Lakeland ledger
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 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00024
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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day morning Ledger. Baseball, track, crew, ; ,' Jikift'; ; ,.(" \ \< <' : I" ;''
golf and football playoffs all are featured.On 4 ,, :..tw.'tt >.. "" ,1. .
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the national scene, there were slim ':" ,
pickings in the Grapefruit League as both

day exhibition games were washed out.
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However, there is a feature story on Manager ,," L
Walter Alston of the Los Angeles! Dodgers ... .. ,
on Page 9, and, on Page 11, New York "-- .
Times Columnist Arthur Daley writes about Y .i ry' .t-J
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venerable Warren Spahn, ace lefthander of -t .. '
the Milwaukee Braves. "f 'I;' 'PH ;: } .., "' "
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On' Page 10 Jack Flowers writes of the d'"T'Y r ,.' ,, '
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crew victory '
I Cypress Gardens. Another ptfiureJrom that J"a of .a' t"t. tk r 'fd',' ...,: '\ ,: .J' 1'>,d.:;, .':'. .; rt

.e event accompanies the story. x

I i Southwest Junior High's Seminoles won Just A Matter Of Seconds I

,II' a track meet yesterday. That story is on
Page 11. Three amend. HIM. a lot In crew _I".. oro've. Uiilvenlry' ireves that here a. the teller shell tress W..Mntm, O.C Action look place yeittriay oftomooii In the first crew moss ..., held

Another Ledger special story, on Page waken frees Ine'leita, ,..ht. amused the llnlih lies '.Z ceased. ekeee at the American Unfoeniry' at Cypreu Gerdani, Florida. Souther Celloao wee the winner (See i ory end picture on Peso. 10.) I

9, points out the deadline for registration I
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for participation in the Class A football playoffs -
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,t", and the problem confronting Southwest
Conference schools 1

'" Golf is on the national scene, too, with

f. the the story Azalea on Open Page at 9. Wilmington, N. C. See Capital March Your First I Castro Both Threat \ ;

Detroit's Tigers took the day off yesterday t

but they will return to action today Draws 1,500, As SaturdayLedger

I against the Chicago White Sox In Sarasota.A And Nuisance Says'Secretary
story about the Bengals is on Page 9. ,

There are stories and pictures, too, in
keeping with the theme of this first Saturday Negroes Split This Is It.
edition-Polk County's Progress. This Is the Ledger's drat
Saturday morning edition.
It Is also the
TALLAHASSEE (AP- Florida's white Christian ma- Ledger'sDecade
for Decision edition
About 1,500 persons most of lorlty." 114 pages, filled with .

\ 'Endurance Rally' Today them Negroes, paraded through Rockwell failed to show up. + pictures and stories of
Florida capital I Friday In In race relations developments Polk County's growth during Turns Down

a civil rights demonstration In other Florida communities the pest few yean

Demos, 75 Strong, shrunk by last-minute dlsaenslon : and progress the county's during expected the next 'C
between Negro factions. Committee At WorkA few.

The Congress of Racial Equal. biracial committee Beginning with this edition Plea
Could Talk All Night Ity pulled out 1,500 marchers by Jacksonville Mayor Hay stternon the Ledger editions will publish on

when the National Associationfor don Burns, sought to work out Monday through Friday, WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary .

the Advancement of Colored a program that would preventa and morning editions on of State Dean Rusk rejected

People refused to go along with repetition of three days savage Saturday and Sunday, to Friday Sen. J, W. Fulbrlght's

.AndAAaybeTheyWill local CORE leaders' demands race conflict that produced give readers all complete call for an end to the adminlatatlon'e

that the procession march on I a shooting death, fire bombings, ceverage sews events on, local, major state, s, Cuba boycott policy.
Fidel la "more
Ruak said Castro
By RONNIE STUART log time for each of the coun- the The statehouse excludedthe I[beatings and hundreds of arrests national and International, Ix i|I than a nuisance-he la a threat 1
II Staff Writer ty's 74 candidates for county parade permit In Jacksonville earlier this along with a complete to this hemisphere."
statehouse from the route ol I slate features. for 'VlI'Jta.te.
BARTOW Polk County's and state offices. march which aklrted the southern week. But Ruak agreed with other
political activity slips into The 64 opposed candidates edge of the capital cantor At Ocala, another focal point i I maJor) segments ot the conlron
bllllle.r today with the tint will be allowed five minutesto and led to a baseball field I of race tensions, Mayor Willard I _w venial speech by the Arkansas 4Democrat
state their qualification,, V f chairman of the SIno
I I of a series of Democratic rallies where .
ev rally was held. .
told the NAACP that I elf Lv! "
background platform and Ayers Relation CWMBV-/::
ate Foreign
scheduled for 1 o'clock at
Christina Park, south of make such slams at their opponents few The white marchers persons, were Including mostly a biracial committee was trylni Youths Match tee -'t.1cltonla"\ to*debaterFulbrtghf ***** tAw>Uoo..,
1 as they wish year
merchama" h1'1lOIOe
Lakeland. to persuade
: men and women who
young speed
I.. Rebuttal TIme help In sales an*. Sand Grain a Wednesday
I And with 75 candidates prepared chanted, "Freedom now" and Negro I was a principal topic at a half t
to JV the speaker's And then If their character, carried 'placards lettered with clerical Jobs.Authorities. srr hour news conference held by t
I I' platform, tt who attend personality or platform Is attacked integration slogans.Short at St. Augustlt" For Grain r rr,r r the secretary of state. .

f may have to to directly from by an opponent they Of Estimate largely ignored efforts of a Ne w The senator had described asa
the rally to the Easter Sun- have three minutes for
may admlnlftretton'a
England group of Integration! II DAYTONA BEACH W- failure the
rile services.A rebuttal.A. Their numbers eitimat Castro
; were ICItY official estimated Friday policy of undermining hf
new face, that of Flor A / problem faced the ed by police Negro leaden feed to put on a civil rights.'demos, .. that at least ".000 Easter diplomatic and economic boy'
ida's senior U. $.\ Senator committee when the poaolbU- predicted up to 10,00 paroona '.ilraUon.tri,7 v. i" vacationing college student will cott. Fulbright saM It will not
ftpeooard L Holland hu been sty of a candidate' being attacked would march In the demomtrstlon <' eotoalaes Qulzsad jam this resort city before the work In the future because al t-
I the already June Hit by more then one op. U.S. Sonata IIJbutt.r -
lidded to the
against Sheriff 'L. 0. Davis said tw I weekend Is over, er Western nations will continue)
of candidate set to give the ponent came Into view. Cau- on me civIl rights bill. "We mad. a survey of the to trade with the Havana reglmej -'
lint speeches of the current dill said the ue on thepl.Uorm" No disorders were reported'I white Bostonians were quo
motel today "a
beach and areas And he saw Castro as
primary campaign. will have to decide among the marchers, moat ol r tloned about reports they were and estimated at least 50.000 Easter Is For Little Girls ,
Bartow's favorite U the candidate Is entitled to whom to be In high i "
eon.Holland Informed, members of the a rebuttal for each attack. spirits. appeared linea of police and state: making Inflammatory school statements but are Chief here A. O.already Folson Jr said Police lyoo 104...... Meshes, I, lone I..... ... ore. ........'r

sponsoring Polk County Democratic The tea unopposed candidates highway patrolmen stood by to I near a Negro I Police officers were placed on loves I..... ..."",... He>. eke ......... OM ...... eoorker looks sIn For a related alary, Senator'
Executive Committee will be given one minute preaerve the peace If need be, no reason was found to arrest 13-hour shifts with no days off the .lower left comer of rite ,........ (tAP Wfeopkero) Alice's reaetkui (e the Put.
yesterday that ha will: be present each to make a few remarks. along the six-block route. them. The sheriff said he did and leaves canceled. Auxiliary bright prepeaals, see sage 2.Ceham. .-,
for his tint Polk County Add to this the poeelbility A momentary threat of fireworks 'not, know their names' police were called In to ..
appearance In his bid for a that some candidates of the state's for Democratic occurred In arrival of a About 130 students from Florida -help handle huge traffic lama Pilgrims Carry I

fourth consecutive term to governor all adds telegram from George Lincoln State University at Tallahassee csused by student cars.
show and It
may up nuisance but a grave
the senate. Rockwell commander of the that st
officials estimate
up to a day full of politics. and the University of Florida City Untied States
of threat" to the
Csudlll. chairman Nul
f Stuart The 5:30: supper will be American party promising at Gainesville refused to least another 21,000 sun-seeking Crosses In Rite
committee was working and counter In
the to appear put on a because of 'students from universities Waaat Complete
lata yesterday to find a placeIn (Turn to Page 2, Column 4) demonstration "on behalf of march at Tallahassee 'ivinturv Midwestern and Eastern -
Rush acknowledged that
the already Jammed speaking the dUpute. swell the Pilate's fortress where Jesus
Two Tallahassee ministers, C.I I states will present> JERUSALEM Jordan Sector economic Isolation of Cuba has
order who for U the opposed former governor by K. Steels and David Brooks, I ranks by Easter Sunday. (AP) Bowed beneath the I was condemned to death-more not been complete." But he said
Faubus I emands "We've had a certain amount than 2.000 worshipers set out
Odham of Sanford. who did much of the march organizing weight of heavy crosses, there has been 'very substan
Bralley 'of troublemakers, Folson said, along the Street of Sorrows, retracing
the' free
officials of tial" In reducing
\ Before the candidates begin ss I but nothing compared to the throngs of pilgrims from around Christ's last footsteps success r
of the affairin world trade shipping and travel
their talks the Demo committee NAACP pulled I riots, near-riots and mass arrests -the world followed Christ's path'and chanting his words, "My;
i has scheduled an hour GambliiLITTLE HaltThe a last minute development.'I that plagued this city and,to Calvary this Good Friday, God, why hast Thou forsaken contacts with the Wand
of entertainment, moving the ig The Rev. Mr. Steele said that'two :Fort Lauderdale several years singing and praying In the twisted Me?" He ruled out a shift sway
backto other NAACP officials, regional streets of Old from the boycott policy unless
time for the tint speech ''ego. I stone-paved Easter celebrations began In
2 o'clock. ROCK, Ark. (AP-| governor's supporters director Ruby Hurley of Fol.on said arrests since the Jerusalem. the brief spring sunshine Inside the Castro government gives up
Plans also call for a recessat Gov. Orval E. Faubus brought scuttled an antigsmbllng bill Atlanta and Florida state director I Influx started March 17 totaled From the arches of the Moslem the ancient wells that ring the Us mllltsry-polit'c1' ties with
o'clock and a I4-hour down the ax Friday on wide) Inl Robert Saunders of Tampa, Pontius Moscow and its efforts at subversion
3:30: the 1963 legislature. 350, for sn average of 35 a day. schoolyard-ones Holy City, and Jerusalem began
\\J supper break at 1:30: o'clock. open gambling In the mountain; had "come In and taken over. : filling with the 10,000 Christia'visitors In the Amerlcss. And be
p' In spite of the fact that the resort city of Hot Springs.He the Jordan govern said Castro Is showing no signsof

I rally will last well Into the told Hot Springs officialsto ment expects to make the pit' doing this
Easter eve night, members shut down illegal gamblingor t aas grlmsge this year In calling Castro a threat to
of the committee stuck to he would send stats police to tt b this hemisphere, he cited In per
their original limit en speak- do the lob.Faubue'. Opens At Daybreak Ocular the "very direct threat
ultimatum came The solemn pageantry opened through srms" to overthrow the
while the U.S. Justice: Department st daybreak ss the great wooden Venezuelan "constitutional and
No Veep was carrying on sn Investigation doors of the Church of the democrat government" at
of the resort's Illegal Holy Sepulcher creaked wide election time last December. A

gambling activities, which It r"a .. and 2,000 worshipers crowdedInto large cache of Cubanoriginarms
called the biggest In the United awtrMF the tottering rotunda thst was found In the South
No Trips States. Christian tradition holds houses American country.

The Hot Springs police: chief the marble tomb of Christ.A I The secretary of state had
and district attorney said they member of a Moslem family kind words for Fulbrlght's main
For LBJ would carry,out the governor's / swung open the doors-Moslems
orders. have guarded the keys to (Turn to Psge 2, Column f.f f.
A Ne Time Limit the church since the Middle

WASHINGTON (AP) Presl-,I Faubus said he thought the Ages, when Christians fought f
dent Johnson has reached a swanky casinos and seamy each other for their possession '
firm decision sac to leave the 1 dives should close within 48 -snd slllng Roman Catholic \
he said ha would set Alberto Gorl walked 7)d.
United States while the office ofrice hours, but Patriarch
: president Is vacant, unless no time limit behind sword-bearing, dragomen ( INSIDt TODAY
some lIIIforeaeeD crisis eta The governor acted one day to celebrate services on
otherwise Congress has after the Arkansas House of Calvary.Th. .
Representatives adopted IM a Street of Sorrows, or VII
told.The State Department gave resolution calling on Hot Doloross, was surging with
I this information to a group of Springs officials to stop Illegal prayerful crowds but the scene FaceAmusements

congressmen who wrote Secretary gambling. was orderly-unllke the chaos of 11.17
of State Dean Rusk suggesting It was not binding, but n January when Pope Paul VI
Johnson arrange a Faubus said be took it as was mobbed and jostled by Bridge -.-__"._ 11

meeting with President Charles a mandate of the way the state crowds watching history's first Comics "..._ 11.11
de Gaulle of France to Iroa out feels about the Issue. papal pilgrimage to the Holy Classified 11-21
U.S.-French differences. Hit Polities' Land.
Frederick G. Dutton assistant Several state legislators said la Precession Deaths.2

secretary of state who repliedfor that Faubus' action was a political Good Friday Editorials __ <4<
Rusk. said Jo\InIOIIlIad to- move aimed at removing an Those 11 .
procession halted and prayed at Horoscope "
Gaulle to the United Issue in this summer's primary
cited De French leader the 14 Stations of the Cross Television ___.._. 17'
States but the election campaign.
,'" turned down the Invitstton so a Faubus hunt said whetherhe marking Incidents He stumbled on Christ'spathwhen and Sports "" '''_.., .10.11

meeting between the two lead- will seek a sixth term. Weather Map ,_..., I
where He blessed the women (
ers Dutton's is unlikely letter this wss year.made publiC him Faubus'for his critics previous have assailed position NAACP Marchers Urge Passage Of Civil Rights Bill fell or of Jerusalem.covered It wound Women .._.....,._ ..T.I
by Rep. Robert P. Ellsworth. that Hot Springs gambling was .. Me CIvil BlaMa kill aw .ta Coaerooa.JFsJtrfflfwy through streets
T. .
aehsr. at ooooe
l.seel eased el 1,500 a en
R-Kan, after u tit existence was I. local Issueand the state fart es ,UP yflroshete, (Tun to Column ?)
mra to Page 2. Column I should not move 1A unless asked. ..... MM the MM MpltM ....,... ... VlfWv' a'ar 1 .


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Saturday LAKELAND, March. .. 2L..-.LEDGER IM4. I, ., ; \\r-; ', ''Ji'bt-.i..jifJ! : [Fulbright'sView '
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Mail Box Temperatures In Florida And Around The Notion George D. Aiken RVt. endorsed

I Daytona Beach .... 65 58 Tampa ... ......,...70 62 Indianapolis ... ... 44 21 Sen. J W Fulbrighf: V, ay
Lakeland police last night! Fort M'efI ..... ... 85 68 Went Palm Beach.82 68 Kansas City ........ 51 31 challenge to the adminlstratloi

were searching for a vandal GaineSville .........72 52 Atlanta ............. 61 33 Los Angeles ........ 75 !\I to accept Communist Cuba a 1

who has blown up a pay telephone Jacksonville ......... 61 >49 Boston ............. 43 34 Montreal.......... 30 20 a nuisance rather than an intolerabl
Key Went .......... 83 15 Charleston ......... 64 46 New Orleans ....... 69 40 ,
and a mail box with eI- LAKELAND ........ 61 6t Chant* ........... 61 30 New York .......... 48 33 menace to the Unite

ther large fireworks or bombs Miami .............. 83 69 Chicago ............ 36 22 Philadelphia ........ 48 32 States. ,

The first Incident occurred, Ocala .............. 68 M Cincinnati .......... 45 21 Pittsburgh .......... 41 25 Aiken thin differed with mam

police said Wednesday night Orlando ..... ....... 70 tiO Cleveland ,......... 36 ;24 St. Louis ........... 46 22 Republicans and some Democrats
when Pensacola .. .. ...... 68 41St. Denver ............. 41 25 San Francisco ...... 68 49 who have accused th e
a man reported hearing Petersburg .... 70 63 Des Moines ........ 43 06 Seattle ............. 52 39 Arkansas Democrat of favoring '+

a "large noise" outside his window Tallahassee ........ 70 41 Detroit ............. 38 23 Washington ......... 59 35 a policy pf appeasemen e
on South Johnson Avenue Fulbright, who I Is chairman 01 ILn
about 11 o'clock. When he went --- the Senate Foreign RelationCommittee '-

to check he found the mailbox SO N Dore Frem 1l.5. WIATNIR lURIAlJ' gave his views o

near his home destroyed. 00 e;%, 40 30 I ( Cuba other US.and foreign questioned policy severs post,1 riRIMlN, SAVI MY MINKI Mu Dorothy Glees throws .1.hl"l Incluoln mink coot ....'

Phone Blasted tins In a lengthy Senate speed I third floor window... ., her I..,.. oortment Ie ...*..>"W whs node this Ichiro while ewolrliiitiro

Police Indicated that the mailbox X K 3 on Wednesday. *).* and loodor t* save her. horn OO>OMIII( flomok In confer. Mm Glolt who led out M heavy

was destroyed by a large Aiken a senior Republican oulbrlght'i n I ....... h h.1 lo>d from loddor. At right ll oporrmrnt. minuroi. late.. Mill Clott led .... ot loft win.dow. .

firecracker. LIf (ID : committee, said Fr b Photos nod .y Don Shrohon. ., ....,. GI hs. Fire swipe upoor floon of tome. ri,. story build.In .

On Thursday night another ex- day he agrees the U.S. boycot t I 'I'''' Monooy.. (lA' W.hot.1I .. ) J
plosion took place, this one at of Cuba Is a failure and added I -- -- --- -- ------- -

the parking lot of Florida Southern that even If Western Allies had

College it McDonald Street supported It, "I've never know: Told To Make
ant Park Hill Avenue. X ss a country to be starved Into Juice Firm i "

Exact location of the blast 41IJ democracy." J
waan't reported until yesterday Says U. S. Erred '

afternoon when a person noticedthe 0I gas Aiken, In an Interview, said Detailed Loss Statement t ,.,
pay telephone at that loco the United States made a mistake .
Ii..lit had been blown up. 70 &w60 Slower/ when It broker off diplomatic

Detective J. R. Carter, who relations with Cuba when By DAVE PRATT lesion in a fraud In sale of Lake know what the record of (Lake

investigated the Incident, sale Yyw f f i Snow Q Fidel Castro came Into power Ledger Staff Writer Shipp fruit to Universal at Shipp) show" said Murray. "It

the phone was blown Into email Tirili \ xWARM JCV llvrriet Iii3 during the Dwight D. Eisenhower WINTER HAVEN Attorney hiked.up prices by chargln I is an unopened banket as far
pieces by a bomb or a large administration. Universal for more fruit thanIt as we are concerned The
\ $ ..- AT'* Robert P. Murray of Bartow,
firecracker Aiken voiced doubt, ai did
for DoytinwFigures Su."nl,,,y JX v' actually received. fact that we do know are the
? Universal F d
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4 representing 0
said all of Fulbright. that Fulbrlghfs 1
Carter the moneyIn pro'posals Records Not KelealedYelterday' scslemaster
hew H. ..,.. f "L. (Cameron)
TompoJUJ.JI i|>e the pay phone was taken. .. will prove popular In hearing was main- paid off Bill Thompson
There was no mail In the box .....,.11 fretipilelle* Net Induoled-Coniull tool. .ere makes people think, I'm glad he need to file an amended com
blown .
when It was upArtistry Holland. Neither hat been have U what I II the extent of
before Universal could
tit... .. M'jJi.; ECAST-Sloew. ... oivocrod todey ." tho north. Pociru s...., while mew. or aid The It. Vermont Republican I plaint proceed to seek. reimbursement: willing to turn over the records It." H* summed his position:

flurries ere forte** from north end. ....rnl Reckta to north end.control. Plains, end from upporMliilMlppI agreed with Fulbright that the..for financial losses of $40.000 to of their respective clients for "1've got to get the record to

: In II / / Volley to northtm Appalachian While wermer weeriiir h ..,...... fir the northeeit, United States should lead the $60,000 resulting from a fraud comparison to determine how make the complaint and I'vegot

cooler temporeruroi. or* foroceit In. Muthtrn PI.I.... (AP Wirephoro Mop) way In seeking negotiations with Involving citrus fruit from Lake much money was Involved In to make the complaint to "I
I the fraud. Holland charged that the i
II'II'I get records.,
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FlowersWUHAN'S Panama "and stop hunting for Shipp Packing Co. which It pur-
the complaint filed by MurrlYdOfsn't Holland
said Lake Shipp ob-
ords" on which to base an chased. I
2nd British agreement to start discussions William D. Pierce, Tampa attorney accuse Smith of any; feels to giving the name of

over treaty revision and other who Is general counsel specific violation. Its grower member Included
'i ,etr !, B "Our position Is we don' In the records to Universal
Satellite In rlevances; for Commissioner of Agriculture .... '
4.,,M M' ..-. Aiken voiced opposition to Doyle E.:; Conner, told Murray and laid Murray should
''''' what he called of De- Lake specify all the charges being
Secretary bli complaint against In
ZONE FORECASTS :: High OrbitI tense Robert S. McNamara' Shipp Packing Co. must be more Pilgrims launched against Smith In Vat.vbraal's .
"talk of stepped war" InSouth complaints '
I clearly worded "specifying as
mild.Increasing Mostly cloudy cloudiness with scattered and.: WASHINGTON (AP) Brit- Viet Nam. Fulbright had nearly as you can what record. Holy Land Suit Filed ',-V

showers tonight. High 64 raw.w In's second satellite, Ariel II, voiced general agreement withU.s. files or books you think we "''A* soon a* Mr. Smith wa J

to 70. East and southeast winds e\ a"eae1 roared skyward from the Vlrglla policy In Viet Nam. need" In order to determine the Easter Ritevaulted arraigned," said Holland, "1 fi.
"I'm not the who IaIscared
only one
8 18 mile hour.B \ money owed Universal by Lake Immediately demanded a preliminary .
to per I coast Friday and entered a
C to death about what Meamara In order
t ,Shipp. hearing to
C, D-Fair and not much _. .. high, wide and Informative orbit proposes to InSouth stone arches and crowded determine what owed Universal .
change In temperature. High =' round the earth. 1 end Informal Hearing Held bazaars we
M..Hnormal : Viet ham, said, nocks or The county prosecutor's
around 70. ; On Its first pass over the United referring to a speech McNa- Pierce presided over an Informal sheep and heavily laden office precluded or prevented

E, F, Considerable cloudi ) States completing orbit No. mara made Thursday night. hearing held under the ,donkeys jostled the worshipers u* (from a hearing)" Another I
ness. Scattered showers extreme 1 I, the satellite returned four authority of the Commissionerof The march was led by a bandof
I south portion of area High H ., attempt to get a hearing was \
I minutes of experimental data to Agriculture at the Florida brown robed Franciscan cancelled this morning he"
around 70. Southeasterly winds .\.. I rackimg stations on the ground LBJ Vows : Citrus Building here. Present,
10 to IS miles per hour.H ........ Gratification at the preliminary besides Murray, were Attorneys .- said "
Holland said 1 have filed
I. J. K Considerable Y William B. Holland of Winter 'l11 ,
results was expressed by Sir : Pat':
No the
Visits I suit against Universal for
cloudiness with scattered show ..... ,\..wi" larrle Massey, chairman of the Haven, who Is representing Waiter amount of we claim
LAKELAND'SFLORAL ers. High low 80s Northeast to British National Committee on A. Smith 55, operator of money
southeast winds 8 to 12 miles for the next four day. Outside Universal owes u* Uni
U.S. Lake Packing Co., Winter
Shipp monks
SHOWPLACE Space Research. He was one or who have guarded the versal admit having given u* I
per hour. Florida live Day' Forecast Nome 200 observers at the Wallops Haven, principal figure In the holy place since the Crusade, weight tickets 'and receipts for -

WeathercastCloudy Temperature will average Island. Va., launch site 125 disclosed Friday by the Newark fraud, and Leff Mabry of Wau- and Father Linus Cappiello, approximately 1100,000 worthof
01 Hot southeast at her*. chula, representing A. T. Owens Franciscan custodian of the
News. Ellsworth said
ester normat Na' pesxlma fruit W* owe grower; they
skis Ariel was the second) In a Mrles Co.: another citrus firm. Holy Land. With him \
to partly cloudy hi la a member of a small In- was the "
Normal bother
north 80 south u*
70* near ; they want money.
ol three British
spacecrat Holland has filed count ,
have been forecast today willitemperatul't'l I Rt Rev Msgr. Lino Zanlnl. thVatican's
FLOWERS minima 50s Ms southeast "W* want to pay for rei
except designed to conduct measure claim against Universal seeking
to be near th and A little warmer ments In and above the atmosphere approximately $100,000 I It Land orange r\n ,
normals of 78 degrees maximumand I coast Keys 11f'' and the Pope' host during tltlou ones," M r-' )
1041 S. Florida Are.n 58 degrees minimum. over the weekend. Precipitation, \ claims Universal owes Lake his recent visit. charged. "W* can't say unequivocally -
>on. 686.1641 Moderate humidity has bee I generally light, probably less I The 150'pound package of In Shlpp. Mabry said he has pre- The procession was broken Into if the record will

forecast, along with winds eight, than one half Inch, occurring!!: itruments, a cylinder about :3' formal group of Republican I pared but not yet filed a complaint groups by languages. Leading give u* the balance (difference 41'",
fTO Member /[to 18 miles an hour. Temperatures -most any time during the five feet long and 2 feet in diameter,. who meet occasionally to dls- seeking $48.000 In money the American and English between 'overpayments and
the day period was declared to be in good orbit: cuss Important national allegedly owed his client by; speaking the Rev.
......... are to remain near affairs pilgrims was what should have been charged
three hours after the 12:25 a m One of the Universal Terrence Kuehn, of the
group Rep. OgdenR. for the fruit sold by Lake Shipp) I
launch. Reid, R-N.Y. a former ambassador The hearing resulted from the Holy Land Monastery in WashIngton until we open them. Murray

I' to Israel, had suggested arrest of Smith with Edward L. D.C. said the amount he asked from

Demos that the congressmen propose Cameron, 42, a scataman for Lake Shipp la based on the

Ready a De Gaulle-Johnson meet- Universal, and William H. Castro Said money found on Smith, "aa inaccurate I
lag and the letter to Rusk was Thompson, 38, a truck driver way of estimating" I II

For First dispatched. Ellsworth said for Lake Shipp. According to Both Nuisance I "W* have reason to believe
Dutton said Johnson's decision Polk County Sheriff Monroe
that Universal Food Products
to plan no trips outside the United Brannen the three were In col ,
BLAST OFF And Menace II in dire financial consequences
Rally Today ----
k States "is based on a sound, and I Is using this proceeding
regard our constitutional
IFliers.BackBuddies thesis that "old myths" should and every possible pro
I served by the Medulla Civitan stem" The State Depart-, : this
be succeeded by ceeding postpone paying
new foreign
Club, its auxiliary and the ment. he added, "would not feel "
laid Holland.
i Medulla Women's Home Dem- Justified in urging him to dootherwi. :policy concept In the light of debt
with Polk Federal ostration Club. ..." With present day realities. He said Quick End Sought

Today's rally opens the door January Swearing In 1 1I that the administration In fact, Pierce suggested the matterbe

i Johnson or his will In Germany turned over to circuit court,
( '.. _., ,_ .k ,
Launch your program .ol savings be sworn into office In January to which Holland agreed. But

NOW ot Polk Federal and swing In. !' under While the Dutton normal said procedure.that under I I WIESBADEN!: Germany (AP) )" m'' QI would Murray prefer and the Mabry commissioner: said they

-Twa U.s. fliers
to o new orbit of financial progress! the circumstance a JohnsonDeGaulle ,' were handle it because they want a
t for e whale series of rallies visit appears to be ruledout 'Friday by the Soviet Union and has been facing up to realities "quick disposition" Murray
NOW Is the time to transfer funds between now and the May S for the remainder of the'''arrived In Wiesbaden In apparent in Its foreign ollcy. said h* also figured! "this body

0 1 ) to Polk Federal without loss of earn. primary After today the 74 year, he wrote the congress-' good health 17 days after He termed Fulbright' address was more familiar with citrus
candidates wilt be divided "thoughtful and thoughtprovoking" than Circuit Court
men: a Soviet fighter shot down their processing
Save by the 10th earn
Ings. Into two groups for appear. "There' has been no breakdown reconnaissance plane March 10. even though "he would be"Charging
: from the first! See Polk Federal ances In various places In communications between -I The Soviet Union and Com- was not speaking for the admin that no specific

The next one is scheduledfor our two governments, 'lumst East Germany said the stratlon, he was speaking for violations can be charged un ,
r 1, soon Tuesday night at Haines however, because both governments men crossed the frontier deliberately himself, he was not floating a der the citrus code. Pure said (
City. Making the appearance are In regular communl- "for purposes of military trial"balloon for the administration. Murray would have to redraft

at that rally will be candi. cation with each other through reconnaissance" but were "ex- his complaint into more specific

SEE The Missiles On dates for constable (in that ,diplomatic channels"ROCKY pelled" because Washington expressed -' term H* suggested that Murray
district), justice of peace (in regrets. Snow S.O.S. and Holland let tilt commissioner

tt In Our I of that Instruction district), superintendent school board NAMES AIDE Capt. David I. Holland 35,' of agriculture examine '
Display Lobby Saves Woman the record of both
Holland. Minn, and Melvin J.
rt.Jf county commission, state senator NEW YORK (AP) Stanley versal and Lake Shipp ex part,
w.% + Kessler, 30, Philadelphia, arrived -
1.44 0. and state representativethree ROIl. of New York. editor-In- 2 ChildrenEASTON Murray agreed to try to re
al the Allies' checkpoint at
( seats). chief of El Tlempo Spanlsh- wlthoUtthe
draft hi* complaint
lelmstedt on the East German
The second group, composed language weekly newspaper '*
benefit of seeing Lake Shlpp
frontier in an Army sedan. Wash. (AP-A
of candidates for all other was named Friday u national would haveIt
records. He laid b*
offices will hit the campaigntrail coordinator of Latin-Americans Heads Dew Autobahn young mother who stamped an period -
L uX'iw Thursday with a rally for Gov. Nelson Rockefeller Their car barely halted before S-O-S In the snow was rescued filed by today. A waiting two '
of approximately
scheduled l for April 2. for president eking up speed again and with her
two children Smith
_._ = heading down the autobahn.. Friday week during which
I I LI receded by a German policecar from the scene of a mountain Cameron and 'Thompson wouldbe

h. II lull y. / to Hannover. From therean plane crash In which her step tried on criminal charge -
( iawr Air Force plane flew them toU.5o father was killed. will follow before the next
duitmenu. -
Now! All the financial *
poweryou hearing on the
Air Force head
European The mother. Lynn Rein 23 '
need for .
w'y3 t quarters In Wiesbaden. of Seattle, saved her
clear hearing I a A third airman aboard the young
daughters by bundling them In Deaths and Funeral
downed plane, Lt Harold W.
with the new ,
ae a suitcase
through the cold
of Detroit
Welch 24. was released -
e ase night RITES FOR MRS. KELLER:
edtm March: 21. Welch was the
/ < The stepfather Robert Kitts Funeral services for Mrs.
4 when the three
only one Injured
l. ot Wenatchee. Wash. Helen Keller. 51, of
parachuted from their plane 20 was tI'oIna Kathryn
Mrs. Rein and 621 Ave., who died
daughters Arapahoe
miles Inside East Germany. He
Michele, 3. and held yesterdaYat
Christine 3 Tuesday, were
& small year friends suffered arm and leg fractures. months, to Seattle when the the Gentry-Morrtoon Funeral \
won't Settee Ill On their arrival at Wll baden. light plane's RIArthur
engine quit over a Home with the
the two pilot were taken to an remote mountain area north of Rich, pastor of the First Baptist
The sew Somuule bid.s b lead Module Onsets Ch''d Fndiiifk Air Force hospital for observation. lere. Church, and the Rev. W. A.
I Ir your ... .. wooishe ... the* a sad .a.r. tt k the HiiiaiiK a I A spokesman said they Mrs. Rein said Kltts tried to Myer. retired Methodist Minister
%JllhKfhhffhlSAk'//11114 i quarter el M.....t -. .! alalatwloo""q .. May would remain there for some glide to a safe landing. officiating. Burial was In
It I Ie DM onnlleet heUd-tlie-ear _,..Ite parlt.aN s srst.Md time. Dropping Fast' Lakeland Memorial Garden

hearing aid Balsams. km ever pro. under a hifh-po.. olaraaep.dunod. .. Show N. Emetlva "H told me to put the babies Music wa* provided by Moray
Yet It deliver* roan), bailtime te SOT lot your flU Neither pilot showed any facial In the back of the plane and to Nelson' soloist, and M. E.
JM.JLoA: ; I heat cased that you BUM try far olodnni. kMrin tool and a por.on expression that would IndIcate strap the safety belts" she told Schauberger. pianist PsUbearn -
I youTMlt.Bcltora's. *) donoaotraUoa ol ....eI1-_ his feelings being Kenny
MiciiMiriiif skill boa Be....... Somudo. "\..'. M skit. oq a reported. "We were dropping were Bob Andrew,
returned. fast It Keller Jack Campbell Murray
was black.
1M Min. ol
pradund tmuinf Idxll
MW stiles
At his Texas White House In George
t ( stayed up In front with Nelson, M. K. Sharp
; Johnson City, President Johnson him. A* we were going down Schroeder.
.... expressed gratification at their hit tree
we a : then I don't remember -
u..... I ley lrwM. OiifriB,fr release and said he
was pleased
.. 1" /7) h anything for a few .
es I 'that this matter has been THORNTOH
sea.tsibly moments. Bob
; ; never woke
l 4o 70, I :oettOlle i HEARING SERVICE settled." Something went through up his'l,,;' MEMORIAL HOMEt

. 26" So fLORIDA AYE :--' COLONIAL CORNER .*, The families of the two airmen neck. I IMr !: ''oJI So fl. I
-- sww. {.... were excited and happy at *. Rein saId she pulled ...MUII ,
207 E. Lemon Sr. Hi. 612-3450 [the new that they were sate two children from the th'l '- .....,

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: LAKELAND LEDGER Saturday, March 2e, 1964 I
S. Viet Ham May ,

Plug InfiltrationBy I Laos Leftists Snub Neighbors

VIENTIANE Laos (AP-The A Pathet Lao spokesman
MALCOLM W. BROWNE Vietnamese frontier town of Lao|left-wing Pathet Lao faction announced [called a news conference here

r SAIGON, South Viet Nam Boor Friday it Is opposed to to make public I a cable sent byPathet
(AP-There ere growing Indications Lao chieftain Prince Sou-
I In the last few weeks there
of relations
resumption diplomatic
that South Viet Nam has phanouvong to Premier Prince
vars. decided to fight Communist In-,has been unusual military acti- betwen South Viet Nam Souvanna Phouma opposing any
filtration Into this country at Its vity In and around Lao Bao and Laos i'ties.
source by attacking the VietCong I Lao Bao Is In mountains noar
and Pathet Lao guerrillas the winding Tchepone River.

::1 on Infiltration routes In Laos The only large building Is a DOES YOUR CAR DO THISlSHIMMY
I The campaign presumably ruined, cobra-infested structure
r/ ""Allk i 1 w has the blessing of Gen. Phou [used by the French colonial regime
ml Noaa van. leader of the right as a political prison. ?

wing faction in Laos' neutralist Sort Of Island
R government.
"Such an operation would not A US Army special" forcesdetachment 1
involve stationing Vietnamese In the area used to W. StraightenAUTO -
troops: on Laotian soil and go regularly a few miles i into
there would be no question of Laos to talk to officers of a and TRUCK FRAMES '
Sra 't1+ Laotian rightist battalion under
violating Laotian territorial
sovereignty WHEELS a FRONT AXLES
," an Informed observer Phouml Nosavan's command.
| said. That battalion operated as a REAR AXLE HOUSINGS I
Charges Attack kind of anti-Communist islandin t

Since the visit this month of| terrain controlled by the Electronic
Pathet -
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Lao.Military
S. McNamara the Pathet Lao activity Is Indicated Wheel Balancing '
radiO repeatedly has chargedthat by the disappearance near Lao

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGI-looirlns. ... .f the easier'.' Into Polk County each pair but lit..., ......u.te.'"1It.1.. to mod South Vietnamese forcesare Bao Thursday of an American
treat koovfilul comp... as w.11 cvrriculum thin shelling Laotian towns. spotting plane with two Americans BEAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT
i on ouMMdlrif homos In Polk County, oddinf tfcolr ikllli ...d. talontt to lb.eaa.y'e .
'..rI... Whom h.. contributed |r* Nor snip'' .-... the opororioii .f the coli... brine mllliMt .f tlolI... "'I pulls school sytrom.FORMIR town was Tchepone rear an Gen. Phouml arrived In South
airstrip that has been used for Viet Nam on March 13 for
I years' by Soviet planes supply secret talk. with the Vietnamese I MELSON

Rebel Brazil ing material to the Pathet Lao'. premier Maj.] Gen. Ngu
and possibly to the Viet Cong yen Khanh. The visit was, AUTOALINEMENT t
Tchepone is 20 miles from the acknowledged officially Friday,
Marines In A day or so after the talks,'
South Viet Nam Its''
'Custody Lawmaker Calls embassy In Vientiane and diplomatic l LINE t
SINCE 1930
relations were restored. -
Communist North Viet Nam, with CENTRAL FLORIDA'S OLDEST

I RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil For PunishmentOf promptly charged that South IIS Wort "... StroorPhono .
(AP-Presldent Joao Goulart's Viet Nam had made a military B EA 'U.41) SJ

.government cracked a passive Ole Miss Prof alliance with Phouml in violation Mtmbw IndtMiujml O.r... Owners I
rebellion by about 3,000 navy, of the 1962 neutrality ac ,....Of..h.Amric.d ....1.. ,
men and ordered them Into thearmy's cords: on Laos. I
JACKSON, Miss (AP-State
custody Friday under 10
I Sen. Corbett Patridge of Schlat-,:
conditions veiled by
er called on the legislature Fri.
: Dissident sailors and marines I
day to take action against Dr.
gave up a .Itdown strike they James Silver, University of Foam Bedding SALEYour
1 started Wednesday night: on behalf Mississippi history professor
a marine I Cpl. Jose An-
who has been critical of the
selmo, whom the
try ordered arrested for making tate's Patridge I racial i asked policies lawmakers to I Choice : Foam or Innerspring Mattresses

political speeches. direct the university chancellor I

Military trucks and buaes and the state college board to 2 COMPLETE HOLLYWOOD BEDS
were rounded up to cart the 'drastically reduce the salary .
/ men to headquarters of the 1st and duties of Dr. Silver and
Army's Guards Battalion from stifle his degrading activities.". "
their stamping ground, a six- He said the future of the state ? YOU GET
z story building housing the ONLY
depends on "this immediate 2
Metallurgical Workers Union consideration. If the chancellor MATTRESSES 1

Hall.The and the board do not act In 2 MATCHING
battalion Is a spltand- relation to Dr Silver then I BOXSPRINGS
polish outfit that .mashed a revolt say let us, the members of the' AND 12 $6997
of navy and air force en legislature assume the responsibility
listed men last September In and do the Job and
Brasilia the national capital. "
do it well. .
I Soon after the surrender on Patridge said We sit /
STUDENT GREETED-A former irvoW. cloumot sad. follow oducotor greet Dr. Hunt Friday a spokesman for complacently by and let a per. .,. Its Your
It. A.d......, loft ,...''d..t .f Amorico. Uiitvonity 1 I. Woihineton. With him, from loft, Ire Roh... the National Telecommunication. ion tread the length and breadthof F.N.B. er P.B.M. Charge Plan Imr J I

j H. AkormoK, hood. of Florldo" Sourhom C.II...'. history dt. ,..,...."t who holdi a ", ..tar'. ....... Council ordered international our great nation deceitfullyand FREE DELIVERY THROUGHOUT POLK COUNTY
from AmorlcOHi Dr. Ch..... M. La,,,,.., hood. .f FSC's nlifion' d.,.rtm.nt who was I cloumoto of news organizations not to cowardly expanding the
I \ Dr. Andonod. ot Ohio Will.,.. University, ...d Dr. Ch....* T. Thrift Jr, FSC ....I..t.. Dr. A... transmit any further details except subject of racial hate, calling
, 41..... .,... Fridoy. to the Florid Sourhor foculty. for communiques. from the. our people backward, ignorant OPEN DAILY 7 TO 6 WYNN MATTRESS
presidential palace.He and with a closed society. SAT. TILL NOON
declared this was not; Silver, who has been on the
censorship but "an appeal foicooperation" staff at Ole Miss for 28 years, Evenings By Appointment & UPHOLSTERING CO.
Educator Cites Problems to prevent wor.enInl has criticized state policies at I
of the situation by what hi, speeches on college campuses I PARK AT THE DOOR 1427 New Aubumdole Hwy. MU 3-49)2

[called Inflammatory reporting. in several other states.

Faced By Private CollegesPrivate '
( Independent .advices received .A.p
in New York said removal of 1

colleges and universities [federal aid," he added. |I close their doors in the next few the rebels halted after about 500
are "faced with the most The dilemma of private colleges -years If adequate financial relief had been taken away. The high
" serious problem In their history Dr. Anderson laid, Is Is not obtained. command of the General Con- .
," a prominent Washington that "at a time when the great "This is a sad commentary." federation of Labor supposedto '"" J'
educator said here yesterday. est population explosion of TO-|he said, "when we rememberthat be present to supervise was 1 .,
"The problem is survival,' lege-age students is upon us, It was America's private reported barred by army

said Dr. Hurst R. Anderson operating costs are increasing colleges, especially church.related concerned guards The a snag belief presumably of labor. '' **
president of American University and large financial gifts are da- ones, which pioneered This 'frufy 'is '
leodors that all were to go free' 1 f' l .
in an address to the facultyof creasing due primarily to the higher education In our country with oo ponoltloo, :
Florida Southern College. tax situation." and carried the major load torso t I "And the solution whether we He predicted that fully half of many years." ) Goulart Interrupted an Eater 1 '
like It or not, may have to be the nation's private colleges will Dr. Anderson said ho had vacation at his home ranch at /" '
found that a majority of Congressional Sao Borja 300 miles south of I Decade For Decision :;

Hit and administration this city and flew In to take I
Korea Students leaders In Washington favored charge personally of efforts to ;,1 .
restricted federal aid to private meet the crisis.

'Sell Out' DiplomacySEOUL colleges. The president appointed Adm a
Fear Groundless"Our Paulo Mario de Cunha Fodrl- .in if
I to replace Adm. Silvio
South Korea (AP- in a brief clash with police when great fear" he said"Mote gues as navy minister. Mote
Thousands of students marchedIn about 300 high school boys triedto "especially among church Institutions resigned Thursday after a '

street demonstrations Fridayfor tear up barbed-wire barricades has been that If we ac series of futile attempts to get Imperial Polk County.
the fourth straight day accusing blocking the road to cepted state or federal aid we the dissidents to return to duty.
President Chung Hee Park's presidential mansion. would jeopardize our academic

Park of conducting sell-out di- Ne Incident freedom.
plomacy with Japan. reported However this fear Is groundless Three Killed
No Incidents were
But there were signs that wherea Dr. Anderson stressed, In J
Park's strategy of appeasing from 15 provincial towns of the government's "hands
30,000 students Radio
total of close to When
the students a little and waiting off" practice in several programs
for the storm to blow over marched. of loans and grants to Best wishes for continue'dPROGRESS
might be paying off. Park has Park made a major gesture private Institutions. Tower FallsTOKYO
said he will not yield to student of appeasement by ordering the Appropriations to help build
demand to suspend normali recall of Kim Chong Pit, top, dormitories and classrooms were (AP-Three AmerIcan -
sation and economic talks with diplomatic troubleshooter who cited by Dr. Anderson .. examples civilian workers were killed
Japan. has been to Tokyo since March of federal aid to private when a 1.350.foot radio transmitting -
The number of demonstrators 20 to expedite the talks. Kim,. colleges which probably would tower collapsed on Iwo
In the capital where the demonstrations chairman of the ruling Demo-. be acceptable to taxpayers.Dr. Jima Island March Id, the U.S.
began, dropped sharply cratic Republican party Is exported Anderson also discussed Armed Forces announced Fri'
to about 7,000 students. About to return here Saturday i the "Washington Semester Program .
30,000 marched the day before. Kim has been chief target o!r ," which American University day.A spokesman said the three
A few students were Injured criticism in the demonstrations I supervises for the 13 other. men were Collin W. Young of
Students have singled him out participating colle gel. Oklahoma City Tommy J.

as perhaps most responsible foi.. The program enables selected, Bailey of Tulsa, Okla., and Ken from -
Paper Urges what they regard as humiliating students usually political science neth W, Tutor of Nashville
concessions to Japan I and history majors tc'Tenn.
occupied Korea for four dec. spend a semester In Washington, The tower was part of a U.S.
ChattanoogaDesegregation ades. to "study the federal government ., Coast Guard installation on
In action" at first hand. Iwo. The spokesman said It
Florida Souhtern Is one of the I collapsed as workers were makIng
Red Foley I repairs at the 600.foot level.
[participating e
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. (AP) .Wife Robbed Kaiser Aluminum
-The University Echo, student "

newspaper of the University of Of Gems Cash I NOTICEAll t t/

Chattanooga editorially recommended 1 ifw
Friday "the total desegregation NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) -
university" Country- Music Singer Red lokiland/ Commandery No. 21 .
of the Sir Knights aRIN
Foley and his wife reported a

next fall. $5,000 diamond ring and J2.200 K. T. And visiting Sir Knights. & Chemical Corp. 'to-
The editorial declared the uni' in cash was stolen from their 1T' ....
versity's admissions policy apartment bedroom while they 'teas "f. .
Commandery Is again sponsoringthe .
phrase were sleeping early Friday. Plant City 'III' '
"lacks an .,
university Foley a television and recording Foster Morning Services at 7:00 A.M. in .
would allow the -
which star said the thief also School Bandshell.
the Plant City High
admit qualified album
to took his family picture l
regard to race coloror and several small Christmas SODIUM SILICO FLUORIDE PLANT I .
Refreshments will be served In the Plant City !;; t
lifts. :
'. summergraduate The singer a native of Berea Masonic Temple before and after the service. }

The Ky. said he was reared In a I Ladies are cordially Invited.
program was desegregated : that was unaccustomed '
last year."The "to locking doors and The evening Church services will be held at MULBERRY, r1fi
Echo believes that the putting a lock on the smoke
Plant Rt. 92. '
Church City
the First Methodist ,
of the students on this house. 'Y\ : : ,
majority :
assemble at the : I I
would not object strenuously However the Foley. East and Evers St. Please I' ... ; .
campus ," the locks on the door of their M <
to this desegregation Church at 7:15 P. ":' ; : l
said "We know thata swank apartment Friday.
newspaper do object to "It's kind of like shutting the I "rI
of them service
number full uniform night
service- ,
Morning .
horse Is
In dmi* gate after the gone ,
I the present, said Foley. full uniform without sward. Sir Knights with. \

I lThe university has a total enrollment Foley, father-in-law of singer out uniform-Melteae cross e ),
t In all departments. Include Pat Boone, said,the loss was

i t ;! night school of 2.*. not covered by insurance I

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I LAKELAND LEDGER Saturday, March W, UN Filter. Favors. Pack Or Box? Small Colleges ..:'

Ii. ,' .,:f;

.. LEDGER EDITORIALS Ii I II I Need Planning\ ,"vrr: I .

To Meet Crisis :p :

I 'Churches Schools Palaces. '

., Zv
By RALPH McGILL dent likely to be enrolled In
,elive" colleges and universities will
j A man can enter 160( acres of As the reader thumbs through the i Atlanta Publisher Constitution of the double in the next 10 to 12

first class land at a cost of $15 for pages of this Decade for Decision issue, In the past three year, according years, triple In 20 W M years,
and continue upward for a
fees. A temporary house of pine we hope and believe that the attractiveness to a report, 11 small substantial period thereafter

logs will be sufficiently comfort- and promise of Imperial Polk college have closed their -barring, of course, war or

able for the climate. If ablebodied will be apparent.And doors. In the same period some disaster of great magni
c + universities, two tude. The number now .enrolled
with his own labor he can clear what of the future? The Led- three private
rather large \ is Just over four million.
and plant 10( acres in orange trees submits for consideration
respectfully -
ger 1Voice (Buffalo and Jesse Hobson, former director .
the first year and thence on, add of each citizen, civic leader, and Houston) and of the Stanford Research

10( acres each year to his grove.In public official this Credo for Progress- a smaller one, Foundation, has estimated that

10( years, the first 10( acres ought Mid w astern by the year 2,000 Just 36

i In 11 at Wichita' r years from now, there will be
\ yield $1,000 an acre. years
DIVERSITY. Let us go after and Falls, Texas, rte, between IS and 21 million students
the first 10 will yield probably get enough clean, prosperous industryto have been taken enrolled in institution

4 $1,500 an acre, and the second 10, avoid the seasonal citrus slump. Into stateownership of higher education in this

$1,000, an income of $25,000. In and country. If the birth rate continue -

18 years, at this rate, he will have direction. Still v. at about its present
CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL, another report rate that figure is conserva-
160 acres of solid grove, and the notes that JO -
McGILL tive.
Let us continue to support Florida
income of a nabob. He need not small colleges "A enrollments "
Southern College and work toward Increase
and professional schools have
worry about transportation. When Mr. Tlckton notes, "a
making our public schools second to merged In the past three great
his grove comes into bearing, he variety of student can be ex-
none in the South. Let us forget regional years In larger Institutions. knock
to tne
pected on doorsof
club with
can adjoining
growersand There Is a steady Increase In
differences once the junior col- colleges and universities.
they can build railroads to suit public education totals. Today
themselves. (Then ) churches, lege site is finally selected, and work 40 per cent of the students are They can't all be students with I,
together to make this institution a cul- In private colleges and uni College score In excessof
schools, palaces can be built, and 600. They can't all be per- t
versities. Educators estimate
tural asset. And let us quit talking
the wilderness made to blossom. that by 1985 there will be sons who are expected to go 1

And all of this in a climate like a about the new Lakeland library and only about 20 per cent enrolled Into graduate education or the
build itTOURISM professions. Bluntly, they can't
In such Institutions. The
dream of delight soft balmy
all be student who are Intel-
private college and universityhave
odoriferous, healthful beyond compare roles lectually oriented. A large
Important to play.
and conducive to unexam- AND The small college has muchto number of other kinds of students -

pled longevity Let us get the message across that Polk offer, but some of them mean to go to college,

-R. G. Robinson in Lipln- County's idyllic countryside offers the face the problem of survival. can afford to go to college,
of Florida's climate with- the and can be expected to go to
colt's Magazine January advantages of Peoples
SIDNEY G. TICKTON, of college. the private institutions
out the disadvantages of urban conges-
1897.Making the fund for Advancement of don't provide for them,
tion. We aren't like Miami, and we Education (of the Ford Foundation the public Institution wlJl.

a rajah's Income In citruswasn't aren't trying to be. Is The Ledger's Opinion Page**-*"" ), wh3 has made a studyin But private Institutions can
s this area, finds; : there Is provide by tailoring their offerings -
; really that simple, but what the "real cause fir worry about to the needs of the students

old-time magazine described came RACIAL POLICY. Let us grant our This Witortel pep eef.n the Mwt*.p.,'. ewe .,1"1.,,. ec ...tt." (I (....'" I........ Ie .... some 500 Institutions that are who are coming"

close to what actually did happen herein Negro citizens, immediately and with- Jltoriol ..I.", .. It wilcmn the .,1,1.... .f _4in I I" the Voice .( the Petite e.I"..... ........ cuss not In the strong prestige

Polk County. From the days of fed- out quibbling, precisely what they are .. ilt4 .ni b.., lit writer's ."4,..", but MIMI will .. withheld .,.. rt<..... A letter$ shwU MtCM4 group." Mr. Tlckton is optimistic the AN small EDUCATED college guess will is that

eral land grants a century ago and legally entitled to. In extra-legal af- .. 250 wt.*, turf ,..try <.*"<* I..e.'. The ItJgtr rntrvti the right .. njtct Mf Mtor M but he Includes a substantial to be as small as It now cease Is.
"If". If there Is not
more pioneers came from everywhereand fairs, let us respect our colored friendsas ....rt.* M. 0,1"1,," .f MlunMMti nt .*..r cmtrlbvlon' ppnr tlwwkwt Ski ,..*. realistic planning then there There Is a body of evidence

fashioned an empire of citrus, sincere human beings who ask only will be more small colleges
the of American
that the right to prove themselves. Let us comes, to be penalized for expansion many closing their doors. Those that ,
and cattle. Worse
em- Is
farming Bingo that? cities, and not too re- (1nlfI ntIII
are able to lay out a program
be.willing always to talk-and to listen. '
pire is unrivaled. Polk is undlsputably
-A BINGO FANLakeland motely similar to' any num- to take advantage of the tremendous -
the world's foremost citrus region and Than Racing? ( ) ber of States in our great na Increase In the number X'SQuth;

leads, too, in the mining of vital phos- SLUMS AND POVERTY. Let us tion. Picture, If you will, asw of young persons who .1-.

phate. cooperate with, but not rely on, the fed- EDITOR: I read with Interest EDITOR'S NOTE It Isn't quote from the article referred ready are knocking on doors now that Indicates that the
for admission will survive. average college with less than
eral anti-poverty We have that the state receives fair but then what has Justice
program. to above, using the
The cultivation Conservative estimates 1,000 students will find it Increasingly -
harvesting -
the brains and the know-how locallyto $28,000,000 from the got to do with our state '
a year name of Lakeland Instead of cate that the number of stu- difficult to remain
and processing of citrus is and tackle slum clearance and "grind- betting on Jai Ala!, horse government In Tallahassee? the Country mentioned but solvent. By 1977, the stlmsted
will in foreseeable future The dog tracks, the greyhound
remain the
ing poverty." Let us face up to the and dog races. That is nice Interests, the liquor stores otherwise verbatim: enrollment figure for solvency
the basic of Polk County.But lie Voted Is about 1,500,
economy fact that too many of our unskilled recreation for the ones who and Just about every sizeable Poor Old "Lakeland Her 'Nay'EDITOR

wide-awake citizens are aware that farm workers make less than $25 a have money to spend But enterprise maintains a lobbyup Infirmities are mortal not be- Some of the changes comingIn j

the economy needs variety, with more what about the hundreds of there to Influence our leg- cause cure is Impossible, but : I am enclosinga education, especially to the
week and let determine that actionbe
tourism, retirement, and light industry. us senior citizen who come down islators. Everybody, It aeems.eIIcept because blithely, stupidly, clipping that appeared In smaller colleges, will be In the
taken in vocational training and en- area of'better utilization of
the "ordinary citI- fatuously, her governing elite your newspaper (March 12).
The reason is quite simple: citrus is lightened management, to alleviate this here to make their permanent zen" who, like you, lacks an will never recognize her malady The story I Is Inaccurate. existing resources. We may

prosperous but seasonal, with a marked obvious pocket of poverty in an other- homes, have a small Income, effective voice. It's a shame, let alone accept the When the story was filed the expect to see,* for example. ,'
summer slump. and would like to play a little but that's the way It Is. remedy. She has 'class, the bill had not passed the House classes offered from 8:00 a m.
wise prosperous county. and, know did not to 10:00: p.m., five day 'a
bingo for their recreation? way some people have arthritis as you ,
week, and a half day on Sat.
the house.I .
her Inflamedand
IT IS QUITE true, as the census fig- They cannot play, because Of Barnacles ; Joints are pas urday. The school "year" will
CITRUS PROMOTION. Let us meet so crooked that oppor- voted In favor of consid-
ures show, that Folk's growth has not bingo Is illegal. tunities slip from her swollen ering the bill and voted be U-and.a.half months. Small
all fair competition,but fight those who I will that the state colleges will be using televi
kept pace with the spectacular mush grant And LakelandEDITOR fingers as she limps towarda against It on final passage.It .
rooming of lower Florida's "Cold would exploit us by sneaking in the would not make big profit future of growing Immobility la the type of reportingthat sion, audio-visual devues. programmed

Coast. Yet the growth here has been back door (as the Virgin Islands deal); (from taxing games) but and decay. Is exhibited In this article learning and other,
or fool the customer (as some of the bingo would give pleasure to : "Saturday Re- End quote. Fortunately for that makes it difficultfor new teaching techniques
steady and gratifying. There can be View," a magazine of considerable our constituents to understand There will be plenty of students \
citrus to do). Let us older citizens Lakeland there seems to be
synthetics try who
many help carried able to tuition. The
drawbacks to growth that is TOO fast, an article evidence that many of the what action Congress pay
find ways to increase markets with the economy of the state with about a certain nationon barnacles take*. future of the small college,
as Jack found in his climb up the bean- are being scraped
such the their year-around staple pur another continent reflecting Tlckton concludes, "depends
radically new products ( as off the "ship of state."
stalk. Lakeland and other Polk com- which don't need chases. Do you think It is fair a coating of barnaclesnot SAM M. GIBBONS on their ability to serve this
crystals refrigeration
munities have escaped in large measure orange for us, who have smaller in- unlike those encrusting E. M. KENNELthat U. S. Congressman market."

the staggering financial and adminis- ).

trative problems that go hand in hand

with a sudden population spurt-school PLANNING FOR GROWTH. Let Is
enrollment, utilities, fire and police us find thibest possible plan of over- Fulbright Appeasing Communism?

protection, zoning, and the like. all county planning and zoning and

then pull together as one people to By DAVID LAWRENCE most formidable adversary he is "not arguing against long as the nations of the clples In world policy and

POLK COUNTY today is a bright, make our growth orderly and effec- WASHINGTON Since the has ceased to be totally and the desirability of an economic hemisphere are prepared to turns toward the so-called
chairman of the Senate foreign
hostile the
to west
modern grouping of communities sand- tive. relations committee today .implacably. boycott against the Castro meet their obligations of collective "practical" side, with its materialistic -

wiched between scores of fresh-water is a member of President "It Is not Communism as a regime but against Its feasi defense under the Rio motivation, and In

lakes on the backbone or "ridge" of the THIS CREDO we commend to our Johnson's own political doctrine, or Communism as It bility." He says the "failure"' Treaty* effect, admits that it cannot

Florida is med- in wonderful party, the world Is practiced within the Soviet has not been due to any exercise its Influence In the
peninsula. It a quaint neighbors friendly, na- "weakness" BUT
will read withsurprise or "timidity" on assume
of the old Bible South which ture-blessed Polk And, to Union or within any other world for the good of down-
ley Belt County. a country, that threatens us the part of the United States a strength on the part of the trodden nations
has great spiritual strength, and of the those who get this message by way of speech just' "It is not Communist dog government, but that the pol- Inter-American organizationthat just because

so-called New South, which is more the mailaway edition, we extend our made by Senator ma, as espoused within Russia icy cannot succeed "unless we It does not possess, largely success Is not Immediately attainable -
prepared to take drastic then the
J. William are hopes of
progesslve and liberal in spirit.' Polk warmest invitation: don't believe a but Communist imperial because moral force has
Fulbright, headof sanctions" against our own
lam that threatena us and many peoples-that some day
also is a region of great cultural accom- word you read-just come on to Polk that Impor- other peoples of the nonCommunist allies. He contends that the never been effectively used to they may depend on the moral

plishment, and even greater promise.It County and find out for yourself. tant committee. 1 world. Insofar as a prospects' of "bringing; down denounce the tyranny that exists support of this country as

He advocates a great nation mobilizes Its power the Castro regime by politicalor In Cuba where a Communist they try to liberate themselvesfrom
policy with respect economic boycott have never -
and resources for aggres- apparatus has taken dictatorship will be
to Cuba sive purposes, that nation, regardless been very good. ," and he over the country. The Sena- wrecked on the seas of des-
Home Owners Time To FileIt's
and the Soviet' concludes:
: LAWRENCE of Ideology, makes tor overlooks the fact that the pair.
governmentthat ruled out United States la the Senator
itself our enemy" "Having military principal Fullbrlght's speech
time for The Ledger to issuean sessed valuation. The law specifies a will be widely construed What II overlooked Is that a Invasion and blockade, and force inside the InterAmerican undoubtedly will be widely

eleventh-hour reminder to home filing time of January 1 to April 1 of as a kind of passive acquiescence dictatorship o r totalitarian recognizing the failure of the system and that If this discussed for It represents a
In the Communist beha boycott policy, we are com- country throws In the sponge point of view of
owners: the time for filing homestead each government can and does uti- many persons
) year vior In the "cold war" if nota lize to its advantage the discipline pelled to consider the third of In the fight against Castro, the inside and outside our govern-
exemption tax applications is But and this is very important willingness to appease the of the Communist Par- the three options open to us Latin-American countries will ment who believe, as Chamberlain

about to run out. Next Wednesday, the law requires a new applicationeach Communist regimes. ty itself. with respect to Cuba: The ac- be inclined to do likewise. did in 1938, theta lit

Ii April 1, is the absolute deadline. year, between January 1 and Ap- Senator Fulbright's views Unquestionably there are ceptance of the continued existence Senator Fulbrlght deplores tie bit of appeasement can
it has been noted by the White of the Castro regime what he terms "excessive mor- never be harmful
For the benefit of newly-arrived ril 1. Those who neglect to apply differences between certain or bring
House are his own. But states in the Communist bloc, as a distasteful nuisance but alum" Yet if the United on war History, however
residents of it should be stand to lose much as $100 and the
our county, as nevertheless It Is significant
States abandon moral
and it is conceivable that In not aa Intolerable danger so prin- tells a different story. :
explained that an amendment to Flor tax assessor, as much as he might like that anyone as prominent In due time some of them may

ida's .constitution gives home owners, to, can't make exceptions. If you owna Congress as the chairman of
the Senate
Foreign Relations
who actually occupy the premises, a home and live in It, next Wednesdayis Committee should be making

J "free ride" for the first $5,000 of as- a good day to remember.LEDGER. the following series of declarations 'V4tfOIt,41 ifI/JlrJ Potomac Fever

master myth of'the
i cold war Is that the Communist -I,, be weaned away from Moscow By FLETCIIER KNEBEL
LAKELAND bloc Is a monolith composed or Peipmg. But Senator Full Investment) tip sheet report on corporate first quarters: LBJ Enterprise

of governments which brlght's contention that the Consumer sales up 29 per cent. Image (all of them) untarnished. Glowing

are not really governments at disputes Inside the communist prospects for fourth quarter. .

see ONe WAT COWIIS III all but organized conspiracies, group of countries have become *

Imperial Polk County E;NMl1 Ml ClIVI JOHN. < MAIIIIItON HAMM /,.,I V N.World's ,M. divided among themselves perhaps more important to American Goldwater Auction Sales Inc. Earnings off sharply. Some supervisory
.' .... ....... in certain matters of tactics foreign policy than the -
D. CMU." M".T. personnel defect to rival firms. Futile efforts to sell off lagging subsidiaries
Citrus Center ......, .,CMAn ......IY. c,.. but all equally resolute activities and Insidious ,
'r ......... ..._. ,. operations outlook. '
such as T.VJ\ mar profit
eh.wtlM ......... and Implacable In their deter of the Moscow government -
mination to destroy the free throughout the globe will .' '-

world."I be strongly disputed. Scranton Iron & Steel Works Spectacular consumer Interest in new
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.parfm.nts-686-1151 believe that the Communist product line. Management indecision clouds picture. Advice: Modest investment *
world Is indeed hostile to IT IS PERHAPS In the fieldof warranted.
the free world in its general Latin-American
} SUISCRIWON RATES policy that *
and long-term- Intentions but Senator Fulbright'a speech will
HOME DELIVERY that the existence of this animosity evoke the most criticism For Nixon Air Lines Record air miles flown. Line still favored by many

0*. ,.., .... .. .. $1)40 OM *tiilh ... ,.., ... $ 1.9S In principle Is far less he openly declares that Amen commercial passengers despite bad crashes of '60 and '62. Once flourishing

SI. ....th. ........ $11.70 Week . .. .. . $ ..4STh. Important for our foreign policy ica's policy In trying to Isolate tourist class business mushy.
that the great variationsIn Cuba politically and
economically *
... ..."th. $ S IS OM yeer, ky cell .. $2600 its Intensity and characterboth and to persuade
In time and the other free-world countries Rockefeller Oil It Gas Earnings picture poor due to recent huge cap
individual members among of the maintain economic boycotts to ital expenditures. Also plagued by lack of sales In W 0 m e d'a department.

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by communist bloc against Cuba has been a "fail However company: still boasts enormous cash: reserves.

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 ure" He says "There Is no *

"FOR A START, we can acknowledge reason to believe that it will Shriver Casualty Insurance Brightest of the glamor stocks. Spectacular

aIiI 4> the fact that the succeed In the future quarterly sales. Total protection against poverty is brand-new wrinkle in insurance -

Soviet Union, though still a Tile 4- Arkansas senator Insists field. Envy of competitors. ,


... N 1 .. -- -- back in meric1anltSfids? *W|ifWI I -
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LEDGER Saturday, March W, 1M4 I

.' "1I'R.W"'I''Ifm: :_ .....r .._ .-._

M $500,000 Boy Scout Camp Is Planned I

By BABETTE profits to the Boy Scouts for city planner, who constructedthe And Cub Scouts will be ableto Other contributors include
.) STEINHAUSER camp maintenance and administration master plan for the camp, use picnic area facilities, Council off I ce r s. Park
wa? ledger Staff Writer said 73.000 Pine trees will be including a lake and swimming Wright. William N. Downs
Trees Donated planted to re.forest the ranch area, during the day. Alfred Bates G. Sydney Len
Gulf Ridge Council Boy The Snively Groves of Winter Sanford and his wife also a Wright, Jenkins Lead faaty Earl Newton Charles
Scouts will lOOn be able to Haven have been responsible professional community planner Two prime movers in the Garrison Jere Stambaugh
sleep under the star explore. for supplying the camp s toured completed campsites development of this Polk Jr, Herbert J. Wilkins. and
Polk County wild, and enJoy grove with a large portion of In Nashville and Atlanta County Scout camp have been John R Wright Steering Committee
vigorous outdoor life In its fruit tree.. John Snlvely before putting final touches Lakelands John R. Wright members, William N.
their own 913-icr camp. Jr. was the original chairmanof on this camp'a master plan chairman of the Camp Development Downs. Marshall Edwards
The camp to be opened In the Camp Development The 8.000 Gulf Ridge members Board and George John Snively, Jr., Norton
March of 196S has had wide Committee. will have access to four W. Jenkins, chairman of the Agey Carl Broreln, Sr., F, L,
support from area civic lead- George Sanford, Lakelands white sand bottomed lakes Steering Committee Brock Everett Allen, O Syd
ers The, first donation was Lenfestey John Wright John
the 113 acres offered to the Kuder John Neuner James
Scouts by The Atlantic CoastLine Griffiths, Alfred Estes, and
Development Corp., head- George Jenkins; Camp De-
ed by Thomas W. Rice Following velopment Committee members -
the land donation came Norton Agey Jamea T.
contributions and pledges In Griffith Carl Payson James
the amount of $350.000 to cov- A. Pederson George Sanford,
er a three-year period. The Ernest Smith Alan Trask
ultimate cost for camp construction and John R. Wright.Deerfield .
Is to exceed $500-
000 In the next five years. ManIs
Eight Counties Included
Located nine miles east of
Lake Wales, and threefourthsof SentencedBARTOW
a mile north of State Road
: 60, the camp site will serve Gurley Devon
Scout members In the eight Jaco, 38-year-old Deerfield man,
r.c.jt counties composing the Gulf yesterday was sentenced to one
Ridge Council The Gulf Ridge
year at Raiford State Prison on
Council of The Boy Scouts of
, .. CANDY! CUPS FOR [ASTIR-I..,., .ject .1 FSC <..". thlt ,... fe the "iUwfc.N. .| ., America (named that becauseof a charge of breaking and entering

..,,4, sal H..r favor. ,..,.rd by .writ ,bdf... to ,mid.nt. the Mary I. pvls ."'.cups.*..... lu location on the Gulf and .
1I, Horn *nd the W..|.* ...10,1,,"'. From left are Kr.* Hmbtt of C....""..., f.. Dl. Zr. Ridge sections of Florida) Criminal Court Judge Roy HAmulon .
4j I' sorority/ H>..l Mown o( Gottonl, N. C., Alpha CM 0......; gal IC.,* Smith .f ,...lIh' Z... T*.. draws Boy Scouts from Polk, also sentenced Jaco to
Alpha, tut ,_ltIe", tf the Jumof P.nfc.ll.nic, .,.".. .f Hit ,n.ct.| Hlllsborough. Highlands Har- I six months on a petty larceny
dee, Hernando, Sumter, Citrus k1
charge, but the judge set that
and Pasco counties
.I\o '
j'7 "
,., .t! <,1'ri' r. I ( These Boy Scouts, accom- frY sentence to run concurrently
:( I *
panied by troop leaden will with the one year sentence i
"J:' ': be able to participate In activities Jaco was charged with stealing -
>' < at the Scout reservation some clothing after break
"r. while under the supervision I ing Into a house trailer at Win-
of a full time ranger ter Haven last Dec S.
or, In civilian terms a camp
director. ,
The ranger will be In charge INSURANCESERvict
of the local camp adminstratlon -
,"tl' Herb Wllklns, of Tampa '
and chief Scout executive of CAMP MODEL STUDIED-fir|* I.nlor1 ., the left, tnt John P.. Wtl hr view a medal .) Lanier Upthaw,
the Gulf Ridge Council, will the MW .13.*cr. Roy Scout Camp *..t of L.... W.I.. The model w.. built ky Richard H. Con b..r Inc.S :d2,5 5
and Gary S.nlord Des Twin. "v.. Pa. *M till
be the overall administratorof __ .
-- -
the project.

,rI Three Sites Planned Adams Urges A BIG HATFUL OF -

Upon completion of the first
building phase, Including the Florida VotersTo

ranger s home, campsite B, a QUALITYAND
family area, maintenancearea RegisterTALAHASSEE <<
fencing on the south of
(AP) Secretary .
the camp water system and
of State Tom Adams said
a 40-acre citrus grove, there I SERVICE .
will be room for 220 Scouts Florida would not have a truly
representative government until
week. Ultimately two .
"a substantially numberof ; .---------, .-------- ,
other campsites will be addedto .

i Nh s. sa these for facilities 400 to 600 with scouts capacity citizens In elections participated" regularly .,Ir.I x---;;; I II I OXFORD I I OXFORD I

per week. Planned completionIs He Issued a statement yester- LUMBER I LUMBER LUMRER 1
expected by March 1967. day urging eligible voters to 11 I 1
The family area will be register to vote In the May prlmaries .
unique for most Scout camps I April before 4. the 5 p.m. deadline .II: QUALITY I I SERVICE I II SELECT
This area will provide lodging I. .
for scout masters' families Adams said he expected a'1 MACKINGBURG 1 I CALL US i II YOUR OWN Ii
fly pA while the Scout leaders, record turnout 'In 1964 DUNCAN 1. FOR ANYINFORMATION
y themselves take charge of He said Florida registration\II METAL PRODUCTS 1 |i FRONT DOOR ,
their Individual troops In other In the 1960 general election" II I n 4
camp areas. Scouts, scoutmasters was depressingly low, plaoln i I THRESHOLDS I AIOUT SCREEN DOOR I
.' a and scout master the state 42nd in the nation 1 Ir I I WEATHERSTRIPS II I I n
families will all "campout"In the percentage of citizens voting SHELF SUPPORTS II I I 11 BUILDING SUPPLIES FROM HUNDREDSCompetitive j
EASTER 'OJECT-ThIN florid, SouHi.m Coll.g. c.*". whe ..* nimbus .f the S."th.,"....., tents with 49 per cent. HARDWARE .1 1
',,".,...".... tworlty, peck ." I....' ...klt .f fd for 0 '''''> family ."||...." b, tee SolvHo The citrus grove, to be Increased Sliding MANY Door OTHERS I i \\ !
11 We Are
Army From .lift are Iran. Arch.mbeiilr of Miami, ..I".""; Sylvto '......**, Frt Pure; cud (tltyGibbmi ultimately to 80 acres, The modern Olympic game I I Happy
*J S.r.tot Diitributlo .f E.ir.r .,,< Thinkitlvini ....... *f food I. ,.dtl..1) *r.j.i.et.f will be self.supported. In return have been canceled three time I. I Quality Counts At less! lj To Help! I.
j Hit S.Mtrimf.... the grove will turn back in 1916 1940 and 1944 I 5)0 WEST MAIN j (r
PHONE MU 2.211 I PHONE MU 2-ilfl | | PHONE MU 2-mi I
Red Jews Lack MatzohAs fmmmmmmfmmmmmmmfmmmmOXFORD. 1.i---------u'T_._ -.ra.rrrrrrrreygarrrmrrrrraI5
-- ------- ------ t tI
I I----------J f ,----------

Passover Starts II : OXFORD I II I'I OXFORD ; ; OXFORD I

I Jf.il flora( 1Tim.s of the Central Synagogue last I/I LUMBER i! LUMBER i ii LUMBER I
i iI
week his congregation II I I'
gave special .
MOSCOW The overwhelmIng dispensation to eat such II I QUALITY I, SPECIAL! I II
majority of an estimated food as peas and bean. during II QUALITY I I I'
20.000 to 30,000, families of devout passover in violation of traditional II I
I ARJtfATOLwooo 1I
Jews in Moscow appeared dietary laws I. U. S. MENGLE 1
insufficient supplies In another development the FI8REGLASS I I II
of matzoh at the start of official press agency Tara. published i I I INSULATION TMATIrt I
a critical review of an
the passover season.Chief book InKiev 1 PLYWOOD 1 WildALUMINUM .
anti-Semitic printed
Rabbi Yehuda Lev Levin I U.s. Nm APPROVED .
capital of the Ukraine. I I FOIL : FOR NAVY
last October. Let tfi Show You I I

The book had been attacked I Step ,"' .. H/jk ftBilli ./ SUBSITESReasonable 1I
luring the past few days by I The Best 1I 'I Xsei CM 1I !

European and American Communists I For Less! I I In Summer I I
Taro Included Its re-
view In its Enell.h.laneu"e I Sat WEST MAIN 1 I
service for foreign clients. I PHONE MU 22191rrrrrrrrr I PHONE MU 2-2191 I PHONE MU 2-211 I I
At the Central Synagogue FrIday : rrrrrr.arn.rrrrrrrrr E.errrrr..rrrn.R.rrrrrrrrra'.
morning a small group of I .e
E e4er elderly men and women carrying I prrrrrrrsaer.b 1I

made baskets their last and and paper for most bags I III I PRESSURETREATED 1 I OXFORDLUMRER I Ii

f utile attempt to get matzoh. LUMBER I I i
One woman had tears In her I

:$ wr and eyes two ss she small told sons of her for husband whom) 1 QUALITY I I LUMBER I ITO I SPECIAL! I

she had come to get matzoh.
An elderly man remonstratedwith FOR I NO CHARGE II LAST I 1 PRESSURE

an official of the synagoguewho FOR DELIVERIES II 1 A LIFETIME
tried to keep blm from talking FULL CREDIT I TERMITE PROOF ; I I II
to a
FOR RETURNS : Creosote 1I
"You are afraid you are

not afraid" he all said.Observers of. you, but I am 1 Terms I OXFORDLIJUIRER ; I Posts To Last 'I

who have been In I Con Bf Arranged 1 I 1I I
close touch with Jewish affairs 1 From 4Sc to $2.20
estimated that the matzoh supplies GOVERNORI 1 SEE OXFORD I CELCURE 1
In Moscow covered little 'I 1 FOR SERVICE! I Ino / DO THE JOI TO ST..YIno I .

more than one or two per cent I 1 S10 WEST MAIN 1 w... MolnPh. 1 I.
of the needs of the congregation PHONE WEST MU 2-2191 MAIN 1 PHONE MU 2-211 JI / .*. MU 2-2191 I I""e
They said that a minimum of I -
rrrrrrrrrulLrrrrrrrrr' --- ----- --
200 to 300 tons of matzoh would r-rrrrrr-rri R I.
I I ,
have been needed about 10 LM---------po .


ExRooseveltWife I LUMBER / I


Weld wood I I':

Bomb HoaxLOS I I I I Glue & TrimProducts i ;

Minnow Bell Roosevelt has entered I I (=
/ I
guilty plea In federal STANLEY Headquarters 1 COLOR STIKI s
court to falsely reporting a 1 I i
bomb aboard a plane I II Famous Ii I .r
Mrs. Roosevelt, 52. of Santa I I Only the BEST TAKE A LOOKI '
I '
Barbara Calif, .is the former
ChKo.d. M, 1210 L Myrtta. wife of Elliott Roosevelt, ton of For LESS I U.S. Gypsum 1 PHONE MU 2-2191 1I
St., *. MM lk* Miff*' "
PM .
a windy ........." ae e Mir the late president.She I 530 WEST MAIN 1 530 WEST MAIN I MARINE II
&.e......"" *.".***"t. Six will told police she missed reported) PROVEN PROGRESS HONE MU 2-2191 I DOMISTIC I
when she a I I MU 2-2191
the bomb PHONE I
...,... hi .,,-,,*, .ibe'aMl.at in Santa Barbara last II
cN sad I" the tiMljudflnf plane ) i.rrrrrrrstamuJOXF rrrrrrs.sFRD ..-------- --
Jan. 27. Police quoted her as

Tk will"ndy rid* in ifht.a mlf CMtmtMt saying she thought the report ,.. .... a. LtMI_ .-.. -- M N..a awr I I () LUMBER COM,PANY r

..". T...*...' *.t.ni**i cud would bring the plan. back. II I S20 Welt Mol* s,. L.ka. sod Pkii. MU 2.21.LAKELAND .,- '
will be sentenced April
.tt*"d e _i.1 Monday nlhr. She
(IY"|., Pint ly Hnf.h.) 2L ,

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: Easter: Saturday, March 28, 1M4
INVITING Julie Pope Had Confidence I In Husband'sCypress

I Sunrise ServicesArea AdventistsYouth

TO ATTENC Gardens Dream When Others ScoffedBy Week

will lit. spot Easter sunrise serv church, temporarily locatedat

....Ie.Ih.Ibis mtnogiiHit ices are scheduled tomorrow Cleveland Court School.M. have collected from their
warm fellowship of a* follows: R. McCollum will presenta CAROLINE K. BERND travels around and over the Begins Today .
ftiindlpiopl; .. chalk-talk. Ledger Correspondent

I Grove Park Christian GALLOWAYThe WINTER HAVENWhenDick The wing designed by Youth week begins today at
"1'j: I:[II""WI''il!>1'1\..A I Pope, 30 years ago, decided was
Church will sponsor sunrise Rev. Glenn Babcockwill to transform a Florida Hal Hertz, a longtime friend. First Seventh-day Adventlst
services at Saddle Creek conduct a sunrise service Into a He would accept no fee for his Church with the program
RADIO BROADCAST I I Park recreational area tomorrow tomorrow at 6 a.m. at Gallo cypress swamp mug services, so a check was sent
nificent tropical garden and based around "spiritual em
6 A breakfast In his name to the Universityof
at a m God
WONN 8:00 P.M. way Assembly put some $35.000 Into the yen ." Junior and youth
the Men'sFellowship : -vq Georgia scholarship fund.
I sponsored by Church. An Easter breakfastwill ture, the prevailing opinionwas r
will 1 follow. of the services will be held daily
follow Frequent recipients
School .
Sunday 9:45 AM that he was "a little bit
I From Easter to Pentecost are the the week, Miss Flora
Those attending 1 tetched," to such an extent Pope hospitality young during
Morning Worship 11.00AM an attendance contest will be are invited that some newspaper col people employed at Cypress Lester, church youth leader,
held for the Bible school. to stay for umnlsts had their weekly fun Gardens in the ski show or as has announced.A .

"The Rod Jimmy Butler and Betty Tl- Sunday school attaching to him such nick the picturesque "old fashioned
Message color film on lung cancer
From 60 to 80 at a
son have been chosen as and morning girls"
of the
That Budded" team captains, teams to be worship servo I names Marshes as," "Maharaja"Mahatma of the time are entertained here. and .cigarettes will be shown

I chosen tomorrow. The theme ices An Easter Muckland" and "Swami of Willing Hostess tonight at 7:30: o'clock at the

Training Union ..... ..6:15 PM is "Olympics of 1964." program the Swamp." fellowship hall of the Junior
Julie often answers a phone
CHRISTINA PARKA will be pre Perhaps the greatest trib Academy, 1443 N. Gilmore,
at 4:30
I call from Pope'
Evening Worship 7:30 PM sented the
will beheld
sunrise service by Mrs. Dick
ute ever paid Pope and Is asked, "Can you Orren W. Bacheiler. pastor,
I tomorrow at 6 a.m. by Sunday school, I her husband's words of p.m.
Observance .f thi under were b take care of 20 people for said The film Is entitled, "OneIn
Lakeland Christian Church at dl- understatement A
Lord Supptr ,I Rev' Babcock many years dinner?" Her standard reply
I Christina Park, Highway 37. rection of Mrs later: "I think most folks want broiled 20,000" Services will be

CALVARYBaptist Breakfast will be served by Babcock. were skeptical and a little bit chicken Is, "Do or you filet mignon?" If held nightly at 7:30 o'clock including

ChuchJ. the Men's Fellowship afterward An Easter pageant will be worried all except Julie. the party Is for 12 or less she sermons, motion pictures

presented at the 7:30: p.m. And I never understood why serves a seated dinner. For and music. I

.. IUFFINGTON, Fitter The resurrection story In service, with the church choir she wasn't" more than a dozen it Is buffet Music will be presented by
music will be presented by providing background music. Since that April day In 1926 Miss Denise Money, Miss
MU 6-S26J the adult and junior choirs at when Dick and Julie Pope
addition to her talents as
In Marie Faatz, Gary Harrington
the 7:30 .m. service at the LAKE married, the dynamic
p were
_, r a hostess, Julie Pope Is an and Danny Roney. Services
Sunrise services will be promoter, whose enthusiasmand horticulture. She
authority on will be held during the .
YOU ARC CORDIALLY INVITID TO ATTIND / conducted on the lawn of driving energy pushedthis prepares the articles on plants school day for students attending
Crystal Lake Baptist Church, project and many others and flowers which are sent, the Junior Academy.
Christian Science ServicesFIRST 1000 Mt. Airy Ave., tomorrowat to fantastic success, has had with Cypress Gardens photographs
8:30: a.m. Participating the whole-hearted support, to newspapers '

CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST I will be the Rev. A B. Green, loyalty and encouragement of throughout the United States NorthsideChurch

220 Weir Beacon Rood I pastor of Crystal Lake Baptist his wife. He is the first to She was one of the first 10
I ; the Rev Nelson Allen, admit thai without her unwavering national Flower Show ama Has

W.d...."., Testimonial l M..tI... I "..M.Hun. Church; the Rev. Charles help Cypress Gardens might each year she grows more New PastorThe
.Courtoy, pastor of Crystal not be what It Is today. than 3,000 plants at home to
A..n.bl. for Sunday Strvicts
Lake Methodist Church, and Southern Belle be transplanted to the Gardens Rev Robert L. Moore

...011... Roam'-1)1 S. Florid. A... the Rev James Deal, pastorof Born In Brewton, Ala., She does this without has been called as pastor of

0,.* to Public 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. M.... thru Sot Crystal Lake Church of Julie Downing Pope, youngestof a greenhouse, but with only Northside Assembly of God
the Nazarene. Music will be eight children, II a product the green thumb which she
presented by Morris Hess of of the deep-South gentility says she Inherited from her Church, 411 W. Robson St. He

Bonny Baptist that Is suggestive of mother, and tender loving has served as pastor and

FIRST EVANGELICAL FREE white columned colonial man care, plus Florida sunshine. evangelist for Assemblies of

Easter sions, gleaming camellias and 'MR. AND MRS. CYPRESS GARDENS' Dick and Julie Plants that aren't needed for God churches for 27 years, was

REVIVALCENTRAL be held sunrise the church services will azaleas under huge live oak Pope had the vision that transformed a Polk County cypress the Gardens she gives to dean of education at South-
prop- and magnolia trees, and all swamp Into Cypress Gardens a tourist attraction of International friends, to hospitals or parks,
erty on Lake Morton tomor Eastern Bible College for 11
8:30 the other symbols of gracious scope. Mr. Pope credits his wife with sustaining his or anyone who might have
row at : am The deacons living. Her parents, Mr and need of them. years.
dream while others doubted.
AVENUE of the church will be in
Mrs W. W. Downing, foundedthe Mother Of Two The Rev Mr. Moore served
charge. Cedar Creek Mill Com as president of Northeast

BAPTIST CHURCHMarch Other services during the pany, now known as the T. R. marble-topped coffee table the concert Wurlitzer organ.In When the Pope children Bible Institute In Green Lane,
the church 11
day at are: In Brew- at home, their friends
Miller Mill Company from Italy, a hand-carved: this room, with their were Pa., three years
music 7:30
a.m., special at : for
welcome ,
I Easter ton.Her screen from India, a round guests, or Just alone, they were always The new pastor Is a grad
29-April 12 p.m. special programby home In Winter Haven teakwood table fitted with spend many evenings entranced despite the demands of business uate of Williams College, Wil-
the choir under the direction
7:30 P.M.EVANGELIST of Richard M. Dawson. today repeats the charm and four pull-out atools from Hong with the music of the Popes are first of liamstown, Mass, with B.A.
graciousness of her childhood all parents. and M.A. degrees. The Rev.
table from
Kong, a symphonies.
game great
Narrator will be Dr. Our-
: home. Only the setting is dif Damascus which Is hand- Treasures Fill Home Dick Jr., former World and Mr. and Mrs. Moore live at
ward Long. Miss Evelyn ferent. The hospitality the contains National Water Ski Champion, 524 Lake Bonny Drive.
carved and Inlaid with Mrs Pope's office
B. G. BROWN, Pastor Wheeler will sing a solo, and warmth of welcome, and the mother-of-pearl, and cotton a hand carved chest from now 33, It married to the Services will be held on Sun
'with Mrs. William
a duet meticulous good taste reflect Persian former Frances Layton who day at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
SINGER rugs from Spain which[ can Hong Kong, a rug
Mrs. H. W. Peterson
: Oyen. her abdicated her throne as Queenof with Sunday school at 1:45
"gentle" upbringing from the :
be rolled for the which was a gift
up young
M .f Jr of Temple Terrace will Located Lake HowardIn the Florida Citrus Exposition a.m. and Wednesdays at
RALPH TULLIS IliC violin solo.Religious on people to dance on the parquet Shah of Iran (with the Shah'sown have ;
play a him. They
Winter Haven on an estate floorIndirect. Peacock throne and coat to marry 7:30: p.m.

that borders on two lakes and, of course, unseen of arms of the Rampant Lion), a new little queen, five-year- .
2 BILLY GRAHAM FILMS with a wide boat canal, the tubular lighting circles and an antique desk flanked old Julie Anna whose bud n

Groups'AleefingCaencar Pope house Is a home. Exquisite the room, and antique lamps by two small bookcases, one ding beauty already Is ap-
April 4, 7:30: "The Sure Defense"April In detail, and travel and parent. She was named for
every gathered from the ends of the holding books on
5, 7:30 "One Nation Under God" / / filled with treasures from earth are used throughout. A the other containing her flow her grandmother Julie Pope

TooArPAIT5 their world-wide travels, it stereo system plays music er books, so often referred to) and her grandfather Julian

800 Central A,.. Ph. MU 3-4266 \ .POOL CMo1.Tlee. .....y"cr.o still is a lived-ln home where from records, tapes, radio or to verify plants that they Layton.
4 uorn1pm .om.lned'IOD' C.pith,...".1'08..1. ,p.tsi dinner... itM family, friends, business associates The Pope daughter, Ad-
-I and visiting celebrities rlenne.. It now Mrs. Jack

alike are entertainedwith Carl Gledhill Of Bartow Watkins She, appearing In

\ ...1'.f' .l' .. .. ... warm and gracious hos the first water ski shows produced
C'.I at the Gardens, was the x R ,
I ... t'. : MLAKELAND'S nil Otllc U Horn And Georgia Miss/ EngagedAUGUSTA youngest skier ever to per
...... .. In recent years, a "small form there She and Jack
,,: den" has been added, primarily have two children, levenyearold
.. .. for entertaining. The r Ga. Lt. Col. Jack M. Watkins Jr. and

-" wing, 44 feet square, containsone and Mrs. Charles B. Thompson Adrienne Pope Watkins, tour
tREV. t-
., large room, a music Jr. have announced the years old.Husband.

room, and a small office for engagement of their daughter Praises Taste"I

Mrs. Pope. Miss Mary Linda Thomp
The room has a 20-foot am sure," says Dick
beamed cathedral ceiling, and son, to Carl Wayne Gledhill, Pope of his wife, "that with-

'.-" fl7Jr Is entirely of magnificent old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair out her good taste Cypress ROBERT MOORE

t heart cypress. Giant sliding Gledhill! of 965 Mann Road, Gardens could never have

doors at the rear of the room Bartow, Fla. achieved the success It has
toward Lake Howard Good taste is the secret ingredients
.. open -
A summer wedding Is plan-
and a large terrazzo terrace.In for continued success BiJdlzL

..... & ...... ....... I the large room Is a ned.Miss In any business, and
.- ;':'- ..- Thompson was graduated Julie has it. I can watch her LAKELAND GENERAL
St. David's from the Academy of face as we discuss designsor HOSPITAL
Richmond County and expects pictures, changes or advertisements
Church Mr and Mrs. Joseph E. Davis
1160 Lit Not St.... R... J. Fey Johnson, Poster, MU i-2215 Episcopal a to be a June graduate and I can tell Fort Meade, son, March
145 Idgtwood Dr. \ of Augusta College. She It
when reach
the borderlineof
"rVarnna with/ ItMoiii end Folk County Since February 14, 1927." we 26.
Welcomes You editor of the college news good taste. It's an instinct

YOU AM INVITED TO OUR SERVICES paper, a member of the Collegiate with her"
tundw School ... .. .. ...... . t:41 *... a W......Uy Proton MMtinl .. ,. TiM r> MI Civitans and 11th. With her many facets and Mr. and Mrs George H.
.un<., W>..,,,. .. ... ...... ..1':11 *.. Yxith...ir.tc.n tund.v .. ... .. .S M P.M.ISUK4W Church I:10 A.M.,10:45: A.M. current Miss United Fund. many talents, Mrs. Pope still Odiorne Jr. of Orlando are
n.vlv.l, Tim' .,..' 7:00 ..... earnest Tlnw WUIK Sunday ..070 ..... Church Eve..n School 4 9:45: ...... The prospective bridegroom considers herself primarily a the parents of a son, Thomas

"Whirs Scores of People Come with Burdens sod Learn with Nappy Nserfi" Sm. Ps5,,. t,.ilu.' p.m.To. I"mine MARY LINDA THOMPSONThe expects to be graduated from wife and mother and Warren, born March 26 at
The Citadel at Charleston, grandmother She bought Winter Park Memorial Hos

S. C., In May, where he Is Easter outfits for her grand pital. Mrs Odiorne Is the

designated a "Distinguished children this month, and found former' Miss i Pat Blade
I Military Student" and chairman joy In shopping for them. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I of the ring and Invitations "Julie Is a wife in a mil Frank A. Blade, 1216 West

Church committee. lion," says the, man who Patterson. Paternal grand
Upon graduation, he will knows her husband. "I parents are Mrs. Mary Lane
receive a degree In civil engineering can call her any time," he Odiorne of Bradenton and

and be commissioned says, "and tell her I'm bring George H. Odiorne of Daytona

''l'' as a second lieutenantIn ing someone home for dinneror Beach.
I With A Bible Message the Regular Army Corps for overnight. Whether It's

_of_Engineers __ _____ one or 20, she's ready whenwe Mr and Mrs Lee Jackson of
T get there. Gainesville are the parentsof
r FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH All this, plus a full work- a son, Peter Edward, born
e ELDERS 10'..'.... or CII" ." Ing day every day at Cypress March 26 Mr. and Mrs. Her
t 541 Smith Florida Avmuc Gardens. That's what Julie mann A. Lauber of Glen Head,

Dirrtll *. jMchim, MlnliMfChunk Pope does All In all, we'd N. Y., are the maternal
;..,., ,, Felix L Anthony Lee W. Boswell S. 0. Word MM! rte ...mComa say she's exactly what Dick grandparents Paternal
.. .. grandparents
W..nd..M...M 10.W..... m.VMMI calls"her, his "strong right are Mr. and Mrs Otis

arm, L Jackson, 917 S. Johnson.

4i, t ,

W. Boswell Howard D. Miller

William M. Bowen H. C Rowlett i

0. E. Dawson Jack D. Wharton

James W. Meeks Talmadge Wynn


THOMAS G. BUTLER has been resident minister for 25 years
Growing with Y

The members with the elders and deacons extend to you a cordial Invitation Polk
d to attend the services of this friendly New Testament church.

Now .aa .

';; t 7i' Lake Wire Church Of Christ Worship plays on Important part In the growth of any community or county
preparing our young men and women for the leadership. of tomorrow.

To help meet this great demand and to grow with. Polk County w. invite

you and your family worship with' us 'in our new, enlarged' church and
Lake Wire Drive at Oak Street Sunday school faciliti.s-

Sunday School 10.00 A.M. Wonhlp It :OuAM-SOOPM: Wednesday Bible, Study 7:30 P.M. "'1m Ill.. The Prey. sod Warship Teeefksr SI., Tegether'.

ft The church which lives by faith, hope and 'Jove. Galloway Assembly of God Church

Gollowo, ...Gibsonia Road


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; / From WaverLy/ Community American Women's Lives Are Years Saturday LAKELAND, March M, LEDGER ISM 7

WAVERLYRecent guest Wales, Mr. and Mn. Marvin Norma Leigh Mrs J, B.
f'Mr. and Mrs Floyd Panish Black, Karen and Mark. Tompkins took them to Cypress Stocking Up

'emily were of Clayton their son Ala.and, Mr.hu Revival Rev.Begins Leo TomorrowThe Roberts director St. Gardens Cloud. Ray and Elllotte on a tripto re- Longer But Their Time /Is ShorterBy On Ice Cream

nd Mn Louie Parrish endon of Florida Baptist Retirement turned with them to Georgia Makes Problem

i Ronnie. Center, will be the where he transferred from
Here[ tor a visit with Mr. evangelist for the week's revival Andrew College In Cuthbert NANCY BROWERWomen's of the century, who wore long According to vital statistics sons I 11 a woman; In 1900,
nd Mrs. W. A. Bryant and tube held at the Wtv Ga, to Statesboro, where Miss Start WriterIn hair and long dresses work chart published In the Status she was one In five Ap GAINESVILLE-tt you stock
ID were Mr. and Mn. Brevis any Baptist Church beginning Johnson Is also a student.Mr. the year since the turn ed long hours and lived a of Women report, the major proximately three out of five up on Ice cream during tales

upper of Lakeland and Mr. on Easter Sunday. Preceding and Mn. lonnie Allen of the century, Americanwomen's short life. killing disease of the early working women are married.In be sure you know bow to store

nd Mr*. Perry Hall of Or him on Wednesday night as and their daughter Mn. Shirley live have become Women Live Longer 1900's-Influents, pneumonia 1900, only one working It
lando. guest speaker wu the Rev. Thompson and Mn. Lu- longer and their time shorter nephritis tuberculosis, dianrheaare woman In five wa* married.
According to Dr. L
I Visiting with Mr. and Mr Ormond Wolfrem of the In. cllle Joiner made a visit In This, like many other things The lift expectancy of a no longer a major The commission' report Mull
Doe B. Fralaer were Mr. and man Park Baptist Church In Clearwater with the former's about women I Is a contradiction. baby girl born now is 73 threat to health. The exceptions point out that In the ma dairy technologist with the

Ira. Ben Lenton and Mn.fdith Winter Haven son Jimmie Allen a patientIn However it makes penfact yean: It was 48 yean In to this trend art cardiovascular jority of case women' earning Florida Agricultural: Experiment

Lang all of Orlando; While Mrs. H. I. Johnsonand the Morton Plant Hospital tense to the busy young 1900. Thus the women of today (heart and circulatory are,less than men' in Station, Ice cream present .
Also Jack Schwinlc of New daughter Linda Ann and there woman of today who finds have many more yearsIn system) disease and Identical employment. The tome special home
|own Conn. who had been a ton, Gene of Alamo, Ga., Home From Hospital every minute of her elongated which to live out their lives. cancer. The cancer death gap between women' andmen'
tuest a few days of their in life filled with activity. Yet they are in a bigger ha. risen storage problem, He explains
were Waverly visiting relatives curve only slightly In all of
Mn. Carl type employment
Is home pay
Henry "The appeal to the modern hurry to marry than were If Ice cream I Is stored
ughter and family In Lake Mr, L. C. Stanland and from Winter Haven sine 1900 but the heart has widened with
Hospital young housewife of instant their grandmothers. In 1900 too long, in the
disease the especially
curve on chart
I the The
I and J. J. Henry is home from years. report recommends
coffee and minute rice I I. a not quite half the women be-
has climbed and
Lake Wales. Madison Johnson steadily "State law should new "frost-fret" refrigerator,
vivid Indication that time i* tween the ages of 20 and 24
[ GROWING WITH LAKELAND U a patient In Winter always short: perhaps that Is were married; row 70 per markedly. In 1900, heart disease establish the principle of It become coarse and Icy,

Haven General and C. N. why her hair Is short; her cent of the women In that age caused the deaths of equal pay for comparablework. and tend to stick to the inside .
about 250 "
FIRST Davis Is in the Lakeland Gen women per of the container.
dresses are short and on occasion group have their MRS de of the American population.
I eral Hospital her tempera short green.Today's. Women a* citizen have During extremely long .tor-
SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST Mrs. Steve Telechea and too." Heart disease deaths among failed to live up to the expectations age, It may also develop a
woman Is decidedly women had risen to 450
Mn. David Beale of Miami per : their Suffragette stale flavor Ice cream won't
above paragraph Is healthier than her mother and In .
100,000 1960.According
were called here by the serious from mother and grandmother deteriorate a* fast In a deep
quoted "American
Illness of their father Isi grandmother were at her age, to the government
had for them. The commis- freeze, or in a refrigerator
en, the published report of In most respect.. She I Is an report, the status of
dore Franklin a In
patient President sion report states, "Women which doe not have the frost-
Kennedy' C o m- average of two Inches taller women in employment and
the Lake Wales
ADDRESS 14)5 N. GILMORE Hospital. mission on the currently outnumber men In free feature.
States of
than her counterpart was at government has not risen a*
Mn. Lizzie Franklin has
the U.S. by However, Dr. Mull say It's
Women. It I 11 of population some
part a comparison turn of the century and rapidly and
this week here with her constantly a*
spent 3% million but In term of unwise to stock more than you
SERVICES: SPECIAL SERVICES: drawn between the six to eight pounds slimmer It has In the health field.
daughter, Margie and Mrs.
bboth School 9:30 A.M. housewife of registration and election day can use within a reasonabletime.
young with than
: today her
Each Night This Week Josephine O. Shields and plans grandmother was at Today one worker out of '
Vorthlp (Sot) 11.00: A.M. the homemaker at the turn the lime agt. every three employed turnout their failure to use
to return to Largo this week per-
7'.30 PM. their vote convert them 1
..MV. SaK 6:00
: end with her Robert.
son "
coyer (Wd> 7:30: P.M. Sermon Picture Mr. and Mn. Gent Francis minority.

and children, David and Easter Services Law Discriminate

Karen, of Orlando, will visit Under the law of many WHAT

her parents Mr. and Mrs. states, women continue to be
Joe Kikta and Terry. Plans AT THE CHURCHESThe treated a* second class cltl-

"NO GREATER LOVE"EASTER are to leave Karen with her ten. In Mississippi Ala 7icEISM1
grandparent while the Fran- bama and South Carolina

COIVTATATilO : else make a tour of points story of the Resurrec tion of Ralph Tullis ministerof service; and Mn Virginia! women art forbidden by law

*.M. WINING SIRVICI farther south. tins will be told In word and music Solos will be sung Chesley will lead the young to serve on Juries. Twentysix -
Mr. and Mn. Dewey Wai- music at churches throughoutthe by the Rev. Charlet Smith people' service at 8 p.m. state have law that provide X;
MORNING SERVICES 1:30 I 11 A.M. drep and daughter Kathy land today with Lakeland different treatment for
are home from Atherton Ala., area churches offering Jerry Steven and Mr, Tullis. FAITH LUTHERAN men and women in regard to

SERMON SUIJICT where they were called due special services to commemorate Members of the mixed quartetto Faith Lutheran Church will Jury service. In Florida a
"Jem Qvtfffoiti About hirer" to the death of her father Joe the event in history be featured are Mrs Diane have Identical Easter services woman must register and CAN DO FOR

Bryant. which holds for mankind the Brown, Mn. Mildred Green tomorrow at 8:30: and 10:30: state her desire for jury servIce
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mn. Randolph Henry will hope of everlasting life. Rennl Collins and T K. a.m. with music by the senior otherwise she will not YOUR FAMILY!
Mr. and Mn. Ashley
101 Nash Fterld A... accompany FIRST PRESBYTERIANEaster Chancey. The accompanimentfor choir. Miss Ellen Kebl will be called. The state does
4 and Ash-
Harris daughter ling a solo, accompanied by not require this of men
the cantata will be by Miss
leene, to Trenton for a visit music will be featured Miss Edith Klein. This powder
Hattie B. What doe the future hold potent was
1 Arthur W. IdchP this weekend with her parents at services at First organist,
i ..r.r Mr. and Mn. W. H. Wilker. Presbyterian Church tomorrow and Miss Barbara J. Tucker, CHRIST LUTHERANA for the longer-lived American developed to add extra
pianist Narrator will be Miss woman? Member of nutritional to the
son who are 111. as follow: vesper choir Baptislmal service will the commission support
that It
will sing at the 8:45: a.m. servIce Wilda Collins. be held tomorrow at the East. holds opportunities report for women I regular daily dIet.
and Michael Hateman er service at Christ Lutheran
'Fair; SOUTHSIDE BAPTISTDr. to serve society In more
Lady'Auditions will play a trumpet solo; Church. An Easter egg hunt and different Child !High In valuable B ylta-
G. A. leichliter will will be held ways. mina minerals and protein
chance) choir 11 a.m., with tomorrow after ,
care centers must be
LUTHERAN CHURCHES speak at the 10:45: a.m. service expanded
Mill Patricia Sharp soprano noon at the home of Lyonal for the ever-Increasing all from natural sources

soloist; at I p.m. a vesper tomorrow Music at will Southslde be Baptist Llndsey Fernery Road with number of working mothers. And only 00 calories in
Missouri providedby
Synod Next Week service will feature the chan the adult choir with Mrs. the W.Ither.League dyeing A method must be found to each recommended daily
cel choir assisted and hiding for the Sunday
I by the eggs
Christ Lutheran Church St. Paul Lutheran carol and treble choirs E A. Dean a* soprano soloist.At school class children. provide care for the growing arviny.
Audition for Lakeland Little number of aged person in
S p.m.. the beginner,
..pwwMr M *iiif hi tk. Church Theater' May productionof under the direction of Mrs. GRACE LUTHERAN tne population
Roscoe N. primary junior, youth and '
North L.kelendELM.neery organist.The Women will be called 1r1 RTdI
Scheel 1020 S. Flwld. A... the hit musical "My Fair adult choirs will present a Tomorrow, Grace Lutheran uponto
children will be tea help solve the problems of
Church will have 1h11JC
Lady, will be Monday and service of sacred anthems. two services
Wt R.bMii St. .:10. lliOOA.M. tured In the traditional an exploding _
Lily population
one at 8:30
Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock Guest soloist will be Mn. J. : a.m. with
till AJ4. Sw4.r SckMl Divine Wt? M,4I nightly at Mary Farlday't Procession during which time H. Woodall Jr., contralto. the Junior and youth choirs urban and suburban blight

10JO A.M. D""*.*. Weraklp '; A.M. Sun*** S k.1 l Dane Studio, 719 E. Palmet Mn. George Campbell Jr., Also featured will be Mn. singing and the other at 11 water shortage air pollutionand

It... W. J. S..hchk..ottr Rev. H. A.,Hlnit, ..t.r mezzo soprano, will s I In ,. Frank C. Laver, harp; LouisL. a.m.. featuring the senior problems traffic congestion. These .
to.Director Featured with the choirs at choir art evident now, ,
Jon Barry Wilder Koon violin and Dr. J.
Satnttrsi "Tbie It fkt li-Tt IvtlierM II.., S p.m. will be Mr*. Campbelland ; tJNlT AIUAN.tJNIVERSAUSTHubert 'with a national population of ,
said audition originally were C. Scarborough, Phil Kerr
Richard A. Branson A. 179 million. They will begreatly
scheduled In the Green Roomat and Bob Kerr trumpets. Wright will' con NATURAL
The Lutheran Qiurch-Miuourl Synod Is progressing with the The baritone; James D. Anderson duct the Easter service at magnified by 1980,
Civic Center
the New
Christ, daughter mlulon of St, Paul Jr., Michael Haiemtn FIRST BAPTIST Lake Region Unitarlan-Uni- when the national population
ComrnurHtv. a won or.
In location
ater and the change U expected to reach 245 mil FOOD CENTER
BorHrtd In she fall of 1963 and Is presently constructing Its was due to and Michael Skillman, trumpet The church choir of First versallst Church tomorrowat lion.
worship facilHlM. St. Poul I Is considering expansion of Its worship other activities planned at the playen. Baptist Church will present 10 a.m. No Sunday school The commission urges Main Street t 1\\.
classes will be held tomorrow 324 Cost I
facilities., The chancel choir will sing the Easter cantata "No ; I 1 I
seek education
women to more
theater. the anthem "Festival Te Greater Love," at the 7:30 a* the service I Is designed Phone MU 3-1783 wlLekeland I
Singers dancers and non- for the children and in order to meet thtchallenges FforUa M
Deum, featuring a quartet service tomorrow. Jim
I singer both male and! female. pm. adults for the of the future. ..:
comprised of Mn. John Ham Moore will serve a* narrator except younl'.te" ,
are needed for this productionand ilton Mrs. Campbell, JamesM. Paul Roe Goodman, orl.nl.t..nd ,
Il :- 'URc all will be auditioned at Wellman and J. Everett Mn. Elwood McClellan, LAKELAND REVIVAL I
; this time, Mr. Wilder eaM. A CENTER r
l Allen. William R. Ward, baritone pianist. Cantata sololit ant
iii total of about 40 participant will slug a solo, The find Wally Poor tenor; Webster Tomorrow at 19 am., the ( S'UMMER FASHIONFIESTA
Is needed. children of Lakeland Revival
number will be sung by Benner Jr., baritone; Mrs.
Person wishing to auditionfor the chancel choir and feature M. E. Schauberger and Miss Center Sunday school will ,
( it1 1 singing role are to bring Mn. Hamilton soloist. Cann Read soprano; and participate la a special Easter -
sheet music of their choosing. WESTMINSTERPRESBYTERIAN Miss Janice Sheffield alto.A program. Each department tyY
This music need not be from quartet composed of Mr. JfUl present the Easter
"My Fair Ldy.Production ."_ and Mn Larry Wilson Mia story In song or poetic recitation.
> of the show I I. Easter will be celebratedwith Janice Sheffield and Ronnie An Easter psgesnt

scheduled May II through 23st dual services at 9:30 and Collier also will sing. "No Grater Love," will be
New Civic Center Theater. presented at 7:30: p.m.

minster Presbyterian Church. CHURCH OF NAZARENEAn (Disciple" of Christ)
Sunday School Hour 9:45 KindergartenProgram The sanctuary choir under the Easter cantata, "Mine Two services will be held ,. -
direction of Mn. L. 0. Mac. Y
SetThe will in both I 11 a Risen Savior, will be tomorrow in observance of
Dowell participate
Worship Services 8:30 and 11 A.M. services. Sunday school classes presented tomorrow at 7 p.m. Easter The service will beat
J:15 and 10-50 A
Community Kindergarten will be suspended for the at South Florida Heights : a.m.
will have an Easter program day and the Youth Fellowships Church of the Nazarene by service of Baptism will beheld
tomorrow at 3:30: p.m. the 30-voice choir of the at both services.Lakeland.
will not meet. A nursery
LUTHERAN CHURCH at the Negro Recreation Canter church. Mr. William H.
GRACE will be held during the service. -
411 W. Second St., .. \ Lewis I Is director. Featured
Avenue Parents attending art to soloists will be Mr. ComerR.
745 S. Ingrohom
bring their tea book. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL Johnson and Dale Blanch r
Joseph Knitter, Fetter I Mn. Rosetta Huger Is Three celebrations of the ard. Members of the trio are

sponsor_for _the_ group._ Easter tucharlst and a servIce Mn. J. Roy Chastaln, Mn. Polk County t
n will Heard and Mn. ,
of solemn evensong C. T. Jr
be held tomorrow at All William Duncan. Narratorwill
I Saints' Episcopal Church be Mn. Louis Blanch- Date Book 11

Early Eucharist at 7:30: a.m.
ALWAYS A WELCOME will feature the Anglican Mm ard.Other event taking placeat TOOYlANILAN

chorus of the men church tomorrow Include .It1' tUlie 54 I"mn"
sung by s the i ... ... from nn I.e. HIMMoniM.
the of the parish; the Merbecke : evangelistic messageby '.. .. Uulruolor tu .tAirport.
at '
Mass at 1:11 a.m. will be sung the Rev. Mr. Johnson following Ts'0OpsICAL tOOIlTY. 'i 10
by the youth choir and i I. cantata which will M.. it 9411 W.Mr al TIM.. I In.r.ilxl .
KENTUCKY AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH planned for the church school bring to a clot the revival; t Itndlu' m.Iikr.rr.1THIIHIM iu.'. nMtlni ..>4M

and their parent The chil- emphasis will be placed on ,MIN t, ease.
.r WHIT aMniMC or JIa '
dren' Lenten Mite Boxes, for the Sunday school at I:45 ]) fcuuuu a .i im. e5
(Evangelical Presbyterian Synod) missionary work of the church a.m. due to the "Stand by Lei.0.L AH* TMI ML!I .IMBMN4 w.. .
will be placed in the Great Christ" contest: dedication toetofar oiiwn VbttoH.Ctmrah .

22 South Kentucky Avenue Cross with sprig of spring of babies at the 10:50 a m. _S..b.rtr,fed MOt._BuSitUrUt M
flower At the 11 a.m. service

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THAT: sung, the by Oldroyd the adult Mus choir.will be AIR CON. CENTRAL HEAT f

Inspired Word of God and proclaims Robert Parrett organist and
1)) Faithfully honors the choirmaster also will present '*
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salvation through Jesus Christ -
personal special music at the services.: I. "

2)) Offers activities for the whole family Including Sunday School VICTORY BAPTISTThe w

and youth activities? newly organized choirof t
Victory Baptist Church will

and Sunday night service present an Eastar musical COUNTRY DAY .
31 Conducts a mid-week, prayer meeting program at the church tomorrow ,4- 54Je e:

?? at 7:30: p.m. The Sunday PRIVATE SCHOOL I'I
school will meet at 10 a.m.
41) Has 0 full and active missionary progrom' followed by a worship serviceat 933 E. Lemon Street ,
(center E. Lemon end Itrtow Hwy.)


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BAPTIST 686-7714 MU 8-4277 Open 7 a.m. 6 p.m.

Tomorrow at 7:45 p.m.Church Cen- Mrs. IVtlyM' CHI, Director (year round) Koret of California mixes gay, e.s.
tral Avenue Baptist
choir will present "Behold HU Mexican-inspired hues with a carefree blendof
Glory" an Easter cantata by Summer Cemp June fell Ttrm SeptemberFree I
I' 5096'Avril" and 50% Cotton
Joy Larson under the dins Insured Transportation I

Nursery School Klndtrgarttn! Flrtt 'Second GradM to create the perfect dressing for summer fun
SElmS MIY SUNDAY Special\ Education Clown Spanish Art Tutoring R*.
1:45 11:00 'IU listen Educational Trip Hot Meals Rcfrtirvnenti II anywhere. Hand or machine washable,
. .le Fenced Playground Student I Insurance Two Large Joft I'' L
"",...... 11- ass Swimming. Pools I little or no Ironing .


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All/Ion *. PHOMMMMAl
WI_ ween p.w.M.n BALLET. 5ALL000M Mue1CAL coesev : II 127 South Kentucky LtktUnd
Rev. Willord 0. Armes C./MA. eoN ACDOMTte LATIN CANCIS .
Pastor I 'A
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e LAKELAND LEDGER, Saturday, March M, ISM

-- 6 What Do Florida Women Want In A Home?

By OLIVE STOUT SYKES opinions expressed by the dow over the sink (nice to car ports; foyer; large walk- the "bathrooms In Florida are
Ledger Women's Editor group. gaze out of while doing the In wardrobe closets plus built- the most lush In the whole

What do Florida women o Representatives of six architectural disagreeable task of dishwashing in drawers to cut down on country" and said that the

want in a home? A samplingof firms from Fort or perhaps to see furniture. lush bathroom should go with
opinion on this questionwas Myers Miami and Miami what the neighbors are doing). Lush BathroomsThe the master bedroom as "afterall
taken when about 90 Beach were present for the Most said they definitely that we deserve it"
women agreed a
women gathered at Cape conference, and will drew up wanted a dining room separate built-in bathroom vanity is Important A minority voiced the opinion
Coral Thursday at the Invitation plans for the home using the from the living room, and practical; some that a pool was desirable;
of McCall's Magazine and panel's recommendations to though areas for eating mightbe like colored bathroom fix meet didn't want one, or wished
the Gulf American Land create a home designed with established In an enclosed most white. they didn't have it if they
Corp., Cape Coral developers.The the woman of the house in Florida room (for wintry tures The older prefer women In the do have one.
group was composed of mind." days) and for the patio or with teen-agers or older The price of the home to
officers screened in porch (for summertime group be built to these women'
Florida women's clubs Suggestions favored a home children like the Idea of
civic leaders from Cape with an interior court, perhaps ). the master bedroom suite located recommendations is to be between
Coral and Fort Myers home with a screened ceiling; The majority desired a away from the otherbedrooms $20,000 and. $25,000.
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economists and newspaper a not-to-modern home preferably fireplace; many liked the feeling while younger I -

women. contemporary.The of a cathedral ceiling mothers (or mothers with CURRIESHOME
Mary Davis Gillies, senior women said they prefer (described as making a room young children) prefer the I
s'o editor of McCall's, plannedthe stucco with brick or stucco cooler) though some decriedthe master suite to be near the ; PORTRAITS

session, designated IIMcCall' and stone to add variety to job of keeping it clean, other bedrooms, to be close win M ._..... M ntutlMr ay
.' Florida CongressFor stucco. They frowned on a The concensus was that a by to answer a child's cry i *. Currl. f*. fr Nif.rw.tl,
Better Housing. She addressed completely open or completely step down or step up from one or needs w A.MI.t_ MU .-.....

a the group after being closed front-they suggested room to another Is Impractical Mrs. Gillies remarked that i
s ss Introduced by Robert they would like a "crying and dangerous for oldstersor
Finkernagel Jr., community room to retreat to and weep" children who might miss
s A vN director Cape Coral Gulf when the going got too rough. the step and fall. d
American Land Corp. The three bedroom house Prefer Aluminum HUNZALAND .i;: : :

The question and answer was favored, for ease in reselling Jalousied windows did not

sessions were held at the among other reasons.If find favor with the group as
Coral Yacht and Racquet used for bedroom
Cape not a a whole. Reason given was ,
Club in the morning and one of the rooms might be that they do not "keep the Natural Foods Organically

..Ri afternoon with luncheon converted to den or hobby weather out." Most prefer f
served at noon. room. aluminum window frames; Grown on Fertile Soil. ",
Results of the symposium They prefer a kitchen with gravel or tile roofs; lots of
will be the construction of an doors (it's too hard to keep
storage space; handsome single Fertile Dressed Poultry Beef Sides
ideal Florida home at Cape the clutter out of a kitchen). door for front entry rather
Coral, utilizing the ideas andSTYLES The majority wanted a win. than 'double front doors.

Luminous ceilings were favored Tel. 686.2371
for the kitchen and
bathroom. Many like chandeliers

preferably in the din I South On Cleveland Hti. to Hollom Drive
i CONTEMPORARY CLUB OFFICERS, 52-5J-Although their exact post are not known, ing room for atmosphere.
these were the officers of the Contemporary Club for the 1952.53 meeting calendar. They are, They like the idea of controlled Turn Left To Farm
from left, front row Mrs. Allen T. Cole and Mrs. Frank Fore; back row Mrs. H. L. Rox Pollard lights or dimmers and
and Mrs. L. G. MacDowell (Ledger photo) would prefer them in the liv Ivy Direct from Farm ft YevfNEVER
j ing and dining room areas.
Spruce Up Wluj glUJ.w lid? heat Central took air the conditioning honors for and an j

Ideal situation in Florida
1'( Dull KitchenOn IiiTL: i 9.t homes with thermostat to

Trend Away From Sports control architect the temperature.An said that. he ? :

Budget Threat To Teen-Aaers a prefers teak wood for floors
as teak Is very hard, resist I

Homemaker. today are taking ant to almost everything, including
greater pride than ever By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN else and health and beauty. termites and not ex Never tried COINOPERATEDDRYCLEANING
before in Often physical activities are pensive. He suggested teak
commanding a neat Studies have shown that over concrete as an Ideal ? .
and efficient kitchen since taught In a vacuum becausethe floor
many teen-agers especially
this room Is being used more young women are not Many women said they prefer l
teenage girls are not adequately
made R G We Guarantee ThatDRYCLEANING
to the
and more often for family entertaining Importance a single level home
nourished. They also of exercise and Its very though for variety's a a k ethey'd
and lun.and-snack seem to have less Interest in 0
real Impact on the way they go along with some o : }
activities. And many familiesare sports, or rather split-level; they prefer con-
'.. 0 feel and the look."
individual way they
coming up with Ingeniousand temporary styling gravel or
Inexpensive methods of participation in I think that this Is so true. .p tile for roofing gravel being

sports.In Girls and very young women d. the least expensive and treat '
transforming this work center Will Satisfy You in Every Way
a recent are likely to think of diet and able with an antl-fungus mate
into a decorative and attractive Interview van ......I tn It .....vI iwrnthlnl frwn mar 'I..* MWM to .... ,
activity area. Charles A. exercise as boring and something rial.To the question "Would you kulklwt Minlnto .M k* ...... ttWMMhly, .._...., .u...... .n4 !...
) MMKMmhf In N0ai MUlfM V rtMJlM w'uw' J
M* fMlf
This can be accomplished on Bucher Professor which has no real effect like to have the landscapingdone MM with any.... .!..... NO"'. a........'.. I* ffmUftMt Mw.I .
, a budget low of Education on their lives. Just the opposite when you buy a house?" I tow th...'. liMtr .nr riirlnUn .n< mMt dMIlM Mm wl lUwutMitt
as as $33 .
says In the a .f a wrlnlil. CWM In and M lit .rev* W yea "" NOSQSMulpimnt
Is so. It can have a dramatic many said yes some said no ..... .. .
\ the American Home Improvement IM> no a<. _11II'. lln t III.. MU to
Department of n effect' on your appearance they prefer to select the plants
Institute national clearIng Physical Edu- *I and trees for their yard-but
house for design and building Cation HealthMISS LOWMAN and personality and all would like It if they had a, IRINQ IN THIS eouPOtoC-GlT

information which sug- and Recreation therefore your popularity. R Choice of designating "whereto rSO OFF On A Full Load

f IMta \h... easy wy to add at New York University said; "" j Have No Time put what." Of Drycleonlng
new life to the kitchen. "1r. Junior high school Interests ." "I tasked' Dr. Bucher to what Big Open Kitchen ,

.... Windows Do WondersA hive changed away from he attributes the lessening Interest preferred The "big by open the kitchen"majorityover was SWEET SIXTEEN ,
sports and physical activities. in active participationin
MRS. C. G. FLETCHER the small work
bright and cheerful window It Is bften considered smart to some sport and he replied area; the U-shaped compact kitchen N.... Le....." C ClMiilfif VIII...

tb'!! treatment can do wonders stay up until 2 a.m. every that he thinks the academic over the L-shaped or galley 1747 Gary M. Ph. MU 2-9031

for the room. After night and e.t a candy bar for pressure is responsible. Many Mrs. Fletcher Marks type. I US 92 East) Lakeland, Flo.u .
young folks just do not feel
choosing cafe curtains In a The kitchen area drew lively
lunch. The girls do not see that they have time to take a I ,
gay, colorful print get an extra comments-cabinets should be
pair for each window to any Immediate damage. It swim or play a game of volley low enough to be reached
create an attractive awning doesn't show up right away ball or badminton or tennis. Her 96th BirthdayMrs. without climbing; pull out or

canopy. Simply shorten the but If such practice continue this certainly seems a # sliding drawers were wantedfor :' G

extra curtains and hang them the girls will pay." shame and teenagers who are C. G. Fletcher observedher Florida in 1900 having settledIn convenience sake; shutters
from regular flat rods at the Dr. Bucher continued "Even truly Interested in health and 86th birthday anniversary Socrum. In 1913 they on cabinet doors: a pantry ,
J tops of the window frames. beauty should pull themselves yesterday at the home of her moved to Lakeland. ; dishwasher; disposal;
Install second rods with 6" or college girls are not taught away from TV and at least son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Fletcher Is the motherof washer and dryer but not !
8" returns about 10" lower to enough know-how about the go for a brisk walk regularly. and Mrs. Ames St. Germain nine children of whom washer-dryer combination for

extend the valance._ando: real correlation between exer- Terrific pressure Is put on 716 E. Lime St., where she three are deceased. Besides the laundry which some..
nuts me L awning effect. The young men and- women" In ml. lives. Mrs. St. Germain there are wanted in the bedroom area

cost depending on the curtains J legs today, but thy'n;; Mrs. Fletcher married her four other daughters Mrs. as "everything that goes into I
selected should not exceed V .afford to neglect their health! late husband when she was Nan J. Freeman and Mrs. the washing machine clothes
112 for a two-window If any of my teen-age readers 17 years old. They were mar Fay Lee both of Bradenton sheets towels comes out of
kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson would like to have my leaflet ried In the Baptist Church, Mrs. Reba Best of St. Peters that area and goes back IntoIt as
of Tacoma Wash., visited "Popularity" they should built by her late husband's burg and Mrs. Ina Case who ," though some prefer to yours with Out (Suilb-/ ,
Copper Tile Effect her sister Mrs. Rex Wills 714 send a stamped, self-addressed father in Liberty County Ga. also makes her home with the have it near the kitchen.All craft fashion styled I I

To create an attractive and E. Bay. They were accompanied envelope with a request for it She became a member of the St. Germalns. Mrs. Fletcher's preferred a double-bowl glasses, that look the
practical dash of color on the by Mr. and Mrs. Roland to Josephine Lowman in care Baptist church at that time. IOn Hicks Fletcher, lives In kitchen sink. No one wanted a way fan want them to r I
wall behind the stove where Stevens of Kent Wash. of The Ledger. The Fletchers moved to Seffner. There are several laundry In a bathroom.It I while doing their
cleaning la needed most often grandchildren and great was agreed that there job the j'look
Install easy-to-clean melamlne- grandchildren and one great.reatgr.ndchUd. should be more than one tele- I WIT your Eye
coated panelboard with a modern phone, some suggesting telephone I Physician (M.D.) requires
copper-toned surface of Mrs. St, Germain describes jacks in all the roomsIn it done I
realistic tile blocks. "keen of the house or, at least two
A her mother
by-4- as being I W. Uivt. Yra r. Irl.f Yw 1,1. Pmcript.o*
foot panel will cost about $4. b mind. She keeps up with phones, preferred locations I H Ui, *r year GI._ (.. ."SIy"'"
Color and Interest also can world affairs by listening to being kitchen bedroom or !living

be added to a wall area the radio. Mother enjoys riding room. ; Peoples Bank-Merehont .
Other desirable features of Plan
through an arrangement of In the car and watchingthe ..* F.N.B. Charge Plan
this ideal Florida home were:
or copper pots changes Lakeland Is un
walk-In closets Closets in I
pana and cooking utensils. dergoing."
Several clusters of objects are r t= s erM each child's room large Prescription Opticians 1
more attractive than having enough to keep everythingthat
Mobile Homes belonged to him in it -
them spread over a large even at the sacrifice of room I

area.They can be hung Women Make space; louvered closet doors I HIGHTOWER OPTICAL CO.
on hooksIn
for air to reach inside closets;
Venetian style Panelalre Pinky DollsFor service or back door near the I 201 E. Lemon St. Lakeland ph. MU 6-50(5 t
grille-work, which serves as
pegboard but Is far more decorative six years the women of _kitchen--,- leading- to garage or I
and can easily be Ken's Mobile Homes Park I

painted to fit In with the decorof r ark have been sewing on the same I
the room. A 24" by 48" thing-Pinky Puppets to be I from Europe atRACY'SnowEUROPE'S
distributed by the Lakeland
panel of grlllework and a dozen _
hooks will cost less than e* r 1 t General Hospital Auxiliary to
$4. young children who are patients
t \. ''I / I I in the hospitalIn I
;ji MOST
Attractive CenterpieceA the last three years the e POPULAR

colorful centerpiece of artificial trailer park women have made
: flowers or fruit which 2,473 of the perky little pink NEW TELEPHONE-THE

can be obtained for less than J puppets. The number they ,
53 and place mats with harmonizing made during the first three
napkins costing yean of the project Is not CONTINENTAL DESIGN-WINNING "

about S4 will keep the kitchen ay known.At t
table attractive looking y the Hospital Auxiliary's
throughout the day. f I annual meeting, the group .
An entire wall can be trans ) 1. fie. J l which has about 30 members, goJL0&JrJt1'
rt a
" formed Into an exciting blockof was presented an award in
color simply by painting recognition of Its many hoursof
It In a vivid shade. Don't volunteer service. I
be afraid of the new vibrant Mrs. Esma Wood and Mrs.
golds, oranges limes and vlo- Carrie Hoffhines. co-chairmen tfen'j ,1r.1ntrigulngIMPORnD

lets. Paint for a single wall of the sewing group, entertained I ANTIQUE French Cradle" Phone
can be obtained for less than Members and guests
54 and If cabinets are paintedat u Mrs. Ken Davis of Ken's

the same time, add anotherS3 4 bile Homes Park and MO.l 25' EXTENSION CORD $4.95
or so.Many Benny Jones of the
other touches of color Auxiliary, at a luncheon ,

can be added without extra for the presentation.The CONTINENTAL
cost Next time you shop for group meets regularly TELEPHONES
everyday Hems{ such as paper from Nov 1 to April 1 each

towels, choose a hue that complements year and cuts and sews 40 .

!1 your kitchen's color WORN BY WOMEN IN 1M1 were shown by salesladies at Singer Sewing Ma- puppets each week.
scheme. Inexpensive pothold. chine Company, when the company observed Its 113th annlvenary recently. The Mrs. Hoffhines said. "We enjoy I SOUTHEASTERN DIVISION
women pictured :- $1V.
ash and canisters from left Mrs. Lewis Mrs. doing this work so much RACY'S
ers, trays Arnold Curtis Williams and Mrs. Eleanor Lewis! I
also can. be used to bring color costumes depicting the style: worn by women when the company was founded. (Ledger Photo the as it la worthwhile and wefcave I ..-:, Want Te fee Samples 4f
a time
into the room. Perkins) visiting' 209 C; MAINe
with each other M we ] _

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I Tigers, Chicago 'T ho a x.', ..en. D t e Campbell--

Here Tomorrow Captures

With a day of .z Azalea LeadWILMINGTON
mt behind
:? one or two of them and then
them the Detroit Tigers resume sell them outright to a top

their exhibition slate today minor league farm (probably
N. C.
against in Sarasota the with a game would Syracuse not).be In charged that way against they Saturday, March 28, 1864 E Chunky Joe Campbell using 67

Sox Chicago Whit the 2S.player limit. This Is a strokes and six cigars, shot a
at 1:30 p,m. at Payne
that Is common right + 'Ive-underpar 67 Friday to takea
Field. now for most of the major e 'c Says Boston WriterRussell one-stroke lead In the first
Tomorrow at 1:30: p.m., the league clubs. The result Is a
Tigers open a 4-game home bevy of scouts following each / round of the J20.000 Azalea

land at Henley Field when camp In an effort to see who Close Open( Golf Tournament.

the two teams meet here. On they can pick up on waivers Resplendent In bright red

Monday, the Cincinnati Red. Once waivers are asked on shirt and socks and shoes with
legs will tussle with the Tigers a first-year man, they can not
t. .... while on Tuesday the Milwaukee be withdrawn If the player Is To BreakdownBOSTON the black and gold of Purdue
Braves will be here with selected. They must sell him f University, his alma mater, the
II the American League Champion to the club who selects him 1 tt.year-old Campbell shot the

;I., New York Yankees on Thus some of the most Important (AP)-Boston Cel-,' "Don't you dare write it. It's'8,744-yard Cape Fear Country
Wednesday. All games ..r.I decisions will be made tics' Bill Russell
ace has been Club course In 33.34
I problem. It would to wrest the
my sound
Hated for 1.30pm.: by major league
managerson lose to a nervous breakdown
who's who for 1 much like an alibi" lead from veteran Bob Gajda of ,
For today's game Manager next year. ill season while guiding the
I Charley Dressen will send That was the way the Tigersgot team to Its eighth straight division '-, Arthritic Knees Bloomfield Hills, Mich., part-
rookie lefthander Mickey Lc Dennis McLain. The White title In the National Basketball time tourney pro, who fashioned
lich against I .the Pale Hose Sox tried to send him down Association the Boston Russell revealed early in the, his 88 on a pair of Ma.
it with Ray Herbert, former De- and Detroit Jumped In and Record American reported Friday -,campaign Jh* ha been pUylm With the temperature In' the
troll Tiger, and John Bus- claimed him. Detroit lost night arthritic: knees sine he camel!Ms and a bright sunshine bathIng -
I hardt a fugitive from the catcher John Burrows to COMI ON HLLOWS-.Dttr.lt.Timor' n....J...'....... MH.the_..M4 rttsmt at *. Tkj. The exclusive story written by the NBA. the court, conditions were
Chicago Cubs slated to hurl Baltimore on Thursday via the has Thunder *t h. tilt In the tnnhti sad ..te.*. hit beloved. tn|<.. get thlr lump ,few the Bill McSweeney says a combination Sin:'Ite'has played despite ad- perfect for scoring follow a J
for the WhIte Sox. At 11 a.m. sam rout. Let A.flt DM...., *-2. U ....* cut to em ln.li s. by, ..I.. Thai, eased vma *., t.FIrM. of severe patnhat and! that h*' may be robins..lThurad y* tale 'at. ,relayed 4 ,
at Allyn Field (the new Whit Its one of Dressen's spring ..", Mils week sad ..te..* hit, tint f.... '.t Lltk.'... ... n.....'. (U4M Pint e l sensitivity have had .Russet. \the start ot Uw tounuunmt. Aa
headaches. Haeh.s) [near collapse. !himself and may never be able])a result, 34 men In the field of
Sox farm the "B"
camp) Tiger I to play again and the ensuing 160 broke par and 23 matched
team will play a White Sox Deep Depression
"B" team. BOUT SLATEDNEW pain has nagged him on a 24- regulation figure. J
McSweeney the Campbell's round was his bestIn
reports great "
hour-a-day basis McSweeney
For tomorrow's lame here, [center has averaged only twohours ) competition sine last July. .
Hank Aguirre who twirled YORK (AP-Eduard D )wrote I ..
of sleep a night during Hoosier who sat out three
shutout ball against the New SWC Has 'No Action'As : Raton Mojlca of Nicaragua hai! 'the season none on game] The story also said Russet'(/I tournaments during the winter/ f'
:York Yankees a week ago, will .. nights-*nd has bean In a state/has a fear of flying and that the./tour to rest an injured left hand
pitch for the Tigers. Joel HOT- ; accepted an offer to meet flyweight of deep depression. law of average may soon catchup ( five birdie and U par*. His
lea and either Frank Baumannor champion Pone King, "Fighting off a crippling InJury with him although he never longest putt was a 11-foottr on i-ih.d I ]
Eddie Fisher will pitch forth i patch of Thailand in Bangkok lain [ plagued by personal problems display such feelings publicly, I i[the fifth hole. He missed only
WhIte Sox. Deadline Nearsi: h* never was certain The story indicate the prss-I,one green, the Ifth, but f,
With the pruning of pitcher cver-the-welght" bout In April from one day to the next if h*'sure of serving as team co-cap chipped' three Inches from the

Larry Foster and outfielder Mojlca' manager, Bobby[would be able to finish the register (tale has weighed heavily on hoi for his par three.
Mickey Stanley on Thursday By JACK FLOWERS schools from filing the letter In the past. However. In a recent North, said Friday that the offer season-or even If h* would Russell/, too. The center and The lanky Gajda, balding, bespectacled
, the Tiger roster has been Ledger Assistant Sports Editor of intent." said Wagner. "If series with head football live through It," McSweeneywrote. Frank Ramsey were named co- and 47 years old, had
I pruned to a point where no Word from the president'soffice it should reach the point coaches in Polk County and was made by Nat leaders after Bob Cousy retired. 10 one,putt green and rolled in .
, more cut are slated until the Indicates there will be where the schools are qualified the SWC by Th Ledger, six representing a Thai F1eiacher'j He adds that Russell told him Although Russell didn't want five putts of 13 to 30 feet in taking
' Tigers get ready to depart hereIn no special meeting called be- to be in the playoff, of the eight favored the playoff The exact date will be ,several times during the sea- the Job he's been outstanding at I, a lead that held up for ;-
t' two weeks. Detroit most be fore April 15 to consider the then the conference can do *. er ion: I It. about three hour
down to 2S men by opening possibility of allowing South- one of two things take some f fI

I day, April 14. west Florida Conference football action against the schools or 1
I I Dressea gave the Tigers the teams to participate In vote to change the resolution. -

: full day off yesterday, a* did the 1964 state Class A playoffs ."
, the official at Tlgertown. Wagner did not explain I Walt Alston! He Can't Win For Losingrl

, While Dresses has been somewhat "I have not been contactedand what action would be taken,
i concerned by the sagging there I I. no Indication but In all probability it wouldbe
y batting averages, he has there will be a special meeting expulsion of the school involved By JACK SLAYTON ready to warm up prior to "I don't know w* got a whole slew

.I i cause to be pleased by_ the called," said Bruce Wagner from the SWC. Ledger Sports Editor Thursday's game with the Tigers victory( Is fellows tabbed for third

pitching of quite a few hurlrs. principal of Bartow Senior Supervising principals, principals If you were a manager ofa ) pitched about every but I'll probably try to pla

High School and president of and athletic director National League club that third day. He never griped nor after all, some of them until I fin-
Tope this spring has been the SWC. in the SWC have taken a firm won three out of four World protested. He did his levelbe.t tory for make up my mind. At
the work of Dick Egan, who opposed stand to the playoff to try to win the flag. towards
April 15 is the deadline for championships and had an 11-7 after of the other positions I
looms .. a No. 1 bullpen record In Series "If you'll remember, we
letter of againstthe
all schools to file a play
pitcher as of now. Egan also Hawks lost Sandy !Koufax with that out for a not platoon ss much as
Intent with the Florida High Royals feared New York Yankees,
sparkled last spring but ran School Activities AssociationFHSAA you would be the "greatest finger Injury and h* was 14-7 terviews In In the past" Wally
into difficulties after the season Seek Titles he went out of action. ed taciturn has in
( ). manager In the history of the when willing and already put a
opened. National That meant we had to doubleup to be to bat
Floyd Lay executive secretary League. permitted
problem will be the sive talker
Biggest their
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Such Is not the case and our pitchers did ,
of one or two of the of the FHSAA. pointedout By fortunes both lefthander and
pruning The Cincinnati and St. with Walter Alston of the Los level best. We Just couldn't
for the that there would be no Royals hits
rookie hurlers eligible In "We've claiming
first-year draft All three. waiver of the April 15 dead Louis Hawks can wrap up the Angeles Dodgers. He must be seem to get the key runs No. 4 .
Fritz Fisher Joe Sparma and line. "All Class AA and A National Basketball Auocladon's dubbed the most "..ucces.fulUOlUCCeutul" the closing week and w* blew a fairly well.
Miller but
Pet Craig, could be optionedout schools Involved have been semifinal playoffs Saturday manager In the some costly series. W* blew In relief about the so-called
but that would mean the milled letters explaining an night, but don't count on It. history of the game. When his them but not because we It Influence Walt

:Tigers would have to play the details of the state playoffsand They're not the home teams.In Dodgers chalked up wins In choked up. We" lost some. who may hat that affect your players
whole season with only 22 the deadline date; said six games played so far In the Series the credit went to heartbreakers. he growled.For final you moved out to Los
men. Tentative plan call for tho semifinals, the home team Johnny Podres, Sandy Koufav, Instance On the ?"

an attempt to get waiver on Lay.Presently the SWC has a resolution has won every time. The result et al. When the Dodgers lost day of the season the Giants -- know what you're talk- '
I. passed last year, is that the Royals lead the Philadelphia it was "all Alston's fault. He's won, 21 when Willie Mays, about. You mean the 1958 \
prohibiting any member school 76ers M In the Eastern a bum manager He has no hitless for his previous ten when we came out here
Yanks Irked from participating any state division semifinals and the imagination" tripe to the plate belted a finished seventh. Well
football playoffs. Hawks lead the Los Angeles After reading that for the homer. Johnny Podres and the Just didn't do anything

"A school may file a letterof Lakers by the sam margin in' past ten years apparentlysome St. Louis Cardinals were locked that year. I don't think
At Short For Intent" remarked Lay, the Western Division. Th of his players and even In a scoreless duel homer when have finished up any
"regardless of conference rul fourth games of each his coaches began to believeit. Gene Oliver unloaded if w* had been playing r
ings. This Is strictly a volun- five series are scheduled be.t-of-I After the 1962 debaclethe for a 1-0 Card win and the (Hill hometown),
Useless tary setup. The school will day In Philadelphia and Los Dodgers blew a big lead resulting tie. The hue and cry r."I a personal thing If you're .e,

Trip not be penalized In any way Angeles I and then lost the title In a of "choke" really went up to go out and raise cain, t: .
by the state. They are eligible i If those' games don't get the, post-season playoff with the with a roar when the Dodger do It In Los Angeles, t "
IARASOTA (AP) The to participate If they so job done it will be Philadelphiaat San Francisco Giants-even were bombed by the the or Chicago. I don't
New York Yankees were angry Indicate before April 15 and Cincinnati Sunday and Los his own coaches and players M, In the first lame It had any effect at aU" M
Angeles at St Louis Monday in him "what for" In the playoff but few rememberthe started towards the bat
with General Manager Ed Shortof their record at the end of the gave back to 1.t
The series bounced
showdown games. shambles after that season. Dodgers "Better check 1.i.
the Chicago White Sox Friday season proves them qualified. cage: on
winners will qualify to meet the "Did the term 'choke', as rally and knock off the Giant .
accusing him of sending "Any action taken would be And my boy are doing
divisional champions Boston the '(2 team hurt?", 8.7. to square the serie
wild of the applied
them on a 100-mile goose up to the discretion and San Francisco a prospectthat leading 4-2 In the more question, Walt.
continued Lay., he was asked: "Did you feelit they were
chase. conference fell out all the little shies you've M
be considered
might unenviable the bottom
Th Yankees were scheduledto "The only penalty we win assess except that It brings was unjust? Or Just the nat- ninth when and the over the yean both
play the White Sox In a 1 p.m. will be a fee if the letter in more money.BEARD ural verbal protest at the conclusion on their pitching the contest 6-4, you much?" a
unfortunate season Giant won
EST exhibition which Short officially of Intent arrives at our of an grinned: "When you've

canceled because of rain office The after next April scheduled 15." SWC AILING "First?" of an w* won 102 end I've the always felt our club I In the spot IV been In

at 1:25. and In manyw.s past ten years
you get
Bruce Henry, Yankee travel- meeting is not until August LOUISVILLE (AP) Frank game that year. Last year w* played harder In to them. I've had some
big secretary said he had "What's to keep the conference Beard rising young professional won the pennant and it took better wed nit have and some bad
yean ones
spoken to Short on the phone at from calling a special golfer was undergoing treatment only W game to do It W* 63 After Sandy Kou- 1 Imagine the situation
brain Inflammation went right down to the ninth 23-gam winner
1:15 and that Short then told meeting? asked Lay. Friday a I don'tknow continue. Maybe this one
two akin to meningitis and inning before we lost the final fax with us all season. !
her because
him to bring the club According to rumors do for an be good gain too."
there was a chance the or three of the SWC high sleeping sickness.A playoff game. For my money what w*the can Series' win, Alice' fttt quietly walked to the I,

game would be played."If schools already have or will neurosurgeon reported that the players especially the encore after the 'choke' deist T""" ,. cage. A fan checked

he had held us up for 10 file letters of Intent to participate the 24-year-old" athlete "is a pitchers-turned in a greater but 1 am has happy to be scrapped.The Abrw' card: "Wonder who
should sick boy adding that be effort than last year."That charge
minutes we wouldn't have In the playoff. very .
more proved that was DWfW "I" No. 24 is? Must be a
will be hospitalized for some guy over there (Don boy
100- records
bad to make a fruitless their permit (Lxhjtr ,.. or something"
mile but trip," Henry said. "We cannot stop these Urn*. I Drysdala who was getting wrong .e

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LAKELAND LEDGER Saturday, Mirth M, 1MI

r Oriole Homers

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FSC Crew Rows y Defeat Mets, 72MIAMI '

I .
foil -Baltimore DKk Hall plliClllII umeus Mil

To WinBy scored rive ruM la the tight over the but four uwbigi for

Opening inning Friday night and defeated Baltimore. ,

the New York Met 7-% la an Brown, making a bid (ef first-

exhibition baseball ,am.. string Baltimore csteher, led
JACK FLOWERS Falcone, No. 6; Bob Schaeffer # 'w ..kItlas Th Orioles rally waa built on the Oriole) attack with three hits

Ledger Assistant Sport Edltol r No. 7; and Ray Basenbecker three walk, tp puaed ball, an -hi* homer a doubt and an

CYPRESS GARDENS -. No. .. Ted Popping was the error and two tingle, only one eight-Inning single whisk accounted

Coach Bill Daniel florid I coxswain of them out of the Infield. for two runs. ,

Southern College Water Moc I Under the direction ef con.of Solo bonus runs accounted for M.situ-. Vvk. (N). ..: OMIM 1N as. M Mar..a f 7iGIANTS ,

rowed to their first victoriesthe r swain Richard Gordon for Y "' 1 all the other saying before 1,828 ..ass.. .,', :iCl (H e5M.M w-:::-.Oil.Mi .w..
) r1 4 Miami Stadium spectators I_."' ,- '
season yesterday afternoo America University coached
.. ... vita. .
over Purdue University a red by Kirk Adklns. were David Veteran Duke Snider and .alliM.w- .......

American University In the fin Hawkins. stroket Tom Lack rookie Larry Elliot touched

crew race ever held at Cypress No. 7| Phil Varner No. It Robl Robert, for homers In

Garden. Charles Greene, No. I) Bob the tint and third Inning for SEEK

FSC finished 1S.I seconds Williams, No. I) Ted Seutse. the Met. DUKE SNIDER
about five length, ahead of No. 4{ Joel telstag, No. 2{ :John Powell slugged a four

the Purdue University Bone and John McCuoe, No. 1. bagger In the Oriole fourth and \
maker with American Unlve All three varsity shell ran a Dick Brown accounted for another PHOENIX Aril. (AP- The

ally another 3.3 second behin good course but Purdu and: THAT TAKIJ CARl 0' THAT-Dick Tnnwtkl ((44) ., IkeUs Sill ._... II) .f MX Tlfeia eJ flue whirls end twee to fled In the fifth. Both cam off San Francisco Giant are trying

The Water Moc were clocked American could never catch the A....* DWHn |rebe e ka"..... ky plash klrtaf Jake Waa4TkyrtaWy to table Weed. She**** Navy Wlls ef eke DH.*>. "(>* op Tracy Stallard. to negotiate a trade for Duke

Water fifth Monad. fan IMIii the (Le.. .. Mtklne .r.. by Hosb.s) Harvey Haddlx. acquired con Snider of the New York Mets
in 1 minute and 43 seconds faster FSC boat a* the h she bmliiti tttft ta a | Ur. sea MIMNJ *n _
The Associated Press learnedFriday.
--- ----- -- the Pittabul'l'hPirates.
over the 2.000. meter Lake Moos were pulling away at the ---- dltlonally from .

Eloise"Purdue course.coached by Larry finish.FSC' junior varsity got off i Houston Net TourneyIn and veteran relieve It was not known what the Giants

Drivers 150 ar* offering for Snider acquired .
the start
forcing Top
Tolle pulled In at 1:11.1 while American course University off course. Honest Fellows! by the Met last April.
American finished with an from the Loa Angeles
1:011: tun. In the first annual However, American recovered: SemifinalsMIAMI No Snow In Chi for whom h* played II Dodgers- .
Purdu Jayvees. Defeats
to beat out
Cypress Garden crew race.

In the Junior | In BEACH (AP) Second The Associated Pre ,had banded
vanity race. Florida Southern host Amherst Speedway Test Hi troubles but Bight. A. strength to' ,
AJnerlcsn University took first at 1 p.m. today oa Lake seeded Manuel Santanaof from Vera Beach pointed replace the bat carried by
with 8:34.1 Spain fought back from a Kern catcher Ed::
place an clocking land' Lake Holllngsworth In Athletics Frank Howard whe reMnUy Bailey to Milwaukee
Purdu was second la 1:47.1 and j five-game, two-point deficit i In out In a recent trade.
FSC Came in third at 1:44.1. its next crew race. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -, A and chasall.'part V> MW tins I the final set to defeat lye PI ilgned with the Dodger Snider hit .243 for the Met in

yWe were well pleased without DAYTONA BEACH crew of tire testing driven with better bite oa the turns mental of Venejuela M, U. .,. after originally baseball stating 1963. tar below his J9| lifetime

showing" related Coach Owens Named I The CAP) mad 150. mile an hour look and part to the fact that about In the quarter-final of the Good be would give up IIIOW.I I.vwrag*. Th 37-year-old \ont-
Houston delayed "by a
Daniels. Th crew rowed a Colt took low Friday at the Indianapolis Neighbor Tennis Championships] wa I fielder hit 14 homer, three trt-
Kansas Coach advantage of' Bob Anderson Motor Speedway where the ,half of the old Speedway track storm In Chicago.
I good race. They stroked well one Friday. bell started to I pies and eight double In driving
they were real heady and LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) wildness in the first Inning to' minute lap (130) for the 2H has a new asphalt surface. Santana meets Frank Froeh tinkle A few ea the win. Cam an I la 45 runs last season.

a good course" five mile wa* reached only two ling of Coral Gables Fla. third- Before the end of June
.J Ted Owens was named new basketball -[score runs and went oa to I Lightweight CarDriver Editor' Note "Howard wa lilt
Member of Southern' year ago. ranked U. S. player in Situ year Bailey had hit 12 homer
coach at the Universityof the Kansas City Athletic In Chicago hyinowitonn. a
delayed i
who have been not
nlnff, shell. the-- "Amv D" A. J. Foyt of Houston, who testing day' semifinal while top-teed or the Giant and had 37 runs- I
: Kansas Friday.Owena. M There wa NO
Jim Pleno pulling;; the tiller; 34, was assistant to' In an exhibition baseball set world record at the new the tire Include Jim Hurtubls ed Roy Emerson of Australia I tted-ln on 38 hit*.

lines; Bill Ingram stroke oar; Dick whose resignationwas game called after eight Inning Phoenix track Sunday la a conventional *. North Tonawanda. N.Y.. take on slxth-eseded Ronnie snowstorm.

Bob DeSear No. 7; Bill Dicks announced Harp Thursday, Harp, because of darkness Friday. front engine car la aa ultra lightweight Offy Barnes of Brazil fat the other A Million To
No. Ii Kirk Hock No. 5 Paul Eddie Kaako opened the firs toured the Clay I
; ; had been head coach eight ea-| Speedway Friday at roadster he built half of the draw. Froehltng defeated Gator Netter Win
himself Bobby
Shipley No. 4; Bob Nunn, No. inning with a horn run. The 34-37 In a new rear-engine Ofenhauser. Australia' Ken Fletcher For Jones' BoutPHILADELPHIA

3; Dale Kamm No. 2; and son*. university Colt cored two more run on Unier Albuquerque, N. M..'seventh-seeded. ... GAINESVILLE foil Flori

Craig Dye, bow oar. Wade Stlnson the said he had baaea-loaded walk and pitcherHal Bobby Manhman, another Ia the Novla, and Len Sutton, The Spanish Davis Cupper da' tennis quad dominated III) Promoter ,
Composing the Purdu crew athletic Owens, and the Woodeshlck drove In a pair. veteran driver from Pottstown 'Seattle, In a rear-engln Offy. generally ranked among the top play In singles matches yesterday -, Lou Lucchese and match

were Bill Bracbat No. 1; :Jerry recommended unanimously] The Colts had a total of 12 hits P,., did 133.1 In the LotusFordrear Unser ran several lap at 150 three player in the world.ap but faltered in the double maker Sam Weinberg said Friday .
Janowskl No. 2; Chuck Mat- selection had Athletic Board! against Anderson and Tom Stur- I engine car In which Dan .Friday In a front-engine NovL patently became careless In the in Its M victory over Notre they have offered heavyweight ,

Us, No. 3; Ned Kauffman No. approved by the ;llvant.Woodeshlck. I Gurney finished seventh last\ Britfah-bullt, four-wheel-drive econd set and got bade on his D.m. champion Caulu Clay

4; Gary Anderson No. 1; Norm],and the Board of Regents. held the A'* hit :year after a qualifying speed of'I.ar with Novl engine wa being game literally at the last mo Notre Dam lost to Florida $1 million to fight Doug Jones

I ess over the tint five innlnn I 49.011.. The original oushrod I roomed for later run. ment. State 9-4 Thursday night No. 1 ranked contender, In a

[but weakened idth.-.iXth-w ;;n, engine has been replaced with Pimental had two match ,title bout here.Weinberg .

h* gave up three runs on four the new Ford V-S racing engine 5r eOLLial The ,,_MIIIALLWuninafen ,'.... points at flve-lov and the las Grapefruit League said h* sent a telegram -
hit Nelson ..... .. ana' Clark to Bill
Mathew singled with overhead camshaft '--II of 1 six match points at five-four I Clay' manager

[horn the final Kansas City run Ill Official wOMh.N llass-s-, On this one with Santana out lobar haautn5e 'aversham in Louisville offering I
Amftarat The ASeat 4 -
against Claude Raymond In the The official record 131.417, Duka. :\h of position at the net and hal a wew. ... W.Wn.b. .. 55. Poem'ss.ah .' the money for a title fight I
seventh. was self by Pamellt :Jones Tor- IleaNa S.r..:. la Philadelphia on any date
Wee" Vlralnia h:1 the i court wide open Pimental Ghrears.IN. .NN CAI car
t 1 yM .. I Calif. :: : ...._. Pia. 00_. n',. suitable to the Clay camp. j
raDce, hi trial
0.545a for the "Mlaniian ,
see id* I *t flubbed one of the easiest placements 05, 5, K.nN. >*/ 4.WKiM .
..::, : I
C HMM .I to* MI U-J tIHM '63 race. Friday' speeds were ::" !li (Ni 1.4I Weinberg aid h* had authorization I
.. .. ot the match. -
1..1". .erheN. .1- seem tarkar efM5l'h4M
Wood.Mil.... R>yn..4 frI, .n< Site. unofficial a* was a 134.S turnedIn .:.. T, Manama lata .. Nancy Richley. Dallas third- assTo.Arre .atrall *lKnua'City from Jones to make the totter. .1
nunj wer I.Ikntmtn. ..ran, tmnUv.nl in). W-W.151.,I'd.H,.."..h. by Foyt last November while .... It .Uwla.... S*, Clark Mahr U.HVaMilnatM 40. ranked U. S. 'woman and top- M.wMw N.nd. ... ..ltI_ .. Ma5.1. 'rt
L-AM.r.M. Tu' 7. Kalamaaaa 4.k.rtmwitn Mauitan at
"- 'un-"......". II..... testing the new tire on a conventional .el "* seeded here defeated the ; M.v.MiaitaMta al ire:::: 1

front-engine Offy. Hotolra a, tar N: .,I'h4. French Champion, Francolse "."NV Vaakaaa ... WnalnaaM al TarnViv HA VA
"I bad been thinking qualifyg Marik C....,", SUM t CwinaaMaul I MORTOAGI LOANS
EGYPT WINS L Dun H.>7 to reach the finals Mata WOo waahlnalar' al Pam.
speed might go up to 133," "ur4ua 1, AinMa raay w share she will meet the winner "* rmvr MoiroAai CORP.Or I
CAIRO (AP> M,.... T. Mn_ 5551. ... eaeral :. ,.VuViV:: ; va. .t, laula a_ St Pa.
.Egypt defeated Marshman ......... FLORIDA
aid Friday. "Now 1don't : w 01 a Carol Hanks, St Louls- .
:: tl.-.I. .
: .
th Sudan .If .h'II..I. illww5k .1 Owl
4-1 la an Olympic/ know TMIt vto
where they'll go. 0.1Of: \ we. thu'M:. .e. 'Stephanie Derma Hollywood I sue/Spa I
elimination soccer match Fri Part of the high speed I* attributed ., :. ''Fla., match scheduled Satur- ?Aw.N. u =.... II I
a N.
Vlrainia I.aia
tiM ,
day. to Improved engines .a._w5a jMi AuiaM,r.. .,w h.._* ,day. _........_'u" w 1.e. .....,__ .

I Orange Cup Regatta A RecordSmasherJust II we'll Summer put. Safety '

murmur "lake of world log of tile course and dUI to annual Valencia Regatta at the nation and now twitching

I record to an outboard ran the fact the west shore i* elevated Lake Alfred usually held to Inboard racing. Wlget held g into your
log driver H know
to protect the water within a week or so of the many world mark, Including
you speak. You're talking from Orange Cup affair. Thu Polk quite a few established here
about Lakeland' the usually prevailingwest BRAKE PEDAL
I Lake Holl- has two regatta on the He left the outboard after I a
ingsworth. winds at that time of "grapefruit circuit," the top the last season.

For over 25 years the year, the water usually pos. county for speedboat racingon With few exceptions all

Orange Cup Regatta has been sell just enough of a ripple to the winter tour. mark established here at

held on Lake Holllngsworth be termed "Ideal" by driver The result of the Orange Lake Holllngsworth are |ub-
with the event usually coming And they back resultedin
com every Cup'i reputation has sequently approved by the
in late January or early year for their crack at *et driven coming from all American Power Bolt Asses

FSC CMW RICIIVIS CUP-Jim AuJtrtoii, ..nMr ,rmsnn February And during that ting marks here. over the country. One old ciation governing body of

the tint place olive cup ta rierlda' Jwtham Cllt*.'| Cartel tilt time U world marks have Other Regatta Held bin walnut ranch In Californiaand speedboat racing.

Dicks, sad Coach till Danish, Wt. rSC's Wataf Mica *V- bees established on the course Not to be outdone Polk moved to Lakeland It'* a regatta they all wantto I

fasted ,..14... University end Aanrken University ,....,.y .t Including nine in last Janusary's County offer another outboardInboard Bud Wlget long one ot the make. The record-breaking

Cypress Genhn In Hull flnt ones stoke. Malls, Andenwi, I**. regatta with five comingon regatta in the greatest outboard driven In Cringe Cup Regatta, Get Thl MkUSurnmor/ Buy
the final day of
mtr Wtihitt! end LM end Unlvtnlly .f Prnmylveiile crew racing e Removo front wbb,

...eh, ".....d Hi. fled .""...1 e".... Getdtni Crew Rce. He Most Mostly of the Outboards world mark odjutt( brake

Is free J"ki..vlll. sad. has refused. the Dad. Vail *.*."". end. front wheel
ar* In outboard a* the course C Repack btar'IngiCheck
n.Hn.l chtmplonihlp rt*.ttes for Mvtral ynn. (Le.dr Phefe ly I II more Ideally designed for e great seal ,

rtowin) records by the outboard craft Add broke fluid and rood
However a few inboard
marks were established hen test

I BOWLING'' and stood on the books rightup

to about a year ago. Inboard -

W. iMI. son (AM* craft have the motor .i
. all.. :::; Ml tfHEIgTHEEXPEITSAM.
ale TOW
silw *iv Owwn aoa. Inside the TAME
!. tMUITM .,Wlrh .. Ill if II,." hem ariau La_.... .."..1 bull.
). Divia'l = .. : "till."... But for the outboard the ...
4. M.wN .tt. Jt.J. k m aamal UkalaM ". ..
U.vX turn a { .. N..... 744.Mian Orange Cup regatta is a regatta
individual urea .1. Sum rot/oitunwwow/
5/N.hli..7.tNta salon. silver City! ... to make on the ",r.p"
"rHlk inilvHuat aunai AIM Cala/ Ml
'T.'ih l'lKuri s.na, Ch.rlH{ Me I CYp555a 1.ASewew fruit circuit. For two days rarer yore rtdtt

:: 1elkA'Ii?|d" KU.I wi.. Jim MIMINL I. MMaa Mufrlar Ya n?: Loot a* the shoreline I* studded with
,5. Lea ... 0540.1'NsN,. 01 trailer, boat, mechanic
,1. rr'> aN snNr! ,, ,, }>* M
On"'rN tMvw'aaaT'jIm. MI........ 4. PtarMa Traaloal ill 111 and mobile machine shop a*
Ii Mask Mam aama, LaiMMAM '_11
., SM *ais* '" tilt driver and their crew CAR
"rtMlnj( (' .... 5'f..k.j ';;* awlak Ukal..4Ivlaual e.nw51N work to get their craft in top 4 L
MlIM (Mvl frultr
lh ,
S-a-Ti /.'::' :wtmr, S-ifl SlMraa M/MNNca1 55S I. hwNr. shape for the two day of THE EXPERTS DURING

WIIIIAM.. 5.7JOt's pane 2iI'h ', airlaa. 5. NuNN.5sw racing. Only when the weather THE'NEXT 3 DAYS
W... "..,
.. tlw .uo.... .. MVI la4a lOt .AMI* I I' bad -windy with a 1 1
.. BuiMIWM M :M son r *Kr, It*. rain ha p
driving an Orange
iaiikii li.
., .. M II : slick aid
plulw,1wsee caw, a 1 -p
Cup Regatta without Rlek
"IIA5U4wM a
rrn'n' 1455i8T5 .. ......
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r -. LAKELAND LEDGER Saturday, March M, IH4 11I'

, I r' Polk Youth Supplied With Ample Sports Programs I


For Polk County youngsters In 19W, the Lakeland area the 10VS13 age bracket and However Lakeland never got to Chamberlain, 1-0. at Chamberlain
there are plenty of youth pulled out of the Little Leagueand 85-115 pound weight class The by the regional affair. Field.

baseball and football pro joined the Dixie Youth gamei were held during the Prep football floated on Last falls amazing Win-
grams to calmly their needs Baseball League Lakeland Christmas holidays and for Cloud In 1949 when the Lake- ter Haven Blue Devils battledall
and desires, Kathleen, Medulla and Mulberry several years were broadcastby land Dreadnaughts finished the way down to the wire

Lakeland'a Optimist Club'serves remain In that program Mutual Broadcasting System with a 9-1 mark and again for before losing to Robinson.
a big ihara of the credit and hold their respective with Bob Wolfe handlingthe Auburndale In '54 and '55 Knights and the Western Con
for bringing youth base- group and state tourneys each play-by.play account. when the Bloodhounds sporteda ference title and a berth In
, bill-especially the 10-13( age year while the other Polk Since that time the formatof fine team. And for the the newly.formed Class AA
variety-to Polk County and cities are still In Little the Santa Claus Bowl has Haines City Hornets when grid series. Robinson wenton
Lakeland aa well aa the League and host various tourneys changed somewhat and now they won !l In a row over to lose to Coral Gables in

.id d youth football program now throughout the summer features only one game with three seasons and two Southwest the finals on a last.second
lt In existence-the Polk County The Florida State Little an out-of-Lakeland team tang Conference titles Bar- field goal

F Boys Football League League affair was at Lake ling with the Polk All.Stars tow swept undefeated in 1962 So now Folk's youngsterscan

Of course, then are com Wales last Bummer. Both programs A few years after the first to a SWC title. literally play football
plete football and baseball are for boys In the 912 bowl game the Polk league And In 1961 the Lakeland from the cradle to high school

programs at the junior high age bracket. was organized and functions Dreadnaughts came within a coder both school and privately -
and senior high levels throughout Football Added with teams In Lakeland, Au- touchdown of wining the cove sponsored leagues.

the county but these other With the success of the Little burndale Winter Haven, Bar- eted Florida grid title, losing Quite a change from 1948
programs augment the scholastic League baseball programan tow, Eloise and Lake Wales

endeavors accomplished fact, the More Leagues Formed

In 19oO the' Lakeland Optimist Lakeland Optimist I i Club The baseball program grew
Club formed the first branched out into football In In leaps and bounds and soon
the fall of 1951 by bringingthe because of territorial limitations .
Lakeland Little League and
I !HINTY. 0' ACTION-H... li kit of typical Dl.l. L..,... humor ......ll ..,!.? .| that Santa Claus Bowl football the leagues had to be
b.....d. 01... Loo,,. fiulL,. play et ....... plats .dung .lest _..,,'. ..I.tntt ........, .t .....> subsequently throughout program the county expanded game here with four out-of- cut down and more new ones

r Und. Youiiitton play U "1..1.. 1..,u" |... April to hit Juno end HIM. In tourney com.tHMoiiI with Little Leagues In most state teams in action, The formed to meet the demand.
July aid Ausu... of the county leading cities grid program was for boys In And with \the success of the 1
., I loops for boys in the. 10-11(

group new leagues were .tl
formed for older boys so that

SPORTS OF THE TIMES now a youngster can particIpate -
in baseball programs
from I to 18.Lakeland .

Ageless Marvel got its biggest
4 boost when In 1954 a gang of
youngsters battled their. way
through the state, regionaland
Of MilwaukeeBy sections tourneys to reach

,< the National Little League
World Series at Williamsport
I Pa. On this team appropriately -

enough waa Lakeland only
ARTHUR DALEY games and completed 22. San native major leaguer John
..llor" Elm. dy Koufax started 40 and finIshed (Boog) Powell.

WEST PALM BEACH-It Is only 20 If Spahnie had IlPl1 Powell completed his sophomore

always conceivable that this not been sidelined for one year at Lakeland Senior
could be the season when stretch of 18 days-this was High School before the family

Warren Spahn finally trips' after he lost a 1-0 game to .j moved to Key West He w'a r i
over his flowing white beard Juan Marichal of the Glanti starred at Key West High

and comes crashing down. In 16 Innings' and another School, Ironically he was to
Don't bet on It, though. The stretch of 15 day's, his record later play against his high
ageless marvel of the Milwaukee would even have been better school teammates in the finals

'I' Braves, now almost 43 He had only one bad game of the 1959 Florida State high

years old, was a 23.game win. and It was against-of all people M school series when Lakeland
nor last season, the 13th time -the Mets He blew an Vr defeated Key West and won
he'. entered the ultra-exclu eight.run lead although we finally the Florida crown

sive 'twenty-Game Club. Can won In the 10th. 0 r t av Mulberry Win. TitleA

be do it again? "It Un't the old man of my year later, Mulberry was i
"Why not?" laid Bobby pitching staff I'm worried to stun one and all by copping
Brogan, his about It' the Our both the Class A title and
manager answerIng s young ones. JUST IIKI THI 110 GUYS-M.mb.rt .> the loktlond. Polk County F..*.ll Le.|.. Class AA title with a victory
one queation with another fate Is In their hands or
tram .f aovoral/ MOMHI ./o ran >kr.ufK formtllmi |jape like Hitlr older frldir** loyntorptrti over Coral Gables for the
'He throws with such The
effortless arms team as a whole
Th. Polk oil snr. dusk with .s ...t..,....."., loom every Dtcontoor In the onnuol Sonte Clous state championship.
ease that he could last has been so strengthened by
Cowl! ,..t"" teem .t lr ..t Stadium. Powell later signed with the
forever-or almost When you our deal with the Giants that NATIVI MAJOR IIACUU-John (lees) 'Powell I.IHmoro.
Baltimore Orioles and has hit
f deal with him you have to any arrival at maturity by our Otlolt hitting star, li I the only n.tlv. Uktlindir t. mitt the
throwaway all your preconceived kid pitchers will gives us a over 20 homers for the past maser| I........ Powill la e h......run star with the littlmor

notions about pitchingand wonderful chance of going all Switch That TV Dial And You'llGet \ two In seasons 1958-the with year Baltimore.Lakeland OiloUi end In hit third lull ....... Powell played" for the L....
ride with the to the Und Little L.. ... thot reached
just the tide. I way top. pulled out of the Little League tnma the lull ol the N.tloml

gave up long ago any idea I The Braves made a major All Next September program-the Lakeland All. T....., .t Williinnporl Po,
ever had of trying to figure trade with the Giants In orderto Sports I Stars went to the finals of the I II

him out." get Felipe Alou to fill the I Dixie Series In Alabama, before I .__,_ _
"Youre absolutely right" vacant spot In center field, a By BEN OLAN In late September and "Pocket and Don Carter has losing two In a row to t
said Jo-Jo White, the Braves hole that has styed empty ever Associated Pr... Sports Writer'October he'll have his earlY\\himself another strike" Central Park Ala, after beIng .
coach 'I defy any managerto since Bill Bruton departed In NEW YORK (AP-TV Fe- major league baseball And then, horror of horrors one win away from the .
know when to remove a deal many yean ago With natlc the guy who Just love to Davie Cup tennis matches he main TV tube goes kaput! crown. .tNi
Spahnie from a ball game" the swift,moving\ surefieldingAlou switch television channels to Olympics, professional and college and our man will have to buy The following year (1959)
"He gives a manager the came another power hit watch as many sports events aa football games, boxing newspaper to find out how It the Dixie Series was held In

jitters," said Bobby. You will ter Ed Bailey the catcher. possible, Is going to have himself bouts, wrestling matches, thoroughbred -. came out Lakeland with teams coming

see him on the brink of ds But Bob Shaw a solid pitcher,, a field day next fall racing and profssslo., from all of the Southeastern ,
aster Then he throws double- was sacrificed In exchange o al hockey, basketball and bowing States Lakeland has traded

play ball and breezes" along with Bob, Hendley, a Graves To Speak State tourney sites with team 0
"How about the time In young pitcher and Del Crandall Cover All Sports in the Pensacola areas ,
Jo-Jo. an aging catcher Foundation Formed
Houston? prompted To Alumni Club Here are the sounds that And last season the Pa .
"It was a hair.raiser," said "You might say said the
"Those Houston hitters light.hearted Bragan, "that weare might come from the TV set metto League (1314) held a
Bragan i
teed off on Spahnie from lousy with catchers. We AJVON PARK University of when Mr. Fanatic is In hla beet J auto tourney here. I,
Florida head and athletic form switch /
coach indicates
they have Joe Torre, the beat In the ( our man The Santa Claus Bowl was
the start. For two Innings
director Ray Gravel will ad- has turned to another channel): 1- .. originally/ sponsored by the
business Bailey a left hand .
hit nothing but line drives ; "
Iress the Highlands County "Gubner heaves a long one ) Pop Warner Foundation. The
Some were caught and some ed powerhouse Gene Oliver Club- of the University of FlorIda ,Switch Foundation was later'droppex w
fell safely But everythingwas and two highly-promising kids Alumni; Association i at III I "It'a caught by Gifford on the and the National BOYS (Build
a screamer Then Houston who look just about're.dy., annual meeting here April 11,15, down to the 10, and the :I Our Youth Strong) Football
filled the bases with none Bob Uecker and Phil Roof Business on tap for the clu and Into the end tone for a-" Foundation was formed' and i ra
out\ and Spahnie had three Just think of the maneuver includes the election of officersfor I Switch headquarters set up In Lakeland

balls and no strikes on Carl ability I now have. next year. President of the Goal by Bobby Hull at 2:07: NINI-POUNDM-C. 'J. Mir.tf However, the Foundation r '
I Warwick, a pretty clever right- "Torre also I. just as good club is H. E. (Shorty) Bouls. of the third period. This pro- ,> Irowtter mad. live shirks, was later disbanded and rj rL
handed batter. I could wait at first base as he Is behind Avon Park. District vice president gram Is being brought to you eat .f Stinky Bolt Ho... Nheal the Polk League look over
no longer I walked out to the the plate Oliver can play firstor Is Craig Massey, Lakeland >y the makers of -." Switch I. this ulna round bin the sponsorship of the Santa
the outfield I could use BIG ILUIS Frank .....he..t ., with Mr end Mr.
.t : Mulberry
mound. The dinner meeting begins Strikeouts bv Sandy Koufax -- -- --- -- Claus Bowl game, pitting a s
"Spahnie' I said 't h I. Eddie Mathews at third or In l p.m. with a social hour at the The Dodger;; ace has now fanned Polk all'star eleven againstan Jerry Vounf of Mulb.rry .....ht their limit I* ",....11I.' They
doesn look like your night to left. Denis Menke will be a Jacaranda Hotel In Avon Park 15 Philadelphia -." Switch. UCLA Defeated out-of-county eleven w... fishing ot the Rainbow, Londlnf ,In Winter H...n.

pitch' regular somewhere, either at Accompanying Coach Grave "Eagles have the ball on the Prior to that the Santa 1
Bobby,' he said lookingme short or at third because he to the meeting will be Harold 20. They come out of the huddle. Faces Star Five Claus Bowl consisted of four

I I squarely in the eye. 'I came on like gangbusters last Dillmger field secretary for the Sonny -," Switch EVANSVILLE Ind w tea.ns with a pair of elimination Southwest

1 never felt better In my Iaf..' season Some day he'll be a 33000.member association Listen lands a hard right tothe JCLA's national collegiate bas games the first night. Sweeps
"What could I do? He was third basemen In the tame Graves Is expected to discus jaw and -" Switch. betball champions, 8672 losers and a consolation and champlonship

so positive he had the situation heroic mold as Ken Boyer."I the 1964 Gator football team Inlight "They're off Its Northern to an all'star team in Los Angeles game the folowing

under control that I felt ob can juggle this platoonlike of the recently concluded Dancer taking the lead followed Thursday night will take on night Junior High Meet
ligated to string along with crazy-or like Casey Sten spring practice sessions. by _," Switch'Tom another selected group of college At the prep level the two

I bin I shrugged my shoulders. gel. The Bravea finally have 0.Hara." Switch. stars here Saturday nightIn high spots were the victories
luck 'and beat a the horses, meaning that we Tides under the the series preliminary to by Lakeland and Mulberry
wished him Chamberlain
have the power the speed and Tampa Olympic trials. 1960 In the Florida State high Southwest Junior High Seminoles slon with 43% for Auburndale;
and .
hasty retreat to the dugout. the depth. Lee Mays came .uiMM. March M. I.... Hwk asket. He shoots Jerry Sloan of Evanivilles school championships Lake swept all three grades In 29% for Bartow and 26% for
Spahnie next two pitches (..... J'41 ....... 1 X .m.| !... Switch. lands Post No. 4 Junior a special Polk junior high track Westwood.
fast last year'and Henry Aaron .ml tun NCAA college division champ
were breaking stuff a screw the best ,:-.: 014 S M ami A.m. ? S 40 ..i"lm Now It's Hockey all. American Legion team won and field meet at Nurml Nelson Point totals for all three
Aaron will be the star squad
still lone
Is Henry on
for strikes SI* MM IM
and r M carnal
ball a curve Glenn Hall Florida title In baseball field this week. divisions gave Southwest1J51
in- ball player In the league."It .: "It'. blocked by performing at the Evarwllle the state I
Then he came whistling had will be up to the youII'pltchen who' down on the Ice The rebound Municipal Stadium. Other members In 1955 and again In 1958. Besides the Seminoles, West /,! Auburndale 128%.
only a Spahn would out to Switch. wood of Winter Haven, Bartow Westwood 1251B i If lew,
comes -
determine how far Include Paul Silas, Creigh
the gall and the skill to do it to Records Fall II "Y.A.' Tittle -." Switch. North Wrestling BoutsCancelled and Auburndale competed In the 80/.
old pitcher Cunningham I
-with a fast ball down the we go My one ton; Billy The results:
has headlock track meet.
strike three. That was Spahnie can take care of him "Sammartino a Carolina: Manny Newsome NINTH eiuot
pipe for self with his usual compe- In Prep Track hold on -." Switch. I Western Michigan, Lea Hunter, The Seminoles won the ninth IM r..d !I.w X : D,.M t>>.
if he didn'tthrow .
Damned ,
one out. I CH.nti (SI 1 t.t ) T Ijftloourd
ball andhe's tence. If they all were like "Chuck McKinley. The Amer Loyola of Chicago and Jim Davie Wrestling at the National grade affair with 72'/i points to liih. >Mn (XI.Mr. .
a double-play him, I wouldn't have a care CHICAGO Two national lean sends up a lob and Emerson Colorado Guard Armory will not beheld 59>/ for Westwood; 41 for Bar aao.e..d.,in III. tmai 1. MIN'1. Sm SI..., n T-'a't Iwn., '
out of trouble for keeps 1 school Indoor track for Auburndale. < ..ill .it 1S :
high records -. Switch. tonight Promoter Pat tow and 40 Cr w w* (SI 1 (W T-
He' breezed the rest of the In the world. ......... run. I. ........ '". a.
were bettered Thursday drive to cen.ter. announced Southwest took the eighth .
Hits a long O'Hara suspension h.W Is) Marl IWI T-M ?
Four Matches Top .... .., .
way."Here's. night at the annual Morton Wes Mantle goes back backback of the Armory cards for the grade meet with a total of 12 ....* .Qua TMa -!
something else Palmetto Tryouts invitational meet. Switch. Winter Haven Card present. points to 45 for Auburndale; !., .
i : .
about the man. He started 33 Lakelands Palmetto League Larry Kelly of Maine East "To Minnesota's five.yard [ WINTER HAVEN Four O'Hara Indicated he hopedto J7 Westwood; 20 for Bartow. ..,,,._:.,...e I.raw Ww1wNd***;*, :=TI. -: '"r... ::

holds its final tryout and registration ligh School was timed In 1:13: line. The Buckeyes have moved matches will highlight tonight resume promoting grapple Southweat compiled 61 points I..aa.r.: rrf.ran. *. I. SaulKwavt '0..w: :
LEGION TEAM today from 2 p.m. to 4 ill the 600-yard run surpassingthe 85 yards In seven -" Switch. wrestling card at the Winter Haven bouts here In the near future. ,to win the seventh grade divl .. Au'ur"a'."'...r.-iVa'r*. ,. !,
diamond. M,. ...... I. Auaurntf.la. t. Will
at John Cox I 111 national school
p.m.l : high Rounds are about even and Armory with the first card was*. S. luthi.aal. T-1 M 3.
MEETS MONDAY The baseball program II for record for the event set by Bill Lllton is sitting on his stool at 1:30: p.m.Topping I ryy o e'.I .an.. III aut. 0 TIM 47 Wl II.",1. fn.Ml (AI.) .
eglftratlos. for the Lakeland toys in the 13 and 14 age group Campbell of Washington, D.C., The referee and doctor come In the card will be a O.,, u. I. TM IWI' 1. r.wi" (nl) iFra. .
America Legion junior in 1962 to the -." Switch. feature bout sending Bob Ellis sr I 1 M ah w. junta.IOI; O I.in/..1',f'llI. I 54.w.

baseball team will be held FSU WINSTALLAHASSEE Ed Halik of Morton Wes aaainit Hiro Matsuda In a battle Ina...III.... j.1....McCarWr.. S. CrawfarO(A), H_,S SI.S S. .
the (AP) Florida In the awe ." Ifs. I. 'WI _"'.
Monday at 7:U p.m. at cleared 14 feet 2 Inches for the "Southern" heavyweight '
track ala" .11. I. D.... (... .1. SaiuiartWl
Legion Home. State University pole vault, topping the existing title. It will be a no-dis- ( 0. Tharlay ,... N-O' Ia. .
Boys desiring to play must team defeated a University of record of 13.1'4! set by Don Manuel qualification bout. u....... IIONTN.... 010.' .. I. I...,.."
be hi the 1S-U age group and South Carolina team tl-54 yesterday of Southwest High School of Promoter Cowboy Luttrall willh.ve I,..... V..A l... ur.3. ell. T-
live ua the LakelaBd-Kathleen- with the Florida men Kansas City In 1963. co-feature withDuk9 s.IM doh. 1. M .II (A) ..
another .hEC.: : 1. a. Amaraw:(Wl T- S
Cryatal Lake areas. taking 11 of the 17 first places. Both marks will be submitted Keomuka tangling withTito 1miw,. S.daih Oar. (01 I. V T-asn.; IS: i.

to the National Federation of Carreon: 440.>..ara. ,... I. Wailwa S. AltO

High School track committeefor A tag match sends Jerry LondOli .w.n..N.'icn..N.ti..ri d.S. ..Nuth,... W.. /a. S.Sh .
.. ....,e..... I. ........ TI 41.'.
official approval and Timmy Geohagen 1 .l ...... I. v.. *. CDI. a. NU.
ill" (Al. S. Calv, ,n ii O 4S' Hit''. .
brf -
against Tom Bradley Peppi ..Mut. I. V.,..!.n. SI. S Iwh.Itl4)S
I': Perez. a. i.um (">. o'-nl' livtH ". .
,.. Lakeland League f11r "M Jtimt. I, IK .es
..Jti W.2i'4":
Opening the card Pat 0 Kara SI 1 TAemmn ( .
"l. Holds TryoutsFinal will clash with Pedro Godo). ....' ""Su,,I.11011.Awls..1./a......* p.Aralia..ult. .
.. I. ..u.1011.. 2 ease
.t ; : I CWI. .. Jw'nw ,... $.. .
\, :Tt. ( fi' << 0 registration and tryouts Kathleen League I ....'" T:.VENTN. .....:.OAD1N /. M.rhiO. III.i .
for the Lakeland DbleBoy. _
: '))0;' t fn..N. . | Wollaoa IS. TOanaaan
baseball program will Holds Tryouts ,........ '_. III, 10'
be held today trim 2 p.m. te (//. S. K.MrJk7"A). T +

.0" 4 p.... at John Cox diamondN. KATHLEEN Fin.. tryouts o u.U* read ...H. .. Orawn (". m, Mar
Hn ,SI. S. ..". ( >. T .
S ai 1Oraa
and for boys plan
4.The. I 445..... ...... /. ..._. .. Woo..
baseball Is for sing on participating In the a. .,uthr Te.7.a .
program : ..a rl.r: ;. WwtW..d. .. .
boys In the 11-12 age group, PARKER CATCH- ...... CHoire I Kathleen Dixie Boys Baseball.eague ....., .... 1. .wMWwt. r i.I...7LhN A. ,
living withis the city limits .* SD Troilor P.rk I will be held today al (AI. I. .WI.....1math." II.. _n's.ndrlay 1" .
of Lakeland In the southern c.t this .-".ynd, ,-...*.. I J p.m. al the diamond at I. .i.r...... I. c.."... If/ I.. Owa1M/.

COMIINIO CATCH-III Morrit *4 lulkn.ll dli'loys Wise sections (Medulla Highlands .KM elf the pier .t the power I Kathleen elementary schoolBoys LIMIT CATCH Frtd. HorUw ond Vi..I,,'. Armi*..nf seek j jHi !I on H (WI..1:I.... .I.I....:III. H";j"" ."... w.
< sh.ll r ckon ko and his bather, JM, Mufkt .> Lake and Lakeland Highlands). ,I."t m like P...., out of should bring birth '" I.m.. I. Marttn (S). S. Aa')'
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levs*' man th.a SO of she aholkrockors. and tryout session. Ce..... OJ., fee II they are registering. Live lrl HWM. t awN \AI. N.t'. '

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14 LAKELAND LEDGER. Saturday. March M, 1N4
I II Crash Kills

Salinger's Name On BallotSAN I 4 Crewmen; ,

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Boys Hurt
FRANCISCO (AP- list of candidates who are eligible registered California voter DO
Pierre Salinger'i name was ordered to be voted for at the direct days before he files. That was JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (AP)
placed on the California primary election to be held on the regulation Jordan cited In -An Air Force B47 Jet bombe
ballot for the June Democratic June 2, 1964" the court said. refusing to accept the papers crashed and burned on takeoff

primary for U.S. aenator. Earlier, Salinger's attorneyshad ,filed by Salinger who resigned Friday. from Little Rock Air H JV
The State Supreme Court or- contended that I state re- last week as White House press Force Base, killing all four i l "
dered Salinger'i papers and filing gulation that had been cited in secretary. crew members and Injuring tw ill r

fees retransmitted to Secretary an attempt to bar him from the I Salinger had lived In VirgInIa youths. _
of State Frank Jordan. primary race wan unconstitu since 1955. Jordan said there The youths were playing a ____
"The secretary of state li tional. was no proof either that he was barn the plane hit. They were _
hereby directed to place petitioners The regulation provides that a registered California voter or taken to a Jacksonville hOI'
name on the certified a candidate must have been a a Democrat. pltal. The bodies of the crew
men were recovered.
Cipt. Douglas Wood chief 01
the Information office at the

base said the plane, on a
training mlsilor flamed out
about a mile down the run-

way.He said It looked like a sec
tlon of the tall broke or burned
off. ARTIST'S SKITCH or NIW IUILDINO-TM. h ... setlet'e MM,M i. 110 dips Mat ir.M.Ar'o.iiii' eat will test sleet

Jimmy Slzemore manager 01 conception o< wkot Hi. IIOW ...."'..1 tokorororf sad ,h."..., win $230,000.
radio station KGMR. Jacksonville .' kk Nki who II la .....,I.h". Tile .ul! who was on the scene
said explosions were coming
from the burning wreckage.
The Air Force said no nuclear $250,000
weapons were aboard the Strategic -
Air Command plane Medical I Lab
The youths Injured were
f Ricky Butler 9, and Gary Davenport .
about the same age 'Is Planned ..
They were seriously burned.

Plans for a new medical lab

g East Germany oratory and pharmacy, to be

built on South Florida Avenue, lore .i t .

Frees Singer east of the Wellman-Lord Engineering -

Accused As Spy firm's present Iocs-
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a New York sing 1 1er. the general manager Col. (Ret.)

has been released from prison John E. Bodle.:

In Communist East Germany Ground Is expected to be

a U.S. spokesman announced broken soon Col. Bodle said,
robbing of lawn beauty? yesterday. and the
you Miss Hammersteln 39, a Wagnerian modernly designed
soprano, was sentenced building Is expected to be oc-

to six years In Jail as a spy by cupled In 180 days from the
Nothing will do more, per dollar epent. to give you a -," an East German court 'In August roundbreaklng.

thick, green lawn than fertilizer. That's because grass, r:=::-lD] 19(2. I The building will contain five'
like any living thing, needs food to stay healthy and The spokesman said she wasreleased general practitioners one radiologist -
vigorous. AGRICO Thursday and flew) and a dentist Col.
Just one application of AGRIOO GRASS FOOD, with from Frankfurt, West Germany,,, Bodle said.When .
Triple-Tlmed feeding action, give your lawn a whole . to New York the same day. Shwaa e! completed, the single-
team oflong.Jastingnutrienta for healthy,uniform growth accompanied by her mother story and basement building will
Dr. Gertrude Rosenhain oJackson f'hav. parking faculties for E3or
and lush color. !
the differ ... jjf Heights New York more cars and will cost about V
) Try a bag of Asarco G>Afi FOOD Bee City. 250000.

enoe proper feeding can make in your lawn. fiDIOfl Miss Hammersteln before her Owners of the building and]

arrest told reporters in West corporation officers Include Dr.
One beg covers Berlin she had sung In East F. Layton Bergqulst. president
: NEW MEDICAL LABORATORY AND PHARMACY rLANNEr -4.Mkin| ever Pleas. for MWmedicol
AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL COMPANY 9300 sq. ft.P. German opera houses. She was Dr. Wayne 0. Montgomery vice ........" ond ,h......,, to .. hIlt .. Sovtt Florid Ave..., *ro tfcow fovr heeds .f

o. los E7. Plorc (Polk County), Florlao Only $4.95 arrested In has January ever, 1962.been No made information president' ; and Dr. Robert .C.jsman.i .... ..". ,' ... Th., .rt, Irom Hit loft C.L (Rtt) Job I. ....ft. .......1 ........; Dr. Robert C.

Phone HA 5.1145 (Mulberry) public on her alleged offense. building secretarytreasurer.The was designed by Ilumon, Mcrttory-trooiuMr Dr. ,. L.,... ....oulif, prtildont; sad Dr. Wayne O. Mtnffomory, vie'.
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C:. Decker Construction Co. of
Lakeland. Mortgage broker forthe President Begins Easter ScheduleJOHNSON 'M

building is George Rudolph

Qualify $Juwia. of Lakeland. CITY Tex. (AP- Reedy said the chief executive the Easter bunnies were boning t
]President Johnson went on a relaxed received briefings on international eggs The Indiana left the next I
Homestead Easter holiday schedule events from his assistant -:morning and signed a peace I
Friday keeping In touch with military .aide. Lt Col. ,treaty.
Filing DeadlineIs rfflclal business from his Peder- James Contrail and announced!
nales River ranch home. his gratification at the release LIOAL AOvem'rsaaMNTNOTICI

WednesdayBARTOW He signed 13 bills, named a Friday of >two U.S. airmen 0' aHaeFF'a .Ali t
; whose reconnaissance plan. Under and br vlrtuo of aa ....
three-member railroad dispute outlon haiMd out of and under
SailLthoJL. Wednesday Is fact-finding board and proclaimed shot down In East Germany. tho ..., of t... Clabno Court of
J'i the deadline for Polk property May senior citizens I Beauty Shop Visited Poik ands cou.tr the dais, auto of fobruarr of Florida I, i
i owners to file applications month aimed at providinj: The two. Capt David I. Holland lice, vhoroln Polk Loan Corpiira.tloa .
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and Robert
for renewal of their homestead "meaningful opportunities" to of Holland. Minn., and plaintiff U d.t.nrtaot I haw l UJohnwm ...
widow's or disability older persons.To Capt. Melvin J. Kessler of Philadelphia l.d upon and will offer for ..:.
and Mil to tho ..t and k..tbidder
tax which will were turned over to
exemptions Stay At Home for caih, at tho front ever
apply against their 1964 taxes. American authorities at Helm- of tko Court Homo at Barlow, I
When you, the customer, get the S.rvlc. Tax Assessor James Roden White House press secretary, stedt, Germany. day Polk of County April. Florid.1N4, tho, on aamo tho .Irk

pointed out that approxlmatey George Reedy meeting report. While Johnson remained' at In* a heal ..I... day. .t 1:>0 p.m..
you wont and the Quality you want, this 2,700 persons have not yet en in Austin Tex.. 65 miles I the ranch, Mrs Johnson made noun wk-lrk of I. ol......on...11..01.tho.... l.nl A M. .and. p
renewed their exemptions, and from the LBJ Ranch said the! a morning visit to Austin toGood two o'clock P. M. of said day tho
equals the Satisfaction you deserve. Florida law requires that they President was spending t have her hair' done at a beauty following ,icrlb.d Robort Leo property Johnoon of tb.dol.nd""t to.
f 1 be renewed each year before Friday with no plan "to get beyond shop. ..tI.,,. acid ououtloa ant ...u I

April 1.Roden. the ranch gate" on his 400 I The Johnson have as house to-wlti On. Chnralot P.n.l Track
.( Price Is forgotten after the purchase of : also noted that residents I seres. guests Democratic Rep. and 19M llnnio #tOK-HCt, ID
;J with Intangible securi- The President made his usual Mrs. Jack Brooks of Beaumont, #D6 AMO WON!>ROB 1 BRANNEJf:

quality merchandise is made, therefore, we ties will have a 10 per cent Inspection tour of his ranch Tex. Sheriff of Polk Countr.norlda .
penalty assessed to their tax I shortly after his arrival Thursday A colorful traditional festival err EARL W. SINCLAIR
y! offer you brand name merchandise. It Is bill if their returns arc not 4 night. He has not bad a la scheduled for Saturday night Chime Civil Deputy
received In his office by April I II. holiday vacation here since in nearby Fredericksburg rT-ilt
t:hrlatmas.I marking an Indian siege IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TINTH
not just a place to buy a can of paint, a JUDICIAL/ CIRCUIT POLK
I the town Easter
against on COUNTY FLORIDA.
FLARE BOAT CO. PRESENTS. Sunday and the neighbors wondered IN CHANCCRV.Cuo .
bolt a screw a lock set or other item. I
any tit. curse Dorkot 11Pe"
I whether the Johnsons
23ft. Trunk-cabin Deep-V Step-lift I might celebrate It with them. Aria. RO hRTil.
1 According to local history the PlalntufTVf
I men of the town had left to signa RTMUtlD WIGR1' ROaEkTs !
I treaty with the Indians and .
: .nd.nt
r simply, have clerks or cosh register operators 1 the women and children found Non es OF SUIT
1I I M themselves surrounded by Indiana TUB STATE or nx>Rro\ TO:
but it has who advise I f ..F.At '',i EI RICHARD nWIOHT ROBERTS:
experts can Ion .
you 1 with signal fires dottingthe /0 Stovo Cool, Rout. S, Jano
hillsides. IA", WMt Vlrnlnla
II' I You art hereby notlfl.o1 that a
home repair problems, and offer advise .f Mothers quieted their children alt for dlvorro ha. boon filed
through the night by telling them acalnit you In the above ontltled
on remedies for loose tile, plugged toilets, rauM Quirts! ant to aorvo that you a a......,bored. of your
GETS PROMISE mousy or "'h.. written d.f.n...

point suggestions or any other problem that PACISITTIR-Tk. meat ....rI"" lest float. Kilt fee tfcoM ALGIERS (AP-The touring plalnttff'i upon WALTER attorner,W.whoeo ICANIJCT.oddrevole
wko demon tho vary fin.... Completely' h4ln"- ..""'.. Over 500 minister of Trinidad- P.O. Box |M, Lakeland. Floridaon
skilled monkeun. .. Into ash. e... N. ...Nil lo loft ......... Super- prime or before tho lib day of April
may occur. These are people who know -I. ass n" ".......... bottom, .' .... .1 W OCkpIt, 6' husky Tobago, Eric Williams, got a A. D., ...., and before or Immedl.
...,.. this week from Algerian atelT thereafter t. fllo with tho
< toilet -. kll|. pump, top, tide curteUi. chromo- promise Clerk of tho above celled Court
their products. brew ......., .....,-|.... wlndekiolt .... Sold. lectory directflty. President Ahmed Ben tho orlflnal of Said an.... or said
Writ. for krockvro of. .om. ,In for Impocrio nt domeHtrrotloH. Bella to visit the southeast written. defeneea. If any.
Flora loot Co., mi Croon***** S,., Uktron Opal t to i Caribbean Island nation. No If ?oil fall to do. decree, pro eonfeoeo -
will bo entered avalnet you
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to MO Saturday
For the past 42'years we hove been a Q date was .et. Complaint.WITNCDK tor tb. relief. aemaaded In tho
my and and offlrUl
110&I of ntn.. at Barlow, polk
part of your community helping to solve flfl County, Florida, this Mta day of

1 II For Performance & Price March. A''D''R."'iIAH. :JK.

these problems and taking a part In civic [ 3 (8BAL) By Clerk Ronald Circuit Hender Court..

ti- Cloth
activities. Soon we will move to a new location Our Economy Line Tire 0-S7S. IICIRTIFICATI

with only one thing in mind and that Is OF CORFOBATIDISSOLUTION

to continue to offer you better service Can't Be Beat! AUTHORITY IN THE OF NAMI FLORIDA Of-AND THE'BY STATS THE

I ji Tkoo ..... .ro oH Ho ..ollrf 100 ..... 100% SHALL COME,
If you are already: one of' our customers, Geld Robber H..T_*. All Tint. MowrM ... OREETINO.1Wh.rs.

i we want to say Thank You. If you are not, WILLIAM 1"LORIOA W. LORD UK.
we would like to Invite you to give us the $ 95 LAKr.t.AND FLORIDA
did' on tho 141k 4r of Navtmtwr
AT). IN.. roiiM to bo lnoerpnrato4ends
opportunity to serve you in the near future. tho l laws of tfco must. "<
INC., a ...........,...... with its prfn.
SIZES rip*! ,..... i>f biwInMH .t I>AKK-
:.:.: 15.40-15 ttuto of Florida, ... .....#*. own
corporation did on ll>. nets durnf
C_ 6.70-15 Mints A. n. 1N4. cause bo
rite In tho offteo of the ar:. ?
7.50-14 of Bttto of tko trail' of florid.
Miller Hardware & Paint CO. ko doenmntarr niborttr roantr4
OTHER SIZES AT REDUCED PRICES under.. onowtnr DMtlmi. (N tko 17,4loMlutk Florid Stmtuu of.

ti I EASY TOMS All TIKE allY A WRITTEN ROAD HAZARD CUA.AMTO of saNow::'l. cars Shh.r.forr.baby. tho tortlfr ocrotniT to thofnr
Our 42nd Year oli>t sod that ko .. ootloflixl
I that tko i.qulrom.nu nf tko law
.bars boon rnmpllod with.
1 t haw herounlB ..t my hand and
haw .lfl.... are Grout Soul. of rho
HUM of norMa. at Tallahamwr
211 S. Tennessee A.".. ho Cnnluu.I thla. tho TWKNTtsr !
MU i 1729 N. Florida Art. Lakeland Ph. MU 6-5696 fRTK do y or MARCH, .\.1>.

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, f }Fx15 Towed .
. :. ... Lakeland

Into Port ..,;. '. ',,,'
..'..: ;gn'P)'; Man Charged
Towed by two tugs the severed / With ForgeryA

stern of the tanker San Jacinto ..' .

moved toward port Friday at a ..: : . .ta wm' A
: Lakeland
(speed of five knots. Aboard man
;4 .. was taken Into
were 15 mariners who elected to t at tat ao' t'rytat.t i e. ,! 4MUI Thursday custpdy late
remain on their half 1awu night on federal
a ship
The Coast Guard said at last t ta charges of forging and attempt
ing to cash
postal money orders
report the tug and their tow valued
were 33 miles northeast of Cape ,., r + ai it at $120,000 which he
allegedly stole from a post of.
Henry, a wr
''v flee
I N4 Valdosta Ga, and
s s ''t A spokesman for Curtis Bay forged with postal equipment
Towing Co said the stern was allegedly taken from the post
expected to arrive at the Newport office at Campbellton.

dock News Co. Shipbuilding a Dry- ,,.,,. ,.""" 'ft(,'...... Bland M. Waters of Route 2,
yards Saturday Lakeland, was captured near a

The tanker's bow section, with .,."" w....... ,.. .,.. ....... ."... west end dining spot here by
no one aboard was being towed U.S. postal Inspectors and Polk
4 by a third tug expected to I County Deputy Sheriffs following .
reach Newport News on Satur an Intensive search through
day. FIRM OPENS OFFICE Gulf D.ilgn cad [..,.... .. rcan'1 ly apin.a Hill MW building .t Central Florida announced the

124 Smrh IRS ratal* Avt aR< will employ 40 ftnttt In prefects Hut 'include Hit ,ro,..... 44,000 office of Postal Inspector 0.
Probe Stated kilowatt' ..,...1.. .! Lt..,...'. power ......tln. ,I.nt. The firm ..,.ch t* pay en eniiuol l eo,. C. H. Willard.
The Coast Guard. meantime. roll of a tnlf-milKo doll.ra. Waters was to be arraigned/
named' a three-officer marina before U S. Commissioner

board to Investigate the accident .coo.... Rust Will Be Paul Game Jr. of Tampa on

In an inquiry opening here Power Plant federal charges of forging and
Monday "f altering U.S. postal money orders

\ Named to the board by Adm : {i'r..rlQ.tH'l} : : .t; '; .mJtt Job ManagerA he allegedly stole in the

Ia.. Edwin J. Roland commandantof burglary of the Valdosta station

PARK TRAMMELL LIBRARY With e MW library! tof Lekalen.1 I. the the Coast Guard, were the 5th .j veteran power plant consulting on Feb. 18, WUlard's office
the Perk Trammel elfins. the fate .f Coast Guard has been reported. Ha is also being
Library, District engineer retained
M a iloplnf site everleeklM Ukt Maps, I li net lies, lot ...... Lt... commander
lender* ere ..klii, tfcot the 1 Rear Adm. Henry J. to serve as project manager charged with the Campbellton
| euildinf, tick I
LefcaJeiia ..
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........ Tke library hei served the for e pmervee' er e Wunsch; Capt. Charles F. Perry doctor of science In engineering In the expansion of the[station burglary which took
fer Lekelena". frewlnf ,.,.1.11.... city many reen, fat new li not lerfa >.....h to t-revM*) and Cmdr. Thurston L. Willis EngineeringFirm degrees from the University Lakeland municipal power place Feb. 24, and with passing

The board a Coast Guard of Michigan. plant, It was an- some of the forged money orders -
spokesman said, will try to find Opens Its Before coming to Florida In 1 announced by '" In Jacksonville on or about
out the cause of the explosion 1954 he obtained a broad spec E. S. Sikora, Feb. 26. Similar warrants aria

Packing House Owner Asks which tore the tanker in two Lakeland Office trum of experience In both the president of ing from cashing postal ordersIn
early Thursday 40 miles east of, organic as well as the Inorganic Gulf Design and Birmingham are being pro
Chlncoteaiu Va. She was nut chemical industry In responsible Engineering cessed.

of Portland, Maine,-for Houston, Gulf Design and Engineering positions for process development Corp., engineers
$99,782 In Counter Suit Tex. The crew was cleaning Co.. a firm that expects to pay construction, and opera on the 4V Pie
empty fuel tanks when the explosions an annual payroll of a half million tion. In addition he has held 000 kilowatt addition
occurred. I dollars, has opened Its FlorIda numerous governmental posts I .
By RONNIE Staff Writer STUART [with stealing thousands of dollars states that "time II of the es Chief Steward Martin Dotilla headquarters at 124 South requiring close coordination with A. D. Rust III, : Fails

from Universal by entering!sence" and that the defendant'died shortly after ha and Radio' Ingraham Ava. i industrial programs. 313 W Palm St.. To See HumorSAN
BARTOW Walter A. Smith false weights for fruit sold
to instituted
proceedings against Officer Wilbert N. Beck were! The new building will house Lakeland, who I
pne of three men arrested last Universal by Lake RUST'lerved
Shlpp. Smith
as a
"subterfuge to disguise
executive administrative
removed from the San Jacinto] and some 20
week In connection with the Investigation II Larceny Counts Its FRANCISCO (AP) AI.Ian
inability to pay Its by the tanker Mobile Pegasus. technical functions of the new Florida Tile years as consultant to Dow
of an alleged fraud In Informations filed in Crlm obligations. C. Finley explained that
!A physician said Dotilla died firm which will employ 40 Chemical will serve as project
of per.
has (inal when he those
ring filed a suit seeking to Court last Wednesday, the The suit charges that the saw big cream.
collect $99,782.93 allegedly owed trio Is charged with one count ment Is for citrus fruit sold pay-to natural causes. sons. Sets DividendThe manager. Rust was also associated topped pies he Just couldn't resist.
Capt. Harold J. Titus of Pine with General Electric
him Project Set .
by Universal Food Products, of conspiracy and 11 counts of the company and the
Inc.The grand larceny. Arraignment for motion alleges "the accompanying defendant !City, NY., the San Jaclnto'smaster Gulf Design and David S, Board of Directors of International and several eastern] What Finley did, police said,
petition. filed yesterday all three was set for April 6. has Instituted frivolous and the remainder of Prosier Jr., are the design engineers Florida Tile Industries, Inc., at power companies. was fling two of the pies in the
in Circuit Court, seeks to collect At that time, Nash LeGette, proceedings before the commissioner his crew declined an offer to be on the 44,000 kilowatt their meeting, declared a regular A graduate of mechanical engineering face of delivery man Leland E.
an additional $99.78U3 for president of Universal Food of agriculture for the removed from their ship by expansion of Lakeland's municipal quarterly dividend of 74! from the University Baum as Baum unloaded the
Interest which has accumulated Products, said the company "has State of Florida for the sole|navy helicopters. power generating plant. cents per share, payable May of Maryland he Is a registered pies| from his truck Thursday.
since March 9. not lost any money we are In purpose and Intent of avoiding I The Lakeland project will be I, 1964, to stockholders of recordat professional engineer and Is listed Finley, promptly clapped In
Smith operator of Lake Shlpp a position to recover It. We are payment to the plaintiff. worked on In the new office on close of business April 13, In "Who's Who In EngineerIng jail on a battery charge, said
Packing house; William Hugh holding payment for fruit In the Fears License Loss TodayIn Ingraham Ave., as will other] 1964. ." Baum "has no sense of humor."

Thompson a truck driver for loads Involved"Filed The motion also alleges that projects In the chemical processing .
the company; and Edward Leonard with Smith's suit Is a as a result of the money not field. "We Ire proud to *. *. *. .
Cameron icalesman for "Motion' for Waiver of Delay In being paid Smith 1 is. In dangerof I contribute to the continued i

1 1 Universal' Lakeland plant, were Discovery Proceedings," which having his dealer's license growth of Lakeland," said E. Dodd Metals

arrested Tuesday and charged revoked and. of losing business History S. Slkora president of the firm.
e U.N. because some of the money is He added "we have great confidence CelebratesIts
Troops owed to fruit growers. In future growth of Flor I
News Of Record Finally, Smith charges that By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ida" First YearWalter

Keep Peace Universal "has wrongfully and Today is Saturday March 28
Mutt IAI\TOW IraDMrtloni' ..llTtie ta1/STras following k..., maliciously instituted proceed 1964. There Ire 278 daya left In A. Dodd Certified Met-
CIRCUIT ings in Criminal Court againstthe the vur. .1. rnrnnratlnn Inritiut In RiiiM.
Itotwrt. a MrHnm.5,15 ".''va, Rlohare .. On CyprusNICOSIA plaintiff and that Smith Todi/a highlight' In history: Lakeland Man' :Ing 204BftOwAlrBi'

Di ..:[:i..br.l: :.ii. f .... W.I t. "has been denied the right to a On this date In 1114, the Am..- brates Us first anniversary Cele-I\
Jatnn' A..I... "vaTbaa Maoart N AnealM.M. Cyprus (AP) The ,preliminary afforded the hearing right of and la not scan frigate Eases surrendered) Joins Staff I month. !
United Nations quietly took over discovery to the British
.tlN.aivorr.O u\o" ... Jam taa OoiUtbr. procedure under the at Valparaiso The corporation was foundedto
dlvorea. .. Britain's burden Friday as keeper criminal Chile. For 17 months In the Of Dorr-Oliyer/ fulfill a specific need In Industrial
Fod.ral Natlonnal Morteava AM at* laws of Florida"The \
VI. w.Omt" Nuanlaldt at mtawla of the peace on bloodied Cy War of 1812, the Esaex had Florida. As the name DAVE LESNETT IS PROUD TO .
1 forftrloaura : at ill. ,mortMa prus. Secretary-General U Thant county petition solicitor also has states failed"the to ranged the Pacific, maintaining George M. Hebbard of Lakeland -] implies, the business purposeof WELCOME !!'
Fadnal National ilortf ua Alan atvi for the Islanders' herself
appealed co
Blllr I R Turnar at ui .{ al mortDrlta ; furnish the plaintiff with any In on captured British supplies has Joined the Dorr-Oliver the corpora ton Is to supply)
.u.Lan..beo.un..a foral ; BIHf LaD..".*. dlvarea. operation. formation, other than what is and had distinguished her'Engineering, Co, as a special "certifIed" metals to major AL MUSICTO
About ,000 British troops on self in several battles. mall Florida industry. In '
disclosed by public development engineer for Its
Bdn.rd i and rianrr f records and/
IMwUar, ale.t"tfZ Clnnitrgctlon? W, Nail CoIna : duty here months through donned three blue tumultuous U.N.- which show the plaintiff' is indebted Florida activities, with headQuarters -;erance of this purpose the / HIS ORGANIZATION.
chattal mOrmfa and rwalvarahtp to the defendant for In the __. .. ina metal aunolv business
A. L. CvnMla vi O rf Noble at uial berets and Canadian On this '
Joined 1,000 date
: Florida examined and
al raMlablbh laat daad $1,324 Dorr [ was / M It fecrery wufceulf cud IrmNene' men apeclel/i/nf In
'T l .... ..Corn Co Ina anal..., .to.. OrnnalCapiul dlitiletMurt soldiers under the command of County Solicitor Gordon Mac-, In I4U the Italian painter' jectively evaluated' Opinions ..... Ie" en4 Amariae c....
f 01. Indian Gen. Prem Singh Gyanl Raphael was born. advice of potential
Ordara ttiarm Irish Swedish and Finnish Calla, who used the term In 1942 Allied tow. solicited. Al ... led e toed, ., 25 piers ..,.rI.nc. f* PIle work, I .l
Fadaral National Morliaaa Ann, ate. "fraud" In describing the alleged commando forces were ..'.....
them I* L.
VI John A MrKnllht at fled i ,
derr.Inr.rle.ln marteaaa US. troops will enter the force within [operation of Smith, Thompson I raided St. Nazalre. France Oliveri" The present corporate Ob-r
1 &1.... .masse .1 and.Io..to.*illni.r"' .flnai Cvj, atvi the next two weeks, replacingsome and Cameron said Universal In 1943, the British 8th Army ba I at Bartow Air Base consists Dave .*4 Al Invite, ell kit, eM frlenrfe cod uifamera N"rembe"

meat Jor plalnnii1: ai.nejs.. .. iudi-.... of the British veterans. had paid Smith several thousand I broke the Mareth Line In Tunisia e n g I n executive and sales offices, 0 .* In t. lee dim el till, sew ....ti....
ortneu c Iblia auraryry. u seS ,. i "I very much hope the United ,dollars for fruit never delivered. upying 1,500 square feet and
for Nalntltt .. ..
ji:! : : In 1010ree_ Draiolna ...!
Ch.rlmbw 1edh, Nations neace-keenlnc force will Thompson would deliver fruit u. dustrial : .. warehouse providing I I DAVE LESNETT'S
r'r roierloaur.. a.ler: a ... flail .... receive full cooperation on the while Cameron was working on' ;;; edth'j invasion I control as they .. AI I square feet of usable floor area

JlAlbor' atrNrnn ... alcbtrC L. part of all concerned, so It may the scales, and the latter would IArthUr'n' the heart of the! may pertain to The warehouse is equipped with AUTO SERVICE, INC.

-frtrl''r: : Ysetoa ii U. effectively discharge the task add to the actual weight of the Philippines. Florida Indus HEBBARD complete handling equipment in Lakeland Ha.
Ill W. Parker St.
A. .1 Olbbo, ..1... OD' mali Woar eav.assigned to It by the security fruit MacCalla said. trial develop addition to racks and skids, designed I[ ,
stirs I.D :' Ion" Yorbo Ten Four mints, utilizing the broad engineering Telephone/ 33-3005
.f. mml.emgwn :.. Council Thant said Friday. Sheriff's Deputy Frank Mock years ago crew-_ for scratchproof handling
..tJ;,! ,: .tkrrre., Olsen. 'arllaatt_ "Special Appeal" who signed warrants for the arrest 'men were killed In a boiler explosion and manufacturing resources of all metals. I .
.COUNTY..., COUnT "I wish on this occasion to of all three men said they on the British troopship of Dorr-Oliver long a -

Donald. and' '..":.J'r.-: 4..nw, 'be'J:=.Paye. make a special appeal to the had raised the weight of the Empire Wlndrush northwest of leader In the field of chemical
w .'.. H..on 17. government of Cyprus and leaders fruit by some 15,000 to 20,000(Algiers. engineering.A .
Reese and TI Lola" "":.lr'f".r: : ,I'rel.: of all communities to exercise boxes during a period in which Five years sgo-The State Department registered professional engineer lUiwL 1lt..inIL JnJdal

Charles''.*n Edward Hneq Prv., U. L.to wale. the greatest restraint and oranges were selling for between accused Red China of Hebbard received his de- lJOJL fJj.
doe Charl.tte cared. t.rd.rwa. collaborate with the United Nations $5 and If per box. barbarous Intervention In converting gree as a chemical engineer I
r4eddl.Proo..roor.hddJ. Orll.'.. U. ._IL In the restoration of peace All three men are free under' Tibetan Institutions toj'cum laude, from lehigh, and
Let.'11I.. ... Para ".11"... n. and normal conditions $1,000 bond. I Communist ends. I oth_ his master's In chemistry
llfr. "Joe.leS.... :K Wlntaf
Only one minor incident was thinking DODD
se Bot" Loons atuahllall., :M UDiLhSL
wlnfer Haven. in Nicosia. Three Turkish
a"la >S I
fanaaeela. and
Janie.:tr-J: J7 flat -
t R..q Cypriot shepherds were
90. SPECIAiLast
.wlnbr.d.ado...I....."", JorN b..oisN.7.- briefly by Greek Cypriot EASTER ,

Jame Lak.. wbltlrl.b: N =. police. The Turkish Cypriots 1 18,000 SQ. FT. WAREHOUSE STOCK
ew L :t.: MtI3.'i' .were picked up rear a point;!
Pest;;,55,15 raw called Pork Chop Hill while Can .
r. s.nano n s
DrU' :P"'wba.n;.: :; Robbsea sad 1't 1 I- nadlan troops were taking over C CAST TOOL & JIG PLATE e SHEETS

ty Arar ore from British paratroopers. The 3 DaysOFFER e FORGINGS TUBING
elute. A, asst ... Halt..a'iroM"r
60 British quickly secured release
15:Tuo7nb red, Thura.a tiaii-"' C rowa.' s *'UA.acUJlcll a of the three. PIPE & FITTINGS WIRE F

o d U. N. flags replaced Union I f PLATE WIRE ROPE
W a ales rwto. Pus" Jacks In most. camps and positions. ENDS MON., MAR. 30 x a
wiwvllSnlar7*.' **. Slakes.. .
0..,. H.bl> Dtili. .. a). aatcva. DIorI, TYPES OF METAL -
.bw..t ...... Buiaaa Karat*, ...... Many Skeptical Whether at home or on a picnic, try a '
Iraca H.bb Diike .< ... F"It's ALLOYS EXOTIC METALS
.j.,. .. Dau Clarion ao-atMalan rums.. uoSMAU. The change was greetedwarmly 1 ,, fi BRASS & COPPER
.. Fried '
CLAIM cover by most Turkish and bucketful of Kentucky Chicken. ALUMINUM STAINLESS STEEL

I.... Tonne"I vi"C'.DL.-'ID": .''M Greek Cypriots, but many adopted .
hint tarter .i. Hufui (moot. (TO M a walt-and-sea outlook. North America' Hospitality Dish"
H. s O.rd. ". ,
r Vs 1oIre 7 Jed
Semi :+tie Gyanf Issued orders of day DIRECT MILL REPRESENTATIVES FOR JALPASE '
tomes '
corps,. ....be Wor.Pelt. ConI t. amt ti instructing his men that their sea.,,. s
..7 30. be the interest f INC.BETHLEHEM.
alms would In
Kioll. Lane Cvrv. of I ... AITll. :
.lt.end..._and BaraA. Liv Tor._:.Ina.. VIruMla ,of preserving International STEEL COMPANY
o. w pe peace and security to preventthe Family Bucket Y ,
d taaU ..
J.mw J 1 rat Nr PS
Corp at UlMalid.: va. recurrence of fighting, and e PENN METAL COMPANY, INC.

takalanl Irvine Mova Ford, (Oa.IDt.. Ina. ... ..... to contribute to the maintenance 15 pieces Kentucky
awe, ,!. _I... and restoration of law and order REVERE COPPER & BRASS, INC.
fuel crows avinrd t. IM fried Chicken with
tatrland. .,n.ot Oa. Ina. ... BarrrBdoarda and a return to normal condi
NL. .. iIfj- roll. and gravy.Serves WALL TUBE & METAL PRODUCTS CO.
tatvland CMn .r Ca. tna. t T tions. ,
Brunaan dba. T. Brunmt ruurajfoTS,11 The> Canadians have said they 1Jf.7l : S to 7 hungry WIRE ROPE CORPORATION OF AMERICA .
/a? ... "
Ca. B T. BnaklForur would fire if fired upon the people.
Paint da. ... Cbarlat Olbacao310 same orders as the British bad i WOLVERINE TUBE _

M r Tonllnia Ce. ... Urn Cnanlnl- Sir Arthur Dark, retiring British
r-J 3a,.:U. '-. p.rot's IU. high commissioner i said in astatement 50Reg. 8,000 SQ. FT. HOT & COLD ROLLED CARBON STEEL AREA
Crag a Bun .a. Uod Pile peacekeeping !
that the British
or.'e:."...IM ... Barr r BMdweUnj role on the Island was' 3 COMPLETE CUTTING, SHEARING & BURNING FACILITIES

IO Opaba.. Ina.. .., B. .,,.". :not appreciated by the Cyprlots r [
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WALTER A. DODD Certified Metals/ Corporation

CITRUS GROVE FOR SALE Oven T Deyt M... thro Tkr. It .... to f S... Bartow Air Bat

M. Ser., S... 11 e... to t ,... Building 204

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Moiling Address P. 0. Box 1483 a Winter Haven, Florida

c.rfll.wI/ ,erred metals In mf type sr turn tVartkevie er mill' eveafffsiumt

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constantly searching for the best values available and the finest quality. 't earn us MAJOR DISCOUNTS and by hauling DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY
They must always keep in mind the needs and demands of the consumer. II+ (In our own trucks SAVES MANY DOLLARS IN FREIGHT CHARGES These

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represent the Best Dollar Value to our customers. Stop in any Badcock I. : ishings and by far,better quality merchandise for every dollar spent.
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Is knowing that every purchase from Badcock's backed by our A' located in your community, but also maintains his home, is interested Instatement
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sell but satisfaction
we we assure our customers complete on every
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LAKELAND: LEDGER. Saturday, March 21..I.--I!
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Let's Play Bridge A HAIRCUT T ''tt>t HAIR Is PRi7TY U i9w. 'IW\Ue ABIE'ip II1'ttN CrLitN


PORTLAND, Ore.-Th team defense. West shifted to the'
that won the Vanderbilt Cup diamond Jack, which was won: fi.u fi I

contest was no doubt the belt with dummy's queen, South I .tfvVn.. .
In the event. led a low heart from dummyand 4 ..

Howard Schenken, leader of l finessed the seven success
the team, and Peter Leventritt fully. A club ruff in dummy .r

both of New York City,, established South'i fifth club, +1a >
are a well-established pair withI and the lead of dummy's remaining TWHINDA *VREOTH'UX IVJOO'tEDOFK 22 RIDIN'Hppq E2CEPT HIM 50 FA5CIMATLD

I fine international record. trump was declsiv BEDTIME STORIES ) RIDIMQWHATTi GAS SDITIOWS IN ONE FOR H I5 FINK OP'A DY NO GAL,
and Robert Hamman, Van NORTH ( i 536 1 T 4 POLICE MRS
Nuys are young Californiani Q 101 r Y RtONDLOCp t4
I who recently' woe the right to VIM 1 : ,rVi

i 1' 11:11 I
I represent the United States in 4) QIIU = e ,
I the World Olympiad which begins a 10
I in New York on May 1. WEST EAST P

I Lew Math and Eddie Kantar 4AKJ76 AISJlVJJ a w1' ; /. w eI
1 both of Los Angeles are great r Alai
1 individual player KJ10T 4 II IR

I They won their matches In 64 4Q532SOUTH .
the final round'robin by sub (D)

nstantial margins, beating Bpay A 4VKQ7S1 aJa e /I t 'lttas. ec arses
Becker's team by 46 international
match points, andJon AS

Oakie's team by 41 "AKJII 1 V+4 6 9 MR. TRACY AND I WHAT AR5 Twosg MOOM MAIL WEVB SHJCNtO
| At one time in the round Neither tide was vulnerable WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A JOKERS UP TO YOU VISIT WERft BUT WB
henken squad might achieve S STANDING AROUND
,!'iM rare feat of winning the IV 2. Pan 3. ; OUT HERE? 1 1, ', ,
reljmlnatton event without los- 44. Pass 4V DM. / eau
a match but they wen Pass Pas Pass
jig LUCY GETS INTO rOLITICS-Mr. MoeMy Gale Go...)
to Oakl,', Californian West led the sped king. ,, it'
foursome In the semi-final nut fw city e* mhr, cad lacy (L.c... len cad VTrta. (Vl 4eiiVence

t" after leading by 23 at half The defense could only snake ) help" ... e* a r.Hy ........ by SnnlUi. else keel, enne

[time. the heart ace. Lacy S...." WeJuextoy .t IJO p.m. e* al.'" 1}.,

Crucial Hand Shown The whining defense I* exceptionally .

When one board remained difficult West rinse.,, v-i
be played the Oaki team needed to shift to a trump at Ha1.w fiat...
the second trick. This would
by 2 points although the
solve the problem of the trump -3
player, of course, did not
Know this. The deal I* shown suit for South but leave him The
loser each suit y
with one In
in the diagram. The simplest way I II for Westto /HOW MUCH A BIG, TEN DAYS
).fathe, playing West made I DID i OFF FER 6000
lead a low trump so that I SHORE BEAT FATTEN DOLLERS3 t
art. Intermediate jump overcall East Cia win and play a second : Stars OL't7EDGS POTTER HONEY P? >> BEHflVIN'NEXT ,
'. of two spades, and East, trump. It West shifts to d PLAYIN' CARDS X GIT HAULED INMFiTF1AMtWT

!Kantarr, raised to three spades the heart Jack. East must .fig
,la'order to make life harder TQNIGHT.MAW- !
t ruff
duck. If South then two
fojr South. Douglas Drugy. clubs In dummy h* must lose Impel b C
Sa* Francisco. Not unnaturally >
well diamond
two trumps at as a
South was not prepared to be trick Iltf II'
.shut out of the auction. He : 'n"II
ventured four clubs. North The result was that Drury By Carroll Right. F :
gage a preference to four made his contract and the a

heart, and East made a sporting Oaki team won the matchby G..i1aJ. -
double. 12 points If the contract
lad failed Schenken's team
first trick ,
After winning the ,
would have the match
won by
with the spade king Mathe J: points. SATURDAY, MARCH M, 1N4 tober 22) Stop procrastinating

""i had a major problem as any _._.-. GENERAL TENDENOESl A and ask directly for whatever LIEUTENANT PARKS AND THANK IpThANIERECOVERA AND E1sNELLDEABLETOCIEAR
liable lose
continuation was to ''I
I NEW POLISH COIN Saturday when find it It II you want from others now /t.CROYDENAREDOWNSTAIRS YpUf hIEDOESN't;
a, trick for the defense. He you pee.Bible RN IINClaDRWIRII&NC REX WNTINQ DRMOR6AN/ MtUEUTENANT!
You have fine ideas-put themto N r
to get along much better TNOENNwtiAt
en hardly be blamed for lead WARSAW Poland (APRedruled )-
work. You
with other by doing the little can charm other.easily.
I the spade ace at the see I Poland U minting anew I
4 trick. II it seemed that I 10-iloty coin showing the things that they appreciate and r t
jimrey could not be entered t rowned head of 14th century value by considering the other SCORPIO (October 23: to November

Ickly to give South a dls-1 King Kazlmten the Great, .a fellow in whatever you do. 21) Quiet pleasure are se;''
Strong bond of devotion can be best today away from the hub
rd on tIe spade queen. South I oman Catholic who started O
med the tpada ace, and led I Wish coinage and once built up by your own actions In bub of teeming humanity. Firs ,YrlpteASS..i
tf tie ace king and low club 'whipped the Russians. The being generous right now. settle any argument wit
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) others. Study whatever may be r
Math* ruffed with the heart April 15 coin issue commemorates -
jack and was in trouble the BOOth anniversary It la up to you to show persons somewhat puzzling to you.
.t.l of t Krakow' JagellonlanfuVerslry. you like that you enjoy their SAGITTARIUS (November 22
1'.At' this point there was no 1 company now. Reach a point of to December 21) Any pal you
undentallC lll. Thea plan to, have not seen for some time I
work or play together m fleas, should be enjoyed today at social
r Television ProgramsTHIS accord, with purpose. meeting. One very, dose
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)' friend has fine idea for you 1 HER! s T.Axle MUSr see wlnatsart ,
MORNING You and co-workers should get advancement Listen with care THAT MAPttt HQAPHHM wa tHOlPMT MMIw ; 3 3UST REMSMOCI5EDj IL TAKa MOeDIDNT
your head together BOW so that CAPRICORN (December 22 ft TERRIBLY UPSET... I tar MM MOTHER VMITSIKW5T9 .. Kltl NY FATHER! 1R7uR n00M1

W.o.TV"",..,.. t/w i,., _WPTV.... T. .Nee.N output of work become greater to January 20) You can achieve PR.WUW.CM SeeiNfl! \.6/1Eb* N4 KEN THfi MOTHER keWTEP UFTws EVER l
eh.t fN
e Oh.nr..1 a ce.nwN. and more efficient Then you greater success In your careerif

:;- =:= w::::: t =:::; =:' tomm ?aria == ,'get result you want around you concentrate on whatever
:: "' arM..M .111. a..rN M.L M.-y *..M. the home. lie understanding. ,. will further it BOW. Don't take
II .._ N.w.1. N
"" 1111. a.wN 15.1. M.- M
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) chance with credit. See thepeople
:N-Ahrla .M._ !bw INW .w M m: Mw..rr 4$. :M. Yoq may have to forget certain who are busy during I
? .. .
.:_TMn., 9__ ?_-"w, m_* W fi) CuiMnM up riiKi"iM >.* _T..ft. vnM personal desire today fas order workday
r.--: ":; ;; ""*. ._ *. ***>*> l01I '.. to spend Urn with loved *n.. AQUARIUS (January 210
_""" *SL. ikwir**" a--1"" fc.'A.'iEJMUM B* creative. You eaa enjoy February U) If you pay particular -
ffiL: : HrO.llI : :t :t:::wM M.hw: =w1 hobble during spar time, attention to missives
Tin .. 0..._ 0_ :'.. ?!.. is. be In P.M. from distance froma
i I till 0.,. = which may a or person
,IIIN-eve 1: TM e........ wr- =_riEi" ::_= MOON CHILDREN (June 22 different walk of life fin
uw-ew s. to July 21) You have much interest Benefits are in store for you'ollow

in the horn DOW and you new and proven course.
Ra should direct: your energies toward PISCES (February 20 to
NANCE'S Sorrv&eMOTOROLA : Improvement Get the March 20) Some time spent It ,
gadget or furniture that you collection end disbursements. tLMo

-- need, too. Be artistic yet prac JOnI over accounts I* wls*,in
A.M. Later loved one I* more t
TV 0 STEREO 0 RADIO O. COLOR TV OLEO (July 21 to August 21) amenable to your suggestions f

Complete. Line el Motorola Any report you need to finish B* fair, yet firm. As2 Tlr4D
Home Entertainment Equipment should be taken care of in A.1y3. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN
k 102 W. LEMON LAKELAND U2444S Step out later and visit with TODAY h* or she will soon A"f

those you like. Shop for whatever want to get along well with
will make life easier for those around and truly understand 1 1I 1NOTONb
.r '
THIS AFTERNOON you In the future. what their thought are,

"-SBS stKrts :rs": ; K5q: i VIRGO (August 22 to September so you would do well to give
.NAM- VMlKiwwt ( ) ..>M.M Vw _. 22) A sew too to your surrounding course In psychology, philosophy
..-.. vxi n t .YIIwoos. H"" .. ""04 OeNN. v'a n-t_- will make It more and the like which will

Ia-N...*. s a*..<%.:<< N MMScMm mFlMl valuable as well a* comfortablenow. make your progeny a leader

_JO-MwN.L-MN fMIM/MtiM WmUMH WrMlHin_ Ov OMrl H ii4 it4 Tm TxlltcnnM (_ Be sure your bills are among fellow men. with a constructive ---
N-M.r s ...5'iNIM W. .tlIM Tt'ollWII' paid. Have you asked for purpose in mind.
raa !l t:= NTI.fe..w....IMW. e... '. .5..04 'oaI' monies that are owed to you? Otherwise, the fin ability here rutxrta DEtiE-1 .ottEPf
.... LIBRA (September 23 to Oe- I Ia lost_en the unimportant X U lit MID WE NAD 86 it01
N-.wNM NhTNY, eNe J.MNIaa..11M I-nt fora MLARdd*. PU. STOP AT DANE a? lift UNfS COWl .IOtb
,, fly
lsIn.. NI-TO- .teal TawR 0.45 eS = TFI 3011 FOUND MC 50DUR PUKE Wit M i SETTER 6ET BUSY ON .
sM_ SrN tMI Th w C Annual Kiwanis Talent 10 10RINd TtU AROIiNDFTtigN00N,MKS I IiItLtn ltfE* A OUICRVced
1.s-e.N .. a-w .....15.11 Ntt OR WWKVtt XXI TOLD WWCONI lASAUt., V*
a-W.... Thr= 1.N !e
:. IrMN.. .... TM. -DO YOU JItttWAKT '
....aO.Nu..N ... a-W a-W .. .5N TM.. .S... -.. Show Slated In Haven I' 05 B DOJWl JCENE ONWBEoSuJE
M-M..r W...... P5. Wsnw S.55 : .... 1A' n HOT
www w.c.MY w.. CN .. 1a.IW TO Bt BOOTED
a.. JM..wy sv5e$ ams ... aT1L WINTER HAVEN The set their help m show production.Show O / CUT OF Hit CIA55,
enth annual Kiwanis talent show proceed go Into a KI C -UNDERSTAND?

set for Friday night, April I, waste community service proJ-
SERVICE at Nora Mayo Hall. will feature ect fund chiefly for youth benefits.
RADIO-DIS'ATOIED a cannibal village with oversized Turner said. .,, J

Near At Your Phone masks and palm trees Other Khranlannet who are
with the master of ceremonies helping include: Mrs. Dexter .0
e TV SIMM C .... a C.U. TV StMMbHIxeert forward
J.rrl escaping from a boiling cauldron ,James W. Cray Jr., hospitality;i

.NITE & DAY TV to emcee the U act to be presented. 'and Mrs. Angelo Faaari, MrsCarl 1bUR RENTitD flow L.A* TV .
.. Strang. Mn. David Lyons; AIRLANi.ra I % tO.Mtt.y fcXWt/CCl/ .CAMWN TUB INTCtLI iNCi PfOPtS IN IMC NSXT-POOH COUNTRY AX*
Open 8 AJv9 PX. f >.n. S217 Set designer this year U again Mrs. Claude Ridley; Mrs Richard 1. erns 1UR AND YOURRSLOGTAttT WOULD son scour/-I WILL ONLY SA I AISXTIO syron UNPW6WUNP...' -
Mrs. Larry Dantzler Mrs Daa Ktrk-
Mrs. Charle Denting. ; Pt avTO oUA; PAfaNOR UU MATTMM / A MR..YESR IS 555540 AMCRIUNe M ONaI
TONIGHT Houser wife of the Kiwanlaam patrick; Mrs. Cordon N.WLY CVOs' PIDWN McanHie MIseoMMs aimaa '8 aseonARY
chart of staging, directed shlmer; Mrs. Bob Turner Eyc.1 1 PSNDCN1' N.I5Ns0Rtt I ?OSr N A e a AIR eTUpin os. Tas Cw.roecs .
._ M.s SII N..m out aPtue ...
co1.ONi. igituANT
in memdcaI
I'1.. about two ICOn Kiwanlan Cliff Ryan: Mrs. Jim ;
U I.I.noN.w.s .......--- P-
I 4S-N.Po. I" ahrM..N eYY L."d bringing together the Ingredients Mrs. Norton Agey and Mrs
'N-ah.Mrr I.Mu.wd t: NYr1:: Jt: Po: fwthle.w. f'.5 for an attractive backdrop to George Partin Jr, r I
.. .w..tl.M f.
I 1.N-J.a.;N-J-.N.me:. eI .-w Th.TM L.w5.L.w1M.M: =:::: =:: := the General act*. Chairman Bob Turner mittee chairmen. aUbcom-l 1 I <- II IIf.

.-.,...... .= ;'" ..Y..w.n.a.w-" 1...e.s ...: .Naas.IrM praised the Klwanl wives for 0 x} '/ I'I
.:. -
Iar.N. .:. Jaw .='r.t U.W1.. O. .a... 'w I ra1
.._-__ Mar ..-. r L.WNM OdanM. Mrs. KennedyTaking

:.= = t= 5. == Negro Singer r rYJIM

.:.=4 ::= :wr:: M !qtr15.1 = ChildrenTo

= e::= == .rw-wins.. ... Says White Mate'Inconsiderate'
liii= .
I. .s-.Yw..wM. -.. UUMin. ==. Ski Resort
u_ N-.o'r.' p0B NB rnn tfouNA aT TH1saPuauails0

::::E: E.. ita 5: = SANTA MONICA. Calif. (AP) noW Vt. (APX-Mn. John saerts, AeAN9a AtWArtsYrRRrrS tT LIW MY!

.._..': !. ......b-.;;:- -Negro actress-singer Eartha F. Kennedy and her two children at rcUe '} e # S THE
,.. 5.'w PunldiW to a15tl.w.Announcing Dtt won *n uneootested dl- are la Stowe. Vt.. for a EetC.Ka YETI ,
rorc from Beverly Kin accountant weekend of skiing. TH 7,
William O. McDon For Caroling f. and John WWRtTf C eh118

aid. Jr...J, the late president's chil: THAT GuT IH i
Till OPINING Of Miss KItt. 38, wept on the dean It was believed to be their BLIVGC AND :

Howard's Radio & TV stand In Superior Court Thursday first visit to a as she said McDonald, 32. r r
412 IONCFIUOW IIYB..M PH. .l 1-1179 who I* white, was inconsiderateof HaHey's Comet last seen In

.. >n en All M.... Irk*, .hi rear Set. her m public and with 1(10 and due to return In 19M,
5 MW.li TV i IU4l eAN I Wends. The couple married baa a history of recorded appearances
Week awn.h.l taw 11% Pin fen flit I June 1.1960 t'l a* far back si 249, V

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LOOT ABOUT 10 dare see parakoot PREMUI farm
THE TELEV151OM ttirauoM klaa, lUM rMknrk.ad > olotlm Armlr Uran.Cl'. v.
Ilowar S10. Call *{-t01Psrtonal era S44 Saul PtorMa .


S i5 Ivy SILL *U4 tooltl HIM a.
....110. e...... Dial Ml S-43M
t for MtlmaU. c.n.....* H.,..,.... WATCHMAKER

(4zpAAN'S'LfT7FR CCCtnTTER .2..841.boUlbL .AI"" .... 107 1.05 LtmI f. Jewelry Department

ton' SUP com mop IM
Ch Aol Road. Mo-ooia. Dr* Supervisor
110" ... Ittd.P........ olio aonra
Au.til.a ..,41551..a.. oornloM
rod sod iMtAllatioB. rluodrod. t Jewelry Salesladies
ol ....p).. to tbooM IrorjnonUii

CKIUII'nAN lI 0. s.1.01ot hoe., ((2))
apes. ..- 5550.505 .,_ 51
R R MR, -trYAlRAYRYMN'RS, --7NfN 111. a 540 01 5000 PAt1.0Aa1901. lit
WN.KtR9e.t20 SWAMP ,W70 777, Permanent work in! large

Jt14 E--7D 754[ 4YT IP170OS77fYRAzr'MCwitEY AUTO 1JfIl1lLlNC& IM N ?;: local retail department '

rI + ITRtA7 SWAMP'Fo .Id.., eo Io.ur.....' "Ibl. store. Watchmaker must be
oi 7OIEAN et.VL- to IIU 1-1411
,c r e- p"r Call experienced In all makes.

POLK Coming loon, 'Kissln' Cousins,' with Elvis Prei- : Florid.Dooy'a OoiD PAORXCS 0,$, :1In.o:::ii GOOD PAY BENEFITS

ley, Pam Austin, Cynthia Pepper and Glenda FarrelL P.Ih._ lOt .... ......, .11. ATMOSPHERE

VI''IMnksrFAq Arthna aad Mar Pimr. PrwdciBoaitratloa. STATE
I. K.ao.)-DltIrlbuUr -
B A LEI: pletur and Pliol Irtn- 815 East Lemon Street
In.. MoatoaabU. Ul Las BoulihDrln

a polo SALT I.u. .P'". 0.t.. P00... 53 Wanted Female.
tale 50000". LAklAsd Momorlal
m.iACTsrsM /!
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D O.d M0 a.3439 aftor .
wAITRW "AIfTBDo ... II ..
jomnUTT 31, 'n WM M50.3 nomauA.
S ban *ur part &-* LADIES EAR a ..* .... 10.nom. .
MAY U IoIOlfD'1l STIAK: 50005wuNoaw0rr5R A Sod "Dor pliuut nrkoondltloni .
I CAM TAtk 1b BAVBITTkonMI : 1.0 at too .'ID. time
B& Use I WoVe
u Cra/ lw.h deai.r. PHI
SMARTEST ANT /M THE b. DANCDia (aturdar :
THE HIGHEST INTEULECTUAUS: et D.r. '.. For tunh00 le.termoO0 .
EMcuan( SENse 'n): KEEP oiihu to la
5511 000.0040 fIESoow '
MY MOUTH 91ur. 0
B.U r pboao lor our rawrratlouC
14081 WANTSD CURB .Ir,. II.. M !l.
Chain II DrI..1&, 1IIe: II..
b '' HAT CLABaia. To_... Wade_ T...... Hllb....
"... :IruUruotor, McCUla Bupt.baU WAITRKIM AND ouwrlMMio dareook.
_.It, D dr'. PMir.. Appir 111 paraoa, 1037 _.
9031 Worm nods, *..."74.Tntnipsftotlsn ...... M-WM.. 059.0060.SECRETARY.

K' IIOAJU, WITH _lot 5.old. ..
.... Call ..-..
::: T!'. A.

CROVE-Comlng soon 'Parli When It Sizzles/ with WII.j .. rJ. 7 Tb UrtMl phowh.t. onpui '
"" Uu ana bu Im0.541.t.
liam Holden and Audrey Hepburn. BOKKPLAOt Bli. do' mer for itn _...... wilt
OOlnO I t. S .... ....1_ athooalnlni
tho drinnAartlma aar plae*
FIRST POLICE FORCE r.-..-y ua-1&.... a'.. +cl M3-3043 .Ir II.ttpini.. lit..prolteloal. bat n.ac lahorthand. .

DRIVE-IN THEATRES On Aug. H. 1658, a "RattlWatch" LADY DBIVINO aoriliH, ..Op. _I. la all priam at toaualotfleo
arrrama, Butralo Haw tort Apr work Applicant about
of eight men was established '
OPEN ':JO-SHOW 7:10TONIGHT'S a. Mo Tak lady, HAS npaaoia.55 D'at la apptaraat sod ba.th .
THI NIGHT in the colony of New 11&04I37. 50055 ... Of IS and :M. COB.tact .
Amsterdam the first police GET YOUR TP/a5A/TAAAKE A ROW WHEN I CAM Bmplormont ._" 1_. I.
TO GO OUT TO A MOVICf national allow ChoailoalCorp.

force In America. fAtcT5 RIGHT- Q,2d tME LAST NIGHT-IT WAS THE PLOKK, BUILDING TRADES tow.,Florid Bouth. rum. Avaaua, ....

WHO CARRIED ME IN 14 Bvlldlng, Carpentering

CMLVI LAKELANDMARCH BOOFIHO, WINDOWS aluminumiidlu Medical Assistant
; ; II II JH porohot, riptln, atMrtloaa.
.... f BiotDut ptrmHual ppwtunltnodical ,
"" rtN (0 Bonthi t* par.
'ddiMYn0' 31 I ii iifa OontraotlDf Com.....'. IOMTOIPbono 10' auUlaal la doctorattlcaa. .
MU 1-1362. A. Slmaoraan. Flaw Wtll llTlniporlnu ...
P: : IT WILL BE LOCATION c MU d-ioaa. P. Saai.CARPINTER *, odiwtUoa, MOphooo Seal

Wabaik Ay.. BrtwMfi Highway MOld l : BLOCK and Bumbor' to P.O. lot: 14.
A ..l S Work. Florida nomt, Fro attaloa.
( Rw Track Oroimda F 1 f MU t-lSM. Ukiland.RICEPnOWBT.

GORYNIGHT Spon ro4 ( DA.V. ,
y I 5- 17 Exterminating : WANTED IdODlot
: olfln. MiM bo over 30.
No ..turd.... Writ Boll: P-34S.
Dwro Op.e $ Mw. 10,11.O.n.r.l Lkilar L.l.tr.

I dab OF AdmlW.n- """" TERMITESARE WANTED: A wbllo ........ torn.
/ C011dr.e loo AdulM I M
HORRORYou'll a..d d M 00. Ina.Rlht. / s..a,.. ono who ._. a bomi to lire la
sod tako oar ol .. ,,.. BOOB,
l SWARMING bo..d sod aao 5 50510 P64C
'IIIW512. P1.,5 Cltr Florid.
I -f Scream ,.. ,, : C ,;. -CALLUS-
$ 1;. > Ion SEASON IS HIM. Ut u 54 Help Wanted, Male
IT .. < ( "'... four below t* or"'.' la-
WONT Hnlt"Horror Ii-.. >> Vale of roaobot and an... Frleotan
I '. : 4 roomi. ill 10, S room NO BxrcmiHOI roouind:
I ; ... Trolling furnlibtd. all wblto, In..uranoo 64
: SIS 00 t room ...HTM, 7
i iLAKELAND ;. roomt.., "..... oPa la LakalaaiWANTEDl '".
$2000.CALL 51.01155 par 88100 055 0"t.Mw. .
t "lf0 lit SIOTnN, sod oteea Ass I
24 sod ... Phew 559.400: tVlInltr.
.. .. j. .1' : ...... .
; Whisk Chemical Co
ASSISTANT ....I Chambers i. '. .. AM Inipactor. Applr CliU SWIM of
No. 1 .. .". MU 6-1356 n... City HollCollege.

7:30 OfFaustus" CIRCUSSO .. ; ':. Student

21 Reefing Apply now for summer

I f. !.: '< .,/1 work earning opportunity
: .
-i ., LIP ...._... Mo- for $80 week for summe
1m Ola... Lumbor Camp.... *00 work, plus opportunity to
W Kola MU 0-9U1.
M.IMT 4M.y :31; 11 ALL n.. _1".DUot or .e.- win
f ''fil ...1aI roor. r.Nr.d mesa_. $1,000SCHOLARSHIP
1. "DR. McC51'. Motlw _d 5055M' ,
Nt. t I : }. ._ '..w .. .,. lUll W. OU.. II1J 0.1139. AWARD
50 EUROmN PlIFORMERt I Phone Tampa 229-7133 for

':30 BLOOD'S 50 ANIMALS ELEPHANTS DRIVE-IN Tomorrow through: Tuesday, SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN-Tomorrow through Tuesday, 24 Plotter StwtcHJHTERIMO. personal Interview.

,0// $508,001 C.pltaI-SZ,50D! tiltj Eipini Man's Favorite Sport: ,* with Rock Hudson: and Paula: Prentisa.Mao Walt Disney's 'Legend of Lobo.' Also showing, 'Four for ,. PATCIUNO 1.50 WANTED APPLICANTS for l_-
COFFIN"t toll"" AlUraHou sod addltloat tlo. at AMlitant 101101111 _
showing, 'Lonely Are the Brave with Kirk Texas with Frank Sinatra. 10.
Douglas. Fno Mtlmatoi. Uoawod. Jolt Tolna ... Apply dfU ....... Offlo,
I MO 3-03. I Cltf Mall

''AT THE THEATERS BUSINESS SERVICE i on COMPANY... at BOKU..-.te.lint itlloamaaMfra 11II1 ROM 1 WIIIS1U 1 0
and aMlvtant Biana*.r*
t I wM I. la T__ ... Pttmbun. Ct...*
i USt onM ta* FILMLAND. DIIIV'-'" 27 A "CABINET .. 0 Todaf ."Rio Hrato, "Th* Quid Maa"Todart toe alary, froo baipltallaatloBand ,
..............,tiInpII J 1.oC ....d. 01, Iwe Jim.". t. WCOMB TAX bookkotpUii.. Tour tits InnlruM, ....110. aaooraaiMon ..
No. ) NOT since( 0 saOV TN"T".... bom or air .,n.., a* ..U A plaa plat oOur oomptar .
11:00 OF DR. TKor Walk.LAKILAND .barra Dart and ._10" 'u ll bmoflU. Must bo bondabl.
WALT DISNEY harnessed 0 DBIVI IN 10 PM. Fait aorarato avnteJanM .. writ Box 1'W...""" bod
T54.n Cinlnrt at Dr Call......,." "Dr 5. Blub, 111 S''............ '
Blood. Coffin and "is. .. Ch.mt5.
the incredible talents NATIONAL CONCERN: null M
of THIATIH : INCOME tal aadtrpini urllr naa, .....1.... a.d.d.
Todir "'I'ho Inrndiul. Mr LImpS Mntloo. IVawaibl raiot. Aio onr 11 Oood ....,11t, tub.
The ABSENT MINDED BOXY THIATIB IN....) S to S PM., MU S-MU. lUatlol alarr. ad.anw*Bl for
TodtT: Jumto and Lait Trala from rliht _.... Writ Boll: F-143
r Ou0 Hill"SILVUR 30 Parlors Lab.I.." Udtor.
Todar: -.!\ from, 0.115010, **1%. .ROUT MAN Per Lakilaad aroa
: Ulk"tAUBUHNUALE CLA" IlIUoIITY IIIIoa 500wMt oa radar ..._...
1 Polk County Folks c emMMWSA CITIp.. ON. LNht..s. Oas 101 MMArr154.. ..* U..., oar and
s -Auburn: Juon sod sMIN .13.. ... for ...... 500 wwk wrlltaa mara
O.nlllo..r 0. ArionauU" aad 1114 M Cla Oarl e4 IIU I-dPl0. 1..apeon.I* ....,.. OoBBlMlom kUbarit .
LAUGHEDThe AVBURNDA1-- ess-e..e.
Olrta. Olrla, Olrla' -4"1Ta&"lo'; 35 KlsjdergartesjNttneryATTENTtOM
1.h.' Mln.' W. are N ... _........ 'Ira
Vint ,A... Showlnf AVON CI KK-. ...Y. "kriMulmitiirai ..
sad I.
1 Se looSlol a SUE I.
: .
of M.rlln WORUHO Bwtbon
JOOM' ud $:Yaw MiaARTOW
THE QQV D twrt? New Modora aar .... ooaloropoalu and otunawr for on? no"'...
':50 ft 12:301EALVESIDN itd .. .
-OuMoort .... Partr" aad oa aoulbildo ladltlduituntloa. al and oommorelal biatlni and
'e and "Bum,... Holldar" Sae .nd fonetd ..IT s.aondlUonln doparUMal. R.r.aa .
., RAINES CITY-1* Hainan "Mliiadv.nturw r Io opaoruialtr for tho rub
MANFROM C) ,ar". a>,.. ., Sonth PI.rld.A. A
of M rlu> JOBM' and ''T5-. ,,
Long! .... m. 51 t.ell.b bl..1t sod
l LAKcnrALE8rBtato .d 183 111"10. to ... ...,. .... 45 ..ANIIM
1 "Mall OrdiBrld ........,.
50. Wilts Boll I'241. -
and ll t. of.Ii! 8 >on. 36 Lawnmewen A sank .
fl .,, : i PLANT CITT-C.pltol.I Olrl. Girl. L. ,_ 1A4I..
oil!""D;.::::... Hnoll" and I'FollowTh. AUOAIRa ON all ._ '..omo..
.. art ed .asS ...'- Pt05 eEa1. .
PLAN 'CtInd. org
itrrn HUNTS CCCY-S"Roe_." "1tJtIWINTER N .tM1rL 0051. ".10 MAINTENANCE
> and
,' 11:1.: .101 SKI "...1101IIa A".
\J *UO AT S4I ONLY KAva IUU ". Tlnr FILMLAND DRIVE-IN-Tomorrow through Tuesday, 'Sun- Pt,,. II1J 1-<<301. ELECTRICIAN
I Wtlki"W1NTKR
.AV'IN-Ra. DaI" ..",. day In New York' with Jane Fonda and Cliff Robertson. Also 31 Mattrns tenevstlitt

/ S1ilBtiKl 8 1 N RU l ll AI _:and;: ':'A._ _I showing 'Strangers When We Meet' with Kim Novak. I MAlTRitiS 5IrVIee.JlXNOVAHMa... MatroeO'Or. _0.am ..I&0W -- For CitrusProcessing Firm

--- -- Ph.,. 54041.

l W HJTIIECARETAKERS I T -WellsPwmps-'- MUST BE experienced on

I JOHNSON INVITED Io "ONTOO""Y War4 "rID all equipment In large modern
I Polo wail Md IoAall test n.elo w
f AND AT Ian ONLY NORFOLK, Va. (AP)-President Da to 90 Boalb* M aar. I plant. Including control
Ph.5a am 1-1I103 I panel. Age open, but must
Johnson has been Invited
SEPTEMBER" IncredibleMr.Limpet I EMPLOYMENT pass company physical Ap

'IX R..64 M 04. to pay a'visit to a meeting of :ply Florida State Employment

0' Mw1M L.Ia L.II..I"' the National Committee of the 52 Holy Wonttd I Service. SIS East

\, I"I Young Democratic Clubs of ]Lemon, Lakeland.

ass II America to be held here April
PERSON 2] to
M. WHrfH 0.eolor54 eat or NU_
/ LAIT Edgar A. Culverhouse of Virginia 41 years of age. Experienced mOD'wort eve 10' ".11.... ...d seer
Caa uoo baadleap ass or
In office work
II'TI A WARNER IROTHIRS Beach, state YDC president filing. 0. _lot tocontr. AIM ass for
I typing bookkeeping and I .lai and Pad work i 550.5part.
PICTURE IN said no definite reply hasbeen .155015w, R.t.nOe rlnt
1 Direct : : received from the White Woman preferred I fa.nt. Hot NU. L4Nad
TECHNICOLORSTARRING I Houe.v would consider man Must I """'

Prim The have good personality for 'ANTED.;: LICENSED tool ottatoutanu.

IlgBIG UnelaterDON .. .11 dealing with tenants. Posl or mat .booUoat... BackM opportaaltr N N..
t BIGJOHN'S HILARIOUS ---- -,3.\ ton bonded. Eight hours a uoaal adnrttolat. Mon ......
World \'.' ,' I thaa .11.-. N* d hMM Cs). Mar.a .
KNOTTS day days a week m..rabolham, Bali iu> Boat.MM .
Premier Write P. O. Box 1009, lake '". .2.2H1

I' IN CAROL COOK At land. PDT..-.CONTROL.....,.....*aoeaiun tmnlt. Bab.*.

ANDREW DUGGAN ... plui OMBUHHOB. BrueoT.mil.ill. .
TOWNIJONN 3231 N..r Aubaradal m ..
j JACK WISTON WEEKI .... 11'... 10004635.t >

WAYNE : WACHEE AM City Employment t
.IF "iljtV WOOS N was 5o. I
Tee CAmtEV ,
Ne006 Sad 5. MALE
Won.. L.a PARENTS VX / =* kr A*. : o'FO"'roiirrfaamutod
5-4050000 ........
oeY Y MAGAZINE u TNUII. o a. ...... Mwaer 410055 IIIaoIII__ aloe WOSALT 'LAity A
Y SPECIAL PRaY SM Midi, m.,1 ...... TIn ta"1oa .... LIaItRAL: 50505a
TV Mow.**. A... "lID ewe .
Oratnn. .
COLOR vJ.l L .. 'ep;,/o '. I N Plnum ......... "......., 1... Be with a oonpaat
"Rio Bravo"'III Aw LL ,. M.r05ad. Too,... dos aiKbaal. and *.- that ofltrt ulnum ._.....
5.Aar. No.. Uroda _..... Ito for a ........., aad prallb
1Ee.a1, 110." _.. 5055 bio same Caa ro. 'aallf>t
1- oIottno.,... ai0UIEso. L RUh lebool odaoatloa w 005155
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00550 a5t.1 SIOSL

IN COLOR }' 5"rTNRY ..00000505.... ......,..a..1II1e.", ItIIoboa, ......a.. .. Htal -....

TNI 4sdsY. asr. ............, P5Pa X Car la wed aoadKloB--(n* t*
+ QUIET ATmod' 04.400. trawl -.. I* ........

.... MAN SOwNtOwM : It .5 05.00, .
7.0 WIll -*
CONTINUOUSLY FOR 15 YEARS WITH THE FINEST "' ...., AMitaat 55... assa.r. 17145100 55 ,11II MP.S. .
a4s05. .01, 110".11.. _
IntW M* ta* Mae *t Mi* PLUNK Nod IN ITALIAN AND AMERICAN FOODS &u7. Caoto,... cno" ....... .. eo.. .
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movta an '
OF STROLLO'S AOw6..Ot. ____ C.5A.e, too s.. l* IM .ak
+ RESTAURANT Oeot.Is. asHLRoom 77054 ass,. ..kora, Florida atalo Xaplomml otflo

t .11 IWO JIMA 1295 I. Male "Jenr/Bf for Fsvsrift' CscltaHs Ts.r ,II. 6t3-4tii SIS U la> t L.... ......
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S WB STATE hamtdliM apnlBai. let: .ISAUB opRorBunr In.mt = GEM TBS LH5HTBALU Huvi Yiinawa1es FORBAGlWTOrWINO. 129 Fvrnhntd 133 Mobil Homn
,w. (I) amhltunu, mt mm .k*.. '... nailnd Locil norlapeo flgaUNP US, BUT a mr eoos VWKSUSOFFO'HEREfMERCHANDISE Apar.nt
'WMB Uw altt el 11 ud 4*, ..... for fund ntttai Mlut '" RIQHT HERS ITWPARKERM 0. 60Mg OU8.PY !
I WHO an lBtnt IB ...,.. UII ., Kho.li. .thltl* ......... b.ndchurchH _ CHEERFUL THRU mt a room
to 10,800 C let. DII. lop "I.. sod sItu oninliittoni, SVERf '''D''o' N..Uki HoMlnn.Adulti .
t, .beu41le. ultb p.41 Cocutti It.d.. PIIII 10* oonalMloB tat UrrtMIT __ I O11 II. onlr HIT ...t Free Rent. .
thu OII.'b detiur. Ap.Pt .. aroMcthm. Bultnei NthlUlwd 7ltlrOs503JlOl.LOV1LY ,
II I. PetSO to M,. O. O. H.,... IB .'.. No objMtloa toBMMoafltetUii TWO badroom duplik I Free
f North Plorlda A_.., ".110.. iBtHMt 0.55 or month MO p 1131ftir&IMiid ,I Towing. .

Writ Mil dlUUi M *>E M 171Lakllud .rrthloI IB group

LadlirLETTER : *121 WetS IU .ADD. .I Plorlda moet "
MECHANICAL t. .. 415 'c.r. 553.4775. 0" lodirs .01. park "I

ENGINEER ; WO iparUriint, Diet.furnlihMl 1'
FROM THE P wrr reaMnabli Ap.PIP : M ..I.8. rineh todar
OIJAfiUATI MVCHAWICAL WCirtfBK .- 1331 SoUth Florid or tilt all oIly ma rows

itrtn MINlNa POUR OPCRATtON. will offer I carefully .,1 iat. mumc TWO*. IsIS room. *mrkiniMI Q Hit, ALL NE

I1ENCI IN MAIXTBIANCB TIARB ixra RE- selected few 21-35, $100 per 213. Writ bus.Clnnon Duulind tit.Mil, Drive Out

C PAIR WORK LARGE COMPLEX week VI. commission, guaranteed


A RB. free medical Iniurance 507 East
INTEHEIT IN an obtainable Incen. SI Work Wontod *4 School 1 97 Articles For Salt-Mitt: lOt Pluses ft Mmlcel hit. 121 Mobil Homti "I.hld ., n'.ml..1d Podo.oretod. .

THESE P1KLDR PtRUANtW08ITIOW this program, and your au N... 'I"h. 0oISmpot Week
WITH EXCELLENT D N T A L ASSISTANT Etperlncd AIR CONDmONINCI P.5,107.sIlo. AUTO OLASS and door rep.tr,: ...ullful 1., .5. Spa
OPPORTVNITtBIORAD.ANCKMEWT to expenses I Mat. ,.,..*._. WlehMpnmuinl ... 050401. W. 1,11. P0U.Writ. ,. -.r.. For Ire* HER I Is,!. bidroomi. Til.f.>.. T. New
WITH A LARGE _lIn. CaU MU 1- CVDIm..loI Trod.. 1n.1I., .ill In.IIII. Ill Olima" THE : ONE ONLY ,,room. 171 partlr furnlihrd or 50 10' ROYCRAFT
CHEMICAL COMPANY LOCATED la return I expect 100%!3113. 101., 105 II..... LskLs.d lad-, 10 CII w.d l.rl unlurnuned C.ll T R. Tuck x
COMMBNBURATB WITH CDUCA effort fix days a week per.tormance DVELY HOMB for eeml Inealld ORCHESTRA CONTROL NEW 50'xlO' $4995

ION AND EXPERIENCE WRITE to or ..der', _.1.. private room, OO FLAY a oa-noM mil**, TWO bedroom air

IN CONFIDENCE TO THE IN. eagerness horn". oooklni. near hwplial,. MO WANT A Zig Zag Automatic .,ui four rlihl hand sod aulo 2 bedroom nditioned apartment with kMu 1501 West Arlana St.
learn undivided 7MIULLDOZKR. mlll..II ,
WSTRIAL BKLATIONS DEPART loyalty p.Up.n*- 11141 irliw ol Laka OlbMB, lit

MENT AMERICAN CYANAMID end desire for a five figure WORK ... I.nd BETTER JOB? AUIOOIOI wwlni siachlna eon, fuS Soro.t.IroN a 5 lull,. tOP chord? tlrot- sets, mmCANNON $3790 mollIhI,. IMJ7II, Open 7 Days ( I P.M.

COMPANY.RADLKY. BREW8TER PLANT Income. elrirlni cU Plant City 7iaJOOl Llko MW. Balano 5)5 at 55l REAR PLAY FOUlS RO... biUl AIM room.
FLORIDA BTATINOOK Take Your Choice I Tel MANY .1'1. Sloe PrIoll.... CLEAN IIODIRN Iotoloh01 b.
: ION kllb. .poo.Il.
EXPERIENCE!: AND BAL.RTREQUIREMEKTU LIGHT CARPENTERING hUH> It 00 pit monlh. Fullr suarinMd ., p. dIspIsyl ..WI &B I .h.I.d loIbrIl. 705 Or.... 10511,0.. lotte..., 0 II.IDS.
IOQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOY.ER. AN_ If you are this man, call .., .. .nd pa nUn.. lawaimowed IBM Keypunch ( MU I.4137 MUSIC CO. MOBILE HOME!) ..20. .osdItlolos. UtlIltIol ...
'u.. 51150-41150 ,. 453.
." my general sales manager All klndl ol rird work Speedwrltlng Shorthand
303 5. FIOrIVI 639 W Memorial Blvd. J.17.ONI.
Br hour or tok Pros MUnalMua aU"11 SELECT
Mr. Dan Clements 6812400 -itoi, Typewriting NiAGARA ;! O. 1145' Lakeland luoIsh.d .

PLANT Lakeland :AECRETAUY.BOOILREIPER. Ad.' Office Machines *55.515 b.a'TIJ\.OYCPAD,u PIANO MASON H.mlln. oanioli. foridaCAM.R Exceptionally nice apart of I.,B'DROM, 110 33550.NICE .a
As.4uuI.t005rS >d. 21"Poses Llki DOW
drCMOiraph mlmaoiraph Mplrl'new 1.I.h. .0.1..1 ment before all
are .
GRADUATe CHRMTCAt BNOt' Blictrlt, BIUUII trpiwrltor Comptometer window faa. top condition ..alu. C.I Birtow. 33.faO, OALORS Miw 1MDorido .<.I .ODIIR houiMMUir oni
B. ..
PIER WHOSE WORK EXPERIENCE George Karpay WIll SOIISIIOP IYII or _t 11m.. BookkeepingStart 115. RAIse m.*. II". 17.10. SPECIAL BALI of B.br OrudlItudlM Cb..I. 1. .. V.1. 5itOSlIbo. .. gone New modern. Air ana* 3101 ,North ad.lw.florid Prlidunibli

HAS traCN ORIENTED: President ......2... Ni a7nO.SHALLOW CiBKlM and. BplniU II poer sod....I .., .r conditioned if dtslredeasonable 1311 Bllht.

TOWARD PLANT BNOIKKERINO' : any Monday WELL ..18.Ill. .... Ro' baritlai Brown .. SouthFlorida .p ..withnnlMblo ., summer rates .
t for 17000
WORK EXPERIENCE: SHOULD Day or Night U6. 5154 0010,151005. 'a 11.
1.0 I our prlc only ISIS Cliirt 133 Mobile Homos
TRUCTION BTART-UP AND VBS BALDW1N.Ho..d Or..d plrkup. .. trm
MAINTENANCE FAMTUARTTY Lakeland AlMOST NEW Soot bu.e Prl.. .. .1111 WIlout flolib ..Uo. Loaded with ..1.Llifc I TOnIC FURNISHED roomi. IIIMklr LRO' TRAILER SI 5,1,515
WITH PROCESS DESIGN, PROCESS 62 tvtlntif OpportunlriMCOIN Business ,S VIII .11 1.0,0.11 0 ..u P.rld.A. ., |3.1. loP prlc. 19I .. "" bIloA.o. Prl.15 0,115015. Ad.l. 0.1,. P5,0,5 nOsed .
Institute Inc. "l.1'I .. .
IMPROVEMENT AND INTRVMKNTATION 1.0055. IAI a.2.18. YillowMoa trallwmplitl CIHe IS. la ..1 Our aW.S ... Ph. 50.5103.
.. SIMM lour. Brad ....
WOULD BEELPFUL AUTO SOSINISI laId I..... On Lake Wire Lakeland .RACICALLY 11W 4 Cult |].171. prlc poll' 1.4e. 01.005 IN--ol... 9-4 r.SparS.mOOls oNe BEDROOM ".11. .1.
PERMANENT POSI 05050,1115. ...1 Rod,. LMr.A.Ro.n. Phone 6869856 15.1,11 Ile"", C.II no Roitourint Equlpm.ntIC. I.HI. Orounl.. '. Hiw Iliti 545.555. Ill '.* .I.r.lbld. Uundrr ,..
ION WITH* EXCELLENT FOB ADVANCB OPPORTDNITIE ... 152' 1 II.'taI Clod MU a..703. for II.rot, SaPS.1100 b.'. lollODip Clirk Rtaltr, '4011OTTAOa ll. per ...k. no pill MO

MINT WITH A LAROB CH1MIAL MU HID'. I TOtS Eo.ors.s sIr eo.aIUon.r. MACHINE. PrI.ld.I. AIM .... Niw. llm foiBl "I ASS .ftlsI..or. ..4.,
SALESMENto _I., 540. S Ilivor drink EtnaitMl .. ., .. .. .. C"DmO"BI
COMPANY'LOCATED IN I COIN UundrlM, 40 wwhni II .aa M -1. dl. nlr Dtth'iAuto i. R.I.b. MODERN TWO bidri .
.I. .
CENTRAL FLORIDA PRODUCTION drl". ....11.0' IMIUOB. Soot FOR SALE: Must Mil IWt ... draft boar boi. two .. lOll lIst Mali I Gulf e. 410 N.II 710.105 SosuIlIAl Polo ".... N."al"
FACTLITln INCLUDE 111..5 John i. ...... RMJulppid i. LIVESTOCK Suwr V-S. Oood elliS car. Bulk luciti,. .h.. .. at .."..bu. 81". MU IM10ut POR .. 50051.I LI.bw sod ,.w Iurul.Io.d. .

PHOSPHATE MtNINO, PHOR.P1SDRW to,. 551.4133. ihapi mwhanlcillr. PI..,. G .7 .UI" TRVI TRAILER 5039.0..I LIghts sod .1 051.4.121.

ACID BDLFURIO ACID, cell America's number 1 GROCERY AND Nork'l .otj or Call Sll.IMI. O. O. KIna. .I MV 3-3045 ..1' .rnl.ha.. Col

IAMMONIUM PHOSPHATE. seller In the medium .. ClMM mrchndlMOMI 5054 112 Wontod Mincollunooss MB' St..t.PAC0MAIIIII I. 134 Mobil Hem
TRIPLE 5UPERPHOPHATE. price b.II._. MU 1-4376 U Dogs, Cuts, Pita = TKRn ROOM farm ...,boost. L.I
ITC. SALARY COII..N.URAT.WITK ield. Automobile experience 9 Barter A betting 1054. 0551 IRS' lurnlihod (40 MT non ..
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE LIT MI ihow ?oa how 'oIB SIc CA.1 FOR ". UIIM4 IttnuU '000415100. FUPOI.A.d 12 500. Q.Ik :1';" per WMk lit Bait Waicopied : LAbel BONNY Pout itw Mobil
WRITE: Ilf CONFIDENCE: preferred but not essential ba buMniM tot ...,..11 VII, Chrli HOARDING sod Ted- Ven HOLLY Allen Iianill It 1.3n.GOD I',.'.. Ch.'.'1" 1.0 0.. T..., ..1. lorn. Pwk Niw IWIMI IM* IDL.I..d.
TO TH' I him UOOM potrnti Uii tint mw 81ITRAD. 1.11. Jeklt USED ,. .. 'p HI.h. blot nd drr. MunloUolMtrlo
INDUSTRIAL P11.1.TIONS will consider OU5II1A' Sod .
quail Mubirrr .
Btihwar Pb. NEAl
DEPARTMENT AMIIRI ,Mr OB *B IBltlll .....,...., *I MU .Iaa.I.o ba' complete. paId.dOLES TRAILER Sod to,, 'I"TOWN. 5104. pul witor Bad MwirMr .
aoG.n I I' HP I. T ssbaos Illild
Ol p
CAlf CYANAMID COMPANY fled individual with outstanding .dw '100. Bvlv ntlnmiBt PMbli 10..1. 3-3461 .. ...1...." I lodS .ri. 55. ... .. bui linn Block t*
RBWOTER PLANT. BRADLEY tale record In trilnlni sod 16115' .... BETTYS POODLE .... .*. PnfeMlraal Bua. .tplost.sr Ano mojuirutxd .Jo .PS.IIOUOETPAILIR C.I. .1.. N.R MiMI Avrauiporch D.. 0. i Pail Bhopplni CinOood -
FLORIDA STATING lot IXRR1RNCC Hood 5.4.115715 .551 1.. iraamlni. iludi .... -", perlect conditionTridi 550.14110 ",. bali (".10 ud bolla .
AND SALARY RB.UIRRMENTS other field. Automotive sales .."'or WrI" 519 17110 SOrest .. pie, tail KthleB Road Shop lor tool wed luUimohllc for .. .. 10.45'Soal.Clpsn. DIXIELAND DUPLUX. 01,50 ,', mill 1 Crro-
"AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY offered sill 7..3.... Zopl.pbI1Il .1..0 M3 41411. Hom.18a... ln Junker) ar will MU .01, AUTOMOTIVE loud, S Tall.lies. borne sod bitt III La,. DPI ... MU .
training to .n
program 15.3513 a. 113-4077 ... P505. Auburnd.H
CMPLOYER" 7 sod 8 Pm.HOMIPOUR .Inl two ..Ir.n_. It blurSIrate
nillUrad lop IIItirrm PIVS ACRES VItA ...U ssd .
hose who qualify and to nntal unlU. ..... pupnlM, femi tlimiM J' 'JEOTURA. 51" Tv. 30' *. Publll ol Irkolso d rosd. abed. ....
35 Salotwomt those who qualify an opportunity .tot."r '..ml.hld. Good loot OB litton rabbit RodiM Rabbitrr. 9 loots, Motors, SupplUipayment 116 .*. 14" Ia. E-S lilt tri" rUH Illco, AdulU. 180. II* lut :I.' Ik.. ipc.1d ttl0100LAKKLAND .
I" Countn Club ..,aIM. a401 MU 3-1100. Autompbllot Per Sal. .. ... Trillir Clt). Itreel, t l JOII,

to earn an excellent .... ..... 5032431.ROAUTAU1SAOT lEO CHIHUAHUA pupoloo. Also I.CABIN .r.II'. SIP 5055. lsloo I..". elllciWO NICELY PR"IIIHR 401,1n0PIrroll,5 OARDENS II.bll..tom. .
CAlf DU ..... .. salary ," .. W. FINANCE. Your Itood .. .... FirS. two ElI. .. on
.1. sell IP- plu many EQUIPMENT rod Daoh..nd .'b.'''. ClIhus.hus .t OloSlIIm0ufll.r4 .rodl SKYLINE, I OKlraomi. 4 k bal. I Dram Field ud Old Tamp
1101St SIIPIWRRIRS VlSI SRI. fringe benefits 5,4 50.105.1. .....n.'" I55sIAoNVIII stud .." ... O. D. Cr111.Sorsm lk.o *. MO I.1809 .U, Low M 140 dowa. .11 10'. 331I3' wnlni ItkdWInlor sod I. Hlihwir. RmriatloB hall 51115.

ketsiudie 0' SRSIIIWS 0010. Sr tool b.Inu 1.015. 505 802loll.DALMATIAN I.\ FIBEHaLAS 40 HP M.rllint On, 850.55,5. MAson Mobil Park C THREE ...,. lleboirdi. laundrr facllltlii. P5
FRI _,.... Wrl. 15 '-14.. 1.&IIa- uhf lie..... .......5.. ..a.eo.. PUPPIES limiln .. oondlUon, Wind 101' PHD t pMMniir wwoaI 3..a ATRACIV'. D..,. 520 .n 00.0.POUR ed riad Liihtiu. Modern. ..
lull LSISW.b' .
top. aiMtrii .. 3157.DIXIS.
itertlni. sIr Mndltlonlniitri
-I VOIAI-4UStlRl--WOIOd. al. "lad.
GOOD OOINO 50.1050 .0011 III.I &I
ills. .to Muit ..|| iitr* dun Prl'*t wn. ROOMS. prlvit. ront 1514
.lIa. r
mpor inou 140 014 wilklnB .
b.rlol..I 00.4 Irad. Pb. .. Osil. ahower bui W.", lu.. Pirk 4550 .
.nd. MOIU
56 SalotmtH CALL J. S. NEELY 110 5.2747.WANTED. Birtow $334251.iliiy10 .05.1514. .50 1134 .a...1 51 N.marlal Motel .3a0.VOLVO lAshed. parklni pat .. oul.tOSloAborAood '1,510115 Hlh. Lrt. dry I..

POPPIES Pull blood 'I.a. 161. twIB .ar""tar no MU. Pools 01510sod "' uwiri. tote.
PULLER BRUSH Bin ....... TO BUY cluhundi 130 Wondirlul four Ira.alll. .. MOBILE HOMEHEDQUARTERS i win. nut but ohuroh. b.... p0005. m.ana.
.rar SIM I WetS IB this .... 682.5125 I to thorn tram 1 <.nl.. .. CLASSIC 13V,' Blui J., Hoop nUr. ttiit 44 .I Lincoln. 000SPirsloWP. It* Last PsrOrSOALP SHADY LOT. ihuflliboird. flood."I .
D* nut You c.. IIP..1 tolest oarn For Appointment 34.a.PlKINOI8.. Pull, rlii. Tr.I.'. two tutu .u 13. 8"" Osallltlso. .1055rOOUp05515.
Polk -tO .
County rondltloaM.dr
much I* M",,. Call ...-<.45 AND Ch'h'.h.. .1'1 .II.to ... A bur at Call I.n PORHI lupor I.G DUPLEX. CI.... .1, con ehowiri and laundrr Closurost-
SI II. to .10 It yo. ols .011.'j Liquor license. 01115 I.r.slS. 1113 WIll 0.. Olson" Allen. 111-1171 or .0.1071 IU", dll..a..1.1. k'Ih.n ..mmo.1 trillen, ThrM mllll lost 51.P00,1. .
P. for
d..hI .
wood. MU a.atuluwr ,
SIlo, t 30 p m. 1551 VALIANT Rdlo biUr sir r.l Aa.I. B..ln. .8.-404.
CALlAHAN WANTED for hull 51 Work Write Box M-271 NANCHII'I'IR AltO Foe TorrIorsoppi. ...dll..d. kutomtlc trinimuon TRAILER "AC 0.rr.ol..5 prl.
Wonttd I.
,.U..". IfS al-60 Cea>.I..I.. Lakeland I 5,5110. LIV PTIOS 'ow .1. PLYWOD runabout and relin Biriila. 349 wm prkiriruiw LOWIR APARTMENT, luoslihod. Oslo lot ..".... KI
PIUS comour MaitlU kM I.... LeJger 113-9791. I .1' W.WI.dal.l.. .rln. phon* 133.1771, and Pour rooms sod b.lh. Oi'.o.. Ad- 1..Uo. ...
.."... TRACTOR WORK WUWd MowBl 1. MO I
ttOUD lit.. eldBt IB. .1 NE USE DO 5005. Roo' 1.0,1.4 all
110.111. Apply BordiBi Dairy ...d ....ID.. NIW MUlDBUBt. ISO COLORBRID 50oli. MItts.to a. HP 4 .. 18. CHRYSLER 015 Y.,..,. .11. ... .
0'.0' 51,000.JROUND
44 LaU Win Del.. Quick *....... CU far IK* MtlaialM .. _I... flO Coll,0l A.... Word .1.do. Bl..d..U.'1.. ..w. Powir itMrlnt. brikiiu BUY 8. 13 S Rooms for Pint
Prod L ....... .at wlndowi. Air Mndltlonidm 05005101017 too
MU .
i LOCAL DIOTRIIU'TQR ., b.._ 4.0532 ,1ItomobIls Coroks 0..1._ .... M dlll. .Irl.lh. M'-31. 'o-hMtor. 'II 1 CIII .5. SElCONSIGN. 01.1.4, aunt oontonlint OBI LARO. .1.... .. b...
bold 51511150.. b" 01. lot JUNIOR WEST aU Law sr lM I 105505. 1'.000.. 10.000 ...... RUGISTERED DACHSHUND P115.Pt 15'IPOED4.loo, 2' ail ltu I ...k ill Is, todreem. olMUlo klloti.n. prltili R" Sr 555. .

Inct MlMmB. Pirt tlm* *lcMiildind ..d .....aln.. houM .....1.* udpalBUni 105100011 .mor? 5011 551,400,5. .' .1.. sod brows. P.. lOU HP bIt 1..1. rlba..luu.. ..ll. iturmr ud sundir.,.., nil ,': ..".inci. ...*. louthildlMALL .,... Prlci ... ..1.. MU >' ..
".d birkiround laoraiUoB PlwBi MO B-uai, If a* to ... RS.UoihlS.
R Ml OORVA1R o3-.J.I. .._ .
I IUrIs. 522,000 C.-15M. Mom .o.rlbl. ROOMS lOa tool.
4 to IRS P435. Lakilud 'niwir. MU 0-1700 734 CrMMPI I : 3015 Id.. P1055CC. -sodA. hosts.. "..oa18'10' PARTS SUPPLIESFENCINGSTORAGE\:I ONE ...d'.., aparttn.ntn .1155.4. 154 SOld sltor .
Lad.r. Lakilud Florida 'tr.n.. Park '.""N. tVk acn, 1 livestock ..hil.'d..11.u..I.l.. 15. .. Mmlortebla. sIr eondiuon .. .I. lAde 01114 ...,.I.

IIITIRaD PERSON ,..Irt.. Stall CHRISTIAN MOTHER k.... sIll.dr. IJIIOO. 01ORMAL Clothing OOP .In .1.3. \ 54. lint floor. oomplitalr prl'IIVM .I..j. p....k. 053.. 057. ..l
Sr .rto-lim. WOrk 1. sell us ID. .. ID lot b.... Lotto DII,, CoanlMcwl aa.*. 131100 WillIr.d. FOR SALE .. ShlUud poppa. SELl. 1111 MsroSd.. \ Ido 10...d.... 515,15 51,155.5 .o. P... .U."". Or....
lAstilel IRS .m..laI ......._. roo. P.050.4 7174. RosoosibI.p5100. *. .. ... br.. .s. 1051. FINK nit sOlos : : Alp 105111100054, Alto 10 \ .Ide'. .... 0.. : 11 $0004 RAIMAIC ...
PeRIl? .*. wlla IIM .....,Im.. PlIeS. 5604553.ALEXWEAEPALL. b'.... Bl 5325 55.. .0.01 ILM 1. *_... ,. .*;: ill : su tudlIt 4 ... ,, IB aparlmmt _. : ,
wmmUiloB b..I.. Rwlr b. "'- 0011. .... '..000. 511115.MU '." ldSel040sS. .I'ur.1 ro uaiunortatto JlIc 5510510 .. 5550't:05Tz't'o
Baul pholph.u 04 ali Ths Bonded B o.i..r Anlihid
A tee ... Only
eel to Lwto .ro"' lo I-
P. O Ito 1.3.. orld. Florid i.nd lor town.. OU MU CKfMt PrinUBl wiulnMi. Bit* MPCM. W. O0EVSOLIT 5.1511 SIsOos Lcen.et. .uII'.... IUMOMMO .
....3... 1700 ..100 MO,000. 1 01 Frtiltwr & : .. V.6. iUtossSO. 00000 mured National I 1051015. I :
SALUSMAN-WITE ....!.' 90 ,.It& SvpplU. 100. tA... WIll Terminal In Polk'pr"ool T..'._.. M lOOM I ups's"... I'm,
1'UDBNT. 1,1. .. .
kppplodooof.opllseto.. ._ MAL1 .11. part APII"I _'111.'I Tun.pr '5,104105. tOO .. .
"18. b..kSulSu _"I... C.U I : .. .
.. .. USDA FANCY Turkir boo VACUUM
5110,1 aD' sullIeS us .r. II. lOe .a-lo
.. .. ,.... JOHNJ.BRENNANSlaltot CAMB. 1
55 ...... So to .1- totsklWelt. .301001. ..r. '.'0 Dtiind Sod drw I poundMM .. 'M 501s1450. 000
.'.. 101.. ........... _m.... ..d 430: V5.idtS.DRSSSMARING. pound. K.tlbl ...I dl9.tat. Oraullild ElMtrll. ', lw ,. 0.1,05051 130 VnStsttl4 ilseasa KMUM I..
.. Wit
I.i NOlo Ioak..... 1,54.BUSINESS. JUNIOR .1.50 5 .........-_ .. UI lIorl Florid ANBM l. $Ulhl. 1104. M OHII01. 0..411. ;No.d.. VS0'ISV.. County.JACK'S 1

.... .50,1111.. IIU 1-4101' AS iii'iS .. T.II. TWO BEDROOM .. BOARD WITh lunehM I* _..
., '2 Winttd, IhnlKk, Pit .I"UOBTM. .. aia. all '53 01.05 JoWl. l.rd. so... .nl,. P. ..... _"dyl.. 0' '. .. .. room "_..bl.72*
THREE APARTMENT bornM. r.. miles Prompt 051011p eSrSb1.. lulls.shIr. sonit .,..aa. P5.14.555. EMI BUMkI3
.1.154. ,...Iad. will tall. mown, 5111170. 5.. tot 5004 SaId .. ..lh fluId Illootlol. AllP01CM. .., 83B. G
w A aal., 111th 1. tO .
SERVICE non* a* dewa ",""" it* South.. AN1. PS.' lop I. PIIUM ..l EllTlnttor .0. _dil... TRAILER SALES Unfurnlih i j
.U TWO h. 5..ILImOo Ap.mU0.
mala. Pow.l Dllrr MU3 Mono dialir Hit At D.r TV-ApLakiland 31281. JM. 10'
1335 AlIl000dSIS .' 'Db 0055. .. OOOBT ApartmiBM
61 lniranc 5 PR. ... 4710 New Tampa Hwy. NICE ONE bedroom, all *...* oolorad
::: .1. .u 0 O 015101 lot PM
Cali kitchen, C.ll MU I'3W*
MERCHANDISE 01.pl1.IC .K.YI 2 mile West U.S. (2, plo iwrth LloMla ud .ISis
DIRECTORYFOI TOTAL PIIO'nCTIO" foP fSIV.r. .11 sod 5555501.04 435.55 'I 'AN .hi" WIlls TWO ..01. .....1' MO S-S.1._. _ _
,_". .1.. ... PPlO ..._ 50550. 5545. Fla i Elmr ,
.1... :.:=.'a .... h fk .* ..1.- It ..rl.. ... 15151. WIll Lll.nd. blot '"I..L Drlv kv. tba CLEAN UNrVRNUl1
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YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REfERENCE :.uth- PIMIda Smith Aionw. Phaw, 11IM. 9 ikycl Irlttoftytlo := TY al* .RM**..J >Mrndal OO .UPldS. I. -... ......U. ..R .C MilB phn 01,51. M RMJtr 111.. IOU//.do..71.i .Q..c. 1' u.// J
IOM COHVAIR. alack Ud whIU '
YOU NEED ITIAppllant ....11'1.6S ThRISI.OSIO.11401.- .
WHEN UUMPK AND Yamaha ill;,05. ... paIls and hMM. floor nick .5.111,' THREE lSOOllloiupl. .* Wl ,00.1 .. '1_. '
tad MTTlo ElMtrli itaruaidMa 110.A..8 I.r.s ... o d.... Wlo 1,10 Wad. 1551000.F 24 Trucks, Trollsri (hasp. .IUI...I.na 1*r hu .llhI. .11 510505.lull .o'doISO.0.

** Painting M.rtages *p rti audol. Urn' ;r' 'lla. Y.UI F "U ....u cod .& M1. *N.* 555.0403.i POP .
Lkilad 0 l NIl .
look. .
O MUST 5513. SilO Iop.rI.sI. 00115? 011.1. 1uSd 550,1.1.5 04. TWO 51050000 fu'.Ioh.d.
FOR PROMPT npaira m nrrualon RINO SPECIAls Will PUnt BUY BUILD MIL raftnaaoo PItA.. mt II..la. A r.. FlU SOW.. I. So 0011. odIUM bOast. 71.... NU .. .11811. 1.. 0..1.. .II i i1LAoD'5 tOIWOOT. laisoolI
... M RIR.RTOR .o
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P150 1. 5100,1 SW. 5.111001 151011.
., waihlns ..aiaohlBM and lock. trim On coal ....In, MudM and VA ...... all .1... b a A.tom". Mini toP Mrrtc, MP ltttACRIFICE .00. Mo 1. PbonU ild Oulrl ben
ol Florid too U.I.ICC 15.055 for adult
...11_ Sell Thrlltf Cltr thrM MdnIU1IM OIlS MO 1-'370.NICKY
tw* or
.... IIItJ 10311' .11 .. ..I. C.1 VOlT ACRlrIC' OIAIIO .II 10. ud alr-MadlUonlBi Built U
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.....* DmrUBtBt h._ too .... AIM 1OIb.WS51II 514 .. .
1.1. WRINGER Ippo Osdeer .ll.lll Ford a.. plpmldM5111. PRHISH.D ootl*** electric run. Cl... to .oIl.rS.SIlO .
.. $524005. LOCAL SEASONEDItLDERS. ta" moltLu. SIb. hMdqurtm Bmt Ool. IYA 8:10.: Call .11 IS C.II .nl Fslm.l5oP11.05 moaih pnoni mdiiaWO .
At Ktpalrt Stnlc .., ".000 5. "'.000. Par ID- sh*>. lost SMIh Plorlda .0 O dll. J MU a.'U7 MU.1'18' V.1. RENTAL MU *am.
PAIIfTIItO. WAIlING. n"a- I..U. 1Ih" .....11.. I" 113. o North.IJa.'... BEDROOM duplex. 071
.. ..CT. Pr' ONI BEDROOM. NI..I .I..d month Ono bedroom duplM '
OBNERAI TIRE Sm-rto Front 1.1150. I."rlo .rIot .0,5.F BUYERS Uni 81 Artkln rr 1
.ad allmm.nl truck ant **r ... .lllmsbo. rouooltlo ,,-. loan ataUabliIh SlIeII. SAVE IMJ Oalul XLMonrUbll '.r. Ai m.nl. .10. .h'. .0
..... balaaclBd New and MdMtnad ...-3111.. .... ilasl.Pictsri teem lWMt orlcai In.* ..... f.tM UdlOllBI 300EV F0000TTURi ..111II. 25 to 50% .00 4.s.th..floor.. 12$ Rsalr.sn "am for Issi Ijn.o.d.-! AI111I1. .r.r.lhd. 8IJ". 5- .
Oil CIW TiaM I 110
II,... MO I 1171. _w. COBWlMoBal" ..d .. ... 403 .. Fell tI'POS.P. Plal Coal. MoblRM TWO Idrol 4401.0.
.. ... .
pollS onBACOCK'S ILlS ., 5 p 501.tiNe. POR R'NT 0' loS... buuldInI 5. e. ..I.o. 575
FRIll FREE *..' SM OMrl'. friaiMPICTURE POOl *t l'%''. compar at BOblliulon DrIes. 500151115. ,I Ula 710,101 AP0.. loroorlaoS A. J C..III, 5,55 .tor. $ ahooL Southall

.mlMCiBWr. 1711 north plorldinaao takilud MOIt$50lColt. A<. 'IT BUICK four door. air Mownleu KARMA" Ohl. .1. c.. .5. .5.1 0 5, 50, NEW VERY nlcl ODO bod00001block. m.nl. I.DILUXU .. IWBW Ul
lot South TMBMM .I.

.at.W to, will""'._bOlES 110. OB TMIOB thl Iraaiw ... Bwuldln PRAMEB*. Cwtn: _.W...d. .ut, ...-.173. lifriiUr. Power.itMrlni urn. PlAto M. h..too. Re. 112.VOLUWA.If... 114040 Of. ..01..... .kl.d.....o b.I.. S..trw. .1..1. blah p105105 f.'umlOothIrl Pot.I. AI.Qul.1..rI.t.'..d.ll.b.I. SOUTHOIDI sourIocool.

amllr .s. with tho latMt .1_ rood, Biad. OIBM Art ShopH07 .o. AIM. Furniture dil. 12.. Colitis. CiA 1010Ourob. 1,1115011 A.rll lit. 1030 L.kaC..r a.. bdr000. 1.1.. ,... kl"h.
.... .. .... Our aiichuMMB MU t-490. ui. IWO 55 'D,1. t ,l. tin '
"" .1""' Orltu BlfMi. 5 2 sod 4 pIlel lour door c 4.5071, Pool 50 .1.
bedroom .LYIOU.
anortlr tk ...* of all C.505515. ..- HORTICULTURE wa .. 11.10. I.a. Mint, Oood run. \ .0 .15000. AU lam, ElMtrl
.. .. CU SIlOlllimttoa _**" .a.-. lot donS par .1' 11inclnt LAKEFRONT HOUIBB. Ohlldrmaucipud .. '.. 3U 1,000..
tomw PUablm SupplIes MS .. 1.5. 50 .1.> condition 1491. Ooaildw 840 SQ. FIT.OFFICE kllh' ok .
........ W* sl>* SHA1 mm. 'I.a. Not .nl Prt SI3-1471eno Cal elton t p a. WMkan 51050 NU 14354'o
.tbIPPb. 71 Frtilliir, fttt, Sill ... Pr.11 owner 133 and up. FOR RENTI Sll '
QPIIS K. H. MORRIS Do-It YoarMlfiblai ... IM+481. AnHliai lit $89S 1 OORVAIR ,.4l.. hnt rpowir M 1-05
ko..1. .. bsk0.in I IIMTIBI H,. In Tuo551's DruS 515,. IllldirF, EAST SlOt oolis... 035 001114,05
Saul C'VIrIUIfD" Pl.- ud BNIrlcal uppllM.PTM ROUND PEAT murk P.lt udU o .1.1 50542'. P57.4 p5101,5 ID 'ro.1 .. .. 0. b.. 1155. .11 501115.
.. IB UMd drmtlo. .1.
lnloraitlB Sod doll "? .. .!>... LMiWd 1300 MAts Nb TON Pidderi room .I ousdI.tlo..r. 'ol. imitlc 01. ..d ,1 I T.nrs.oo ld..1 .. DELUXE
Q. tMI natal pip 00 t sod thnadd Pit 0'1f'01. MU 1-431 14 runabout, molar VISIT BADCOCK'SUs Son., brikM '1... nIb lot .011,1 I.m.d'al 11I.b.
AUTO SIRS 00115. It hour. .".... SMMlt.4I4M34. .id hMUr lots Bulck. powirrrthlni a..I" tw* bedroom. 171
sod trailer .. .. 324 WIB.R.
..JII. lot .. C.ntpil hostlroSodIlPo
plots aUIIMI.MTW SSt.rlorO. La..I_. CLEAN PHOSPHATE MBd Furnltur Hrdrimitlc. 310 N.'I Mock c*. Southild ipirunent 0.5 50 Mi*
M< Ka n. Phon. MO ..7111crMB I.wa. AIM iud and dirt tot till Lake A.IBUI. MU I-70 t ..dllI5Ib. Sill 5.011. .na. |to. Adult Ir.llo.. ..... tM Blcet IWO bedroom 5,10100510I
S DHIl. MU 53015.W"iSITlL1ZER SAL I' Cit T. R. T.el. J,.. Ra:007. D nclllint I looaloB Air condl.
BslldInETWODILINO. 'rinIIn lot 101. 510S Every Saturday 7:3 p.m. In Mulberry FOR SALE 11 Ftlcon G 1'. "U 5.7173. tloned Drive br 303 .... BeacoBand
A1L condition 0.. ..7. Pb. C 10105 TWO bodeousu bou..slth liter I 00. H. Wood
10... Call 1_.. Pr''', NO I011' BAXLA'S will .. H. ho. a
FOR ALL Pout ptlntln *Mdi Thi .a" ... rou mISS mon 3134 Wlntor Mplni porch AIM roomSpsrl0000t. ard MU *-UJ4.
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*511105 ODd ,_.... PbeU MU Mil MU t-4404. OoBBiinlal ProM. AUCTION GALLERIE thin pir lot row tin ud tripto flllh.d Apartm.nl Ro_... 111 alJI
10.. Uturhtada UlbwrapblMRdlotr J. w. PBAVY fIll '1'". SIM rock MulbirrrW.S 0' 500.15.2.
t-aJ11 051 tHe 5.01110. ......,.. nur thill liar. phMphal Mad Toraurlr Tb Auclloa ... 1 17 A.t.mbll" Want** FURNISHED Oil lsflfutOIOh54. NOUN ROOMS. biUl ., IA300LY NI' ... b.drlUS duo

Call MU -101'. 1 W* But 0* IWI for TM41M RAMnCKCORP. 1,sbo bItt 50550,05. 517.00 :QuIll locillon. AdultrMupli; .1.. ills buss. P.sooOitiO t_
Jmk >wr. M WPnol SOS 50 m500lllP. SIlOS'S : 1.0 Coot
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3111 B.
aROUND FIAT 13 *ubl. rrd i.1 MU 0-0011 .. v, no WANTED CLEAN 'I'. .t ._... "U 54445.ippaR P". ..Lonihllow Ml ma.n'_ ..
UOENSED CONCRXTB MBtra ..r'. 55155 P.55 01.5cm.. 425 1L.hl..a llala Store ud WinhoumMulb.rrt Mod.L Cell "u 5.3501.CAayRJAP. bOdrOOlS- .
.w. DrI....*... tMra SMiwalk: .n Tn" p5415511 5.111.5. .11I. .11d. .....-. VED TV'S 5,0.5 13* up Ouar- Florid TWO .bedro..A., Uls.r.0m. m.do.UN'UAT rol"ln.NIC .Spry cli.n. HoutHdroonk
.up* MTMU. ..r.... aallM sod I ol.salUl. _... toblllldin.PocId" utMd Wl IIPIBC.. Worklnltrdai Mulbmr Stor HourrSSI bilk AJlllI.S.sods .100.50 .*. PU 19 U.tll.h.
brld... K. M. Marrla SOI-04U, ', 1.415115 111,100. MU 72 Flevm $...., Plant,, .._.... Adalfal SalM I t ... dallr. Prl altM. 0.5, = 552.4747. "Inll. .101 .

....--. 14111 __ _ 00 5011 1-3511. 705.001TV. t until IOPM. ... ..8..7. ALSO PAST!,? 111015104 5 sod
IDIATORS BLOCKS alMMdj LI000TRUM. VI003IOUM. 115115005. .-.. WIIuS. I An Dar WtdBMdwOnr 10 llBin. atllltlM ..TWO BKOROOM luralihid ....N Mil Rudr Rt.
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Prefer!** nhliia en.*-". moth.d. 10. Jao.SIRo. CAr'_. 100. BMorlai IIOTM MrrlBl bUy four *. It Its is MOO Riw '0 rra... at alt South ,1527 CMI Miaorlal .1. .
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pair* all ,,_ Owniins 2352SeoUl wood Bridal Wrialh. HIB IrniWliuwi I Floridalakilud imp* .: A'o. .,410'?I.

CUSTOM MADE drapaa UtpMTan Plorlda. 113407Ittwoevliif MaplM trramar. 115. AUCTIONFriday AMoclat StOTl CAR PAYMENTSTOO al FURNISHED TWO NoII BOUMMlniola ,THREE BEDROOM with aarport.O07 .
ud aphalitirlB. Tour Sib ,SS. 7M Bttl, Brwh 110 OnlrrsopjkL 111 II,. Florid Art PRNlaHI _... 55 Dl. cfl ...Mi MorUi MaiiMhuMtt 17*
.. 0.....* II....... UI Soul, Ton Rllhf ..Toa 1.Dbl."U ,
rIb ar oar. PTM ..-- ladoock Will Troll ', R.d Ca" I a.I0 month. Coot Browa. MO 51311.UNFURNISHED .
rur horni EMr Mrma. nil **. Florida.AMELLIAS. HIGH? THREE Urn. .0115
14.. U ,l>U Into dlubll LIES loHlr Spied aw DUPKX. I hadoarporl -
Tmpa Buhw.r SMMMfMH Mil fat PM DIVl 'ARUI .... lurnuhid. IIUPLI.
FOR EXPERT nwMtlal W moth AZALEAS. roMI lburaum w. kap I .U..t Mndltloa. nuoB tout kith urruMoorl 00mb. .bol
halM inMi. luiarMM hum. .. ,.,_ palm blbu- solo CotfM Ubll 3311 Dili ... *"li ChmolM ..I Pr oil ,r.* room'I. .t.dl. ilMtrli rooms. SlIP Soulhi.u ihopolniat ....au, IM 1310 C. .
.. ... othiri na.Mnablr JIM ,our 11* modi cr .. iindoil bill llop Auum.tll .I..ll. or *
.I*. .U Helium ItowMflas *> .... .ra. 05. 011151 fInal floor e7 .a..O.
... If- Aadmo BarMrtI1J7 .130. '' feom la M* toil 115 *llordM r..in. lour ilMiu. III. .. '
P 05. PINCU CoetoS.?. Is.1aVo55 S4.301L OUaadw ....." Phoa CENTE 140 POUND .nl.h trmir. leo Mr. KiiHiU POOP R". sod b."' Wsll.lo.. UI .5011' .,.... .. ooeklOs sod IKS MODERN two bedroom ..
pde... Os dosS 5SESSILSlSrOstSSl. EMI. (3M V ,Mn lid la dll.. 1100 .511 ', Bar" .0011.5.lon.ltlsfs. bAllot bat 51100. IbId .1... eleclrtl .OU-U40
WI OS.'t S. Mb5.old. IiiHWpTsroofTngiepalrod ta-1371 Wsll-l0-s11I Mull. ..".1*...... o..Ir'.I., ,-. .. 113-tool.

I.ik.ISSI 1140.107. MV I Fruits Voj/fsl CARI.. CAR'I. Pu =D. '. SIblo .! PENDARVISCHEROLE 011.15004 thrso TWO O. thrM bedroom., lea.
.r 73 r.. 4131 PP.. O.t1Wt10OFvultvr .LL 551 .. .... S.. 0505. .:' trusser Su.lItP SouttAds Robin. liwaa echooU .lion kui.IM .
""_ Rnalri (uaraatoa* I 8. I. ATRACIVIT URNlaHI 5.4,0,5 ".181.
C. DeinB RoollBS ca....., SM- PRUTT POR SALE. Bad at --- .' .* irtaioat, I *03I. lr..m f S12.SIRA.SI0I. Cl I kI" Including atllltlM, d-337t |

ant oaX07XSwlmmlm: 55. AIM ihlppM WMII'* PrjlSUBd '' Win',. ..rod. MM MjMO .1 .1 PI.rl., 83.1, 4004031. CII TWO duple.

BRIDBB BM lurallur arWM.Mathari M01 north Florida. C.'Or. Pibrtel EllSw.S ., 104 Gas, Oil, Fuel PRNISH'D OR 1181 '.r."ha DMI". .1. .I.. Ut
L ......,_ ptwa OtaStli. r..1.l '011. B.U& Nirth 21.1050510 JAY CASH t., ploktp itIsob or .1. La'. II. IJLa' Otceola. Innulri HI F.I.I&
.1 o h.l.. Mor' 0.141 711005 .U 111 Hint, MlicillantoM MBdltloaid"utlful
5.SINGER ROPANB OAS lor MOklBI 0" under 17 siodil. PIMM Mil FI RENT OH Mil air
POOLS' CLBANBD. .....?.... 76 Un4tt.pl; .Ot. ht wiwr. Irrli.lloi hid- MU 32104.CAIN 3311. thrM bedroom Uvlniin .
..... Te ai I pal all*, ._IeoIa. nppHM.MOlpmewt nil *** IM-3MI Ii', I.. SMALL MODERN ipiclnm *. Florid loom ..al"do..U.I.7. .
t ..... 703 1505 MaUMO SLANTOMATICWould 0.Cal M. 1313 Ri. IN l..b. ir or pickup IS ril *lo. lor loulU 114 BlLmu 1 FOR RENT *r IIM*. 5y5505 ..
54351.Poe HARDY SOD CO. .ral BI.b..a. 'Ia or old. 111.4005. Wild ,. MO I-1330COTTAOS Boldbo. *0 k Iso 1.mbo.
TAX A.bu.1 Bll Howird in 540 ...al.la
,tor Uwa OriMM III* start DM THI. .ORI
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1. F. Isos _I.. lOll 015'SROS..P.C50et. AND front rkuob i 111 IIM .d .
111.0141. FREE ESTIMATESJ10 tak .nr 17 M awathly. 5571.510OS 105 WATI,.OLD lunk e.0' .. ol.ssodos II I.'nl.h. ,.., .., ao... OB all Montana 1.8.
$SsndupH&R PO.opt p10500.CIII ..1.
IMI siniar ila.tOMs0I.sISoIPItIS wrk. .h round ....1.. to bldl. 10 ... thrM mdroom CB IhrM bM

Block Co. TlltvlirMI N Ollmor. MOOMO .. *.WBMM modinwlas WB PAY ...... lldoolne. listS's, "J.II. dial for rcllrid tourlit. '.rnl..1,orUolurol5000.' lit AIR ..CNDINaD btb. V.? sboso.loutboldo. .
TRACTOR WORK. Mowlnd SIMIBl WILL PAY slob I 0151.10111 orpUkap LmoB 553.2434POIVATI I LsIol.od
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FOR TELEVISION HealS *. all sradlaa Mir 14137hoaka J. tlmir. two rampUMturaUhid BEDROOM. aiwlr MdMO
leodliui and uel TWO
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oil cl.llM rar .a
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18. reiiial* amiCltr *7. SM-073S.: 1.1. I' Wl Plf monlhScrrlc :51.1. WIlt .... *232Woll
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CUB 11. .1' 106 A Tooll MML I.. 4IJ-3117. lIIlSflbOrbOOd. e. '. .D. lldlni. 100' ihw.r, IrontaiiII 5.
688-USS True S"pry Mlhln.r FOUlS BEDROOM two
Phon 71 .
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TltADlED INCOME IM s.p.it..t. ..- UPIIOLaTIRINO 501WI. EXPERT TREE iBriirr kr iraduau ., ... and tH P5050" III-" Lathe-1862 Model 121 Mo.II Homos C.a'OL. .. ... mo.u.& .Dick. R Ll.>. 1011 1100 ..0.1 Call ttlllPHREE I

UM: 01. TOO tU ... SlIp 50005 spd *._. .... CMitr work trimmlBi "'Iot. Ho" "II 500 MuiauSsotsttOI.011CEO000AS. Ali tursl.h'I loslodlol .. II.'.. 00000 "U 1-.33. BEUROOU with .
10 ... ...... Suadara. Bartha .5.5610. Pp.0 5001115505. p10k II ... <*bllnl. tdlcUoa. M .Io W".rd SlImS 1* S II* with J Jaw OWNER I. .111...I. 7115100. 015015 AUbUOdSlO WG ''31 71,50. Crrelal Liko .r.,1.U
Miwh.ll. 1700 Kathliaa ud ..''I..... Pb*B* 00440. 101 liar _.*..*. ... ud la- In 11.5$. 5*. diucki Maul luctrl auwrMIIBI Mil II S TRAN8'.RRB.. ..ul.IDa.NIC. .CO M I I RCIAL RESIDENTIAL 0711 or MU t-7111ICE .
Road4iM OOfi100. Pat thlBfi do** runt. SI.. 50151,0. .. pAluiroS dial II
Bollmaiworlh loAd.Venstisu .1. SI Poo Oordoai MobLli or
,. 551p10.4451. .r.l.ha .ntol.ha TWO bedroom. 030
call Morton and C.NIW, Wlaur rramai appllaBMi aad other ILnltar PIll, IM1300TRAILIR LOCAnN. CI M* 1.
Lump ttpelr llIsds7UTWAL "...a. 043.650. at 2ao Cochna SUMt *llW PRICED TO SELL. La. .1 00500Adults. orlal BUd IM-4107 5010150.. WOOS M.inoll CU Mr D .
CALlS mull. laiur- .. .. Wsto r..IId.JO MU HIM
.... tl.piuufMtunlL at** al lakilud Pa.d.BC*. Itorti put luppllM. U- Wool CstSbO.010IRASLU FICIENCY APARTMENTS
LAMPS. REPLACEMENT Ihad.Lamp A16 U,""" INSTRUCTION TV itad lust .b allt FOIl BALE or rent. two bedroomMtla
I part ud npalr taP1StudIM Bwattoa. sl..s.4P011511154. M..AVOI .11 PMn ... T. MMHirial Bl o nrid bondid 10051 ud niUonilIranipMUr Isis. II.. lurnlih.d ana 110 .. *. U Ih. Ml.1134
1505 sons Ortoaa AnBB > AIM .._0"110 .... 3401r .11' "I Call JIOa *. J.',. 4710rnp MIs tress ... TRI., .'.. SItSIlAdlIlbi. .. Id.. coualrr homi. I.... t and 7..
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54535.Liwmuswlf Rllhoir. 13.ii 181 La,. ".r"..
MTJ uaa bund Alr-Uto. MU 0171VSIUOCEI n Schopla 114105 O..t.l. _
14 SEW lOX speloto sod Salt,.... 107 riMbln SvppllisMontgomery 5024343 5, 5514524.F5'i"iLkCTRl0. TWO BEUHOOU b. all
Repairs Ill. MuIoO srIotor Ir., 5546. HomesCLEARANCE ..11 pOst athoal ud
HEAVY EQUIPMENT U boomln doubl tub*. Ui. HI 1111. kItoAss.nba kr upoUttmiM.Fnon .
TellS BOW lot ...... Mulpmiapratr Ward b. .. ". ..11'tsf 000.WSt.1 .. 132 Holili Apart. Houwi lia-MOI.
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LAWN MO WIR REPAIRING. Baud actually opiratuiOO.UIPBHBI SALE ... W. 550oOrk
..... ......._. .., sod QASSlf'fD ADS *bv a nr 1700 SOPS pm. ELECTROLUX GET A GAS HOT WATER I 'Id. I IIIUPL.X. THREE LARDS room eotl**. I
Oa all siw II ud wldM.PrlcM ChMlaul Road MO
nil .._ra. -*. tM LaawrMO .'' ISO around HUloawld* .... HEATER FROM Cut T. .I 1.0.lOseRS 51105051r5 'ARI AVENUE H.II. MBMI o N.lh. P.
0-1340. Ions MfflM OnrMM wportuBIIM .- VACUUM CLEANER WARS slitS CLA, .. ,. La .. ll.
tolUM UrUM rOOSl. 1.
Writ 0..*, Bchooli La...- Have Hot Water We I lIPS p,000oI1.. .ll L. ..Ihl,. ... .11,

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS Und Udur B.. Id.171. R pouM .d. MBpUt with I atajhawsU & Yo Need It) DEE'S A.llIltlI 1105 ,.,....'I. .b..b..\11 .....i Food MUrtd.,.II.bl.aad. wrkiai Us. WIICUSSll1

CLASSIFICATION FLORIDA tAROBST aad am! told tot ,. teitallauaw A.II :
BUSINESS ....' Mautf KhMl UkiluBM ... 131 .M MOBilE'' HOMES TWO ROOM P.. ..ART"1 to rollIblo ADS
FIB SOompUMIr PMU I I 117 N. ,. I. parS tim.
t. CollMa IIS K.ntel 1501011,5 110335 ; 541 1 .h. ra
DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified rMidild .0 Oil 1.4113 USd1.SoosI. .: por _I MO HI3. MU .1 N. Wsbsot NO lIONS Os.. 0.11 1105 : .... _,. 'I2A5 \

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_ RENTALf---1. REAL ESTATE 144 Acr.|.. lets For Isle 145 BwKlniii Propirty 153 HOHIOI For SoleMTDXMINT 0 153 Movies For Sale 153 HOMM Fr Sale .f 1S3 HOUIII For Silt 1J3 MMIMI Fr taliLETS .

139 IMurnlihsd Houtiinu i i.AITIY 143 M. il. Horns Lets 'Ivs AGe _., ...... tal INDUSTRIAL TRACT Odlolkl,I IPIC1AI. N.I .; Nn TWO bsdrmsrn ........ lead'; owoen PMS. Sir.. b.drlo'uI -

....11I. ... lady 5s14b.. III' Knits rood. oupRXlaiotoli It C. JUIllM. CMUUO Blrtlllturnlehedi '0 lor ". ....I... ...._.,. Ills to. bath, 05 born.. ..rl.ned 00' A LOOK
PSUI ..rr. b.d. TOOU. BNJOT livinf oa jour MeoMrtal Hwd. ore. 0415q.LAKEFRONT Aero ... .
Hlaliw r RallnaC .000 aaar iMrot, hue. a,4 Smft.. 001,, .r.s 1.lll.l ,. 55, aliractIre It01Or. ,0000"I.
from. I.... ani. III ....I.' ..wn lot In Loktvood Traitor Oktaloo. -55* i. ....... _'. ooIKVSN -. city to.... 403 3011oaltor ;.iing window full Sb. Pa:I. 550 looakIoO. 015201105 driP." EGG RANCH 1 Ywl5beSsr555e
Terry ooue. *o MBaeanlown Lara lot.. paved itno. vita OJul Uk rmrt
4105. ,. las tbr.ukoal. Air oodlS.est
noan arreenert
eel all .,11II1/,.. iMMIotod. Two i55 POOISTAOS, too boa... II ;; torrmoo porehPriced alIt: with B nice 1 ........ III
..... to55 Laos. ACRES
.. IsIS-la $055
TWO .MSeN h. ._ 3 OOkTMntClAL loU tw< lsde.Uial 550100 ..... .......I 41 110.000 0 It _....1
acreo high-dry-
hlaeko But ol Logo Parker 00.iaeml. good PI. -
raaaut otto* a low down pamen9u $I 51$ 5554015. horn
air commoner Bath
414analfe turpel Vollgw oMne. IPommia 15.10 OMk ..... so... 501lob. 710 Maria MannonuM ,.; Bedroom 2 ranb and *
key BUM door 1010*" fishing. $6\NO Terms Do MM dolls M Mil Aim bO'uus =
blook :
r otroot Farkor Amp* wow*" saw and .: ItO
"11_ Jr Ro'l" noyoj living room 5105505.
North __.. Kramer. $eS.Olaitors. lust .... Poi mtoraiotieo colt Jerry HOTdli .dernp. 0055 Miss lind. Old i with large ... .
and DOTProTcr HO II-I.'IH. R. M Mtrler rtUp1.usee; as. I\ ..S OT 4-ltlf M PM WlntonCT red. Oily Mad. 5041 buy Is 0,5kS I fireplace, Florida room.' topsy 1041W.ROSTIREMENT .
"silo, sa.4 lorLIol. wIll nstr p :J-1U1. i'
SWIMMING POOL? 144 Acreage, ton For Sol & Son 146 Farms, Gravis( Ronthti 1 Owner NoMMOWBHMOOM trait ....... Thno bedroomMIH eI AIOsk44.$5ri5S. 5554151.S 1 TFInokorrrmot ; screened porch, work shop !: HOME.

LaJbt _lira mmWlod. tviol. ;,I. I10.TOO, air conditionerlaaduaped wol OPM.W,. boon. and 2000 beautiful white P.55510 ._.... 5 ilk ko" *.
LAJtD 'U'l-IOI arreo Mlnlurod .. 1401 B. ptata in ionRID6ECREST All oloptrK sIr coadlUoaed I. will 1.5.sso okauruago 4 S tm full both also air'I 050.5 555 oe0wsrk .t'1
Southiide three bedroom. pino laos" loo per oo:.. BEST CITRUS AREA IN I Mod for toUred oouplo. Load-C I- .W.3M7OAWI4 5.70.5 ttroo edroo no rki fc ttlo roof, tooled,; Leghorn heM :... PrIsM I .

multl.bath with, built.in kitchen -Uo core oatS roach boorS andoraei IT. LUCIE COUNTY. 40 A.. -LOBH Motel 3t. Bvrek_Wokoi. i: PMS: two MdroomlHrotnod twjto UMMovod trait I conditioned fully equipped iso Ot *..1404.
fcnoM. Corral end loodlngahaloa. .900 b.1 owl book buro nhode trooj and 8 acres of
Florida porch II down house
room patio 404 nor ..r.. 40 urn grove good varieties, heavyto 00" IIJOO. paymiali MDH0043 (, cod r nt booutUul u.o MMdown i egg LAND
and screened pool. Rent only 4(000 1100 down. :KM cord pMWlliip oonro oil. pasture CO 1742. of
grapefruit, about 18 PRIME 01 catamowinm. wo Mil laajo tree* toad
: =
110 aoad of ."" .. only 500.000J.050 :
Muo-koW. '
with option. cIa "re.** ROM. eat; 715 I IOM MTM. Pose
anew lour pinoo from Clproei years old. Excellent pro I
acrdrni. U S. b"b..... Ia,.. name. femur mm tnoom COUNTRY LOTS goo* prlora I IJ. ,
MEL RUDY Iromopc, only 4740 pro ems Sea ductlon Priced far below' DOWNTOWN/ -kliohon-oir ooodltlmolloioo HOMES BY

_ N. 0 IM 01 It U OardnorDtrkro NORTH CAROLINA market. Both South and North of
REALTOR Realty, lola InS Maim J. C. BYRD
Tolls BBDBOOM CB, 1310
1527 E. Memorial Blvd. PlIo. loW ...13:1.: 360 A. PRIME GROVE ....... monthly paypionoj. 151 W.. VA MANAGER City Some have large
CtrotCB BMUItNO ono, lIU $'. $500 BUSINESS Ion Brovard SIrS. 414-1 totrenoed CITRUS TREES others Realtor "
LAND. within
MU 6-4107 olrortlr bobU>4 JIM Clel ..- 60 foot lot per iii DOWnS. 573 47 .....111I' IIIC. $100 DOWN ft PINES -
OAKS Pull CMUT II3OJ"aMOOlatcg .
!hove (trove -
drainage district .
l laud Holiblo BIM. Call MU b.... Is 1555004 ParS
Mil, MU 0.3170: Sewer water light end. buIlt Ini. 0131410oOtrmOATB .. Sites range from H acre to
REAL ESTATE Uoae ifeolm ... .. to ill lookton I 1. Utterbook alWt {
........ S Bamoo 1110-11: OIIOVI LAUD .- ID ....., pond ... Sacrifice for $850 terms 80 A. FINEST HAMMOCK 5151 Mhooll. .. OonpleUIT" ..._,....,' 4 acres in size Prices 0. rwBwUr 005044APPEALING
1 fcodrooau, olr *Mdltlm.4 euka BMilllul klch loMl. LAND within drainage distrlct. chopping. Furnlihed threo bedroom .. Monthly poraonu M low at IMkr Waterfront
.. warm ftootioa LokolopJ Sims study homo. fruit chide. Only, 015. ear aftloo or ooll. average $1,500
Pork. tirade
0. I
J bedrooBi. > balks:11-11110: soil Prloe) OJW: pw ..... TUT... George Stewart MU 3-04:Z $500 per ocre OFFERED 513 000. Clark Realty. 4104031C1HTRU liteo $2.500 to JS..
1 $05 doss. L OojrdDB. ...
ooplleil oroox ] Borneo OM.IBMtkrot O LOU or PO*., K: UllDkkp .1 Don Sutton MU 2-6W2 JERNIGAN AGENCY, 11:1:1: : Avenue. fin;iT. R. TUCKER, Jr. 500 with LOW down pay.
,., ... room homo. Brloed for oulrk ooloMeko
5.slIst. idol Kooo MoHoc Realtors FOR SALE ..f.... Clark 5,511,. 0..... menti
11pooloiu P1,00. .... ..13:1.OIBBON : "..U.I REALTOR A .... of LeSs ytoniniiwortti. .
9 oedroome PA&IL AI 1405o0,0 I..... 110 Sooth U. S. Hwy. 1 311 5. 15555. .... LakbmdMU .root the Probes t.l1. Mia porch
JOt ...... Marl CI.... 1120 01.. 'ta. La,. memd.4 01,.. wititiso A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA Ft. Pierce Florida Eetate I I lASONABLBOWNSH.. Low; 5-0113 5 BRICK HOMESThese IsiS "appeal to IbIs S .bodroooita ..
... ,.
selling .....
J bedroom aSk Potts .,, and .... M. 0.40 loom.oaU groun doWs. Iferee oPdraonuwo POOL Ares 500.55,1. 50050500 I oaut mm Bear trio Ptor50alouthope
a.o..e ...... floor units full baiha ..... Florid' .. CallM. Ideal for a
SIS "....11.. sea eo. 003-0050. plus upstairs of' a IdoL Oaoyeor : vs Lisa .. WAseaw SELECT BRICK
OHOVI room carport
BARaAIN 10 SaNe noetranroo. oar of ,
1 cully lot parS and nude ,
S kedrooBio. CB ..nuR. LAND 400 ...... by t roan old OoodI. tics space and basement, out.. rnooo MO a.4(31 or ore ready for IMMEDIATE 11.000 ftVUOO &.
....... krooo BOW 11110,laud 5.51. .._ .......r. .... 300 S. florida Ave. 0000.I. north Lakeland 111,000down. : MU UMIBARGAIN.. homes '
t _18" S kalhiOottUwoot 501505 Ctt?. Oslo 200 AIM adlolnlni OHaoreo This Is on EXCELLENT OCCUPANCY.
1:1"a: .
:: 62193 ATTR1CTTVB
Phone MU twobedroom RETIREMENTLive
'Ourm SIC dma. a veari Kronlni, MaloolnThomao Include 3 & 4 bedrooms -
1110 BUSINESS INVESTMENT CB. lam Florida Features
I. U OBrdaen & C. Ulo or OMI-79MI Bert Rtdion, roomUlllr LAKEFRONT LUXURY la lakeland during wie ..ltor l.. .
% ,
a oedroooo 1 .u.
\ awning wlpdowe till both
liar 1C Leie at Dlok I Reclly,I Sailor, -3711, opportunity seldom available .. 2 Baths Florida and BMnwik. IB 5 Mo bedroomla ,
mulcted klroh eablnelo,
CIe .l ed Bnlihu $1104135S 1011 loot Main. .h... 0811191' necr boll. Ow MwttioMl Motion.
As Iowa.
bedrooms, famllp .-. In 01 exclusive and I eahuol.51ion.aodaberukse.Ps.d HOME Dining Rooms
Nme sPores md hue Ko-lMl.
trwu BO city tuec Wonder-
001.0 "'". soar "-. -- strategic a location os this Out eslshbothued. IlIOai p.000- $450 down M ooo ran woooe __I.
8M-1UO or oootlllUXKItVONT COOT !" 18..1 home. 17100 Toro. Blilecoonl DOWN PAYMENT VA. '
pertaining I
rioP..n. d for aaoh hi my cmulty. PAINT & PUTTERm
Proportp.... lUBHeonentIM kclilaao. .wooded TomiiwaUJO. soar. SNUG .. orreo prime enow.olaro Martin price, terms, rents. lease, 1" ......aIa, two block ..1 -DoadlUoa Top guallty IneaUd 11_oa. la beautifully like now LMLA. ....., sod po0lanio. wlU'
IT 4DS-40 w. I, WWI.. ., al.HEAU Oountv oranlo irof Vorltaoliold 'and available of Wanaek .. Bkjlloo Aoreo Aim andwaped. ....10" lot In a fine P"- 11,00. bsdomoe P0,10 10Op
.... UNUSUAL BUnol ... eel, S t. 10 rear; expenses on .redo for building lot or truckwnor ..... This It.... bag 4 largo bodrooma COUNTRY LIVINGRight to. 40 10.0 = Mont.,5
...... ._.. ".000 Vskm.la "ausoy11e5e" request Shown by appointment 444-9734. living room ooparat dla- 0355010. Pu.. ton., ,
140 Wontid To Rsnt Mlic. WOU BABOAIMH tMelO Of lleorU4. load IIP 10- s5.PotOd 13455 ..._. nfRItII .tmROO" CB 1300 dsp.. "Ing room, two. Florida ....... with shade 100'> tot __.
Convenient 1.aw Tooiploi Ireeo picked .100 b.-. 00. 18 ..mth pretty kIMion and ,_fut In town
10 sums eomo .w4Ui. BoiueiHAVS ,, oaH. Produrtlon ...r.... II.IIIor ills Borth W..to A... NU room. overelied two-cay attached trees and real seclusion -
NEED ATTRACTIVB bone fur- h..11ea 0101. sOld soslil d.w
Plebed or nrorolohod for .... .......to. Call Sdsirolm Thomas.IsUlu. ..... w/lUi kit orowui eomli. Exclusive with 54000.IN Ia,.., bee 1 full bathe and I Include 3 bedrooms W.R."BILl"WILLIAMS
feeeloDol. .d..... Pop top re*I. eaa-7iH. 50,1 __.... o.alato300sarsl. 500,00.roo' BEAUTIFUL ...1.01.. T.... air PattI la labs rocldonci, all Features
.. .
leoeo. dork HeoItT. 'BO.4031fWO 110.11 5554-2715. Beautiful tall .It.4 to '_ .ua 000 .10, Pork (behind Limo .V..Idoaeal ..lib. the mod modem and ... 2 Baths Florida
oett Iowa will Bhorproiini CECIL lull flitoree.' IB addition. tberoe
ROSENBLUMRealtor .... throi bedoomi
OB Utroo bedroom uo IOta In Miidullo roelrlcUd pMomiUvoi or .wloo. oipirlncod sow OIls boneo and etuttlo on Room double carport, large
rurnlihed bo... tot both nor titr voter' 71 teal OHIO In.._... why B.t fly dome two tile boUii. dIals Ac a promleei. with lOb both. Oniho with Shut- 50.10... LIlLA
d. room Central riooi and air UN lull ta.,.. oar. ...... ,.. .od onocK tbk loot, Florldoetoiinooovor room wim knlit-la China eioeot lakofronl, there to a dock and, fenced In yard 1131 I. PIond. .... sia-Ice
Double ..,...r" 113.1721. VMtahto rltA> ettr lower. 1.110 [Wing.ust I koauty Pit. rio living room, ounkoa tlorlnraplcoc oublo boot heojo wltn e.n dock fleboord Court sod modem
1831 South Florida Ave. 55 room wIll. -openi
IP. Wooded loll Mortbiuo, *> ooomlrobloi M-3To for appointment ..11ItIIcb.lt. _
ouuuldo, .tote. (3.MMp. ; .. DlI''". eo.tr' aIr 50051. Ibis BIWIO hap MM hooa eomeraId kitchen with dishwasher -
141 Lone! lentils : Koattr Lakoland Florida. __.
Queotltr dUoounto cnBilderodor I. .... 682-6036 1..1.. os4 ....IIn.. All 1Ioc1r" and h ready to If; 900 with terms
.will SolId to mil ooomj.AKKLANU 11105,5, both. srous and dIsk.oe.k.r ,on SOPS bcoa ponlomplotlngulldlag Priced at $19.
WANT TO toaoo OpeNed PUMI; lens ps54. 'To. .arnacolol or burttig a dduip homo. South-Id RN.923. WI U06RCLASalFICO !
: -
and ,,_. tUOHLAMOO DooHeliBto. o few of the many; :,. m ohouM OOP tula bdorw doing
larledlno Pros 1acrol o WIlTs FOB Pan Hit at _.. lorwo Pino oUlttrLnd '' '
... Call KU O-J047 Ca. Lot NO. .0. sosiloarkis nice things that have been 1 40 ACRES producing proMruie.IXAMPLt ...p>... oronto Vest At 1319 ... Tho price la. aiaeh low than AilS
oropofnill for bonoilM QASSlflfD
Corner bard rood 011-1930: said about 24 aoreo la none ..._........ : lottery. 100 roome Jail 011.40 Call UO 4J olt.tr Is would sod le willing. duplicate to StriP codusa thoortgago

142 Condomlolvm Apt. LOOMS" "AIIO" I.... sardi. III I fiomni lat_. homo elto. and baSis. 14 ....1... rentalo radur(30-sell Priced dsp rosneablo.(otardu sod .. owner efter a. ".....aIII. dow.0.1005t. SCOTT KELLY
00mbs. 0'.133'. Cllr Wabr :: Only 1100 per so,.. 'rooms.B. luiury kono-tel. oonUally located Wo Will be glad U ..... ottPt.AYSILL
BRIAR BRAEFLORENCE 4MOOO dowai. kndor 1400- WrLI5 aWL u.... bedroom .. .. .
Loll soil for .1""ler...b. 1.3041'13.51.451.PD"",'II M. Marler & Son 0001 ...... !lIuoc.r.... brooburo.oMuilta i:11.1., Lan.. = -= alt 'U. Realtor LMLA -

Windsor Arms and LULA _Realtor KoaltyLckclud 5500, alCott...... ......$0. 10.51. Sotralidoma. 50Ouch H. W.! STOCKARD 213 S. Tennessee I YOU CAR
1401 Mai
M-IMl II\. .. ... IIMII ...._. '_11" MU 2.5195 TO US.
deUahtlulCONDOMINIUM LAKEFRONTat BY OWliaII Tbno _.. Realtor I
9 ACRES 148 FlorIda ..... Iwo 550.. 515.4In Losartatealyled Jimmy Lawhort MU (-657! ANY CLIAN USED CARS
Newest Wotirfrint
rreoorty ._ '
bask ,ard WItS 81.
far from town weave ... Webber Paul St. Clair MU 1-3898' ROSS LAKELAND
very Residential DevelopmentsIn Oood form loll.1& 01 toko.oo. .. 3405 .. tabs up nonuu POT lob Wlllicme lAuborodatsW0.140000 ,
100 FT Likefront 38 ntIM east .0.115. 9004 ctom Luo 81AUBUHNDAU Blackwood MU 2-6716 MOTORS INC.
i a beautiful I acre the I. M.aoo, 01000 down md litPO' at Lakeland Jim
oa LaSS lUtcmnoba.Lait 10. attor... ..
lakefront tract Price 13300 nwntk Inoludlnt 4* lolereet.Ooorra tot for nit at I4 OO. Hind Jim Follcrd JrO 1500 W. MomoriolBlvlPh.
APARTMENTSWELCOME LAKELANDHIGHLANDS ...... dry C.. It, hoot to Klo.Immee ap.CJo\l' CB Fiord ZUnmcrmejin. tr I MU LSIIi
go .
MV Hot
I per acre. Shown by opximtment ,. or Miami Boo R. ft LeloR tw* pidrooa _, ntr ..... ,11 Florida ...., MU 43133UCB .
Don Button MO Moll !,. ... .. _
.I.tH 1131
only I TERMS. > k Oardner B L. II.'. or Bud Goons,00' with. Olflco- Oleander
Ull at Dirk' '. Realty. loll Bait air oondltloalni. tnoludUK well KO 4-O111
to Windsor Drive South out Cleveland A. F. PICKARD Mall .,. Phono MO S.1133PPROZIMATKLT ... iippoi e round Irrlntloo.
roaooil aid ...... Woiklno 111.unco .
Arms! In Lakeland finest R. M. MARLER Heights Blvd., past the New I acm on 1 to ..... 001.1 ouihood ...,. 1I
residential to Carlton Palmore Elementary RKALTOB LastS Lat. ...., 4JO. ft Lak'front Loeowd lOT 5500.. .,,"' .
area. Ready
& 300 a. Fk rM4 A... Beautiful two bedroom b.... 1 ,Call wo tHMBKAOTirDI .
be occupied. Convenient one SON School to E. Highlands Phono' MO 4-3181 oottagok Income, ahown. It, ..- loko'owo.kulldtr STOP LOOK LISTEN Sold Since 1911

and two bedroom apart LN1.A _..... and look for signs ..I....... OIl,. Coab.t .. C. i.,. ., Thru HOMI M or tow M
.355 ... L. ..
1401 stall 204611.1 Oardo.r or 1.rob. It' for I
Uel for ore looking ensof
with wall .. room twintorto you
scents complete Dlrk't Realty, 1011 E Mala
CECIL ROSENBLUM BEARING GROVES Pb... MO l-.133IB'BEDROOM' ..I... rtotldo roo.. linMoco the nicest apartmentsites Wo h... .aetlvot eorvod tho noodi of trio orHl-a realeeUto
built .
to wall carpets .In ipoclouo icnoaod porokutllltr f.... 0.10 lilt.
and dishwash CITYIOTj4orllsouoI UkilandU10 00 A.- "". ._4171.ooo.a b..... ouiiu sod room ....... oorport.i In Lakeland, here it Is.I
range oven, '. IS young .llr.. troMy aIl4LTO. ... In kltoboa I900O. Located S Ills I....i rvd PIll obmM Ml toonno W. bellow' hi Lokoto-d anoj PaHl Countp .ft' taho 05
$ A. .
e and
111 OOP Lot 100' 200' four nice otturofc
: .
x Ito
pwtI h.
1131 5. .
Ploelde .
ers, disposals, centrally CII wotcr and ..... Owner Pb. MIr I-fOJI 100 1. InlieUon-4300.Ooo, Kotia ol oo, oa 101 ta Croowioioocheo 0... .. 0104154. Irotornat aaHvlMoo.Wo .
heated and air conditioned. 003-0320, 2 0 I"loa"60 not Owner. MU S..1111I.aCRlP'C' 0500? o1.L ,I 5000 I. partments, furnished vtill
In fhwldgm
Uboiai IPtho koot Otto
ALL OK part at aoo lronl... al 10 *.-.... oou-IO.OOO.: Q 1 D A. oobla podraon kmOi-It': 1 lOots: ty room and six carportson koito which a thol oo rs.esfsadlv.<
Located in Southwest Lake-1 too bleak, .. tit oubdloUUm' not.MTMO I3SSO ... tuollr
Cell A e |uet out.ally 3 bedroom oo land only 2 blocks from .Id. Unite, ...... MU I. OWN A PART OF 10 ..-honor ooU-M7IOO. a7MO. coca or loom UUProfMnrMM 1,515. sree,001r, 0,5oarstylI. West 50'. Room for more Wa kolloo* Lakeland hat 0.. moot ataplo ao la
'11I"-.. 33 A.-er .. la iro'o-433000. In,.. Iota from MOO I* off oa .. eo._ mIlk wall-b. partments on East SO' yieriOO.Wo .
Southgate Shopping Center, .week ...,.. croon A .OooxMeo wall oarNok os. ale.trIS rao.e, O.IIOV* tho cultural sod rooroetto allrMla I lo
these otter convenience to TED TOWSON Bid...... S Mil- Moria M 0.. HOBO .. S0SIs. Zoned for apartments One Uhdend make* Iw kapov retiieniinl lloina.Wo .
FLORIDA .. 301 W..... anol watorlIV ._mi oMtor Md botMtolOnrlooklni block South of Shuffleboard .
In lullv MOertnoo court pk oaooof
j KoaltorI kellov kdrtg
moat everything including ... ...
I .. ., OWNUt. ao _1..1 Lake I. ,1. ilihtoiilck Courts. An Ideal location Uto root .. IWd. OKo koMor to opevw kpOMrlnw
MV 311* S17 5. Flu for ..
banking, city bus service IDEAL .. Arl... In Ankurkdalo two _. for I. |w wwnv, XVT and poll up pvb .
recreation shopping The Moma, two koiao. sold MedoiUoa 5-0055. apartments. Located at 718
.. ... .. all olootrto homo. Cenlnl': OWNCK"' ttfo bodroooi1Cl.
18" .1. $00 111.1"111' : East tints Street. Price I
two story buildings have ".,..._ ,..... It,..... ISO I heel and ml r conditioning Throe, Clonuoid Hotokt, WidoW .aua, Arthur M. FkkorpJ, Goorg Stewart
elevators to second floor 1NDUSTRLOCATION ACRE 5 ....... "on old. ..|... to> oett. Ooo B Horih Com to nortrMO. no*. $60,000. By owner. Don Suite
M A. aroto Inolttdlno VollktUoroe I O LoU, 1011 Coot, Morn OOQ.0,010. 0 ->OJT.
apartments plenty of park. 470.000 M.. laps. 40-41331 Auburndalo. WO ,=, .ro.r OUT oiUoolutmiu _...... O. J. LYGRISSE
log, and you will be do 4ft A. producing Orongo kroroIMOOO. I' dHM 55.40,5 ..,..... 1
lighted to find only a small TRACTSFOR so A' producing. a** down Orongo. .groro 150 MTltlllorllOSS. t,. !ln-tol...... lor oo n. Clan Bool' 838 East Orange st. A. F. PICKARDREALTOR

monthly maintenanc ONLY 10" will, 187.SOO. moot I .ALT ACRB ...'". Trailoy. buIlt. '
down. ling SPACIOUS Owen kono brat.- PHONE MU 6-6969 LMLA
ilteo _
charge partial homestead .0 A. ...... heavy producer, IrMotion .. I6M 111 da new Out oornor iroundo, top
tlf iflntohH
acres, one mile wes $25 blIss acre lot. 443151 ..... BoriolB. 300 S. Florida A.
I exemption, and most all I1U.000. 20* down. 3$n. bIos lo.thold.1 .. Phone MU 6-219)
120.. 5,0501105 Orano. sosor B oli>. .$..4031.
other conveniences to make ot Lakeland city limits on' 5400.050. 501dos.. .
home ot Windsor DOWN MONTH :500 .. .ro".e" Coesl .noh,: Rsol Estate Exc...-. cLAIStPt100lSPt.AV". --. Cl.ASIFIOO' DIS"LAY
your ,Highway 92 920 feM on 1.000.000. sew ...... .
Arms the most pleasant BOMB, kuelnoee. Fin
place in Lakeland to live highway, 908 feet r.ilroadrront.ge. JOHN J. BRENNAN orei, modern flop bedroom. II5 i
OatS OtO.., for sits or .. "321J -'
exclusive HAys HOMO la Tampa ..
by UI W. Waist Bt 0004103 I I.r homo I la Lakeland .,

P. O. BOX linn. Call McDonald. .
o Lakelandor
POUR ACHBfl nearly sow two. Tampa ......3S| ..... 1M0I..d.1

DICK BARNES phone MU 2.54U ON DADE CITY ROAD IMd....Low. CB dowa. bosom Bamonl. fokcod, Trader pai.uro SRVIN 0105-4130.UNITS IceveUt WATlUr Ant
fgrnlehodl four
UII-2OU.: unite, furnlihod. Bioelleat rentol -- 5 a ___ I. t16. 2500sSltCLulM
REALTOR MEL RUDYLMLA year ....... For .mio or Irode I
for email boui. or ......... mort.lelei. 51ATsnCOMM.OYa
OVER 200,300Artouittlrsl :> REALTOR GROVE BARGAINS!!I MU 33334.IUHWAT sscssowoss f sstrneCONbG4StUM

1,4,050101. SOd Pa.lorlroat MORTGAGE BROKER '
Mrs. J Wilbanks I ....01........ al,55 fluted 152 Rsol litoto Wonted I -..
associate f., II' "...... ......10' 200Aim. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. 58 ACRES (3680 trees) all --- aNd 554 111Io Pelt. T. ..... AemSes.5Psobs

01 (504.SI 5200 Mom..,.. C.I..trh".... al mouse dial 680-4107 any time oranges with crop insur-. 250x500 ft. on Lake Parker P.MS LIsa $45 iso _

II 2011 S. Fla. 686-7103 RI_. WI1to top fr.. ill'. 51 PIc,. nce on 40 acreo Only $3,. LIST YOURPROPERTY I 0105.5 455. S..05* s.mbv MAltese .0
LMLA Ma MooSe or,... 55.0 1.55 St .sd -.. \I 10.505.
SCHULTZ REALTY 1 45 luilnoso Pronirty 100 per acre. WITH US Juncr. Memorial. llvd. end #92
; .108 W. UK' .lKn 55.Ooa .
50s. 5. 500 1- 22 ACRES double .. "1t ..... .. .
I TAMPA BKtBWAI 110 I IIr. set mature 'rn.otlsu' .. II. ices'cr sb M..dd -\1& 005
LoSOlest PI. 0.0. .. wcnlo offer John ....- heavy set DOWN." H. a.. (&h.trl Pole,_ Kwrlg. Udoo IS NOMI TOilO llvlna." .... wit.* 50 000 1.m 0,55.

eL..I IID D""LA __ cLAaatFt.o DI..LAYr Sal Realtor. 194 Wm Male 5 t. oranges. 'F. Realtor LMUA. S04 0. Ten "Ie...,. ............!. ....1crafr nntls _,,,.... Suit. _015105
with II>> iM.ee A.
some grapefruit ( Fboao MV 1-1171 .. .
RERIDIrNTlAL couuuncnutrlol .... polo, ....rIat slush. .....\ 5.5. 0455 -.
.. 350 ;Neil to o .. .... Forking pork Of pga4 .11..'.. G4
trees S3 400
loto. sits. oil or.M Uoudr. ) only per'LoIS 0004*
Rroltor till Memoila acre. ....... Owpr, P. 0. I.. lOS L........ or ,_ sos

r 5105. 054-455?. w. on reiultol Hoed notion ....,... ,

18.000 square ft. manufao-21 ACRES excellent grove for I

J tUring space. 3.000 ft. Engineering land, 100 feet on Dixie is. ,.

and office space Highway for only $9,0001! M..to'"I. "I! -

KELND's 3.95 acres land with railroad not.. ( C ceo

ding available suitable for MEL RUDY

heavy manufacturing LMLA REALTOR 153 HOHIOI for Solo

400 ft. US'92' frontage 300 MORTGAGE BROKER o

1 1S2T E. Memorial Blvd. > la many WI...... ami.
and Auburndale 284 ft. dial 686-4107 time Mel Rudy Realtor HIT a M.

98 frontage on N. Florida U.S.!-- any--, oriel: Bltd BEDROOM OM410Tio CB.. Ilk* .... At "Daytona 500" By -

one city block with access corner I... wit beak conditioning. I
all oides ORGANIC FARM rtt.. Widow I
on : going aorta 44JBIAtrrinn 1st
245.0A50lOI Finishing 2nd and 3rd
3200 sq ft. Butler type 18'ny iBprofomoaUi. $1.5 arm, -
S .la elUue grofci TM .. U 4.It _...
building on 153 x 150 ft. lot, aew Tamvai oaorlliM at 017.., hums .. koaroooi. I to kola
paved road frontage 000. torn. T.IOPBOBO '_::11.10. lID. oornor lot eoaraleat loeo.

I T Ire recapping business SCHULTZ REALTY 110".IOA,, tar near equity Crrital. Onro LaS py II sintehanig OM I

completely equipped con "" .. son 111II ....... Call _.
..._... PI. M4-7000. Mkloolnl ThoenaoBEOROOklB .
ease or purchase building
THRU 1(- Wih"Florida
,or equipment. _.. alp n.51S1s.14.
I...... yard. Boat kargala h> a
147 hicomo
t MEL RUDY Property .cry doolreolo tooslos,. Can W

I REALTOR 5.4501 50 alto. S .... 053-4554
TWO Dua.sx.s afro. ,
apart ..
1127 E. Memorial Blvd. ......, .... fu..loh. At.rasdIlloSod uosd WANT troatao.ON' S 0555 ea.on.000 at 51,000a laM

phone 86-4107 any time 50,0115.r0001s,1ls0p.lso. .... MIl "1001'. _
." P.. _21.iiiii .
tf CLASalClO i"LAY TO ...rn.. oitat*, by Seal ii>. .
1,__ D..LAY_ Homo or nteoaie property. OKI
d.ple. .. dreW garati. Ono with _
onioloBcp oparlmenL Two
S kod _
...- boa... 4I3404S.DOUTUMDB .

MBW _Id. *..110.It _
I ,. ....._ thea .w ....
AUTOMOBILESALESMAN 1.15 ...... 111'...... taaoo
(f hopping and ilementary oolwol
Ae.... etrool from Boutkweetnior .
High Weal WISdom ouoot.4ouu .
011 Unoola "w.osa Model.
iador eonetruetioa. Pull Inl.....
,Uoa ooll after 4 .. 40440 Ig fiIsw
A55 .,
i5iTwtts.ow ..... 1
'22r4 ,"'_... S leSl. ........ II.... irS OFFICIAL-A ____
__ rose 1'1DIIr 0lt'sssdtkoaIs VOawoaaawlI 1964 Plymouth is the FASTEST .
1 .. $541. 11140.. .1&11 so54.. competition.quipped
Salary Plus CommissionLeading 813.1444 for .p..I...... Stock Car in the World-Yes Even

,NO DUAU'TWO three "bedroomo. Plymouth's a
Meet "Owner-Driver" i Near lohaoll. chopping
Uw dams ''' Ml 155140,.I I CHAMPION
El: KIN \ACK established GM des!., has open 1194 Brunell .....333. I
Of ing for one qu.lifiedll.w car salesman.Mutt ('L..O OIoPt.8"I Stop In Today end Test Drive end Ride
be excellent closer knew used
car I- the Above
; ,; POLK COUNTY HARUY-DAVIDSON CYCLES value, and hove thorough knowledge of G. M. C. Champion Bolrorede 2-Door Hardtop

,. <(irolk< CMIMTO ....tIo.,..... D...... automotive telling. Excellent opportunity A now ,In "lino ill, 4nlnoolckuo I

foe qualified "'.... New ceo demo furn truck to lit ovorwkudiot. $2329
o Serving Creator Lakeland for I Years.o lihod end paid .vocation. Insurance pro.grsn D.... ....-arfcd : Y Special

Qoollfrco Factory Trained Mochanlcio S.SOS fee Twrooll.
*. All applicant screened and all
AcciiiorlH and ,.rts. replies held In strlcteit- confidence. $1688


: POLK COUNTY b.Ptt0'050t Reply To Box F-247 ,

HARLEY.D VI DSOH & AXLE SERVICE 1 1W. *4K 411 1.0,55Florida Are. Ovw 21 Yoon ,*

1 MOTORCVCLIS MOTODSCOOTIU LAKELAND LEDGER' 4. Homoriol Woaeok Avo.P1M4W OlooX. I'' J gf 'mm DspooOIia.QaeIt. | s.", ,,. Ph MU 2.7113 ,

\c caa-oin I
1041 Nrw TornM Hw*. CI.. 'l'.47w| 4oe Lewie ... ro r i
Mew or Shed Tric-ll 4

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I 153 Houses For Solo 153 Houses For SaleNBAKina REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE
For Sale
By Owner COMFORTABLY P JRNfanD.rmt .. O01APLITION. Tree): 153 Houses For Sale 153 Howies For Sole
L 10 UK homo Sir 5.1510 ttoul IB 'lIla fHturlnt sop
bo,uixiu on NOr Ito, 11500 Nil roto dlolni room. Miulnl ism: FOUR BBDROOUB. i 'Wji iio :
two till 1 1 .o
This beautiful lakovltw home I Sew' 'fool ftrpo] Term. CoIl llr room with IroBluo, ooublidoor I .iUu, Cl Torruoo loon N...., trMt. dm un. 01bodroomi 71,0'
n large corner owner HUH 0702 .nln 100,1 double lorHeBrnr otter on oniiltr Fhoni II-1MO,, two UK bathe l
lot, ntar Searttowit .r.(. Lallol..d'o l .... ... .. Fl-u.
end Montgomery Word MED LUAREA: 2.2 bedroom ,.. roar .7. Ids r room 1441X1 It. 1J"n, 51." "
.Irsble odd BOB OlHD builds ,, ..
Dltal I
lee "both homm oil ronvrnltnrFnroul 15,5110 ft. Oron Pant
living room with fireplace, or 557.0023MOD500 SIX ROOM m hoed he.w .
dining room, .n..rance water Uru loin will con __ Uiroo lOU AIM WO _rlmr... CoIl NU 2..57.
ball, ttirt lorgi bedrooms. two full n1dt tied. In, 5r,5te Dr.,. 1'1I1111. bedroom, too.o, "Moor' Kiuilon HUH fchool ooodfond .I
Fuld Ro.d0 Pliikui toss lollI'r .
.athl ball 6.010,0,1 rentr.0sl .1 men Cell MOt t
and half 10..lIlIh. I
bath. All electrt! kitchen with I mllo MD MW2IIIKKK -- .nd 0" .ondillonl".. 111055oo EXCEPTIONAL"mium" bodroom NO DOWN PAYMENT
built-in Bor-B Ou. BKI'HOOM no. toeel ; floor Uron t..o. 1100 down
CB homo
Will bi ownor
large family .
room ,. .
I 01 h."o"! m Rood Neor hue m itmrUMC No ilrolnr Built Ir rrlildilro
end I king sire patio. Built-in Intercom ."lal Plrn.0 eU OBO-4JtiO toInlina move ,,1,10',I '"n would.. ton.Idln .r Eutlllat ruiio ondoven M nit MALL
., ,, .. looiUoli 443 I ,
stereo In iud "i Ml 0-1155 1 m Mil ''101CLAttlFIKO C.r<1lnil L
Flu MO
a-INS 1 ..1
room, .f
every control piped In r r#
loaning system, control air conditioning and Home Bargain 11 p4till.
fcoet. Tw. car carport and .I > Bodroom block homo-tllo bi_ $56.36 jJi ( .
utility room. - ..
BEST 1flSl'ESfo (-loooo. lur Torau m-lla, r., .tut* h
1407 EDGEWATER BEACH DRIVE R. M. Marler mill down Par..., M lOt, kite A
Phone MU J-m & Son Ma., BOd.ll. sow 50dm. MB.itrwuw l '0
LIlLA INolton UND II 1 Gd1N
"L...,....'. NWM Rtoltor"" 1401 I. Main 007.600LAKEFRONTHOME '
M. .1..... N.nwrlr .OoooM0d w.la .... It bents end IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION fl Ni Tic wer
".._ and hiwhly roommttiJal .. I 0
j\ Planning A Trip 411 .... Pia. ,... 05.
000.1101 Nd-700 ,
') This Easter? I4M a Mil Ctroot Ml.Mlt"tonlnt 4 Bedroom and 2 tile baths
\ Lo>M.n< Oinio INC ,
Well -coubl.garlge-112 feet on' OWNER SALE! I
lake-ehade-RO-1142. Small down payment
On Down ToEd's
.a. .Parts. load In Mrdullt a L.M.L.S.
hr t bedroom, Ills both CB horniwllk
DECADE FOR DECISION R. M. MARLER .roort and utllnj. on 1
I 5106 lot 500rnmmsi.l'lr 10'0100'oeUe.l I ,
Hovlnt lose REALTOR In Lok.l.nJ tar the ,.<. I & SON Yore. see s month ,100
. Auto Sales DECADE, w. lure ...!! m.ny ch.no.d Much LMLA-lU llon J-7SM 0500.000 or Oil HO nrl..71 u.Truuuo MU
C : ) ,ro...... W. hd tfcn I. the DECADE FOR DI. loot I. idols' Ik MJJ1
; CISION te mid Uk.l.'"4 ,rew. I R. M. MARLER & SONTOM
And see his w......,- $50 PER MONTH

.. worry-free cart today. a Homes... C Under.. FI.Md..$10,000 room, I Homes.*. c.Under. low of$12,000.,....., $3,500 thou- sod murt 3 bedroom ko oold tromp InmMlloulr homM' I .. MAULER, Broker M"r.
1 nio...rotirtmonl. NO 10'4. ..". >tr ot. ttood "'m. Here's A Real Bargain! Mo .u llfTlni' .. clomnt _,. BOOIITM '
59 CHEVROLET. St.n".rel.hllt, radio. and heater. a. .oo c.< ..a.eolbnr.- *O IIM t I |HO(R 1101rot. ,..c.... nMr heeled, Clean as a pin and cute asa .nd roil. Minimum mar. IB For down Intormttion 51rme0t 1 "Reliable Service Since 1906"
On. wool' 'I.n. Ro lens button
this Chess Moody
owner. Suburban Homos completelyand tbrouih Prld.r eMU
'60 MG Model 1600 Roadster. ..' OIlIt. ems bale Commercial lots attractively furnished Wo Invito you to invest In the growth of Lakeland
'57 old 0 ::,WIll=i: I sssoilrut "Z'-: -= cottage Is Ideal for the 2-6116 and Imperial Polk County.
CHEVROLETS. S to choose from. Automatic 1 Ee,. C.UN, 106 5 .r arM small family. Handy to LAKE HUNTERGOOD

and straight transmissions. I!OM I*'':"ft.. t llvim Mrot, :vw... LQoI.d t10.kutlnOH XonM .11.i. store, bus church. It's a Terms : We Otter -
'61 and '62 CORVAIRS and MONZAS. Automatic .0 IM steal for the money) Clark. $28,500 *
transmissions and stick transmissions. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Realty, 833 North Massachusetts Three bedroom Two bath Homes in every price range
Unit .._. with > Oil home. mom for 55pseoloO. 686-4031.; home. *
60 PONTIAC Bonne.illo 5540 ....... ICON 15005.T.d. 180' Lake Small and large citrus
Convertible. Radio. .... IF" FrontageBy groves
.. .... __ .. .
.r, power steering, power brakes, automatic .... ...,...... W .lIa". II .oM.d. YMnw BEST HOUSE BUYS Owner Farms and pasture land

tranimisilon. ThoM .r. |ut 0 fw *f the ...*, lliHnf' *. !I.... LARGE CHOICE OF TWO. Phone MU 6-4832 *
for hill d.t.71. m MN. *r .nythlnf olio. In the Lakefront acreage and lots
S.. ..... .. ..... THREE BEDROOM
Jo. or EdEds ml I N. Writ" w FKom SEND FOR
HOMES. BRICK AND I....... llillnit of oiocuilntnoomo
HOWARD BLOCK WITH TERMS I >, Mini with 1 lo 40 >..... -
Auto Sales Inc. GILLETTE FROM 1100 DOWN AN I iburbto ( -rN.lna mco.. I Thomas J. Wilson Harry T. Messlck Elinor J. Peters
1053 E. Main St. Ph. 683-5744 II* W. Walnut .. 0. PlorMl HAVE BRAND NEW Kt I. Bol 1000 1401 E. Main St. Ph. 682.6(51"SERVING
.. .
"WI... Volum. Mokii Volul '".. I." .BATH HOMES ON LOW ::1'13.CLAa"If'&O


$1001MEL RUDY ,


I 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. --
dial 686-4107 any time _


) y FROM 2 to 8 P.M. I

INSIST ON--- SEE Saturday It Sunday
aflWARRA Built By


Guaranteed Warranty COMPLETE Rest I
Estate AUCTION \

I service. BACKED by

I notional advertising.Let .

ui tell you'what

day your property will GREATER LAKELAND"

"Look For This Seal" toll. 'Specializing In: General Sheet Metal Work & RoofingBy



1 Realty
682.2545 1005 N. Ruth Lakeland' Fla. Ph. 682-3)63 & MU 6-001S

T > ARRA ..T4s '.'

1 4yt4Ft
Because c WAEIRAK0 I

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f It guaranties you 15% discount on ALL PARTS \


It assures you a TRUE discount because you show I
2 AFTER the repair work is I .
GW certificate only
done. / FULL ACRE LOTS 1495 "

thousands of franchised dealers COAST
is good at t
3'It j I
TO COAST not just at the selling dealer.It II I

fT I

gives service by foctory-trained mechanics; only
.4 $150 DOWN

new car dealers can qualify as GW Members. $25 MONTH I

t. MAIV oso WWyl/t NA Wt's .

Guaranteed h I :
Warranty 1 Drive out today and see
% Cn 'u1K <
%. C $TAL LAKE these high and dry, ideal

Offered By--- i CROVC ,ttiYSTALLK A, home or trailer sites.

fB11pP Convenient to shopping, j
schools, and recreation.

Claude Jenkins' Bunker Hill Inc.LincolnMercury a j
O U v Paved road, ..I.ctricityand
Inc. Lakeland Ford Co. Inc.
'EATON telephone.CRYSTAL .

Kerley Pontiac Streater Buick, Inc. 4 y1P ItK I

4L. '0 0
Pendarvis .. -

M B ER M. P. Tomlinson, Inc.


Ross Lakeland Motors, Inc. ;

Phone 682-6116 Mr Barker /
e Paul Naylor| Motors 0 :

r >. w vv '....... i .,/

04it "wAR AJg Harold Fussell, Inc. ._..-- ;- Ji, \ '1-.---'

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Meet Another Man

LAKELAND AND POLK COUNTY i Sites located In Convenient Proximity The only AAA Approved MOTELof .
its kind this USED TRUCKS
in area.
To Main Arterial Highways. AND TRACTORS

: tl rODO w Mrw V>n I.*,,
10 Decorator styled, comfortable efficiencyuniU / : C..r .... IU4I
rn. AREA with the latest Frigidalra appliances, I 'a'.rows?...'.4...Mr.,... ...._...-......*e.rI
.. ...
many In colon.Appealing ,.... ...?.. .-.,..
enduring exterior design.On .
M.W.. ....t'.,...'= :.M.A AUTO
CITY SEWERAGE 3/a acres of 'lush, green, level ground. 01.-.4M Mb aaa
Neo new $500,000 championship golf INTIONATIONM. Cuk O.H4!
court and $7.5 million residential area. 7 h., rife t.etri* itartw. SALES
vntfw.meu..,n..Wn IIMWInMllwit **
$100,000 with $45,000 down, balance al MM
Many more
f. choose from

I UK S.wHIR.Ida REALTOR, A.t.yMM. RALPH PUTNAM Hollywood Village Motel TRUCK & TRACTOR i
420 Like Mirr.r Dr. Lakeland, Flo. i
Cli-1177 w friora Ii ied Rail' Is,.,. Servfce"' Lakeland, Florida .
Phw MU 2-4117 Home of Qualify Cars
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speed tranimlition. Service $2295
policy................................. .

Y YIPRICE '63 PONTIAC Benntvtlle 4.Deor

Hardtop. Loadid. New car $3995 .
warranty ........................-.. I

Biggest Savings in History! '63 CORVETTE StlngRay. Leadtd
with everything. Only 4,000 $3795
miles ....................................
Highest Allowance in History!
'63 CORVAIR Spydtr 4 .pltd.
Whit. with black bucktttoatf. $2195

T '63 DODGE .Iar. 4.Doer Hard.
top. Fully equipped. Blue $2395
with notching Interior ......

SMASHER '63 FORD Falrlane 500 2.Deer
Hardtop. Whit. with ,.dln. $2095
1 terler. V-S, automatic ........
__ BRAND '63 FORD 4.Door Cu.t.",. loaded .
Including air. low, $1695
Jj 1 '63 FAIRLANE SOD Door.. V I,
stick, overdrive. Real sharp. $1795

EASY '63 BUICK 4.D,0" FII power
Including factory air cm.ditloning $2495
BANK ONLY _............... ,

.fraol Nee .LRI.w set.eR FINANCING '6J'/i FORD XL Fully In....
Hicfil'i f Only 6,000 1111... Local $2895 .

I .164 trend..COMIT.lncl .11**v Hid. C 0 M E T PAYMENTSUNTIL NO Swear ..............................

...YIprR.Rr.d, 63 YELLOWSTONE Trailer Just
tor tk. nut. like new and Ideal veto- $1 095
1 MAY lion trailer ........................?
..LI' .
:ACTIWIMP a.CAN..0T.OJUITIN., : NOT A STRIPPED CAR! ;>* '62 THUNDERBIRD.matching Interior.Blue Felly with $2695

j :IYNAI.ONAI WE'LL ALSO loaded. ONLY ......................
C..AN. 62 FORD Calaxle 4 Door. Fully 1
_ : OYAI :::": .. equipped.( White with blue $1495
:: OPAL NA.LIe: :;: Unbelievably low priced at e CARl' Interior .............................m I

iiNT. ii fovlNrt. '62 FALCON 2.D..,. Automatic,
radio, I
.ODY' ...11 MouleNsa ONLY ?....?....?......?.?.?......
AAMwfT. tott"\' \_\ "..; 62 VOLKSWAGEN 2 Door SunReel. -
M RLAGARIAYL 111: ........-!";...;;':: n.nl Radio, hector Like $1395
':' LLTu':1I eTRINaN.YLATO 1998 "." \:NW:.:. t.,:::h. !1e fl mw. ONLY......................... .
.00' CIW J::MIM Y ny,4'n.l't\ \ :MIMt t:plod
rYLI e..TM W II" '
AROUND .uMMR :':,'.:'::"w :aM:: o clw f. .:.::yYL' ,,"':; 62 PONTIAC Convertible. I
r ::" Tm .0011 : ,.:.:, .. Radio, heater, full ,.wer. $2195
x110 U." WNnL eAet :' ""''C.mt in' .M ..M Jest. like .new. ONLY .. .....
a [ TONT.OL Nr1n MM.S.
aOM:[ LIT{ Mr A.nld tNw1R.. i.I..I
I DUAL COAT 110011' This 'INCI.I price .ppll" N .11 C.mRM sold p. CLAV.e,:1. MM n. '62 FORD Calaxte( SOO Convert-
I, tNiiiilAiiL10 VIILVII Sr ..,..,... .fOl' IIII"nl.ht March list.17 Ible. Loaded. Blee I w It IImak.lnl $1 S9S
/ ALM''UO' IIIU"LIIII'l Interior ..............

III performance style '62 CHEVY 11' 2.Doer Hardtep.
savings. .
Radio, hooter, automatic $1495 I
1J. Ixtra sharp _.................W
THE 100,000 MILE
: '62 FORD Ranch Wages 4.D..,. ,
,,a ....... 6 cylinder Stick. $1495
j DURABILITY CHAMPION !.. _...,._"POlca Y.IIN'MI"'ON.M..,.............lbndR. ..... S arp .......-.-.....-......M
(r ..001......."" ....11I..vo'....... '" I

"] '61 Extra DODGE Glees 4.D..,. Full power. $1295 I

t ONLY .................._...........

__ '61 OLDSMOBILE MS Deor..
L l'0" Fewer iteerlng' automatic. $12 95
1 I A real I clean one ................

'61 RAMBLER Alii.......... Riolthorp.
2 to c..... from. $13 95
j: Leeded ...............................

'61 FALCON Plch,. A real eke
little truck. $995
22,000 mlloi .-

,r t t i ii' '63 CHEVROLET n ten plcbp.
Only 5,000 actual $1495
/ miles :.... ...... ..__..

60 THUNDERBIRD Full powerand
factory sir Local $1795
wned _........m.m__M

'60 MO Roadster. Loaded, wire
wheels. 2 t. cheese from n $1195


We hay. many, many were t. select from. Over
150 car selection. We hoe access t. .., kind' at
\ vehicle yea might want. Won't you try uiT Coma
.la and lot us save yea sam( ....,.


MU 2.8610 MU 6.8133


Over 20.000 satisfied customers.



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Have The/
VOLKSWAGEN OpportunityTo
'ORSCHIt Bulcki USED CAR OldsmoWlei
: 'J tit' '1 ,"" ""
\ .
PlymouthsStudebaker Serve Greater Lakeland
3 i Cadillac
,1:: t >.:: .

Chevrolet I5" S Volvo And Polk County In Its

,..' I Dodges
Fords TRUCKS Construction Progress
1 Dodge
Mercurys UBtt2"JHBr Studebaker With Our Service

rte AII Nice Cars- And Products"


Courteous SalesmenCall *
'A.nu.1 ',.U.. DOORS

. In 1960' In 1964' For Your Favorite SalesmanR. *ALUMINUM FRAMES


I I I Number V'hicle Sales 460 1,200 *AUTO GLASS

Payroll . . . 0 $69,500 $153,000 The Home 01 The "DEPENDABLES"DODGE

Investment . .$221,400 $ 297,000 IVi sincerely wish fo, express our congratulations -

fo the general contractors
Employees . . 8 25
WARRANTED 5 YEARS OR 50,000 MILES and builders construction' and personnel

"We Will Continue To Serve and Grow With 1964 Dodge Vi Ton Pick-up a . .$1775.00 on a job well donell//

1964 Dodge Dart 2Dr. Sedan . .$1830.00
Greater Lakeland and Polk County"Ross

ICt No Battle To Trade Wilh CENTRALGLASS

Lakeland{ Motors Inc. & MIRROR CO.

1500 W. Memorial Bird. USED CARS HEW CARS 302 N, Ingraham Av..
302 W. LEMON ST.
AutNIMd -,. Ph. MU 2-5183 Aueh..l.d eNhx I Phone 6n=4591 Phone 682-3135 I Phone: MUtual 6-6169






I :'60 Dodge -ri Chevrolet
$995 62 $1795
F.l.rn 4"DMT. aN> huMS... ." _tl..
.. ..
.hitt,.....will.. prM1 full WMT ir VMMI. A..I'KIAIr.' wBlto.{ *dl Mit .hulwi.Ui' ...*auN.n.IwNr. Intorlw./l Jr M'

57 Dodge $595 COMETS '61 Chevrolet $1195

itotiM w..wi.AutMMtid..MWW. aN.rlnw.r..w M Jr Mr "Ilk* nwn.YNn. tax *n.< trmM. ._ I F Mr
-'" ..-. .. MM.U twh .NnIad .....ml.I./ ..

'63 Corvair $1995 $ 58 Chevrolet $595
Turk* .h..M. pyda, :.,.. d4r.ad WlFH 4 Adtomotlc Tranimlnleii, Rodlo rend luster (fully Egeipp.d) ... I '. ...
|<. at1aN M.It. Now ",...

'62 Monza $1595 ; '63,,.. Chevrolet., .! .. $1695
9 I
/.N.d trwiMnlNiM. Wtilto will Yr.w BANKS $16 5 U.N. I II'd. AIIL .dlwNN.
...!., h.._ Plot to.|MM (rMb FINANCE WITH 0.I .w.or.

:62 fl. $1095 Immediate Delivery '61 Chevrolet $1495
al..l. I .. IINw. "r, _. 1m.radio.'..h.C.nv.r/.tl...... .Mlim.r.w..e.. ...utJul MaM.whiUfinitH
.,tI..... SPECIAL-14 Comets To Choose From-SPECIAL with ofl Itl.' InMrN.

'64 Corvair '63 Chevrolet
.... $1995 ...,,1. 40Mr.M.t..... !....u.T.,l.,$2295
num. CauN. Mrwd..l..law. .......N..Nr. . .
and to rn.un. whiu wall>
59 Pontiac $A954D '62 Chevrolet $1695
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: Beauty Recreational Facilities .


( Make Wales Favorite For TouristsLAKE


WALES-Nestled In ed 4ft mile east of Lake

the highest section of central Wales, hat undergone a plant "', .<
Florida with ample facilities expansion program costing ,.. .... '
for outstanding fresh water 300000. ''. '.";\
The ladder .
is a symbol of fishing and a complex of win- Expansion Announced
= ice ter colonies and recreational j.
facilities Lake Wales has The St Joe Paper Co., also
success the rule a measure earned a name for tourism.At located outside of town has

the same time the little operated I warehouse for the

of each city and Its environs Is a last 10 years. Just recentlythe ,
step. headquarters for citrus with firm announced It would tMr S \

E1 verdant orange groves crowdIng expand operation by constructing I
rr up to the very foot of a corrugating planton 1 ;
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rot scenic Bolt Singing Tower and their property. t. ilJ\
Since 1958 we have made a several fresh fruit and processing The company will spend i ,:I'I'!

plant which roll out over $1 million In building :

climb YOU have beena ? Its name the world over on construction and machines ....,... \
steady r crates and cartons and cans and expects to have a 63,000
r The two-faceted aspect of square foot building erectedby

big factor in our In = s Lake Wales U rapidly undergoing the end of the year. A little
progress. alteration however. In over 100 people will be employed
., the last 10 years--and for the by the plant.
turn we have tried to save YOU next 10 years a variety of Said Williamson, "T hey .
new Industries will be coming have expressed great faith In
a into the city and established the Central Florida area and
steps by stocking a most complete = concerns art moving with the said they can foresee an 100
times with programs of expansion per cent plant expansion In

line of quality merchandise =eat and renovation. the A next new addition 10 years.to" the Lake

r Plant Expanded Wales industrial scene will be
1 Florida Citrus Canners Co- the E. J. Malone Bedding Co.
competitive prices- operative, processor of "Don- which has Just purchased 21
ald Duck" brand Juice and acres of city property at the
citrus products, la the last Lake Wale Airport Th* company
coupled with friendly = 4 two yean has spent $2.S mil which manufacture .
.. lion In I plant expansion program foam rubber and cotton bedding 1
for reported George Williamson innersprings and related
service'r JA ; auto dealer hen and products, ha already eid-
i it R the head of Lake Wales' Industrial mated that In 1V4 years It will
Council of 100. employ I approximately 100 ICI
1 r Most of the expansion at the people In 2'/J :years 200 to
'ar 250, according to Williamson. <
t itr Cooperative was made to include '
a new cold storage Other Firm Noted
warehouse and a salad plant
Other Industrial fixtures that
irfJ. "In this plant, relocation have come into being In the
and expansion has freed some .
last 10 yean Include Petersen
of their old facilities that will
Industries, maker of citrus
s a r shortly become available to harvesting equipment and machinery
/uutk fJjb.u ijoid/L. pat WJz other Industries who coma
gaLi r here." Williamson said. Flor- and Lake Wale Furniture "
Industries. Inc. Meanwhile
ida Citrus Canners Coopers- T-
crrt citrus ha* been nail
tC tlve employs around 1,200.
represented by Alcoma Association

r' TO Firm Crow a fresh fruit plant:
Hunt Brother. Inc, Lake
:r Flamingo Tile Corp., manufacturers ;
Wale Citrus Growers Association "
of ceramic tile
i Waverly Grower Co-
have also undergone a plant
iC expansion program which one operative Service Co.and Highland Park TOP ATTRACTION .- OM *f the tsp eltracHtus .( FhriJ k the lk Sisela.i Ttwtr, sear

JSEDMERAHARDWARE year ago, increased facilitiesby An accurate barometer of a Uk Weis.l wee kn senses eke nflttttoe s* l The tows ws built ky Edward lk M a MuthnryI
I which vlitt. swld find end eel Hits IMS toot Ibwri. A
100 per cent and raised till town' growing prosperity Is, r peas. kMirty, perpe.e faithfully
payroll from (0 to 100 people. of course the progress of Its fatal d eke MnttMty b te MiUlm fMlteb sttsmtoe' by CwUlwnMM Ase.e KIM*.

a Southern division Business of Ditto: Forms Corp.,, bank*.. The Lake Wale dollars city limit to take care of a log board are two more aim Klsslmmee River Bridge to

=s In Laic Wales and cent l emporiumshave population which I* expectedto Car retirement settlements forth the lake from 8J miles, to 6S
130 E. Main opened a plant been
St. MU 2244 Lakeland thriving.
J'/i and sine then double Itself In the not too National Brotherhood of miles.
years ago Lake Wales Bank Trust
. .. have been constantly expanding with total deposit of around distant future. A factor la Sheet Metal Workers and the The effects, according to .
The company has Installed $14,800,000, has doubled facilities growth It easy accessibility National Association of Professional Mayor Harry Lane, will be to
the completion of Highway 2T Fire Fighters. create a vast water reservoir
$150,000 new
In the last 10 First
arm yean. and 60 both four-Uner will
for the area, an asset that willcontribute
ment In the last all months Harry Myerburg president
tlil if.l 'By f I 'H Federal Saving and Loan Association 'mean boost In
a shipping
strong *
In the 1730,000 plant, which is with deposits l of of Stevmler Inc.. has fore- substantially to
iti ifti highly automated be and freight emanating t* cast possible population of Lake Wales' reputation.his a
so can $10.15,000 has put up a MW a
and from Lake Wale,.
served by only 10 employes building costing approximately I,00 within six mile Retirees good place to fish and will
In the last two years Call 250000. First National School are keeping pace will be served by buses open the area even farther to
Sand and Silica Corp., local- Bank-deposit*l $5,069,000 according with the population growth. going twice a day to and tourists and to water transport
to recent counMias Polk County School Board ha* tram Lake Wale. City Manager Howard F.
pent $316,000 In the last three purchased 400 acree of land Bum has been making fur
years on a new building which for $183,000 for the Construction Golf Coon Featured that Lake Wales, In term of

has been balled as represent. of .a new Junior high Another development I* Indian municipal Improvements is
log a new trend In bank school The site will also Lake Estate, which was keeping up with the city'sprogress
t architecture.New probably double a* the location started In 1957 and ha* recorded In other areas Helping
to accomplish: this he said
LfNJA)110I. Markets BuIlt of a future new high slow but steady growth. I II a IMS reassessment schedule .
school,and athle: o plant It now contains 179 homes
that has set assessments at
"Bank- In lake
New and T.OOtt half lot
school la Uk Wale acre plus a
100 cent, from
Wale In the last 10 year per up
are Spook Hill School. Hill- recreation area suitable for all
have increased by approximately highs of JO to 85 per cent, and
$12.JOO,000fc declares crest School and the new air- types of water sports For hat "near doubled" revenuesIn
conditioned Janey WleaSchool golfers there Is an 18-hole
the last 10
Growing with FLORIDA and POLK COUNTY! Williamson.Elsewhere the elty has seen which tern Negro course and a nine-hole light. City It years.Black
the emergence of a new Kwik student. A bequest from the ed "pitch and putt" course.
Chek and A & P supermarket family el William P. McDonald Winter homes, plus year. A cagey financial program
*, I II awaiting the start of helped put up the new. found residences make up has kept Lake Wales In the
a $300,000 expansion program ultramodern St William Catholic two attractive colonies nearby black. "When I came to Lake
at the Lake Wale Hospital, School. Under enlargement Lake Wales. The villageof Wales In July 19S3 w*' had
Comparative Financial Statements SHOI FAIR-lklmd scheduled to start very shortly are the present Junior Highland Park two mile $21,000 in reserve and $478-
LEEDS SHOES-Bartnv high school and Polk Avenue south of Lake Wales, contains 000 In U. S. short term certificates .
"Retail sales in Lake Wales 70 home and the posh Highland both 60 day and 90 day
r 12 Month 12 Months SHOES-WInter Havin have Increased 100 per cent School.NALCREST Park Club which has a notes," said Burns "We keep
1958 1963 JET SHOES-WInter HevM or more in the last 10 years" Opened roster Which Includes 150 that money continually In

LEEDS SHOES-flint City said Williamson -I think About tight mile from lake member who come there vested.
t Gross I Income . .-. .. . . . $$697,743 1899900.80 FAMILY fAIR-Wont we're very optimistic In Lake Wale 'a new population nucleous from the Midwest and East "During the last 10 years,

Cost of Goods Sold . . . . 382,136.56 1115582.41 o LEEDS SHOEJ-Twland City Wales. I think In some respects unique II housing mushrooming development, an generally for the period of w* spent $1,026,737. Out of on that city$400-improvements.
we're on the thresholdof OK. 15 to April 1.
Gross Profit of Sales. . . . . .315606.96 784318.39 LEEDS SHOES-New Smyrna a population Increase." designed for the r e Ured The site of the Bok Singing 000$600,000 was financed by bonds, ,
by capital Improvement
emissaries of Uncle
Mayor Harry Lane agrees"We've :
Operating expense . . . . 310,784.94 641,191.60 LEEDS SHOES-Mt. Den got things going for Called NALCREST(National Tower I* Mountain Lake, a accounts. We haven't
beautiful residential
area 1J4
LEEDS SHOES-Uk City us"According been in the red the whole
Net Profit Before Federal Income Tax 1,822.02 143,126.71 Lake Association of Letter Carrier milts north of Lake Wales. time. Burns estimates I the
LEEDS to Lane.
Rest. the development I* under
budget will run close u .$1
Federal Income Tax . . . . 1,44661 53,693.69 a LEEDS SHOES -Plnsll.s Perk Wales, which is four square construction by Stevmeir Project Planned million a year.
miles In area, Is the smallestcity
Net Profit . . . . . $ 3,375.41 $ 89,433.02 LEEDS SHOE5-M....... Reach In Florida according to Inc.In the of last Baltimore 12 months who put have In the offing for Lake Wales Here according to Bums Is
The liD are plans which might make what the city has been doing
population. population
., Earnings Per Share . . . . 03 .75. LEEDS SHOES-St. PHJ( ) within the city limits l was 8"-- 500 rental apartments and a the city m the words of with its money 11\the last 10
LEEDS SHOES-Fert ( ) town center--containing: store
Myn(2) 000 in 1960, is slightly over George Williamson the "fresh years:
SHOE fAIR-lwt Mien 10,000 now, A J.500 populationIncrease craft shop, post office! -and a water capital of the state" Paving and storm draining

I b Gat ACME DISCOUNT-Ir"e.'ol In 10 years is fore recreation center. This to a project by the Florida In the northwest section of
U I seen. The development corpora- Department of Conservation town. $250,000; draii age- in
+ FACTORY OUTUT-T."" Population growth appearsto tion Is now completing plan to build a navigable waterway the downtown area $50.000 j. In
JET SHOES-Orlln'o(3)( ) be so precipitous that Lane for a second unit for the Na- from Klsslmmee to the Sunset Drive-Ninth Street-
JET SHOES-Ocale says the city Is considering tional Association of Retired Lake Okeechobee which will Marietta-Hth Street area $38-
plans to expand the size of the Postal Clerks. On the draw- shorten the distance from the 720. Carlton Avenue. $9J10;
y t e GOODY SHOES-Deytone lea. Euclid Avenue $..878.

: a GOODY SHOES-Tttvnllle Street.Resurfaced .

f GOODY SHOES- ? ei aT o u
i Resurfacing of 30 mile of
Weal Palm loch(2)( street ".11" don without

S GOODY SHOES- borrowing" $158828; sewer
I Ft. IwdsnklsU( ) extension on the north1 lakeshore

Lsiat GOODY SHOES-D, $100,000; aewer'work in
the Sunset area, $55,000. .
a GOODY SHOES-N. Miami Bch.I Remodeling of City Hall

GOODY) SHOESHollyweed(2) e three yean ago. $30,000; purchase
W. ( of two new fire trucks,

t _ $ GOODY SHOES-MiMlt( ) $37,000; enlargement of waterworks
; plant at Grove Avenue
a t
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a JACKSON lYRON-Mlaml mains around the lake
W $150000
LAKELAND STORE AT GROVE PARK SHOPPING CINTIR FRANK'S-Oserwctw Building of new library onCypress
I FALK'S-Tmia Gardens Lane about

four years ago $84000; purchase -
-R 1s of property behind City

t Our aompony It extremely grateful to the people o. Folk County end t, the State ei Florida for making Hall for eventual "use u lite
"t A 1M 'housing several state -
;t possible the fabulous growth that we have enjoyed./ We will continue to give our customer the most fof their $23,000; Improvement agencies of

I she ollo.. It makes no difference which of our stores they visit, whether it Is our conventional Leeds water works on Market Street.
$22000; construction of parkIng -
; Shoe Store, our Self-Selection Goody' or Jet or one of our leased departments, they will receive't"Reel" lot west of City Hall where

I\ ;, Carpet treatment for which our company Is fomou. At Leeds Shoes, Inc., "OUR CUSTOMER' OUR public$14000 can park free of charge

i MOST VALUABLE ASSET." Utility Expanded

Plans for a new waterworks
plant on Market Street
a new bond Issue of 11.425.000.
JARMAN (,:!. 1\\:1: c:::!.. CALIFORNIA COBBLERS In the meantime 1325,000 is
I''! t NATURAL MWCI .; :) II V ;;.1"-': SHENANIGANS being Invested on Improve-
VALENTIN ACROBAT ments to the present plant
f I AMERICAN GIRL STORYBOOKS Including additional wells a

QUEEN QUALITY SUMMERETTES FOLK COUNTY 11000 CINTK one .1 Hi. factor .,*;ia. I. ,.'10 Cwnf,'. ?*.th I lot rAm, 500000 gallon overhead storage
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Lakeland In of 1962 I li
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Assets Skyrocket Loan Bank of Greensboro,
now a mainstay of the community
Before the Association The U.S. Savings and Loan
and a thriving association
opened Its doors In July, 1962, Insurance Corp., and The
According to Executive assets totaled $523,000. At the Savings and Loan Foundation.
Vice President Robert E. present, combined assets Lakeland Federal's directors
Adams, community leader equal over $J million. who have contributed
saw the need for a savings Lakeland Federal Savingsand widely to Lakeland civic affairs
and loan association In north Loan offers many customer as well as to Association
Lakeland and set about organizing services Including con growth, are A C. Wright,
Lakeland Federal. ventional home mortgage chairman of the board, John
Although Adams said the directors loans, commercial loans, con R. Phillips, president, Robert
organized the association struction loans, insured savings E. Adams, executive vice
w w ir.0";" for the purpose of serving accounts, Insured trust president: James M. Well-
north Lakeland, he also savings accounts, atate In' man, vice president, D. B.
said that the redevelopmentof tangible tax paid on savings Kibler III, secretary treas
Lakelands northslde business accounts, and various other urer; Richard H Allsopp, A
section has Increased special services P Button David N, Hduse-
both pedestrian and auto traffic Lakeland Federal, locatedat man, Lawrence McNeill; and
in the area contributing the corner of Pine Street Dudley P Towne,



Butter-Krust Contributes To Progress


, Butter-Krust Bakeries, Inc, chants, are met. These payrolls Florida with fresh baked has set the example by his a director of the United Fund.
producers of Sunbeam Bread In turn. go toward the goods. In one year more than long public service. His lau Many others in the Sunbeam
and many other fine baked purchase of Sunbeam products 25 million loaves of bread are rels include service at mayorof organization take part In civic
produced In the Sunbeam
products, is a contributingfactor making the complete cycle plant. Lakeland in 1942 and lateras projects through aiding the

to the solid economy and keeping many of the dollars Through the trucks, cars city manager: In addition, United Fund and Red Cross
that makes Imperial Polk wholly within the county and plant operations, many he has served as president of and other charity drives each truce
County unique In Florida and Inconstant circulation. additional thousands of dollars l. the Lakeland Chamber of year, in active church participation uzturr niim Ir
The contribution goes be- In addition, the company itself are paid out annually IP Commerce and president of and In membership in
yond the financial aspect, contributes through pay licenses, parts, equipment and the Lakeland Rotary Club. other civic projects and
however, and Includes active, ment of direct and indirect maintenance materials that Presently Kelley is on the groups
consistent and important civic taxes to. the city county and add to Polk County's economy citys Industrial Commission, Sunbeam's rapid growth was
participation. state Mike Kelley, vicepresidentof strongly emphasized In March,
With some SI million per 1,200,000 Miles Traveled' But more than the economic the firm, la a member of 1961, when a new, modern u
year In payrolls paid Into the contribution must be considered the Rotary Club of Lakeland. plant was dedicated. The
county through the 250 Sun Approximately $20000 per in Sunbeam's position Projects Aided firm's pride In being among
beam employes, retail merchants year goes intq Lakeland city within the county. Active civic the leaders in county progress Nq 1. 4 "'1
service organizationsand coffers from charges for electric participation of the company's Dennis Kelley general man. Is surpassed only by the
other businesses reap a power,. while more than personnel indicates the sin ager at Butter-Krust, is a pride that Polk County has in
healthy harvest of annual $51,000 per year is paid Into cere and practical Interest member of the Lakeland Kiwanis having Sunbeam Bread among
sales the state and county In the that management has in the Club and has served asWHERE its outstanding citizens LAKELAND FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
Chain Reaction Started form of gasoline taxes growth and progress of the
In one month the 100 Sun- area..
Since the bulk of this money beam vehicles travel approximately .
Is spent within the county It 1,200000 miles and Civic Poet Held
sets up a chain-reaction whereby consume more than 43,000 gallons E. E. Kelley Jr, founder I II
other payrolls, of the mer of gasoline in covering and chairman of the board. ,




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submerging himself in his paper in a mood of taking all it has to give..
If an ad about cars or liquors or maybe suburban real estate MORE MONEY IS INVESTED

gets his attention, he's ready to soak up all the facts you can give him.

The newspaper is the place where you can tell your whole story IN NEWSPAPERS

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I Haven Women's Club Play Major Role In Progress I

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ledger Correspondent to be managed by the group.

ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST DISCOUNT STORES WINTER HAVEN Women The women have raised additional ..
aid In
funds to
might not have played "the providing
leading rale" in the progress educational means to
of Winter Haven through the worthy students In the area.

years but most certainly In Pilot Club's Role 4 JP

many cases they have pro The sickroom closet started
vided the force of determination
\ driving I
by the Woman's Club In 19S3
t o accomplish under the presidency of Mrs. S a
ffitWt whet they let out to have Jack Ournett was continued ,Kw q i
done (by the men), or did it until 1961 when the Lake Re-

themselves. lion Council for Community
Winter Haven's oldest wom Nursing Wit established under .
en's organisation celebrated the auspices of the Winter
Its 80th anniversary In 191)3.) Haven Pilot Club with cooperation .3
WITHIN REACH! In 50 years of service to the by the Polk County
community the Winter Haven Health Department and other
Woman'i Club has grown civic organizations, A steady 11k
4 from 55 members to the growth has been shown and
present membership of around the great need for this com ,
AT PELTZ 300, munity nursing service prov a \
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One of the Woman's Club's ed. The past year 172 visits ,
first projects was to convincethe were made, 387.20 hours of ,
"city fathers" to move service and 1554'/i\ miles traveled A it+a r t. .
the etablM from the center by graduate registerednurses r.W) '
Such Famous of town so as tq rid the community in generalized public S
of flies. A large health service,
Names As : drinking fountain with water
Haven Girls Club
projected from three sides
Andrew CeHerPottor was erected through club Five girls from the area are
funds In the City Park andIs attending college or are In 1 -
it Hit In use today. In 1123 the nurse's training through financial f' I '4 '
I Pollul.lard women built a clubhouse large means provided by the K / I4
and Teyler enough provide a place for Pilot Scholarship Program e ,
every major community function Upon graduation the girls will
PucciniCuttomcrsff for a number of years. return to Winter Haven and I,
Including playhouse productions engage In juvenile clinical(
Gamins social events and other counseling, high school
functions requiring a large English, elementary education .

Foot flairffewrotfe bUlldm,. special educational pro. 'PILOT CLUB PROJECT was the establishment of the Lake Region Council for Community

Library Nurtured gram for Exceptional Child Nursing, which filled a large health need. Mrs John K. Mitchell, left, Pilot Club past I
Education and nursing.
Joki Firth Av.ns. The Winter 'Haven Public president Is pictured observing as a patient receives nursing ,care from a member of the
The Winter Haven Girls
.. Jfonley Pbilipt.eMijjl Library owes Its early survival Club has benefited from Pilot Lake Region Council for Community Nursing staff
to tills of women.
H was turned group over to the efforts through the 11 years buted money and efforts for shop adjacent to the Snack city's beautification programfor
.English( We/sen women In 1917 by several since It was organized Two the chapel. A number of memorials Bar was opened last year and the past several years la V
young men who had organized energetic Pilots headed a of l local residents is stocked with a variety of Virginia Foley (Mrs. Norvell \
Plus Many Other the library in 1910. The library drive for funds for the Girls aided in the furnishings for gift Items and sundries for E. Jr,) Miller, Winter Haven
i ( the Club and each collected closeto all City Commissioner for the last '
solely supported by the chapel located on the base ages.Pediatrlo
(FAMOUS NAME SHOES, club for i number of yean $2,000 for the organization.The mint floor st the lI pltal. ward service la nine one halt years. Mrs
Famous Brands and housed over Warner's Winter Haven Garden The room for the chapel had another project of the active Miller started the beautifies
W. 'N wN ,..wriNd Store downtown later moved Club landscaped the grounds to be built as the hospital auxiliary. "Pinky Puppets'* tlon project at the City Park I
At Savings OfWe of the club house, Library each child admittedand and with funds provided by
!Ie dyltla. Into the Mann building to the could provide floor space but are given
ute on Central Avenue This books and tables and chairs no room they are allowed to taka the City Fathers and the support ,\
Frame building housed the have been purchased duringthe them home. Special tray favors and aid from various
Have 35jto70% library for a great number of last two years by the Pilot Service Te Patients tailored to the younger Garden dubs has made WInter -
.years. In 1945 the active group. Counselors for classes An active group of women set are provided on all noli Haven one of the beauty
I Your Style women's group turned the held dally at the Girls Clubto on duty each day .t hospital days for the youngsters con. spots in Central Florida.
aid In the future
management of the libraryover develop aiding patients and visitor fined to the hospital Play Planter boxes containing :
I Your Size to the city and a boardof ment of the girls are providedby are the Gray Ladies. Volunteer therapy Is encouraged throughthe flowers of each season and
Interested Individuals
directors In 1955 a new and. hours of service are rendered use of a special toy cart trees at vantage points maybe
Pilot Club members .
the Business
Your Colori modem colonial style brick to the hospital and com taken to the rooms and a seen In the downtown area
and Professional Worn.en's
building was erected on the Club the Junior Woman's munity residents after attending large sunny play room completely for several blocks in all directions ,
i original site after moving the training theses.The stocked with ''toy., from Central Avenue
Club and woman's circle
frame building to one side. from the Beymer a Memor Winter Haven Hospital games, etc. Appreciate child: Landscaped rock gardens,
P ell Z At the present time the sal Methodist Church Lead. Auxiliary in 1963 was selected ren's fairyland and cartoon trees, and triangles filled]
women are canvassing the ership of the girls and train. as the women's organizationin Ire placed on the with trees, shrubs and flow
city and tagging trees that walls In the playroom and in
Ing classes handled Winter Haven contributingthe era may be viewed at any entrance
are by
i FAMOUS BRAND died during the freeze or from the children's rooms In the
Girls Club director, Mrs. Clay greatest service to the to the city: inmate ,f.
other elements. The dead and hospital ward. Supervision and
D. Hightower. community. Two laolettes for Park li a showcase: of beauty
.'. 130 S. KENTUCKY 'M.M.: e Mli=Atq unsightly trees will be removed newborn infants have been guidance are given the children : anytime during the year It
jsMp by city crews In a Hospital VolunteersThe purchased and placed In the by several auxiliary memo 'ls almost Impossible to go by ,
Mil Stores I. Clearwater end. St. .
Other Petersburg
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beavtlflcatlon project. Winter Haven Hospital nursery at the hospital. Apopular ben I who have special trainIng the park located at tha north
OPEN FRI. NIGHTS TIL 9 scholarship program for students has received volunteer service service to parents in teaching and working entrance to the city without '
established two years from several different wo the taking ot pictures of the with children. seeing visitors picnicking or a
Mr: and Mrs. Merle
ago by men's organizations for a newborns. City Besutlfleatloa merely admiring the colorful
number of years. An Interdenominational Members of the Hospital A continuing civic project of profusion ot blooming flowers*.
chapel was built Auxiliary man a "Pink Cloud Gardenia Garden Club of Win All this was created from a ,
In the early 1950's throughthe Cart" each day and take It to ter Haven is the landscapingof dream of Virginia Foley Milk.
efforts of The United the room of each patient for the grounds In and around er, to make Winter Haven a'
t< Church Women of Winter Haven selections of such articles as the hospital. The club also truly beautiful garden showcase '
All churches In the great. magazines, toilet\ articles, provides fresh flowers for one that local residents
er Winter Haven area contri- stationery and candy. A gift nurses at the hospital. may well be proud of and

Other/ beautification projects one that will entice northern
GET THE BIG PROTECTIONOF In the community carried visitors to return to the
on by various Garden area season after season.Sha'a .
Clubs are numberous. Den lion Versatile
Football Field was landscaped] .
end and around Mrs. Miller ,has t very
In the zones
TROPIC BREEZE If, the field by members of the versatile personality and excels .
VM3 1 Azalea Garden Club, Bouquet la any and everything l
aha undertakes. The garden
Y, ; Garden Club and the Gardenia
Garden Club around her home contains ]
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4 i i ject. The planter area at the .some of the most beautifulrose
Winter Haven Chamber of bushes In town some
WIND MACHINES Commerce building was the tower above the housetop,
.r work of the Garden Club of She Is a collector of antiques,
4 Winter Haven. A triangle at designs and makes most of
j tha" entrance to the. city( pn her own clothes and hats
Lake Elbert Drive SE is a plays bridge, loves to cook
The 1963-64 winter season has, fortunately, been quite mild. Even te, a, continuing project of the and experiment with new'

there wire o few nights In many areas where It was necetiary te ,re- .. Camellia Garden Club of Winter dishes and entertain guests'
Haven. Several other garden paints pictures and ceramics,
vide frost protection And Tropic Breeze Wind Machines again
greve Is
club. In the area have active In church work a
proved their effectiveness In these .r.... ; landscaping projects at different registered real estate broker
\x aP public schools and at all/ this In addition to her

Two mild winters In a rewT-Den't take a chance an It. Start ; it ., : Inmsn Park duties as City Commissioner;
i The Winter Haven Councilof serving as official hostess at
planning now te protect your valuable Investment by providing the big i a. Garden Clubs provides state meetings for her husband ,
protection of FMC Tropic Breeze Wind Machines.' Remember, In 25 el .3 fresh flowers and potted plants who is executive assistant

the latt 28 years, unprotected citrus has been damaged' by frost and- year round at the Winter Haven to Ray Green, State
Public Library. The member Comptroller, This lady Is the
freezing temperature In Florida. ,Qr i I TINIEST. HAVENITES benefit from this gift from the by months. The Council laworking daughter end a son, and as t
I The Big Fan of the Tropic Breeze makes. the difference. This i women of the Winter Haven Hospital Auxiliary, who purchasedthis on plans for a Garden final note, she loves to take

unique design feature permits the Tropic Breeze te mix mere air than Isolette for premature infants and donated It to the hos Center building and will place her grandchildren fishing.
/ pital. Shown examining the Isolette soon after It was deliveredare a Blue Star Marker In Inman The cultural arts for the
any ether fan or propeller-end de It mere economically and reliably. Mrs. H. L. Dugger, president of the Auxiliary left; and park for men and women lathe city have beea provided for a
From th. time you start your Tropic Breeze Wind Machine, It Is possible ''a Miss Louise Supernaugh, a nurse In the hospital's nursery wing. armed services. number of years by The Ridge

te raise temperatures at ground level at much as 4 te B degrees The Auxiliary donated two such Isolettes to the hospital The guiding hand behind the Art Association.. ,

> within 3 to S minutes durieg nalil" temperature condition And t a+,pr1. rYS.lt + Vi
Tropic Breeze gives you big protection with a minimum at labor '

Madams are available! to miet ill frost

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i .ft : : HAVEN'S SENIOR WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION Is the Win- Club U affiliated: Mrs. E. D. Pearce of Miami, second vice

y Address (RFDI .,.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. :. ... ... t..1.. .. .. ter Haven Woman's Club which celebrated Its 50th anniversary president of the General Federation of Women's Clubs; Richard
; ,' u.- last November. Pictured at the, golden anniversary luncheonat Danttler, mayor of Winter Haven; Mrs J. R. Glover of

1 1 ;? City . . h ,. t .'. .'. . Zone ., .". State ., .. ... the clubhouse built In 1923 are from left. Mrs, Paul Braddock Lakeland president of FFWC; M,.. Mark Emmel of Gainev
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provide the utmost In one-stop shopping pleasure and convenience.Offoring .

Stylish Clothes Complete Horn and Potio Furnishings..The Biggest Selection of Appliances Ever OfferedTo
You Everything For Outdoor Enjoyment and Gracious Florida Living. All at Thrifty Ward Prices! A

Nothing has been overlooked in this ultra-modern I : shopping center, Pictured above is YOUR new Montgomery Ward store
with 110,000 sq. ft. of floor provrn'dng e only thing missing Is YOU ,0 and we hope you will be "in the picture" during our Grand
Opening Coming Soon!

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the past 13 years the last 10 yean" Griffiths laid Although much needs to be land of which around 90,000
number of cattle In Polk By 'English breeds' Griffiths done In this area, the past acres can be considered Improved
County hal declined from means the standard quality decade has also witnessed an pastur "Thert's a
(20000 to 95000. beef producers Angus, short Increasing attention to the lot being Improved now andIt
But, far from being In ret horn Hereford among others value of Improving pastureland I II steadily Increasing,"
rograde, the Industry has cattle that are being Ranchers are starting Pierce said
made extensive progress for bred to the hardy, pioneer to clear up their wild brush. Comparisons Chen
then fewer cattle are achieving stock to produce steers which filled ranges, plowing the land
a much higher yield and produce the Ideal all.around up and planting specializedfeed Some figures Pierce has ?
quality of beef and consequently animal acclimated, disease- grasses such as the pop- collected show dramaticallythe
are returning higher resistant and a good beef ular pangola and Bahia varieties dollara-and-<:enll value to
profits to cattlemen the cattleman of Improved
producer. and are planting clover ; ,
The key to this la Improved pasture as compared to native tr fr 1
Climate Hits Cattle
Improvement Pays uncultivated pastur
breeding of cattle and Improvement
of pastureland. To that end, there are reg Although Improving pas Look at these comparisons:
istered herds of shorthorn tureland this way means extra Cattle raised on native pasture
Breed ImprovedThe Brahman, Angus and Here work and extra expenseIn Total maintenancecost
last 10 years has seen ford cattle in the county maintaining the terrain, per cow, $)2 M, average P
a considerable decline of In which fetch top prices Inbreeding keeping It weed free, It more weight of calf sold 200 to
that hardy but lean critter programs. than pays for itself In terms 300 pounds; market price
the scrub cow an animalof Cattlemen started breedingway of beef return. based on grade, 25 cents; average 4Yd
no determinate breed that back In the pioneer daysof On ordinary rough range, value of calf sold, $50
you simply turned loose in the Florida when the cattle Griffiths estimates, It takes to 173: percentage of calf d .
brush to fend for himself until brought down here started to 15 acres to feed one cow. drop, 50 per cent; average
market time. die off because of Florida With Improved pasture, perhaps dollar sales per cow, $23 to
"Wire breeding up cattle hot and humid climate. The planted to clover, one $37.50: gross return to rancher CATTLI ADD TO POLK'S fROSPIRITY-Tk. dupe whm .1 ....... the fI..... In fee we..... Tap breeds ere mm.nt.o', sad
now," said Ralph W. (Cotton) advent of the amazingly acre can nourish a cow anda $12.50 per cow maximum. the tattle *reds. M Folk e ........ were Knibbf rn|. settle top prlcti are gild! far Pelk County .....
Griffiths Lake Wales rancher tough and heat resistant Brahman calf. Improved pasture, plantedto !.... *0"" Todoy he c.ttfo frail** .* Imprev.d peters era
and the president of the Polk bull to the U.S. providedan James D. Pierce, Associate grass Total maintenance
County Cattlemen Association ideal cross Now the Polk County Agriculture cost per cow $59.35: average I '"
"The results are much process has gone one step Agent estimates there are weight of calf sold, 250 to 400:1 dollar sales per cow, $81 to the realm of cattle diseases Arthur Blssett, managing director Improve their pastureland, a
better grade and yield of cattle further these Brahman. 793,800 acres of range pas pounds; market price basedon $12320 and pest aims for elimination of the Property Owner process he feels is going too
based stocks arc being bredto ture and woods In Polk County grade, 25 to 273 cents;
What might well be of brucellosis, a disease in League, Inc., sympathizes He slowly Although the tax rate
value of calf sold, very
"Your English breeds have prime meat yielders, the Of this total, he said, per- average
gotten more popular In the English breeds. haps 670.OOP acres are cattle- $6250 to $110; percentage of considered the greatest triumph cows responsible for miscarriages aid the tax rate la figured at is higher on improved pasture,
r calf drop, 7} per cent; average In the cattle Industry of Most effective remedyyet roughly 60 cents an acre for the profit margin is so much
dollar sales per cow, Polk County-and that of the developed 1* vaccinationof unimproved pastureland and better rancher will still be
$4t ST to $82.50; gross returnto entire state of Florida-was cattle and a campaign currently ranges up to around $2.30 an way ahead he figures
Introducing A New of rancher. $8.48 to $2713 per the eradication of the screw going on is to get all acre for Improved pastureland Griffiths became president
cow. worm In the late 1950*. This Polk County rancher to vaccinate of the Polk County Cattle-
Profit HIM pest, a parasitic maggot which their herds. Regarding the 60 cent an men' Association this year
Improved pasture, planted feeds on cattle after developing Problems remain In the cattle acre levy on native range succeeding Donald Macdaln.
PREMIUM QUALITY TIRES! with clover and with water from eggs laid In the open industry of Polk County Blaaett laid, -'It's about a* The cattle industry here ha*
control total maintenance wounds of cattle, was responsible of course; problems generally high now a* It can ever be; com a long way from the
coat per cow, $52.53; average for a sharp loss In herds shared with rancher throughout we can't quite see how cattlemen rough and tumble pioneer
weight of calf sold, 250 to 400 Research efforts to eliminatethe the state and nation. can pay 60 cents an acre yean which in retrospect
pounds; market price basedon parasite finally achieved Many ranchers, Griffith for 12 or 15 acre (per cow) seem only a few year ago if
YOU'RE SMART if you waited to grade 27.S to,28 cents; average success when sterile screw- said, are concerned with the and still make a profit In the you consider the fact that the
value of calf sold, $110 worm flies were developed and high rat of taxes being levied cattle industry" last of the open ranges in
BUY NEW TIRES NOW to $134, percentage of calf released by the state on native pastureland Blssett hope that rat will Florida was only fenced off
drop, SO per cent; average Current research efforts In encourage more rancher to circa 194M7.

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Tli. all .... c..**. '''..1_ njrloa pranJum k u U. 1 Omt Mudwdi require/ for oonnntjoaal tint sizable amount of the federal debt !Is placed In
s ,imirkiblr items safe sadaf. Lira It And Coopar MW Protacuv. Service ( ra .
la a remarkably bc.iiurul lire =, with iu modem, meant you ash troublfrw tervic. or Cooper pays the hands of millions of Americans.:
new Lo-Silhouettt ud.lvtl.iwy 111& the bdl. g ,
saw C.Tw*.-TkM4 4Uren u M4irtyrrfc may u 900 bonus mile for *v Up to 30%' more .even M today'a turnpike nwwUINew lifeline; oOw make your buyin price lowv. Bonds program as a means of accomplishing: : f'
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these worthwhile ends.
H"r.". when she... coop.,Uf.tissr 1 MODun.PRICED
with super miUagt TlU'boTreodIII to VSAMPIS She Block Whit Wall

TIK* MILEAGE XnCTANCT COMPaRISON 6501) ?...?, 23.70.... .... 27.20 II
IP TIRES YOUR DELIVERED REGULAR tOOOO SS.OOO SO.000 11000, 750x14 ?...... 27.70 ........ 31.80 I
40,000800x14 ........ 3020.......34.70 /1 '
coasts unLlNEIII 850x14 ........ 33.25 ,....... 38.25 u t
OlLlvaa se.eo IT, OO 4M mass MAM 00x14 ........ ........ 41.10
Lid alt...1.PrIeM... On sue Other T.s (IM 1 t

Name Brand Electric Shaver

FREE! Free With Set of 4 Tires Listed f eNd Tows Geeapa e, =
1 IWpMllt ,..., aaat u..t,
Atwrteotauter* Auttbtie


I 1. r.r M fan mm u ui HI. W tress tftliul L UMfaM fwniitM M to quality of workmwufclnceldmui eta
and _..nail. You IN fully proUotoa lor soma
road huu4 damages You n fully
protected (rl.' for total ,>....(r...d IU.,* tlrnonuii ..
HMCIIIMI, phii mulnlni 111* .! tru4 :* ....=: aa.e.e w =- IN e.eM
.liw BaaUUjr fuuwiM wplrtb ee.yr.

1 INTRODUCTORY, PRICES Take a banker's advice

I GOOD SAT., MON. & TUES. ONLY!III and buy Bonds. _l

tM: II They come in many sizes

R: 3-DAY SPECIAL Coat $11.7.s

f. Ford, Chey.p .
; BRAKE JOB & Some Others

"1.t .J-lnstall Brake Shoes-4 wheels a.,13.88

'w r 2-Rcpair Wheel Cylinders-4 wheels e e e a .: 6.00 I lard nee t_ eondoeooete"" e tiodde"R"ooe0e '

1 3-Repair Master Cylinder ,I' . "'. . : 5.50
Cost $130.00setnE
Cot $37.50 Coat $7S.00

: Complete 25.38 J


See The 1964 Line Of Yazoo Lawn Mowers

1 ._ eedoosoeet r _stttnrsB"!-'.<- anoomasti "erataEY eoe

Complete Lino Of Armstrong Tires Y
Cost $375.00 Cost $750.00 Colt $7soo.00


,t Southern Auto Store Keep freedom in your' future with U.S. Savings Bonds

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LAKELAND LEDGER Decide For Decision.
BreakInBARTOW Saturday Morning, March M, 1MI 1
I IPolk's Polk Men Get 3 Years In

and entering and grand Sw"mp.frlnged Pemba a 300.any. .
Newest Bank Two Polk Coon sentence In Criminal Court. squar.-mDe island 25 mike
ReadyFor ty men who pleaded guilty tothe Jo Hugh Helms, 38, Eloise The two were charged with northeast of Zanzibar, 11 noted
Christmas night break-in!and Dewey Edwin Smith. 62, stealing approximately 1135 and for its bullfights witches and \
of a liquor store near Winter Dundee both entered guilty four cases of whiskey from a the cloves which grow on lit I'
Haven drew three-year prison pleas t..O. charges of breaking g I Cypress Gardons'package.' store. fertile \1II.\ __ t

Big Openinq. Wednesday I

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la the summer of 1961 a !
group of Polk County citizen.
saw the need for a bank to be
located on the north aide of
Lakeland an area of the city TRI OTE
empty of banking facilities. f
Their effort will be crowned
Wednesday with the opening tAL
of the brand new Imperial 1 N C.-

Bank of Lakeland at 311 E.
Memorial Blvd., at the corner vY BOX 526 425-1/35 ,, .' ;
of Massachusetts Avenue. MULBERRY FLORIDA '
I Crowned 1* an apt word in
this case because the emblemof
I the new bank symbolic of
Imperial which in turn refer
to Polk County-It I 11 a bank '
the that can be used by anyone in pr qi 1 ANEW

The county.public visiting I the Imperial '' '..,,> ;: \ \
f t t4
Bank of Lakeland at ,.1 \ CORPORATION !
the grand h'd
opening will be entering "
a new 1330,000 buildingof .
poured concrete trimmed ea WITH YEARS OF
exteriorly with bleached redwood .r i41.aw
sunscreens and Inside
with walnut. EXPERIENCE IN :

Designed by Schweizer --7'":-"!'- -- .." -'iff 1 Wl ii 1 '

The building Is the design! of I'
Nils Schweizer ; ''' .1' THE
Associates of ,
Winter Park, architects who :: '' ''' .
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have made their Impress on 7 '
Lakeland with their design of "' CHEMICALAND
the equally ultramodern bm %
Branscomb Audi tor I u m at
Florida Southern College. CITRUS
Inside the color motif Is
gold 1 dark brown and white POLK COUNTY'S NEWEST BANK
with the main customer area INDUSTRIES
fully carpeted. The totally air- NEW PLANT AND OFFICE BUILDING
conditioned building contain new design Just released by I* to much room at the drive- Lakeland I II Eugene F. Griffin
the latest in electronic bankIng the manufacturer for this in window that each windowcan of Bartow, a well.known
and accounting equipment bank. serve a waiting line of cattleman and citrus: grower.
a fully equipped employes The public will enter nine car which are com Executive vice president 1*
lounge and upstairs! the Wednesday over an entryway pletely off the street. J. E. Stell; vice president Our Goal Is To Maintain A
Crown Room a board room which contains collection of
a Tree Not Removed D. S. Prosser; cashier H. R.
which also will double as a coins from all over the world Hjort Jr., and assistant cashier I
meeting room available to the as well a* specimens of American The corner lot was chosen Thomas Harris. High Standard In Business
public for groups of 35 to 40. currency cast in clear particularly for It* landscape The executive officer of the
The building, Including plastic and Imbedded In the appeal-several large old oak bank who will to all Intents
ipace for drtve-tn tellers cow floor. To their right will stand trees that the bank made sure manage the bank Stall wan Relations And The Highest
era over 7.800 square feet and a movable screen, closing off would not be displaced by executive officer of the Citrus
will boast a speaker system the bank from stain leading construction Present plan and Chemical Bank of Bartow
piping In soft FM music a to the Crown Room which call for complete landscaping for six years and before that
paging telephone system and contain money from all over of the lot for a garden-like wa a banker In Williston. Quality Work
a built-in vacuum cleaner sys the world Imbedded In It. atmosphere featuring azalea The board of director of
tem. A night deposit area 1* Driving Into the bank parkIng and Ivy planted below the Imperial Bank of Lakeland
Included for the benefit of cur lot from Massachusetts tree for a perpetual green besides (Griffin Presser Harris
tomers. Avenue the visitor will find verdure. and Stell I* made up of
Vault construction Is of 11- two drive-In window open for The bank was organized Scott Kelly William S. My- WE SPECIALIZE IN
Inch reinforced concrete on business although the bank Aug 19, 1963 at a meeting rick Jr.. Paul E. Naylor. ROb-1
top bottom and both sides of has room for six more that which brought together 10 of ere W. Rutledge D. A. VISIT US /N
a vault door of a completely will soon be Installed. There the present 11-man board of iano Charles Wilson of BarI I
director The State Banking RUBBER LINING
tow and Charles H. Stein.
Department and Federal Deposit Despite the risk Involved OUR NEWLOCATION
Insurance Corp. had with the opening of any new
1960 Marks Start previously approved grantingthe commercial enterprise the METALLIZINGSANDBLASTING
new organization a char board of directors i* confidentthe
ter In March 1963. bank will soon be piling up
The full-service bank open a full roster of regular customers ,11/z miles west
Haven's Progress business with a capital structure ,, If only from Ita advantage I
I of 1650,000 and full accreditation point aa being the of MulberryOn
I under FDIC to Insure only bank In the north side of
Br DON RICHIE time at once," added Ryan. each bank account up to the city. Griffin 1s In particular Old Hwy. .
ledger stan Writer In conjunction with this, an 10000. A total of 15e stockholders encouraged by a traffic \ INDUSTRIAL PAINTING
WINTER HAVEN Winter ,accelerated program for added own 16980 shares of count of 23,000 car a day at 60
Haven't "decade for progress" beautification and modernization lock In the fledgling Institu the busy Intersection where
could really be considered to of the downtown area tion. the bank stands a count
have begun in 1960. I* In the planning-board stag Griffin Head Board which should be greatly stepped I
That date seems to be the Just finished Is a new mil Chairman of the board and up with the eventual
hub from which radiate the lion-dollar atom sewer eye president of Imperial Bank of opening of nearby Seantown.
pokes of progress that have tern In the downtown shopping -....
brought about a remarkable are*. Affected street were
change In this city of citrus resurfaced thus cutting to a
tourist and burgeoning man minimum shoppers' Involun
ufacture.A tary wading "during" tome
of Florida' bountiful cloudburst .
program was born that
date that has since led to: *.
(1) More responsible distribution "We can safely say we are
of city departmental au. striving to resurface as much
thoritie and a concurrent up. of the balance of downtown
grading of personnel; (2) Installation streets as our money will allow '
of closer budget ," Ryan said. n
studies and centralized dispersal In line with Increased beautification xt
of equipment; (3) an intensified Is a plan to enlargeor : :
beautification program ." redesign the sewer plantto .
: (4) tepped-up street compensate for Winter Ha I .
maintenance all over the city; ven' growth and need for $eaea '
H5)( future plan now In the added facilities. jt '
works: for better overall Lake Blue Industrial Park '
lighting Increased provision has come Into being. Alreadya ,fi
for added or improved fire surfboard f.ctory-Gwned by
and police facilities, studiesto Dick Pope of Cypress Garden
lower city fire Insurance fame and a construction material
rates and also increasingly facility have located I area + iz
dynamic Chamber of Com there. There I 11 talk of other
merce promotion.Four industries coming. IJ

Year Age Bid On Fire TruckIn

During the administrationof the field of public safety,
Winter Haven' previous bids are being opened for a : :
manager. O. K. Armstrong, second new fire truck this 4 bS1
the revamped centralized and spring and for a new Firehouse : '
modernized city government. (number three) to be -
was born. Mayor then was located off Havendale Blvd. ; ; .
Tom TurnbulL Projected In the near future K /
a new public safety (police I-
Seeking Industry
and fire) building and a fourth
Plan were made for more firehouse the site for which
aggressive search for new industry ha not been chosen.
and new citizen and Added to this are studies
the stage wa being set to receive In the work to lower individ- '
them. ual fire Insurance rate __e i
The new post of public service from Class Five to Clsss Four. I .4 4
director a revamped city Along with stepped street
planning board, and a boardof maintenance another bright
adjustment were formed note I 11 a program In the offIng .
to Insure that when Winter to give Winter Haven
Haven grew It would grow brighter lighted streets In
with order neatness and In- most area of the city over a ; YORKTOWN\

creased beauty. course of the next three yean. DRESSER BED CHEST
Through the Armetrosg-Turn- section by section.
bull administration and Into This Week Only!
la Besutiflcatloo
Progress i IT ru llrwra* lkmfu er1
the present administration of 4 YOU SAW o
city manager Gin Ryan and "Cities must spend money 95
Mayor Richard Dantxler. improvement on beautification an example 299-
came steadily and -eo that the idea of a
are till In the work clean city will ultimately
Installation of centralizedcity spread to every resident.
equipment and better use This philosophy expressedby "Where it Costs So Little To Own Beautiful Furniture"FREE
of personnel has brought the outgoing Winter Haven
city a laving of $27.000-with public service director Charles
more expected- lnce the recent E. Holloway bas been put Into
government 111I 0 k l fa g practice with zest In the two
study ha shown t drop In year he has been In office
cigarette tax revenue. and the result ha been MATHER
"In the very near future planned-beauty-ln-progres In
possibly In the next 60 days- Winter Haven. PARKING
our entire downtown area With the unlikely combination
will have a one-way street of horticulturist And engineer -
system to speed the flow of Hollowa/i Job has OF LAKELAND
traffic and help congested been to oversee streets pub PHONE
parking areas," said Manager lic work (except water and r .,
Ryan. sewage). and beautification of "'
MU 2-6131 ''
The one-way system will be a growing Winter Haven. 820 N. Massachusetts Ave.y .
Inaugurated In every part of Hi philosophy of "spot-
the city, "10 that everyone beautification" around the city
will be confused for a abort has seemed to wont -

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L t-i-t> Saturday_Momlnj,_ March 28. J811 '- .,iJlBpll !.''I'J' {'..*, LAKELAND LEDGER Decade For PecMoa
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LAKELAND o ,. .,

is a

I gZ BeautifulCity

Have you token notice of

how pretty our residential arise 4
have become or haw neat and
clean the many business and
Industry grounds ore kept? I I
Hove you paused to look at a
-. living picture, of Lakeland recently %
along some busy city, ? rfi
+ 7 street or In a quiet neighborhood
hove you enjoyed the 'g
magnificent color of a bed of i
azaleas with, handsome camellias :
sparkling in accent?

: \ We hope you have, for the /I t !
efforts of our citizens whorho. -
.. been planting ond beautifying .
their homes ond businesses n
over the years now are
culminating for all to see.
Ugly neighborhoods and) ,
messy bock yards are not the I NEW HOME OF THE PEOPLES BANK OF LAKELAND
environment that breeds good

most citizens beautiful,Lakelanden,' and neighborhoods the live clean In are thot end a II Peoples Bank Caps Career With New Home 1'1'

factor In the wholesome anal
responsible generationwe !
have in our City. Thirty-three years old February accounting to streamline Its decided to build a bank and In 1923 to become title and ler; C. Frank Scott, vice president .

Full credit, for this, accomplishment. goes : Peoples Bank I II forgng endless paperwork. cast about for a likely aide. trust officer of the Polk ; L. H. Falson, R. W. e
to our homeowners, spurred by pride In Melton and E. A. Langford.
ahead Into a new era In Improvements CitedIn County Trust Co. Upon.
Son Takes PlaceHe
their' homes and neighborhood, constantly assistant vice presidents;
:t I I guided by the Interest and enthusiasm of Lakeland, sparked by the tune with a progressing found him In the entry to private law practiceIn Conenne C. Melton, W. E. .
the hundreds of garden clubbers technically opening Friday of a new $1 personof 1928, he met C. F. Smith
community, the bank has .redecorated Platt, K. Quentin Hicks and
advised each week by the Ledger Gar- j' million edifice that has reared its South Florida Clinton V. McClurg, a end, with the start of Peoples
1 den Columnist, and assisted by the I Smith's Jay Springer, assistant cashiers
manyactive up for a city block' area facilities several times In the lawyer who became president Bank, joined organization Dick
civic workers
In ; Busing, auditor
n bounded on the north and paat. In the last decade Improvements of the bank in 1938 when as acting vice presl- and Reva Hughes, assistant "
2 south by Main and Lemon have included installation Smith retired to become dent '
usual' blush pink flower He rooted this secretary.
W. ot Ptterson'i Nunenti ore proud to limb and a new variety of azalea was bom. Streets and on the cast and of an automatic chairman of the board. Me- Officers Listed Making up Peoples Bank'*
hov. b middle oct,.'- It has the some characteristics of Its parent west by Missouri and New elevator alteration Ours; was president of the loan
ty In yLok law.' e.nolfonhshf. 'In low, growth, heavy bloom, and York venues.t modeling of the third dllooe bank until his death In December The first officers of Peoples! personal department are V
i M. H. Brooks Jr. vice
math. .
t thirty, hove scattered year around blossoming It's' anew : The venerable giant has to I960, .e succeeded Bank were C. F. Smith, president president
= shrubs, flowers end trees, and hove been col :$t cored 'i by his .andthe present ; George Speese, vice and manager; ThomasA.
planting the whole of our city and Polk grow /in central Florida The first dozen :1931! ployes' lounge, storage space president, E. C. McClurg.The president; C. V. McClurg, Elliott, assistant vice president
County during this' time, showing, you how offspring were given to Mr. ond Mrs. Dick y and a board room and remodeling vice president and and Glen E. Walker.
t or doing It for you, answering questions, Pope ot Cypress Garden with 'Instructions ,: June of that year, deposits of the bookkeepingdepartment elder McClurg, a native acting Tom E. Stone' and Donald E.
giving, advice' donating time, and plants to for them to come up with a name. This they totaled 628411. Last Dec. 31 as well as expansion of Urbana, III, came to William H. Klemm cashier.
many projects and many, many other activity did ond the new "Ouch," of Cypress" j the bank's statement of condition of the bank's parking Florida in 1914, settling first The officers and Kenneth R. Gray, assistant cashiers. i
azalea was now official. Now we have o read total deposits of in Davenport and later in MacDonald and A. J. Pruitt Richard N. Pears is vice ,
2 During this period of tremendous growth "Due" and a "afar,"" $52,838.019.58. lot. An auto teller servicewas Lake City where he managed made up the first board of president and trust officer of
and Improvement of our city we have pro. perfect pair, the of on. imenticomplimenting also Installed and the directors. the trust department
duced thousands of plants each year, ond the color of the other. Staff Increases bank added a complete installment the Brown Realty and Abstract '
hove teen to It that they found their' way We love to drive through the streets of When Peoples Bank opened loan department. Co. He was admittedto Now Peoples Bank Is headed Directors are W. A. Dance, I
to your home with Instructions for the correct our town, for on every street we can see our I! there were nine employee on Peoples Bank was startedIn the Florida bar In 1917. by E. C. McClurg, president Leonora McClurg, Alan R.
planting and location, and how to care plants and trees around your home and Now After serving In a combat ; W. A. Dance, senior Hart, Sarah H. Palmore.
hand to serve customers. 1931 Detroit traceplant
by a
2 for them. grounds, nurtured with loving core, and theater of World War I, he vice president; Albert Key George W. Jenkins, E. R. ,
: the staff totals something C. F. Smith the own
Peterson's Nurseries hove Introduced ,
you growing more maturely beautiful each yearWe Pipping, Albert Key, J. A.
vice I '
executive ;
: Lokelonden to many new ond unusual varieties are going to be around for another thirtyyears like 130 employee, all assist- er of a grocery chain who returned to open a law officein E. C. and
Powell McClurg
2 of plants ond trees over this more and because the beauty of Lakeland 'I ed by the latest In electronic first encountered Lakeland on Lake City, eventually becoming Leonora McClurg, vice president ,
than thirty years. Some of these new varieties caused you to make It your home, who bookkeeping and accounting.The a vacation trip and eventually city attorney and municipal and secretary; Grady H.Wallace Lanier Upshaw. Mrs. Mc
I we discovered, or developed ourselves' knows how many others will decide the tame new branch of Peoples returned to settle here. Impressed judge there. His first vice president and Clurg and Key remain at
and of them all our newest Is the finest 'In the future. We are going to help them : bank experience occurred cashier; Alton B. Bennett members of the bank's original
Several years ago our N C decide by keeping on with, our task of : Bank provides 62,000 square by Polk County'sprogress and comptrol- staff
Peterson Sr, discovered a bn'eD de making Lakeland the most beautiful, city, 'In 2 feet of facilities on three full and potential Smith when he came to Lakeland president
I : Rohan azalea bush blooming with On un. Florida. floors plus a mezzanine.

I :. ..... .,.. : Outside, by a vast parking lot OldWith
1 able to hold 140 cars, seven Haven Promotion Plan 3 Years
rlve-ln tellers will accommodate -
: r (t) motorized customers.
Meanwhile activity has not WINTER HAVEN Promotion committee i Is directing the Ization and now this proficiency on these funds, the committee
faltered a whit at the bank's of Winter Haven under nationwide U.S. Open Black flight will be developed administers the monies ,
and location at official Into what will be and accounting to the munI-
22S Auburndale Id.U.S. : first present its current program Is Bass Championship, with
l r a 101 'S. Florida Ave. Newest three old. weighing stations In all called the U.S. Air Derby. cipality each month.
rd' s only
( 92 last) years
change there is the additionon 50 states 107 in Florida Takes 0* Anything New to Winter Haven
Nten. MU 1-4011 Oct. 1 of a trust depart. The Winter Haven Chamber alone.
ment to complement the o f Commerce committee, Wherever and however the "The program may be new
q. i Closed Sundays tank's available services which directs and administers The committee, along with committee can make Winter for Winter Haven, but not for
4 / bank tried advertising and publicity, Cypress Gardens completed Haven better known such cities as Miami, Miami
the to the
K "A'eh\1 ..Mile Hw.jL.i) ( : :'r e'a au.ua MurwrH amok"a. Two years ago March 23 the "Miss Cheer "
utomatizatlon and brought took over its duties from the world, the committee accepts Beach and St. Petersburg
** leader USA" contest,
= _._ __ __ __ _._____ .in electronic bookkeeping and ment former Deoartment.Resort and Develop- nationwide event, which saw the responsibility, Warren Dillin said, "We Idea are simply on.
leannle Carroll, of Indiana Seckel, Committee chairman copying a good -
this program come a Miss selected as explained."We that worked toward making !
maze of events, which puts try not to overlook any these cities what they are tOo I
Winter Haven In print in a queen. outlet, Including the wire services day. The only factor Is they
favorable light throughout the March 7-14 featured the newspapers, radio, television started In the '20'., while
United States and Canada. 40th annual Florida Citrus Exposition magazines and even Winter Haven did not get into -
Through Winter Haven pass with Jack Haley's"Queen direct mall," he added. full gear until the 60's," i.
an estimated million visitorsa for a Day" program Commissioned to execute he concluded.Seckel .
year. Most of them come spending a week here. The these events, write the material said that as the j ji
to see surrounding attractions Carry Moore show has also and oversee the program months go by, new projects 1
Inr v Including Cypress Gar been featured in past events. is John W. Dillm, veteran will i be undertaken, adding to 1
r rI dens. Many become Impressed Earlier in March, the com- newsman and public relations an overall program that already I
with the fact that, mittee cooperated with the director. Is becoming the envy
while one-third of Florida's Winter Haven Trap and Skeet Along with publicity, the of other cities the size of
s citrus comes from Polk County Club In putting on the second committee carries out a limited 'Winter H.ven.Police .
+N one-sixth comes from the annual Dixie Skeet Cham newspaper and magazine
Winter Haven area. pionship. In April the group advertising program. It also
I Just finished Is the Cham will assist in the same way develops new folders and Records
I ber's Courtesy Week, In which principally by releasing publicity maps for wide distribution
local proprietors and sales on the Florida State through the Chamber.
personnel were invited to Open Skeet Championships. Funds are allocated! by the Show Lakeland'sRate
study an emphasis on "the In January, the Florida AirDe.rby city of Winter Haven each
, I customer Is always right. was promoted and di- year While the Chamber of Of GrowthThe
Currently the promotions reeled by the chamber organ- Commerce makes no claim
police department Is a

/ good witness to Lakeland's
L a
growth as seen through the

CORROSION V amount of complaints filed

polk county's progress years.there through the last three

I The trend has been for complaints
to go up about 1,000
has made more as each year comes and

" possible : goes.
I L In 1961 there were 17,234
II I RESITRNJ complaints of all types madeat
I the Lakeland Police De-

our dynamic growth. partment.The next year, 1962, saw

18,589 complaints filed with

Yes, only in o fost-o>... lqp I last 19,48) complaints -
Blue Seol Excavating xj Po)*
remorkoble growth during Kr* gmt S years; I department.

number of employ**-3 'in 1959; 40 In 1964 Distance Increases

1001ft-I OOO ,.w 1959 Dyer J.875,000 in 1963-454 Growth can also be seen by
the number of miles it took
", foal** ond ser> (*s-txttvoting" cord fill, dirt service in policemen to patrol Lakeland's

1959; *ri* torn f'Ut> ) fUJS c.ompotphor/ / paving services, fUME SCRUBBERS streets through the years
In 1961 traveled
, mcludmj ow Awtn Anic4 net trsrtgat' plant (pictured above) DUCTS t STACKS ?' "', .f i:; 468,741 miles in their cars.and

;,:! Along with Polk County, >M w, fewktng forwqrd to even greater FANS ; } V on their motorcycles, while In
4 1962 traveled
\ they 503,000
growth dfvelopmedixng file rwt 5 yeor miles.

TANKS Then In 1963, patrolmen
traveled 542,406 miles in keepIng -
I I I. : :n rirmo/ Lakeland's streets safe.

>' NEAT Accidents Lakeland, how
J .. \ ever, fluctuated as the years
t ,}, ,. r setvsearit t 1fA.0 progressed. In 1961, for
tW. falllllfi' ler ditlgnlni end fobrlcatlna solid plastic example, 1.420 accidents were

tv pl...tIt-'I"' .. steel tends end. slplne fee ute with adds Investigated by police, but in f \
1962 there were 1,893 acct
**4 Him. irrMlvi/ telvtleai.trwlllitlne !
\ .r / dents in Lakeland.A .
c.,.... iyitemter Individual cempenenti rising trend seemed evident

.lethil/tg, leek seven, fume c.llectleg! seeds end exkeuten, but In 1963, 1.518 accl-
Mt. ,std / rttas. Heck lents were recorded in the
ceatrlfusel' cad axial' has and
t ,eaves walkers, ell) iMstmted el lenlrf-erevsJ Rl.ldeii. Lakeland area. J
rtMsfistl" elettic.. .Another fluctuation was
noticed in the amount of business -
I... s., isrrtiU' ..,1...... serve, peer ..... sad memawtd houses left open in the

} I the eplsmeat thai will preside taint te...., aad Lakeland area during those
/lag, welntmeiKs-fTM .,.re'I.". years
H Police recorded 1,477 bu..-
ness houses left open In 1961
but In 1962 1,223 establishments -

t iUncSeal Excavating and Pavinn Co 7 PLASTIC STRUcTURES were left open and po-
," INC.Ae ice hoped for a downward
trend In open businesses. That
Phone (..-.". 600 Brannen Road Asteclole .f Hill PIQCISS EQUIPMENT COIPOIATION trend was broken in last year,

w 'f. i + .flew, Florida e Pisces IU-'''' that however 1,317, business when police houses noted were

left open.

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LAKELAND LEDGER Decade For Decision Saturday Morning March 28, INI 9

Florida Breaks Records

In Gaining IndustriesA

record-breaking even for panded an 'Industry Appreciation analyses to the Commission
Florida, 780 new Industrial Week' program during for use In presentations to industrialists
plants and expansion employIng 1963 which set the stage for visiting the Tallahassee
an added 2,000 worken more than 150 community dinner headquarters. Fifty-one
were gained by the tate during meeting designed to coordinate Individual audits were prepared -
1903,'according to the Flop. and stimulate Indus by local authorities due
Ida Development Commission'* trial progress movements in Ins the year, with IS addition
annual report all area of the state. al audits underway.
The Commission hat a* one "
(2) Fifty-two industrial development
4 of Its principal I aim helping Implement committees were
Florida and Its counties like "A .Mohammed' organized devoted to aiding p
Polk attract and hold new Industrie movement inaugurated In established Industries and promoting
*. 1963, became another major new plants.
The Commission'annual report Implement for Statewide Indus
pointed up its progress trial growth. Following organ- Detailed Reports "
in this field. The report laid bed promotion luncheons and "(3) Detailed reports on the
in part: meeting attended by hundreds capabilities of Florida manufacturers N't

IS Per Cent Gala of selected New York area industrialists were prepared for :
and financier\ the use In seeking additional procurement
'7ht'1963 total of manufac Commission flew a large group of stste-made products _
turing facilities and expansions of these executives to Floridato among Southeastern military .
exceeded the 770 of 1962 and inspect key plants and installations ,
rocketed Florida' present manufacturing sites In eight "(4) Maps and data showing
manufacturing employmenttotal localities land area, Industrial sites and
to approximately 222,- "The 4-day Industrial Air industrial buildings availableto r
000- gain of 95 per cent over Tour was conducted In cooperation manufacturer contemplating i _
1951. with local chamber of Florida Installations, with
"The plant and employment commerce and Industrial and definitions on specific facilitiesto POPULAR PASTTIMI ShuHhtMrJ Is *... .f the mt s Pepsis MrtrimMm cnrtt Irawi. In tUition I. she sassy sisters l from Hill erne, vlilto, arena .ll pares
gain- coincided with an loft development authorities. It meet Individual require *.| UkfoH. whiter .1....., as Mils view ef the stale. mtw. .IIHI..r4 .f Hw state com* lucre H p.rtJclp/ .t. I I.. Stiuffl._r4 twirMmcnts.From .
crease In Florida' population provided a person-to-peraon ments, were maintained for
from S.9 to 8.7 million during narrative on Florida' industrial use on up-to-the-minute presentation
the year, with estimator forecasting advantages including geography to expedite replies 4 Courts To 60 Lakeland Shuffleboard Grows
a population of I mil land availability, climate on the State' Industrial poten ,
lion by 1870."LaraeY tials.
manpower and educational
responsible for the resources favorable tax "(5) Local and Statewide From four sidewalk courts During the past year, the beside the regular club tourneys but to local residents a* well Officers of the Lakeland
1963 Industrial profits 1 0 a I structures transportation and workshops In cooperation with to 60 modern courts, that' of flee budding was remodeled, on Tuesday Thursday, A nominal annual membership Shuffleboard Club an J. E.
were program engineered by shipping facilities. modem local chambers of commerce the progress story of shuffleboard cue houses, office and bleachers Friday and Saturday of each fee Is charged which entitles Norton, president: Arthur
the Commission and coordinated utilities, and lucrative domestic and Industrial committee and In Lakeland. were added to handle week, many other events are participant to full use Flndllng, first vice president;
for Joint action with local and overseas market groups stimulated and broad Shuffleboard Wit started In tournaments. All scoreboards on the program There are of the club, facilities and to Howard Malott, second vice I
and regional Industrial development "From this tour cam definite ened community development Lakeland In the summer of have been repaired and painted the Full Moon, Crockett, play in any tournament president; Virgil Baker third
group* and commit. commitments by several programs. Results of the workshop H2S and the Lakeland Shut' new bumper boards have Swarti, 3 Score and 10, Presi throughout the state. vice president; Agnes Carter,
tees northern manufacturer to relocate were tabulated at an leboard Club was formed in been Installed and the present dent's, Foster and Canadian The present membership of secretary) and Ira Spurgeon,
Industrial Stew their plants or establish annual meeting In Tallahassee, the fall of the same year 60 courts have been renovated tournaments the club I* MS treasurer. '
branches In the Sunshine where communities of various with George D. Mendenhall and rellned. This year the National Association !I, --
"Among several major industrial State during 1964 sites received awards from a* president and S. T. Daughter Visitor Drawn and National Tournament
shows sponsored by Governor Farria Bryant at a as secretary and trea Tournament attract visitor was hosted by the' We'd just like to beat the
the Commission during the Slogan Programs Merit Award Luncheon. surer. Equipment was scarce and new member to the club. District and area play. drum a little
year wa* the Florida Industries "Supplementing several other and club foot cue, wooden club. In the first yean of off are scheduled at the
Exposition, attended by programs designed to encourage Lisbon Agents discs, disc carrier and a operation the club maintaineda courts every year. for
t 4,000 businessmen from more production and "(I) Trained Commission painted, wooden Scoreboardwere year-round schedule of Intercity The club not only is open
throughout the world pies multiple sale of Florida' manufacturer Industrial representative were built by hand. I tournaments Now_ for membership to tourist. Casswin ""!."h
thousand of consumer and businessmen, the commission assigned to liaison missions A* the dub and shuffleboard 'tSerriCes
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They Inspected the myriad launched a "Made For among existing and prospective grew, more and better Music graft"le.
Florida-made product varying You In Florida by Florldlani" manufacturer In the facilities and courts were Building ASOLID
from missiles trailer, mobile drive and produced a special field of electronic, metal added. .. e ICING
home, nylon and paper, to gummed label bearing this rallying working plastics, chemical, Building test 120 FOUNDATION gtssoNMU .
phosphate, sugar, citrus garment slogan for use on Flor- minerals paper, sugar and The building that served a* fw 1 t 1 S 9. rlerld.9.24.1 A... 100$1" ir
and confection ida-made products and the other categories. the original office wa purchased HAWKES
"So successful was the 1963 container In which they are "(7) Intensified advertising, for $20. Present plan POLK COUNTY to GROW ONI JAY tawlN a LeI"'CI '
Exposition that more than SO shipped Other slogans and publicity and promotion programs call for the city to construct to cASSUI4o .
per cent of the 270 exhibit label followed, to Include were beamed through a M.500 club house. The facilities I
space made available to Florida 'Buy Florida First" and The many medium to world-wide will Include a modern GEORGE KERESTIY CORP. I GIBSON Guitars
producer for the 1964 Nation's Sunniest Business Cli audience to pinpoint Florida' kitchen and will have a seatIng '
showing in Orlando next April mate.: many Industrial feature capacity of 302 plus many MASONRY CONTRACTOR end amplifiers

14-17, had been reserved long "To promote economical "(8) Sponsored Senate Con- have other feature central It also will and Phase MU C-07C1 P. 0 tea 2511, UktltnJ. 1'1' 'ftOtlu.h.-_ ..ft ... ........
before the end of 1963. Features mass use of the sticker slogan current Resolution No. (52, a heating Ii.
of the Exposition Include *, the Commission made whch| encourages the use of I cooling system =- -..." '-r7.=t.- ---
organized buy-and-sell meetIng the mass-produced labels or Flotida-made products by governmental
between manufacturer printing art work available to agencies and businesses
and key purchasing agents all businesses for additional In the lute
foreign trade seminars SmallBusiness use on envelopes, stationary, "A conservative estimate
Administration conferences promotional leaflets and advertising shows that since the Commission
to explain procedures releases launched Its streamlined SERVING THE .
forum and meetings Numerous other Industry.id Industrial progress program _
and participation by various programs were conducted dur In 1961 more than onehalfbillion
agencies and societies closely ing 1963: dollars has been Invested CITRUS "- -
related to Industry development "(1) A Registered Community In Florida Industry,
product and Mle Audit program encouraged creating more than $0,000 new _-
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Community's Progress INDUSTRIES OF, FLORIDA

By past two year at dinner at atmosphere of the town.
\t MRS. PERKY PENDERGRASS the February meeting, which In December of 1962 and
Al Ledger Correspondent I* the birthday meeting of the 1943 the club sponsored a holi-
**, DAVENPORT Women' dub Firemen responded almost day home, which wa visited
organizations have played an 100 per cent to the urgent by many townspeople and .. OF
important role in the progress call from,the women of tourists In the vicinity. MANUFACTURERS :
of Davenport. They have the club, and Instead of encountering The club meet In the home
raised fund to meet community the usual fire they of the members on the fourth
need, carried out project were welcomed honored and Monday m each month at I -'-- L1 Truck-mounted Grove Spreaders
for city beautification and entertained. Mrs. Bruce In. pm.
provided outlets for the UU gram I* Davenport Woman's Davenport PTA Grove Spreaders
eMs and skill of townspeopleby Club president Serving with The Davenport Parent.
art and hobby her during the last two year
sponsoring Teacher Association bit a
show and other cultural pro. on the executive board have membership of (6. It Is believed Young Grove Spreaders
-- been Mr*. Hans M. Brue, Mrs.
the PTA was
gram Green, Mr*. J. C. Gore, Davenport
Grace DuPont Cattle Chutes
A resume of the accomplishment organized In 1929 with Mr*.
and Mrs.
Janice Stanley
of Davenport's larger Johnnie McKnight serving a*
women' organizations the S. B. Johnson the first! president followed Olsen Hydraulic Lift Carry-alls
Woman' Club Garden Club Davenport Garden.. Club by Mrs. Grant Holden,

and Parent-Teacher Association On June 14, 1954 11 Interested During the last It yean the Sand Spreaders for Road
follow: persons met In the clubrooms following have served ss president
The Davenport Woman' of the Davenpprt Wom Mr*. O. B. Phillip, ContractorsA
Club with a membership of an's Club and organized a Henry "Honwby. Mre. Cart
Hi, I* one of the active club Garden circle, which I was Bradley Mrs. P. O Wall Jr, I
in Davenport Although during sponsored by the Woman's. Mr*. V. E. Woods, Mr*. Ralph
the membership Starr Jr. Mr*. 1.. T. Yarbro
the last It years Club and from the Hibiscus
has remained about circle In 1951 the Davenport and Mrs. Carol B. Clarke, Spreader for Every Purpose
the same the member have Garden Club grew The following who 1* the 196344 president.
been busy with several proJ- year the club was fed. The Halloween Carnival I*
the With the
largest project.
ects. erated.
Mrs. Hans M. Brue servedas Kelp of parent, teacher and Conibear "Heavy Duty" Spreader-Model TPS
Hobby Others citizens of the community the
the first president.
The club held a successfulart serving the club as president PTA has raised enough mon-
and hobby ahow. Modern have been Mr*. Perry Fender- ey to obtain for the school
Japanese prints were loaned grass Mr*. C. E. Williamsand two gas stoves two refrigerator :
show the Rlngling two freezers, dishes sliver
for the by Mr*. Mary Deter The "
Museum of Art in Sarasota. club bal a membership of 23, pots pans, dishwasher OUR NEWEST SPREADER .
and rubber for the legs
The show Itself was a com- 21 women and four men. tips
bination of hobby collection The object of the club to to of chain In the lunchroom. '
a* well as family antique promote an Interest In garden School Needs Provided OPERATION-By Tractor driver with
There were about 50 contributor *, their design management Also the PTA a
purchased by. located
of II controls conveniently
hundred .
showing and culture and to exchange nave been water fountains,
articles experiences: to encourage microscope slides, record "
Member from time to time civic improvementsand players records, tape recorder CONSTRUCTION-Streamlined body ;
have held workshops for the to enhance the scenic TV set little league baseball design for greater strength
American Cancer Society furnishing beauty of DavenportBeantlflcatlon field and equipment, y
supplies to the County Project prize for Book Week, each
Unit The club also sponsors The first project of the club year, black- t curtain, DIMENSIONS-Low and narrow
the yearly cancer fund drive. was landscaping the five islands rhythm band Instrument, rug
I For several year It has sponsored on U.S. Hwy. 17.92 withIn for first aid room, filing cabi- DISTRIBUTOR FANS
1 the Mother's March for and Intercom TWIN
) the city limits of Davenport net system
\ the March of Dime This highway Is heavily The PTA hal sponsored Combeor Grove Spreader Model GS
During the last two years traveled by out-of-stat visitors planting of pine seedlings
programsfor the monthly to Florida. and presented all past president
I meetings have been based on The second and largest project with pins. It has boated
.n "our home town" theme has been the Christmas a reception for teacher each "Made In Florida By Florida People"
using local talent, and local street decorations and a program year, and contributed to the
businessmen and women as of Christmas lightingand city recreation program and
During the past club Girl Scout and Boy
speaker Christmas decorations for to the
year member were Invited to The club started Scout work.Teachers. I
he community. '
visit the C. S Taylor Com- ( these seasonal displays lunchroom work. CO.
pany here a* pelts of Mrs. with a spotlighted large en and members of the PTA CONIBEAR EQUIPMENT
C. S. Taylor, which proved an Christmas card in one of the are sent to their various convention
interesting and Informative highway Wands, and by De- each year. A representative -
meeting Member 1963 the club had 25 from the local PTAis
Feed. Not Fire Urge lighted scrolls for the present at the county district

Members of the club hon-the street lights* are and"four'eM(along mattscfellTht el the and member, state meeting have M4 Some e*. P.O. Les 376 '-7 Milo, North of ukol4 on U.), 99 Phone MU 6-3329 Ukilond' .larld4,
seed die li member flee M tile PTA enmiy muaciL .
Davenport Volunteer" Fire D.. Hwy IT-tt through Dav *> 'i
,art l.Dt sad their wives the port, adding! te the holiday


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LEDGER Decide For Dodo I
It Saturday Morning, March 28, 1984 ", LAKELAND

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sixty two thoughtfully planned 1 and 2 Bedroom apartments, with 1, 1 I'/z' f dock sixty three beautiful apartments, 1 & 2 Bedrooms, 1, 1 l'/2 & 2
and 2 Baths in a masterful community plan, with complete Recreation Baths complete Recreation facilities In a lovely waterfront location.
facilities for your leisure hours. Elevator service to all floors.

From 9.950 and $45 per month'. From 10,750 end $45 per month'. .,

'Include all ehorgei for ground fees, Joint maintenance costs such 01 water wwtrog, outside lighting car of 'Include! all charges for ground fees, /joint maintenance costa such 01 water sewerage, outside lighting care: of
grounds and recreation focllitlti, monagemenf and to.'.. Des not Include your Own telephone, and electric usoge. ground and recreation facilities, management and taxes. Does not Include your own telephone, and electric usage. u

1600 LAKE PARKER DRIVE, WEST 1700 6th STREET, N.W., (U.S. #17))

Phon.: 686.5191 "\ .> 1 Phone: 293.1606

Sales Office, Exhibits and Model Apartment, charmingly furnished by L Soles Office, Exhibits and Model Apartment, furnished by Modernage,

MATHER of Lakeland, OPEN EVERY DAY from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. .' 'I \::... OPEN EVERY DAY from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sale Agent Hauger Realty }, ', Sales Agent A. J. Lynd

Directions Turn north at Lake Short Drive from Memorial Blvd. (US.92 .i: Ideally located on US #17, just north of the Northgote Shopping Center. ,

ALT), )Just 200 feet west of Holiday Inn. !.". and facing directly on Spring Lake.

Visit And Inspect These Gorgeous Apartments Today!! .':'tit.tY y i' ,

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EVERY Apartment includes all of the _. : For ',Your Leisure And Relaxation. .' : .' ; r

following/ as standard equipment: \ .. ,_', '.:; .. A congenial Recreation Center, with meeting and card rooms, kitchen and screened Janet,
C Individually controlled CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING & HEATING .\ ''s.\ ,1, ,:';. PLUS outdoor facilities all dedicated to the health and ,happiness of Harbour'Apart-. : I
All-electric GE kitchens: range,oven, refrigerator,waste Disposall! -I ment-owners .,I
e Step-saver kitchen, with all-mica counters and cabinets : "-
e Imported ceramic tile bathrooms; mica vanity; slip-pruf tub with "grab-
roils;" non-skid ceramic tile floors e Heated] Swimming I I Pool
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e Color-coordinated wall-to-wall wool broadloom carpeting Putting GreenShufffoboard
.. '. Light, airy, spacious rooms, with extra-wide doorways .
Generous closets, with louvered doors for ventilation Courts
e Decorator-styled interiors, with colors of your choice Fishing and boot docks
e Pre-wired TV and telephone outlets. Master TV antenna.
e Electric outlets raised 24" from floor to avoid stooping, *4 ; h", and location conveniently near golf courses, bowling, boating and skiing
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centers, baseball training camps,and Polk County's 600 fish-stocked...
for each building: additional storage ,

i areas; automatic washers and dryers. PLUS: City conveniences In a suburban, tropical setting city water supply, city sewerage,
huge nearby shopping centers, public transportation, churches of all
Deluxe I 2-bedroom, Z.gat h apartments also I I Include:I a GE dishwasher and your own GE wash denominations, medU
;;ii, ? r-dryer combination, plus a private balcony off each Master Bedroom. cat facilities, and cultural and social activities In cosmopolitan Winter Haven and Lokeland.

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These Harbour Apartments are NOT co-operatives, but CONDOMINIUMS! Individual apartments are owned
i. ... ..I.. ,4..* "In fee simple." Each buyer receives Warranty Deed, Title and Title Insurance Policy to the apartment he t '!* ''' '
.\. '. <*, owns, plus an undivided share In the ownership of the community land and recreation facilities' Enjoy the v. '..
It" t', Ii"' safety and security of Individual home ownership, plus the benefits of shored cost for the wonderful amen I. > I.< I *,., .
jj .'' ties of estate living. Each owner Is liable/ only for his own mortgage debt, if any, and Is NOT responsible for ':* .
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1 'l.. & Associates;:Florida's foremost, builder of Condominium Apartments. Also under construction at this time: similar developments Sarasota, Daytona Beach, Maitland

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I,... YOU see it every day a new building finished newer one begun a new road cutting through pastures and phosphate land to carry

the increasing traffic flowing between Folk's' communities, an existing road widened and improved to bear its share of the load a new industry

springing upan existing one expanding new homes rising for the new workers and new schools for their children. New churches go up as

congregations overflow existing buildings new stores are opened'to serve the needs of the growing population.What .

you see is progress-Polk County's progress in its Decade for Decision the decade in which Polk County made up its mind to climb to the

top, to claim its rightful share in Florida's great leap into the space age.

; "t Progress is symbolic of Polk County in this decade, and this cover is symbolic of progress. The towering bui dings represent the county's gainson

the firm foundations of citrus cattle tourists and industry. The church in the foreground makes abundantly clear the importance of spiritual

values in Polk County growth. The design in the foreground represents the lakes which have made Polk County famous for water sports and fishing.
I And behind it all, the rising sun of a new day, another day of growth.and progress in Polk County's Decade for Decision the story of which is

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Lakeland Plans For FutureIn jJ"i_

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Power Plant ExpansionThe

City of Lakeland is proceeding completed a $U million expulon The nationally-known consulting story at the time, and the rv
with a$9.6 million utility of the Charles Larsen engineers forecast also municipality received widespread t
expansion program the Memorial Power Plant only that the present annual dividend publicity for its progressiveness
largest In the 80-year history last year the consulting engineers to the city's general .
of the municipality.And .- Reynolds, Smith & operating fund will increase As compared with the original .
the clty'i consulting en. Hills, of Jacksonville report from Its present $1 million to capacity of SO kilowatts, it :
gineers predict that a $3.950- that the 19.( million expansion almost $3 million by 1971 may be reported that the mu
000 expansion will have to be and subsequent multi. Estimates of the value of nicipality's present generating
started In 1966; a S13,500,000 million dollar expansions is the electric power and water capacity Is 116,250 kilowatts. I
expansion will be required In and will be essential to keep systems vary. But a figure of This will be increased to 160-
1968, and a $13.723-000 expan- electric power and water about $50 million dollars is 250 kilowatts with the Installation
lion must be anticipated In systems In line with the used by some Informed utility of a new 44,000 kw steam
growth and progress of the executives as the approximate turbine as a part of the $9 f
1971.Although the municipality community. present value of the utility system million expansion program.It .
,.-....----------"iiiooiIo-... .. ..I. owned by the taxpayersof was 1904 that the City of M [
Lakeland. Lakeland decided to go Into r
JERICHO OXFORD SLIP-ON It's a far cry from the original the electric power business r >t 1 r P t
I or I power plant built In 1889 E. B. Briggs the original owner -
by the privately-owned Lakeland had sold the plant to .,
COLOR NATURAL I Light It Power Co. The Bruce Neff. Later he offered a
capacity of the Initial opera to sell to the municipal government
Sizes 6tto 11-.
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for $7,500 The
tion was SO kilowatts and the city
I plant was financed by an fathers of the day at first rejected
$8,000 bank loan.Intereltlna the offer. After engineering
studies and much deliberation
ills to report
Lakeland decidedto -
Think'H that Harry Sloan the plant
take the
threw the switch on
manager Needed made at Lake Mirror In 1922 dence of many city commissions ... ,...' .
May 26, 1891 which turnedon Plant IT'S A Alt cn from made Charles levees:
: the power for the first It was a considerable Investment 1925 and 1928. and be service provided to electric M five street lights. They were for the village of the Some of the most Important rural power areas at a time when many It to Ik. city's fllIt paws. "!..(, *.... fclmr. Act*.!'*, the tint
arc lights, a marvel of their time. Time, of course has chapters In the story of the cost the municipal government urn ,In ...".If... Is nly" a .*."'>* .f what ft will he "'!>..
I choose I day. proven that it was the best Lakeland utility the late system Charles were money to make such service ,........ aspansse ,itranis--4* keep rj wish L.... ..'. lrewthltt. -
written by
investment ever made by the
Third In State Larsen. He became superintendent available. a, __, ...

I I II Incandescent lights were in- municipal 1916 Lakeland governmentBy had grown of the utilities system electrification He was a committee one-man ,rural and
lWESBIIIOf : troduced in 1903, and Lakeland from a village to a small town. in 1922, and his was the guiding bis wisdom was substantially
!I I became the third city In (fail The old power plant was Inadequate hand in the developmentof responsible for the great development
the publicly.own'" facilities
J SHOES of Florida-behind Jacksonville and antiquated. The of what to now the
fOR 1951.
death I
MINA until his *
and have decision made to
Tampa-to construct
d was : Greater Lakeland Communitythe
i I electric lights In homes and a'new plant on Lake A dedicated engineer and and
I corporate city a
citizen, he designed and supervised
businesses. It was quite a Mirror Drive. Extensions were
summer of comfort a each expansion of the second city of more than 21- ,
... I sat your feet, when you're I system during his S5-year 000 persons living in a three- "i ,-

::. taking It easy In these i .<',STOP wirryln| abiut loUr (iiarlnf! tenure. He Is generally credited mile limits.In belt. beyond the corporate
the and
fashionable smooth cowhide with having vision ; y
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casuals, complete with LOOK it Sinitini! > tlimmist eyeilasj'hiarlnf .idtl! foresight which multi-million resulted dol-in the city fathers that the municipality -
crepe rubber sole end heel I the present would have to build
I LISTEN lar asset owned by the residents -
ti: Its Jupiri pirfirmancif
of this community today. a new major power plant The
I hear better, look better, live better use of electric power was soaring
I "" "" a MAIl COUPON TODAY Lines Extended It was no longer confinedto

NomeAoVrets. . . . . . . I Most hearing losses can be corrected T-'- It was Larsen who made the cords bulbs And at the the end air of condition-electric ,
I with Sonotone's terrific new eyeglass actual decision to extend the ;e
. . . . . . . power lines of the City: of log decade was just ahead.

I City . . . . . State . . i I hearing hearing aid, the aid TIIINLINE is built into Sonolo. A transistor o's- : porate Lakeland limits.far beyond He had the earned cor- that In later 1949, was the modem to be namedin plant

N Enclosed $. . for . . Pairs Jericho slimmest lightest temples. Fits wom- the respect and full confl Larsen's memory was constructed

: I Shoes. Sue . .. $10.29 Pr. Tax incl. en's men's eyeglass fronts for stylish along Lake Parker
-- ; The first turbine generatorwas
O SLIP-ON D OXFORD hearing seeing. The THINLINE is so installed, and it had a capacity <
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A Saturday Mornln,. March 28, IK4 I

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; For All These In Polk County. Throughout the years. we have expanded ALBERT KEY I
Financial I
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{ and. improved our banking facilities to keep pace with a LEONORA McCLURG
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Checking Accounts growing, prospering Lakeland and Polk County. Through GRADY H. WALLACE
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Automobile Loans the loyal patronage of thousands like you, we have become ALTON Vice Pr.B...BENNETT Or Comptroller

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Decade For Decision
f Saturday Morning, March.M, 19B4 LAKELAND LEDGER
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Mutual's Membership aD Ys i;, .a 't. # 'N' k'

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manufacturer can measure This was the beginning of At the same time. Mutual
progress by comparing his cur- the philosophy expressed In his developed a highly successful -
rent number of customer with succinct form by Mutual's system of collecting data
those he had at lome point In Executive Vice President Rob- on a day-to-day basis which Ed '
the past In a similar way, ert W Rutledge: "Cooperation the grower can use a* an accurate A
Florida Citrus Mutual can is profit. guide on pricing wheth. .al
compare Its current member Cooperation Increase orbs ultimately decides to sell 4
ship of 12,500 growers with Its Over the years, there has by the box by pounds of solids,
6,500 grower members 15 years been an Increasing degree of by weight, or in bulk. i As ; a i ,, K ur

ago grower cooperation centered The goal of greater perfect .
But the more important around Mutual's efforts tion on this field Is an every
measurement of progress is Basic to these efforts have day effort at Mutual headquarters -
what Mutual Is doing now for been more accurate Information .
Florida's citrus growers as on crop values based on But Mutual has taken the
compared with 15 years ago the different ways citrus can lead In giving growers servicein
Back in 194MB, Florida Citrus be sold. Mutual by making Its many other area The fact
Mutual was making the own careful appraisals fre- that the 1963-64 season has
very first cooperative effort quently has been able to dii- seen such services ate peak I.a Is
of the industry to relate production play warning signals to guide remarkable compliment to
and price on something the growers, when the government Mutual management. For the : -j.Y'
better than a hit or miss (and crop estimates have beenopen freeze served to cut the organ.
very often hit and miss) basis to doubt. i I ization's spendable Income to a r Li
low figure actually $145,000
less than It was In 1950. Basically -

these new services are ------
all a part of the message which
Rutledge hammers home to his MUTUALMEN bard .f directors of Horld. Citrus Myfuel w.. recently L, Connor of Masse", Dore. lock row, from loft, H...., A, Prim of IrooWon; W.

staff on a daily basis: "If If* shakes .r the ,... 21 dst .f A. .. Mfeheel ef Wales, the "Dee .f Florid Ellen CI.......,. .. Cltn/ ; .. p, Wkotlof Jr. of Ovleee H. D. Reels of For Osdtni .
good for the grower, let' do,. Citrus." 0* the bard *ri Trent row, from loft Tern 0. frown".. 'mtproof; FredH. Albert' Caches of WsMchule Herkerr S. Mener .f Dodo City) L W. Tildes .f
it." Adklnto' .f MI""...., the late Mr. Mlchoot Joints. C. Morton .f Avbuntdele. Winter Cordon; J. ft. Graves of V... loach Chester. J. Kent .. Orlondo Ledley ,I
For many years, Mutual has Ch.I....." W. Met Acroo Jr. of Dtlond Chorlos C. fortin .f Klnlntmee Vornon H. War of UMond; Robert J. Berben .f Avon For*) William R. McMulle ..
ought to direct Industry funds Tempo. .
Into research efforts designedto I
create new uses for citrus '
Long before there was any in- Mutual has carried the fightto able prices. Its daily Market year, as the grower became -
dustry-wide worry over bumper Washington: it has broughta Bulletins and the weekly more convinced that his job
\ Informationof did not end In the EXCELLENT BUYS!
crops, Mutual warned that member of the European Triangle provide producing
there would come a time when immediate value to. its fruit but rather that his Job
Common Market Commissionto
the grower supply would ex- members. has not ended until the fruit
ceed the consumer demand Lakeland for discussions Fruit thefts have been a I It consumed. This la an at- USED -
r making profitable grower sales of the ECM's attitude. On all growing concern to growers. titude which Mutual bas felt
Impossible. Gradually the In- fronts, Mutual has taken the With crop values up and supplies since Its beginning, the grower
dustry has accepted this line lead In seeking to eliminate down, following the must adopt OFFICE MACHINES
of reasoning as a fact freeze Mutual foresaw an increase In a recent statement, Rut-
Now, finally, an effort Is citrus from the President'slist in stealing. It there- ledge expressed It this way,
being launched to devise new of items which are subject fore organized a Central Intelligence "Every step along the path TYPEWRITERS .
tariff reduction
products which will enable the or Bureau and planned- from the citrus tree to the
__ grower to find more marketsfor tariff elimination. Mutual with the active support of the use of the product by the con o ADDING MACHINES
On another front
I II fruit, at a fair return,
sheriffs of the counties involved sumer is important to the
has actively sought relief for
when the next bumper crop from air pollution a Fruit Protection grower. Since it Is importantto ROTARY
comes. Citrus grower have Division which already has the grower, Florida Citrus
which is believed to hurt
the which this pro-
supplied money participated in over 100 arrests Mutual has played and will CALCULATORSMARCANT
duction in central Florida
effort will require, and they
Involving more than continue to play a part In
have given generously of their groves. The grower organization I- $150,000. Mutual has paid out each step along the route to FREIDEN MONROE
hat filed a brief with
experience.The over $2,000 in reward money. insure a fair price for Its
of the a Senate subcommittee and DICTATING
actual launching MACHINES
It is because
More important, the fruit pro- grower members.
.la late. presented oral arguments In
research campaign
tection effort has persuadedmany of this; attitude and
However given active and behalf of the growers. DICTAPHONE
a would be fruit thief because we have been successful I
guidance,' Mutual Mutual has sought to widen
that the odds were too heavily in representing the
SELECT believes new products and hew the market for grapefruit EDISON-GRAY
I marketing techniques can be with Its ingenious grapefruit weighted against him. grower In many different
FROM OUR NEW ,While Florida Citrus Mu- ways that we not only have I
/ available for the successful spoon and has sold almost PHOTO COPYMACHINES
LARGE COLLECTION tual does not directly participate 12,500 members but that
selling of the larger crops expected seven million of them. Similarly -
In three to five years. Its specially designed in planning how the these members are making
However no amount of citrus squeezer has brought growers' advertising dollar their voices heard with greater -
product and marketing de- housewives an easy way of will ,be spent, it has actedas clarity and Impact throughout ROFAX & YERIFAX
velopment can give Florida making Juice at home with a watch-dog on the effectiveness the citrus Industry.
growers a fair return, If the out entailing the purchase of and efficiency of national Rutledge added: "Recentlyone
AlwwAr United States Is Hooded with an expensive appliance.On citrus advertising. of our members wrote LAKELAND TYPEWRITER
DIAMONDS 1U66A6E cheap fruit from nations whose still another front Mutual Through the Triangle it ex- You have been doing a good
standard of living I* far be- has produced hundreds of pressed Its feelings about the Job representing the grower.' & SUPPLY CO. INC.
low ours. For this reason, different booklets containingvital campaign of some year ago That is Mutual's goal and ,
for example and the indus- will continue to be. And we
I Florida Citrus Mutual bas grower Information. Its
led the fight to retain the ex- five year forecast tolowlng try's advertising now has a will represent him in any marten I 122 S. Tenn. Ave. Phone (86-3167
"\ UUng tarot protection without the 196143 freeze season, l. new look. of citrus that are Important LAKELAND FLORIDA I Il
which a 'proflubto citrus. a valuable blueprint of anticipated The scope .0' ,Mutual' activities to his continued pros,
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/' !. First Thought For Housewife Puts Publix In Front

A grocer In 1929 turned there offered me a job at $70 annual payroll of more than eral'store In Georgia. This boll weevil ran him out of wall, even In 1925/ for In flvi I !'.
I down a big pay increase and per week. $20 million, and annual salesof was His first experience in Georgia weeks he wa promoted to I :: <;. _
; Indirectly created a business Florida Preferred more than $200 million. learning how to become "The Lakeland's business mag manager of the store. Soon, '
I empire. Actually. I turned down Oddly enough, a pay cut Is Grocer The Girls All Love," nate-to-be arrived at Tampain he was transferred to Winter "t", ., '
C the California job because I also a part of the George W. the title of a full.length feature the mld-1920s with $9 In Haven And again there was t\:'
The grocer, of course, is wanted to stay in Florida I Jenkins story. For It was several year ago In his pockets and determinationIn the hand-writing his store Y,>,' ,
George W. Jenkins, of Lake- don't believe that I had In actually a salary reduction THE SATURDAY EVENING his heart He was all of sales soared from $1300 to .
land, president of Publix Super mind at the time the Idea of during the great depression POST on Jenkins and his Pub 17 years of age Jenkins soon $6,000 a week.
Markets Inc.. and one of opening my own grocery of more than three decadesago lix Supermarkets found that he was allergic to Economy Collapses ..f
j II Florida outstanding citizens store." that led him to open his the real estate business, and That record brought Jenkins
r The pay rejection is a true Nevertheless, the pay increase first, self-owned grocery Boll Weevil, Boom that he had a strong affinityfor into the "big money" a .
t story. Let Jenkins tell It: rejection, built on a It could well be said that The land boom of the 1920s the grocery business And weekly salary of $35. The trip r*
t "I was earning $35 per man's faith in Florida, Is the Jenkins was born for the food was the lure that brought also an affinity for eating regularly to California followed in due t t i Q
I week managing a food chain background of a supermarket retailing business. For as soon Jenkins from his native Geor- time, and the Job offer of $70
t store In Winter Haven. I empire today of 100 beautifuland as he was old enough to reach gia to Florida. As the Publix He was hired as a clerk In a week. The groceryman
I went to California on a business ultra-modern stores, with over the counters, ha became president puts it, the boom a grocery chain at Tampa. spurned California for Polk
I trip, and a food chain more than 1000 employes, an a clerk In his father's gen lured him to Florida and the The handwriting was on the County, and soon he was in
I J! the $.5 a week bracket. r, .
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There were great,
clouds on the economic hori-
ion in 1929, and the depression
i. born with the collapse

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of the stock market In
the fall of the year The eco-
nomic collapse reached Into
every nook and cranny of the
nation even Into the chain
store managed by Jenkins at
Winter Haven.
Business declined and sharply
p e The grocery was faced
S tsoA 7w tt with a substantial salary reduction
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That was the moment
that he made his great decision -
Men going places
4t don't accept salary reductions, .
and this was a man going
; Jenkins opened his own
grocery store, with his capitalof
$500, and not a little credit
with his suppliers. In the first I
t year, the young fugitive from GEORGE, JENKINS
the boll weevil grossed $120

000 In sales, and economic bought, bought and bought-, ference between a rising and
h conditions were so bad that he and they bought from Pub! falling star
ik frequently gave free groceries lix In the late 1950s, Jenkins
t l to the unemployed. Never con- The war years slowed Jenk moved to expand the Publix
tent with the status quo, Jenkins ins' plans for expanding his chain into the Miami market,
opened a second storeIn food palaces, but he proceeded regarded by trade experts as
Haven and his combined nonetheless, with the Job one of the toughest In the nation -
gross sales topped $200000. of building a food empire. He There are Queens of
I He then formed the Publix: purchased 19 small grocery grocery budget In the Miami
Food Stores Corp.Depression stores from a retiring food area, too, and they
11 Our Friends Are : lingers store owner. These were re girls who put their emphatic
.' ;;: The depression didn't come modeled; newadvertlslnlarfdmerchandising touch of approval on the Pub
In a day, and it was years In technique I lix palaces In their area. They,
leaving Hollywood produced came Into being Jenkins Increased too, bought, and bought, and
light and gay musicals to lift the gross of these bought-at Publix.
',/ the morale of the people. stores from $3 million to $7
I Step Taken
,I Jenkins produced somewhatof million within five years.
> : a modern miracle by opening In the late 1940s, Jenkins Soon, the food chain was
I O and successfully operating and Publix: opened the first forced to make another giant
his two stores. In the 1930slusiness ultramodern store in Dixieland step forward It opened a major .
ur'Most was slow but not In Lakeland. It was a divisional office and food
I Jenkins' ever.active mind. He proud moment for the upcoming distribution center in North
was busy dreaming a dream food tycoon, for Vice Miami
that not even a Hollywood, President William M. Hollis But then the details of the
could produce. and the other executives and progress of Publix and Jenk .
By ,1940 he was ready to employes of the company Ins-the executive with the
bring his dream Into reality, touch of a Midas-could go on
Valued Asset Begins
I and on. Perhaps It can best be
He sold his two stores, borrowed It might well be said that exemplified by the frequent
$25000 on an orange world circumstances keep the e
absence of Publix executives
grove he had acquired In the Jenkins dream only smolderIng -
from the central offices In
depression era, and built the In the '40s Publix caughton
I first of the marble, tile and fire In the 1950s, an expansion Lakeland. Why the absences
"... Because of the trust that you, the customers of this bank, have placed 'In us, we have been able to grow to stucco food palaces that dieIngulih ftre that has continuedto Let reason the: secretaries tell the
the vast Publix chainof
our present position of Immense strength and stability In Polk' County, i.WfQffijfr l t'pt : today brightness blaze, with In.,,the evergrowing. Intervening. 'u "Mr.MrlDavlet Jenkins toe Mr Hollli.or .
There were banker who '* *" or any of the
In all the accelerated progress of this decade, banking' plays a most Important part. $ providing The"necessary viewed Jenkins as an Impracleal :yeiirs In 1951, gross sales had other In top today-i.vel He'personnel s opening)an-.snot

i financing for research and product development and for the sound expansion of Industry'ond, visionary-Investing un- reached more than $18 million other new supermarket!
In .
realistic sums buildings In retrospect, Jenkins
business, large or small, throughout Lakeland and Polk, County. simply to dispense groceries today concedes that he scarce- success In this, fantastic more story words
to housewives. And there were ly believed It could happen. many
could be written. The JenkIns -
I those in the trade who were In that year, Publix opened Its
+ would still be the
OFFICERS rII11 certain that the Publix presi- main offices and massive saga
r same-the of a good busInessman -
4 DIRECTORS dent was heading down the warehouse facilities In Lakeland story
i { i IIIf: : road of bankruptcy. Within the decade, the a good boss, a good \
and above all
citizen, a gentleman
r q Hsu'PretelfAo'tr N e Girls Prove PointIt company had opened an additional .
was the girlthe housewives -' 50 new supermarketsand
I' r -who proved the bankers had added more than 3,* Today, 100 beautiful super-
and the trade experts dead 000 employes. markets with sales of more
wrong. In Jenkins' book, the Perhaps the real story of than $20 million. Who will
-- housewife was Her Highness, success and progress Is In doubt that In another decadeIt
II the critical decisionsat will be 200 or 300 Publix
queen[ of the grocery budget making
And he gave the girls stores the right time. In the development food palaces with sales of $50
Dliicwr lit for Queens-air conditioned of Publix Jenkins or $75 million
I e wide aisles, national brand had made several such critical This will be the story In 1974
names, shining chrome, soft decisions keen, decisive of Publix, 'Where Shopping
f music, magic doors. The girls judgments that spelled the dif- Is a Pleasure

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the (act*. Compare them with your State' Industrial advantage
In relation to your business or industry

J. Hardln i T J, Oxford, Sr. Ed N. Llghtfoot Griner Water Bolivar F. Hyde, Jr., Compere :Florida' favorable tax structure guaranteed
Peterson, Srl free> enterprise labor. 211% personal Income growth since
...11..... I 1950..l1'Owin'12 BILLION DOLLAR consumer market.
ty Tk. You will probably agree that Florida I* far ahead In placing
LAKELANDLEDGE the businessman in the profit picture.

FIRST STATE BANK'OF I* In tint* Golf fishing and swimming may not be business factors,
Decefe. 'er but they can be enjoyed year 'round when you live &lidDec.IM
work in Florida.Sound Interesting?

LAKELAND P'....- Editas. For more details on how you can become a permanent
Florida resident and buitacMmaa-contact Mr. Wendell

S 4 Jarrard Chairman-Director, Florida Development Corn
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; Lakeland's New Post Office Marks End Of Old Era

II Lakeland'i new postal installation lic and a structure offering prove that the new building dents an Increase of 600 boxes In an effort to overcomethe
the number In the old alight problem service for
was a definite need. over
on Lake Wire la the 27,000 square feet of floor
Overcoming such problems building. businesses, created by movingthe
physical proof of a growing space was put into use. as the collapse of a freestanding v Other Gains Noted office out of the downtown
business that did more than The move to the new post wall In a wind storm and area, the Lakeland post office
II million In business In 1963, office was a move that was the delay In shipment of 3,- Brantley, who became postmaster was one of the first post offices
and promises to do even morIn badly needed as the facilitieson 000 new post office boxes, the In 1952 noted that the In the country to Implement -
I( Tennessee Avenue had not new structure was completedIn new building was not the only the ABCD mall delivery
I 1 1964. been altered since 1929 whena October by the Texas Mid. physical progress made by the system.
Postal receipts for the Lakeland bit of light redecoration and west Construction Co. U.S. Post Office In Lakelandin The new system offers same-
. post office in 1963 totaled expansion work was done on Leased By Owner the past 10 years. day service to business men
\ I Sl.017.018.J4 Nine years ago a building constructed to serve Owned by Hill and Co., of The postmaster noted that In the downtown area if m.UIa
the net receipts for the installation Lakeland in 1918. certain mall boxes
Memphis Tenn., the building since 1954 the Country Club placed In
were only 53355223. Many Join Effort Is leased by the Federal Government Estates office was establishedand by a certain time each day.
than 90,000
Serving more at a cost of $41,000 that postal service to Keeping up with the postal
the staff of the Lakeland
persons The new $500,000 building
per year on a 20-year lease residents of the large area surrounding system across the U.S., Lakeland
post office handled 52 was the realization of the addedto 1 !$ ,.
agreement.The Lakeland was post office also imple.mented
million pieces of mail In 1963 dreams of Postmaster GeorgeP. of Lakeland owned icht
city the already growing job of the new ZIP Code system
-each handled 11 to IS and efforts
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piece Brantley the piece of property on Lake the rural carriers. of mall delivery In Lakeland -
times between Its sender and of leading city businessmen,
between Missouri and
Wire In addition to Its expanded offering quicker and
the recipient. who made an all out push to
New York Avenues and sold
I I Indoor facilities the new post more accurate service by the
; I Payroll Shows Growth convince U.S. officials I In It to the Hill Co. for $112,000. office offers a parking area mall carrier.
Poet office payrolls reflect Washington that Lakeland did The owner of the property and that proved to be ample except Postmaster Brantley said
the growth of Lakeland's In. indeed need new facilities. the building paying city and at Christmas rush time. "Lakeland postal facilities
\ stallation. In 1954. 75 employes Members of the Lakeland county real estate taxes. The paved lot will hold 30 automobiles have made every effort to
Rn J of the Tennessee Avenue post Chamber of Commerce the After serving Lakeland from and on-itret parking keep up with the growth of
office brought an approximate city commission and the Its cramped Tennessee Avenue Is also available The the city of Lakeland and to .
I yearly payroll of $300,000 into Downtown Development Association quarter that boasted 1,000 move to Lake Wire took the give every service to the patrons. ._ '
\ Lakeland. In 1963. the expanded joined In the effort to square feet of floor space, the post office from the congestion We are confident that S
staff of 145 workers broughtan get the postal officials to postal workers began operating of the heart of downtown Its growth will not stop with
approximate yearly payroll agree to build a new post of. In the new building In a Lakeland allowing more persons the new building, but will continue
I of $900,000 into the city. fice.Working 27.000 square foot area filled toIII the facilities growing with the city _
r The physical growth of the together the civic with new equipment to allow quicker. of Lakeland." .
post office reached its peak on and municipal groups com- speedier handling of mail. I 1II B\!, -- Im...
1 Oct. 28, 1963 when the doorsto plied statistics and facts gath Two complete banks of new
i o the new building on Lake ered by Brantley and the post office boxes are now avail s
.I Wire were opened to the pub Chamber of Commerce to able to Lakeland and real- A .LAKELAND'S NEW POST OFFICE as modem end as efficient es eny In the Sovrii, is
; t ....th" Monlfoitetloii of the city's ,..|'.. In the pct few yeen, end. on Induction .f the growth
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Ii Story Of Lakeland's Growth Told .trie ly ...k.I.".. loaders. to secure the new facility.

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growth can be general fund presently Is more dividend from utilities In 1973

told by the growth of the city than $1 million annually. This will be about $3 million I
power facilities. money, of course, is used for And It should be pointed out
These figures will tell the the operation of the municipal that all bond Issues for es
I Lakeland utility story. In 1940 government. The cash dividend sential expansions are also R I
total sales of electric power excludes hundreds of paid out of utility earnings.In 1 IYU
thousands of dollars worth of !
ad valorem taxes
and water were 688000. In on property s
1963 sales topped $7 million. electric power and water the utility systems costs
Reynolds, Smith & Hills, after furnished the various corporate the taxpayers nothing.DESCRIPTIVE .
offices in addition to power
a detailed feasibility study
predicted that sales in 1973 I for all street lighting.The WORDS
will be more than $19 million. engineering consultantsand
forecasts used NEW YORK (AP-Sen Kenneth
The cash dividend to the their are -
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HUTCHINSON. Kan (AP) predict that the cash "I never knew what a filibuster s t.k .
Ten-year-old Earl Burris' Christ- I was until I read a newspaper -
mas present flew away UNUSUAL GROUNDS I article referring to it asa
The boy's father gave him a 'talkathon.' Why don't you
racing pigeon for Christmas. He BELPRE, Kan. (AP) Mrs. :politicians I coin more words like
bought it from a pigeon raiser Kenneth Henning figured she t his so one can understand moref
In Curio, Tex. had grounds for trouble when c> what'f going on?"
When the boy opened the crate the coffee she brewed for a "I agree," Keating commented -
Christmas Eve his feathered arty" tasted bad. I on his weekly radio-televl-
\ gift hopped out and took oft In a Linen she found that an elecrle I lion show here. "And while
southerly direction. coffee pot she borrowed for 1 we're on the term-filibuster-
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//1 Lakeland's New Post Office Marks End Of Old Era

I h Lakeland's new postal Installation He and I structure offering prove that the new building dents, an Increase of 600 boxes In an effort to overcome

on Lake Wire If thephysical 27,000 square feet of floor was I definite need. over the number in the old the slight problem service for '

proof of a growing space was put Into use. Overcoming such problemsas building businesses, created by movingthe R ,: .
the collapse of a freestanding v office out of the downtownarea ; 4 '
business that did than The the Other Gains Noted "" .
more move to new post wall In wind and : ;f
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$1 million In business In 1963, office was a move that was the delay In shipment of 3- Brantley, who became postmaster was one of the first post offices t "
and promises to do even more badly needed, as the facilities 000 new post office boxes the In 1962, noted that the in the country to Implement $ ,, :' t \
'I on Tennessee Avenue had not new building was not the only ''< t. "'
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been altered since 1929 when October by the Texas Mid physical progress made by the system. f
Postal receipts for the Lakeland a bit of light redecoration andexpansion west Construction Co. U.S. Post Office in Lakelandin c t '
The new system offers same-
post office In 1963 totaled work done
was on Leased the past 10 years.The .
day service to business men
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yean ago a building to serve
the net receipts for the Installation Lakeland in 1918. Owned by Hill and Co., of postmaster noted that in the downtown area if mail Is r
were only $533,552.23. Memphis Tenn., the building since 1954, the Country Club placed in certain mail boxes +ety
Serving more than 90,000 Many Join Effort leased by the Federal Government Estates office was establishedand by a certain time each day. 'sk a.

persons, the staff of the Lake The new $500,000 building at a cost of $41,000per that postal service to Keeping up with the postal
land post office handled 22 was the realization of the year on. a 20-year lease residents of the large area surrounding system across the U.S., Lake-
million pieces of mail In 1963 dreams of Postmaster GeorgeP. agreement.The Lakeland was addedto land post office also implemented
of Lakeland owned
-each piece handled 11 to 18 Brantley Jr. and the effortsof city the already growing Job of the new ZIP Code sys-
times between Its sender and leading city businessmen, the piece of property on Lake the rural carriers. tem of mail delivery In Lakeland -
Wire between Missouri and
the recipient. who made an all out push to In addition to Its expanded offering quicker and
New York Avenues and soldIt
Indoor facilities, the new more accurate service the
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Payroll for
to the Hill Co. $112,000.
Washington, that Lakeland did office offers a parking area mall carrier.
Post office payrolls reflect The owner of the property and
indeed need new facilities. that proved to be ample except Postmaster Brantley said
l the growth of Lakeland's in- the building paying city and at Christmas rush time. "Lakeland postal facilities
stallatlon. In 1954, 73 employee Members of the Lakeland county real estate taxes.
The paved lot will hold 30 automobiles have made every effort to rya
.\/ of the Tennessee Avenue post Chamber of Commerce, the After serving Lakeland from and on-street park- keep up with the growth of
office brought an approximate city commission and the Its cramped Tennessee Avenue
Ing is also available. The the city of Lakeland and to
I yearly payroll of $300,000 Into'i Downtown Development Association quarters that boasted 9,000 move to Lake Wire took the give every service to the pa
Lakeland. In 1963, the expanded joined in the effort to square feet of floor space, the post office from the congestion trons. We are confident that
staff of 145 workers brought get the postal officials to postal workers began operat-
of the heart of downtown its growth will not stop with
an approximate yearly agree to build a new post of ing in the new building In a ,
Lakeland, allowing more persons the new building, but will continue
'i roll of $900,000 Into the city. fice.Working 27,000 square foot area filled to use the facilities growing with the cityof
The physical growth of the together the civic with new equipment to allow quicker. Lakeland."
post office reached its peak on and municipal groups compiled speedier handling of mail.
t Oct. 28, 1963, when the doors statistics and facts gathered Two complete banks of new
I to the new building on Lake by Brantley and the post office boxes are now available -

,t Wire were opened to the pub- Chamber of Commerce to to Lakeland and rest- LOUT E LAKELAND'S NEW POST OFFICE, .. modern end as .f iciest as ear In the SasH is

A I saes)., moiilroitotloii of tko city's progress I I. the part few ,...., ...d .n Indication *f the growth

Mill to omo.. Th. contraction .f Hi. MW poitafflca, overlooking Luke Wire, cllmMid e .Imf
Il Story Of Lakeland's Growth Told kotrlo ky Lakoland .loaders to M<... ii,. MW facility.

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told by the growth of the city than $1 million annually. This will be about $3 milllonl 1

'IY power facilities. money, of course, is used for And It should be pointed out .
These figures will tell the the operation of the municipal that all bond Issues for essential I
Lakeland utility story. In 1940 government. The cash dividend expansions are also
total sales of electric power excludes hundreds of paid out of utility earnings.In .
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and water were 688000. taxes on prop
1963, sales topped $7 million. electric power and water. erty, the utility systems costs ltd'Y
Reynolds, Smith & Hills, after furnished the various corporate the taxpayers nothing.DESCRIPTIVE lg i m r a
offices In addition to power ;
a detailed feasibility study,
predicted that sales in 1973 for all street lighting.The .
will be more than $19 million. engineering consultantsand
The cash dividend to the their forecasts are used NEW YORK AP-Sen Ken e
j by the leading New York investment neth B. Keating R-N.Y. says 1
houses as the basis an unidentified Queens housewife i V
for financing expansion programs wrote him: ,
HUTCHINSON Kan. (AP) predict that the cash "I never knew what a filibuster ; J
.i Ten-year-old Earl Burrls' Christ- was until I read a newspaper
mil present flew away. UNUSUAL GROUNDS article referring to It as a
The boy's father gave him a a 'talkathon.' Why don't you
racing pigeon for Christmas. He BELPRE Kan. (AP) Mrs. politicians coin more words like:
bought it from a pigeon raiser Kenneth Henning figured she this so one can understand more
In Curio, Tex. had grounds for trouble when of what's going on?"
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Christmas Eve, his feathered arty tasted bad. I on his weekly radio-televl-
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The pigeon raiser at Curio returned -the party still contained an electric like to offer a suggestion of OF THI PAT Is this toctloit .! Ukclona's oM ottoff!coOMUO'OMO'
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been constructed within LakeLand and a new junior high school school In Southeast Lakeland set to open In 1965, the ad. area schools increased '
in the past 10 years, giving have been added to the system and a, new Junior high ditlons to the high school are In the 10 year span from 1954 t'f( ,
t an Indication of the growthof In a construction program school In the Crystal Lake to be completed In 1965 and to 1964 from 312 to 513. I
the city's population and beginning la 1955, area. Extensive additions art the additions to the junior Adams said that several
Polk County increasing emphasis More PlannedIn also planned for Lakeland high school will be completed significant factors could be
I :. on a better school addition to the plants re- Senior High and Southwest this year. noted for the past 10 years ,
system cently built, the school budget Junior High Schools; Lime Street Elementary was Better Teachers Found .ya
completed In 1955. Southwest, According to Adams, the
i Elementary In 1958, Crystal Polk County. and Lakeland
> .' Lake and Lincoln and North school system has been demanding -
>'i I, 't'f >. :' La k eta D d Elementarle in that their teachers
." F 1960, and Southwest Junior be better trained All teachers
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,$, > \, In the last 10 years, additions bachelors degree and an
11 ". .'.' were made to the fol increasing number have postgraduate
schools: Lakeland Sen degrees All principals -
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\ I High Cleveland Court (cafeteria master degree.
), Combe Elementary, Adams also noted that more
'" (classrooms), Lime Street people have been added to
Elementary, (classrooms l ), the system In special services
Medulla, (classrooms), Rochelle areas He cited guidance
(classrooms) and Lin- directors, counselors librarians .
coil Avenue (classrooms) assistant principals, and
School DestroyedIn teachers of remedial skills as, i
an effort to keep the examples of the special skills.
.j CCp ?< schools updated the school According to the area principal rSOUTHWEST t
I p board voted to abandon the more Is demanded of i +
I Lake Morton Elementary the teachers In the Instructional ...
\ school at the end of the 1961- area He cited the
c 62 school year The building necessity of more inservicetraining. ..
was destroyed by fire In Feb- ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
ruary of 1962. Adams Mid that,..future developments *
Albert Adams, Lakelandarea in 'the area of
principal, gave as a reason teaching will see an Increasing
I for the number of new necessity for well qualifiedand science and mathematics, and rometer. Adams said that ,'services will amount to $10],-
buildings the near doubling trained teachers ,Adams he said that the nation demands salaries to Instructional per'sonnet 000, and cost of instructional
of Lakelands school enroll noted ,that this will require In the atomic era have will amount to S2.400- materials and supplies will
..;. ment in the past 10 years better salaries to attract the brought on\thls change 000 and salaries to non.Instructional amount to $122000 He said
: The total enrollment figuresfor best of the college graduate? He added that more emphasis personnel will be SSOS,- that cafeteria expenses for the
1 ..... rr ..Jl.. .,.. the 1954-55 school year to teaching has been placed on in- 000 for a total Lakeland payroll Lakeland schools would reach
"tJ'f \IIf try A": ,", was 7,977, compared with this Subjects, StressedThe dividual abilities resulting In of $2,905,000.Other an estimated S450000
: ,''j ,' .:. year'i total of 12,280 It was supervising principal,. guidance type activities. He school expenditures Adams said that the growth
I 4* : noted that the elementary en- cited several curricula* developments added that the future will lor the 1963-64 school year of the school population would
rollment of this year at 7- that have taken probably sea more of these were estimated by Adams He demand a new senior high
i ": 101, came close to matchingthe place In the Lakeland schoolsin 'changes in the field of the said that fuel and utilities school and a new junior high
total enrollment figure for the past 10 yean school curriculum would amount to $83.000 this school In the next 10 years,
the 1954 35 school year Using the school payroll In year in Lakeland. Operational In addition to three additional
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I Then you know the pleasure of old- I city of the 19601.Figur.tively issued bond of more than $9
I It Is a munIcipality million a staggering sum
fashioned personal attention. Such courtesyis ; // you'reooking'or.line almost bursting at the In those times, for civic 1m-

seams with the physical signs provements.That .
a tradition at VICK'S-a tradition we furniture and
carpeting of
progress everywhere was the decision, foolhardy -
will always keep. See 'us for PHILCO TV You do There are two national mul- at the time but wise In
can no better 'million dollar department perspective, that laid the
i I i and appliances RCA VICTOR TV, stores now under construction foundation for the City of
thanCOOK'S. I There is a S500000 Lakeland today.
STEREO and RADIOS. X championship golf course, a Miles and miles of streets
I ? 2 half million dollar luxury.type were paved; the million dollar -
motel There another ultra- civic center was constructed -
II 1 plush motor lodge In the plan- So, too, was the city
OLD l FASHIONED i I I l ning stage The steel I II rising hall and auditorium, the po
fast on the new Searstown lice-fire stations, old Morrell
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3 3I be let this summer on a Library, and many other Improvements -
$2 million hospital expansion .
There are new banks, new World War II called the
J I Ir DfJJJ&; CJJ.UJth.j.BEAUTIFULLY( ), churches, new homes, a $9,' turn on construction and progress
MODERN million utility'expansion program for a considerable partof
I a JSOOOOO sanitary sewer the 1940s Building materials -
FACILITIES improvement program were scarce So, too, was
r 3m. 38 'l aAJ Now manpower. It was only toward
t" Aroused '.
the end of the decade
This I Is the Lakeland of the that Lakeland was able to
sixties aroused and thoroughly flex: its expansion muscle.
We ore constantly looking for new and bet a aroused from Its slum.
# bers of the Building Zooms
/frEI1. yesteryear
ter ways to serve you Quality products ; Lakelands new spirit of There' been a lot of muscle

modern : During these years It has growth and progress Is reflected Hexing, building'wise, In
equipment expert service men t + mn in the 'value of build- the put decade In the Cityof
} ? r, e;w j 1I been our policy to bring Ing permit Issued in 1963. An Lakeland, building permitsIn
is. ltM +lp 4 ill.time record was regislered the put five years have
? you the newest In home with permits totaling totaled more than 42 million
more than Jll.S million la dollar. In the decade
Your Qualify Dealer For _5-u'' i" furnishings yet maintain the past ,
12 month period. the total is more than S3 mil
PHILCO AND RCA VICTOR' .. { ,. the good old-fashioned The previous high in build- lion dollars
fllI t "A leg permits was registered In The following table show
h'k + friendliness and 1997 when the total value wu the growth, in terms of build.
# K recorded at $11,202,000 ing permits, between JIM and
.1'' i fytr+duisialn-A; service Like so many cities in Florida 1963 Inclusive

WCIN Lakeland and, In the other states, 1M41SS3 ........ SI.14500*
4U % We hope you'll stop In and see us was through dormant necessity, ,....... 8 7.811.001IN
virtually a
% the city ........ $ '.475.000
soon you're always more than during of 'the long 1930s. depression 1X1iss ........ $1170200*
Tears 1158 ,.......
welcome.. ** SI4C40MSS
{ a The depression decade, and ,....... .2(7.000S
.IIIICI'V 5-5I[ o VIIIC [ c evidence the economic almost impact throughout was In ista1MI ........ 7,880.001

the 10-year period, was in ........ $7123,009
ISO ......... 7,811.001
\\ 1141 Wry R..J 9w.w.tN.w MU 8-5917 A.1sA.le Hwy.) F CDDJL 3-WituluJOL o. sharp of contrast the 1920s with the Lakeland IllS ,,.....,, SUHS.1ISla

Hap Debt Incurred the previous decade, 1944
S ISTAILISHIO IN 192. through 1953, permit totaled

f ft E A / C E 210 S. FLORIDA AVI. FREE PARKING NEXT DOOR FOI OUR CUSTOMERS' I fun In and that foolishness glorious, period Lakelandwu of the;M4.023 permits.000. Issued The majority In this period of.

DOWNTOWN LAKELAND only a small town of a were for the late years
little more than 7,000 population ,
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,. and highways are a major contributor to its progress. Just as a A z, a
one good asphalt highway leads to another so do years of past
progress leod*to*years'of continued growth and development
f We are proud to hove had a part In the progress of Polk County, J
and we look forward to a bright future in which Imperial Polk '" ;'" {'' "*R +r

County makes"even greater strides In the development. of Its.
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I Ready Able To Combat All Blazes },"'+l h"of" J1">1fI ,

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As a city such at Lakeland that a manjiad to be trainedIn a relatively simple job. '
grows, so does it* need for all\ aspects of fire-fighting fire.fighter was primarily concerned electrical situations, ,
more and better trained fIre- so that he could pas on to with putting out the Each member of the Lake fire department communication ,.1 '''''''',,1i WIll
fighters.No others the skill which he had land Fire Department goes *, and additional essential \
fire And the fires not
were ,
matter what city a per. learned. through a rigorous training ,.., .
son might mention, one would Capt. K E. Peterson waf so complex, as be was confronted program in which the different Officer Trslned
always find that the firs department selected to be educated a* a mostly with blazes In method of firefighting t i 4
takes pride In its training officer with the primary ordinary combustible materials. are brought Into play Company officership level: sl + i Q
training and fire fighting responsibility of plan. His greatest hazard was According to rank, firemenare leadership fire fighting tactics k
equipment ning, organizing and supervising from the corner drug store trained II: company operation, com

Lakeland Is no exception to programs of trainingfor where mixed chemicals could Company assignment level manding a company, training' 'rp""' A ,
the rule. all\ personnel.He produce toxic: gases, being a fire-fighter, know a company supervising a company p w ati q1I'
But in today's world of which and keeping records and :t'-il f q .V ,
And because of the concentrated shoulders a large responsibility Ing the tools with a n at Td
effort on fire-fighting Peterson is con gases and chemicals, firemen fireman works, using first-aid making reports. 'd ,

i techniques and procedures, cerned with basic training, must be trained In more extinguishers, using a booster Chief officer .level: + w4
,1\\t Lakeland's training Is listed officer' schools, special I things than just how to put line, using hose, laying hose, fire department officerahip, ,
among the best in the country courses, physical training, out a fire. using ropes, making forcible fire protection operation, firefighting !rx
field exercise and the prep- They must be primarily Interested entry working with ladders, procedures, preplanning
aration of manuals of Instruc in first preventingthe working with salvage covers fire attack, fire service
Training Needed tion. fire, the characteristics of and overhauling, primary first administration, fir department h rOUT
What makes a good fire- fire, the hazards encountered, aid, wearing a gas mask, personnel management,
fighter? Perhaps the most important Job Once SimpleHe the control and extinguish keeping watch behavior at a and budgeting a fin department a
aspect of a good fire must constantly developand ment with the least amount of fire, and responding 4o an .
fighter Is his training But In modify fire-fighting techniques damage or expense. alarm A fireman may also specialize -
modern times, the training ofa in Lakeland, to fit In Any combustibles of past First Class firemanship lev In other training, that
fire-fighter becomes a tech. with a modern and advancing! years have given way to manyothers el-forcible and minor .
electrical, liquids entry would include: Of THI SMOKE torn e pit .. kwmhif. sit esae tw* .. .IM. fireless, smcllcinf.riiWf
nical and complex Job. world. In the was ,,metals such ,as plastics, chemtt extinguishing practices, ladder Fire prevention practices, *f ra,'.l wills welt ffra*. TN ranfnf! MnAictoe et the ...,.*...i* UeVIck tninbf *...,
: Ten years ago it was noted Fire-fighting past practices, hose practices sal operation driving ..... .
: ,f pump practices has helped seek.. tht dereeelseae ass .f she snaa'a 11I1It.Hi. fiN ...
and overhaul practices, aerial ladder ,
I vage oper.tion.fire .
I fire stream practices, fir apparatus alarm operation and main-
t practices rescue practices tenance, fire apparatus and

I Inc. first aid practices and equipment maintenance (pedal
Owenby Auto Parts inspection practices. rescue operations Instructor -
: He must also know: arson training and maintaining Other information which 1* don of the fireman' ability to Therefore we are grateful
detection and fitness. firemen cope with various fire. for this much-needed area
inspecting car- physical I desirable of the would
On that day firemen jumped which reached its usable status
Member Florida Automotive Wholesalers Associationand include: from a 30.foot tower, rushed of completion In 1963."

Needed through a flaming field of oil.
Other Knowledge
Rebuilders Hours
Automotive Maqr SpentTo
Engine and overturned a boat la Lake

Water supply, fire service Parker to demonstrate modern show what and how much

614 WEST LEMON STREET LAKELAND, FLORIDA I 1 as hydraulic, principle of electricity fire fighting and Tescue the fire department did In the
II G of technique to 200 thrilled spec
principles science,
I 3 lB tators. way of training, the followingis
mathematics applied to the
a list of training activity
c Parts For All Cars and Trucks : fire service, public relations I Site Described subject followed by hour

I II I fire ordinance and laws, Fir Chief C. M. Deal. In spent in classroom and hours
chemistry of fire, science of
i fire extinguishment, industrial his annual report to City In drlllfteld practice last year.

'" gases, and fire hazard Manager Robert V. Youkey, Training activities:

'.. control. laid that the sits "Consists of Forcible entry 74-180; lad.

ENGINE ,, ,Others would Include: Building five acre under security der practices. 457-224; hose

I p. construction and occupancy ,fence with equipment shed, evolution, 175-(80; aerial
private fire protection '
ruse u/s.otns classroom training tower, ladder, 26-264; breathing apparatus
devices, conditioning systems
human anatomy physiology paved hose area a 1,500-gaI- 311-124; salvage and

REBUILDING I and behavior, boxes lon oil storage tank with bum overhaul, 104 16; fire 1

i ia iI ii I route, hydrants' streets and area, a water main and two streams, 317-92; and fire ap-:

< i risks principle of pump operation hydrants. The field Is lightedfor pirates 196-768.
and utilization of other
First aid 68-50
'mot af available services night use. The firefightershave rescue ;
rule and regulations, 1,069 in
been Instrumental in the
': t All Of Our But for many years Lake classroom; streets and mains,
v Exchange Engines land had no place to train development and constructionof
459 in classroom fire
; pumps
their firemen. this area, providing over
75-164: sky genie, 42 in drill;
Then in 1962, with then Mayer
'y 2,500 man-hours of skilled and and officer's 84 in
Are Rebuilt And Guaranteed Us training
By FtF f Morris Prltchard voting to unskilled labor. classroom.
break a 3-3 tie, the city commission ''
appropriated $18,000 "When an employe Is recruited Special courses Included fir*
Into the fire service department a d m i n I II trative
for the construction of a fire
he reports with little or no course; Florida State fire college
department training area at
\ Lodwick Airport.Work knowledge of the duties to be state fire prevention con,
PICKUP AND DELIVERY E ; ?3at required of him, and he must ference demolition course at
ProgressesThe be taught how to protect him Daytona Beach chief and In..tructor'

\ '.tilr ,,,*' v. self as well as the citizenry conference Ocala;
1 ; ,* ) II. training! field had been
.SERVICE \ the people with whom he arson seminar Jacksonville;
recommended the National
< by
works, the tools and their uses and radiological monitoring.
\ Board of Underwriter since of the trade end dtn to til* Sixty-two men attended the
I. H UU satire of tli. Job, tu must special courses and pent 1,040
At that time It was estimated
hive a working knowledge! of hours attending. ,
Complete Automotive Machine
ShopL the station would require all and
occupations As the years progress, trainIng -
about five acres of land. The In the area.
fire-lighters will become
I land was valued at about $3- "Therefore, as long as he more demanding, but with the j
Y: 000 per acre. remains in the service, due Installation of the new training

err THI L........ ..........' Work progressed quickly on to change of habits and developments area and the qualified instructors -
TOP .fice j Vim w., .'.'.( the training grounds and on
I L PHONE 682-5146 I. ._,, II...,.. tll.- .. to be efficient he at the fire depart.
I .. e a tm r4 t held h follow flrtnon.Tr May 23, 1963, the public was must devote 73 per cent or ment, Lakeland will be ableto
.infR| tuck .. lull glnt Him. Mfc the iklll mot th. tnfldtnc. Invited to watch a demonstra more of his time to training. keep pace with progress.MRFICT .
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,Kiowa County Judge Harry Pax.i .
i ton received In the mall an ill
: PICTUDIO I TO IIIW. payment for a speeding fine I II ,

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I : -. .+ta........:. D. J. CANADY. JR.Mr note"I: am glad to plead guilty.
Your roads are so straight, level
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I CITRUS IRQ', H. W. OLDHAMtie. couldn't help speeding.
');, ruNi.nk ....IICTO.I. "Where I live the roads are
I'winding and so crooked that It
_1- just Isn't safe to drive more than
; r. 60 mile an hour."
1 FRUIT ._ ey Y '' wf' HARRY OLOHAM. Ill

GEORGE EDWARDS I Alex Alpers took no chance he-

I G) 3...., EDWARD ,fore leaving for a tour of Israel.
PEOPLES I Each day for two week be

CHAPEL a fore the trip, she watched critically -
LADY ATTENDANTS 24 HR. AMBULANCE SVc. I I from the next room while

her husband and two young

PACKING COMPANY H. W. I daughters went through the
OLDHAM Funeral Home I routine of preparing breakfast
tidying the
841 [. Rose, Lakeland, Florida Phone MUtual 2-4146 414 W. 6th St. Lakeland, Florida MU 3.2419 I j "I wanted up to make apartment.sure they

would know what to do while I
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very latest techniques and services in Dry Cleaning and Laundering to the ". .

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Odor Proofing .:;: ,60 ;. "Heirloom" Wedding Gown Service \

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.' ; Wellman-Lord Skyrockets To Worldwide Operations. I

Korea, Belgium, India, city affairs. Wellman Lord !
1 A $35 a week Job put James Wellman Lord Engineering sets It handled last year li Wellman was a Marine. He people fill positions of
France, Sweden even a responsibility
M. Wellman into a multimillion Inc., one of Lakeland major estimated at $35 million. was a patrol specialist In project In Ecuador In church development .
dollar Tale Starts In Jungle jungle warfare. Wounded in gold-mining
business business
engineering enterprises.
in in United Fund direction
W-L is participating
Is The best to tell the action, he was returned to the
serving Interests from Although the firm only way defense of the and fund campaigns, in
Florida to Israel and from 10 years old, it presently has Wellman-Lord story Is to start States to recuperate. In the the program providing school activities, In cultural
United States by
Korea to Eucador. about 500 employes and an at the beginning That be- hospital Wellman met one of at affairs designed to
I It was the Job plus a meet- annual payroll of more than ginning possibly had Its originin the gridiron stars of the Detroit essential support facilities betterment of the promotethe Greater
Ing with William W. Lord that $3.7 million. the jungles of the South Lions of the National Cape Kennedy. Lakeland area.
( I resulted In the organization of The Installed value of pro) Pacific in World War II Football League. More Clients Included
, I'' That chance meeting almost Example Set
Numbered Its clients
I ilia. x among
chanced the ex-Marine's career
1 are such names as International The founders of the firm
for he wound up work
Minerals & Chemical have set the example for all
ing out with the Lions. Fortunately
of their employs. As
Corp., American Agricultural con
for Lakeland. Wellman
A Sign of"DEPENDABILITY" future Chemical Co., W. R. Grace tributions to the City of Lake
decided against seeking a
Corp., Anaconda Copper land, Wellman'Lord did the
in the ranks of professional -
, football, and he woundup American Cyanamid Co., Gen- design and engineering for the
Foods Electric new Salvation headquarters .
eral Tampa Army
as a member of the security
force at Oak Ridge, Co., Hanna Coal Co., Kraft In the city, and for
Foods, Kaiser Aluminum tt the new Boys Club of Lakeland
ItI Tenn Chemical, Texas Gulf Sulphur among their other civic
The climate was not conducive -
to the health of one of Co., General Portland Cement, endeavors.
the members of Wellman'f. Armour Agricultural Chemical Wellman Is a member of
family, and the doctor recommended Co., Esso Standard Oil, Swift the Florida Council of 100,
a move to Florida. & Co., Freeport Sulphur, Hum the past chairman of the Nat
ble Oil Co., Virginia-Carolina ural Resources and Waterways -
Sales Post Taken Chemical the complete list Committee, and the

: Soon thereafter, the president o }'. look like a "blue chip" stock- present chairman of the New
Ginn'sJunior of the engineering firm, portfolio. Iddustries Committee. He Is
his wife and two children became Wellman-Lord did the engineering a member of the Florida
Lakeland residents on the City of Lake World's Fair Authority, and a
Fashions Wellman enrolled at Florida land's *4.S million utility expansion former member of the Florida
,, Southern College under the GI program completed In Nuclear Commission .
---- Bill. He took on the full-time 1963. The company presentlyis The business executive Is a
Job| at a salesman with a engineering the planned $2 former president of the Boy

IN LAKELAND: 231 S. Kentucky Ave. building materials companythe million wing for the Lakeland Club of Lakeland, and a pest
Job that ultimately was to General Hospital. Its consult treasurer at the state level
if lead him Into a business association ing engineering construction of that organization He Is' a
IN WINTER HAVEN: 56 Third Street NW
with Lord. v services used
are by the director of the Salvation
Wellman became a business I Florida State Road Depart Army, a member of the choir
enterpreneur when the building -' ment, the Florida Turnpike and a past deacon at the
materials company let him Authority, and the universities First Presbyterian Church.
take over an unfinished of the State of Florida. He was named In 1957 by the
J I ? t FjI house on a speculative basis. While Wellman Lord has Junior Chamber of Com
1t He completed the home, doing achieved an enviable reputa- merce as Lakeland's Man of
p some of the labor himself tion in its broad diversification the Year.
1 xa and sold It at a modest of
J engineering services,
When It comes to fins profit. JAMES M. WELLMAN the company has also con Lord Holds Pests

Soon thereafter, he met tributed significantly to the Wellman Is a past presidentof
Lord, the vice president of growth and modernization of the Polk County Builders
the engineering firm. After lips at Jonlla and Lake Hoi- cepts In chemical mining, the vast phosphate Industry in Association and a former national
graduation from Harvard University lingsworth Road. electrical, civil, mechanical Polk and East Hillsborough director of the National
most Lord was In the leather The partners soon saw the and architectural fields. counties Association of Home Builders.
business in New England.He need of a progressive and In these years, Jim Wellmanand He served as a director of the
came to Lakeland and dynamic engineeringconstruction Bill Lord had carefullybuilt Polk Industry Aided Lakeland Little Theater, and
took over the operation of a firm in the Greater an organization of engineers Among its major projectsIn Is a past commodore of .the
Ginn's local tannery. Lakeland area, particularly to top administratorsand this area are the 300,000 Lakeland Yacht Club.
Lord had the necessary specialize in serving the vast other key personnel, and tonper-year sulphuric acid Lord is a past chairman of
capital and a substantial business phosphate chemical field. by 1960 the firm was ready to plant for Acid Inc.; the 300- the board of trustees of the
Junior FashionsFor background. Wellmanhad That marked the actual beginning offer its' services as "turn 000 ton-per-year phosphoricacid Lakeland General Hospital
his degree from Florida of Wellman-Lord Engineering key" specialists plant for International He is a trustee of the F & W
Southern, a limited experience the end of its residential In that year, the value of Minerals tc Chemical Corp.; Lord Foundation, of the Association
14 years we have r but the drive of a construction days, and Installed projects soared The the 220 tonper-day super for Research and Enlightenment
young man going. places in a the beginning of the corpora total was about 112 million. phosphoric acid plant for and of the Hebron
served the needs of our ., t'"'"'' hurry. tion's activity In industrial, Two years later, the figure IMCC; the 100,000 ton.per.year Academy. He Is a former
( """t Other Need SeenIt public and chemical plant skyrocketed to more than $25 diammonium phosphate plant treasurer of the academy. He
younger generation. We proved to be an ideal engineering and construction. million. The 1964 projectionis for Virginia Carolina Chemical is an active member of the
... r '' r combination and Wellman- During the first few years, more than $35 million, and Corp. Wellman-Lord presently Lakeland Kiwanis Club, and
love Polk County and are ,, !' Lord launched a successful Wellman-Lord Engineering experienced Wellman and Lord have set Is working on a major of All Saints i Episcopal
residential construction partnership a steady but non- the future sights at $50 million phosphoric acid plant for Armour Church. '
happy to have played apart 'rA Before the adventof spectacular growth. By 1959, and upwards.It's Agricultural ChemicalCo. Weliman Lord Engineeringhas
i Wellman.Lord Engineering, the value of installed construction almost an unbelievable recorded a spectacular
In Its remarkable they built some of Lakeland's by the firm was less than story, but In a decade ,this In the decade, Jim Well record of progress in its first
\\Q \'.:. ty'' finest homes. Their last homebuilding $5 million. Lakeland corporation 'has man and Bill Lord have not decade of corporate being.
progress. Job, Incidentally, was Engineers collected achieved a world-wide reputation only built an engineering firm The second decade will be the
the beautiful and spacious But the foundation has been as consultants, engineers with an international reputa- second chapter in a success
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chairman of the SUM Road for an engineering firm with The company has don or sonnel takes an active role In fiction than fact, but it willIS
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[ ) LEDGER Decide For Decblon. Saturday Morning. March 21, 'III

I -New Station Fills Need For Men In GreenBy persons tines. showed went through that about the 2,000 station Association for Since the the ceremonies.open also were house present, police

Officials from 60 municipalities have settled down Into their
were Invited to the routine business and thousands
TOM HUGHES be received on July 17, 1962 open hours and dedication, in of persons have been shown
Ledger Staff Writer for construction of the build addition to Polk County commissioners through the building.The .

Progress In Lakeland's ing.All and other county building, one of the
growth can not only be measured contractors who submitted officials. most modern and progressive

by the number of person bids originally on the Members of the Lakeland In Florida, is In keeping with
Irving In it but also by project were notified of the Chamber of Commerce and Lakeland's and Polk County's
its new and modern Invitation to rebld.
buildings the Downtown Development growth.
being erected in its different Then on July 17, bids were
sections. opened and Hodes & dimming

Lakeland's Police Depart. of Orlando was the apparentlow \
ment's new Lake bidder with a base bid of '
(536,800 --L
Wire Drive .Is no exception to POLK COUNTY
the rule. Contract Awarded

As Lakeland grows, so The base bid was U,1M TESTING SERVICESFOR
grows its police department. less than the base bid submitted -
Part of that growth was by the A. D. Arnold i THI CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
seen In 1927 when the department Construction Co. "" ,'M< ."
moved Its headquarters Two days later the city commission ,
from the corner of Main announced that Hodes Foundation I' #' ,:' '
Street and South Florida Avenue *: Gumming had been awardedthe 4 v \

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and Cedar StreetAs the i 'r '
building during a special 3
the years passed the department meeting. \ I .
grew. As It did, the Under the bid specifications, Soil "
department which was housed Hodes si: dimming was to Mechanics
with the Lakeland Fire De begin construction work on the 1
partment found Itself running police building project within
out of space fn which to 10 days of the contract sign- I
Ing. The building was to be ONI Of THI FINEST police soothes I* florid li Led*. -tract..., cms4td kit tear, ,r.vld. the spa aid hcllltltsRtWid : Concrete, Mortar,

workSpace Becomes Factor completed within 360 calendar bud's MW (.lc! station, .* Uk WI... T'. ..If.lIIlo'oll.r ky the etpertmtnt In serving the city's se.dsd Grout, Block >

'tSpace became the big factor days and landscaping within

and the police depart 420 calendar days.Construction Brooker gave a short tic when the building was could see themselves on tele- washed from top to bottom
ment didn't have enough of of the $536,800 speech, welcoming the crowdto constructed. vision. and vacuum cleaners were Soil
It. Cramped quarters made police building started on June the station, and said "we Throughout the day Lake- Patrolmen, officers and secretaries
.. it almost impossible for the 25, 1962. with the promise' by thank you the taxpayer for landers flocked through the dressed for the first used to clean off the front of Cement

different divisions to have pri Fred P. Hodes. president of the wonderful building. It's front doors of the new build. time In their long sleeved the building.

vacy. the firm that "We expect to your building, and we w 0 r khero" leg and were guided throughthe shirts and ties last year, acted Prison trusties worked
Detectives couldn't: conduct complete the building before top floor,. main floor and as guides. through the day before the Asphalt
investigations and questioning the 360 days stipulated"'MDay' Clb.on gave the keynote address basement, shown the courtroom So proud of their new building big event scrubbing the buildIng I 1.ln. <0' le Luke Parker
sessions as they should. Dun AwaitedAt and during his speech, and given brochures as were the police personnelthat down and brushing sidewalks
ing court the records section that time the contracting reviewed the growth of Lake they left. many of them spent their parking spaces and CONSULTING SUPERVISION CONTROL

was crowded with attorneys, firm was working on its construction land. A surprise awaited the visitors off duty time guiding the washing windows.It .
the Judge, records clerks, policemen schedule and experts Plaque Unveiled as they stepped into the tours. got so crowded at the SKILLTAIN JffSSk
detectives and suspects. said that it would be com- A short ceremony followedin lobby. A closed circuit television -' Budding Cleaned station that tours had to be
pleted within a few days. which Gibson and Chief camera was aimed over Hours of work by police halted and long lines of persona TESTING LABORATORIES, INC.
The squad room was used Then the work began and Brooker unveiled the plaque the Information desk Into the and prisoners went Into the lingered In the air-
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by officers to write reports, police soon wondered when which contains the names of lobby and persons passing preparation for the open conditioned hallways to view
change uniforms, grab a bite "M Day" was coming. the city commissioners In of within range of the_camera. house. The building was hand- the rooms. Brooker' tabula I
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do whatever else was necessary. department moved Into the --

It wu also used for a police station from its cramped
police women's briefing room. quarters o n MassachusettsAvenue
Then, in 19<1. city: commissioners and Cedar Street.
decided to do something As construction work continued
about the situation and police became more
give the department the room and more eager to move Into
they needed. their new home.

The answer? Build a new They suffered slight setback
police station.On on April 18. 1963, when

July 18, 1961, it was announced a "misunderstanding" between
that the city commission Hodes and Cumming and a
bad officially approved union led to picket signs being -
a Lake Win site as raised around the new

the location for the city's new station
Gordon Shoaf, superintendentof
S400.000 police station.
Site Selected construction with the Orlando -
Commissioners approvedthe firm, said the misunderstanding

east 300 feet of the block came when the union
apparently felt that the Orlando -
between New York and Dakota
firm should hire
the site for
avenues ss
local laborers.
the new three-floor building.
Shoal explained that "at
this I
Work started and ThomasV
became the architect stage of construction we only .
use three laborers to work
for the new building.On .
the building. The three AROUND
Nov. 3, 1961. he an- men
who are here are all from kk
nounced that the
departmentwas Orlando and have been working .
expected to be able to
with us for some time.
move into a new station by They know bow tits company
the first part of 1983. functions,whereas a local: man
At that time Chief Leo H. would have to take time to \
Brooker said that the new learn what these men already WITH INSURANCEBring
building "is something we know.

have needed for years to Sitoaile Relieved"I
cope with the growth of the
in talked with representatives
city and the necessary
of the local union and
in personnel1He
crease was "pleased with the everything" was straightened g

way the plans are shaping tip out.Picket
signs came down
building and the looks.way"the He proposed was to about one hour after they Your Insurance Problemsand

pleased in 1S8I went up. There was no delay

when become he more moved into the new la .work Shoaf on said.Littlobyllttle the. police building Needs To A Progressive

Niildlng.A little more than a month the building
.W.Dec.} 12, 1963, the City began to take shape and it
[ef Lakeland broke ground for not was far evident off. that "M" day was Insurance Agency That Is

J he Mayor police R.building.H. Gibson turned But have what in did store this for new the building department / Designed To Serve You And

fever a shovel of earth thatUnonung ? \
in brief ceremony
I-which was to set the stage for When the police made their Cater
of move it would mean more To Your Needs.
I the start of construction
than Just a new home for ( )
he new municipal facility
them. It would also mean the
arty In 1962.
Grant Approved Inauguration of what almost
arrangedfter amounted to a new way of life
The was
Civil Defense authorities for the members of the department

at the national headquarters
For one thing, they would
in Battle Creek.
Informed the city that a fed- have parking spaces -enoughfor
feral grant of 81721.50 had the entire shift which is HERNDON AGENCY
working and the visiting pub-
(been approved for the project ]- lic.

That would be a big Improvement
Federal funds were allocated
ever what they
to the city because a
had. Most of the men had to '
disaster center in line with
CD recommendations was located park on the streets In metered Has Served Polk County'sInsurance
places. U the meters ran out.
I In the basement of the
the policemen bad to pay the
police building.
Participating the groundbreaking fines. Needs Since 1952
that morning were Parking space wasnt the
City Manager Robert V. You* major advantage of the new

key City Planner George A. building however.

Sanford, Brooker. B. F. Jar Major Gala Inside

yell director of public relations The major gain would be

and Talley. inside space space to louse

How would the building be the department's various divisions 309 S. TENN. AVE.PHONE
financed? That question was and space to open new .
answered on May 2. 1962, facBUks which the old buildIng .
when Comptroller L. R. Shu- couldnt provide.The .

man said the new police ,new station, with Its 682-4141
building was to be financedout :n. OO square feet of apace
of surplus municipal would be more than five times .f
funds. bigger than the old station.,
The comptroller said that "More apace In the new BOB HERNDON BILL FIKE HAROLD SALE FRANK FARIDAY

no new taxes or tax extensions bonding" Breeder said, "will "r,
were to be necessary to add to the efficiency of our t
pay for the building.\ operation."
Then came a series of up One of the added features of
and down- again bearings for the new station was the In- Ci'd

potential bidden.RecommendedOn door pistol range, where mm INSURANCE ;. BONDS
Builder would fire and scores wouldbe
June 29. 1962. Talley ;:
kept as each man chartedhis .\
recommended that the contract -
construction of the progress.
Other facilities of the new :
new building be awarded the
building not available to
police :
A. D. Arnold Construction Co., f :
Included: an arms vault ;
of Orlando.
personal property loom bookIng .
Arnold was the apparent low : ;
bidder for the building with abase room search room a .

bid of 1548,_ separate room In which traffic ,
Came July 2. U6J. and an fines night be paid. and a
larger traffic division office. .: ;- AGENCY
bids for construction of the ,
building were rejected by the Then came the big day ". "
city commission. August '27, 1IS3u_ the
The move to award the contract Lakeland police force moved
to A. D. Arnold Construction Into Its new building.. '

eo.. was defeated by a About a month later Sept.
4-2 motion. 28, 1963. hundreds of Lake! M
Commissioner Gibson moved landers, dignitaries out-cf- REPRESENTING AMERICAN FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANYI.AJEIAM RICA

that the city readvertlae forbids town guests and other persons :
on the police building. viewed the new police
Anderson seconded the motion.It building during a daylongopen
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II( City Of Oaks Enters .New Era In Decade Of Progress I

BARTOW The Bartow placet emphatli on Odom noted designed to attract Industry Throughout the years, tin I activity. without city taxes a community! attitude that la housing development which resulted -
service, tnthuilum and cooperation Attitude Developed to this town which .Is known city's rates for water, power,, 4-"The acquisition of land College Has QuartersThe favorable to the encouragement In 700 new Bartow
"Re oanl'lnl this fact, we as the "City of Oaks" sewer service, etc, have been I and making It available toa Industrial center boasts of new Industrial activ homes by 1998 The housing
In mining now Industries jet about long ago to developand He explained those. four revised to keep them on I industry A far-sighted, land its own water system, sewage Ity," developments were known as
to become a vital maintain a community steps as follows level with the lowest offered I acquisition plan has enabledthe disposal plant, paved streets, For 1964, Mayor H. Cecil Azalea Park, Bellalre Heights,
part of the community and attitude favorable to Industry Adequate Utilities. anywhere In the area" city on more than one street lights, rail service, police Moore Is talking of a new Sunset Park, Bellalre Park,
Utui contribute to the community's for we believed then, as 1_"Low Uxes Because of J-"A comprehensive and occasion to provide Industrial and fire protection and civic center and recreationarea Rlchlanil Manor, Oakdale and
economic vitality. now, that a good Industrial the city's 'pay II you grow realistic long-range Ion In. sites at reasonable rates to a complete airport. a new fire station and Others
That I II the word of City atmosphere Is the strongest plan, Barlow's bonded In Industrial establishments that Odium and other city officials the beginning of a new City In 1957 Bob McElroy sold his
Manager C. R. Odom, who Inducement any communitycan debtednesf has been consistently plan. Bartow's toning plan otherwise may have gone are hoping that the location government complex Interest In the company and
long has supervised the affairs have In Its. quest for Industry low, thus permitting was designed to make adequate elsewhere," of Polk Junior Collegeon During the past decade Bar- became an independent build
of the county scat of and that desirable Industries mlllage rates to be held toan allowances for the And not least In the city's one section of the air base tow has enjoyed a greater er In Winter Haven. In 19GO.
Polk County are not looking for attractive low of eight needs of Industry, present and acquisitions was the Bartow will have a stimulating effect growth In Industry, population, Ted Meyer purchased Richard
"Bartow has been, from the special concession mills for the present fiscal future, and In addition number Air Base, which formerly was on the growth and progressof housing, commercial buildingand Craney's interest in the construction
time phosphate was discovered Odom classified the city's year" of revisions have been used as a training site for the Industrial center The civic expansion than during part of the business
In__Florida, destined_to.,. progress over the .past 10 -"Adequate, utilities. serv passed. In an effort to_.clear Air Fore pilots\ college will open next Sep- any similar period In thecity" and organized the Ted Meyer
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Ownership of the 1600. At Odom put It, ''la recent started with the completion the home construction business .
the Needsof acre installation on the city's years, an Increasing number of the State Road Department .
Meeting northeastern city limits reverted of Industrial establishment 's program to widen and Richard Craney retained the
I to the city Iri May, have sought to locate. as close resurface U.S. Highway 17 lumber and supply phase of
1961, and the decision to convert as possible to Institutions of from Winter Haven to Bartow the business, which he operates .
it Into an Industrial center higher learning In order that In 195253. today ss Imperial Lum
a Growing Florida was not long In coming they may have a nearby The beginning of Bartow her Company
i. The promotional campaignwas source of trained personnel housing development, during R. D. Relyea continued
begun and In July of the as well as the facilities for a these peak years, was plannedand building homes under the firm
same year, the first lease was continuing company training promoted by the Greater name of Relyea and Wheeler
...., executed with an Industrial program" Bartow Chamber under the Miller Manor, a housing area
a plastics manufacturer. This "No Greater Asset" committee leadership of Her- in the northern section of Bar
i d wr firm now has expanded Its Odom pointed out that It is man Allen. The area became tow, was developed by this
t e = operation to a point where it obvious "all of these inducements known as Commerce Park firm in 1956-58 with about 80
was necessary to double Its would be attractive to where 59 homes were built by homes e
leased floor space new Industries, but obviousare R. D. Relyea on a tract of George Agob built La Hacienda
Once the Ice was broken, the benefits to existing, land In the western part of an area of custom- .
the leases began to come In businesses as well, for Bar- Bartow The area was made built homes in the southern
And today, more than 200 tow knows that there is no available by the City of Bar- residential section of Bartow, _
i persons are employed by greater asset for attracting tow and was originally a cow In 1957 with about 30 homes
some 15 businesses operating industry than a thriving, expanding pasture which provided a tax Barris-Connary, in 1957-58,
i within the center.Negotiations community." revenue of about $19 per year butt about 75 homes for Negroes
art Underway For the future, Odom predicts prior to its development in In College Park Estates,
for additional leases to expand "more of the same, a 1953. and about 25 homes In the Ne-
this Industrial community sincere effort to assist and Craney Industries started gro section of west Bartow.
a r and the city of BartowIs encourage existing Industryby building Bartow homes In During this period about 20
+ { not short on selling points providing the best of services 1953. The company officials homes per year were built In
Still available are several at reasonable rates, a were Richard Craney and Joe Bartow on scattered lots by
tlniY fed)g '3 ,,4 1r sx C t/w C '* Fw h'F, buildings some completelyair continuing program of acquiring Hendricks Bob McElroy and Arthur Campbell and other
} : conditioned hundredsof land for the purposeof Ted Meyer joined the companyin housing contractors
j acres of land and all of making it available to In 1954 and '55, and Immedia (Turn To Page 4, Column 1)

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II City Of Oaks Enters New Era In Decade Of ProgressBARTOW I

The city of be in Industrial community," years Into four categories, all ices at reasonable rites. the way for greater Industrial the facilities of a city, but dustry and the furtherance of tely launched a program of
Bartow plates emphasis on Odom noted. designed to attract Industryto Throughout the years, the activity." without city taxes a community attitude that .Is housing development which resulted -
"service, nthuslaam and cooperation Attitude Developed this town, which la known city's rates for water, power, 4-"The acquisition of land College Has Quarters favorable to the encouragement in 700 new Bartow
In "Recognising! this fact, we as the "City of Oaks." sewer service, etc., have been and making It available to The industrial center boasts of new Industrial ictlv- homes by 1958. The housing
isolating new Industries set about long ago to developand He explained those. four revised to keep them on a industry A far-sighted land its own water system, sewage Ity." developments were known.
to become a vital maintain a community steps as follows! level with the lowest offered acquisition plan has enabledthe disposal plant, paved streets For 1964, Mayor H. Cecil Azalea Park, Bellaire Heights
part of the community and attitude favorable to Industry Adequate Utilities, anywhere In the area." city on more than one street lights, rail service police Moore is talking of a new Sunset Park, Bellaire Park,
thus contribute to the com.munlty'l for we believed then, as 1_"Low taxes Because of :3-"A comprehensive and occasion to provide Industrial and fire protection and civic center and recreation Rtchland Manor, Oakdale and
economic vitality. now, that I good Industrial the city's 'pay u you grow* sites at reasonable rates to a complete airport area a new tire station and others.
That I II the word of City atmosphere Is the strongest plan, Barlow's bonded Indebtedness realistic long-range coning industrial establishments that Odom and other city officials the beginning of a new City In 1937 Bob McElroy sold his
Manager C. R. Odom, who Inducement any community his been consistently plan. Barlow's toning plan otherwise may have gone are hoping that the location government complex. Interest In the company and
long has supervised the affairs can have In Its quest for In- low, thus permitting was designed to make adequate elsewhere" of Polk Junior Collegeon During the past decide, Bar- became an Independent builder
of the county seat of dustry and that desirable Industries mlllage rates to be held to allowances for the And not least In the clty'i one section of the air base tow has enjoyed a greater In Winter Haven. In I960.
Polk County. are not looking for an attractive low of eight needs of Industry present and acquisitions was the Bartow will have a stimulating effecton growth In Industry, population. Ted Meyer purchased RichardCraney's
"Bartow has been, from the special concession." mills for the present fiscal future, and In addition a number Air Base, which formerly was the growth and progressof housing, commercial buildingand Interest in the construction
I time phosphate was discovered Odom classified the city's year." of revision have been used as a training site for the Industrial center: The civiC expansion than during part of the business
in Florida, destined to progress_over the._past_ _10_ "Adequate!. t. _utilities serv. _passed_In an effort to clear Air Force pilots.I college will open next September any similar period In thecity's and organized and the EngineeringCo. Ted Meyer
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Base Converted at the base. Bartow's growth In the period which continues today in
Ownership of the 1.600- As Odom put It, "111 recent started with the completionof the home construction busi
acre Installation the city's: years, an increasing number the State Road Depart. ness.
Meeting the Needsof northeastern city: limits reverted of Industrial establishment ment's program to widen and Richard Craney retained the
to the city In May have sought to locate as close resurface U.S. Highway 17 lumber and supply phase of
1 1961 and the decision to con-: as possible to Institutions of from Winter Haven to BartowIn the business, which he opera
vert it Into an Industrial cen higher learning In order that 19 2-53. ales today as Imperial Lumber
a Growing Florida ter was not long In coming. they may have a nearby The beginning of Bartow's Company
The promotional campaign source of trained personnel housing development, during R. D. Relyea continued
was begun and In July of the II well as the facilities for a these peak years, was plannedand building homes under the firm
same year the first lease was continuing company training promoted by the Greater name of Relyea and Wheeler.
...... executed with an Industrial program." Bartow Chamber under the Miller Manor, a housing area
( .t"A plastics manufacturer. This "No Greater Asset" committee leadership of Her in the northern section of Bar-
% .: iI.! ," f\ firm now has expanded Its Odom pointed out that It is man Allen. The area became tow was developed by this
operation to a point where it obvious "all of these Inducements known as Commerce Park firm In 1956-58 with about 80
: >t ;, was necessary to double Its would be attractive to where 59 homes were built by homes. ,
< ':>', -1-- I..Yk leased floor space. new Industries, but obviousare R. D. Relyea on a tract of George Agob built La Ha.
':;, ,\ j<, ..." Once the Ice was broken, the benefits to existing, land In the western part of cienda, an area of custom- .
the leases began to come In. businesses as well, for Bar- Bartow. The area was made built homes In the southern
And today, more than 200 tow knows that there la no available by the City of Bar- residential section of Bartow, .
iHr persons are employed by greater asset for attracting tow and was originally a cow In 1957 with about 30 homes.
some' 15 businesses operating Industry than a thriving, expanding pasture which provided a tax Barrls-Connsry, in 1957.58,
within the center.Negotiations: community." revenue of about S19 per year buyt about 75 homes for Negroes -
are underwayfor For the future Odom predicts prior to its development In In College Park Estates,
additional lessee to expand < "more of the same, a and about 25 homes in the Negro
this Industrial Community i sincere effort to assist and 1953.Craney Industries started section of west Bartow.
and the city of Bartow encourage existing Industry building Bartow homes In During this period about 20
Is not short on selling points. 1 iy providing the best of services 1953. The company officialswere homes per year were built in
Still available are several at reasonable rates, a Richard Craney and Joe Bartow on scattered lots by
buildings some completelyair continuing: program of acquiring Hendricks. Bob McElroy and Arthur Campbell and other
conditioned hundreds land for the purposeif Ted Meyer Joined the companyIn housing contractors.
of acres of land and all of making It available to In- 1954 and '55, and Immedia I((Turn To Page 4, Column 1)

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I I Service, Enthusiasm Stressed N t r i'' 1 Y*'

I. In Bartow's Industrial Growth

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: ; Warren C. K Sullivan wo
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1960. Among other eommerdal
fad" f building, he built the
American Cyanamid Co,'I of
f rice building it firewater theBnrtow
Chamber of Commerce
Building, the Tamlaml Trail '
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Freight Line offices and warehouse feui
and the Hiltim-Cole
Seed Co.'t offirt' buiMIng atAUur.
Howell Enterpriw built a
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i completed In ISM on So Hw .
17 at Pat i Conwr Get full ?n.. r+w r 4 fax
particular from rat Howell
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rated In its new home on Weal" .*>. MM ....* ifMlMi .*..*...... far ttt Smell)) I* cental' all .. C.irr' b.IIIII..|., tit. H.H .f J".".. b.. "'.... ,..111... pure I
Highway $0. built about! I US*. MK -(t>t MMna, I* Mil* aew Hal .* JviHc.' wee .rtnictdR iNll.ae .,...tit... .. ... ..,........... It .....1....
The firm deal i* tndvattnol ..... eb..MME..Nl... pr ?lrai..t. seurf .f ..c.ed. dark'. .
supplies and equipment

International Mineral bulU-and Qan.ft\t' Restaurant on ter I II located on Van Fleet 1959 and opened with 11 itorei, Aug. 28. 1954. The plant was
.r Chemical Coup's office Meat Highway W wa* built in Drive In the northern part of Including a Publlx Supermarket built on,a 17-acre lite 'Operation .
ing at tile south city limit ofBarlow I KVJ Ovanrand Motel wa* Birtow The land, a vacant In October, 1960. The were commencedwith
was built In Mil This tttftt of 18 told in '
to -Utt area acres wu shopping center is .Bartow i 200 employe
is the finest office building
INtCl Holland. Bevi, Smith 195S to George Jenkins of most modern merchandise Griffin Canners, Inc Is >
the Bartow,are* Bonnie
Phosphate and Chemical KlWer, Ortkt Building wa Publlx Super Market. Inc., mart and is occupied by 21 tiled on West Highway 60.
":'$''!-. plant wa built la IKS! between built in 1SS4 QQ South Central by the City of Bartow. The firm. Immediately west of Crown
1 Mulberry and Bartow opposite the post office by R. land was quit low in *om* The Citrus & Chemical Bank Can Co. and adjoining Kuder
-.." ... "H :, "." .." Bartow Union Bu Station at C Matton. and leased to the area. and contained a scrub building at 430: E Main was Citrus Pulp Co., on both the
f abash Avenue wu buUt in law turn overgrowth A city sewer formerly owned and occupiedby ,Atlantic Coast Line and Sea.
W by J. L Knight who ia Lake Garfield Nurseries Of. pumping station was the only Publlx Supermarkets and board Railroad.The .
IARTOW CITY HALL-Th li Hit ..., tf '....w'i city t**.'*">.*'. ttn e..... city k.l. alto the ticket agent Serves I I lice Building was built In 1960 structure on the land wa purchased by the bank in buildings were built by
I loth Iht police and Hi. fin ...,._.... h... their two build n... but .rtitr city tHxn mml Greyhound and Tamlaml Trail i and opened in November, 1960. The shopping center wa 1960 It wee remodeled and Hill Brother Co. for a citrus
I* Hill" ttttoly building' .. Central A...... Bu Lines Golden Gate Shopping Cen built by George Jenkins in opened a* the bank per processing plant. Griffin Can-
I manent home early In 1961 nera secured the property by
I lease from Kuder Citrus Pulp
The bank wa originally located
Co. with an option to purchase
at the corner of Main The
building and
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opened Jan. 5, 1954. The remodeled by Griffin Canners
stockholder and director
and opened for operation with
were Bartow business men.
all modern
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I I This building was cold to Polk fall of 1954 Officer of Griffin .
,, County in 1960 and i* now the
Canners were Ben Hill
main office for the Data Processing .
Griffin, president, C. C. Street
Department of Polk vice president and general
County. The building bas manager, and John W. Jamison
since been renovated and remodeled secretary and treasurer.The .
by the County Commission
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into a modern office under the
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building.. of Clyde Young.
The Crown Can Co. manu Till Office Equipment Co.
factoring plant and general moved from ice Main Street
office were built in 1954 at store to a new tore and warehouse .
"' the western city limits of Bar- building on North
tow for the production of tin Broadway In December, 1961.
f can to be used in the citrus This i* one of the most attractive .
processing Industry This i I. retail store buildingsIn
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Dynamic Progress In Bartow

(Continued- From Page 4) the satellite complex- as Cape attractive grocery stores Main was formeralty part of
started In Bartow as a con. Canaveral.Jackson's. Pate's Shoe' Store, openedIn Bartow Ford Co home until
struction and mechanical engineering Minit Market at 1963 by Mr. and Mrs. Philip the firm moved to Its new facilities j. K. STUART
firm in 1952 and 583 W. Clower a self service L. Davies at 265 E. Main St. at the Golden Gate
acquired the building formerly neighborhood grocery store, In a building owned by Mrs. Shopping Center The buildIng .
occupied by Eger Bait Co on was built In 1962 Jackson's Sadie R. Marqul. and formerly was purchased In 1961
Highway 17 South In 1954. A Minit Market at 210 Highway occupied by Allen & from the Bartow Ford Co, and
manufacturing and steel fab 17 North, the tame' type of Son, is one of the most attractive rebuilt and remodeled to accommodate
rication plant was built at store was built in 1962. retail establishments in 12 to 15 office
Pembroke In 1953. The firm The A. A P. Super Marketon Bartow. suites In 1963 a further re
Oliver.became South Highway 17 was Karen Rambler Co., Ramb modeling program was undertaken BARTOW FLORIDA
built in 1961 and opened Feb. ler Automobile Sales and Serv- with a total expenditureof ,
1962. Besides serving the 1962. The total cost of the ice Is located on Van Fleet $160,000. The building Is .
phosphate and other industries building was 12500000. Drive In north Bartow. It owned by Slln Inc. The stock
In the Bartow area, this fully Mack's Super Market at the was built and opened in 1963 holders are Ed Smith E, A. 533.2137 Jl
equipped engineering and corner of Wilson and Sum. and is operated by R. A. Laurent Lawrence labeU and
manufacturing firm built the merlin, formerly the home ..ran Karch and his son, R. C. George Nunez. _, '- .
f. Gemini launching bat andUMbWo.lttrtlH'r. .. automobile aalae agency Karch. The Davidson Building, lo- .
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I State Vocational Education Grows

Florida's enrollment In fed.cation program. Increased more tog the decade ending In 1961 est In the nat:OB. It has malterslly.eupported :
E vocational edu.than that of any other state dun when enrollment was sixth Urg talned IU position Into 1963

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CULTURAL ASSET-A c"""p.rawtb .. mooMind not only tfili year, M provide' for oducoHoii ... tnrlchmiitr/ .f .chlase
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by th..umb.r el dNn.n living within tri "llmitt, but obo by Hi wKo find th.f mrhlnf' ,1. booki a Mure of fcoowl- '
3 The |ol* In cultural' ....to orid oiiott. Proof of B.rtw'i caltar.IGrowth ...* .. will'01 Nloxohon.
phosphate industry has served amy b. found .In Dili .,..... now library, .,.... only'

Polk County well and for 43 Polk's
Phosphate Leadership

years Tampa Armature has served I

Not Just Recent DevelopmentPolk
your phosphate industry well, too. .
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County'i leadership in phosphate recovery opera. phate companies themselves, owner the key to his new
the phosphate industry isnt tions, however, are attendant but independent organizationsare plant, finished and ready for
Just a recent development., operations which also add also playing an importantrole an immediate start of pro
For more than six decades millions of dollars each yearto in this field and there duction.
TAMPA ARMATURE WORKS INC. Polk has been a leader In the the county' payroll, ,are now in Polk County firms Grow':" builds on growth,
world' production of phoa- The mining recovery and which specialize not only in as the phosphate Industry has
phate. The Industry, which processing of phosphate has the design of improved phosphate shown.
401 SOUTH MORGAN STREET began In the early 1880s when been, from the beginning a recovery plants, but The great growth of the
phosphate was accidentally story of research and development also In the construction of phosphate industry In Polk
discovered in the bed of the a constant processof these plants. County has led to an equally
I Peace River, Is now a multimillion modifying existing equip-. 'Turn-Key Firms great growth in design and '
TAMPA I I. FLORIDA dollar operation and ment and building new equipment These are the "turn-key" engineering firms that are not
one of the malnstayi of Polk firms, who take a job at the mere appendages to the phos-
County's economy.In Much of the research Is, of beginning of the design stage, phate firms, but major Indus
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Of Florida's Southern TiD i 1 .

-Geographically the state of I mmi1 _
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a Midwestern Kate although it
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a continental ahade further atatea aouth(Hawaii). Ilea Complete Harvesting and Handling facilities

The southernmost tip of the :
Florida peninsula, which la f
never more than 145 miles wide, -e-
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southern boundary of the state 1
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Not In
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'tropics lacking a hundred miles, FRUIT MARKETED THROUGH
It lies between the 31st and 24th
parallels North latitude Key I' CANNERY OR FRESH CHANNELS
West Is 1,700 miles north of the
equator.A .
look at a map of the West [ FOR HIGHEST RETURNS TO GROWER
ern Hemisphere will show some
more little known facts about
'the Sunshine State. For Instance ,
many people believe
South America Is directly south
of Florida. : CONTACTTom
But a line drawn from Miami f I 2
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I C line.South -a la east of that i Bruce, Field Suptrvlior' or Tom Grttr, General Manager

And ft.lino drawn' from the
northeastern short of Maine i PHONES
southward will be more than !
of Jacksonville BARTOW 5)1.119J'DAYS BARTOW 533-2191 DAYS
S35 Which miles, the east map shows, lies directly MUllim LIADIRS-rUmlii. ...).. In effl. .! City M....|.. Roy P. G......, I. .Nf IARTOW 533-2788 NIT FT. MEADS AT 4-3121 HIT
south of Cleveland Ohio. t....d pdacip.l .amlnlrtntari *f bwHInfl ykotplicM-iiiliiM. town .t Mill".". InHi,
Pensacola is almost directly .r. GI.oI..,, UH, .t i Ch.mk.r .f C-._. ,..11.... I.. Heat tttiidlns, are Cecil Straus., I
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I aI I Like Its Namesake Tree, : .r-T

I Mulberry. Still GrowingMULBERRYLike it f i6 zC '

its famous spreading. for bonded indebtedness and States, Canada, and Mexico,
namesake tree in the The mulberry tree almost four for city services. Is mined in a 20-mile radiusof
100 years old, Kill stands within "We have a mighty good lit- Mulberry," said Caldwell.
center of town Mulberry I.f li
the city on the edge of High tle city out here, apprised Expansion Noted
way 37. bearing ill greeneryand R. A. Caldwell, chairman of More than 6,370 people, of l ,
fruit each apring the industrial committee of the f
substantial portionare
whom a
During the 1880, with the Greater Mulberry Chamber of from Mulberry, are em i1
f of In this Commerce. "We are located in ;1.. .
beginning mining ployed by the phosphate Industry
k I area, a community was established the hub of a great and grow with a turn-over of an annual
along with general ing industrial section"Phosphate payroll of $36,559.040

stores, adjacent to the Atlantic Is Key "But, the most Important
.i Coast Line Railroad tracks The key to Mulberry's prosperity thing 1 think from the standpoint
With no name assigned for the is Polk County's boom- of industry, Is the tremendous
There Is no substitute waybllllng of freight to the Ing phosphate Industry. Withina expansion going onat tstVlnrcla '
community, shipments were seven.mile radius are 1< practically all plants in the
for quality billed and marked "Put oft at giant plants which include area," Caldwell said
f the mulberry tree;" and event American Agricultural Chemical The expansion Is such that
: ually the name Mulberry was Division of the ContinentalOil Gladney estimates productionof
Special recommendations given to the settlement. Co.; American Cyanamid phosphate will increase 30

I and custom formulae This little town Is proud of Co.; Davison Chemical Division per cent or more within the
Itself and Its setting as the W. R. Grace & Co.; In- near future, creating more
for decline and other center of the greatest phosphate ternational Minerals I and jobs drawing more manpowerto
problem groves producing area In the Chemical Corp.; Kaiser Alumi- Mulberry and Its environs,
world. Hence it is called the num and Chemical Corp.; "the heart of the phosphate .
phosphate capital of the world. Royster Guano Co.; and Virginia capital of the world." as Glad- MULBERRY HIGH SCHOOL Perch.m ....,Iy rliliif reduerei rook the tovnrr's esp Mtidmtt, tteitir.t to the
i Spreader Service Population Grows -Carolina Chemical Co, ney calls his city. around and theee II y piney Mulberry Hlk School. ,r. I a Division of Socony Mobil Oil "We are in the enviable position Rules atmosphere conducive to Mud?. Mulberry Hlh School
Hauling The population In 1950 was Company, Inc. of having no seasonal .
2.024; In 1960, 2,922, said City A new plant to be located in troubles In Mulberry," said
fret Soil Analysis Manager Roy P. Gladney. By this area for the productionof Ben Hunt, president of Mul- two major routes Highways lane highway. Hunt laid the breaking ground for a new little boys' leagues, basketball
1970. it will probably be 4,500, phosphoric acid, triple su berry's Chamber of Commerce 60, east and west and 37, Stall Road Department hat church and pastorium next volley ball tennis and what
REGINALD W. GARRETT, Mgr. he estimated. perphosphate, d I la m m onlum "We are a stable city north and south, and served forecast, because of the new Sunday," said Gladney. have you..
"We have doubled our valuation phosphate and other phosphate from the standpoint of employment by the Atlantic Coast Line and highway, a 300 per cent Im Athletic Facilities Noted la the last two years the
C.II ForInformation In the City of MulberryIn companies has just been announced We haven't had any kind Seaboard Railroads and by all crease In vehicular traffic Seven yean igo the new county has also built a new
533.5151 the last 10 years and in the by American Agricultural of strikes In years" major truck lines. through Mulberry within the Mulberry High School, costing elementary school-the secondIn
next 10 years we will more Co It will be located five Transportation Important The newly-developing Highway next, few years" about 1750,000, was put Into the city-and a new Negro
than double It," Gladney said miles southeast of Pierce. Another factor which will 60 will eventually travel City Hall Built use, said Hunt. Next to It- school. The junior high schoolis
Nights, Dial The assessed valuation of Built at an estimated cost of help Mulberry grow Hunt "dead shot coast to coast," .In built within the last three comparatively new.
533-5428 Mulberry property now is "a $13 million plus, it will employ said, is that "we have the best Hunt said He said the high the two-year span of 1957- years-li a $150,000 athletic Mulberry Intends to grow
little less than tie million," he about 131 people."Seventy.flve transportation facilities In the way's link between Mulberryand 59, the city spent $700,000 on field and 2,000 seat stadium gracefully, too. The Chamberof
I 2270 Pork Avt., Sorts said The tax rate he said, is per cent of the whole state" Bartow was completedonly new facilities and street repairs which Hunt called "the best Commerce li involved In a
figured at 10 mills, six of them phosphate used In the United Mulberry Is connected by last summer Into a four- and Improvements, Glad athletic field In the south." beautification project and considerable -
ney said He said, "We have fields for
Impetus In this direct
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Municipal offices In all baseball and
are anew sports pony tion Is being given by the near
multi-unit city hall that by phosphate companies who
cost 170,000. Mulberry also are improving worked over
boasts a new'water plant, new terrain and, Incidentally,
I i1FEd1AEANCE sewer plant and new health State Power their public relations with

department. land reclamation projects.

I "Ninety per cent of our Demand ClimbsIn Progress To ContinueFor

streets are paved-that'i more
example, Gladney pointed
than most cities can boast," Past DecadeDemand out International Minerals

Gladney laid. and Chemical Corp. has a nine-

Other new buildings around hole golf course, swimmingpool
WITH THE ECONOMY OF POLK COUNTY town house the post office, the for electric power In and picnic area north of
Bank of Mulberry, the officesof Florida 'has more than tripled Mulberry which the company
General Telephone Co. of In the past decade but produc- maintains exclusively.IMC .
+ 4 Florida, Tampa Electric Co tion capacity has kept well ii building a three-hole t
and Georgian Finance Co. ahead. golf course just east of Mul- ,
: Scheduled Increases In pro- berry at the present time and
-4' 'iL.- : A shopping center built In
J ductive facilities are adequate has leased
{ I ___ ) east Mulberry In recent year to meet growing Industrial to the city SO acres
and of land for picnic, sports and
:) lit I considerable business
\ I residential
requirements play areas
that might well have '
:. :I ".. .\ elsewhere very The Methodist goat The state Is served by four Looking to the fUture Mulberry .
major private companies anda
Church has Just been expects steady, continu-
number of municipally owned ing progre'l."We .
the First
i\ww a and all other churches B.ptl.tChurch and cooperatively owned systems just hope we're goingto
have In the next 10
years a
have been remodeled '
't k' : 'J" I or re Production of power In Florida little of what we have had,"
.., _;t;, '.\IIi 1'' L.M .iAjrfrt..4 \, Jt. is now more than 20,000 mil Hunt Bald

: I "The ,Church of .Cod? Is lion kilowatt...."" s..,jSp.n,..., ,,"The chances are good.

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BEN HILL GRIFFIN, JR. During the 10 year history of our bank r ,
Citrus Grower and Prae.uor-Cottl.man I we have grown from total resources
J. E. GRIFFIN I \ 'Of $$1,925,313.00 to our present size
President, Griffin Lumber Company with resources totaling $11,257- >
GEORGE W HARRIS, JR. ''I 61284. We at Citrus & Chemical i
Executive Vice President' of the Bank ; t Ii Bank of Bartow are proud to be a part
CHESTERFIELD H. SMITH 1! of this rapidly growing community, the r

I MONTE Attorney,J.Holland TILLIS Bevli, JR., SrilirhC' Kibler \\ county seat of Polk County, .


Citrus Grower
r I Expanded space enables us to

OFFICERS offer many new services

BEN HILL GRIFFIN, JR. I. \ "C mmllnity fcoom" lovpilabl to. i

President and Chairman of Board groups for meetings *
GEORGE W HARRIS, JR. e Two drive-up windows and one
Executive Vice President walk-up teller window. ,
W 0 GI BSON, SR. i An adjoining parking lot for customers t ei g; I
Vice President I t I .
LEWIS S STIDHAM a A 24-hour night depository for oil
President & Cashier
FReN customers.
Cakhler ,'I
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A PLACI TO PLAY-l.ary cemmimlr Meet oreet for the reelection of ..
V IN clti. ., sad
Mvlkcrry' ...... cue el Mi* hot*-Mi* ,U.........*.1 Minerals' sad Chemical, .'.
i4 t J'p 1 .Ce" pork north of
r Muloerry sc tho lekeUni. ...4. The park rorlo'oi .
self ceun ei well a. a pool ..4 om el
th. IMS tMvtiM scenery I la P.Ik l County.

Florida Most_ Rapidly

i Growing Market AreaTALLAHASSEEFlorida'i

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: dynamic |gether, tourist spending ex- reflect
an even favorable
t economic growth has ceeds $2 billion a year in Flor picture. more
to made It the moat rapidly grow Ida
ing major consumer market In Personal Income in Florida Its Florida's abilities to transform
the United States, according to grew from $35 billion In large population growth
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jobs reflected in the large
a Florida Development Commission to near $12 billion in 1963, a increase In
Bank Productive Polk Research Division survey -rate about double the national non-farm employ
"A Progressive County"CITRUS Increase ment. In 10 years through
1962, nonfarm
employment increased *
Chairman-Director Florida's 1963 population stoodat
Wendell Jarrard said the 5,640,000-ninth In the nation almost 71 per cent-far
surpassing the nation's Increaseof
Florida Economic Summaryjust Florida has vaulted from 27th
completed described gains rank slightly over 13 per cent for
in 1940 and 20th in 1950. the .
In such fields as population Florida's annual increase has same period.Particularly

growth, personal Income tourIsm been almost six per cent, com significant la the
retail sales Industrial pared to two per cent for the gain in manufacturing employ.
& CHEMICAL 'BANKOF growth and employment nation and It la estimated that ment. In the same 10 year
14 Million Tourists Florida's population will exceed span Florida showed an 83.7 increase *
The Florida Economic Summary ,eight million by 1970. while the national gain
has been made available Sales Zoom was'feia than one per cent

free to the public by writing Total retail sates are Increasing The seven-page
OF BARTOW report
to Research, Florida Develop
twice as fast as population. provides pertinent
ment Commission, Tallahassee. 'The new high of $7.3 billion In on vast Industrial development

430 E. MAIN ST. (CORNER HENDRY AVE.) BARTOW FLORIDA Jarrard said more than 14 1962 was a nine per cent Increase In various fields low van,
"y million tourist visited FloridaIn if 1963, and on the average I the national average, and there trio power, natural resources elec..
i j spent more than 12 days and is well-founded evidence that cultural growth transportation gas

v i. about $170 in the state. Alto- .1963 data when avaUable, will schools and .recreationp' ',

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look fo AAC lor progress In the phosphate -

Industry. fnrffcoffvi of our
-, faith )In Polk County's future and fl"

prosperity Is the addition of a new

mvlfl-mi/fion/ .dollar AAC complex :
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o and chemical operations. After .r CAenfaf \

Initial processing, phosphate rock and I111.1 E y'h, ", our'es p1.nr lo.d /
elemental! Q
phosphorus are shipped Agr oO 9 t1h y
open senaltlr.
hams lome's
Sunhrn,0'leo I. bronQ So//s a Photona/e, >c
0 O,FIrldo brynpd o +eu, ,
ry i h Thl Frc f! n :
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rosulpwpnynaYou by rkllld so +plq
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basic phosphates are combined with ,
other Ingredients to produce AAC's

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to give them greener lawns and love I a AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.

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(Continued From Page S) Building at the corner of Sum. Office building was completed 1957 at 1650 S Jackson Ave., -
merlin and Main was purchased In 1981 at a coat of 180,000. at a cost of $1M.000. ,
cued at Davidson and Carpenter from W. L. Etheredgeand The Moose Club was or The First Presbyterian at ',
was purchased from was remodeled and renovated gashed In 151 The first unit JSi S. Florida, was completely
the Bartow Ford Co in 1959 In 1961 to accommodate of ill plant on East Highway remodeled and new wing ,
by H M. Fulton Walker E. a fully modem sales and service M was built that year The built In 19U. The coat was 't, laa
Blount and William Tomaselloand agency for Chevrolet automobiles building program expandedeach $130,000. r/
remodeled and rebuilt to year thereafter with a The First Baptist Educational '
accommodate attractive office The Florida National Bank total capital expenditure of Building was added to M* "dt n rt, tv'
lullei Total capital invest $100.000Barlow 410. j
purchased the entirt half block approximately seam church butkjwg at
ment was $100,000. adjoining the bank building on Bowling Lanes on E. Church in IM al a cost of
J. Office .
K. Stuart
Buildingat the south removed the buildIngs East Highway M was built In flUOM
510 E. Parker was built in vJ
on the property in 1960, IKt at a cost of ISO.000. The Wildwoud Baptist added a*
1958 and li occupied by J. K.
Stuart aa an administration and la now using the area asa building if fully equipped with education wing to III a I *
t office building for his far. parking lot for the bank. all facilities to accommodate church bulUIng 1st 1W at a.
Plans are in the making expand lanes
12 bowling
Of CO 000
flung enterprises in cattle Cost
the Florida Nation.1Banking
phasphate and citrus The office New churches In Bartow Include The congregation of lhw"
facilities on the vacant
building cost approximately : Trinity tptscopal I Church sold
in 1964
\ S750M property Asbury Methodist A complete their church' building at :XX

1 .The Murphy Chevrolet Co. An addition to the U1 Post new_church_was built_ _In_ E. Parker to the Lutheran. 7 t
and started '
Church In 11 "." i
mediately to nniaft cw nvn>
Ing an entirely new church
plant at 500 W. Stuart St. A
INVESTORS! Sunday School room had been
built In Ittt. and an aiamnMy
room was added In IMI The .
total capital expenditure to
this date la $150.000.
New Bartow schools include:
Insured SafctyFluctuation Negro Elementary Svhool on .

Gibbons Street was built i I. ,. ,,, the ,,*! mils nilliMS tt .U .f
A flCUM MOM THI PAST-THIi flint' .th marks A HIUMVIH et park e. ''' piss
o Free 1962 and opened in July, IMX she Pose Rinse! Perk, lvif/ vUif.rt a tllmpM of tin kins', .( creatures <.*.t sane Hvtrf )I.. lone Villty, sew a part *f pmptnvsMM
of these completenew '
No Fees facilities were J2SO.000. .* | that mm.** ,.11I Civilly IN the mlirjr seas .f the put. Polk Ciunty.
or Charges
of entire
The first stage an.

Availability ly School new plant Bartow was Junior built High on Peace River Valley Museum Shows

Convenience Clower Street in 1M3 at n coat
of approximately 1-400.000. This
facility has a student enrollment

i High Returns Regularly I tary A School Floral of approximately addition Avenue was Elemen-380 builtIn Polk As It Was Before Man Began

We Invite Your Inquiry 1962 at a cost of $140,000.
Major additions and a complete Azalea'shrubbed Peace River museum Is built on 130 acres phate compounds appearing said
new High School for Park lies serenely on land of land donated by Virginia- today in final products of "The museum is a non-profit .
Union Academy were built In which has watched tumultuous Carolina Chemical Co. In 1951. space science such as computing organization supported by
BARTOW FEDERAL SAVINGS 1955. These new facilities now history unfold from monsters The museum, still a child In systems, ultra sensitive admission charges, so we
constitute the main plant, con. to mils lies." years, was opened to the public measuring instruments and can't afford everything we
sisting of classrooms, offices, The Peace River Valley Exposition in 1960. Polk phosphate ceramic rocket nose cones.The want, when we want it. I'd
music room, gymnasium, lab- companies established the mu grounds of the park itself like to be able eventually to
better known the
AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONTWO oratories, shops, vocational as seum as a means of explaining evidence the phosphate employ a college student in
training class rooms, storage phosphate museum, is at the Polks flourishing phosphate mining that once went on the summer who could spend
and dressing rooms, dining entrance of Peace River Park industry there. his time hunting for pre-hia-
area, auditorium and many Located a mile and a half Teeth, Bone Found Reclamation Shown torlc remains and tracing
CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU other necessary accommodations east of Bartow on State Road Phosphate, one of the A phosphate rock garden, more of the history surrounding .
The total cost was approximately 60, the mu.eum' murals painta worlds vital minerals, links landscaped by Thomas B. the phosphate
$750,000. picture story of the dinosaurs Florida pre historic past Mack of Florida Southern Items Donated
At Bartow Senior High mastodons, and reptiles with Its predominant place in College, is attached to the The majority of fossils we
190 N. Florida Ave. 300 North Charleston Ave. '
School on S. Broadway, a new which once roamed the riverbanks today's space age museum. The garden Is designed have now have been donatedby
Bartow, Florida Fort Meade, Florida addition was built In 1954 and2rn Often found In the midst of to show how such land local citizens and phosphate -

_To Page 12, Column I.L The worlds only phosphate phosphate beds are the bones can be reclaimed for construction companies,". de Rcus
--- teeth, and skeletons of Florida \ use through the cooperation said a

' 's savage prehistoric life. of phosphate companies Attendance records at the
S. Remains of marine and animal governmental agencies museum indicate visitors
4 life dating back millionsof and private enterprise. come from all ever the country ,
years are quite possibly Included Museum curator and artist "Educational" and
In the .t.te'l Henry de Reus said fossilsare "highly Informative" are enthusiastic
u 5S Py phase. more difficult to come by remarks accompanying
r L :' ,1 i ments are those from sharks, than when strip mining was signatures in the
fa is vf mastodons, rhinoceroses and done by 'hand or steam shovels guest register.Museum .
saber-toothed tigers Because of new hydraulic facilities are open
l According to museum pamphlets processes many of to the public S:30 a.m. until
t these same remains the fossils are destroyed com 4 40 p.m. daily, Including Sun-4ft.
yf pytyAr 's p may be Included in the phos pletely in the mining he days and holidays

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use st tin milt fund kJIkn,. In ,...k Cavity balms else awe .* history Thin Neat. sad tfctwtoiM .
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Dorr Oliver the firm had been chosen ss out Florida will be handled
"i' Inc.. with International headquarters prime subcontractor on the from Dorr.oliver headquarters

: is business in Stamford Conn., worlds largest building, the in Bartow, utilizing the
I : our too has long been known as a Vertical Assembly Complex fabricating facilities of the
ai I leader in engineering of 39 for the moon rocket proJ- Murphy company at Pembroke

... equipment and complete ect at Merritt Island .
I plants fir the metallurgical, To complement the activities Dorr-Oliver has been identified
,1't" \[(: chemical, and other of
sanitary the Murphy Corp. in with phosphate rock and
Polk County is the center of the phosphate min heavy industrial fields Its field of fabrication and the fertilizer Industry for
Its three subsidiaries In Florida construction of I
-.J 0 s. L. complete many years. Its equipmentand
t" the Frank M. Murphy plants, Dorr-Oliver
engineering services will
ing industry and Rozier is Polk County's Cater Corp., Dorr.oliver Engineering Ltd has moved its headquarters also be found throughout Florida

: R 0 Z ER Ltd, and Dorcon Inc. all to Bartow and engages 's rapidly growing sugar
pillar dealer It follows that phosphate is an' Important report Intense activity in process engineering industry. It has supplied its
The Murphy has and the of
company supply special processes In the pulp and pa-
business at Rozier. Few machinery dealers MAC H IN. Rye o. become one of the prime Industrial equipment for the many chemical per Industry, the limestoneand
4 firms In Central Florida and mining activities in cement industries and It
: The scope of its business the central part of florida. has had a prominent place in
.t ;. have had the opportunity to serve Polk Coun- ORLANCO.: F1i.ORIC'Aji'TAMP encompasses: the fabrication Currently it Is constructing a the many new municipal sew
: of steel structures for large sulfuric end phosphoric age and water treatment
:1: .:qty In such a vital Industry Rozier takes pride In CATERPILLAR Cape Kennedy the design and acid project for one of the plants.

t .. ..... .,. ,. construction of phosphate rock major fertilizer companies operating The new sewage treatment
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being a part of Florida's Polk County. Tf..sfee .1'a esta.e111s/ Tf..tss c.. ...,. washing plants, and the manufacture in the Phosphate Rock plant for the City of Bartow
of equip District will have Dorr-Oliver machines
ment for shipment to many Doreon Inc., Is the part of and it Is only natural
parts of the US. and even Dorr-Oliver which engineers, that these machines will be
\ overseas to Latin America. builds and erects plate and fabricated
nearby la
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Helps Lure Tourists, IndustryBARTOW

The Polk County I--
Advertising and Publicity Com II
minion, which operate a. andvertiiing I
consultant for Polk '
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Board of County Commissioners
was organized in order to cen, ,
trallze county advertising ac,
tivltles and expenditure
C. C. Street, secretary-treasurer
of the group, said the purpose .
of the Comm fllion was to t+' isr,1 ,
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advise county commissioners o n v x' I'. ill
the use of advertising dollars" '.,) ,
The Commission, formed onl, i$ w >t idM t ; "
10 years ago, may recommend > ', /
promotional expenditures for the ,> ,
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county's 120,000 advertising budget f'''&'f"1,,,, "fJ au r 6'a
but Is not the final decision J, >" '
making body.
Suggestions Only
"We only suggest," said <" :
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Street. The group Is made up > >t
from members of each municipal .
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Past chamber commission of commerce.projects out- ,.. .. < -:'
lined by Street Included the > ,} "i .. -r<;.",
Polk County Fishing Guide and ; .';,.j I..tjl
colorful Illustrated map ol ,\
county attractions,
Presently the Commission Is
participating In plans for Polk
County's booth for the 1964 Speaking Progress. .
World Fair In New York.
According to Street, publicityfor
Polk County at the World I
Fair will emphasize the county's
three main Industries: phos
phate, citrus, and cattle. Spe- THE BANK OF MULBERRY
cial attention will also be given
a fourth major Industry, tourism -
Tourists Pass Through
"Thirty per cent of Florida's Has Served The
tourists travel through Polk eerotiIMIIf lfea+t

County," said Street, "and it'i ; .";..,'., ., ,.. .
our objective to encourage themto ". .....,... .-... 'Ii" : "
On .
stop rather then bypass Polk "<_ "" ...J" r"
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cities." I .. ,. # Phosphate Area
Presently the county provides \ ,. :r1"

one billboard, located on High. .. ,- !. ... ;-
way 60 at Yeehaw Junction and ,, 4\r' t, w' ....
the Sunshine Parkway, to signal Since 1907
tourists to visit the area. MODIRN NIW CHURCH-litdlcorivi or eke '.*|...sive spirit .f the delouse .f MIII .,ry
In 1961 and 1962 the Commission the Mulberry" Mtrhodlil' Church, whet. "'....,* dulf, mikoi. If ass of the moil ..etrootinskuiidsas I
contributed extensively to I' I* Ik tomntwifty. Churches .... lent (I.,.* *n ImaerMee port In Hi. livti .f nil-.
the Polk County Centennial. .. .l Mulberry" ei woN .. the. .f the rae .f Polk eou.". I
"We turned over our entire

Our budget budget during to the now those Centennial stands two at yean about Committee -[ Employment Keeps Pace In Florida !I THE

$20,000 a year," he said
Florida's ability to transform ment. tablishments numbered about
Advertising Officers 'of and the Publicity Polk County Commission Its large population growth Into In 1962, average non.farm 223000 workers Compared to
are Wilbur Bell, president jobs It reflected In the large employment numbered close to the 120,800 employed! In 1952,
from Haines City; Frank increase In nonfarm employ- 1.4 million workers, an Increase employment Increased 837 per BANK OF MULBERRYMember
Contway, vice-president, Lake of almost 71 per cent since 1952. cent In the 10-year period.
Wales; and C. C. Street, secre FASTEST GROWING Florida's growth In employ The national gain during the
tary-treasurer. Bartow. Using personal Income as a ment far surpassed the nation's decade was 1 per cent.
0', measure, Florida Is the most Increase of a little more than of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
S3 IN STATE rapidly growing major consumer 13 per cent during the lame period LARGE BEET
There were 28 public and market In the United States The mangel-wurzel Is a typeof
four private colleges operating Personal Income in Florida Florida's gain In manufacturing large beet belonging to the MULBERRY FLORIDA
In Florida In January, 1964. grew from S).6 billion In 1950 to employment Is particularly same family as the vegetableand ,
Enrollment In the public Institutions near $12 billion In 1963. This Is significant I sugar beet. It Is regardedas
In the fall of 1963 was a rate of Increase about twice In 1962 the average number of very palatable feed for livestock I

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We Are Proud Of Our Contribution. And Proud To Be A Part Of

The Exciting Progress Of POLK COUNTY!

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LAKELAND LEDGER Decide. For Decision. 11 Saturday Morning, March 28, IM4

1 'City Of Oaks' Posts Gains In Polk's Decade For Decision I

(Continued From Page 10) Greater Bartow Chamber of The Miller Caswall & Coury office lultes. Peace River Park, one mile and beautification of Peace historic animal life as It existed Holland Bridge to Punta Cor-
Commerce has 485 members, Medical Clinic at 2020 Flamingo Highway Improvements In east of Bartow, was a Bartow River Park. In the Bone Valley da at Charlotte Harbor a distance
opened during November of 20 of whom are members of Drive was built In 1959 Bartow Include, In addition to Chamber of Commerce project The area li situated at the Phosphate area, of which Polk of 100 miles It was
I that year. The cost was $600- the board of directors. at a cost of 60000. the widening and resurfacing which was started In 1957 headwaters of Peace River County la the center. It la the started in 1957 under the sponsorship -
000.The Tuberculosis and Health Center The Gibson & Gibson Medical of Highway 17 from Winter under the leadership of FrankM. and presents a picturesque largest and most complete of the Bartow Chamber
Chamber of Commerce formerly was located in Clinic at 680 S. Broadway Haven to Bartow in 1952-53: Murphy and J. Frank setting with pleasant recreational display of sea and land fossil of Commerce.
Office and
reception building Alexander. Murphy was surroundings. A stadium relics in America. Since funds
president that time, have
at corner of Parker and Wil- a building! on North Broadwaythat underwent an extensive remodeling Van Fleet Drive, a four-
of the C of C at the area wu built In 1958 been made available the
ion St. was built by public was removed to make and expansion pro- laned section of Highway 80, Ground wu broken for construction
inscription In 1854, at cost way for the new Hall of Justice gram In 1959 The cost was bypassing the central business time Other active committee by the Ministerial Association of the museum In Peace River Valley Water
of 10000. Martin Has was The present headquarters approximately $50,000. district of Bartow, was members were H. M. Fulton for outdoor gatherings.In 1957 under the sponsorship of Conservation and Drainage
R. C. Hatton. N. E. Jordan 1961 the County built District, a late with
president of the Bartow Chamber were established In 1956 The Dr. W. B. Geiger Dental built in 1955. the Bartow Chamber of Com agency
of Commerce when the at 140 West Church. The Clinic at 170 S. Oak was U. S. Highway 98 was rebuilt and the Rev. W. P. larger stadium and concrete merce and the leadership of federal assistance, and the
building was built and Lee H. building was remodeled for built In 1953. The total capital with four lanes from Weeki. stage with a seating capacityfor Frank Murphy and Frank boards of county commissioners
its The park was built ai a 3,000 to accommodate various Alexander. The In Polk Hardee, De-
Smith Jr. was executive manager present use. Investment was approximately Lakeland to Bartow In 1962. building was
The land was donatedby Bartow Medical Buildings 20000. State Highway 60 was rebuilt community recreational area outdoor activities during opened In the summer of 1960. Soto and Charlotte counties.
Polk County's Centennial The work Is
City of Bartow and War. Include: The Dr. Arthur R. Most with four complete new In a ISO-acre tract of worked- Henry DeReus designed and progressing on
In 1961. schedule
Celebration which wiU
ren Sullivan was the builder. The Bartow Memorial Hospital Dental Clinic at 715 S. Broad- lanes of traffic from Tampato over phosphate land donatedby built all the displays in the provide
Chamber Annex built In 19S7 built In 19fl, The work Virglnla Carolina ChemicalCo. Peace River Park was des museum and ii now the curator pleasure navigation through
This Is one of the few was way was at a $artow. was the full
length of the river
office buildings In the The cost of this building and cost of approximately 25000. completed in 1963. Work Is The City of Bartow the ignated by the County Commissioners for the attraction. when It Is finished
state owned by the local a remodeling program, Including The Dr. W. M. Duke Office now In progress to completefour Polk County Commissioners, at the central The Peace River Development The original land for the
chamber of commerce. The new equipment was ap- Building! at 610 W. Main St. lanes of traffic on Hwy. many civic clubs, garden headquarters for Centennial and Improvement Pro- Bartow Air Base was -
current president I Is StephenH. proximately $700,000. The hospital was built in ,196 at a total 60 from, Bartow to Lake clubs and the Bartow Ministerial activities In 1961. gram Is an undertaking to purchased
by the of
Grimes, and C. C. Street now has space for 71 cost of approximately J45- Wales Association, have contributed The Phosphate Valley Exposition improve and open the waterways City Bartow
Is executive director, The beds 000. The building has four In other areas of progress, to the development is a_museum'. of pre. of Peace River from the' (Turn To Page 13, Column 1)
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Here, without a doubt, 'ii the most Intriguing Innovation ever to be ,
introduced to the conveyor world. MAGNETRAIN solves the wondering r
conveyor belt dilemma with a new, potent applied for, Invention of "
magnet-trained belt. Does it work? It most certainly does at field In'T e o r' ,

ttallationt in the phosphate industry are proving. But, to interest you C ,,,. _
even more, we'll tell you that Magnetrain hat been developed with '" "" ,
"%' the cooperation of two of the world't largest companies In their '" ; "
field B. F. Goodrich and United Statet Steel. Coupled with VARY. v
'"' TROUGH and the LAGGED WING PULLEY, most of your conveyor ..
problems will be a thing of the pait.LAGGED a--


>. Rubber fogging of the proper height end durometer com
pretset on contact with the belt. When the arc of con.
I tact it broken the rubber (lagging springs back to normal

height end cleans Itself automatically.In .

addition you can reduce belt tension up to 28% by
replacing regular wing pulleys (Un drive applications)'
', with VAN GORP'S new TURN-CLEAN lagged pulleys.


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LAKELAND LEDGER Decade For DeoMon I Saturday Morning_, March M, 1H1 U

I : Decade For Decision\ Shows LAKELAND'S GROWTH

Bartow Among Polk LeadersContinued Depends On

( From Page 12))

and will undoubtedly attractIn : '
4y ;it( '
1941. The area was ex- INCREASED PAYROLLS
panded to lit present size (I,- b
600 acres) at the start of
World War II and was leased
to the U. S. government for
a U. S. pilot training center
until 1M7 In 1951. the base
was leased to Garner AviationCo.
for use aa a basic train- s \

Ing aviation center in the U. S. student ; Cyanamid has added neorly
This operation at the flying 4* : : I ',,, 250 people to its local payroll
field, which originated throughthe
effort of the Bartow in the past decade. Today more

Chamber of Commerce, con than 850 Polk and Hillsbor-
tinued for 19 rid 4
years. The Air w
ough residents earn over $5
Base then reverted to the r r
City of Bartow, for civic use, p.ie,, ,. I t million a year in Cyanomid's
in 1961. Plans for an industrial
local plants. The goods and
park at the Bartow Air i
Base had been started by the services required by these families
Chamber of Commerce and 1 "
ate'' ( and by Cyanamid ore a
the City of Bartow in 1957. It
now seemed advisable to concentrate substantial contribution to our
on the Industrial def local
< of economy
velopment this area.
As a result, the Bartow In Y
dustrial Center now provides
operational facilities for a total -
f< of 23 light Industries located .
in the original buildingsof Phosphate shamk.b. mpln In erewaeee Wlllt late ,",lICtlr' Is
the Bartow Air Base. 1957 .*t KM tM ..,....... twlc ilint rittt HIM,
In 19C3, South Central Air
Lines established commercial
passenger service at the Bar-
tow Air Base on regularly PUBLIC FACILITIES
scheduled flights. This service
which provides accommodations ., !
for commercial air
traffic, assisted materially In I
rounding out the facilities at '
the Bartow Air Base to meet
the demand of industry and .r M

I growing population.Also :
In 1963 several buildings Each CyanamId
In the Bartow Air Base, year pays
including the modern aca- 7; enough taxes to the Polk

.demlc building, the gymna- Ow late L I !!_ iii County Board of Public Instruction -
.. slum, chapel, shops and several THI MUIIIMY TRII-Thlt U rira hard milkcny .*.--,In leaves pee Hit .
utility buildings, were -Irem which the city' .4 Mulbtny" pe Ht ..... Items shipped H ,h.h..* e.wp...Ie. .pwHue ,, a to pay for the new
leased to the Polk County I" less Yeller were m.rk.. to W pat (If .! "..* mnlWny kin" ...4 the shy .f Mul- Carlton W. Palmore School.
School Board for temporary berry ..... up .niiitj M>t ..... r
tile.. a site for the Polk
Junior College. This lease
provides a home for the college amateur golfers from a wide Milo Smith of Tampa, a professional gram has been taken.
area city planner, to com
for four years and may Mayor Cecil Moore has
A program of land recla pile a complete report and
stated publicly that funds to
be extended site.Continuous.to become a permanent mation, now In operation byall recommendations concerningthe build a civic center In Bar- L.k Improvements the phosphate companies development and Improve- tow which was recommendedIn .."t.."..
operating near Bartow U ment of Bartow' downtown
have been made by the City the Milo Smith report, will
highly beneficial to the future business district.
of Bartow and the golf course be provided In the City'
management to provide a development of Bartow. At the suggestion of the 1964-61 budget. GOOD NEIGHBORS
regulation tournament! golf Vast area of reclaimed Bartow Chamber of Commerce The Bartow city toning ordinance
Course. In 1963 the goal was land from phosphate miningare this report was finished became effective in !!eLJ
1 reached when the Armour now being made availablefor and made available to August, 1954. This ordinancehas f9u
) Amateur Invitational Golf Industrial and hoeing expansion the City of Bartow, and Interested been modified on occasion
,:; Tournament was held at the which will eventually citizen., In 1963. Many to meet specific requirements : r"su't
Bartow Golf Course during provide room for the extended meetings and public discussions and may have to be
I' the Labor Day weekend. This growth of Bartow. took place during the further revised In certain details S
tournament has now been etJ In.1960 the City of Bartow fall of 1963. No definite action to meet the expanding X

tabllshed as a_yearly event entered Into a contract with _.. to....Implement_ the _pro- growth_of..Bartow.--___ _
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( ,,,,, Cyanamid people work with

,a ,,, the Boy Scouts United Fund
Chamber of Commerce ando

CEOBClfl I WORKS [ 0. t =a. other civic and church groups
I IRDH ; i'' which help make Lakeland
r k
n l '' p NI ,i such a good place to live
I 4
I I ,' ; More than $3 million worth of
; "'r pollution controls on the Brew

It 4' t stir plant arc concrete evidence
that Cyanamid wants its

i Has teen serving theIndusfry s$ t 1 I w, fit too.plants to be good neighbors,


This' h.:>-mlllwi! Mitt .cr,,bb.r lnt...ll..Hoii typlllti Cyommld'i,.
.H.... to ,"IICI "".,1... tmlMloni, horn fa IrtwiNr plant.ROOM.

in Polk Countycontinuously FOR GROWTH

since 1900

Cyanamld's o per a 11 l ons not

*\ only provide employment for

Lakeland people and a market

13 YEARS OLD for Lakeland merchants, but
: CyanamId land reclamationeast
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and north of Lakeland Is

making hundreds of acres of

,,1 I : land available for Lakeland to

We Look Forward to Continued .T t grow enough land within

the next ten years to provide

Progress & Growth I +rr homes for 1 15,000 people.


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p.lk Aro.w'Et.pnttaqp.ik County students with the knowledge and skills the space age ;:

, City Ei.atP demands, and soon the Polk County Junior College will be I. ,

Ralph J. RrR.ck.li. doing the same. x '-
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, '_ J Saturday Morning, March 28, 1M4 LAKELAND: LEDGER Decade For Decision:

' 1\ Recreation Boom

't: Gathers SpeedIn

Polk County.

By BABETTE STEINHAtSER, I hive more requests for park
Ledger Staff Writer facilities than we can provide.
! Another boom la gathering Last summer's records showed 1 tall ,,
a day's attendance at
in Polk pi
momentum Countythe -
Crystal Lake to be 12,011.
outdoor recreation boom Lake Cannon figures showed
The nation, state, and coun- 770 came and went from the
ty are focuilng on park and park in one day"Recreation .
recreation project to coin- and park administration -
at a county level
il cide with the enormous population is very important to the people

growth, laid Bob Rine- of Polk County, where par 2
hart, Polk County's directorof only five of the 17 incorporated -
Parks and Recreation. municipalities have professional t

The county tyitem for providing municipal park pro-
grams. Then too, many major
recreation facilities Is y! .. .
areas are not incorporated
relatively new to Polk County,
cities and cannot I
getting Its start only two
t facilities"Cause
years ago. Still, said Rhine- necessary
hart, "we are only the 8th Effect f
such group In Florida" Rhlnehart noted I
Rhinehart Is also president of effect to be closely I
the Florida Recreation Association. this "outdoor
boom" *

Savings Expected "People are work In .
and fewer hours all I
Rhinehart described the Unions are
Governor's recent $50 million ing country.shorter work I
dollar recreation bond as a does this mean? ;
"buy now, save later" plan. will be a new thing
He said high real estate pricesIn Americans.
Florida are expected to go "Recently I talked
even higher In the future; and large group in I
since the county owns the majority made up of health
of Its parks, It wouldbe ation officials and
wise to speculate and plan from all over the I
for needed recreation areas You'd be surprised at I
now. tionwide enthusiasm I

"People_are using our parks 1t tivity_ taking place 1 ( ) I
field." '
Rhinehart stressed
t td I
more people are ;
to retire at 61. And
ment again means

time.Since Florida Is a

retirement spot, this Lolooloft"I; ;
more than many
: I
be faced with the ,
bully of providing ;
areas in order to
citizens occupied and
said Reynolds.
YOUR DOCTOR "Floridians can be
the majority of the
TRUSTS HIM want to be Plan Begun

"Presently we're
You consider pour doctor a a flve-year-plan

dedicated moil Our pher- two years ago. The

I mecUt, too, hoi studied keg nor's bond plain may ,

sad herd ,In order to e* able I.I
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321 N. Moss. Ave. a.10.1.d.?\.h i.MMklt 0n.MIMII Ohwt ,
Meetet f,,.nh, char" Ow
Ph. MU 2-3173
Ore all Vro. aerae
_different from any other facll- Presently a combination
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building Is going up in the
recreation complex. A press rFy
box, atop the concession
stand, and public address
"Thanks system are also In the plans
for the future.

County Commissioner Aldine
Combee and Rhinehart have
extensive plans for the 20-
acre, county-owned park, but
predict steps toward total
completion will be slow, yet
steady. County Road De-
for. partment machinery and men
are being used for park construction
so the work doesn't
have to be contracted out to
a commercial firm.
Included in future of the
Sportsman's park will be a' a
: clay basketball court. Little
League football field, horse
UsingCoast ring, and riding facilities. If .J-t4oo" -; ;; ,. -
combined with the Saddle .. -

Creek Park acreage, just east SPORTSMAN'S PARK-Thii Is the ..."'. lodes hi Sperhmen's County less become) more und inert word ol Ik* need for extended)
of Sportsman's Park, Rhine-
hart believes the two parks Park, one of Polk County's neve* reereetleii a_.. Once e WPA retrooden feclllHei, end hoi token slont ttridot toward developing
could provide a tremendous Neb butchery, Sperhmon'i Park Is kelng d.r.loped to' full tocreetloN rich sees for public ....
; riding ana.According. UM. Including hell dlomondi sad web In recent yooit Put

to Commissioner
Combee, Sportsman's Park will be In charge of the park nato park recreation with the day and official park opening
provides recreation space for area.With the beginning of the and park activities. Rhine- city's summer' enrichment will be announced goon I'
the more than 12000. people summer park season, both a hart said couaty officials also program. Rhinehart said, but details
living In the East Lakeland qualified man and woman hoped to be able to coordt- Plans for a spring kick-off have not been completed.

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/ / For M years Macasphalt Interstate 71, cooperating with
Corp. has been paving a roadto both federal and state highway
I {t e: Ljm success literally. agencies. Past projects
y That road has been practically have Included paving of the
any road In Polk County superfast Daytona Speedway
f plua highways all through and the section of Highway
Florida. 98 that connects Lakeland to
With an army of about 300 Bartow
employes armed with such
varied and heavy equipmentas Bolloa Heads FirmA.

rollers motor graders and P. (Pat) Bolton has been
finishing machines, the Lakeland president of Macasphalt Corp.
road paving company since Its establishment in 1946
has recorded a continuous under that name. The corporation -
growth with the state. traces Us origins to IK

7 Plants Operated) when It was organized as the
construction: division of the
00CQ Now Macasphalt Corp operates William P. McDonald Corp.
seven asphalt plants When Bolton took ever, the
wc..A within Florida four M them Organization employed only
built within the last three 11 persons proof of hi fast
Howl Just i note In the busy rush of traffic to let yon know how years according to M r s. growth ever the last two decades
; Juaaita J.
Thompson, secretary .
much we appreciate your patronage, Whatever you ship. wherever .treasurer of the corpora. There are now three sub

you ship It,we will always continue working to provide you with A. Most notable of Macasphalt'i under sidiary the companies parent corporation-organized

the finest possible shipping services Piggybacking, for example. recent road projects Florida Four Construction Co
L has been Die paving of most and Pa..A.Way Corp. of
Fastest most economical way we know el the -102.mile, dual-lane Lakeland and Florida Hot
stretch of the Florida State Mix. Inc., with offices U Lakeland
to put your shipment where you want l Turnpike from Wildwood to and operation In tM

therm ;... .. when you want them there. A LOOK AT THE FUTURE-R. S. Macasphalt
put down at .
,,,ttrtlng tut I..Ma.e COMfe1bl reereoKen seas or* koine developed, end County Commlulonor. "'14''.. Comooo. hi whose least 73 per cent of the road. area.Macasphalt makes its
dlohkt SrtMion'i Pork h tooted, talk over plies tor the further development of the oreo, one The company will also be headquarters Corp on East LooP
of Polk County's sawed tee feclNtiot.
Involved in work
on the new Boulevard In Lakeland

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I Saturday Morning" March !8, IMI_ ._ __ .. __ _

Orange-State Insurance


Major New Company HereOne T .5

of Lakeland' newest such office are in Lakelandand dude Lawton M. Chile Jr : _
business enterprise it the Or- Ft. tauderdnle. and Kirk McKay, of Lakeland; _
ange-f tate Life Insurance Co., Orange-State originally! be. Ben Hill Griffin Jr., of Frost- a:
organized In 196, and now In gas It* new business with 21 proof; and W. Ralph Dw
active operation on a state- trained Insurance agents. It ranee, of Ft. Meade.
wide level. expect to expand Its sale Officer, In addition toSeigler
The company Is writing reg. force to more than 35 representatives aN C. EWrWge Hunt
In the Immediate of Lakeland vie president
War forms of life, endowmentand ,
term life Insurance, and month ahead; on long-range and agency director; WilliamL. + fiV D
life Individual credit basis, the company expect to Davis St. of Ft Meade c'k RJa' S
group vice and Ralph C c 'S,IMP,, ,
life, disability and double Indemnity become a major employer president; J
policies. and a major factor In the life Lewis, of Ft. Meade secre 1,
insurance field In Florida. tary-treasurer
Ed R. Bentley, long-time Polk Stockholders Orange-! tate was organized
attorney and business executive the sale of 50,000
The movement to start a through
In Lakeland, la the chair
new Insurance company In share of stock'to the original
man of the board of directors Lakeland was started In Jan stockholder A subsequent
of Orange-State Life. M. B. uary of J963. Business Inter issue 150,000 shares of com M 'P.M st + M .a 'ale w ale..
of Ft. Meade, la the
Seiglcr. est In the city and county mon stock was quickly sold
first president of the firm. spear-headed the organization. out So, the company began
1,500 Policies Sold A high percentage of the its Lakeland and Florida operations -
stockholder of Orange-Life with liquid assets of t-
the Lakeland-based
Although are resident of Polk County. $600.000-one third of this _
Insurance insurance firm only began In February selling, In addition to Bentley, directors sum representing capital and

of, the .company. In .. the balance paid-'in surplus. .
it already hal more than I.- --- -- -- ___ _
500 policies in force. Orange-

death State claim also has on a paid policy Its In first effect Agrico Opens Soil I Laboratory

only seven days!
Bentley and Selgler an. PIERCE new soils lab The samples are then taken IAht, s
nounced that the new concern oratory, just opened at Pierce, to the soil laboratory at D"q: ,a
will be operated on a statewide is one of the latest of the Pierce, where complete tests
basis, With Lakeland as American Agricultural Chem are conducted on each sam
the home offI*eOrange-State ical Corp,'. services to Florida pie by skilled technicians using 4LAKELAND'S
will have district!) f f i ice growers. approved methods and the ___
_throughout florida The first, Through the new program, finest electronic equipment.
an Agrico fleldman samplesthe When the tests are complete,
L 1 M ROOFING CO. soil for a grower. This la an Agrico agronomist uses the
done because the success of information obtained to prepare
Phone MU 2-7270 the test depends upon the takIng a fertilizer program tailored
of The for the toll tested.
good samples.
Mil ESTIMATES fieldmsn also obtains the previous Full Information about the
ANYWHtm IN POLK CO. history and cropping program may be obtained

r plans of the tract. from Agrico representatives... ....--. .. .. .. .. .. -, .. -

\ Ii Tourist Club Helps I

o In Lakeland's Growth

Ill YotaKui tfrG/uuJftUJ/ living. i The first known tourist club as well as talent from their -

** .... ,, In Lakeland was organized under own members, they were ableto
i i i i tam iJa a imtti prV
L J. Freeae In about ISIS function.
as the Lakeland Tourist Society During the real estate boom
I of 1925-1328 the club member
This Society disbanded about ship grew to 1,625. The Tour
1918 or 1919. Later In the fall 1st Bureau rented the second
of 1922, through the efforts of floor of the Gibson Pott Building
Morton C. Lake and others for the Tourist Club to
including Miss Violet Rose- hold its business meeting and
berry then secretary of the card parties. Entertainments
tourist bureau of the Cham- were held In the public iudi-
rra ber of Commerce, a meeting torium, dances and picnicsat
was called asking all tourist the Lakeland Yacht Club.
IIr to attend. The Lakeland Due were raised to $1 per
"CLASSI Tourist Club was organized season.
with/ Morton C Lake as presi The activities of the club
dent. The object of the Club now are, dance each Monday
was to entertain, Instruct and night with a local orchestra: ;
promote social I fellowship Tuesday entertainment by professional -
among It* member artists; Wednesday,
I The Chamber of Commerce Chat-sew (Woman's Club)./
", had Komet on the second Through the week cards sp
THE CARPET YOU 'MUSr'SE o/f.; \ floor of what had been an old played. Twice a month a
M boarding house on the westside covered dish picnic i* held
g iw I of Lake Mirror. The followed by dancing. A special
Tourist Club was given use of Valentine picnic is held with
TO APPRECIATE i the first floor for meetingsand an out door picnic at beautI-
t card parties, with free ful I. M. C Park. Dues for ,
I secretary service, heat, light, the season were raised to $8. t.
water and rent.Entertainments. In 1927 the Chamber of
were held In Commerce moved from the
GENUINE 'CAPROLANCONTINUOUS the old Christian' Church, at old boarding house building to
--.-:' I the corner of Missouri and the first floor of the old city
Lemon. Dance supported by hall, and the Tourist Club was
collection were held In a hall given the second floor.
FILAMENT on Kentucky Avenue, and picnics In 1935 the facilities of the
on the west bank of Lake Tourist Club were overtaxed.In .
I' Mirror Member had to clear 1938 the City Fathers announced -
"- away weeds and grass for the that the Tourist Club
Re.. TM t NYLON picnic. could be assured that when
: I' The membership fee was they returned in another sea-
Classic Is a dainty shell design of genuine fifty cent., and the membership ion, a new home would be
the first year was 321. provided them, second to none
Coprolan filament nylon mad to retain Its, Now, 42 year later, the memo in the State of Florida.
bership stand at 1200. On Feb. 17, 1939 the new
A Modern floor
loveliness for many, a year! CoveringExclusive. The Club had little to open home of the Lakeland Tourist
\ t I' ate on, but by the cooperation Club was dedicated. It I II now
of the Tourist Bureau, City known a* the Magnolia Build

Coprolan Is the Nylon which was originally \ ::" '. civic organizations and such ing.WOMAN'S .
tested In carpet In Penn Station, New York, '

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WORK WAS NEVER DONE In grandmother1
day. She daintily mopped her brow while doing the week's
PHONE MU 2-0513 Ironing with a heavy "sad Iron" which had to be heated en a
i roaring range even on the hottest summer day. Recreating
this scene from "the good old day*" I II Mr. Dot Loadholtes.
f 317 South Florida Ave. Lakeland, Florida who allowed she'll gladly return to her modern electric iron,
I comfortable clothes and cool kitchen. (Ledger Photo by
It.:! Perkins)

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Civic Music Association Now i ; >.;

One Of City's Cultural Assets

AMOcUllon Historian

One of Lakeland greatest .'
r n el ; cultural aueu is the Concert l 1

Association Organized! 28
years ago with a membership
of 300 it has grown to 1800 r
members, capacity membership y

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A During these 28 years Lake- ; I A
landers have 'become aware r
of the contribution the yearly
concert series has made toward
filling the musical needs
of a community such as Lakeland YE YE.SY
r whose citizens are Isolated
a to a large extent from
opportunities to hear opera,
concert artists orchestras and
+ musical ensembles
The group was organized 1 1Q
under the name of Lakeland i
Civic Music Aisociatlon J. ht r

Everett Allen was Its first ; .
I president. The) board of directors j.i i
was made up of the
presidents of various civic and '"
music clubs Of the original ,
board only three members
have remained active members
of the governing body.
They are Mrs. Roscoe N.
ya sP Skipper, Mrs. Nina Chilson and '
this writer.

Concerts were first held at j'
College Heights Methodist JL_ '
Church. Although the membership _,
roll was small and funds

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL-Uiittttm 'l'yi sa .ImHigh; Schod b sae .! the ..... Thli ...... photo ihcws the I.,. united, leading artists such as

po..t rl" .In eke .raf.... .' say ._, t4 P.lk C.."., It.. cut .J rira school ,'...t, with the adjoining .,.rts .n*.. Luboschultz and Nemenoff.
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Claudio Arrau, Jarmila No- CHARTER BOARD MEMOIRS Three the trlglM tord *f rflractors .f the
.A..... th. ... tch b the Into Smlw ,
public ,
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r vatna Griller String Quartet Ul.lan4 Cciucrt Ancl.Hoii .r* Mill .........n .f flat T"I"S 1 s..,. They ..., from loft, Mn.Glmn .
I and the late Mischa Levitskl Mwrftmi.. Mrs Nht,. Chit... .*4 Mr*. RMCM N. Ski".,. The ._Ioti.* was loosed 26
were engaged.In yMrs .{.. (UJfl.r phot ty Ftrkim, ).

I : RRI Laboratory Probes Air PollutionResources I 1941 Mr.George Allen as Curtice president.succeeded

World War II was declared Glenn W. Morrison revIew- Robert Shaw Chorale, Roger Concert-Association has contributed .
historian Wagner Chorale and the Or. to the culture and
during his administration and en.
Research Inc. scientists and technologists. D. Eisenhower during the bringing Into being an organization
It: wts decided to discontinue Mrs Morrison corresponding chestra San Pietro of Italy. joyment available to citizensof
(RRI!), established In Washington Today the staff numbers 18, European campaign. which covers the '
the concert series for the duo secretary of the National In this way the Lakeland Lakeland
in 1955, opened Its first under the direction of David entire field of environmental
laboratory In Lakeland In 1958, Barnes Headed Air District research and Investigation. ration of the war. Federation of Music Clubs, has ... ,.
with scientists/ and technolog Barnes, vice president and After the war Dr. McCabe The vacuum thus created In reviewed nearly all the as ,. '
lets engaged in extensive In. a director of RRf. Is a grad became chief of the coal the cultural atmosphere of sociation's concerts for The, ;,J.
vestigation of airborne fluorides uate of Lafayette College at branch of the U.s. Bureau of Vegetable Crops Lakeland was so great, the Ledger.
in relation to plants, Easton, Pa, and for 28 years Mines a position he left to late Dr. Ludd M. Spivey then During all the years until
animals and people was chemist for Standard Oil become the first director of president of Florida South- the 1963-64 season the association

Late In 1958 the firm opened of New Jersey and its affiliates the Los Angeles County Air Among State'sTop ern College encouraged by a was handicapped In that
Pollution Control District. number of musicians and music the only auditorium availableIn
its Washington laboratory to lovers, decided the vacuum which to hold concerts was
Two later Dr McCabe IndustriesMore
answer some of the complex The of RRI Is be Civic a.
president Dr. rejoined the U.S. Bureauof must filled Music inadequate In many ways.
problems related to man a en Louis C. McCabe. geologist was revived. The first artist
This season, through the court
Mines to direct the new office
vironment and In 1959 thefirm' and mining engineer. Earlyin of Air and Stream Pollu than 20 vegetable crops to be heard was Gyorgy San- esy of Florida Southern College
western laboratory was World War II DK McCabe are produced Florida dor
on a Hungarian pianist, the concerts are being
tion Research. He later became
opened in San Mateo Calif, served with the large commercial scale here Jan. 27 1945.
Army Corps chief of the Fuels and played held in the distinctive new +
I where the screening of drugs of Engineers attaining the Explosives Division. Presently Florida grows 350,. When the membership In. John Branscomb Memorial +I
research in public I health rank of colonel and holding 000 to 400000 acres of vege- creased the concerts were Auditorium. Here memberssit I
problems and industrial hy- of Chief of Utilities Dr. McCabe then accepted tables and melons
positions annually, moved to Mayhall Auditorium.Dr. in cushioned seats have
gle I n e and environmental in the Office of the Chief Engineer a commission as scientist- representing an Increase in Spivey was succeeded as full view of the stage and the !
studies were conducted. and Deputy War De- director In the U.S. Public acreage of about 50 per cent president by the late Colin accoustics are good. d'S' I 6 6r
Health Service serving as
Staff ExpandsThe partment Power Procurement staff adviser on air pollution.In In the past 20 years. O'More. professor of voice at The 100 seat capacity of
Officer He supervised the During this period, the production Florida Southern College anda the auditorium having been
Lakeland laboratory has and distribution of of 1983 RRI of
production August both oranges and all connoisseur of the arts. The reached the association now
expanded greatly since Its beginning coal In Belgium the Ruhr and merged with Hazelton Laboratories commercial vegetables Jumped
organization continued to has the largest membership In
with a staff of 10 the Saar of Falls
under Gen. Dwight Church. Va., about 400 per each.
......---.-----...-.. cent thrive under his leadership Its history. During the 23 6P..
I! 4 r The death of Mr. O'More In years the organization now
called Lakeland Concert Association
1958 caused the membershipto x
look to Ms wife Katherine has been active the $wi+ a

for leadership. With only a array of artists brought to
brief respite during the termsof Lakeland has been impressive. 41 (

y Mrs Minard Miller and Among the big name attractions -
John Z. Nelson she has headed heard here were Leonard

1 : the association ever since. Warren Jerome Hines George
Present officers of the association London, Dorothy Kirsten,
are Mrs. 0'More, president Mildred Miller Jan Peerce
Mrs. Charles Kells, first Blanche Thebom. Gina Ba- X 'r 1
I vice president Mrs Roscoe chaeur Nathan Mllstein Fer- 4t r tl
N. Skipper second vice president rante and Teicher Markov
Mrs.Thomas Blount, recording and Dolln Beaux Arts Trio I
secretary; Miss Angle Robert Joffrey Ballet, Fred SUNNY SMILE of Dr. Juliana Jordan marked some long
E. Keene membership secretary Waring Singers. National ago event. The date and occasion of the photo are not known,

; Mrs. Gordon Justus, corresponding Symphony, the symphony orchestras but someone thought the smile was worth saving and the
secretary; Max of Pittsburgh, Cincinnati photo has been reposing .In Ledger ,files for several years.

II II Selig treasurer: and Mrs. Houston and Detroit the (Ledger Photo) i

I2It ( Maddox Only Independent
: : .
= ." .. .. ." ": :::;,:.:>

'',:",, .' Still Operating In Polk Countv I

11-, w/ ', ,' ; ..I'S
I .'. Maddox Dairy has survived bodied In two awards given plex electronic beehive of was sold raw In hand-capped
... .,:. 40 years of competition to become to Maddox Dairy by the U.S. gleaming stainless steel equip.. bottles.
r4sa1II .: the only Independent Public Health Service in 1958 ment, the most modem available At that time, Maddox Dairy
f/!!! : .. :. dairy left in Polk County and and 1981. In government Inspection with the bottling machinery was in competition with about
the only dairy to operate Its the dairy earned alone valued at 4250,000. 23 small dairies which operated .
'' ;: own processing plant In the placement on an "honor roll' The dairy has come a long In and around Lakeland.
{ county. for Its sanitation measures way since 1924 when Maddox'. In 1951, Maddox Sr. retired
\ ; Now owned by Wlker Maddox scoring 90 per cent and higher father and mother and he operated and the dairy was taken over
II Jr., the dairy was startedIn in both years of the rigid Inspections one milking barn a by Walker Maddox who now
E>* CBSlleSEARCMlNC.Mt .. .: 1924 by his father F. W. In 1958, Maddox bottling plant and made deliveries directs a staff of 32 employes
1 .. '" Maddox Sr. with herd of 30 Dairy was the only one in
from Florida to earn honor roll with one truck.
Jersey cows every school the county
Louis C. McCabe, President Georgia slaws In 1981 it was Joinedby The center of operations then and Polk County Hospital

( Now the dairy has a herd of two other dairies, both in was known as a 'bottling said Maddox.
Problems man's environment his of it and Its relation to his .
concerning use about 1400. with 1,000 cows Pensacola.The plant" Instead of a "process "We're growing with the
health' and economy encompass our sphere of activity. furnishing the daily outgo of bottling plant Is a com ing plant" because the milk county" he says

; milk which totals 3000 gallons .

a day of the finished product __ I .dIIQ. --,,,... '.. _. ____ .""H..... _.
f SURVEYS according to Maddox. Y
Little Time Needed

LABORATORY RESEARCH The dairy's 540-acre complex
REPORTSAir on West Bella Vista Drive
represents the latest word in
dairy mechanization.It .

pollution research' Gr surveys Industrial waste disposal and takes 11 minutes for milkto
go from cow to bottle Mad
Water pollution recovery
dox "There not
says many
Water supply and sewage disposal Industrial hygiene dairies in the stat that can
Aquatic biology Industrial health studies do It." lr

Sanitary chemistry and bacteriology Inhalation toxicology Milk .Is never touched by human
Mineral & fuel development hands at Maddox Dairy
Complete chemical analyses he said. Cows at the principal I
milking bam -one of three -
are milked by automatic milk-
1246 Taylor Street, N.W., Washington,. D.C. 20011 TUckerman 2.4028 Ing machines. From these

P X Box 1566, Lakeland, Florida 33802, MUtual 6.4111 machines, the milk is piped
Into four holding tanks, each II
92 acre experimental ranch In California storing 2,500 gallons, and from
I there Into the processing plantsfor
pasteurizing homogenizing
I and bottling either Into
glass bottles or paper cartons
Milk originating In the other
two barns Is piped Into a 2,500 Sal
f nt gallon tank truck for deliveryto ,
:' 'e a the processing plant
1 Maddox Dairy has a fleet of
I ,' IS delivery trucks which haul r
the bottles and cartons of milk
t' .\ '. : : away every day to stores 4MSECRrr
throughout Polk County and to
)J I i a daily average of '500 families -
by home delivery.

I Proof of the dairy high 0' SUCCISS-A ..... d.hy had It ... .f the "_...." of ..,"... m 4.1"
l l standards and rigidly controlled 0.. .f tile fi..ooI 4.Iq .... I. '"01''' Ie tllet .f M...... Dairy. skew been. tile !hit 1..40..t
and Inspected facilities Is em dairy still epeeetiry I. this .....
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PROGRAM AT HOSPITAL Fit. I,*.*. .t t.k. end Dr. Charles I. Chi pm,ii; rtondlitf, left U rhr.! Dr. RobtrtWIlMn. .
had General Hospital creed ...... their director' Dr. J.K .. Dr. H.rU K. Mints sad Dr. Frank R. Wilkanra.Udgw i
Dominick' .t Hi. medical |ferary ., La....... G.n.r.1 He pitl. ( sJiote .? H.ihDlI.) ij
They .re, ...... l left I. right, Dr. Skirril Suw.rt, Dr. Dominick' j


, Hospital Intern Programs


.2' Grows Since InaugurationThe

con. .Lakeland General Hospital The 11 candidates were ing hospitals in the State of graduate physician with a review .1 !
denizenj. Polk County Hospital matched to the Joint intern Florida is the percentage of of the current status ..
Intern Program, now enterIng program by the National Intern attracting outstanding medical the fundamental medical sciences ,.;g' ii\ r .; ,,' ,;, ,;
In third year, has been. Matching Program whichis students to Polk County. as they apply to the '> !J I "!,> :f" .-. ,\ \ i ( :v"
- markedly successful In competing sponsored by the Association It'i not generaly realized physical state of the patient. ,, '(J"IIl." :;, <( N "I' p..,;
for graduates of American of American Medical Colleges that the daily patient census These are correlated with clinical ,, ", .', ; : .' .' <<\ "": J "
Medical School through the American Hospital of the Joint teaching programIs Instruction In those phases ( ,., '. '
out the country. Association the American averaging approximately of each medical specialty 41 \i"! ;tJ'! .. b '
Beginning with five interns Medical Association, and the 576 patient This patient loadis where their application is .,, ', 'I'.'J.'>.! '
a ihort 20 month ago, the Student American Medical the second largest In Florida most significant. :.ri \ '\1. .\ ':. .' '
Intern Program has ," \, .. '
rapidly Association. being surpassed only by Special clinics In Cerebral j \ 'i .\ "
increased In me ai statistics Each participating hospitaland the Jackson Memorial Hospital Palsy, Diabetes, Allergy, l :" : (.. !W', < ;.' < >, I ..' I 'I'" t.<>" "' ,'
ahow. medical student submit In Miami. The quality of Urology, Tumors, Cardiology, \ h-P 'J :. 'f ,, : ." t t "': t
The joint program which confidential list of their selection instructor, facilities and the Gynecology and other specialized ;' I. "" .;, .I\.t.t ,f\ .,,' \\I !t'; J, / : It '
j operate in both hospital on / to the headquarter overall teaching program are clinics round out the ., ,, }" ,J f/!;
a cooperative basil Is basedon of the matching program In important factors when the training of the young physi ., ..,, ". ..,.. I 'I." ''", .',"r'_'.''. ''I' 'r.' I .,, ., ,, ,'" I1", '
the accreditation of both Illinois, during January of interns are considering the cian. \ ,\\1 t(<;, .-i! '. *, ,., \ ,\' """ 'I
.. '
hospital by the Joint Commission each year. This list shows his final phase of their training.The Special emphasis Is placedan 'Ai 'i1'<..J.A" 'Ai' "
y ( .N, '
; 't" .
appointed by the order of Lakeland General Hos. Ii (
preference the electrocardtog'aphythrough .
leading national medical, surgical hospitals he has visited or applied pital is beginning an era of special lectures and ,r.- f;. ;,. 'I i
and hospital association to for admission. Each expansion of facilities that daily readings of electrocardi- ( }f Jf4. \; '; 1'
!. In addition, both hospital participating hospital also submits will permit more patients in ographic tracings on current l 'I 'if : .' ,' ; :: .
have achieved approvalby a similar list, rankingthe central Florida to come here heart patient in the hospital. !3. :,is :.; 't
the Council on' Medical prospective Intern In order for their medical care. The rotating Internship is ., /f: ',4' <<
Education of the American Over 40 per cent of the patients '
of preference, baled on designed to train young physicians
: :
Medical Association for the' Information about the student treated in the Lakelandarea to become competent. ;; : :
post graduate training of furnished by the dean of media are from out-oftown conscientious family physi '" ,
.. medical graduate during cal school: concerned. Both areas.. This area gradually cians. ' ''' : ; : )
"X thell.1lmemalltp-ud..dlncyF. .preference 118.i are then processed expanding Some patients are The treat need of today are .., ',, .
coming from distant points .c i' ",'
'yean.At through a computer and more family doctors to act as '
the present .time there matching are made. such as Vero Beach. the family medical advisor ,
are nine interns In the program The internship program at Another reason that competition and guide, to serve as the prl. : /' 'R' )
divided between both the Polk County Hospital and li keen for intern between mary diagnostician and the ;, ,. r; .. j I II

hospital Each one rotate the Lakeland General Hospital nation hospital I II that all there over Is the a primary therapist. In the ..;..14!>, "J;S!,. 0 County l' I I
every three months throughthe Is progressing exactly ac. Thoroughly grounded
shortage of interns to '
Department! of Internal cording to the plans made by fill the vacancies occurring fundamentals of diagnosis the .
Medicine, Surgery, Obstetric.,. the original committee of physicians annually in the nation newly family doctor decides on the ?
headed Dr. AlbertG. need for special procedures or
Gynecology, and Pediatrics.Two '
built Over J4.000.
-of the present class of King Jr. and supported by 000,000 has been expended in additional consultants.The t. :::'
the Board of Commissioners Interns In the "
t Intern, Doctor Sherrlll Stewart County new hospital construction In joint program
and Doctor Robert E. of Polk: County and the II have an opportunity to ;
Wilson, will complete their Internship the Board of Trustee of the past years.Vacascies gain experience here if long ;"
II' in October, 1964 and Lakeland General Hospital and High hours mean anything. Each h"h
\\In" January, 1965, respectively.The the Administrative and Media In 1963 there were 13,000 Intern Intern Is on duty 84 hours : '
the other eight will complete cal Staffs vacancies throughout the weekly Including day and e Ir
Irs. their studies on June 30th of The fact that the joint program nation and only 7,500 medical night every fourth night. They ,
this year. obtained 11 of the 12 Interns graduates available. attend over 300 clinical conferences 1
Actually In July there will that were sought I II a There have been rapid during this period in ; ,
tribute to the support of the stride In standards of medIcal addition to the many hours
be two remaining and 11 new medical staffs of both hospitals care In Polk County and they spend In the operating '
Interns for a total of 13. and other physicians in particularly In the Polk County room and the delivery rooms /:
y The new Intern and their Polk County.. Both medical Hospital and the Lakeland and the indigent clinics. They ; ; ,
school are: John J. Knapp, The ultra in 100 Xray \ '
staff have contributed countless General Hospital. participate over ; :
Lewis J. Edgemon. Ellie M. conference led ;;
hour in conducting leo modem hospital In Lakelandwill by highly ,
Hartog, Barry J., LaClair.Brsxton lures seminars and work: be enlarged this year by trained radiologist tt" I, '.';."';I, }" Odidoaa
W. Price, and D. .
150 beds Many of the intern are vulnerable '
with the physicians. '
Kenneth Wise, all from the rounds young : 'I ;
The establishment of the to special draft for 1. : .
; .
University of Miami School of modem hospitals and the medical officers by the armed Jl '.. ,'
ed Medicine. Lakeland General Leads presence! of the postgraduate force Several have enteredthe '/ r'7"
Coming from the Universityof The outstanding services of medical teaching program has U.S. Navy, U.s. Army and i" "" "
ry Indiana are: Paul C. Horn the program Is attested by Its attracted medical specialists Public Health Service. Four :...
'rut. Harry D. Shull Jr. Leon J. statistics table showing that to Lakeland from all over the have chosen the field of Aerospace y : r \
,'1' Stoller and Penlngton R. the joint Lakeland General United States.Instruction medicine and duty in ,
d.od. Wimbush. Hospital Polk County Hospital is presented by the V,S. Air Force for a period :And GO do all! the great Florida'citrue counties. Because
Albert R. Folds Is a graduate teaching program had advanced lectures, demonstrations, lab of two yean prior to returning .
er of the Duke University. to the enviable position oratory work, conferences, to Florida to establish
VIs.. School of Medicine. of leading the 14 teach- and clinics to provide the their medical practice. ::a '" ;O.'Jjte: the happy, new'nickname'for Florida'orange Juice

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. orange, juice :"OJ.: It sounds 'like fun. Like something that

t ta.r HAt (enjoyable'any hour of the day
Aw s eP it' a

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LtiY appearing bottles, cans and cartons""ma" irigfjno'

Florida' :' orange juice easy toTroc In'sto'ea}

4i The h usewjfe:will know she's* buying the ;VreaJ thing

I from Florida.1 I

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Florida orange juice. It's well on i its wayto'heJpi'ngFlorida


citrus centers move'ahead by moving ,more'orangea.:




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t 1 I Saturday .Morning, March 21, IH4__ LAKELAND LEDGER Pwsde For DecUkm


( Lakeland Little Theater Grew.. .

(I From Junior Welfare Follies HereBy W1.

Ledger Little Theater '
f1 M '9tbll 6 ,F Fe Columnist 1f' '

A decade of progress for ; 1

4 Lakeland Little Theater would

,of t at encompass almost Its entire .)1 '

history for despite early abortive -

efforts that date to the k J1 tt' ,

twenties, the current organization l .

began In 1951. Because LLT a 1

has been a success, both artistically xAi
and financially since .
Its Inception, It has an aura
F i
of tradition and theatrical {

dignity indicating a much ,''v.
longer history
ART GUILD at Tigertown house painting classes open to Lakeland area residents and
winter visitors The last Thursday night of each month, a program Is presented which if The Theater Is Indirectly Indebted
open to the public. Major art exhibits are prepared by the Guild twice each year. to the Junior Welfare
League for having the courage -

to get under way In the
Lakeland Art Guild
first place The League for-

merly presented a variety t

show each year as Its prin-
.Rtln ,
Among Most Active cipal moneymaking project,
with a professional director
from New York In charge.

By MRS. WILLIAM A. HARM N contents totally destroyed by The finest one they ever had
President Lakeland Art Gull, the resulting fire, It was estit was a James Dias, whose .
CflfHtiff MlHome One of the most active ar'' mated that the Guild lost S3,- warmth and vitality so completely
500 worth of charmed a few of the
equipment in the
!Maker groups In the state Is the Lake
blaze League girls that they persuaded -
land Art Guild which has 20(, Mr Marchant came to the him to stay and directa
.y NICK SPAGNOLA members, a staff of eight t rescue of the devastated Guild trial play to determine community -

I'm often Isk. teachers and conducts classes i I by making available an even Interest in a theater IARLY DAYS OF UT-feriwnJ h the rJM! ?*( Die Mill America, wfta 4....,.' I Itt *. III" *.*; Ceeraje G'kMHf as Huh
'.d, "What the I every weekday morning Sat, more spacious building nearby Mrlii *f Tv Iliad M'.." ...rio. the IOrf, Hye .' UiitanJ distilled LLT Mmkwi Pest ttlbmraj" M,r,u,rlt CtlUliMj cad
most popular afternoon and This building, also part of UH Tti..fer, were, frees loft, daises Dy.., !Ita lime .'m or; weed M ,.**., UN Gj..... vJUNIOR
period or stylefurniture urday two( the Tigertown complex, still _" M." Ainti (lobi) Dobkiiif MM! Nays !... Langley, L.h.4'1,
of i II : nights week. serves as headquarters ands

the presto I The Lakeland Art Guild ha teaching studio for the guild For three year. Jimmy was
\ time? grown rapidly from a very As membership Increasedand the soul and spirit of this
Ingeneral I, small In 1958,
beginning. a early difficulties were fledgling group, giving thoaewho
1963 will be re handful of artists eager to promote overcome, Guild services to t.: a worked with him and
m.mbered asIT art In Lakeland met at the community expanded In they were many the inspiration
the year of the I the home of Mrs Winifred Setheimer cooperation with the Parks to contribute whatit
J'A g e of Elegance" This group formed the and Recreation Department, took to start a successful
: in fur. nucleus of the present art summer art classes for schoolchildren theater The old Broadway
guild. are conducted magnetism drew the Diases ''',' ..
Early American, Italian The embryo art guild met in throughout June and July from Lakeland, though reluctantly .t
and French Provincial, Med vacant houses empty stores Classes .MI but they left here 8
Dally r
terranean and almost anyplace offered the foundation k C
Traditional and .1. a of a first-rate y
Contemporary are all more that was large enough to ac- Saturday morning classes aaattearPf Little Theater. ,
popular than ever and they commodate easels, paint box for school children are con Our decade would begin, vw(.
all have one thing in com es and other necessary equipment ducted year around at Guild then, where the Dieses let off, .np
mon that special something I studios Adult classes also are with a year of fruitless
which is best expressed Chartered In 1958 conducted every day of the ,- ., searching to find another dI-
by the word ELEGANCE week except Sunday, and In yr rector just like Jimmy Dlas
In 1958, the Lakeland Art every media. Classes are < Many mysteries cloud our
And elegance is demon. Guild came of age and was taught by professional artists brief past; one of them la how Pa
rated by richer fabrics, I affiliated with the Florida Fed- well-known in Florida art circles we survived a year in whichwe s
carved frames, quilted sofas nation of Art, chartered and A schedule of classes appears had four directors. Out of
and chairs, decorative wallpapers Incorporated as a non profit in The Ledger each that ordeal came the beat director -
and accessories, prfUle organization of that year. week.
that one could ask for
I floral l arrangements, At this time, Joker Mar. Twice yearly, the Art Guild Frank Cassidy who endured
wrought iron and crystal I chant, director of the Parks presents a major arts and us from 1934 until the spring
chandeliers, and anything and Recreation Department of crafts exhibition, to which the of 1958.H .
that contributes to a feeling I the City of Lakeland, recoa'nlzed public is invited at no charge
Was Perfectionist la r
of grandeur in home a
your the contribution an organization The guild participates in
This feeling be such as this could smaller exhibits throughoutthe Frank came from New
may ex I York, and h. brought New
pressed In room in make to the city He obtainedfor year
York with him in the standard
the guild one of the former -
your houM. It property don. I Public Invited
he result will give your military buildings at Lod- of excellence that h. set 4'
home the look of luxurious \ wick Field now known as Ti The last Thursday night of for LLT.productions. He was 1
each month the Art Guild sr a brilliant act designer and a
vlng I gertown, which is owned by presents '
the city. a program to which the perfectionist la their exe u- ,
You can sea a complete itection I With the acquisition of a spacious public is Invited. Classes are tion. Under his quiet and demanding .
of furniture and scessorles place In which to meet, suspended for the night and a leadership we became .. M.
on display at our I the guild began a teaching topic of interest to art.minded something more than atypical '.
Itor. And we offer you decorating I program. Interested persons of persons is presented by a amateur group He "\ ': \,
service without coil I all degrees of painting ability speaker or panel. A social set for us goals that mattered \, ',. ;,;,t, : f:
or obligation.MATHER were enrolled In classes Membership hour follows these programs and we labored with joy to ft,> {" I
rapidly grew to nearly The Lakeland Art Guild was meet them.
a hundred persons. host to the annual conventionof A metropolite at heart Catsity -
FURNITURE the Florida Federation of too left us to pursue a _
Lightning Strikes Art, Inc., in the fall of 1962 career In theater in New

UO N. M.M. Av.. Two years later, In the summer and In the fall of 1963 a memo York, where he has worked in
of 1960, the building housng ber of the Lakeland group was off Broadway productions, appeared -
Phone MU 2- lll the Art Guild was struck elected president of the state In television plays, and
by lightning and structure and federation written several plays
-- --I,: He was succeeded by Hal
Lawrence, a veteran theater
1 GEORGIA TILLMAN struck man with years of experience WELFARE LEAGUE FOLLIES, formerly presented each year as a moneymaking
I this pose during rehearsal for in all phases of show business project, gave itafestruck Lakelanders the courage to organize a little theater group
'I. ,- the 1952 edition of the Junior and a summer theaterof hen This old photo from Ledger files shows rehearsals for the 1952 Follies The gals are,
.y.. I Welfare League Follies Now his own in Cedar Grove, from left Georgia Gibson, whose husband Bin.I Is current president of Lakeland Little The
\j.OCIU! I 'wl I she's Mrs. Bill Gibson, but still N J. As the Methodist steel Mildred Call and Edith Pickering, but the only one of the boys Identified la Bobby
: Interested in the theater She I.I Is church has an itinerant ministry Paul, right Georgia has starred in many LLT productions.
a I mainstay of Lakeland Little so our Little Theaterhas
Theater and her husband is an Itinerant directorship clde they would serve us and I same thing Although there bad a children's workshop

... president of its board of directors about every three or themselves best by moving are many community theaters each season, and most seasons
for the entirefamily :,;" ,..-J? III I-. (Ledger photo). four years our directors de- on, and we often decide the that have had the same leadership have done a play Just for
-T for 20 yean or more, the children 'The Theaterhas
II we have found that new directors consistently helped the
INC. with fresh approaches Junior Welfare League with
with best Ml our needs their splendid work In chil
a. tr / I Has Zest Fer Theater dren's theater.

Such a director was our More than a hundred playsare ,
I present one, Jon Barry Wilder behind us, and our biggest I
: .... I who began his tenure In problem Is In choosing each I
1961. Straight from graduate season those which will equal
work at the University of them. Those who follow the
Pennsylvania, he gave us one Broadway season know that
fJlEllrUA of the best seasons In our history good scripts are hard to find;
r Srt during his very first that good shows run forever,
year. His youth and vitalitywere and that small town audiences -
Infectious, and a seat no offense Intended,
for good theater was reflected just a means of distinguishing i : I
In both the audience and the from New York audiences
Tlu _.....
; jt production company. are no more anxious to j
LLT today mirrors something see the poor ones than New
of each of these gifted Yorkers were Hard to approach \
%; Rio1ErY m"" Any theater benefits in merit are such
from such diversity of talents. ductlona of ours as "pro'I'I
.. THE goals and techniques; we Diary of Anne Frank" ,
know that each one made tective Story. "Mr. Roberts -
'= 'f.. ... t his own indelible mark here. ," "Inherit the WInd"
PROGRESSIVENAME Under the spell ef Dias "No Time for Sergeants," and
i AGRICULTURAL SPRAYING confidence this group attempted "Death of a Salesman" I
a full-ecale Broadway
IN OUTBOARDSGLENS e AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY musical In its first season Above Nalleaal Average

f CONTRACT CHARTER -nooertawe recall with ANTA figures oa a national
gentle Indulgence BOW as scale say that the average
SIGHTSEEING r pretty small stuff but .It community theater membership .
marked theater annals to Florida la about one percent of
4w. SURVEY aa a first The musical the population If we are to
CARGO f 1 that ends the season has been use this seek' thea our membership -
i r a must ever since it la generally has bees above the
M wRITE Will ) the audience favorite. national average ever sine
Ste? r BOAT SALES j .J ). To our credit art such mats our Inception We range froM
\ aa "Oklahoma! "Km M.. (00
patrons la our teas
: years
: "
__..+ "Brigadoon. The to almost 1100 this year, our
AIR-ILORIDA.INe. Pajama GameThe
King biggest to data. With the
and I. and a half doses current rate of growth la

i! more Lakeland we are preparing
Presented CaOdrea's Play for a phenomenal future.
MERCURY OUTBOARD : In our first year we also
)/.tlic Unique to lie Is our traditional
7tdt c6YYKtt presented a children's play, Hammy Dinner This
: a Gilbert and Sullivan
event la our sole social affairof
Sales, mi ServiceLakeland'
that Is of
one the
I brightest the
I year, where deserving
1415 I. Parker MU 2-3759 ., POST ornc6S23I19 IO .... ULAND. e I lights of our past We have actors la various categories t tare
lie and
permits the bammiestof
awarded small ceramic I
Hongir *2 the members to show off pigs celebrating their achieve

Iclsland Municipal Airport a bit fat an uninhibited program _nt. The climax of the Mason -
entertainment, a I
'" the dinner follows the
euphemistic term. musical If opea to .the pubt -

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LEDGER Decade for Decbiot
Saturday! Morning! ,-March 28, 1M4 .

Kraft Foods Plant ,. Tourist Club -


Becomes ,: Plays Big RoleIn
,.tta.;\ ..:,

Lakeland LifeSince

Of Citrus I Industry tIa

It was organised in
192, the Lakeland Tourist
The multl million I dollar gain. At the end of the ses Club has played Its part In the
Kraft Foods plant Just west of son, caih was so short that community and business life
Lakeland It a showplace of the firm was unable to pay Its of Lakeland.
the vast citrus Industry utility bills The City of Lakeland r,1
Over the yean the membersof
Kraft, a world.famoui account over
to the next citrus season the Lakeland Tourist Club
foods, cam to Lakeland In
19M Only the Impossible was difficult have been the direct cause of

It all resulted from to accomplish at the bringing many people from all
a trip to new Lakeland
Industry More of the United States of
Lakeland In 1950 by a 22.year- ind more people began parts
old student at New York Unlvertity. ing citrus salad-orange buy and America and C.nada'ane with

He made the trip In a grapefruit sections, pineapple this association many hive
10 year old Ford convertible, chunks with a few bits of marl. made It their permanent home.

llli name to Charles H. Stein. chino cherries added for eye ." There are over 40 per cent

Assets Nil appeal. ,.;..:a _"" ..\ ._ _...... __. .. of the Lakeland Tourist Club
In 1954, gross sates hit $2:
When located
the youthful business membera permanently
and the had
man-college student came to a fleet of refrigerated trucks KRAFT FOODS' ATTRACTIVE OFFICI SECTION. In Lakeland at this time
Lakeland, hit chief assets were L
to make deliveries
to the east
determination, drive Ntnd
vision and mid-west.
There were .00
financial assets were employes, and
Orange State
almost nil had plane for entering the frot
. This story really should be- en concentrate business
gm on the beautiful campus of 1958, there were 520 employes By YOUR FRIENDLY STORE

the U.S. Naval Academy the firm was using more than

Annapolis 1 million boxes of citrus annually .
There was a midshipman and Orange State had
there, and his name was Stein one of the
largest payrolls In
Charles H. Stein Actually, his Lakeland

great ambition was to be a Then came the day when
lawyer. So, when the war the telephone switchboard
situation quieted down, hit resIgnation at Orange State rang operator j47 with Service

was turned In at the Stein to Inform him that a
academy. "Mr. Pound" was waiting to
Stein came to Florida and see him. KEEPING
enrolled at the University of The "Mr. ",,',, -x _
turned out
Miami. ,tA.;; ,
to Orel Pound, president of
Ever-alert to the beckoningof "I\f......,
Kraft Foods at the time
opportunity, Stein and a fellow ardent believer In the futureof .."
student law a market in Florida. <> C.;I .
the Miami area for fresh cit. I> '
Stein was Informed that
rui lections They began producing Kraft, or the parent company, :mr A t ,1
citrus salad In theirboul'l National Dairy Products Corp, ;:;
away from classes. New York, was Interested in

Moved To New York acquiring the Lakeland corporation ,.-; '
i.t /
Kr.ft.was about.to become )1'W'; : 51. A> ,
The market possibilities .. '
looked greater In New York, vast Florida a major citrus factor Industry.in the OF POLK COUNTY + w. \ # W: I
10 Stein transferred to New a t e
York University With the helpof Firm Acquired! 4 yry

some other students, he pro On May 25, 1(58, the Wall -
duced fresh citrus salad pack Street Journal informed the
aged In glass containers. He business world that National ,, THE NEWEST AND
specialized In tales to the In* Dairy was acquiring Orange
stitutional trade- hotels and State and two affiliated com e YET ONE OF THE ,
restaurants, In particular. panles In Lakeland for 17.218
Even in his student days, tharet of the stock of the New ::6 OLDEST
Stein was too astute not to York corporation
realize that New York City The transaction providedthat I APPLIANCE
was too far away from the Stein was to become the
source of his raw materials- general manager of the Kraft STORES I IN "- ,- N # a FN.r
Florida oranges and grapefruit Citrus Division In only a mat
Thus, came the trip to ter of months, Kraft an- jV LAKELANDTHE .,
Florida In the old convertible nounced long-range plane for .
And an Industry was born. the construction of a multimillion -
The original capitalizationwas dollar citrus processing
W.000.-loam from relatives plant just west of the city. MEN OF TYREE'S DELIVERY
and friends As Stein Out of this background came
tells It"When: the huge Kraft production facilities _.; AND SERVICE DEPT. WITH THEIR TRUCKS ,

I got to Lakeland, I on the company's Tit- CARL TERLEMAN
tonic a room and looked acre site off West Memorial STORE MANAGER The Wisilnj h FAST lot Sirltgt 6KMTI
< A horn own. ,
the f Boulevard Kraft
aroynd citrus area decided now produces
.' '
and ,
.r long time mldent of Lok. 'ry
that our business should several millions of gallons of
land! Ovir 20 ytom experience In the 1
be located In Lakeland, because orange Juice annually, In addition oppllanct field, He's ready to serve _:. --- AUTOMATIC loLpmnt ",'
the nicest reception I to ton and tons of frozen you. Hobby It fishing I
got anywhere was at the orange concentrate, chilled 3 CYCLE
Chamber of Commerce-especially fruit salad new, high density
from John Bryson and concentrate, and animal citrus
Levie D. Smith. feed. nun $171]

21 Persons Hind 1,400 Employed -, Now ODh

Orange State Processing Needless to say, Kraft now '
Co, with Stein as president, Is one of the most Important So much leoufy and
opened Its business In a former companies in the economic life EMrwtalnimnf for M Eiffel

soft-drink plant on Lincoln of Greater Lakeland The firmat *21" TV eea"
Street. The firm employed a the height of the season employs ;> S, */ Ya.ads .d rear. e.ewMy l[ Cn '"
total of 21 persons--seven peelers more than 1,400 persons: ? ill ft weir m eieM are *AM-FM Radio e Paw rw S30995

and 14 sectionlzers it has an annual payroll of '2f w ., tM WUWW IMMW i "asa." .*.. te lit-R Sftre a Aa_ ..... ..:IT
million and It
during about M
president's salary ; purchases lalnx oa Lw Mill MtamNt f IM/ N raw
the company's first yearof more than $10 million x l4et.ttita tlt4MegIns' a..r 5. ea.5d, T.a .wtI$ as M. loviir CHiiir MHIII AND uiieTia NAIIWOOD CAIINITI"
operations was $1,300. Per worth of Florida citrus ...chye.r. y M t.a.l.a .,IN N semi Nmy, N w. i.en hi Wld.ilry.Ses se -; .me. edwe d"J4' .Nb .raw .
not month. The company, alreadyone e aphis r SM. s d wna, r.er...wd n.Nay since e..rd sbuw r.ry bib = rMerl'e Ior" t
year per f t 1 ..rtort efeMre .M Ik* ewe
Few are the businesses that of the most Important In
Just open their doors and the the Industry, continues Its 1 1V
tales and profits roll in long range expansion pro 4ZIfl LI'm
Orange State was no exception gram. S
At one time, the plant This the progress story In DIRECT FACTORY
shut down, but Stein wnn't Lakeland of Kraft Foods-and WILLIAM LASSITER }
Loal'It f ip c[rf hl'N, jo! DISTRIBUTORSAVINGS
H. Stein "
deterred. He got it opened Charles SALESMAN William halls from "
Virginia but now rooks hit home In HE-MAM, NEAP _DUTYWESTIUQHOUSE t
FlorIda. H. hoi hod over 10 yean .
experience 'In this busineu H. con 23" TV Console/ ,
FMC Supplies Florida advise you! Hobby It sports of oil
kinds.' Now Onl, .
I AUTO.MtTIO $179 s 95 M Mi
f 169 F ikp
Citrus EquipmentFMC i WISHER ...

-, Welf h-te-Scve deer

Corporation, knownas Change and mechanizationare I rv AirermrHe Rut ejectw| Oiled Welimt Weed

Food Machinery Corporation FMC'a main objectives.New 1 + 11 See '. Wcaw fever Mend-Wired CebimtAD

until 1961, supplies a maJor food processing, machinery Aetometlt $... .|...erTMi *23,000 Velt Fewer
II constantly being if Phase
portion of Florida citrus designed by company engineers a . plants with up-to-date processing and technicians The ... b* far ywiu .... ,.." to MUM) H).,a Fidelity Seed CMrtil atn rna
equipment. latest citrus processing de- NMW W*. 1w e ,.. .... I Ut H buy Hwe'l kl"| ....... vtewln sad tep ..% englneerte, ell In see
Although the firm la main- velopment U the firm's Color- I ..... Mllly MM. ..*.. .t ntkfWI a (lowly furaitur, .... $lve T.w seme Meaty end eiieyiMti{ far
K end ,. ..
ly involved with citrus processing Scan machine. This machine 1 yeers .r.
machinery, it Is a diversified electronically reads the colorof
fruit and sorts It out as to NO slot. NO SLUSHI
plant. The name mr m m rom ALWAYS WANTED!
t change came as a result of color. N.._tIII' HIM mid MONEY!
the diversification and Flavor-Seta and ColorAdare ,r
plant's '
two other de- t
and entry into other production processes tie ;
areas veloped by FMC. Flavor-
Presently the plant Is engaged Seal gives fruit a protectivewax FROST --
In four divisions of coating and prevents
{ production citrus processing shrinkage Color-Ad is a color ROBEKT VANWINKLE TOP orBOTTOM '
r and canning machinery; fruit additive identified on muchof I WESTINBHOUSt DELUXE
SALESMAN Robert o .-tim. -
land vegetable) machinery: the country's fresh fruit. resident Lokelond. Hs'e still e student + I? Refrigerator Freezer
f steel forma for pre-etreised A Urge staff of engineersand so works only evenings for us BIG''15
|concrete; and wind machinesfor technicians are employedby 'uM, complete has Itud,... Hobby ,
{ frost protection.The FMC to developmental it electronics. WITH IOOMT '

Florida division of research for the company. I 14Ub.J I now $246
FMC 1 I-ated in Lakeland, is Research In efforts to mech- .
responsible for tremendous anize more food processing I ritlma i ONLY
and gains procedures, is a constant
growth marketing loLpjoirtb .... .. .....
in the area east of the Rock challenge at the Lakeland It c.. era I #c.m ,.: e... e ww.t
lea Florida's division distributes plant. The most recent Innovation *c.... 1_ --.,
products in all but came about three WESTIIGHOUSE Deluxe REFRIGERATOR :g= ,." r r..e":ewe 1 a_I
four of the eastern states years ago with the develop'ment 349
Growth is evident In com of a grapefruit peeler 77 U.b ,; Seree 168 ft bottom FREEZER . DON'T WAIT! THESE WOHT LAST LONG!

pany records between the and sectionalutcr. A can filler ......... ..... effwederwkefe.
nIl b Me eratrteer Iwo deer MBfy ever
is another mechanized pack M ,.tiro rewtele ........ ......
years 1950 and 1963. During "as b. .."-- fans. s.ew sad5 d.h..rl.et oIWHIt Tee weet fM enrltilH re wmpere wM tkb We l klfIAI9AINI
this span, business has more ing procedure being developed dew sawse a Le -- wee.d.e..r isle ..redide shpe M d.iws My awe seal .ees aS
than doubled. The company's at the Lakeland FMC. I A a.eelid ker* M .e N+wt. Sac .wy.sewdes

volume went from over W Officers at FMC Corporation ':30. $:30
million In 1950 to almost $8 Include: Howard I.. Shan-
million In 1963. With the Increase non, vice president of the E:30.9:30e
In volume came both corporation, and district manager
\9e an employe Increase and pay- ; Donald A. Metager, LAKELAND HOME APPLIANCE CO.
roll boost In 1950 FMC em- general sale manager; Rob- .
f ployed 275 people, with a pay ert A. Fordyce, controller; 1
roll of II million. In U 3. Dr. R. E. Ccrwe, research director
510 were employed by FMC, : W C Belk, chief engineer 228 S. Florida Ave. Phone 6820161KELAND
and the annual payroll climbed : and M. H. Hender
ever the $2: million mark. son, personnel manager

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LAKELAND: LEDGER Decade For Decision
Saturday Morning, March 28, 19M<<

History Of Home Demonstration Clubs .

I w g. Chronicle Of Polk In 'Good Old Days' I

lowing Informal history of the
Home Demonstration Clubs In

Polk County was prepared by r, ,Nt.
Mrs. Willis McCIaln of Ban Y M

11 tow and M.... Lee Padgett of
Lakeland both long time T
riA members et Home Demonstration .
; Mataalry tt; Clubs,)

Miss Alma Wilder was appointed _
Home Demonstration
Agent for Polk County In 1914.
She served two months During
this time she organizedfour
Girls' Tomato Clubs

Miss Verda Thompson, now
Mrs. E. O. Garland, wa appointed b
. agent In May 1914 and tic
1 s+ +" served two years before resigning

Mrs. Garland visitedall w
rural schools to enroll girls|
In Tomato Clubs Each girl
was to plant % acre tomatoes .
care for and can the
surplus. Free seed was furnished
and labels for tomato
c.ns. She traveled by train
and by horse and buggy to remote -

Vr ,rc Y sections of Polk County,
1 P In 1915 all-day picnics were
held combining political r.llyswith
canning demonstrations
At that time canning was done
outdoors using tin cans, old M!
fashioned sealing irons. Two
exhibits of finished productswere
shown In Tampa and one b
at Fort Meade. Miss Floy
Brown (Mrs. George Coats) a

CITRUS LEADER-Ion* e loodor I I" tin cltnii Indmtry, Minvto; Mold fiat bocomo. 0 byword of Homeland won first state

I for lolity t* million; of A..I...... Thli li I fit 0..10'' photo ol Hit Minute Meld plant ft A".".... prize for her exhibit. The MODERN KITCHEN-1923 VERSION Since it was one Ford DeHaven of Winter Haven (mother of Mrs. Dennis W..
exhibit was also shown at
dolt, whor tho ecmpony oporotoi ont ol Folk County's largoit piano.I. Lakeland and was bought for of the most modern kitchens In Polk County In 1923, the kitchenof Kelley of Lakeland) and the late Mr, Gilman Drew of Eagle

ITALY BUYS CATTLE $25 by a Lakeland realtor, Mr. W. B. Swearingen' Eagle Lake home was the scene ofa Lake. Modern touches in the kitchen pictured included the
I ROME-Italy Is Importing cat. Medulla Club Organized class in French cookery that year. Pupils were members of toe space at the base of built-in cabinets compact c burning
Memorialize Your tie from Argentina. An experimental The first "Mother Club" the Winter Haven Civic League. The teacher was Miss Mosel range and electric lights and water heater. Mr*. DeHaven
I shipment of 620 steen wa organized in 1915 at Frost Preston of Auburndale, then assistant Polk County Home Demonstration recall that shortly after this picture was made, she becamethe
Departed Ones With A was tent from Latin America proof with 10 members Medulla agent. Pictured are, from left, Miss Preston, an first Haven housewife to have an electric range and refrigerator -
recently as an experiment. Ultimately Club was organized the unidentified pupil, a woman thought to be the late Mrs. Juhlerof in her home.
t tales of up to 50,000 same year with 12 members. Winter Haven, the hostess, the late Mrs. Swearingen;' Mrs.S .
MONUMENT I cattle a year are foreseen, Mrs. Stroud, mother of Mrs.
L. Collins, was first president ton, the first assistant Home Elmo Bridges, Mrs. Walter In December 1937 member
II of Medulla Club. Mrs Demonstration Agent of Polk Costine and Mrs. Rosalie of Providence Club carried
Of Serene Dignity, Pride and First Federal Grows R. 0 Pipkin, a charter memo County. The Agent and Assistant Bowen were chartered mem- fresh eggs to their Christmas
Beauty ber, Is still active in Medulla Agent drove 10,799 bers and are still active in party and auctioned eggs to
Club. Her total years in Home miles and wrote 2,789 letters!111? club work. raise money for a clubhouse.

.Of Quality Workmanship ;Since Opening In 34 Demonstration work are 47. The Polk County Federationof
Mrs. Garland resigned In Women's Clubs awarded to

Of Enduring Marble or Granite 1916 to rear a family. Miss Louise Clard a scholarship Ib
.a First Federal Savings and opened In 1934. By the time Mrs. Dora R. Barnes was to study home economics.

Loan Association of Lakeland, the Association moved to Its appointed agent to replace During 1924 and 1925 exhibits -
which will open Its second second location at 227 S, Ken Mn. Garland and served Into were prepared and
branch this June, has grown tucky Ave. In 1950, assets 1917. Mrs. Barnes and the shown In Tampa and Jack I
steadily since Its 1934 Lakeland had climbed to $4,275,000. ButFirst club members were requestedby sonville.

4i e opening.Mrs Federal 1 kept growing I the Bartow Trade Association Two girl's camp and one
'pNral Annie Leigh Sessions, and I when It moved into Its to prepare an exhibit of woman's camp were held at
T president of the Association, present building In 1957 It citrus products to send the Camp Miller.
expects the future of the organization claimed assets of $19,000,000. National Citrus Show in San {
In 1925 the federal
to be "very bright"because Meanwhile the Grove Park Bernadino, Calif. The exhibit ment Miss
appointed Godbeyand
of the anticipatedboost branch, located at the silver Mrs.
corner won a loving cup.
Miss Preston to to Europe
the national economy of Crystal Lake Drive and Barnes organized eight Women' go
BUY DIRECT AND SAVE THE should get from the effects of Meadowbrook Ave. openedin Clubs, making a total of for a study of agricultural
products, arts, crafts
the recent tax cut.Brancb 1961. Now the opening of 10 Women's Club and had
20% TO 40% SALESMAN'Sv and foods. In Denmark they
\ Near the Association' **c o n d 100 girl Interested In homemaking studied
\ agriculture
'j branch I* only few month.
Already, First Federal of a at her resignation and home economics school*;'
OUR PRICES Lakeland Is the largest savings away. In 1916 Imperial Polk County In France food preparationand
I LET US QUOTE and loan association In Services offered by First was the first county in the arts and crafts; and in ,

Authorized Doalar For Polk County, with over $42,- Federal Savings and Loan Association state of Florida to buy a pressure England, glove making at
000,000 In assets And In Include savings and cooker. The money, $18, Woman's Institute, food at
STONE ETERNAL June, the new branch will Investment accounts, direct reduction was earned by club members Bristol University.
-I and open In Searstown Shopping to home loans, home serving dinner to Lakeland The first Polk County Health 1
BARRE-GUILD GRANITESand Center jan East Memorial improvement loans, drive-in Chamber of Commerce. The unit was established with Dr.
Boulevard. window service loan on sayings pressure cooker Is till withus W. M. Bevis In charge
According to Mrs. Sessions, accounts, and savings !
; GEORGIA MARBLEWe an Innovation in temperature bonds and mortgage Insur Miss Lois Godbey followed During Boomtim
control and lighting will make ance. Mrs. Barnes as Home Demon In 1920 the Junior County
Also Furnish Three Of the interior of the northside Council was organized. This I
stration In Polk + wr
Agent County 3f
.. The Oldest Known Burial Vaults branch unique. In the lobby and served for the next 27 was a boom year and many d r tNW
work work area, a perforated Haven DrawsThousands club women gave up good
Interest rapidlyin
will control business citrus
gabled ceiling Home Demonstration work. selling byproducts
lighting, heating and air-con- The Polk County Poultry Association to become real
THE CHAMPION METAL VAULT ditloning was organized In estate agents.
When Pint Federal organized With the agents assistance,
1920, with many Home Demonstration *
here in 1934, it located at Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown of
DeLOACHMonuments women as member
204 E Lemon Street. Then In Of TouristsWINTER *. Lake Hamilton, started a new
1950 the Association moved business of citrus candy and
The Polk County Federationof
& Vaults Into a new building at 227 S. HAVEN-The city preserves. Mr*. Flood had a
Women' Clubs wa* organized
Kentucky Ave. In 1957 theAssociation' of Winter Haven head a long that tame year with roadside business, selling fresh ROBERT .. BUNION

Folk County' Oldest b Moil Iip.rl.nctJ present office list of Florida cities in draw all Home Demonstration Club citrus fruit and guava pro-
was completed and occupied. ing tourist traffic, accordingto ducts. Mr*. Norris started a
bwnorloot members becoming charter Hard Work Makes Band
Assets Zoom a recent tourist study members.Ten pewter shop
Main, St. b Hwy. 17 Ph.". 531-4961, lartow .. First Federal's capital totaled conducted by the State of acres of land were donated In 1929 classes were taughtIn
$5,500 when It originally Florida. by Mr. Miller for a leatherwork by Mrs. Pinion One Of State's BestA
Childers and M r s. Frank
I The Indicated
study that
> < camp site. The camp was
I Winter Haven, site of Cypress built and dedicated as "CampMiller" Coyle.
Gardens was the destination in 1921. Mrs. Jack That year the Polk County 14-hour workday I* and details for each of atlhe 85 I
Commissioners were A. F. nothing unusual for Lakeland member band'
of 46,801 incoming automobile
Pryor of Haines City did much
John Robi- High School's personable band tivities He drills the band
tourists In a one-year period toward the .tart- Mann, chairman; in
getting II
The Winter Haven camp son, Reid Robson, John Single- director, Robert E. Blanton. marching; conducts all rehearsal
.j figure ed.In Clerk Blanton follows this schedule and gives Individual
R. was
I tary, Jim Foley. attention
compares with a figure of 40,- 1922, Polk County had
Raulerson. each time the Dreadnaught and instruction to the
449 for Silver Springs 46,681 bought total of 60 Derieux
; a
Compliments of In 1931 the Stevensons hada band prepares for a special band's 32 soloists, 17 ensemble
Cocoa 33,779 for Palm
for ; cookers and the women were
for handmade activity.The groups and 3 main sections
good sale ,
Beach for
; 12,265 Boynton delighted with their use.
leach and 11,521 for Tarpon glove list of special activities woodwind, brass and percussion -
Springs In the same period. Assistant Agent Hired Mr. and Mr*. E. M. lewis included In the band's .
Instructions for band 1963.64 schedule Is extensive Blanton, whose youthful ap-
The city of Lakeland was the In 1923, the state recognizedthe gave
destination I of 70,188 tourist need for more help and weaving during farmer week. : September, October, pearance belies his 34 years,
in the period studied. appointed Miss Moesel Fres- Two years later, the lewis' November play and march has been band director at
UNION BAG-CAMP -- opened an uptown shop featuring at Lakeland High I School Lakeland High School for the
handwoven articles, football games; December- past two years. Under his lead
'"I' THE FIRST WASH-WEAR I Sales From Home Garden Christmas Concert; Feb- ership the Dreadnaught band

WHITE SWAN WATER Records show that sales uary District 7 Flonad earned Its first superior rat
from home gardens of Home Bandmasters' Association I ing In 5 year at the District
Bald Contest March Recreation 7 F.B.A. Band Contest held
:: : REPELLENT Demonstration members and ; -
: 4-H member totaled $18,748 Department Concert last month in Lakeland.
PAPER 0 UNIFORMS In the year 1932. and "Victory Celebration Con Top Ratings Won

Agents traveled 20,744<< miles, cert"; April-National Cherry Prior to coming to Lakeland
visited 871 homes, wrote 4.. Blossom Festival in Washington High School, Blanton served
COMBINES WATER REPELLENCE 114rdld( 447<< letters. Held 628 meet- ; May-State Band Contestin as band director at Lakeland
Ings with an attendance of Tampa and Spring ConcertIn Junior High School for five

Corrugated Container Division \ ..WITH MOST STAIN RESISTANCE L 33,892. Lakeland.In years. During this time, each
In 1933 Miu Godbey took 30 addition to these special band he directed received a

.WITH ALL THE FEATURES I girls and leader to State events, the Dreadnaught band superior rating in F.B.A. district .
.. ii | Short Course. About 600 presents numerous other con. judging.
| | pounds of field peas were can- cert In and around Lakeland Certified to teach vocal and
\ OFSWAN-STRETCH* I JP i | ned In Home Demonstration/ during the year to raise fundsto Instrumental music in grades
I Kitchen for emergency re cover the band's operating 1 through 12, Blanton wa
e, '" ., 100% COTTON WITH THE FINEST (10 10I lief.The expenses. named Lakeland's outstand
WASH-ViEAR FINISHDIXIE'S I Providence Club was organized As band director Blanton' ing teacher by the Lakeland
J p July T, J935, with Miss duties are many and varied. Jaycees In its 19(3 Distinguished
Ixj I Faye Wilder\ a*president. Mrs. He handle all arrangement Service Award presentation
i rfl 1 -- I *.
Off I He I Is a native of North

f fI INS KOLyACK, CLOVERDALE Carolina, and earned his
Phone ti 'yVIiN'b bachelor of music degree at
\ P.O. Box 1608 /; Florida State University In
I 1bFNt : ft* World's finest Honey

II I Lakeland, Florida 682-0123 J ST .. \" .: BOTH ORANGE BLOSSOM AND band 1957.Aside music from, Blanton his Interest enjoy In
01,40 PURE WHITE CLOVER stereo hi-fi music and 1* an
o. accomplished water ski enthusiast.
training has equipped him to
APIARIES serve a* choir director in

IN DIXIELAND Lob", 'Ie. m4 Aitkln, MI"....... aeveral of Lakeland's church.
1030 S. FlerM A..., lakilond pk. MU 1-3380 L- es. He also sings as tenor
soloist on specUl occasions.II .

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- LAKELAND LEDGER Decade For Decision Saturday Morabif, March M, SKI "

a I Florida Highway Patrol

I Makes Polk Roads SaferEducation. w a f fy tI

leg a constant war on sudden bites and Increase In new and have the finest of equipmentto
Enforcement.These Engineering. death by teaching persons how better highway. and interstate help keep pace with traffic
to use their machines, (education systems" .
words< of the are Florida the three key ), recommending safety And so. Polk County, as It One piece of equipment Is
Patrol Highway measures on the highways (frows, also finds Itself with radar with which the patrol
troopers ai they keep (engineering) and stopping: the problem of coping with can check the speed of a ve-
with the
up modem highwaysand persons from driving recklessly higher traffic speeds and faster hicle without the driver's
high speed ran used by (enforcement). cm. knowledge.The .
throughout Florida
and Polk County. Put a man behind the wheel It doesn't take long for a airplane to also of great
A lives of a car, put the car on a person to look at the records assistance in clocking the
and world In straight stretch of dry road and find out how much the speed of vehicles From their
then modern
times, he Is devising under have had to increase the
excellent weather con troopers vantage points, pilots, by I
ways and means of ditions and let the man drive their activities even over a means of a slop watch, can 1
traveling. faster than In pastyears. It within a 30-mile radius of one-year-span clock to the mile how fast a 1 + H N' } ib 6 '
his home and these would be Last year the records show, car is traveling and relay the
along with speed, motorists called excellent driving conditions the patrol made 865 arrests Information to troopers waiting :
a. not only are getting! for motor violations In January In cars below him. The
to where they want to go As each month went airplane will soon be used to
quicker but many tragically To the patrol members, by more and more arrests patrol Interstate north of
are never getting to their des those conditions are not only
were recorded until In December Lakeland a patrol official
.. excellent for driving but also 1,059 arrests were made. said.

Death Battled excellent Statistics for sudden death. But as traffic Increases, so Troopers are also trained in
Each year more and more the conditions prove that these are must the patrol. And duringthe use of radiological monitoring JUST THI BEGINNING Wh* Kill ,hot* WM ....11 *tMerrcll eel ....,. Tedey L...,.". feixral H.*ltal diverts its MtrnllWins. '

cars travel the nation's highways many" accidents. surrounding past two years Capt. Hill and fallout and measuring radiation M.m.rl l Hnpltal, the staff mntklit Swilnf (bare were sad the total ." ilitwn Is .nlf e rinse frtttftit *f.tKvmWr .
but If the motorists art In said seven troopers hive been at the scene of a train pretty tUtud with Mir a rrM, It wee only the S4nnlnt! .f IIU...., .....rll.., alder .114 the Mt Mtulnd to stiff
left uncontrolled and do not patrol's a statement from the added to keep pace with the plan or vehicle accident. k.w....., .f L,!tal.Nurses'.
know Troop C headquarters Increase In traffic. The of
how to we tin machines training a trooper to
they drive then they would said In Lakeland"For the, Capt Olin I HID "Even that's not enough" make him efficient hi the hand the Florida State University In those different areas of
past two years he said, "we need more men ling equipment and in dealing .
destroy themselves the campus traffic control "The Increase Group Keeps
patrol has found
the need to cope with, the growth In with the
The Florida Highway Patrol for a solution to cope With traffic." public comes through The school 18-weeks long in traffic from year to year
Is OM agency wick Is fight. the schooling at the Florida High teaches a man the various Increases faster than the leg
Increase in new automo The men In Polk County do way Patrol training school on methods of law enforcementand islature can approve and Increase Pace With City GrowthAs

how to use their knowledge the man power of the

it effectively patrol." Lakeland has grown asa Nurses are no longer restricted
At the school recruits are Polk County Is well equip- medical center ao has District to hospital work alone.
RM.w4, trained In all aspects of patrol ped to handle Just about any 12 of the Florida Nurses' Today there are demands for

t fl work emergency which might come Association.The Industrial nurses In Polk'
Some of the subjects that up according to Capt. Hill. District was organizedhere many plants and factories; of
are taught Include human relations Thanks to the Florida High in 1924 with 35 members tics nurses, to assist doctors
W.. + public speaking Florida way Patrol Auxiliary equipment Today the organization'sroster and in private clinics;' publld
regulatory traffic laws, has been bought to lists 145 members. health nurses who work to.
tIe firearms first aid, judo special handle emergencies And as the list of nurses ward the prevention of ill.
heng I7fE. operation of motor vehicles At Lakeland the patrol has has grown ao have grown the ness; and private-duty nurses
___: and other traffic sub special equipment to Include opportunities for nurses in the who serve In both the home

en mtp : .. jects. trucks, a traitor with flood area. and the hospital.
lie ____ Some of the traffic problems lamps and a rescue boat. All
la'p.rs In which they deal Include
equipment Is radio
a stepped.up knowledgeIn equipped died In Polk County' highway But yet drivers managed tel
Then In Winter Haven aux- accidents and at the rate in
accident investigation, suchas Uiarymen have a power plant which the accidents were happening get Into serious accidents,
speed and skldmarks drag which the said could
; on a J'/4 ton truck. The truck Polk County could patrol
factors on tires and pavement Is also equipped for kitchen look forward to another record have been avoided.
led ; and scale' diagram for service U needed. amount of highway deaths The acclden trail has slacked
future use in close contact
Lake Wales is equippedwith
las this
year. off somewhat but the
with the State Road Department patrol
fire 1
fighting equipment,
a. first aid: equipment 1 and more To help combat the growing will not ease up on their
- Supervisors at the patrol lighting equipment toll of highway fatalitiesand fight against traffic death and
are also trained in traffic con Injuries the patrol in
In case of a disaster suchas Lakeland ordered injury.
trol but have also advanced a large plane crash In a "Wolf More will
Pack" be brought Into Polk troopers eventually -
i knowledge in many other Polk County all units would County. be assigned duties In Polk
fields possibly be called Into actionto County and more and better
These Include principles of the treat The pack composed of IS
light scene, any speed control devices will be
management peI'lOllMIIUp'''- survivors feed emergency troopers with auxlllarymea, need an the county's highways
vision planning dtftnHkn of crews, and do whatever else patrolled the county's highways but ao matte how the
evaluation' training In "'alflcproblem would be needed to keep the and made charges patrol looks at k. the job of
delegation of authority situation under control. agalnat all traffic violators. controllkii he see Weal rate

and directing and out- This year Polk County has At the end of the special patrol la really up to the drivers.
a SL, lining a course of action. had a disaster not in the which used radar and What the future KM fa store
They are also training la sense of a plane crash (although airplane the pack had arrested for Polk County oa the highways
reporting from supervisor to a T-3J: Alt Force jet about 170 persons In a la a ajuMlkM the patrol

WOLF PACK RUDY TO CO-Tkts I Is Ike N..fU ..)fwtral'i ., Ie ..... .. ......... She need ... .... for lies
In number of Polk drivers
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WM tea M wn rfwlxf MM .. .< .iir.$... |Jess I*. Mhwoye leaeee d eS MM atimi<*. .' tfc. sea, cad the peck the science of sound. killed In Polk time being slowed down and The county kt taking a step
41t | fore U M frees UK Le......) A..de..rNn. ,....... .* ... .... caged M M stop See tr..... CLM... ,.... kf Hashes) Capt. Hill said that even persona aecMenta.A County started, to heed warnings Issued Into the future Ml which

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Citrus ''I King In Polk County, anyway you look at It.
I ,. From the earliest days of the county, when the first settlers here looked for lour oranges for
|uce to use to flavor their foods,citrus has been important.
Today, citrus is the condiment that flavors Polk Count/. .conomy with the delicious taste,
[( I of prosperity. Millions of boxes of Polk's citrus are harvested each year to grace the world tabU or
to appear in countless homes as that glass of breakfast'juice.
Anyway you look at it, from the viewpoint of;; the grower, the processor or the consumer
Citrus is King in Polk County

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I As Polk Population _GrowsBARTOW ,

Polk Ceunty'agrowth 'p : .,
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In population during s ,
the past decade It easily demonitrated .
by the growth in
the county'l schools
During ,the past 10 years.
t average dally attendance In
the county elementary junior
high and senior high school
Increased by 11,187 students
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i Ho Instruction Shelley S. Boone
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I attendance was 4).877 students
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{ 1 year This compares with an
i ADA 23,690 during the 1952.S3
a'G"" trf4 school year. +r

Membership Climbs

During the same period, the
k! average daily membership Increased tow,
t a by 19,228 students
from 21877 In the 195253
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last year.
; To meet the needs of these
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constructed 36 new schools
included among the newly
constructed Institutions were
24 elementary schools four
junior high schools and six
senior high schools.
In addition to administrative
library lunchroom and CINIKAL TIUPHONI CwnmunJuHml. ors fester '.. the growth of tn> trot, luau..
I ... other school facilities these .. good communlciHoni, One of Hit factors In Polk County ,..|.... hoi boon
SAND MOUNTAIN-Rulm from Polk' CaU"" Bon V.II.yrefs, were ....Oy.. from tho torth Send Mountain il Km* It growth to"! apes
plan, fen1 Mountain; ..... Imoit lid* a mount built by torn ..,,;.h. a victim l of ....... Tho volt kilo tf Mt h tt bt ft- new total plants accounted for I H>. Control TokoKono C. tf florid., whoM ..c......, sash .. Olds/ tnt, provide ,.,.nda '. c."..
,fens .."Ih.. trohiitifie roct Built tr tailings/ loft .1.*. ...i.. ,,'oc..d to reclaim immnli nor .."'.... In Hit tiNt ,roc.'I.' Permanent of (50 new classroom classrooms additions "'''''lc.tI..., both last end long 4lttoi" ..

for earlierconstructedplants
enrolled In Polk County pares with the $437038258
tar) School and Lake Morton
totaled 154, making for
Elementary School, both in schools paid as Instructional salaries 1
' a grand total of 804 permanent Lakeland were destroyedby In the 1952 U school year, in the 1952.S3 school year.
'fl j | Leading Polk Manufacturers constructed classrooms during which the were past fire and 10 others were the cost was 1208.43 per student .During this period the number r
decade abandoned for various reason of teacher units Increased :
,. Overall, the board 'operation 837 from 1,188.27 for the 1953-:
Two School Lost During this period the per costs for last school year 54 year to 2,023.29 for the 1963-
/ To Take Part In Exposition In addition to the 804 new pupil costs of operating the totaled $1408397670 as com- 64 school year.Teacher .
I permanent classrooms a total school system Increased $112 pared with $5,741,593.82 for units are figured
of 59 portable classrooms built .71 per student During the the 1952 .53 school year. from the average daily attendance .

Illustrating the! strength and tile four-day Industrial parade !fice Florida State Turnpike for both producers and buyersto during the same period are 1962 -63 school year the board More Teachers HiredOf the preceding years
being used this of $321.14 the 1962 63 figure $II, figures used in the
: diversity of industrial develop of progress will be. Authority and Sales A Procurement transact onthepot busl year. spent an average are figuring
On the negative side, two per student in order to providean 22381161 was paid at instructional amount of state funds for the
Sears Roebuck and
ment in Polk County, II lead Chalet Suzanne Foods Inc ness Ha said"Florida :
schools Combee Elemen- education for the students salaries This com- current
Ing manufacturers and associations I like Wales; Florida MunicIpal Company. long has been renowned -
in this area have Utilities Association Lakeland Highlights of the 1964 Ex- as a tourists' paradise
reserved exhibit spaces for the I ; Florida Phosphate Council position, to be held In refurbished with excellent climateone
Florida Industries Expositionin Lakeland; North American and sir-condition- of the many good 1 res-
Orlando April 14.1). Steel Corporation, Lakeland; ed Exposition Hall will be a sons But we also hive an
County-made products to be Wellman Lord Engineering foreign trade seminar on International extremely favorable business St f t ::
shown range from foods. Lakeland, Leco Incorporatedfork Day April 14; a tlimtte 5
(rt'lghllirll and candy to sand ( lifts and other equip- Million Dollar Sales Day on "The Exposition is preciselythe
steel tile and phosphate. ment). Lakeland; C. S. Taylor April 15, covering the subjectsof medium the slate's Indus.
27( Areas Planned & Company (crystallized citrus how to do business with trlallsts require to show our
The four-day Exposition candy). Davenport: Lakeland mass retailers, and with government manufacturing c a p a b I lilies, W '
I. coupled with statewide observances Industrial Board Lake agencies and prime and our wide variety of Important .
of Industry Appreciation land: Standard Sand & Silica contractors; a Value Analysis producers. Our fast
Company Davenport; Polk and of
Week April 12-18 is Symposium Sources growing consumer "marketsand
the Florida Development County Development Board Industrial Financing on April our Impressive Industrial
sponsored by .
.j Commission In Bartow, and Florida Tile Industries 16, and Plant Planning for growth Indicate strongly the
operation with several agencies Inc.. ((ceramic tile). Profits and New Construction importance of participation In
and groups; and Is con Lakeland. Techniques on April 17 A the Exposition by our manu
sidered the states largest Utilities Registered reception and dinner on the facturers and business firms
end mart productive Industrial Florida's) four Investor. .evening of Monday April 13, William 0. Haynle, of Or-
t exhibition i '- owned utilities firm kino ore will kick oK the Exposition 'ends., prwttont, thtj 1M4 .
Conceived by the; Commis- exhibitors They are Florida Governor Fir r IS Bryant Expedition, said of the April L AN111C
stun to stimulate. the production Power Corporation Florida heads a list of state and Exposition show:
and sales of Florida.made Power A Light Company Gulf officials urging Florida "The enthusiastic response
products to boost even furth Power Corporation and Tampa manufacturers to participate from exhibitors and purchasing
rr the slates economy the Elecrtic Company in this year's Industrial agents participating In
Exposition will have more General agencies and as- show. The state's chief executive this exhibition Indicates the.
than 270 exhibit areas con soclation* which will maintain said: tremendous opportunities It
taining thousands of Florida exhibits at the April 1417 "The Florida Industries Ex- provides" '
products. showings are: position Is an Ideal setting for Cooperating organiiations In
In addition (to several thou Small Business Administration our state's industries to display addition to the purchasing
sand business and public visitors Procurement; General before the world their agents group are Associated
the Exposition will attract Services Administration Procurement expansive capabilities." Industries of Florida Canaveral '
engineers scientists;, U, S. Army, Birmingham Wendell Jarrard chairman. Council of Technical Societies
state and federal authorities, Procurement Divi- director of the Florida Development Florida Bankers Association .
foreign commercial representatives sion: U. S. Department of Commission and chairman Florida State Cham'
and hundreds of key Commerce, Field Services: of the Exposition Execu. ber of Commerce City of Orlando u
purchasing agents ready to Federal Aviation Agency: De- tive Committee, termed the local Chambers of
confer and negotiate sales fense Surplus Sales Office, Orlando Exposition one of the finestin Commerce, Committees of 100,
over the counter Contract Management the nation, and the only Industrial Committees, andDevelopment _
Polk County exhibitors at District. Small .Business Of known organized __rendezvous I groups
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When we opened our first store thirty-nine years ago In Winter Haven we felt there was a definite
need for a building supply store where the overage home owner could walk in to buy quality materials at
_a fair price. This paid off for us. Thanks to customer loyalty, our modest beginning in Winter Haven has
mushroomed to 11 stores throughout Florida.

There's no magic about the operation of our business. We buy In I large volume quantities when
prices are right. We sell only for cash and offer no fancy trimmings. We pass the savings on to you.
You will find, among the lines carried in our stores, lumber point and painting supplies like lad.
ders, brushes, turpentine and lacquers, hardware items, electrical fixtures and wiring, lighting fixtures .'
((50 different kinds), plumbing supplies, electric water heaters, hand tools by Miller Falls and Ski! Power I,
tools. We stock only brand name materials or brands that are recognized in the industry as being quality

You will appreciate the neat and orderly way goods are arranged for your easy selection, and for
L the helpfulness of people like Joe Noles and AI Lynn who manage our active Lakeland store.

Because delivery prices are not included in our pricing structure, there Is a nominal charge for de-
livery. We have a fleet of trucks for this purpose. Delivery charges are figured at .04c for each dollar's
worth delivered. On a $20. purchase, for example, the delivery charge would be just .80c.
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Because of our low prevailing prices, many builders and contractors have found It pays them to
do business with us. Rather than tying up their capital in inventory, they can buy directly: from us and
be sure of finding the quantity and quality of materials they desire..If .
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you can save money on the thousands of building ma terials we stock. If it is not convenient to stop in a
'store near you, we will be glad'to send you our illustrated pricing catalog Free of charge. Write or call/
the store nearest you or address a cord to us at Box 939 Winter Haven, Florida, which Is our headquarters.It's .
I great to live, in Florida. Especially in the heart of it.


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Saturday Moving. March M._IM4_ __ ,

Davenport Tax Roll Doubles


In Polk's Decade Of GrowthDAVENPORT

In 19S4 way traffic controls have been Davenport's citizens. water, 3.830 feet of six.huh
Davenport was a rather Installed at the major U. S. Anew 12.Inch well, 588 feet water. main and 4,700 feet of
aleepy little community' In Highway 17.92 Intersection. deep, has been drilled, giving iyt Inch water main have been
S northeast Polk County, operating New fire department equipment the city of Davenport two installed-at a cost of $14-
Its municipal departments has been purchased Increasing wells to supply water to the 796-< on a tax roll of $8,- fin protection toM community To distribute the have been Installed,

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on I $112,030 general refunding
bond Issue of 1948, and the
payment on the Issue that
year wai $17,333.50,
I A lot has happened since.
More than a million and a
half dollars worth of new
building has nearly doubledthe
tax roll, and the final payment sly ,
t on the bond Issue has
been paid.
M The municipality's 10.year fJr
building record, totaling $1,.
694,788, Includes $1,324,550 In
new residences; $220,018 In
new commercial building, $50,-
218 for new churches; and
$100,000 In additions to schools.
The residential construction
total: represents 141 new
tomes and additions to 118
existing homes.Davenport's !
tax roll last
year stood at more than $18-
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in 1954-and there's no Indi
cation that the community's
growth Is about to level off,
.YaxU4. The city's progress has not
been confined to building
WINTER HAVEN ARMORY-Tk. fttrlcMm .t 'elk's elriId! Notional Guard, who train .In rmoilM luck .. this IR. lint Iras ninr brae doubted. Polk County mambas of the HerWinter H.vn, tit rated. amonf Hit bait Guordiman In. tie state. Streets have been paved,
been and new authorized street Modern lighting four has JOB HIADQUARTERS.. .f Ptlk Covnty's ...an .....* is Ik* florid. State ImiloymtnlStrvlct
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UKI REGION BANK OP COMMERCI-Th. L... R.I.OII Bank .f C.mi...rc. ., Winter
Hares .b only. .*. .f the many bonlilnf fe.llltwhich/ bite .
played major rain In Polk County's
Future of Lakeland. growth. daring the pot. 4..c.d.., end. wklcli ,.......* to play .. erne. |...... rol* In. the ....od. to
com. N* era con .ragrtts without .iqute bcnklnf facilities, end Polk'i! facilitlts ere among
th bolt.

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r Y'a' k Two Lakeland Airports

World War II spurred activ Before America entered the living quarters for about 4,000
ity at Lakeland's two airports.In war, with the Invasion of people.
fact, the construction of Pearl Harbor British air cadets Both the fields cost the g6v-
were trained there for ernment one dollar apiece.Lodwick .
Drane Field Is a direct result
the hastily mobilized
Royal Field
was on
a of military activity in Air Force.
April 23, 1942 and was deeded
CHARLES W. BOVAY, HARRY G. GREEN LANIER UPSHAW, C.LU. RICHARD 'J. CHAMBERLAIN LEO P. TAYLOR this area Bomber Crews Trained back to the city in May 1947.
A total of 8,647 British( and The
Federal Aviation Drane
tr\c.u. Vice President President, Sscrif. Field was leased by the
ry-Tr* t rer Agent American cadets received pri Agency's disapproval of civilian government from 1942 until
Agtnt mary night training at the and military aircraft using September 1947.
Lodwick School of Aeronautics. Lodwick Field at the same Lodwick Field Is now Inoperative
The school, one of 58 time resulted In construction
except as a meeting

13 Highly Trained Men and Women Working that such civilian-operated came to be operated schools of The Drane new Field.airport was usedto place rations for, most several appropriately city organi

throughout the nation for the train bomber crews for the Civil Air Patrol. ,
Army Air Corps, was owned the twin engine B-26 "Ma Drane Field however, was
Exclusively On The Insurance Needs Of and operated by Albert L. rauders" before the men expanded and modernized to |
Lodwick who brought the were shipped overseas Into become the Lakeland City Air
school here from Lincoln real action. port with construction of aL
Your Family And Your Business. Neb. In 1941. The school Construction of Drane Field terminal building, new bang- "
closed down In August 1943. started In early 1941 but the ars, Improved runways aadf
I Lodwick Field was one of Army took over In 1942 and lights as well as a general]
the first nine civilian flight when construction was finished updating of facilities that had >
r training schools to be put Into the airport was a self-con hummed with frenetic tise la,\. '
operation in the country. hived complex that provided the hustling wartime years.,,

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Wales In Halne City but wherever of the year to avail them
extended Lake
was to nations however the business
Is citrus I II grown la florida.Te selves of the service of the
and that
part now being
fouManed. and Industries of tilt eHy. prove Maine City's ad- agriculture truck cargo brokerage -
TIlt history of Haines City vantage of being located in firma la the city.
and remodeled
new business is the history of the very heart ol Florida a There' always one or two
business buildings were only Florida Citrus and the history foundry send trucks daily around who can tell you ,
part of a period of construction makers Include the private all over the state with soil what' wrong with Haines !
which included a newWoman's citrus grower and dealers, pipe fittings manufactured in City. Then beyond .11 reason
rc: Club Building In the cooperative, the concentrate Haines City.Serving that the prophets of doom can If
196, the telephone company plant in the city, the alt agriculture In explain, somebody start a k
building the then
year cattle feed plant and fertilizer Florida, thousands of trucks new business or pump new
# t .+v' r Ap'WW. poet office in 19H. the plant and the many individuals from all over the United idea Into an old business.
111960, the three industrial
ing in the citrus industry not only City during most of the months doing that.
buildings in the Haines .
+ :7.1E" City Industrial Park in I96061. .. a ss ta-r aa,
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Among the many churches
at least two have built beautiful -
new places of worship.
? v. There Is a fine 25-bed private
"" hospital. The city library is i.a
r > ? credit to the town.Industries for the.Finest in Photography
t a4 Arrive

V f r s The state of affair in
.A Haines City from time to time
takes a new twist when the
people act through their organizations
individuals.The PORTRAITUREI
and as I
city government and the I
chamber of commerce had a
meeting of the minds which 4" COMMERCIAL
resulted In the establishment
of the Haines City Industrial
rrSS. i Park. Three 1m all Industries .
in very attractive buildings WEDDINGS ;
ere located there, u well as
the Chamber of Commerce '
Building. An additional 32 11<. t
acres of undeveloped land is Color and Block Cr Whit

owned by a community de
velopment corporation sponsored 1
by the chamber of com
merce and reserved for Industrial

w.74r' The formation of the Down-
town Development Association
and the work of
CITY MOM THI Alt-H *M City U4. .. ..... M &.... far tII. ........ tUH era; ..., .tore and chamber city of
kilh ..... Leas, !. MM .( the woos .......... _... ..iy'e.ski ....... City Sass Mik Sdml veldt Us *..... fi..., commerce government leading up to the
I Plk CM."* SKtw !Ie tfc, ...... plNpm.a ... a... .. comprehensive plan resulted

In the chamber of commerce
receiving the Governor's Com Q.A' .

Progress Visible From All Sides for munity The 1962.Recreation Development Advisory Award i101lID

I Committee and the City Recreation w '

As Haines City Enters New Age program months Director of during 1963 the conducted that summer saw a a 1 iifiH \I

total of 27,722 persons participating .I I

HAItiES CITY-A a motorIst this mass of population win be "7)As a result of our vision, In this plan were suggestionsfor in the entire three-
enters Haines City from the determined by the brand of planning,' and action today, zoning, traffic flow, renewal month program, with a total
anuth' on Alternate HighwayU.S. thinking and planning you do Haines! City will indeed become of certain business and of ...,.70 to attendance at the) Call

17 ha comes on a panoramic in 19S4. the central retail shopping residential areas, new parks, spectator sports.
view of Haines City Balance Sought area for entire Northeast tourist and recreational needs Orgsnlzatlons Help
front the top of the hill at 10th -%) The Haines City area Polk County for all time to and many other matters that The active organizations include 1505 S. Florida Au.
Street and Scenic Drive, citrus acreage will remain come. With present and continuing must be studied by your: city the men's service club I 682.6958 I :
shown on the road map as the roughly at the present figure modernization of our government now and the American Legion the
Intersection of Alternate U.S. with ownership rapidly gravitating Central Business District, and "Only by recognizing our VFW, the Masonic Lodge and Lakeland :
27 and State Road 5+C. Ate into fewer hands. Economies upgrading of stores and merchandise needs can we take action to Eastern Star, Knights of Py
glance be can see homes to production, processing Haines City will provide for the best course we thias, the Woman's Club and '.M.I. ....M. CHARM PUNS
scloots. lake and city park, and marketing will lessen each :year retail a greater should follow, Many of these Junior Woman's Club, tilt
many of the downtown bus agricultural labor a e e d s. percentage of the $1* million things we want or need will Garden Clubs and other wo-
and the Knowing this Haines City will of annual retail sales that now require a deal of men's organizations.
nps buildings, grove great study ... .. '. -
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covered ridge north of the city. direct its major efforts toward go to determine (1) whether tliey
[This new view, of Haines attracting tourists and industry .- Early In 19M! the Haines will be done (2) when they
City is made possible by the to balance our changing. 'City Planning Board realized will be done, (3) how they ,
clearing away of a part of an economy. that If progress were to come' will be financed."
.Id',grove at 10th and Scenic ":}) With the completion of. the city must Initiate a king Changes Take Place May we call your attentionto
{revealing a view that natives the cross-state barge canal range planning program. The The report showed a general
probably had forgotten existed.: and advanced techniques of City Commission agreed and fund revenue of H89,.
This'new, view is symbolic of economical atomic power production appropriated the necessary 11. a debt service
some of the changes in Haines Haines City will .... funds as proposed by the Flor- of $42,171; and water revenue and our "Decade of f Decision'Here's
City, In recent years and of tract several gfartt manufacturers ida Development Commission. sewer department revenueof
iomf of the changes expectedin or" consumer goods The ,completed comprehen J335.653.
tae future along with numbers of smaller live analysis and plan was presented Looking back through the
THe new and remodeled Industries to bring local employment to the city last year. years in Haines City puts
business buildings and new to ',000 persons. The basic studies were population some tight\ on the predictions
residential construction of recent "4) Because of its strategic economic study and for the future-changes: have
years lend credibility to central location, Haines City land use analysis. taken place. New and remodeled
the seven predictions made will become to Florida (as Atlanta A proposed public Improvement buildings la the central
for Haines City at the Annual Is to the South) a major program was submitted business district offer striking
Banquet of the Greater Haines wholesale distribution point arranged by priorities as a contrast to the scene ten
City Chamber of Commerce In serving every section of the guide for development over a years ago
January ol this year. state. 20-year period. It included la 19U the existing bank
Seth Year Observed "5) That the problem of downtown development, general completed its extensive remodeling
The dinner commemoratedthe rapid mass transportation of street paving and improving at the corner: of 6th iS
'50tb Anniversary of the people In the area win be park area acquisition, ex- and Jones; the new bank
incorporation of the city. partially solved. Although all panded recreation facilities, afire opened in a beautifully remodeled -
Hbines City began as a set the proposed highways now station, a city hall, a water building at the corner
tlement called Clay Cut backIn on the drawing boards will be treatment plant and other Ingriham and (th; one
the 1880's but by 1914 it built traffic congestion will Improvements.The drug store moved Into a new
had become a respectable be relieved by strategically annual report Issued by building on Jones and Otto;
town calling itself Haines CityIn placed heliports in Haines City the city for 1983! reveals that another drug store remodeled
honor of a distinguished of- and other major population Haines City Is already weD on their building on Ith Street; a ,
tidal of the Atlantic CoastLine centers. Hourly interurban the way with many capital ladies and children's clothing
Railroad which serves buses from here to sQ sections : improvements., store moved from their old
the city. A number of the of the state win provide The water and sewer .Improvement location Mo a remodeled how we looked 10 years ago

present day businesses In the fast, economical movement of program Is financed shop at Jones and 6th; a new In the' 10 wonderful
date their beginning before shoppers and commuters. A with revenue certificates past years
city dress shop opened in a building
the city was incorporated monorail transit system. while some other Improvements on 6th Street which was we've acqyired some of the topwomen's
Haines City, extending have come from
In 1914. through remodeled after the former
The seven predictions were from Tampa to miuileland the general fund. With the food store occupant moved wear lines in the country

wade partly on the basis of a will complete the link of east city paying $42,171 last yearon Into a new super market built
report and a comprehensive and west coast. a bonded Indebtedness of the year before; a hardware
Needed"I Sl,180,000, the tax rate remained -
the City New Buildings
plan prepared by store moved Into a remodeled
Planning Board in cooperation ) Very soon, ss our needs the same II milts as
with the Florida Development become more acute, badly the year before. In 1962 It was building.Stores
Commission. needed public construction will actually reduced from 11.5 Remodeled
It was predicted that: be made. Beginning in the mills of 1961. AU of these changes are In
The projected megapolis immediate future, a 100 bed The 1963 annual report referred the central business district
1) City, of which Haines hospital followed by an auditorium to the comprehensive which In 1964 has already seena
Ir Strip extending with some convention plan and said, "This plea outlined new shoe store opened In a
will\ be a part,
City from Tampa to Day- facilities, a stadium, city hall, for the city its past remodeled building with the
tons solidly, will be a reality and that fire station, and many others, growth pattern; and opportunities front of that and that and two
to that order. for the future. Included1iji door re-
the identity of HaineS City in not necessarily .' placed next being
modeled; and a new food ,
+ '
store has appeared. New businesses r'
have appeared In other
parts of the city in recent
Much of the new and Im-
proved activity Is believed to
be a direct result of the
Planning Board analysis of 4
the problems and the downtown
group's efforts to do
e something about It. Individual
Initiative took over. This was
especially noticed after the
existing bank showed their
faith in Haines City by their
substantial investment in their
To cap the climax of recent
new business and com
mercial investment and re-
t modeling a citrus processing
company Just outside the city
began a citrus processing
which will employ 71 to 80
rr ;_ people. Almost at the same

time plans another for a firm packing announced house ie And here's how we look today

south of the city.Entrance Where you'll find everything from ladies' sportswear :

The returning lmsfe4 native who to evening clothes for half sizes, misses, juniors & women'sCome

had not seen Haines City in -zrt)
the past 10 years would note
many other change The
dark and narrow western Inletto
the city, U.S. Highway 17- *; in soon / eJUIticf
92, was rebuilt in 1957 Into a /M
beautiful well-lighted, four- -X-

AT THI GAl DENS-A. Craves **". II "h.l"..jWirDU sm.dhttw, laned boulevard from the outskirts 231 South Florida Avenue Lakeland
GRANDCHILDREN Watkiee J... riche ,........,.. .. his sieN.. Mitt" sad his of the city almost to
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I Cypress Gardens, Bok Tower

.j I Grace 'Holiday Highlands' :

I WINTER HAVEN In the gle skis, and even without- all the excitement by takinga remember most about "Holt-
middle of the Sunshine SUM skis. Clown acts delight young quiet electric boat ride day Highlands? The dally re-
there's a section called "Holi and old alike. You'll watcb through the still waterwaysand cital of the carillon bells at
the lazy lagoons.' The Bok Singing Tower, or the
day Highlandi" situated In the the daredevil klteman soar
while of each boat will ex giant Cypress trees that line
heart of the citrus belt. above tree-top level guide
Petersburg the kit with plain.th many points of Interest the shoreline at Cypress Gardens
A* you drive from St. holding on to just
to the Ea.t along his bare hands. along the way and give ? For flower lovers, the
i U.S. Highway 60 or Interstate Photo StadiumA the names of the plants and flame vine and the red bougainvillea -
that line either side and the brilliant
4, you will see military-like special photographer'sstadium
t' formations of orange and built out over the water of the canals. azaleas make any visit com
1ftY grapefruit trees an either side will enable the camera fan There are more than 109 plete.Florida.
of the road with their straight to make excellent action pictures acres gardens for the visitor offers a variety
tt + + lines extending out to the right of the water show, and to see. Winding pathways and where ever you travel, end In
Y r ''t row V and left as far as you can see. to assist the visitors, an announced rustic bridges make the setting the Holiday Highlands of Cen.
You're in BIG citrus country calls the shots for complete for every picture tral Florida, beauty, excite'ment
DOW I them and gives light readingsand that Is taken in the gardens and hours of relaxation
In the late spring the air shutter speeds for each which has been referredto await both state residents and
a II filled with the sweet fragrance act. as "a photographers para visitors who want to enjoy a
e" yN of orange blossoms. After the Jo-minute ski' show dill'" hour or a day enjoying Flor
In the late fall, through the Is over, you can relax from Which do you think you will ida.

winter months and into the ,-_..,. .-.,-..-- .... ....1-r_..__ _'5_
first of spring you can see :
the fruit pickers busily clesa- ..,.,.'", \..>,,,
Ing the trees of their fruit. ."S1 a
Most Floridians call orange 1 4 1Y
juice "liquid gold" We think
you will agree with them especially
when you see the
miles upon miles of citrus
groves. ,
That's "Holiday Highlands,"
a good place to live, or spend -h
a vacation.
MECCA FOR TOURIST -Tkis It Cyprus Ge,...... from lit. Pop Sr. torn i swampy .... .* Lo" llolw nwr WI .., H. .., Tourism, as well as citron
.i,. Know ItiravgKeut the wend. for I III kMvty Cypress co........ Cynrtu G.,..... li .* oyMonding eeempt..1. whit cctompllih.d .. .. II one of the main industriesin .
I li .iw of folk Cunty'i major tourists aftrsctoae.-.e4 *n. .f the .lrii vision cud drive.. Polk County the heart Someof d"Holid.y ,
MNcn's .etst..dlne nraciioni, for that ....tte,. Built Vy Dick the world's most talked ,
about tourist attractions are
located In this Interior part of
Florida. Among the more Y
famous ones are Bok Singing
Tower, near Lake Wales, and
Cypress Gardens, near Winter
Highest Point
Bole Tower Is situated on
the highest point In peninsula
Florida, 295 feet above sea
level. From that observation
r point you can view the vast
citrus area that surrounds the
Singing Tower and the Mountain .
Lake Sanctuary. Many
tourists and travelers find the
sanctuary an excellent resting
place or just a quiet place
rx !, r to spend the day.
To the west of Bok Tower
li Cypress Gardens. More
than a million visitors yearly
witness the water ski shows
that are performed four times
daily by champion skiers from X
Y cA all parts of the world. You s
I : r have probably seen many film
and pictures of the skiers In
action In your hometown the
I ater and newspapers, or on
A A national television networks. CYPRISS GARDENS-SC.HM luck II this here mid Cypress Girds fimoiii .tl ewe th4
While watching the ski show, world. M em ._ .f .........1". "MV y. Settle bridget ever quid ....."'. cud .. Mast. IlllmltebU. '
you will see the skiers performing elm, .! flawrlnf. shrubs .... town tourfitt free every it.f* In the noWen t* speed 4.i mU
or jumping skis, sin the ...u.,.
QUIET tIAUTY-In* the S,. !I.1a man .* the lid cyprns Minn ilonf the sham .f like Iloli, which Cypress Cirdini
traM Mrnis a.... ktcutiful .t Cypress co.,.. .. Thin li *n* .f Hi* ........

1,500 Boys And Girls Take Part

LATEST INVESTMENT IN In Winter Haven Scout Proqram

WINTER HAVEN Almost There are a total of 11 country and even other coun They hope to return there
1,500 youngsters In the Brownie and Girl Scout units tries. next summer and try again.
SEABOARD SUPERIOR SERVICE Winter Haven area are Boy in Winter Haven, with a The Boy Scout program In The Boy Scouts are taught
membership of more than Winter Haven Includes 21 safety especially water safety
and Girl 500. The girls are a part of units, from the Cubs and the and safef Jn boating. The
From Brownies and Cubs the Heart of Florida Coun- Boy Scout troops to the Ex- many lake :r. have been
to full.fledged Scouta these cil, which is made up of plorer units. More than 900 the training grounds for these
youngsters are proving that units from seven counties In boys are active in the pro boys, who have learned how
( the central Florida area and gram. to swim well and are also)
JIer 14 Mlilloll Dotfar solid youth programs combat
numbers more than 9,000 active The Gulf Ridge Council, taught lifesaving methods.
delinquency. members. which Includes Winter Haven Many of Winter Havel's
Scouting here can be Camps AttendedIn has a membership of over leaders In the business world
traced back to 1926 when the summers the girls 10.000 boys. were Boy Scouts in their
Troop No. 1 was organized attend camp: near Wildwood The Winter Haven Explorer youth. They agree that
by leaders from the First on a 13-scre site. Some of Post 123 attended the an- through Scouting they were
Presbyterian Church. The them attend state and national nual 250-mile downriver canoe able to gain training that
first Girl Scout troop was organized scouting encampmentsand race at Minneapolis last helped them in becoming
70-ton,CO-foot, long travel cushion underframe boxcars at about the same exchange ideas with summer and finished ninth outstanding community lead-
1. I time. youngsters from all over the against stiff competition.. ers.We're .
affording maximum protection for,paper mill products, -

canned goods, tin plate and other heavy-load commodities.

100-ton covered hopper cars of 2,900 cubic feet capacity-

for phosphate rock. Proudof

0 e 100-ton aluminum covered hopper cars of 4,700 cubic feet our

capacity-for bulk grain movement. .

Progress and Growth :

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ffift 100-ton air slide! covered hopper cars of 4,180 cubic feet

capacity-partlcularly for bulk sugar.

for nine years we have had the pleasure of serving the

00-ton flat cars with'10-foot-high end bulkheads spaced people of Lakeland and Polk County throughoutthis

and with 10-inch period our Ideal I has been to offer the very finest
61 feet apart, hydraulic draft gears-for

L I bundled or strapped lumber,plywood,hardboard. structural food and the best service possible for your dining pleasure.

; l steel and iron pipe. and because of your splendid acceptance of our fine food

p and service, five years ago it was necessary for us to en. "

large our dining and food preparation facilities to t
I Large order Of course-but Just one more In the continuing series of properlyserve
0 Seaboard purchase designed to keep pace with Industry's need for tpecialited you and our ever growing number of new customers. \

i freight equipment. If the Growing Southeast Is your shipping and today, there are many times we must offer ,
f area, get aU the facts of Seaboard Superior Service from your nearest apologies for lack of space.
Seaboard representative. He'll welcome your call-and "carry the ball I" vAN

C.L wee are indeed grateful for your past and present patron- J# .

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an d thousands of items to make your selection from,..be. efficiently and at low cost to you. You'll recognize the
cause your new Sears ii virtually many stores in one, famous ALLSTATE products sold here,backed by Sears
all under ont roof! Sears is planned-from the ground nationwide guarantee. You can have your car serviced
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I TECO Plays Proud Part

i In Polk County's GrowthWith r

an eye on progress mission substation was energized the 200,000 "kilowatts expectedof of possible conversion of on
and faith in the continued on the Pebbled Road it could be picked up from of the government's ucl.ar F \ -t tr
growth of Polk County<< Tam- about five mile from Mulberry the transmission grid during reactors In South Carolina to I
to supplement power the emergency electric generation The object '
pa Electric Co. has constructed supply to the Mulberry-Winter New substation and high of this study I is to determine
modern new offices In Win. Haven area and the adjoining voltage transmission line construction whether or not commercial
ter Haven and Mulberry In phosphate Industry The 240 Is planned to coincide utilization of a reactor now

the last two yean and has 000 volt line serving this sta with increased production scheduled to be withdrawn t a + N ft+ k {,
capacity of the Company, from production for t
land for tlon Is part of I statewide plutonium
purchased construction network which Investorownedpower which became MS,000 kw last atomic weapons would be)
of a new office la Au. companies are now Now L The new power capacity feasible,
burndale In the near future completing to provide for was reached with the completion Servkw Pre.w.4
The existing Auburndale of. future needs of their custom of a fourth coal.firedgenerating Throughout the service area
unit at Cannon continue to make
flee was just built In 1951 and en customers a
at that time the old Auburn. TECO's portiM of this line, Station, and another giant use of special services provided
dale office was given to the which cover about 13* miles generator is now under construction by Tampa Electric horn ,
city and Includes the Company's which will bring economists and to use TECO sad M w
first steel towers, has been total company capacity to Leisure Houses at all offices
In Winter Haven, the $223 completed to the Florida 1,185.000 kw In the fall of 1965. In 1963, a forward-looking new
000 new office now stands asa Power Corporation switching TECO Is also Investing large Area Development Depart-
simple of the ultra-modern station at West Lake Wales sums of money pl't'pllrin.land ment reported first year sue rKeasaasss r ---
20th century construction ai Thai ability to transmit large for construction of another cess ,.r w ,,
conceived by one of the city sown blocks of power from one company coal-fired generation station One of the most effective
architects, Gene Thomp to another on the new near Ruskin around 1970. This programs of this new department sLAKE T
transmission network will provide plant is planned far future has been personal I contacts wr
son.The new district office and maximum return on supply of up to four million with businesses throughout
Leisure House built in Mul- generation capacity and will additional kilowatts.At the United States In aa
berry has 2,800 square feet of eliminate the secessity for the same time. TECO attempt to get these to locatein
space and cost the Company each company maintaining continues: to maintain active the Tamp Electric service
$50,000. large amounts of reserve generating interest in future nuclear gen area. In 1981. tripe were made
power. If Tampa Electric eration. The company Is one to New York Boston and
New Station Opened 's largest existing generator of 1] Southeastern electric Cleveland.The .
And, In 1963, a new trans. were to fail, for example, companies proposing a study department la also makIng
studies. of those) industries
most suited for Florida so
"; that sales efforts can be concentrated .
a"i e '.:;, ,,<\.t. : ,1 ', and in 1963 a trial
a! ..' .*aith.t\.l\.t\ IJ advertising was started / REGION GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUI '- The Like aNiHuctlv' .rchitactura el the club tuildmf ...... the club cue
y' ." as a Joint program project with the RIo. Golf sad. Country Club, .bated. on the Dttudre Read .,* .f... melt ttractlte ems U Folk County
other three investor-owned .r Winter Hovon, It one *f rite comity's newest strivote club The

utility companies, showing
Florida's advantages for plant
location. People came from all Mason, town clerk been served by Tampa Elec- log as an office until the new
While reviewing recent progress around to see the sight Com- On August 29, 1924 the Au- tric with no franchise until one was constructed In 1953
and looking ahead to mented The Tampa Journal: burndato Electric Light Co. Nov. 5, 1959, when the city at the same location The old
future steeds It Is Interestingto "The amazed throng could was sold or assigned to the granted the utility firm a 30- building was given to the Cityof
pause and look back over hardly believe that the Stygian Auburndale Power Co., which year franchise Auburndale.
the years of development darkness could be dispelled was operated by J. C. M. Lucas After acquisition of the Win A new $300,000 operations
s.rarI Tampa Electric has experIenced so miraculously by current And, on June 28, 1930 ter Haven power 'and water center to better serve its
especially In the Polk coming through a wire" Lucas sold the Auburndalefirm system, Tampa Electric leased growing Polk County division
County area. From this small beginninghas to the Winter Haven Water an office In a building facing 'was opened In Winter Haven
It was way back In 1879 grown the present Tampa Ice and Light Co., operatIng orth CM Oak Street (AvenueA by Tampa Electric In April,
that Thomas A. Edison Invented Electric Co., which now serves as a subsidiary of Tampa between 4th and Ilk Street) 1958.
g.1TECoTh. the incandescent electric over 160,000 customers in Electric. where the firm's offices were Another very I Importantphase .
light, and then seven years Hillsborough and parts of It Is interesting to note that located from March I, 1927, of Tampa Electric's operations ,
elapsed until this marvel of Polk, Pascd and Pinellas both Auburndale power firms until around May I, 1935. Win in Polk County is the
a ) the age appeared la the area. Counties.Franchlst. were Maryland corporations ter Haven offices were movedat phosphate Industry 01
of the
The honor bringing business in florida. this time into
Granted doing what was Tampa Electric started
first electric lights to Tampa
Another of Served then called the "Broadway Arcade -
Electric Co. Important portion 'Fargo service to the phosphate
went to Tampa '
which was originally organized what I Is now Tampa Electrlc'i The City of Lake Alfred re- / and were located her companies around J919 and
Jan. 29, 1887. The company Polk County Division was organized ceived Its first electric service until the opening of the new that service has since continued .
was reorganized several on Feb. 7. 192}, when after granting a 30-year fran- building last year on the sits to grow as the phosphate
times and the corporation the town of Auburndale granted chise for service to Winter Hayes bounded by Magnolia Avenue, companies have grown. For
existing today was formed a 30-year franchise to Chester Water, Ice and Light Co. SW, Avenue B and Second St., example, in 1945, 112,000,000 .
i Oct. 2, 1899. A Hewitt to operate a' on Jan. 5, 191<1. At this time. SW kilowatt-hours were sold to the
A small Westinghouse gene- power firm under the name of Lake Alfred was known as the When Auburndale Power Co. industry by Tampa Electric,
rator was brought In and two the Auburndale Electric Light City of Fargov sold out to the Winter Haven and by 1961 this had Increased .
arc lights were put up, one at Co. Eagle Lake) has never had Water Ice and Light Co. In nor than nine times, to 1098615000 ,- '
Washington and Franklin and This document was signed a separate power system but 1930, there was a two-story kilowatt-hours
the other In front of the "Dry by George R. Noxon as president has always been served by frame building on Tampa Tampa Electric Co is very
Temps Ilietrit C., km lone played a. 1M orNiri pare I* .... County's (..wth. Goods Palace," opened the of the town council approved Tampa Electric or Its prede- Street (in Auburndale) being very proud to be a partner in
iupplylitfj oloctrlclty kith .. rnanteip.litl..e4 to ............ I* the ..."ty. TRi I It the compony s first time Monday night, April by Mayor ... B. Patrick cessor companies In the area. used a* *a office Continueduse the growth and developmentof
.HI.. II..lIeI\! "* I* When H. .*. 25, 1887. and attested to by W L, The City of Eagle Lake had was made of this build- progressive Polk County.your .

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Top Quality Concentrates-All Varieties .....,.'...,: ,I.),..' Essential Oils *
"Orange Nip"-Fresh Frozen Orange Drink ... :',: 'p:: ', Citrus PulpFertilizer *
Single Strength Juices *
Chilled Salads

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I Destruction Marks Start Of Drive ., .

I To Proaress In Kossuthville Area

Its and tanker were ready for other was drilled at the training
Progress sometimes hu odd teer Fire Department got "
ways of getting started start use area > sYh
Station Needed Of the 14 firemen, U lied
In Kossuthville, a small com- Enthusiastic area residents
andIt But equipment was only a attended the Florida lire
munity east of Lakeland on acid community meetings
of the building of a fire College in Ocala by Jan II,
the Winter Haven Road, progress was decided that householders part
started with destruction. should pay $10 each to department They had to be 1964 They were trained in
It was Jan. 11, 1983 when I help get the department on housed! somewhere and it was the various methods of firefighting
decided that through the use and were taught howto
frame home belonging to Harmon Its feet.
Smith caught fire and Money was raised in other of funds a station could be use the various pieces of
burned In the Kossuthville sec- ways aiM). Citizens held tur- built. equipment which are a partof
tlon Kossuthville did not haves key shootscake sales and So, build they did, and by each fir department'sequipment
fire department and when dinners to raise the money for Jan. II, I4 the fire depart All of the fire-
the Polk County Civil Defense the much needed equipment ment's station on the Old Officers of the K.Ville FIre-
truck arrived on the scene, It Then, as contributions cameIn Winter Haven Road near Car- man's Association are Hsnmon
was too late to save the home. the K.VUle Volunteer hire ter's Corner took shape Smith, president: Z. L
A training area was designated Johnson, vice president and
No one was injured In the Department came into being
blaze, but it set the minds of IK 14-member department in a nearby phosphatepit assistant chief; Calvin Ne-
persons In that district thinking first bought a fire truck with and two-eight inch wells meth, secretary; C Langbeln.
about a fire department. pumper. Then they got a :300- were drilled for their water treasurer; and John Kessel,
It was at that time that the gallon water tank and mounted supply One well was drilledat master at arms The chief U
Kossuthville (KVille) Volun- It on a truck. Firs truck the fire station sit* and the Robert Cilmore- -
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4 > lick Hills ,.... Play. which winters .k> lU W..... dints *ttfte .. tll.. I I. MM Slack Hills If Nrtk Dcktto, whew4urit It Ja ....."...
spectacle *f fie anMiitatlm.. One ii the .UM* predscsleaePassion the summer.querors ..


I'Play Featured At Wales

28 years or Service I

to this Among World's Oldest Productions

eY'' \ Community LAKE WALES-One of The stage I setting Is the realization His knowledge of all tiful moonlit night to early
Europe's oldest productions, the of an ambitious dreamon phases of stagecraft enabled him dawn, into the bright glare of
Passion Play was presented for the part of Josef Meier. to arrange the series of set high noon and the multicolor
the first time on the American Research RequiredTo tings in a manner which allows effect of a Palestine sunset.
Stage in 1932 at the Luenen translate the'setting Into a smoooth and logical unfolding Roman soldiers, mounted on
Passion Play. reality called for years of study of the Pia)!. proud Arabian horses, arrogantly
It became I permanent Institution and research of all phases per Under his direction and supervision ride through the teem
in the New World In taining to the historic events a flexible lighting system ing city street, forcing the pop-
\ 1939. when the company settled the 'customs and attire of the was assembled, which, op- ulace into the path of a passing
in the Black Hills of South Da people Involved, Palestine and erated by remote control, illuminates camel caravan. Pigeons escape
kota. Here, a large Amphitheater Roman architecture, Jewish each scene with the from cages, as merchants and
a was 'constructed and Laws and those imposed on quality and quantity of light moneylenders are driven from
:: i each year during the months of them by their Roman con- called for, ranging from a beau- the Jem pie.
It has been
L. : our earn- July and August the World's
Greatest Tragedy Is being reenacted -
est desire to do alt in against a background
.. ea 1 4 of unparalleled. beauty and realism Power' Squadrons' Make

--- our power to make In 1952, a second Amphitheater I
was completed In Lake

.r our customers:, our Wales, where each year the Play during is presented the Boating Safer. SportBowen's

Winter months.

w., friends as well. Wet Widely Acclaimed The bays, riven. Inland wa- emphasis as "the largest,edu- In this basic course hutrue

ri! Now widely acclaimed as the terways, and 1,197 miles of cational boating organizationin lions are given in seamanship
appreciate the privi most outstanding production of Florida'i general coastline the world. safety afloat, rules of
i Its type, the Black Hills Passion Dangers Cited the road afloat, the mariner's r
'y Play reconstructs faithfully generate pleasure boating Leisure boating is one of compass, aids to navigation,
lege of helping In the the dramatic events of the seven and launch! skippers, old and Florida's favorite sports, and equipment and government
: last days of the Life of Christ. new Many of these skippers yet when not bandied correctly regulations, charts and pilot-
progress of this area. Endowed with all the riches, are members of The United can be a very hazardousone Ing and manners and customs
splendor, and pageantry of the State Power Squadron said Lakeland Squadron on shipboard.
Orient, this great Play speaks Instructor.He Since February. 1914, theSquadron's
of the love and furyof The 1964 Golden Anniversary
primary objective
of the United States pointed out that a tea
a people two thousands years cup of gasoline can produce has been education. By publicizing -
Power Squadron (USPS),
ago; the Roman dominationover enough vapor to equal the explosive and teaching the boatIng -
Palestine the devotion of made up of some of the coun
; power of four to six public the safe and courteous -
the disciples and friends, and try's best skippers, and its sticks of dynamite enoughto operation of boating, the
the supreme sacrifice of the April 3-4 district conference In blow up a boat. Also, he Squadron has done much to
Son of Man. Lakeland deserve well-earned said people should be care- reduce boating accidents.

..... ful not to "go out" with un- Higher Grades Open
.T qualified boatsmen.The Upon passing the examination
I Store blue and white striped, in Piloting and Small
Drug rectangular ensign of the Boat Handling men with
Power Squadron Is evidenceof scores of 80 per cent or above
the capable captain This may be invited to Join the
flag can be seen flying from Squadron.Once .
Growing With the stern staff or starboard I man becomes a
yard arm on many Florida member of the Squadron he
motor boats. may work toward advanced
PEOPLES BANK OF AUBURNDALE IMPERIAL POLK COUNTYIN The "whau" and "hows" of grades These grades result
navigation are furnished free from instruction 1n seamanship
by the USPS to all boating enthusiasts advanced piloting. Junior -
navigation, and navigation -

Instructions Given .
What equipment must a boat Officers of the Squadron
AUBURNDALE FLORIDAMEMBER BeautifulAuburndale- carry? How la a compass claim completion of the navigating -
used? These questions are course, along with good
basic essentials to even the practical experience, shouldbe
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE most basic boat handler, and background enough for the
can be learned in the Squad seaman to pass the Merchant
ron's Initial course in Pilotingand Marine's examination for the
Small Boat Handling Master's license.
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f USPS. Lakeland along with
cities such as Tampa and St.
Petersburg, is in the 22nd district
Finest Truck Stop of the Squadron Power
Squadrons are presently scat
tered' far Puerto Rico,
as as
the Canal Zone, Honolulu and

the future include the actual
ization of Power Squadrons
1 throughout the world.
War Effort Aided
The capabilities of many
USPS members enabled themto
make war contributions
during both World War I and
,}. r x a .A : II.
bIII Many taught service-orient\
Y ed education programs work
ed directly with the Marines,
Army, and Coast Guard Reserve -
nnrrr or were accepted as
I III i commissioned officers In the

i armed forces.Peacetime .
contributions area
) part of the Squadron pledge.
Cooperating with government
agencies, and rendering assistance
to anyone who is distressed
or ui danger, means
"on csir duty for all mem-
_bers of The United States
Power Squadron
Alturistic members of this
group teach and cooperatewith
boat owners across the
OPEN 24 HOURS-YEAR 'ROUNDCommercial country fur the sole purposeof
Imparting knowledge to

love and enthusiasm for boating

11 weeks of classes, for
"THERMOKING" two hours once a week each
fall and spring. Classes are
ICE PLANT PROPANE GAS held In the Lakeland High

RIDGE PLAZA MOTEL TRUCK TERMINAL BUNKS & SHOWERS School Making Cafeteria.boat owners worthy
of their Squadron uniforms,
TRUCK SCALES WAREHOUSE & PARKING while having their own fun
boating, has been the businessof
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Among the largest Citrus Fruit

.Growing Population Points Up "Another Distributors In florida


Auburndale's Awakened Attitude Florida Load of I

AUBURNDALE-The city of

Auburndale has grown from t a Sunshine"

population of 3,763 In 1950 tc

a population of more than

6,200. awakened to the rapid } rt

growth of the itate and the In,

creasing emphasis on tourism

and Industry

In an effort to tell the world

; of ita awareness of the needs r
of the tourist and the Indus f'
trlallst, Auburndale's small
'l' but active chamber of commerce \:
began operations to
print brochures and to handle :
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I motels and apartments In the e. ."

city. d
1 Not, content to offer the .. ,
I tourist only the use of existing "
I tourist facilities, the
. chamber of commerce and B. C. ''
city officials began a drive to MAIN OFFICE
erect city buildings to house
tourist activities and to Install d w "Ax >+ 413 North 12th St.

a large number of shuffle Haines City, Florida I
board courts for their use COOK
Industries Lead Way Phone HA 2.1121

The heart of Auburndale's
economy Is a complex of Industrial .
plants that employ a f r ti
total of nearly 4,000 persons, BUYERS OFFICES: ,
and that paid a payroll last ORLANDO LAKIIAND
year of more than $3 million
Industries Include GA I.1S02 MU (.122
a can INC.
company, a box company UKI WAllS HAIKIS' CITY
farm machinery manufactur fH. 4-06JI PH. 42X-III2
. log, boat building, a paper 'H. 2-2UI PH. HA2-I7I

t company fresh fruit packing GROWTH MAKIS GROWTH-Ut. .....1..... .! the Adams fin 1 sad sane *f ski era** .! A.h"'...... Grri, wakes

and houses fresh, a sectionizing fruit concentrate plant Pecking; Cost, AnhumMe. ..... name .. sit. |rwM> .! she sleeve ....... end I* WH A.k.m4. l. end Adams. ere .....*..

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"''r Auburndale's boact business a tradingarea establishments and almost program oil of was the city ., ':, ", : "_" "'; '. ; ', ''II' '," '", ," ': :" v"u": : ": :. : '. : ; _:,,_ : ...- ."", _-'.' :_ :'.:

that includes 13,100 per streets have been paved some
n sons. The chamber of com of them widened.
." merce listed 380 business per New buildings In the city
\t- mits Issued last year, and Include a welfare office anew
,t- retail tales In the last year county health center, the
I reached an estimated $5,508- new post office and the wom
I 000. an's club building. 1
<1 Auburndale's tourist and A new lighting system has
1 shuffleboard club has more been begun on the city streets, ttlf for the
.. than 150 members, and the and an over-ell city beautification it good
city for their has enjoyment.provided 18 courts program has been started grower

Enrollment Grows Beach ImprovedThe

Enrollment In Auburndale's city of AuburmUle
three elementary schools was boasts one of the finest Inland
more than 1,600 last year. Enrollment swimming beaches, located on "
In the junior high Lake Ariana The municipal
School was more than 675 last government recently undertook Ietsdoit.!
year and the new modern a project to Improve" the
high school had 600 students beach and picnic tables were F : ; I
last,year. added, a fine sand beach was
The first class to graduate put in and full-time life guard I ,, ,' ,, '
In the new high school was tot duty was made possible durIng t Y M "t.
1953 and an addition was con the summer months n
structed In 1961. A modern In addition to the beach and ,
football stadium was completed the shuffleboard courts, the .'
In 1962. city has installed tennis courto. 1
The new city post office was and a basketball court. \+ 1 : ;
completed In 1963, and total In addition M city buildings, '
receipts reached 80,000.. the state road department has \ \to" '
The city's banking! and savings established a branch office: In I' ,1.'I', ; f ", ;, I, I'' : !: (
and loan facilities boast the city of Auburndale.The 'I'"i ) '/I<" "'h ,
ed more than $8 million In de- chamber of commerce '
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pi/ita.The. Is now actively engaged m '" ,
city boasts more than program to draw more tour /t* ..: t tri'W't :
30 churches of almost :' I ,
every lass to the city and to update ;t ,
denomination its facilities to handle a new \ : r
Utilities ExpandedIn Influx of tourists. City leaders : ;fik'f \
an effort to better serve are engaged In a program p., 7r ,
the residents of Auburndale, to interest builders in con \
the city recently completed a structing apartment: houses .
sewerage program that was for winter resldants. 'I.
extended in 1961 and which Realizing the need of a hospital : ) r/. ,
now serves more than 91 per the city Is now engaged :
cent of the residents in building a medical Installation ,, : ;
The city water program was on land donated by an
also expanded and increasedto Auburndale resident\ for such ; t. '
reach 3,000 customers a structure I '

I Polk TB Association ,
Shows Amazing Growth

BARTOW Probably no organized guidance, counsel, promotion
group in this area has and loyalty were fundamental / MUTUAL
experienced a more amazing factors in the growth aDd statewide I
growth than the Polk County recognition 01 the Polk l ,
Tuberculosis and Health Association. County battle against TB.
In April 198J Herman Allen,
The growth all the more who had long been active: lathe ,r' /AYIIJKr I ; J
amazing considering it Is a voluntary Association was earned executive \
health agency. director, and Mrs. Sand
The Association was organized remained on the staff ti con
In 1933 by the late Bur- sultant. "
dette loomis, general managerof Twenty five' fears ago the : $ 200 REWARD 1 '
American Agricultural Chem- distribution of health education -i/ .
ical Corp The first Christmas material was the chief activity
Seal Campaign was sponsoredby of the agency. Many changes ;
the Polk Federation of Wo- have been brought about during : '
men's dubs. Proceeds from this the ensuing years In tile '
initial campaign amounted to program of work of the association I: .' : ,, ANYONE STEALING FRUIT or TREES FROM THIS GROVE

$871.74. Then as today this rep- This Includes a greatly ) ; CONTACT FlORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL OR NAME LISTED BELOW -
of in health education 1f .
resented the sole source stepped up .. .t
come for the association How program, case-finding, patient '
ever, Christmas Seal contributions service, rehabilitation and an j ::1,
to the other respira- "
have increased each yearto expansion "
$39.158.04 for the J96263 tory diseases such as emphysema '' ,
campaign. bronchiectasis and pneumonia ",, t

Secretary Named It. ? .,
Mrs. Mary Sand became exe- Patters ChangedIn 'f'r, ', '. '! '.:)
cutive secretary in 1934. She 1958 the concept of area ./ :',(
until organization was developed by ;' ; .
served In this capacity ,:, \ I ; '"
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Health Association Board of Directors J' IVI'
It was felt by the I .
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of program activities la tuberculosis

Use Increase control and In respiratory ',. r r ,
has .
disease programming
Seen In PolkA Increased: so greatly within recent ; ,1 .. '" ,. t
years that there was a ..,,.- ,. '
In the I definite need for change InFTHA'S '
considerable Increase > ; : ; ;. ,: ,
organizational pattern.
use of natural gas in the Polk : ) : J
County area Is expected this It was proposed and approved ; .
year according to W. J. Bowen, 1 by the FTHA Board of .
Florida be reorganized
president of the Florida Gas I Directors i that '
I and the itate be divided 1
Co.At Into 11 areas. This would ,
the Florida '
the present
Gas Co. provides natural I Insure a better qualified pro- now serving and representing
gas for service to Lake Wales, I'essional' staff higher ejullty
Lakeland and I Programs in TB eradication andn .
Winter Haven.
I respiratory disease program- 12,500'growers' world's
Fort Meade.
Among the industrial customers I ning, and maintain optimum .
and ,
citizen participation
in the Polk County area i
using natural gas are Adams;;I .
for tomorrow -
of Swift ft The vigorous plan
Packing two plants '
is the formation of Mid ',
Co. plants 1 .
Co.. two Armour .'
and Respira- "
Davison ;i itate
Sunny Citrus plant. be
Association to
Phosphate i I ory Disease
Chemical Coronet
Soto, Hardee,
'I::omprised of De
and Minute Maid. Is Highlands and Polk counties,
Service to the community J, 1964. Htad.luarters -
ffectlve April
mains vary1inj I!
provided through be in Bartow.
la size from 3 to J5 Inches i tc c


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:I When You Purchase An Annual $2 Pass

Florida residents can now purchase on annual ticket to
See the South Sea 1 Waterfall
See the Three 'Great Barefeet Beautiful Cypress Gardens This annual ticket can be ,
Skiing Acts obtained from the ticket office ot Cypress'Gardens'by See Mirror. Lagoon and Winding
S paying $200 and identifying themselves as a Florida .
See the. Daredevil Kite Flyer resident Drivers licenses or voters' registration,cords. 'Waterways. .
. I will be accepted as proof of residence.The annual ticket ; '
See the Nfne Man Pyramid' Act ') may be used.any number of times, 365'days from. the, :. : r See, Colorful f Azaleas 1 and

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more richly endowed for outdoor recreatio ng, boating i fishing, ;

the simpler outdoor activities, picnicking, ad ble scenery, all these

efsE ,ovided by Folk's woods, fields, lakes and stream 7 all/ a climate that can-

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+KS Lakeland Gains Recognition

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The City of Lakeland li becoming over expenditures at the hoi ',.
an Increasingly Important pltal, and from tome federal
medical center in grant made available for it\
1 lorlda and the Southeast such public health improve-
In addition to fine clinics menu ,
and outstanding physicianswith Lakeland present hospital
many trained In the various facltltlei provide for 444 beds y ;
specialties, the $5 million the $2.$ million addition will ; ,
Lakeland General Hospital Include 141 more beds plus -, :;
Is a basic factor In new x-ray and physical therapy
bringing thousand of men, sections that will providethe r
women and children to this area with one of the finest
city for medical treatment. municipal hospitals In the o?
Although the ultramodern South H'E' P
hospital complex was only While the city's hospital facilities Yf
opened In 1959, trustees of the arc humanitarian
Lakeland General have announced rather than economic the
that construction will importance of the Institution P
be started this fall on a new from the latter point of view
Xv' 2.3 million addition. is substantial
r::., : s rp rCa 444 Beds ProvidedThe With 850 men and women
's .r+l..dss excluding the medical staff
new wing will be financed
A CURB FOR WHAT AILS YOU it Probably' wntalntd. In .f Hit kiiiltal's essay rfl.lil.M" wh_ ...,...N... ."'.* Hi* without direct cost to and private duty nurses,
.n. .r men .f rhM bettUt ef ", *"icln.I l cktmlc.ll In the phrlp....> "co.try tf ,.tI..... taxpayers of the municipalityfrom working it the lakeland Gen.
inter .! Ltktlond Ctntr.l Hoipil.l Th. pharmacy 'I. only' one the excess of Income eral, the hospital ranks as the.
largest employer In the corporate

Budget Tops $4 Million
Trustees this fiscal year
approved an operating budgetof 1" '
$4,185000, which Includes Rk ,
I I' annual of almost
.\ 'I an payroll
,. ; At Featured on TV $2.7 million ,
The and success
,, \. story of the Lakeland General
L'k 41i4,1 Hospital is almost an Incredible RICORDS Of ALL a.Hn.s el UMaiiJ Gmtrol Ho.,.Ul ore
one. Throughout most of .M file In the shakes sad racks ihtwa fcr*. Fibs stick .1 then
Florida, hospital are a ma. ,ravito '* /bmhiaUe Mint ef r.fr..c. w...rI.1 l for tmmbtrtf
jor problem huge operating the hospital iteH, end Ma IN anvldinf. Mtir trtitment for
deficits, inadequate facilities ,,'Ion...
serious staff problems
In truth this was a big

Lakeland problem, too, until plus an additional $25,000 for two floors and the Installationof
1957 That was the year that facilities for Negro residents an additional elevator. The
the city commission, through When the new Morrell Memorial cost: $273,000.Bowen .
The Easiest a special act of the legislature
H Hospital was completed called for the passage
I. ... turned the operation of publications of the of a monthly garbage
', the hospital over to a board day termed it "magnificent"And collection tax so that the over-
of trustees. actually Lakeland had all Institution could be completed
Now, municipal officials one of the finest Institutions The tax was enacted,
Y and hospital authorities from in the state and Bowen was defeated in '
various cities come here to As time went on, the cqm. his bid for re-election Time
R study the operation, and to munlty progressed and in the has proved the former mayor
r to Lovelier Rooms determine how the Lakeland 1940s the hospital became a 10 right.
General Hospital not only considerable Issue in the community In 1957, the city commission
operate "In the black" but
Medlcal r j. In the past several yean has were rising. The politically- old Morrell Hospital over to
built up an operating surplus conscious city commission refused a board of trustees That
of more than $1.5 million to Increase rates to bal. marked the beginning of the
for capital Improvements and ance income with expenditures I: end of operating deficits and
expansion. taxpayers' subsidies When
Property Donated Deficit Hits $100,000 the new hospital was com
C NEW. Historical records Indicate Morrell became known as pleted, trustees renovated the
that Lakeland has always "Lakeland White Elephant. old hospital with Its capacityof
been a "hospital conscious The operating deficit was as 100 beds
a municipality, The first hospital much as $100,000 per year Trustees Not Paid
.. FS ormu a private one, was constructed Taxpayers, of course, had to Trustees of the hospital
.., Improved in 1908 by Dr. A R. pay for the operating losses are leading Lakeland citizens .
w Bond. Lakeland then was There were serious problems who serve without compensation
only a small village. of management. The present board li
In 1914, the will of Mrs F. Efforts were made to have comprised of A. R. Surles Jr.,
A. Morrell gave certain prop a religious denomination take chairman; T. E. Holcom
erty on South Missouri Avenue over the Institution Several Robert Evan J. Tom Wat-
to the city for a municipal denominations declined politely ion, John Turner, Dan. Bfa-
hospital to be known as but firmlY. And even '. hois*St*._K..., Howard
Morrell Memorial Hospital with I Increasing financial Shannon, and Robert Bald.
Taxpayers promptly voted problems, It ahemnipal obvloui that win.
a $15,000 bond Issue for the Institution was The Immediate concern of
R. hospital: It was constructed Inadequate to meet the hospital the board la the multi-million
ou4. : a for $11.800. and the institution needs of the community dollar addition. But trustees
was opened In 1918. A Dr. So, In the early 1950s, the, art aware that Lakeland Is
Duffy, Incidentally, performed commission launched plansto growing by leape and bounds,
a aSUPER the first operation, assist construct what Is now the and that more and more people
'c. ed by Drs. Groover and Love. Lakeland General Hospital In-state and out-d-sla te
Lakeland'a tint, serious A seven-story building was are coming to this city for
growing pains were experts ,designed. There was a mil medical treatment.
enced in the early 1920s lion dollars available In HUN In long range planning,
the famous Florida land boom Burton Act funds from the trustees are looking forwardto
was just around the comer. federal government The several the day when the City of
Bond Issue Voted other million was to be Lakeland will need a second
a By 1920 the municipality's financed by the utility tan municipal hospital, possiblyIn
e,,s i E Kem. population had passed the fund. But the original plans the southern section of the
3? r S E I 7,000 mark and the demands did not call for the completion municipality,
were heavy on the limited facilities of the two top floon. Few who know of the progress -
of the original hospital Bowen Led Fight of the community doubt
In 1924, citizen approveda The late Mayor E. W. Bow. that the dream of today will
bond issue providing for en led the campaign to provide become the reality of tomorrow
$300,000 for a new hospital for the completion of the .


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1 Progress and prosperity are provided by productive people dedicated to making tomorrow better than today.

Polk County, rich in natural resources, is even richer in productive people that assure this continuing progress and prosperity.

As new homes,new schools, new businesses and new industries have come into being in the past decade-so has a

huge expansion in the supply of electricity accompanied Polk County's vigorous growth. Through its increased production and new t facilities,

Tampa Electric has kept ahead of the ever-growing needs of this area.

,And, in addition to supplying the electricity so necessary for growth,Tampa Electric,as an investor-owned,

p tax-paying electric utility,has provided many of the needed tax dollars for federal, state,county and city governmental

agencies to expand their services to keep pace

Last year,Tampa Electric's federal, state and local taxes amounted to $11,000,000.This was over 21 percent of all income

received. In Polk County alone TECO paid over $223,000 in taxes to the county and to the cities served.

\ .' tryk. Also over $196,000 was collected in city utility taxes which was passed on to the municipalities concerned.

Tampa Electric's investment in new equipment and facilities is visible evidence of faith in Polk County's futureas

well. in the present economic stability of the area. This investment is extra assurance that the territory we serve

\ will continue to grow and prosper-to have plenty of electric power for all types of needs this decade-
P \ next decade-and in the future. .


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The new Mulberry District office building,com'.
pleted in February, 1963, offers 2,800square
feet of floor space, including a Leisure House
H Auditorium capable of seating 75 persons. b


New "Highways of Power" are springing all over
TECO's service area. These transmission lines will : ,
carry ever increasing amounts of electricity from gen- ,:
erators to users,and also are apart of the giant inter- I
connection system that links Florida's investorownedelectric 7?
companies for more efficient operation and
provides TECO back-up power equal to ita own generating -
capacity for emergencies.

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its position as the largest for 4heRY
supplier of power to Florida's
huge phosphate industry.
This substation,near Bartowon OSPHATt
State Road 60, has been
greatly expanded in recent ;
years and a new substation
hat been constructed on
.Pebbledale Road..Southeast.
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AUBURNDALE-OFFICE This is the present TECO office! in Auburndale. However, property has been increase this power supplypurchased
for construction of a new division office at the comer of Palmetto needed in area
I and:Center Streets in the near future.

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invested more than $547,000 in
new facilities in Winter Haven
in the past six: years, includingthis
$300,000 Operations Center, .
which was built in 1958, with a
$22,500 addition in 1960.WINTER .


February, 1963, also saw completion ', '
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County Division office in Winter "1\
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square-foot building is a Leisure .. .
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ANDSHRUBS men and teamen who hart faith In the

wonderful future and progress of

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c Morning, March 28, INI LAKELAND LEDGER Decad. For Decision.

/ Improvement Programs Provide


'. ; :t' z Better Fishing In Polk County Areas'

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c--r When we think back over
the past decade In relation s r,

1 to the Improvements In Lakeland ,
's lakes and the recrea,
tional opportunities they offer .
we realize that this ii
not the whole story
For the real Improvementin
our waters began some 19
or so years ago, At that time
there was an estimated 1,000
acres of hyacinths coveringour
allghtly more than 3,000
acres of lake surface within
the city
Lake Parker was almost
totally unusable because of
the mass of 800 acres of hyacinths -
on Its surface which
shifted with the winds making -
boating and fishing almost a
Impossible Lake I Hot-
lingsworth Bonny and Hunter
B,> '"yfAw K were also heavily Infested
with the pests, and Lake Bon
e. net, on the northwest side of
the city was and we quote
from a column we wrote at
the time, "A varmint, disease -
and pest ridden, swampy

Hyacinths Hit

In the period between IS ,
and 10 years ago the city 3 b S x qY J '
carried out a most effective
hyacinth control program, em
ploying the then new chemicals !
and modern meant of
applying them such as airplanes
1 and specially equipped
spray boats There were also
In this period some limited
lEST WAY .. spied a hay oftomoon In Polk County .. thing.. How...", with the Improve. attempts at fish population SADDLI CREEK RECREATION ARIA h .. .uttttudlni ... Amortcon C,...."' ,. C. sad ..",.fo,., ly the Porte Count? Porksomple
mini projromi conducted In the hose few yoon, luhinf l.n'l II lny .,.rt .. It nut to N. New control and Improvement. .f *5,. contortion .f onco vtlyoloM mlnod-out '....,h... end R.cre.oLw Department, fastness filhhil, kootins, swlmminf,
,... catch lot alley fish, end 'OU'" busy taking Him off the hook and boitlnf up .|.1.. Thus, in the past decade, ..... Into a voluoblo, public facility The oroo, denoted ly the sad ploy end >lcnls ._..
with the "groundwork" of ridding -
the lakes of hyacinths
to Memorial Boulevard being affected to the detriment of these facilities ed
and Improving the shorelines any expansion by our growth
1' completed, the Improvement day when the weather Is de- of their fish, Then fish probably enough expansion, We are fortunate Indeed, to
Florida Southern has consisted of fish population cent will reveal anywherefrom are taken from the lake as in fact, to offset the tremendous live In an area where such a
I.AKaL.ANO control and a half-dozen to a dozen needed for use in fair exhl- demand that will be crest- condition exists
PAWa,6owulvaAf CUJI j most of the lakes, and the cars parked along the dam bits, etc. o
I College Among final completion of Improving and fishermen enjoying the To date only a few hundred
the Lake Bonnet section. sun while catching a mess offish fish have been "withdrawn"of $50 Investment Starts

Top EnterprisesFlorida Lake Bonnet, once the wont for supper the thousands "deposited'.
eyesore In the area Is nowa Biggest Program Parks DevelopedThe George Gaines' Careeraverage

spot of beauty which can Probably the next most Im- other city lakes also,
Southern College Is only be appreciated by thoseof portant improvement of the of course have been improvedIn A real business venture seldom size of all diamonds
a t tl one of Lakeland'i largest business us who lived here and saw past ten years in the city various ways but these are takes root from an initial bought to be about a half car.
v enterprises, responsible the mess as it existed In the lakes has been the work doneon the outstanding examplea. In Investment of $50 at, costing about $250.
kdsr late 1940'.. Lake Parker The Game areas outside the city but adjacent But La kt fa D d', George "Young couples are probably
for about 665,000 In annual
2 .v and Fresh Water Fish Commission to It there have been
r Dam Completed Gaines will tell that how he our largest market for
expenditures. undertook, on this other outstanding examples his business 29 diamonds but don't
bdI With the completion of the began jewelry they buy .
p4 The college's general bud- dam; the construction of body of water, one of the most of the creation of recreational years ago And besides, the the most expensive ones Also -

get alone average. about $2.. Brunnel Avenue all the way ambitious fisheries Improve- opportunities. $50 borrowed to establish the many married couples
4 through from West Tenth ment programs ever attempted Saddle Creek Park and the Gaines Watch Repair Shop don't buy diamonds until
600,000 a and additional
year, at that time in the coun Christina
,Street to the New Tampa Recreational Area wu borrowed from a tourist. they've been married for 25
outlay for capital Improvements are two of these Both these
Highway providing a much- try.The The watch repair shop opened year
The largest and best grass greens runs as high as $500. needed north south4 route more than 2,000 acres of areas have several pools, all during the depressionand Gaines Jewelry Store is
000 a year. .. through this section-and the water. were completely poisoned of which are designated of- Sever really made a go of equipped with special appraisal
in the State of Florida ,
I a
out to eradicate the fish ficially as fish management
elimination of the hyacinths, I it until the beginning of World room, having true
Off-campus spending by
with 24 rinks Students totals about $500,000a weeds and brush from the populations and a complete areas and In which the fish War north daylight," so customers
done A populations are being constantly II.First
restocking job was
l year and It Is estimatedthat lake itself, the area is now a Attempt taD be educated as to the
for maxi
town towlmf I li in old, old fame, believed to Ir.v..rinat.d( delegates to meetings at beautiful residential section year after this restocking managed "When I started my business quality of diamond they are
bout 1299 ,In Southampton, lnlond' and Introduced ,In this rising sharply from the lake when the lake was reopenedto mum sports fishing product purchasing
In Lakeland I had
the college, parents and other estimated tion. never
'III 1615.Lakeland. fishing an 12,000
and its outlet the westside
visitors spend an additional fishermen wet their lines in In looking forward to the worked in a jewelry store, or Diamonds are Judged by

Lawn Bowling Club $65,000 a year. a-.a, on and the a growing east side Industrial adjacentto the lake, making it the largest next 10 years, one can see for that matter, never workedIn carat welsh Imperfections,
and color.
Most of the steady stream the New 'opening day" crowd ever additional scientific manage- a watch repair shop I
Tampa Highway
.fllIl..... with tho of dollars poured into the Within the the witnessed In Florida according ment of these and other exist learned the trade as a kid "The whitest diamond Is
Amorlctn town fowling Auoclotlonorgonlud Lakeland area cash registers area has also past become year important to the state authorities ing waters producing more when I used to hang around a the best diamond, when stonesof
1924 by the college, faculty and In recreational aspects.A In the time since that original and better fishing as the years friend shop the same size and perfec-
other employe., students and drive Brunnel Avenue opening (February, 1962) pass, and also the addition of: Since that first Investment tion are being evaluated.
C. A. ANDERSON, President I. DAVIS V. President through
In 1935 the Gaines, b"th "The carat measure was derived
visitors Is "new money" that Parker has continued to produce many more high producing ,
0. SINKS, Sic. DR. L JOB, Traai. would not find its way here from the Tampa Highway good fishing for bass, pools north and east of Lake George and his wife have ..p- some time ago when it
without the college catfish, speckled perch and Parker where phosphate mining erated their business in seven took 100 Weds to equal the
Florida other species It is now, in Is now going on. different Lakeland locations weight of today's carat Now
Every fact, one of the outstanding More To Come "Business was generally awful the corresponding: 100 points
Child EntitledTo fishing lakes In Central Flor- Within the next 10 years a In '35 but I stuck It out equals a carat.
ida being fished daily by whole new chain of lakes in because I couldn't: get a job Gaines said today many
Education hundreds of anglers. that area will be completed, anywhere else." people own jewels that aren't
Representing ::1 Used As 'Bank' all being managed for top Now Gaines Is a member of valued as highly as they might

Each child In Florida, no I Lake Holllngsworth, Its use sports fishing as they are the Gemological Institute enabling believe.
matter where he lives Is assured limited ten years ago almost completed through the coop him to appraise and "For Instance, It take a
a recognized standard ol t:1 solely to the running of the eration of the company and evaluate Jewels: and employ man with special knowledgeto
the education. Annual Orange Cup Regatta- the Game and Fresh Water two watchmakers, a jeweler, evaluate certain emeralds.
most respected Florida ranks second among:; the 'Regatta of Worlds Re- Fish Commission, an engraver, and three salesclerks In many cases if not correctly
the states in the percent ol t' cords"- la now an excellent As the year pass the Lake- at his Tennessee Avenue trained, the dealer can be
elementary school teachers I I fishing spot and, unique In land area I* sure to grow and store fooled as easily as the customer
a with four or more years of college that It also serves as a "bank"for grow at a fast pace. There "Although a Jewelry store's .
names In musicSTEINWAY preparation. the deposit of fish for can be no doubt of this. But trade usually thrives on the "Recent competition In the
i Pupil enrollment was 1.143 , ( 582 In September 1963, wit I i Fish Commission. sults of Industrial and popula- we do quite a business in dia- synthetic stones And of
43,894 teachers In the public:: Several species of fish, but tion expansion in this area. monds," said Gaines, course, a strong black marketin
schools Private schools had I> mostly bass, are "deposited"in Rather than the usual Price Above Avenge diamonds still exists.
r (1,500 students and 3.660 full> this lake by the Commission crowding! out of recreational In discussing the average "General good practice are
time instructors. as they are rescued from opportunities that usually accompanies price of a diamond bought in important for success In any
In 1962-63 there were SMprivate other bodies of water which tremendous growth his store, he quoted the national business," he said, "but I believe
schools In Florida. are drying up or otherwise In an area, here we let actual average and said his the most Important practice .
-- average price was somewhat in the jewelry business is
THI INSTRUMINT 0' :: above that."National. never to encourage the customer -
THE records show the to over.purchase",





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LAKELANDOPEN 1141 E. Parker St. @) Ph. MU 3.1111

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