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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER, VOL. 40, NO. 139>> LAKELAND FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2, 1964 L \ RICE FIFTEEN CENTS






I Photos Expected From Ranger Spacecraft \ FED 1 1 1PASADENA




I.. The 'Man In The Moon Has A Visitor From Ed as/



Call (AP-The since a complicated mldcoune onds past 4:24: the spacecraft: streaks that could wreck a spaceship, pictures down to a few hundred to convert what they see Into

U.S. spacecraft: Ranger 6e correction Friday officials late day. the moon, the pull of or composed of layers of dust feet above the lunar surface, a Video signals which its transmitters .

streaked toward doom Saturday Saturday said It would impact Pickering gravity will Increase its that could engulf sn entire ex fraction of a second before the will send to two bit

with a cargo of camera that within a 90-mile circle In a dee.ertlike craft's II p.m to almost 6,000 miles aa petition Impact. dish Ihlped antennas at the
could solve agei-old mysteries basin called the Sea of miles from at Impact, Two earlier vehicles landedon Observatories around the Coldstone tracking station on
before they crash on the moon miles yet to go minutes before the crash the noon-Russia's Lunik 7and world planned to train powerful of
Tranquility which lies some 400 the Mojrve Desert north Ban
arty today speed at the altitude of about 900 miles this country's Ranger 4- telescopes on the target area
stow, Calif. There the signals
The spacecraft Is to well positioned miles to the right of dead centeron If all goes small television cameras but neither sent back any significant In the hopes of seeing the impact will be recorded on film and
in, space that dentists the moon's visible face the pictures begin clicking at a rate of Information.

at Jet Propulsion Laboratory Dr. William Pickering, laboratory may be shots a minute. Russia's Lunik J photographed Astronomers said the crash tape.Plans called for this to hap
which is controlling Ranger 6 director, said the site Is day, Pickering everything works U.S. the back side of the would not be visible to the
In the final 10. minute
during its 66 hour voyage, decided only 15 miles north of the original A spokesman will have the first moon but from altitudes of naked eye but that with luck pen y
plunge:
against a planned last- target, at which the spacecraft tory, which photographs of the more than 4.000 miles and the some telescopes might pick up Two wide-angle cameras were
hour realignment of its six television was aimed during the Ranger during The pictures could dis pictures were indistinct. either a flash of light or a huge to snap a picture every 251
cameras. mldcoune maneuver. age said all whether the surface Is Laboratory officials said dust cloud.
.
After tracking the vehicle Impact time is still a few sec gV. condition. or smooth made of lava Ranger 6 was designed to take Ranger's cameras were made (Tom to I-A, Column J)






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view" on neutralizing Southeast Asia. b

his first announced-in-advance news Cyprus (AP) Authorltatlve .
conference said that, "As I sources said Saturday
understand It,the neutralization Cyprus President Archbishop -
talk has applied only to South' Makarios wlJ| formally reject .
.; Viet Nam and not to the whole ,' a move t I
0 of that area", including American, troops hereto
"If we could have neutralize/- keep peace on the embattled
xNi rx ace itton of both North Viet Nand, f Mediterranean !island
B and South Viet Hem I am sure P Mr Rrf He conferred Saturday night
Hthat would be considered syra with U.S. Ambassador Fraser
IT I d |.p.tnetlcally. ," Johnson said e .lF* .Wllklni and Cyril Pickard British
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assistant undersecretary for
Newsmen Puzzled
,
: tTdnt. Commonwealth relations. It is

rig Up New' York Harorl ; fresh i ..The President's words leftfly understood he told them the
i : In ,'-newsmen somewhat puzzled because propotal Is unacceptable to Cy ,

l A tveW er"ws": fM, f Ih.. Ce tie ._.1! to Hurfxn *"v.r .rise, In New,. y.rk.tonkr Vats. .. ... dispute De Gaulle has called for k I pros
eel Vg. crewmen track Nw Y.,* H.rkr ,....r4.q. Ullnf wok vhlcfc, Wltie tfc. here today neutralization Viet of both halves of ,Plan In Final Form
wren of IN fuel! e0 In ssil.wlM" 'r. The MOO-mmbw Local III UH"4 M.rl. D/......., N.t" public con Nam as well as lIei&hborwIng
Laos and Cambodia. the In Its
Nevertheless, plan
Maritime. XMttm,:AFUC10. t.I.cMI.| pr.,M4" MW thr-y mnrract. (AP WIrgtr.l> L
Thus while was final is
on ';>es* Johnson sayIng form expected to be
he disagreed will De submitted to him officially sometime

Financial Picture Rosy of Gaulle In essence he seemed tobe ; Sunday
feelers aare.ingt least Itt theory The bearded prelate, with
Since Laos has been'I,officially
a pre strong backing from the Greek
Florida Revenues Above the crisis neutralized and Camtadli Cypriot people and Its press, favors .
President avows a neutral stance United Nations troops instead
news con. A White House spokesman, of those from Atlantic
afternoon saying he wanted to clarify Alliance countries..
Johnson's said later President His Mind
statements
working Speaks A proposal to Increase the
Estimates By $3.2 that the French leader's suggestions
peacekeeping force on the Island
had been Interpreted In ,, .
the U.S. tmlitnt J hmui speaks .t I sews ttnltnntt t the WMu from 9,000 to 10,000 troops
dis Saigon ss envisioning neutral-! HUM hi W....,........ H< MM lie .lea not MM with French Prctl.4mt will be submitted by Britain, d
TALLAHASSEE (AP)- State this month. I'm an optimist." because it is an excellent with to Pan ration only of that country. And ChwlM. D. Gcvlle's .rp wli tor l...Hi...t Ail settlement.AP Turkey and Greece nations
Comptroller Ray Green usually The sales tax Is of special Interest cator of business activity.A re- the spokesman said Johnson ( W1rehet.) which back Cyprus Independence t
the most pessimistic of state finance brisk winter tourist was addressing himself to the ,
to Florida's financial officers the under the treaty of guarantee
Saturday painted still under and good Saigon Interpretation.
officials way
because Is the biggestsingle of ag- with the approval of the United
Johnson made It clear that
of rising\ revenues. mas sales boosted the Y
a rosy picture ;
States
source of money for the lodged
his own Viet Nam policy looks Cookware( Mal
collections 'state general revenue fund and I (Turn to Page 6-A. Column council toward an Immediate stepup in said -
He state revenue ,
military operations i against the on the island and the United
In the past six months outstripped .
States has
agreed to provide
Communist viei Gong guerrldes.He
mil\
$3.2
forecasts by
announced that he had from up to 2,000 more.

lion.And received assurances from the LBJ The balance would be supplied
la In the Puts End To Rumors
more good news
new and friendly leaders" of the by other NATO countries according
Immediate offing, Green said. Saigon junta that seized power to the proposal.
"I believe that January cot. Wedneaday "that they are proceeding Units of the U. S.
lections of the state sales tax immediately" to Increase I Name In LetterWASHINGTON were somewhere in the eastern
will be the greatest the state has Billy Graham Says HeWon't military pressure on the Mediterranean with several hundred
ever k now n." Green said. Viet Cong. Marines on board. If the

"We've already got Indicationsthat Doesn't (AP)-A cookware The references to Johnson peace force Is approved the
the sales tax will bring in He Agree manufacturer has told investigating Young told the Senate Rules Marines probably would be the
more than $ZO million for the Although Johnson said some senators he sprinkled -Committee in testimony released vanguard of a U. S. contingentof
first time in history. Seek Any Office neutralization plan might re- President Johnson's name Saturday, was just "to about 2,000 men.
"Of course partly this will be ceive a sympathetic hearing In into letters he sent a television use the weight of Sen. Johnson's The spotlight turned on Ma.karlos .
a result of broadening the tax. Washington he also said flatly station owned by the Johnson name at the station" I with the approval of the
but It is up even beyond that," "I do not agree with. General de family. The committee is Investigating plan In broad outline at leas(.
tie said. HOUSTON. Tex (AP-BWy) Gaulle's proposals.. But the manufacturer AlbertC. the financial by the governments of Greece
Green added "The picture Graham put an end Saturday to A standing-room-only crowd of Young, Silver Spring, Md. Robert G. Baker manipulationsof a former'and Turkey. Turkish approval
looks good. I'm not a pressimlitt reports that he might be Interested reporters jammed into the tiny said he did so without Johnson's Johnson who which came after a series of
resigned
in running for president. White House theater for the authority and in fact had never -Oct. 7 protege the Cabinet meetings In Ankara
as to Sen.ate's
secretary
lakeland.Man by saying he would "rather bea Mq' news conference at which Johnson spoken with Johnson then Democratic through the night, more or less
majority, The
preacher of the Gospel of Jesus also told newsmen: Democratic leader of the'' Sen- assured that the Turkish Cypriot -
Christ than hold any political r -Peace Corps Director Sar ate. (Turn .to Page 6-A. Column 5)) minority would fall in line.
KilledIn office In the world" xM gent Shriver will take on additional
!
,' "I have intentions of entering duties as a special presidential
politics or to giving the assistant to co-ordinate Critical Audit Report Cited
Wreck slightest encouragement to my Johnson's proposed "war onpoverty
Friends who want me to," Graham '"
By TOM HUGHES said. The President had high praise Development Board Practices

Ledger Staff WriterA Die 45-yeer-old evangelist
6-A, Column 2)P're )
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54-year-old Lakeland man made the comments at a news (
was fatally injured when his conference which he called to
car struck 'a telephone pole reply to a published report in Draw Sharp Comment By Kelly
and i an oak tree 4.2 mitessouth i.the Houston press Friday which
\ of Lakeland on Old said he was considering accepting

State Road 37 last night a draft for the Republics A state audit report criticalof they were his own We need a crate contracts and returnedto '
Dead on arrival at Lakeland presidential nomination. spending practices of the governor who will name a the payroll when contractsran
General Hospital was Graham said he had been under man to direct Florida's promo out
Glen A. Hicks of Route 4, considerable pressure for n Florida Development Commission tional agency who knows the Ellison's audit report for the

Medulla. several months "from some of brought sharp comment value of a dollar a man 34 months ending June 30,
State Trooper P. A. Blossey my friends and certain political Amusements ...... 10-B yesterday from State Sen. who has had to get a dollar's 1963 also made these points:

said the accident happenedjust leaden to give consideration to Bridge 4....*.....>..>. 8-B Scott Kelly. value for every dollar spent
after S o'clock when Hicks running for high political of Kelly an announced candidate and knows how to do the Paid For RepairsThat
.. 2-B
model Citrus ........ .. "
his 1962
was driving fice. for governor, said the same for the taxpayer. the commission paid
........ 7-H-D
car north on the road. For an Classified Auditor Ernest for

Hell Be NeutralHe report by State Misused Funds repairs to a leased airplane
unknown reason the car veered Comics -........."... 7-B Ellison underscored: the although its contract
to the right side of the Indicated the most recent Crossword Puzzle 11-B need for a governor with a Ellison's report said the provided for the plane ownersto

road and went onto the shoulder office urgings came for him from to seek the Republicans. political- Deaths ..........*...... 6-A record of success in the business commission for used money appropriated pay for all repairs. "
of the road for 123 feet world. contractors to
before it struck a telephone However he said several Dear Abby _....., 11-B "Disregard for the taxpayer PlY its regular workers State That two employes were,
N pole. years ago the Democrats had Editorials __...... 4-A Is evident in the loose handling law requires regular employee paid mileage of 75.50 each
Pole approached him. 'Rather Be A Preacher'I Horoscope _..... 9-B of state funds as revealed to be paid from salary appropriation for traveling together In aprivatelyowned
Snapped .
"I intend to be neutral, he ... 1-3-D the report. Kelly said and places restrictions airplane.That
Sports.... ._ by It
purchased extras for
The pole was snapped in said.Graham .t gig Gr.h... h reeve <..imf news emffnac. e k.. S-D "We need a governor dedicated on salaries.
Finance 4
I half. Blossey reported, but the was In Houston for told' MWOTMH that he hen se .intmtiM. .. ...t.".., plinks. The Stocks to the practice of sound Ellison said his audit of the an automobile which were not
car continued on for another the ninth annual Layman's ......IW kM the ca.'.r.M' t. n..k. kit. MMmMitf hi rest v Women ."........1-10-C business principles who can agency showed cases In which authorized made and that the commission .
14 feet, slammed into aa oak Leadership Institute and ad- te pbhslwl, reports these lie mifht ."tpt e pr.sil.eti.lrah.' .. (At Weather Map... 2-A appoint a director who will employee were switched from numerous puN'Tum

{f (Turn to Page 6-A. Column 4) (Turn to Page 6-A. Column 6) WINh..,). watch over public funds( as U regular payroll Jobe to sep- to Page 6-A, Column 4J


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M.. I 2-A _.LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. 2. 1'M _.. .1 < 1I !Registration
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WORRIED ABOUT : : J, : :Et ; lfroi1 Cl.t 'C nlW"e ,
Holland Favors Talk Over tJifJ;. <' At m AlaYmsRep. I'

--. I YOUR HEARING ? \ tne :. .KEt N tItJD ; Lag

Panamanian Sore Points MattoxWINTER
; \ SONOTONE is THE I < .

company to see TALLAHASSEE w The of the major sore spots. i HAVEN "Unless
,....i' Untied States should negotiate On other subject, he said: Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation something Is done' loon, we'll

If you need expert help on a hearing problem thousands with factor Panama in on the several current irritating 4U, That term he hoped in the to senate run for, bu another t. Stalloll N L. Tampa ...... ... TJ 58 Detroit ............ 38 35 hive a real miserable showingat
and thousand will tell Sonotone is the bent because of the
the polls lagin
you ..... 58 32Galneliville'
put, but not on the continued; said he wasn't ready yet to announce LAKELAND ...... 7Z II W. Palm Beach.. 83 62 Kansas City
Thousands have also found sad ....... 63 33 voter registration In Polk
many through experience Little Rock
and
operation complete security his candidacy. ........
elsewhere that Scnolonc Is the most economical in of the Panama Canal Itself, 70 511' Atlanta .......... 54 43 Memphis .......... 58 35 County," State Rep. Ray Mat-
the long run Sea Spesiard Holland said. That Florida Democrats I Jacksonville ...... GI 56 Boston ............ 31 35 Montreal........, 34 21 ,,of WlnteAa&n\ said'yes
In 35 of leadership we have led the in superior should unify behind Preslden Key West ......... 81 87 Charleston .......v 84 5& New Orleans ...... 83 41 lox .
hearing aids year guaranteed service: established way local The senior Florida senator. In Johnson at the Democratic National Miami :...:....... 82 f2 Charlotte .. ..!...... 'sl 31 New York ........ 38 :J.4 terday
helpful policies. offices his 18th year, was here sampling Convention Johnson, said. Orlando ........... 71 82 Chicago ........... 42 33 Phoenix .......... 14 :34Pensacola. Mattox aaJlStati.:: Democratic
company political winds prior to runningfor I Holland, "recognize the Importanca ..........' .tI3. 48 Cincinnati ..\....... 41 37 Salt Lake City ..., 34 18 Committeeman Walter O GIb-,
This Sonotone service is not more expensive. Hearing his fourth term In the sere of Florida to him and St. Petersburg .... 87 56 Dallas............ 62 34 San Juan'Po R. ... 19 10 son Jr, of EafloW, along 4rithl!
aids are a long-range investment. They are a dead loss if ate.Holland he gives every indication of a. Sarasota .......t? 71 .83 Denver .......,... .4 )0 seattle ............ 50 41 several cities
tossed into a drawer after a few weeks. Sonotone seeks to said In a news conference friendly and sympathetic interest Tallahassee ....... 67 53 Des Moines ....... 45. 23 Washington ....... 47 38v Jaycees from area
provide lifetime hearing the economical way. that this country should toward Florida"High have called f9r'meeting: tomorrow

Sonotone hearing aids are priced to fit all budgets. All discuss three Irritants He pro mprnlng at 8 o'clock at

can be purchased on easy credit terms. Plus our unique posedDiscussions: of the Park Restaurant In Winter
tho fact that
Hits Milk y .
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in ,tq t ietea Y.S. wuna* IUaAU
replacement plan company sponsored 48 states which cheaper goods are sold to too Haven. The meeting Is'being
means you never need be without your Sonotone hearing many persons In the Canal Zonein held to try to find ways to stimulate
aid. Remember-, the but t never expensive.SONOTONE. competition with merchants Board's Action voter to register

outside the cone. The chairman ,of the Democratic
-The annual lease this coun- ORLANDO w-Miami Mayor
executive committee.
try pays for the Canal Zone Robert King High sid last night Stewart Caudill of Bartow.and
the trusted name In belter hearing for 35 yean might be raised. the Florida Milk Commission's Republican Executive Committee
-More Panamanians be allowed removal of price controls in two ? H.
Chairman W. McConkey
217 Eat Lemon Street, Lakeland to work In the Canal Zone. counties( was "unfair and not In will also
Jr of Wlatef'Haven
Telephone MU 2-7816 Holland called the differences the best Interests of milk producers the '
attend meeting
Batteries for All Hearing Aids I in living standards just Inside and consumers In the Mattox said "a number of
,,the zone and just outside It one__state"
'--- ---- people are*greatly concerned
about the lack of interest shown
141 fhow.rs so far in re-reglstrating. This ,is
why we have decided to try to(
ljnetr t. .:..s do something about it.
tea "W urge everyone to regist<
MONDAY SPECIALSMEN'S 70 /Ie.ri.Il come now and up.vote" when the elecio| i

#.r p+ytlete fwsd.y .
#lgww phew t4HIA Mawrspaial.lead ,

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S.._.. mow flurrim .r. tersest ....., sewer Greet Le" ntAtlantic <.. assewed tII.h Mrth
coastal l states. U.ht mew li predict fr .rtl.m .f seethe.. pUim. s..tter04 .._.,. .renMclpottd Jewelry D.*f. 5,ec/i
.bi coastal sections ef the PmlHc ti ftw_. elM to pertly cUorfy skis. ittmiU pitvcllv uraw.es a.dwt a'.ssI'.i
.r tho Mural**.! .f the ..'10". CAP Wlr' 't..t.l
$ CUCKOO CLOCK

PANTS 2 : ZONE Generally FORECASTSA fair through I C'.nee.wd_. .. ...0........eanaY1 e e. .
.._ 8"
t'.'''
w e. ...... tonight. High 58 to M. North- ...... ...._- CarraraWaltham
Pr. erly winds 8 to 18 miles an

hour. I or Helbros

B, Generally fair. High in .._
LMI| ,,,raM.. ....
KHAKI or GREY 28.42 WAIST Weathercast the 60s Winds 10 to IS mile*. -I. wft...,.. -....-.... 191 .
I : Mostly northerly and diminishing r.:::::: .t n:r'I

r: Fair weather with cooler temperatures ., ...rwa {
\
were predicted today D: Generally fair. High In Waltham of Helbros
by U, S. Weathermen .\
, the 60s Northwesterly wind Mews. ...
Winds will be from west to ..t. "H
Khaki I 10 to IS mile an hour becoming 14"

Matching $ 50 northwest, becoming northeasterly -.s; ...naMMnw' t,.%. IT
or 2 at 8 to 14 miles an hour. = mostly northerly. Not.
SHIRTS for Moderate humidity was predict' ; E, F. C: Mostly fair. High TreNsbter AHHM RedleLadies'

Siur1 .17 ed.The .I 66 to 70 Northwesterly winds ........... _.
high temperature for the to IS miles an pour, becoming .L.... ..... .t...the
day will be 67 degrees with mostly northerly, Ne.rIM .,area..Nan...t-. 29'7

onight's. low falling to 54 de- H, I: Mostly. 'air. H/gtv/ In a.e..esa
irees.DutboarcLMotor the low 70s. Iy'tnds
H\ 5 to-IS mile an hour,_ Pendants
MONDAY J:$ Partly cloudanJ mild CuttuKI* .....,"......: 440
,Qpyp&SOPEN with high la tbeJowerTta. fifrftf
/ ., K: fartly ckmdyl with hlglj I $

.FREE Class To .70_ .to__14._ __.__ L_ _1_
Begin
NIGHT TILL 9 I

I Woman Dies a rE
41e&Sh At Winter Haven

Downtown Lakeland BARTOW Shelley S. Boone, In AccidentA
I superintendent of public Instruction
announced yesterday that year-old Lakeland woman
a course on outboard motors was killed when she was thrown!
will begin on Tuesday at the from her car in a collislun witha
Winter Haven High School in truck on State Road 33A and'
DEPARTMENT Room 10 at 7 p.m. the Morgan-Combee Road late
Te 60-hour course will cover Friday afternoon.She .
[ENTER the basic principles of the two-- was identified as Cleo Cur- $
I5COUNT cycle engine details of carbu- ington Elrod of Route S. Her
retina and ignition, and general death was Polk County's ninth
maintenance of outboard motors fatality of the year '
The shop class will meet each State Trooper E. E Williams' FOQ YOUR OLD /
Tuesday and Thursday night said the accident happened
218 E. Pine from 7 until 9 o'clock for the when Mrs. Elrod drove her carl', 114 -. TRADE NOW

60 hours from behind a stop sign into:
The instructor Is Charles F. the path of a truck driven by'
Orr. 'Francis Americo Carullo( of'
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I Car Hit I

i Mrs. Elrod was thrown 31 i


HELD OVER-One More Week :'side feet Her from of auto two her careened parked'car to cars her death'l beforej j i"1

'It
: came to a halt. The cars I
were owned by Charles Henry)
'Avery and Mary Foxhall both
of Lakeland I

Mrs Elrod; was manager of
45,000 FREE STAMPS the lunchroom .at the Combee'/'\
School She came to Lakeland '
8 years ago from Crossvllle. Ala.
PLUS You asked for it, so here it is' ONE MORE WEEK of Free J-tf She was a native of Cottonton,
Green Stamps when you save at Polk Federal PLUS 45,000 ,Ala. She was a member of the
Stamps in Door Prizes! First Prize Is 25,000 Stamps! Second 'Methodist Church In Crossvllle ffiva'X y I
Prize Is 10,000 Stamps! Five additional prizes of 2000 stomps :and past worthy matron of the At
each! Nothing to ,Eastern Star of Crouville.I .
buy Just register at either location! 4 I
I Survivors include her husband w
i E. Marvin Elrod of Lakeland
; two daughters, Mr*. Waljtene -
Jackson of Lakeland and
Mrs. Keller Weaver Birming
ham Ala.; two sons, Philip C
FREE ,Ida r/ GREEN! STAMPS e.. Elrod of Lakeland and Marvin .. t 'eAt ro
Elrod Jr. of Croasville; two Y

Right NOW you get FREE 4.J tf Green Stomps r t brothers Charles W. Curingtonof
Ga. and
Douglas Montgomery
when you save at Polk Federal! ,
1 Curington of Cottonton; 14

HERE'S HOW IT: WORKS s 'grandchildren and nephews. and several nieces!

Open a new account Has th.
or* Funeral services were held
preterit for odd account to your) number Green of Stomp Jftf Saturday afternoon at the Heath 1
Chapel with the Rev. WilliamB. :i.i 1 1L
THIS AMOUNT ".t ,<0 I 1 you WILL RECEIVE t : Caldwell. pastor of Lakewood''
$100 ,', 100 ( I Park Methodist Church, conducting I I
$200 200 the services
$300 300 I Burial wilt be In Collinrville Your Benrus watch movement must
$400 400 1 f l Memorial Cemetery under the perform properly for ,3 full years orb!
$500 or more 1 1000 direction of the Wilson Funeral i Benrus will ,repair tjeplace U free.
,Home of FL Payne, Ala. Local '
The minimum number of stamps we can give out is arrangements were under direction -
100. The maximum number of stamps Is 1000. of Heath Funeral..Chapel
Only one stamp gift per account please, end reinvesting :
S
current dividends can't count t -
HEMORRHOIDSFissures
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PDIIf IEUEI/AI Fistulas and
SAJI/I/GJ
other Rectal Diseases u wAr
successfully treated by z DIAMONDS lU6SA6E ? 1 1t

AKD LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND ,p NON-SURGICAL 'Diemene f raters '
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methods i 1

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. 2, 1N4 ,-\

Lakeland May Get Railroad Attraction!



Greater Lakeland U under road Americana made a tour
consideration as the possible of the city late Friday with
future location of Steam town, business and civic leaders.He .

U.S.A. 1* planning to move his
F. Nelson Blount, the founder multi-million dollar collectionof fg@.Cee'l a
and chairman of
the Steam.
steam locomotives and old
town Foundation for '
the Preservation railroad coaches to a Central
of Steam and Rail- Florida site from Its present

location in New Hampshire.

Blakewood, New City Toured long '

The business executive\ was
Lakeland Area conducted on a tour of Great. sale"cl..h'e !
er Lakeland after landing at tMUlaU
Drane Field by E E Kelley
Farm
ForesterRobert Jr., a member of the l.idiu- ..,
trial Board: R. William
E. Blakewood has begun Schroter president of the brand 'J' 4
I. his duties as farm forester Greater Lakeland Chamber of
in Florida Forest Service District Commerce; Mayor Harold seamed and .
3. with headquarters officeat Grlczard and other city lead
Lakeland. The announcement en. seamless hosiery .i i
was made by State Forester C. Blount spoke Friday nightat
H. Coulter. the annual ladles' night regularly 98c
Blakewood will assist timber dinner of the Christian Business y '
growers and forest landowners Men's Committee at the tir sale! 79c
in Indian River St Lucie, Okee- Cadet. In addition to members /'
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Wife Injured a meeting of the Christian of'lcer 0 f the
forester of ,the University of Worth $400,000ST.
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Not NegotiatingBy
I Citrus ThievesFLORIDA



CITRUS MUTUAL set cattle rustlers, but the fruit thieves JAMES RESTON

up its legal bar r i I. r against citrus have become bolder and more numer fl>)ifser tIer'Cba.a :mss' "

thieves in the nick of time. ous as citrus prices nave risen. t WASHINGTON President

Not in time to prevent citrus thefts The situation had reached the point Johnson Is not likely to leave
the Viet Nam problem where
completely but in time to make the where it
was1rnperatlthat an extra it is. The last coup d'etat In v 'tx >

stealing of citrus much more difficult ordinary move be made, and the fruit November was a tragedy. Th

during this season of record high protection division was conceived as second one last week was almost .

prices. the most effective expedient. a Joke sort of a cabinet -

Inasmuch as there Is now coordinated I.- Although it if well known that close shuffle with tanks and x tf '
the United States Is beginningto
vigilance to keep citrus thefts at vigilance is being maintained, there are look not only Inefficientbut

the lowest possible minimum, It is reasonable still characters bold enough to take a M slightly foolish.

to assume that less fruit Is being chance. They roam hither and yon with l President Kennedy, who wu

stolen than would have been stolen their trucks, many of them operatingat a patient and vaguely pesalmlstlo tic

if Mutual had not established its fruit night, striking wherever they figure on supporting man, might a nation have gone that

protection division. they can quickly pilfer a load and be would not defend itself, but

The division is headed by Leslie on their way.Owners Johnson, who is neither patient

Bessenger, a former sheriff of Pasco of i'ovesare constantly on nor pessimistic, is not

County, who reports that by means of the alert but-it Is beyond possibility to likely to go on paying out JAMES RESTON
guard aU the groves every minute. So over $1 million a day to per
the coordinated 96
legal
system
persons public cooperation to help spot thieves petuate a stalemate.Accordingly France has proposed "neu

have been arrested this season. and notify the proper authorities is we are probably trality" 'for the whole peninsula -

There have always been citrus needed to make the protection programas coming to the end of the and Washington has tend

thieves,,Just as there have always been effective as possible period when the United States ed to scoff at him. 'Why

( let him try it? He has a
Nate. I.
lion In Hanoi the North V t

approaching a new phase and he
I namesa capital,
City Gripe SessionsTHE I where both fighting and negotiating ( poses to have a diplomatic

will be stepped up. mission la Communist Chins

CITY commission of the Polk though there had seemed to be a de.. Voice of the People Without a more aggressive whose support for any such

County community of Fort Meade Is mand by quite a few citizens that such I military strategy the pros policy of total'neutrality is
sessions be held. pects of a more successful probably essential.
about to receive a suggestion from Its The fact Is that city commission This 1 Is The Ledger's Opinion Page diplomacy are not good buta Johnson has not been able
Mayor William J. Loadholtes that the combination of the two mightbe
dissuade De Gaulle from
meetings are open meetings and citizens ," fruitful. ,Jo
commission hold a "gripe session" every =
free and stand and This orfitorlol ,. .... .'. ....., entering Into diplomatic rela
are to go up lfn "ow pep. awe opinions o* "' of Cllrt'tI'"t .interest In Hi*
few months to give citizens an opportunity have their say But, many citizens are editwiol; colum. It welcomes the splnlens! ., radon In the Vole o. the Po*,le eolll"'''. lettoni "' ...* THE COMMUNISTS In North tlona with Pelping, but noth-
to get loads off their chests. too shy to go and speak their pieces In N .". The sessions would be of the old. and .. 250 weds, end poetry asset be snot The Lodgor totorvo the right to reject wry lotto. or both economic and military him to prove that
of
fashioned town hall variety and there such an atmosphere officiality ihorto* It. Opinions of colnmnbti and othor contributors oppoor .oliowhoro" this ,.... pressure. They have built alight his independent diplomacycan
formality.The Industry there that Is
fore open to all. session the pride of their leader Ho have some practical value.
town hall gripe
typeof
or Holiday Inn for accommodateIng cars with windows closed:
Chi Minh has been allowed
and It

sessions fine.
such
In principle are
meeting seems to have the psycho- Country the Industrial prospects; heater, defroster and perhaps to operate without any MEANWHILE, Niklta Khrushchev -
In practice they don't always work out logical effect of enabling some citizensto Mr. Vandroff and the Yarnall windshield wipers operating Interference while the "war who professes to be

extremely well feel readier to blast away. And we Deserves Fate Transfer and Storage Co. for and with the addition of has been fought primarily In In a Jovial mood these days, t .

They have to be handled well to Americans, enjoying a guaranteed free- ,. handling the luggage to and music on the radio a siren approaching the rice paddies and hills of has some Influence with the

keep them' from drifting off onto an dom of speech, do love to blast away. EDITORi If the American from the airport; Mr. Charles ,at a distance of South \iet Nam. North Vietnamese Communists -
Cooper and the Cities Tran.itiInc. At the same ,time. Ho Chi
erratic tangent of trivialities Often So, town hall meetings do serve a people'elect Sen. Margaret .. for bus transportation. only a block or two can be Minh with the diplomatic and he might be urged r .

such meetings become chaotic without purpose, and can be made productiveof Chase Smith President then and all of the businessmen and easily confused with some backing of Moscow and Pel once more to, try a little

being productive of real benefits. It is good if they don't degenerate into the country deserves its fate. city officials who contributedof other sound or blend In per. ping, has Insisted on the "peaceful coexistence" in
have How can a woman, who their time escorting the Industrial "neutralisation" of South VietNam Viet Nam.
such to
for
easy meetings more emotional pandemonium.In fectly as one more note.of the
can't make up her mind as to prospects around while Insisting: that the None of this however is
,
heat than light.Lakeland short, town hall meetings are all Lakeland and hosting them at radio music. "neutralization" of his own .
had a couple of town hall right If they get Something useful done.If which hat to buy make the the banquet held In their hon I have been told by the police territory in North Viet Nam likely to have any effect so
decisions the President of the or at the Lakeland Yacht and IIOt' long as tine military battle
meetings quite a few years, ago and the Fort Meade commissioners that all operators of is negotiable.The
they were most disappointing. They decide to go ahead and sponsor such United States must make? Country Club.Without emergency vehicles are Instructed problem therefore, Isj goes badly In South Viet Namr
the cooperation of the Communists of and there Is
turned out to be purely gripe sessions sessions, we hope they will prove to bed Q.E.DJReminder the city and the support of the to vary the tone and to this relieve convenient situation In North Viet Nam no to pressure reach anaccommodation. on, j

without the element of constructive- much more successful than did the entire community we could make the siren sound distinctive Which they fight the kind ofguerrilla .

ness. Nor were they well attended, al Lakeland sessions. ,not have made such a fine but that the department! "war tIwj prefer en*, showing to these people. is aware of Its milulllbetause'the South Vletaamesatsodlehiie
South Vietnamese seem to assume
enjoying immunity from attack -
'W driver of the vehicle Is too
AMA. EDITOR: With a view to LAKELAND, INDUSTRIAL on their own; and In that the U. S. commit-
our long record of complacency BOARD busy to operate the siren which they refuse to negotiate ment to help them Is unlimited. -
I As Judge Kanner RefiresTWO I believe each and every Paul E.Chairman Naylor properly, or its control consists the "neutrality" of North Viet There have now been two
city and town should have a of a switch on the dashboard Nam while insisting on the Insurrections In three months.
I street or prominent building manually operated and "neutrality" of South Viet This could be contagious, and
WEEKS hence, Judge A. O. during his years 'on the Court here. named "Kennedy" as a reminder Calls SirenDangerous clumsy: or that the operator Nam. who knows next time it may
I Kanner of the Second District Court Now he will move back to his home in of what hatred can do. may mistakenly believe that The objective of the United be the colonels against the

j of Appeals in Lakeland will retire, end.. Stuart. Lakeland regrets to lose him the highest pitch Is the loud S government in that pen'nsula generals and after that the
N.C.L.Cooperation est or most effective
is clear enough captains the colonels.
I ThoughWashington against
ing 40 years of public service. and joins the bar in general and the I. W. H. has talked loose Johnson however Is, not

I They have been years of honorable judiciary in particular in appreciationfor EDITOR! The siren Is indeed BartowIEnough ly about "winning the war; amused by all this. It Is giving .
l service which has earned for him the the devoted public service he has a dangerous method of as If nothing but unconditional his new administration
1 high esteem of the members of the bar:> rendered. warning particularly u it is surrender of the Communistswas a bad name abroad and outside
and others with whom he has had occasion Is Hailed frequently misused by the operators Its aim, actually it Is on of keeping Henry Cabot
I of some emergency record as favoring the "neu- Lodge In Saigon, is doing him
to deal, among them membersof vehicles. I have timed sirens tralization": of the whole of no good politically at home.
the Legislature., EDITOR The Lakeland Industrial being operated "wide open" Is Enough"EDITOR the country, North Viet Nam Consequently, a policy of
Charges DroppedYOU Board would like to as well as South. sterner alternatives probably
He !is a native Floridian who beganhis thank all for periods as long as six min
who contributed to lies ahead for both the South
: It won't be long
public career as a state attorney. remember that the success of the Industrial
recently a utes.This until our will be called THERE IS very little evidence Vietnamese and the North
From his position as prosecutor he chimpanzee was seen driving an automobile Tour Activities. We would like means that for distances the United country States of Ken- however, that It has devoted Vietnamese. Instead of neither -

I went to the Florida House and served along Interstate 4 between to give special thanks and rec probably upwards of nedy. It's getting very nauseating. much thought,..energy fighting nor negotiating effectively -
S ognition to The Ledger staff three miles the operator of time to such all including
or negotiating an participants,
five terms then served two terms
as Lakeland and Tampa. for the excellent Job done on the siren did nothing to change Enough is enough.BEn accommodation or encouraged the United States are
a state senator. publicity for the Industrial Air its tone. else to da ) have do
Well, the chimp came up for trialin anybody so. probably going to to
After his legislative years he be- the Hi11&., rough County traffic Tour; Mr. Gerlach and the In today's well. Insulated MCCARTNEY President De Gaulle of more of both.

came a circuit judge and was servingin
court in Tampa a few days ago, and
that capacity when he was chosen
the were dropped.
charges

seven which His years he elevation is about ago for to to the the retire.District position Court from ever Before, the judge dismissing couldn't the resist case,saying how- Of Men And Mice And Their Plans IBy I

what everybody else said at the time
had the warm approval of practicing ARTHUR KROCK and assassination of President fensive Western of "
the Alliances government to supply the was In clear and Immediate
chimp was caught driving-namely -
attorneys and members of the judici Qhs jorkRim'. Diem and his brother followed which NATO Is the core, has pressures which forced the jeopardy by the Soviet installations -
could drive better
ary. He had given ample indication of that the chimp WASHINGTON-The heavy a public attack on the sprouted new seeds of disintegration Netherlands to yield West of offensive missiles
than a lot of people. emphasis on domestic prob- Diem regime by the head of with the diplomatic New Guinea to Sukarno's military
having an exceptionally good legal
The judge had a good reason for lems and remedial programsin the U. S. government, has recognition of Communist aggression\ flat violation in Cuba, 90 miles from
mind and he had the judicial tempera President Johnson's first been overthrown by another China by France. And the of the U. N. charter to the Florida coast has a
ment for weighing dispassionately and, dropping the charges. He had looked State of ,the Union messageon in a dubious prospect that the structure of the system already which all concerned were signatories. threat of "confrontation" been
objectively, separating! the true and and looked all through the law books Jan. 8 gave the general assumption change will strengthen the had been weakened by And it also fostered risked And that was perforce.
relevant from the spurious and irrelevant and hadn't been able to find a single that h. expected no conduct of the war againstthe the policy of this country in the) timorous thesis that a So J4, the apse of a few
law against auto driving by a chimp. new. Immediate International Red Invaders. the U. N. that was expressed "Confrontation of the great weeks'since the President put
and passing fair judgment crises which would divert his And again President Sukarno In supporting agalnat Portugal powers" Is the certain priceof his heaviest! accent on domestic
I He is not retiring with finality. It The judge did say, however, that concentration on pushing these of Indonesia is construingan and other NATO allies the any substitution of a strong problems, the compara
f is characteristic of him and under.. the chimp shouldn't be allowed to programs through Congress. agreement promoted by moat Irresponsible resolutionsof world policy for one of compromise tive quiet on the world stage
standable that he has expressed the drive any more, which is what oughtto If this assumption was sound the U. S. and hailed as a the general assembly, provided in the face of such has been"supplanted by
I its basis has now been shattered "triumph" for Attorney Gen- they were affixed with threats as are constantly biting crises::which have upset the
hope he will be called back into service be said about a lot of human motorists by explosive events all eral Kennedy I Its intermediary the label of "anti-colontslsm: ," made by the Soviets, Su- table of priorities In his first

for a little while now and then too. around the world. on his habitual understanding karno ft Co. message...pas the State of the
when he is needed.He Now the chimp's case is closed but The East-West disarmament of these arrangements THIS POUCY led the U. S. Only when national security Union
negotiations resumed at Gen- heads I win. tails you lose. "
has been a Lakeland resident not forgotten.A eva have been brutally inter- His consent to cease-fire in
rupted by the latest Soviet Malaysia he Insists does not

THOUGHT-And at the evening sacrifice I rose from my fasting with my garments and my mockery of their concept commit his irregular partisans Potomac
FeverBy
mantel rent and fell upon my knees and spread out my hands to the Lord my God,-Ezra 9.5.: the gunfire which destroyeda the guerrilla terroristson
strayed unarmed United the border.
States training plane and killed The good neighbor policy of
I Its crew. And this Incident this nation In the Western FLETCHER KNEBEL
LAKELAND LEDGER presages a continuation of the hemisphere now fortified by
sterile record of these consultations the greatest of all persuaders Historians reveal that King James I warned the British In 1604 against the
broken only by a nuclear the hundreds of millions assigned use of tobacco. It worked, too. Every one who heard his words has quit smoking.

ODNI OaT) eowm in, test-ban treaty which to the alliance for progress ,
PuMitftOTI JOHN sON. VIMPrwtdntt already ls blocking the projectof is In a higher state
Imperial Polk County HAMffim a, 0110, Odi* NBC signs a $36 million TV contract with the American Football
League.
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canal
Isthmian by
of
tori CLIVK MAMA Maflavtno a new urmelghborllness by reason
World's Citrus Center ,-, ems.., BOO rownlDir.aen HUNT, AtvwtltlnaMAftlll nW.. prohibiting peaceful atomic of the formal charge of the This is the league that takes to the air on almost every play; so you've, got to
,. ..._... admit that LBJ's '
".".. "CM.IID M.n..... "&AILIT. excavation republic of Panama that the war on poverty is off the ground ,:,?
A. further evidence that the U. S. Is an "aggressor" of its "L "

The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.portm.nts-686.1151 Geneva ed on an negotiations illusion are that found effective sovereignty.And In contrast. to Cuba, Another coup upsets the government of South Viet Nam.' Questions are
disarmament can precede the government of Panama snot raised on the identity of the new leaders: who zinh now and who" zonh first?

SUISCRIPTION RATES a formula for durable world Communist and has no *
which In turn must be ties with the Communist world.
peace Eisenhower we shouldn't "throw stones" at
0" Y... ... .. .. 92080 Ono Month . .. . 51.75 preceded by an atmosphere of Yet It Is Panama which has who gifts.says And high government officials
accept just so every Republican can hear' that .
She Menthe .. .. .. $10.40 W..k . . .. .. .40 mutual trust Moscow is magnified mistakes made by don Johnson is willing to give them all a stereo hi fi seCT, 'tatementi'Ln.'".
Throe Mouths ..... ... $ 5.20 Sunday Only Yoor . 97.10 making threats that grave this country in its relations ',T:::-"
consequences would follow the with that government and its

deployment of U. S. military people by citing the U. S. as A man is only young once whereas women make sure they get a
PuBltihoel efterneoni lIe',1 S.tsrd.y.nd on Sunday morning by laktland Nowipapor Carp. forces to restore peace on the the defendant in the forumsof fling at it every decade or so.
L........ Florida. II102 Island of Cyprus. the Organization of American *
States and the United Na-
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THE RUUNG Junta In South tions. The U.S. forges ahead of Russia in rocket thrust but Russia beats us In

Viet Nam, whose deposition The postwar system of de- Olympic hockey. Luckily, the Soviets have only got one game.on ke.It .

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Joins Cerebral Palsy Staff SUNDAY CINNERINCLUDES

Mrs Richard Burnette hu Confusion Reported After Milk PRIME- RIBS-
joined the tuff of United Cerebral -
SD: > li OF BEEF
Patsy of County, Uk-
trig chart of school.the center'i developmental Board Removes Price ControlsTAMPA $2.00ROAST

,Mrs. Burnette; a registered LEG
occupational' therapist attend. at -Confusion In re much is 10 cent per half gal, and that the action spread rapid. OF LAMB
tail pricing was reported In Ion. One chain store manager Iy.
ed the Northfltld School for Hillsborough and Ptnellas counties said he was uncertain what Further study will be given $1.a5>>
Girls la Massachusetts and the 3 )yYu lir yesterday, following Florida price would be charged. the situation at a special com
University of Kansas for two Milk Commission removal of: Ralph Holbrook of Lakeland, mission meeting Feb. 4 la Or Other Selected
years before, Driving her degree price control. In the two coun president of the Florida Dairy lando.
la occvpationat therapy ties. { Farmers Federation called aboard Appetiiing Meals
Special meeting were called meeting Monday at Win REALLY DRY
from the Richmond Professional '
by three major milk producing ter Park to discus the matter. from $1.40CHEHTERIA
Institute of the College of William organizations, who feared elimination The milk commission removed Africa Some are part so dry of that southwestern one min
SERVICIUtlOltlO
and Mary a' Richmond, of the commission' mini price controls because of around ing center must distill fresh water .
Va. mum price requirements would of price cutting In the from the sea and even con P.M.e4de
She Interned"*! occupational result in price wars and result.I two counties. It was the first dense,water from fog ______
ant loss of revenue to the dairy time in years the commission
therapist In the Glendale, Md.,
men. had relaxed its hold completelyon C-
Tuberculosis Hospital and later In St. Petersburg, s survey of price In an area under Its INSURANCESUYICk I I4N
was employed In,the neuropsychiatrlo grocery stores showed some jurisdiction. : .
cord injury and orthopedic operators were maintaining Commission officials In Tallahassee .
1 1IIICe .
section at McGuire Vet.erane' price which prevailed before said several milk stores Lanler Upihsw, Ills J.m.l.t.l.i.4 Lttctlo Hllli 24 Peen 11.4.
Hospital in Richmond.She : fQ7hf the commission order. cut their price below the com 82253sea .
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also worked, in Other cut their A v M M.HI*
pediatricsat prices as mission's established minimum a-YM. ,J
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workshop in Richmond.Her .
husband is a member of H
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I three children, lives at CHARGE NOW! PAY LATERIOpen !
217 E. Delmar St. ennotff

DR. L. DAVID CLARK
NIW UCr STAM MEMBER M... Richer1 Burnt, lilt n.wly ....... *.H ........*, .1 ..k.
Chiropractic Physician Unlt.4 C.rttr.1 F.li, .1 ,.Ik Cmmtr. sad Mrs goat Slkn, Jeei.r. Welfare, ...*.*. ............ tale
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.<:Sunday-ALAKELAND, Feb. 2. 1164 LEDGER: k Kelly Castigates BoardIn Graham Widow Of Noted Russian


RangerImpacts Wake Of Audit BlastContinued Won't Run Novelist Dies At 68


( From Page One-A) For OfficeContinued I noted Only husband's three weeks death.after Mrs.her band of 18 in as her a young native ballet.Yalta dancer to the

chases of printing as a n lion and approving what he Tatlana Crebenstchikoff, 68,,, Crimea. ;
On MoonContinued emergency without obtainingbids has done" Kelly stated { From Page One-A) widow of Russian novelist I: "I visited her two days ago
and sometimes before "This is the type of administration George Crebenstchikoff, died I at the hospital" Dr. Sokoloff
the were dressed the closing session Sat. said "Her doctor informed her
emergency purchases we can expect from Friday after-
( From Page One-A) authorized. Inexperienced political appointees. urday. noon at Lakeland -] that she was affected by a very

seconds, or about 117 plcturei Kelly said some aspects of Handling of tax "For me to enter politics, the I General] grave, possibly incurable, dls-

each. With the spacecraft going the Development Commis payers' money separates the Lord would have to tell ma to Hospital. ease.
sion's program are aimed at men from the boys the responsible She had been,! 'I do( not want to die," she
about 5,200 miles an hour thu as clearly at He did Moses with
promoting a self-glorification from the irresponsible with herj said to me. 'I need a few more
would mean a picture every 4.4 the burning bush" Graham told along '
miles the descent c.mpalglfor Chairman-Di and the fiscal irresponsibility husband, a weeks to finish George's papers.
during rector Wendell Jarrard. evidenced by the newsmen after reading his prepared member of the! "She left us, still smiling, the)

714 Pictures Each "One-Man Show" auditor's report shows a I statement Florida South.ern warm-hearted, kind woman abs

Four narrow angle cameras complete lack of knowledge "Long' ago God called me to College faculty was," Dr. Sokoloff concluded.
I
"Commission members are of sound business principles," ) no immediate pm"vivors.
to take 714 each and had There are
were pictures ,
not to blame for what goes Kelly continued. preach the Gospel, and I haveno .
lived In Lakeland -
.34 Inter.
or one every mile at
on In the Development Commission intention of changing my vocation Funeral services will be held
vals of J second. No One In Mind 24 years TATIANA!
when we have the ," Graham read from the after coming tomorrow morning at 10:30: at
The first pictures taken by the and the direct- Kelly said that he does
chairmanship not Utement from "Churaevka," a settlemenl t t the Heath Chapel with burial ini
wide angle cameras were to
orship filled by the same have anyone In mind for the "The greatest service I can she and her husband founded it I Oak Hill Burial Park.
of 18.800square
show areas 151,000 and
miles. First pictures ol 1.Ie5. man, who apparently Is Intent jobs of chairman or director render to God and to the worldIn Connecticut after fleeing Russia t L Friends may call at the funeral -
on Improving his own of the Development Commission this critical period of history after the communist takeover. home today from 3 until 9
the narrow-angle cameras were in the business and but when elected .
position wantsto '
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now approaching of sh
a period While her husband wrote p.m.
to show of 1,460 and 1,020 "
areas worlds "who will be ; _
political Kelly as- appoint men grave domestic and International -worked In the printing shop the)I '
square miles. '4' 4, serted. He said that under of the dollar-a-yeir caliber danger and that
the nation
bad built in Connecticut, printIng
The best pictures were to be Jarrard the commission has Men who will have made desperately needs moral and Chief I Boy Hurt In
his novels. amonf
taken a few seconds before Impact been their marks
"a one-man show, and In the business
spiritual strength to win this these was "The Turbulent
noted Jarrard is the first world and will accept the appointments vast struggle In which we are Giant" which was published ir I Fall From Bike
The wide-angle cameras were AS RANGIR APPROACHES Indictttihow
MooN-Thl. mmHse commission director who has as a challenge to engaged" the Grebenstchikoffs
after
English
to' snap photographs 2.5 seconds >p.ceeroft Renter 6 ri uptcNo' f. .ppr..cl the moon for e also served as chairman. use their talents for the benefit to Florida Southern: An 11-year-old Lakeland boyI

before the crash that would record croth 'tondlnt hits the So ., Tranquil, to...,. The ipococrcft's "Commission policies are of the people of Florida. "NoSuch, Thing" "Often came late at night I would I was Injured when he fell from

areas of 3'/4 square miles lovltion comtrot ...,.,..11, will rorvrn pictures to oorth until the determined by the director. "As governor I will insist Replying to newsmen's ques- see her doing her heavy work,, his bicycle yesterday afternoon

and. one-half square. mile. Intrant of ....poet. TI,. See of Tranqvility It (root flat botln torn Everything Is.cut-and-dried. that the Development lions concerning a presidential I indifferent to fatigue and the> after i it, ran into a ditch OBI
The narrow angle cameras ISO miles cereal, o forgot sold N bo unlike ...,,101... on oorth but The commission members Commission Increase its efforts draft. Graham replied: "There surrounding world. 'You must t Cleveland Heights Boulevard.
taking their last photographs at roughly cemMroble. N California's Dtotk Volley.. Suit tendond have no voice In what Is to attract new Industriesand is no such thing as a draft All rest' I would say to her. She i Lakeland, police said Paul

two-tenths of a second before salt d..... rimmed, by ,....... "' .....t.I.... (A* Wlrtpholo Mont done. Mr. Jarrard I 11 In the payrolls to Florida. I drafts are organized: ahead of only smiled, continuing lieu r Hudson son, of Mr. and Mrs.
the crash from a height of ego) position of taking action and am unhappy with the com Ime." work," recalls Dr. Boris Soko. Albert F. Hudson of 414 Caro-,

about 1,750 feet, were to yield then sitting as the chief mission's record In this regard Graham said he had personal! I loft, a friend of long standinj t lyn Drive, suffered a fractured
pictures showing areas of 37,760 policymaker on the commis ," Kelly said. rlends among the Democratsand of the Grebenstchikoffs. right arm body bruises ant

square feet and 4,200 square Johnson Hits French the Republicans. She met and married her hess. abrasions. f

feet. More Coups Are Seen


Revenues Southeast Asia PlanContinued Coming In Viet NamSAIGON tutuartetfRITES I


Outstrip South Viet Nam' Junta headed by Maj. Gen.

( From Page One-A) I(AP-A ranking American of- Duong Van Minh. He persuaded FOR MR. WILKINS Services for Mrs. Giebel wil! County since 113$. He was a

EstimatesContinued tidal said Saturday more governments -: Minh to stay on as an adviserat Funeral services for MartinI be held In Freeport, Long Island truck driver for Alderman
for Shriver, who has ben ruen ntl-guerrllla war and U.S. efforts may fall in South Viet U. S. urging for at least some Wilkins, of 403 S. New York N.Y., under the directionof Transport Lines of Miami, and

tinned as his possible choice as to see that war stepped Nam'. continuing battle against continuity between regimes. Ave., who died Thursday, were Chester A. Fulton & Son Fueral -a member of the Church of
( From Page One.A) the Democratic vice-presiden- up. military and political unrest and Khanh dotted Saigon with held Friday at the Dukes-Steen Home. Burial will follow Christ.

January tales tax take Green ial nominee in November. Increase SuggestedThe Communist guerrillas. tanks and a few troop'concentrations -Funeral Home Chapel, with the .t the Lutheran Cemetery in He Is survived by Ms widow

Mum On Baker Case President said he had "I'm afraid Viet Nam Is not but there was no sugestion Rev: Invert: Cremer, pastor ofthe Middle Village Long Island. Mrs. Opal Zills; two daughters
said.Green of martial law, curfew, Westminster Arrangements In Lakeland are Miss Sharon Zills and Miss
laid he found tourist -He would not comment on sent a message several daysago yet through with coups the official Presbyterian
business good In all parts of the two questions about the Senate ; to the leader of the new told a newsman, "There. press or cable censorship that ,Church, officiating. Burial was being handled by the Heath Funeral Theresa Zills; three sons, James

state Miami, Jacksonville investigation of Johnson's erstwhile -Saigon regime, MaJ. Gen. Nguy.en may be several more like the characterized the coup that end- In Lakeland Memorial Gardens. Chapel. of the U.S. Army in the Panama

Tampa and St. Petersburg. protege, Robert G. (Bobby Khanh, suggesting an immediate one we saw Thursday-In ed Ngo Dlnh Diem'a nine years Organ music was provided by Zone, and Glen and Bob, bothof
Last summer, forecasts were ) Baker. The President said increase In military it may be Inevitable." of' control last Nov. 1. Mrs Arthur Rich Pallbearerswere RITES FOR MR. CURRIE Winter H.vela; step-son

that money from Florida's tax. he had already spoken "with ressure against the Viet Cong Looms f.ct'j The war against Communist Gordon Bassford, Earl E. Funeral services for James Ronald Alvis of Lake Alfred; a
Dictatorship
es would produce $168 million. candor and frankness" on this uerrillas continues and Khanh lennessee, A. E. Bell, Herbert Gordon( Currie, of 2909 Maple- sister, Mrs. Ona Belle Wray of
Actually, the take amounted to subject.He The President said Khanh Westerners believe the danger aid he plans no changes in the Ca.ebier. C. E. Greeawalt and'red wood, who died Tuesday were Five Point, Tenn.; a brother.
$171 million. gave him new assurances that of government power plays military command structure or Greschal. held yesterday at the First Will C. Zills of Winter Haven;
The same taxes are expectedto does not expect that the South Viet Nam was "proced- such as brought MaJ. Gen. Ngu-' provincial administration of the Presbyterian Church, with the and one grandchild.

produce $810 million from last civil rights bill now being debated -Ing immediately" with such yen Khanh to the top Thursday, nation, MRS. GERTRUDE COLEMANMrs. Rev. Ralph C. Arbaugh pastor, I Services will be held at 3

July 1 to June 30, and state In the House will have tobe plan. And Johnson said he sent will exist until a leader gathers Gertrude Isobell Coleman officiating. Burial was in Oak o'clock this afternoon at the

spending Is set up with this In trimmed back In order to It personal reply in which he nougtr public and political support 81, died Friday at her Hill Burial Park. ,Kersey Funeral Home chapel.
win enactment. But he said he aid
mind. With the big collection : to build a dictatorship. Probers Told home at 741 W. Lemon St. She Organ music was provided by with Horace Hartsell. pastor of
" months still ahead, the take does expect a Senate filibusteron "11m glad to know we seeeye American officials see no military was a native of Jacksonville and Mrs. Roscoa Skipper. the Church of Christ at Eloise

could be greater. the subject. to eye on the necessity for officer In the country today came to Lakeland 48 i Pallbearers were Walter H. officiating Burial will be inLakeside
years
Exceeds Estimate -The President began his stepping up the war against the with that strong a following from Shelton, S. C. She was ago a ,Powell Stephen A. McLean, Arthur Memorial Park at
conference by reading a lengthy Viet Cong." Of Name W. Ralston T. J, Davis Jr.,
Green said the estate tax-a although several weak political member of the Fdft; Baptist Winter Haven. I
most unpredictable tax produced statement In which he argued Johnson said Shriver would I parties are seeking tone Church.. Dr. Clarence Anderson and
more than expected. Collections -that the nation's determinationto take a hand In both the "formu.: themselves up with the new She Is survived three James S. Bush Dukes-Steen ELMER JAMES DOWNS :\
totaled $5 million in. seek peace and freedom had ation and execution of the was by sons, Mineral Home was in charge of MIAMI-Elmer James Dowse I
; strong man. Dropping F. S. Coleman of Columbia,
been "demonstrated anew In on poverty" and would work arrangements.MRS. 78 of Miami who had formerly
stead of the anticipated $2.3 mU. ,
An Indication of U. 1 S.: concern S. C.. and F. L. and Henry J..
eight different situations" in the closely with a Cabinet committee lived la Greenville N.Y. and
lion from July through Decem- ,
week. ; for government Instability In I (Continued From One-A) both of Lakeland! a daughter ELIZABETH MYERS
ber. past composed of all department I Page who WM a former-winter visitor -
South Viet Nam, which the United ilrs.. Eva Bates of Lakeland; .
heads Involved in the I Mrs. .Elizabeth Myers. M, a to Lakeland died her Tues.
Sales tax collections through, These ranged from the con- projectec '
States is backing with aid 01 object of the probe b to deternv and 13 grandchildren and"20 native of Bartow who had livedIn
December were (150,000 behind I tlnuing effort to restore relations -effort. $1S million a day and 14.00C line if Baker's dealt posed a conlict ,grandchildren. for the 40 day.He
Shriver Tampa past years, Is survived by his widow.
forecasts but with the rosy Jan. with Panama to the "new By naming as a presidential will be held
of Interest. Funeral services
; military men, came at a recep-) died In
had also
assistant Johnsor Tampa yesterday. Mrs. Ruth Downs, who
uary collections In prospect the assurances" that the South Viet ,
testified he at 10 o'clock tomorrow morningat
Young Friday
tion Saturday
seemed to rule outt least foi Survivors Include three sons, lived In Lakeland a daughterand
income schedule for this tax Nam junta will step up the war
Cabot Johnson's Into the Dukes-Steen Funeral
Ambassador Henry dropped name
Frank of Lakel.nd,1
and
the -the Idea of creat. My e ra sister Funeral service
would be topped. against the Viet Cong guerrillas. present
; Lodge was overheard advising the correspondence at the urgIng Home chapel, with the Rev. Larry of Orlando and
Ing a new tc I Harvey Myers burial were In Miami
The sales tax Is counted on to separate agency ,
I Khanh to seek popular support of Don B. Reynolds, an associate Laffercy, pastor of the New of
Ralph Myers Tampa a
bring In $228 million In the year Johnson minced no words In handle the anti-poverty pro- ; '
tram his people. "You should of Baker's who had written Home Baptist Church, official- daughter Mrs. Ensley Williamsof JOSEPIISTEPHEN DAVIS
ending June 30. replying to a question about his gram. deliver a 'fireside chat' as soon $100,000 In Insurance policies ng. Burial will be Roselawn brother G. C. Stephen
Tampa; a DANVILLE. Va. Joseph
The intangibles tax has contributed -attitude toward De Gaulle'sideas
Shriver Said Qualified 31 possible," Lodge said. on Johnson's life. Cemetery. Friends may call at Goddard of Plant City: two Davis. 71, died Saturday
M million, Green said for promoting stability in
but It Is not certain the state will Southeast Asia. Johnson described Shrlver at Good Potential Seen Reynolds has told the committee the funeral home today from 2 sisters, Mrs. Joe Levay of Tampa morning at a Richmond, Va.
"emminently qualified" and I that after writing the poll- until I p.m.VICTOR. and Mrs. Frank Helmer of hospital He was the father of
mil-
additional $3.2
realize the "I do not agree with General Westerners believe Khanh
said the Peace Corps director. cies he agreed to buy $1,208 Winter Haven; 12 grandchildren Mrs. Jick-S. Upton 1609 Park
lion forecast for this tax. Collections De Gaulle's said
proposals showed he has good potential in '
a brother-in-law of the late, worth of advertising time on the HENRY OLDER and 17 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Drive Lakeland. Mr. Davis
5 cent behind antic. Johnson. The President added
are per ;' President John F. Kennedy, becoming a strong leader In the Austin station at the request of Victor Henry Older. 71, of 824 service will be held had been ill since last August.He .
ipations. that he believed it would "not "has outstanding qualities oleadership. ; swift, bloodless overthrow of the Walter Jenkins, a long-time Lowell St., died Friday at the at 10:30: o'clock tomorrow morn- was a native of Halifax:
Minor be In interests freedom
taxes are pouring money the of ____
." uu u ouuumU.U aide to Johnson. Bay Pines Veterans Hospital ing at the Prevail Funeral County, V... and lived most of
into the general revenue to share his views '
The first question of the conference Reynolds said he had no u.e' after a short illness. He wan Home, 3419 Nebraska Ave., his life In Salisbury, N..C, wherehe
is
fund. Income $360,000 higher Johnson defended the United
was aimed at deter- Bomb Kills for the time and arranged for a native of Paradise, W. Va., Tampa, with burial In Candy worked on the Southern Rail.
than forecast. States of the
policy supporting
mlng whether Johnson foresees Young to use it to advertise the and moved to Lakeland 4'/i'! years Cemetery at Bartow. way Co. for 44 years before he
a time when the United States pots and pans made by his Mid- ago from Charleston, W. Va. retired In 1959. He was a member -
DRAW isi-.. might recognize Communist I U.S. SoldierIn Atlantic Stainless Steel Co. He was a retired postal em RITES FOR MR. LEE of the First Baptist Church

China a move undertaken last Jenkins Denies It ploye; a member of the Evan Funeral services for Robert of Salisbury and served a* a
week by France. In a sworn statement to the gelical United Brethren; a memo E. Lee of 221< Everett St. who deacon. He was also a member -
ROBERT E. LEE "No, I do not," the President SaigonSAIGON Rules Committee, Jenkins has bar of Barracks 3016, Veterans died Wesdnesday. were held of the Halifax Blue Lodgeof
replied. denied knowledge of any ar- of World War I; and the West Friday at the GentryMorrisonFuneral Masons and was a veteranof
", .". .". ."..". ."..". .".."..".." .". -rr-t A later question dealt with De Viet Nam (AP) angements by which Reynolds Virginia Club of Lakeland. Home chapel, with the World War I.

aulle's neutralization propos- A powerful bomb exploded In an purchased the advertising time I II Survivors Include his widow Rev. George O. Parrlsh retired Survivors in addition to his
a 1s. I alley outside a Saigon bar Saturday I In his account to the committee .! Mrs. Esther Older; a daughter Methodist minister, officiating daughter of Lakeland Include

Johnson said that If these 1 night, killing one U.S. Young said Reynold "likes Mrs. Edwin E. Wallace of Miami Burial was In Mt. Enon Ceme- the widow, of Salisbury; a IOn,
would embrace neutralization of I serviceman, and wounding to brag a bit" and Is Inclined' ; and five sisters Mrs. Una tery.Pallbearers Jack Stephen Davis Jr. of Char. .
both North and South Viet Nam, I three other U.S. serviceman anda 'as a salesman, to exaggerate.The M. Knapp Mrs. L. D. Hale and were Freeman Hyatt lotte N. C: four sisters, one 1
they would "be considered sympathetically -, U.S. civilian. manufacturer described a Miss Elizabeth Older, all of' Raymond Gibson, Forrest brother and five grandsons.:
." One of the wounded was In reference to Johnson a letterhe Lakeland Mrs EldrWge Cralgo, C. McHinnls, Earl E. Cole, Or- Funeral services will be held

But he added that he saw no 'critical condition and not expected wrote on June II, 1957, to the of Poca W. Va, and Mrs ris Evers, and Clyde Overs. Monday afternoon at 4 o'clockat

assurances at this time that to live. sales manager to KTBC, an George Kearns of Charleston. the Wrenn-Yeatts Chapel In
such a step was contemplated. The bomb exploded In theands Austin, Tex., television station Funeral services will be held, RITES FOR MR. BRADSHAW Danville, Va. Burial will be In

And he made It clear that neutralization of the serviceman e.h:1: owned by the President's family at 2 o'clock tomorrow after- Funeral services for Ralph W. Danville.AMBULANCE.
of South Viet Nam was killed. Two I a. "a little bit of background noon at the GentryMorrisonFuneral I Bradshaw, of 706 W. PattersonSt. .

alone would be unacceptable to sailor and an Air Force man' music" Home chapel, with, ., who died Tuesday, were held j '
the United Statea.Simpson. had gone outside to take a package "This had nothing to do personally burial in Lakeland Memorial I Friday afternoon at the chapelof THORNtOK
suspected to be a bomb offa with Sen. Johnson( who Gardens. Friends may call at the First Methodist Church MEMORIAL HOME

window ledge of the bar and I had never talked to," Young the funeral home from 5 until,I with the Rev. Claxton Doggett lift .i. A>.

And ,had taken a few steps when 1 It'' said.And 9 o'clock tonight. The family. Pastor and the Rev. Wilton Car- '10_ Mil 2 In .

,went off.Someone. I he said that another letterhe has requested that in lieu of ter, officiating. Burial will be in ..... ,
Hodgson In New Inside had reported wrote to the station on March flowers contributions be madeto Groton S. D. -. .

the presence of the package on 5, 1958, in which he spoke of the cancer fund. Organ music was provided by
Posts At Ledger the window ledge to police, who 'awaiting further negotiationswith Mrs. Dwight Lambe. Dukes-

were sending a bomb squad at Sen. Johnson" was just "to RITES FOR MR. VAN DOREN I Steen Funeral Home was in
Henry Bailey Production the time the Americans pickedIt use the weight of Sen. Johnson's Funeral services for Herbert t charge of arrangements.
Manager of The Ledger, has announced "
up. name at the station E. Van Doren wen held Satur SERVICE
the appointment of R. Police believed the explosionmay Station Pressing day morning at the Heath I RITES FOR MRS. LANGE
E. Simpson as foreman of thenewspaper's not have been caused by a Young said he had mentioned Chapel. The Rev. Caxton Dog,. Funeral services for Mrs e. seer pAuse cell

composing room.. Communist terrorist but may Johnson because the station was gett, minister of First Methodist t Lydia B. Lange, of 28 Gordon every Sisar at thoOIls.

Awarded monthly; $595.00 Simpson I subsequently announced have Involved personal revenge. pressing for payment of $208 due Church, conducted the services,,, Circle, who died Tuesday, were .' sad. 4ev.
that Clyde Hodgso The man who was killed lost on the advertising contract. assisted by Dr. J. H. Daniel, re. held yesterday at the Dukes-I
Scholarship in Commercial Art lad been appointed assistant both arms and a leg. His companion Young testified that after Reynolds ., tired. Steen Funeral Home chapel

foreman. luffered'extensive head told him he wanted to give Pallbearers were Preston M. with the Rev. Ira E. Carley and

Talent with promise being sought. Draw Lee any sire ee and chest wounds. him the advertising time, with a Cook. Raymond H. Slgler. Vic: the Rev. Henry Liddicoat offi/ I
except like a tracing. Uaa pencil. Everyone who sends "l A car near the blast was badly right to share In any profits, he C. Milton, Frank D. Tate, EdwinG. I ciating. Burial was In Oak Hill 417 N. Moss Ave.

a drawing gets a professional estimate of his talent. damaged. No one inside the requested confirmation "from Allen and Arthur M. Davis,. Burial Park. I Phone MU 6-2132
receives the bar "The Calypose," was hurt. from the television by Mrs. T.. "
Scholarship winner complete course In somebody Music was provided Organ music was provided by
advertising art, illustrating, cartooning and painting station who was In authority. R. Fredley. Mrs. Arthur Rich, and the Rev.I I !
taught by America's largest home study art school. KilledIn He laid Reynolds promised to Burial was In Lakeland Memorial and Mrs. Liddicoat offered a Ii '

Try for this free art our profewiional training for Man have Jenkins call, and shortly Gardens. vocal selection Pallbearers were I

an art career. Individual instruction is given. Illustrated thereafter he received a tele John Puerkel Howard D. Winner Dukes Steen
art textbook and atep-by-ntep lemon aiwign- WreckContinued phone call from a person he ac MARY E. GIEBEL Claude Hamilton Art Truax.I ,

menu cover the entire count Entries for March 1964 epted at "face value" to be Mary E. Giebel, 85, 1125 E., Thad Wanamaker and Merl
scholarship award due by March 31. None returned. One-A Jenkins Orange St., died yesterds ), Fairbanks.THERMAN. Funeral Home
Amateurs only. Our students not eligible Winner ([ From Page ) "It was purely a verbal confirmation -. morning at Lakeland General I _

notified. Start your drawing of Robert E. Lee today. SIMPSON HODGSON tree and stopped 18 feet from of the fact that Reynolds ., Hospital after a long illness (JACK) ZILLS 310 S. Florida

----- ----_. Both appointments became effective the tree. had made arrangements I She was a native of Madison,, LAKE ALFRED Therman
AI/AHT INSTRUCTION SCHOOL; yesterday. Hicks was pinned ,In the with the station .. he said he, N.J., and came here from Fort t (Jack) Ovie Zills, 47, of 125 !1

Simpson has been an employe wreck for a short time beforehe did," Young said "That Is all I Myers three years ago. Mrs. Thelma St.. Lake Alfred died Phone MU 23123ombulance

ftudlo RL-JOt a) 100 South 4th Btr.ot. Mlnnropolln, .Ilnne.u5 till, In The Ledger's mechanical department could be removed. He dieden I wanted." .. Giebel was a member of tlM i suddenly at Belle Glade Thurs
two years A printer route to the hospital. Later, Sen. B. Everett Jordan Methodist Church. day.

Plea,t enter. my drawing in 'olU'l4len' Aunt.PUAM with 21 years of experience, he Blossey, who',was assistedIn D-N. C., the committee t Survivors include her husband,, lie was a native of Appleton service
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( ruNT previously worked In the mechanical his Investigation by Lt chairman, suggested "Mr. Reynolds Joseph Giebel, Lakeland: I k Tenn., he had lived in Polk
Nana departments of the W. B. Norris, said the car wasa could have gotten somebody daughter, Mrs. Henry Clench ol r -- ------

Occapatisi' AGE.-- Montgomery, Ala., Advertiser; total loss Hicks' death else to call you and say 11 I Brentwood, N.Y.; a son Josept I HEATH FUNERAL

Add,... Ap'._ the Mobile, Ala., Press Register. brings to 10 the number of was Mr. Jenkins" Giebel Jr., of North Babylon CHAPEL
City I'll Codl_ and Dallas Morning News persons killed In Polk County "1 do not deny this could tx!i N.Y.; three brothers, Willianr; Air C..dietaa.4 CIa.,., Pakis1 i.e

County It.tli. Simpson lives with his wife t highway accidents this year, possible," replied Young, wh I O'Brien, Flanders, N.J.; John I 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

i.:0'i "....dtld by the "....dll,", Commi.woni '.and two children, Elaine and I and sends the figure six over said he had never met Jenkin I O'Brien Los Angeles Calif; am I FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral
'. Z' .(lh. N.tion.l Ham Study Council. Randy, at 308 Granada Road,, last year' total at this same and wouldn't have been able te I Peter\ O'Brien. Covina, Calif.,,; Cor time end Ingrohom, Directer
lAuburndale. time. identify. voice. and six grandchildren. Phone 682-01 Mr




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Club Round-Up':' (Capr. Harden Marks 25 Years With Police)- -YOUII LAKELAND U'never KINDS TO LEDGER 0 -


Copt Grant M. Harden headof department because he had fingerprint H. tame to Lakeland In 1924 vocational school IB GearI. CHIISIHICKOII OP 0.,

_n..nn .... the Lakeland Police Depart training in the navy. from wet Fbrlda. and In 1934 Copt Harden II married and fAl"-S I

of appreciation for his speechby Th average household has ment' detective division, has He was made acting chief of he was captain of tile Lakeland lhe father of a daughnr Nancy Ores a.e CAn_
a club official three radios he tall includingone celebrated his 25th year with detectives In 1951, when he was Berlin High School Dre.dnlught Ann The family Jive at 200: IhA.n.U 10 .. e.uMLet'
tOTARTQM On Thursday, the Dixieland In the kitchen where a the department yesterday. a sergeant then promoted in footbao team He also attended Cherry Lane.
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1954 to lieutenantHe --
Lion Club members are planning lousewife busy with her chores
He joined the department as became the head of the de
on visiting the Lake Alfred can listen whil the works
Jons Club. H* abo mentioned the large a patrolman on Feb. I, 1939. and tective division as captain in

number of radio In automobiles captain has worked of detectives.up to the rank of 1958 Not only active In police work. that Sunshine 'Feeling follow you

At the next meeting of the > and the numerous portable ra In 1M1 Harden was promotedfrom Harden was elected president

Ury Club Dr Thomas M. Johns, DCCMANGI dios. patrolman to a motorcycle of the Central Avenue Commun
superintendent ''of- the Florida cum Richard E. EMil was program officer and in 1942 took leave of ity Center In June 1951. and All the Way North !

Baptist Children! .Home will beth chairman. the pollee department to join president of the Lakeland Optlmiits ;
Former Stat Sen. Fred O the navy where he spent four Club In 1955. He spent I
speaker at the Rotary Club. At tile list meeting of the Exchange Dickinson Jr. of West Palm years as a shore patrolman two weeks at the Miami Police

dub, Baywood Che.t.IIIIt Beach a candidate; for &overor.wa. Returned la IMt I Academy in 1951 at a drunker i
e was the main speaker and present as the guest of meter school and three months IJ
spoke on air pollution He said Fame S. Pollard and spoke Returning to Lakeland In 1946 in 195S at the Federal Bureau of
SERTOMA companies and communities are briefly to extend greetings a* a Harden was assigned to the Iden:Investigation's National Academy ,, J

CLUB working with state agencies on fellow Kiwanlan.Editors I tiflcatlon division of the pollee <

the problem. .
Chestnut ssid he felt as if the ,
agencies are getting to a point To Take ,, y

Dr. Stanley Story, a Sertoman where only a small quantity of T
will be the speaker at the nuxt air pollution will be noticeable Part In Forum
meeting of the Sertoma Club. He also laid the problem mightbe +O r
solved by re-toning.
Dr Story will speak on the c P: ry era
At SouthernFour '
"Mod n Endodontic Treat' + ,
er4o3. ;
ment. ra
DOWNTOWN
The Sertoma-Club Inducted Florida editors hive uc e +, r
I Dr. David Clark as new member OPTIMIST accepted invitations to take partIn
at its last meeting.. sue a Journal Urn forum Tuesday
at Florida Southern
College. I L r 4,
i They are Harris Sims editorof f

DOWNTOWN Lt. Col! L B. Anderson Jr. the Lakeland Ledger; Court- ,

4IS I DONS liaison officer with the U. S. Air and Anderson managing editorof q
the Si Petersburg Times;
Force Academy was the manspeaker (
> QUI Bennett Detach managing
at the last meeting of
,. the Optimist Club editor of the Tampa Times and q
John Loop editor of the Auburndala -
He presented a talk and slides
I Mayor Harold Grizzard was Star.
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about the academy to the club
t' the speaker at last week' meet- Sims and Anderson are graduates -
and member of the Lakeland
1', got the Downtown Lions Club Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol of Florida Southern Two Great Streamliners Dairy That Florida' glow got* with you when you
OW He spoke on the need for further Hal go north by Coast Line-coach or Pullman.
who were guests of the club.UIfCAND. Water, head of the col-
city developments! loch ai lege't journalism department Noweetherproblems.NodrtvertatiguaYour
sewers storm sewers,.*,convention laid the visiting editors will discuss with New Improved Services ride relaxed'.'. arrive refreshed on the

center and hotel-motel ca : "Journalistic ethic and smoothest roadbed to the north Liberal baggage

pacify IIWANISam the relationship of the press to for the 1964 Winter Season allowance: up to ICO pounds.to .
R. William Schroter advertlsing society." They will also aniwerluestion
director for Publis Super posed by a panel of
I Markets Inc., will speak on ournslism students
New York and the East:
i "Advertising and Industry" at The editor will b* luncheon
the next meeting of the Downtown Roland Potter new owner of guest of the campus chapter of err" WEST COAST CHAMPION 15% on delicioiu chef-prepared Champion
Lakeland radio station WLAK '
Lions ClubDIXIEUND Pi Delta 2 Ys '
Epsilon national honorary reserved-seat coach
addressed members of the Lakeland Plan meali. Passenger representative; streamliner comfort;
journalism fraternity
Kiwanls Club at their The forum or Pullman.
wtll be held at 2p.m
luncheon. meeting Friday at Mor.rillOn' in a claisroom of the new Ask About Coast Line( Tours to the
using "R dlo Is Close
3rinscomb Auditorium, followedby ,.
LIONS To You" as his theme. a coffee. New York World's Fair
H that Americans
reported
In addition to Sim, the three For
lug now own 200,000000 radio sets, SOUTH WIND/CITY OF MIAMI Package Plans Budget Priced
of which 12.000,000 are in public visiting editors are former mem- 2STH ANNIVERSARYC.11.. Grant M. Herder, heed ..fLokolond Deluxe Pullman service or reclining- a Individuals Adult Groups School Groups
ben of the Ledger's news staff Police ,.
DoMrtmont's detective thl. ". It tkewnj et hii coaches.
Chief Criminal Deputy J. E places. DeLoach also attended elementary Ink In the police station on lab Wire Drive where yetterdo he seat

DeReus -othe Polk CountySheriff' and high school In Lake- celebrated. 25th onnlvenorir with tke ...,......."t. Ledser( Photot =
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office told the Dixieland Highland View land > H..h..1Bodies) ------------ -
Lions Club about the duties __ travel mail or call:
I For reservationi or information tee your agent, coupon,
and activities of his department To Get Federal SUGAR CANE ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 30-214.
,at their last meeting.He Sugar cane first grew In Chins Of Man Woman FoundFORT ACL PASSENGER STATIONLAKELANO )
explained that the depart, Grant And Loan and India It was taken Into FLA.

ment answered 7,500 calla last Europe by travelers after the Plus and nit Infwmitloit nits find scMdults to
PIERCE tr-A fisherman death 22
weapon, a caliber revolver
year and traveled over a million WASHINGTON (AP) Florida Crusade and colonizers brought In Lakeland ,
miles in answering them : members of Congress said I it to America and the West Indies found a Fort Pierce man was In Miss Gregory'shand tttets)
DeReus brought out that the department Thursday )that the Community, during the ISOOi. and,woman fatally shot today MU 20762FURNISHED Nrm. -
Is responsible for the Facilities Administration has approved lying in a car parked along a
prisoners In the county Jail a $107,000 grant and s, In 1U7, Elizabeth Barre drainage canal, police said Nisgara Falls stopped flow In I Addr- --
feeding, housing and preparing 190,000 loan to Highland View,, Browning, addressed a petition CltyaTeenae
Dead John Robert because of Ice Jam for th.
(or court. They average ISO for a new water system Th! to Napoleon asking him to remit t were, an fe,fhrne CHef u"." lona--Stat-
prisoners: In the jail per month community 1 I. near Port St. Jot! the exile sentence paced upon; Knowles. 46, and Beatrice Gregory first time In Its recorded historj, ------------------
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Of TypeDiscovered
By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF Rosmarin and the Tambourla i
Hearyk Szeryng Plays the Music Chinola, all pieces that will always
{ of Fritz Krelsler. Mercury be poignantly nostalgic for
SR tan, monaural MG JOJ48, those who first heard them In
BARTOW-The State Health Among the many fabulous violinists the early Kreisler recordings.
Department has discovered a who were performing durIng Mr. Szeryng has brought devotion
i new type encephalitis transmitted the first half of this century,, and Insight to this tributeto
by flood water mosquitoes one name stands out above all the music of Fritz Kreisler.
In the Tampa Bay area. the rest-Fritz Krelsler Hit The accompaniments by Charles
CONGRATULATIONSTO The director of Polk County'i quality was Reiner are excellent. Sterling
Arthropod Department has re .M unique, his position does not attempt an Imitation of
ported no Indication of encephalitis unchal-j Krtlsler's performances, but
In Polk. lenged. As Bruno contributes a personal. and valuable
Oscar Fultz laid he learned of Walter said, I Interpretation

the health departments discovery "He' did not play ,. : *
last week in a memorandumfrom the violin he 1 t SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto; h
JOSEPH M. GANDOLFOon J. A. Mulrennan, directorof
became the vlo-(h: A Minor. CHOPIN: Plane
the bureau of entomology lin." r Concert.; No. 2 'J. F Minor.
Mulrennan reported that "In I had they? ,,4: Fou Ts'ong, plane, Londoa
addition to St Louis. Encephall
having been certifiedas tie, which Is transmitted by cu privilege himtLi of J t Symphony Orchestra Peter
meeting
I : \ Maag, conductor Westminster
a qualifying member of the ilex toes)nigrlpalpus, we have found(black Aedes mosqui Infirmatus several tines I Mn. SGkolorf 17041 monaural 1040.
The first time
is Chinese
Fou Ta'ong a young
flood
( water mosquitoes
was In the artist's room at Car pianist who developed, at a very
Infested with California
) negle Hall after a concert. I for Western
1964 MILLION DOLLAR Encephalitis In the Tampa Bay early age a taste
was a very small child but I I music In spite of wars and
I area still remember how kind and revolutions, he managed to pursue -
Polk Spends $100,005A warm he was so that my feelingof his studies which took him
ROUND TABLEof young child was recently strangeness and timidity was finally to the Warsaw Conserve
i found to have th, disease in < r swept 'away.In tory where he graduated with
Dunedin, and around six per I later years, I aat many the highest honors. He has performed .
!cent of the children In the Sun
time after dinner In Europe and
the National Association of AUDUBON SOCIETY OFFICERS VIEW DISLAY-M. JMIM I a party until widely
I land reaction hospital to California showed encephalitis antibody Nilw.ft,.,, ,,..i..t the Uk Rcflen Autfubon S.cl. ,. sad C. I IRv..11 the small hours of the morning made his American debut In
enthralled his 1961 where his concerts In Cincinnati
Life Underwriters : ." Milan, utcutlvs director r., the PI..Ids Aiiduk S.cl.ry by conversation
Unlike muiiclani who im and New York were un
Fultz' pointed out that Polk from Mcirland, l...kine ..., the L.... RtglM display. .t the sew some
County spends approximately' : civic .,,,. They .'. eiaminnis a bird Uiril..... dram ,.."'...* .yMrs. 'merse themselves In their field usually well record received.Fou Ts'ong rOn

KENNESAW LIFE AND ACCIDENT :$100,000 a year on mosquito control Ir. Puke .l Winter H.v.... T..., h the lest d.r .., the I'to else\the Kreisler exclusion was of a everything scholar, shows this himself more than jusi

Aydub.it SMbty's c.nvtntion In L.k.land. I Included In the. control program .h.i) arts, in philosophy, history and clan. He Is sensitive with a nice;
INSURANCE COMPANY bird
baited
f are traps. science, and he read widely in lyrical sense in spite of certain
Parakeet placed in wire cagesare languages, Including Latin of youthful exuberance
many passages
!, used to attract mosquitoes Explosion Fire BlackOut I and Creek. But I think It was It Is a very young Chopinand
Once the mosquito has entered
ATLANTA, GEORGIA and the range of his humanity, the Schumann that he gives us.
he
the trap cannot escape
exquisite sensitivity and mod- MENDELSSOHN: Symphony
is collected personnel.by Arthropod Department Big Chicago Hospital' esty of his nature that made No. 4, 'Italian. SCHUBERT

-- -- -- him so universally beloved. Symphony No. S in B Flat
'There was nothing pompous or Major. Slanlslaw Skrowac.
I CHICAGO (AP) An electrl wig told police no emergencycases important about Krelslei sewskl conducting the Minneapolis

.,........ cal explosion followed by fire would be received by the ever, And he could regale you Symphony. Mercury
I
.. blacked out the big Cook County hospital pending restoration with stories and anecdotes, his SR tOKt, monaural MG 50351.
.- J 'J I Hospital on the West Side Sat- power eyes twinkling with amusement.He Skrowaczewski gives what
,, ,urday. The man Injured Is the Rev. must have laughed to himself might be termed a rousing per.
The fire was quickly extinguished -Leonard Johnson, 42, who said often during the many yean formance of the Schubert Sym
I by firemen, but the hosiltal he was walking close: to the that he fooled the International phony-tight, quick, at times almost I
remained without electricity powerhouse. He said the blast battery of audiences and critics breathless 11tl1e fast
ICTOiR Clocks in the darkened hall threw him tome 20 feet againsta with his incredible musical movements The Mendelssohngets
p << ,ways stopped at 3:29: p.m. One wall. hoax. It was very early In bin off to an equally fast start
man was injured when he was The Rev. Mr. Johnson, a Ne career that he began to perForm which fortunately is not maintained
tossed 20 feet. gro, is pastor of the Church of small violin pieces purported throughout. I,
God In Christ on the South Side to( have been written by
Many Leave Wards
I An emergency cable was different 18th and 19th century
Many patients left their wards strung from a fire truck generating composers. In 1909, the New Paintings Will 1
01the courtyard side of the unit to the surgical department York Times quoted Kreisler ai
>lock.square complex and some on an upper floor saying: "I discovered the piecei Be Displayed
DAYS 1 130) children were taken from the The actual electrical arc ex- in an old convent In the south .j
,, ,hildren's ward Into the adjoin. plosion occurred Inside the gen- of France. I have altogether Colored lithographs of Bible
ng county morgue. The young erating station, where about 100 fifty-three manuscripts of this, scenes painted by Marc Chagall,
I
J i im ters later were sent back to panes of glass were blown out. sort in my posseislon" It was modem artist, will be on displayat
Y 'the ward. only In 1935, that Kreisler final the east aide of Lakeland
I A spokesman In the warden's Swedes Nominate Iy admitted that these compost. Senior High School gymnasium
office said there were no opera. lions were his own. tomorrow( until Friday from
Ions In progress when the power: Negro Leader In a letter of,explanation tc, t:30 a m. until.3:30 p.m. (
I was cut off He said there were Olin Downs, then critic of theN The public la invited to( view
'between 2,500 and 3.000 persons: For Nobel I Prize York Times he said: "1 1 I the 15 paintings. No admission' I
in the Institution at the.time of found Ih! Impudent and tattle I will be charged.: The showing U I
the blast. STOCKHOLM (AP) Dr.. to repeat my name endlessly 01 I sponsored by :reLku : Exchange I :
I The scene of the accident wai'Martin Luther King American I the programs" Club __of
la powerhouse unit in the midst t t Negro Integratlonlst leader, hai, Henryk Szeryng has chose which Raymond Haas Is president '
of the courtyard. Dozens of pa been recommended for the hto. several o f these miniature.: : !
ients housed in wards whichI I bel Peace Prize by eight members which Krelsler wrote 'In the! i
faced the courtyard fled theirroom. of the Swedish Parliament. style or early composers: Tern I NATURAL fir I
1 I and huddled In the dark: In a note to the special peace! po dl Minuetto Praeludium ant: RAW HONEY J
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IIS U|...ttr Or),.. P. O. ... 461 T........ 112-1242
WINTIR HAVEN RONNIE ANCIL

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WINTER HAVEN The The Aubumdale commissioner
AT THE HAMMOND ORGAN
a.. t t11ur Fifth Annual Imperial Charity will oppose Incumbent Ray
Hone Show which will be Mattox, of Winter Haven and
concluded this afternoon at Q. Quitman Quinn, of Wah-
the Polk County Riding As- neta. FREE CONCERTPIIOGRAlf'
societies Turner has lived in Polk
h a ij County for the past 19 years
already
b..n* and bas been active in many
+ r v termed I u c- civic affairs In Aubumdale HI NEIGHBOR EBB TIDE

teI'1 \ The University of Florida DEEP PURPLE JALOUSIEMY
ho W graduate is an architect
alwrw++- '' co iponsored FAIR LADY MEDLEY WALTZES OLD AND NEW

eS by the Polk, -. AU candidates for the office MEDLEY OF FINE FEATHERED SONGS

;, 4 County RidingAssociation and 0 of governor of Florida have 10 MINUTE INTERMISSION
in Win
been Invited to speak
Frlerson-Nlch ter Haven during the week of GRANADA THE CARIOCA
01. Americanhere.
*
r Florida Citrus Exposition
"fr : the
Legion Post cARROLL March 714. FAMOUS WALTZ MEDLEY STARDUST
attractedthousands MARCH MEDLEY HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY
of
of spectators It In fact, the co-sponsors
DICKINSON TOURS FLORIDA TILI-WMU J...... W. Sn.... left.a4.* ./ ,'-"" Tile promise to rival even Harrisburg the idea plan to furnish house MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO
1..4..atriea Pools ... Mr.. J...l. Cec.....". K.th.... a ..d., wltll florM/ Tile. ..*.* Fr.4 0.. (...) Pa, Miami and possibly trailers for the candidates to AMERICA
ic""' _. W..t ..... BMch tuWnwtwUI, c...4U_. Dick.....* t.vr.4. ,..$. Tile ,....,; ..IterI I Madison Square Garden in use as headquarters while
a..sI..d...' rk". .? Hutkw) future years here. The Citrus Expositionand
.. .The teamwork by all concerned the are Florida sponsoring Press the Association Invitations MAYHALL AUDITORIUMSUNDAY

is the main reason for The FPA meets here
Branch Office
Advocates
Kelly the success of the Imperialand
March 6-8
FEBRUARY 9 3 P.M.
the smoothness of its operation ,
Other attractions at the exposition
One good example\
Miami branch office and a" alms of State Sen. Scott Kelly' plex We simply cannot affordto the posting of the results after Include the TV program Sponsored by Polk County Hammond Organ Society and
time administrative( aide: when he Is elected governor. burden ourselves with new each event when newspapermen "Queen For A Day Lakeland Parks O Recreation Department
taxes to create a new capitol Lake Silver amphi
IA a direct "hotline" tele-: 'Florida' has hundreds of millions and magazine writers are live at
> hook-up with the gover: of dollars invested In the, center. the Lakeland Senator rushing to beat deadlines. Jim theatre, the crowning of the HAMMOND ORGAN FURNISHED COURTESY Of
said. Morris the Florida Citrus Queen and the ARTHUR SMITH MUSIC CO., TAMPA
I office In TlIahaasee'uar Ta'lahssiee capitol center como congenial publicity
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Kelly said he Is aware of a manager, had those results James Strates midway show
critical need for close liaison be- for the press only five minutes which will Include thrill rides
tween the governor's office and after each event. and such ,
the state's southern and central The Chamber of Commerce
The American Legion and
centers of population. the various committees ap- Beautification Committee, I

f@IMPERIAL Aide In Charge"As I pointed by Commander H. R. headed by former city commissioner I
(Slim) Summerville handled Wlllard Frederick, I
I expect to use .-
governor
with
traffic and parking problemswith has had a meeting citymanager :
existing facilities at the state C. C. Ryan and City I
ease. That was only one
: office building in Miami to establish Attorney Peter KalogrWis! in
Job for the Legion members
I a branch,of the gover I Winter Haven to discuss plans
nor's office where I can set upa Show managers Bob and for the possible removal of
work schedule to attend to the Bill Dillon put aU of their professional and unsightly citrus
\ dead dying
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ROOMNow know how Into their
state's business in South Flor and other type trees.
ida. job In putting on a splendid
The trees mostly were killed .
Serving Breakfast at 7:30: A.M. "While I am on the job In Tallahassee -, show In the 1962 freeze, and the reIrl come
horse show committee
The ,
a full-time side will be :
Idea is to work out some planto
Dinner Served Monday and Friday Iin charge of the Miami office., headed by R. K Harmon consisted get the cooperation of prop-
We will maintain an 'open-door of William Raley John dnAND GRAND
work with the I
4-30: P.M. 7 :30 P.M. 1 policy and anyone who wants to Snively Jr., W. U Etheredge erty owners In doing to with the RAPIDfi noweefaculars'"PI OS ..
For Your Dining Pleasure ,discuss matters with the gov' Oliver Klnghsm and Sum city eyesores away i OV I.D "" (iL ;
errors office will get Instant merville. These men deserve
attention much of the credit: for the *
MONDAY NITE MENU success of the affsir. The deadline for licensingof I
I "We will have 'hot-line' tele- i
APPETIZERS phone hook-up to the governor'soffice The horse show was designed child care centers In the ,
which is
<4 county Is tomorrow
In Tallahassee so that the to bring entertainment to ,
Chillttf Fnit Jylc. .1 S Cull Shrimp Ccktil .TS :aide In charge In Miami can Winter Haven, to allow the actually an extension of the ,
Ckkk.n. Sw. Supr...-Cu: .20 stay In touch with me. There various exhibitors to show original final date of January \
will be no delay regarding decisions their valuable animals to I. crOfTfd '
DINNER SUGGESTIONS
I on south Florida problems bring people and money to The Health Department r
Ro.it ,.."' Rib .1 ...., .. |ius, S.k.d U.h. ,....., lettered ," Kelly said the area. But the show was points out that all such childcare I -
Asps.|.,. S,..ra. Tm4 G.... $. ." . . . 215 also offered for charity, which centers must have licenses 1nc.
R.... L... /I.\.*. Duckling II.l .r.4., CnkM4 Dm.lt.Fr.it 'I South 'Sll&hte4'II' means more badly needed and must meet certain I
...... I..... ,...... GrH. .r Pm' Kelly said that he has been funds for the American Legion requirements In order to be ,
c........d h'.' . . . . . 1.60 II' questioned several times In thepast Crippled Children's Home at licensed I
IrolUJ Flirt .l s.. TrMt Umwi .ute.r. .....4 I.... ,...t*. I few days about his post Fla. 'jr
., .... .... . . St. Petersburg, I
ttc llop 4 T m r C. C l Stow I IS tlon In regard to moving Florl
R.... Ufl .f Lamb, Mint MI. ...... ,..... ,*. ., eimAsp.r.a.s I da's Capitol from Tallahasseeto In years to come the Imperial The\ Lake Alfred Board of \
Sp.cn. TwwS' Grwn Scted . ". . I.>5 Charity Horse Show Adjustment met Thursday afternoon \ \
located '
I more centrally will become even greater and for a brief monthly \\I.ll/1
DESSERTS point. will continue to focus attention business session, but postponed .
ppU Pto 21 II..."", Pie ..25M
Kelly Indicated that he feels !
I on Winter Haven and the action on the only I item to
C.ItC." MM.S C.k. .20 south Florida has been slighted official.
rest of central Florida. come before the I
I IVERAGESlc In TaUahallee.I it *
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/ w Hot T.. 10 Fnthly .r..... c.*... .10P.ttum I Jack Turner of Aubumdale, things-to charge no fee for I

t .f S..... ,15 :the South Old America World than lies does nearer North to for leaped the into state the House group of 2 Representatives race change petitions the and meeting requests time and to to : //III/ I II \ \ \ \ \\ -

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I month at 4 p.m.Hospital .


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& VICINITY AUBURNDALE The engineering -,
firm of Reynold., Smith saleBoy
and Hills, of Jacksonville, has
asked the Auburidale city build-,
Ing department for copies of the
city codes and other rcgulatlons .I Oh Boy! What unbeatable values at Oates' YELLOW TAG

Welcome him This. was seen here as an Indication SALE. Featuring the Best Brands in the Land. This Week Specials

his that the proposed Morrow Simmons Mattresses, Box Springs and HideaBedsAt
policies are Memorial Hospital to be
built here will be started In the Spectacular Savings for you !

GUARANTEED RENEWABLE near The future.engineering firm holds a

contract with the Diocese cf St.
Augustine which Is to build the
fOR LIFE.Ask hospital Aubumdale under the I.-: .

i terms of the will of the late Mrs
Mary Morrow who died on
Mm any question -tale as much time t April I, 19M

as you Jile. After Jfccussing the type of { $700,000 To Be Spent

protection that you feslly want,'he sill I -4 r The will calls for about $700-
explain just how tie Globe Ran 000 to be spent on a hospital to
Hospital \ be built on the site now occupied -' '""y'"l
can be fitted to your particular need-and, .5.. f by the Morrow home. 1"he' 'tdsM"
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at a cost -within means.
.ycot moved when construction starts! t

The Globe Ufa nan who calls at your on the hospital. I
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The will stated that the Dlo
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trained He is folly licensed in your state .' ; t t which to start the project. The
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your state insurance department. The church has until Sept 30
to comply with the terms of the
His purpose in calling is to show you a "f will, but is not expected to. take

wonderful word' of protection for you and f 1 that. much time in getting started .
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your family refection, that is working t f Most of the money left by .
foe hundreds :of thousands of families Mrs Morrow was in the farm( ST..ALL BY SIMMONS ,
1 of securities and the exact worth
across the nation--protection by one of i of the bequest Is still unknown.

America great Insurance companies.And //1. Any funds not used for the orIginal -
construction will be set QUALITY
,nil Globe Accident and Health policies arc ; _fa aside for future expansion, according .

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By DON EMERSONCity I e J

Airport Division

THIS WEEK Mr. Lou Leavitt
i
will visit Lakeland comingall
the long way from Fair-
view, Alaska, to sample the
fishing around here. !
M r. Leavitt :
operates a helicopter ;

service,v
in our 50th'\]
state and has"
been associated
with thll'

He whlrly many was type years.chief for I' We're Making Room For New Stocks Arriving Daily

test pilot for
the Pitcairn -
Autogiro Com- EMERSON
pany. the,first I
SEASON'S. END
!
to manufacture the autogiro In NOW
the United States. Magnetic

the The dream helicopter: stage was when still au.In IRE-INVENTOR mmw: I t-M( 'w I KIN&I IL ITEMS{ Can Opener Instant CreditFor

toglros were the latest of flying
machines and we thoughtwe Three Positions
o
had a world-beater for
short takeoffs and landings.To Steel Blade all holders of
find a practical use for
this new wonder of the air, Complete with Watt 197 Charge-a-Plates and
Mr. Leavitt was assigned the Bracke and SCNwt
task of proving the giro's capability ft c fA' National Credit Cards
as an agricultural ap- Tempered atrl blade cuts fait and easy; magnetic .
Ilea tor. WASHERS -finish holds; wipes can lid c:1.alII.: Attractive. a Jiffy.white enamel and chrome: Drira in. Present plote :or card. Your
It was tough enough outfitting charge account will ba opened while yfe*t
the giro with spray tanks, DRYERS fires ore being mounted. \
pumps, booms, fans, nozzles
and all the paraphernalia necessary WAS NOW
to hoist aloft a gooey
mess to spray on some farm WA-604 12 Ib. G-E Washer
er's bug infested pea patch- 3-Cvcle, Filter Flo . 219.95 189.95
this was tough, but selling the
farmer of twenty-five years WA-830 1 lib. G-E Washer
ago on the Idea of using this Speed, 3-Cycle . 229.95 209.95
flying eggbeater was tougher, WA-85212 lb. G-E Washer

Mini-Wash 2-Speed . 249.95 219.95

OCCASIONALLY, when the WA-1250 12 lb. Dl.. Filter Flo
tomato worms got out of hand, Auto Bleach Dispenser Multi
a farmer would break down Cycle . . . . 349.95 319.95
and contract for the service. tea DA-110 12 Ib. Auto Dryer 11995DA620 99.00 + rl S
Such was the case one fine j I
summer morning when the 1 at ? 12 Ib. Dlx. Dryer 169.95 154.95

phone rang and a skeptical DA-820 G-E Dryer ,
I voice inquired of the details <( necessary to have Ms plot
sprayed. ..
He was told there was RANGES
nothing to It. Just say where
+ the farm was located and ole WAS NOW
Lou would find It. Oh yes A ",
put out a bed sheet or something J-245 20" Apt. Size Range 169.95 159.95 \ '
similar In the field k
as anair
marker and his troubles 1 J24930"GERongeJ315 . 159.95 139.95

were over bugwise 30" G-E Range .. 179.95 168.50

several It seems farms that that there fitted were the J-417 40" G-E Rang. . "19995 188.70 +l :

P 41 phoned In description and otter J-46J 40" Double-Oven
wandering around In the Dlx. Range . . . 329.95 299.95
morning mist, Lou spotted not J-75S
30" Dl.. Self-Cieoning :
one but lots of bed sheets out G-E Range .'. . . 449.95 39.95REGRIGERATORS I fA
the You
on ground guessed
.
,.
it In went Lou and out came Y r
the farmer and his wife Their
frantic waving only spurred /
r him on to greater maneuvers WAS NOW a A+ a
with his flying windmill, :
spewing out lime copper sulphate TA.211 10 cu. h. G-E R.f. 179.95 164.95 C.
fish oil and water. In TA-244 13.3cu. ft. GERef.TB302 229.95 199.95 e' iS
those days this was the magIcal '
( mixture to cure most any Doubl.-Door Comb.
bug infested field. Ref,.FreezerTB304 ... . . 259.95 244.95 i

133eu. ft. 2-Door

SEVERAL HOURS later and t; Comb. Ref.-Freezer . 289.95 249.95 ,
almost simultaneously, the TA-34413 cuu ft. G-E Ref. :
Irate farmwlfe with her bundleof ?a No Frost Ever . . 329.95 299.95 S ylB ail1lr out 4
washing she had spread lis 04'ce.
out to bleach In the sun, arrived TC-47918.8 cu ft. 2-Door VIa
with the sheriff to col. Comb. Space-Mok.r . 775.00 699.95 : bare l'llb1lfR
lect damages, and the farmer fOfc fc
who had reluctantly wanted ,
.,
his farm sprayed droppedby c 4e'V VE ON
to say how unreliable fly.
ing machine drivers were. : : !!A 'Cjatreads
"' It wasn't a good day for T
the advancement of aerial application
_
of insecticides ,
,;
Clsed "" S

FOR A COMPARISON In I
\ 9995 "
the and
techniques equipment
reS
vehicles, go out to Lakeland Ii From Free Installation On All Tires !
Municipal Airport and see Nodal M-II( .A
AI I r Florida Incorporated's 1.w"# ''''H. ''
fleet of modern helicopters
BLUE RIBBON
with the latest of spray gear, Terms as Low as $1.25 Weekly
I fibre glass tanks and two way LIKENEWCHANGEOVERS
radio that permits the pilot to USED TIRES
talk to the ground crews at fA' fLo'OR .M' DE[, 'rY'5WJ
the scene of operations while
spraying In this way adjust. ,AND. .RADIOS Many are originalequipment
ments for volume wind drift, Start as $ SO
altitude and coverage can be 2. tires
Instantly relayed from trucksin ........ low
the grove or field to the /whrdng t.srws. 01 Not/lit/ AM Mdre. .......... !All as AT LOW, LOW PRICES
copter la the air. U.'oIce
The modem grower wouldbe M-110.11" G-E Portable TV.; 99.95 \*plus tax and your' rtcappablt tire }-
hard pressed to turn out NO
bumper crops without this M.20219" G-E Portable TV . ....... 149.95 '134.95 Now I ALLWEATHERe42"
rapid and economical type of Buy .
application for insecticides, PAM.21819" G-E Portable TV Century 159.95 148.70 Money LIMIT 100D'UIt IUAIUNTlI-AIl NATION.WIDI "ND New WITH TUFSYN
fungicides and fertilizers. Dow Goodye.r Auto Tirel I"GU"I,,"
So when you see Mr. Lou M.50416" G-E Portable TV . ... 149.95 129.95 -teed ship against and materials detach, In and workml normal' still $ 00*
Leavitt fishing the lakes of road haurds, swept hpurablepuncturaa.
M-758 23" G-E Console TV . . 239.95 199.95 .
our fair city, you will see a : LoW 4Miiptcedl .....
man who has come, a long I"1 GoodyIlTlr''III.Und.r V *. .....
M-783 23" G-E
Complete u sayolnronlNn 55
way in flying and fishing ao,000: Gooayear dealers I in the M r
Home Entertainment Center . .. 429,95 389.95 Unclad, States and Canada will,, fpOR
on a now ten Lasts t so 1 long/, Set et
K-Ville FireDepartment M-788 23" G.E bawdmeNdallowance tread depth tlnla.a
Complete r.mllnlnl and current.. "Good- tor Qa week
Home Entertainment Center . . 699.95 575.00 1OOr""I" :. Costs Si'1s e
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Sets regular MeetingThe monthly meeting I r"NO RED TAPE" j;;Bra e : '''- D .

of the Kossuthville (KVille) CREDIT TERMS SpecIalUSI ALIGNMENT $650 I' ,
Fire Department, will be held 7-1
tomorrow night at t o'clock at OUt. :10.'040-DAY Adjust repack front and t

the ter Haven Hungarian Road.Inn on the Win CHAROI rtAN-WO MTtUST bearings, cheek seals. TAKE YOUR CAR TO TilE EXPERTS 1'arteextr.. b. .a. CHARGE-UPI

Chief Robert Gilmore will report -, / /
on a recent fire which
struck in his district.
Gilmore urged persons to. attend -
I
the meeting and to pay FREE I
their annual $10 dues to help GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
purchase a tank truck and build
. a roof on the department's { LOWER H 1F

building.Officers for the department I EII 201 W. Main St. Lakeland MU 2-5177 >SAFETY CHECK1M
Include Harmon Smith president -
; Zamen Johnson, vice I
president: Calvin Nemeth, secretary -
; Charles Langbeing,
treasurer and John Kessell,
sergeant at arms.



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1 By JOHN CARROLLLedger : competition, harness championship Hospital at St Petersburg, It Sham ridden and owned by FILLIES FOALED 1981 ES GRAND CHAMPION shown by Dr and Mrs Al 43) I-A1 Marsh Sea Lion
t Staff Writer walking horse competition is cosponsored: by Frlerson- Sylvia Grenler, Ormond ARABIAN CLASSES- j WINTER HAVEN The and many other Nichols: American Legion Poet Beach; 3-Akher Hamld, ridden 36): I-MPR Jamileah Sa- CHAMPION (class 41) 1- ARABIAN HALTER CLASS- owned by William H.
( 'Fifth Annual Imperial Charity More than 700 horse and No. Sin Winter Haven and the by William C. Koslucher, mira, owned and shown by MPR Jamileah Samira and ES GELDINGS FOUR I
t Hone Show, well on It* way to 150 riders are taking part in Polk County Riding. Assocla: owned by William H. Hawn, Dr and Mr*. Albert King, El Maltha, both owned and YEARS AND OLDER (class (Continued On Page J-B)
j becoming one of the nation' this year* event at the Polk tlon. Corpus Christi Tex Lakeland, 2-MPR, Sharaza-
moat Important horse shows, County Riding Association: The chow drew thousand of ARABIAN HALTER CLASs. dad, owned and shown by
will close tonight after a day ground on the Dundee Road spectators during the first ESo-SYALLlONSFOALEDIN Mr*. Milly Shearouse, Lakeland {t #- ---

of event Including equitation., near Winter Haven.Perform.ncea four days and several thou.. 1M1 (Class 31); I-Syn Ababa (only two winners).
the Arabian three-gaited championship : : scheduled: today ands more are expected for the ridden by William C. Kos- ARABIAN HALTER CLASSES -
stake, the parade begin at 1:30, 3:30: and final today The show also lucher: owned by William H. -JR. MARE CHAMPION
hone championship: stake, the 730; p.m.Proceeds. drew American: Legion dlgnl- Hawn Corpus Christi: 3Lewlsfleld (class 37) 1-E1 Malik, own-
pleasure hone championship, : from the charity tarles from all over central Bold Hawk, riddenby ed and shown by Dr. and Mrs
the single hackney: pony grand show will go to the American: Florida Bob Hart, owned by Lewis- Albert King, Lakeland; 2-
championship, Morgan horse Legion Crippled Children The show haa International field Farm Charlottesvtlle, MPR Jamtleah Samara, owned
flavor with rider and horse Va., 3-Bay Rod ridden and and shown by Dr. and Mn.

,...- here from such place a* owned by LU Langford, Coral Albert King, Lakeland (no other
5
i Mexico and Ireland Some cf" Gables: 4-Sequon, ridden by winners).
r the riders are from their respective Max Culpepper, owned by ARABIAN HALTER CLASS-

4 ..1p : Olympic team Triangle Ranch Haines Cityno Es-MARES FOALED 1M1
Many of the entries are ( fifth place). (class 38) Lewlsfleld Nilsiza -
from this area, including Win
ARABIAN HALTER CLASSES shown by Bob Hart,
ter Haven Lakeland Bartow,
Stallions foaled '1960 owned Lewlsfield Farm
or by
Lake Alfred, Haines City
Other are from other sections: before (class 32) 1-Falep. rid. Charlottesville, Va.; 2-Ron-
of the state and from California den by Marvin Ward, ownedby aua, shown by Walter Chapman
to Maine and from Louisiana Mr and Mrs. Philip Mar owned by Donoghue
to Illinois racclnl: Miami; 3-Retsraf, Arabian Farm, Gollad, Tex.;
ridden by Leonard Crotts, 3-Sunny Acres: Genevelve,
The show not boost
only
owned by Bali Hal Ranch, shown by Walter Chapman,
the of the but
area,
bring economy to central Florida some Lauren, S.C., 3-Palque, Rid. owned by Donoghue Arabian
CIt the top names and horse den and owned by Carol Chap- Farm, Gollad, Tex.; 4-Comer 4
In the world., man, Corpus Christi Tex. 4- Nizziza, shown by Leonard
Raffleson, ridden fend owned Crotts, owned by Rose Araby
A Here are the winners of the by Dr. C. L Campbell Tallahassee Arabians Abbeville S. C.
first five places: in Friday (no fifth place). (only winners).
event:
ARABIAN HALTER CLASS- ARABIAN HALTER CLASS-
ARABIAN HALTER CLASS ES-SENIOR CHAMPION Es-MARES FOALED I960
(Stallion foaled 1963)) (class BEFORE class 1-
STALLION (class 33) 1-Sun OR ( 39)
38) 1-Triangle's Sham, ridden Ababa, ridden by William C. Tondelayo, shown by Walter ,,ro sAw.
and owned by Sylvia Grenler, Kooslucher: owned by WilliamH. Chapman, owned by DonoghueArlbl.n .
Ormond Beach, 2-Akher Hawn, Corpus Christi, Tex.; Farm, Gollad, Tex.; {
Hamid ridden by William C. 3-Falip, ridden by Marvin 2-:hady Acres: Monassa,
Koslucher, owned by William Ward, owned by Mr. and Mrs shown by Bob Hart owned by
H. Hawn, Corpus Christi, Tex.; Donald Booth Del.
Philip Marracclnl: Miami; Seaford. ;
3-Don Egypt, ridden by Walter (only two winners). Witches Brew, shown by
Chapman, owned by Do- ARABIAN HALTER CLASSES Leonard Crotts. owned by
noghue Arabian Farm, Collad, GRAND CHAMPION Ball Hal Ranch, Laurens, S.C.;
Tex.; 4-Ibn Achdln, ridden by STALLION (class 34) 1-Syn 4-Bint Ronara shown by
James A. Fisher owned by Ababa, ridden by William C. Walter Chapman, owned by

S.c.Blue (no Creek other Farm entries, Clinton). Koslucher: owned by William Donoghue Arabian Farm, Go CHAMPIONS' Alkert' G. King end Miser Svile Kale both ef L..I."., pete with Dr. Kins's
H. Hawn, Corpus Christl had, Tex. (only winners). Geed Chemplen mere. El Melike, held. ky Dr. King, end hi. ...."'. Gaud Ckemple "mere MPR
ARABIAN HALTER CLASS
Tex. 2 ridden ARABIAN HALTER CLASS-
; -Falap, by Jemlleeh 5.,1,..
(Stallion foaled 1962) (class Marvin Ward, owned by Mr. ES SENIOR CHAMPION
29) Diamond Gem, ridden and Mrs Philip Marracclnl: MARE AND RESERVE

by W. H. Flick, owned by Mr. Miami (only two winners). GRAND CHAMPION MARE I ",,;I,. U and Mr*. W, H. Flick, Coral ARABIAN HALTER CLASS- (class 40)) Tondelayo, shown
Gables (no other entries). ES-FILUES FOALED 1963 by Walter Chapman, owned by

ARABIAN HALTER JUNIOR (class 33) 1-El Malik., rid Donoghue Arabian Farms, LAKELAND LEDGERLAKELAND
CHAMPION STALLIONclass den and owned by Dr and Goliad, Tex.; 2-Shady Acres
( 30) Diamond Gem, Mrs Albert King Lakeland; Monassa, shown and owned
p WARMING U'-Mike Kelly .h skew e.ercUln| Missy owned ridden by W. H Flick owned 2-Kenean, ridden and owned by Donald Booth Seaford,
k, Kim Kelly' .. ft Loaderdelo. Missy entered the Wettem ......... by Mr. and Mr*. W. II Flick by Amy Sue Enders, .Ft. Del. LEDGER Sunday Feb. 2, 1M4 IB
her.. event 'rll., sight, but did sat tinUk In the top five pieces' Coral Gables; Triangle's Pierce (only entries). ARABIAN HALTER CLASS- 1






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Sales Of Concentrate

THE CITRUS
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High Despite Scarcity .

iY1 CIRCUIT:

SALES sales of frozen orange concentrate gallons at the start of the next The sales report also said that' ,
sine Deck 1 have been marketing season. prices of frozen orange concentrate -' By DAVE PRATT' ..
most satisfactory in view of the The report aim said that one *
nave been stable for
limited supplies for this season, of the problems now facing the very, Ledger Staff Writer
Florida Citrus Mutual said Fri industry I II the slow build up of a period of over 10 months. Mu.
\ day.; stocks Mutual pointed out that tual's Executive Vice President Industry Unity Needed For Changes
JGALORE. In a special sates report to Its since Dec ,1, processors have Robert W. Rutledge said "the
growers Mutual said that from added only 4 million gallons to present 12.61 per dozen cans ASSUMING THE RECOMMENDATIONS made
Dec. 1 to Jan. IS, figure. from the beginning Inventory of IS. has been in effect since last Inc approved by
Booz Allen and Hamilton, are
AT YOUR J.M. FIELDS by ,
the Florida Canners Association million gallons. The grower organization March 23rd. This is the longest
l report that slightly more than said that Inventory period in the industry's concentrating Florida Citrus Commission there yet remains one
'.. r h DISCOUNT STORE 8 4 million gallons of concentrate -levels would remain critical until history for prices to remain snag.
,;r, have moved from Florida the industry begins concentrating M steady. I Recommendations calling for more autonomy for
\ ,, M (. THE STORE THAT GIVES YOU MORE warehouses Mutual said that if Valencia in volume, "It is Interesting to note that the commission-specifically, limiting and staggeringterms
I '. FOR YOUR MONEY..MORE OFTENI ales continue at their present 1 around April 1, because of the even though sale of concentrate of commissioners and increasing .
rate, the industry would move shortness In the early and mid are down about 40 per cent for per-box excise taxes over the next ;
PRICES COOP THRU TUESDAY approximately 64 million gallons season crop. the first seven weeks of the marketing five the approval of the
of concentrate In a year's time. The Industry's total Inventory, season (compared with years-require ...... '
The present sales rate would allow Including Imports, II now only last season), the dollar value of Florida Legislature
the Industry an Inventory 45 per cent of what it was a the concentrate sold I* down by A sample of eight commissionersfrom '
DISCOUNTFOOD carryover of about 12 year ago Mutual reported, only 20 per cent" the 12-man board Indicated
.. : mism such changes could be

I I from the legislature the OPU-I' ,.
.auT'I CENTER shows itself to be In agreement '

,. asstiTrlitlest changes are needed.
/ti0amat Only Herbert Massey of Dade "
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED icultll/rl vice chairman of the commission won-
Ag dered: "A politician hates to relinquish PRATTanypowere"Massey
recalled the commission -
striving to get more power for Itself In ear
lier attempts, "worked on It for 10 years without get
FYNE TEX tyhlaT.$1gTlI9L/OORIIORgP00aeRDtR ting anywhere

Sam Banks,chairman of the commission and headof
15( 1B IAIC.U..AND LEDGER Sundsy. Feb Z. 1564T Lakeland Packing Co., agreed that "it's always a

BLEACHSUNAID GAL. tough job when you go before the legislature," but,
he, ..Id. if the commission can get "a I segments'Vofthe
Industry behind It, the legislature will show "real
'consideration The Industry certainly is going to
h F n take time to study it (the report) and I would thinkif
"""" .. the need is shown to the
PURE APPLE MORtrOODORDtRJELLY , legislature to approve.

2 t *

"I THINK THE REPORT is a practical approach.
If we can get those 13,000 members (growers be-
LB JAR longing to Florida Citrus Mutual) to believe this is
the program to follow legislature will go along,"
I said F Elgin Bayless of Sebrlng..

Henry Cragg of Orlando's Minute Maid thinks
the going will be made easier if "all of the proposalsthat
PANTRY PRIDE LEAN FRESHLY GROUND: require legislation could be put in one single

package and presented to the legislature with the

Beef 3 Lbs' 99c' industry It's necessary backing It.to"have a "real unified front" said

x Key Scales Jr of Weirsdale. "The legislature has been
H S a most cooperative with citrus in the past. If you
: COPELAND SKINLESS t can go up there with a united citrus industry, I don't
see why they won't give careful consideration to the '


__ Franks 3 12Oz. .SI00LIBBY'S recommendations" I

Pkgs.s OTIIER COMMENTS ON THE REPORT:
"If we could carry out Just 50 per cent of what
they recommend well be doing very well," said O. D
Huff Jr. of McIntosh.

BRING SUNSHINE TO GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS "I think, barring a freeze following their program
will be very helpful to the commission. The broad
S coverage was very very good all the way through

I I Commission 'Muffed' C. D. Newbern of Tampa wondered U Booz Allen
I
By
and Hamilton might have been over-o timistie inrajr J
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some of their projections, but assessed: OIl think their .'
1 reorganization plan for the cornm'Alon I. excellent I .
s I think their suggestion on the the commissioners "
New Billboard Promotion should be appointed is excellent.'

Newbern also approved the recommendations on
r raising taxes to provide for the Increased expenses of

1 1 Potters began going up thisweek decided to use billboards within freezln' friends' would be timely the future and rated their projections of the money
on billboards around Florida the state to deliver the messiage at this time of the year" the commission will need and can get as realistic.

urging viewers to "Send to the millions of tourists and More than 40 billboards are "I think we're going to have that kind of money
Florida Citrus To Freezln'! resident who travel principal scheduled to deliver the message in the future," he said, "especially to use to compete
Friends" highway I during the next four month with those large food firms that are spending so much
to The handiwork of the Florida to motorists traveling In the more on advertising to compete with the industrywith
l Citrus Commission the posters "Tha idea Is to encourage state's eight major J market their synthetics."
present a simple message consisting every viewer to send citrus to area. The posters will be seen
of one line of text and friends or relatives In other at advantageous spots on seven Newbern said ideas such as aiming orange juice
reproductions of an orange anda parts of the country laid federal highways, Hooks said. for the snack bar market will pay off. For example
grapefruit outfitted with ear- Homer E. Hooks, Commission The billboards will be locatedIn he cited Booz, Allen and Hamilton's proposal to pack-
muffs. In staging a promotion In general manager "We thoughtthe the vicinity of Crystal Riveron age individual grapefruit sections and market them:
behalf of the state's gift citrus Idea of citrus wearing earmuffs U.S. 19: Crescent City, Fort "If that one little item took one million boxes of
fruit shippers,..the_Commission and the reference to Meade and Zolfo Springs on U.S. grapefruit, it alone would pay for the cost of the
17; Dunnellon Inverness, report."

Li Growers Advised To Hike Brooksville Punta Goods, Fort CNewbern said stressing the "snack bar deal" is
t Myers, Bonita Spring and Naples Intelligent because there is a "tremendous market
U.S.
U.S. 41 Davie on
on ; there The trend in American life for urban people
441 Leesburg. Maine City, Lake
Fertilizer On Some TreesBy I Wale; Avon Park Sebrlng and is eating more and more away from home" But,
Clewlston on US. 27; Ocala: he warned "We must standardize our products.

Wlldwood, Bushnell and Zephyr- *
r LARRY JACKSON duced fall fertilizer application hills on U.S. 301. and St Augustine -
; Assistant County Agent to apply up to 50 per cent of Bunnell, Marlneland, New "I TIIINK THEY MADE as good a report as was
Climatic conditions have blessed their tree's requirements by the Smyrna Beach, Tttusvtlle. Co possible," said Scales. "But now we must move judiciously
the citrus growers of Pulk last of February to Insure good con Sebastian Vero Beach and and slowly with it.
County this past season. Cool, tree vigor at time of fruit *et. Stuart on U.S. I.
"We these clean
paid to out closets. This
but not too cold, weather hat Growers who did fertilize; last guys
FROZEN FRUITDrinks ASST. fLAVORS kept trees dormant during the tall should also be ready to go industry was built on the rugged individualism of the
critical months of November, with their standard spring dosages old citrus grower-and I still have faith in them. This
December and most of Janu Cattle doesn't mean we can't adapt to new ideas and suggestions .
H 10 ary. High IOU moisture combined With continued favorable soil coming from outside.
with warm spring days hereIn moisture and temperature conditions "A lot of us are in this industry because it is a
the last of January have tree will be making a Sales gamble," Scales said. For that reason he said the report -
promoted a spring flush and a flush and be in full bloom before should not be regarded as a solution to every
1 bloom which looks like one of we know k. Don't neglecttree thing: "I don't think you can adopt a tried and true
"the most prolific seen for years fertility or disease! and insect Down blueprint for the future not in this industry."
I "lie:' disastrous freeze of De- control at this critical time.
FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS Recommendations for "more and better
,cember 1962 caused considerable These two things should be paramount research"
damage In many grave In the citrus grower'* earned Scales' "wholehearted approval" but he cau-
,and many growers elected to mind If he I It looking for maximum A decline in sales of cattle tioned: "I think you are going to have to proceed very
not put on a fall fertilizer appllcation .! production yield. was noted at Cattlemen's Livestock slowly and very cautiously in writing a blank check
1 I A number of grower Market this week as reported for ad\'trtlsing-whfch is what they are saying we
,who did fertilize In the fall used by Harold Howie of the should do."
fertilizer at a reduced rate. Beef Course Florida State Marketing Bureau Paul Robertson of Vero Beach
II complimented
A total of 357 cattle and calves
With the tree in our area
Booz, Allen and Hamilton for the
"time and effort and
"ready to go," most grower Is 7-9 were to 450 told a week Tuesday ago compared exactness by which they worked. It was an outstanding -
i are ready to put on their fertI- I May
lizer, and some have already Price of slaughter steers and professional effort a real report in depth.
I \ applied it. (If you've neglectedyour GAINESVILLE Universityof cows held steady Howz reported But, he demurred, "There's some of it that will be
LB K> dormant nutritional spray, Florida Animal Science HeadT. heifer steady to 110 impractical to use because of the quasi-political setup
better check your trees now J, Cunha ha announced the, cent higher, bull scarce, and of the commission.
1 they are not going to be dormant date for this year's Beef Cattle calve steady to 50 cents higher. -
i much longerl!) Growers having Short Course aa May 7 to 9 ., Stocker steers and calves *
Cunha has a program ached held steady to SO cent higher:
v trees which produced near-nor "IN GENERAL, I AM very well impressed with
will not uled Which will cover every' heifer and cow steady The "
this
:mal crops season the report said Cragg. "with its comprehensivenessand
phase of the beef Industry from breakdown:
FIRM RIPE fertilizer problem facing '
have the the direction it takes.
the who income tax problem, marketingand ,, Choice laughter steers, $19.$0
that
them grower
has. beef imports to feeding and I to $22, good. $1175 to $1150 "I think what was especially valuable was their
had little or no crop tree will disease control. utility $16.2S to $17.25; good recognition of the massive advertising Job that must
Tomatoes. 19c A Strong, healthy be done in order to avoid the
fruit to maturity The date of outstanding speak heifers. Sis to $20.75, standard disastrously low prices
1 carry will more an underfed, weak ers scheduled for the short. $18.25 to $19.25. that would arise in another area of overproduction."
than Individual. Therefore. It mightbe course Include Louis M. Smith,, Utility cows $14 to JI673. The Booz, Allen and Hamilton report "coordi-
II wise for grower who re-, director of the Foreign Agrlcul. cutter. $12.50 to $14.25, canner, nated a unified plan for bringing that advertising to
turat Service Livestock and I $9 to $12; good and choice play. This is the single most valuable direction
I Livestock Product Division. calve, $1> to $23.75. standard they have taken.
Industry Humming A* one of the largest short,I $18 to 2025. utility $15 to The report, said Bayless, "clearly tells us thingswe
GAINESVILLE Florida 1 course! held on the University 1850.
ciiiAGE have known all the time but enables
6t the third leading honey producing of Florida campus, It hosted las t I Standard veator. S222S to the of the us to solidify"
thinking entire
'; state hi the nation with an 1 year more than 800 of the ttate'i I $23.50, utility, $18 to $2125 cull, I, Industry in one direction.
said he
. LB. annual production of more than, top livestock producer for the i $12.25 to $15; good and choice Bayless was impressed with Booz Allen
I
and Hamilton's
20 million pound three-day meet. The course Is 1 feeder-ctocker steers. $1SO to appraisal of marketing "the field
r F. A. Robinson assistant apIculturist -sponsored by the Agriculture I I $20.50, common and medium where we've got to really be aggressive." Ideas suchas
with the University 01 f'Experiment Stations, Agricul. $14 to $18, common and medium battling other beverages-especially synthetics-by
Florida's Agricultural Expert, tural Extension Service and the i heifers. $13.25 to $16.75. entering such fields as Vending machine sales of
I St.QUALITY DISCOUNTS ment Stations, says that Floridaproduce College of Agriculture. Good and choice heavy calves, orange juice, he estimates "are going to be the gnawers -
UKEIANO: U. $. 92 flit at Re** OA TI'. ..., rhI el........._ more than half of al 1 I, Since 1929 Florida' beef industry .. $18.25 to $22.75, common and to a lot of our problems."
OPCNi hU.! 141 *!..*w NOTA M ? eM.. ./U d..Ase."M..s I ...a..l.., sALwave. the citrus: honey In this country has climbed from a 13 S, medium. $14 to $1850, medium The report's recommendations on various research -
t avatar ow. and an of the famous Tupelo, million to a $657 million dollarbUI light $20.25 to $22.50, common projects Bayless said, will eliminate "duplication
honey, inf'88. $15 to $17, inferior, $12.75 to $16. of effort and wasted effort"MORE
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Assessment WILLIAM Study D. SHILLING ImportantBy V1ATYDIiCOUNt I[Sh P 12 Noon '1'0" P.M. I


Ledger Staff Writer E V :

One of the most important actions of the city .
commission in 1964 may well be the upcoming study .
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of .
property assessments in Lakeland.It .
seems apparent that there are some gross in- .
equities in the tax roll as it now stands; that equalize Men' Boys' SPEC IlL.
a tion of the roll is long overdue. Ladies'Short .
'
A t When the city's assessments are = Sleeve COTTONand PURCHASE =
\ compared with the assessments made
I by the county, the picture will be much Tailored -
i1' more complete. The inequities seem to : A
:\ be largely in the low assessments SPORTSHIRTS
placed on older property and undevel- : COTTON-KNIT Girls'SUNWEAR l E
od land in the municipality, and the
relatively high assessments placed on
homes and commercial buildings of re- SHIRTS
1 cent vintage.The SPORT
comments on the need for
SHILLING equalization should not be interpreted
as criticism of Tax Assessor George U
Boswell. He inherited the assessments on older prop- YOUR CHOICE
erty and undeveloped land when he took over his E SHIRTS
present.position. His office is understaffed, and it has
taken a great effort to keep up with assessing new

property.Boswell has not had the time or the assistance to 3FOR 1.68 2 177
make a comprehensive study of Lakeland's. $100 mil- FOR
lion property roll. And the tax assessor can only moveas I I
fast as the city commission directs.If 97c
the city adopts a roll with values more nearlyin
line with county valuations, the consensus at the Combed cottons, Acetote &
city hall is that there will be a substantial increasein a Roll-up sleeves! Variety ofnecklines
cottons, oxford, broadcloth. Cotton slacks, 2-pe. inert lets,
the dollar total of the over-all roll, and a sharp de-
and collar styles.I Solids I .
crease in the ad valorem tax rate. Sizes S-M-L. Large assortment Regular I button-down collars, cotton blouses, Jamaica and
chocks and itrlpoi. All .
of color Stock up now forsummer. stripe I and print I Emblem shorts or knee knocker. Take .
Indicated .new spring colors. 32 to 38.
Light
Study .
front knit in solid colors.
your pick I mix 'n matc h. .

Look for Mayor Harold Grizzard to ask the de- .
partment of electric-and water utilities to make an ..e ,,.
immediate study on the installation of mercury vapor 0U
_street lights along West Memorial Boulevard all the .
way to the intersection of Interstate 4.

The mayor, shortly after his election, announcedthat Ladies'JAMACCAS GIRLS' HOODEDJACKETS BOYS' TURTLENECK;. FAMOUS NAME s
he would seek to have all of the highway ap-
proaches leading into the city brightly lighted. : SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS :
He'll seek to get this program rolling first on
West Memorial Boulevard-the city's most heavily

traveled it thoroughfare.Let into be Lakeland said that. the compare present somewhat dark highway sadly with approaches 2'or$3 $3 1.27 3.88 i

brightly-lighted Interstate 4 approaches to Orlando.
With its tremendous utility system, Lakeland U All now for Spring, In color and ityU. Sizes 5 to 14. Rod or bluo. Nylon S-M-L. Rod, black or bluo. Elastic Mon's short sleeve khlrt Sisos -
should be the city of light, second to none in the Stateof 8 to 38. quilt. neck 14 Vi 'to'. 17. -
Florida. .

'I4 .* A: LADIES' Girt MohairCARDIGANS BOYS' MEN'S'CABANA =
r "* ." r *, i i ii
Lake Project To S rt--1. TEE SHIRTS RUGBY"'SHIRTS SETS E

City Hallways has commented from time to timeon
the need for beautification of beautiful Lake Hunter -
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one of Lakeland's finest lakes.
City Manager Robert V. Youkey put $20,000 in U $
the 1963-1964 budget for the beautification of Lake 1.68 $448 & $6 $1 6
Hunter, and the allocation was approved by the city
commission.Now .
it can be reported that the Improvement pro- Slip-On, turtlenock. All now for Spring. Largo assortment of color Broken A
gram is scheduled to be started within the next several S-M-L. .iso*. Long sleeve sport shirt Sixes 8 to 18. Assorted patterns. U

weeks. .
Youkey said that the board of county commissioners sssssszesss..a. .eo .
has made the county dredge available to the U LADIES'SWEATERS GIRLS' BOYS'SWEATERS MEN'SPAGO .
city. The dredge will be moved from Lake Parkerto !
Lake Hunter in a matter of days. SHIFTS JACKET
Youkey said that the Department of Parks and :
Recreation under Joker Marchant, will be in chargeof
the work at Hunter. The city manager had directed
that the parkway between the drive and the lake be : $1 to $7 77c $3.$5 $6 :
built up to a minimum width of 50 feet. It is expectedthat
the dredge will be operating in Hunter for many
months to build up the parkway. : Assorted colon, styles and fabrics. Ideal for night or day. Ant. print Assorted styles, fabrics. Cardigan b Tan and whito chock. Broken .r.... rN
Following that part of the improvement, trees and Broken ilse*. or (tripe*. 4 to 14. slip-ons. A real voluo. r .
shrubbery will be planted. Utility Director Dan McIntosh -
already has improved the lighting around the .

lake. = COMPLETE BRECKSHAMPOO CASTILESHAMPOO FLORENTINE :


= FISHING SET LIGHT FIXTURES =

Drive Widening Planned

ing of Engineering Lake Hollingsworth plans are proceeding Drive from for Johnson the widen Ave- i 2'or$1 i

nue to Belmar Street. 12.88 2 for $1 1.58
Youkey has asked the engineering section to complete
the necessary engineering work,and he said that -
he hopes that the section of the drive can be widenedand 4-os. for dry or oily hair. Mild andgentle. Screw Into light socket like a
improved over the summer months. 404 Zebca reel I, rod, tackle 1 box, 3 16-os., by Charles I Anted f or..o L rd.to- bulb. any .
light
There is no budget appropriation for this Im lure and 50 out. hook handle hair problems .
provement, but the city manager said that he believes .
that there will be sufficient funds available, providingthat
the widening and improving of Parker Street S BUBBLE
near the new Sears-Ward's complex doesn't prove too GOLiETSET PAPERBACK 20" ROTARY LAMPS

costly.The
city's objective is to widen Lake Hollings-
worth Drive all the way around the lake. Because of

the cost, the work will* be*done*in stages. : 39.84 BOOKS MOWER *2 a


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5 Iron., 2 wood, bog, cord, 3 balls, Whit. only. Repeat d a tell-out. .
Aid Stand May Be ReversedThe .
tube, and 12 tees. Quantity limited. .
YOUR CHOICE
city commission on Monday is scheduled to
consider rescinding its action of 1963 spurning fed
eral grants to assist taxpayers at the local level to II BOAT
construct essential municipal! projects.It's .
not that there is any basic change in the phi $37.
losophy opposing federal assistance programs. It's i CUSHION 6 FOR $1 i
simply a matter of practicality. Washington has and I
will appropriate millions\ of taxpayers' money for
streets, drainage, public buildings, and other projects. I
To stand on the philosophy of rejecting any funds : 2.77SO 8.84 :
sent to Washington by Lakeland taxpayers simply
means that Lakeland taxpayers will pay again for different title to chooie from. Pra-ceaion ipeciol. Big 3 HP engine, .

municipal improvements, or do without. 0 While they lost adjustable cutting' height. 30" comfort mtlded./ =
And Lakeland needs a convention center, the new Coo it Guard approved. White, blue,
library, major street programs, new fire stations, a green. or red. 24" size now only 7.44I .
master drainage installation, and other desirable and N .
essential improvements.The .
commission may be interested to know that DISCOUNTS
the U.S. Senate this past week approved and sent to LAKELAND u.s. 92 EAST AT ROSE ST. QUALITY The only true measure That give y.v instant
President Johnson a bill increasing federal aid to I : Q,,d' of value I ronts.d,
libraries from $7.3: million a year to $45 million. The Open. Mon. thru Sot. 10 to 10; Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. gueroeteedEVERYDAY.. .
bill also removes a limitation that restricted the as-
sistance to rural communities with less than 10,000
population.

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yr f What Do You Think ?

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QUISTIONi U.I. Set M (sret Chase Smirk U a eendUNs lei the .puklk. pseeli .

1 40tttlel I n mlM, >.*.. De you think 4 "'_.. would mka a seal ,.....40..tP

WHIRL ASKEDi I HeR .! I..etlc .11.11"' l.rt..... .

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Mrs William Ruiter, 1190 Mrs Duane Peacock Fort was In the hands of a man."

DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE Pinecrest St, BartoW, office Meade office worker: "No Idon't *
worker: "I think It would be think she would get the Eugene Estea, 304 Rlgglni
I 219 E. Main St. 2637 S. Fla. Are. all right If she respect of the other nations of St., Lakeland deputy Caller:
were qualified.My the world. A woman la naturally "Nol In time the general outlook
MU 2-7755 MU 6-4159 ton pointedout :! interested in domestic and per.(
that if Mrs. affairs and a president would tonality of a
1 Smith li elected have to devote her entire timeto woman is such I a.
a that she would I A
we certain being president This would
ly will be liv not be natural" crack up under I pj
log In an exciting < the emotional Itrain.
In
pub-
: El-
aenhower age was lic and bual-1

OPEN ALL DAYSUNDAY #, the oldest presIdent ness life -theyj.
Kennedy still are cons.partitively ''>
was the! young- RlSTER Infants -
-L est and first and need*

Catholic and then she wouldbe a broader backESTES
the first woman." ground. Within
10 years, there might be one
who Is qualified for the polio
GIFT FOR THI SAND CI...J. JmkiM, UH, new .wn" .f the Lk 4..l.nM", ,41 E. M.ln St., heeds I."... A"rf.riii, >.fH..l ctmmiHM ch.I,...... *f the lakeland' crest St., Bartow director of A- *
Sn.. HifN. SC..*. Peed reran* A.ioel.He., a chick for $110 t. k.1 l, the lied. .* !ht w.y to the the District Probation and Parole PEACOCK LINDSEV Gordon MacCalla.Winter Ha-
Ii Ii" 1: [ W":I. ., .... 'fi' Cherry II...", f..Ii..I l in W..hlnfr In April. Tkt sift wee the Io".t ilittl ....t'i..tl.* nt.'..4 office: Mrs. Marge Lindsey, 635 S. yen county solicitor: "Cer
-- .. fw ky the heed Pirelli U their etiart H "lw, the $7,000 *.M fer the trl,.
f Pratt) I worker: "I think Mrs. Smith woman would, \JIO .
think they j would be capable of being not disqualify. '-,
r would be all president. However, I would her. The prop-* "
Auto Dealer Adds $350To Rep. Cramer t :
right. I've prefer to think our country ar woman i
found women would make a
RUBBING Will Seek New who have been fine president.I .
ALCOHOL Band Trip FundA elected and appointed -ifi 2 Reappointed feel that the

1 Pint Term In House to polltlons government 1 I. To Jury Board women number"In our off I

r rI tie with the old home town ions) Interest because I had who bandied TALLAHASSEE tm -Gov. Far country who!
c 1 has boosted the Lakeland Senior the honor of watching my two i the Job rls Bryant yesterday announcedthe are qualified to I
ROSTER
ugh School Band's Cherry sons In the same parade. My WASHINGTON -Rep. WilLiam Is
DiscountAPC Prlee.we very well. "The appointment of Newell K. be president ..
e .,.-e.- colt .n. a.N.. L INI Blossom fund by $350. I oldest son Murdoch was cadet C. Cramer of St. Peters treasurer for the Treasury Department Bowden of Bartow and RichardH. I limited due to MacCALLA
The gift came from Claude captain of the Randolph Macon burg Republican announced is a woman and AUtopp of Lakeland to new to the fact that
enkms, new owner of the Lake military band, and Ms brother. today for reelection to his sixth Mrs. Smith has done a good terms on the Polk County Jury not many women are trained
dealer- the time was
Jimmie. at same
I md Lincoln Mercury Job as a senator." Commission. In governmental affairs.
hip. 941 E. Main St. cadet captain of the Randolph term. --- -- --- -
"Washington is my old hometown Macon Crack Drill Team. Cramer recently became r.nk-I'
I ," Jenkins said. "I was In Both sons are now with Jenkins Ing Republican on the house
business there in the Lincoln-Mercury, -
TABLETS the automobile
public works committee and If
I
Jr the past 15 years and par dealership.
clpated in many of these (Cherry James Anderson chairman of the Republicans win control of I
100 Blossom Festival) activities the festival committee of the the house ha would be chair,
29 c "For three years I had a per. school's band parents assoclaon man. The committee li Handles''' kI/1
Coupon laid he hopes the drive to such public works programs as EiEIEi
Discount Price. raise 17,000 to send the band to rivers and harbors, roads flood
cite on ....-O.w WII M.., '*. I. IM4 KEEP UP I the Cherry Blossom Festival in control and public buildings.For I /

April can be concluded In March several terms Cramer I)
WITHTHE Select business and civic lead- was the only Republican congressman
era are now being contacted for from FlorIda. Two
upport in the project and years ago Ed Gurney of Winter
I TIMES! plans will be announced soon Park won the new 11th district
1 GALLON ALL METAL for public participation in the seat -central Florida to become

rive, he said. the second.
GAS CAN Aluminum Windows ore I
BLVD.
G10 WEST MEMORIAL
proven highly sarisfao I

tory and ore being used Chamber of Commerce Notes 1621SNORTII FLORIDA AVE.
9c on oil types of new con- \

Coupon .( BROADWAY and COMBEE ROAD
I Discount1 Price
wit Mum-OniM.. wl..Iwr i MM. ftt. I. 1111 By JOHN M. BRYSON of the Citrus Commission has 'i QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
General ManagerAs been only spasmodically successful -

'IiAwning I ahoot this over to The to admit at that best.It's You'll ridiculousto have I OPEN SUNDAYS 8 A.M.

Ledger our annual dinner tonight see fresh orange juice on 'I I
is a sellout, with be-
sale at half a dozen placesaround
I
TRANSISTOR BATTERY tween If 540 still and alive 550 this expected.time Times Square (or payless
I'm
next week. I'll probably have York for than grapefruit in Florida)in and New not : TILL 6 P.M. FOR YOUR

i BUR6ESS- 9-VOLT FLAT 'a few comments about Il find It here where most of It
'
I 9e Value V2L1 is produced. SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
About all i accomplished: Anybody got any Ideas?

it Coupon with my dissertation last *
Discount Frier Window week as to the sorr1, state of
wile MI..e.-. N. .Me in* MM* /NL IN4 all.too-many Lakeland rental greatly We got appreciated an Immediate response and Prices Effective Sun., Thru lues., Feb. 4

and
accommodations our
a few days ago to teacher
critical need for more listingswas
Keith Asher's request for two GROUND LEANGR'ND
it off chest FRESHLY
to get my qualified persons to speak to ,
the total lack
judging from the 400 ninth graders at Lakeland -
of response. Junior High. Mrs. Virginia -
ROASTING
Kinda discouraging we Kane of Lakeland Business BEEF
PANS are here to help but we cannot Institute will outline the
i dt it without better co- requirements challenges and
.
,9 I II I opera to, than we're gettingin opportunities of secretarial
I this Instance. work, and Frank Weber of
Coupon IB The following Incident Maas Brothers got Bart Carroll
Discount Price. *- bears out my statement the company's general
Wilt Nil MmwCwpM 014 .4w MM* I*, t 1/41 Jalousie WindowReplacement that the great majority of personnel director, to cover 3 LB. 99C
our winter visitors don't retailing as a career.

Of bother to register at the PKG.
Chamber. A man earn up The many friends he's
Present Windows to me after a little talk I made during his years of major
the fine folks out
made to
league training and managing
SUN-PAC Made Without
DcCicco's
at Phil friendly
in Lakeland and other
MILDEW BAGS Change Of Sue-D-K Mobil Home Parka Florida cities will be happy
and admitted
Size week ago to read the following no. I
Opening ha hadn't registered since FRYERSU.S.D.A.
3 For received two weeks ago from
c his first visit seven years Fred Hutchinson:
ago Others In the group
Coupon found "Dear John-TTunk you
said that once they'd
Discount Price a 'permanent"winter home for the nice letter. Your
Will Mil IMi.- 4MMI OK >flW MM. PM. I. IM4 to their liking they hadn't thocghtfulness of ma at .
felt it necessary to regis this lima Is greatly appreciated. -

ter.We still recommend registering interested. to You know might that be I TENDER CHICK Ib 29C

annually as we can't have just completed my
REG. 1.98 PLASTIC keep our records more thana first week of treatment and CUTUP
doctors are most optimistic
my
and thus
year or so are
BAIT BUCKET often unable to locate our as to the results 1am
visitors for inquiring friendsor looking forward to a
In cases of emergency great 1M4 with Cincinnati. GOLD MEDAL PURE
159
HorizontalSliderWindow Sincerely.HUTCH.. l-OZ. CAN

[ Coupon m At the rink of being labeled P. S. Expect to see you BLACK
Discount Pricewin a crusader or even a mal- In Tampa In March"The LIMIT
MU Mmew MK e1. a.14. LIM/ l 5cI
content, I feel compelled to *
voice concern over the fact I THREE
PEPPER
that its all but impossible to county school board
I buy a glass of squeezed and a large delegation of
order orange juice in Lake Lakeland parents and memo
I land bers of the Chamber and

TOILET TISSUE k\\\ I I realize that our processing Downtown Development Association 300 CAN SHOWBOATPORK'N
plants have done wonders were impressed
BA9 OF 10 ROLLS I with the quality of their concentrate with the dignified and excellently
ous and that chilled documented presents-
*
$1.50 Value .... f
C juice Is delivered daily from offered for the Polk Countytion
ill of the Eaton Park site
practically next door to our
Coupon Discount Prlee. I I'' local restaurants and I am Junior College by Mayor

WIN KM 111110144 .u .SIC f- I114 I well aware that squeezing Harold Grizzard Benny Fen- ,
oranges Is not the most ton. Bill Myrick Melvin Es- LIMIT
pleasant task and that It presents troff and George Sanford. It
SingleHungWindow a vexing disposal prob was in striking contrast to
the pitch, replete with poor I THREEPOTATOES
lem.I feel very strongly however attempts at humor, by Winter BEANS
SCRIPTO
riucmoN-INGIN'i'iiiD that visitors la the Haven.
HIAVY ALUMINUM world's citrus center have
BALL POINT PEN
SECTIONS every right to expect to be U. S. SKI PATROLThe
IASILY ttMOVAILI able to buy juice squeezed
Values ro 1.69 SCREENS to their order and I don't National Ski Patrol Sys-
77 FULLY WIATHIRSTRIPMD blame them for getting tern founded in 1938. I Is an organization .
C..po" right put out wbea! they of expert skiers wh
Discount Price PHONE FOR FREE can't., promote safety in all major sk
... ,.. IM.i .
w11 .n.r e. F L
cone_Mu ESTIMATESFINANCING This I Is another area 1 is linked up with th
which our Chamber even witthe nNational Ski Association o
professional assistanceWOULDN'T t America which promotes an
, supervises amateur events. According
W w ,. W Y YOUR to the Book of Knowledge NEW L6. BLISS OR
t McGinnesLUMBER USINISS LOOK ski patrol members an
GOODRIGHT 2 0 5 9c
trained in rescue methods an
...Y. .TAY. .TAYM .MY. .TAY. COMPANYMU I HEREj I first aid and have performs CROP BAG WHITEr

6-3141 notable service in many dues
600 W. Main St. I tent such .1'airplane crash!
? in remote places.




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Here Are Results From Imperial Horse Show First to Church -Then to Dinner



(Continued From Page 1-B) Halnlin Mills Farm Miami; 5 Camelot Farms, St. Peters Pat Butler St. Paul Minn.; Emllle Azcorrage Mexico L Zachar owned by Golden SUNDAY SPECIAL

Hawn Corpus Chrlsti. Tex. -Cent Si Bon owned and rid burg. 4 King's Castle, ridden by City. Mexico. Shoe Farm Ft. Lauderdale; :3

2-Ben Ibn Hanrth shown by den by Carol Patterson Or OPEN PARADE HORSES Dorothy McLeod owned by JUNIOR WORKING HUNTER -Blue Fox ridden and owned I ROAST TURKEY

Walter Chapman owned by lando. (Class 67) 1 The Apache SI Jayne. Park Ridge, III.; 9 (hunting attire) (Class by VT. Darden Hall Brent- C
EQUITATION SADDLE Chief, ridden and owned Dolly Nip ridden by Bunny CORNBREAD DRESSING 7
8
Donoghue Arabian Farm Go- by 142); 1-Daily Nip. ridden by wood, Tenn. 4-WMto Light-
had Tex.; 3 Mirraseyn SEAT (11-13 age group riders) Bob Haag, Lawrenceburg. Kozorek owned by Si Jayne, Bunny Klzorek owned by SI ridden ; and owned Snowflik ,.te"'s. Mired Vesttobloi .
shown and owned by Ellie (class 55): I-Susan Snively, Ind.; 2 Too-A-Klnd, ridden Park Ridge 111. Jayne. Park Ridge III.. 2 Ing Main, N.J by lUlls, Batter, TM, Cell..,
Rodriguez Sarasota. Winter Haven; 2 Janice by Cheryl Taylor owned by WORKING HUNTER (pony Flower Ctrl owned and ridden Mary Wallpack. I If' Cake, D.......

ARABIAN HALTER CLASS- Jones, Coral Gables; 3-Mar- Allison Stables Winter Haven; division open) (Class 136); 1 by Becky Batchelor, South Mi 2 T-BONE STEAKS 1.99
ES GRAND CHAMPION tha Jones, Coral Gables; 4- 3Pal Golden Boy, ridden by -Lady Kola ridden and own ami; Blazing Lady ridden Picnic Planned I
GELDING (clan N): 1-Ma- Mary Mills St. Petersburg; S Michelle Sorrells, owned by ed by Mary Ellen Oyler Pur- by Karen Harnden owned by The annual MidlandMichiganFlorida -
rah Sea Lion owned and -SCOtty Turnbull, Winter Ha Allison's Stables Winter Haven ceUvllle. Va.; 2-King Creole, B. W. Yarbrough Miami; 4- Tourist All-Day Picnic
known by William Hawn Corpus yen.SINGLE ; 4 Parade Marshal, ridden by Kathy Thompson Shop Around ridden by Lit will be held Wednesday afternoon Jti1IIiiI.tSOUTHGATE
Christ!, Tex.; J-Ben Ibn ROADSTER PONY ridden by Patsy Tyson owned owned by William Ludwig Stralle owned by Fairfield Feb. 19 at Lakeland City I
Hanrah shown by Walter (clasi 56): JOReda's Ace, by Wagon Wheel Stables Bethesda Maryland; 3-Tony, Farm West Palm Beach. Park announced F. E. Hahn
Chapman owned by Donoghue driven by Will B. Thomas, St. Petersburg; :5 I-King Coe's ridden and owned by Vickie WORKING HUNTER (amateur of 2304 Golfvlew St. DOWNTOWN

Farm. Gollad Tex. owned by Riverby Farms, Princess ridden by Ike Turner Eastman, Winter Haven; 4- owned) (Class 143)); 1- I 2637 S. Fla. A... 219 E. Main St.
owned
MORGAN HORSES (15 Dublin Ohio; 2-Little Bob Up by Ike Turner Rlveria Topper, ridden by Arthur Flei Fulbright, ridden by Carol Halley's comet wal named for
hands and over (Class 45): 1- driven by W. S. Garth Jr., Beach. scher owned by Bllito Heard. Blunt owned by Country Club Edmund Halley -
Waseeka's Nocturne shown owned by John Crawford War. FINE HARNESS HORSE Middlcburg. Va. Stables, Delray Beach; 2 who predicted its .stronomer'l 11- GET OUT ON THE WATER WITH ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL
by John Lydon owned by Waseeka trace Term.; 3-Music Maker (amateur driver) (CUss 68) WORKING HUNTERS UN- South I irk ridden by Stepanie once at regular BOATS LISTED IN THJ LEDGER CLASSIFIED SECTION.
Farm Ashland M....; driven by Sue Rutherford 1 Alluring Lady driven by DER SADDLE (Class 137); 1
2 -Donnette Camelot shown owned by Fred Cantrell Pinel- Mrs Alan Robson owned by -Daily Nip ridden by Bunny
by Thomas H. White Jr., las Park; Defender's Red Mr. and Mrs. Alan Robson Klzorek, owned by SI Jayne
owned by Camelot Farms Ft. Flash driven. and owned by Westchester, Pa.; :2 Stone-
Park Ridge III. 3King'sCastle
Lauderdale; 3-Tastee Firefly Mrs. C. J. Newman; 5-Mighty wall's Invasion driven by W. ridden by Dorothy; Mc. Be OWl GuetfT. BIttMg "tfte I
shown by Bob Hart, owned by Mouse driven. by GeorgiaAnn S. Garth Jr., owned by John Leod owned by SI Jayne Faziii2zj

Windsong Farm Alexandria Rutherford owned by Crawford Wartrsce Tenn.; Park Ridge III; J-Bellino,
Fred Cantrell. Pinellas Park. ) Stonewall's Sportsman
Va.; 4 Waseeka'a Theme
ridden Robert owned

O'Conner Song shown, owned by Mrs.by Conrad Wasee WALKING and gelding HORSES ridden(stallions by owned Randolph and Clearwater driven by; 4 Paul- by Rising by Creek Egan Farm At. D p'D p


5 k.and-'Llppit. Farm Bob Ashland Kennuck Mass shown; amateur Sunstreak(class ridden 57) Midnight and ownedby and Lady Mrs.McLeod Warlord W ,L., owned driven McLeod by by: Harriet 5 Dr.- lanta Mrs.by;; 4-Let'Fairfield Rodney Dance Jenkins Farm,riddenby West owned [? [ [D [ccuc'D )

owned by Mrs. E. J, Ker- Ed Street. Johnson City. Mr. Palm Beach; 5 Galloping
thaw Ft. Lauderdale. Term.; 2 Sun's Go Boy Cypress Gardens driven
and owned Hill ridden by Price McIntosh
11fREE-c AITED SADDLE Again ridden and owned by by John Snively
Jr. Winter H.ven.WALKING owned by Waverly Farm War-
HORSES (adult amateur to V. G Gochner; 3 Confederate renton Va.JUNIOR. Chicken with all the trimmings
ride) (class 46):. 1-Boston Jubilee Raider ridden by Mrs. HORSES (mares
shown by Vail Beeman Robert Schleicher owned by ridden by amateurs) (Class 69) WORKING HUNTERS
owned by D. E. Britt Associates Crown Point Farms Crown. 1 Shadow's Blaze ridden and UNDER SADDLE (Class
Miami; 2 Genius of Point, Ind.; 4 Sun Dust's owned by V. G. Gochner Aurora 138)); I-Summer Session rid SATURDAY SUNDAY- 1O AM to 4 PM
Ohio 2 Madness den by Phyliss Fleischer owned
lot, shown by RichardGras Fury ridden by Raymond ; -May ,
owned by Camelot Smith owned by Merry Mount ridden and owned by Mrs. by Ramblewood Stable Miami
Farms Ft. Lauderdale 3- Farms Rensielaer Ind.; 5 Paul Randolph Clearwater; 3 ; 2-Flower Girl owned
Right decision shown by Mrs Go Boy's Champ ridden by -Midnight Georgia Belle, rid. and ridden by Becky Bathce-
Elliott Holland, owned by Holland Frank Talbot owned by Field. den and owned by Mrs. lor South Miami; 3-Daily rrusrat[

R \ Inc., St. Peters- stone Farm Macon Ga. Charles Webb Macon, Ga.;.4Cononel's Nip ridden by Bunny Klzorek awe
burg; 4air Tip shown and SINGLECKNEY PONY Lady ridden and owned by Si Jaynes Park : urea on

owned by Randolph Farms (driven by lady) (Class 58) 1- owned by Bill Ashmore Macon Ridge Ill.; 4-Romany Grey :
Cle.rwaterCopper Rocket, Pilot Model driven and owned Ga.; :5 I El Dursdo'i ridden and owned by Judy ROCKET weere.n w
shown by Mrs. Alan Robson.. by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong Queen Bee ridden by David Cox Winter Haven TV E
owned by Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brampton C.nadaKIng'; :! Church: owned by Pnt Church WORKING HUNTER PONY CI 4

,Robson Westcheiter Pa. Crystal, driven and owned by Hialeah. UNDER SADDLE (Class 139));

SADDLE SEAT EQUITA"TION Mrs. Victoria Armstrong HUNTER SEAT EQUITA. 1-Lady Kola ridden and own _wuoue_r
(Polk and surrounding Brampton Canada. TION (12 years and under) ed by Mary Elizabeth Olyer,
counties) (class 47) (rider's THREE GAITED MARES (Class 132); 1-Arthur Flei Purcellville Va.; 2-Nancy, .. ,/ ". -CI411Y DISTMCtl. TO AST IHTMNCt OF DOCKET CITY ON MIOHWAY /MOI
OKUKDO II Mllll a COCOA 71 MtllS MUSOUUNC 41 mill
.
horsemanship only-12 years AND GELDINGS (ridden by scher Miami; 2-Pam Klnsey ridden by Pattee Connell owned TI1USVIUC t| Mlle CAHUVtlM. U Wilt' a MMTIN PUNT It Will
and under): 1-Mary Lib Ca- ladies) (Class 59) I Mildred Winter Haven;. 3-Chrls De- by Lazy 7 Stables, New 'l.:4: ; /
'son, Brandon; 2 Barbara Adams ridden by Susan Mayo Winter Haven; 4 Orleans La.; 3-Cordial Miss, -
Simpson Winter Haven; 3- Snively owned by Mr. and Becky McDonald Plymouth; ridden by Becky Bachelor,
Scotty Turnbull Winter Haven Mrs. John1. Snively Jr., Winter 5-Jenny Kinsey, Winter Ha owned by Mr. and Mrs. William

>, ; Melinda Sorrel;, Lake Haven; 2 Last Minute Love yen Glasscock, Bethesda. DRIVE OUT TO ROCKET CITY '
Alfred; 5-Ann Griffith. Win. owned and driven by Mrs. GREEN WORKING HUNTERS Md.; 4-King Creole riddenby :.

4ter Haven. Marvin Lester; 3 Spring OPEN (Class 133); 1 Kathy Thompson owned by
OPEN WESTERN STOCK Destiny ridden by Brlenne Jonnle B., ridden by Rodney Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig. We'll serve you and your family a delicious FREE BARBECUE LUNCHEON for the -
;HORSES (class 48)): 1-East- Jorgensen owned by Adelaide Bethesda. Md.
owned Fairfield
.cr'i Sport ridden and owned Jenkins by privilege of telling and showing the fabulous for sound investmentsthat
Snyder Enterprises, Inc., Hal- Farm West Palm Beach; 2- OPEN :JUMPER (Class you opportunities
,by Ray Bienko Winter Haven lendale 4 Sparkling Kate 140) Celebrity Host, ridden
;
;
Master Tom, ridden by Rodney
: ; 2-Ser-Hy, ridden by Car ridden and owned by Harriet Jenkins owned by Fair- by Wally Holly owned by await you now at ROCKET CITY. No cost or obligation! Take our free land tour

'ol Chapman owned by William McLeod, 5 Stardust ridden Holly Lee Stables, Alexandra,
field Farm West Palm Beach; and WE'LL EVEN PAY FOR YOUR GAS!
H. Hawn Corpus Christ!, and owned by Kay Harmon 3-The Caber ridden by Earl Va.; 2-Blue Plum ridden by 'lf' :'oo.t t t J'
'Tex; 3-Preacher Ike ridden Winter Haven Frazier owned by Rising David Kelley, owned by 1- G \7
by Fred Boggs. owned by Riw SINGLE HARNESS PONY Chance Hill Farm Greenwich, TOURIST'S '
Creek Farm AtI.ntaLady Sf FLORIDA' t
; '
;erby Farms, Dublin Ohio; 43Gray (driven by amateur) (class Coosaw ridden by Russell Conn.; 3-Final Bid ridden ftCf ( pLf! lOVK.OPENING !
Pepper ridden and 60) 1 Jubilee's Colossal Stewart owned by Coosaw by Wally Holly owned by Lee %
Downed by Judy Stephen Sara- driven by Dr. W. W Bartlett Farm Dale S.C.; 5-Shady Barney and SI Jayne Park FREE GASCOUPON !
iota; 5-Seoul, ridden and owned by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong Lady ridden by Russell Stew Ridge III.: +-Sky Ghost rid PRICES PREVAIL; N,
A loses, .
Virginia
by
aSwned Brampton Canada art owned by Coosaw Farm den by Kathy Keener owned ..
.
V :I Miss Judy driven and Dale, S.C.HUNTER. by Mrs. A. C. Randolph Up- .. :}f1.,
ARABIAN WESTERN owned Alan Robson West- Va. 5-Sure '
by SEAT EQUITATION pervill ; Thing,
PLEASURE (class 49)): 1- cheater' Pa; :3 Yankee ridden by David t
(age JUT (Class 134); Kelley owned
ACREAGE TRACTS-
Ser-Hy ridden by Carol Chapman Doodle Sweet Amber driven Simonetta Pom- by Chance Hill Farm p.
owned by William H. Bulgarelll M't Wherever you are-fill up your gas tank !
and owned by Bill Shephard Beach Flel. Greenwich Conn. which will include !
Hawn, Corpus Christ!, Tex.; Paso ; 2-Phylli. paved 3O"hat" 1 now, and head for ROCKET CITY. Wben ffi
4 Pat Boone driven
Tampa -
; cher Miami Kizonk. GREEN JUMPER
2- Ashdm ridden by James and owned by Susan Snive 3-Bunny : (Class access road and drainageHOMESITESREADY I youarriveatfoCKETCITYsimplyprenent j jT1wn44
Park Ridge 111.; 4 141); l-COrnbread. ridden by
Fisher, owned by Blue Creek to Grunt Relation Office
1
ly. Winter Haven. 4y your gas receipt our
Bathcelor South MI. Russell
Becky Stewart owned by
Farm Clinton ridden S.C.; 3 William-Alrah FIVE GAITED SADDLE ami; 5-Jiffy Fagle St. Pe Oakdale Farm Birmingham f11 and receive a cash refund. (Offer limited to
Sea
Lion by
PONIES OPEN ( Class 6n! tersburg. Ala.; 2-Silver Lining ridden pamenger cans only.)
C. Koslucher owned by Christi William 1- Honey Bunch, ridden and WORKING HUNTERS (ladles by Carlene Blunt owned by TO BUILD ON NOW! J I:
Hawn Corpus
'.Tex.; 4-Bint Ronara ridden owned by Mary 2 The Mills Mighty, St. ) (Class 135)); 1 Ful. Country Club Stable Delray including paved roads, curbs, : ;i ....................."....
owned Petersburg; bright ridden I by Carlene Beach; 3-Little Girl ridden .
by Walter Chapman, by
Donoghue Farm Goliad. Tex.; Houdini owned and ridden by Blount owned by Country by D. W. Caitleman, owned by gutters and underground storm a Anse................................................ ,
5-Silver Pearl ridden by Richard Peacock Miami. Club Stable Del Ray Beach; Lazy J-7 Ranch; New Or. drainage Central water and"

Buck Grass, owned by Frank SINGLE ROADSTER (shown 2-Let's Dance ridden by leans La.; 4-Shure Leave sewerage, all telephone and electric : Cu.........................,-......uwu. .....
Cmstheri Jr., Miami Beach. by amateurs) 1 Black Jaguar Kathy Kusner owned by Fairfield ridden by Barry Label owned linen underground.
SINGLE HACKNEY PONY driven and owned by Farms, West Palm by A. B. S. Farm Morris- i5
John Snively Jr. 2 Lady Norbu ridden N.J. S Olivlda, ridden fg
(driven by Amateur) (class ; Beach; 3- by town. ; -
50): Crystal Jewel driven Mary driven by John Brown- Stephanie Zacher owned by by Richardo Guasch.. owned. by I .
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lee owned by W M. Gill Jr., -
by Dr. Bartlett, owned by
Oklahoma City. Okla.; 3 -
Mrs. Victoria Armstrong
Canada J Pilot Flight Commander driven 1
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;
Brampton and owned by J. C John C.
Model driven and owned by
Kistler 4 Eddie Baker
Mrs. Victoria Armstrong driven by Mrs. Martha My

Brampton Canada. ers owned by K A. Conway;
MORGAN HORSES (lady
:9 I Moon Shot driven and SUNDAY
class 51)) 1 My
riders) ( : owned by W. S. Garth.
Sweet Sue ridden by Mrs. EQUITATION SADDLE
owned by
Conrad O'Conner
SEAT (14 17 age group)
Mrs. Edward Poitras, Hollis- (Class 63) 1 Alene Rogers
far Mass; 2-Lippit Bob Ken
Miami; 2 Bettie Stevens j
puck ridden by Laurinda Ker- Bartow; 3 Kathy O'Brien I
shaw owned by Mrs. E. J. '
; 12-7 SOUTHGATE AND GROVE PARK
Kershaw. Ft. Lauderdale; 3- Beverly; :I |
Kane'i Spring Delight ridden Smith Miami
by Thomas White Jr., owned WESTERN PLEASURE

by Camelot Farms Ft. Lauderdale HORSE OPEN (class 6I j

Fla?: 4 Trophy's Bee Sting ridden by Mike SUNDAY ; -
A FRESH ARRAY
Winnie
ridden by -
Bracelet Kelly owned by Gene Kelly ,.r
Dooms owned by Hainlin Ft. Lauderdale; 2 Ser-Hy. I
Mill Farm Miami; S-R. R ONLY
ridden by Carol Chapman \
Robbie Bracelet ridden by owned by William H. Hawn OF PRINTS & PLAINS C '

Emelyn Mangels owned by Corpus Christ!, Tex., 3 Al
Uainlm Mills Farm, Miami. Marah Sea Lion ridden by '
SINGLE HARNESS PONY William Koslucher owned by '' IN PERCALE COTTON

(lady drivers) (class 52): 1- William Hawn, Corpus Christl,
Albelarm, lona B, driven by Tex.; 4 Easter Bobbie nd-
Mrs Alan Robson owned by den by Max Culpepper owned
Mr. and Mrs Alan Robson by Shirley Plckard Haines

Westchester, Pa.; 2-Marden City fla.; :9 I Captain U Z,
Fidelity, driven and owned by Over ridden by Linda Maxim I| 4 $1
Mrs Victoria Armstrong owned by Susan Maxim. yds.
Brampton Canada; Yankee ARABIAN PLEASURE
Doodle Sweet Amber driven HORSES (Class CS) 1 RifI I I
by Mrs. R C. Howard owned fon ridden by Diana Schwart-
by Shephard's Pony Farm man, owned by Devann I
Tampa, 4 Crystal Adore Farms, Burning Hills, III.; r ', Top "".Ii,,. If an belts \' w ,.,.. ; ._# 'GRANTMAID' SHEETS
driven by Mrs. Leonard Fran- 2 Keff Mac: ridden by Julie i I S thuo prfnN fr plaint

,chestin owned by Mrs. Victoria Monroe owned by R D.I I would, bo 49e ,,,. ..". ..__ tw. ,.
Armstrong! Brampton Woodward Jr.; :3 Kebu ., ...".. Now .t flrtiltrvlt F
Canada, 5-Pat Boone owned ridden by Wayne Hager. owned I .. <> ch.m. I f. m SALE-PRICED EVERY DAY
and driven by Miss Susan by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 1' ceMpleto ..Ie..i....
Snively, Winter Haven. Hager. Winter Haven; 4 CANNONHAND F "A
SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION Palque ridden and owned by 4
(Polk and surrounding Carol Chapman Goliad Tex.; 81x9972x108tttNS
I counties for age 13-17 horsemanship 5 Little Shebia ridden by ,. TOWELS !!nt quality
only) (class 53): 1- Susan Woodward, owned by pAn ,v cotton niusline
Molly Comm Tampa; 2- R. D. Woodward Jr. so
Louise Carlton Lakeland; 3- FIVE GAITED SADDLE I 9 e,4' n te's j Ni,,,', +,, The lewd l buy you Awe Sturdy 130 thread count $
4- /M ppA/ feet w,.itln| lor. Gal. ; 2 3
Kay Kummer. Lakeland; HORSES (junior and novice) d ,,,rte *' lab-tested for durability for
Michelle Sorrella, Lake Alfred; (Class 66)) 1 Glory Kala- 1 M 11 f tint, Lyend.bh 4 $1 Made for Crania leading
r for by
5-Bettie Stephens Bartow. rams ridden by Jim Rags- I r' Cannon o.uoli" In yovrfovorito '
PLEASURE HORSE OPEN dale owned by Mr. and Mrs.Charles A" {i 'b t1t 3i n' t colon.Reg. ; mill, they mmparowiththeflneaLsavenow

Hack Type (class 54): 1-Llp- Glenn Miami; 2 39e Ea. 81.108-1.99

pet Bob Kennuck ridden by Final i I Appeal, ridden by u'wgwt C \6a 'a 42 I 36" Cane _4Jc!
Lurlnda Kershaw, owned ,by Charles Smith owned by Ran-
Mrs. E. J. Kershaw. Ft. Lauderdale dolph Fanr. Clearwater; :3 -
; 2-Donna Jaunita Dancing Glory, ridden by Mar
derdale; 2-Donna Jaunita vin Lester, owned by Charles
ridden and owned by Mrs. Lu- Glenn St. Petersburg; 4 -
Beach; 3-Sugar and Spice StonewsH's Giant ridden by
ridden and owned by Susan Mr and Mrs. John Snively I
'tfyllys. Winter Haven: 4R.R. Jr., Winter Haven; :5 I Castle SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER
Robbie Bracelet ridden by Rock of Camelot, ridden j
Emelyn Mangels owned by by John S. Diehl owned by j




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"BLAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. 2. lilt

Citrus Board Seeks DirectorOf I

Elks Lodge Sets Student Contests I Polk In PerspectiveBy


t Lakeland Elks Lodge 1291 is the Elks National Foundation dents below t their senior level, Commercial DevelopmentBy
now accepting I applications In 1964 Most Valuable Student competition and who live within the jurisdlction 1 RONNIE STUARTPoIkSRD
__ In which 142 college of the Order of Elks
scholarships valued at more "Only superior students stand DAVE MATT of product development and,Hamilton recommendations for 'Cold War' Continues
Piano than $110.000 will be awardedto a chance in this tough competition Ledger Stan Writer testing, who has been oriented stiff positions and realignment
Service the winners which Is Intended to give Search for a commercial development -in commercial aspects of market .. "All things being equal I By RONNIE STUART
Ttl. 636-3314 The announcement via mad recognition and assistance to director- new staff promotion and who is. reponilve would prefer to use our own Ledger Staff Writer
by U S Shlpps, exalted ruler those with the talent but not the member recommended by Boot and sensitive to the people especially in new post BARTOW It'i beginning to. appear ai if the
DELBERT "AL" KNAPPAND of the Lakeland Lodge who said wherewithal to further their education Allen and Hamilton already needs of consumers and Is ac tlons of responsibility and then county commission It waging Its own "cold war"-
," Shlpps laid. with the technical aspects find out U they can fully meet
completed applications mutt be beginning, according: to HomerE quainted against the State Road Department
returned to the lodge no later Although boys and girls com- Hooka, general manager or Of market development the new responsibilities the For the second Urn in recent weeks, the SRD has
i ERNEST F. WILSON than Feb. 28. pete In separate divisions, the Florida( Citrus Commission.In and promotion CommUslon" will require of caused commissioner to get their dandruff up. Thus
awards are the tame for the them Hooks said
The
nationwide competitionwhich Hooks said he will find the
the Interim of Commission far the road builders have kept and have not
PIANO TKHNICUNS quiet
stresses acholsstl I winners! $1,800 for first place, director first by "examining He laid hiring of new person-
827 achievement, now in its 30th second: $1.400; third 1.300; approval of the consultants' recommendations people I know In the Industrywhom net and possible tntradepart- made any public statement confirming -
ELLERBE
WAY year .U open to all cltitens of fourth $1400; fifth, $1,100, and Hooks Said lies I think... qualified" He mental transfers of the current 4 or denying the charges hurled At
LAKELAND FLORIDA the United States who are high sixth place. $1.000 In addition, studying! the matter of finding said It would be a "real plus"If staff Is "not going to be done them by the commissioner:
school seniors or college atu- there are five awards of $900 a qualified person for the a qualified director could be all at once .. j Commission Chairman Wilmer Me1
-- each: 10 awards of $800 each; petition and" attested It as a:found In Florida "I think It would be most unlikely .' 1\A Cutcheon says the commissioners just
"real talk, "tome
and 50 awards of 1700 each. "Involving I Hooks said the these things would be ."' want a firm committment way or
that
Barring
TV Winners will be announced In soul The Marching commercial search would be carried on''done at once (but) carefully and 4t ); the other- o that they can lodge come
NANCE'S Serv& July at the 100th Crand, Lodge director would be paid development a salary through advertising or the .erv- 'cautiously In order to meet a I official protest or withdraw their com ,
Convention of Elks In New ong range objective rather than '" .
plaints altogether. ,1
1ft iIces of a professional place-
the $20,000 to $30,000 range "
-MOTOROLA- York City.Information. the Boa, Allen and Hamilton ment agency.No 'to fill an immediate vacancy ... '" "We are state officials representing

TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV concerning appll- report recommends. 'Shakeup' Planned y ,J the people of Polk County," McCutch.eon .
cations may be obtained from Although geographically pan said "and we're certainly not go-
Complete Line of Motorola school authorities at high schools Experience Needed Hooks said he Intends to I of North America Attu one of In
Home Entertainment Equipment In the and from In the Aleutian Islands, actually .Is STUART leg to be negligent. our representation -
area George According to Hooks, the per. avoid any major "shakeup" I ".
of the
102 W. UNION UKEIAND $2-4445 I H Borde Jr.. 122 S. KentuckyAve. I ton qualified for the job would 'the Commission organization in I located In the eastern hem I.- people. bodies
The latest hassle between the two erupted
.. In Lakeland. Shlpps said,1 be "experienced In all phases I order to fulfill Boos, Allen and ,I here.
because the SRD has not told commissioners_ whetheror
--- not the contract for the four-laning of U.S. 92 between -
Lake Alfred and Haines City will be let duringthe

SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M. LAKELAND current budget year. .. I
According to McC:ttcheon, the project is projected I
on the 1963-64 budget, and "this normally means the I
) contract will be let that year-If all of the right-of- I!
,
Ld I way is purchased.
DO
YOU NEEDSLWCOVERS. McCutcheon charged that the SRD has refused to
say that the contract will or will hot be let this year.
All of the required right-of-way has been purchasedby

? the Less commissioners than a month ago commissioners Charged

that the SRD has not repaid a $630.000 loan made by
r the county to the department In 1961. The money was

I 4(14j4( Take just a few minutes to read Ma s' fascinating story of flawless / used tween to the finance Hillsborough the four-laning County of line State and Road Mulberry 60 be-

officials have
McCutcheon stated department only
workmanship, extraordinary fabric selection; and low sale promised to answer the commissioners' letter concern

ing payment of the loan.
; prices! *
Photos Protested

I Apparently, Joel Lawrence Wilson who was Indicted -
for first degree murder in the claying of Earl

Set a beautiful story In motion the story of Moos' custom slipcovers C1tcc121aus' extras? R. Martin, does not like to have his photograph taken.

i\ from the first phone call to the final fitting In your home; a story of Last Wednesday after Wilson and Martin's widow -
, also indicted for murder had been arraigned before
'vast assortment superior quality, expert craftsmanship extra detail Circuit Judge William K. Love, photographers
ing and low prices; a story of refreshing transition from your old slip. Pick the perfect fabric In the Ideal setting, the comfort of your home were waiting outside the courthouse door for the' accused -

covers to stimulating new colors, patterns, fobrics! couple who were being escorted by Chief Crim-
a Sit back, relax, let Moos Brothers come to you inal Deputy J. E. DeReus and Deputy Frank Mock.

I Mock reported that after Wilson had been placedin
The fabrics ore exclusively ours"PANORAMA" the car, he requested to be freed for "just five minutes .
that I take of those ano&(1") ( *%
so can care
Just pick up your phone to shop at home Maas Brothers will come ti "
Is a fabulous assortment of combinations In completely newspapermen.
to you'! Choose the Ideal fabric right in the actual setting to be redecorated *
with' the help of our highly experienced representative! who coordinated prints and solids; to fit your every decorating whim College Survey Starts

offers skilled decorating advice and exciting Ideas. Tomorrow the state survey team will begin to
,, You get ate advantages of "r o otc 1'1 gOrQstain repe II er. the look at potential sites for the permanent location of

Invisible shield that repels' oil or water and resists soil the Polk Junior College During the next two days,
the eight-man team will look at six sites.

You'll see all the new colors In the new "PANORAMA" FABRICS, that, Slipcovers art tailored with the utmost skill. and care In the finest There is no telling how much feuding could be
are treated with the "Scotchgard finish them prevented if the team selects only one site as suitable
amazing making water, <
stain and oil resistant! workroom In the south for the spending of state funds on construction.This f
.1 I is not likely, though.
.1'f There's. no skimping on expensive details ... r we tailor. your sofa or \

chair with lavish) \' loving care'*JNjfaf ...*", : ,** : I Plane Deal told ,
No extra detail Is spared because Moos tokes pride In giving you the i', *., Speaking of Polk Junior College the institution's
fl "PANORAMA''BY RIVERDALE MEANS EVERYTHING BEAUTIFUL president Dr. F '1'. Lenfestey seems to be the type of I
.I extras. For Instance, we match all fabrics at the seams we allow man who will be close to the student body rather
FOR YOUR HOME? than the type who tends to remain aloof and uninterested
ample fabric to tuck-In at points of stress to Insure long wear; end in the students' activities.He .
told this story about his experiences at Pensa-
I finally, full skirts are carefully mode to complete the, meticulous tailor. average chair average sofa cola Junior College where he was employed before
being hired for the new post:
Ing When we're finished your slipcovers hove every deluxe detail you specially priced specially priced It seems that a group of students at Pensacolahad
decided to form a flying club. Their plan was to
sale! 28.0O sale :'0.00M.
could hope to find anywhere and, at remarkable savings! sell shares In order to raise enough money to buy an
t airplane. Their problem was that they did not have
enough stockholders to complete the purchase of the
... Draperies and Slipcovers

plane.They took theIr problem to Dr. Lenfestey, who
consented to purchasing a share, but the agreementwas
._ .. __.., ., ._....
---<""""' M' h *"" .G" "' he would sell his stock as soon ai a student buyer
could be found.
Dr. Lenfestey eventually sold his share. However,
he now lists flying as one of his number one hobbies,
and when he moved to Polk County, he sold his sharein
a plane he had purchased with the president of
Pensacola.
*

Polk In Mind

Something to think about: Is It possible that the
writers for Mad Magazine had Polk County in mind
when they published a' cartoon episode featuring
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i;: J New Salvation Army



.. .De 'tdit
Leader To Be WelcomedMajor


and Mrs. E. Harold Ings were reassigned to their
Perking of The Salvation Army hometown of Orlando where the
will be welcomed back to Florida present Corp. building was
and a new post here at serv erected under t'.eir administration
ices this morning and tonight at Before going to Miami
The Salvation Army Citadel on they served for a year and a
Massachusetts Avenue half as commanders of the
Ma]. Ferklng has returned to Army in Tampa.
take command of The Salvation The Ferkings arrived in Lakeland
Army in Polk County after a this week with two of their
two-year assignment In Atlanta. children. Edward Harold Jr, 15.
There he served on the staff of and Sharon Lynn 10. Donna
tl the school for officers' training Jean 24, has remained In Atlanta
?w# i + as general secretary and men'i. as a teacher at the Walter

Only Moos Brothers can offer you this sensational sale of famous "r chief aide officer. George High School.
; f Colonel and Mrs Gus Stephanof
t Malone foam rubber bedding sets! Exclusively ours CL1MATIZED Sebrlng, retired field secretary -
Auto
Dealer
+ to stay odor and mildew free (Ideal bedding for Florida climate) plus of the Army southern territory -
will conduct the welcome
,;' the extra-smooth surface of foam rubber best of all excellent service for the Ferklngt, scheduled -Named To Post

quality bedding at big savings! Buy now save now sleep on "', for II o'clock this morning
/. ...... and 7:30: o'clock tonight.
!
superb-comfort bedding On Milk Board
t. ,
.
y : .. 21-Year Mark Near

," Maj. and Mrs. Ferking will TALLAHASSEE (AP) A
complete 25 years of service at Jacksonville automobile dealer
officers in The Salvation ArmyIn
has been
appointed as a consumer
twin-size firm foam rubber net extra-firm 6" twin foam rubber set hat> June.been Most spent of in Florida.their careen Maj. Milk Commission member of the Florida

compare at 99.95 s compare at 11995 Ferking's mOlt recent commandwas Gov. Farrls
of Miami and Dade Bryant appointed
sale! 69.95 sale! 89.95Double where he served four years County Just board E. Robert Langley Sr., to the
Thursday.
prior to going to Atlanta.
(Double size set 89,95)x) ( size set. 109.95)) Both the Ferklngs attended The retreat commission from Its controversial Is expectedto

elementary school In Orlando retail
price regulations and may
and Ma). Ferklng went to Rol drop the price of milk at the
line College in Winter Park. producer level
at Its March
i Maas' Bedding Maj. and Mrs Ferking attended meeting

NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY ifficers in 19U training and then school were In Orlando appointed -- Langley since a 1J28.Jacksonville replaced Mrs.resident 1-

1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE- for two to West Palm Beach I Charlotte Tomlinson who resigned -
years. : as one of the three consumer -
After serving In Bridenton : members on the five-
I and Columbia, S. C., the Ferk j'member board.



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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Feb t, MI 7-B'. .



" Airman, Home For Visit, Tells Of Viet Nam SituationHitch LAST CALL!



hiking ta a m.jor good lIe of It by hitchhiking caught an empty Air Force along the runways of that If food were the criterion for

means of travel fot'the Amerfrom Tokyo, $apsn, to an Air tanker at his home base In Tokyo "safe" air base, in defiance of picking a home base, Harper PATENT-SU EDE-CALFSKIN
lea tervlctm.IJ, and Wilson Foree Base In Nebraska and rode all the way backto the major' remark
M. Bill would pick Tokyo, because, he
( ) Harper III made Airman First dan Harper the States for a abort visit
Village Burned
with his parents Mr and Mn .said Japanese. food Is "very
W. M Harper of the Dade City In the early days of the Un- good" He said he could not
filet In Viet Nam. Harper taid.
Highway eat the food of Viet Nam
'T airmen or
were allowed to ride
a From Nebraska to Orlando on the helicopters on trips Thailand. The latter he laid, $3 $7
Harper flew by commercial over the Jungle In search of ll very highly spiced. .

Jet to home spend hit two week leaveat fight the Viet Harper Cong On remembered one tuch Japanese Friendly h

Fighting kaewa seeing a village In smoke the Harper spoke of the anil-
aftermath of a strike by the U.S. demonstrations at the airbase
I Ii
n'e! Harper, who entered the Viet Cong in Tokyo and said that 4 Values to $21.95 -
service in 1MO, recalled four
Harper's trip back to the they were brought on mostlyby
months that he spent to South States allowed him 20 hours In the fact that the U.S la -n--
Viet Nam In photo interpretation Hawaii while the plant' crew moving Jet fighters Into the s
i in the action against the rested. He also made stops on bases near Tokyo. He said 20 "ft.
,
Communist Viet Cong forces. Wake Island and Guam. however, that the demonstrators Rt9OS9S&s
"t saw enough to know that Although based near Tokyo were hired and paid dally PALIZZIOS !

! there Is righting and killing goIng Harper has been tent on mil- by "certain parties" in Tokyo.
en in Viet Nam," Harper Ions to Thailand and South But the airman said that he
I II said. He noted that hit Job Viet Nam.ACL's, felt the Japanese people were
I kept him behind the lines whileIn very friendly to the U.S. serve WILSON M. (BILL) HARPER III
Viet Nam, but he said there icemen lie added that he had Open
Is really no safe place In VietNam Income made tripe into the country. EEL Friday

Increase Noted aide and there the Japanesewere military plane on a "space 1 Night
Harper recalled an Instance most friendly. available" system, that meant &

when a South Viet Nam Air JACKSONVILLE (APAtlantic "When you do get a dirty just that-if a plane Is going
I* Force major commented on Coast Line railroad's net In- look from an older Japanese, the right direction and hat

; ; the radio, that a certain airbase come Increased 7.S per cent last you can almost bet he wet In space for him to ride he it BENFORD'S BOOTERYDOWNTOWN
In South Viet Nam wat year World War II," he said allowed to hitch.hike.

at safe a i any place from President W. Thomas Rice reported Harper hopes to get back to Harper said that this will be
ralda by the Viet Cong guerrillas. 1963 net Income was SIS,- Tokyo the tame way he got hit last trip home until March
.The next day, Harper said, 427,000 and operating revenue home, by hitchhiking In the of 19S5, when he comet hometo
Viet Cong flags were flying was SI77.726.ooo, up 3.1 per cent. service, men can travel by stay
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Recreation ( (cm .

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Headliners) _
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you must see and hear this ,

By BILLY L. KENDALL 'Organ' Moods.

Recreation Supervisor All Sunday Musicals are frees outstanding value

On Friday night the Keyette. and the public Is cordially Inn .

of Lakeland Senior High tilt vlted to attend.Women's .

Lakeland Youth Advlaory Board' Exercise Program "
and R.dloVONN will kick or r ; rt jet beautifully/ styled/ : and:
will
Registration begin tomorrow -
Twlrp Season with a bit Start
r rama. It will be at the New t horning at 8:30: at the Recreation .L finished
Civic Center from 9 o'clock un. Center for all adult t : spinet piano
tit midnight. women who wish to participatein _-
the newly started "Shape Up ue
One of the featured trtliti
I with Exercise Program" Reg _
will be the Ardelli ..
doing a
titration I II very important .t
lute to the singing sensations 01;
this hour at are measured
England The Beetles The Ar i and weighed you to that at the end only 399

dells' show has been acclaimed of the program you may see t L "::1
a* one of the bMest programiever I
your progress. Registration will
to be prertited In Miami also be Friday morning at 9:30
As band the Ardellt
a need no I
Introduction to Lakeland but you o'clock. rr Of course you can pay more for a piano I:
will have to hear them at the The d....., taught by Mrs N 1 but you can't get more piano quality and value
; Blllle Snow from Tampa, will \i
American them. The Beetles American to really Beetles know I be held twice a week Monday ; ot this low, low price of only $399! A beoutl

will leave Miami this week on I and Friday at the Recreation N" '' t t''C'' '" ful walnut finished" Instrument with fast repe*

a statewide tour. Center beginning Feb. 14 "' titian action from a full 88 note keyboard, and
A fee of S6 will be charged and
Two bands will alto be the ___ manufacturer'. Traditional
on t is payable at the beginning of v ;rr ,sta a 15-year warranty.
how. -F '- --' '""" finish $499 Traditional
the classes .: mahogany ,

Tickets Recreation go on tale Center at the (Lakeland Teen.I Participants should wear loose r J walnut finish $519, Traditional cherry"

Midway), beginning tomorrow' fitting shorts, swim suits, or r finish $539. French provincial' finish In

for '!1.25 stag and 2.00 drag lights. They should bring a fruitwood $599. Matching benches" also
blanket or a beach towel to
Tickets will go on tale at the! available.
spread On the floor.
door at 8.30 o'clock Friday night > I
for Jl50 stag and $2.50 drag New ProgramThe

Junior High Parka and Recreation Department
will offer beginning
Two dance
content
were con
Feb 12, a class In IIfllnn.rt'Iqllare
ducted at the last Junior High TRADITIONAL FRENCH PROVINCIAL
dance. First was a .'SlowD.nce" dance for.adults The __ ,.,.. "'''' .I.If
classes will meet from t until '
M'2-
contest won by Donnie : .
10 p.m. at the Recreation Cen- .;
Godbold and Steve Benton. Next
was a "Mess Around" contest ter. _
won by Glenda Harrelson and The classes will be In a seriesof
Cecil Thomas Second place 15 lessont. A nominal fee
was Jan Matchett and Howard will be charged each couple.

Johnson Each was awarded Advisory Board '
free AII-American Dinner courtesy _
The Lakeland Youth Advisory
of MacDonalds. f
Board will hold Its monthly I _
The Recreation Center will i '
meeting at the Recreation Center iota price! iij
be from 7:30 to 10 o'clock
open 6:30 p,m. Tuesday. All old j I j
Saturday night for Junior High !
floor models and demonstrators
members are urged to be pr.lent .,
only. Y
a a x p
as evaluations will be
given of the light. j ..rretMt.aswl
Recreation Club
Three new members to the j ,,
i "
The Lakeland Recreation Club board are Marlon Helm, Linda 1 weight I
,
began a new system of operation Kllgore, and Eddie Brewer. The '! w r j i t

thli past week with an est will be given again Feb. 12at Eureka \ .. b .
eight-member Advisory Board. the Recreation Center. All *VfcAUvceather
The board met Thursday to Interested persons are asked to vacuum cleaner ,

plan the month's program. Next come by the Center to pick up s 1 r
.
Thursday a movie will be shown study material. !\. .. ,I IiJ

to the club immediately after Recreation Schedule 24.9.? ,,' ,,_ _.... _< .. .. ,
lunch' Th. Feb. 11 meetingwill t
be a Valentine Party, with MONDAY Women't exercise r Floor temples and demonstrators !

entertainment Immediately after class registration 9 30 a.m., ; of the famous' .. y

lunch. The Feb. 20 meetingwill Recreation Center; teen activities Eureka lightweight vac f ,, L vsxw hK a.a ....' j 1 t..
be dedicated to dancingand 35pm., Recreation Center ), uum cleaner ALL
card playing. On Feb 27 ; intermediate. bridge 7:30p.m. : FULLY GUARANTEED! 'j 'a'
.
a community ting period will Recreation Center. Weighs only 7-pound, +h'', : ,ra __ ....... .... -...........-
be held after lunch. TUESDAY Teen activities hos disposable dust bog
Starting Thursday at I'30 a.m SoS p.m., Recreation Center; and extra-powerful suc-
Instructions will be given In youth board meeting, I:30 p.m., for
tion
cleaning.
super ,
'ballroom dancing Later in Recreation Cenler.WEDNESDAY .

tractions will be offered In Intermediate ....__. heatlttfi and cnaUnfj anus the
quart dancing and round dance bridge, 10 a.m", Recreation /
Center; teen activities, 3.5 p.m,
ing.The club would like to extend Recreation Center. Friedrich Twin Temp Revere Cycle Air Conditioner
to all elderly citizens and eld THURSDAY'Recreation II i

erly visitors to Lakeland an Invitation Club 1:30: a.m., Recreation Center ,
to attend next Thursday ; teen activities, 3.5 p.m., I I sIi '
.t Recreation Center. Ac Recreation Center. Ii
tivltiea'begin at 1:30: a.m. and FRIDAY Women's exercise Ii II If j Enjoy the finest air conditioner your money can buy the Friedrich More
Include and cards. .a I
dancing Bring las* registration, ':30 am, than other air conditioner of its size and for
a snack lunch. A fee of 10 cents t .. ... power any heating cooling
Recreation Center: teen activist -
Is charged to cover the expense : ', "e'' comfort the silent economical air conditioner with
year-round most running
of serving coffee during lunch. 35 p.m., Recreation Center ---.p. I ..,..... ,
Twirl Stararama,
Sunday Musicals t-12 p Twirp.m., New Civic Center. t t'1,. a completely sealed refrigeration system guaranteed for 5 years.

The Parks and Recreation SATURDAY Beginners baton -
6-9 of 10:30 a.m., f -.r\> ''!
Department will begin Its Ie- years age ;
rles of Sunday Musicals this Recreation Center: air rifle, 11a.m. I Ifi
"1
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the city ., Recreation Center; beginners ,%, ?. y'-. ; !
auditorium. baton 10-12. years of age, 1
Featured this week wilt be a 11:30: ) a.m., Recreation Center; t 1 PHONE THE MAAS STORE NEAREST YOU, FOR ONE OF OUR TRAINED AIR CONDITIONING -

variety program presented by Intermediate baton, 12:30 p,m., J a
o SALESMEN HE WILL SURVEY AND MAKE AN AIR CONDITIONING
the Lakeland School of Music. Recreation Center; Junior high ; ,
Next week the Department only. 7:30: p,m. 10 p.m., Recreation RECOMMENDATION FOR YOUR HOME.

will present a program Center.
.
by the Polk County -- .
the Hammond Organ Planned.. DAMROSCH'S OPERAS Maas' Appliances
featuring organist ROM Walter Damrosch: wrote four
cil. operas: "The Scarlet Letter" NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY!
Stancll has selected a variety "Cyrano de Bergerac" "The
program Including selections: Man Without a Country" and 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MOREe
from his newest record album "The Opera Cloak." I



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111-8. '. LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday. Feb. 2, 1M4 1

SINUS SUFFERERS. '

t SUPER COLD TRY OUR CAPSULES 'I New Anti-Religion Drive Feared In Russiawho I I; Let's Play Bridge. :!

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t T. With grin .Fort Inarodltnts Relit I By REINHOLD ENSZ followed by a period of relative'readers of Kommunist are told harmful at all times, and it Is profess faith in the variety By ALAN TRUSCOTT IrmaaaaBat
N. Stomach I/pool. MOSCOW (AP)-A new ener- Inactivity. that war on religion is an "urg- especially Impermissible whenwe of religions that persist here. In Director Soma North player
getic drive against religion appears The start of a possible boom ent Ideological task" consider the Ideological education -the central Asian regions, IslamIs By JOHN M. TAYLOR, spade
12 Capsules 98c to be developing In the Is signaled in Kommunist. the "We cannot and do not have of millions of people." Is still a powerful force, almost Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club' executed a misguided eatery
,Soviet Union. party's chief Ideological journal.It the right," Ilylchev writes "to The Soviet Union has about too powerful to tackle. In the NORTH play by cashing the A-Q of
FLORIDA PHARMACY Ever since the 1917 takeover circulates mostly among the wait until surviving elements (of 220 million people. The Russian Baltic states there I II the well- .-K 8 52 clubs and leading the ace and
911 N. Ma. A"e.Lokolond. I the Communists have been following -party' elite the decision religion) disappear by themselves -Orthodox Church claims 50 million -established Lutheran Church. .-A8 a small diamond. West won
".. boom-and-bust policyconcerning i makers. under the influence of of these are still In its And in the big cities and else- .- his king and returned a heart
I(I religion A period of In an article by party propaganda -our practical successes. spiritual fold. where there are the Jew, the "V-AQ North returned to dummy with
C ---- --- great antlrellgioui. agitation Is expert, Leonid Ilylchev._ Tho..policy of laissez.' _fair.Is I There are millions of othersI Baptists, the Seventh-day Ad WEST EAST a diamond and was lucky
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venUEs and Jehovah' Witnesses A-A94 -QJ Ion enough to get the club split
.-J105 V-K'8JK87)
but he couldn't return to his
r! Small Groups Target .- .-4.V1074 hand to cash the good dia
*-J82 monde He got 5 clubs but
In recent much of the SOUTH
year
with
only 2 diamond to go
antireligious propaganda has *-6 '
I his two tricks' in the majors.
NouuiLIJUY been aimed especially at the VQ741The
small groups such a* the Jeho- .- Result UnanimousThe
vah' Witnesses, who actively "-KIIU;; 'result was unanimous:
promote nonobedlence to the The. above hand from a re- the poor player did well because '
state. cent masterpoint game In their partner were cou
Because It dutifully repeats Lakeland Is interesting in that rageous bidders: the good
he "peace" propaganda of the those N-S teams that bid a players suffered because their
'Kremlin the Russian Orthodox 3NT game made only nine partners were timid bidder
(Church has been relatively exempt tricks but those teams that The moral: bridge 1 II a partnership -
But Ilyhichev Indicate settled for a 2NT contract game
this special status Is being ecru made ten tricks. The Lakeland '.masterpolnt
tinlzed. The hand was played 12 game was a "tale of two cl-
"Religion under all conditions times Each time North opened tie." The winning teams were
remains antiscientific an idea ID and rebid 2NT. Six Doug Han of Lakeland playing .
logy which is hostile to com times-cither due to Easts' with Robert Thornhlll of
Imunl.m." he said. non-vulnerable overcall of IS Winter Pavers and Mrs. H. O.
or to South'"s lack of torso'Bence Morris of Winter Haven coupled
In his 5 points-North with O. O. Feaster of
State GeologistWill played at the 2 NT level. All ( Lakeland.
declarers made the proper Continuous series will
L game
v SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 15th
play on the hand after getting be played tonight and net
Address a spade lead from East. Both Sunday in Lakeland. A Spring

1 ALL NEW ALL NYLON All POPULAR SIZES! Mining Engineers spade East West continued queen and North win the spades let first Easfi trick.West Tuesday"best Series 4 starts out night.of In 6"Lakeland It series will,be ylth this a

I won with the ace and returned limited partnerships and will
Dr. Robert O. Vernon state a spade to establish exclude masterpoint game.
,geologist will speak tomorrow the suit for the defense. At The aeries will carry trophy
night at a meeting of the Florida this point the success of th, awards There will be a mar
fij L'\\ MILLER COMMODORE I Section of the Society of Min hand depended on West having terpolnt game In Bartow. on l
\ ing Engineers at the Cadet Restaurant the diamond king, depriving Thursday nightNuclear
I f i I I beginning at 7 o'clock East of the lead till North !
following a social hour beginning had set up Ms minor suits. ,
at 6:30.: North cashed Ms ace and
I --- ALL SIZES Dr. Vernon, who received his queen of clubs and led a low. SubIs
-- doctorate from Louisiana State diamond to the dummy's ten,
lIfE11ME R $ 9 5 University will talk on the Launched
I r.. ON I"Cross State Barge Canal from Had No Choice
the Geologist's Viewpoint. i West had no choice but to GROTON. Conn. (AP) The
/ SALE Dr. Vernon has been with the win his diamond honor and Polaris missile firing submarine
Florida Geological Survey since return a heart. Since the clubs Caslmlr I I Pulaskl was
11938 and has been director since split 3.3 and the diamonds fur launched today near the spot
nished transportation for the where the nation's underwater
I TUBELESS The chairman of the Florida N-S hands, the defense was nuclear fleet was born 10 year
Section, U. K. Custred of American held to 3 tricks. and 11 day ago.
SIZE BLACK WHITE Cyanamid Co., will Intro- The 6 declarers In the 3NT Mrs. John A. GronousM* wife ,
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WORRY CLINIC LAKELAND.LEDGER. Sunday Feb. 2. 1N4 .LEIII
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I T:; $1,000 In Bible


TheStars Found Years LaterCASE


t jj R-172 Clifton Hindi- eral others that ha used be.

As t man has taught a Bible Class cause he had notes written on
for at India.
many years
the pages and thus felt more
napolis.
familiar with them.
And one of his most effec-
ImpelBy tive lesions Mr. Klrschman then drawl
Is entitled a superb moral from this true

"Stingy Receivers case
Carroll Righter "Our pioneer ancestors" he

We are all adds, "often sacrificed their
c familiar with entire wealth to live us those
freedoms Incorporated in the
stingy givers
M
U.S. Constitution.
But Mr.
---- Hirschmantells "Many of the rich men who
Sunday, Feb. 2, 1H4 too. Take pride In your pos the storyof signed the Declaration of Independence
GENERAL TENDENCIES sessions. a Bishop at thus lost their entire
A highly Important day for who1performed fortunes In the cause of
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Cleveland
freedom and died
whatever has to do with com a as poor
If you Improve wardrobe, appearance DR. CRANE men.
ing to a much better understanding you find you can wedding ceremony "Yet we are often stingy re
with all allies and acquire what you most want for the son of a wealthy ceivers. We fail to analyze
colleagues. Sit down and talk or need In easier fashion citizen of that city. those sacred heritages
F out any moot questions and Smile more. Be more specificIn It was a big affair with "Like the Bishop who never
let all sea you are willing to stating what you have in several other clergymen taking looked Inside his white Bible,
give them the benefit of the mind part but this Bishop was we thus Ignore the gifts that
doubt. Investigate whateveryou SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. : the key figure. our ancestors thought we'd receive
have not known era this 21) If you adopt a friendlyand I So the father of ,'the new with gladness and cher-
ARIES (March ::i to April confiding ittitude toward bridegroom presented the ish for all future) generations.
19) Exchanging views with others, you get the Information Bishop with a beautiful white "Stingy receivers are maybe
others amicabl:' la best wayto you desire.. Later sea Bible as an evidence of hit worse than stingy givers!"
spend this. A.M, Sign any that your abode exudes charm, appreciation.But You talented clergymen can
new contracts that are necessary resifulness Ba happy. he didn't tell the Bishop expand this thought Into avery
bind others orally. A SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to that he had previously Inserted Inspiring sermon, for Clifton WinD FOR SIGHT, SOUND Chi.... Heck Hwk con.tf .
whole new world of happiness Dec, 21) By getting In touch two $500 bills within the Hirschman la all too cor Stanley Miklt h wired in kH I.ht and .."... In MFlr. r.n4n
can be yours.TAURUS with friends in all walks of Bible I rect.Most let It... Miklta," an issil.Ie.k et kit U.|u.. *.*.... *.. feehcclioy
(April 20 to May life you now get your finest! This occurred back In the of us can't recite two and the krcwllnf, light.ing-Paced! n..r.-'l.yln( Hwki. em
20) Happiness comes from personal desires Be very social depression years when U.000 paragraphs from either that "The Tw..tleth Century" H.l.". <-,110 a.m* es the CIS Tl.
work today, if you plan your Step out tonight to some was worth double that amount great Declaration of Independence viilon Norwurk.OrJtr .
labors wisely and carry elaborate affair.CAPRICORN today or the U.s. Constitution)

through methodically. Courtesy (Dec. 22 to The Bishop graciously! re-
with co-workers brings Jan. 20) Important persons ceived the Bible, not realizingit

f LAKILAND FAVORITE This krtrph talon .t the fine response. Take time to now appreciate your Ideas and held any money Inside. 'RiSer-wed ''Sall, 'l.r 'GASPAIIUA PIRAT! INVASION and'rAIt'ADtOrand.tallcl '
Moolmortro" Hota4 In Mioml ....k skows Terri Cmflor, right, relax with good friends in will help you to put them *

L....'.n.'. Fovorito Girl, with foul ,....'Iu. daring .... visit hr. P.M. across Spare no effort In Improving BUT AFTER 17 years had -BAYSHORE BLVD. $2.00 Mail" your order to
In connoertoii with tko Unoli *f the contort to An. PUHdo'i fovor. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) credit vocational outlets passed, the donor of the Bible Greater t Tampa Chamber
It* Girl during the ..*r)4) *_i... or "114...'. Favw it* $,.*," .t... Your special talents can be Follow your hunches. met the Bishop at a banquet. Reserved Chairs-BAYSHORE. $2.SO *f Commerce
ring Reck Hudson ... *...I. ,....tlu. Tho m..l. h now showing .t put to proper use today by AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb "Bishop," he said "I have Reserved Chain-FRANKLIN STREET $2.00 P.O. Box 420 e Tampa, Florida
the folk Thoolor. contacting key people. Show 19) Fine opportunity to gel often wondered what you did
that you are highly creative. Into some interesting and with that $1,DIM which I placedIn
After a satisfying day. evening lucrative outlet today. Others the white Bible I
gave you
Will Be is Ideal! for son of recreation
Rogero Joint SessionOf like. appreciate your talents Make at my son's marriage.
you the most of the good will now
"Did you apply It on unpaid
Tried In Tampa I MOON CHILDREN (June extended to you. bills or Invest It or what?
Boards
Set 22 to July 21) Making Improvements PISCES (Feb. 20 to March You never mentioned it afterwards .
On Tax Charge I around your home 20) It Is important that you be so It has Intrigued my .v Tampa'SBspBrilla
At Eagle LakeEAGLE or Increasing harmony there very exact in work or dealings curlositv"
JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The relatively easy now. Seek to with others Not a good day to The Bishop looked startled
Income tax evasion trial of for- have more comfort around be dependent. See that book. and ihocked s
mer State Road Board member ing of the LAKE-A Eagle Lake Joint Board meet of you as well as. beauty Be keeping records are In order "Come along with me in my
down
practical to-eanh.
Albert L. Rogero of Clearwater Adjustment and the Planning Romance fine tonight.IF car and I'll run out to my '
has been assigned to federal Board is set for tomorrow nightat LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) YOUR CHILD IS BORN home," he said. I

court In Tampa. 7:30: at town hall The meet I If you are more cooperativewith TODAY there is every When they arrived there, the I
Rogero's attorney, Harry Ml ing is to organize the board of those around you you opportunity to get ahead fast Bishop led his guest into his
chaels, argued unsuccessfully In adjustment, which was appointed find you get excellent results In the world because of a study and there on the top
U.S. District Court Friday that by the Town Council. I now. Get the information fascinating personality all his, shelf was a row of Bibles
I the trial should be held in Jacksonville Also on tha agenda is a plan you require from the right or her, own which this child Quickly the Bishop lifted out
The trial date was not to change the meetings of the source Show others you have possesses Early teach to have the white Bible and thumbed
Planning Board from the first ability. the finest manners, be Interested through Its pages.
setRogero Is charged with underStating Monday of each month to a, VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. in art, social niceties, There he found those two
his Income In 1958, 1937 time more convenient for all 22)) If you get monetary affairs etc Design and color are the $500 bills\ .lnvBion
and 19SS by 1290,9:4 He also Is members. In better order, you will things In which your progeny They had lain (allow for 17 irate
Charged with undetitating and The group will also discuss a then be able to get greater will excel glva an education )leal'll! \
underpaying his tax for those clean-up and beautification\ program amount of credit. Make neeesiary slanted along these lines, And all\ because the Bishop A
years repairs to property. prefersbly. had never opened his new .
1 white Bible, for he had sev._ .

..... .. _Jo t nand
r 'r. .* I ;., .. ,.- .... a .,\ t AnnouncerMoving ._ I %

Lot's More in' '6 4i ( meet with
SEE HURRICANE HELL DRIVERS In women's handiwork 'In all new Up J'I .

eight big shows Fob. 4 thru 9. A thrill- sottingi. Exciting! t

o-mlnut os drivers narrowly! miss SEI BIO CAR CHAMPIONSHIPAUTO TelevisionBy
To
AA death at high speeds right before RACES, February 3, 8, 9, 12 N high adventuret
your eyei. Grandstand seals on ale and 15 Enjoy yourself on Royal
now. Americana giant midway. .SEE BOB THOMASAP t
Quarter Hon Show.. State and Movle-Televlslon Writer -
SEI JERRY MURAD'S HARMON County Exhibits. Champion Dairy HOLLYWOOD -Almost any --- -- 1= 1 in Tamp -
CATS perform bofween thrill show and Beef Shows and taltl. Fat morning Bob Crane can be see +
act. Pills the PORTER WAGONER Stock Show... Poultry and Rabbit lashing across the Intersection :
f fbring
SHOW. Grandstand teats on sale Showi. of Sunset and Gower, en route -, and
3 now. from one job to another
SEI BIO TIME CHAMPIONSHIPRODEO.
From 6 to 10 a.m. he operates -
; SEE FLORIDA INTERNATIONALCENTER It'i the wildest show In the one of the most talkec
A with spectacular displays Wilt I Tommy Slamar't RCA Rod.o bout Hollywood radio shows, a ;_
from France, Italy Finland Japan with Champion cowboys riding forth combination of music Interviews :
your
and Belgium. So. 18th annual Florida big money. Rough! Taught! Eight and wacklness on the CBS
Electrical Expoulion... International big shows Fob. 1015. Grandstand station, KNX. I
$. Orchid Show., American Hibiscus, seats on sal now I Then he races to Screen Gems
Show..Juried Art Exhibition, plus SEE STONEY BURKE IN PERSON. to assume his role ss Dr. Dave camera !
special exhibit of 20 original Audu- JACK LORD will star at each rodeo Kelsey on "The Donna Reed I
t .r, ban engravings of Florida birds and performance In person-plus the Show." This season he became N//F
onlmali. $EI ALL NEW WOMEN'S Fronliorimon. Be sure to reserve a regular on the telvislon conv : ..,'It
WORLD..a display of fashions grandstand tickets early I edy. I
Ne Limit Set '
1 At high noon en February 10 you'll
He Isn't limiting himself Coming -

up: movies for Jerry Lewis J witness the only Pirate) Invasion In the world.
and Walt Disney, j I

_-__.- .. Bob started ss a drummer In I Ihim / / ,./ ,4 and the gayest I Cannons will boom and cutla....
T.-----: home town Stamford, Conn. 1 1 t
r t Always the clown, he moved ufr flash in the Florida sun as the full-rigged
OPENS FEB. 4, J Ji IN into radio in Bridgeport. He I
was' hoping to hit the big timein pirate ship, Jose Gaspar, sails into Tampa Harbor
If' ( New York, but the call came

r& jL[ \, from Crane the West KNX Coast.show soon attracted crammed to the rigging with Jack-booted

I a vast and loyal follow- buccaneers SPECTACULAR
l : i.. l' ng. For eight years he has been
firing wild and sometimes pointed .
< .;", .J < *4# \ '\ questions at celebrities, and
,. .**> most of them love It. Defenses crumble, the Pirates land and triumphal Parade of

c: Few Exceptions the Pirates follows Immediately-60 gorgeous floats, dozensof
"There have been exceptions.
but very few," Crane said. high-stepping bands, glamour' girls, and pirates and
,
'
"H'",*'
"Once I started tossing quips at
f4 I ( Shelley Berman and he got more more pirates I It's the number one spectacle parade
4y. and more incensed. Finally during -
"" .. a commercial, he exploded In the nation! Unique In American pageantry I
'1 didn't come here to be a
_...
{straight man,' and walked out.
,
I "On the other hand, a star
w .. like Bette Davis will be off and In Impressive ceremony, the city

running from the moment we a surrenders In front of the grandstandat
start talking. Another great one

'4Lw-- was Jonathan Winters He held the Florida Stale Fair I
; rj back the first time he was on
because he didn't realize how
far I went. Then he asked to
ftO j 1 hi y 1r come back again and he was out
/ ga s S "
< of this world. Championship

Theater Roles Sought RCA l

Although radio paid him sn
estimated (70,000 a year, Crane
was not content. He sought com-
::
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.
;, '. t < u' t' edy leads In little theater plays AUTO RACES &
:....;:,..: ,. 1 and drew good reviews He was F"h. f. e, *, 11, sad t.Hnrl. .
ready when the call came for ...* Hll, Drivers tab .., Ill. tOots
an important role In a "Dick wilts the Mrmiltttntf with .Infcnlitf,.....- .. t....
Van Dyke Show." That led to the to Kit TV isle .f
PIRATE INVASIONAND Reed Show ,.rt.r Winr Skew. STONIY SUSKII ,
Far all ticket Information, call Tampa GASPARILLA the "The Donna .
---- ---
228-7112.,254-5111. For free ticket !-" WHO'S YOUR
PARADE FEBRUARY 10 t
order farm, write Florida State Fair 1'[ BEST SALESMAN SEE IT ALL IN TAMPA !

(TICKETS), p. O. Box 1231, Tampa. See the/ parade from a seat In the grandtlandt ) I AM I


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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday Feb 2, 1H4 .
.rwn. AUNT FRITZI
WHATS A

WE IRMA TO WANTS SO TO NO SHE WHAT YOU SAY DID TANTRUMPrCKYD ,
'Tom Jones' Flavor SAYS
Captures THE MOVIES NOAAhnvtR I SHOULD
I' J WITH HER TRY ?



;: Of England In Earlier Days



All the good humor and robust phony orchestra which supplies In an Inn on the road to London him in the end as Indomlnab

lusty fun which have made (the background, himself. The Is played by Joyce Redman proof that virtue triumphs Is
Henry Fielding celebrated film Is a Woodfall Production while the highborn adven- played by Susannah York. Y

novel of life, liberty and the Because it retains Its 18th turess with the same Idea In The screen treatment of "ToJones" I
pursuit of ladies in Somerset, Century flavor despite the encroachments mind, the worldly Lady Bella _
England, In the mellow 18th of "modernity," lIon, Is 'played by Joan Greenwood Is by John Osborne beet FKnK 7MEVAILfr
Century an enduring favorite, the green meadow country of known for his plays 'Look Bac AnYIMMfR'Au I hfMfSMGEi,4CNIS7Yf U/ANpRezArtD
114? CLYAk1M'Ncte R Af8
M CaPAWA 77LN1'
come to the screen in the Dorsetshire In south western But Sophie Western who wins in Anger" and Luther WAMEOl6ACA'R pYfi p ntl nr7M f5CAYf A + I SKULL 7N DME',
United Artists-Lopert Eastman- England was selected as the rlA w'I
color release "Tom Jones," "location" for the filming of LlOVGOI. KtLONi
which opens soon at the Grove "Tom Jones."
Theater. This was especially suited for

The comedy stars England the shooting of a hunting sequence .
I.
Albert Fleecy as Tom, and supports which was shot on the I r 'ACG
him with such players as 2.500 acre estate of the Earl of III !
Susannah York, Hugh Griffith llchester at Melbury Down in
Arty, itOitT'0
Edith Evans, Joan Greenwood Dorset. iI
Diane Cllenio George Devine Women oi tar

and David Tomlmson The role of Molly the game I
Musical Background"Tom keeper daughter who appeared
Jones" was produced to be somewhat more than game Ali
and directed by Tony Richardson in the book is played by Diane
with music by John Addison Cilento "Mrs Waters," who attempts -

who conducted the sym: an adventure with him: i


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GROVE-Starts Thursday, 'Move Over Darling,' with Doris
Day, James Garner and Polly Bergen 1 1l

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YER CAN NEVER FATHOM TAKE FLORBIK,FOR INSTANCE6HELIKE6ME -
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WOMAN.CHALICE..
T' fi n.r i

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POLK Coming soon, 'The Victors' with Vincent Edwards
Elbert Finney George Hamilton, George Peppard and Ell .
Wallach
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With few exceptions, radio
: I I w e a.a IMwerrwyM y jyl
broadcasting stations east of 1 :

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tified with call letters begin- xLAKELAND

Sf' ning with W and those west of "
I : the Mississippi with the initialK. DRIVE-IN Tonight through Tuesday 'The rp
Ugly American,'.with Marlon Brando Also showing, 'Betrayed,'
: .
.. with Clark Gable and Lana Turner.
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lakeland DRIVE-IN THEATRES :$10,000 Suit

TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT TO GO OUT TO A MOVII '
Talking Names Lakeland r
OPEN 6:15-SHOW 7.00STARTS r

"The Police GroupBARTOW A


TONITE! w c
I'" A $10,000 damagesuit d

was filed In circuit court 1 4
AS TIMELY AS TODA Y'S HEADLINES Thursday against Police Benefit

"VIvId and Contplx Showing At 7:00, Association of Lakeland

s.. It All At L.t. 041'1:10'MARWN Ine. by a former prisoner ol 4 y

the Lakeland city stockade. i : 1

Bill L. Runyon alleges that

BRANDOAction he suffered two broken heels _

j "( in a fall from a ladder while FILMLAND DRIVE-IN-Tonlght through Tuesday 'Mis-
'ft Th. Me" Ime.rtent SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN Tonight through Tuesday.
Aev.nlun ., 0. Ti- doing some painting at the PBA soon) Traveler: with Brandon DeWilde and Lee Marvin. Also
Edgar Allan Poe's'The Haunted Palace; with Vincent Price.
Dramatic building in 1961. showing 'Satan Never Sleeps,' with William Holden and Clifton
Also showing, 'The Slave,' with Steve Reeves. Webb.
In addition to his charges that

Thrills! the PBA was negligent in failing -


Suspense I'' for that to him it provide Is, "illegal Runyon's proper and suit equipment contraryto states"'Lover With A Proper Stranger'To .

"An law" to use a prisoner to do
I work on a privately owned build I

ing.The suit names John Henry
At Lakeland TheaterNatalie
Sangster and D H, Handley as Play
the two policemen who took
Runyon from the stockade to
t "An the PBA building. Wood and Steve Mo Stranger," opening soon at the McQueen) Is an Impulsive Irresponsible -

w vaGihe They are identified In the suit Queen unite on screen for the Polk Theater. This film from musician who takes
as members of the Police Benefit first time In the Paramount release Alan Pakula and Robert Mulligan pleasure anywhere he can findIt.
-H. Association. of "Love With The Proper award of' .
the team
winning
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Rockle and
Angle meet at a AMPHITHEATER
N "To Kill A Mockingbird" fame summer resort hotel and there

EW_ lake/end's/ Finest Theatre! is a story which combines romance Angle makes the one big mistake -
comedy and drama In her life

"It's a Big Darling"I against a panorama of all thatis Love With The Proper
ULYRMERNEaotman awNtawN exciting and unusual in New Stranger" Is a Pakula.Mulligan
Wonderful TODAY York City Production and it co-Mars Edie
OPEN 12:45 Angle Rossini (Natalie Wood) Adams, Herschel Bernard!. Harvey -
Tom Tryon COLORAT is a Macy's salesgirl who craves Lembeck and Nick Alexander -
Q What is A1NJS freedom from the restrictionsof The original screenplay 1 S 1
: i her fashioned Italian family was written by Arnold Schulman -

111 9:ZS ONLYI l 'VbTE and Rocky Papasano (Steve .


iii ': ri GABLE CLAWK V SroRT? AT THE THEATERS Report SayS

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r 01 FILMLAND DUIVC. IN. I ITrU.I.r.t
u in TU>M). : H'.1'L"
I ..He Knows ALL the answers,. .I and.nd'.i.n Thur.dn N:..v".Bl r/|..1..1WH"r' suet Cuban Workers
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and C.n* PtarPrlilar
STARTS TONITEFOR SHE LETS HIM mINK/ and lUUjrd.r: KIM at (hoVitapln
::' IMmmllt 11" And 'Till Have No ShoesMIAMI
'U''I.. THREE BIG NITES 1f T.rror
.110"1 tsrcts" : Cost of
J Tod.T t h r.u.1I WodnMdaf; "Tlw
FIRST DRIVf.lN SHOWINGAT Cardinal' '
(AP)-Cuban workers.
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7:00: fr 10:10" '. on,. DulMU, '
'5 *"""""'."'"">**- IDOAR ALLAW POMA L".UAND D.IVI.INT unable to get shoes because of Til ;
< rI Mrou I."dT' ;: :'..4rt:; >. stireald.Y' a severe shortage, were report '" "
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f t/PAhACE "n'a*tha'liloraf". and "PockaUufTorla ed today to be wrapping gunnysacks .
tfaIl1t1 01 MRKIer"IOLN W N WtT, ,vWnNHBtT.
ANAVIIONi0LOR. ."..I"T.."...... around their feet. .. i- '
1 Ihrouin .rd.": > ra
rarlte II...rt The sacks are tied on with
,,' 1'. !:. N'- waNT PRICE DEBRA PAGET IIOXV THI"TlII .(N..I
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T tar II rouih Tunday Join Cool"WrdmMar wire since there Is
a d "T.ri.n lha Main i1 a shortageof
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AI 111 AT A1 nNLV -- uuouaft ITid.r 1 Sa'uTdaV"1took.. !In Any, Window" tut"tlLVkPj'lNOo'N'DltlV
::: Cuban Democratic Revolutionary
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A THOUSAND 1 AND 1 ONE 1 SrECJACULAR THRILLStTONIGHT *.IN .
Tod.iuir.uinrui.d..:' ;Th..,Haunt' Workers Front (FORDC), an *M W tf **
e .4 PaUtt and Th Slav.
l l I wElof .. .. and Tnur.d.j A TSUgderDrums" exile group claiming close ties
., ud Oo Makad In Uu
World with workers In Cuba
hand. Saturday "Drum. at Atrl
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eir en Beautiful. talc Thonotosaisa
AURURAu.ura Ulaiourl'
ler..Glrlgd7 Traveler". and Threo .loan ....,
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TUESDAY AtHURNDALK. -Dal' "Pour for Teea"AVON : STEVE'S
THRU .nd Opfrallnn B klnl ,

2 TECHNICOLOR HITS ZLocaOd +el,oodxtJE t YnmT"'AHK.-H.I.a..::' "'Under" .the Tan,
BAHIOW Outdoor T lco Told I
I MN I North of Nears NWY.] T.'Nr" .n.. ".Pl.... SOS Nor I I'.i RUSTIC LODGE
HAINES CITY-Lall. H.on.o' "Womnal
r SNOW. AT 701 tl.IC er-- ', it'w" ""Y .MARIA PERSON. CHARIENE HOlT ;;;;:HENRY MANGNIs i i] I.AKE Ihf WAL"World--.U'and" "oat"Ch.r.de"10 KIII" I : WORLD FAMOUS FOR

n kM J 0( ,nwoil aMrel Jim SUBl M.M mt MM.HWHW NM3 PLANT and "...ITYol Ui C.pltol'. C...n..-The" Prlea",
Burnt Womw .('
PLANT CITY *
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THe a.ARINU-P'brlde I "Wha t Slrrvni .... SEAFOODS
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.nd 1J PrO.hten'"l O .
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DEAR ABBY "= GM I ( ) ti GET MY @

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DEAR ABBY: As a Journalist, responsible for writing the in the eyes of his boss; or live a lie among his associates. Your ''' T1WTYsS1RcTty (' }Itb7rf"
I truth, did you do a competent research job before giving credit reply dictates that he should allow himself to be tricked Into FOR LYPENSIS. ALUVG n/L:.'

to the Houston Police Department for "Ten Easy Rules For donating to something he believes to be Incorrect or to expose QSL'ICs VETERANFA4ACEE, THE CHIEF IS NE$ TR
[Raising A Delinquent"? himself to a potentially vindictive superior. I feel he shouldbe AefJlptAapciEKw WJDtNGME'10 WLY A10NL?

Sincerely yours defended and commended let the one who added his A CHECK FOR 15,000.7 AT STUCK F+ IGP1 I II
MINTSTER. PHILL1PSBURO, KAN. name to the list kick la with the five bucks. .M VOOCAN TAKE ME J POLICE MriTF10D6 ) Ii I
My Dear Reverend: The Item In question was sent te me TED FARABEE r IOlJT f i
by a Chi... reader crediting the .Houston Police DEAR f0.A
Department MR. FARABEE I don't know for which newspaper ) I
] with authorship. Believing that people are honest mill proved you work but they are lucky. Although I gave a gnat deal ef 3 rAr I
otherwise I raa ft verbatim Including the credit. My primary thought te my reply, I must admit I missed the boat"Your ,oJ
purpose In using the Item was te share It with my readers, net answer was better and I thank ,...
I to applaud the author. I hays since beard from 22 reader, +

1.each ascribing anthomblp' elf "The Rules" to a different source DEAR ABBY: My 'brother 'claims to '1>e a religions man, I
1 If the Houston Polk Department did not originate them I but when he does his chores (he Is a farmer) he beats his
hope the real author will itep forward make himself known animals so unmercifully It would make you sick to watch him.

and accept my apologies. And now I am reminded *f an 1 saw him club a poor old cow -so>> day I actuallycried
appropriate quote (I know not whose "There U no end to the for her Another time I saw hkf:a newborn calf I --- -
[ amount of good people oouU accomplish la this world If nobody halfway across The bam for no reason at all. He also licked -
1 cared who got the credit." a pig in the mouth until U bled Just because it wouldn't wait IT GOT TO me WANT DETONATE TO EK A I*BOMB SHE
FORM OF !
Respectfully yours until he had put aQ the fond in the trough. This same brothercan gilt CAN RAiSE HER BEAM'r IN TUB AIR
ABIGAIL VAN BUREN quote passages from the Bible as good as any preacher TEMPCRATURC' MIOM ENOUGH
I to church but I don't attend TD CMANCI TMATCONTAINCROP
go as regularly as he does. O
ta/ow INTp ttoT-WATER
DEAR ABBY' I am a newspaper compositor and your He wouldn't miss a service for anything. Now, what kind of
colitma comes to my attention frequently. I agree with your religion do you call that?
advice most of the time. An exception being your reply to NO NAME PLEASE
'
the man whose name was erroneously included with the) list DEAR NO NAME Your brother may be exposed to re.llglon .

of employes who though Uninvited to the wedding, gave the and even preach It, but be Isn't practicing It It's difficult n
boss's daughter a lift HI. reasons for not conforming were te believe that a mac who Is as familiar with the word
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valid, and his name could have been added purposely eitherto ef the Lord could behave so Inhumanely to any el God's
make him conform; become a conspicuous nonconformist creatures. I think he needs te have his bead enmlned.PUZZLE .


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Get InformationTo By Jennie Lemmo '

jirE KEEHEE i
WHAT ARt< VE Z WUZ JEST

Build A Case 1t GIGGUN' A801JT LOOKIN'Al.'OL'8ULLET' I
WOMAN?
2 PAW

Br WILLIAM A. DOYLE ]'that you try to find anyone"'I

Q. I just received a statement (such as that ""best security I s

from Massachusetts Investors analyst" you mention) to manage I 9. laa.
Growth Stock FueL .It shows your personal investmentsfor (

,that die officers and directors a lower percentage fee than at, as re 7U1 !41
., that mutual fund get huge thatThe I i

,fees. Some of them received people who run mutual, SI sea sea ts
,mire than $206,901 apiece last funds are able to manage the! self'y

year. These fees totalled about 'investments of all their share-)! Ao r 1r iI. i
'11.4 million last year, whoa the holders (at a relatively low cost
1 I fund't\ total Incase was about to each shareholder) because 4 4t4e

$12 million. each fund pools the investments et 4aa OcuION'T Dit/NINdTUWNf
In ether words they take a 12 of all its shareholders. and levies -I 00 THA erdlD'l'U, \ ..AND PONT TRY TO
percent' cut 1'111...... that you a management fee on the st ra 6re i If TJANIE WONT ACCEPT DR AN/ /T UNO Mln ?
HELP THEN YOU SHOULD
'call! hire the best security analyst whole thing-the total assets of := OOTOTHBttDeHM.M '
for S6t09 a year. I can the fund. | es NARCOTICS AGENT AND i R. 7
see no earthly reason why they You may think that $50,000 or REPORT HEX A3 Nr $ 1
.
I .rate' that kind of money Any more a year U an awful lot of, r .aof ? AODICj AU

eomrnentsr Or Is this one you money. But believe me. salaries -1 Jill'' tOII -,aham. \'l
will refuse te answer, for lear often come high in the I =

of stepping! en somebody's toes? financial district. This Is espe- s :=
A. If you have been reading cially true for topnotch people, .
this column, you should know such as those who run successful all/Si 1\
that k'. not "afraid of steppingon mutual funds.Nevertheless \\\\1\ ,

somebody's" toes"not; even these manage- ACROSS
)'OlIn.' ment costs to a mutual fund
.And, II ,our- Investor are relatively low Lookat I Bracing 25 Mrs. Brown48 Topper. '\
S Small t I
ing nee % 48
really want to it this way. If you own Checked.
armadillo. 26
try to build e shares of MIQ with a total Value Favorite 80 lI hop'l ...'.
'}0 Creator in '
ofbeverage TU6M WHV *WHEN MAN COMES
case againstwhat of 8100Q share of.thefund's .
:juwr Marry In* 10 Down. naff. I VOO WOW THE tint! ) X TOLD HIM XPMCKU YOU CO OUT 1 .We CAN MCI COM .r
you evtdtntiy total expenses last year Sam. 30 River ofScotland. A3 Fireman's WON U5rvXHM> A HORRIBLE HHAf TVIB IMPORTANCE Of I I I,
consider came to about $40. 14 Cradle of ii W6HTf..WHV< A HEADACHE'.MT COVEKNCK!!
the high cost ofmlnal.ment i= Do you really think that's tooL L PIPNTI f
Texas liberty. II Turkish 84
Cheap s r
,high? The MiG expense' ratiois U Member of regiment I In
you should gather '' lower than that of most mutual the load 32 Nailmova. 85 Belgian crook: si. t1'
all your am funds. Ii"d
tribe. 34 Churchill's tower town. ,o J
munition. 16 Heraldic "..Finest 58 Pay dirt.
The total expenses Q. When I bought some shares Hour."
bearing. 19 Itth cent. =
of Massachusetts DOYLE of a mutual fund I paid a commission 17 26 Across 38 -and collar.
I investor of 8'/4! per cent of the with warm Cromsrty 60 French _
Growth Stock Fund amount I Invested. Althoughthe milk. Scot. county. beverage.
(MIC. for short) amounted to Dow-Jones Industrial Average 19 Miss Allison 39 Louis XVI's 63 Cay. S j

$2.S06.T72 In the- fiscal year end has gone op about 10 points of puppetMarie, ',g. 64 StateFr: ; T'JDAGWOOP
1"\
ed Nov 30. The biggest partof the asset value per share of the dom. 41 Turkish U Shibboleth. )

that was the $1,407,708 compensation mutual fund has not reached the 20 Nautical army corps 66 Quaker I'I'i
to officers, directors total price I paid. Would you chain or rope. 42 River in pronoun.
and members of the advisory say the fund baa mt kept with '21 Glib. Hades. 67 Sencra's YOU'VE GOT TO li hE TN'OUDLa' in, J
board. the general trend of sleek market 22 Substance In 44 Incessantly. title PRACTICAI.--VOU BEFORE 1'M ALWAY3 I REACH BROKE ITf
-- ear A LIMIT ON
That works out to about 30 prices? 26 Across. 41 Second68 Wharton'fFrome. I'LL NEED SPENDINO
per cent of the fund's total In!- A. That's impossible to ay, 24 -duDiable band. MORE fq ,
come. Now you should really he from the little Information you p MONEtY 'e
The asset value
steamed up. mpply. per DOWN -
But It works out to only about share of the fund would have to S TT413 WEEK

1.4 per cent of the fund's assets climb D'/i per cent to reach the 1 Diplomat's 13 Famous 37 Carplike fish.
-4626,145,939 at the end of the price you paid for it In its asset Quaker. 40 Book's slip d
latest fiscal year present range (around 785, as 2 Palm leaf: It Gaius beet, f
That whether you believe I write this) a 30-point rise Inthe var. Julius -. 43 Dude
or not Is the way to figure aa Dow-Jones Industrial Average :3 Scruff. 23 Worry. country.
"expense ratio" on running an Indicates a rise In stock 4 Apprentice 24 Popular 47 Patched I I IMMMI
Investment portfolio. prices of only about four percent to Satan. drink InShannon together.

If you are skeptical I suggest 5 Mr. and Mrs. : 49 Disinter, {
6 Entente 2 wds. 80 Crowd.
cordiale 25 Latin Amer51 Ransack.
a Plant City ,Man AccusedOf 7 Silkworm. Ivan hero. 52 Poetic muse

8 Philippine 28 Nobleman. 54 Grsvel. / WARNED
g Passing Bad ChecksA boat. 27 Blackthorn. 55 Philippine DELICiOOSI. YOUR 111E AIL HAVE ; J : -NAME
9 On ship. 28 Gone dwarf 'sets HUSBAND WAWT JUST MAKING DIFFERENT TAttHTSI PUTNAMI! a
10 Beat CONVERSATION, MR5.PUTNAM, MKS !ONES! I'M
set :29 "Sly" as a 86 Malediction.hangout .
A Plant City man! Combee said Keckler and Miss VWEM HE BOASTED THAT YOU AFRAID THfllLUPUT lci
: 2 Scot.
57 Miss Gam.
was charged with two counts of Lonswsy passed the six checks wds. 33 Loner: Scot. 58 Harrow's :. WERE A WONDERFUL 1ITTL|/SHOP"WOULD BE OUT OF ci
pasting worthless checks by UMConstable's Y_ HOMEBODY $USINESS IVOW IF Ra
each worth $15 at various service 11 French court 35 Formerly adversary
office in Lakeland WEREN'T FOR
stations and grocery storeson decree. formerly." 61 Aficionado. YOURSIavcN
after the man allegedly passed w
about six checks here. Memorial Boulevard.One 12 Braid. 36 fixe. 62 Destiny. o

Constable Morris Combee dealer got the license Solution to Friday's Potzleuuuuil

said Deputy Constable. R.' B plate number of the cir Keck
,(Bob) Straight announced the
ler was driving Straight said, A w r !
arrest of Teddy Jamee Kecklerof arrested In I I uuuu CRYPTOGRAM_
and the man was
Lakeside Trailer Park, Plant Lakeland when Straight noticed f By Hy KarschDUALZRSNBYR
City. lie was being held at the a w s IILLW F N s
county Jail in Bartow under a the car. NEts ODOR YL
The constable said more
$500 bond on Friday. have been passed TIUN DISTURBED 1- sorf VvA poome w -rutty coerce tout \They WOOD M I PONT UNPEH- f YW NSA AkWTTAND
Woman HeldA checks may A L E D R A I. N SUZEIE SUEZUANBN MORG FUN fTVMPALWAYf THE oiaisrr WATC I IN WA MIN IOM TUStt Chits! I THI MED eoa
woman traveling with Keck. by Keckler. Mrs. Lonsway N an animn nnnncinnn VNAWA' INO to* THE GOW / LIVING IN NAP ITS Cuter retire PUI4OINO FOR 540, SIDE TAKES Younn POLI-
of Ohio, would sign the checks and nnrann nna rIJ THAT iii TWJ YEARS AW'A TUB WTJ_ ATOMIC Altt' A PRIVATE POLL TICIAN.-MAvS$
let Shirley Lonsway CARRIERfI -AMD CVECVVOTS sNDENT TNa COUNTRY
Keckler would cash them, Com Friday's p CRAFT
was being field by .Joe Plant cryptogram.WashlngtontoMoscow ,. ASOUT'i Fy K* WHO- K 6srnNG9VEa
bee said. communication t"1 C THEM!
anAK < '' THE n.LsIcs
City Police Department. N N R 0 'iIM I IL
of other
Persons knowing "hot line" link Is /wtUMESCtl C I WORK.te roe
checks should call the consta N : designed to reduce accidental i '
E L S F clout 0 f 5 f N tNJATt .
ble's office at MU 2-8131. N war risk. 07T
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GroundbreakingSet 1'46tf riLCTORM
WAR ON CIGARETTES

For Finders On Start PHILADELPHIA (AP-
Quote of the day: Dr. Luther L. H
Terry, surgeon general of the LITTLE s .
Tenn. AP-AI- Canal!
NASHVILLE ( Of
Barge United States is a pipe smoker ADS Ha
bert Holland and Frank Osbar but he never turns down the offer
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found a smart package marked TALLAHASSEE (AP) The of a Cigarette because "ev REALLY
"Top Secret Cape Kennedy"ground breaking ceremonies to ery cigarette I accept I tear up. / Bo1; AM I tt1HpOFS! CaT ed'OUTAd MAO SERGEANT

in a Nashville street Thursday. mark the first construction on In that way" there is one less PtTXt 712ED Ata u$ B;'; WERE'fi MAP SERGEANTt /
Florida's cross-state barge ca- cigarette.
"Rocket fuel-keep off hands
nal will be held near Palatka
-will bam" read a warning on Feb. 28. Cov. Farris Bryant has

the sU of the Inch-square announced.The INCOME TAX
box first project will be paid c JO 0
Get our tax cut serfylA .
Prying\ open the box, the men for from $1 million of federal Value Service r nVC23
found sand A smaller box was money voted by Congress last Big j.-

burled in it They gingerly year. R. G. JENNINGS '0Q'B
opened that box and foundmore -, Gov. Bryant said that Sen. ( \
sand. Spessard Holland and Rep. Bob 103 N Florida A.e.
si s sp
Phs MU 8.1650-MU .2412
"A guy offered me two dollars,Sikes, the two who played key 23 veer of fine tn service f.t \
for my share of it." Osbar said. roles in getting federal appropriations ( \
"I wish I'd taken It" will attend. = I ,

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Sunday-B Feb. X, iLEDGERlCh-ildren's Dental Health Week StartsToday .mD 'lf o.'etrt b.Sh,11f at &d zd l ll9 Si4! (aD].


ii Today The Polk County Dental Society c Dr. James H. Bird project each, dentist in the area; merit to each school in the- I "

f' I has taken steps to make chairman, and Dr. Frederick Distribution of a poster, with a area; I

In I sure that nobody in this area Brennan co-chairman: ?has arranged letter about the week, to each Erection of three roadside I .
overlooks the fact that National for
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physician and pharmacist In billboards contributed by the a>yr eGOGQ1
I Children's Dental Health Week Radio announcements'! of 15 Citrus Advertising Co.; e
this area;
History starts today. and 30 seconds calling atten- Window displays in business
Among other things the society tion to the week; Distribution of posters from establishments; 1-
Bjr THE ASSOCIATED PRESS under the direction of Distribution of 10 posters to the Pplk County Health Depart. Placement of poster cards on ( !

Today' is Sunday, Feb. 2. 1964: City: buses; S7&stl
Ther are 333 days left in the Distribution of 3,000 miniature
year D: day Is Groundhog Day posters by the Peoples Bank of
Today** highlight In history: Lakeland In statements to Its
On thl* date In 1901, the U.S. patrons; SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY 1 MONDAYCLOTHESLINE ; ,

Army Nufcse Corps wu organ And talks by dentists in the !ABILIA .,, !:S
of the
ized is part Medical Department .
elementary schools.In
cOUPO
previously nuoses Aria
had served on voluntary]'or; addition Mayor Harold
contract basis. Grlzzard will proclaim the SW"''. Geld' Crest '
week officially as National:
Yo } Children's Dental Health Week. ICE CREAM

On this date: The program seems pretty % a
.. mil. dffe tf
Full SO-ft. *-Mf gdowproof
In Mexico ceded Texbs
IMS ,
comprehensive, but Dr. Bird "
Arizona and California to the and Dr. Brennan released this plotrls dasher jff fifalino. Full 1" 3 Q S
United Slates under the Treaty Information to The Ledger and Sfe vats. 'GBV Gallon 7
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of Guadalupe Hidalgo. posed for the photo just to make limit 1 HMl __ lr MM / )
In the Reconstruction 9e Pocked h free loiolotodTRAVEL ,
1932
sure the dissemination of Infor- .....
Finance Nt!
Corporation began op mation was complete.
erations In Washington, D.C. coupoiviENVELOPES
In 1946, Norway Trygve'Lie
was inducted as first! secreUsry-- Elvis Presley fP.eh.
general of the United Nations 16th NATIONALCHilDREN'S

Buys FDR YachtLONG

Ten The Western HEALTH WEEK '
year ago DENTAL of ltd t-K
f Big Three Powers flatly reJected : BEACH Calif. (AP- look white hoKMkoM. ee. 22c.
Russia's proposal for a I Elvis Presley has purchasedthe ,,.depot. *u. voloe.Limit I
German peace treaty. February 8,1364 '' Potomac luxury yacht once __ .. A,
< ( f wllH ttiwrrn !/ )
r President
owned FranklinD.
Five years ago Public by
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school Integration began; without Roosevelt.Col. .
.Ann/Na If nt MtA5. 811111// iilettnd! ,
incident in schools tit Norfolk Tim Parker the singer's
and Arlington Va. I manager, submitted the bid of COUPONLively
One year ago President ,153,000 for the 165-foot/ boat at (
Kennedy and his top foreign, SPECIAL WEEK AT HAND-Dr. Jams H. Bird left and Dr. Prd.rkkr.ns.a put up m ;an auction In Long Beach, Calif. FOOD
policy advisors mapped strategy .Bolter to bo show throughout this ere In connection with Notional Children's Deitrel Hook Weak, I Parker said Presley would give DOG IRON
for meeting France's challenge which .t.m tod.,. Dr. Bird ii cholrmon of tho ipoclel weak for Hie Polk County D.ntol S.Idy.od I the: yacht to the March of
to European unity Dr. BrennoH h c.-chairm... (Ledger Photo by Hughes) I Dimes.: FMWM Valient *>M.
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NEW YORK: There comes a eat up a third to a half of the average New York estimates that job-related
4 time in every mother's life when she working mother's earnings. expenses for the average working

.,, is likely to ask herself, "Should I Here are some specific expenses mother add up to $15 a week, before I
.." take a job?" that should be taken Into account: allowing for child care and income I
'/" One out of every three American Taxes. Social Security taxes take taxes.
S mothers with children under 18 has 3% per cent of the first $4,800 of annual WEEKLY
answered that question in the affirm earnings. Then' not only are EXPENDITURE COST
k a A ative, according to the Institute of the wife's earnings subject to income Lunch 4.7S
Life Insurance. There taxes, but the family well be $
are now nine may
Transportation to work 3.00
I M million working mothers, about'double pushed into a higher tax bracket, so Union dues .80
j IE, '< the 1950 figure; and their number that the husband s income gets taxed Additional clothing 2.55
fi \ continues to increase. more than before.Wife's Additional personal care .40
Why are so many mothers work. job expenses. These might Additional laundry 1.15
: ing outside the home For many include dues to union or professional Social Security tax: (on a
especially those in the fastgrowingranks organizations, uniforms, lunches salary of $65 a week) 2.35
of college trained women, an transportation, etc.
important motive is career fulfillment Indirect expenses. Working wives $15.00
-a chance to put their education tend to spend more on clothing and
and skills to work. Other moth. personal grooming (according to the For a working mother with school-
ers are looking for some measure of U. S. Department of Agriculture, their age or pre-school children, child care
! economic independence, or for an clothing bills on the average are double and/or additional household help
opportunity to vary their household those of non-working wives, as might bring total expenses to $30 a
routine and expand their personal are expenses for laundry and household week. Federal and state income
horizons. help).The family food bills, too, taxes will add another $5 to $10 a
They Need Money are likely to' be larger, with more week (depending on the family' income .
tr meals eaten outside the home and tax bracket), leaving $25 to $30as
In most families, however, the greater use of "convenience foods." the net increase in the family's
key motive often is the need for Child care. This will generally be weekly earnings.
additional income, either to meet specific the largest single item of expense, These are average figures for full-
major expenses (college for the and the most variable, depending on time, year-round workers. About
J tI children is high on the list) or to the age of the children, the! avail. half of all working mothers (and the
+sY < maintain or improve the family'sstandard ability of baby-sitting help from great majority of those with young t
of living. In that case, a friends and relatives, and other fac children) have only part-time jobs or
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I working mother's net earnings obviously tors. In some cities, there are daycare work less than six months a year, and
THE MOTHER OF PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN who goes off to work each day should be substantial enoughto centers whose fees are scaled to therefore have a different pattern of
probably contributes much ess to the family income than she realizes. Payment justify taking on the added respon the family's ability to pay, usually job costs.

for child care, taxes and j -related expenses may consume one.third to sibility. with a maximum of about $15 a week. Mothers of pre-school children are
r one-half of the overage working J mother's earnings, studies have shown This According to studies by several Private nurseries generally charge the smallest component of the wom
scene of a mother leaving her c ildren In the of government and private organizations somewhat more. en's labor force, as most of them feel
care a baby-sitter as she off
goes concerned with the well-be- The
family's Budget Standard Service of that their children
to work was posed, by a non-work/ng" mother,,(Ledger Photo By Perkins), ing, taxes and job-related expenses the Commodity Council of Greater care of a full-time mother need the loving

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;: _Christ,:Widens, ; ,Horizons,' Theme Of Missions Chain Starting Feb. 9:1::1"Christ




Widens Horizons" has been the By MARSA CHAPMAN Evening/ the Rev. W R. Simmons pas.
theme chosen for this year's Florida Chainof Women's Staff Writer tor of Highland Hills Presbyterian, will pre
4 Missionary Assemblies, sponsored by 20 side. Organ prelude, 7:20: Mrs. Margaret E.
LJI Lakeland churches. The assembly starts Patterson; offertory, 8:20: music under direction .. Howard; worship, 7.30, the Rev. Law M.
next Sunday and will end on Tuesday, Feb. of Mrs. Birney Gross; and speaker, 8:30, Mobley, pastor of Southside Baptist; speaker, s
11. "The Revolution of Rising Expectations," Dr 7:40, "Where in the World the Rev. Mr.
Christian ambassadors expected to rep Taylor. The Rev. Caxton Doggett, host pastor Cooley; hymn, 815; speaker, 8:20: "Open .
resent the missionary chain in Lakelandare will preside. Door to Korea," Dr. Voelkel; music duringthe .
Lakeland Community
Mrs. Rosa Page Welch, missionary to offertory sponsored by
: MONDAY, FEB. 10
Chorus Arthur E. director.
Cassling,
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Nigeria; Dr. John Randolph Taylor, nativeof j
China; Dr. Lewlstine M. McCoy, missionary Morning, the Rev. Charles P. Hamilton of Other events during the week will be as
in China; Dr. Harold Voelkel, Mission College Heights Methodist Church, preside follows:
ing. Organ prelude, 10, Prof. Paul Roe
rw.w. Bible institute teacher in Korea; the Rev. Goodman 10:10, the Rev Peter Young adult dinner, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at
; worship, :
William E. Cox, secretary for South Americaof
David's Methodist Temple. Mrs. W. W. Carter is
Wallace Fleming, rector of St. Epis.
the Board of World Missions of the Lutheran -
chairman. Dr. Taylor will speak.
Church in America. copal; speaker, 10:20: "The Christian Ministry
Capt. Robert C. Jones, director of The ," Captain Jones; hymn, 11? speaker, 11.05, Youth rally, Feb. 9, at First Presbyterian,
Church Army; the Rev. George M. Cooley, "The Gospel Speaks to Latin America in at 5 p.m., the Rev. Ralph Arbaugh, chair-
secretary of the Department of Presbyterian Revolution," the Rev. Mr. McCoy; forum man. The Rev.Mr. Cooley will speak. Leading .
Student World: Relations; the Rev. John Wagner luncheon, 12:15: W. E. Arnold, leader Speakers a song fest will be the Rev George Sow-
Jr., executive director of the National following luncheon ere: Captain Jones erby of New Port Rlchey.
Council of Churches; the Rev. Harriet-Louise "What Is a Christian's Job?", and Dr. McCoy Civic clubs Dr. Bovenkerk will speak at
1tEY...J01IN WAGNER nt.. 1L Patterson, ordained minister, author and "Is the Alliance for"Progress the An. the Optimist Club, Feb. 10 at 6:45 p.m. REV. GEORGE M. COOLEY
traveler; Dr Henry G. Bovenkerk, missionary swer for Latin America? Schools, Mulberry Senior High, Feb. 11, 2
in Japan; and the Rev. Julian S. Rea, Evening, the Rev. Joseph Huntley, pastorof p.m., the Rev. Mr Cooley;J. R. E. Lee Junior
Methodist evangelist in Mozambique Grace Lutheran, will preside. Organ pre. High in Mulberry, Feb. 11, 9:30: am, Dr.
The assembly starts next Sunday with Jude 7:20, Miss Berg; worship, 7:30: the Rev. McCoy; Rochelle Senior High, Feb. 11, 10:30
the ambassadors speaking at the following Walter F. Knauff, pastor of Faith Lutheran: a.m., Dr. Voelkel; Kathleen Senior High, Feb.
churches during the morning services: First I speaker, 7:40, "Conflict, Chaos and Challengein 11, 9:30: a.m., the Rev. Mr Cooley; Lakeland
Christian, 11 o'clock, the Rev. Miss Patterson Latin America," the Rev. Mr. Cox; offertory Senior High, Feb. 11, 9:30 a.m. Dr. Boven.
l ). ; College Heights Methodist, 8:45 and 11, 8:15: music by First Christian Church kerk; Florida Southern College, Feb. 10, 10:10
Dr. McCoy; All Saints' Episcopal, 9:15, Captain choir and Mrs. Inez Kohler of Grace Luth- a.m., the Rev Mr. Cooley.Dr. .
Jones; St. David's Episcopal, 10:45: Captain eran Church, soloist; "speaker, 8:25: Rea."Christ McCoy will speak at Mulberry First
Jones; First Presbyterian, 11, Dr Tay. Came to Mozambique the Rev. Mr. Baptist Church on Feb. 10 at 7:30: p.m.
+ lor; Grace Lutheran 8:30 and 11, the Rev TUESDAY,FEB. 11 A brief background of each of the Christian .
Mr. Cox; Westminster Presbyterian, 11, Dr. ambassadors arriving in Lakeland next t
Evert A. Cremer of
Morning Dr pastor {
Bovenkerk: and Southsida Baptist 7.30 follows .
pm will Or. weekend for the Missionary Assembly
Westminster Presbyterian preside.
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the Rev. Mr. Cooley.
gan prelude 10, Mrs. Erie E. Ellis; worship :
The public Assembly sessions will be held
Mrs. Welch returned In December from NI.
10:10, the Rev Whitney J. Dough, pastor oj
at First Methodist Church, 72 Lake Morton
where she served with the Church of
geria
10 20
Wesley Memorial Methodist; speaker : ,
Drive. Schedules for services are as follows:
"On the Path" in Nigeria, Mrs. Welch; hymn the Brethren and was a leader in many
SUNDAY, FEB. 9 11; speaker, 11:05: "New Books for New Pco- Christian assemblies in Northern Nigeria.
'a Organ prelude, 7:20 p.m., Miss Connie pie," Dr. Bovenkerk; forum luncheon, 12:15: She taught women in the Kulp Bible school
Berg; welcome, Mrs Howard M. DuBose W. J. Peterson, leader. Speakers will be for Laymen, and has been a matron and counselor
FCMA city chairman; worship, 7:30: the Rev. Mrs. Welch,"What is the Impact of the Good to girls at the Waha Training Center,
Darrell F. Joachim of First Christian; speaker News Around the World?", and Dr. Boven- a high school and training institution.
7:45: "Christian Missions in the Land kerk, "Can a Democracy of the Christian REV. HARRIET.LOUSE
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(Continued from Page 1-C> September began a special arts; Western Tt
Save ie 1930, bachelor of Christian famines. trained at
A native of Port Gibson, service for the U. S. Army Seminary "
and of theology Kambinl. "
as a chaplain among Korean divinity master
Miss Mri. Welch
was graduated
TIMETEMPER Cornell University, As pastor and district superintendent
prisoners of war In various :
from the Southern Christian
master of arts; and the "Fe*. Mr.
Institute (now Mount POW camps he did evangelistic 1936
work among 150000 Hope College, 1957, doctor of Rea has Meth6dlstWlf
Beulah Christian Center) in
MONEYWith divinity In Mozambique gross fjonj
prisoners After the truce, (
Edwards Miss She later Before joining the Lit-Lit circuits'
.by
five directed
he took his workin
up present served
studied with Alexander Na- staff Dr Bovenkerk .
American missionaries - Our kutln at Kimball Hall in Chicago Seoul. as executive secretary for
Dr, Voelkel has told the East Asia and treasurer of seven districts!comprising 58
Fred
and with B. Wise
FLUFFDRYlaundry story of nil work In the book the Board of World Missionsof circuits and directed l fejf> two
eminent teacher at the American
let "Behind Barbed Wire in the Reformea Church In African. .district; \ sufjer.mten
Service
of Music
Conservatory America. He also served as
Korea" He also has published dents ._
of the r
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She also has done work executive secretary
AH table, bed and bathroom education at the the book 'Open Doorto Japan International Christian The Rev. ,Mr. Reads a native .
Unn beautifully washed end religious *' of East
: Korea. University Foundation and to' Weymouth

Ironed Chenille Including tpreodi. washable. hankies, ke.L e .a t University of Chicago A native of Philadelphia the Interboard committee for Mass, and received the bach

rugs Wearing op. Mrs Welch has traveled Dr. Voelkel Is a graduate of Christian Work In Japan elor of science degree from

pare), if any returned around the world as a mezzo Huron College and of Princeton which coordinates the working the University of Massachusetts .

fresh air I dried and soprano goodwill ambassador Theological Seminary He relationship of the United and the bachelor1 sacred

folded. and lecturer, and led the holds an M.A.. degree from Church of Christ In Japan theology degree J rOm
Princeton and an honorary with North American University
eight Boston
9 Ibs. $1.26 singing at the 14th World Convention doctorate from Huron Col churches

AiMtttonel' Ibi. 14c IB. of Christian Education leg*. The Rev. Julias S. Rea. a COLD WAVE

in Japan. 1958. The Rev. William E. Cox: Methodist farmer, evangelist, ,"Tmtrneit Lttim
Listed In the first editionof is secretary for South America educator and administratorIn C.aditl.noeGives

CUNNINGHAMLAUNDRY of the Board of World Mozambique since 1925, '
Who's Who of American etyl..
Women Mrs Welch had conferred Missions, Lutheran Church In served at the Kabina Mission
COFFEE COMMITTEES CIIAIRMEN Heading committees planning the coffee Wednesday her the honorary America. He has served Center for more than 30 1.ltllftl wpport

of Episcopal Churchwomen of St. David parish are, from left: Mrs J. E. Delster, In. degree upon of Doctor of Humane parishes in the United States years eW" for .v.rv lips

vILationi: Mrs. J. G. Gillum, food; Mrs Perry D. Swindler, decorations The coffee will be Letters by Eureka College and British Guiana Through institutes fairs, '

1141 E. PARKER ST. held at the E. Snow Martin home 2111 Reaney Road, at 11 a.m. Mrs Debtor checks Invitations In 1952. the National Conference A native of Toledo. Ohio, literature and drama, the ': M $.1000

MU, I.HII which have now been mailed and which she addressed. Mrs Robert N. Palmer liost of Christians and Jews the Rev Mr. Cox was graduated Rev. Mr. Rea and his coworkers '

eases chairman, was not present for the picture. (Ledger Photo-P) of Des Moines gave her an from Wittenberg University at. Kambinl have IUDCET v ,Lyb"s7.b0. UP
award for "Dl tingullhed '* I college and divinity reached much of the African AIM PlM,. f.rfcM.." .

Service In the Cause of school. population In five tribes In TINA'S ,HAIR FASHIONS
T St. David's Episcopal In British Guiana, the Rev of about 30000square ., ..-'" MJo4OU
Brotherhood Mr. Cox served as patter of an area ""_L c_ ...-.. -
miles Most oft
Cinderella A native of China Dr. John Ebenezer Lutheran Church. _
Randolph Taylor Is the son
New Amsterdam and was

sr t never can decide which Churchwomen Set Coffee of parents.Presbyterian Since 1958 missionary, he has elected chairman of the administrative

t color of the rainbow council of the
a ehe like beat. served as minister of The Evangelical Lutheran Churchin We Do Expert
w Sometimes Bhe'll wear Episcopal Churchwomen of Mrs F. A. Demayo Mrs Church of the Pilgrims !In British Guiana.

a>dress that has St. Davids pull t Edge- Richard E. Ellis Mrs Earle Washington D. C. The Rev. Mr. Cox is responsible Picture Framing

I reveryone I Mother wood Drive, have planned a W. Epps, Mrs Jack Fitzger Dr. Taylor received his. for mission work
doesn mind because coffee for members of the education at Davidson College
carried on In South America
i 14 I w i r I even the palest cotton branch Wednesday at 11 a.m. aid Mrs Frank M. Foster, N. C., Union Theological which contains varied programs -
Mrs R. E. Grandy, Mrs W.
ps.tel* are easy tol' at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. Seminary Richmond In British Guiana.Uruguay Mr. Schell
d. kerpenneyandcarefree. Snow Martin 2111 Reaney A. Hagerman Mrs W. A. Va., and University of Aberdeen Argentina and see
Howard.
Scotland. He
Road. Aberdeen. Chile. He visit these countries
Mrs Sam
Mrs Shirley Hunt.
Invitations have been issued 'was ordained to the ministryin
A. Jones Mrs Charles Kells, twice every year. He P.N.t.r' .
,. t Sires 3 to 6X, by a committe ctiairmaned: by Mn G. 1954. started a Lutheran church in
William
Mrs Kemp,
.. t-A. Mrs J. E. Delster, with Miss He is chairman of the Chile in 1963. I
4 Sizes 7 to 14, servingas J. Kenngott Mrs. John Kibler, eighth Quadrennial YouthConvention
Catherine
Morrlssey
Mrs Albert King. Mrs Alan on the World The society of Episcopal ISO i.. FL. MU 2-695$
co-chairman. Assisting the
and missionaries
D. Limber, Mrs W. A. tyerI evangelists
e Many other styles chairmen are Mrs. Angle All- Mission I of Presbyterian called The Church Army Is
F' r Mrs E. C. McClurg Mrs
i and of the
Mrs. Church U. S.,
Mrs Tom Avant,
to choose from man Clyde McDowell Mrs. James directed by Cape Robert C.
b N. S. Bradberry, Mrs Jamie Christian Education committee .
Jones The Church Armywas
Mattenlee Mrs T. S Melvin
H. ,
Including half of the Synod of Virginia
Jackson Mrs H. F. McCran- founded in England In
A. Mordoff, Mrs
Mrs R.
Ie, Mrs George K. Miller, O. Dr. Taylor is a member 1882 and began Its work In
Mrs
Harry
John E. Most.
4y1 G 4 pre-teens Mrs John S. Mitchell, Mrs Woodward and Mrs Robert N. of the General Council of the U.S.A. In 1925.
of
= i Bruce A. Renfroe Jr., Mrs the General Assembly Captain Jones was commissioned
H. Roberts, Mrs. William Palmer. Presbyterian Church U. S.,
PfifJ Hugh Palmer\ chairman of in 1937 to the office
Warneke and Mrs J. M. Mrs. Inter.board adult council, of evangelist He was
the hostesses, who are Mrs
board of trustees at Massa-
..M W West. G. E. Achbach. Mrs. George netta Springs Inc., council installed a national directoron r ,

I Heads Committee Allen, Mrs Eleanor Berdon, Presbytery, Feb. 25, 1952.
of Potomac
The Rev. M. Cooley
George
Mrs. J. <3. CiUum beads the Mrs. Ralph Btalock. Mn J. board of director ot the
RUBY'S TOT & TEEN SHOP committee on food. Assisting E. Bodle, Mrs Harry B. Can Council of Churches of the secretary, native of of the Lynn Departmentof Haven Is

her are Mrs Margaret AM, non Jr.. Mrs Warren Clegg, National Capital area, executive
SOUTHGATt SHOPPING CENTER \ Mrs Robert M Akcy. Mrs Mrs Russell H. Cole Jr. and committee of Washington Student World Relation I
of the Board of World Mislorn
I' Wallace FUmlng. fa
Mn. Pees
w. Cash-
PHONE MU p. Baker.Mrs B Z. Ministerial AMocta1lon n
2-1055 ot St David PrMbyUrfan Church
wife 0he rector Interchurch 1
H Cole SrJwaL ,
Russell Washington
man. Mrs .
.:. : U. S., In Nashville Term
s
-- Community
Club and Chinese
Also serving as hostesses are Church board of directors.Dr. Former pastor of Lebanon,

Mrs F J. Fore Jr., Mrs. Taylor is author of Ky., Presbyterian Church he
PRE- Wayne Gerrard Mrs P. S. Like Thatl"! pub- came to the board In 1961.
iQg7k "God Loves From 1951 to 1858 he servedas
: INVENTORY $ Gould. Mrs Harvey T. Hull lished in 1962. ,
Presbyterian university
Jr. Mrs R. B. Hanahan, Dr. Lewlstine M McCoy Is '
at Washington and Fashion City
Mrs T. H. Hutchlnson Jr., executive secretary of the pastor
Mrs Robert D. lies, Mrs committee on missionary Lee University and Virginia offers the finest ,

w Every Pair Nationally Advertised Walter W. Ingram Mrs. Joint personnel of the Methodist Military Institute, Lexington selection of t t 'Snationally r

Brooks Johns, co-chairman, board of missions He Va.The '
famous .
Rev. Mr. Is ,,
Gld- Cooley a
Mrs R. T. Joyner. Mrs after 18 ,
this
VALENTINEBERKELEY came to position
of the of
dens King Mrs. W. L. King, of missionary service graduate University brar\d

Mrs E. Snow Martin Jr., years in China and Brazil Florida Gainesville, and of wearing ,
Louisville Theological
Presbyterian
BROGUES Mrs Walter Merkel. He became a missionary In Seminary He servedIn apparel.: Such
More assigned to Hu. I
IMS and was
World War 11 navigator t
as a
Mrs names as
Mrs Henry J. Parrish. chow, China, as pastor of Institutional B-17 bomber with '' ( N
on a
Mrs Robert Toni Todd
J. S. Pollard Jr., Methodist Church

DATE BOOK Rutledge, Mro. Harold A.William Sale, He was transferred to Hong the plane Eighth was shot Air down Force.on His his Georgia Griffin /

Mrs Victor SaIl Mrs. Kong as assistant branch I
Gee
W. Wade ninth mission and he spent Peggy
Schroter. Mrs treasurer for Methodist mission
Mrs Raymond C. after two one year as a prisonerofwarin Helen WhitingAll j
Setllff. work In China
I I VALUES TO 16.95 7 I Smith. Mrs Bob Stanley. Mrs Germany. C
Edward ye.n.Dr. In his present position the at the lowest ''
Mrs
Virgil N. Sykes McCoy was sent to li i
Rev. Mr. is
Cooley responsible
Tarver Mrs Philip Weaver, Brazil In 1951 where ho did permissible prices.
for coordinating the approach c
Philip Weaver and administrative
Mrs educational
Tarver. pastoral
DRESS SHOES Mrs. Timothy J. Wise and work until 1962 school students to college to and interest high Jr., Misses, !/2 Ii

Mrs David Woodman. In Brazil, he was president them in world missions enterprising and extra sizes. l4w f
the decorating committee Commission on Constitution
Heading of the
the Presbyterian
Is Mrs J. A. Powell. and Justice of the
697 Mrs. Perry Swindler Church of Brazil church. I
assisted by Methodist
In John
1961 the Rev. Wag
BLACK .
and Mrs E. R. PippingMrs its highest Judicial body, and ner Jr. was chosen to serve
BUTTERNUT P. Kato Is president of the board
r" Arthur vice' president the t National Council of IS k

of the Episcopal Church-Church. <>f directors of the Methodist Churches as executive director 11 ,
Dllvld'
House
women of St. Publishing of the Department of the
of Lexington Ky,
A native Urban Church in the Divisionof
Star a Dr McCoy attended Ken
Travelers Home Missions
tacky Wesleyan College in .1
An ordained Lutheran
OfficersAre Owensboro) and was graduated I .
Club clergyman of the Lutheran
A tremendous selection of in 1940 with a bachelorof Neapolitan
Church in America the Rev
styles not scheduled for AnnouncedMembers arts degree. He studied Mr Wagner served as mission striping, easy e

reorder theology at Duke University Lutheran sheath withelasticized
by our buyers of the Traveler School and received developer of Faith -

Most colors con be Star Club will meet Thursdayat Divinity a bachelor of divinity degreein 1955-ST Church, Lavallette Y., .waist "t .,
and associate '
as secretary
worn year round. Comportour the Magnolia Building. It<<. In 1958, Kentucky of Urban Church planning Dacron and Avron.
for asocial
Civic Center at 4 p.m. conferred Dr
regular price with a business Wesleyan upon In the National Lutheran Beige/pink _
followed by doctorof
.' our Sale Price," the) Savings meeting and covered elllh McCoy the honorary Council, 195741. beige/blue or ,
divinity degree The Rer. Harriett Louis H.
ore real? dinner. Associate president of Soongsil beigepreen.15. 't
club have Patterson, author of two travel
Officers of the In Seoul. Ko- '
College petite.Ir.|
guides "Around the Mediterranean
I VALUES TO 10.95 I been announced. Frank as Rustom.followsMrs :re- rei.appointed Dr. Harold missionary Votlkel in was Korea With My Bible" and 3P-13P $11.99DRESSES 4- '

Mrs. Harry Come With Me to the Holy
elected president in 1929 by the former .
and and. is considered one of
Mabel Smith $
STACK Menser, Mro. board of foreign missions of =
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vice- ...merlc. foremost interpreters -
97 Loadwick
97 Warren
Mrs the Church,
Still. Presbyterian of the Middle East SheIs
and presidents. Mrs. Walter USA The college was established ; .
4 / -
HEELS son, recording secretary; Mrs. 70 years ago He s an ordained minister of the .

Charles Eason. assistant secretary also Is engaged In ministry Disciples of Chnst REDUCED!: : .
Miss Harriette Lane She has traveled extensively
work among former Communist -
Ernest the Middle East
through
and Mrs.
treasurer; prisoners of war. almost since 1935. B. Sure To See Ou Fine
H th. chaplain When the Korean War be every year
NATIONALLY Selection .f Sole Drea....
installedby and has conducted more than
officers were
The g8lIn June, 1950 he was
VALUESTO Mrs Ruth Stewart. evacuated to Japan, but in 27 tours to the Holy Land ':- .

ADVERTISED and Middle East 01011 GROUI"-W... t. 11.": .. $899
297 A missionary in Japan before .- .. ""

and during< World Warn $5 99
ONE GROUI"-W_ ... pa 'Z.99 .
10.00 Dr Henry G. Bovenkerkis '.''r
FLATS FOR SALE acting secretary for business 2"511

and finance of the committee

on World Literacy and ONE GROUI"-W... sp t. 10.99 $388

3-BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME Christian Literature of the 3 sir 511
division of Foreign Missions,

National Council of Churches, ONE GROUP NOW 5259M .2 l., $5
COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONIlM Lake Hellingsworth Area referred to as Lit.Lit. "

LIt-LIt assists In development .

205 HIBRITEN WAY of literacy programs

and the production of Christian .

l.rf. 24.2I Living ......, tun pooh, fireplace, ,.*'., literature in more thanSO PBM-FNB

er.. S. OI R r wdh-lH clo. ..N, CMtiwI ell .h..t, .lr-c4it." "., !-... i countries and In meetings :

!...... Alt. nova, *.tSw.il>... 4l,.ro..l, .,.,... plies responsibilities coordinates I. A'
110.110 lot.PHONE. the work of 40 Christian FREE
mission boards and 'k

MU 2-0264 FOR APPOINTMENT agencies; related to the National PARKING

GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTEROPEN Council.Dr. .

........ Pmt.ct.d Bovenkerk education
NIGHTS 'TIL 9 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING record Is as follows: Hope 816 N. Fla. Avt.I .

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WilkinsonSheffieldAnnouncement 'I LAKELAND LEDGER i rUII"--Mi"IIIi"IIIi"llliJljilllillli"IIIi"---1


hat been LISTENING Travel Expert \, I

made by Mr and Mri E. O.Wilkinson. .

2703 Dixie Drive, Will Address .
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With i \ - -
1If the encstement of their THINK

daughter N a ft c e e Jill to OLIVI STOUT SYKB. U4r W_...'. Eda, .eIs ABOUT
James Rockwell Sheffield, tan Clubwomen \ I
of Mr end Mn Frederick I SPRING
Sheffield of New York City. / Our Town Growing Up? "Let, Go Adventuring" I.I (I
A the title of a talk Mia Carol I ILane AND
graduate of Si Andrews
High School In Charleston Women' Travel Dlj: j I WONDERFUL CASUAL CLOTHES M
S.c., Miss Wilkinson was graduated It would almost seen i as if Lakeland is coming of age, rector for the Shell Oil Company f
mina cum laude from with most of its growing palm eased. And there is so much to will make to member ? ,ROM
Classboro College in New town yet, so much to loot E:: forward to. At the splend id programs of of the Woman's Club of Lakej j
Jersey where. she was editorof recently at our beautifulnew :land Thursday at the clubhouse I
IA GuatrlYYS4ec41YEaarrar4Kwert'tllEAalM4rrl aL
the student newspaper She Branscomb Memorial who over the years has band who part of her talk Miss Z!
has completed work for a Auditorium -and I faithfully reviewed the with a particular Lane will discuss her personJ J
master of arts degree at use the term "our" advisedly concerts of the Associa- she want 1*I ally researched ideas on how .
Teachers College, Columbia for it is 'part of tion for this sudden now of to I L
newspaper. budget a vacation by car
University where' she was a Florida I Southern College likely than not, : and how to make i'i )
faculty fellow. The brideelecthas e e from sheer travelingwith +oSWrllrEallElereeeUIIrEO '
much to its credit- children easier on all
been director of the New only a very few left their Sigma Chi of Flo- reaction make concerned
fraternity
York. New England Lutheran seats before the encores rida Southern College recently if he bought the ; Mr,. Erwin C Spears, president

.Girls Camp and presently Is were finished and no one had its rush banquet at the Anger will preside at the business
teaching school In Crest Neck MISS NANCEE WILKINSON applauded at the wrong Citrus Tower restaurant In and frustration meeting which will begin

NY.Mr. time the Central other feelings at 11 o'clock with lunch.
Sheffield la I a graduateof School of Education, he taught Florida highlandsat .
now of
Clermont and copious eon at 12 o'clock and the 0 m
Groton School. school for two years And out of an 1,800 were pleased program
Groton sex.:
fair -
with "the service Exactly to followMrs. .
Mass. and Yale seat audience capacity atmosphereand :
of
The
University
prospective bridegroom food"Said emotions call E. E. Ellis with Mrs.
In 1959 where he was *. memo Is presently a candidate for with every seat occupiedthat the young men, "We of tears Is not Glenn A. Marshall at the
ber of Zeta Psi and Skull the doctorate bespeaks maturity r
and degree In Inter. searchers have piano will lead the In
hope to return there next group
Bones After receiving the national Education at Teach.en for only a few years back year," formation sing "My Country 'TIs of

master of arts in teaching degree College Columbia Unl artists performing a t From the observation tower men tend to cry The.." Mr. J. R. Glover "Fr "" as
from Harvard Graduate Versity. Mayhall Auditorium who may be seen over $600.000,000 become older. president of the Florida Federation SAVE

generously offered en- worth of citrus acreage, 17 Women age of Women's Clubs; a Flower
cores at the insistence of million trees, and hundreds of seem to "turn on will give the devotions
I F9rdDeaLMiu the major portion of the lakes, In an area which Is more frequently A musical program In Just Special For
audience were greeted said to have the largest concentration stress and have "Glimpse of Theater Organas MoiTus.Wed..
with the fast retreating of citrus In the greater now of it is Today" will be presented One Hour" Feb. 34-5

Jtsna Ford's engagement tloned st Ft. Lee V*., where backs of many. world. men. But there by Don Ragsdale organist .

to A.10.Gerald O. Deal he is taking Air Force technical To our shame. In the flow as for Lonnell, Inc, Mr
has been announced by her Training for IBM machines Perhaps it isn't all older a Ragsdale Is a new resident of 4 Short GarmentsCLEANED
maturity
parent Mr. and Mn. J. W. full musical roughly parallel Lakeland having Just moved
Ford 2418 or ap- A young Lakeland resident crease in age here from Newport Beach
Caral.Way: Airman
r h r k" preciation that keeps Judy Arbaugh daughter of
Deal II I the son of the us Tears say Calif., where he frequentlywas
in our seats now the Rev. and Mrs Ralph C, & PRESSED
Rev. and Mrs. James O Deal 4z perhapsit perform the featured in concerts.
of Lakeland. is the feeling of pridein Arbaugh, 141} Easton, returned day function of A valentine theme will be
these new surroundings Friday to Tampa Inter eyes by used for table decorations arranged SKIRTS
Wedding. plans will be announced. the new and magnificent national Airport and thenceto them. by Mrs Wendell Watson TROUSERS
\, auditorium that Lakeland from a trip to and Mrs Robert Varney. $169
Miss Ford Is attending Lake London, England, with an Si- Except w h e SLACKS
makes us linger on. What- closed Hostesses will be members of
I water
land High School where. sheIs member study group from SHORTS
ever the reason, it's good. the Education department.
from
I a member of the Highlander Florida Presbyterian College evaporates
Did Reservations should be SPORT COATS PLAIN
you ever you or outer wall of
and Debonetts. The did research
fortunate members group on made by tomorrow night with PLEASE
of Dryness will set ETC.
Airman Deal
that
war graduated country's history politics -
the Lakeland Concert As- flex in action By Mrs. Adelaide Squier Mu
In 1MJ from
Lakeland and
High drama music art
1682. W. Griffiths
or Mrs C ,
sociation
hear tary reflex-just
School where he wa a memo ever criminology.
ber of the DL?. He I I. ate more beautiful music A* her special Interest. thin layer of Mu 64598. NEVER AN EXTRA CHARGE
than that of the Orchestra Judy chose criminology and over the eye, FOR 1 HOUR SERVICE

ulM San Pietro of Naples visited Scotland Yard and attended and lubricated MONDAY thru FRIDAY

Speaking of Beauty Italy, or more magnificent many lectures In the rather All in all, 8:00 A.M. TILL 4:00: P.M.

.y thill, singing and organ area. SATURDAY 8 TILL 12 NOON I>
io make
renditions than those of Group sightseeing took her helping
'rn.0dsr *t la4S cm PhlllB vill clean and
ed'"n1' .. -&' -liv* On the Roger Wagner Chor- to Coventry and Canterbury
r-e..wj'::rMIO. H* b when the little ,
Stratford Avon
Cathedrals,
will Il,. pcrMBillrwl ale? t
Mlutloni Id and Warwick Castle Oxford them go In large a
Jour, bur Call protaf And then came the an- Windsor Castle often a source One HOUR
ni MU ,
University
.. nouncement at the last ,
-137 ktl .a ment to the
10 41 .MO. and Hampton Court and her
tt. m S JEANA FORD
concert that "no _
Non.II er h.me HUT..,.ue1.. .. memberships are avail-more agenda with Included University social of activities London e .
eta't itrwt to. able for this 'mR / "
n n th. undo NEAT TRF.AT season, students RTlnlz/
jir.ol.prrmuicnt I'II. /. A rolpm looks neater If dirt sweet music too to the Judy had one free weekend There are
.
Tho* d* are of the ed rooms these
faithful
and fi ears Association which she
'uppoMdon t b. liner smudges are washed Jan 1722 during .
n'.. 7T.bI'naurq off/the walls, area around workhorses who visited American friends In smokers have DRY CLEAninG
PHILIP : :'ratsIlo5ln :doorknobs and light switches labor each spring and Paris "We had a marvelous ing of the the most 'In '
:''1.II.; !! eun111ita. :.. :i7; ;: You keep suds from smearing bring forth another sea time I a really marvelous office seriously 64
I' IOU 4robdr. hart. a Mr "nk Mls woodwork when son of concerts said Judy of the and there are
rn.nmt w. lit IbllturN .. Phil_ or time
o. atth a U"'I'.lt r0a. 1010. 10sr .rol. you *,page a light switch plate Katie O'More must be group s trip "We stopped over heavy amokers Grove Park Shopping Center
d.......es... rarl. ...n.11. Cut oe', a heavy cardboard having her proudest moments In Shannon Ireland en route down drastically ,

1104 .. ...rlealII ) a jar the switch plate and Succeeding her home for several hours" erThere Is much U.S. Hwy. 98, South Phone 6S2-921S I ':
.... h ,It lA returned to her classrooms -
place when cleaning late husband Colin won Judy In the Ledger Z.1J1'I
i Is off at Florida Presbyterian MISS CAROL LANE ..N'K oJ f d wda Odri
II power .
derful maestro that h
ID A _.. today. formerly: we i iY it ii
' was, as president Katie College that whether i
r'
LASJ.'I.A has been a devoted follower .' not. the smoke
/I CALL! in his footsteps to from the heavy
/ S. ., keep the Association on of arettes could .
I Friends and neighbors
FALL- Dd an even keel and she and To smoke or
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Boyd
t others have the question of
' SS SHOES literally surprised them with a housewarming -
and
18r. RW1r "sweated" out each mem- party last night at ever you go
see that many
bership campaign and or- their new home on the Corn- Some
I n l SS ganized for another with bee Road. The occasison, however to warning pipes or cigar

;-NAL faith hope and love. didn't catch Mr. Boyd cut down, some
:" t DEB These last two concerts napping for he brought out ing as .
"merl were the beginning of some of the cakes he a famed Commission on
1 the rewards that she and for and served them to the one just must

] her cohorts will reap for guests along with goodies they away and
.' '90 their steadfastness. And had brought for the party ped completely.

Iv.i more.there will be more many . .

,," Right here, for The When a woman bursts into
511" 4 t. U
Te Widths AAAA t. Ci Ledger I'd like to ex- tear, she may be expressing TO THINK
: \ $17.H' Au.M.d C.I..aI' press appreciation for the any number of emotions applause of a
I i constancy of llazelle Mormon often to the utter consternation being Is of V
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WEDGIES and (Mrs Glenn W.) of the male Many a hus- quence. -Dr.


Callissq AllHome
.}/I FLATS STACKED HEELS Lighted Cigarette

Geppetto e Cobbles by Rid Crest

....... ly NICK
( if Origin Deb A StytoCUn
ft- Si... Female's
AwHW Sayl.e /Is WeaponBy The Furniture } a

CaIaN ... V.ly.. Store
fhn $490 H $11.99 $690 JOY MILLERAP girls though they are, once In
Tr.lr N.ts
e Women's Editor
$1 a white they get a twinge of

NEW YORK (*-A lot of wistfulness because they'verun r ,,.,
t
UN Safe 207 S. Kentucky OPEN women manage to live quite into a situation where a ''- ,
FRIDAY happily without groping for a
rPMl) cigarette would help things
NIGHT' TIL 9 cigarette the first thing every
Immeasurably.
morning. :
of Random research among In
Often as not scruples
.IftUNi morality and health have some feminine non-smokers a or n
f nothing to do with it. These have turned up these points:

women simply don't like to A cigarette Is great for ,
# r RED CROSS SHOE STORE smoke. r
A keeping an over-amorous maleat k lob
/ But fastidious---clean-living. bay It's the modern equiva f

lent of grandma's hatpin. lie Spegnola the
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Illf ....
can't reach around a glowing this selling that

EXPERTINEXPENSIVE cigarette to get cozy and you to both the slots

imoke for hours.
can chain- tomtr mu

S Having to keep lighting 'em A good
for distract final. mint be many
RE-UPHOLSTERING I iY up you may all he mutt like,
ly discourage him altogether. must hove a A breathtakingly beautiful wedding reflects your own fine taste and It starts

Ho'dmg! a cigarette keeps ledge of the with your wedding gown.
your hands from dangling at sail and h* must

STANDARD 2-PC. your aides, give you some decorating Here you will find an exquisite collection of bridal fashions, includingveils

thing to do while you're waiting In recent years and accessories, for the bride, the bridesmaids and mother-of-

business has the-bride,,
orating business
Sofa Bed "Chair When you smoke you often .
eat less, say women who use perence furniture and For a perfect and "heavenly" wedding you are cordially invited to come In

it as an appetite-depressant thai onswers 10 soon and let us show you why this is such a popular shopping spot with
j W. SIN spk.lsret Halal- FOAM RUBBER It could be, or course that tions about
mrt 2 ft. rah led sd ek w 95 forM your taste buds curl up in disgust scheme and smart brides.

pMsfie I w hMM IM Mly.mi 59 any say amount purpose* ed by and goodies refuse to be tempt matters Bride's Dress Above 75.00. Other Styles 49.98 to 150.00

i I'I' UP You drink less at a party Ifyou're Our furniture
PICKUP A DELIVUY wiling,' and oble
I LAWN CHAIR smoking some girls Insist
and to propose a
WEBBING that, ,
rangement

I' For The Do-It.oursellcr or wa will make the keeps Toying you with from a biting cigarette your con within afford the .

straps and web the null contributes a nervous LE3U
",, We have 1.000's of yards .f upholstery furniture type. She doesn lay whether W. Invite you 1SJa

fabrics in stock at wholesale picli. for you. yd. Its because it releases ten. and decorator toke service s
lion or keeps her hands busy.
smoker should light or obligation
A non-
(r FURNITURE CITY UPHOLSTERER up once in a while Just to

1 I wreak retribution the form MATHER 3 floors of fashion OPEN MON. & FRI.
fAST SIIVICI_WOtKMANHIP GUAKANTIID of smelly clouds of smoke
110 N M.
NIGHTS 'TIL 9
aimed and sinuses
Ph. MU 3-3281 at eyes *
1066 South Florid. AT*.
on all the human engines who Phone MU 211 East Main. Ltktttnd

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, 9Jland Owithzq Blue Birds To.Be Guests Months For Gb/$4uLi/ '"

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On Ellen TV ShowSunny 1.1'. t
Mary Girl Scout event during summer yl,
February and March will Involve Haven Gir a

Blue Birds of Cleveland son as their guest when they rxsus change In date which Pakistani i ,

Court School will be meet Tuesday at the home of should be recorded correctlyand Senior ScPRbtop 237

visitors on WTVTe "The their guardian, Mr*. Robert planned for in advance canoe
plan a P exr
Mary Ellen Show" tomorrow Tabor. Mr*. Sanderson, who according to Mn. Harlan Her- ;
BUTTERCUP afternoon. They will be ac- I* the City of lakeland' home s bert of the Girl Scout office. weekend to 1 gtl
their leaders Pioneer Neighborhood meet They have ( ed pa ate.
companied by economist will discuss preparing
PATENT Mrs. Bill Thompson and Mrs. and serving meal and ? Tuesday af 1:30: a.m. at the Senior adviitene1Mtndn1

(YELLOW) H. R. Burry how to b* a gracious hostess. ( Girl Scout House Parkview
O Da Konya Ta Wan Ka Fourth grade Camp Fire sd 1 xAsA Place. son and Mr 4G allaghef,

$25.95 Camp Fire Girls of John Cox Girl of ,Lime Street School, a The Feb. 17 outdoor skills Patrol Je* .SuTanne
and North Lakeland Elemen- whose guardian i* Mn. Ray workshop for patrol leader Sebrlng, Jo ne a, t Susan -

tary Schools are meeting Wed- mood Burks have elected the i and assistants haa been can- Ryblnskl aid as tount pj-

nesday afternoon at the Camp following officer: president, X ceUed due to a special paradein trol leaden aft Sailed'tf /Wen-
il
". Fire clubhouse to string hon- Lisa Crutchfield; vice president which all Girl Scout are gee Herbert. Kauf-
. trZ-'O or beads and for a song feat. Debbie Jackson; secretary to participate. The workshop Sally Diane

: I'ttl ..:vtnv New vonK WI lab 7e Camp Fire Girls Leah Bellotto, treasurer, will be held late In March. nan i* U scribe 'a.n&tfVnthlaCandee

will have Mn. June Sanders Lollle Hicks; scribe, Lisa Cleg- The annual cookie tale will traMurejrjff

horn; long leader, Anne be March 14-30. In charge ft mngemanu
MATCHING Spear; flag bearer, Vicky /: Girl Scout Sunday will be for the canoe trip, Addition
to those named above, are
Thompson; honor guards, Let-
each
OTHER March 1J, with troop
HANDBAGS lie Burki, Debbie Colvin, whether its members Louise StuUman, Nancy Stag-
deciding
EXCITING Becky Brook; hostesses, Ann will attend church together In nan, Jan Jones Mary Cole,
SPRING VanBockel and Jan Handley. uniform or attend their Individual Robin Rovelt and Abbie Dog-
STYLESBENFORD'S Smiling Blue Bird of South- churches in uniform. gett Ctrl In this.troop took

west Elementary School will Many .churches will make canoeing a year ago and qualified
meet Wednesday afternoon at for their small craft certificate
special plans for that Sunday,
the home of their leader, Mrs. it announced. with the// America
Barbara Hunt for a song fest. was Red Cros*.. *
Festival
Bok Tower
Mrs. Louise Plckett with her
The Bok Tower-Juliette Low

-- -- -- accordion, will be a guest. t ,,. x API International F e a U v a 1 and
Songfest will be held at Bok

r Tower In Lake Wales Sunday,
Physically HandicappedIn March 8, at about 1:30: p.m.

Girls from the entire council

This Area Organizing will join the celebration hon-
oring the founder of Girl
Scouting in the USA. The Ju
An organization to promotethe willing to take the Oath of
BOOTERY liette Low World FriendshipFund
social, economic and phy Allegiance to the United Statesof brought three Danish A"
James left and
SUITED FOR SPRING Mn. E. Wells .
J sisal welfare of physically America. Mn. Dale R. Brandt preview spring suits they will model in Girl Guides to Lakeland last
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DOWNTOWN handicapped persona being Non-Profit Organization the Catholic Woman's Club's annual benefit style show and -
formed this
in area. card party Thursday at 8 p.m. at New Civic Center auditorium.
When chartered, this group According to the officers of
(Ledger photo by Harper). Snapp-GoBle
will become the Lakeland -
the Lakeland group, the Na-
Chapter of the National Association
tional Association of
Physically

m 1L@ and of Physically will be the Handicapped only- Handicapped la a nonprofit Mardi-Gras Theme Set The engagement of Miii The "bride-elect and her

such chapter in the southern membership organization of Patricia Ann (Pat) Snapp to fiance Will exchange vows on
C. Coble has been March 7 at 8 at Park-
United State., according to the physically handicappedand For Catholic Benefit Douglas p.m.
iliit&i excI11sfve> Automatic Orchestra Control announced by the bride-elect's VieW Baptist Church. No formal
Miss Phyllis Taylor, secretary non-handicapped associate parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Invitations will be aent.
of the local
group. members and is representative Mardi Gras I II the theme chairman, announced. The Snapp, 2305: S. Lincoln Ave All friends and relatives of

Meet Tuesday of all types of handicapped for the annual fashion show model will be Mn. W. R. Mn. Johnsie E. Goble of Mt. the 'couple are Invited to at-
Officers of the newly form- Beatti Mn. Vernon, Ga. of Lakeland tend the wedding.
persons. Its aim ia to and card Harry Bents formerly
sponsored by
party
ed group, which will hold its Mn. Paul Bond, Mr*. Dale Is the mother of the Miss Snapp was graduatedfrom
advance the welfare of handi- '
next meeting Tuesday at 8 the Catholic Woman' Club.
Brandt Mn. M. J. Cook. Mn. prospective bridegroom Lakeland High School In
p.m. at Lakeland Federal capped persons socially, economically The event will be Thursday William Grim, Mn. I. J. Mul- 19! 3. At LHS she was a mem-

Savings and Loan Association and physically. at 8 p.m. at the New Civic roy, Mn. Bernard Palmer '1tF* p anz ''A, ber of the Torch Club, secretary
community room, corner Pine It with local utytP
cooperates Center auditorium. Mn. Jacob Schneider, Mn. t of the Future Homemakers .
Street and Tennessee Avenue state and national
organizations Mn. Clyde Olson, general Otto Skokan Mn. V. R. Zim- of America and in
are: Gilbert M. Jordan, president of the handicapped to chairman, and Mn. Edward merman and Mr*. James E. her senior year participated

; Miss Gloria Trudgen, promote rehabilitation and Frisbee, cochairman, have Well*. in the DCT program. She 1 11
Max Miller and Mrs. Doris employment opportunities and announced that the grand Other chairmen assisting in past worthy advisor of Lakeland I
Smith, vice presidents; Miss such things necessary for the prize in a contest to be held the arrangement for the Assembly Order of Rain-

Taylor, secretary; and. Mrs. common welfare of the physically at the show will be 50 book event are Mn Wells, door bow for Girls. The brideelectia II

Jo Miller, treasurer. handicapped. of trading stamps. Second prizes; Mn. Skokan, table employed at Publix Em
All handicapped persons Interested Miss Taylor, secretary at prize is a $25 merchandise prizes; Mrs. L. W. Morris ployes Credit Union in the

in joining the group the Children's RehabilitationRanch certificate from Maaa Brothers refreshment; and Mn. E. J.Redlg. x 1 main officea.
are invited to attend Tuesday's said "A of
group department store, which 1s publicity. Mr. ,Goble also attended
meeting. Requirement handicapped people here in furnishing clothes for the Ticket chairmen are Mn. Lakeland High School wherehe
for membership are as follows Lakeland has long been aware
how.Mn.. Roland Alderman and Mn.
member of the
was a
1. You must be 18 of the lack of
: yearsof recreation for
Carlotta High, fashion Walter DuCharme. The public Dreadnaught football team and
CJ PLAY A ONE NOTE MELODY- age, 2. You must be a handicapped persons in this coordinator for Maaa, will be is invited and ticket may be the "L" Club. He ia presently
resident of the United States area. We also feel that while
how commentator, Mrs. Rob purchased at the door or from in
participating
SOUND LIKE A WHOLE ORCHESTRA of America. 3. You cannot be some lead a full and satisfying amphibious
ert Mazurek fashion show either chairman. warfare
a Communist 4. You must be social life, the majority training at Vieguea
Go ahead-be a"one-finger" artist-even so,yea of the don Island Puerto Rico, with Marina
handicapped not
won't sound tilts MM.That's the magic o(Lowny's new Battalion Landing Team
skAtnoMATio oacBMrnuk OOWt Ot, gmtat w.yda. Pen WomenTo have tore, this we feel opportunity.that the Thar main COLLEGE NEWS -V,. The battalion is a unit J
play feature ever. It multiplies the note yon play-- of the Lakeland Hthe Second Marine Division,
Instantly automatically ia perfect harmony. One MeetTomorrow purpose chap. pet Marine Force, at
ter will be to fill this need. With A Southern AccentBy Camp ,
melody note becomes a fun chord. .one initrumenUJ LSunq N. C.
voice becomes several. You play more nude,have more MISS PATRICIA SNAPP

fun from the very first note. LINDA LEE RAY extended teaching experience.For 1 1VbABONDS
Lakeland branch of the National 4 4I Campus Correspondent the first six week of the AAUW World Study I FIOR\ SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Convenient Terms Trades Accepted League of AmericanPen semester, the future teachers
A unique new program of Group Sets Meeting I
Women will meet for a meet for classes In readingand
sandwich lunch tomorrow at day student representation on teaching! techniques. Dur- '
Cannon Music Women' Student Governmenthas The relationship between UIHT -
Company .12:30 p.m. In the Lakeland Art ing that period they will each Nationalist "
Guild atudloa at Tigertown. 0 recently been initiated at pay three preview visits to and Communist WINTER REPS tsIEATRE.

303 S. FLORIDA AVE. PH. MU 2-8145 There will be an election of Florida Southern College. Until the school to which they have China will be discussed Tuesday .e? I IFab.

officers, over which Mrs. Wini- NIA now all repre.sentativea .,......,.. been assigned. The next nine when the World Problems o-MopptMt Do
OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS fred Selheimer, president, will to. week are spent in the school Study Group of the Lakeland Y*.r life ,

preside. ___ __________ __ this govern-fj actually teaching. branch of the American Association F... 7-1 h. Glass Menagerie
Ing and judicial i Intern V
body were] of University Women ,... 8-Th Class MmagerliFtekhsr
Among those Interning from meets at 8 p.m. at the homeof '
elected by on- ] Theatre h the *..,,
0 4 Polk County are Becky: Ogden
Q o 0 0' Osay' students Mn. Imelda Nelms, 2650
I If campus and Kathryn Redd, Winter Haven -
appreciate a
you but A4
$1.00
you care ; Hazel WWII and Ginger Handley Place. tte Stud.nt SO
4 + neat, considerateguest WSGA' newt Gossett, Halnes City; and On the panel discussing the Curtain Tim. I P.M.
with a.Gift. p plan calls for? t\\101. Scvthcni
why not be one? Student Free
of two-day student -| Gail Kaplan Luclle Wynn, ion, Miss Alvazine Young and Rearratioss
tatlvea.represen- Kathryn Johnson, Anna Maxwell Miss Helen Mallory. Mn. E. Fr Tickers/ en/ !

BIRTHS Sarah UNDA Diane Walker Mary Gretchen Taylor Is chairmanof Call 688-3555

: Fine Furniture r LAKELAND GENERAL of Lakeland Laymon was elected a* diver Louise, Hook Sanborn and Cecelia, Genie Drury Van-, the study-- -group.-

HOSPITALMr. the new day student representative Lakeland.PI .

and Mrs. Horace R. to replace Deane Delta Epsilon, national BEAUTICIANS WANTED

/1)1 ii1 Hunt, 1008 S. Wabash Ave., Christiansen Griffin, formerlyof collegiate Journalism fratern- t
daughter, Jan. 30. Enroll Now
Lakeland, who recently ity, initiated 12 new members ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N.

Nixon 815 Channlng Road, transferred to the Universityof Deane last Christiansen Friday, ,including Griffin For a Career -+e
daughter, Jan. 30. Miami. Sarah will work
who was pledged last semes With
FII(
a
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. tire
with Linda Ray of Winter Ha- ter. Also Initiated was novel-

For Votenttne's Dayor Newman, Route 4, daughter, ven the other representative, ist Don Tracy, who lives in APPROVED fOR GAINING ,
.T.n.30.
any day-no gift Is and Margaret Sharp of Lakeland Sarasota. Mr. Tracy has for
WINTER HAVENHOSPITAL Pi DeltaEpsilon's VETERANS AND WAR ORPHANS
judged
many yean
than
more appreciated who is on WSGA' project
writing contest.
it's Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. *' committee. :::"' t-:::':: '' ..
furniture. Whether $i a" This t ci. M., In w Pirt-ttlM IMM(
campus-wide writing
{ Manuel West Lake Attended Meet N' u ...
Roy .
:: _. .. a e..st s-rwrwt
I Or. w.awN 01 '
table this week. The M
a lamp, a desk, a : ,f II daughter, Jan. 20. Polk County student attend- contest begins ..... ....
first second and third place :.:..::. .... ....1..... :=. a.N.ume5..r.
or a whole houseful ,31 Mr. and Mn. Billy L, Jack- ing the election meeting were =- ., _ul ......
lon, Wahneta, daughter Jan. Magdalena Gig Ha. Scheme winners will receive a cash It._ ___ _....

of furniture-you can Alexander Aleta Brown, Shar- prize and have their compo. I..'...... e&,. -:.":i.t\'il.' aw.. NI, _0I1eoo
21.Mr. sitions In Southern' STATS C
buy no better any- and Mr*. Jerry L. Pilch- lene O'DonUI, Margaret Sharp published
Polk Jan. Sarah Laymon and Gall Kaplan > literary magazine The LAKELAND
ner, City, daughter, BEAUTY COLLEGE
where! Come in and Lakeland; Nadine RobIns Esplanade. First place

browse around. r1,' 22.Mr.. and Mrs. Brian W. Kathleen: and Jill Ann ner last year was win-I 111 I. P1.. St. MU .-..IIVALENTINE
Kerrick of Lakeland.
Danieli, Lake Wales, daughter Hall Winter Haven. -
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Jan. 23. Shelley Chapman a sophomore -
Mr and Mrs Chaffin E. from Lakeland, hal been i

Teal Jr., Haines City, ion, named to Mademoiselle maga
s Jan. %). zine' 1964 College Board,
k OPEN ., : Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Da- made up of coeds from campuses -

ANY EVENING vis, Auburndale, son, Jan. 24. across the United States
e .r Mr. and Mr*. Edward Bur- and Canada. Shelley now la Me

ton, S55 Avenue M, SE daughter eligible to compete for one of :

APPOINTMENT Jan. 25. the 20 guest editorships awarded I,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Gray- each spring to the top perfect

son, Bartow, daughter, Jan. entries. Shelley composed her
25. entry after Lucll Wynn, senior
Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. McCoy from Lakeland urged her to "

Atiburndale, son Jan. 25. enter the contest. At Lake-
need help? Mr and Mra. Frank P. land High School Shelley was Feb. 14thIS

Paris, Auburndale, son, Jan. editor of the literary maga-
zine Tam O'Shanter
25.Mr.
We offer the assistance of our expert and Mr*. Thomas Lee A new group of spring In-
Johnson, Auburndale daughter terns are preparing to go into
decorators to solve any of your decorating Jan. 29 Florida schools for their first

: : Color schemes furniture Mr. and Mr*. Marlon Lee
'. problems
.' McCall, Lake Alfred, daughter SUM TREAT YOUR PORTRAIT
styles, carpet texture, co-ordination Jan 28. Dieting can be pleasant. In

; ..c we'll be happy to help. Mr. and Mr*. Guy C. Wit- moat cases, cutting down on cal-
..rp ten, Lake Wales, daughter oric Intake melt off the pound
'iJl'l Jan. 26. gradually. And this gradual louis I 1 6yI

Mr. and Mn. Jack L. Jones the most permanent. You may i

Winter Haven daughter Jan. eat the food you like; just take lal iI

CIJJJftj 3iuutth CO. 27. smaller portions or substitute I
Mr. and Mn. Cleveland W. foods. For example an average I

Mills, Hickory, daughter Jan. slice of two. layer chocolate
ISTAIUSHID IN 19111 27. cake has 350 calorie while an

210 1 FLORIDA AVE. FREE PARKING NEXT DOOR FOR OUR CUSTOMERS Mr and Mn. Samuel P. average slice of angel food cake FTT

Shaver Lynchburg Road, aon, has IV 0. But. always consult ,.r

Jan. 27. your doctor before you diet.

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I Whot's Doing At LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Teh. 2. S.C
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University Of South ,florida Further PriceReductions


By CEUA WILLIS It. Concert are scheduled In '
Campus Correspondent the theater for 1.30; and ':30( r ,
TAMPA It* stature rising p.m. Th contracting of Si ona -
In leap and bound, this Zenuier and his IS.piece orchestra fi
year's Spring Spectacular at marks the first In a 1 45iY1'tz Ladies' Shoes
University of South Florida aeries of the popular "Big ,r
promises to be the best yet. Band" concert to be sponsor
One of the facet ed by the University Center, ,
I
of the fun- ?* Count Basle and his Orchestra Lft
00
I
filled weekend I I I. scheduled for a concert appearance e $
will be the !Intramural in March m ]

activities. I USF has received tti.tOO

The grant to conduct a seven.
fTyMRS. main I attraction week Summer Institute In

for sportsenthusiasts ; Biology for high school science II
will I I teacher. Forty high schoolteachers -
be the big bicycle from throughout the
race The | I United State will be selected AND00
bike race last I! to attend the Institute on the '
year was a CELIA LISP campus, June 19 through t t. r $
success and It July 31. Each will receive a 13
should be even better this year stipend under the grant
with the mileage increase
State Fair -.p., +
The Grand Prix of USF will\
be held today by the USF The USF Concert Band Ind'Jau !, 6
Sport Car Club. The event Is Lab Band will participate r Values to $14.95SNYDER'S
open to the public and half in two show at Florida
of the profit will be donated to State Fair. The shows will
the USF Education Fund. be staged in the fair grandstand
The tint In a monthly eerie in conjunction with the rA SHOE STORE
of one hour. television Gasparlll parade and the +
program on fine arts at the Ybor City night parade. 117 S. Kentucky Downtown Lakeland
University of South Florida Douglas Stuart Moore who
was seen on WFLA TV. The received the Pulitzer Prize In ,p, ,
program deal with the selection Music in 1951 will be a visiting
production and staging composer at USF during
of a play In the theater with February and March.: Moore'a
.'ROBERT LOUIS OUVERJO Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" "The Devil and Daniel Webs
used a*the play of illustration ter" wa the first opera by an fo iVe
Cinema Club American to be performed on e
fiVeroAllen.tt. The University Center Cinema the BBC In England "The .MRS JOHN SNYDER ROBINSON wVitt
/ Club has added "The Giant in the Earth" brought ,
Diary of Anne Frank." "The him the Pulitzer Prize in music. RobinsonMazzaCLEARWATERMIss
World of Suite Wong" "Bell .
Joseph's Catholic Church: Clarksburg W.Va. Boy" and "Eay Go" to their "The Catacomb," a folk-
we the seen yesterday morn Wedding music was presented the
list of film for this trimester. sing sponsored by Argos
Ingot the exchange", of'wedding by Mill Michaelene Fen- USF has finally entered the Center, was resumed last Josephine Lowell Thomas of St. Petersburg
vowi between Mist Barbara Anne Manna and John
chef organistMr. realm of intercollegiate activ Wednesday In the Argos genet was best man. Ushers
Patricia Allen and Rob Snyder Robinson of St. Petersburg
Allen gave his daughter room. Local talent was featured
ities. Now that one dill has were Rodney Harris of St. Pet
art Louie Ollverlo. The Rev, In marriage The bodice of her been graduated, the university amt the student body were married yesterday
ersburg and Bill Adklna of
Thomas Burni officiated. formal afternoon at Calvary
of Baptist -
gown Chantilly lace has been granted the privilege was well represented.
The newlywed will reside at and bombasine wa fashioned of participating bridge Last week found David Church by the Rev. 0. E. Largo, brotherIn law of
124 E, Walnut St., after a wedding with a basque waist and Sabrina competition with other college Touchton and Ken Kuykendall Burton pastor the bride.A .
trip to the Florida east) neckline trimmed with and universities. attending a night lecture on The bride Is the daughter reception was held in the
coast. The bride 1* employedby seed pearls and Iridescent Arnold Palmer and Jack business ethics Jim Ward of Mr. a nd Mra Samuel church: social hall. Among
Peoples Bank and the qulns. The\ bombazine overskirt Nlcklau can be '''1In a wasting time In the coffee MUll of 1(59 S. Frederica those assisting In the hospitalities
bridegroom by Davlson Chemical was caught up at Interval charity exhibition game at shop and Ted Albert tutoring Drive. Mr. and Mr. Snyder were Mrs Ted Enfin-
Company as a geologist t d reveal tiered lace ruffle the Palm Ceia Golf and the mixed' up math students Robinson of Highland City are get of Lake Alfred and Mrs.
Parent Of Couple *. A lace crown embellishedwith Country Club on Feb. 21 while Pat Noe and Judy Lawrence the bridegroom's parents. George McClelland of Highland
Parents of the couple are pearls and sequin held Ticket for the event may bepurchased were attending their assigned Music was presented by City.
Mr. and M,.. Sara V. Allen, her veil of illusion. White roses at the University Monday morning lec Alton Weston organist and After a wedding trip to
1118 W. Ruby St, and Mr. and snt 1 lily of the valley formedjritjMWear Center. All proceeds will go lures Mrs Michael Merchant, solo Miami Beach and the florIda ee
Mn. Frank S. Ollverlo of h Jwuquet to Easter Seals to help finance Recognition goes to Dr ist. keys, the couple will be /
Red Satin a functional home rehabilitation Henry Robertson this week. Father Gives Bride at 1732 N. Jefferson Ave w..ra.ar.a..wEXQUISITE
A street-length jacket dress center In Hillsborough Dr. Robertson received his
Ame.*| ,.". Italy/ new sad< oft red brocaded satin wa County. master' degree from Minnesota Given In marriage by her.
father the bride
nrqvi Items yea will always .?orn by the matron of honor The University Center program State He Is assistant gown of silk wore a witha formal Retired Teachers G
flue tacit .M.,i et old ,..*- *rr.i Gilbert Mora Jr. She. council has announceda professor In American Idea sweetheart neckline organza and DIAMONDSWEDDING
f.... a heart-shaped pillow two-concert performance of and Coordinator of Student three quarter length fittedIeevea. Field Trip Is Z y=
itchmg red satin topped SI Zentner and His Orchestra Advising In the College of Alencon lace appli
Silk W.**n It Feb. Basic Studies. Planned .
peppermint carnation to be held on campus ques trimmed with seed pearls Thursday $ A9S
BOOK MARKS to: e bride war also attended decorated the bodice and front SETS J7 UP
'M t Miss Janice Jones and Reporting OnFlorida of the bouffant skirt, which Retired Teschen Club of Com Set
35eSACIIUTS .' Edd. Dean who were had a chapel train. A crownof Polk County will meet Thurs
I fressed like the honor matron pearls held her illusion day at 11 a.m. at the New Our Handsome
m List Rlngdahl we flower State UniversityBy veil and she carried a car Civic Center parking lot. The ,
fjlrl. cade bouquet of while roses group will thin drive to Aubumdtle Selection of Beautiful Diamonds
1 The bridegroom was attend. for lunch at Sum-
step and Ivy, centered with a white
ed by his brother, John W CAROLYN ROBERT operation an Important orchid. mer'e Restaurant. 'I.

GOe.r Ollverio of'Dayton, Ohio: aa Campus Correspondent forward. for a. it Florlda'e will according oceanography Mrs Kenneth Waters was At 1 p.m.f they will tour NELSON'SJEWELRY
best Sean Frank S. OtiverioJr.'ef TALLAHASSEE Vicki to the director, "Increase her sister's matron of honor. the Minute Maid Plant.
rv. r. hANIIQU De Platae; III, also a Rodriguez of Lakeland has knowledge In the whole pec- She wore a street-length dressof In charge of the field trip
brother of the bridegroom and been chosen one of four FlorIda trum of sea industries of this emerald green taffeta and are Mrs Sam Collins president ,
Cspt Louts Oliverio of Ft. State University coeds to state." Oceanography was a carried a cascade bouquet of : Mrs Lee Padgett secretary 106 South Florida Avenue
wCorn. Belvoir, Va., his cousin were represent FSU on. "Mademoi new subject at Florida Statea mint green feathered carratlona ; and Mra. Dana G. Coe.
ushers, along with Peter and selle" maga few years ego. tied,with white streamers All Interested retired teacher J.it Iweffen for 29( years
Out Browse Clinton Peterson of Dade tine's fashion P.ii very are invited to attend.
City. brother of the bride board. The Two noteworthy event are
A reception was held at the member of the occuring during the first part
Polk Federal community room board chosen' -::; of February. "Love's Labour'sLost"
at Southgate. Assisting in the Shakespeare's delightful
from throughout j U.,
1 hospitalities were Mrs. H. B. the United' '. comedy, will be presented
; Theater In 1
Wooley Jr., Mrs. Steve Sutton States are toj 1St: by the University writer' .
of
Miss Karen Kramer, Ml** inform Mademoiselle w.;; _. t celebration the great anniversary.
400th birthday -
Pierre Lockhart. MU Lynda
at to the I
2015 POE ST. The other attraction Is
Franc Mr*. Paul H. Davis current college "-
All tr.. way out E. Main to Jr., Mr*. Mac Harden Mr. style and fern-] the NORAD considered Commander one of Orchestra ths
,
PkilllPl Station, right en Longfellow Donald Harden, Miss Nan !nine interest CAROLYN state-dance orchestras.
: to our sign Franklin Misses Janet and A* a board finest military who have !
Diane Rlngdahl, Miss Ann member Vicki will enter the Musicians
Give home a jiff too Miss Jerrie performed with such well.
your Richardson and competition for a guest editorship Final
known band a* those of Jim.
JOII8I. on the August editionof
Welk
the magazine. Members' my Dorsey, Lawrence
and Stan Kenton are among
were selected on the basis ofIIter.ry
and art ability and the pl.yen.uhl.nder.
knowledge of such things a* Shirley Mooney
OPEN HOUSEfor 1 cooking and fashions. ha* been chosen a chorus:

William Suit, a former Lake- member of the FSU production
lender 1 II currently studyingat of Bizet' opera "Car
FSU. William who was men." Composed In 1875 the Fall & Winter Merchandise from ollr'fcllllar

graduated from Okeechobee work given a cold shoulder
Beautiful Clothes High School after attending by Its first. audiences is now Stocli Including .
considered one of the great
school In Lakeland has pledged
Sigma Nu fraternity. est French operas Shirley also
'.. Carters I I. a member of the University
Student Selected Singers group which SUITS MILLINERY

Alpha Delta chapter of will tour Morida's east coast
122 S. Kentucky Ave. Kappa Delta Pi sorority a In early March. DRESSES SPORTSWEAR
Lakeland, Florida national education honorary, "What I* an American?" I I.
hat elected 85 students majoring the subject of an Interesting
.. In education or education- lecture series at Florida State.
r related studies to member At each lecture a professor
ship. Among the honored are gives his view on the thought-
Lena Murray of Bartow, past provoking question. La. tweek'
editor of the "Flambeau,"and answer a native of
Mra. Barbara Ready and Hamburg Germany, gave a ONE GROUP BOO
Linda Sedmera, Lakeland. new slant to the picture es she
Linda also Is a member of discussed the Immigrant' role
Delta Gamma sorority. in American history DRESSES
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity DRESSES
has won the IFC award for
the highest fraternity grade Home Falls

11 average.the Alpha Second Tan place Omegas wentto Top Cause L'i2' )

j among whose member are PRICE
2 $15
BUI) Fontess, Frank Foster Of Injury for
and a new initiate Dan BI,'

ley, all of Lakeland. NEW YORK Fall In and
) Sailing was topic A this around the house killed 19,800! REGULARLY
weekend as FSU hosted the
mid-winter meeting of the persons and Injured an estimated VALUES TO 39.95 24.95 TO 129.95
isbeUcviny
tccarb.g Southeastern Intercollegiate 1,000,000 more In the last

Sailing Associations SEISA ear, safety experts state
member met to discuss such Elderly persons led the list of

sailing-aligned subject as: victims with 10,800 of the fatall-
You will never know ell there II to be sold about Gulidcroftstyl. regatta procedure hull design
.-foahlowd spectacles until you hove worn your Own and and racing tactic The ties being of those over 73 years

know whet It means to combine style end comfort. Whot 1964 regatta schedule also waa I ol age. SMALL GROUP
better time to find out man NOW set. Representatives of member At least one-third of the deaths WINTER HATS
club came from as faraway and Injuries occurred when vie- COCITAILSFOnALS

T. Uk past keOr .....otIe as Nashville (Vanderbilt I lima tried to find their way JM

*? ..4 we *.' ..Iect..... (Sailing Tulane Club University) and New Sailing Orleans I I I about the house or ground In ; VorJS3sToSQ99 /2 PRICE I

4F* Club and USUNO Sailing I the dark, it wa pointed out.
a Peoples' Bank-Merchont" Plan ffj a Club.) The progressive new Safety engineer urge that per.
"::: F.N.B. Charge Plan -- school, Florida Presbyterian .on* responsible for the elderly
I College and University or are that they have a flashlight ,hsJly
South Florida, also were rep handy. REEd /J.I""J
HIGHTOWER OPTICAL CO. resented. "Not only provide a flashlight St h I A :/)/) 'A ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
Research Programs but be sure It will perform when /5 ttYVf ;f/ ON SALE MERCHANDISE.
University of Miami and needed," authorities declare ..,
(P.tk CenHtv's Only l Guild Optic"' FSU have announced plan to "As simple a precaution as ItII.

2011. ,Lemon St. Lakeland PH. MU 6-5065 combine their oceanographic I i, it will prevent many trage- 231 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE LAKELAND, FLORIDA
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Film Offers .'- LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. 2, ItCI _


PELTZ SHOES FALL AND WINTER Rose Tour .

:

And IdeasNEW

PRICE JUST ARRIVED. :
YORK Garden clubs
from our CUorwoter atore- rose societies and other groups
11/:2 1 hundred of pairs of Fall Shoes. can transport their memberson
a journey through the won
: I NOW w. hay. YOUR size and derful world of roses with show
SALE ings of the new 16mm color
width in stock. Hurry in film, "A Rose For You."
A cavalcade of the world's
f
finest roses, leading up to the we' r Y
1964 AARS winners Granadaand .
Saratoga, is a highlight of
High and Medium LowSTACKED the movie which presents some
of the most stunning color
close-up views of roses ever

DRESS HEELS HEELS captured The popular on film.IS: minute sound

motion picture which has just 9
been revised and brought up-to- c
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date with many new color sequences V
As is made available freeto
I groups of 30 or more by the
Low 500 Low $400 film's sponsor A 11 -America
As As Rose Selections MRS the
national pre testing organization -
that awards its AllAmericaRose
Selections honor each
year to the best performing t '
roses, Is the leading authorityand :
educational group on rose }q Aq
ENGLISHWALKERS FLATS growing In the nation.
The movie, produced by an
Academy Award winner captures
the story of today's mod- *
ern roses In brilliant color photography
/ '
The film offers new Ideas In / dle S
AND OTHER landscaping, I In using roses
Low $300 creatively in the garden and in
arrangements, aid illustrates
WALKING SHOES As step by step planting technique
"
a seen from "root level.
The birth of a new rose variety
Foil Styles from pollination to the final, a ,V 1 4 ,
grueling 2 year AARS trials is A
Only p EE Pz an entertaining feature. J. :
Shy sr Groups which have a 16mm __ __ .
$788 FAMOUS BRAND movie projector available can
Only book the film free through the DIAMONDS GO TO THEIR "E.IDS-Here are examples of hats created ,fey' Parisian
All Sales Modern Talking Picture Service fashion houses for their spring collections Top from left: from Castillo an inverted water
.N.B. 130 S. KENTUCKY AVi. P.B.M. 714 Spring Street. NW. lily in white organdy is crowned in black velvet with diamond flower; Lanvla created olive
final Oilier Ptlli" Snots Ii* Cfterwoftr end St. Petersburg Atlanta 8, Ga Allow at least green hat with upturned brim lined In American Beauty baku straw, trimmed with red rose
three weeks for the play date and diamond rosebuds Bottom, from left: Lanvin fashioned this cherry red baku straw fedora
and furnish an alternate showing with dark red carnation and diamond leaves and evenly. mask of black horsehair.attachedto
date. black lake with diamond pinwheel. by Jacques Le BrJgant.; (AP Wirephoto).
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Paris' Baimain Shows .

SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
Baffle Jacket Suifs

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By LOUISE HICKMAN \ ,fabric bordered Jackets, wii
Associated Press Fashion Write I ? used for collars and cuffs and '

PARIS un Battle jack ribbon bows, Suit skirts and
suits and costumes were featured ,, slim tubes often were markedt
", by Balmaln In Paris the .waist with a short

showings of spring. and sum, bred ,strip' hat released'anldgen
mer fashions of front fullness.
Slim and slightly ribbon autifully 'colored mohair
belted, the Balrnain battled 11 In faint stripes and bas-
jackets 'skimmed along the keft weave checks stood out.
body In front and tied at the ThA came in gradations of
natural waistline. Backs werea spell or coral, and in com-
BROTHERS bit longer, straight or shell- binarifcs like apricot and
'.. ,,l -.11 ......'... -. J ,...., a a..a p'. Circling Und_ y ooral Ink end"copper, blue
.- -.. military bands.JIIII'" Impor and gr. .
tant. Skirts were narrow. I,With Furs
pillows The battle-Jacket look cameIn
.' sleep light mohair tweed thin Fun wit ;iurs Included collarlets .
s. wool jeweled linen wlsphy kirtino jackets I a
chiffon and white mink. white mink II( white otter
Some straight skim my double button* In shiny
: regularly 4.98 coats and dresses had set* brasi There P a navy
in ribbon belts, often In lea. broadtail suit wit \puI.ycat. _>
sale! 2 for 6.97! ther that rose to the waist bowed white organ .hlrt /\... ?'
In front, for similar effect. Balmain eveninfw*
Effect were mostly white, mostly
New Pleating
heavy guipure lace)Jor JewePy
Regular size 21/27 Dacron polyester fiber filled sleep pillows. Balmaln coats were' seml- ed tulles and orgarfzas Summery
F Light in weight, completely odorless. White polished cotton fit In front,. straight in back. coral and turquoise jew
Dresses under coats and jack- eling predominated.
covers Red Tag quality which means plumply filled to DuPont's ets were semi fit tubes shaped In a sea of classic evening
specifications. with crescent ..eamln,. looks, Jerseys were exciting

.. ., ,.. -.. -_.. They had scoop necks, tiny Tank top tubes in coral
'"
>, 'J kimono sleeves Many were orange or coral pink wool
,- .1 '.' in linen. Jersey went under jackets of
s In light crunchy wools or fur or Jeweled
: .,.-f \ matching jer
l thin wool crepes, Balmain did sey. A white silk jersey tube
..f f" J slightly irregular ; seven .eighths coat or tunic was the complement of the
skirts In a straight fall of white mink battle-jacket
\ '.; t ,, ,v 'if "fluffy dry" dish towels crisp flat box pleating. This Heavy white cotton jersey was
.. .. unbulky pleating la beginning used in a strapless debutante
..
to look significant.Shirred princess sprinkled with petals
_... t I if perfect 69c tubing in matching and crystals

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wJ The softest, drylngest dish towel ever! All cotton. 0 thick and
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Maas' Domestics and Linens
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Traditional or contemporary crystal patterned with sparkle,
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much, much more. Available in goblet, sherbet, Ice tea., |Juice, 4

; cocktail, wine, cordial and salad plate.

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Mn. Jtlyort, bu active In the pint Methodist State Association of Supervisors and advanced shorthand students ..
,been darn I.. a"1"W mae of'Add Church taught a Sunday of Registration and who want to increase the .wtr .
\of<- ..rl': school .claaa, and for I.
ntlnu.In more has served'as secretary and speed at which they take dietitian : '.
191 dueled by the than 10 yean was in charge
are invited to attend e I.i"
on various committees She
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0 Club She was a member of Woman was featured in organization's shorthand clinic sponsored by ::
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Wkiryt ''of accompl 'a Society of Christian publication as one of the Lakeland chapter of the f Jf ..
) area are Service Its best known and most esteemed National Secretaries: Association r't' a I
;, \ recog. During World War H aha deputy 'UpervllOrioMn. .
.: served as: volunteer worker Work Is a member of Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 11, I'f l
in War Price and Rationing Polk County Democratic
the clinic: will be held
pal nt :'S6' t boM"nRegir Board; was an accredited Woman's Club and a sustaining every
I Polk member of Florida Girl second and fourth Tuesday
trgdotl for (Jaunty by member-of the Democratic -
Gov,.flarris Bryant A biogph Volunteers affiliated with; Party of the United during February March April
>;W5 iU week's Woman U. '. Citizens Service Corps; States, She Is a charter and May from 7:30 to 1:30:
bf Avld A'ellt; as prepared tomp'eted' \courses In First' member of League of Women p,m. at Lakeland Business In- ....
n aji lhCl unsortng| club. civiccommittee Aid and was a member of Voters of Lakeland end stitute on Lake Win Drive. t.'.
.tI.t1i4i a folaowta the Ambulance Corps She served two terms as presi Controlled speed dictation I t
; 'i.\ *was also a member of Wontanfs dent. Mn Work compiled sessions will be held each ,"
Mn:Wfcrjc has lived In Polk Victory Organization and booklets. ,"They Represent meeting, until a speed of 120 t-o.
County lor 37 years 18 served as Its president You" listing all city,, county words per minute (conversation n
yean In Bartowgnd la Lakeland Mrs. Work Is a charter state and national candidates speed) Is attained r ::
for \btP.lastl9. For 27 member of Crlckette Club of their places of residence Carey Calhoun of the Lakeland y 4 r.
,year V:this .Urn* she ,has, Bartow a service dub composed and the expiration date Business Institute staff :'
.e"J of business of their of will conduct the meetings and
ass chigf identity.M tile and professional term office These (
'f>fffqp f of' RegistratiotC -;. women. were paid for by the Leagueand be available for consultation. "
In Lakelwsnd. Mn Work, distributed by League Checks In payment of the r N
She fc, idpe1iO of Core, ;1* a member of Pint'Methodist members to "voters.Mn (4 registration fee for the cline ,,
date r fieTt a' \ st WjtK member of Marlon Norris serving 'as a" member of the Lakeland chapter National
>lds.* MHjtaieua. ,Clemen-, Group Wesleyan Service: board of directors of the Polk Secretaries Association International
tat)" OfaWjlrfl'ojttVtho' UnVersto |- Guild, a unit of Woman .Society .. County School for Retarded and mailed to Jean
,alt, ')tefda.'ffl\e\ taught of Christian Service, Children and also as a memo Ksrdos. P.O. Box 73, Bartow .
In P (tlsgtents ryechookifdrgyt where she served as president ber of the board of directorsof Advanced shorthand students ,.
,.and for, and In,other offices and the Polk County Unit of may register at half-price, It ApAimcodbcrnnecopeaI
Col, is presently serving as secre the American Cancer Society, was announced. Registrants
:.;" 'it+ tary. She is a permanent memberof are to state name address, I ,A0 J
I .In a ii trot She Is a member of the Coordinating Council of firm or school.
..r;;>_"..'.. Women's Organization of iaButtons
Lakeland ,having served as
president, vice president, Costumes-
Lakeland/
program chairman secretary -
and parliamentarian She Qpmkud(
was chosen "Woman of the Anytime A City Of Beauty
Year" of Lakeland for 1861. :! ? Nine! Count them they
Life MemberShe
holds a life membership AnywhereNEW 12th In A Series add up to that wonderfully casual, more

in the Sorons Club of than .slightly tailored look you adore.
Lakeland, and as a memberof YORK (NEA) High-stepping Diane Coleman Is head
Mostly because it flatters sot! No one
the Public Attain Department When two or more hems are I majorette of the Lokelond High School you
of that organization assisted teamed together for a total Bond. If the bond Is successful in Its cur- will blame you for coddling yourself with

1 1e,0q Commerce the local In Chamber signing up of turns"look we And arrive the co.tume1m.at the "cos. rent fund raising drive, comely Diane will gently Petispun a luxury basket-
i Itrut before the student musicians as they
classes of women for an "Ac up for every time of day this march in the Cherry Blossom Festival Parade weave of Imported pure white lambs wool
tion Course in Practical Politics spring This Is apparent from
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," sponsored by the Na the collections shown In New in Washington April 11 I. A majorette by Bataldi, In the most festive colon!
tional Chamber of Commerce York this week. since she was on eighth grader, 17-year- 6.18".49.98. '
There are tweed coats with old Diane Is now a senior at LHS. All of
I She Is a member of the matching paisley sheath Diane's "spore" time Is spent practicingwith Msai Coats
J. National Federation of Business dresses for daytime wear silk her baton or the clarinet she plays .n
l and Professional Wom dresses designed to be worn the school's concert bond. She is the
en's Clubs and is serving her with coats of the same color In daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. B Coleman,
r- second term as president of contrasting fabrics Dresses 850 LakeKurst. (Ledger Photo By Harper),
the Lakeland club. that have their own jackets areas
Also a member of Pilot popular as ever
Club International, she served For late afternoon and early
as president of the Pilot evening, the costume comes Into
Club of Lakeland and is its own in both silk and organdy Please Call For Your Photos
membership chairman boldly printed with bios-
With all her activities Mrs aoms Some sheath dresses are Engagement and wedding pictures published lathe
Work Is also a housewife and topped with short Jackets, LEDGER should be called for within 10 days
maintains a home at 917 S, others have their own full after publication.
Mississippi Ave., with her length coats And there are The LEDGER cannot be responsible for picture aoi lane r
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Sunday-LAKELAND Feb. 2, IW4 LEDGER-,; Duffey-CLements Lamed-Nicholson Church Women Schedule



Meetings And WorkshopsWinter
Custom MademmmrrID The engagement of Miss BRADLEY The engagement

I Gerald O. of Miss Margie Joan
Brenda to
Duffey Nichol Haven Zone of the pastor of the Church of the
Lamed to Adrian Niel
Clements hit been announcedby Lutheran Women's Missionary Resurrection, will speak on
son, son of Mr and Mrs J. L
I the bride-elect's pirents, t has League will have an officers "Ecumenical MO\08r'lInt.! St.Morgaret'l .
Nicholson of Brewster, Y'
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Mr. and Mrs. William W been announced by her parents training workshop at St Paul chapter members
Lutheran 3020 S. Flor- will be hostesses
OR READY MADE Duffey Jr., 1903 Clvltan Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A Church.
ida Ave. from 10
Tuesday FIRST BAPTIST
Mr. Clements Is the ion of Mr Lamed
will be an .m. to 3:30 p.m. Woman's Missionary Society
FREEINSTALLATION Wedding plans
and Mrs. A. C. Clements, 510 nounced.A Mrs. Joseph McCausland of No. 1 meets Tuesday at 10:30

W. Magnolia Lakeland tone president, will
a.m. In D. H. Sloan chapel,
1962 of Mulberry
The couple will exchange graduate conduct the workshop which luncheon served at noon. Mrs
vows on March 8 at Olive High School, Miss Lamed wasa is held to give training and Pridmore will
Boyd preside
member of the HomecomingCourt
Street Baptist Church. to the of-
r' leadership league Mrs. Carl Samson will conduct
Miss Duffey was graduatedfrom / Student Council, girls'"M" 1 ficers.
on "The Chaplain
Lakeland High School Club and Future Home- F Seven Lutheran churches In and program His Work.

where she member of makers of America. She alto the the
was a Ridge area comprise Others are the
participating
the DCT She Is employed asa ;d was head majorette for Is three Winter Haven Zone. They include Rev. Arthur Rich, pastor Mrs.

lab assistant at Lakeland ;' years. The bride-elect em : Faith Lutheran in Se- Thomas Nicholson Mrs L A.
General Hospital. ployed by W S. Badcock Corp bring Lake Wales Lutheran
Gibson Mrs Herman Stanley
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Mr Nicholson was graduated SIO PAULSON
Mr. Clements Is a graduate Grace Lutheran, Winter Ha. Mrs Robert A. Smith Mrs.

of Paxon High School In Jack in 1962 from Mulberry ven: St. Paul Lutheran Lakeland Black, Mrs William

ionville He la a radio dli- High football School where basketball he letteredIn and t: ; Christ Lutheran, Lakeland Bouton Eugene and Mrs. Fred Martin Unify Church

patcher at Lakeland Police De : Our Redeemer Lutheran Music will be by Mrs. Elvis

-partment. MISS BRENDA DUFFEYPOLLY'S baseball.the boys'He was"M" a Club memberof and MISS MARGIE EARNED Plant Bartow City.; and Hope Lutheran Wilkinson Speaker To Be '

Key Club. Mr. Nicholson Is American Cyanamid Cont."soy. FIRST METHODIST
POINTERS Here Thursday I
employed in Brewster by Lakeland area church wom Marlon Norris Group of

en's group scheduled to meet Wesleyan Service Guild meets Unity Christ Church will
Take Aid tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at homeof '
Tiny Sewing this week are:
SHOP AT HOME! Dundee Social NewsDUNDEE ALL SAINTS' Mill Donna Richards, 2717 sponsor an address by J. Slg

Woodland Hilts Blvd. Mrs. Paulson of Unity School of
EPISCOPAL
Our Consultant Will DEAR POllY-An empty er on the lower part of the .
cohostess.Program S
Churchwomen Zola Guilford Is Christianity Thursday at
Call at Your Home lipstick case filled with cotton big sweater and the ribbing Mr. and Mrt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waters Episcopal "Inner City Needs," ,
chapters wilt have a Joint at the Civic_Center Theater
Assortment of Print makes a nice needle and of one Is the ribbing for the Cecil Clark have announced visited In Wauchula with the faceting tomorrow at > p.m. will be presented by Mrs. p.m. He
Mirror Drive.
pin holder.-ALICE. other. If there are no side the engagement of their I former's brother-In law and The Rev. Thomas J. Burnt Ethel Trueblood. Lake "

With a Large GIRLS-Alice's hint would seams to the adult sweater daughter, Lena Pearl, to Phil sister Mr. and Mrs Adolph will speak on "A Present Out

make a good travel accessory. lip Newton Garrett, son of of the Fast. .
and Solid Colors. I
the sleeves for the small Barrlnger, and family
one DATE BOOK
POLLY. Mrs. Ethel Garrett of Lough. .
He !Is expected! to Jell.some
can be cut from what la left man. The young couple were Weekend visitors at the I experiences tie had recently J

Dial 682-6131 DEAR POLLY I have a on the sides. Cut straight educated In the local schools, home of Mr. and Mrs John ynsuduu Centers and

quick way to make a child's across the top from shoulder and Mr. Garrett is employedby Larson and children In Lakeland I' 171Jt. dfD JJD ? visiting Unity

sweater from an adult'i discarded to shoulder of the new sweater Holly Hill Fruit Products were Mr. and Mrs. M. groups In Europe.and Nigeria.
Inc. Mr. P.ul.on'.as ordained
MATHEROF one. Measure the child and then cut the front neck M. Griffey. MONDAY Tess Or AM51CA/5 fu\ : '
for length waist and sleeve- Visiting during the week .I 30 p m. .5.45.VtttSANO Too.OS. Mule bondrt1O1. In 1957, He1># uf served Unity
lower. Sew shoulder WMS MeetlWomen'l LANIUkND ART GUILD. art claeaIn ,
length. Cut a paper pattern seams together with her brother in law and oil palnUni Hill iii. end porU.lt OP WORD Was I, pulpits In St.: Ibuis, Mo.. and
then the sleeves In sister Mr. and Mrs. Drew from 9 .n. l. ooon it a< mI111arNflan VBA, IMPERIAL POLK COUNTYABBACKB
and lay it on the big sweater put .
LAKELAND INC. Missionary Societyof Sullitlr., Lodwlek Airport.Ctmrleii OIB and ftUIlllftrir. C0 New York City. He is presently
Cut through the front and backat armholes and Wallace were Mr. and Mrs. IDfttruetor' ered .. 13 30 B'' m. 1MunelladlN.uildbs '
finally
sew Dundee Baptist Church met OPTIMIST CLU' OF LJtKILAND, Civic Center.BiulneH .
Massachusetts Av minister of Unity
120 N.
the same time. I lay the sleeves and body all togetherwith O. B. Starling of Live Oak. at the home of Mrs. Andreitte S:45 P m at Crvnt MoiUurMitSINIOBS MMlOft. will follow 011I1D..II.jOa. serving as
SOCIAL CLUB mertlnft
pattern for the smaller I sweat- small stitches on the sew The Starlings! also visited another noon lor covered di n l luncheont Village Chapel at Unity'sWorld
honor her witha
: Magnuson to .. .0 ... THURSDAYtAKILANB
-- -- brother.law and sister 1 ., MMnollft ., Clan in Lee's
ing machine. Remove binding her headquarters
surprise on 80th
from the neck of the big sweat Mr and Mrs. George Butler birthday anniversary party Crl'TMLlfH NAMS NTN,COURT a .. m. ft at, rt.uiieenMaftonlr 05055Or m, at Th. Cadt LIONS H*>CLUB...r...at.. 19 ISB Summit, Mo. He also is co-

and to the neck of and other relatives here. TempleJUNIO LASILAN. ART .UILO, 0 department
er apply of the Unity Field
WILrARI LIAOUB. S director
Johnson who ,
The Rev. Carl hour for elkllom .b oosoioe ana
TWIN BED the newer and smaller one. Mr. and Mrs Barney Saunders for .. N.. Si LekeleDd. Us Nunwr. SOL palntint .raup oilS El l,e model, and and visits Unity Centers
has known Mri. Magnuson N. NeabctAn. Mlu
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oil aiD CorneJIftMeniM
Leggings can be made from and children have return. many years, made a short TWISDAVLAKILAND bolt 'MlJO P.-. aV TtBerlown here and abroad.
the sleeves of ed their home In (tudkMfor .
a large sweater. to Waycross,
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speech and a social hour was ." CLU'
Cut off the rounded tip at the I Ga., after visiting for several m.A'K Lob..nd, Wnman' C'ub Miflor'crllMn. of Lakeland and BACK TO BACK
SPECIAL held. Refreshments broughtin a L" N D TOA.T."n.R"CLUa : i
L friend will meet at Teen Mldwar *
top of the sleeves (the days with Mrt. Saunden'parents Marrtiele .......u.
remainder I servedto { 7pm at nor noY51t1. Brlni Few take the time to give
by the women, were :nOd: .
ranl Anr one mar tola.LAKILANO bllruiOYhM
of the Mr and Mrs. J. D. OWS ; lunch back.
shaped the But.
upper I 20 guests. Mrs. Magnuson ART waler rolor Th. public la InfllMlCITMUS much care to
cl... .. 9 30 ft m admtnlalra--
sleeve will be I
sewn togetherfor Ogle. ftlWAMIS. All baring
was given a birthday cake and tin, bullets Lodwlrk Airport with CINTBP with fashion designers
a crotch seam) make a Visit Brothers gifts. She also received flowers "lAKILANO fxeSSBHime\.V} ,. pm ANNA N '.II tS8 "a'SWu. 17M. backs and exposing more should-

casing at the top for elastic to and S'30 pm..t the e.rtel ReelauranlLAKILAND Eofliehotpn'alir:: : :' a n Nomlnvt.Ini alts. ers it is essential that theM
from her daughter-in- room. \
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Daniel son ROTARY CLUB, 11 IS ..........
run through, and you have apall' law in pm at the C.rt't Re.tftiii.nt, cotnrollUe \ areas get a fair share of beauty
visited Chicago. ILLINOIS TOURIST CLUB. covered OHIO CLUB. aiBlft*
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with BOOB
Mrs.
of for Mulberry When use a
bathing
warm leggings
a dish lunt In basement ulldlnf. Civic Center Bririi n'Vered treatment.
youngster.-MRS G. K, tt sad tabl. eer.lce.VCollaf back brush or ft stimulating
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Silver Tea will be observed soul 'ann.AtrUOIICAN provided
In law, Mr and Mrt. Ru. ...CUTIV. CON.MITTtI TII"VaL.Ra 'T"" CLU. loofah sponge. Smooth a creamor
lolph Pearce and brother when the Dundee Parent. ,OP POLKflr COUNTY... .. 1.:Mark pm. .n'..1 at MaanollftBummer null Ina shoulders to
lotion
OrriLLOMiB over
a m t Federal Ct.IO C.n.... msetUug .Od ,CO Ndoh I your
jitha: Pearce. Teachers Association meets in ,a. CLua OF IM..RIAL ARIA, IIlnner '. l.... rid them of any rough spots.T'ssscaasa ,
730 FMO Corp C.nd monet
Mr. and Mrs John Souder- the school auditorium Thurs l. t lo pm be ( In, Mn W. O. runknd .RTI.ID TUACHISS Clue 0 s i .'
..... terse.... BoWrU are bwl"LAKSLANO HL" COUNTY moot It It S m
.1 lund of Miami have been visitIng day. : St $5. Clube Center Snob 10'.0 .
WATER SKI CLUB, sp N Peiuur.nl.. AuhBrk; St. David's
c l= friend In Dundee. Basle Training m at Civic' Crntr d.1., to, lunod.on mi toura f
Visitors at the home of Mr. SOROCIS CLUB, nut-rroom tla[ ft* 7110.1. Mold pi.oL I '
Cloninger son of Mr. I 30 m lit eluhhoierICNAPTER MICH'O"N PICNIC. .taM.1t EpiscopalChurch i\
2 MATTRESSES ind Mrs. D. E. Ogle were his Joseph ": M.: OROSReieruuve noon ftt Manollft Bulldlr. paid
ONLY and Mrs. 0. C. Cloninger has Op TN. .*s T5N 'TAR. 5 p..... StYsnnlr Cenur. for ba.ket dinner IIrln. 145 l.B..B4Ml Dr.
son-In-law and daughter, tabl I .,.'
T.mDle. Mrvlr and dl"II lo pftM. Co >i>
completed basic training at .. CLIIS .
WOM. 1I..UaLIC" lea furnumcdSOUTHLAND IVefcomti' roll
2 MATCHING Mr. and Mrs. Bob Porter and .
board m..uni. 9 :30 a m at -
family of Lakeland. The For- Lackland Air Force Base home ol ..... J. P. .......... 219 BB'cMArr .t,,,... meetlnl at LODOI 7 JO SM.p m. rAAM bem.pllllcallon __ SwTVHMM -

BOX SPRINGS $5888 ers': daughter, Mrs Dale Sper- Texas, and will now go to "Rdw, ..10 SUTIRMOOD, will b*of eonlerredUNMILANB DeHalar. flown lecture fch-rcl.' ..10 A.M., 10:45 A.M.
' Chanute Air Force Base III., 1 m. at horn ol Mm. Robert School ..*S ....
0 1 &C1fa. ) BHIKAM LOeolair Church
f< peon, will leave this week for 5 S21 Ch01.r Drlo
12 STURDY LEGS for training as a flight train. tountri CluB eommunl. f B*Wf d *...
building: :::
German, where she and her tVIONISDAVLAMfLAND tr Ooir view P.lei ..J.,- r1.51.w
husband expect to be stationed Ing equipment specialist Joaeph SHRINf CLUB. Bwttat LADin AUXILIABV, OBOSft) Tb .-
No Money Down Easy Terms is a 1963 graduate of the Km Club at u 15 p m OP BAILWAT ClubNDYCTORO. S
for three years. LAKILANO ART CLUB, oil pant .pm at Borml. _
OPEN DAILY 7 TO 6 I Recent guests at the homeof Haines City High School. & &Inar00tott.t 10 iTpViS.m. tTtiM "
of
Evenings By Appointment Pvt. Boyd Ivey son Mr. i Commit IA.n4.st .mA
Mr. and Mrs. James Free
olf REVIVAL
and portrait !.r. .IInttruri.m pftlnu
and Mrs. Toy Ivey, will leave toolfrom mrl
SAT. TILL NOON,, I PARK AT THE DOOR r man were Mr and Mrs. A. this week for Germany wherehe Holdtr 1 lo ,10 portrait p Intlructlonwim t IICriarle.
Willis and children of OoldVborouih. 1 Jodibulldla.JOPall .
Chicago.Mrs. Murrer
BEGINS FEB.
GOSPEL KEYS TRIO will will be with the Eighth at admlnliu-.uoft .. 2-7:3oVjIGHTLY

FREE Diuvtn THROUGHOUT row COUNTY be featured at the youth and Juaneta Phillips has Overseas Replacement Com ::: AirportINOIPINOINT: CHOIR Or ODD \

children crusade starting returned to her home in Silva at Nuremberg I p m. at 1MV Hall IeIn"IO' CfflBVcfe fmi QUINN
N. C. after visiting with her pany .
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Tuesday at Medulla Assemblyof House guests of Mrs. Lee C".II C" DUO BIBTKIteXMID,
aunts Mrs Alma Golden and noon It home of Mrt. Our Oolle, TOMMY ::"?:"
God church. Services will brother In. Trait"SLNORA
WYNN MATTRESS Williams are her 401 Mtnnehah. *
Mrs. Minnie Hunt Mrs. Phillips RIBIKAH LOO.I. I Ymen BeHd aV .ih "'t1Nil
be held nightly at 7:30: o'clock law and sister, Mr and Mrs. pm. .t Country DM School *J3 B.ndld.le < / "W::.r,1.. M k .."TSITVeJ! 1
also visited a sister, Mrs. IoomnnUK.UND en..I.", ." .. II '. ... ...
through Saturday. The trio Joseph Williams of Melrose.Mr. ..,
CHAPTa5 eU05 rN a evliriMea 'n Mpilin 4U -
Jo Love Jackson, In Winter BUIM Armv 'n'Mn.e n7V* .Ift**
from
& UPHOLSTERING CO. Grand Rapids, Mich, Haven. and Mrs George Butler Pt. Bermmt. Oe. fr eeWf XTTiered
will ,5 1M wk M .., XiX.VA'w.
feature Scotte of
Gospel puppets, and Mrs. Jane
.. lloenaMl M or..... I -.>Jlrel
flannelgraph stories, object Winter Visitors lando accompanied by Religious Groups'Meeting at *
M27 N.. AukurndBlB MU I.49I2
Hwy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peele of 01"1 wam.w t y
lessons, chalk drawings contests Butler's mother, Mrs yy
and prizes I Benton Harbor, Mich., have Butler of Cambridge Ga. aoNO luei
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of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Butler's mother and Mrs. PASTOR Ii

"JII1IrJJt: 'DC1Jt1Jt1JJtIII.IVJtrJ1rJt1,1J\ : : Mrs. Peele have been winter Scott's aunt Mrs. Andreitte helplul PRAYER prayer P05 a TN'momwit DAY-Tar of medl.LOOO a. DAVID MAT
and wor.hip an at Ibe
visitors here for several -
years. Magnuson. dan ec sight Dtd { I'I.l'i.
House guests at the home of CALVARY BAPTIST CHURC
t y t9 22nd ANNUAL Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nyberg Returns Home BAPTIST SIMVICtS TODAY POP TNI .

ire Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brownof Mrs. Grace Stripling has returned sEA, Or..,h POL"Bundar CoVNTYfund.5,1,001 at t 4ft t m.1., Cable' Read Bstween Rifle Range Read. And Lake Met

Ih' ::1 Sawyer, Mich., who will from Tampa where woraltln ..rrtN:, v.ry M.ond Sun-

rtsit a daughter In Hlaleah before she visited her sister Mrs. dan Churnri at. .3 cornrr pm."at."'u Inwood. u and B.ptl.l not I
t FABULOUS St WlnUr HIM rllow hlp bout
returning home. Other Phronla Arnold. '
.III,\ follow I woriihl afnrli-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nyberg Visiting this week with Mr. CUB way BINO.HO CONVIN.
SALE Bkrland' BepUlt, Church,
FEBRUARY were Mr. and Mrs. Aurie and Mrs. Allen Knowles were luncheon at nooa followed b> ..in.litMS .- T TECRUSADE

) Hansen and Mrs. Ruth Ron. her brother-\In-law and sister, I'e CH51OT14 410 IIAr.p,m. WalUlMTION

FABRIC t quest all of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Corum of vir'll'n.'fnyoid., 9MNmlTle'it/h"'L'ao...

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Tampa. .T. PAUL LUTHIRAN., church:
Information .1... for adulta, 4 p m.I
:. W David Blackwelder and family Frank Golden, who Is employed Junior' : TII.L": \-llIfror: : S Communion 30..
were Mrs Boyd Tucker and at Patrick Air Force at 1 10 and 10 30 B e.
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36 Cotton Belisle of Haines City. Alma Gulden APOtTOLIO BIBLI .0NOOL I
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EYELET "' > CLOTH Poly..t.r and Cotton suodl5r0onl /
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Il1t E MRS. ALICE CUNNINGHAM Is observing her 98th birth

156 cxieso w r day anniversary today by attending services at Parkview Baptist Lake Wire Church of Christ

CHARGE IT Church. After the service her family will meet at the

home of Mrs. Cunningham's daughter Mrs. C. C Plemons Lake Wire Drive at Oak StreetU

SIB El Paseo, for a picnic meal. Mrs. Plemons' mother has

lived with her 22 years (Ledger Photo-Perkins)

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-B.INYNURSERIES


By PEGGY BROWN fa Fresh Outlook On Life.


IO& UKPKNY en. I LET OUR TRAINED BEAUTICIANS
By JOSEPHINE!: LOWMAN
J.A Garden ColumnistHere's
I FIND YOUR PRETTIEST STYLE
Being in a rut will age us
A AS29.t t' '
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surely and rapidly. Doing the ar Lrr.

1 .. same things, day after day, Beauty starts with the
with no new Interests or new
hair. '
way you wear your
4 ?n v thoughts added, eating the
Our stylists can help you
same food. fixing our hair the

\ fact'' .' same way, using the same look your best ,
t
SUSHU, How To Get cosmetics, seeing the s a m e Now ostoeloted with '

IN CONTAINERS, few people, and wearing the
Flowers same kind of clothes, will cur beauty salon
ShowShapeThe really make us old when we ELEANOR BOTTINO
NEVER UNDERSOLD should be In the prime of life.
ond our regular scoff
beginning of February seems to tell the
G.II.. It is a strange paradox that
C tel inw whole plant world that the dormant season is almost often just when a woman has ALICE OILIER

AZALEAS4g over. Both gardens and gardeners begin to the leisure or the money to UVERNE HARRIS
take branch out Into a new interesting ZENAIDA GONZALEZ
on malt of expectancythis between the thumb and forefinger
life she allows the walls .
month. Spring flower pick out the little leafy EVELYN COOrERMIRROR .
of her house to close In on
> Each shows are Just a few weeks growths that come In each
her. Rather than expandingthe
10 for 4.50 away, and many of us will be leaf axil. Remember that
horizons of her life, she
busy from now until then your competition probably will BEAUTY SALON
lets them shrink
LIGUiTRUM working with the plants we ex be disbudded properly. .
Routine and
4 For $1.00CLOSED 29f- pect to enter. Sweet peas will be bigger of monotony whether are it apart .OIl".IILY LAaatAss TeRllAee SSAWTV SALON
Job
every
Here are a few suggestionsfor and better If you pick the
be homemaking or a career. 224 S. MISSOURI MU 2.1315
putting your flowers in flowers as soon as they open.
Tedious work is the forebearof
SUNDAYS show shape If you have your This keeps the vines in top
eye on blue ribbons for your production and makes the many of our most sparkling

gladioli, stake them against period of blooming linger songs greatest and literature.poems Some and our of Smooth moisture bacK'

possible strong winds. Applya Nasturtiums are so easy to
well known and
the long-loved
side dressing of nitrate of grow because they bloom pro- P
foods the best, and no new into
are Winter-Parched Skin !
soda to encourage long spikes. fusely in relatively poor soils. friends can take the place of your
Protect plants against high But if toward flower show
_
the old friends. However
humidity and temperatures time, you notice a decline In
by a shade of plywood or muslin vigor water them with a every palate will profit from a

E5fill! For exhibits, forget about solution containing one level new recipe and every mind it '
stimulated view-
by a new
_
the gladioli corms and cut tablespoon ot nitrate of soda
long stems at or below ground to a gallon of water.There's point.
crab apple level. Cold storage of spikesIs Still TimeIt Same Kind Of Clothes

Chinese elm not recommended as a Is still time to plant roses. Even with changing fashion,

holly general practice. They are entering their grow. many women get into a rut
lombordy Cut Early If Hot Ing season this month and by wearing the same kind of
poplarmagnolia If the weather should turn three important duties are clothes always. Rememberthat
hot and sunny, as it often cultivation, fertilization and r ri +eloto
you can type yourself
does this month in Florida, disease control. and 1 i ik it
colors
silver maple with the clothes
cut the spike when the lowest Time to plant calsdmms.You .
scarlet maplered you wear Just as you can with
-aI bud flowers are fully open. Keep will find the bulbs arriving your mannerisms. A certain
them in a north window In now. In 6-8 weeks after amount of this is smart if a
sycamoresweet deep cc tamers of cold water. planting, caladiums begin woman has real know how SOMETHING NEW You may be able to add sparkle to

gumpersimmon If 1'N.are vying for top practically a lifetime of concerning what is most flattering your personality and feel younger by simply adding something ,
pUU with carnations, beginn friendship with their owners. to her. If a certain new to your wardrobe like this woman who Is considering a
peor If to disbud them. Removet Once planted they come up color Is especially so she is purchase.

fig small flower buds which unaided every ingle year wise to wear It often. However

a rear between the leaf and thereafter. They ask for little there may be other shades yourself out of a rut is to never dreamed you could
i simon's tt>l tem as soon as possible care and yet provide color which are equally '0. and put yourself In the hands of a wear and that your current Velvet of Rosesdryskin
Aim now on until the each spring and
up day summer.
which she has not tried. really clever saleslady or hairdo Is not nearly so flattering
q the show. Good horticul- Prepare the soil for caladium We are so apt to get fixed stylist Of course she would as the new one you adopt.
nurseries lire practice demands onlyme bulbs now by mixing In ideas about what styles we have to be good, not the kind You may discover that the cream by Barbara Gould
I .. new Jerk eve.klllngiw bloom to a stem. You will bone meal or pulverized ma can wear, what we can do who tells you that anythingyou shades in make-up you have
kant to tie carnation flower nure. Set the bulbs In so kind of hairdo have on looks dar been make
> .ftlt drive what a we can "Just using you look
items loosely to a stake with that they are covered about A little $150
get sway with and what colon ling" experimentingwill positively nauseous when compared
''cotton cord to keep the blossoms one Inch. When the plants rralilor $3.00 size special
in make-up and costumes are bring you some happy to the new coloring 11. tau
from getting soiled.. are up don't let them dry e
best for us. surprises. Contrary to a lifetime which brings your eyes out
e Green Pinch Drsgens Now out, and be sure the soil 1s I think that one of the most belief, you may find that and gives your skin a glow.Don't .
Snapdragons should be well drained. Wet It take little of this extra-rich to smooth
lira feet don'tapP'AlI effective ways of shaking you can wear clothes you *o beauty cream
Stamps staked too, if they are to be to the caladium. Be Timid away tiny age line which the cold hand of winter can etch

) of exhibition quality. They UVe aU tubers, caladiums Don't be timid about trying so deeply.Use this wonder-working cream every night and

must also be snickered As need sUeraole potash Inthe Tourist Club Activities new things! Close your eyes )'ou'U find t.bat.dry,flaky,aging look miraculously disappears
soon as you can rasp them .fertilizer, especially In and hold your breath and Your akin fairly bloom all winter-next spring, you'll look
tile late stages 01 growth. so plunge In I younger than evert

: as to make large healthy Tourist Club activities will p.m., Jill Ellertaen, dancer It you would like my leaflet Iron
-v SPECIAL THROAT CREAM Superbly formulated to help
; bulbs. The soil should be be the Building and Highlander Singers, directed Woman ot C
rather held at Magnolia Fifty" (hints 1 and .
the throat neck regular $3 00 also
THETMEISNOW add of a pH of '.1 to .. Civic Center, this week as by Mary Williams. Mrs. about make-up and exercise
follows Edna Macfarlane Is program eIC:) send a stamped, self-ad

i for Winter StatewideMichigan Monday dance from 8 to 11 chairman. dressed envelope with your
Planting ofCAMELLIAS p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wednesday Chatsew, 2 p.m., request for leaflet number 33

Redic of Pennsylvania, hosts; program. 3::30 p.m.. directedby to Josephine Lowman in care
Ira Spurgeon. chairman. members with June birthdays of The Ledger.Tomorrows .

AZALEAS ........,,cards, 1pm.Mrs. Mrs. Butcher chairman "Good Conversation
Picnic Set Alice Barber of Canada and ; cards, 7 p.m., Mr. and "Is No( Problem If You
,. Mrs. Huffman of Ohio as Listen.
n. d Mrs. B. Francs of Pennsylvania
6-12 NCH LINERS
eke Sevrli"SPECIAl hostesses; communitysing hosts. n QBaTQQQCQOQrrcl6cla00
c1 QCac1LJQO t7WLJLJL
VMETIES 30c EA. GROUP" The annual statewide Michigan 7;30 p.m.. Mrs Olin Thursday, cards, 7 p.m., Mr.
4 tor 1.00 picnic will be held Thurs Reed, pianist; program, > and Mrs. Dadswell of Ontario,
Tae 0.1. Ce.. II'-IO day at the Magnolia Building hosts.

. n.*n I* IIHI eV ll'*..iRe Civic Center. A basket dinner SheehanSchaafEngagement Friday. cards, 2 p.m.. Mr.
(. 42S 025 will be served at noon. and Mrs John Wonnacott I
Gallon Can Size 1.00
T. J.2J Those attending are to bring
and Mrs. Hazel Purvis, both
'..hy rill. *f BUI'S their own table service and Told 0g
All* ether sixes of New York, hosts.
*> a dish to pass. Coffee will be
L.,.., Si.. 2.21 ap freisi ......K MS te 7.15 furnished DUMONT, N.J. -Mr. and Saturday, cards, 7 p.m., Mr I your electric .
President Earl Seger of Mrs. William E. Sheehan of and Mrs. Hollls Baits of WIs-

A PETERSON HAVE YOU SEEN lakeland will preside at the Dumont N. J., have announced com In. hosts, A. S. Mabusth, iput

program, at which time the the engagement of card chairman. heater.
ORIGINATION OUR HANGING music department of Lakeland their daughter, Nora Ann, to m ;

Duchess of Cypress BASKETS? IDEAL High School will entertain Homer David Schaaf, son of Collectors'
Mr. and Mrs. Harold H.
Officers will be elected at the
Long period of bloom FOR PATIO, PORCHES business session An offering Schaaf of Lake Wales, Fit. [ [EJEJ
in a delicate pink color Groups To DO
OR FLORIDA will be taken. A June wedding la planned. [

Gallon 125 ROOMS A dance will follow at 2 Miss Sheehan a sensor in Study [EJ
Antiques
Cons each I p.m. the School of Publication at [

Simmons College, Boston. EJS
Mrs. T. E. Holcom will
present
BEAT THE CRIME Mr. Schaaf
was graduated
a "Dresdenand ElD .. [
program on
NOW READYAMERICA'S Delinquent In storing out-door from the Massachusetts Institute Bisque" at the AntiquesCollectors' ElE
furniture? Wash wood or metal of Technology and received
furniture thoroughly and when a master's degree in : Club meeting Wed- l aa
fiNIS nesday at 10 a.m. at the homeof
dry, spray the pieces with a physics from Columbia University aa
Mrs. O. C. Hays, 423 W.
clear I shellac Store. ElEl
Next where he was a National
Maxwell .
spring, it will be easier to wash Science Foundation Fel- Drive.Cohostesses r aE
ROSES
will be (
Mrs
: away the accumulation of wintry low. He is a second year student -
jrlme. st Harvard Law School. Sam Clark and Mrs. Charles Q El

t"tllry ..... Pope. 0g
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Select 1 better bush. Connoisseur
# or Croup
lJfIf Vr'e.. on Dr. Huey rootstock Connoisseur Group of the anywhere a Q

properly potted, in bud or bloom. Over 85 varieties YOUR GARDEN NEEDSAND Antiques will meet Collectors'Wednesday Club at also 10

available. a.m. Mrs. F, T. Baldwin, tit i in your home i :
E. Palmota, will be hostess.
GLAD BULBS She will be assisted by Mrs. I
GARDEN TOOL SALE LAWN REQUIREMENTSARE J. L. HardIn.

Mind 39' ones Following the business meetIng :

Lawn Rakes . 66c conducted by Mrs. Errin a
51:T 59' ..... ALL HERE P. Ray Mrs. U. W, Scaggs G a
will present a program on
Grass Edgers 1.25 "Oriental Rugs." ( Betldei' giving you plenty of hot woter 'round the clock on ELECTRIC woter heater aG
Geraniums In Bloom
con save space In your home too. a

Garden Rakes 2.25 69c E You con put on electric! water heater anywhere, often 'In space otherwise waited EI
Kindergarten Q cloMt pantry, alcove Or you can put a countertop model In your electric IIG
Garden Hoe 1.95 Bedding Plants Seeds-Flower or Field ConferenceAnnounced kitchen or electric laundry, to give you extra work ipoc*. EEEl

69c A Carton You don't need a flue or vent for on electric water heater. So you can place this EO
Rei. Pt. Shovel 1.77 Fertilizers And Plant Foods automatic hot water source anywhere you pleoM. See your electric appliance dealer
50 Ft. s/s Inch about o new electric water heater-another way to live' better electrically! m

Sq. Pt. Shovel 1.77 Gorden Hose AVON PARK-The seventh I TIME FOR A CHANGE m
3.88 annual Church Weekday Kin.
GARDEN TOOLS AND dergarten Conference, sponsored ft $30.00 Installation' Allowance., During February When You Change iii
by the Florida Councilof a: from e Flame Type to Electric.
rI:
APPLIANCES FOR EVERY Lake Churches Byrd ,Lodge will be Thursday held at
PURPOSE through Saturday. Your Old Electric With A Newer Electric Model. EEEl

Mrs. Margaret H 0 III. of Thot'i right! Your Dept of Electric & Water Utilities will pay you $30.00 ".tolloa

)' 7.r Lakeland will be among the 0 tlon allowance during February If you replace your old fiome type water heater with [EJ
t I Interest group leaders In the a new 230-volt Automatic Electric Wot.r Heater. Or you con replace/ your old electric II
r a ay MAKE OUR STORE YOUR conference, which serves as B heater with, a new 230-Volt Automatic Electric Water Heater ond receive o 1'1
s B $1000 Mitallatlon allowance. 1.1
an Introductory course for new

SHOPPING church kindergarten workers El See your Electric Appliance Dealer, select the tlze you need H. will send a sales 0C
STOP IN
and a refresher course for ) certificate, to us and our Customer Service Engineer' will check the Installation
those with yean of experience.Dr. 0 you receive your 'Installation allowance check by moil That's all there Is ThenEl
L. GejtJ Make the change to a New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER 'In February'
... DOWNTOWN LAKELAND Alma David, professor O oO
of education at the University DEPARTMENT OF
of Miami, will be featured Q
) 22S Avksradsls ltd.(UJ. 92 (sit) speaker The conference Electric & Water Utilities
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LAKELAND CASH FEED CO. theme, "Growth Through Self. 0Q
1i" riem MU 3.4011"Likessd's Esteem," will be carried out CITY OF LAKELAND t,7

"t..1 ON UKI MIRROR in phases of the conference. .

Largest Sefecf/ee .1 flwWifr Nursery Srecfc" 502 E. ROSE ST. MU 2-6144 Thursday The conference night and closet begin with |FMftAJ I

lunch on Saturday

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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. 2, 1881He's aooe0Oooooeeaaavale.eooee
."T) DAR Chapter Meet Slated WednesdayLakeland


I World's Only 'Gray Man'CAPE chapter. Daughters \. Included on the agenda will Hostesses are Miss Dorothy 25 o Wonderful open stock savings selection on and complete Beta

of the American Revolu- be election -of delegates to Strickland, Mrs R. D. 'Allen bring you an opportunity to .-
tion, will meet Wednesday at the state conference to be held Mrs. R. W. Crouch Mrs fill In or tort your sarvke' ws. ...
CORAL-To the com where his assistance Is necessary Gray Ladies course-Cass became Amanda Ridenour, Mrs. John now In these treasured pattern
fort-giving medical world of a Gray Man. I:JO p.m. at the Tuesday Music In Jacksonville beginningMarch Tolle, Mrs A. S. Emlg Mrs. OFF favorites In prtclous
Club. 421 E. Park St 31 and to the Continental .
thousands of) Gray Ladies from Wife Gray Lady Help Young And Old P R. Bergqulst. Mrs. A. H. International Sterling.
The Casses now spend to The chapter ritual will be Congress to be held Taylor Mrs. G. L Dickey
Actually. Cass and his wife
Tununak. Alaska to Johannes.burg led Mist LucretU Colton in Washington D.C., 20. Mrs T. E.'Stone and Mrs V. '
could be known as the full days each week at a home by April SALE After as'., BROCADE and ,
South Africa enter one "Grays She has been a Red for retarded children and two and Mn. R. Bughmsn. regent Mrs H. E. Wilcox program F Simmons SILVER RHYTHM will be '
lone Gray Man) Cross member for more thana half-days at a home for the will preside over the business chairman will introduce Mrs Executive board will meetat available at regular pric.1 ...
For 58-year-old Jacob Cass quarter of a century. aged. session. Dan S. Bagley Jr., speaker 1:4:1.: : \\\1\ Buy now and sees during his
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a resident of this waterfront When Mr and Mrs Cass Born In Russia Cass cameto 'e IImlttd time oWer. :.'
Florida community 'Is believed moved to Cape Coral Sophie the United States when only r Eew r .r stew '- Esete area B.e r Last piaeRaemleNCp' '::0' "'=
to be the only Gray Cass continued with her careerIn five years old. Recently he j II .,.
Man In the world fully. the Red Cross-a lifetime retired as secretary treasurer Week : t I :.=........::"::.:..::..::.-.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.. m..:. e J I'
trained and certified. downto pursuit which included servicein of moved a large garment Coral.firm and I ::A.M.a;.::::::::::: )u.: 'tI
the Red Cross patch on his her native New York City to Cape I I I w'i'wwewi sw
"This Is all rewarding e: ;::::;::::: .N {waN.Mw
gray suit pocket. and Bridgeport Conn She work" Cass explained.very "We !I : 'C'i'.. ; :'::::..:.:::..:: _e.: .:.w.
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promptly joined the local Red ,I It
III "M.
What does the Man
Gray now both have the time to 8atlun4 FEATURING -,.. .............. -
do? Everything that a Gray Cross chapter and "Jake" devote to It and we look forward 4IJ./afr ....-we.a.,5.a- ...,..,
Lady would do. He Is trainedto Cass decided he would do so, to It very much. It THESE \ '. ''".......-swN.w _-.....: elN "Nil..
act as a nurse's aide and I 1Mn .. ..w Nra u.uIYI0
too.One feels good to be able to give =
to perform first aid In disasters gray suit and trench little when r I ca pieces
a loving care a"IM
Ii easswaw.em
and all emergencies cap later-combined with aGRAY needed." r PATTERN GNw awANSw wewMN N.-.t.:...:_:: aN/ :aN:

CLIP n' SAVE FAVORITES I J'----:
N.N w,NAt-/"" attn
Elnora LodgeMeeting 11.-': :> > >Ml
Brocade "/-YwM.N*t'-.M tM.M suet
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j stmitw motsM
Days I /"waN.lwNw 'I l:1.:1 : aN '
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'S 1.i Silver =--," : lr:.:: 7I lea 7N rNGN let
AYr Are ChangedMeeting l Rhythm {,w eMw F.Y. ,.I. I r 'U:
I I I .cww.wswNw'... ..."............:. .I'aMMIwN. ,..
days for Elnora Re- rI l.G..S'A N wN.WAM.n... ..w.. ...':: :e I:
bekah Lodge No 4 have been a {NN
rsl changed to the first and third :-s-attii.-,; : :; ;: 71L

Wednesdays of each month. INT ATIO AL c.-:::. .":..YNY....w Ptl.p t.eLM II..
The next meeting will be stnn
Wednesday Feb. S, at S p.m. STE i iG i I --M4:4J&2 .. "n

at the Country Day School = .... .... V*.*. MMH.
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833 E. Lemon St., with MrsGladys ww ?- ? {p.
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J I II N. t: 'sM.mtiM
,
Reed presiding.
INN iwu< r ii n
I Refreshment will be served IaNYNINI I/.w .M..w .M ..
4 after the business session I r Yr I eawewassw CHItOMirS.*' warn ass "
Visiting Rebekahs will be M::: .
sea._.... t1./5/ Ntiw
welcomed it was announced. SMOOTH BRUSH WORK and pinpoint Quiche lines add peppery flavorto r 10 01 Chert -
I I this sugar-coated hairdo. Set hair as shown, using largo rollers at crown FNf.- MM.- NlprkNllkludsPaderaiTu' .
I and sides, medium rollers In back. The guiche sides are combed )
WWI Veterans I end cellophane toped into place. The bangs are combed down and also tape r lu'"t;: a
Iy One row of pin curls, placed at the nope, completes the set.To comb: Brush
Auxiliary To set out completely,. to assure a smooth look Back comb crown and sides
J tY I lightly to achieve height and fullness. Brush smoothly into place. Pull sides NICODEMUS' CORY
+. 'p Install HeadsLadies forward and flat to the face; lift bangs with a comb and let fall where they '
I may. Hint: A heaping teaspoon of sugar in a cup of warm water will make '
Auxiliary to the Imperial a good setting lotion for the quiche side curls. 124 S. Kentucky Are. :p.... MU 2.6354 I

Drsolef:: l[ of BarracksNo. World; I -r-ta.-sta.rsta.E.a-raw siw-Sea. saw FREE PARK & SHOP RIDM'SHOP FRI. KITES lL t

War I of the USA will Install
officers Wednesday after a t
I l covered dish I luncheon at
Magnolia Building Civic Cen
ter. 1 ,
Mrs Frances Bredeken has GO
been elected to another termas
president. Others to be installed MODERNyyy
are Mrs Kate E.
MAN OF THE WORU>-Fully-trained and certified Hodges and Mrs Doris Long
according to Red Cross standards 58'year-old Jacob Cass Is vice presidents; Mrs Dora tr
be the Man In the Melroy, treasurer; Mn. Anna I b
believed to only practicing Gray country. S b ,
Residents of Cape Coral Mr. Cass and his wife pictured with Saeger, chaplain, Mrs Berth
him. spend two full days each week at a home for retarded Rausch, conductress; M r.. with tF
children and two half-days at a home for the aged. Bertha Wrenn guard, Mrs
Erma Higgins Mrs Rosa MeIntosh .
and Mrs. Gladys Tan-
turn, trustees; Mrs. Mary

Lthii DRIVE Bets Mrs.secretary Vera Moten flag bear

er; Mrs Harriet E. Schweltrer .
d1 HO PARKING PROBLEMS patriotic Instructor; Mrs
l Bernice Fry membership;
Mrs. Higgins legislative chair
119 W. Main StCor. man; Mr*. Hodges Americanism.
; Mrs Schweitzer historian

1 1 ( Main & Missouri) hospital welfare and
publicity; and Mrs Wrenn
WITH EACH JLL PROCESSED good cheer chairman.
HAVING I OR MORE PRINTS 1138 EastMemorial Installing officer will be MATHER't
OR BUY ONE SIT Blvd. Mrs Grace Kimmel of Or.
PRINTS GET ONE SET PRE
lando past state department
president with other state
YOUR FILM DESERVES THE BEST officers assisting Hostesses

Best Quality Fait Service will be Mrs Anna Lee Mrs.
Dora Mulroy Mrs. Tantum
and Mrs. Margaret Murray.
CAMERA SHOP
Decoration. will be in red
and white.
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FINAL clearanceON

this crisp Danish

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OUR LADIES' CHILDREN'S (BOYS-GIRLS) : : is the toast

Poll Parrot .
DRESS SHOES ,
$ of Lakeland

SHOES ,
Stylti for DrtM THIS WEEK GET A

$488 and $688 LOAFERS.r School undo '"'i LARGE ROOMFUL OF MODERNFURNITURE

STRAPS FOR A
$ 88 SMALL
Val To 12.95 o TIES 4
V.I. T. 7.9S HANDFUL, OF SMART MONEYwy
LACK BEIGE '
IROWN WHITI PATENT 4g ; .'

NAVY BON PATENT All .FOAM

HOUSE Vol. to $3.99SI 00 19995

ALL WOMEN'S AND TEEN -AGERS'


FLATS & LOAFERS Vet to 8.95 $388

I Includes: Settee, Chair, 2 Step Tables, Cocktail TableGo


ALL TENNIS SHOES modern-in every room of your house-with up-to-date Contempo's reversible foam cushions have practical zip-off
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, .1 J Saebert's Third Gives U. s. First Olympic Medal I






t r INNSBRUCK.decision Abrtflt w-Jean Saubert's skiing talents In other championships, there was a 1-34 Russian sweep Miss Saubert took third in 1:31.36: with a fine effort on the 6.2 mile-- test and defending Olympic champion Marls Gusakova.
and a Jury's brought the United
the Ninth Olympics! yesterday while State iu first medalof of the womea's ID-kilometer( ski race, led by Claudia Boyar second run. of 365-meter. Linda Meyers of Bishop Calif., was third.

force added to their mounting list of honori.p enul Russian sklkh. and a two-man bobsled triumph by Britain's Tony Nash was 12th; Joan Hannah of Franconia. N.H., was 19th; and The United: States had no entrants In the crosscountryevent.

Mlu Saubert. the bouncy coed from and Robin Dixon that ended Italy's long domination of the Barbara Ferries of Houghton Mich., was one of several dis .

third In the women's slalom-behind the Ukevlew Ore., placed event.Russia's qualified She missed a gate. Sweden's slick-paasing Olympic hockey team rallied to

filter of France. But her bronze medal teen-aged Goitschel domination of this ice and snow extravaganza is Nash and Dixon dethroned the Italian bobaledder with a defeat the United States 7-4 Saturday night and virtually ended

an International Jury ruled In her favor was more In than dispute until shown in her medal total for four days of competition-five daredevil last run down the treacherous Igls Chute. They the Americans' chances of winning the gold medal. The U.S.

after the race. an hour gold three silver and four bronze. caromed off the wall at particularly perilous curve and took the Olympic title four yours ago.

An official eald the 21-year-old Oregon State Mrs. Skoblikova. of course has been the outstanding star amost left the track But still tipped across the finish Trailing 3-1 after the first period Sweden scored two quick
student
misted one of the St gate on the second of her had of the games to date The dimpled instructor of anatomy line with a winning clocking. For four runs-two yesterday goals and took the lead in the second while the Americanswere
two rune, but swept to victory in the 1,000 meters in 1 31.2
minute seconds and two Friday-the Britons totaled 4 minutes 21.90 seconds.
after a look at the tllm the Jury made Miss Saubert's third Janice Smith of Rochester N.Y., was the shorthanded because of penalties then added three more
place official. top American Sergio aUrdlnl' sled was second and eight-time world goals in the final period.It .
seventh in
taking 1:361.: Barbara Lockhart of
Chicago lub-
Meanwhile, the dynamic Lldla Skoblikova paced the Soviet bing for the injured Marie Lawler was 10th in 1:388: and champion Eugenio Monti placed third. wu the second defeat In three games of the championship .

team to .nother'. fistful of medals. The 24-year-old echool- Jeanne Ashworth ot Lake Placid N.Y.. war 11th In 1:38.7 Larry McKIUIp of Saranac Lake N.J., and brakeman round-robin competition for the American team Sweden

teacher from Siberia won her third speed skating gold medal Nineteen-year-old Christine Goitschel rallied on the second James Lamy of Lake Placid N.Y., finished fifth; and Charles has won one and lost one.

and registered her third Olympic record In three days. Her run and captured the women's slalom by a fraction of a second McDonald 130-pound driver from Malone, N.Y., and Charles Russia took the lead in the eight-team round robin earlier

latest: victory was in the 1.000 meters She'already had won over her 18-year-old sister, Marlelle. Christine's time for Pandolph of Saranac Lake were seventh. Saturday by routing Switzerland 15-0. That gave Russia a

the 500 and 1.500 and today guns for a fantastic four-race two heat down the Llium Valley course was 1 minute 29.86 Miss Boyarsklh's time In the 10-kilometer ski race was 40 3-0 record. Canada Idle Saturday has a 2-0 record. Czechoslovakia
sweep in the I,000-met. seconds while moved Into third place at 2-1 by beating Finland 4-0.
: Marlelle' was 1:30.77: minutes, 24.3 seconds Eudokla Mekshilo was runner-up. In the






Hurricane Rally Nips: Mocs 85-78 I








A Good
Kentucky Barry





cuSSIFiLD Edges For MiamiBy


P M e r

Florida ,

Or
M 4 JACK SLAYTON

LAKELAND, FLORIDA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1964. SECTION D, PAGE ONE. GAINESVILLE (J-r-Kentucky Ledger Sports Editor

spurted to an early lead and For almost 30 minutes of playing time last night those Florida .

1 never relinquished It last night Southern upset dreams almost became a reality Then the
University of Miami Hurricane shooting attack turned Into a
ig. Slants on ,Sports For a Southeastern Conference
.j Cycle Champ full-fledged storm and blew Miami to an 85-78 Florida Inter

basketball victory over Florida, collegiate Conference cage victory.

t Frick 'BecomesPro 7772. Topping the attack was the talented Rick Barry, who finished

Larry Conley the game's with 33 points but ha got ample support In the second half from

Eyes Second scoring standout with 20 points, hustling Larry Kessler. Don Patrlcan, and Wayne Beckner.

led the Kentucklans to a 6-1 Their ability to hit from the outside ruined the Moo. tone d5.fence

margin In opening minutes. Ken. and paid off with the key.win for Miami.

Sport Lobbyist t'World tucky had a 41-33 halftime edge The loss left the Moos 2-2 In

Title and protected its advantage TIC play. They host tough around the basket and wiry.

throughout the second half when Stetson here Tuesday night In Kessler hitting from the comet

By JACK SLAYTON the best the Gators could do t ,tA a cage twin bill. The Moo Jay. an! Patrlcan! from the key Miami .

Ledger Sports Editor DAYTONA BEACH (AP) was to whittle the gap temporarily veer will play Ma nates Junior ran 16 points to Southern'! !

-Hugh Anderson of New Zealand down to three points near College at 5i3: p.m. in theopener. three and took the lead they

I' Ford Frick has been blasted by the fourth estate swept two events in the the game's end. never relinquished 99-58 with

radio and TV-even this corner got in its digs for his motorcycle Grand Prix of the Conley and Cotton Nash, who A crowd of 2,000 jammed the about nine minutes to go.

II handling of the key job of baseball commissioner. United States Saturday and got scored It points were deadlyon Lakeland Senior High School In the first half the Mocs once

But Frick Thursday showed he's still a fairly astute off to a good start toward repeating Jump shots from outside gym. The Moos drew a rousing sported an 11-polnt edge after ,

fellow. He followed that ever omniscient apothegm as a double world cham and layups. Florida's attack l yAd hand at the end of the first half Miami had come from an 8- I

, : "If you can't beat 'em, Join 'em." pion. suffered from lapses In ball and the defensive play of Tom point 1 deficit to go ahead 25-24

I Frick who along with some baseball people had never Grand Prix race for two dandling Dawson and Dave Shlnkman on with only seven minutes remain I

tried to lump their sport with the other pro sports-football. larger type machines will be decided The Gator offense led by Barry was sharp Despite his ing. \

I > basketball and Ice hockey, suddenly came out with the suggestion Sunday when the 250 and Brooks Henderson with 19 points, 33 points Barry could have Tim Elsnaugle proved! he

that all professional sport be termed just that-and 500 cubic centimeter cycles run. narrowed Kentucky' lead to easily gone to 40 had not the was an all-conference candi

I not businesses. While baseball according to the Supreme Anderson, who won the 50 75-72 late in the contest. But two Moo defender hemmed him date. The wiry Sarasota co-

Court still enjoys the classification of a "sport", pro football and 125 cc world titles last year with seven seconds remaining, in during most of the night. captain got 30 points and was

basketball and Ice hockey have been dubbed "businesses" and took those small cycle division Randy Embry was fouled and Barry was deadly In the see 8-for-8 at the foul line. Bob

as such are subject to legislation under anti-trust laws. races In the start of 1964 competitions cooly made two points that widened end half but so were his. team. Bowman had IS; Mike Huber.

Specifically this would mean the complete end of the by wide margin the gap again. mates Miami hit 18 for 27 lit and Tom Dawson, 10 for

present baseball setup Insofar as the reserve clause Is con aboard Japanese-made Suzuki The Galore made good on while getting only 14 for 41 In double-tlgure scorers for FSC.

cerned. Pre football has already adjusted to the anll-trust machines 42.4 per cent ef their M trie the first halt.HWe were tired Dawson, Elsnaugle, Dave

ruleS They sign players to as long a term pact as the player His Suzuki teammates completed -1 for field goal and the Wildcats from tour games In live Sutnkman and Huber stunned
desire If lie want rely a _year pact, he get It with domination of both scored on ".1 per cent ATTLI FOR .ALLTlorlBB Sovrtiom Gllp. .Tim llim.slo(52k nights, "Miami Coach Bruce Miami tn the first half as the

aa option en hi.* services the following season. However, If by finishing 1-2-1. with races othe of their 71 attempts. Florida t>.>rtlot, Mloml ,I.", for ..'''.H''' alwrlnf. flnt hell ,! gamoloir Hale said afterwards "1 Mocs got more than their shareof

, be BO desires, he can notify the team '.t the outset of the makes far behind. grabbed 48 rebounds and Kentucky nlfhr, ot the Likalina] Senior High School elm Othof fSCBloyBrs thought my boys did a good rebounds against the taller

second seasoa that **hs) Is .pl vL.aj...........i>iLn.."_ Thua at .Anderllllspeed.* of 7893 I 41. .. are Mike H..... (I4I sod John Wells (4J>, (eL....r Ph.N Job in the second half" Canes' The Macs Were hitting

the conclusion of the second year he automatically becomes mile an hour In 50 cc and 88.504 I Nobody fouled out In the game ty Hyfriai), i "It's tough to play well a nI at 49 per cent with IS for 34

a free agent .IMI'II free to peddle his services to the highest m.p.h. in 125 cc were automatic, which saw the wildcat make lose," moaned Moo Coach Ton a but fell to 14 for 33 in the sec

American bidder la any of the pre 1e.uee-N.tlon.1 Football League records since the 3.1-mile course: good on 1> of the 25 foul-line Greene: "We went to a to land half many of their misses
and Canadian
Football League League. was a new one in this fourth shot and the Gator sink 16 of' and collapsed on Barry to fore ee! coming late in the half
The and the If it
the club too.
setup protect player can
running of the International motorcycle 21 tries.KBNTVeKV. Casper Courtney them outside. Then that No. 1Kessler the combination of Miami
sign the player to a longterm pact. It can tie up his services. 2height
field at I FLORIDAr and 33 Patrlcan a deadly spell of Held-
And if he Dayton the ( ) ( ) an
he'
signs a longterm pact, protected too regard- it It n ta
lea of whether he's If he first time that rider and manufacturer _.. a taj TMIInMn 4 110 the other fellow (Beckner) hi goal! shooting and Barry in the
or not injured. signs a 1-year pact, IBM ,
pat
he can get his free agency when he's at the peak of his career earned world point S: S III Hiahlay a 114 S is and broke out back. second half spelled the differnee. -

and resell his services to the highest bidder. The Suzuki factory and Nnn 0. S4Ba S ZHanaaraM.lay 0 T I I IT la Share Golf Lead "We ran into that cold spell .

Anderson each got eight points ''m.hm._" 4* I I 1 P.Marian.... *SOS I S In the second half and that hurt.It .j And deadly In the first partof

Free Agents Can Clean Up for winning In each class G,_ ...!..!-I I --_t I was a heartbreaker to lose, the game for Miami was
John Dampler who missed
TOTALS SS II Totals as IS T2KINTUCKT he shook his head aadlv.
This is precisely what will occur this year with Bill George 41 M flLoso PALM SPRINGS Calif. (AP) Charlie Slfford who had FSC followed Greene's offensive part> of the second half with
defensive specialist of the Chicago Bears, and Ron Mix offensive .. 11 II TIPiatSOMAL four
have Hawks Take 2 rOULB-Kanauekyi Baa. Veteran Bill Casper Jr. and shared the lead In the three pre.vlou. pattern of a controlled fouls
blocking star of the San Diego Chargers. Both an l, Canlar' 1, Math 1, Maalw 4.ran Chuck is movement of the ball and take The Mocs also' missed Joel
young Courtney-who rounds and British Open
their and both with whomever S Binary, Ithmaal. Oikaan 1.
out option can sign
played
laritfai Tamllntan 4 paM I. Hiahkty.andaraan lag the good shot. They triedto >dlow. They could have u.edthe
In his fourth
playing only champion Bob Charles of New
they please. Chance are Mix will stay at San Diego but it 4. .1.,lay ., Marian 4, Oaajra professional Florida In those
run with Miami late In the eager key
is understood George may desert the Been He wasn't too Weekend TiltsTAMPA Attandanan 1.104.REDSKINS tournament-forged Into Zealand, the co leader with
first half and It cost them six moments to pick up needed bas
a two-way tie Saturday In the Charlie starting out Saturday
happy over the firing by the Bean of Clark Shaughnessy and
scrapping of Dark's defensive patterns. To top it off he lost GETJ. fourth round of the marathon 90- morning fell back with a pairof points as Kessler hit twice and ketsThe

his captaincy on defense to Joe Fortunate. I. Lakeland's Santa hole $50,000 Palm Springs Golf 73s and a total score of 281. Stewart Marcus once to close two teams play again I"MI.ml

; Such .Is not the case In baseball Once signed to a 1 Fe Catholic High School Increased W. LOCKETT Classic. Tied with Sifford and Charleswas the gap to S points at halftlme. on Feb. 18.

major league contract, a player remains the property efi Its season record to 13-3 here Casper 34, a former National Randy Glover 22-year-old The Mocs spurted to an 8- Greg Bloodworth scored 40
2 WASHINGTON (AP) The to lead
St.
that club unless he's traded sold or drafted by another team. yesterday afternoon by tripping Open champion and the 23- newcomer from Florence, S.C., 'point edge in the second half points Petersburg

I He has no control over his. contract after his Initial signing. Berkeley Prep. 63-30. fullback Washington Redskins obtained year-old Courtney, an ex-college: who had a 71. but then lost their shooting edge Junior College to an 98-69 win

t. Any threat ef quilting If be "don't get my release", resultsJ Mario Monte led the Crimson from the J. W. Lockett yesterday amateur star, go Into the final Tied at 282 were Jimmy De and that's when the Hurricanes over the Mac Jayvees
J In his placed on the suspended list and prevented from Hawk to victory with 32 point Baltimore Colts for a get hot Barry getting shots MIAMI
being high draft choice. 18 holes Sunday with a two- maret, with a 72; Dave Marr PO PT ITS PP tsIC _
t playing for anyone else' In organized baseball Despite the John Stanton with 10 points was I stroke lead. Both are from San with a 68, and Australia's Bruce :.r:: ..::::::::: a4 : : t a:
1 high salary figures be iI I somewhat of a chattel Subject to the only other player for either Lockett e-toot-2. 226 pounds, a 4 5 4 a2
Calif. Devlin with 70. Betters
three-year National Football Diego a Mottley/ := .::;:::::: : : : = :
of his the owner and general team to hit double
whim
the ,
manager manager figures the Bermuda The 5.1,1205
Casper playing favorites a
3 League veteran was obtained in pre-tournament :::. :','.: : : f I
Oral
In truth he has little control over his baseball destiny. Santa Fe also captured the aN20117
Club Indoor 440 Mark
C Dunes County course, one defending champion Jack Nick.
: '' ''
All this would be changed if organized baseball were jayvee contest 5320. a conditional deal. for the flr.tour :: .: : I : : Iih 1,1
I of four employed laws and Arnold Palmer, re :: ::: :::
Included with the other pro sports. No wonder Frick got on Friday night at Kathleen Sen The fullback began his career ( rounds, had a twounderpar mained In the field which BOSTON Wendell _.... .. .. .. . .
was (AP-Sturdy) -
the bandwagon and lobbied for the other sports. And both ior High School Monte with the San Francisco 49ers in . i& ii
.
.
gym 70, and apparently had taken trimmed down to the low 60 Mottley of Yale rushed to TOTALS 1s 57 NeLegiea
Association and National 961 but
the National Basketball Hockey Crimson was traded to Dallas '
paced the Hawks to SOUT".N'G
League Friday entered pleas to have the ruling reversed and their 12th of the before the season began. After sole possession of the top scorers, but trail the leaders. a world Indoor 440-yard record 'T'' PTA P5 1511.Mw1.

.,the "business" tab removed. with 20 victory the season two seasons at Dallas, he was ipot. Nicklaus had a 72 for 286 and ot 48 seconds flat Saturday nightIn 5 ... ... ::::::: Il 4 -: : : ail 5

But from all Indication* -especially the rhubarb In recent trimmed points Fort Meade.as 5248.Hawks I sent to Baltimore at the start of Abruptly came the word from Palmer who almost blew him the Boston A.A. Games trimming 5.5.... .::::::::: : I ; ; 1110T4L.

Involving the moving of franchises for major league the Indian Wells course that self out of the desert with a 78 two-tenths of a second offthe '= : : : ;
years The Miners tried to pull the'last season ;, : ::::::. ,
baseball teams, as well as other pro sport*-I wouldn't be the unheralded Courtney had Wednesday trimmed down to a 22-year-old mark. .
game out of the fire In the final ;; N ;; 2i ;;
a bit surprised if baseball joins hockey basketball and foot knocked out a five-under-par 67 69 for 290. Earlier, veteran Hayes Jonesashed ,"..ft....., 5154,41 Southern 42 MilOfdalalM '
frame with 20 points to but 7 for "TIOfoIA" Mocker League
ball "business." I tie Casper with a 72-hole Also hand for the final to his 50th consecutive
u a Santa Fe. Monte had nine has NM v.a ao C""_ a tuN.Tenn. to on Blair anal (atari.Appleton .
Those free agent would really clean up if that become kets and two foul shot. Dennis .. S 5, .SMUn Batrail I.Mantraal ... core of 279. round will be National Open Indoor hurdle victory and announced -
the easel champion Julius Borne, who had he plans to retire at thend
if Newton with 11 and Stanton 71 for 288. of the :
a season
with 12 were the other double-I BASKETBALL SCORES I Ieunn"l Signs

Short Sport Notes figure Hawks.scorers for the Crimson

BUMPY BALDWIN may even make the big jump to the .'. BaldoaoTOalnatvHWta'.,. With HoustonHOUSTON
I Dick Hartman's basket In the
..> Aataaial PrttaCOLLIOI ,..,... .* ... j
pro after he graduates from Vanderbilt University in 1965. .. _. ,
closing seconds the C
gave Santa Purdua If Indlairlnaaton 04
The Lakeland halfback ha* already received a colorful brochure I SI Paul, IIBaton Oraan C.... II, ....wln.r ,. ST irl
Fe ...
47-45
Jayvees a thriller in Malt, M. atartatown D C IO.M".n MunDNI 4S Lak Wr/r
from the Dallas Cowboys about the possibility of playIng the M, Mch. .. 7S .. ... Suit* L7.Mua4. (AP-Scott Apple.
junior a.to.uua .
varsity .
game .. ISTituwilla
7na50 N. C. 71 Kay feed
pro football. Baldwin who has now shoved his weight up POUT MIADI PIS T'u"' .. /4. Cincinnati 1C. T>, ....1"1. 14.Srtnlard 1iwagy ton All-America tackle for theUniversity

to 200 pounds, has been a fine flanker and defensive back for I'...... 1a1 t.t I SANTA a 1e. 0..r Yark... TO,u.Canaardia.... 14. ArTtta ..'M.M.SI.Arkantai Tn..l.n /1 Tl.NNa Mara Mean 40Oranaa ..7.red of Texas national

the Commodores since graduating from Lakeland Senior High 5.h s..:,: ,, S I*::"aSST1"::.::: N_rNl.. /1 n...w.._..?M......e.IhM. ... n. Mm Park.. ... .Oakrir Haxtkarna. ... 12eo. championship football team
School In 1961. He was bypassed by Florida State University ........, 1 aim T4. 70Miami Harnanda ST. Zaahyrkiltt SS.Vania. with
M 1 II ...... 411swWlcS .Baylar dh.rMI7.. signed a contract Saturday
.
.. .
..
....... Bl BauHiarn 1 71.
Miami don't much
of Florida and University of (they pay attention ; NII s 1 1tOTALs .., ." le.Ar. the Houston Oilers of the Amer.
Banawtntura Tl Santa Curl S4 MulMnr
to players up this way) as being too small If he 1.-1 .! .!I ___ Pann Craat Slat**Tl B, Batten Tamala CallaM IIMaly Tl.Lalayatw ...,.....,... .11's.. :. N.._, .l.....u..t 11,...11 ...... ; lean Football League.
,
signs a pact after he graduates he would be the first Lake- rosy 11&0'1'1"8. 101111 .I. It. 54w. ..... 55. St. PNN 55.Nry .- ended
esaoe a al 1 1.N505T5 N5 5.1 The signing a month of
.
since Clarence Childs three 00 .. n u.. r...1 Che .. .f. ?l.Purman CINv.tN .
lander to sign a pro grid pact 71. Iliclimand MXavlar SI. Samlrwla BS.Bunadin intensive efforts by Houston and
years ago with the New York Giants University of Florida I "t -e.ssalsv P555ft Ohltl' p. Dayton SI.Villanava 14, It PateraauraM."npatartkiir 0''.,'. .1.
/ .,. .
SANTA// TS Oatr T* the: National League's Pittsburgh
..
tr5. fswMeu,0.
signed its 35th gridder for 64-tackle Don Giordano of Miami aces.... iiiM Tl Ttnnaaaaa IT.. ........ .... Nartriaatt TaraanIt Steelers to obtain the .
__ ..., !=1r TT, Plarida T2 signature
Archbishop Curley. He's a S-footer and weighs 210 pounds. .... 4'. ST, Mrattarn .. Patartkura Barry ... ...... M.
la 111 CunrinN of the lineman
'and Miami this time for 20i .. 45I,. 5.. 75N.5N1h,51 N. Tort Laudardala' Ti. Pamaana IIM.aml star who
Florida stayed in the Jsx area play. Iel.na0 S 10 lano>ra 71 45.S M Pint c...I 41.
M....._e 1 e 4 War 4Milar e II Vandaralll n. Military on Jan. 1 was named the outstanding .
,
Downs of Winter Haven and Marty Bray of M._., ... riarida I Military IX 1V5.a
ers. Only Bobby 7a ratka M
:= I 0 )Smiin CarltM as. ... c..,aN. ... TT ..._. SS. raratt Mill BO. .."la. Olada' *O. lineman in the Cotton
Robinson were signed from this area along with Manatee'squarterback a o Oartm wtfl ... Dana 41. Coral Park 44. j'f
|
Skip Lujack Unquestionably one of the moatcourageous .tantom 111rullankamo WNInVN 75'inuCatawba .....a. V.n.nia' Taell TS. 5..N.' .Nth..h I..,... BaaarMt Laka Warm SI. Si.jmkut Bowl game with Navy.

athletes In the nation is Ed Rodgers, distance runner ..!"!...eY0715.5 ___ ...._. IJt.KutMr "ra'.nia Mllllary '1. ,. ... Carat OakMt...''. .4B... Announcement of the contractwas
.
TS cum'
.. n. DM.war.! N Carat C y
II. 'OTALa 4N made at
11 a conference
for Central Michigan University. Rodgers has only one SANTA PI 14I SI II-41 Tal. TS. Harvard ... .Arthur BT Nortll Miami TJ news
per cent vision in his right eye and enough vision In his' left to BsmtaLay pmr s i. s a_ "PiM...IM. Slate, c....IB..,....TMh.....Tf.SIminnaaala 'rattaraof.'...m. Cu...IS.,S>Okaachakta. P.I_.. II 14. hastily called by Oiler officials
.
111 WimntlMM .. 12.! Miami Minn SC. OrlanaJa ...-. 44mi Only two days ago Appletonhad
200. Yet he
at 20 feet what the normal sees at
see person .. ...." 74 Kay weal IIlaaH .
Oklakama BT law State H.Plan M
runs on the cross-country team. He usually tries to stay close Track Coaches ..... seed Itl tti, Carolina M"I, ,.. Miami I....... .42tliwait .. indicated it might be late
.. Oada
'0. South
to the team's top runner, Roger Haines and then "kick It n.JUNIOW co".oa 5u.... ,ur. Ice Cantral IIBraward. el1eJ4t4b next week before he made a
2.5.M4
added "Sometimes I don't watch .I.ml good at the end. Rogers : Favor ChangesORLANDO ria*. Ara 7S. ... SO. Chiafland' ...
where I'm going and stumble over things. Hal Smeltzly NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 7,54K ST Nartll Marian 4T, the Steelers.
0MtnNi. Mansktl SS.Orlanda
has been drilling his Florida Southern College baseball players AP San Nan f..N) .... PhilaitalaAlA II.* Maw V-HI'IM.Ba ......Harass II. ....... IS
( .
) Track ..
hard at Dobbins Field Dixieland. He pruned his roster last coaches voted Saturday to ask PBJIDAV, 51555: SCHOOL Orl.5NK... 17.C....Kitaimma.,.! ... *Maw -..... Five
week with the season about month away Mel Murdock Pantaaata Tate Tl, Brawwn Ala. SIPtniaaala Wah. Nw,55 Tigers Sign
the Florida High School Activities H. H TB, Panama ells l *JuUiPantaaala ; OV_ 1.2520150 11. LIM.rN1L.
has been hard at work the past few weeks getting the Tiger- ....... II. ... ...
Association to rotate annual ... W.w, N. ., DETROIT (AP)-Five more
town kitchen ready for the Feb. 15 opening of the Detroit early .,........h."'... N.J 101.. Tl Bhadat VallayJachaaflvill e.NI.M.d....' 5.r.. IN D." City S*. 5.5.55. a1
Murdock during the statewide! track meets) between .........,.. ..... SNnr 71 .._. ... arW.1. A..._. ... DunwN1.n. ... members of the Detroit Tigers
handles the Tiger
camp. pressroom Gainesville and Miami _..11. I....... ....... ..._.. 5.f1.rI. .. ...itntaan ... have agreed to terms.
regular season. Murdock reported things "were mighty quietup .* Snalawaaa ... IMh_. T>. Ma"at City ST.
High school coaches also llto .._ Plaxdur ... Boatk ..m_ M. Inv.rnM N. Latest to sign were infielders
hard there last summer And the It attendances was according was to just Murdock about half a long of the FHSAA add a ClassC suggested Jaeaaamiil- N. La* ST, Jaaaaatwillai Lan Ocala 55.51 e5. LaaikurB. ..11. n.... 5.2055 M. ala .IARHY-Miami's. lorry (241) .......,. the boll ell!) Dick McAuliffe and George
summer N5 (
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what it was in '61 when Detroit drew 1.6 million. Last sum track meet to the agenda. Cur Jacaa.r......>.".Ma. pa TS, JaakMrivlllaj Sll.JaaawMMlla 50'54' ,,'.. SO,Clarmai MM_...55. Cant...( ...... IT rumtdlf during' first .. ..-*. with Florid. Southern ColUgo !lest Smith catcher John Burrows,

mer slightly over 800,000 watched the Bengali and an order rently there are only meets for 1_.....'... Paraat D......Tl.44,......."City w,.._.. ...". 40T. ... ...tI. ... night ot Hie La....... Sinter High Sckool arm lorry ;it the Hurri land pitchers Dick Egan 'and

went out for red ink. ,Class AA, A and B school. aamaaxM MNr *...Varna S., Laka. ButMr 47. 5.....CN... Laaai ef 0.....,...Crtaaant... N..W City S4. con*' orjaji4ort lor ,"-"....,Ic. honera. (eL....., Photo Cy H..h..1) I Cladding









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I Prove Kathleen 'Killers'By Auto and Gent's Upholstery The Left .

continued their dead a f +1 s X .

I heat race for first place this
JACK FLOWERS ............-
Assistant Sport Editor past week In the ..econd'half of
I'
r BARTOW If Kathleen the City Basketball League. By ARTHUR DALEY The price was aa unprecedented

for High School head Dick's racked up victoriesover e i 1t @ '. jerk Eileen: $11,000. a sum that
coach Don Miller had to tut Southeastern, 12-50 and r M seemed as fantastic thea asa
hit worst enemies, Larry Dixie Del 81-69. Frank Ethe- NEW YORK The New million would seen today
er and Tommy Howell of ridge led DlcV'a in both York chapter of the Baseball This was back in the dogeatdog -
games' Association ha* not of baseball when
Writers era
Bartow High School 28
with and 34 points Gene's
Jackets would be at the top kept the with ? I gone completely subversive the veterans made the lives
the lilt. over the pace Lakeland Bombers triumphs I but suspicion are being of the rookies utterly miserabU. .

For the second time this 70-49. and Plant 41-46. Red aroused The press box tenants Not only were the
ton the Walker.Howell Sherrer led Gene's City against the j. normally located In dead youngster* harried and tormented -
of all ball parks are at turn but
was Instrumental in pinning center every
Bombers with 19 points and Williams t P Pi
feat on Miller' Red Devil. making a violent swing to the they weren't even permitted
the i
Earlier in the season was top point man left for their 41tt annual din- to take turn In the batting
against Plant with 18.
and Howell had 44 of City ner at the Hotel Americana cage or learn their trade. It
Polk Electric first half winners
point at the Yellow I -' tomorrow night. They are was armed warfare and unbridled .
bounced back on the victory
won 5852. paying tribute to four men hostility from the
the'I I campaign by dumping and there isn't a rightwinger start. Marquard made the
Friday night at the i Dixie Del 9540 and Southeastern -
gym Walker and Howell 92-57 as Dick Barley collected J. In the lot. Each is a left discovery the first day he
I hander. walked into the Polo Ground!
lected JS of the Yellow
38 32 i
and
et*' points In a 1 -44 In other point. Plant City TOURNEY '.IN"LlSTS-T.. to* t...... fettled so the finds .! the UkUn4 laws '.wlina However the watchdogs on "Whd the hell are you?"

over Kathleen. So In I defeated B *game t J Market. 57-52.' Club 4ublM. tramoy with the tMm .f Thorw.ld Mans end Chelsea W.rr... wlnftlHS, the tltU wish t the various congressional Investigating liked Cy Seymour serving

games Walker and lIo and B & J tripped the Bombers I6-I5 victory "*. tank Hell ...4 till Dcvidio. The lows Wwlan, left t. rlliH Hell *f 620 I. Lima committees need II' spokesman for' an unfriendly
have combined tor 83 of 5250. 0..1....* ef 502 I.. 0......, Warran .f 724 CI."... sod rlni*.. of 505 S. I"....."' Nor swiss not order a probe. Each leftyis reception committee.

121 points Bartow hat In the Recreation League, _club' ttttmty. -will be eke fcmk.i>4-wif. effete (lodger Photoy. Heeh..i. _l. ?ram._ richly deserving of the silverware a "Marquard" said Mar
-- will receive a.
- he
against the Red Devils. Webster Avenue (5-0) scored quard.
.
The Southwest Florida I I wine over the Independents LAKELAND LOSES __A.M. ...__. man of distinction.will consist This non of "Hey fellows," said Turkey
ference triumph left Bartow ; (1-5) and People's Bank (3.1) Sarasota Lawn Bowling Club singing quartet Mike Dentin "look at
Ul
Mu
in SFC and 7.7 overall Sandy Koufax Stan the bum McGraw paid $11,.
In a protest. Wesley Memorial won possession of the Massey Lawn Bowling Club Whitey Ford and Rube Mtr ,
Kathleen losing Its n I n (3-2) won over the Catholic Moore Trophy with a 133-124 victory 000 tor.
straight game; is 1-9 in the Youth (1-5) and the Indepen- over the Lakeland Lawn quard. Only the recently cotired Nor did life In this one big

and 3-11 for the teason. i : E i : dents turned back the Catholic Bowling Club team her Friday Slates Celebration Musial didn't but he make started it happy family Improve when
-
In the jayvee encounter. Youth also by forfeit. at the Lakeland court. I big M a. pitcher becoming the Rube made his first start
before
leen avoided a shutout by WLl The two club will play again Club I out at one It was against Cincinnati. He
ML Lakeland Lawn Bowling will hold Its 40th anniversary all
.. of the great
feating the Baby Jackets 4 Vl t fit eity ,. | one was so Jittery that he hit the
for the In March at
4 .* ; trophy parry Tuesday at noon at the Civic Center. of his
It the second m L/ek1 tlMrtrto I I I around ball player first batter and the
was victory I : FfkOt".J: Sarasota walked
OO.I es05M And M., I >.* The luncheon sponsored by the Lawn Bowling Club I generation.
will be for all members of the club along with other Koufax will be hailed u next two to fill his the baies. He
beckoned to catcher
special guests. Over 200 guests are expected. Player of the Year and Mu- Rog.
Bresnahan, a* Han Lo-
The Lawn Bowling Club has a current membership of and meritorious er
for his long
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND 180 largest In the club's history. About 40 per cent of the tlal service. To Ford will go bert stepped up to baa

members-are winter visitors from Canada mostly from the cherished Good Guy "I'm trying to put too muchon
Ontario. the ball!," said Marquard.
Award while Marquard. a
Ii Special Included in the membership Is Mrs Ann Green, who forgotten hero from the past. "Maybe I should take something -
I live In Maine City and II a native of England. CoU B. F. will get the Retroactive off the next pitch."

Sale Rlstlne (Ret.) of Lakeland 1* M years young and 'wa a Award in a better-late-than. "Okay," said Bresnahan
y classmate of Gen Douglas Mae Arthur at West Point. never gesture. His will come "but don't ease up too muchon

One of the oldest members Is Dr. Edgar Olive of Crawfordsvllle for his feat of winning 19 consecutive Otis guy or he'lbelt\ one."
boys' knit Mitt and |eons Ind. Dr. Olive Is 93. games in 1912 still Bresnahan was right Lo-

;' for the state fair/ This year the club has drawn new members from allover the record. bert hit one to the old car

e: f. the nation, including Mr and Mrs. Charles Johnson There might even be a bit barns on Eighth Avenue
ItoTNatu ,>tt .Ya.jtt 4 knit shirts of Santa Barbara Calif. Tops for having the most youth. of extra significance to the This, mind you. was In the
ful relations ie the duo of Mr. and Mrs Adam Lauck of timing of the Marquard presentation era of the dead ball. So the
'R s '' i3 compare at 2.93 Deer Park N.Y.. with 10 children and 37 grandchildren. The Old Timers fans and his fellow Giants

,' The club' regular season i* from Nov. 1 to April I Committee will meet tomor- -gave the Rube a nickname

\: sale! 1.99Popular but lawn bowling continues all year with those members row to elect at least one "The $11,000 Lemon." Fortunately
living the year around In Lakeland playing at night. The ancient into the Hall of Fameat he did not keep it

fotfiion collar oil cottonIn Lakeland grass courts are considered the finest grass Cooperstown and It could long. By 1911 he was a 24-

mart NW patttmt end colors courts in the State of Florid. Moot other lawn bowling very well be that the Rube game winner and the nickname .

completely wathobl. Sixes <6< to I 18. club court are mart. long a willing candidate will was altered. From
The club also sponsors a team in the West Coast get the nod. If to, hit first that point on he was "The
Lawn Bowling League. A new clubhouse was opened last public appearance as a full- $11.000 Beauty"
:year and additional court were constructed This Is the fledged Immortal Will be at Beauteous indeed was the

denim jeans club' first anniversary celebration. the baseball writers' clam way he started off the 1912

bake. season It was with an 18'

regularly 2.98 each When John McGraw bought to-3 triumph over the Dodger
Marquard for the Giants In in Brooklyn and the Rube

sale! '. Kathleen[ High i Baseball Coach 1908 the sport world was went rolling around the

aghast at the wild extravagance league picking up one victory
\ 2 for 5.OO NeededWant of the Little Napoleon. after another until he

Grid Schedule' had 19. On July S in Chicago -

t: '... .,, ::'; ../ Cotton denim |.ans 4n contour proportioned bevy of to beauties be surrounded bya the Cub toppled him 7

'Pt. 't, authentic western styling. Of course dot Well Cycle Races to 2. But he had pieced together

t.. Novy only .In titos '-16 regulars Coach Art Wright's Kathleen there's an opening you for a baseball that glorious string
w end dims Senior High School Red Devils Why wasn't it 20?
t i coach cither mas or "
.. will open their'J9M football season woman-4o handle th* Sun- Slated Today "I was shortchanged, now i
"- Maas' Wear Sys the Rube, a sprightly 74
Boys'
1.4.. with Lakeland Senior Highon beam Bakery women's soft- of
Sept. 18 and close at Fort ball team next season. years age.
Meade High on Nov. 20. Th. team has competed m Top riders from the State of He had relieved Jess Tesreau -
In between are eight other the Lakeland Wemen' Softball I Florida and the Lakeland.Ridge In the eighth Inning of

1 games on the Kathleen schedule League for the past three area will be in competition today a game with the Dodgers.
Jeff had left with the
seta.Fsl released today by athletic director ...a.OIContact the team's in the 9-event motorcycle Big
base full.
3-3 and the
Martin Mills. manager Mrs Shirley Fallln scrambles at the Flying Rebels score
the side
But the Rube retired
Five games will be playedat at MU 18881.bating Motorcycle Club' track here.
and then won on a home run
Warm tips will begin at noon
the Kathleen stadium and
of the ninth.
in the last half
with the first heat at :2
seven of the contests will be p.m.
r rules of scoringthe
; Course By all the
'
division
will
against Southwest Florida Conference There be four weight should have been
and I races In all at the victory
opponents. TomorrowAn the official
r Begins track located about three miles his. However
I The big change in the schedule scorer allotted it to Tesreau.
south of Lakeland on the Lake-
I Is the opening game with 11-week course in safe The odd part about the

Lakeland the first time the two boating will begin at 8 p.m. tomorrow land-Mulberry Admission will highway.be Charged 1912 season was that both
: schools will meet on the football at the Lakeland Senior Marquard and the Giants
with part of the proceeds goingto
gridiron. The battle will be High School cafeteria. I the March of Dimes. cooled off after the red-hot

fought at Bryant Stadium and The spring piloting class is' The scrambles will be sanctioned first Waif.' The Rube won
I. an "away" game for the Red sponsored by the Lakeland Power by the American Motorcycle only seven more games for
Devils Squadron. The class is free Association. the rest of the way although

ht The only other new addItion to the public and anyone Inter. Among the Lakeland area Aden McGnw'i Rowdies held onto

to the schedule Is Admiral sted in boating whether they are: Johnny Giles, Davis At- enough of their lead to take

Farragut of St. Petersburg are a boat owner or not, II I invited kinson and Jim Thomas. the pennant _
.
t \ The opening clash with Lakeland to attend.

: --r\\ and the final two game I During the duration of the --_._-
I of the season with Admiral Far. 11 weeks, classes will meet
ragut and Fort Meade are al'I each Monday at 8 p.m. at the
non-conference. Four of the, cafeteria.

) -., seven SFC outings will belayed The course will cover topic
at home. They include! concerning safe boating. It Ia
L Auburndale Halnea City Dade! one of two sponsored each year Bit I

City and Bartovt. by the squadron.
,_ __ The 1964 Kathleen footbal I Chairman for the course I Ia
_, : schedule Is as follows: John Mitchell.National. a

Sept. IS-Lakeland at Bryant
,
f Stadium: Sept. 25-Auburndaleome Stars
; (SFC); Oct. 2. Hardee

0. .. here (SFC): Oct. ft-Haine Beat AmericanST.
City, home (SFC): Oct. 18 -
Dade City home (SFC): Oct. 23Bartow. PETERSBURG U St.

x home (SFC); Oct M Louis Cardinal Pitcher Ray Sa-
-Plant City, there (SFC): Nov. deckl hurled the National Leagueto
8-Lake Wales there (SFC); a T-8 victory yesterday over
Nov. 13 Admiral Farragut the American League in the
t home; Nov. 20-Fort Meade ninth annual olddmer Marchof

there.Vanesky.Dunkle. Dime benefit baseball gamSadeckt .
5 was one of three play.
ers participating who are Currently .

In the major leagues. LAKELAND CONTESTANTS that* Uktlanrf. mmtfert of th*

Win Shuffle MeetEdith The other two taW'nlnlZ: : : 1 ..tyl I..f Kebab. Motorcycle. Club. will ***npr/ hi Hi* ..." .. f4yM
of the n .......' .
seini aiiitiitil sale the track. IOC"H| sheet thr* milts Mvrii *f Lakeland
Vanesky and Ord Dun, Zimmer of the Washington Sony .n Hi* *........ ..lbarrr. _4. The rMin. left to rifhti hits

kle teamed to win the Frida '. ators. idles, DovM ArkiniMi *nd Jim ThsMsa.arseorovraieI. .
morning Draw Your Partne Old timers in the game Included -
men's "Kentfield" underwearbriefs Civic Center former major leaguers Ed
shuffle tourney at the (. Uric
courts with a 41-34 win ove r Roush Max Lanier Rip Sewe.
John Bates and Eva Bell in th I Johnny Vandermeer Spud Chandler .

regularly 3 for 2.95 inals. and Bob Porterfield e WANTED -
Soft, comfortable, perfect fit combed cotton briefs Earlier they had eliminated I Ron Perez former University

with wide waistband, taped seams, elastic leg inserts, sale! 3 for 2.25 Leita Malott and Bob Fortney,. of Tampa football star now In j MEN-WOMEN .
and double seat. Sizes 2842. S3-35. Bell-Bate* trimmed Net I the Baltimore Orioles farm program .

McGinnl and Henry Miller. :3.s I had the best day with a .Iran'.::'n 11 NN-.":' IurUS100 Mau. new cant'r a M.nMw L erei .Nw ... UB

undershirts regularly 3 for 2.67 to minus 12, while Malott-Fort. homer and two triples. He drove Ov.r..iMfi. _{It 1_. ... M hl l,h .! 1440. iMfilh <" ....*. U
Fine combed cotton yam in a Swiss rib knit, with nylon ney downed Paul Parsons and I .In.TIONAh three runs. IM *M 5--T a 1nN KmlOTt, N..MHunitlr N town .20.12 e.. edvMwm.el- ? 00.0 'M.n, s".ns nmN.ln.nl: INYIH.M _
reinforced shoulders, and extra-Iot, length. Sites 36 Harry Herzberg. 1 -1J.A IKICAN use Ml 1-4 I* aM M* .r.NNw/ "' ,., -
sale! 3 for 00
: = =
field of 19 courts was 1 Ir I tin--, $251S, (II, v.nd"mM r, sus ..t .M N MN ,eta ,. = toot. yes ...._ .
46. Stock and i11
to save SwIMI (*) ,
up now III M.nmr l Ony 111 41.KN.w : U hhM N .M U NM .ms 001, ens tars .e .
play. anal ew.Y., a.NM Uh (111e.M.120 = : = .
undershorts Thursday night, Eva Bell a cad I een.kl, tNYIN.1h 111Nt Leh ,:,:,:: 101.171. U Nan LM.ue It .. ana": *Su.f ha' Ih..nN...a.t an*Nswr.M.la.*t privately as. __ aenaalaVtiani -', _
..n........ t1b M. W.... A........ N ... YMd sae Is na eM020W rIM Ms ..,wn0 nLCo.
Roomy fit Sanforized broadcloth in gripper or boxer regularly 3 for 3.75 Walter Vanesky teamed to wit \41. .... 'n.n so SeNOMMO Lis '......1... not _
the Draw-Your-Paartner tournej I an* MlariM' fill .YI aa .* mail at .-TOOlTrl
styles, In a choice of white, solid colors or fancy pat : ., aUa art full N4iU an :.: van an araaara tmurtfliaift _
sale 3 for 2.7" with a 62-S2 win over Percy San Lakeland Kathleen /w tn.w
terns. Sizes 30 to 42. : =
ford and H. D. Winter in thifinals. .. du. CT NOWI .
T-shirts Split Cage Tilts U' N

They also trimmed Nellie Harold The junior high basketballi M LINCOLN SERVICE Do" 21
Combed cotton T-shirts In the extro long length style regularly 3 for 3.00 and Jim Read 33-19. anDoris team of Kathleen and Lakeland Pekin I llttaefa e

with taped neck and shoulders. Sizes S-M-L-XL; special 9 Ramer and Howard Ma. split two games yesterday 1 r0l Inl'af 7..10 ,_.. ...... _. Mhirtllil'ui'Vlifarm'a''
sale! 3 for 40 III avwnmant N.hw..M
!/ processed to control shrinkage. -. lott, 4935. Sanford Wlmei r afternoon at the Kathleen gym. S ban an kaw M aiMlifv tar a 00.e, .tvrni a
Maas' Men's Furnishing downed Esther Parsons am I. In a ninth grade contest. Lakeland U Nam . . . . . Age . U
Ruth Courtney 85-13, and Kath won 61-19. as Carl Ship .

erlne Adamy and Arch Fanch- ley hit 22 points. The Kathleen Sores . . '.' . Phone .. OU
WITH THE CONVENIENCE OF A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNTs I. .
SHOP Courtne
er 10388. Paraona- ;1 quintet took the eighth graded City Slot
eliminated Earl Huffman ai battle :50-37. with George Keener .

Harry Blaker, 56-23.: hitting 22 points. !I. . . . . . .

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ROUNDUP LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday. Feb. 2, 1M4 3-D
POLK FISHING-HUNTING I
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Hornets Lose Pits Closed : Manatee Defeafs'Dreadnaughfs

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I I 6 V2

To Lake Wales 0 J,0.. -

Despite Rumors
Manatee Hurricanes chalkedup In singles Mike Jackson (L)

. JUINES CITY-Bill Marlson a eV4-V4 high school golf victory I and Dane Hanger (M), tied with

and Lee Debault shot the Lake By FRED W. JONES over the Lakeland Dread 44's; Don Wallace (M), 39. defeated .

Wales Highlanders to a 73-6; Flshing-Hunting Editor a aughts Friday at Cleveland Joe Lewis (L). 42; Mike
eights golf club In a Western
Southwest Florida Conference For some reason we received a rash of calls last week Conference match. Toale (M). 37, defeated James

high school cage victory over asking for the opening date on the closed pits In the Saddle All matches were over the 1- Crumpton (L), 38; George Elsen-

the Halnes City Hornet here Creek Park and Christina Recreation Area. I hole route. A new Florida High trout (M). 41, downed Harry

Friday night The callers were all of the opinion these closed pools School Activities Association Guice (L), 42. Hanger-Wsllace

the ones renovated and restocked last year by the Game and matches tot downed .-Jackson and
ruling cut golf
Martson finished with 25 Fresh Water Fish Commission were to be opened on the holes. prep Toale-Elsentrout beat Crump-

points and Debault had 21. Fr id first of February. l : ton-Gulce In doubles

Comparato paced the losers At least two of the callers said they had been told of 1 i y It was Lakeland's first match!

with 25. this opening date by wildlife officers Cars Race TodayAt of the season. The Dread

However there certainly was 'some mistake. A check with naughts are coached by Miss
--. LR
SpeedwayWINTER
Planters _.TV* '*"* T'.... auft"". ,..: S, IM Ml.H, Nd. .s. 4.at ......, .... ; I Mabel Caperton.
Romp .. *'.". l1.1I .."... UM a .." 101ft "_ ,'U s.">." s.ta a1/a,
5.55.s.0 riM It.4* ......, ..... II U a .... u Nh HAVEN Late and
*."t r. 54, a. 1M4. N. i> ,_ in ...., 0,17, ami law NON l aq ., -
WAUCHULA Plant City ".** .wn.i .. .. ,..... 1
7J soft "W *Mh 11 p mt IMM 1H41 m.l early model cars will race today
.....
. tfti. It"II .
High School's Planters con -- .. at the Lake Region Speed-

tinued their assault on South- the Game and Fish Commission and with Clayton Phillippy. way located on the Old Winter
west Florida Conference
foes .
the biologist in of those reveals such Haven Lakeland highway
charge
pools, no opening
here Friday night by dumping date had even been discussed.We Harold Peavy of Tampa re lust

'the Hardee High Wildcats 83.59. were told It is probable the closed pools in Saddle cently leased the track and ex-

for their ninth SFC win against Creek Park would be reopened on July 4. But note this Is a wets to have such driven as TakieeTk.
no losses for the and
season Bunny Reutimann of
Zephyr-
tentative date.
30th straight In the SFC Cans.uPr .
As for the closed pools In the Christina Recreation Area hills Wayne Cliburn of Bartow

Gerald Danley and Mike we were told there has been no discussion of any opening date and Cush Revette of Tampa
Roily son led the defending SFC
entries.
among today's
ai
yet. 5 Glad f.
champs with 22 each.
points We might venture a guess on these pools based on past Gates open at noon today

John Beattie and Skipper Cause experience, that they will be opened a short time after thoseIn armups are scheduled at 1 p.m. Harer.

had 12 each for Hardee. Saddle Creek Park but this Is only a guess. fiSH IVIRYWHIRI-n.ri era all ever the ,!I.ce-In bells, rest ..>* sR i rln,.. and races get under way at 2:30: ,,'1

I The thing that perhaps should be made clear is that when ptclii, all Httl, were outfit ky Sherry M...., W. I. McGulliB. D. .. Dlin *n< Bill W p.m.

'Hounds 'Pirated'DADE any of those closed pools are to be opened there will be lots Ltktltnt1, .t Lake. Pltrt Ml *f J."i..|.' FliKinf Ctmp. The foul ca..eht the .,. of notice ahead of time enough to let everyone know aboutit. Softball Managers

CITY-The Pasco High That Is the way the Commission operates nowadays at OPEN
AND ANSWER MAN
Pirates of Dade City upset second least. Shug JordanTo QUESTION Meeting ScheduledThere 8:30: .M..11:00 P.M.

place Auburndale 7060
here Friday night In a South Boating Safety Courses WorthwhileIn will be an organization RENTAL CLUIS

west Florida Conference high Speak a1 meeting of managers of all
school basketball clash. last Thursday's Ledger and again today there are Coaches men'l Softball teams planning

Pat Ward paced the Pirates stories concerning the boating safety courses set to begin tomorrow At Dinner to enter the Lakeland Parks
night being offered by the Lakeland Power Squadron. 04GoCENTER
23 and Recreation Department \
with points while the losing
Bloodhounds were led by Booty We say again as we've said many times before and as along Ralph (Shug) Jordan head summer program.

Etherldge's 31Mulberry. long time (licensed to carry passengers for hire in many football coach at Auburn University The meeting will be at 7-30:

waters) boat operator ourself these courses are most worth and one of the top grid Free Sub RuleBy p.m.> Tuesday In the Recreation

while.Whether coaches In the Southeast will Center.All .
Rallies you're a new boat owner a boat owner and operator teams or any Individual

of some experience or just a prospective boat owneror be the principal speaker at I inning to form a team should 1740 New Tampa Hwy.

MULBERRY-Mulberry High operator, you are invited to attend these classes. the annual Lakeland Dread- JACK FLOWERS Question How do attend the meeting Churches 86-0613

School's Panthers rallied In the They will be hell! each Monday at 8 pm. for 11 weeks naught Booster Club football Assistant Sports EditorA free substitution : In the Lakeland area are urgedto

third quarter here Friday night In the Lakeland Senior High School cafeteria. dinner Saturday at the school's couple of weeks ago thenation' college football I have a representative at the Jamie Jackson,

and staved off a last ditch effort Cafeteria. college football coaches Answer: "I think meeting as plans will be discussed Golf Professional

by the visiting East Bay And an item that should be brought to the attention of The dinner will begin at 7 voted for the return of free substitution for a more for expanding the slow

Indians to take a 57-53 Tampa every hunter and fisherman the meeting to be held to establish p.m. and will honor membersof under certain limitations. football. However pitch league.

Bay Conference high school the hunting and fishing regulations for the coming year the Lakeland Dreadnaught still will reau" ire

cage decision. will be held about four months earlier than usual this year. football team. Master of ceremonies The Ledger's Question and player. A lot of

Larry Hagan was high point In the put there has been a series of meetings held will be Red Mitchum Answer Man contacted Miami's to play offense and

man for Mulberry with 20 and throughout the state so sportsmen could express their opinions former Gaior grid star who Charlie Tate Florida State's cause of fumbles,

Mike Friuell collected 21 for on changes and proposals In fishing and hunting rules. played under Lakeland Coach Bill Peterson and Florida's Ray ceptions and the ININGIdefinitely. !

East Bay. Following these meetings there was a meeting of the Fish Nurmi Nelson before Nelson Graves to get their opinions and can't get that time I NO

and Game Commission held in July to make these rules came here. I views on this topic. only has four time

Frostproof VVinsOKEECHOBEE officio:. Tickets for the dinner are All three were asked the same stands now. The i

However the dates of these meetings often made It impossible $3 'per plate and there will luestions. Following are their without a doubt and

Frost to get the new rules In print and out to the public in only be 300 sold. They may answers: a lot of burden off .

proof Bulldogs measured time and fishermen and hunters found themselves without be obtained at Plott's Jarman CHARLIE TATE ANSWERS and allow for better absolutely. |

'Okeechobee 6553 here Friday knowledge of new laws. Shoe Store Peoples Bank (University of Miami) Question Will .
Conference So this the meeting of the Commission which will Florida National Bank First
night In I Ridge year liberalized t
Question: Were In fa-. more
high school basketball tilt. I make the rules official will be held In April rather than July. State Bank and First National you positively. .
effect of
vor of the return to free substitution any your
. Mark Chapman paced the The meetings at which the public may express its opinions will Bank ? next ..ea.on'An.wer unequivocally.
be held March. The Boosters extra .
with 20 during
Frostproof attack points sponsor Answer "Yen much : "1 don't
so
Exact dates and locations of these public will be curricular activities Lake. : very
while Steve Watford led the meetings at
I think
Question How do think It will help unquestionab
losers with 16. announced by the commission In the near future. land Senior High School. you
tree lubMltullon will effect last year's rule

football our team more
college ?
Answer: "I think It will give else and kept us a rib sr w

i us an opportunity to approach 1 better season"
I Bowling Scores And League Standings)l the game the way It should bt! Question: Do )' Li.ft'I r

I played. This I way we'll be able 1 substitution Is)

- to compete with the caliber an I Answer: "Sure. I I

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5. L.00 'aftl' ... .. i l_ ..,_. ...i J.m Mayar I. 144. 73015,5005? LEADW.. know we will go Into t spring college football
I.. Le'_._55.7.,,"Nu.Ir0...... .._. .r 03 02 soI. to to',I2/7i ned Mirlvn...... Ta 111>lar. .111 2II .tt....M n ..Cu.l...... I STARLITI W. L. .. V"_. D.'"." :. .. t; practice in search of the best 1 Answer: "It will .,,' I

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non., 155.. L._Soils lOa, 507 1M, h.-505 ..,gh w.m _._ A.I ...... .. T.V.. .1... .S .|I.*Tt .M'ryHI Tynan J. I I.. ... 5.510, get to the point i your We just can't use enough adjectives
2nf1 .ft '.n tea "
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we
JOO' 5,275 51700 au .n $557107no. T (. CM. Bill 4 S M.m.cltu'tn'MaitMri 1 to .
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1411. 5555 10I SSRISSJWry ..h....IMn.dud 505*, e_ ""'ft_. ".th".Intivituil nmti *>lly ..n...... ......... a.... o'.dyt fhr.lt, Butt which will Improve college football ably will use the tolene shirt Is made of '100% Doc ran* polyester .
"' __ at* OAMI 100 cent. system as far at
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II..TO" L5AOU1w j.na Jahnun M. lltl. Bill C_ 5taos1 ..,II.ft Ijot. .hn....', 2011 tlurt Hit. B1IL will allow In o tricot weave that refuses to wrinkle 1
L .. PETERSON ANSWERS us
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211. coeds KLUB 101. 0.." Ba4 Son II na. : but not It's good for the Shown In Glen a soft short point medium .\
tot o..tt W. L $_. ".,r ,....'.n. 55 fis a complete I ably. ,
Mnklfits."Kr . 10I. *. Slaatirt, Mil Tarn B.Kri4.l'll .....th DIu.'" .. 21 and
Jim. Mww* 4.1\105 I Uli 2Oe1 ON. "-... ..,. |. Wraaa-rrijt '"* 111 IN Sia. let.L.. spLITs .... team Mria., ,h..5520 C..vral.t. 'ree one. Last year's rule was players and it spread collar. A variety of colors and %

W. .:r'.i' :: .i.i'e. real T."fi It* tt ". W. 0.'_'., 5.0 000 ......,. Ill.. .... I a bad one. I was in favor or
:-O.i. 7101 : 1 .,.. ..If.... II..... nvdualt Mian bats .. ) ,h. ChawralatIndlyrtual
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tTI ... An4arvt 0 O to
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50.1 55,0 vuf0 D.n."''' Ph.,...... OJ., County litiLtu SSr N ao his "King of the
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"*. SPLITS rsMai.uN 2M1; ....... sots Tick. ain .. Meade and Lake Placid
A. C.,.. S.111, M a,._... I.i', .. In4..ituil MTIM. Juba ".... 112, Taylor, driving
to ...11I......, 4.I.T| TWO N..t/.. ..'.'*, : 20* OAMJ have been added to .he mouth will take on
.. Nutta, I.Itl .......... WilliimtUMBAV T..*, Ml 212. t. "war II, 202 football schedule of the Santa LONG SLEEVE 8.95
210 tlon in the
a.' ... C'.,.. 9)2 2041 N. T.llm.r. super
O. .d...... Illl O ...".... 111.. "., .. Fe Crimson Hawks when the
NI8MT MIXII > .. 'oloso.. au J. Wickatl 22T ail i tory experimental 7.95 >
W. L M. Kilaar 10' Hawks play football for the ficlals, have posted SHORT SLEEVE
Ukt Wirt Muma Mama Itl' 41 to* '.IIal tint lime O'
fall.
next
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TSNo .... It 14 The Lakeland Catholic school
..... T.V Tt II C'\ IIIUL..OV.W. Taylor. .
4 0..A.I...... ..A....1 L... W.rfc t.. ..... WIN .12.. a'., already has set up games with Regular time N. Down '.'....nl. Up T. In Mtntht -' :: :
M
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s 1.01 ...., ... .. 7 : a m. followed .,...
...... ... .. Lo..ft' .1 10. link Cr4i Plan
".... _.oo ......n'A. Mww J II... I .. Plot.Nrlh. ... 1'......' .. "::1 I Admiral farragut Tampa time trials and T. P*,. Use Via @l7_
,
NSh 0575 11.0. ..... Ml
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w-Jt.....,. ....h Warn .OTiaii Plan the afternoon.

.Mauray alas ... all,.....B... aTl T,._>....lltlm.th Morari I. N,....,. 'InNvSoN"M.YIOI, 5.0577....... .... 0750 RNk.. 521N ale.I and Cardinal Tampa Mooney Berkeley of Sarasola Prep. the more than 100 LAYAWAYCHOOSI -
"* lal.' OAMIO tries Is Bob
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THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE ........ 5/5. .JoyMU. N.'r.', 2tTl JOA B,. I.NN.wnSI..e.n.7011 S 2641 II..... also been scheduled. Both Lake NOW A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY MIRCHANDISI
H. Cuii .. .... a. 2211 B Bura
... .. a 11 i m 1 III CSftSff YOU SILICT UNTIL NItOIO.
COMPANYTakes .... O. J0Y. "'. be non.onference games DALLAS
INSURANCE i X I'A Lo 551. sours ,5 I
.. All of the Crimson Hawk
.*'-. SI ____ ijssLtfs.riv .. RED
games will be on the road. ,
in CITRUS .NDu.T ii LSAOU Friday Night Til 9
Great Pleasure C5NTIRW. L- { Wen LMtDuft. And Coach John Mack Indlcated Open
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Announcing that Career Agent .. 04.505,40 51.0055 5341 21I N' '" .._.. ..... 11 yitvi the team would only Landry of the
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JOSEPH .11 *
...... 5000 55O1, Po51.o ....-- AllitiM In.., 2I4haa announced
.... M.hb..4,04,05ii. .... ..
.. t Prini W. Named
Red
Maclntyre ( ) Hickey has
0,55 wi55 isdIsidIlit ..
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been certified as o 0.55: .5155 Nardu051..... ..: : : .....> '''_101_''.l tariaM .. W.. coach the
Member of the I T07507.731 7suJ.OJ. ....... .11, 5.Now. Ii..... .'1. 171 0005 Miami Grid Scout
passing
Qualifying ... .. allr .. game.
DOLLAR 725'.. P057.4.. ..U.. 1711' C. M.... 151 Iron. Wllllso Cii..*. .illl.l. 11145 0171555 MIAMI un-George Maclntyre Hickey la a
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MILLION ..
1964 I "C51r0, ueiM5. 001 104. 2501 5.5wwrtl. 17.0 Wm..ow 200 201.OAM5 24, of Jacksonville was named coach of the San
TABLEof 264. ....,.. "....., 07.7.05. SI*. >.11 a football player recruiter yesterday 49ers.
ROUND SPUTs ,Tin'Olaria .,. -. -.-.
ill Lamb I '.11 *
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:..- (,...... I It for University of Miami

the National Association of CTANAMID LI."I 17. NOPSIULSWM Loot his Alma Mater. 207 EAST MAIN STREET
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Life Underwriters. I. W.Muttart .. .. M U I Twkb7. 2115 515,., Maclntyre was a Hurricane MORTGA6I
."....... .. .. .. .. II If 3 5527 I......... Ul.. IIVIat quarterback 19581960 and was
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1868 and over $3 B.lllon. THurnawt w n 51,55 5570 5171.11 P.n .h. lilt coach at Jacksonville FIRST so Years of Qualify, Service :
PACIFIC MUTUAL founded In health and .an NMI._m _...,I w.co....., ...*. ,I M.... team ......, Tha T......... 411M assistant Ot
complete life, group ...... ...... ..., Parker School before
of Iniurone in fore. offers I.. tl* fcMrtt w..c. 141 IK indoiiual 1''' TurnMrtM Terry High ".ft.vie* .. OUR
..tn In.ivi4ual _.... t. Bay Mr*. .U Ml To Ain in the lakeland Ana
with the
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day Feb. 2. 1H4 .British Troops Prevented I In The Military Service M FtY r eA'd a



I ) NEED THESE? Anarchy In East AfricaBy LakelandSecond training at Fort Gordon Ga. A

Need e roof' Coating thai 19S8 graduate of Plant City: High

. will stop 'leaks In most any DENNIS NEELD cracked down hard and fast onl Lieutenant Dorian IX. School, the 23-year-old soldier
1'00.1 Our Aluminum heavy Wind of Lakeland Is being n
;' fibred MobllmHc will do It and NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) By'' rebellious African soldiers d"l assigned' to Adair Air For; attended the University of Flora rk

help cool your haute at the swallowing their n.Uonall.tprld. mending more pay and quicker Station, Or., following h I I Igraduation II Ida. +
tame tim. Prk In J gallon promotion.
and calling for British from the Unite
I drum only $3.10 per gal In Tanganyika, President Julus Bradley
Need High Rug Thresholds troops to quell a spate of brus States Air Fore electronic da a

that will let your doors clear ire army mutinies three East Nytrtre hesitated for five machine maintenance office r Airman Jesse M. Tarvla Jr.

the rugs? We hove them attNeed African leaders have saved days before appealing for Brlati courts at Kessler AFB. Mica son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M.

( each. their countries from chaos on a aid During that time his The lieutenant eon of Mr. Tarvln Sr of Bradley la being
e Step Ladder? From 2 mutinous elected IU
Congo I<:ale. army own
and Mri. Leonardut Xortekaa reassigned
to 8 ft. Need a medicine cobl-
commanders and held the
net? From 6.30 up. The governments of newly I In- country of Rt. 4, Old Tampa Highway. Chanute AFB. tf

I TABLE. LEGS Impendent Kenya and Uganda. at its mercy. Lakeland, la a graduate 01 111. for technt
-- with British I military helJOYNER'S British Efficient Wlllem De ZwIJger High School. cal training asa
A Mt of our Gerber Wrought Rotterdam Holland. He attended United States
Iron' table "teas end a Flush DOCK About 5,300 British Midlers,, .. R I
Kansas City (Mo.) Jun Air Force missile
makes a handsome law Prlc! JOTTINGS backed by naval and air power,
Tobl.. ; for College and the University o t r mechanic.
took over responsibility for th
Decorate your entrance wlrf Kansas. He received ble commission .. Airman Tarvln ,
our new Sun Flower design em. Good morning! From time security of Kenya, Uganda and I In 1962 upon comp)e. who enlisted In r I

batted ornamental Po" .. Flat I tlm..e.U have had to buy a Tanganyika and their 23 milllo I. Uon of Officer Candidate School.. the Air Force a

7.95, Comm 1295. few tools and too people. They put down widely short time ,
power s Army Private Jantei E. Do ago ?
PREFINISHEDPLYWOOD I :eoo. : scattered mutinies with a min\M
I, for the home. 'lit 1 mum of bloodletting and maximum .. ton, IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Case y hat completedhis

PANELINGWe Joyner Lumber Company at 60 speed The British act E. Dotson 841 W. Lemon St., Initial basic TARVIN HOME lUllDUS INSTALL-Free" lehr, !left, (seaming pmMerit,, .f the LekeUr.4. Home Sull4.

eon furnish out of Tom West Lemon S te; bred no casualties Four African Lakeland Is stationed at Jerersonvllle ., military train.leg Tex. The era AuetleMen. U cMt,.fiil( ..e> .f Henry D. gq.UN., carter, pretleW. sal eke NerMei Hem lullAueclerlen ...
Lackland
pa many beautiful Hardwood has a comple. soldiers were killed Ga., undergolnmissile g at AFB of ., Palm ......) cod e..r..,lns ",*..I! '.'* James Dcvli. Imtellerle. ceremmlet.. were bald,. It
Panels' Out of stock we can 5 line of quail y Nyerere called for an Immed. training. He enlisted in: airman la a 1963 graduate the Lektlene-. Yacht Club. friday. ,,'.ht. (lee'tet H>e.e .T Hujlieel'
supply with Loun Motogany hand and erne Mulberry High School. ,
you our r conference of all Africa the service in July of 1963.
Pra-Flnlihed Panes" A ;t tools foi ate
really great bargain, at Our price your power selectlo foreign' and defense minister( to AuburndaloLACKLAND NEWS OF RECORD Home Builders

of 16c per ft.EAST. 4 We handle thenam.bund i discuss the East African crisis.

I In a message to African head AFB. Tex-Air.
SIDELUMBER of Stanley of state, he called the situation man Frank W. Peyton, son o( CIRCUIT' I COURTeaabeart uN Lel. .wr.-t.; : sass rA R. M
product and declared E Plnan'r:: a oT Lakalana1Inj ,. TbCrpr -.. Install Lohr
CO. and Millers, in East Africa critical f Mrs. Alice B. Morrison of 419 ; rte. V. H. ....IM!. .ItUaaUoa. %, :ietss JeeOosdUmas..I iutt.r: *
that army revolts constitute Ii Brldgers Ave., Auburndale, is t Int. eta, n
Falls In band I hit! cxmntr. ete., ti O A. Caaaol et tot H a rdse.t *u *l et 'IDaI
One mile .... ef Ua>r KentM tools and tile I a grave danger to the who being reassigned to Sheppard: eminent domain aulLAnnie df rw for pluloUlft.
Hwy ft. MU 1..'" complete line of, continent He suggested a con- AFB. Tex., for technical train J Mir Vlekarl., .an virkan aloena. ... PeaertJamea hit el opwir l, final. tto.lYi.:...XI, *min IM.rt'taltkft de.mein As President

tools ference at Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika ng as a United States Air ForceInance Dorot ilrkrvdlNbr: oeb H. Utkar sea II N J. r. teat.- .. w.
Jr. Skil
TeM Jerner, power '
not later than Wednes and statistical data ipelalist. Laraina ratter .a. Jesus Fetter. 41Rachlln Pot .5s '. ...... .. .niNS-
We believe that In the long run Cain at final .ludtmaiit. '
will obtain better service'day. Airman Payton who Jpmei C. ... tear lUotillnitlonat domain ,Mill M U arae b. Oarrtolk J. Fred' Lohr was installed u

you life of tool., and ,..v.money The extent of Communist Influence DOTSON CLOUD enlisted In the Air Force a short hdirol dlroro,. .>. n bounty rte ... ......... T Howtint president of the Lakeland HomeBuilders
LET US REPLACE longer .: ilouiAma4Ni: : Yr,
In the revolts I. time has completed his eolhN it OlllClifaVnrVatimal at final' juntrotnt. ems rot
by purchasing good tools army Army Private Loren L. Cloud ago : domain mil aa la Buetne T. Foe* Association during I
at Bank af et tn-a. L.a ,
YOUR BROKEN difficult Initial basic military training > q0
With a reasonable amount of to gauge. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. bun, aka n. Prank:; Ubrrwa. ct Polk Piul Pra their,,annual installation dinner
:
tools Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug Lackland AFB Tex. The airman and u.l. t Alb""s. ..... at aiCtKlE alt1IA1NL anlnant; ee-
AUTO GLASS maintenance, good quality Cloud. Rt. 4, Lakeland has I. 1963 of Auburn :':*(s J.eel Nun, nil Friday night at the Lakeland
declared in graduate
a .
will last for and will be a las-Home of Britain basic at sans of ... PMarabure William p. rilckmnn et vs ta. Burl
years Interview that he completed training dale High School. n Carbrt Cra>af it vi at almortlaaa wil,o. dlnmiMaJ Yacht Club.
a television forarloiuranational Charlie i.. Cheese t **n W
*
I pleasure to use. Camp Gordon Ga., and being
Communists were behind af waiiehMar tae rl Dill,,' s Yea. aru.I11etCia :
.n" Other
AUTO GLASS thought tent to Germany for duty. Mariarn Ran Chawnlni: ate? u officers Installed Included .
I We also have many Stanley the disturbances.In M toe at il, morlaate (oraaloiun ra ii Blllupa"ai ir ... U 9<< '
specialty, hardware items that Prior to his overseas transfer Rlditwood navlnai Sank, aM? n WIN WYIIx. (ni, tie. and] John FreJarlrk : :- Sidney J. Bagjetr; vice
President lie Frank Da .ia ,
SpeciatttU Madagascarn aM. et el. mart.PIrM'8a None dlmllaal
will make your home more con Philibert Tsiranana said on his ;Cloud was stationed at Fort sue irniiMaD I'ubr b, ':,:.rod"1'r a. Howard Ambroaa. president! William T. Fusselle,
Loan Aun ef J r- .,
venient. One of Stanley's newest from France that he had Sam I Houston, San Antonio, Tex, Mr City, .o. Arthur Smile Oaul. Ollieea511nkJerY.o. *. Brnrit Let Jack- secretary; and Herman Deaton
:
return where he served with tne ArmMedical at at. maryut.rl.nondaun.. ton' tto ales darraa dlvorea, ,
/ Items is all-purpoee metal hpr sldent Charles deaulle Pint radrral AMnJf A B Cfamtnt vi. Floyd U aundcri ata treasurer
These extra strong Corps. He was employed Paimburi, ale *>. charlnCtiarlMt a at ml. final aNN loraalealneVlrall'Tpln.
folding legs. InEa.t orr. 1 :. '
subversion 0
file
a on Director
Include James
f legs have many uses. They can at Kraft Foods Prior t ::1:1PAYTON : :* rarerINUr* I U h. CII Div
Africa. He asked for more the service.Fred wn a.rlnle '05.1.'Me n ton Wliiint, ::: Rot t I'idler 1 Jl- Director Include James
be used to make portable or "otherwise entering 1'.hraMtleNrUree, Bailor el ui. norlfaiiUniud reel judgment for plalnlllf iitasillldrad .
military aid( saying of Mrs MO'MM S. Bcrest.. A John _Dl. Davis, Robert Adams George
Wasmuih
knockdown train set table ping- be us to the son avrrlrlne Oora ate., final A.en a
abandoning
pong table aawhorse, picnic you'll tussiana and Chinese" V. Fred Wasmuth of 301 Union ti WjIllanjTM" : .:Randall at a. laarU Siuaa *Wwka'"'rs.dmhutos Wtakl, finalhjrfeT Miller Herman Deaton and

able, benches and many other Drive, Lakeland has been promoted reeoa. trla SeM'Do, e Arn 'wtlth IlrmNw1 1115N t.Wlltn .' Robert Sherman.
,
A successful Communist supported HARTLEY : :f. : :: final daaraa
applications. Tbe legs fold flat to airman second class lea knemis. COUNTY COUNT I Installation officer was GeorgeK.
,
for easy storage. Each leg assembly revolution In Zanzibar 25 Airman Wasmuth is stationedat Airman Denzel E. Hartley alit k.k...t Ru.ro.L mNlese: re,. hula frreri"'un s.fl Ma"n.. ire wWfnlsm I Miller, regional director.

All (InttelleHeii' ", .d. lyeieert mounts simply with four miles from the helped African spread mainland thespirit Eglin Air Force Base as a on of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. An.n N eem Lttelsed seed, tie, tor.Doe,. .10.. e"IIBello. eimann,, s ,* MartOa Cbembrn Je m.arldYN.W9AAlikleswLiinnr ..I.4krsnpa .. Henry D. Bogatin, president of
Another clearly with the 4th Nuns Menufscwrlnl Co., Is.. Ile : : the Florida Home Builders
workmen. Complete screws. new Stanley of Insurrection weather observer Hartley of 207 McKean St. Perkins Mmut.rturlne y knlfr; Out-In.. 13. .mpCrn5 ., .. At
soak .f fectery palterMfer (product Is their Surform Tools. though Weather Group. He is a graduate uburndale, Is being reuslgnedto d.- f Shtllr 'puk. Dobbo. 91. Lak.., sociation from Palm Beach

ell makes .f cert.W ,;These handy tools save time yerere says there la no link of Kathleen High School. Amarillo AFB, Tex., for Kir"sssiviT.Tvir.v: William,, : Arthur Miiofi SI. ttkaland.! also attended.

carry In tteck felt forming and trimming wood plywood between the trouble In Tanganyika Army Pvt. Frank E. Albert technical I training as a United 1 "df p. tcC* vi ZU:'a Mace fce nirnHt : and LaktlandCOUNTY Amrtla. Jraaatte Mda.3 I.
and the Zanzibar revolt.It .
ck.nnal runner, metalcKennali I composition boards, plas- 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie States Air Force administrative o oe tenth wines ... Jamie Cum.bla CLAIM,. COURT 1 ROMAN POSTAGEThe
..... resvleren.tirlmerei would be amazing if the seecurity .u rood
ics tile hard rubber St. Lake- IlrorN.Order .
asphalt Albert 725 W. Tenth peclallit. Airman Hartley, who Alllrd Robart Jonri. 8"lIo'dn and
A5Ne10thm words "postal"
forces of Kenya Uganda am Oacr_ M lariat.. Inn VI pott
and other materials
eledtr fumUhae1wltheut fiberglass had been and, was assigned to the 1st enlisted In the Air Force a short onttamarr Co ta K LiVarn' ant UiaaMtb HartayBordntr age" and "poetmsn" and "post
: and Tanganyika not 'I''f'-
eblirlon.. When you are looking for tile target of Communist Infiltration Armored Division at Fort Hood time ago has completed his D'n'Wllllarn:;., jnt W.,.ate HoJmwT, 'i. Tel dis Teak. Ca.uVe" .. /te lulldlnl Malrrlala !DIll n!office", are all derived from the
ounnalu 3 3Bordntr
:
Tex, early in January. Albert Initial basic military training Ai.mlN.u John D. rod xW
good hand and power tools, come But It I Is difficult to nail lumblne Co., Ine. ..... Bulldlne MatrrlaJa' see tl Latin word, "positum" meaning"placed"
Lumber Company at entered the Army last October The airman Is a 1962 graduate .: J M Rfrnolo., dlinlual: and Olmora Oarl SI.2 VI "fixed".
Into Joyner As the
CENTRALGLASS 1 down whether an over-all Com- CIKabrtH Harder .i. Raort TbomBMB akpheoo Concrrt* tl, Homar .. tutOrirla or
601 West Lemon Street and see completed basic training at of Auburndale Senior I High ft ui at M, dtimlwal TKomDton, S472 J7'phanl Book of Knowledge explains it,
unlit plan was Involve Tannylkat Ga. and Is a School. with] Dsr10 l BcaKa, a lDti.ate tl '' Conrrale rte sensate B. Alnhnii '
I MIRROR CO. our Stanley, Millen Falls and Defense Minister Oscar Fort Gordon Moblla Honia at alO.niral"V rornb/ Ot the ancient Romans had sta-
B 1st I Cancral tt. CaJtln t. endRaria
member of Company ,
Skll lines. Kambona his lfpiona Ca or ria Ina., DNlae11.te ions, or posts, at fixed points
country
302 M. Infrekam A... aays Battalion of the division's 46th Haines City rte M. Johnny and Ibnull -alklnl ...ph... Control* ta John B. and Dalorta -
the network of roads that
See next week hat launched an Investigation toexpose ale dlamllial. Hitilnld. lit 10 along
you Infantry. He Is a 1958 graduateof louuirrn Plpa ani .. SUphrni Conrrala .. CharlM f aal
Motel Co. laii "
Tel MU 6 6164Y I stretched across their broad em
any conspiracy connecting School and Airman Third Class Little M. nor Kincock .to jlamlMal. bilhrr A KaUin. ft4 MUndl .

_u__ __Tom.sad,. Ii the three mutinies II was Rochelle employed High by International rowell Jr. .of Haines_ City Is t,Vtfir'A'; _IP.,....at."I.a u,'''i-t.I:..Jobe.;_. /., 1 fakaland: ,. modern till",' .II: R,Cored M .Houeh'.. Richard. 11511 '1.Harrla. 1. pire.poets Horse and messengers were kept carrying at these
1 "
I': icing reassigned to Laon AB musts '
Mineral and Chemical Corp., rt Lueloui
France, following his graduation Sebert Chlldm, at* ti Orare. Bay 4.55 MPmronBras I20 HI letters on public business would
before entering the Army. Sand ala t ? dlamlMtf LN.Lnd I'i.: :Core: vi. {InS Palmtakrland .
DRIVE RIGHT IN FREE PARKING FREE Class Emma I. from the technical training Halliard Aerldntffirp. Indmnlly CnLllllt I hoe? stop at them to change their
Airman Third aka r1. 14Y0.e. 'V1. Wlal5m4 dW Plnanra was. ... Henry C tired animals for fresh one.
course for United States Air nlra .. .
ASK ABOUT DELIVERY of Lakeland a member Patt rton S7T ISaxboard
ridges MM drown .'. Arthur Ard Plnanra at Winter Kat . . .
Force aircraft mechanics
of the Women in the Air Force Jet at Brown.inl "all1 d.arena dOorrt a >, 91oasW X. .k.4 .rAve .
Amarillo Airman Palk r mrhird It Be. '' |
AND SAVE (WAF) It being reassigned to I AFB Tex. Molt al af flout judfmant. _I"."' ,
RUBEROID Crowell was trained in the maintenance domain tub .. to Pradarlck ArUiur Meal DO YOU
Maxwell AFB Ala., following Hfbrt et uf te H ;of.nnft'KfT ti Bill wiiham dad .
and Inspection of jet HulhM ; COO."r: L."ttI Vmu Uniform Ca. tBOO
'
ASPHALT her graduation, Jr, at u'ati aa to A. Ito. rnt1: RlecUle Oo. >l. late* Tulq.Orax 'NEED :
fighter planes currently In useby +
SHINGLES from the technical the Air Force. The airmanthe Pert OMiaral Tire. one ire tl. Fla. Jtiaetrl. Oe, ti. Homer McMulllnOablt

-- Light Bulbs I 68 t trainingcourse i. eon of Mr. and Mrs L. 4.aral 1, Oibbi VtraworMia It? >a., ::' :d"l .....ru.Iodf.m Co/9wd al.hetrlenw n 7. P, ai.aw. !: New Wlndsw ScrtentT I
P for Unit Ia11Lmkr4
N.r. Aev. Irene1. la Square M. Crowell Sr. of 902 Hill Drive br.nce, w? ... I. A, Otle. ,11.. cane, EI'Mtne CY. ... Mre. .. R. Cl.Na Or Here Yevr Old Ones
ed States Air
Cavart .
100 ft < Haines City and ll a graduate .ank :?* .. ... "r.e' :: rAIr -
p ins l I..... per .... Force personnel I Woodi, MulMrrr: : at teal a. :cr1iI"loo b aHt se'dlUOIIlftl RsMwes1?
19'Av w h ".. ar aaiara.ftauara or Haines City High School. lator OoBcrtla oa, I.... ... Harold P. .'l .:ttlnMN.1 C Airr CeodlUoalelr
lab aa.anmikaa specialists at r Poi. dlxnlMal.adla To seise
WE DO IT QUICK :
1) IG. far aaly, .law- Greenville AFB, Nawtoa *iUoa ... "' ...... hrnt'rh TH U oCnr AIr alel
Inilall an. + DundeeAirman wila!>n. dUmlmtafwinia ire 7Toma., lJl:11.
|. Ret. 2SCOW.75W.100W Mies. Alrm.nDrld 'IM.'i.. Aibruuin .'. Billy Junior 15 1 panty Mrrlr., 411.Coe. WITH THE BEST _
:
1.:1' ,..
1"aail dumlual lirary Nulf. p"i., .
15 AND 10 LI. FELT Hell was Joseph C. Clonlnger, CIrda kanora culpropar ... Cal'lnaul'"L. Si....11.n C. 1."IImo"' Kaiser I. Alcoa ,.

trained to prepare son of Mr. and Mrs. Obed C. ;;! .>">Mri1li. ti.'MMarr Joyoe Mini. hens W.tern .\\rr4:rlrsnpl. .a w51ke Co: n.OW U
.
J D.IIr1, / Aluminum Series a
ASK ABOUT
and
main. Cloninger of Fourth Street, Dundee aanknol"Lalia Alfred rte CharlM WHoVmalerJanl' Aetna Itnal e n JIAIbor' I" PlI.

DELIVERY6 Daunt .UMINT tabs personnel BRIDGES II being ::;: '.raj. Hott Bryant, IIIimaUMaa ANna HrodMN.Pln.ar, ..fO.M:: R oad .
., STANDARD cords and reports. tor Nnb whll.kb. a v5bwdq
r..laned Wllllami I tl. Jama wine ..IJ Admholt ... .. F. McOisbes. OXFORDLUlIBER
and to advise airmen on hanute AFB/. Ilm,, dllml.eJ. e O. :
Wivobnla Jonnw n ti. S9llah JahnaaD Auta In-trla Apuliann Ca
Manager. FLUSH DOORS : career development problems Ill, for technl.cal SmApauiht v. Halrn Blaarhirl' itiaphmmt. :
Water The airman is of p\ a r.. Rabart WPauih ONt! Auta Urrlrla g Apollo,., Cejw .
a graduate
training asa i ] alunlMalUnion Cars Oellta,
INTERIOR Lakeland High School. She attended rinanca Ca. Me. Tl CarnleJohnaon pM. :rior4r: S10 WriT MAIN .
O..t'JGLASS.LlNED United Stale.Air I H .,lr. dlmu.d., .1.i Drs aWCU eumnu .I -. Mrs I
MU 2.211
Heaters Lakeland Business Col. Force Tight Laka Walai fns. Bank. au. ti Sum. n.. PHONE .
1'/6"x678"x 1 P/i" . .3.79l'3" i and Nat, Ino., au Iw aadcork Putnllura
Ca. Mrs ruaa
lege training eqUIpment i mover .Mrxmn.. re v IMIn. vi. ,_-_ ._ ._. ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._.
x678" x 1 l'iII"" . .4.002VO"xS78"x ROUND PRICI Carl Edward Cross, son of Mr specialist -

1 % . 4.20
30 Gol. 19.15 and Mrs Robert C. Cross has Airman Cloning-
2'/4" x 6'/8" x 1 P/e" . 4.89 t recently enlisted In the United er. who enlisted
2'/6" x 678" x 1 %" . 4.89 ti 41 Gol. 47.59 According
l States Marine Corps. In the Air Force
2'/S" x 6'/S" x 1 IVa" . 5.20 0 1 TA'U TOP to Sergeant Meade, Lakeland short time

3'/0" x 678" x Itt" . 5.65 ( .' 30 Gol. 52.41 Marine Recruiter Cross :go. has come CLONINGER

EXTERIOR '. 42 GaL 59.04 will leave for Recruit training pleted his Initiaf basic military
on the 2nd of April. After basic raining at Lackland AFB Tex

2'/6" 6'/8" x l P/i" . 6.75 h. will be transferred to Pen- The airman le a 1963 graduate EGER

2'/8"(6'/S"x; 13/." . 6.95 MICARTA .cola, Fla., where he will undergo of Haines City High School.

3 /0" x 678" x 1 13/a" . 7.49 O IS months of Flight Train-

Ly Westinghouse lining In l. Upon at completion Pensacola of young his DavenportFranklin

A superior laminated plo.tlc by Weatleg- Cross: will be Commissioned a D. McGlll. parachete

hOllIl rorknchln COIInt AIcy.: :. second Lieutenant In the Manes. rigger third class, USN son ofMr.
BLP PAINT OUR Cross Is a graduate of and Mrs. Cloyde McGill ofiavenport.
Retail' .TAKES THE GUESSWORK.
MOBILE PAINT CO. 30" x 95" sheet 9.80 J"IS" Lakeland High School. After graduated January .. ..
Ie 96" sheet 15.68 12..1 graduating; from high school he 21. among the top 10 per centhie
of class the Parachute
INTERIOR tended Auburn University under from
AND 331/3% OFF Per Sa Ft. . 49c 39. a NROTC Scholarship for Rigger School at the Naval Air ,

twO yean. Technical Training Unit Lake-

EXTERIOR Reg. lift Price Thomas A. Blubaugh, Storekeeper hurst N. J. The It-Week course

LIGHT : Seaman Apprentice U.S. Included training In packing

FIXTURES Navy eon of Mr. and Mrs parachutes and servicing ..ur.vlval EGEd. .

& Cecil A. Blubaugh of 716 Lake- equipment such as avl-
tors' life and life
rafts Jackets
mrst St., Lakeland has recent. .
OFF I Iy graduated from Navy Store. Before entering the Navy In

leeper's School at Newport November 1961 McGill attended

Ree. Lilt Price 11. The school covered courses the Haines City High School at

PIR PLYWOOD In Equipment procurement, Inventory Haines City Fla. M t'

control expenditure ac-

METAL CLOTHES counts, electronics, machinery: No Decision Made .OUIOF

LINE POLES and ordnance repair parts. flu

Si.' Intirler .....1.. Mad. of Galvanized steel for baugh graduated with 31 other: As To New Site
1f4 x 4 a a 2.78 3.07 long .life.Average.strong sturdy students and stood 9th In hlclass. e BLOCK MAKING
j
f
will this
Blubaugh report 0ye I
sus x 4 a 8 3.77 4.17 Retail . 4.99
) per post new duty station at Keflavlc, :
V. 4 8 For Citrus TowerThe
x a 4.91 5.34 ::
OUR PRICE . 3.75 per post Iceland where he expects tomain
3/4x8
5.63
6.17
for of one
i period year.
3a4a8 6.55 7.12 possibility that the FlorIda -

GOLD BOND Cotes Brash" Plant City Citrus Tower will be erected TIlE FIRSTCOMPLETELY
r In Lakeland after the N.w York
SHOP VINYL s; ,' L' CEILING DOORMATS Army PFC Hilton 0. Whl tea World's Fair ends la yet un- AUTOMATED!

7)10 AM.TIL ASBESTOS TILE burst son Of Harold O. White-, ertain.

!hurst, 2302 Hunter Drive Plant t Homer E. Hooks, general CONTINUOUS TUNNEL TYPE

3.10 PM.DAILT FLOOR $|69 I City was scheduled to participate N manager of Florida Citrus Commission .

TILE lati. i IV M. "".17" In Exercise POLAR SIEGE, said Friday the close MANUFACTURING AND CUBINo/

TATURDAYTTIL a 12-day field training exerciseIn I or the Fair In the Fall of

I Alaska that began Thursday 963 I. "too far away for .n). SYSTEM IN .
4 P.M. Lufkin Rule A1Y: *' $1" POLAR SIEGE, the largest ma. thing but speculation as to where

neuver to be held In Alaska,. the Tower might be located..'. CONCRETE BLOCK INDUSTIjA

Involves more than 10.000 U.S. Gov. Ferns Bryant, In his

and Canadian military person. ewe conference at Tallahassee

HOME BUILDERS SUPPLY Inc. nel. POLAR SIEGE Is taking:, yesterday, had Indicated the From supplier of row materials. through Efler's mfflhfy.. =ilr \

place over 2400 square miles ol f 10-foot tall tower probably machine-through the steam kilns-delivered by boom 4K k*" \

wilderness and Is the first cold! would be constructed in the Into the walls Only the block mosoni' hands touch onFr block' !
weather test of the Army's new Lakeland area by Florida Citrus

HWY. LAKELAND MU 2-2221 or MU 6.7952 Infantry brigades organized last Commission.
1508 NEW TAMPA
year under the Army-wide reorganization EGER BLOCKS AUBURNDALE WO 7-1175

Dude City : Pete SereieU lr.4anran. S) Often.1. of combat units. In speaking of the people of \
Other Stores Senfer. .re anran 9 Imfli Leeikure e) Cecee Jet Whitehunt entered the Armyin Mexico, peons are members orthe

April 1962 and received basic laboring class.








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238 Adults ,_LiaALNOTICI ADVIOTIf MONT heAL ADVCRTIStMINTKM ANNOUNCEMENTSs BUILDING TRADESt4TiU4i.jTC.rp.sst.r1ng (LAKELAND LEDGER SUNa,. Feb. 2, 1N4_ TD I

OINTINTION IN THE OOUIIIT or .
CLASSIFIED
TC Pot MAStS FINAL APPLICATION OISCHAIIOK tIlt.OLI COUNTY COUNTV.4UOQC. .... s Ntticts'wnoLnAUito EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT

Enroll IVEvening In n.: Katato of StATS 01' FLORIDA ADVERTISING ,iosza&crumsy. ... n. oaal.r000asla .; koUt JUdVllt* .IBiklK, reef: :: 53 M.p), Waited. P500.11t'ITRT'Io'Swootote 5.4 Help Waal*., Male
HARRY MIXIAR ORATBtn ltO'ATI NU""I"" &n is shirt Popr010s. Ik., Week. nell work drlrewaMkienhea '
ka HARRI B. ORAVMIuZNolle *.sr4rIf RATES I Pose apartiosnO 043 Sash ,=I eeklnei norMa rouaiIree ._... SIW'VPDNAUoe deMi. O-uar
'* 14 lilt BftlATR OK SOur a, eetlmetee. oft, *- OMIt Poll or .....t-u.. WrUow 09. int4 it.ru. eaiarr, OSlO

SchoolA C.rrNLL WHOM IT MiNot; bERTHA BLANCH HARBIdONNOTICI .- .Vt Ft TtiwMlBimiia Poll ..... ..r,". SGaverieac a.aey >ii alailnleiry 50000. KaperleBe... Bnae.pt eMyOemptil. .
IS Wordt 11Ir SlOOP
"** h.'''. Ltra ehlnrn :joe *eee* hrleclll'INDUSTRIAl. HetrTuI. lace MM week o. .
.. hereby trivet that I OF INTtNTU>!? Mlalm.MWerdl" a.-I.OS Mtuourl cod ,........... Th. Salt. 1'RA"Z' ..1:!: IP eel up. M. _...1"Joh. welt, u.s elnotlciel sod dote .. ba-
IOnS
have filed final TO MAKI APPLICATION W- Rdl O*.. n Weet Mat J .
total of Z3J people enrolledIn I my report a. A4mlnlatntrli I 1 I K Muiet MU 1.0015 Rran Feeae -'.ia of th. FOR FINAL CISCHAMOB ea at ChKewe I. PI
ol
Lakeland Adult Evenini: HAUKY EDOAR ORAYBILlT S.. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN.: I Dan Dart Dart bars BUILDING TRADES Mia nivhwey t. arenaaa. Itailroad, Realtor 970, toIt ono* WOMAN WANTED lor ..Itchhel ..
.
11 ot tl 40 S) eo
School as registration was helcThursday I ceaeodl' tb.t I hats lied ny t> Notlco li hereby ..v.. that th* .101 .*. H..,. I a .e -. pn. Aert
til Ion tar final dinidiri.. and that Florida National Stank at Lake. \0 A in mn\ HI 14 fc.tldlnji, CwpoodecIoo lilt ....." MorMa AvewueWAHTieO WAREHOUSE CLERK
night 4a the cafeterli ...
t will apply to the Hon. KICHARn land Florida boa riled Ha linnreport Pwlattlrfr D.ceretIoc
.. ROOriMU, WllibOWle, alu.lB.. | ; M,,n>, oleaola woei.en .
of Lakeland Senior Hlghi. School A. BRONftON, Count .udp Administrator CT.VthaHetetool .r CLAIMtnaD aPACI RATU ioilaint local phosphate
of Polk County, Florida: Di the BERTHA BLANCHKHARBISON. SI.it per ..I.... ineaCLABalPttD aonhai, _I... alleraI.M PAUl nHU INilDI; cad sot WeT? fear dare a week. aware 54tuuod company
announced B. J. Houser, director .' Uth d.y of February. 144, for Dwo Md; that 0hr DiaPLAT RATSCoatrael *0 ....* to pap. ..1 b? 'b or he.r. HU 3.21011 ,[ arise.. Nook boa teed has vacancy to high school
oS4 055.00iWIN'
of the night school. approval of the aam. and for find Florida 1 National Bank haa filmIt DeaU-MMrt Conpaaf. booed.
alto: ociuma loCk with
p.r
gradual warchounlng
dlooh..... a. Ailmlnletratrta of tic Petition for final Dlechaig.l =- Pho. MU I-1IISI a. BIB_ II IflnpSOO1'INi

Although coursi* begin tOo ... of HARRY KDOAK CeRATlhl and that' aald Bank sill apply toOhs Mte. Opoa _..., .lute HU a-IMt. r .... DUEIDASLI *scA.maCMild TRIP TO j jWORLD'S experience. Minimum of six

morrow Houser stid reglstrs, alLL, ............ Honorable RICHARD ABHONHON WANT AD DEADLINI MKICKS MOODY hiss "'ento iacp ....m..... No.nicope essential
17th of ". County Jud. of Pol U. Call MO experience
day "u..,, 1M4. MOSAicS MM ( t.veubodi nIllP..'. 100W. I mont
tlon will continue through EDNA ... URATBILLAdmlnl.trairlx County, riorlda on the 11th day : WORD ACe AND BPACB ADS SM3QNE. ... .. MOb c-last FAIR 'Industrial
Thursday In Room M of the ef th. ... of February, IPaI, for approval oth e :M p n. *t> IoN.,. vukllra.tlon an knla o
Ode nf HARRY EDOAR: aeme and for final dlnchari tement autxar taper ALL Ttraa retldanUal *r eem.merftft Only a I,w hours daily parts eulpmnC highly
high school. Most students reg GRATBILU DecatatO .. Admlnlalralor CTA of th. 1>:.. ads Seal ee la our efflot ...- ) roofs repaired or ...1.... an
istered for the tecond.Minestei, ".au. ala of BKRTHA: BLANCHE lots 4 it mm. ....dar,. I ) STOP SERVICE McCoy Meortni ei 4 Sheet heedS, Medsd.Wa 1 .. Prfer ate 2534. .

HARBIHON DuoMafft ciAasirtto DISPLATII H4 We.t OhiO, MO 1-iHI Apply person send
of the night school ere completing NOTICB TO CHSDITORS' Thin 17th day of January 144 '*0 am. dar _... puMlraUoa train to become
sIn .
work towards their IN TOIl COUNTY FlORIDA NATIONAL RANK ......., .....,.. paper ESTIMATES 24 Plaster ot StvccsiLLATIRINO. : you resume to employment supervisor
high FREE
JUDOKB COURT IN AND FOR AT LAKRI'AND FlXRlt fa ado mutt ee la our efflw m- P0CRtWt1.'bii. AVON rtprtsenutlv 1 International Mineral .
school degrees Houter said OLK COUNTY FLORIDA' Kv l UAWRKS'CB *. UOWBTruat Oar bolerO II 00 aeoa.
..III.... "1"1'."". sad ..dditinnepd.e :
The new semester-will en4 In In Ole: 1'.1.1..r Officer, ai Admlnlntrator All >d> coal ke .In Sloe Ledieroffie Rtmodellnf roIlSi000. 1405500. J51I Tel.uon -, Writ P. 0. Box 12ft5 and Chemical Corp.
MARRY ALBERT SOlDER eTA of. tho Kel.te of BKRTMABLANCHS1 MicrO .. ... a .. II... Nil ....'8 P.O. Box Bartow Florida.
May lie saltCourses > .. Florida iAdditions 8 ,
. Iooeao.d. UARBUON Q ... for bUoau.a u wue.dapa

offered this semester To All 4<>*ditor* and rerauni H."- Pceeed.RKNTLKY. ptperThe Repairs BUSINCS SERVICE I or .
Inc OlHlm. Demand. MILLER "rvrtFR ,
or > .ln.t ; Ledter *IU Bel ke P. Phone (82-4137
Houser said are English Maid Kaiaiel: C VRR. CHrt.Krt LLSWQIOTIIAttoroey. ppneibl. for more "' .. coo Storage Space z1 ActaoHna
general mathematics business You cod each of you, art kero- for Petitioner Incorrect laterllea. safcfcstplR LakelandNURSERY
. by notified to fit. In duplicate all P. O Box 441 Roofing SOOell 'JAX.-bobka.eion. Your
arithmetic algebra, geometry claIms and demand which you Ukoland, riorlda6 THI UltlAND LEDGER hoOtS or ny tfftoe. lie told. SUPERVISOR .

beginning and advanced h.iv. nrtlnet ih. e.l.t. of HARRY l TELEPHONE ,hart*. Dart an4 et. lnn till
typing, LHFIir' "Ol.I>F.I\. doceaurd. Inch. IN THI CiRCUIT i i count or BANK RATE FINANCING 10 p m. ....1. arourtle heroIcS I SCHOOLTEACHER PROGRAMMER

beginning and advanced bookkeeping Off Ire of RICHARD A. BROV- THI TINTH JUDICIAL Cl*>. MU 6-1151 f-I:: S .... 11. ...n..1 BURROUGHS 250

beginning and advanced HUN. County J,,"... at bin office CUlT IN AND FOR POLE .I

shorthand conversational In the Court Houee at Barlow COUNTY. FLORIDA. OMAN.CERY. McGinnes Lumber Co. 36 layytiRiCevars hrvlcs Rita whl rUutl.*. Must boos DATA PROCESSING
Florida
within
calendar month ....1'1..". *Ha tore and looP
Spanish Americanism vs from January II, IM4 which I. DOROTHY MAR: I-ORICHAND.: > IILPAIR ON .11 ",&II. Uwnmower lear old. ihlWrea and be a sad INSTALLATION
Communism the date of the fleet publication PlaIntiff ( QC ANNOUNCEMENTS I 600 West Main MU 6 JU1 and aaiall .."D... Pros eillnatee -' diorlpll osrlan. An .!_. A....,
Bible world history -of |M. notlc. Rack claim M do. _v.._ S. .....Ir.. o.ele aut* lorldi ...... tmplorment s..... Must b experienced
American manil mu.t b* In wrlllnr. mum a .. lop, IIS Lemon .
history and general CECiL aieetrle, tot Herta Flerldt > > Seal itmt.AAA (500 ,635
science.Reatfors'. : stale lbs piece of ...141.... andpilot rO'l1EH.um.p.t..nd."t.. I lest end reunslOND I tiene UV -aipl. Salary range o

offlc* .eld.... of tics claim' Cane N*. 40l 0- 0-rj per month.
ant. mutt b. pworic to and. musi" SUIT FOR' DIVONCBNOTICt ONE lot at ken ...,1.. 17 Mettr.os 1..1.111, !
He filed .. aforwiald. or .!*. aamwtu TO BSFaND Air. Mace Id..WI..tIDa ... Apply
boootno void Jwntr B... l.im br ", ..U",.. MAJTR5,1 RLOOVATINIAdae -
Board TOI ChCIL FOREHAND waert rump lee. Sll* Him. 11"1" Art ...u,... C. Civil Service Office
CHARLES K. MAYERAdininicirator c/o Mr. 4k Mm Karl Kent. W0P .1 SitS.LOeT von.. ",,.... MO I.I4I.4f a-I CITY EMPLOYMENT
CTA Rotary
Camp
Division Sets 0.505. Hot*ley RoadAubtirndeln IZ 1.201K Inlays ....... I. Weirs'

NOtICe OF SHSRIMa SALk Flnrlda colt low.iowe "...., U bosS ..1'_ THE pHwptimrSHTtrOMknT drill li WEEK'S FEE City Hal
MU I-.7BI
II ndor and by virtue of an .... YOU AOL HKRICBT NOTIFIED w.rd
Session Monday lutlon lamid nut of and under lila thai cult for divorce ha* been filed polar ..n soS In.iall pour waterten. I POLICY RATER.
.... ot th. Circuit Court of Polk with tb. Clerk of the Iroult CourI S Psrsesel Nstlces ', 0* u II .ealk t* ,I..i
POre, MO LEGAL SECRETARY.
i.p107
Iliat. of FlorId. I. and for Foul county acalnevou
'
"I:1 : ::rA..I.t. DOROTHY MAki l-XIKkl au y. BELC .,.d UxiU. ..ouoauicortil's AM
The Associates Division of the dais January 2?. 1054' .. by I MEDICAL SECRETARY.
.. .n".n' 'n. 'I. PI.ln.1 HAND and you are hereby required outdo Dial MU IGPOI.e EASiEST EMPLOYMENT
Lakeland Board of Realtors will tiff and W. (Ionr.. W...." to aorta a cool of you anwar ,- ..Um.... CulbereeB RaPIne FRY COOKS.

meet tomorrow night at the defendant, I bees levied upon" and or olb.r ..rll'.. defennen. If.ny0 TIIADING STAMPS onehinoed a. 51 Hsla. Wsittti i COPY WRITER. CITY! EMPLOYMENT

will offer for .1.! and 00110 the neon OLIVER 1.. URICICN. ,",u.hI. Minion. SOI Eut 101.....
downtown office of the First .hret end beet bidder for ce.h, JR., Plaintiff attorney, whoeemellln ......... WANTED CHH1SI1AI4 e.uiirSroIdh10S .. INSURANCE TYPIST
Federal II .dd..... I. P. O Box ".. of ...11I1 .lIurrll t.
.
Savings and Loan Association ot the rant door of the ConnIIMIM furaieued MED. LAB. TECH. H WEEK'S FEE
n.h.n. foe cotetooll
OTO imuiunci II.
I eH Barlow Pnlk Counlv Lakeland. Horlda, on or before the .n .o.
beginning at 7:30 of and beforeor Ident a* Inturenref. Clint WAY CoIl Wlnt.r Keren, TV 3-17t
Florida. on the 14th dny of V... lcd day March. IM4 STORE CLERK.
"months M M> C.ll MO 55040MADAMS \UTO MECHANIC.
o'clock. ru.,,, 114. tha earn belnv a I*. Immediately thrafter to file 53 Wsmt.d, Fsmete .
oat oiled day at I 10 p m which with ..hforti of atld Court the ClCIUIITI" .1..1.. Hp'! LPN NIGHTS. ST CLASS BAKER.
Members will see a film on i. between tha 1'ial sale. hewn efun nrl.lnal' ef aald slower er other ,.11. Sour paol. 000mot eel to.I ? Il105':WX7FSD'Thut $VtIs CREDIT CLERK.
"Creative Selling" then adjourn ocloik. A, M anil written S.f cocci. If any I t..,.. All n..ln.i 111'1'." sod TM Mree.rlo\ ioulcn.rl I I II 1T'IS. DEBIT SALES.
clock P M. of aald day, th* t..1 If you fall to d 0 BO, decree lireonfeeeo conlldeautl ......1.. S SliMSnot STENO TYPIST TV
for a social hour nwlnt aoM-rihcd property, to.. ,' will b* entered akalnet ..... ot whl... .. Hwr ... WANteD. : .:xl ikl.ICC.D oaerobr -OUTSIDE SURVEY. REPAIRMA.CLSS
dlo-
Nual ho .blo to Wok.
fur tha relief demanded by the bees C S SIS II... Calif is.cudint ST .
said eieoutlon and I. to cots
y find for the 1. lon. Apple CIvil aernloo 011I...
__1OAL AOYUIT..IM 1"1' wit kill of Complaint.W1TVBMM undc.. to a buy r

PUBLIC NOTICI On: Its Dorner Trailer, IDtllM I my hand .nd official : 'CHRISTIAN NCR" SI NO bar,. clIp 11.11. MANY MANY OTHERS SALES.

NOTIcE IH UtRKBT CiVICN: TC *4l T14t. U'I toea ; teal of office at Bertow. Polk JQ pea ._1.1) tttentlen ninni to "' 1." TIWI while boil.. booper0l AD COPY WRITER..

. that by order u>. .4.T3' No llrne tMiy b* bounty FlorIda, thla fSlh day ..1Janu. tho need at each patient, MU car you want to sill b II.. In. WomlnS Widow onahp Room 208 Arcade
tIt C'Ukef.o ,. ....11 100.. WrIta 450 WIob.ie.iola Bldg COMM ENGINEER.
nilaelon of tra of : I coon at l.ak..IMid Ford Co.1.1"ION } ..,iI.I:: 1.11'3. cbort. Sallow. Plorids.DFPSNOASLR .
Klorlda BRANNENNIh.rltt : llLOAIf. IR.
a he.rlna will b. con. ROil: WHOLESALE
., ,..
LKARANCS aILS: Doll
lerk of Circuit Court 1I'iffi'I MEA
ducted
In the CommlMlnn Room of I'ul" Cou,17, : W0,0o0.
.., L.LCILH HASTINGS; lee, J03J NorCh FlorIda Avenue with 11,0 for ."nol ... S4 Help Wanted Mole I CUTTER
th city Hall at lo do ..m. on BIt a far. reachIng Ia. rico coo
Ih* nth day of February A r>. .:;loK 'r. W. IIINCLAUIE Deputy Clerk ..... ".brlee. aetleni reduced up lo H child Coil from I 4)11. 00 P.S.. CARIIH orroRruNrry. ,.1.,11. APPLIANCE REPAIRMAN.

191., for the pvrpoe of oonnlder.ln Chief CI.II Poplllp ipP.ALO ALB CABNIOIS irkdutlei Din OIl 0111 dundor. 0004000 ..1.., 11 00 poe week Free hoe.iltal .
propoaed amondmenla to ordinance ,...... _0.401OCOOLUTION >ur Lekelend cdiepter foe fun ; et 510. latin-ear I Pt'lIremNIS STATION ATTENDANTS
No. lOM, recla.lfylnt! th* NO. .42 ... ted I.lIo..h.I... resident Ledger Ctssslflad M PART 'TIME6P.M..8PM. prn.rsue, ..t"c. DIRECT SALES TRAINEE

eOflflOII the following fleetrlbedLota RFROLIITIOW PFCLAR1NO THIG NoJ/ClIltIT1' ANtI AUTHORIZ .ll'tIIII.. call el'.I31. or .".- maUled, kith tchwil tr.itiiat.eqiiltalent Se
..nd.. 10'"". A niRKCTIVU lUll PAVINO OF KFTT1FS AVNI.'O'K SIb a.r.r Iho P.O. i.e 174$. I IIud Phone ..$-.....
hand IS Block I. ftcolf IOU AND : .....1..... utA" lied PeR 11000 Alt MANY MANY OTHERS
FROM TENTH HTRK8T TO CRAWFORD STREET, WITHIN dial MU -IlSl TSACTIVC 10000(1 LADLK0 PUS MANAOtA THAINFB. till PleuU
lakeland lielrU. HulxllMHon THF CITY OF r.A K KLAS/). FLORIDA: PROVIPINO FOR TON C INCOMO ItO is turns. ........ 105110 RSt.OTIONS WOOS alee tl M Miet trainee' .
Ifxaled on .....t aide of Ten.neeae ltJl:8"Mlt.NT OK THH] ADJACkNT AND ARUTTISI: PROPKRTIER 010 sod .11I."",. NU 1-3,00. WITH OLD N0LIhILU n.o"IDAOORPO".TIIJIC 171.10. Married mae Slob lot

Avenu between Mo. Or HAlt PORTION Or' PAIr HTRKKT FOR RUCK HI'K. UBTOM MAD8 dreperlet. beepfeedi D."IIIOPROMOT.ON"L ond soars. set, 51,40 wllh 0500etturaoIw. Room 208 Arcade Bid|.

Bow Donald aoned and.. fh.rle. Kirerte) CIA I. IMPROVEMENT, THE MKTHOD: AND TIME OF PAT .11_".... ...... etUmtleen today for e helpful, ClI' T II 110odLIolNo. ......1'...,... Per In'....
reioned and 1I..ld.nll.11, tob WENT THKRFOK. ANt> PROVIDING FOR THC MAKING OF poor hone Simple" to .nClO'. 070 710CUIIIOOY.! tip. ..11 MO I"' .. S te S PM

C.I"* recUi.ifled aaTh THH PRFUM1NARY ABREHBMKNT ROLLBH = 0,0W. C.II M... ...,n., MU .. APPLY hUT fEDeRAL ...V. ACCOUNTANT 56 Salesman
*le"'m..I.1I1 East II' feet: sod of Block IT RESOLVED RY TUB CITY coMMissiON OF THE CITY 0051 services 1"0. A/l1>> LOAN COMMUNITY ......1 om.....* renuiree reuh.
4, OP LAKKLAND FLORIDA I ttiOOM. 0110000 AND 'TfNOElsee : men *ltn .....1'1..... In tenetreountlht .. ART-TIMI W lull.lime telei-
P.lmorey Heltfttt Huhdlvlalon K; 'TIO.M I. That the City Commleelm of th. Cltv of Lakeland .... .C BiAtmrVLI Ol.m.rou. lotS "V.NU. itt LOWMAII Cltrut eiperlenoe are. man to call ** Itdnttritl and
(located on wont aid. of Mouth" Florida, and on beftalf of the City of lakeland, do*, h.rebdrMrmlne .- ....... hair .,... Pm home dot,. I PM. cHURl. WSDIIISDAT.FVORUAOY erred. but not re.uired Must Ceu aeeoanu Peblee non..
blonds Avenue .between Wind. tf'ft I. nacweary for th convenience i.e comfort' to. and on..IIO. Pt o.nelosaoailobte. .. h000stlP l net h.1d school ". WhO e .! eiptrlraoe. ComnluloaO

*r or>rlv*>Slre.l aid Edtewood ..r." of tha puhllo and I). owner of th. .dJnln/nll/ BropeHlea thai ",0... .t<53M Sop Hire Ion,,..sad :*! pears. or 01 aol .cc..unmsr .. .Ie OsoIp II' loltor snip.Lostun .
Kettlea Avenue from Tenth Street to Crawford sHoot. within the emlso,. ysu.IO.e 542pM.P .
. now toned a* C-IA (Commercl.l" k In with th. i ; ; ..i O ObI TSlb. OrlMdo .
paved accordance plan
of Lakeland Florida, *
be ... .. ., Lily : P.rd.
to *
Ia..lllod ..
.n. ana acd .51000
fll In th ottO' of tho and aperlflrailona now on City
.
C't tComnierolalAll .h... .modi OUR PUTUKB If are em.enir
CliP nl Lakel.n'. FlorIda. cod open to Ohs Inoportlnn .t the pullll. isod Lod.... Intereited In ." .. 0'".
Intereeted parti and cltl. d..iiPerl"'I
*
soon dealrlnafurther* Information RUCTION I. That Its City of IAk...... by II. Commlenlon. doe When You Need A oteletell eon? era and *tnt a toed future lor
with reference t. the hereby order the oonetrurtton of coil pevlnir affeotlrj Ih. herein ,fturiell. we iiateSSotOniOs
Sropnond5nenlm.nia fler deocrlbed lota, pi"" .. and parrela of land which are tho loIn 1400 I ef coo. Thl. petition reulr.
are
cult th requeued to ron and lande adjolnlnt. ennui.uuo..o 4 abutllnir on ouch. Improvementtho : tA S ixrMa a.. 114. 0
Amended Zoning Map ot coal and * tha cIty of l keiNnd In Sits office from amiument of th. said ln"t.be *o benefited. acoordin, M eell llnltxed block hum.. oil.5 and bono ....h.DI.
of th* Cltv Hulldirir tnitprcior at to tha amount of front foniat adjolnlnr. condiuona and ahuttln' 05005 ar's let. ......n. I* pose ..1 Iniereftt t* tales to eervtcevutpmeoi. .
tha c'lI, Hail Lakeicnd If .. ........ .
Ylorida Mid which aneeaement repreeentlni such Improvemert nu,00t. "" tee Do. A rer M neoefteaTylekdk .
Improvement
0 hick I.sn.o hibit to and a part upon fromih McL.n.hlla. Temp. Bulldert all ere turnUhed
of th. above described Urdlnanc, onet hall b. payililo ae follow. 10% 10 one lit year(JI > BUSINESS SERVICE due Mtndtr. .*.. S. tt H.lldMMAM o5 .* .... er POII.I "p
confirmation of two .11
dete of tha th. aeeeeament % yean .
No. loutAn Inn II MancosI alod ..... 00t. U let .heed eali..
and th. liaianr. of 40 three fI) from curl
from curb data, %" yer .
opportunity to he heerd at dab*. which period I* hereby declared not to he I In ...... of theptlmated sod. Plosto call tar .I.\.oo.nt. moos.= e,rtaelle I Is
Cud time and plurs with Of00aoo. ara n:4diO ttooa reerli,
life of aurh Improvement. and Mid eament skull beaInlereet "
to aald amrndin.niB will bo pte.Sn .1 ICI 105 al.ht fBBller >*rt ev
( U H. HIIUMAN at th* rele of 5% Mr annum I. accordance with the pro Perm.nent, full time, Apply lit : a>';-,:* rh. hi-IC T.
vlelona nf the C barter of th* City of Lakeland. ll'iori'lo. paymenor .
CIt, Clack ('nmptroli.rCity I Week Pin* eel ween I sea S JO
call Meenment ehall b* eels at th. office of th* City Collector USE THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE .... .
of Lak.land
Treaaiirer of tho City of 1.aIe.llnd. Florida Tha proiwrtloa .'r....... PO IIBLt "ni. (rented M. 3
V SOS >lor Ida hy tha Improvement herela referred to. th* name ef the apparenewnere I : OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER PUT CONTROL eernre' e.!e.. latlon.ilr for hlth'
::. and tha .."11I11'" amount of cook SOak affecting each pare. m.. Cioerlenre. helpful Na- ..rnln. ... COP furniened. raid
NOTICE oo sinsesop'a $AE of land, ere a* follow*! CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS lonej ........uon. drool Termini .... and I...'...... C.I.for
Under' and by virtue of an .... ceaipenr, lilt New Auburn.ACTUAL .. lnuneet. Neein ., ...

rutlon l.u.d nut at ana under tr. DoMrlptlon and PlanS 5.5. c... C!:: .. itai. OOl.itw.p"" liar. 503-0125
coal of ,h. Clalml ('''UM of Polk AIIP...... Ownern Pietape ,.. Print '". 0..1' Aeceuntorit Be.likteplsf furnltire JOB* In U. a Europe EARN BIGCOMMISSIONS

County, Stat oC florida, tinder > of SFH of SWU of NIP." ofHectlon >- BRIOKIl Soad Iorallo,. ..r".... .... Am. Mire hl.h mr. Writs
INCOUd TOE
data nf November tl. IMS wh.r.. IS. Townahlp IS South, beakS,00llds,. 0510.15 Poroliaro. Plonae 552. umplerment 1"'. 'center Re..,
.. .
.
.
In Mro. Hrtlyn IIII I. plaintiff and R.n. S> KaM onthlp tiemo1. .r. Adlioltac 111/ tio Tit ..,..... at. aoue Pull .r Pall time la pour onotnllUblt
harllo and Mildred Sheen I. defendant Board ot J-ublle Instruction of '" 0c.bis.olos I a r. I. .. I.. Mss tear kuilnuiNhoirlni
RB .OJ.IC4. Vaoity' rtir Ar .ounl
I hate Uvlod upon and Polk Ctmtityfx 121.1 ".11 5 UfO U .. ., A..AIIO lame Hf>clrsOrleea. 001.1'. line
will offer for .. and aril to tho >t 14 niotk C. Palma Cola Court ret LOW PKICKD Sutlhe Prlntlnc.M
....h...' and ...., bidder for rack. Charles. H. A Asnia MImI,. 101 I '.11 UU' Awt. LAMP.. PaPLtCtMtNL'RbJrt' I'I DIESEL MECHANIC ) AdverlKlnt. tpeelallU.. rRtBAUM
RtpslrsSliNFRATOKa LoIm. ..rto .._ ... 1..r'.1
.If. '
It .to front clnn of I". ('o.. Lot Block B .
IS Palms C.II Court KIT laclude. artu.l t.m.alt.
lio".. at Mortem, polk County. Root Lea ('ollee; leu 1.11 UT." : ITARTIR" ru.u.islara. .,. ,,.',.dl.. NU.. U&.o81ft h..l... t.- W STUD CIAM hundred lleml u.. cellrutinett
tlorlda .. tho 171 k day of F. N' .
n n.ruary ,Lot 14 Block B. Palma Cela Court noieeo .round. radl.lort Most IUI o PedDle la 'Oi' .oo.
. IM4 th. cents b.lna le .laalr. ,brneet 2015. : MIIANIC. ke tulip KATIONAl PII .
a | U. LeLeea repaired foreltn. oomettla .Me-. Monlite 1 itsraesOrgons ..,. In .11 phe.MloUnanee ..llt' Dept.I
day at II" p m, whIch !. City S .her. 15.00 Hull .1 poriio Chlteto. Illlnole, aooMtl
T tars tuned Beet equipped I AWAD Ulum for i..1 ..... .h"lb. en dl ee1 000101Irsrlora "
between th .local .nl. hour of I VAN
in teen u l.ktltnd Wantetl
hop reere lee.natmt, Wrk
"-eleven i! I)7''tA..ildMd. and two If.' Ill ItU3 CD Oen.leri. S202 Sooth. FlorIda oprolmo. Yorn.1I War.kcio. drMllnee.leneflt .n..lr..ad
clock. P : ', the' fnlInwlnir 'Sot 14, RiM-k" A. Palma Calk Court 0.1..01. !'r.n..r. I..., Atant MU nlcTon WOI'K .on .d N.e.

. deacrlned property of the ame. K. HI... 1011 e.IlOI1 aId ..
PerOaosu bob. 0004 wsrils, 500. IlIr P00w .quII..nt.
..1.
.defendant, C h.HU and Mildredireen Lu City .rar* $1.0 = RICHARD.. SPI000MSITI.sornle : -Plsnes dlil.nc. Sn000eell00500plop.0. Qolok .. Coil far con soil.7t" .
.< to aatiefy Said .locution I .. tNIopirta ....... sod, .. DIsco. Arnlr In per... orb .. "o I. P sours NU '_31.f .
..
,
and coils to wiLtS au II IIf.1I .1'.1. tlO 1I1."I.nd Ot1.TMUNJIIT"Pioo ..1.1... Liter to Industrial ItelttKUptrtett. .
Ono l''l Pl>month, Fury. 4. !at 50. Waehlnston, Hubdlvlaln, l- .UoOJ'. onfl.t.Sn.. Yanohu "I..... American Crenln. h IAN I in her MOTHER hoi. Lart.will *keep la>-
door II) **>lllS TO *4V lion Miller IS S S.11 .10.50 .""KII.II. 10100100 111115.5 oni.e Iii.....' aiitlllT tt.ll.bl.. Arthur Co"anr. 0... r Plant Br.dM > Ir nd feaecA >..-. p tao
C cotni bl.ck radio and heeler. Lot 40. \Vaehlnton Suhdlvlilon' SoilS '.r. doeS 0 11010 50o'i.IC ..,n.i| ei. nM. .17Mrtpel ri.nl.. $ ,

MOSROH BNASBVBherKf ion Miller fl." S.IS nUl SI.... loll 1..1 MOl. 052S2IS Rssalrslert A.T'OItIr0O,5lpp5h5 replerMreenvln. .
PlumbIng
o( Polk County M Sf. Wa.hlnrton Bubdlvlaloa' A. SMjual OpportuitltfCmpli lemn. kind. Mri.
rinrlda. _eler Ada Well., fl." I ft"Fo.eol Houier B4S Norfolk 1 Circle:
.11 171." i. BURS: >ovenda ltllio the 0,0,1 p It L .rerIn .
tOy MAR4 W. 81XCLAIRB Rrfln 511.15 feet W of NIC corner for our money kr krlntlnv coop 0 nae.ic 1,1. W.r. .'.1". .XpkufENrRD BAfrRltANOIRnd

Chief Civil Deputy lot RW4 of NF<4 of Rectlnn. II, ati I.. to (.10....I 11.1'... C.....-. hB SIS.Illl ..rflntlne .. ..... .f.rctre.7adl .pr.nk Miner,
teen.,. Townahi tS Rnuth. R.... tl ,...1, IllS Norm Florida A 0.005. ter ""*,ll" z ... .... Aln. .nOIl.

IN THI CIOCUITCO4RTOF root w..t SOT .. Mouth t'O.1I' rep.lri. Th. I.'.., I. eleclronlrAnte APPF ItOW 11.1131.W .
TH* TBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Jiet SIT.r, North to bet f. .ulpm.nt I. .,... III dltnr..iOieSlbe *._ .' Soserlonoll 8H'NU. PAICI1'ING. Iniorbor.
Of FLORIDA. IN AND 70' of N lU'l al.0 I... N :. of e.a.t 0100010. Ynoaloapasd DRI"." '.IUCK...." estocior WOM. Ir.. ..100.'.',
W ito'N'Iela Oree. roil ALL e oureoio"". ntedi blab ras.otahld prlc.5. MU NU
I. yllu.bl. 055 Otaitlpa&' *
ron' POLK IN .. .mln. 1-41J.
CHANcanvC COUNtY Aced* '1'." I.11 UBI.Itot bat boot .1 ill 00 diOO p.m Si.001 ... roll. MU...'S.4401 rommerrlBl, rrenno : ; J. tour own kiumet. IJ41. Mr. TUI'.n.WOtD .
Mo *212 Oaektt. SI M M1 of W 100' of Re Sit SI' W CD .u.r.nlood napS Call 051. .I'.d. lltkotr.Bhlni. .Mint rtouired Tr.iler. and LIES natO

..... N,. fttxtvtn NR corner of $W' of NPu ,,f ,1001 0 oi'tfl "lu 7OlfliOPOt, iCnO .n.'ln. I em tnpplled I kf M.rfiowerA. .Inl.... "...r".r,... .. MU 1WB .
MAS: oxroRu .. Townehln I 30 Roinh.Ratine : Radlatsr Ssrflcs .. SI or ....--fee. nrtlral 3010.
ntl'F... run W SIT M', (4Hl va List CeversM Mutt 0.n er he able t. hose
Tr" U"' R HI IS' N 1'0.1' ANT 'lIPS ridlotur ocilea. I list Dittel-lots IstolWrlt.t D 1..1' .01. dunn,.
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:.. Ii. U SUvter .00 S.11 KTIO If > 16 AUTO aed C.vo,.. Com. .1..1.. r000rlre. rol>ulldlll."HI' Ir. .
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= Ru l.ior "1'.1.., Mil Dirk PTMell iI 01r. ".0' or
JBOHB: K roUIV and AVVTB 1415 4 and t, Block J. Palms Cola ,I.'. eutomott Inl.rlo". a.oo 50101IOIIDIATUR > ..n.hl". MoonS ..301
l'n.rtl.noSooohlS'ofL.o15'I.rtfuda mit M..n. 10000 MU '-.lfltBelidltig ".
It. eul.L'NIl. aka. ANNIK KDHOIJJN Is Minefield ITS III LSAlia' ....orl.... .dr..: I' O. Bel .. 011.5. 5111 .hlld. .r .
(' $. hi. wlf.t\ KIRKHcKAlT 141.tl ro- FlorIda.FARM '
: ....
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al hom.
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and OAHI.'K AUTO let S, Hlw k J, Palma Cola CourtNotltuaief buildIng. Oe OoIl.lot. 1101 5000k .
I.ECTRIC ..4PI'l.IANOit.tOefeodotit.. : .r'J; lh IIS 111 ill.1C Florida 10 Peale I. .....'.n.. torsoS_ perch. Lire thlldrea. MS.KEIP .
Let s. Blo Palma C.IA CourtTheodoro O I H I R AL CONBTRloeo ,A.b'. Nook R..bl. lords, EQUIPMENT 21'
NOTICE Or SALSNotlro Brown Ill 111 till aUdi SlOPS. ctuMmee ..b.n.... ("n.".,.,.. Hi tn.4 01itlel CHILDRKM laPAIMTBR noo horns.C .

U hereby irlvrn that, mir .ot 1. ROck J, Palm C.la courtNanry G) 1.101'101', .t.rlol' darorotibo ties IsletslOO'ITKFOT SALESMAN L.k ... .0.......
uant to a final twro ft forocliouro : K.lney 41 0 111pll tins Pooch and BI"'II 1'.0.11. ".. ...... Sapnr100e.d In 501110.. ..... .
onttrrd In iho abovo. ..- Let 4, Block r. Palm Cola Courtlleev. 5001100 Sod .ldID'. SPot rstI.mat. 1.PI 1- /lU.INItlII "onl.. OD f leirtapo ... OqnIlpneeI I.Pe. I. ROOPBH aol eerpeater .
fitted rauno In the Circuit Courtof H i..f.! IIS 170171ST InC : tetr .armeau Call M63i ::1 "''' Beulenrd Mid other 4 000010. e.isrp Sad ...'...I.. snoop (or iurnitoe,00p
Polk Cnunty. Hond I will ..il Lot I, Palma Cola Court o ertfieia.n. total renrael.r I.e'.nd' thorol,51.tireooiiuoirt. fo TroesporlaVlon' Suenl.h thin *lee COO ea.vt, .11... prke.
the .ltuat< In Polk County. (halos Pilao lot 111 10 l-lremed aodbu.odad._ I J. thrmiik. ccBuiti, Reeltr, .M. '0 nwat lInt Hnffmui C J-MBJ Ph. 001.1000.llhiiniRi.
nroprrtx .
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flnrliia.. d crlh4 so. laM I Block J. Pstma Cuts C.nrt EPi1W'11 E, and brIe0Work. ; 100 ror lattrtiew. "..hl"'OI TrulerC.mpanr .

ix.1. 14 and 15. Block S. I.ako 1: tRi. (letu.'kJr't: lotItl 111 leTIAI7 Florida room oeebtea I to.p010 *SaflPJ 1* wihUr I.. ,oooeieu'ant. La>elr$aoaI.I005lld horn, fur.n. or.
Parker T.rr.'o Dnbdlvlilnn, I I'alota' C.la CourtRoca O Free ..111',.,., MU .Ia.o .
Krie.t hMplt.l. ..35Opel.
aconrdlnr; to tho put. thereof tootle 111 l7 REP..IR IHAT I..r '001 .,.. 003Isleitf11iis .a
recorded In Pint Ron 10'.,p... lot 4. 111mb H. Palma Ccla Court CaryetlnfFences ..U", .,... Pbon, <....4l. or s

S ..r Otis Public R.rorta of 11.1IOS 111 17*.IT 811'.1111'. Lt..d eo."....... All INSTUMENTENONEER WATCIOMAKZIIdi
Jf hlma .lt.l to lor.t in WritWhuner .
Polk Count, Plnrtda, .'.0 IMILI1.Iieelt Cola CGurt .n.' ..u..d.Swlmmln". area
C'AR/.T ItX"R ooLI.ia'oIlioai.liauia.
C. ci 704
Annie 1
known .. 111 VanS )i.,nolla 41. 111 In.lo"ou. Ol..od
1.110015 PseolInee Peels'COL5 MoniO. aekrln.
lAos I .. Block H, Palma Cola "old. or e.1
itroct. Ixkoland I lorlda; ... pn.n. .02-f1111 tverareen 5.5357P5lliiLi'hkNthbdU
at puhllr .ai.l to ISis hlghut .nd IIZ CLIAhlTS rep.lred,
a. J. Martin A W. J. lolln...
b..t bidder for reek l at tin Bouth 1ft' a ,oai nOel. fhenlr.l.. eupcllei, Ooman.Ini.
'refer U a II
Loom tradu.t '
tront Door oft>. I'"Ik Countynuithouae Uty ehar 1S 'equipment. "' ''H. vas .... M..... er ft S la.. three.. er ScUm ..r. work
R.rtow. riorlda. b.. 050 04300.roa .lt "I.'mu. poles coil Mil ""
( M MUIl.1o ,tCo'tl.0Oe. It. .''' txperlenct. Some .. la
S Si. 1':11.: '7.' US $47.51L ;
tw.*n II'M AM and Ix>.. n and I*, Block O. Ptlma.la 4wett prlret n. down p.rment.nleed L. p. w. Cool .....1.. nil itrumepl.tloa appllc.tloa detlaim. FINANCIAL
.a Uo llth day 01 February, 1X4 : .. ...., .. ....
Court ... W* wen"I k* .under Clark: .H..N.( useonto. mad .ta. Appir br I."a
IB.. KUOAN JR. R. Oal.. ,...1. 30.. a .old. Lek.Und laduetrr, MU S. ,it.Up. MO, .....U. e>penea it .2 Imlitess
(,.rk. Circuit Court lass City chars Ii S 1.8 ... .."...,.. TV HepsifsAl and talarr required. I* laeuterlatel.tlene Opplrunill.ICalCI .

:f-VnoBrnr: ,1FPAIRR .11 I..... afTV. DeBertenent, Amerlra. BIJItINtoO o4 iauoiO
BC81GDeputy "
: D 'i7.i' :I Cniaaoid Compuep. .1'.1' .. Mel ,. .
U. $4753 Income Tex A-l Kedl. *td TV D.r MU pl'o.r. .ML.
ClrrkUFAL .nt 1. Flock 0. Ptlma Cola Court '2-4200iil.ht.M1124'l0'i Plant. Scallop. FlorIda. list *. at.morltl' .

) Woadl5Vmief TU. '.U '4 1.'' "u.1 OoaolisaitrSoombior MU ..10
t-40 x>t M, Mm k r, ptima Cola Court o INCOME TAX I Uphelstsringil A. "...KB MORS I. '.4. loin T.....

NOTICI 0.. SPOE010F's .ALI rarlee Morley TI S U. 170'0 SI and up Ti3MFITtiJALI'Fy na'Sl.tljn.D.l.IW. ond IK more than 40000 dtal.r.
Lnder and by Virtue of SO ... Lot 1. StorkS', Ptlma Cola l Court Botelble ... illl' ''n .11 SO et.tee v.luebl. Ir.a.
outlon liaued nut o( and <">a'r'"' charlea Fryer Tit U. .7010 > II & R Block Co. .11" :.:... ..d vopro. : .itI 5000.5.5115 bla Ttitca .ir.
coal of tho Clalmt Court of Polk Lot It. Block K, Palma Cola Court P.M. ..tlm..... ......1. 000,0.r5:5 Man between ages 20 30 I I. (UtHia ,. Itata .( 140 N.
I A.M. to I
touchy, Stale of tlortdt, undrr eeae BurneyL 71.' U. 37050 Weekdays ltoillOo.ootSV.e.tlsa 5r604nar B.rtow. lootedt
d.t. or F.h leSt, wh.r.li All.BLRNDALB '. ..t \. Bl.rk. F, Palma C.la' Court Sat. .. Sun. 8 to 5INCOM. ; : t familiar with Florida con .. te ceuatr Cones Meuee. ata.It .

tl'WBFR C.OMPANTCII.PEP ohn II. aweatM. n. .... .70.0 turner finance law with lion l000in.' 10,00.. ID
I. plaintiff and (JUl10 t, Bliwk n, 1'.1... Cola Pwirteeao lit tlindiBB.urari.ured ..1.. IB 1001. 1,syon.5. PaId
15ff: I. defendart, I have laded I M.ISI Burn., Emma T..X-o. pour u. cutearlrl service obligation fulfilled ". nlnt' acailohi., for .... wh.
.. ,... OSATICAL4;
for "ND hoiouti.U5
Bi. Velue Moro .
.
cod 0usIU500 C.pltal required but
coon and will affof f orcala.hoot hIddorfr JohneonEflTIHATED fI..n. CI) coat Bleney. R (I. .n....... ItJNertn Heealred. (leanedreflBlehed Excellent opprnit for a9.0 In.ncl.t atallabl.CILLINT .. CoIl
c.li. to the 111.11..1 and lily ""ii Florid. II rtlrl *( flee Aba .'_0.11. ...... fu '
Cash It III. rt'ou1, deer of TOTAL $201.90 51111144undio.idheraby ..r.I... 8.-1"0 ;\I in tll.dt Air tit.. MU O'I7O man Jnter.ted .1.11.
H : -- Full benefits aUBINUB *...*,.
:
.zo'th tur.. employe
(:::: ,. ;'., d..a th do.t I '" !>" reeolved that tho Tax A..ee r he W : ,uol .ewlat t.ewied.e htlp.
F.hruary. 1'''. PS corns boleS tuthoriied t. prepare an aeeeeim.nl roll a. herein and chance for prompt adrancement not ......ap. Ideal foe

a i.iej' II day. :: f' ..,:a.. directed and .. provided by law, .*....In. th. root of .aid Improve.S1.1 with one of the .pie. II* a b .m. Re.ltor,
wiliob I. t a'nn. """"' .lh. Undl neretn deacrlbed upon conf Irmai Ion of the 'llJ"MOU

__ Af e'e' dad: mnaliS the'pik Hy Commlael at en Kquailoasloo Haarinl I hereafter 50 ba heidi ..... YOU WISH TO BE LISTED South! leading, finance com bait" koalA_: C ..
of .
1 to IF "
IMi
ordai.ce
.clock' with low. wklca are h.rehy einecl.lly benefited aodwhIch too Oodtoorn ...
.f
In
l JoU n de-rrlb Prop rtr ar. hereby deemed by th. City ommle.lon to ito hone''lied -. pames Please reply own cia..4 Mat ....... .ball ehoa.
o-J fndnt OPIK cu'Ltfin by ouch local Improvement, which ....d. .1'. deecrlbed .. lot.. plerend 'I_ handwriting toBOX 1.0.5104 In .u'.r...'" (to'
.0 .oiu.ty cold .cutl.il and parcel of lend adjoining and conti Cuouectodo abutlln aeld 1m. 0000tsol *. Srldien A*.., ..adoa
* : tt llroWmeott hstwoon "" lnludln the .mf the ImerovemetRBCTION C F.223 ISO' Battr dl h000iao
rtll' i" >danS Hamhlr. I 4. Re It further reenlted lIst, If. upon completion In tail ,.../I.W. tuiiiuis .cr..l/lcallore LAKELAND LEDGER M.r... Court I._. ttoo per
J"r. ID (MI4MI TC44.4, 0 f the Improvement, and prior to Ski aaeeeement equalliellon, a. 00.ntk Blut .. '.. Pulle
|.M't.. S.SIi'4. Pr...nt irovlded I In Section hereof, the coat at such Improvement for any "r' S1TAOO: ClOne dews. eel.arr.nted .
Ilea In anount or 1541lntere 0:1c5l "t, piece ef parcel :r lend herein: la paid t* tIle CollectorTre..urerJanuary Dial MU 6-1151 aboo aee It. C. L.I. *r

>t of til. CIly tlf Lshoiand. no ......m.n' .h.1I b. .nadc aeaioct aoyproptety DESIGNED FOR I Ink. Dick Pectin. 1011
0. Chovrolrt dutlniiW .,r..1... by IIIrll ...,.....t.PAJI.I .t Slain .h... MU a.IJI
.,.on. ID .H A.0031"J. TO AJO CER'CIFI&D Al TO pAIIAOIII this IOU day ofa .. A. urede.lt Wo ,-.
.!>''<.'. IUJ to* 'W-iUIf 1M4. CDVt ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDLAKELAND SOLVING PROBLEMS. ,;*KELJND moat. de.eela .

0.. Tr.) n tllltf "....d Pa.trol ( ) It. HAROLD (IRIZSAItDldcpor.C.inmidalonlr I JPtNU1., ,...,

aradtr Social I 1hlabX1 Classified adi do It quick )."1" reetone KIT die-
M"".1.l MWOSROBBRAVNEV ATTEST! (.) UAPPROVtX It. IIHtMA-r- ood D..

rlff of Polk Cnunty Ptnrtdo %:3I ly easily, economicallyTo OHO UTABLItlKD ...1.....
r > A* to .At1N CORRFCTNFR, LEDGER '
MU
order ino, call "."rla.. Proven meney ......
BYI PARb W. IIMLAIREChlof i. HARDIN PITERSO.V. JR.
(I) .
Id..1 for eeuplt Writ Hex p.LaielendLedier
6.1151 for ad writer.
: CIVIl lJ uty City' Attorney I .
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I _-DLAKELAND_ _LEDGER_ _, Sunday_ _Feb. t_, 1981_. -Ii MERCHANDISE 1* MERCHANDISE r* MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE I 1* RENTALS 1* RENTALSj3iT"Uefssrsliksd

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; FINANCIAL 1* FINANCIAL 95 Bltyclwt Mwtertycltp 'I" Artklti fe.Sle-MI.e"101 Furniture & Appllancti. IU AvtomOliiIT 122 Mobil!* Hvmti Wasted IIP Fuml.tml H.a.t.2'JOt l ApsrH.SOUTVBlb ,

''I'R! 1iiFH AND V.mei,. as1.. 'CLKAN .io.'T"i .t-xNTED-'r1102Lo* $1 JUNULE: Sue.1. Ti.ller "ltl> three 'OI ..
62 Batlnett 65 PO0Re7nllb lo.r '
Opportunitioi MsrtgBijet Ue.u, oST'oSsjl$ .41. 10. leclrlklkthee
sad _.1... Eleclile: .. IUl5 block .* carporL AdulU, no ment. SIr dlionr.
.r be.'. bl..I.. Ins BADCOCK'S _. bsel.c. phooo Tamso.. 455.0012. .
! t HUMBUt OIL ..d Belli ma Con Sub{. BUILD ...11. ..nn.... FilA ld. .. ....rt. modal .- Uri. .la. I.ondll.8. .raio. Sow .I. Jim Oena $s.0 Eut Broadway. ..a.. ooo monui. ...00. oak .. "
.. .... Ct, 10(1 orTDDBBAirm Are Hw.ir.rf TTitlr tr. .". MU 204.IJNCOL'H
pany had available lor Immedlatooecup.net md VA .Drl4l.. Plrrt Nor .k. Lak.I..d Cycle 71POR 'stubs Call r7O'rtAOsl 715015 room. sad
? a n ....II.W aervlreelauon jaao Corp of Plorlda. tot a Plo" Weal .morl.l. '82.''''. ...o. loOt 14 1,1. boat SEMIANNUALTRE.IN .4914BO .. Tom. 0500. VOrl COr001 t0ot. coo R T A.tm.al

on B. Plorlda Ain InC Ida Av... MU 5.353?. SALE Tlun; h'tiii end 40 motor. Tilt .r.I. ..keellent four door. rull 114 Tracks, Trallsri rod _. o.a. .. Lk.I..d'l In. for ,- .
I
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Weet Palmetto street ln..ln.., AILABLI: MORTOA: los.. 900 ec .SuIt In oellent IltdI'lIon. condition CLEARANCE 1.10 DI. enlleaae. Clean 10114-70053 Vso 53a..k. Pro a. THREE eOtUKlor Nor and Weal (UkUU '
MODERN
retell MBOOI training and .unnleed .. SIlls terms 10 S ...... AI. slIt ClIOs. tr.n.'rlaUo" Lao, R-A.I. 5%. Hollywood .rlo...b.Aoo.pt trade. MO J- 2055 N.. Tolpo Il.bssp. M....'. rent near W.teon room Ollnlo, faEaet .

Income operator. avall.bl.nu.lllled rot further. roo .....hake good morteeaee on .... 682.1391 0' IIB8.0&tJ.CAN'T SlOt .'trnl.cor SAL Trading Port. Valoncla. MU 4V0440NICBLT DUPLEX two bedroun.
cant and Improved property Com IUDe duo 10 b alth. moot reepondenc band VP .ODII .. oollege. large hint
detail contact Humble ....0..... ., .11 M rOt dear sod 00 1017 cmwROLET pickup track two I.... orr.
plelo PItA sad Convention ..II. 'SI Ni4al.a l 5usd opIdI- Iso mower. "' TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE cintYLE .. PNIHE lard. McDonald MU .
Uurk good A 1 condition S> 1304 South .
tatlve R H Krtwlty or TCoppclonl A. e 101
.. ... .. FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM C..I. o.no '
I ; I 110045 .I""* L.krl.r.4 MorCorp lion 000.4(114c ad II.U 0' .V" '
et Tampa dutrkt ol- TO buy pretty rockh s.c Plorlda Arnbut MU 1.7145.'iiT'iv ROOMS. clean.
.... SOI S. T........ AvMI LK UP TO .adilon. .b. 11"3. 0". a IB Ol.do .t rTVB Cn..I..1
tlce. 163-0131, T.mpa. OluC ..ni AntiqutfEIUL 11 Beta out of old n.... and "tUTAD IWO Good urea. pickup Now ...Int, all elactrle location Ideal for

OROCBItT AND market. L.k.l.nd oth.Jewelry MotUe.no fO t tcheap 5520 FOR LIVING ROOM Alto. I.CJRLJ.. WaaonBoth new food condition. Jolt TWO. BER. ar wll 000 or counl. Vary reaeon.bl.. P0005
LlNB drool.U. and rOla Call .S. 4pm. to 1 .1l.t MJ0012DMPVKNI8BED
vicinity. oro, ed ever 0200000 In1H1 HORTICULTURE 11.lo.AOMAT condition **l 11. pmIM7 down .
I u..,.. antique. Boukht .ol Mild TO 040 8 .ont. UI.
; ?. 354'
InC .till growlni Write .. MODERN:
TRADE IN ALLOWANCE cnxTROLrt % ton. h 41.
tke "AI
ChMk RaIse Pork Iwo
Hotue for
aba M.HI. Lakeland Ledger. I 71 fsrtlllisr. fttd S'IF and .. PVRNIBHED COTTAOE lour room and beth
I 888.UU. 1..mD.. POlL YOUR OLD APPLIANCES 1505 CHEVROLET Vutoniuc duty wheel and .nrln. oaood n_ and .tore.. 2910 Dill. pier
prlng. dlkhe.. fnrdm tocli eendlUoa SoSnmi MU i<78f
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1 COIN Laundrlea. 40 wuh.r. l* 1OOVWO1'EA? ..uk. PFil CP TO ondlo. .JI. Street .Ud. .I. Cal
other houiwholdOXED ttneo, 0054520 10TADB.ll
drier.. Excellent location, both I sale trade SECOND floor
S107S9 John J B.......... Real. Call .'.... .Loruled ,00 .. M0j8.I ANOTHER ANTIQUE .. trade OLD DINETTE IUl8 o 'TO. ... jib'poso dump. NEAT CHKEKPCIL three rooms. CTNPTJRNtBHED I anarunent E>ctrla
Pat O Ne.l MU 34631 pfr.. P" OLMOBU..up. IR I. b & asforalolo.d. IsIs ..1dO. w lledrt
boo, 1181..ICl3.NrIOHI'OlUlooD cpuS at street of 00.91. Call Mood.. 1..led o .. 1141
Ch.. 'Id"rl .r r..t
CLEAN PHOSPHATE ...41 faAIM SEE THE SENSATIONAL Al 11. f. kllh.
North .. .an. .. .
0. ROC I:R. Y. tall ..nd and dirt lor till FLEA MARKET 0-0020 ". .. ..TOP .V ".M.. olo. 1.lal.. 'WI. WALK 114 Uu,k. lOOP good eon.dllloo 00005 ODuol.. .1 Cr.oa.o0.MU WN
01100 for Sot. or .111. .
with
bnmIqu E DIcta. MU "3070. .. ; VALES t. .. Bioellent: for blutlOS .1313.lo THREE: ROOM .p.r..nl. Electrla.ton
tr.de for tao bedroom nome .m. toola eautpmeDt temping Ills ,
CLEAN 14 POi.000SSertIblO er refrlaerator .b tb.
Ph.,.. 118-I43J. TOP QUALITY Pistols and Arrenttn. 1.' flBRROLA* boa Miirourmotor II.oUnue. .nor. .101. Oils. 5.4001, two hlnaed bunk built Bee ROOM. ol..UI.n.t. h.. furnHhed Loratlok .
B.hfa hay from ..ID..r1I.ld. SALESUNDAY I 011,014 IsO. .
105 too ford bbs Llnooln. Tr.I. Morion and Ewlk ChekWorking
MAJOR OIL Iambi atallon .nd.toro .al. Paotory ... .t keep ..... 005.3045W5.flLDl
.. Will deliver <40 S 3414OOOD ..ttl. -4OB9THIS oUI .JEI. tour wheel drive lo 000P15 preferred rhop
doing alaS butlneia Idealfor I I 110 dclivoro any llvtoi .. for email lorelkncar oaol.
eoupl.. Apply ooo h000tABooldo. BAHIA liay Plne.l hors TARGET MASONRY saw rO. .Wl Can o .a. at tit Itart RENTALS TWO bedroom aouple e"".
... 550101P011 bedding 7>c Ml. Ton mIles Old FEB. 9th 0011.05. 0550, I lit DOWN any appllanaiIt ". b. 0 or with baby Near SlUrS and BRAND 001W. n.

BALl 0' I..... UnIQ., .11I. Polk ClIp Ro.d 1I1 ,uei. AT "21..ndillo. n DOWN d.lI.n d.Un.soc bedroom rMTIAO. Like n... 3..0 12t ....PIeces Per Rest bue. ntllltlea optional MO 0-3510 ot000ls. '. Is to..IIt 01... .

lion drl..... .........nl. .ultabl. HAY FOR aal.. Oeorge WUL MD 11 A. M. to 6 P. M. POSTo. ...t" I I DOWN deliver nay dinetteW.S.BADCOCKCORP. another 811.car In S30O rods my MU foR CosioierolsFboUd. TWO BEDROOM furnlahed hoUM. br. apartment In .

for m.n .nd wile team opera.tlon a.O. CBa od '" Th005 Valuso or ... LIII. Near echooli. Two childrenaccept 0 for aIr .ndiloaed. bull
.u.I. e..I.II.Idl. ink nuwton month. .
.1. 000
.ble 000007 ,
aI.
2.0r "aho and
Nornlnal run ln'eitmnerew.n RABBIT PKRT1UZBK.: food lor FREE ADMISSION 4." or Bh. UK fort oot.
I'I Call 081-1021 for furDISTR lisa lo oslo. hr fr.. .. kitchen You U find
I IIDwon sad lardeni 60 pouad .81 .1.0 pair.Mom. .IROPTAIt of TWO OR three bedroom Iwuoe.furnlahed
pl ntr nd
thor Inrorunatlo,. ark. DOr MU 3.2100 ..<11." Pop. .. 10 .ndllo". Hll. 10 .pored. of ptrkini bad ...ll.bl.Jlfl UBto Permanent tenant nice. Charleo .'d. phono MU .

voWSendy Koulafabulou. ... 1105 72 Flowers, $t ds. Plants BAXLA'S AUCTION 10.. Walo.d )doobartrln.. 1503511.0 T. A 01..1.. A.L 5.5CIII. M.. TM pk Hltbvw. IW- 0100 per month. 720 south NewYork 1.120
.. m prop no ...r. our.Ih.II" .., I I.T". II. Avenue MU 1-104 <.ap
velerlty let oulbo.rd .a. HIOST ritEE" PrI uolsso 4 Un.praaon WEEK'S Main bIos and Werehotui.Mulberry power. sIr pointment.ATTBACTIVU.Y. 139 Unfvrnlihtd Houui
PlorldaMulberry 'RY8 Al FOR BALE or I. Two .11!
allot. Run m I" water S bouri plant SI per 100 hOle GALLERIE I .,.. PORN 10 U
Store Houretlam 1 lorawd builniM boIldI on (utMint J
.ndIIDn. .t.
per SHc ,..1. Coat 0... erlliIUO .her !..!. 1315 B: Leman CB borne. Handy to IIL53000MA. Iou,
I* I .m. d.llr, Prl airxt CoIl mode
621. lUI.
AlsO firm portable. .1.. COLD. HARDY tut 0,00115 4268 HWY. 92 WEST SPECIALS 0.111 0 811'01 Plekln I B8..I. .. T.... MonUomery Ward. rUJ. .. .10". moor
trio LJVt BAIT TANKS SpeclaCo prl.el hedie plinl to" kl.n Opts All Due W.dn..dsl OLMO.I. .1.Uo.. 010O. CI. eoo-4031_ CIc'sls'd
l.aI.
.d ......Ud.. .11 earn MU 8.9033 SI Its e. rUJRIE a.. Holn..Dr'l 111
"'p PI.n 1718 SolO LInoleum 1471 .O. AV.-ll Hlghtdand
n 50 down delivered MU .2.28. R. Over SO aceoMete .torn oor,10s ..
Mlui MarahaUIT TWO
S&00 olll. nellhMr 18.n.
..I.) .. Wire. write: INSTRUCTO .. 121.M Bel .prink orInn.riDrlni PlorldaLakeland n of Ilk ni>* ondlUDned BIH..S. weekend "
SPORTS 143* S. LaCleneaa, Loa CAMELLIAS AZALEAS. loopS. I rn.ttr.i. Colleie Arenuei. In lOMl I..ton .. ho larto oned _.b... I.
A n..I.. 3&M Iburnum. podocnrpub palma hil ,97 Articltt for SoI.MiscAUCTION L.rie chMt freeze ..., 1'1 Anoeltte Btore four doer. rICh,,.. Thtktrr kcroM from 871 DOc,. ..1 ). UU3 Ten tOl-lMt (collect
bl..u.l crotoni. m.nv other. raonablf M.ple Student De.ki ... 0" 01S Ho. Plorlda A.. iRVAIR. 54000. Now Polk rdor building Unt.hUI ROUTHS1DI Bomchopping ,
::: C.londrtr a- 00 Waahlra. S prlrod Andrnon H....... .. taioto 4 SIlOS foam .....laRa. "' Will Treal Right" tot for Uwrtrii oU 0...' sod IATON..bed
.d1
oo.UeuI I lucaUoo, Ste. II T It.. Ol.addsr alr..L P1100. Metlonala 8Remlniton .1 1981 PAIo000. Tub. "P 00010514 I p1,0000 spars 5. Sulk 100011'- r.r Rest, MIacelle.sus reoma tile living room
.. "
750 fur bout 002"1 ."" Oi' APARTMENT SIZB (U .. or .1 tre lult br ...m.nl. R. W. Sterksrd. Pbn.IWI3. HU-hen WIUI .ling c.rport.07S .
Grocery itor. Main hlihw.y la 0" .drt .ul' COM"E HCIAL .
IUUIIU M HALfuralehed .
.
510,000Suuloou. 73' feeds fruits Friday Nites Only oa Only nwd S monUie. Real re* 07 a month Ph. ,. -34

0050. ,'0mb. 005' leiritAwl. Vtg'tH.sELP 7.30( P.M. mn Ibelll .,20 50 ,onabIS. Call MU S.1482, UU a I BUla two tone. ..rl: Rud, o"....bed nntalaMel PARTLY furnl.hed S and
2 500. (fl 1005.3OItIO fcEHVlCE: f "I t uIaaudA200 : G...d TV. .. 4(O. ...n.RBP8IB. .Ih" .. new t. 0., 139 oniiirud Apsi-tmont. 1(17 But .AL.... Rudy Realtor
I ? suC. .00.00. 4% 50005. :hipped. 0 pP.ehe 0. day "'.PI w. buy er sail for Pen t paint Vllu. $.S7O0 o.n. .. Oor'.1 BI"d..IOT 59.1150 11127 Eut Mo Blvd 500-
.turday. 3601 North PlorldJiQUALITY .. now II 88 511 RLRIOBRTR THREE ROOMS and bath I.rn-; ..orl
t .
:ouuIror0mt Home .2I ..00JOHNJ : JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION M MERCURY Iwo door sods.hardtop. 113 Mobil Hernia 0107
005.5051.DRANOCS.. *Md dlnett .t .. SUM op d.n .. l.hed upper. one lower
BRLNNAN Oood ..ed .( and lofrIE.ritoro per mo.th. .. radl. h..t. $010055010OriOsml.olaO. and >T.. MO l-3t 0PURNISHED I.' rOSES BeDRM. one b.t.1w.stort. .
<< ORAPZFJ100 .Irked CENTER .. .. 00.110 < W T. Ora Company. Goons norouhl" .. CLIAN .ODJiRN; I"n"b.d bou BartRoea.
Realtor A M.n'I "LYdIA.m. .. HI. 050-4u03 C..". :loll,. W. .blo. Dowa.,'.. 8.1.ro..r 8381 U S II Cut: craft.paint.. $39S ..M.. ,.. lest oooudlIIOOI. UO.: .J.O. OR unfurnl.hed. prl-'I 0000511005.- 00111,0.001110105. 1.1... D.'o..n.b., .,., SeaUNPUBNUHED -

---- : 5usd ;D8ED ,. 81,1.11 lark Stool. of Plum bin. and U8ED 34" OB r.na., 1101.". .v. 111 CHEVROLET .Ik 4doortlumlnum vat* bath ... 02700 t* .... 'U.80.U' ...r.la.. "03.
TV'S from '3S lip Ous BBS 00 monthly ApartPCRNIBHED -
DRIVE-IN TREE troll > .0 T Tt.lart.4 PelereonIOPPO.II pram. a Mor1131 N.o. :
llPOOllOo. 4B
en _
.. RI DUPLEX I beroom. <
soloed flnanc. Workln..deln. oly"pSam .. II .1 l ..V. ... 381.ONa
Cod Went
RESTAURANT POled dolt .. .laI orders. W. acreptod Admiral 551.5S Pio. BoutrnaleIVE tad 1 m.nl. carport 1 blocka etneoli,
ihip Call oei-4joo SloolSi Produoe Senico. MU S-3171 .._. WE PAY PRICES ELECTRIC 410 'WILNIAN oPARTMNT Pu- BE1)IOOM: modern bura.r. ooo 1205 .
A.I. 1963 CHEVROLET So.luta. Caoll.
FOR RENT ....k... 4 mile. North' onHlihw.v Onb..ulul \ N.I. Pl.ed t..I. _.
o
50 1-v. 414 H. W.b..h. For Good Used Furnitureand .0.11. wub. S. Cal MU, SUPER SPORTS II.hed .mlur.l.h.Lsko IIDrU PI.rl. 5005s. 11107
flf WI1TTEB HAVEN POLLY Appliances 8..29. I..rr.n.. I' "U 5-1315. SiX 100051 hD.", sullIbla la
I "QUIPPED. ON BUSY HIOHWAT AUCTION SALE PeR SoLO loPOSOOlOSd COUPEn. I .0055 aol offiro. '33 Soot

IM SHOPPING CENT'tit AT HOUOHa Every Saturday 7:30: CALL MU 3-2044 05005. un 57 ...Dnthl.Ioll APARTNT al Ph... MTJ 1S320THHES Pa
p.m. m..
MKAIC 1WO SCHOOLS Thll Week. m..... manurer. T.Cr500 o..o. Low nuleece Pullyeeulpped 417 South 1O MOBILE LIVING
CALL cr 4'na* BAXLA'S POLK TRADING .orol. Prove .. Includlnk PM radio bit fleaMnable MO 81R. all ..15.501.allohao. .
.
SUGAR CANE .101CCit eon 44. orUlM P.I..t. '
WII"r 1I..n Orl'na 2-lnB. AT ITS BEST .. K.lloD
AUCTION GALLERIE MART USED 40' Frlildalr ..n. d.lI.bl. Road on 8.1. Road
II as s .110. PoemS 3 00..11. u.o. .8 IO..
II TJB. Hwy even, 144 &0. T. and MOT APA"TI'. one sd ly. MO J-JMS
00. Th. MaO 1010510.0 I 10usd.It formerly The Auction HouW. lE._ 114 Highway Court
oppoelBUU4D SoUtlU.lS. fur. Why lot live at a four .'.r park
00. RIper IG pound. 81.002aoo Wo Buy or Sell for You JBLIC NOTICE: Th. roI0.ln. Plon. < Off 1000 East nl.hed rm.01..lt. IllIt.less on a ? lob.? On. Uiit hat
30 YEARS Coal Mat. 54000. 8a.L
Crr.lalL.k. dining 'Bo Tin.
Of In.. 4161 Phono Hwy MO 0-OOJ3 02 W .utomatlo.win. machine>U, .1..0 portable bIn. SI.slr'.ehlnutsbI0 MAHOGANY I.. Man '2.mos HI.b.. .L city 525o-1t00100.tr1000r type e.wer. drlnkln.me CLA."IIKD DI.ILA.
.
portable. 0100 Ekeellent ooodltlon Ph.a.IU ATTRACTIVELYFURNISHED I bll

76 Landscapn9HARDY IXCHANOI: 01 ombl.. coot 18 0.8'72. Sinter 1..hl .ut.11...lm.t.Gnll. 5.7225. I 17 Avtemebilti Wanted .and. S bedroom npartmenta. L ilion n. with feollltlee I all Uio. fun Thee.type ti'I ng>
400 south Plorlda. .II.
.. Term
HOME FINANCING
OF 10 Inl one ''IO.nd 12. .lal. BIO REFRIOERATOIt with lar.1reeaer '. .
I SOD CO. 5r05 .\a. hone I 37. comp.rtment. .ood eon. WANTED CLEAN our. 'd to .6B 3007. 6HORI MOBUI :. W.

..lthy Lawn Or... NE-BURNER oil heater PIANO AND oh.r.h ...... t dttloo I7B MU I.IJII. Model. Call MU ..a88. DEOIP.A5L5 eUT8W. .... t aka lLAOI MOM.Hoad. .. of. b4

IN LAKELAND AREA Dt.kri Oradlo. P1.0010 lows slider, toed ..dlinn. : ._ .00010105. 511.030000.MA'HFiS. BED 12 cu ft 2-door Wmib,5.h AY CASH for pickup uiuck or moth 1.1 . :
FREE ESTIMATE rkw >ett*.. areen. too.buruore 1214. ou.o eleetrlo. ....r.* _r. Profclre. ..tinder. '81 model .1... call orslod l .. clOM t ktorw b... MO SECT

!II 10 pfImre 110 5.010 ... '. hot plat.. he. mo.t lib new. :7oel1 122 to. .. LooMs ... 514000 3.2154. 30200.LENN

Long terms direct reduc. 78 Tree Surgery #duip.1 '. .VOd.r..d. ad .ndad. IB Boy, shIll d.naa Jacket Bn.l. Electrlo:, Company. 320 Wnt 'I PAY dli .0 for 'unk 0005 DOUBLB. ond Inilo b. 1 5i LEDGER USED
aad. Ifctrlo klteh oil b.otor,
both 5,151, ... U. MU 2oll. 1"n r.t 095. pbS UP. Tonbol's loss audP.leIAl
lon home loans at reason TRJiJ; ; btR4COYTull 01115010 d.o.ndl.n.. .. 0251 old s0110uo" motor Ilk..w In. 053.3157. 'nt* both, rB....bli rtnt. 104BDorothy CSSIED ADS

able Interest. No penalty' .....000.4 tre rm 'al. sat. Ubl.. .ntQ.riding lawn rnovs. THREE. HP tI>uner. Prlc.4, lorIck 104 Cot, 01. Feel 'A01t 115 a fbs.h. rseot plok. .

bout tr.. palm .......1. tlidirNuriery Polo. pelblM n.. elor 300.. .. .. .oI.. MU 3.4700. OR4PAOZ OA8 '0' .oklh.. h.l'02 or older Call Wild THREE: R1 oOoMoI Ioestho.a.Cl. 134 Moblk. Homo left CARS
for prepayment at any 8o-4ou6. 18..1. .
HP 01251 two OltIs'75' .1..lc All ISO. ho 55011. 1..I..Uon. Induo How.rd .. ,lOoIrI. I
time. Two convenient off!-GROVES PRUNED ol..eodeu 1. knocked down US, 000oral >N'T NIS thu ba.an.. ail4V01 Irl.1 u.Cob 18..J8.. 1''. 10.p.rIll Ril p1,054 parkl0.. o..ta.ltb.D.01 i.xs: DONKY Star Mobile
feldl 05,1,1,.. b, | 10.
reoi pl.oted trimmed d.mo.i4 donnly .a"l. II.. 1161.111. Ho... Park N. ..' lots la
Fast streamlined ... South Fhon MV 0. 11..1. I. The .
serv tJO lour
ees. toldlnt slleilsomobmIrs 120 Form
LDOOl. .,. ImptamtntiWAN1LU
Llcen.fd fro. .. Lakeland .
itimite. Mulbrr
each 1360 lot Ab.rnd.l. 10.h. T W 0 BEDROOM kPkrtoiMt. SlOb and drr atunltlil -
copperen .032.U8E
Ice. 028.18e. Hrrb.rt' Ritlind 7.srS.900s.Su 1.0, prlvoudulu '' ....r and Mwertor .
en wlr. Ui. lot K \l.
tl
: round Jewelry
reral pI u. C tram.,. tarh 30 .alien ..1.1. 10 1O bur Cnle mior '" BlKVia: .<**..... 175. PukIUn boo line. Block M

PHONE: 686-8111 INSTRUCTION I 2 patIo,bbor boot. .1 Sen .. .r h.elnloed.. Eleo.11'.nIO. PAY ..r dl.mond. sold Cub tractor Beaacnabla. o,,. .. 880-OU4. Sow Orovo Park. Bhopplnt Conter Best for

!I. o.d... Mm. .n... an' 3M In.l. oolni. old platinum. II.tl'.r.041,10's JI. 500.0002.IOTERNAI'IOPOAL. UPPER TWO Oood lk fuhlni and .
84 Schools ;'. in boon. cooa 'III. Min JeweUr. South FlorNTIQUE bdr. 1.ln. 10's. Small Ik40 North Cr
'Do 10 300 tractor and kitchen. .r .
rm. .I. 1.1 Lako MU 1-7473
FLOIOILIA U1A5OCSt .nd soil :m.k. your prlr lo lot In.. Id.. back bled. .ood eondl- 0051 lorn. bill *. 683-0747. Dl.
FIRST FEDERAL mode. beauty achool, L.keli. I l rludlni. W.bitrr dirtlousrp', t.. I Iso. PACE HEATER lor .al.. 5,00 : BUTTONS .nd tewelrr I"lod.. ,IM. Call AT 4,9M1. 71.Mrod. DIXIE MOBILE: Park 4860 New Less '
wall mirror framed. eaoh I"ndltoa, 01& Cal OUUW .. OIEALI43CS: boot. Tw. .d.I" Tampa. Hlfriw.f Utrao drr ..ta.Mualolo.1 .
e.uty. Collet.. US : and old M
E Pin. SI I 13 SO aev.r.1 window icreen.two 010.1ONTGOMERY. b..h Mia. to 5opitIlta. S
ompLUly remodeled air cor illoned piece plat .1_, old ....I.I Il MI.. ItaMa. L.. WANTED: CUB tractor P.? ..h.Im..t 5000.Mi" .Trlmm.r. 1144 O. A'lr. 6M3973 nrtcra. Mwar telephono -. Petit
ampl. parking MU S-461J ,loned library table. S7 Mi, tsPJrO Ph.n. 3.13JT. ( b. sood buy Phone.MU 5 t Noyler Mo.

SAVINGSAND I B N. KEY punch day .nd ; ...nln... not ..". .tie. both WI BUY .ntlau. olD.. 5.003100. .291' .IIICe .OARAOE.. .rl.." moor BOBS MOII Homo Park. ton Your Rambler
10, Hv.ral auorted .1.! ollw 1013 E: hole,. I,. 00 month
llht .1....*. Pr... tlaoemtntervlr. flower iwl. AI.diamond. PI.la.m. .rttnlo.. per fro, dloeler, In L.k.toedI .
LOAN .. Likcland B..I..... Initltut note tak. the lot for 04: one 5drmlOp I. L. 13 HI LEDGE CombortIlli I Ph08 IB8-IO. .05 Union Dm., Wait 3oo block We offer theM
Ino on I.... Wire. .e .986PECLAL drewer. 110 two I gallon WARDLsta11ed lint I.mon North Plorlda Aeonu.. .81.T. y.I
ASSN. OF LAKELAND I... and .land 12 M; l.n. wa>h ClSSIIED ADS DUPLX. 8UT8IDJ. "PPr ef fop
THIS month only. Com. tub 02 lOt! canning .pot. 13 107 Plumbing SuppllatMontgomery Np.. outhiot.081. AdulU.blh. 3408 mod
.let* Be.utlcl.n Conn*. I.... iichm .tool. 01 one rubber air Coootles Annu.. ..Dli c.. .
Downtown: Orange at look, and ....1. Included ... .. m.ttreee. its. ondiion. 44i, b>.. Fencing Ward 1 12 Mobtla Hsmit NOTICtl I II ers cud (f you

pull loam Contact Colonial. Beau. o'. mining ... 15 PRNIHE APAIITMENTlloo. Move priced othora
'It Tenneisee School 511 Boutn Florida Ala.nub .Iumlau" Chrteune. tree and all CHAIN LINK GET A GAS HOT WATER ... 188.31 alr 0 pm.cLOSU reoliie
.. MONTEREY DELMAR you the
Lakeland Phone MU a 1431: \ sod lbs b4 wil
l.bl. HEATER FROM WARDS DOWNTOWN. two I' ,
.
4 Grove Part Lake\ .0 00 ..bl. MIRAMAR 'orl..., btthnrat 514 50 ...'D'. price ere
Crystal .
GET INTO .,1.1. t many to I." For Protection Have Hot Water When MRK'VAGABON ... All 0111111.. fRf[ REMTFOR [ hero.

Drive at Meadowbrook I CIVIL SERVICE WORK! and .. .AII'un..led-ID'old ISuitor I8CJ and Beauty. You Need HI! 0514 lall.. kouth h' .w I I.e.

.. charie.. No phone ."1. 14-Hr. In.tallatlon MOBILE HOME INSURANCEDEE'S Yort 000.4020.SIN0L5 63
Men-women IS and e.... Secure, pleee* and no Sunday ..IM. Sit CALL MU 25103FOR WO.-u.. spoil. d.Doer vVaoen.
critic SER 00001.. el..i.
Vlca .t.u" 117
I lob. Hun Short N
pay noun W..i Belme Otr.rt.fiiflIl.r... Kentucky ,
-I m.nl. Proc 'J' Psrmuo.:0Pfl10. w et 11 e w thrneteMna
... .1.
lor I. In' LjkWInd n..err Adhafle.mpet.. 2
Prmr. by home MU .. .. "U 03259NlcS. MONTHS leitor.er. Au
Two bay. .mall l0000tfltOflI. at. tudy for local ."'Ie and tsdrsl ( 2-5103 ... Ru.b. t e m a t I 1. individualeate.
\r..II. ID'oI. flouuuulu5 ...11. .>am. Por rulE Inlormatlon 15,5, 1 oriole. Phoo. .. -:2..18'IJ' FREE MOBILE HOMES back.

able lor oueJI/led nierh.nli.il. writ: Lincoln Spruce. Bot M'924. CANVAS 550100 ESTIMATESPLY 108 Pionoi & Musical Intl. ". QUIET. I050ropsttm,010000hsldr. Feb. 1st to April lot We aeld t new
441 It
Inclined bu.lrouman Call Oper.lor Ukeland Led.er ill I. 041 MU 54155 Adotto. .tourIsM onl". In"Centrl $2295
WX 8001 Plant City OJ6'1 ,3tx ANTI'UI uo.tI. 31000.10. P110,.' MP 3.3131 or MU I..7t .
Ur.Jd.lnoud.d. .. SOuth TRAILER SALES ( lube.'or. 4
FOR SALE aeneUilni for notlnna MEN! OPERATE PIANO.. ., FOAM RUBBER Anoluue. ,.0 Prld. .. .tor.ie. part r.nla.. .011... 10.ao'd THRIlL ROOM furnIshed kportcrlviu Florlda'gMoat '
Tor trailer pirn tour I.. home. HEAVY 015. Heater and 5500. SAl pl. : lW II. bonded local spit Q.I' .d.ll. .m.ploytd Ultra Modern 57 FORD
auto Junk yard or any kind oat EQUIPMENT "to". 121 E.., 5541150. CoOps, OUTLET NEW YAMAHA .bony fr.nd pino bruO.purt.ro. Jack'.. 4170 "".. couplt( ....'.. EI.\r.... t 4.Door Hardtop V.Stutone .
iu.lne.. ICO .n to be lour. Va t sow IS year bulldlni proi .IrD 110 MU I-37>l. We Cut It Any Size) .'2" d.non..tor.. Dre.tl- D.a HI.h..". NU03.. sitr 0 Urolohe) d. ISO .So-ol.4. Mobiehome Park" .nt. Auto-
I.n. or.m i under way NOW Admtlon.lneeded ally 12 : tlm.. met a. o, heater.
Hlihway 70 on mill W"Iot redUe. :1. lid i TWO .
OMIRAL Call MU 0000' SKYLINE: Air 0508005510 51bhp Ito.Ins I II I ,
COLOR pewer electrtaindew.
Arcadia Florida 2M' m.n to tr.ln a* HEAVY: TV 13 moolbiold. 3.20 Ar.. $ 37M. .adlt.n.d. w
deep ..b.n. Adult no room bulb ElleItlelty PLUS end aeet .
EQUIPMENT: Bncycloped; rr.
On. new 1..2. CBS imall home operator. CompleteIr.lnlna Amrl..a POLK MART loon Pt. 0100.4. 539,05105 Lecel one a w ,.
All for ntoc. n.lf ca.h. bal on ACTUAL. EQUIPMENTf ; : olteip I-J03. TRADING I HEARTiE Trailer .ak. .U"IIB l0oIppI. MU 30'0 "I Mal tra .. _
.n.. COO .nlh. Leos for r_. your CHOICE:. Equipment: op. 14 PLYWOOD bo." 14 aluminum US I. .. JO' 1530010050 .P".D' trsll.t
Pran" Rose. 3Iou" I. Boa 32'''. ..10.ris..smooo the hl.heM 0050. Coca Cola drink boi 30 NEW LOWREY nd c.bana Re.eonabl.. Ions DELUXE TWO todroom FREE $795
8obrln.. aV: 106.18"n paid .kill. In coniuructlon lodiy'or Mon water heater l HP sloe1010 99 Booti Motort Supplies AUTOMATIC Wllll.rr.. Lake Do T.11 tom.tlc ho>t, ulllltlw.r.1
complete Inform.tlon sound motor. elerlrlo motor. ORCHESTRA CNTOL! ark. Winter Hay.n. soosbIs. Two or TOWING I' '41 VALANT.
310350; "a. to m.k. .,on. jam. addre*.. telephon. numbor twIn, sold,.D.I.. 0. 'rl..r.. F18HINO BOATS let .0 u.. YOU PLAY a o..nDI AdulU pnlerwd. ..1 From
Ce with S Klddl. Moor" ..40Round" and houra at boon tot i (u... two InsIde 410... ,socmaiVIItdoeo'uooplct drtlebo.rde. canoe sailboslo.pIddlrblbs .1 IM your HobO autornatlcally MODERN .TRAILER: 48010'. L.... 2021 T.n.I..ood.B&M d-Doer .
.. .
nnt tree with colornhetc. United Equipment .. 11-602. oulboatd.. Mutters.Co.tslto'a P 001050.solo 81.10' b."I"1 15510 AIr .ndtlna.K. TOWN elton location to Beautiful "'u.m. .n...
Ourlookln.
Coin-operated 4. ... lin. ,
trailer .
mod become s chord- L.k Iak. R. rodlo.hOsSOl.
el.Wuep. KarouieU D30J Rico Lake. Operators School Inc. V.ED I'IBW' .. M. .11..ln.m.. loop 001.lapoiblo .p.. 11..6&. K"'Ddl.. Win' I. I.n from I.lul very firit noUl ..n.bl.. Ooer. ....nr..nl.. 1 North. wktrid On. owner.

32 A Western Union Bldg. tent, like new. Cost 1.0..lh 511, POOT ChrIs twin 9&'.. HC BEE HEAR be.ulllul- PLAY steMs mow PUR SALE i 2B' PsI.,. tr.ilro-00000. 000.1454. M.b CIRCLE M $1295
Cral. Oood condition H R. ,.
BUSINESS BUYS! Tampa Floridatractor. oil load.for Jack ono Day or. 1480. KithlMn' .. 2. depth ._. trade. .lip. OD .NANY bokerlew Street S ..I.rd. 131 PeR LIGHT booooIoOools. 551cr I
PO Sol 4, Loburs.dile
313 aid 11.00. .
C.n.. ": Inform.tlon about n.d. MU S-1371Ik WO. l-jaot. CANNON MUSIC CO. 093 TRAVEL trailer. ..elfcon.alned SIC North ...hi. ."oa 59 MERCURY

Gun and tark I. .Snp" In hourS .r all' trained operatora upon YARD truck .. 353 I. Plorlda A... Sll-lUt Muit .ell, 10.nt .. L
,, .r. 10 .hol 2. CHRIS thIs Herulel "n I. TWO MOBILE HOME RANCH 0 ..Deer Merdtep. Ota-
d..nl4" ......I..d. OOOd musep r""u drl.. 40' CRAr. Open Friday Evenln.iEVBRAL ....w., DOWNBTAIRa .parun.nueaKnable
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Good ,, w.. .
bm. Vn..ro" .n
"like.. 'DndIID. toot Aut. .
Trailer Park. .2>2 Mew TtrnnaHlihway
WoIkIOi 'o'.n. Alo ... _.
50101" Chop. full, equIpped In LIVESTOCK88"Dogs I BO. 1 Now paint ln.ld. .. 0... COED PIANO, $0. I'hOh' NV hre. bedroom .... n.lah- featuring .. ..I ..
CI..I.ad 1I.I.hI.. MANS CLOTHING Imoo.lop 8B 1 3B". 8.11.0. borh_. 027 Avenue. h.al._ .,.
0010 0500 Several 10.06 T.mo.m.'d' .nd 35.11 C"la .1. .lack
Cats, PotlROARDINO port Jacket I-EMPLAR oiiihor.. <80.. BEAUTIFUL u.d SpHM OIl ONE BEDROOM aipotaltllor5l.
Roe S 0 at N. 10. Shoe. futi. ShIrt. Evenlnn: MU 3.4401. mot I' and trailer. out ,IBO pano., from IJUI ... E.. I.. .Lo..d. 8h.lln..Troll- N.wl furnl,.hed nnd r.drnorstodNip. fr City Sewage $895

quipped and loin for Inventory HOV"k'iii.I.Clan NOTICE MOTHOROI Two years old Must Los lood ...Iu. upriahtHou last Pr" 5te.t. 11 sod y.rd
.nl"l Sod Ted V.a Allen 10,. lot The KId 6BO. M.I at 4B85JJ4 0. planD 5230 oo. 55b1 O.ndplanD LmDn '.' o.l.hbho 000 ,. to Underground L.P. Gaift
T.ble modern. sot h.ll sir Mulberry 15l.hssp. I'h.n..U Ju.1 ....I.d s Rm.' of C.l. Brown, 604 MUST 8EL. cle.n tlaller ted.y MU 1 IlIrnl..d., Uoltsl,DDalhl. Underground Coaxial
ondlUontd I 0eop.hellO price. .O&fiI. S000a.Odj5odd ,h PlorldaM60 Pour load lire. Special
drss.rallm.lsl PRACTICAlLY NEW 13' boltsod 3& THREE downitklri, prlvkto h1.
New
WIles HAIR Chihuahua.. Toy l Slmmoni rhriu and alna; Ma Ill I Sporting Goods HIP Tmo. Hlitiw.r .'R. entrince hrerKwikchek Telephone '
MEL RUDY orrle.., 1101 ole... Pomrr.nl.n. b.d.. Cheiu 12205. Bin He bed Ir.lo. 013. 1IB6.CAIIN '..9 GREAT Lake. 40K10 Two .nl,. 731 110 x 220 Electric 59 BUICKOeivert
O.rm.a Bheph.rd. tropical dirt, m.lr. and ipOO.Ooomoieo,. CRUIE 1' liber.la...1 FU1LL01CITTt o IOsh rhObor. -bedroom front .llh... Walnut Houth .. .adlt. .ble
u'.Orl.i. monkey.. sod lupplleaCoker .1 V.nille.' iu Ot Com. HI molr. Complrte.. h_. boot., Nosr0'ed -panelmc. ... condition h Paved Streets (wide) tea 121 .....
REALTOR a Pet shop 216 North' Een- hem whll. tApe U.t I. .oulpO II stun MU 2 70BII 10 ixlm.tely .1.. 41 86-o ., tJ.04H.. plant Clly. boost FLOOR one bro. oh te. red leeth.er
1527 E. Memorial '.rk,. MU 0...6BETTYS .. RED TOP TENDING 'U.14KO P n. ,.In bed>. ."\. fr Extra Large Lou Suefcot eeethutemetie.
Blvd. past Mnlirloli lie. .1. .
U4S Plow T.mpa ,100 Bldg. PR SALE 28' .Iwl""" h.u.C"lo Center lou 0rsn.'iii's .. ee* e.
POODLE Wintid MutilUnoui : .. boo 811 fr Recreational Facilities heeler full
dial 688-1107 time ethopp. P.o. MU 3.at 13 112 t.II. 'JU' .10" p" .1
any 1o..I.n. .roonln., Mud.. Polo0101. fu ilihed. MU 3.5220.AMAZING l.r.l. "" t
Uc) K.ihloen Road Shop, BETTER USEDFURNITRE OVERSTOCK Cobb FOR s our 1IIIId ltw.M I.I PRII room .Uolocuio fr Championship ShuffleBoard $1295'

68J.8. Hoe. 881.28211. 3.331. 01.In prIVkUuco.
STAND ACROSSFROM & BUILDING tood $ia Ext
CIIIHUAIIUA PUPPIEO AtC WANTK TO buy .hldr.,, .... j
reaAhar.d 8m.1I A.Uums I... MATERIALS houxhold nld. :SO k 10' two bedroom mobile ALL NEW '
KATHLEEN JR. 00. OralS. oua rom.... Phoa. b.br furnllur. Wua ThrIll 'bumpo. Styled lor modern living. 4-ANTEII. WORKINO bachelor ITS 57 CHEVROLET
886..B7. ANTIQUES & 113 North Florida. 'mill down payment lo accoin Slrlo or bo,.. Relerenceo reoutrd .
HIGH. Two drink boxes. Cheita pi Drawer,. ....GFS IhD. lbs 101.50 9 b.I Por Maid. _.loo Out Today To 4-Deor tt.tien Waeen
REGISTERED MALE Ctulhushus000pC. d. \Asbestos aiding In doll DAY boy .ou"d 'phone SirIus < 71 0 or 4:1'. .aIOI.. .b. 1 4 "n.. eed.e. end
one 10 cass Coca-Cola dry. Slad ..S-rblluushu..a., ret.e.. new and uo'50.45. b .. B.nJd .Iook. MU olh'Tbom. '5.. lor ,ourol .. .... MU "" _. .. In.. ". '
One refrigerator. lop los lMrl.,5. .1...... Cats, by bedi. Round '. .. I colon, balance on WAI0TFD0MMSD1AT00.V.3I0O.p1101 2.11.. '51555 to 0"0. fromExpressway EAR .UMrWN. one bedroom. CIRCLE M :i $695
MU 3. IOO. 8.uar* O.k T.ble While "I hand $10 .
q Mobile Homes onl,
lurnlh.d
Ls.t .. bad. \\e..n.bl. .holl .U alll.
Miulc Box. 10 too. ..
COLLIE: PUPPIES for..i.71ii8 TV Coneole .... .. \\ .,. MJ_ h
MU TV Portable Center u
8.2088BUSINESS 26'I
Goldengate Shopping .
..>ek> old. 16n Morr.ll Drive solId Cherry_ Drop Leaf Tab; 40 Gal. Penn quality latex 1174ISAR '58 FORD
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FIRST otto bur. either malemalo or Llpitlck Red Love 8.. flat wall paint. I* AUTOMOTVE Bartow Florida WATSON Clnl. One bedroom MOBILE HOME >eirlai AKC re.l.lerod poHUB. 411.. Put -I Bet Framed ODd I. ...r..nl.. .around Y.8. A.to' ... '
.. IB werkl MU 3-1S01 Map) colored Dlnel Pastel green $225 gal, 1 Sols OPEN EVERY DAY AIII ,. oo MacalUM. Real .. .... .n" h..I.t .
CAREER Sot. p10001 '-Ch.rrp 16 Automobl. 1501 West Ariana St.
CololdB.droom 9 till 9 .
.83.21
AKC R&oIIiTERIID: lolulstur.uoodte 23" Rockwool
Solo. umne 2" x II. air 7 0"$595
CHIVY .oadilon.d. Open 9
Days 6 P.M.
OFFERED 001.100. P.rL" .ol.r.d med > SuIt.Walnut Uo.I'h .. -
black, Reawmbl.. C.nloc K... r Secretary De>k-1 Set Lenoi Mini insulation ..... 4c ft eater. la' .1. Call Sorry .
n..n HrIcs .11a. 8 ...... "U & 1.0. 'J, RAMBLER .
AmbItIous maui by National Com. 6.68.1. Dl.b., Early. American* W..rColo Homosote bed bard 88713.IUal COME BY AND No Pets No Children
Prln. Crrl. CHEVROLET Monid Clewie S eyllnder
piOpOplotesa retAIl ion
tsbzlcitiuqshop FEMALE: : PEKINGESE: IS booth ,. S 3x5 $4.20 .. Seee. Autemet.e .. h
C.lr eluxe mile. andlookl
eoon In Low runa
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old trained Ideal lor ....11 child 1-4 O.k Chair. Hidden ... .. All UnWd 135 hems Far Real red"o and heater,
Life time .hot.. 8 7> remile pup.I ..In Collector. lUm.. .lusswln Interior lock new power .1. TAKE A VIEWof YOU'lAG '
conditioned r.dlo and $695
ill
LAKELANDFutary ... 14 w.eln, |40. Phone MU 3- Buy New-No Down Payn.kt. h.\ IXIRN0WOEDI000M ours .nd
118a.PBKINOE8E.. Tb. B.d.. Plan sets ....... $101)) ea. .r r nnd MU 54a4.you name I. MU 9 this MOBILE HOMEof .torS. 0,501105.. pro-to-rIsC.bl U. li a

tralnlnt soul lupenl.lo : HEAL111Y. .uddl. Open Mon thru Sat W. Munolla. MU .04111.. 'q 57 NASH
blue
I ourasluoo aia 01 oIl. 0.001. AKC ftIstOfld, lam. to S pm. Interior white pine .CHItVROLB.On. D"Dor, 111. .
bu.ine. 0
\ wonbo BEDROOM PRIVATE Aitibeeiedee V 0 APr.
N.dor.l. In....m.IlO for old .U 8-6I1OT. WE: IVY BLLL TRADE abutters 10 OFF I lod .ondilon. C.I ..... contplrtely .. b .. .
.tot: ... % S3-3416 10.S. 1SS n'.IO .Ian. I.. te employed AI..I. .
and ,......... a..ed..roll..bl. NICK CUTE lltll. Chlhu.hua THE SPINNING .. .I.r 1188.131 l.r.l.he. new Denim [E weekly. 7O1 M.ble A.... tul .. Realclean

Priced rea.on.l.l.. PlOP.plea 1005North WHEE Garden Stakes SO piece IYU MERCURY h.rdlDo 00000 Modern I.rlll. Two bedroom 062-2 nT er 502.2317. 4
Powlr .leerln.. radio hrau-l foot awnlni $495
1I.lmllod Ilitur. rDrm.a Plorlda Avenue. MU .1J1I. lois 8 Plorlds .I ,
bundle 4 ft. $2.00 bundle red llnlth .,Ur.d... ia.14,1 couple with
SIlO iblill Bud a Cosine 0" Pro .. b.uliul h.
P5,510. In .
work for hinwir TWORBAOLB 000010' 5u..on-. I. Io. 3 ft. $150 bundle .llt Ml 7 ei _ CALL MU 6.170 MU 4-8H4
I uhl. MU I.IO&T o. Mt1 '..lnB.filiiEI LAROS POUR wh..1 Air Pvo. .>7 MERCURY Monterey. Alpower that the Ledger Want Ads CORNER: PRIVATE bath prl..t. So.Okot .

AKC sIll 0505. TD-5 o. .... .n".nr. TV. sto monthly. Mon
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C.II Jac" 3radoIrk. ..1.. M.n..It' .nd .. br.k.. Lad.d .. llndengrtn
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Phone "] ...... lI.hl Irllo A.nu.
0.' "d. Call .U nCI. McGINNESLUMBER MU C
at ftuWro. .011.,1. ..Im.... 8.1".1at solo .t. .. AT 4. ..BI.HOW .aIT. wtU sell unused

10. I"torlds. 7l2-3be o. .rI" OOOPV ran we ..on Wall CO. ::>7 CHEVROLET four door i. R&B R B BNew u bedroom for lo deeeo.o RACV
B.. 8127. 1III..t.. Fturtds. llvt.tock1UV \ 'Under. .tandard : ..
I 1-0. wall c.ipet from II (S up. 50OiPont rId'. and beater 4401 imo.ph.jKitchen prKtleaeaate Paul
600 MAIN household
11.1) .w.... cut sotd"opoed nylon $5. per ....,. West ST. Lao.' 1.lod Items fast O Inlervtee. 'OB-UT..

400 lb. CI'ol. S sCoot r.rd. Scatter r.. .lander I AROE, comfort 1
,. i and ._laI cut. to you' Ma CORVAIR Mon. Pourperd. ble TPI
CDmp.n Dad.
65 M rtgag.i CII .1. radio. heater. deluxe In. Used Check your boone now corner Lk. homo
and
I If inel.na Including rounde .nd MU '
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1UV YOUR I...... beef now Sea FOul ed.lnt done in our OOOD U8E e.r 010.1105.hush .. '. factory atr Loral one .w"' -131 4 P I
.b.. eut and wrapped Wtiole or 0..1.plane. Pabrle. clearance '. a. baeeenouih 1. Any reasonable allot acoept 136 Roemi Naylor
With
jalou.1. window.encloM call Beard
i.lf Phone MU 0-77S1 MV olaM t IU-4S24 MU 6-1151
or Outlnk at B&c pr yard. blac ten t
1 carport. KeaMnabl.Oombee .. I
F.H.A. i-Jose.
I sod ..bll p1mb M 20,. .0." Rn.d .43 CHEVROLET Bel Air Uk rel. .100)51 A"D bo.uud T"'n baA..

PET: THRU year old u>rr'l .. plaid 2... P1,05 0053ltp MIt nd.r. four door Mdan 41W1 MOBllt HOMS[ puce a buyer'getting ad. Two '' ... Ouuld. entrance.
In.. allot. Clot, .S.Y 11010. pOds at a .. 1 fit coo.bod000an 103 furniture J. AppllencesJAC'1JU5jCL'kA0tR4b'jIliii. will nenildet .. MU t-6146 ..0 Nnrh V..mOM Motors

and CONVENTIONAL' 8 ..tGh... koioto sod II.. doss d .0rU ride 0.1U. Ma'S..oP5000 .
OD .Dmm.nd. Pho,. MU 0.5300or C. 'arlr. 41V01.KOWAOON olk.p... .. MU 8-1151 138 Unf.TEl.liod
condiuon 10
DM). Htkhway. conditioned new Apam
MORTGAGE .U 54621.P50133 North ct Intent.le 4 mile uraufl.ld '1.'r.. 33 o.n. O SIlo..phono MU 4-OH14. MUt3 '."Ei'LZX. tOre. 1047 E. MAIN ST.r. .
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05153100.0100 MU 8.JUI.0o00. SalapIrIlod. and H.I.hl Bled .U29. Sales Service Parts bath Modern. .OM 0.1:. .n u::' :.. .. I.....

U8lD O. r.fcli.tutor. IG oO. I. CHIROLB. Mew poInt TlTelephone_ MTJ lKI2nO, 11 O- .. .. 1..1.
LOANSTo HORSI FOR .51.. boo coot. old T..U sod ...... cl.sS.. DependiSaeriflre CLAIOIFILD j
I ..ntl.' ". Coil MOO 3..68 HOW TO SNAREA 0.11 111..... 01 it,.. I17B? IKK Rineon Ava- Financing and Insurance OII"LAY CLAks'i'j"j"INDUSTRIAL OpSS EvenIngs Till


...... rour property ruler loSll 90 Poultry A Supplies U8a, WEBT1NOHOUSE> to. Taia.rt and Uundro-1.001500. 11& OUJ T-BIRD..WIth Lao w.. 1 2 s 3 bedroom models l. 9P.M.o b15Inobop

or your dwelt homo eaele. -wjn'fr iid WOOlS 0' lop. ,UI.. .U
oopo.lt BouthaileTV
own. take eulniuflIua. 01 .n odd, so Isp. 15. ...h. .lurker.. DRUM '.
8-1. All In (lock-at all times
aitog.t TBA lo.n. Vou c.iobUln 20 Completely. RUBBER
IIP to ST ol th.' fir. o 000pdPhoeo IoIU 0.O54 buUI.ARAINS. $3500 sod.11 PLYMOUTH luordlop.. All SALESMAN
SUBOO or v.tu. .nd up to 001ofthe .r.nt 910.. 5100. 000 A".II'
92 Wanted LliiickTPiiiHANTLO. Pree .
Cleat 431.000 .lth Daymen' up In.IOI..ln. AlwayLak.land I K.thLen MU 900701MI "For Mobile Home

Urn. up to M JdMU.Connntlonat year... Call 10< A Io" lIiIIposU1Su, or other musical Inslru- need TV at, Nil* H."Day. TV.new 1330 or, KARMAM OHIA. II100 tiniirit sln. A. ssp.rtsoe,4! nibkdr or soil | | U.sd Cs.kA:4c'.
for aomplito Mm.B .J
kind. Will 0" too ..... 511.0. A000rodule 80.4. tIll 0 take old car 'o part. (413KH The Folks To See Are" y.py ", ., Pl. w..n.

.opraleed *louii al.e vlin tI" parm.nterm to 711of Pooar. D.lor: MU -CIIJI.. meat quickly and Inexpensively !.!' MU 0.3110. 0. .hlo.1 0' ,."c.. ,In Maine ..."",,4... end OEM.

of a VMr.POLK .. USED APARTMENT .I.. 1957 Plymouth scco."H, build s ml future I
I LOOK UP Just look under P."ro.relrlieralor. 017005115 44o. Taa.arl Soutriiat.an I R & B MOBILE CB F.rd..

COUNTY ClassIficatIon IM. Muslcsl RkPniotBATonsTWi'ii. STATIONWAGON This opoorrtimrf elf....I.r. oonui.. oipeawt, slui

today' Cars For Sal ads boston, sandlOt oaar' etc All' HOMES 4ur.n<.. wmptoMssh' 1
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Instruments In Classified make, Prompt eaperaervlc sad ,?'it ,),.,,?, .tB.iir,.
MORTGAGE CO. In this section and be .1. ,
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See aood mod S.pItsorn. Welt U
amazed by the excellent KelvM.ter an.1 Motor ay.rh.uled 4J08JOJ4 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. confidence t. S. Wiit,"...., R.sy.li.'

A... fO. OUr,. ,"I.0", Appliance. New 9,10., Road Rubber Di.iii.n
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4.1133 Don't delay. .. 3ll-ltd MU 8.3881 '

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3 n o NeesesAl. 1J3 home TILL tAEe tt31t't7tttT aMdrq.Fr R'tolwte! A VEti'IA4u.IN -
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lots I fkl ti7IPeRT WHO WSBsxpwrrwrrMrtl A'UiNE'OI ffRTTH6 REAL ESTATES REAL ESTATE1S3

bNroetoa. ro L. r o 0 .RAIN WITI} At IICQ t70MRAR190N A CAN LOCATC THi CLRTAIN I- A WITH AA
NNr Kp'::: CEII IN Homes For SilaEBEDROOM Howes for Sail
+ N+ We1dN Cllnirxi Iralwr I 4td yep PIO GOMPtIr'ER fFWRT C/RCU17, OR NATUQAL Q1)7) FOR T TOUCH { .
ed 7dN fat uhlldrep, ,630 Rsalny. U. 'l'ook. OOhtPUTERtT7i8 tONPV1'FJI
woar Nd :=
? xt3i07t eloo\.rle. h TNa1GNT GAN RF.AU47 / FAVLTV It1R1' ANO ; DELOma / A HATURM. I tk kathFlorldB BElT LOCATION I. 101..1.. ...
., WHAT Di MAGNNEtI l w GIFT*. HMMleetl ....... aj aandltlanadfancad TV* kMtraom maaanry, Fiorinai
'u .1L.>>Wo"-C II blank bomk. TRA1LCK OWNER you'll-noi tNTRI1UE MEI DO Wtl 1>OZ yard Rda kiraaiB !. rwrA i. lurdwaod loari. "oe'
I "I"h_ 1I.eN.oJ' : IIrIM pis sour Ova lot la LekewoW P J r.rt *..lraalB, larauaa. CaU MU ftack ..... fruit Iroot, aonlhintrrod ..
'I1a l IIIUROO" pattlfplNrOr Trailer BMalM, Twica MOil ar attar 0 pra. 134114TMMEB pw IL bro .1. but I. Bo"
101la 11'.1 Rmma. call MUWO I tut af Liu. rube Oi s "' BEDROOM.two"Nut Cl amyl dewy pnrtndnt. PIIA n.
Jun.l I tMeNarw lol,, pavad : a Call MU 1-1..t
heYM. Many lrai laiy Nrba
atroeL, te.Irlrte0, i
BLUAUOMB, p11chM, dIM tallow .lend,. .nnddnreundullluee B Bd.ariIM I 6kka : M ralllMa .......,. kTO O-BITI *rMO POII.cLOIII7I1.11. rirwLT dotor.t.Km .
nr !brit I.Inf knd Yl/lllr room HolI....'. 01... AWtN. ONJ77dor itI. 14111BAHaAlMi N & kodraon CB houM. PlrK
r +od Nj 73dI N NWdjt, 691I wkwxe7p NIW Uiraa kidraamCB .. ...m.o.. 1114 Kr.wfc.rrLono .
I nArr.ftaN : Carport tmllty, kullWM MaP MU I-4OM.
I BbUROOM ": Illlt oft'abaal. chop, lots for Sol* ... tila katk. IniuliMd. ownletwlnddw. t4t DOWN 14* month kiln two
ly but at a'r. HIM AN lIlOHU.NDII BI.hI 3 .. /wnN veal. dldmded _gam h..... B: toa Fart Ar.rhkr .
.I', art B.1614HKIC bO""I' rrNldenlla duN MIIIM. pardd NrNtO. pd mitt" rotutortd broker.exW7r .
Iwo. dd prlrkN ;; .t air NtN, II BOO. 111 "..,.. Alaonlr : ].
w" BOUROOM house. lKO .... Cllr waver CII1 Re.epblum. ,.. kdroM CB (.area Flar
r+ eUiN o.U 2 6611 Mohr. ON 003j. .T OWMnt. thno kodraami torbalk.
aehool. dndrhuMhN.
Ida room mar atarr-a
)' BKCROOM air. ond|. FtVB ACftB 1_". m dawa, lmonui .. Idea ratiramint ....... C., air tandlUaaor. ,drapor.n. .
kip Rudy .ID* Tit homes kullwa klifhrn, hap llnKHi
l"mod healad boaullful kllch.n Realtor. 1117 17 Ba-annah eats
llihaar Crratal Laktnik B MomarlU Blvd MU '-'101. IB Bkrllna A..... T...... nlMountlor ,....>. KMC CB rkrNe.v
... .. .. .n M mad for Hioa of otu .
110 tin nut door Call rain In .1. will tarrana
O1BBON
,Tcrr. L FI| hoed nnytimt al373l
U r-8880 *D owner
ar H10I ..
and waW N. Oood Mr" >n.o. TVIopbono kfO d4 07BCDHOOM .
1i'Ri Bii>R o.-cacr: ;: : 1 BC Land Company.HO1CC ej9-ooN.ttCLVafVe 144 Acreage, tits Fr Sal e 144 Acreage, lots For Sale 146 Farms, Crtvn, RincktiLaka 148 Wete rent Prtptrtf"nlFICS 1S2 Roe Eital Wortid 9r0 i BEACH it....... Thraa kad Two CII. LOW Olord -

tN 1Nn Nd. .11.11I. hb.I CONViNIBNT Imotlen. : 1'01IIALIt' daod hulldlna lot. & CEDAR: o.blu. WI: OET .a.ul\ll NMd 1r11nw room (rima. iwa ..roll... lamllrlnl Bordort toll oourto. MOb
BIT' (in. Mtl ]an. UO' .......,.... &00' depth Cor.... 7eX100. Clip a.war. On Front Honi Grow t0kerwd I kadroam Bowl eon' ter ..,.. ......... Mol 11114. ttedlNr. and dlnlnf _. romblm.lion ."... Owner Rowan 11 MaVllUn ...
RXa "iiim /WOw Novell sea 2201 bnwmsnd Troll nape LaU 33 ACRES block from o0 I.... call OOdNIO moU VaJoncIa OraniMBiautlful hound, (TOO. c... ar tarna 112' la" Memor/a,. Ne.d 107. Twa lane Ion. 100 nil. Loaa. Kochattor, Mow
roN III' CIew11Wd ....b... N of l lnowortb. ON-de7j. homo cantral ...... I rrN Lara laia tram ,...*. I* off spweek Fheaa IH-U41 York 14614.
all MO4"MMODERN : UlLDINO .11. IM.I4 '. arada, Robby raoBv OoM dan. CraemA .OoooriiiHidiawar 1200 DOWN *t* ....u.. By awn i LhrMbMrNm
Y OW8Ift.
... dirantiy krkind jaso Cl._ 290' urine. 0 mlln rtartk a< K LIST YOUHPROPERTY .,. BltrlcUva I (Mdraarr ". one orro N .
run Ills beM rdr
TWO BEDROOM land 1I.lah. IN.,. Call NV M fronting Highway 60 at 9 ACRES 10 A. Valencia. irava, a.kadroomhowo 011 301. Wood. Bad ......, US home. 'uill-in.. tdnodd rod. ejYdde. pmt, .tllltr t'1& _... .u e''UT
WITH .
9 DUPLEX CHOICE LO N1 "U .sr70. county line. Ideal for trailer 011 000. I II' EAOLB: UKB. UketroBt build' ..,.. .m.
A. produclni crow. t bid*, list all*. 171 400. BttuiUuOika. Dua TO a/reYmNanNe. .11I NV
CATION. RANGE AND RE AN UCSFTIONAL tor kuy Hara opportiuilly park. Price 122,500, attracUve ., N.ar Lakiland. .1...... porN room houat far Ritlromant arMidriwiri ..,..., ollrui ,-.. ram ''1f 'Ih..,.* ran.I BB1J.: It. BRNIT thrat kidrooBi. two ..&Ii. aieal LA KB VIEW: with boat ba.ln.
IBdltrUuala M buds .road Frlra II too Jl* dawnbalana 111.ooo. Ooad ...... .. DOWN" M u iBKartrl FalmRaallar CB and brick lam calhrdriliifl
terms Make lir. Raaltor. 1401 But: klklaLikiland lanl aandltloa CB kema In Ulan
rRIGERATOR. YARD now. ar Hold for tulura appraoialloo ma aoffer. III per ......... Call' Jim 40 A. 0...... Cron Mllmala, 131.. plioni 281.CAPI er UO.A. 101 B. TenMYN !...id HUU lor aaortllca. Call MU II' room, uiroa brdroamnd
Lob ONe. M down. |l ft, Power wllh T. a. Turkar, Jr.. 000. Prloa 'I I.OOO. "' A.."... Fhona MU 14173it x.aeeLARUt shred talht. modern kltckra
ARE. INQUIRE bORM.Or I<.irU.r InloUBallBBII Raaltvr ew7113CHOIOB 10 A. 0..... Crop oellmatt, MO.. CORAL Nomr eIN.: rR00tor ''' to. .. To... .... FaikmLit .nd dlBInc ..... lmc4 IB krlrballt.
.. tmt kurdto. CY 4-II1I ., I 000. hIM" jJN 000. mP eaultr end ueume jhde0 .* LIVINO room, Iwa kid Illltr room. fall Out .h.,l.or l.
J960 LEXINGTON ST. Dan wuura, CT 11-Id33, wiatw no A. DraoN jrow. a... dowp. 0.1...ira. l.rmi. ...-.... tomi, two aaLJii two kltrhaniloutu .1 coBlrtl tint and air, condl
HUM R. B. (Bob) McKinneyRealtor LOTB laka Iranli. porah. acraaaKl porch.1 II....... double carport lano Int.taullr .
IN .. oou.'r. Dams wllh brarlm clt.rua BY OWKKR Two bMraon rot- POIIBCLOaaD: lllIl'Oaa" 0 e B: D e01 jlNlaTWO ajooo o.YmdidIjj
10V... bNrNmp Mist 0' wN HJNCAN KRtOKTC Lakalaad ....... tl iOO up. Clark. RaalLooking JOHN J. BRENNAN '.... complildir. furnlihad loo b..ln In mMr La..I.nd erwa .. KIM17 l.
'h. hnrowoal oven. MlrhlndM'eM ten, herd roN tr. ...._31. lot. BB Lab Marlon, pole" tiMor Mel Rudr ....n... un a. Wmorla BEDROOM: homo (or andc.rn
'ek0 Nd e1Mn. 'stink. N9 .. I bedroom. roll MM on eon i HIM. IIU l4 ll. MO 0* BY OWNER, noarlr pew Lhredb.drNm
RIM' Ne d1e7t
RJ6.WO. two iidn hlchly .,..nll... ... 308 So. Kentucky MU 3.1102 ,JI i
REALTOR 100' 4
BOO 88'.l nl lot at Anna Maria dolt Oll CB houko. BIalrd .wl, deter
for 100. to...... Ono ....11 .11- 153 Hum for Salt .
BIIDROOM hauia atomnd gracious 194 Witt Mat 't good TWO aADROOM. eLN, n/ro tel.rhunh. All! dleclrle kltrhet eUfhthN
rvlrlaaratar ,....101I.... Law u>Tl. 100'.130' alana nropoitd 7 rr lot :llniot OB Uio ewer KHiidaoB ....... bu. Rduonabl.eN and watwr. lest .10141.
Hiahaay M b.n.u tiooo. (too Country Living d d e Hprinii, MOO rood OWNER: LIAVIlJlirrorlda n ..... oItr For kpN/ntmenL ptiMt MO
of Childraa valrana CaU MtJI wreTjtot LOT. seoo "'..... Au. Call edl NOY.
2110 attar I 'waridayi. 'wN!0...II Owner N. IIPUOMI MOI HUB1140 Arondr 1.,11b.. rNUNnd. brotdr.eN0J9a Then Look to. . 1 147 III.am. fr.pirty I t 1011.rmi.EM Bfi Main It .C Fhoni Lou MU owner*-. .!fora. modern furntihad horn ar al nklurnlihad a ruducodprloa COUNTRY HOMK. two arrnUirn a.I103.CLA.'EO.

IX ROOMS lard kadraoniaeraanrd fllit'iaTiASiil"7"hom.: Ib'N .ItJ 11130 WoodfclniALB krdraBmi, Iw* kalhy.. l>00 DIIIILA"
porchaa. war Lob Mot.on. LAND .t11r-IO.o pipe. I..... deMa Mmlrleknd TWO LAROII Nuslrr IoN for car feisty Nnd .wlmminf Pool BY OWNER. on. tIC.. CB thrNNdraom. down. Old Fo4k Clly AOw. MU
Ineulro un Waat Ollva. MM citlla '...11.ON tenets per trM pod eW. .'.180 M.-II. 8000 dowt per BRIAR BRAEFLORENCE plue 6700 0 mOnlh Income. tN. ISO MiictlloniewiHOMEa 111I\ tad bath euwrt.ulllltr 0..081.
WO BEDROOM hauia. Uraa sew erou ....... Corral and laadlaaehuUi 10' MVOdpe. property .nd awn er of. 1.03 Ton ...... 811.000. 'JlD do... COUNTRY HOMI wltk fwd aoraa
!ulna room. I01T WtrtHickory. ml per ..... M acrm and nivood MU ajaioItlOBId MU I.IU' dfleT a. Pint hauia port Orllfm luira anKnliHttalkon DEMO! !
Kama aisle IMOO moo. ...... OKLVXa .0UTIt klde dupleaTwe Moad CaU MU
koar hew adiool ill.RKNT down NO :. IACRIFICB IN" .... 3frontaia
117. 00 hMd al '.'41.. anly .eo._ OPEN HOUSECATALOMA CIRCLEin .....roo.... oak 1100'. lord.rNma. ........ InlorBia. 1-IU* attar I .i*.dariTHRtB '
FOR COIX5RFO: ON 1ITHTRSBT NIW 63 fMtlM
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'3000 AI' hlrN .
lour
Biilra teem cr-
... Fluid BEPFtOOM homa andtl
R iinlurnUhad boaroomi .. 'ICIT OF WKMTtR I tlopl Pel'0 Pi. Laki
...... .. for hem. IMNtmenL
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praii hlihwirroiuit .
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lard Ill.tOO aah
ou. BBd kath OB kuijn : 1 1 AND IkOROOMS UM DOWN Florida a arm
onlr 1700 pry BOM. oar the beautiful elealnt "ill. MO 1-1334 ro Mom MU 131001CI "Bonniville"LOADED
FHA QUAL1K11D BUYtRSMIX
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( CIOM t 0 achaol churcatXCKPTlONAL R c. Uii DOUNTRV HOME fllWred poo..
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or oardnarDltkl
to... N0. rhond "U WT9j.OVR Rtaltr 1011 Eedt M.l> ACRES Lakeland Highlands NCOMB[ PROPIrmEB two' RUDY. .REALTOR IM7 t: 1 on. kobbr asap, finplaoicarpnad LOW DOWN parmeaL new. Ce.d9e .
md ktdraom MEMORIAL. IIO-4107 ANYT1MS
thrta hamai with
bomw. Phana MU 0-1113. ewp.r, ni-TMS afar ] M..II. Two Nihr. tkrNbedraoma
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urnlahad rintal unit BwrmanRrally
iria kMraama. ta bithi. can.tral 110' I. e11K tottery, 1750 CholMt 1:00: to 8:00: TODAY Drive South out Cleveland 9121 aoutri Florida A... PM 18J.I'
heat. BIT Sloo-Olll. Clarkally TO' oo.lb crn&o1 Lotd Drew.jtoo fEW Thraa ktdraanu. Florida nw. MU aim'B llNT-4IALE: Niar allo.a. TwobMrNmw TWO kadraam CB liui rapilnwd -
__no eee019dt0 Height Blvd, past the New alioplnf parch Collate iBildi, u>d auk laraa IlrInt '
roam iwe bithi. carpnt, Built- N FURN1BHKD ,
iVERAL: QUALITY &hrae bM- ACHE en Hitkway IT lou,. in kltehm, Tarraaaa Floori, Pluiooi Carlton Palmore Elementary In fait arowlni. rotlromrnlhomN rommunlIr. *' 151 Rid Etltt Exchang iD roar ell-1134 bolwarn a-T pm Coprenknt room, I..to.' air dltr North buo Florida"..000.&or. ,.
m Borneo Notable. A. a.arrow. t* Btllai wuUl .( Arcadia. Milk acra, at Ie.... Onlr IllwoGood .0000 ....u...... WrIN DokNltt. I"IIA. VA .081. wr dpeClollr, .... 121 Mull.
Mahn. .U i,"ft,. and .". roN for prow calUl. Urau, School to E. Highland La.I.nd Ltd.... I III' WILL VRAtH> lI.u... IB lilnUnJr 1100 .N 1400 dawn .h'plo ReoLbr
motes kuilnaia, bon irallarNo I Auburndili, for land or nun. ONdjOadistal, Nb.eT90m10hN1. BY OWNER elfin, and naatthraa
ar
12 NOIiNANDY. .ad. &I1roo and look for 61CVRRAL
.in. A : ton ooed ...1.; .. 1-D.N VhN
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.. yailrktloiia. loratrd katwnn north Rlibway' 01 to LakiBraaaa Ire property ar bur tour allt bedroom homa Rawlyhet
d07. Nnrm.ndr. rl. two lUMItrUlom KIMO* t .kHillmin Molal. I Ban wail anDauihtry d.n"lII InMme prop.rtled tor dUd. in land or eouotrr .......,t,. BMR Oood tirmi ta auallliidiiiroliaarr '
m.MOM.. .7I..eo. Curt n. BOB IM, fort ex- Moid t 0 proparty.Othay Owner. .. -+ e..0,. or R. L. 0...." dtDoky BOUTHBIDB NIW. Trod rauoultr Will trada Phona 111
N/1r. eN a031. ..1.. and Rial.ir T b r.0 Mdroomi that : ,
dap. oho non lou ...11._'.. / Aulo Dirty 1134 ail-lini. tin0024U60 !
LOTS EVERYWHERE ...-. rill taka twin kadi Waikmi dif
1011 tail Man .1, Phooi
Mi WEST SECOND ST,1960'1: ON !bout rlorldo CB Duplex Cottage MU a.||3iFlircal t.ne. ikopplni and alanintarfKkoBl BUY* lhrr. bidroam krlrkloma
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:7.tLart. .
hrta kadroom for raal t* da.akla bO HLhwN, 070 L. J. HARBOURftUWrad HALF AND ACRE TRACTSIN aoroai itraat fra. louUi. wllhaixt .in-li n kllnoiaio Including/
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liaraatiid
Manila far bunks lou. near Maduilaat WILa. TII.ADa wuor III two b.droom. writ Junior Hun weal Wlndiotroll Waadlaad -oa. or -
IM par BUM* .jao To..... oordon wkrlmMotor Baal Batata BroHir THE HIGHLANDS $1195 Residence And end both While Clb Port off Benin Unoaln A.l- eljl.THAtt. Air Condition
840 DRIFTWOOD DR. priona MU a-i1N, tn- Cl hem.or kouaround .. I. or IIU' Open yonder afiornocn. alo APARTMItNTB .n turaU11N .
rN> bedroom two both maionrilva DI.... ext..OTOI.PIVK GEORGE BURT. Associate. UP. LARGE LOTS ON Ukiland Wllhln two br appointment. mom III. MpanN apt ranch All t
MARION ST. OFF W ME Trailer maw af Indian 1\1,,,. Paitmmianlr Bolo 1I' .JJ8I. tn load. aondltlon LariMraani ..
m. for a Owner UanifirrHwin : ACRI hlth and derwe 010-111] ar ....111. Space .
UBMI .to mod uniataka bedroom. .....,. kauia. hardraad I MORTAL BLVD. $1250. IM rear.nor td. month 10 ,Br Im awnarLrila thanovrB TWO BEDROOM: ..m.. Wiat droo.NmpldNlr >.d parch. Laria earner SAVE
n< BMB. BuBday tram two la pond. Irrliauon famadndwiaao. Pntlf tot lI6'ol l6'. Dup1eR' d'x I u r p I a b ad. II100"mrrni at. Doubt iraaa 401 MoriVirmont .
m. .. ...._. Flint City. TWO ON SAVANNAH. SKY ]4.. t.. I bedroom unlui ..- ;nr. 1501 Colnni HoiiUl 7>Wllkr-r a-211, Blr Plant.... 97 L. Cochran .'_1. ........ La..I.... Flon ,. $1300
na-1711G. 3 HIGH 1neUw Ndroom rollde pod Id.
1025 CRESTVIEWAVE. LINE ACRES. $900 EACH. aria main rMdtnra, 41'.J7". Alan IAUE OR tradi, ranch lets Ibodraom AUBURNOALB toY ara parmi LAKt 01BIJON teNIN MrNpMroom .
CLASS HOMESITES 00. the proparty u a nlca iior lunurr homo an macroi duet liD rapt, bur thii noun
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MONTROSE Pbr/do roo"
SHADED ONE ON Lo IIIUI.
rw bNroom homd with lade HIGHWAY I aN bulldlni. and ..... for traler Cantral haatlnt and ..IroondIU..I.a Na clailni .0.... Flvi room CB patio. 100 t1 d0' 101. doubld rkr. \
with til kllchin ill Clartu
1. West Belvedere 65'xMO 1200. TWO ON Van ran move your tnllertali sleep rork well. eenU kl h/et dM .Ir Npd1Uoe1n0. KERLEY
port
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cad
faN Will taut 10. 000moetn. PROPERTY nn praplrty, than opt b.&to r aka .'a.. Far Lakaland raudrn.tlal. Road WO 9 71J. b.II.-ln and er. ,
Drlro. b1 IUI4 can wNum KEW CIRCLE $800 EACH. r.nte
'N.sselle. $1,000. th.D lot .n tour I..m.ntLo aomntr'rolal prows ar b talno ,. '. aisle I woiuia Bid 1100 dowataka PONTIAC
OWNER MU 3.3012 MU u. dhow you Zhu. JA.oII8..t .l. U.I.000 p.l.n... Wul pamiiiiu af 1191II par
w... II. -. .... .t-IOO tdotoA 2. owner. p.t 1, Ban IX TavkraiFlorida LIKE TO SELLA meam up inrludlni Iniutinci ant
& Sons Inc Sylvester Road and Sims W idi.TraiN-Tiwn
Ihd hlrhwar. 900wt two. dIprN M107.I4S H. W. STOCKARD "a.... Cill eveOt7.CLAte1F1eD .
luildinai Ideal for lar lot Place overlooking Sylvester '
1 .. n.. MU :.a13] o. any huriwiy builnoH, For 'I DISPLAY
.ulrk, ..... Frlaa/ radurrd from Shores. Large cor- Bmlnesi ProptrtyTAMPA REALTOR BICYCLE?
Want To Root Misc.WJx10 HOTEL BARGAIN I .
0 111 ooo t* 111000 Euillenttormi HIGHWAY tlO 1 o23'
ner lot. 100'xllG" itI.&ott I
A tt modern' Froporlr Ilka Uila IB bard Only Owner wanta offir John Brrn* rVrd WWr r Now' the time I And MU --- --'
M find-* Hitrryll $4500. run Mailer' 134 Woo Milk tRC8IDKNTIAL Coma In and Ma victim and tel
d. Mist er lave wIM puwRop. r Jim Pollard JrBok "full detain. 14 roomi. II ..... 14baUii e-llil is the number to

I Clhrk Matr, ONDXD .H. L (Shorty) Palmer 3. Lakeland Highlands, near lota, alley COMMIR all 1 ...C..1. A MiRudy LIndwUlal I WllllamilAuburndnli, WO ,...aaolO. or olflea. nilauranl roomi on and around iln floor..... call for a Classified ad-

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Clmmirmann J
Roilwr >- LMLA B Mimorla Fiord
Roaltor 1131
6V tRAL oll.recllyo. d CN-I71I Don w. Piyna. .
104 Boutn """. AOOBUIFhana old Kentucky home. Fine Blvd eu"10'. 117 a. Florid Are MU l-llll KeilloraOTSt writer.CLASalPltO.
tin hew reeldrhu. A, (lit MalB, MU f I4IJ.CLAMIFIKD f
MU 1 1171 Branch Offlci
CLEANUP
xRaa home
et1.31j7.CLA under
Motor. constructionon
row. MU ...JIO 1131 t. Oliandar MU I" 1I1 "

OIFIID IeKAY (Htit ta .. 'I.... A... Fk. tat) adjacent lot. 20 full LOOKING FOR ... .._DlaIiLAY ... ,. _....DISPLAY'

bearing marsh seedless GOOD INVESTMENT?
701 N. NIW York A.a-Clou III.I. .
grapefruit and Valencia land 14 room homa on corner
I HOME SITE Wa hara an Idaal IIU for a lot 111 HUB. plinty al narkinaicomi WE IIVY
oranges. Approximately Mabll Roma Park and Uii plan about I1JO month not
Nt for divrlapini 0...,'i diatliloroii IMIYdmb o.n.n .p.rI..n, SELL AND TRADE
Let lOO'lIIB. koaullful trial. 4 acre In tract. Paving
..!.. Call Prlta 110.001. II DO* down kal.Ilka ,
ktraam an two aldia Vnlaua. land on two sides. Price $3- decd rent IN.SIMWMtaldl. .
aplni poiMbllllle Oppotit 6-0-0.D
241. .....I..b.... prlcN ..000 000. TEDTOWSON 1101 Lanlar 4 CB
USED TRUCKS 'Your Ntbd. .011. '.'....0. Iflelancy avartminla. all arcuplad
I M011or Total rinUli. IJOO monthAIM ; USED 1UUMTUUE
Terms if desired the
I" on I
AND TRACTORS MV01x0 'U.. r1k. b. 4 room and barn CB AomawYplM

CO INCIISH ..... Van.Vary : three above properties.R. kr Owner. CiMi attar 01mi
. vToaown .lt7rasr: Bt1\ ., arraBiad M rallakla party,
' cl.... Rpair ...4 146 F. Craves Rancbow ttL: !1N-L
HUB burr* with ..aa tanpanaiva ,,., .j I WARNOCK FURNITUREAND
Ida. .dlooy ltMt, ..... B. (Bob) McKinney
Cluilflad, ad. Dial MOW ACHE droveN t rear
tI.... A .rwr a $795 Realtor old 411 valanrla' 1110 planapltriaa. .: DON W. PAYNE CXCHANGII0a '

59 CHIVROLIT j. tan ..-ljl. tadal 4* roach ""I 308 So. Kentucky MU 3.1102 Near. Brbrlni Only 110. .000 Contart. rood L tirmi"Konikalt ,. Klltof &..NLAao'ltt I. Mamorlal APfllANCI.1.| .. Pk-nc MU 1-2321 / E
plckyp. Now M1"'. Oieka Kaaiiy Branak Of. B Mop Nil H4IJ

ONLY $193 CL..IIP.D QI..LA" I CLAe.IPI80 D'"LA" fIN. phom Mbrlht IIV 0.0797.RouN to'
'SI INTERNATIONAL Vi II I. Bot ild.OROV ___ /LAee1F/tD. _OI..L" r

r.n kkr... C...... .....U,....n.aAROAIN... to 7 10 rnn Nnd 01. '
A-) CBB...itlan.. On '' HAROLD wlln food hauaa. food Incatla EVERY CAR WILL
wnar $745 Norm af Lakaland. Call MilrolrarhontM
CRAWFORD i..nlna.. lie.7..11 with ii
INTERNATIONAL 122 Burt Rodyrri. Plialtor ...- 11lBEVEN _

Matra V... lEtallanf. r..ackanlcal : ACRE aaad. firm land. ?

)495 .t Hw-rala1. '._11'. Bmlt. Mailawrad krokarFROSTPROOF !
>r exa-0199.
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WtpjBtoro enethnJO tw riiimany I

to ....,. fromCUILIUN fr>andi frlana'ly I

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INTERNATIONALTRUCK 10 Acraa. III lI..n.." OP. ma.luradl -LIGHT- -MIDIUMHIAYY I
Ifl Val. irllur.d. 343Val.
HAROLD FUSSELL INC. younl Pried 117.too. If
& TRACTOR
Dowp. NMOent Nrma en .I.nrt FORD TRUCKS-
2115 Dad City Hwc. Call 11m rewNk with, T. ATuekdt. I
PhBua MU 2.4IITIParmwrlv 411 N. Florida Avt. Ph. MU 2-7113 J.. MpINr Ne.'11:1.CLAUpaD : .

Pranrtlay.tlfcvtl D'.LA" For Outstanding Reliability DurabilityAnd

'' IIIIIII'IIIIII.I.I.ITHE

: Service Go Fordll! !

SEE 'EM DRIVE 'EM!

COMPACT ECONOMY KING WITH NEW BEAUTY
"Your Chance to buy a car at a

... BARGAINS '
price you can afford to pay.


59 RAMBLER S... Wagon, Stick, 6Cyl.,


1964 RAMBLER AMERICAN E LIGHT I One OY.r Own.DI", . . $550

If59 CHEVROLET 1 ten, utility body ..................... $ 995 "
58 FORD Sto. Wagon 4 Dr. 6" Cyl..
1958 DODGE PANEL, N.w paint, goal] tire ........ $ 395 I
Auto. Trans., Air

2 1961 FORD fconollne Van, nol gold, looks good ................................... $1195 liaised Condi5450

All New Styling Room For Six 1961 CHEVROLET Corvin, ".."dltlall.eI, new paint ...... $1095 55 OLDS 4 Dr. Hardtop Power Brakei,

1954 DODGE Vi ton picky?. Runs good, looks rough .... $ 115 I Radio & Hoofer, Auto. $QCrtTrans.

1955 FORD /4 ton, stake body, good condition ..............$ 495 One-Owner daJiilW

1960 FORD V'a Ton Pickup. A.tomctlc tran.mls.loit pulntid ... $1095 55 CHEVROLET "210" Sto. Wagon, Ra-

...r.'r 1961 FORD Kaitchiro, top shape, looks SHARP .....$1095 din & Heater, V-8, Auto. Trans.,

\ On -Owner $ C Cf\

MEDIUMS Drive) This One . DDIJ


rSTANDARD 1959 FORD C-400, Tandem axle. 22' flat body. Real good .... $1195 57 CHRYSLER Windier 4-Door Sedan

1957 FORD F-500, long wh..I....; palntid .. .. ........$ 195 Power Steering 6 Brakes, $650
Radio y Heator One-Ownar.
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1951 INTERNATIONAL A170, top condition. 14' stoke ......$1695
59 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. Belv. Radio & Heatar -

., w a. .r .It' ., .r ., ., 4 V-8, Auto. Trans.,
690

1 DUMP SPECIALS kk N.w Paint .

59 OLDS Super 88" 4 Dr. Hardtop,

-- -. _.... _...- _.. 1960 FORD F-600, 3 yard dirt body. Top condltlin ..........$1695 1 "Loadod" Plus Air Condi- $OClStioned

Nlcet I . 73U
r .tat. r .rJW'.EP s '' s .EV ..P 'rr r .A: I

EQUIfMINTs 57 CHEVROLET Eiel-Air 4 Dr. Sedan, V-8,

SPECIAL PRICE! TRACTORS TRAILERS Auto. Trans., "Power All The W..," I
Twa front arm raitl
and Air Conditioned, $OQQ

Two IHH vrian 1961 FORD 1-iSO, real good, Row Hrs ...........$1995 Ono Owner 7OO

__ Oil flirty' ONE WEEK 1958 FORD F850 now paint, bargain .v...........,.................... $2195 I '60 CHEVROLET Bel-Air I 2 Dr. Sedan, 6

2 inch raam. rahtor. fraa ...! 1961 FORD FIOOO, top condition .........................?....?...-..?............... $5000 Cyl. Auto. Trans., Radio 6 Heater

Dwl Iw.dN. srlinlwr 1951 INTERNATIONAL R-115, 450 engine' .................$ 995 I and it Air $

: 1957 GMC 550 ...... ...............$ 750 IU.fU
Daan dip may PreoNne Conditioned . . .
1959 WHITE 9,000 top condition .. .. ...... ......$2800 '
c... arMra4 m rflar **i 6% RAMBLER 2-Dr. Clastic, 6 Cyl., Stick,
tail NN 1959 CHEVROLET 70 air, rocondltfinod angina .... $ 995

Sail adiy>Hi.o .raU ONLY $17 9 5 .... 1956 WHITE WC 22 ....... ..................... $ 500 I One-Owner Hector Reclining. .Sats. ., $1 17 CQC 77W

1962 FORD FI50, like now ... ...............$5995
4.000 mild all ck.n|*
91,000 .11. lykricarto 1956 GMC Dloiel, real bargain ... ............ $ 195 rfevo Atony Mare Choice, C/eait/ Can

1958 MACK ..61. complete recondition ........,......$6500 7* Choose From S.. '

Creed lid wUdavi 1956 DIAMOND T (tilt cab) Cummings 220 ..... $5000

1958 DIAMOND T (tilt cob) Cummings 220 ................. $6500 Mike Cli.mk.n, D.vl4, ....w. luirlci Horn,

At Your natnbler Dealers In Lakeland 1960 MACK H67 .... .. .. ....................................$7500 I Ip H.rU CrswhrArt Ikarly, Frad ia Walkar
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v PAUL NAYLOR MOTORS TRUCK TOWN' 1, HAROLD f FUSSELL



(DIVISION OF LAKELAND FORD) (Ortr 22 ,.." of Dipmrfokle, Gill%" Stnltt)

1034 EAST MAIN ST. PHONE MU 2.0193
1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6.2159 I 411 N. Florida Av. 682.7113


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REAL 1* REAL ESTATE 1S3 H wwi SRI lt 153 oases For Salt 1 U Houses For-SelaSPECIALS r 153 HOUIII For Salt I S3 Hointi for Sale i53it..... for 5.1'- 153 Neuiei for Sale


1(: Howtti TS3 Moun For ;I. NEW LISTINGSBY OPEN!: HOUSEDRIFTWOOD 8 BRICK HOMESThese $4300 Small OWNER down SALE payment!

hlbhtt" TOR SALE:, Iwo bedroom CR OPEN HOUSE ..._.
two CH homo will ,
DRIVE for Medulla *
.. .. Rood' In
Porter
, L on 174 i mo' homo with smell Anwn .vmeht.Im2 BRICK i
SELECT ulllllr Rene roiruoroior
, 1 Inn Milk fchoal Belu.h K00a A..nu'iolIIn LAKE GIBSON contort room UI..e _'oom. ,u. loin :1 homo
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t OJMII .o4 t..... ..,- Lokr oo..n"u'.loh.d. nrorU. homes are ready for IMMEDIATE Includod in tale 5o5e. with rorporl sad. ullltlir on Snine
; WINSTON HEIGHTS
led old sue
awci DUE VA MANAGER ESTATES ,5111 new a lu.s bedrooms lib IK t eutru RH-MJ. tot owproMntoio'r lO'xl80'
:_ vN rlllcr" Iwo' bodroom home 251mtur 1110 bell", terramo llooro, fires monilirmrni
I OCCUPANCY .. ,. oon S
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I Sere 102. Nevlllr Av.one on* 1105011, .mole rabloetr Sr.... coil John Oookoios .In' Troniue MU
CLAItlPIID Earl
: $100 DOWN .Botoloe, throe _room.,, Iwo V.,. sllarh0d Isrosa ad uWIM Features Include 3 & 4 BR's, .7BM MU a7173CLAMIFICO .
or
100- .x II..U.- ,,,,,--rttoln. lied. beUu. Deeulllul tormlrliltahrn room, sdr l00dltlobed. Lane TODAYHomes HOWARD GILLE'ITERealtor
2 baths Florida and dining
rebineu with and ,
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end houwM .
Ilya. loom rottln' ., 0. .. Only (450 down and :Xrrmr LMLA
bnmM In ell loretionn rmrnu and Khrubberr Own wotrr .ro.am. As low $450 down
I.n3: Poll Pikon Nor rooms. as
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fan rintndniOrlv
Ion Drl\r 3 mIle e North Of M. low o aDO ..to. '60monl4ll. out Ltkulond: 'Hllli Bolll. DooUi In fomlly rues.... ro- boWN Phone 8824179II'
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UkrhadRMAI stop b> or oil UM... T R. Turk vad U ...... .'. Four, *o I4Ira ., from $12,500 to' W. Welout et *. norldo
.L' HOU"II:. 1331 Wml TIOUIHirst Pr Jr. Re.I1.r, MU t-7113. VA idrrpoM to Du.nirr Howl $14,000. Monthly payment;PAYMENT VA. LMLA. I
Nto, nHthlalhbod.moll and PIt" A.... Properly ".It..." lure loft to DririwoMl Drln 1431 Pe. Pl.-.wt INrta .
flown IIfWOI' Phono MU J-J.74 T-k. Oldr.. 311 n. ...., A., Stleomen 0" prtmiMt, .room.. 1I..lh room,, .10' from $68 per month plus CLAlllrrllD DISPLAY
oII,, O p m Laelod ini room kltchoo.. lorn florldi taxes and Insurance. 4% MORTGAGEThis
1"0"-.ALI: : hour block i PromO Fusselle & Sons Inc mom i 111'.3011 boouurul' ool
lloon. lots tttt bold su1Rploom 3 BR Said
nice Southslde
<11010'4' Two bedroom ornrrla ...... .
DRIVE OUT TODAY .
food 6U e. Fl.., NIJ a-6U3 i ond ollorhod IArlo
Ui-er Wine room Near Lake HollingsworthLow home Is clean and has
> Undocopd loto on SPOOF.Inrellan5 very /
1"100 0004030MViT West an Memorial Rind port sow' Kerley'sSpecials
Immodlolo
64 SELL U.vlnt" >lair, Con Down Payment _Ion I urmt..... tno koir. RH-a not- hub Mhoe! tone runt fork uWtutaa dining room and Florida
4drr ofler Cell or torn tor Htlialo KUooorrtlomee It
onr Room $13,000-
priced at
Town"I 1011 '"oon priv .,2.3..7 -Immediate Occupancy HABEL ?to a. Inirthom .AM,-ruont,, 1 din.
SPORTS IJ&O-OOWU81tiirrtir, ;:; bedroom. llvino room cllnltn I Make substantial down payment /'
bedroom CB ly belht. wood FOR moo DOWN THIN LOVtt.ya room kllchoo 551n.ocloeed, no and $57.13 mo. or low- .
loonellrnt. 1.re0 000011 10' n..r BRUHOOM. 11 RATH MOMS: CONSTRUCTION patch for utllltr room and olar MELRUDY
Florid room, boon and ; Couldn'tBe
"hoo' III'olp'n, Ri.Udr. .'. .Ioa. TAN HI VnUH TOO PPRFLCTSONS U0005t.uful' ook floor.. ooroot, ImmMll I er down payment $68,13per
/ 6u.naaBy'OWNPR : FOR NEWLV-WKDR OR JM2 S. Florida Ave. _pnttotRlon Prlro rod"cOd Uomiovog mo. RO1031. !
: Ihr.. ..rdtoommMtY A RETIRED rciJPLR DON'TM500 Kioellont lot ms. MMin LMLA REALTOR
THIS ONII RN-IJO 682-0621
homo /51,01 m n 813.
Air conditioner MORTGAGE BROKER COUNTRY LOTSBoth
condition
ei mludod Clevrlind HtlehU Melon fATOM PARK NRAR CANNING Vimobulo .1.-.II'ul. IbMlroomi. 1527 E. Memorial
but. Welklno dl ,r.nre PLANT 3 BRDBOOM FOAMS livlni. room, kllohen Blvd. I 55
Ne PRESENTSFurnished
er SOUTH t NORTH of ..
HOUBB SMALL DOWN PAY. .. dial 686-4107 time y. I
r Mhool hopioin00001(4' PlionvBY MONT MONTHLY PAYMENT and dlmnlord III. bout oil any It ItMoon... an.- ,
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686..0&0 ondlllonrr rHrtiorotor. olpolrlc city Some have large .I.no/
KENT RO-10U .
LOW Kit THAN ModelsOn here 5100. .vonttlon.uubly blind.rsom Sill dr.MorueIsar. .... CITRUS TREES, others Done
\, OWNER TO INSPrCT THIWS PROPIIR- 50d workohoLa..... 0055.
have OAKS & PINES -
I. I..vrir 2 bedroom country homr.umphed TIN CALL NON WAL1KR Display tl/UU l.ndwoe.d 101. Noo EY.thin. ..,- $50 PER MONTH
5004113HENRY
/ ellutd 0" J loll'. You\I hero 10 ses Ills tororesll1. Sites range from acre to WE DID IT)
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lot am0na largo o.k sod lofts.lrrol I firs homs orl..dIIr
110010 o.nd oft..t. .U "The CONTINENTAL""The below 11000000 5'0111,511105(4105 3 h.m\1 bedroom troll, homer' 4 ACRES In size Price
,.11' ; rcn0nfenrl0 Inrludln Ilreurowr5on )J. LEWIS ...II.bl.. 110-1080. bo fold ImmidlotolTNo average (1,500 Water-
I Neu ".w Llemeb11rVOhool : TREND HOUSE"at .U.II'y'n. no cloiloc ...,. no
.orr' .nd boo Ror..In. .at.... Minimum. down. vovmrn front sites $2.500 to $3. 57
/ ,1 Iorm', 11000 orron..d, Dooo Contact Plemnt' .Olcnn end &SONREALTORS 3244 Polk Ave. II. L. (Shorty) Palmer and..roil. Mond tno..,IB throuih...'In'orm.llon'oho. Priaor t'500 with LOW down payments PONTIAC I Your Choice
Pftltor LMLA 1410.
V rind I LMLA 204 Bouih 1>nn. A5.051Phan. Northside and 01.0 CAIN .._..
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MU 1-3063 203 S. Florida Ave. Iuod00 I". woo.d... 14 ,. MU i-1171 MU 2-2283 Southslde locations. .v..... .uto.. ,.d..,.
I Cloood WtdnodlrStop RC. MU 0.5320t0e05 .t..o.w.,... ..... $99
_CLA.rp DItILAVru. to I. Toss A... Pk. tot Of'

iiI ... .. :..-.m .NN FOR SALE by to lee these SCOTT KELLYRealtor dltl.$345I

-.1//3 bedroom o.rtl.ll, tumNhrd ca beautiful model homes by CUTE AS A BUG I
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homo Ju'l oU\lld. 0/ Clip
Lakeland'i most discriminating i- OPEN TODAY LMLA I Pontiac 2-Deer
e e Ayr Oil lile eolrenlr5100 includ- 51
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UI In. lira protection Jllounlrd builder! 213 S. Tennessee Ave. Sdan Runt swell
A -
Irons ond rear porrhro ottorhvdiinil JTJ8T OrF LAOS MORTON. This' Weak Only"
nlrfl ImdiopMI, vllhimnoui WALK: I N O DIHTANCt TO MU 2.5195 I
TERRACE '
fi I," ihrubi sod plonuIrvlr NO MONEY DOWN BOGER TOWN HHUFTLEBOARD AND 62 '54 .Sot. 4-Dear
povM otrral Rorrlllro ot
: CHOHCHM VERY NICK CB TWO Bob Shore MU 2.5027 *
11,000 for ImmodUto .1. C.0toil BEDROOM MOMS WITH rLOR. PONTIAC8Ksrf' S.dsn-A-OK,

0 RADESfotm /I;: Oleno BtondtMO 1-3051 ON YOUR LOTI "South Off Young Place" IDA DBAb.ROOM BkTIREMENT IN TOP: CONDITION.HOMB.rVtNINO LI1134 :JImmy Lawhon MU 6-6575 I sr."XL. '55 Mercury 4 DoorSodasOrbs d

Paul St. Clair MU 8-3898
DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
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NEW HOMES! CALL PFACKNET Jim Blackwood MU 2-6716 :,r,;J'oVLMr; : .nJ
MU .498i .... '57 BUICK


::j ALL: DELUXE, MULTI-BATH ROY STIllE IT'S GOTTA GO! $2300 4.0.0r H,410pOnl

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: HOMES IN BRICK AND A soil kept 1 bedroom homo. 1oth. $245."A .
NEW M. P. TomlinsonCO. norldo, Room elk floor.
I BLOCK KIDS WALK TO ItIIALTOI\: UCLA I oor torooo, otovo, air conallonor '59 BUICK
I \ I DANDY"H"'s
323 FLORIDA UB. .e.3141 ( dropto vonetlon blind.
.....
: 11t..I. Ftnrod polio neorMhool
Factory BOTH SOUTHWEST
: pod ......... Frlw ndurndI ;:Issirs .._
I ooo Own.r ripe BLLI: CM H...._. 4 was
'I Fresh -8 Your Coelill.c-O'I.V.h.;// / Deulr f SCHOOLS AND 832 W. ARIANA KN-1011. .._. L...... rod.
air ..ndlli.......
Ofloro th... flies uoliry trodo-Uo for SOUTHGATE SHOPPING rr iron Sad Ilko the plmlf oontrntonco of room of.In Dl thiord ..- JUST YOUR SIZE Some More
your contldorotlon. All of tno con our rlond School, thll It too oneWr.t $1195
( told with" S ono full (poor Guoronlood lot 119ftdroomi '. 141... rio.. So.ulllul 3 bedroom, I both '55 OLDS HARDTOP
E Wononty, out ore ...... ty the Miotnix. be DOlnLm.nt home. Controllr hoalod with Air I.I I.
RN-N2 CbndiUohln51010 .1. llvino I See it!It! $)95
>tno 214 NORMANDY ST. r..r'-N. wo ohow you BL* '
\ REALTOR TIt... bedroom masonry horn I134-R. I: 58 Ford "Cenvtrtible"Now
MORTGAGE BROKER ".or kokolond Hlllo Boulovord, Inood 59PONTIAC roo.-
rendition HM four perrnt
= 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. .' 01 more..... Lot ui shoo SHE'S' DONE WITH IT Only $395
raY Dili turnl.hed homo. RO-10J3 /
dial 686-4107 any time A dollihtful I bedroom homi. D.oq C.O.lln. '
t:., 59 BUICKCONVERTIBLE
.:
'64 CHRYSLER N.w,.." H.,. BARTOW ROADACREAGE AU furnlthod and rood la novo .. 5M. ,.lron.ml0 .
I rod d1Mles
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lop CD.'.. AutomotK Into Near hoipltol and cllnlr .
Dri.. kr T30 sums VUU and
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rodio, h
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.. PISS torn land on Borlov Rod roU uo-Ito u iimplo oo thot Dries I It .w.,
powor itoorinf, pow- NO DOWN PAYMENTa near It Ion Pork TAN .u s coed CL-1133-H. $795
.r ....... $1795 nvnlment for futuro profit. CM- $695

/ $1995: '62 CADILLAC 6 window your .lot 5755.COLORED HOME PHONE '58 PLYMOUTH

/ Modl.m Stdon.DoVlllo. (1195 ALL BRICK HOMES xrtllent: flvo room nownrr homo Omer B. Maphis MU 6-2454 $torion wo.oe
.t 1131 Wnt Bovonlh. Its..t Larry Heath MU 2-8500 W* hv. ....iiy moreoneowner $595
'62 CADILLAC 4 WladowSodas 0.1 (lloor two brdroontl Prlrlonlr
= $99 DOWN OR TRADE : O79S I t. II 000 with 'JOO down, Galen Hauger MU 3-1358 c I r t t e
$56.36 bslan. Obi JO Per month plutKM boas* ".."' All Cars 0. Our
.nd mturinco. 50.1001.REYNOLDS OFFICE 68261.f7HAUGER
4. 61 OLDSMOBILt Pot lIIonUa "Stop in Allytl", ." Lot Art Price
,
'" C.tI,.* $1191 RD. LOTS
Auto-
\ 61 VALIANT 4-Door.
$995 Bmtll down poymrnt on our lotItonir .. Loroo btilldlni. loto. loclted cor.rr Rood Te Stll.
Jvif Dew Ti(
I mo tic transmission, radio 61 CADILLAC Convertible. $1791 mod.lt now under oonoUucuon of Hnnoldt iu>od and Cr,.- REALTY
.... Liko Rood Will Mil on tormt,, A Pins At
'61 CADILLAC Pork At.. .r will eulld to oult. ....It., LMLA.. HAROLDFUSSELL
= 61 CORVAIR Monia IK B, Or lot. .
$1095.Coup. Sodon DoV.llo* 917915269J \ IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION "lop IIh.. Woo ol ttio Owl" 1)11 Eeit Main St.
.. Extra clean Fusselle & Sons Inc.MU
'62 OLDSMOBILI 98 YOU'LL HMO _
: '62 MONiA Coupe. Rod1s : ,-*4-D.* CO., i-iui oil e. Fla.I Wl INC.
$14'9"5' INC. M. (vono MU a-HOO KERLEY'SLITTLE
and heater . "61 CADILLAC. C...,.* 91195 1 411 Bo. F*. At*. Bull WUIIomoWimfrod 1EDGERADS I 411 N. Florida Ave.

61 CADILLAC 61 Sodon* 93195 el'.1111 690-5438 O.nn MTJ 1-2861 RED BARN
:: '62 MONZA 4 speed. Ra.dio MU 2-7113
$1495 d '60 CADILLAC Coup DoVill $2595 CLAISIFIID DISPLAY CLASaiFIKD DISPLAY CLAasIFIED DISPLAY
and heater . .
-I '60 MERCEDES IZOS* $1995

'63 CHEVY II Nova
Super
$1995 '60 CHEVROLET Impolo.
Sport. Air conditioned. 9I 4-Door Hardtop 9M95

I : '63 OLDSMOBILE F-85, V-8 oir conditioned '60 FORD V-l Counrry CHRYSLER'S ECONOMY CAR
automatic Sidon Station Wojen* $1295

trontmitiion . $2395 '60 PLYMOUTH fury
Hardtop Coup $1 0959M95

'61 CADILLAC Convertible. 61 MERCURY Monterey

Wrapping i 4-Door* .
N paperCHEVROLET $2695 U SIMCA 1000
n mew . '60 RENAULT Douphln $ 495

59 CADILLAC SodonDtV.llo
8. '60 Impola $1295 0 92095

Door Hardtop 59 CADILLAC Sodon* $1195

59 OLDSMOBILE 91 Holiday FIRST TIME OFFERED ON ANY IMPORT! !
57 CHEVROLET Convertible. Air condi- 1 Sxton. Loodod. $1295

II tioned. Absolutely a 59 OLDSMOBILE II 4-Door
8 perfect automobile $895. Hordlop. Powor .....,111,
OR MILE WARRANTY
and ...ke. 91095 5 YEAR 50,000

S '61 CHEVROLET Convertible. Full pow 59 CHEVROLET V.,
er.One Pirkwood Sf*. W..on* $1295

: owner . $$16Q5 E 59 FORD FIDO .j.ku.-.
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V.I, Automol.e. Tr.n.. $995

'62 FORD Galaxie Hardtop. Full power. S '59 CHEVROLET Impolo
4-Door. V-l* 91095

= best Ford's. very. . . $ 695 = 59 OPEL Stotlon Won 9 >95 E I"r.yl

'51 CHEVROLET V-I

'60 STUDEBAKER Lark. 6 cylinder, ou- 4-Door* $ 995

tomotic tronimiition. Avery '51 FORD Country Sodas. 9 are 4R''L""'
H practical automobile/$695 '....,..' Stotton Wagon 9 695

'51 MERCURY Monl...,
''1'.1.1 Ch.r.. INTO t0(44. Tab 595
-w Hardtop Coup. 9

'57 CADILLAC Sod**. Full
p....' (795

'57 IMPERIAL 4-Door. Full

po...r $695
1 f
'56 CADILLAC 4-Dr. Sidon.* -
Spoc.ol $195
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'56 CADILLAC Cob DoVill $ 595 STANDARD EQUIPMENT
1 BANK FINANCING
'56 OLDSMOBILE 91 C.lu.o
Th* following! itmt-optionol ot e.tr* colton
Holiday Sodon 9 595
mar other anon otndor4 on the
'5$ OLDSMOBILI Holiday 51 MeA 1000

liMMEDI/VTl PELiVERYE Coup. 9 495 1. Hooter/e'efrofter PRICED AT $
*IAir Canditionod Carol
I .Wlndihild ,..:...
I II Sr..lc* tocordi *r. vilibl. on "many J. Ilotlri wlndihlelJ. wI,... 15 9 5
.f thus cr.. a4 they wore ttd IJ ui by topoot_ c..t.-....... So, y 00 con 4.Vinyl hlitry cad day pads'

J loo-t'. |uit good common Unto t* S. Vinyl roof lmr
BUY YOUR USED CAR FROM AN
,. Dlroctionel >i,nll.Rubber
AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DIALER
1 ; 1If with uoliry .quipmat.nd tocilitioit 7. bumper |ur1t

I .... core ol your invoirmenr .. .
lint.
I.Twin : And As Little I As

PlAY IT SAFE BUY FROM YOUR .. plat* brotkeH (front and reor)

I NEW CAR DEALER 10. It.., liccni* plot light

11. Anti-flare ,.".1

I GO TO THE 12. Inetrym**! pond lofety pod

I ; "LOT OF CARS"M. 1 J. '......lIont oil filter $1 0000 DOWN 0,

14. Cruiter-rypo/ bucket **.t. (

15. Arm reirtyerything

1 I P. TomlinsonCO. ( ctuelfy, eu pf wftifeweKt and CASH OR TRADE

radial'

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Value for ever 23 Ytoril"
I 1 I' ( 1 1 PAUL NAYLOR MOTORS
938 E. MAIN MU 2-7173


1034 East Main Street Lakeland Ph. MU 2.0193

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H.II... ,., S.lt 1 151 H...... far Sole 151 HOVSM rr Mt 15J i Houses for Sale 153 Hewitt. ?* Sola 1 53' ...... rW UU 1S3 Noses Far Sale ., REAl ESTATES 1* REAl STATE

..eras far (alt lit H..... i far tale
OWNER Sa.UNG COUNTRY LIVINQ QUESTION I RETIREMENT SPECIAl I WHY WISII LET'S COOK OUT I

'n'aIttP. mod C1I eibeno M I .....I TV* muok toctUionout .....tnd 150. .pew bM b Unv* bMlraMtMm "Mellow Modern"rVonk Would ... ntw M mok out totout FIVE BEDROOM BRICK
Ps00lM1o. Iwadp to D rra bow SIM lot iMWI rofnrdMM M wonttiorr woo RANCHERO
$600 DOWNNO Mutt 5R. N 00Dnoyy mows, Pr1.0 I. in room IhU ban.3 bodroom sod Morton Five room masonry home, MTiMflt sads1 pair .1 I'. ml mr Inmrrol poita HIM /a ..... "icf ioin honor: .n..1 HMT*--*IeOt rorrtol woWwr*, 1>w..
...100. fill...,. OB rtiodod lot IlOuUtildt wr month rM oat buy HM .... Mot lit.... 3 wMronno sod nod Inn. r rmt and
., wrorr bio mrpwr
__. to .. 5 tilth 510 drS s
io w> tbo shoe l bl ul.ir aem.nd
I blocks
.. AnUgu brld only three from Florida .... _... .; > .
CLOSING COST n thu, bloat and .. too
J 2"" JX /,*.**. at born, Item.\; bxawood noon mod ooni boowoni. luwo. Iaforw>oJIRBAk .. "" A-l. Sett w111050.RETIREMENT ROo '_A al10015r lit 551. iorw i> now Imt mwdo. Iwr
100. *1*.">*t ""ll' ... loot win individual loom Avenue and Super markets rMdr M mow Into Only sam' MwUr nrou. wWlrnUlwwwUior efo>i fonood. Corral aoa_. lore fonllr tat IW Has'. Ckvo
drastically; reduced .- .... total brtc* KO106O.WHY .Hw t. M. ] 011011
b.IMs to tow. sod
lilt riot. 10,00. worth u mooe.. n> eonlroUrt Boot at ill .
three bedroom CB Pothlei or.t. 1 In ll hl MO-1O87. uwI and within walking dis BOTHER .... ..... ot punbooo kr* *MOPM HOME Or'10.1o:: ilnrti-w.-':::' I 0,41001. Ownit. wla eefrle.t too.e55001a

home. 1ft tance of downtown. Twclarge I With Knt IwoMDtat To* tu lows w n ouuifud bwror and Won lot S bMlroom how .100, KltrOM KW of1et.NEAR
bath large SEE THIS LEONARD ..
RABIN bedrooms u>u two bdroo. bano m UM prloo lo lou (.. rM' think.alrllosIt. ,..*. tot Hu nrpon HM SBiMbionk I .m otitti .(!Mar.u-j. HOSPITAL
living room, MO wltb living mr wanmr lot ...., bM {rem worwn M mr I't1oe tr.. m* dlnlni.
cypress loam m mod bom, ...I"'lr, M Realtor LMLA room Florida room and attractive nod U tWMOt. 'Nh..., 10 borrow ..... W wMl 111* Wort ISIS' Ir.m '"'. ... AOtr.eM75 '.. 10.100 552
paneled Florida room, iwto m to b. not M... =..". Drl.* and M wnirMiMit U RN.I_. 775-0505. 011. In50.. wad WfIIt'
kitchen with built in 1031 E. Lima St. hitches Let w' ....-.U. twin **t ohopplnw, UI., Tastefully 0,1.1 si.N1dt....
WANT TO BUILD? call 882- I09 show you 345 V Cannon St, 0.00000 nmra sum M .... wMt 200 ACRES MET CLUB 01500 be UdoDN wr+

Frlgidalre appliancei til tM Ord sorer LO.torso. RO-I061. to.n*, Fuo IUM iWMiiur wi* our ndwowtwnir bmuROI03S. ooo load. OIIIUAIO. lor wrowmi 1' 1 *****. W* >">** '* OMawerd 814 OSCEOA1AK8
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Well landscaped, PO PamperedoU or=m = M #4 bitor.I .1 .. .. CUr. Prloot ti, d.b d....... I f1rw ro I MORTON AREA
for >
fenced !
In back yard. cut rLEONARD., Ptnw.-100/040 .50.051. / ...
Real Country Living George Stewart MU 2-0433 b.0. on s I.... ask oluulod lot 001010, 5(1005 %i 1.oko ,... wMtwom rrwino twbw ",Witw.
Fruit tree. Only one fire Don Sutton MU I-V5S2 IB act_..... tOM ronocio oooIOAI _'".... x00.-1.76-8. wrtr Mo Own* will oollhowio
block from elementary Ii> Bill imaforUblo I VtdroomIM RABIN VKTO nod Imor _.... Mmouptu ,,_.,... with MTto f IW I Into.or .
SETH McKEEL MU bomo with Inset tad < school and proposednew loronMd poreD, etrport sod eiuiutrow A. F. PICKARD Prslte5 aM {.MLA I bMlui ounioM double 510 J. C. BYRD 1111.*. bro S-II1. nr *i f "'". Sow**her .let ION
MULTOR LMLAI'll. -Onlr loo down mad sow 1021 4 tom. II 100 51x5 01........
Junior high FHA or will bold .01... for :at r.on Coil 552.4100 TMOI Irrltolod 7504 e5r0He1Mlrblood Realtor'
MO S-ollJ Its ../...o* St. ..o0oi1.., ...,. LH w onowro REALTOR LMLA In low" '" MO-IOM. iSlJlAN PLANT CITY
commitment or assume. ko-im. I Dross r.f- Cwnur *U- 17I I REALTY
300 S. Florida Avenue foe P. Bridges UIIt *_ and wbowl bee a
2317'CROSBY STREETNO I Cleveland Hgts. t *. tree:=i5 _'11M ....._ tiwnfll. ror "........,.. ,... bo*.
BY OWNER On North Side Of Phone MU 4-2193 _It J. 0, *.. MO_ ...-_ .M3.JoIO room bens fa MorrtU rb.dor o.
05,5 I. 510,105
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PATIO SWIMMING 1M but .. a"'..if int.Mroomi. --- I 5511 Mb Ia a tole Sad tiNM
POOL SCREENED omorolo diolnt room, A MODEL HOME IT MliKMrliood. 1 kodrooow, 0Yrprlel00lr -. 76Wllsnblorwo Ave. E. LEAHY
cmr TAXES nd q5i Um 0.... nil oonor oommodlowwnlm 0105510. GOQD BUY I
*!* hoot hem* .to Boob tlo I EXCELLENT VALUES prouctM 11.155 ........ I 555550. 5-5515 Dena. L70, llMlhstTIO
171'1100' lot ... one llvoblo. .l. otothrM .... MO' MMSOUTIISIDE :
.. Mir4'Vodronm fdCIIJ.lt. "C.w:: I0f o Only I10.00O, IMia 111100" Mort 5'0510(0 115100r.em.nodorn w.
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1720 liome-
looolow.. Mum of ....Ute.... 1 MeadowbrookOne M, Si SNIT vista Large
bill _
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:ltc.r :load. IM" bMF M MO. PIn tIN 50th-doors Moiwlo
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In mMe kroo. ThIs homo lobe o fftE!; ..._. ""''h... uc. Owmr will of best buys we have Town full dining room tlk l I eat eleas.-.eonunl 550405 C eh
Uro bttnbM. TIUI ...u.-.. run ..ko moos, Bo dOs.1os OMIO OPEN TODAY 000410105 ....__1_ Is-
Sod -. rull till .talk, ktKlwood Colt ko ..). loll015.Hospital. I tad In a While There are 3big bath-(acrom street from I..... bans rornltnra--05,01 ..nt Tni _niom. neon la. fail the prioo ot ruST bedrooms and 2 full lto 5 Lakefront excellent fishing-% loU. ......1.. Lot "'.UI'. 114.00 old CH .b.... will/ ovnlnwindow _.
this horn. M u tiooo mdwth THINKtaxei 11.000.00 1515 ooDllDlltotDl. *, I.... florid
Pros It Kid for mow bout. Area baths. Florida Is I Furnished. t8SOO. RN1071. OO'j.......iMl oorport Mid hardwood
room very 100' MlUldo lot Mob wiuot Uk* last
.. ..., ..
t r --, NC with Homestead LOW DOWN PAYMENT _.."".w'' otwi Ik. dt.
bom bM
k Ui
I.trom.I.rtoU... well| Soul nice; the lot Is 100 x 118 .Ibm..... U OuUltr.ln. room wllh ftroplMx T L BRYANT {t.ft"0 now Palm.... ootiool. Ds
Old R.r HunUM ....316. Exemption on this fully fur- a bodrooio IMOIO with Ion. and the best part Is the sod gompuiUia .!- IWIIMFuUlr R. M. MARLER 10-
I
fished dome. Mnoaod polio, oonort, vulllom $59 MONTH Poe. BroktrKo. 68G-6504
HOWARD GILLETTEROAMOP Convenient to ... liKludM UuotUomoU dlt- price only ,18,600 with room. Tbtro or* t n* & SON 1074 715. Aw HI TOICLAbll'IKO .""
stored, church but, It'. an taftl, dlitiwubor andN.. about $2,000 down and the 1 01.00 bodroonu. ouopUon clo* 6)).PTAV i l '"1 :Ito. IPLAY _
\MUL JusT U TKD. Onlr SHOOO j mro.HOOM. ote I botlu. lu-Mt sod cuport LMLA
'UCTtoll. Realtors
vii OONeT -
PHONI Mt4inII exceptional slue for wm -_ Twist ....-1.... rest like rent It is vacant OVRIt 1400 SO IT. ON. MXOM.. BL-lUt-L
W. Wtlnut at Cosmos I. Pit. met Oartt: Realty 6W-W31 I Dint Poop CARPORT AND ..1401 4 M.in Ida I4MBIorrliK
........ _"
and have the slobs a
wo key to
DOOM fe OOTwiel
Ideal Location UTTU MiLl : Weeks Only! !
(LAa" laD Dla"I.A CLA IFI'D DISPLAY RN-6M. CITY uiuTo. A. S. MORROW Special-2

_.. BOBBIO Dr1, ond OM forroorooll MALTOIta UCLA
Uw ooorfortoblo Uint IUiU .' tllS Lake!'urst I .oe a. fwnn.Clll ON CAROLINA ILL 2nd THROUGH\ FEB. 15th
Immooloto S _room. o.k Joe P.
Bridges .
U-31IT M 614181 err rMwntMir vrlcod 4 bod.
floor bono with oorporl Mroonodporob Retiring In Lakeland? Then I .
homo
room Bwr Mhooto whop.wni.
.
OPEN tad ord. u TV
HOUSE BTOttt COLOR
.... you certainly will want to ills .. Florid. A,,. and but .opu-oto 41,105room FREE
NL f10at,
epee th0P10.wend
P31491.PHONE see this charming house located Days: 6B641U HOME & 2 ACRES oil hoor C. ronTitn Twrnko.iru Top KJI hxiUloo toO With The Purchase Of The

I Omer B. Maphli MU2454 Just around the corner Nights: 686-1361 688-2201 .. "" "Ji.

Sunday 2:30 to 5 P.M. Larry Heath MU 2-8500 from the Watson Clinic. Dandy :3 bedroom, l'/4 bath LAKE FRONTATTRACTTVB FLAIR 20' WIDE
2 nice bedrooms with
connecting horn on two acre tract,
Galen Hauger MU 3-1368
1109 EDGEWOOD DRIVE OFFICE MU 2-6147 bath. Large Living ESTATE SALE paved frontage Just seven' fwnlltlMI lAItl CB WUOB FRONT KUvUtllv ('rtoa $7495Snidcr's

I Room. Nice electric kitchen. MS. W._Ptrk at...Plouo uU tor miles from Postofflca. Seven ''tI' botutMul LARB AONE ,oo Lot)
1. Complotolr furnithodInolodlnc ..
Does won l wt boot houto withhobt "
txRicnr ON coir couui ,M"I I Large Florida Room. air. _dIIlOD... "" .... rooms In all With large .MWIs oMorMo U.a""hlnt.
HAUGER There Is bodrooa frnmo buniolow WIUdoublo > ran". Lot 0110 110'00'. 0tU 0.tOlITSIS Mobile Homes
two 'Wdroom h_. ((9 ,to .w...11"-.. ....tI..1 yard REALTY a separate garage >...... oa oornor lot Mill living room, dining area uu 1-40041 for ,

with nk9 fmlt (.....'CvMa ..f sad >M Hid ,...f.c. r*. KMltor LMLA and a separate utility room 500 50100 1105...,...bow.,. to H-IOIS.... COW or and kitchen with built In RMHM1. 101 NIW TAMPA HIGHWAY Ph. 411.192

.......... homo, M h..* toe the MM II fwmlly .In his" "SUP >o.U...... II.ors... .oC. Bi."'. Owl' with concrete floor. The o. .. It.... range and oven and breakfast On A.M. T. < '.M.. S... MO Te fM.COMPLETELY .

fiN ....iMtt. .H..,4. house ls completely tarnished bar. Loads of storage CHESTER MCDONALD

Sprinkler system In DON W. PAYNE space. Just $19,200 with $8,-,
Let Classified adz p.J roor.billi ...''lor tbTLAM ......II.UILAaa.
H. W. STOCKARD Realtor by converting that no the yard concrete drive 0. Mola UO S-SMI 000 down. Socrum Loop road .,e.. ....,1"IMPORTANT
and sidewalk. The Bus stop lot North of Tom Cottlne i

longer tiled musical Inrtro- only t doors away, Only road.
117 S. Florida Avenue
meat Into fast Cub. Dial cash but A QUIET STREET i
Phone MU -3133 9,000 terms might 1AND IVto

UU 6-1151 BOW. be arranged. Call us to see George Stewart MU 30432 r.0M.FYrr lwie

oiSPLTiv RO-IM9. ,... a aandor oflorniioi din Don Sutton MU 2-6582 w5lttrso wn..
.h..I"-I.O .
N Iw wo wit ottrocUn S brdS tulallnota
_. fall boih Horn ot 1111tons mot you IItHoMln 550510,7 MI .
1 S a MCe.w1 I.t.. a 055.rxctUnYI
I bom.
06 bIoS from
Dixieland Area .t.r.... Boromod rnrokKM .
i iI .. Sake .._.*. IM boUioantaet "AyuanCOMt1.m
REAL ESTATE AUCTION I If you are looking for a Call for BUrorUmr on oppomtimnllo prirvllomo 1/ot.RO-lon Lok. Tho. Soroonodporoh .....181! UealATIOIt CINYISCow..aM11r.IVw

nice home close to shop oo.wit UiU* .otrs food temu, BO REALTOR LMLA noliriborhood Mint U b plooouroin
.
..
Ing schools and Bus line, 103:1.: 300 S. Florida Avenue which u ll I 05.1 sod 05$, Pekoe T. sort ....-..

ride 1424 South Lincoln. Phone MU 6-2191 plow 15,050 ANI 'M Prt M0.
by To tot mere for .our mono*.
. SATURDAY FEB. -10:30 A.M. The owners have moved BEERMAN REALTY .... ... oilor on thio a bodroombolts $5.4 ..... 5..56-OP Pou hr MA7tllM
horn. % blork from lkt
.......14 M.S Mu. ood _
the house Is vacant, and i2S .. Via Aro. MO 9O1B1 Room For Laughter! lIuDI.r. ftN-teo ClInII and OoltOS 15 5.0..e 510
Lt... lot,
they "SELL". I PIN0ond$00,510 t..... 00101 'II"
say aroaa 65010P07315 UOll 11001
3019 WOODLAND HILLS I Plots 11 rlMi Uir.-..ti t throe1lsdroom.oo,00 Urn Tow K ... eM rVl 1100.
3 Bedrooms 1
There
are ,
,
e ooim I /winwon-.Iwo .. tM IMw aw
Bath, oil heat, Dining Room late rlMOte, I* ...u.., kIMwnbroUlut W. R.Bill" WILLIAMS 15.4 tI5.e'1P1tiJAittN
aa' PU>niDA '
nook .
(CLEVELAND HEIGHTS) Florida Roo m. Electric Tops In A Builderl ti con H a koniu, trmondoiu ll.- Mmll r LMLA ...... ,,,
I ui room All ihlt OB o mocloiiiiol. 11)1 Moth *"1orM. A.... I ill ., MwSw 0- ..
stove in kitchen. A/C unit Tops In Location! : orw'o>, bllndi. wstl-to-.sll MU 0.1210CLASaPI.O II "" .....". __ tt.tt' ,

2 master bedrooms, large closets, extra large tiring roOm I In Bedroom. Back yard Is Top. In A Duplex orpri""04.inoludod, Terns kniloklo I .I. 45.15..._.. -. --............... >

fenced; 11 x IS work shop RABIN DISPLAY ......... ti 51 a.rr.5.01 ,w,.-1
LEONARD _
and nice kitchen with Broad mwiklix 000 *..> bttfo*
dining oreo, ample cabinets and 8x8 playhouse for the uto CB HMno, S bodtoomi 01
I kids lot 64 X 132 RB-MS. .ooH >ld>. Lone tllid both, d 109n.nN, t.NtoA 1
broken tile screen porch, nice tile both, extra closets, oloeUlo. uses. olr _dlllo.ln. 10" S. U0 CLColl
Call today to see: All lore, Moms with o>k /boor.OoubN IIRa..loa

automatic floor furnace, beautiful oak floors, Venetian lock, from rorport the end Call.vtlllUM... o.."I t r SouthsldeHomoowner'i -
MRS. JEAN WILBANKC 100 IQ. ft. T rm. .......11I. Cat Dream Ii'
blinds and drapes. Carport and utility room. Large beautifully E.rl Truuu., wlUi T. R. TuekorRooltor. ;
fur t :
Phone: 688-4603 J.. MU "15StMAXIMUM Completely, exquisitely :

(andtcaped lot, ((90' x US') On sewer. Nice with PRIVACY, ntehed three bedroom tw

bath separate dining room,,
... hoIt.. ale' 550 5b.dnOmol ,
shade, lawn, fruit trees, and shrubbery. Near church, "1:.0 ....... 5005,5ro.dllon ,: Florida room, central heal
DICK BARNESRealtor hid locouoa. aCNN0nd .w
School, Southgato Shopping Center and bus lino. Excellent Koiitito Club. Own and air, carport, beautifully l 1
LMLS ....utolnd .. llloo Alt too landscaped, fenced back
tool mojor ...IIU1_ laCLASaiFICO p rI
diuonor
financing. Plan now to ba there. 20'/o deposit required ,2011 So. Florida 688-7103 .I.ded yard. Priced right, good

Can MU 3-249 settle estate.
ot time of sele.: EL.1107-H. I erms. To
DISPLAY CLASS'fl DOPEN 15PLA0
Fusselle & Sons, Inc.


COL. H. L. PALMER HOUSE Winifred m S. Florida I. Gann MU MU 2-2654 2-9133


AUCTIONEERREALTOR 2:00 to 5:30 P.M. TODAY 'T WINTER HOME I

1621 NEWPORTIf prod Pour .....r In ttioo nut
> W.MT ut.. RO-1M1. Onciom -
LIQUIDATOR you tetra' a diillnctlvs horns In 0 choice aoutt.llde S Bmroom A.b"lib'''-
., T.rmQ ....
iw Obir seaoaoo.
should this 4 bedroom carpctsd, air
,
aria you see
204 S.: Tenn. Are. LMLA Phone MU 2-5173
conditioned horn In Phillip Manor f'R. "Bill" WILLIAMS FINISHED

(Next to S. Tenn. Are. Parking Lot) Jvrt off Now J...., Road, 1 bleckiSowtfc I R.sbtot LML* *

.f ioftww It.... I 1131 tMU h17.rI a A... I

INSIDE AND OUT -
GEORGE K. MILLER, Builder I -
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HONI 6II.2ITI wr 666.2251IJhsLoI CLOSE IN AT
I
CONCRETI DLOCK
821 E. ORANGE :
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BAL FRICBDII M.700M! A bwitlnil CONSTMUCTIONAll
Just t", b4acb from u.'
I- 4 oatuu, Ail KtlrxUv i'
Homo =litini ot 11,105 1 roomkllchon ,
J _.oom.. n4 .1.l ...ilin
roar K>roh. on. roo, a teromrtfin
front porch "l o. Lot b looIwt
4.07 for iMdMiini or build-I
Ins .....1 unlto. call to lupoot The/
1W-1041. I
II I No Money

$2,500:\ DOWN I

$58 Month 4Vx% I ChangesYou Down!

Ulko Cowl S bedroom sod Florid
I 1510 i, eonnrolo. blotS homo n.or Want
i10'. hoppUif Contor. OnlrD
h.o005 .......... 555 00 Pw 00001Inrlud. I
.. 50000 ..e l000rsn00, 10101503 .
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LAKE MORTON ,

CLOSE IN I Thousands tell it's "the most house
us
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Sulk dots tows from h. Idol
11'ONE ACRE $1495 IM>_ 0.00.5 ,001nt. ..psrsI. dl...

,fb n.Terns In'tool, .=.I..tn... BL-1110 0,0,1.....d.1-1 for the money in Florida. If you don't


$150 DOWN -- $25 MONTH 1i1 $645.00 DOWN already own a lot, we can help you


40 3 Bedroom :2 BathA I find one in almost any section of the
root hurt CB '. oomHitHU
Ufetlmol toot, torruM (loon.rrlildklro .
d.II.._ built-in ,....., city or !
county
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1lIte IIMO d_. la oor ono 1
This acreage is being offered for the stool oiuo I..... 01111155 room,
.. .. I
talS UUI down p rm it Includil Meadows
_, ...., Larry
S7
first time ot these prices. Drive out "' eloolnt POT
RNKEN I.
j3 moot ? i!
Lakeland Division
MAIN OLD WWTfR NA tV Sunday and sea these high and dry, Mgr-

? ideal home sites, Convenient to shopping HARRIS i !

I IMlltA '5loos ,
schools, recreation. .. no,1d. A...
506-2191 I



dA c tTAt LI1KE o I

CIto1/Lr HANDY MAN SPECIAL, j jail :

r 81K .CEtiALUC 1 I. S bedroom CII bom wn* -
M *tA*
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.wnln window Blco blUshrawltb
blroh. wblnoto Sliaini door I T if I
TM to ..l. .lr. I any

OPEN HOUSE npoira Mdod on tail homo to
Pitt II In Ilko-now _11.1... Con
be bull with low-low do.. ".
\ AIN V 0 ..... kN"33. 0aII N. cro.I
: o TODAY IIVoM..
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y% PART 1P.M. to 5 P.M.WEEKDAYS HOWARD IKwltar -GILLETTE LbUA I i i'I

PHONE MU 2-4179 '

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PHONE 680-324) T.NEAR b.dnorn LAKE sillS HUNTER soul ...0loot. SEE THE MODELS

t .. 104 ....... d551s ._, In Lakeland
682-2283 loriw Irvlnt room nnd.Plarldo Dan.led In Tampa
Mom Drlto Ia bocomonlhM MEMORIAL BLVD.
--............ workibop. loundrr ond ItorMW 4010 E. Hillsboro Ave I
Huh err lot. rurniluro ..>' OopMltw McOorolw lPHONI
UMOJ 111.000 PHOMI 626.5191. MU SZ400REAL
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521 West Hunter St.
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YOUNG POLITICIAN;-Co N....* A. Heckefeller ......,. .....tIetI .y LlnJe Perks, left.
In his NeiliiM, N. H., ci, ,.!|* ....II........ .tat nlglir Ge Rockefeller ,....,_ t. the G.... Patties of
... ........ ..
tore t* pee the .11. end ceme lf for the Mnt-bt-the-iMrloit New Hemethlr preelrfeirrlelpreference I BeefUmtt
primary 1 Merck 10. (AP Wirephere" )





rthx Avoid Rockefeller Goldwater Clash MargarineHalf .3 Ibs. $I:po.-



WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
Barry Goldwater R-Ariz., and Pound C "
New York Gov. Nelaon A. Rock Save 48c
efeller are going to teat their 7 ", "
popularity In two prlmariei Patties
May 12-but not against each

other. -$.
11 t. ,.tt Rockefeller entry "In the .,
West Virginia presidential primary ;
Two
on that day will enable PloaieFlakes
the New York governor to share TENDER TASTY LAMB VALUESQUICK
headlines with Coldwater'i run
in Nebraska,
FROZEN.LAMB SHOULDER.KELLOGG'S .
Number Small

The number of convention del-
egate votes involved in small Roast. 39c
Nebraska has 18 and West VIr- IB
ginia 14. But both candidatesfor .;
the GOP presidential nomination -
believe they can demonstrate Corn QUICK FROZEN LAMB SHOULDER .
strength in these presumably -
.J unopposed workout,
Ail ...t West Virginia got a lot of at- Chops. 49C .
tention In 1960 when the late ib.
John F. Kennedy a Roman
ST LOUIS CAMPAIGN GESTURE Bony GeleVeter, running. Catholic tested the reaction of
.herd for the lUpubllcen nomination for president, pauses to pinch a largely Protestant state He I
the cheek of a youni aid In $t. Levli. The Arisono .....to, medeepoech made a breakthrough toward '
.t St. Levi municipal lipoit end then flew on to Komai the Democratic nomination by FROZEN.' fOODS
City In hi. first venture .Into PAiuouri which went Democratic In handily beating Sen. Hubert H.
the let .......tlol election but |lit" .ro''". (A' Wlrephotol' ,Humphrey of Minnesota, MIX 'EM M. MATCH '(Ml!
While Rockefeller can expectno 8 oz. Pkg.
Louisiana celebrate Jacluor Nepal Turkey such clearcut result as this, I Dc ASTOR
Day as a legal holiday la con he will have an opportunity to Save 4c
J numeration of the Battle of Officials To test in economically distressed
New Orlean.. West Virginia the popularity of English" Peas .
the social welfare proposals he C
Visit Lakeland FROZENI5
has been plugging. Rockefellerhas Cut Corn .
tried to draw a sharp line llmitTwsWithotliNPec illces 0
Two g9vernment official. of between his and Goldwater's
MOEIM Nepal and Turkey will be In views[ in this field. Cream Style '

Lakeland Feb. 17 through Feb Taft Beat Stassen
28 to study In detail the operation I-
West Virginia hasn't had a
I of the municipal government
Republican primary since 1952.
when the late Sen. Robert A.
They are Madhiv Kumar R a. Taft swamped Harold E. Stas SAVE! '4, CAMPISELL'STomato "
mil and Serafetttn Turkmen. :sen by 139,812 to 38,251. Gen.
NEW MOEN Ramil! Is a district official In! Dwight D. Eisenhower, who
OIAICET FORKITCHENS II Nepal In charge of law and order wasn't running there got the Soup
and public safety. Turkmen ,presidential nomination. MORTON "FrozenSPAGHETTI
is a district governor of Goldwater to demon-
One handle does j expect & MEAT,
the
of Izmir In
province Turkey
Irate in Nebraska that he is
work of two The foreign officials are be popular in the agricultural Midwest No.1 1 Tall CM MACARONI & CHEESE
ing sent to Lakeland by the Department I. limit Four With 9c ,


BELL PLUMBING CO. Interior Development of State Agency for A strong showing in Nebraska Other Parchaiei S'e '=
522 N. Webeth Ave if It followed a similar display
Phone MU C-6496 Nickel plating originally was of strength in the April 14 SAVE 4< ASSORTED COLORS
Illinois primary, would bolster I MeDi
developed in England In 1843 Pies
the argument of Goldwater supporters
that he is the choice of
See' The Many Values At Our the area some Republican like ScottissueReg. otT
to call their party' heartland.

MID WINTER SALE Unlike, Nebraska West law Virginia permit however vot-- Ron -it. .... ......, 11

;r* to write In their preference Limit 9 ..'f.t'
for' the presidential nomination. stay; ) Each
Other .
In 1960 74,356 Republican wroteIn MAID .! 15CSAVE
Blue Flame the name of then Vice President _
Save 5c
Richard M. Nixon, who 6e THRIFTY

r1 OILHEATERS later Rockefeller won the got nomination.2,028 vote by Apple, Sauce 2--25
the same method and Goldwater .'
who wasn't considered a DIXIE DARLINOPecan
contender then, collected 1,068,

his Goldwater strongest has opponent called for Nixon this Twirls 3 :: slOO "

He hal said
year's nomination.
DIXIE DARLING ENRICHED
SANDWICH
Smo"',,, and Mortal that Nixon write-in in the
March 10 New Hampshire primary
will give some indication read 2
Crusader E0'N 49c 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
of Nixon' political future
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Aladdin 1 ft 95 with 11I1.w.p.e ntM d
DIXIE DARLING ANGEL Sara Lee Frozen

lilh, Sal fire ConcentratePack P PoundCM.79c
Coleman Food Coke39' VALUABLE a.d.win awls ch.b a -ol.h Uerw

Perfection UP Reaches COUPON LIMIf v.ONI./-'eIo HI CUf10Mfatwpw .......".
NM YL ...awedGUTTERS I .' ...,' .

Season Peak t '
and DOWNSPOUTS .
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WINTER HAVEN Florida FRENCH MARKET ;
SAVE UP TO 50% citrus processors last week packed
I S mtt INSTRUCTIONS 2,510,351 gallon of frozen ON Coffee 0 .. Siz.! 73c FANCY FIRM AND SOUND
yO AND BLUEPRINTS ange concentrate, the highest of
SEF 4 week in the IN PLASTIC BOTTLEClorox
any current season
Elbows 35e the Florida Canner Association Sweet Potatoes
'N Slip Joints 29c reported today Half GaL 39c
Warren Savant, FCA executive I
Strainers 15c vice president, noted la DELMONICO ELBOW
15" Ferrules 5c week' pack was almost $ stMacaroni
7" gallon greater than that of t 2 ToE.*xe 25c
) Spikes 3eThttt corresponding week last season.I NESTLES BEEF OR CHICKEN
The season's total pack Is 45
Specials Avellablt/ ot Both Stores per cent less than for the same Bouillion Cubes Lb.d
period last year, however. I 11CouatPk1.21c j .
1 d Movement for the week en NBC CHOCOLATE PINWHEELCookies ,
Ing Jan 25 continued steady at :

PHONE MU 2.0713 tail 1,418,088 sizes gallons Inventory 1,139,877 moved in re-up nvti.ns. 49c eL FANCY SWEET ROME

HARDWARE DEPARTMENT ONE STOP STORE to 21,233898 gallons TETLEY
126-834 N. Fo.! Arl. H 126-834 N. No. Are, I Only about 11,000 gallons of Tea
frozen orange concentrate were Bags 48o..tpi g67c Apple 2Jhs.29c
GENERAL HARDWARE imported during the week, the
(canner association reported,I
210 E. Pine St. Phone MU 2-0627
making a total of 313,210 gallons
.[since the season began Dec 1.


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