Till 9 ,.M. All D., J"f reV
.,.. 10.00. ..,tl., Church iBformatloa phone owner.
.2"'" W,ntee Haven Acre RIfles, Rellroed 80000 WIolom Ha.oa collect 1I3-1M1: I.
"U .hnn" .ILL I" 00010IT
lao'S MU 2.6151
Ukelond Ph.
MelN St.
"."'0111' W.I., .....n 'isCHECk ; John J. Vrennen, Reellor, We home buys to- OWNER .1011. Ooe15 bedroom 941 hot
DOWN. H. \lnort,1 PItA- we
Ot.UllI. ..,to. .,.. 1103BIV too bail _.. OsImlOlnO o0oi. CLASSIPIED OIOPLAV'I
.U17OT Neineo C.IfM 'r Reellor. LULA 104 e. T.ieieeo ,- mao, ealrae ....11... Boulh.ld. -.
,20H40T W,ntor .....ft FIRST IR COMMERCIAL lots, two arenue. Phono UO 1-1171 1430 Phrillo. auoot
00.1T11MT L.ke Walee blorke Clot slims. eoraor ta.l Nest I* e T.... A... 00011,0Lot. day'* "Homes For al." r1105'
00.M1IKM WeiKhulaoa Parker au-oit, Parker Avenu. .)
mietT W,nter Meven F.ur I.... CLEVELAND: HE1OHTV lone two
0|Mini ohtand County UITIIABBOTTHECKES bedroom home. Lot ouxUS. Cuaom -
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oe 00 MJlieT.>71'UT Wolos W,nter $Haven...n MAKE MOREadd VII lEDGER listIng .nd location built br the owner_l Con.truotlon Would 00,.

.....U77 Wnl.. M..." oldIe eeeend mortoaio (or email
".Ulln'1'' W.I.. ......n00.270a121' CLASSIFIED ADS enultf W oualllled buyer 3011Woodluid

.phland'.. County Classified ads to mile ..

"....In Ukelmid. Area CO. idles itaff. Dial MU CLASIIFIID DISPLAY I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY' I CLAIII""D DISPLAY
00.a.)>10 llheland Area your i
001.0013JT Arced WauchulaConfqcf .e 61151 for an ad.writer mmmammmmmtm
20M41T
117 S. Term I today
Your Brckir Ph. MU 2-511

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'61 BUICK 4-Door. Automotic Iris.. '60 DODGI 4-Door. Air eond.tionlng,

million, lIe conditioning power power ereoring, outomotic tramnrneion .

Hearing, brokoi, radio S1 Q O Cnd $1095
LOT OF I I -DIESELS-
kootor ee rad.o and hooter

'(2 OLDSMOBILI 4-Door. Automatic 'JT CHEVROLET lolAir Stotion W... [ V_ CAU C/V v

tronimiieioit 0 i I. conditioning, ... Automatic tronimniion
power Wo hove a good selection of rood-ready diesel
: kiokei, rodio SO 10 Cnd toonng, rod.o and SOQ C '63 CADILLAC Convertible like new, turq. with

hooter JL17J hooter > white leather Interior. Equipped with all the luxury Look ot these prices and come pick yours out.


'59 CHEVROLET motie trenimiiiion lalAir 4-Door S1 ft. Auto O CPS '63 CHEVROLET II "469. AutomwHe feature Including air $4995 *85 T43 '56 GMC, 471 engine . . . $ 79S

radio and: heaterTIU7e; ? trenimiitlon, tinlod |loit, ,."io, conditioning . . . '
hooter and white wall $1QO C *60 T4A 5$ AUTOCAR DCU75 top mechanically . ,$6500

59 OLDSMOBILI Power o eli,;'.", 4-Door power book Hordtop.., oirconditioning '63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille, air Basildon green. all P859 58 DIAMOND T, tilt cab top condition; -------$5900

outomolic irontnue. '59 CHEVROLET lolAIr 2-Dow. This power equipment Including $4995 Tandem Picker" $2395
MACK "Cherry
?.., p.w.r window. $ Ins you mutt too, 6 cylinder, 500$. conditioning . . . R855 54 .

nd powor toote tf ftf hootor.motic' trontmitiion; ajnd SQO 7 7 C* '63 OLDSMOBILE 88 Convertible. Blue-white top P860 '56 DIAMOND T, tilt cab. A bargain at $4900
On oa
0 61 CORVAIR Monea Coup. 4 spool, own all including air R857 57 MACK B61 engine major overhaul $6250
eodio, h.otar ond SIOOC '61 VOLKSWAGEN 5... SI IOC power equipment $3495 .

white w ll, t.ra. I 7 ee Root litre nice I 177 conditioning . . . . 159TA '58 MACK B61, completely reconditioned .$6500

f 'S* CADILLAC. Cl ooo.a0070e. Lood. 6J CHEVROLET Impolo 4-Door H..... leather Interior all
oir ond 61 CADILLAC Coupe. Special w. oleo. dove M....1 mare 161 Mocki.
$1995 too (Four of tfioto, all different
: colon) Automotic, power elaorInf power equipment including sir $3195 If you "o.'t) like thoie ,. .", toll m 'whot'o r.ht.

62 FALCON 4-Door. LiktSIOQCnew. radio, heolor, whir tide woll conditioning . . . I

Rodio ond hooter. I ea ,. i9 4 1.,. $fmjjj '60 MERCEDES 220S 4-Door Sedan. No reasonable We havo the best selection of got tractors in central Florida

62 FORD Colaaio 500 4-Door Auto Your choice
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motic, '.W.. ,'...In., "..h.. 10dio Hero' offer refuted. $1TAA Hero is a partial liltin,.
() CHEVROLET Impoli I-Door
tl-ai (Special This Weekend) . IUU
hooter $
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Tuton Cleoneit Iwo IO7 J top (121 ot $5..., iso red iso 168TA '61 FORD F-1 000, sleeper. Real good . .$4995
white. Automolic. tranimluien, radio '
60 PONTIAC Catalma 4-Door Sedan. Radio heater
'61 CORVAIR 4-Door. Powotglide. .so Soil,,, oower .,...1.., white I R826 '61 FORD F-1 000. New engine, just installed .$5500
die, 10.."", wiw tir... l-Z-ly woll tirot outomotic trenimimon power It.., $1 .

:::::, :: "..,. $1295 1964 ton $2595 Ing and brake, air conditioning 495 '62 FORD F-950. Almost new. Very low mileage $6500


'60 CHEVROLET c Stotlon Wofoit. Pow. '60 CHEVROLET 2-Door t cylinder.todio '60 PLYMOUTH Fury Hardtop Coups Radio heofe- P795A '59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes cab forward, V-3 $ 995

rflldo, sin conditioned poworetoarinf hooter and $995 automatic tranimiision, tower steering and 129XB '53 CMC 302 engine .$ iso


Iy* .:..brokoi On* ;wn I-Z-,. $1495 60 CHEVROLET '. too pickup, 4* broke reasonable( Must offer be refused lold this) week, no $11OC II 7D R784 '56 WHITE WC 22. Runs good . .$ 595

tpeed tronimniion, hooter, lonajNice . .
61 COMIT 4-Door. Radio, hooter, body. R761 '58 FORD C-850. Tilt cab, rebuilt completely .$3750
outomotic rroniminicd.tioned lii co... $1095 '58 CHEVROLET Bucoyna 4-Door Sedan. Radio,

$1295 truck heater, Powerglide transmission and $QOC 82T4AR818A '61 FORD F-850, new tires.; Real sharp . $3795
59 CHEVROLET 4-Door ..,k....

61 FORD f atr cloo Colo.lo* 500 4-Door Ho.". Station; Wa9on Pew. $ air conditioning . . O7o J '57 GMC 552 runs good . . .$ 750

C.ul..O" erohd., radio end hooter 77a '56 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Loaded with air 1-185 block
lop Rodio 10....., con. R791A 51 INTERNATIONAL assembly $ 895
Motic, white woOl t..... Soraoin 57 CHEVROLET "210" foworalido.rodio ditloning. (Special this

Air $$2395 ::: .". $7 Q J CE.tra weekend ) . . . $495
conditionod I

i '61 BUICK 4-Door Hardtop. Rodio, 50 CHEVROLET *! ton pickup Rum '55 OLDSMOBILE 88 Holiday Coupe. Radio heater, TRAILERS? ? ? WE HAVE THEMA

heeler utontotii tronimlielom, (.. b0dh1 SO 05 Hydromotic Stroosomiosiooi 395OVER largo stock of rebuilt trailer

powor iloerini sod powor broke, food ** . . . .
foctory oir. S1Q Q Clitro 61 FORD Hordtop Cou,.. Strolohi Dry Freight Bunkers and Blowers RefrigeratedR793

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$1495
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REAL ESTATE I* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE :,* REAL ESTATE LAKELAND LEDGER.Friday, March IS, 1N4 n

IS) Noises Mr S.I. I'151 Hwtites fer tal. 153 HMIM For Sal 153 H..... For Sale REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE I SHOP THE CLASSIFIED ADSCADILLAC

153 Houses For S.I.WESTSIDE l. 151 Menses tu SatoG.M.C.

7 BRICK HOMES I BEST BUY EASTI ON KERNEYWOOPralr ()() SOUTH8IDESECLUSION :SAYS Caboo's
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5451 > It a IMIIM of tau eallb pattou Iwa Man law a>< DOWN
Homes are ready for IMMEDIATE -05' 450551. tones 04575 0tIb 1 aUkMa. W* art pUaMd to 540.1 horn amid kralr anlax = $300 LA1e1 .o_ .LA"_ _
15,00.5 50.1110.COUNTRY. ,,'. Madim kHrk hom told
OCCUPANCY. hU uimallf lanra kamtMk on IM wtlll Iran : :. a
apaalau nau, nraalaaa, R401100 504 511.11 15- dl/o> Ooraar 5I'a1 lot :,
Features Include 3 ft: 4 BR'I.I HOME! aaparala dIMni man, aa. ..5545505 ="', I, Ones .5th, = oat MM. Thi*> tMroomi Lowollalkl .
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2 bath, Florida and Compiattlr room .11I11.twnMkad..... Vtraa ...*. N.Sr SM kitka, JHorlda ratalanna M.. till ittlo with .' la ......1. "* 155.0 taoludlBi tanw and ...- ARAwbta TII.
As low as $450 down oltr SOt..M 5511 larta 11WMflSo. I.... ...., aprtnklar witon dttMd 5,15..4 HO.KM BuMa Ita Mona. P10A.ABBOTTHECKES.
rooms. 1(1,1001 .
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PHONE Jr r at UD -7171 or ttaaliwa \1 TON PICK.VP I
PAYMENTVALMLA. at MO MM
Larry Heath MU 2-8600 11041st. LML.II' \
MEL RUDY Only $1795
e. T55a. AM Pt IIIU Mil' .>
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Galen Hauger MU 1-1358
4% MORTGAGEThis UII.A
1ILU.'IOIt OFFICE 1002 CLEARVIEW! 0.. bowls rte VaurNi
nice Southslda 3 BR 11127 MotI'Po"al.IL...M.morlol IIItOXtlt..... MU 24147 0.04y 1 radanarawd. larn tlla, bums k>Ui. .*.IU..>...SMdnxuM .. ENTERTAINMENTneed ar Maid. Track j.11 r

home Is very clean and has dial .107 soy 04n5 HAUGER REALTY 555.Ptotlde. ..nos"'.ltO'504 10.o'.ID ODd tom.p411417 ... not be expensive. LAKELAND FRAME Harold
dining room and Florida 055014.4. widow II 55.4 Fuij1
Check'the daaifled
noe15r LIlLA section
.IIWH to MM aikiri anlr liotot. I AXLE SERVICE
Room priced at 111,000 A Personal Invitation elf 0.... SL"abs Oil Carl Trannw With T for good buy In used
substantial down b. ilia 11II. .1 Ws Out" M, Toner, Jr MtlaTITl W. amnwrial Slid
Make "S.lIing
pay- .nri-:: TV and Stereo sets. A W.b5511 A4Pbs. Circus"
ar tnawii .
ment and $57.13 month or lAo' .. 10.5 .S Mb 54mso1er ....." Prices is gOing
lower down payment and .MI.....d.1555 team. .IUI. 1511.15webroot a 0droom. DI.. NEAR SHOPPING ._ LAa/FIeO DISPLAY. -..,._ _CLAISIF_ ID_DIPLA!_ are sloshed, now is Gr.ot_
ID urns room IIId bell dre.s Twa koaraoip. a.UI total withvarr a choice the time
$89.13 per month. RO-1031. ana .!.... IKM07. I.... dri a-u kanaiaal fa- bottom used
car
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EGG RANCH COUNTRY LIVING Ins room. Oak, bit flwara.IKlnt 1 raoal>* aauiHI andkltokak. i PRICES DOWN VALUES UP '62 IMPERIAL 40.,1sCr.
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..., t'II'III boOMS' .H and dry lot lot runuuri .
10 ACRES with a nice 3 mini kll" ana iMoknia, aanwt Uflni room ana F.IIy .quipped ..... ... '
and yiuitrroom. ;2iVl.taOONTER 3595
I 63 ....
BR, 2 Bath home with large sod .ion DOSS ....11...lIto'If...MndlUoa arhoola ST. ALL CARS REDUCED PLYMOUTH tehed.re' ...D.....
living room and fireplace Low down per..1.UTIREMENT .... NOW V-I, u'.mot/c/ POWs ,
Florida room, screened SPECIAL HOMES BY '63 DART 270 4-Door Sedan . . $1695 $1600 III" r.." .n4 ....., sh.,.
'porch, work shop, and 2,000 'A ,Mrnrortaela, ko_.._. to I..U a,at.tMlahborkoad VA MANAGER '62 CHEVY NATO 2-Door Hardtop . . . $1695 $1650 ''I CHEVROLET Imp.le '" .$2095
loitad
!k'autiful white -
Leghorn ... wind M MA 1M, "s raamO $100 DOWN '62 VALIANT 2-Door Sedan . . . . $1)95 $1350 H.rdtop. V.B pew,, 2.D'.r
Hans also air-conditioned > ha > kodroooM teed ator- 1 steerln
fully equipped egg house >n wat Nine lot IIO-IOU ttanr' ekoloa h_.. ta ..Uof...I '61 LANCER Wajwi . . . . . . $1195 $1095 "40 radio and .IeaMp 8, '2695

and I Acre at St\l..co. LOTS _1_.. Oomplttalr.an>.ita u ndicoriudlUilr low M IMw .' 61 LANCER 2-Door Sedan . . . . $1195, $1095 CHRYSLER New y,154, 4.D"r
1742. V" :I M tlca Oari Ion ad.Wntad.. .cornar la* rarkar k> our oltloa at tall, '60 FORD Cal 10.1. v.a 1.Door Hardtop . . $1295 $1100 'st H." "p. F511 power, factory .1,'I 1 795 t

KELLYRaltor .d toI 55111 T. R. TUCKER, Jr. '60 DODGE Seneca V-8 4-Door Sedan . .. $995 $900 'It.MrRCUR' 4 D.., St.Men w. A:

SCOTT d"'fISITH REALTOR '60 LARK 6 cylinder 2-Door Hardtop :. . .. $895 $600 .sd I.d// ..ttr, "Wlr .......,

-LMLA, 111 M. u_ .... Utiluduu '59 FORD v.a 4-Door Sedan. #0243A . . s $695 $600 ''i IIIIPrRIAi st.esg, ... .r.t .. ..... .. $995

213 So. TennesseeMU 55.110.5 McKEEL- 150,5MO rt Ana ...t-nn_, Mana 2-5195 1 ... all 5. ..... An Property ManafWCUASSIFH 59 PLYMOUTH Savoy V-8 2-Door Sedan ... . $695 $600 ''I P Ouaiis. Laths 1Ir.r.. 2395 P

) DISPLAY t tLAMIHNew D'.OL.AV 59 PLYMOUTH lelreder V-8 4-Door Sedan . $795 $700 Stlc" VTh 4-Door S.dan .
Low Down Payment 59 CHEVROLET Impala V-8 2-Door Hardtop $1295 $1000 62 60DGI err cOII""roll'lI"" ,95
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son For 00 a a wmi ajaauM rot aaa awa and a Sin, '59 CHEVROLET Park wood Wagon . . $1095 $950 Door S.t/oll/ w. !
I..bId, horns., u tot H_- New But Furious V-8 4-Doar Sedan. 202A reo.olllP 6, .rrek. Lrk..1' 1695
MUM ton. no-iMi Styling, 59 FORD # $695 $600 62 VAllANr
Hear W. atataa R. "Bnr end Mir WILLIAMS kna Uiw. [ '59 FORD Ranch Wagon #9I2A . . . $895 $800 Ra 2-D..r Hardtop.

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4.D..,
: 57 DODGE Custom Royal 4-Door Sedan . . $495 $395 Rodto. 11aIr, Sedan

'57 MERCURY 2-Door . . . . . $495 $395 5tes4.4 shtft 4...CYllndr, 1
........ '57 DODGE 2'Door Hardtop . . . .. $395 $300 '60 rOJOpn 4.Door (.. ..... ...... .... $595 1

III '57 CHEVROLET "6" 2-Door Sedan . .5 $695 $600 ..II..... IS .110. .mlICt.t. Low Y
'SI IIODG. 2.o..r gallon/ ".....,395
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TRUCKS 'WII.,. 011,
World's Most Car OrlgillO'
USED TRUCKS Copied iphoht.ry, ,
AND TRACTORS LIKE TO DRIVE ONE? BE OUR GUEST FOR 'sa GMC Va ton . . . . . ... . $595 $450 Standard, shIft( ...................... ....... '395
A DAY. NO OBLIGATION. Just Phone 57 DODGE V-8 Cab and Chassis 175" .. . $595 $450 WE HAVE MANY

1* _INTf.PJNATIO. ,IM ...HAL..-. Y-401 Olanal Jim Jenkins or till Davis. and arrange an 57 STUDEBAKER ton . . . . . $495 $400 CARS TO CHOOSE OTHER FINE
.11.50* adltta .p40 5505 5.5 FROM
HTMM appointment.

.14050,..... aanalliio.-. ............... Vary J'j AIR CONDITIONED CARS HAROLD

551 .sinus !W. 62 FORD Golaila 500 4-Door Sedan . . $2195 $1895 ( .., U y.. fUSSEll
1I1t.IILL_. Cab. wlUt..> w1IlWNnbuM. t '&..: you : '61 DODGE Polar 4-Door Sedan . . . $1895 $1695 411 N. of Do"ft..
aaMitwwd_ ........*n*, our '60 CHEVROLET V-8 Impla 4-Door Sedan . $1595 $1450 Florida Area Q682.7 p3I
CUt "'";at, *$In t ,eras ww..S I before chlll."I '59 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Daor Hardtop . .. $1495 $1200
7 pafnl 'j
IM .Y 50,555M*<"<*, tan turn>tmdl ;. eld '58 OLDSMOBILE 98 2-Door Hardtop . . $695 $650 I
Uha mw .... .. Model 5441.DoorStdan . .
.. ,J next 61 VOLVO . $1095 $1050 I
..", ..... JCall : 56 PLYMOUTH Wagon . . . . II It. $495 $450It'
re choose Inm -.:: wont : I
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'63 Chevrolet $1795 '62 Monza $1595

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'63 Chevrolet $2495 57 Plymouth $295

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, March II: 18M Five Persons Perish When

: White Parents Protest Negro- Voters In South Approach 2 Million Plane Crashes In Montana

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I New York School PlansNEW (Editor' note: An AP survey to Increase Just about enough to,tary of the National Associationfor I People, told NAACP delegates MILS CITY Mont. (AP) -eastern Montana town of 13,030,
last November showed Negro offset Negro gains. the Advancement of Colored!'to a regional' meeting Macon, A Frontier Airline plane Is situated on a plateau overlooking .
voting power edging upward The ratio of white to Negro, Ga. crashed In a snowstorm and the river The plane
YORK (AP) About white with predominantly Negrc In the South. With Important' crashed two mile southwest
'Untouchable1Actor burned In a deep ravine near of
15,000 white 'voters remains at about 88.12the In Negro Running
parents protesting or Puerto Rican schools and exchange stale and national elections the Miles City airport Thursday the airport and four miles west
plans to transfer pupils from pupils by bus tc coming up, here to another look states surveyed Alabama, Admits In Virginia the drive Is aim- night, killing both passengers of Miles City.
neighborhood schools, braved eliminate segregation stemming: at the voter drive.) Arkansas Florida Georgia ,
Ing at the 4th Congressional and all three crew members. The airline Identified the dead
swirling snow Thursday In a from housing patterns.The
Louisiana, Mississippi, North District where attorney S. W. Kenneth Huber pilot of the a* Huber, about 45, passenger
JVJ-mile march from the Board
Tax EvasionLOS
board's also has
of Education headquarters In been attacked plan civil I By DON McKEE Carolina, South Carolina Tennessee Tucker, a Negro, Is In the run two engine DC3, radioed the H. Swenson of Sidney Mont..
by rights
I ATLANTA
(APJ-ClvIl rights
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Brooklyn to City Hall In Man. groups, which contend It does'organizations are making slow Texas and Virginia. ANGELES (AP-When nln,. Miles City airport at 8;40 p.m., and Gayle Busslnger. about :1.Frontier's .
hattan. Where no official records Dr. Martin Luther King estl reporting he would make an Instrument station agent at Miles
far fast
not go enough or enough steady headway In a voter drive
More than 70 per cent of the toward ending de facto segregation that might push Negro registration were available, estimates were Abel Fernandez was a memberof mates potential Negro voting landing In 10 minuteson City along with copilot Daniel
marchers were women and onlya In the South to two million made by state officials, party television's intrepid crime strength at 53 million In the a flight from Billings to Sidney -H. Gough, about 25,, and
few Negroes took part. The civil rights groups last before the November election.An leaders and civil rights spokes fighters, "The Untouchables," South-where Negroes comprise Mont.A stewardess Dorothy, Reig about
of Mont.
wing of the plane apparently 20 both Billings .
Spokesmen for the demonstrators Feb. 3 staged a massive, one- Associated Press survey 22 per cent of the population.
made it clear they do day school boycott. shows there are about 173 million men.Main targets of the Negro he helped catch tax evaders. In Texas Democrats, Republicans struck a hillside. The smoul Busslnger was returning from
not oppose Integration, but they The board, In Its Initial plan, Negro voters in 11 Southern registration drive are seat in Thursday, the 34-year-old ac- and Latin American organizations ,dering fuselage, containing the a trip to Billings taken on hit
do object to Involuntary busingof will match 40 elementary states where white voters the U.S. House and Senate and In Lo joined with Negroesin five bodies, was found an hour day off. His wife was waiting
tor Angeles -
their children from neighborhood schools and 20 Junior high number 121 million. the presidential election. pleaded guilty a pay-your-poU-tax campaign. later In the ISO-foot-deep ravine at the airportIn
schools. schools to attain a better ra- "You are liable to spoil that to failing to pay state In- Negro leaders estimated that: leading to the Yellowstone: Denver, a Frontier spokes
Negro Gains Offset of Southern come taxes on $15,659 In 1961. have River. I man called the crash the airline's
Princeton Plan AdoptedThe cial balance in the school sys lineup senators, 40,000 to 90,000 Negroes
tem. White .registration continues Roy Wilkins, executive secre Sentencing was set for April 2. been registered since 1960. The airport at Mile City, an first in 18 years.
board Is scheduled to an-
nounce on March 23 adoption of
the so-called Princeton Plan IM One Your Ootco
which would pair predominantly p.



Dr. Garner FFEE FOLGEIfSMb.. CM CNb.ASTOR CM .


Attacking Rights BINWASHINGTONThe SAVE20c 5 9 SAVE20c 49cSUG



Rev. Dr.
Albert Garner of Lakeland
president of the Florida Baptist /V V. / COLONIAL
Institute Seminary, was due {

to present the moral a 40-page and religious documenton Implications ''b

of the propoaed civil
rights legislation to a memberof I
C 5 g49C.Save
morning.Dr.the White. House staff this I FkCELI.ENG R SAVEPrtoae

Garner, in a telephone
conversation this morning, said Etfdfr.Msak 12 T1r 14 20c
he had been invited to Wash. Lakeland Stores Only
ington by Florida Senators Holland -,
and Smathers for conferences 1010 E. Rose St.

on Bill the civil AttackedDr. rights bill. I 813 S. Florida Ave. More On Fine Quality Foods At KWIK CHEK !


Garner aid that he had QMstlty Debt Return!
been In the capital for four) Plus You Get Free TOP VALUE STAMPS

days discussing the bill and RAVE a THRIFTY MAID
that he was scheduled to returnto :
Lakeland tonight"The Milk H 10 PAYE *-THRIFTY MAD :AYE k-Ileea
=AYE s STARKIST
civil rights bill Is a w <-
basket of federal regulations SAVE lOc ASTOR PRUNE WDOHJ UnpeeledApricots ToWJte light Meat Chunk t
acts" he said, "which means 32aSz.( 29c '
r that the eleven titles of the bill Juice LsuitTwe Soup
approves federal control over TunaNo.2 ,
businesses that are private and I .v! -ASST.. COLORS HUDSON FACIAL

of attempts"In business effect to and regulate It social appears every activity.to field be" Tissue 2C19 5 ....2\\ $ I 00 Tan Ho w' 10 C Can

civil and .
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and Christian religions. DIXIE DARLINO RAISIN CINNAMON Pod Plea
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business and religious life has
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segregation followed by Hebrew OASuIul
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right, it is still right. .
Dr Garner said that he was
not called to Washington In any FRESH PORKSpare
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Ten Of Florida'sRepresentatives
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( ) Ten
members of Florida's 12-man FANCY GOLDEN YELLOW
House delegation voted againstthe Sausage n>. .65'COPELANO'S '
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civil service workers and postal FANCY GREEN TENDER SWEET

workers.to The 184 measure Thursday.The was. defeated 222 UGAR- Cabbage lb. s* Carrots. ">' 19

two Florida congressmen I tENTEN.SPECIAS'
who favored the pay raise bill SmokedPicnics '
are both Dade County Demo- TASTE V SEA HEADLESS OR GUTLESS I44fJI[
crats. They are Dante Faacell ,
and Claude Pepper. Whiting iWL.x 35c MORTON FROZEN MEAT
Those who opposed the measure TASTE 0' SEA HEAT fc SERVE
Included these Democrats: W 9 ",
Charles Bennett Don Fuqua Perch ivi 65c Ub yt.k4 dle C
Sam Gibbons, James Haley, Syd WISCONSIN SHARP CHEDDAR loners Ea. u9
Herlong, Billy Matthews, Paul
Rogers and Bob Sikes. Cheese. .. 69c .
The state's two Republican WISCONSIN NATURAL MUENSTER OR BRICK MRS. SMITH fROHN APPtf OR PEACH

mer voted House and against members Edward the, William bill.Gurney, Cra also Cheese 59c Fruit Pies 2 for 89cJOtDEN'S

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Ten thousand FREE 550 Extra '
demonstrators
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paraded through. New Delhi today
I I shouting demands that all- TOP VALUE STAMPS,1.. .
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sign. "Nehru is paralysed", the Pad & You Clip and Redeem pAH ...d..trK.aCa.aawM.a./t N ...EWNatk.........cwa 3 =?...$100..... tt..........cr..u___ ..........CW.II...... I
government Is paralyzed, the Tie. Valuable r Coupons UNIT OM m CUITOMIIWhen IIMIf o.e pee easiness UMIf ot.e rr euaros u.n oee ens costo.taCover
demonstrators shouted. Sets c-V -4' c-w c-w c-M
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Nehru, 74, has withdrawn Taste d fee Proauw ad : Pr.eets Nestle C-
from public life since suffering L :: 992Z < "J I' W'" 63s EaeRdPw 5 :: 9ge PMatars IaoSlzt Kitchen Towels 4 :.-:. slc.
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are being handled by subordinates __ c-V"-14' C-WY rt.iea N.E IC C--W C..e Mini t4 Civ.M _t4aW
; and some of his closest E ,
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