Lakeland ledger
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
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System ID: UF00079940:00058
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Partly cloudy and: cool LAKE LAND LEDGER I FINAL I _


I '""W1 Aging Father Images Overshadow Both Chin"7By I


ROY ESSOYAN munism tile historian Marxist could not be passed on to any may work out some form of But at 88, Chou Is considered

J TAIPEI. Formosa (AP) An theoretician and military strategist single Individual In either country compromise settlement. the No. 3 man In Peking, after r2s/
aging father Image towers over whose word I It law for the "Chiang Is Nationalist China Mao and President Liu Shao .;
each of the two Chin... 700.minion people of mainland Diplomats and scholars In and Nationalist China la chl, the thin solemn.faced Communist -
France's effort to establish China. Hong Kong and Taipei expect Chiang" one European diplomat organizer and arbiter of
h diplomatic relations with Red Both Mao and Chiang appear Red China to remain rigid and here said "If Chiang goes, Communist morals Mao has
China have focused world attention healthy and show no sign of uncompromising In its relations Nationalist China can't survive designated Liu as his successor

on these two leaders of bowing off the world stage with the outside world for the for long as an Independent entity In Nationalist China the
China arch enemies for decades Both men are past their prime. foreseeable future except Inca ." strongest personality next to
The struggle to which they have far as changes may suit its purpose But opinion Is divided on this Chiang is Chiang's Russian

Nationalist China' Generalissimo devoted their lives the establishment point. Much depends on the personality trained eldest son, Lt. Gen
Chiang Kal ahek a slim of China as a world Nationalist China is expectedto of the men who follow Chiang Chlnl kuo a stocky,
and ascetic 78, still rule. his power to be reckoned: with continue leaning on the United Chiang and Mao. The choice la soft-spoken, politically austere
island stronghold of Formosa probably will have to be carriedon States for its defense while limited but socially pleasant man of 54 I J

100 miles off the China coast by their successors. depending less and less 01 Red China's Premier Chou Chiang Chlng-kuo derives muchof

with firm hand.Communist Chiang and Mao, however American economic assistance En.lal, a posed serious and his power from his father but
China's party have towered over possible successors as U.S. aid is gradually phased persuasive statesman is tile he has built up an apparatus of
d chief Mao Tze-tung. a round and for nearly 40 years. out. only widely traveled and worldly his own and controls the garrl-
Their mantles and the total here feel the member of tile Chinese Communist
I. MAo.nE-1\1NG moon-faced 70, Is the unquestioned Some experts CHIANG KAI-SHEK
father of Chinese com- power they wield- probably men who follow Chiang and Mao hierarchy (Turn to Page 2, Column S)



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Radio said Cuba's water service (AP) The
y a t't a 1:1nlted': States has recalled Its
to the Guantanamo Bay
ambassador from Ghana offUclals
1I U.S. naval base was cut off today said today

and will remain off until William P. Mahoney 1.. the

38 Cuban fishermen held In the U.S. envoy to Ghana was called
back for .'consultations/?
United States freed. .
Jl Ei .
4, sM authoritative source ,said.,
The broadcast mlnitored In Mahoney recall came 4n, the

MiamI. quoted a statement prepared wake// of anti-American 4monitratlon .
: by Cuban Foreign Mln"t tn the Ghana capital
teraul Roll for{delivery't* t h 4 h This diplomatic move does not
mean suspension/ of relations w
the VAr government.Srvlce$4t -l-
I : with. Ghana, officials( stressed

p n
"Since noon today water servIce tiharituch 6 move usually means
to Guantanamo Bay hai :dispfaasure and that this l has
roil'A been ,made known to the Ghana
been suspended end the eus- government

pension will continue until the Keeping Watch
Cuban fishermen are released,"
a The United States is keeping
/Kiss/ For Mrs. Kennedy the statement said watch on anti-American developments -

"The Cuban government has in Ghana but so far
,...1".*, "Johnson loom femora1 to .. Mr. Idword IC........,, wife ., the MasMchtiMttsM no obligation to supply water has not moved to cut back: large
o"or. Thoy mot .t .I...,.. P. Koimody Jr. F..t .. dliuwr In Now York lost *ihr, ., wklchJohflMH to the naval base under any International Strongman Frees Political Prisoners economic development loan
.rosonto*' .wrd for otttitondina contributions. in risk Mil" "monta) s.t.rdulioa. treaty, and has been commitments to that African

(AP WI..,...,.). doing so only for the sake of Goe,.... Mo). Ge... N...,....k"....., nut, South VI** Mom's now military ttronfmoH, mnbracss nation.
not increasing tension betweenthe T,... Von A.r In Salson today. '*ftor, tartar's nlooso. has prison. An, ,Information minister, under. Continued tension could easily

two countries ..., .d E", ,.,.. I.. D.I, was cutout ,...., of ,.""c.1 prisoners pipe' freedom ,...."..., .by Kk.nh.. cloud the future of U.S. aid
Rep. Griffin Telephone Firm The 38 Cubans described as CAP Wlropti.ro .l. cable. from 5.1..1.Governor l ). commitments to Ghana.
Fidel Castro militiamen were In The State Department has

Seeks SeatIn )Jill at Key West today charged sharply protested a demonstration .
Defends at the American EmbassyIn
(Turn to Page 2. Column 6)) Bryant Accra and called It instigated.

Senate Inspired or condoned by
Sets$3,752oooProqramFor1964 / President Nkrumah's govern
Three SeriouslyHurt
FROSTPROOF Ben .Hill Commission
The United States has a commitment
Griffin Jr. today announcedthat 'In-Wreck of $147 million In long-.
he would be a candidatefor term loans to help build the

the State Senate subject .MULBERRY-Five persons TALLAHASSEE. CII Criticism ting every I and crossing showcases were made possible Volta River hydroelectric project .
of tile Florida Development every T. when the commission arranged and aluminum smelter
to the Democratic primary In were Injured at least three of an
May. By WILLIAM D. SHILLING corded a gain of 4,885 phones them seriously, when a car Commission following an "I want Imaginative, aggressive to have buses donated to be operated by private American

This office Is now held by Ledger Staff Writer in the month period: He rammed Into the rear of a unfavorable state audit report efficient people. I expenses and sold of advertising travel through to this pay companies for the Ghana
said the included( the acquisition truck State Road (0 three would prefer that they dot government
whole The General Telephone Co lain on
of Lakeland all to
Scott Kelly was out of proportion T' and 'T' country and Europe the governor formal
every cross every Since the agreement
of the- Zephyrhills miles east of here shortly alter -
Governor. of Florida will spend $3.752,000
a candidate for Telephone. the content of the report Gov. but we want results," the governor said Was reached Dec. 18 1981 the
well known in citrus for expansion and Improve-
circles Griffin, has been a representative ment of its eastern division In The increase brought to 78- Officers said the car had Harris Bryant said today. said In response to a Showcase Praised 370-foot high rock.filled dam

in the State Legislature 1964 Fred D. Learey, president 439 the total number of phonesIn been reported traveling at The governor told his news newsman, quelltlon.Dltcrepanclel. "Evt rywhere I go people has been half completed. No

for the past eight years and said here last night.In service.in the division. speeds up to 100 miles an hour conference that he wanted results Hit talk to me about the Florida work has yet been done on tile

has served on many important a meeting with supervisory A total of 23,860 miles of Just before the crash. The from the operation of the The audit hit the commission Showcase," he said smelter.

committees. personnel at the Yacht cable was laid In 1963. names of the persons Involved Development Commission and for discrepancies in travel He was asked whether the
said that Gen In the division General Tele- could not Immediately be ob was getting results even if
Club Learey
Cites Experience will Invest tained. the commission wasn't dot. expenses the leasing of an Ocala maintenance shops for Tax Cut Bill
eral" Telephone (Turn to Page 2K Column 8) airplane and placing employee the state's airplanes were
lie Is a native of Polk County more than $137 million In the under personal contracts. being successful
and resides in Frostproofwith five In west central Nears Final
and next years Bryant said the audit disclosed Bryant said that most of the
his wife Frances Florida.
nothing that was illegal
maintenance work was being
Francle He has one "We have every reason to
daughter and that the shortcomings
done In Ocala, but under special Senate
central FlorIda OkayWASHINGTON
son Ben Hill III a believe that west it cited were corrected circumstances, when It
student: and three other will continue to grow and .
subsequentlyHe would be economical to
daughters Mrs. George W. all of our people are determined (AP) Theadmlnlatr.tlon'
said If the commission to Ocala work done
Mrs. meet the growing go was
Harm Jr. of Bartow,' to 1 $118 billion
John Alexander of Zolfo communications demands and took some action which the privately. tax cut bill moved today to the
auditors might criticize the He said he was to blame for
of Florida
General one
and Mrs Preston to put brink of final In the
Troutman Springs of Frostproof ready.to-serve basis," Learey 4 L result often came as a bene- the fact that the Ocala facility Senate. passage
said fit to the state. lost money when It first
In announcing his candidacy Tolls To Be Dropped d a tv. For example, he said advertisements began operations. "It did not Democratic leaders said If
Griffin stated he felt his past the bill wasn't passed by to
In its eastern division which called traveling have the direction it should
experience as a representa- night It almost certainly wouldbe
Includes Lakeland, Winter Haven. have had he said
five to the Legislature could approved Friday. It has already
Mulberry Bartow Auburn- But he added that the shops
cleared the House
Turn to Page 2. Column I) dale Haines City Frostproof were showing a monthly profit
( and At least 10 to 12 amendmentssome
Lake Wales, Plant City
Zephyrhills Learey reported: nowPlan dealing with such con
+ Not Working troversial Issues reductionsin
pr grtow.slt.} Extended area service (toll as
free) will be provided the Win- The governor said his planto the depletion allowances for
ter Haven-Auburndale districtby Page centralize the scheduling of oil and gas-remained to be

June 1. Amusements .......... 24 flights by state planes, thereby acted on before a final vote.

The company anticipates Bridge .. ..."."?"" 3 assuring the maximum The administration clearedIts
providing the toll-free serviceto ; Business News ...... 17 passenger use was not final big hurdle Wednesdaywith
almost all of the eastern ill Comics ... ... 24-25 working out as well as he a 48-45 defeat of a Republican
division in the future. hoped. effort to repeal the 10 per
General Telephone In 1964 AvLatest Classified 2728.29 "There Is more cooperationthan cent retail excise tax on four

will spend more than 1700. Crossword Puzzle .. 25 would be present withoutthe categories.

icy 000 for outside plant facilities y Deaths .. .... ............. 2 plan, but not as much as The GOP proposal would have

,f m Including cable poles and wire. Dear Abby.......".." 25 could be done" he said The wiped out World War II levieson

y Major cables In the district deter Editorials ................, 4 plan is voluntary Bryant con- furs, cosmetics, jewelry
will be pressurized to tinued, and is being handledby watches and luggage Including
A service Interruptions caused by Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 5 a highway patrol officer Instead handbags and would have cost

bad weather. Horoscope ................ 24 of by an addition to his the Treasury about $450 milliona

General of Florida will add Thing In Telephones J. Lowman ........._.. 12 staff which would have been year.

six operator positions In Lake- Radio TV........,.... 25 necessary if the filing of flight After the vote on the retail'
land and two in Winter Havento C M florid, holds the Ut.it push mandatory excise taxes the Senate bogged
feed Leery, aster resident of the Gonorol T.Uohoii plans was
....... .. 18-19
handle the increase in long Sports hours of heated
button ohoiM In Kit holds. while she district cowiMrclol monofor In Lslsl.nd, R. J. StomUy. kit, The plan was to have flight down in six -
traffic.In Weather ............. ...... IS
distance holds rocoivor .nd S. C. Umimos, Ukolond dlvlri.il monof.r, looks on The phono war port .' plans published In advance so over an attempt to knock
reviewing the company' Women's 12-13-14 officials could schedule out of the bill a section of public
said 5 display shewe by Gonoral ToUpliono C*. ot a sousing yostordoy *rtrnooii of ti. L.k.l.nd Yacht that state !
progress in 1963. Learey coincide. .
their travel to utility regulation.FORECAST
BEN HILL GRIFFIN JR.r1 that the eastern division re Clvb. (Udgof phot by Hvfhts)


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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, Feb 1.1M4

I Wet Weather Not Damaging Citrus So Far Key Rights Bill Armour For New Lets Acid Contract PlantBARTOW I

It's been very wet-but not and acCumulatel-have been experiencing :-said "I don't know whether I IIs It son assessed Is the loss of harvest Segment PassedContinued

too wet for citrus drainage problems, caused by the humidity or days Approximately five T. L. Carey these new plants, engineeredfor

That Is the opinion of L. Dale Growers are channeling out or not" But he said very little of the last 10 have Armour Agricultural Chemical increasingly effective air
Carlton director of the grower pumping water from these spotsin fruit has been damaged. picking days Co phosphate operations pollution control ai another
and contract division of Florida order to prevent it from settling -' Rainfall this week averaged been lost to rain but Carlton ( From Page One) r manager announced today example of the progress beIng

Citrus Mutual and of Warren and soaking root systems. 1.5 to 2 Inches in Polk County said It would not hurt the Industry -I WASHINGTON (AP) Southerners have drastically limited the effect that a contract has been made in coping successfully

O. Johnson chief meteorologistof causing root rot which will stunta but up to five Inches on the but "only stretch: the raised the cry of ".te.m. of the provision, climaxed awarded by Armour and Co. with emissions from

the U.S. Weather Bureau here citrus tree's growth and coastal Indian River region I season out a little further" roller" today against a bipartisan a long day of frustration for to Wellman-Lord Engineering, phosphate operations progress .

"I think there art some areas eventually kill It. Johnson said Although this winter has been' group that has so far Southern opponents and touchedoff Inc., of Lakeland for the construction which I II a tribute to the
that are getting distressingly In certain areas of the Indian Harvest Declines I crushed all attempts to weakenthe the first real display of bit- of a modern phosphoric effectiveness of the State
River where the unusually wet, Johnson said
wet, Carlton said "but gen region most \ civil rights bill In the House ter sectional feeling since debate acid plant at the Bar. Board of Health's policy of
erally over the industry, thereIs rainfall has been recorded Ha said this is "one of the last February was much wet The coalition of Republicansand started Friday. tow facilities. conference, conciliation and
no danger I think" Carlton said, wet, soggy groundhas wetter winters of record ter than the current month. In "
Democrats C. D-Mo
put together by Rep Paul Jones The new plant will be a persuasion.
February 1963, total rainfall
mechanical harvesters We've had was
prevented rain for such a long
the House leaders of each "The old
Problems Occur shouting steamrollerIs
party Prayon wet process phosphoricacid
59 inches with
from getting Into the period of time abnormally! most occurring
scored Its rolling accused the leader thelatest
biggest victory which utilizes
Carlton said some extremely clouds have been around Feb. U and 12. the
groves heavy
Wednesday night when It .hlp of abutting off to advancesand U. S.
ap- attempts technological Urges
wet spots-low ground locations "We've had some blue mold with us"Only meteorologist said
where water seeps down reported on Valenclas," Carlton I trouble to citrus, John.1bftbijti "Of course, this month Is Just proved with only minor changesthe alter the bill by putting up a will Incorporate the most

....c.""" C_"" _'"'_"""" _..."' ...-.............. .-.--...... _n. getting stared" Johnson key public accommodationssection united front against any and all effective and modern air pollution Ban On Atom
o warned. of the 10-part bill amendments control devices knownto

Th* provision which along In all, 22 amendment were the Industry.It .
Heavy Bloom Seee with the rest of the bill faces a offered to the public accommodatlons will produce concentrated Arms SpreadGENEVA

C4 However rainfall for November tough time In the Senate would section II of them by 54 per cent phosphoric acid to

P December and January prevent discrimination against Southerners Only three were be used in the formulation of (AP-The United

1961 totalled 432 inches, compared Negroes by eating lodging or adopted, being accepted with- modem high-analysis fertilizers States urged the Soviet Union
t to this year's total of 13.BO entertainment establishments out opposition by Reps Emanuel .
inches for November Decemberand A 153-68 vote against an Caller, D-NY., and William The engineering phase of today to join In an Immediate

l/uw FROM Rudolph's January 1964 amendment by Rep George M. McCulloch. R-Ohlo, co-corn the project Is already underway declaration to ban the transferof
The wet February last year Meader R.Mlch.. that would manders of the coalition and actual constructionIs that nuclear do not weapons have them to

was preceded by a long, dry scheduled: to begin in about
period unlike this years au- four weeks The cost of the Soviet Delegate Semyon K,

umn, Johnson said Hunt Denies Saying facility was not announced. Tsarapkln Ignored the proposal

Carlton said Florida citrus Carey said that the project in a speech and launched into a '
bitter attack on West Ger
should be in heavy bloom by "represents a step toward a

the last two weeks of February. Ex-Employe Took Fundscalled major change in Armour Agricultural many.
Chemical Co,'. phosphate His attack drew a sharp rebuke
"Everyone anticipates a good
operations at Bartow from William C. Foster 4
heavy bloom, Carlton sail
1l.. "Of course It is far enough Into BARTOWJuvenile Judge It "improper creditingof where triple superphosphate director of the U.S. Arms Con

the season that a sudden freer G. Bowdon Hunt today denied funds" production will be discontinuedwhen trol and Disarmament Agency

t could severely hurt us." statements attributed to However, an out-of-county the phosphoric acid who accused the Soviet delegate

t Carlton said danger of a him In an out-of-county newspaper newspaper today quoted plant Is completed of trying to "return the

freeze is very unlikely-especially saying that a former Judge Hunt as' saying that He added that a contractwill cold "war to the conference

after a long spell of wet employe of his office took Investigators were sure that be let in the near future room
weather-but a frost which money from trust funds handled the woman took some of the for a new sulfuric acid plant Tsarspkln's. speech to the 17-

could hurt susceptible new In that office, money and that her husband The new plant represents "the nation disarmament conference

bloom is possible Judge Hunt said that if he had already arranged with most advanced state of the followed Foster offer to negotiate

3,99 "' ir ntiit f i was quoted as saying that, the bonding company to make art in controlling sulfur oxide immediately with Tsarap

399 3.99i ::1 l "I was misquoted restitution emissions," Carey said kin for the ban on the transfer

Major QuakeIs "It appears as if there la Apparently nd county funds He cited the Installation of of nuclear weapons

going to be a shortage" were Involved. The money At the end of the two-hour

i Irl'S tr r 1 9eFYh1 04 1 Recorded Judge Hunt said. "But a* involved Included court-ord. meeting. Tssrapktn told newsmen

4 I far as saying she took any ered child support payments, Economist the negotiations proposed

4 ( MOBILE. Ala at' A money we cannot determineas and other restitution whichare by Foster "are not excluded"
r, 4 a -Alt ?alts {lus'AX' { major earthquake apparent. of yet" collected by the judges Sees 32-Hour but he stressed that the West

ly In the Aleutians just southof The judge again emphasized office would first have to scrap: Its

I 2 Alaska was recorded by ( that before a final report Judge Hunt told commissioners Work WeekMIAMI planned multinational nuclear
the Spring Hill College seismograph can be made availablea the woman employe Force The West has rejectedthe
27.99 s today check of the books In his responsible for the mlxup was Idea.

Umlt 1 to a customer The Rev Louis J, Elsele office approximately 20,000 dismissed the day the situation (AP) A nationally Threat Seen
entries dating back to Jan 1 discovered known economist the 32-
SweetheartDiamond t a a I Id the tremor possibly was says The possible spread of nuclear
1 could cause a tidal wave In 1961 must be verified. He also said that she presently hour week is only 10 years off weapons and technology .
r the Pacific Ocean., The mlxup in the books In is under psychiatric and "four Jumps" in the work. "constitutes a grave

= Twin hearts with The college seismologist estimated Judge Hunt office came to care. ng man's future. threat to the security and peaceof

22,99 / spsrkling diamond. the epicenter as light Tuesday when the judge And before the century ends. all nations, large and small,"
IKgold about 3,700 miles from Mobile made a progress report to the work week may be cut downto Foster said.Foster's .

6.99 In a northwesterly direction the County Commission on 'Phone Firm 20 hours, said Dr Ralph Glnz statement today was

'- rag $10.IS Coupon sxplras Fab. 14th, the investigation, which, he berg, Columbia University economics an elaboration of one of the .
said has been under for and chairmanof
way professor
Elsele estimated the five major proposals President
seven months To the National Manpower Advisory
8.99 strength at 75 on the Rich. Spend Johnson put before the conference -'
Convenient t.rms. ter scale, which has a maximum At that time he said it Committee when It resumed two ,,
of 11. appeared as If any shortagewill $3,752,000 He said the shortened week Is weeks alo.Convicts.
be covered by the woman one way to maintain the vital
's $3,000 bond He Indicated balance between men and machines .
14 Karat Gold
1L NEEDED that there was no crimInal (Continued From Page One) "We have always kept Get

JO Tr.et.r.T.ll.r Darns Unite Intent Involved and he phone has a total Investment that balance by reducing our
Bracelets t. Helll| Reek *n4 Sand In I- I of hours of work" Report Cards
DtrtNDAKt ltwetf.ll IIMCK 1101 more than 136 million, representing
C.itrr.l Raids. '
109 E. Main St. Open Mon & Fri. Eves 'TH 9 trees, Per w.....,. C.II Win.tot Rep. Griffin of the company's about $57 631.000 employes for each Creeping Reduction Seen For Behavior I

il 0........ .... <".Zm.1OO serving the area. His remarks were contained Ina I'
.rnacseso ssxu, aaas.Mussss.r see is Seeks 'Seat L .ry disclosed that General speech entitled "The Manpower RAWLINS Wye (AP)-Convicts
Telephone and Electron-- stovoluilo,** Wore Colunvbis are getting report cards at
tea, the University and Barnard Col the Wyoming Penitentiary I
parent firm. Is now C
In Senate the 12th largest corporation In leg a I u mSt I organzaMons Warden Lecard 'Meacham Instituted .

the United States with assetsof Wednesday night the plan this week-
said the :12.hour with grades of A and B
(Continued From Page One) $2.7 billion Ginsberg meaninga
week will "not radical prisoner can be considered for
e General of Florida, he said, come by a
well be a great asset in serving will pass the 500.000 mark in adjustment but with a creeping rusty status or special privleges -

in the state's highest lawmaking telephones installed In all or reduction. I
1 1 ft1Ti body and that, if elected part of the six: counties in He forecast *n hourly declineIn When a convict enters prison

he would do everything In which the firm operates. "four jumps"-or stages he Is automatically graded with
his power to look after the New Phone Tested within the next decade: from 40 a C. The grade is reviewed

,y I rl+k best interest of Polk County. The executive reported that hours to 37 to 35 to 32 periodically I IlE

1ar Griffin Is a member of the General of Florida last year :
1 Presbyterian Church and Is a expended more than $22 million

member of the Masonic for expansion and Improvement .

Lodge, a Shriner and Elk. of service In the < > bttuartcGeorgia ,

During the past two sessionsof past five years the total Investment

the legislature, Griffin has was listed at $126
been chairman of the million ,
commit. Learey said that General Telephone Seddon Goode and a brother Nick
tee on citrus, and also servedon '
"AfA Morrone of New Castle
the is now testing a pushbutton .
appropriations rules
Funeral services and burial
and several other committees phone that enables Real Estate
will be In New Castle
users to dial twice as rapidlyas
the dial. Broker Dies here are under the direc
present rotary
Griffin Is a past presidentof tion of the Dukes-Steen Funeral
the Polk County Cattlemen He said that the firm also Home

's Association and formerly Is testing an electronic automatic Seddon Goode, a leading

served as president of exchange that will provide Lakeland real estate broker RITES FOR MRS.
the Florida Cattlemen's Association many service Innovations, died suddenly this morning at
and he predicted a wide business Lakeland General Hospital. Mr Funeral services for Mrs.
a member of the Farm
Hazel Irene
use In future Gaulton of 411 S.
Bureau Florida Citrus Mutual years of Goode, 69, had been In lakeland
Albany Ave In who died
closed circuit television Tampa
and of the Florida Canners sine 1937 moving here
Association Learey said that his com from Clinton S. C He was a last Thursday, were held yesterday

pany was confident that Polk native of Emporia Va., and resided afternoon at the Gentry-
f Ir County will continue' to grow at 241) Cambridge Ave Morrison Chapel. The Rev C.
and progress, and he commented in Lakeland A. Futch pastor of Westside
Father ImagesOvershadow : I Baptist Church and the Rev.
Mr. Goode member of
was a
Business looks good we Ernie D. Habecker, pastor of
I the Southside
f Baptist Church
are determined to do all that Webster Avenue Baptist Church
r vV
where he a
was superintendentof
we can to meet the demandsof officiated. Graveside services at
the Sunday Scaool He wasa
our customers"In Socrum Cemetery were conducted
veteran of World War I, a
Both ChinasContinued the eastern division In the Eastern
member of the American Legion by Star, Chapter
Learey said that General No. 26Music.
Masonic Lodge of Clinton
Telephone paid it 631
( From Page On) S. C., and the Kiwanis Club. ( was presented by Mr.
I a total of $3.076131, and and Mrs. David E Werner Pallbearers
V son command In charge of over that S369.190 was paid In state He is survived by his widow were Billy B. Wofford,

all security and the political department and local taxes. Mrs Hallie Ross Goode, Lakeland Carlos Harrell Mike Crawford
S rCubans ; one son Seddon Goode
of the army. Thurl Milton J. Kenneth Hall
a q'T : Y sx Jr, Charlotte N. C.; two sis- and Joe Phelps
rra- Trtr Despite the power Chiang ten, Mrs Garland Hubbard
Ching kuo wields, there Is a Cut ,
Clinton C. and Mrs E.
strong feeling Presloent Chiang
Hardin of Lumberton N R.I
will be succeeded by Vice President AUBURNDALEFunera'
and .
GuantanamoWaterSupply two grandchildren.Services services for Mrs. Ada Hammock
Chen Cheng, a firm but
1 .
will be tomorrow afternoon of 403 Dixie Highway
relatively colorless man of M In '
ailing health at 2 o'clock at graveside who died Tuesday will be held
In Lakeland Memorial Gardens. tomorrow at 2 o'clock at the
with the Rev, Law M. Mobley Kersey Funeral Home Chapel.

CAmE AUCTIONS (Continued From Page One) officiating. I The Rev, Ben Spivey pastor of

JACKBONVtlXI (AP -Prlrn ....... with Friends may call from 7 to the Lena Vista Methodist
illhor,. al tall It auction atarkota T "' Illegally fishing In Florida 9 o'clock tonight at Dukes-Steen Church will officiate Burial
.. .
n." al ".dl. Elulmmoi and waters Florida .
U.. oak. Mo.lpu al 7 Tr.rr iomats 1000oomparad officials arrested Funeral Home In lieu of flower will be In Aubumdale Memorial
\1M, .l.u them Wednesday night after the family requests donations Park
'u ln ';roniYere =: too14 federal officials I questioned be made to charity.
;tom t r HtitWi p.w ulllltr and lUndard them for three days. -

t 0..*i"1' IUlt. 1 150.1050. Jail' Sentence FaeeclAuthorltlec' THORNfOH....

C.l..., Oood tlllt 2(I461o-1l1W1.II 0010, EMANUEL MORRONE MEMORIAL HOME
.1I1d the fishermen
I- VHlrri IIIO0 and Ut-9>0 Ib cairn. ... faced Jin t* ri.., .A*,
Emanuel Morrone
( od asooop&, iUndar d 31 00-.. it'in a possible one-year Jail I 68 of 231% ,
CI.._ sentence and $500 fine under a S, New York Ave. died early ... 1t'\r, .tJs
Vow food SOO-100 1M 1TOO- ..... .... ,
:to 110. m"'lulft 1'11-1110 Florida law barring alien today at Lakeland General 1 J 'I
KoI'.,,: ......... .... 460 vessels Hos i ipital. "" ''
Itx-id oo->] oo from taking natural resources He was native of Italy I ,
\ mi Common. ': :odium U'00- from Florida waters who made I.a horn In NewCastle

1/a0 C.Ir.1 flnliod. .)". \1' 91050N lbII41S The U.S. Coast Guard said Pa., and who had -been

the Cubans were aboard four vember.a winter visitor here AMBULANCE

POULTRY & EGGSTAMPA trawlers detained Sunday near
Florida's Dry Tortugas islands. eph s Catholic Church SERVICE
63 miles west of West Survivors Include his wife
-Kit market. lalai ferttallori Key
sumo inhl and air Nancy; five sons, Paul Anthony .I your phase ..!,
:i .7. done 0..:.. I.. pa'i CITRUS SHIPMENT! Joseph, Charles and Emanuel ...ry leer .1 the
A '57: .4743.M Jr. all of New Castle; six eight. sad ..,.
p-U. 34 oi oa :W:i6\t :::.: :41, WINTER HAVeN IAP>-at... duo.7n.p.ruu. daughters, Mrs Theresa Stock-
A Twlium flaa ,4J.49 moo ,45 >>...., 10 sec. ro".1 In 1.1
tmall Itaa 4O-13 n0.00C. .YOYNi. man, Mrs. Angelme DI Santl.
% PURE WINE PLEASURE h il has<>| at lii olfomlon.l aaaw teallUM u.utr J-J ants 1 R.I' G 444er14 TMq Mrs Mary Ann Marzula and
Whotoali pI... an roper sicked Miss Rosa Lee Morrone all
uJl of
"in al (. ...y. s up Tt.et :- i sn ua
Featured at Favorite Feed end Package Sterer 10 lain 00r500yh: .hoei. 4'4,I Jd. no New Castle. Mrs Ann M Me- 417 N. Mate Ave.
your ...Irw.rrdt a.... .-4\<0 IB.. M, Toll 1'7.12: ; ; 4a
hnb under 4 Ibi,. 08 oUl.... ncjoioi COf: luau of Jersey City N.J., and Phone MU 62133r
"po.lt>d. Duv rf prlcoa la .....- molktlt.471/5, Ieok Leers Y2
Disl.ibwred Anacl.e.d l DIserilwelnp C. Uk.U.4 Pk. MU (-2ISIf uii plaaU 1 scot nianir. 1'01 a.U6. Mrs Nancy LeO Augustine of j

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if LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, Fib I. IH4 =

I. I Let's Play Bridge ,(Apollo Project Workers Want Extra ReconnaissanceBROOKS I

By ALAN TRUSCOTT i n.n AIR FORCE BASE. requested an extra Apollo flight flcient program and not rely on Three more Ranger launch- would be sandwiched between formation' on the moon's structure.

American commentators on Tex (AP-Prompted by repealed ,for a lunar reconnaissance mis the Ranger and Surveyor unmanned -ings are scheduled this year aUto the circumlunar and landing ,
the 1963 World Championshipnoted NORTH failure of U.S. moon don programs." take photographs flights. The Apollo ship would Then the LEM would rendezvous

that the Italians bid and AQM < probe, a group In the Apollo John M. Eggleston, a space The disclosure) came less than Present programming calls settle Into an orbit about the with the mother ship for
made three grand slams that ( MlBB-tlM--ttf man-to-the-moon program has a week after Ranger I hit the moon and two of the astronauts the return to earth.
were not attempted by the North AKJM environment specialist with,moon but failed to send back for a three-man Apollo craft to would detach In the LEM justas I --- --'---

American team. It it true that 4AQIII73 Accused Man Project Apollo told newsmen at pictures of the surface as make ,a clrcumlunar: flight in they would In preparation for' YOII" neaat T.U6 .

two of the three contracta were WEST EAST (D) a space medical conferencehere planned. The failure was the 1967 or 1968 and to drop a two- a landing. I 0'KINDS OCHEESI

lightly venturesome, and that 7 A Klllt0/22 : 12th In ss many United States man Lunar Excursion Module, The LEM would descend to O._
the Italians were quite lucky I to VJ10I7SVA2I4S Out On BondIn "There Is a certain amount of tries to gather data from spacecraft called LEM on the surface in within eight miles of the surface HICKORY FARMS

take home all three. Nevertheless 4> Q sentiment within the National intended to pass near the 196S or 1900Eggleston. and the pilots would snap pictures .- ,,-..
.., ,, .
JM2 a. c "
American AKS "
players tend
to Murder Case Aeronautics and Space Administration moon orbit it or land on the said the proposed and drop an Instrument 11.-'"
be somewhat conservative In SOUTH that a reconnaissance surface. !Apollo reconnaissance flight package which'' would radio In-
bidding to the seven level. ,. AJ I
minion should be flown ThereIs
Many textbooks point out that KQM4J BARTOW William Preston a group of us In the rank and
t II 702 Griffin, 85-year-old accused! mur-
a grand slam should be bid ;if 'file who feel especially strong
4 derer, has been released from
It will succeed two out of three that Apollo should be a self-suf-
Neither side vulnerable. county Jail after posting a $15,
times. A contract that depends was
The bidding: 000 bond. MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
1 to 2 division'In
on a one suit
would offer about the right odds East South West North I Circuit Judge William K. Love Thieves Admit

But this is not the whole story 4 4 Pass Pass 4 N.T. set the bond amount after Griffin ', l C
Dble a. Dote, a. filed a writ of habeas corpus Mental State
In a pair the
game tendency
Pus I. Pass 7. ,
Is to bid grand slams even leu ., Pass Pass Pass The one-armed cafe owner ROCHESTER. N.Y. (AP) "
frequently. To fall in seven i Is West led the club two. was Indicted on a first-degree "Don't' start your car: --the radiator 'k.
almost' surely a disaster, while "
: murder charge In connectionwith Is gone, read the note
', '
bidding six and making an over the Dec. I shooting of Mon taped to Edith Onorati's automobile ;
South, Robert Mnuchin, won .
trick Is likely to be ft good score (
Tucker in Griffin's Lake :
the club lead In dummy
Some pairs miss the slam, some
Wales restaurant. The radiator taken while
bid the slam and ruffed a club, bringing down
fail to wrong make the overtrick.some Eait's king. Declarer,felt happier -, Last week, Griffin pleaded not she was at a bowling alley,
American when a trump lead to dum- guilty during his arraignment on Wednesday. The note was
most of their experts tournament spend life my's ace gained the queen and the charge signed, "The Insane Ones I

In worked out a safety play to WIIEL4
playing pair games fields of
mixed quality sometimes carry avoid a spade finesse. There Need sob Te ray Inlet/ /
was a danger that West held a
this philosophy into team play '
singleton spade king, so he cash-
international M3[ wrnI.
Using match ed the club queen and discarded BROTHERS'I
points a grand slam should be .
his spade jack.A
bid with approximately an even Is The Milt To SeeACCEPTANCE I
club was ruffed, establishing -
chance of success This statement AT
dummy's clubs, and the
allows for the fact that,
cashed. Mnuchin was
when a grand slam fails it may 1 spade was
prepared to run the remote risk y t:
not be possible to make even 12
tricks. that West was void In spades.When CORPORATION v
the spade ace held South n I i
Bid Against the Odds I was able to ruff a heart ruff the OP FLORIDA dCoMpass1HISE )' 1
with his last low low 1AYMINIS ,
In two situations it is even,spade queen Yti
right to bid seven when the trump the 10, and return to CASH 2CASH 11 cAuo I!
with ruff. Yee sryHd, Yo?sH usnw. Yw 5H Menasoo.oo
odds If the dummy a 1-
are against success
West's trumps were drawn and e39./o saoo.7o sreoo slso.ss slss91too11e Lr :
opponents take a save that odiCerwn"nf
s7so/1 15eeslee1r810
made the
dummy's clubs remaining
clearly be Inexpensive, a poor 11rkup 'r
The contract in
chance of a big score may be CAM I. WHARTON E
the other room was five diamonds LOANS IN OMEN AMOUNts OR 50a OTHER "
more attractive than a certainty IM MM Win tin inI
deal turned defeat 1551009 ARE COMPALAaLE
and the -
of a small score. Second eAr SIRVICI
there Is the non-infrequent "fiveor Into victory for the Mnuchin 217 $. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3161 ..

seven" hand. The opening! :team. 1'r

lead establishes a trick for the { .
defense, and the declarer has to .\
take a crucial finesse In dum-

my's long suit. If the finesse ; .L. ,"
loses the defense has two tricks; 'I, "
if it wins the declarer can discard t
all his losers and make

seven. In such circumstances, .
which are not easy to diagnose ., .t'' '
It cannot be right to play at theaix :. t :' I

-level. ..1
In the deal shown today, J ,

Club played team last game week, the in a North Cavendish player r4aCJ.sotetawa :/;; :::.''I J' ,

' thought she had found an unusual tlo'!
variety of the "five or seven" 1 : California sets
hand. The diagnosis war < i capri
slightly wrong, but the result I

was spectacularly successful.A close regularly 13.98. f 16.98
four no-trump over an openIng out -
four-spade bid is conventionally a 0 J I
used as a takeout bid fromYolande I \' : sale! 8.99
for all three unhid suits. North, ,
Mrs. Dorothy Hayden, was not U I
with her bid. but then 1\ vi .. t. :
happy t _
was no convenient alternative,, ) fl' Goy; colorful cotton print tops over royon textured pants_with a look of_

( and she hoped to .teer the bidding toft ondjpJdUrt' "... 'iI : rep all i 'For one ir1ow.;;prfcef ,Ypy'lLwontV1 ; Oveq *
into the minor suits on the HP *
; t
next of round.the five-spade This was bid the, which message pedal pusher uts ,, 'Qr.lyi! Pastel shades, 1016;' : : I 'f- "' j

was correctly interpreted by compare at 4.98 to 5.98 .L':;1.-: ',.0 ;. : 'I Maas' '.Sportswear. : ', .. '' ,1'', '"
South. i' ., ;:J ,
.North's dramatic bid of seven sale 1.99 "
1. ? : IIc "J'
diamonds war Influenced by several 'p
factors If South held first-i iI : "
I round control of spades the contract Perfect play clothes for I : ; :

1 might be unbeatable, as In your "back yard set" .1 r

fact it woe Falling such control -I "'? Choose from s t v era I
It was not unlikely that the'
; --.- I--.4 ; styles, novelty cotton sets .
defense would lead a spade and ; __ I
make the first two tricks. I dandy for spring and trout to fhartn? "
Further there was a good early summer wear Sizes R

chance that the seven-bid w\lIdl wear roses
discourage West from leadinga 2-3x, 3-6x. Not every V. e '

spade. He would Certainly expect 1 J style In every size. v
I i, \h. :; .00I '
hold first-round y .
North to .
fin X
make such a' J T
control to
: ,
bid. Without a spade lead South 9 Mass' Children's Wear ': :e hti r. A wonderful whimsy that's all fashion rs

might maneuver to discard his a 7rtr" two.roses In full bloom perch extravagantly .

own spades on dummy's clubs 4 : ,4 on the merest bubble of a veil and In*

\ 1 Stantly Invite compliments. Ready to bloom

Crime Takes ,a' t now. and through the Spring season.

15 Per Cent (AA v n, Mm' Hat Bart
r -

Dip In HavenWINTER ---j jc -

HAVEN Crime ( '
took a 15 per cent drop in :
Winter Haven last year according I --c-c1

to the annual crime /. ,

report issued yesterday by Police '1,
Chief Munsey Smith. rr
The report which is filed .
each year with the Federal .f 4 Jiiiiforlfc spans the seasons
Bureau of Investigation in I
Washington showed that in T %_.. _l
.. junior classic shirtwaister
decreue was
1963 the greatest
In armed robbery. In 1962. 17 4&
such robberies were reportedin 11.98
Winter Haven and in 1963 :

there were only six. All of the A ." r: Crisp stay fresh styling in your favorite

1962 cases were cleared and shirtwaist dress of Fortrel polyester/
five of the 1963 cases have *
been solved I' 'A Avril rayon. Select one in each color .

The number of grand larceny pink, blue, beige; 5.15.
cases dropped from 70
in 1962 to 43 last year. *v- Maas' Junior Terrace

No murders have been reported -
1960 but two /,
here since .
t .
charges were S ," "
manslaughter r 1 o I':", II '
filed, one in 1962 and one last ;
year. Both were results of automobile -
accidents: ,4

Forgery'IMreaH' Peterson folding strollercompare / / .

'!" !
thefts dropped
Automobile '...
from 71 to W- There were no .. ,
cases'of forcible rape in 1963 at 22.95 Q:

and one case the year before. L
The police department recovered -
more than $75.000 sale! 16.99 = : '"

worth of stolen property last

year.Forgery was the only crime, A stroller with three position reclining. 3 position canopy market \

with showing the a noticeable number increasingfrom increase basket and tray. triple chrome plated frame nylon wheel bearIngs \

20 in 1962 to 34 last year. adjustable foot rest. Multi! color print on white ground.
Collections on worthless YOUR ORDER TO "JANE LEE" OR PHONE

Because of the million-dollar nylon mesh ploy yard, by Argo, regularly 22.95 sale 15.99
sewer program which is nearing
completion, the police de-
partment Issued only 24,743

parking tickets last year.

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i' WATCH OUT FOR THAT GUYIVoice A Distinction

I' LEDGER EDITORIALS I --J ;IFPt. 1 / ::] With A BasicDifference

Studying Polk's Phosphate

INASMUCH! AS most of the phosphate centrates and of granular triple super

mined in the United States is phosphate. By ARTHUR KROCKWASHINGTONOne

mined in Florida, specifically, here in During the first year the courses IC jg.u,Mork! 0:awe
will be taught at selected schools. of the
Polk County, it seems proper that students -
in Florida's public schools havean These schools are in Lakeland, Bartow, exchanges In the long-distance is v ,6 a't

Fort Jacksonville Palatka debate between Gov. Rocke- t i
opportunity te give special atten- Myers. ,
tion to phosphate, Sarasota Satellite Beach St Petersburg feller and $... Goldwater in

Tampa and Titusville. their quest for the Republican
The Florida Phosphate Council ban i Y Ywr nomination for president concerns
The course will also be availableat
therefore undertaken sponsorship of the
the University of Florida In Gaines '. proposals
such a study, providing facts and exhibits ville. Governor says the Senator has b

that will be used under the direction made. For fundamental revisions *
The Phosphate Council is
of two members of the University composed 1Z'1 of foreign and domestic
of representatives of the phosphate .
of Florida staff Dr. LutherA. policies and sine watered
companies in this area. The
Arnold, a member of the depart- down.
the industry is making available surely
ment of secondary education, and Dr. These proposals Involve the
will be studied with special interestin > 9yct trylOkQl
Casper Rappenecker, head of the department role of the United States In
of geology. Polk and in neighboring Hills- the United Nations if Communist -

borough County, The young peoplein Ad China is admitted the
A booklet entitled "FloridaIUd
this area are constantly seeing perpetuation of the graduated

den Blessing" and a minute, color- abundant evidence of phosphate min- Income tax, how to deal with

sound motion picture entitled "Bless threat created by the
ing operations, and so their interestis the ARTHUR KROCK
ings From the Sea" will be used as already whetted. Castro regime In Cuba and

the basis for the course. several others.Goldwater .
Having comprehensive Information primary the Senator laughed

To each teacher in charge of the about phosphate, they will grow into has countered off similar Inquiries by saying

course will be given a kit consisting adulthood as citizens better informed with assertions that Us proposals that "when the teacher (Johnson -

of 50 pages of general background Information about one of Florida's major Industriesand have been misrepresented ) himself Is running, I

A geologic map of Florida, appreciating more its vital relationship \\ them. ,In and so doing ht has he has restated supplied would like to be a rather good
a map showing Florida's minerals resources to world agriculture and to details which, though student Accordingly, many

and industries, a copy pf special the numerous industries that make extensive preserving the substance and have concluded that he Is reserving -

publication No. 8 of the Florida use of phosphate.It consistency of his views on his dec lon.
these and other matters, have But inquiries of Republican
Geological Survey and samples of the
is a genuinely constructive con- placed them ia the categoryof
ore of pebble phosphate, of fine con- tribution by this Phosphate Council.the things desirable but notpossible leaden In Arizona disclose that
of attainment j in the this Is a misapprehension, although

; of the Peopl le]i present climate of American justified by Goldwatar's

I Tallahassee's politics.But own words. It arises, according -
Hospital Mystery contrary to the hopeful to these sources, from a
thesis of "Liberal" commentators
confusion between simultaneous
TALLAHASSEE has a hospital hospital are legitimately asking This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page* and politicians that candidacy for two nominations -

mystery. what is behind all this to-do" The Goldwater path of compromise Is following towardthe the and for election to

Seventy persona employed at Tal- Democrat said in an editorial. "Their This erfiterlel "ef* plferi the,"...,.,.". awn .'inioni ." ...tt... .f current Inttmr In the partisan "central tom the offices involved. What the

lahassee Memorial Hospital, most of questions are valid and deserve answers ," .rlil column, ll welcomes' H.. e,lnl... .f ,...... In Hie V.le. *f tfc. People. Cel"..... letter mm* census" to salvage what small senator has been saying, they
.. l ..i en4 ..., the wrir..'. .. ,. ..... .. he
(them nurses, resigned recently.It . What could cause 70 .1. .ddrew MUMS will k wfehlwU 0''* A elmuM eel outside chance may haveof explained, is that because the
ict4 250 weeds, mat. peeler co...... be end The Lesser reienrei the rihr .. rtiact ear Utt.* er nomination and/or election,
was a shock that shook the cap people to resign en masse? Why can't'the shorten ids Opinion, .f colunmbtt, eel oriior contributor .,,.., eliowltere .* this' MlIt's .. It seems to this observer that date of the Arizona senatorial
ital city pretty badly and there were reason for dismissal of two veteran the senator has not recantedthe primary and the Interests of
be if it is ? political credo he defines the in the he la
employes given, pertinent indirectly patty state
speedy efforts to find out what the to any minor, any It is very frustrating to driveto
Why doesn't the City Commission know All as "progressive"wnerva- compelled to be a candidate in
trouble was about cigarette, cigarette wrapper the post office with a hand- tism
what's going on? Why can't the pub- any substitute for either. ful of mall the same period for two nom
Soon the resignations were with unstamped only to inations. But they report he
drawn but only on a basis. lic know? Any person violating the provision find that the machine Is out WHEN, however on Jan. 3, already has Informed them
Then The Democrat sounded an of this section shall, for of order. I would like to suggest at Phoenix Ariz., he answered that if the San Francisco con

The resignations came after two ominous note by saying: : Cigarette smoking the first offense, upon a con to the U.S. Postmaster questions from the press vention chooses him as its ,
long-time employe of the hospital had I have found Is strictly after announcing his candidacyfor presidential nominee, he will
"If the hospital authorities or City viction thereof be fined not General that this Is
been dismissed. mental. If you want to quit no way to the Republican nomination. Immediately withdraw his en-
officials don't answer, maybe the next smoking, you must make up more than fifty dollars nor save money. he did Imply that he might try In the Republican Senatorial -
Tallahassee's Mayor and City Commissioners Leon County grand jury wlIlook into your mind to that and stick to less than ten dollars. ." "The mail must go through"but be a candidate in the 1964 primary in Arizona to beheld 'I

and that city's daily newspaper the matter When a grand Jury starts it. Section 859.07 of Florida ( with stamps). general and election for reelection both for president as In September

The Democrat, say they haven't asking questions, someone will an I had used tobacco in some Statutes provides: "Sheriffs JOHN R. LUPOSELLO senator. Since Goldwater had THIS REMOVES siml-

peen: able to get the story behind the swer." form since I was a teenager constables, their deputies or attacked President Johnson in larlty to the course any followedin
Now I am almost 84 and it is
upetlr, and BO the situation seems most In short any police officer shall enforce 1960 for this dual candidacy. 1960 by President Johnson
since nobody seems ableor some 10 years since I stopped the of section
provisions SolutionTo
Poor on the ground that It was an He was on the Texas ballotin
mysterious, willing to shed any light, it's time The way I stopped was with 859.06 and he may summon immoral species of "trickery"In the general election as a
"Tallahassee citizens who own to turn on the heat, more heat that is.,, an unopened package In' my any minor who may have or ProblemEDITOR which he never would en- candidate both for vice president
pocket.' When 1 wanted have had In Ms
possession any gage, he left a broad Impression and for reflection to the
\. smoke, I took it out and looked cigarettes to testify be- that he was retractingt senate, the SUM law having
jtt It and said to the package: fore the county 1udgeor any : Like Wally POOP,' what he h4 proclaimed to been changed to authorize
I : The Legion's Oratorical Contest t .Am 1.boas or ye/u? I am" justice of-ihe pai#. f t ." I think the "Park; 'and Shop" be a clear Issue of "morality"In this dual candidacy. Also, the
I and put It back in tnjf pocket. This Is Just another prohibition plan is a poor solution to the politics. change moved back the 1860anatorlal '

POLK COUNTY'S American Le- est in Florida schools especially I nave that package of cigarettes 'fares Florida has had downtown parking problem. Asked if he would 'drop the primary In Texas
most yet today unopened. since the year 1907. Since many downtown merchants Senate entirely" If he won the from late July and August to
gidn posts are joined in sponsorship of the schools as,close to Tampa as are If they want to add something are not participatingin party nomination for president the first Saturday in May,
the annual oratorical contest In which the schools in Polk County to the advertisements M. R. ANON the "Park and Shop" plan Goldwater replied only with a runoff If necessary on

high school students take part by It is therefore hoped that !in each add the statement: "Who Is it is possible to spend large that "I'll have to cross that the first Saturday In June.
boss, you or 1?" amounts of money in down bridge when I come to It" This enabled Johnson to go to
speaking on the U. S. Constitution.This of the Polk schools the principals and 'Mail Must
town stores and still have to We have an unusual the Democratic National Convention
year the Polk phase of the con- teachers will give enthusiastic supportto FRED DUTTON pay IS: cents an hour for the situation In this state in that at Los Angeles with

test will be centered In Mulberry, the contest by encouraging studentsto Go Through'EDITOR convenience of, parking In a we file for nomination (for the prestige of being the
nearby "Park and Shop" lot offices within the girt of Arisona party's already chosen nominee
where on the night of Feb. 21 'at the enter and by giving them due recog
Another for re-election to the
I question the legality of a voters) a few days be-
Legion home the students qualified In nition. : Dpe>n't It seem business deal wherein city- fore the Republican National Senate.

the contest will cpmpete. This is surely one of the most com- FarceEDITOR Post Ironic that the United States would owned parking lots are leased Convention and then the primary No change of the Arizona

Jt is a that has stimulated mendable of the numerous public and Office Department for the profit of a few merchants Isn't until the second election law Is required to
of dollars
program spend thousands to
In .
and the penalty of Tuesday September permit Goldwater to appear
much interest through the years and patriotic services rendered by the Legion : The title of Chapter provide the citizens of the many "just-looking, thanks" and I don't know what my on the same state ballot as

brought good results. and deserves the fullest measureof 859 of Florida Statutes, city of Lakeland with a beau- shoppers, These lots were purchased friends would da about It and the Republican nominee for
cooperation. 1961 (the latest edition) ts, tiful new post office overlooking with parking meter it's way too early to say both president and senator.
|t not only helps to
young people "POISONS Lake Wire and then
; ADULTERATED revenue and belong to all But it now develops the party
gain platform poise but also gives them DRUGS." Section 859.06 of put an unworkable, antique citizens of Lakeland not to a LATER In the Jan 3 Q. and in Arizona is on notice\ that,
special occasion to get a better under- said chapter provides: "No stamp machine in the lobby? handful of merchants A., and in appearances before if he wins the first contest, he
standing of the Constitution.Ever Larger Restaurants person shall sell, barter, fur- I have nothing against econ voters In the New Hampshire absolutely will withdraw from
nish or give away, directly or omy In government. However, N. I. B. presidential preference the second.
since it was founded the THERE IS an Interesting trend

American Legion has rendered exem- among eating establishments in Flor

plary patriotic service to our republic ida. Restaurants in the "seating type"

emphasizing the importance of category are getting larger but the SEATO Fades Away For FranceBy I

keeping our nation militarily strong number of such restaurants is decreasing -

and at the same time giving emphasisto .
C. L. SULZBERGER east Asia President Johnson Baked on' their own guerrilla did. They turn a blind eye to South Viet Nam as well as
the bedrock principles of Americanism There are 302 fewer 'beating type" JCtUi tyirk Zunr himself got caught up In this experience there, they the fact that France was a Laos and Cambodia were Included -

and to proper appreciation of the restaurants in Florida than there werea PARIS There Is scant and asserted contradictorilythat don't think we and our. South colonial power trying to save In the protected

freedom enjoyed by the American year ago but 21,913 more restaurant chance that relations betweenthe the general wanted to neutralize Vietnamese clients can win the an empire; that we represent region.
people. seats U.S.A. and France can both Viet hams and war without extending It to the obverse of the coin Such consultation Is now en-

straighten out until we start that he wanted to neutralize North Viet Nam and perhaps, Thus, today it is on South tirely lacking
Thus, the annual oratorical contest In Florida more and more of the analyzing Gaullist concepts only South Viet Nam. China And they don't believewe Viet Nam alone that De But De Gaulle considers

fits in perfectly with the Legion's de luxe type restaurants are being constructed with precision. The tendencyin The truth is France thinks are prepared for such a "taulle has his eye and, as in SEATO has reached the end

broad program of patriotic endeavor. especially in connection with Washington to misinterpretthe the least bad direction events giddy risk. Peking doesn't dislike other areas where France is of its vlsable life. Ha argues:
reality of French attitudes the idea of nuclear war linked with us by treaty obligations "Obviously If the area Is neutralized
The contest brings to light much luxury motels in the resort areas, most could take would be to forma
leads as much as other capitals the general Insists on would
only to trouble. In reexamining neutral regime in South Viet there he no
talent of them in for rich decor
splendid among students and going creating -
our own policy towards Nam-South Viet Nam alone taking back what he regards more reason for SEATO. The
the four top winners in the national an atmosphere of good taste. France, it is necessaryto not North Viet Nam. The The French simply don't admit as his freedom of action.In alliance has aa Its only Job

event are rewarded with scholarships.The The total of licenses held by Flor. know what French policy I.If Is French say this hesitantly but their neutrality proposal 1954 France joined the defense during a war and neutrality
we would avoid going off unification of Viet can worsen the South Vietnamese U.S.A. and six other nations would end a situation
scholarship for the first-place win- ida restaurants has increased the past so long as
half-cocked situation which Js already in signing the SEATO pact of war." This Is not agreeable
Nam as a Is based on
ner this year will be 4000. year by 758: to reach a total of 18,574, concept
bad. This
When one looks back over neutrality, they consider their very They remain obliges all parties to reading in Washington but It
The national finals this year will but the increase has been in the estab- the record one finds It blemished proposal the least disagreeable confident the United States' "consult immediately" If the had better be understood. Let

beheld in Tampa, and so there should lishments having counter service onlyor by delusion and confusion course. They acknowledgethat will finally have to evacuate area "Is threatened In any us get the facts straight
be exceptional manifestation of Inter- curb service only. Washington somehow feltit a communist regime excludes that tragic land, Just as France way." By a special protocol whether or not we like them.

/ could sway France from its neutrality In North VietNam
determination to construct a -ultimately to be sought
A THOUGHT But if have bl and selfish ambition In hearts, do not boast
you your
nuclear -but for the
1 force although this determination present, there is
and be false to the truth.-James 3:14.LAKELAND: .
actually predated no way of changing this Potomac Fever
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De Gaulle. Washington Insisted
on believing the general THEY THINK that the only
LEDGER would not veto British admission one of the three lands once
I to the Common Market comprising French Indochina By FLETCHER KNEBEL
and was startled when It occurred with some chance for a national -
Talk] about waste of talent. Instead of harassing Bobby Baker, Congress
regime Is Cambodia. Cambodia -* should have sent him to fix the winter
OAII.N.. '.*TCOwu. '''. over Olympics.
P 1ii1M JOHN H ..,.0* VprMlfentl Then, despite strong Indications has not been carved up "
Imperial) Polk County MAHHIt. A' SMSten : from Paris, Washington Ilk Laos and Viet Nam and *

World's Citrus Center A'h- '" .,.. .Hiten......U."u." CNaa1..""o'LtA HUNT 4vrt Men.pn.' AW".tlno: assumed there was nothing has a popular leader, Prince lied China says it will "bury" Khrushchev. Mao and {hnuhchev'are old
Mel. .las. easa.r. tslrww, imminent about De Gaulle's Sihanouk. Paris therefore drinking pals kind of bier buddies
intention to recognize Peking. sponsors Sihanouk and hopes *

And, when he did so, there that an eventual conferencewill LBJ hires a Princeton professor to think up some new Ideas around the
The LEDGER'S All 686-1151 \ seemed to be an initial miscon agree on International
telephones Deportments- of White House. It's the Johnson economy program: instead of a brain trust, one
ception. Washington apparently neu trusty brain.
thought the general was trality.
really launching a "two The French don't know it *

One Yeor . S20.SO One Month . $1.75 China" policy. It was plain Viet Nam can be discussed Ina Bobby Baker declines to talk for senate investigators. Ills motto is an old

SI is Menthi . .. $10.40 W... . . from the start that he had resolved conceivable conference. But one: actions speak louder than words.

Three Month. $ S 20 S"..., Only. Y.., . $T.10 on exactly the op- they will work anyway for In- *
site, a "one China" policy ternational guarantees of a
Republicans can't count Rockefeller out of the presidential
say you race.
that of Mao neutralized South Viet
Tse-tung Nam. Imagine the reaction, they ask, if Mrs. Rockefeller gives birth I tn June to
,,,,,I.h.. ..>.,....... eicopt loturo'eir' end. on h....., morninf ky Lokoloite' N...,.,.e Cere. They pray the situation In quintuplets?
Loktleiie', Florlo-o. I3SOZ NOW THERE has been needless North Viet Nam will eventual.
obfuscation over De ly change. They admit this ia *

Gaulle's real meaning when he a dangerous gamble but they Wihtonoins Senator Nelson urges another nickel tax on a pack of cigarettes -

- talks of neutrality in South see no alternative That'll make it easier for you to swear off or cuss on.

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I t' Today WASHINGTON Is Anniversary REPORT I 36 Cuban Fishermen Charged I

'Courageous Policy'By With Illegal Fishing Off FloridaKEY

FULTON'LEWIS JR. Note s A Ia WEST (AP) Thirty. law barring alien vessels from asylum In the United States said
Reports from exiles six Cubans described as Fl. taking fish from state waters. after reaching Miami that
WASHINGTON Today recently arrived In this coun del Castro militiamen by two After Cuban exiles and Cuban .
of fish off Cuba
marks the first anniversaryof try indicate Castro has opened defecting companions were In Americans demonstratedalaln.t scarcity brought
a "bold and a them toward U.S. waters
courageous pol new campaign to oust
jail today charged with Illegal. the fishermen, a heavy
icy" that was to be Uncle Sam from In Havana Cuban Foreign
t major the Quantanimo 1aYw..v. ly fishing In Florida waters guard was thrown around Mon
missile in naval Minister Raul Roa sent note
our a
strategic arsenaL base He has the
where the 36
County Jail.
Florida authorities arrestedthe roe
.... wholehearted support of Ni- of protest to the United Nations,
I were held there In lieu $1,000
Oft Feb ', 'jatZaMi*? kita Khrushchev who lut men Wednesday night after ball each saying the Incident risked "In
federal officials had questionedthem "
month reaffirmed Kremlin ternational peace and security,
1983, Secretary
policy on IT occasions: K for three days. Effigy HangedThe Roa asked the U.N. to "de-
ft Defense "We salute the peoples that The United States turned demonstrators hanged mand the Immediate release of
Robert t fight for their liberation, those them over to Florida explaining Castro In effigy and threw him the fishermen kidnaped and the
federal laws provide no penaltyfor into the from Mallory Dock, ."
McNama.ra' who are good fighters, and sea return of the ships. .
summonedthe we wish them complete success Illegally fishing In Amerl adjacent to the Coast Guard -

Pentagon In this fight We sa can waters dock, where the Cubans had i Complete l
press corps to.an lute the battle of the Cuban Asst State Atty. Gen Joe Jacobs lived aboard their trawlers The I INSURANCE
eaytraoMlnary people, for the liquidation of said the men faced a possible boats were herded there by the I WVICktenter ,
sewsC0nteh the Guantanamo military base one year sentence or $500 Coast Guard from Florida Dry
The soil of Guantanamo fine or both under a Florida Tortugas Islands, where they I Upihew,
ence. Mincing LEWISno Is Cuban soil and must be re were boarded Sunday. Inc. ZOSSS.
Ne a. TMI*. Av*. Ml U* til*
words, McNimara spelled turned to Cuba i-- Cabinet Members The two_who received political'
out:. tough new policy. Refugees recently arrivedin I
At any cost, he said the Miami have Informed experts I
United States would "prevent of the Citizens Commit. Seek Re-Election I r Fresh Spring Styles et
the use ol Cuba as a base for tee for a Free Cuba that Stock.Up Prkttl All
subversion or overt aggression Communist troops are diggingin Soy 0* THI MONTH-Udl.y' H. W..r, kit rest retla'enr el the Florida lichen** end I TALLAHASSEE (AP'Eachof
against the nation e( this outside the U. S. base One ..ktlen** lichens Club ,...*..tI T.", ,,,, GUM, IT, MX ef M,. end. Mr. Stark F. Glen. .f ItJJhereli i iC. Florida six Cabinet members ;:ft the Quality Brentweedt
t hemisphere." well-Informed exile places the ..e Trail cater, tey-f.Hi..M.ntk ewerd while Ctnnl Zimmermen, chairman., .leeks. MGinri was seeking re-election today ?. Are "
McNamara welcomed questions number of Soviet troops in the s Ukln4, Senler. High Scheel trudent end. ,...141..., *f the thident. ..".cll, It eligible. for,i ia .following the announcementthat neIMI....inausJFuaerl e.
from newsmen. What northern part of Oriente Pro $JOO .......hl, for the l.y.ef-riit.YMr ew.rd re be pretenred. by the Junier. Indians. Club the senior member, Treasurer QUALITY' .
would happen if Castro were vince (our base Is In the southof Tk. lichens. ',..j.ct It e neH.nel 9aeh.,... Club prelect which lekelend. prticlpetd In fr the J. Edwin Larson was a ALWAYS FIRST Half Sliest
found to be exporting revolu that province) at more than fin* tim. candidate for a seventh term.
7,000. His estimate Is backedup ----- r
tion? The Secretary was Larson, first elected In 1940
quick to answer: "We have a by some 30 escapees who said Wednesday he would seek
contingency plan to prevent recently conferred with officials State Senators Vote To Defeat College Tax Bill the Democratic party nomination
that situation" of the Free Cuba group In the May primary. He Is

Within two weeks John Mo .in"Radio Miami-directed missiles" WASHINGTON (APFlorida college education for the chll portion of their college{ expenses the Cabinet dean after 23 years Nis

Cone director of the Central have been set within Sens Spessard L Holland and dren. on their tax return. The In office.
up range Only one member of the CabInet
Intelligence Agency testified of Guantanamo according to George A Smathers were among The vote Tuesday was 48 to 45 vote was 47-47. has any announced opposltlon .
before the House Committeeon I
Affairs one exile Mortimer Fernan senators who defeated a tax bill They also helped beat downan Rep. Earl Haircloth of
blunt Foreign: was deE. He said that all of Ori- amendment by Sen. Abraham amendment, Sen. Winston L. The owners of Union StationIn Dade County said last month he
ente Province Is Russian- Riblcoff, D-Conn., to give families I Proity, RVt, offered to allow Washington offered to sell It would run against State Atty.
Fidel Castro is spurringand occupied" and scoffs at reports tax savings on the cost of working students to deduct a to the federal government for tl Gen James Kynes
supporting the efforts of the Soviets have pulledout
Communists and other revolu- their troopsState .
tionary elements to overthrowand I
seize control of the governments I PM 1 ;
In Latin America : Won't \
McCone described Castro | I

tactics in Venezuela Peru, Increase OPEN P' ,I
Ecuador, Panama, Brazil, enneiff t1i! 11t I. ) .
Bolivia, Nicaragua, Uruguay, I
Argentina and Colombia He Tobacco
disclosed that Cuban agents
sought the assassination of AllotmentsWASHINGTON 1T1ell
ami Communist leaders
throughout the hemisphere'
He exposed Castro trained (AP)-Florida
agents throughout Central and tobacco growers had little encouragement A our regular for
Open now
South America and chargedthat today from federal
Communist arms officials that their tobacco acreage Fortrel polyester'n cotton blends! Fine cot
had been smuggled In. allotments for this year PenneyCharge
The "contingency plans" referred would be raised.Agriculture I tons! Sheaths, shirtwaists, even sweeping 4-
to by McNamara were Secretary Orville I AND EVERY THURS., FRI & MON. yard skirts! Prints, checks, stripes, solid colors!

not utilized. Nor would they Freeman told a delegation from Buy now and save!
be Invoked in the coming year, Florida and Georgia Wednesday
as Castro would step up his that there was little chance that Now! TIME l
revolutionary tempo a 10 per cent reduction In acreage p LIMITED
Earl E. T. Smith the Am allowed for type 14 flue FOR ,
erican ambassador who warned cured cigarette tobacco could be
in vain that Castro was a restored. y'' ''yj '' 8M

Communist recently spelledout Governors of both states Far. Irr111 ,
a few of the presentdayCuban rls Bryant of Florida and Carl, ,
ventures: Sanders of Georgia and sens < I nrh
I. In Northeast Honduras, tors and congressmen from th e'
Communist-supplied guerrillas neighboring Mat., made thpleat '
,have massed in great numbers 1
to invade Nicaragua. N. Chain: Seen
54 .... ,2. In Venezuela Cattro- Freeman told the delegatlorthat
\ backed terrorists continue he didn't think there wai
their violent efforts to over any legal way to cut the type 1' aI
throw freely-elected govern. acreage allotments less than the
ment. Caracas Is kept in turmoil cuts given other types of tobac-
with attacks, bombings, co.
arson and sabotage Spokesmen for the tobacco e I
3. The regime of Francois farmers told him, however that NI ; sr
Duvalier, witch doctor turn splitting types was not only legal .
ed dictator i Is threatened In but required by federal law.
Haiti. A foothold In that na Cigarette tobacco productionis
tlon would mean Communist a multimillion dollar enterprise .
control of the Windward Passage In a belt of agriculturalland If
the main shipping route lying In north Florida and ,
between North and South Am. South Georgia And officials in
erica It would give the Redsa neither state said they were
harbor opposite the U. S. ready to accept the conferencewith
naval base at Guantanamo Freeman as the last word. b bd {
Bay Cuba. I Florida had 687S affected
4. Castro-trained agents create growers this year who grew tobacco -
a major crisis at the worth $141 million.
Panama Canal I
Smith revealed that Castro i FISH TO LAMPS
has built a fleet of armed MIAMI-After the porcupinefish ,
power boats to shuttle suppliesand had Inflated itself Into abail I
ammunition to agents sent !, the Japanese used to hollow .
into Central America. It out and use It as a Ian.
The Bearded One has opened tern, says the Miami Seaquarl ? gtM ell our regular 3.93Brentwoodi 2 $7
two new schools In which urns Capt. Bill Gray, In this now for
trained for these fish are often
paratroopers are country
Butcher Dacron' polyester and
future conflict More than goo made into floor or.table lamps rayons
Latins are now In vigorous L it 1a cotton blends, nylon jersey, Zontrel poly-
training, picking up the latest Detailed studies show that a nosic rayon 'n cotton! Fashion-y styles .
techniques of guerrilla warfare marked warm spell generally smart spring colors!
from Soviet and Cuban takes place across most of the
instructors United States and southern kp .
Yet the contingency plans" Canada around the third weekof

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"/ LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday Feb. I. KM I

T3RDAYT.MONEYSAVEft. 12Week Christian- sade Mrs. Oswald Walks Erect, AloneBy I

STERLING F. GREEN cort takes her arm she shakes mured gently In English on stance, toward the hearing
Gets Under Way Feb. 24 WASHINGTON (AP She his hand off. i Monday I room where she answers the
walk erect and alone, this When the cameramen run That's the "'rI. Lee Harvey question of the presidential In.
widow of 22 who believes her and stumble backward In frontof Oswald you see during the rare vestlRatlng commission headedby I
!, A two-week Christian Crusade, ties and 30 churches In Lakeland husband was the assassin of her, the I* a little amused momenta when she la on public Chief Justice Earl Warren.
led by Georgia evangelist Sam are now involved in preliminary 'John f. Kennedy a bit' frightened. display Walking in a knot of She'f Alone
Todd., will begin Feb. 24 at the planning for the crusade I When an overly solicitous es "Silly, silly people," she mur- Secret Service men, for in-, The curious gape, the report
City Auditorium, sponsored and and 70 per cent of Lake ers trail and the Secret Service
supported by Lakeland and Polk land's churches are expected to men are aU around her But
County churches Join in the effort before the crusade r1I Russian-born Marina Oswald U
GALS LOVE THESE The crusade an Interdenominational begins I alone.
I 0 non-segregated meeting Individuals from each church She Is apparently alertly
L..O'NG will begin every night at are being appointed to coordinate conscious the I* exhibit No. 1
(LEAN 7:30: o'clock except March 1, the publicity efforts. in the search for the truth In
when an afternoon youth rally Heading the work for the cru1- Kennedy's assassination.
will be held at the Branscomb sade Bender
are: Z. Cashman But when the elevator doors
Auditorium at Florida Southern Jr. the Rev.
i Joseph Huntleyand
I close shutting off the flash
College R. William Schroter, president bulbs' glare Marina Oswald
The evangelist ha* traveled of the Greater Lakeland s.t elevator
8 turns to the operator
throughout South Korea for the Chamber of Commerce; Jere r smiles ar real smile. and says
National Council of Churches for Stambaugh, Auburndale: the In accented English, "Good
South Korea and has done Interdenominational Rev. D. N. Asbury Jr., Bartow; morning, how are you today?"
work in 40 the Rev. Harvey J. Klein, Mulberry Then until the day-long ordealof
foreign countries ; and Larry Rollins, Win. questions begins she chats
It Churches Begin ter Haven. with those around her.

,The Rev Mr. Todd I II 1 graduate Her demeanor under Interrogation
of Asbury College In Kentucky Vandals Damage is apparently faultless.
r After each session ,Warren
'and U the son of a minis
ter. He Is also a graduate of describing her appearance has
Holmes Bible College and Seminary Heavy EquipmentWINTER used words like "calm," "com
in Greenville, S. C. He now posed, "very cooperative
resides In Atlanta. HAVEN A bull On leaving, the slender young
Five Polk County' municipal-_ ,,! dozer and a diesel tractor have mother she weighs no more
been reported vandalized at the than 100 pounds,' it that much
I INCOME TAX Superior Paving Company lot poses for photographer in '
on South Spring Lake. the lobby, and back comes the
Get eerlyl HER TESTIMONY MAY II 'LifETIME' SlCUT-M" Males Oeweld.'' lIu..I.wl".w dLae faint, taut smile that masks
A Big rJI e Service I A spokesman police that for the the instrument companytold H.,.., o.w.ld, ,......td than chastee. aWdiel durl"l ,10",11..1.". I.. her .,........u. 6.t.re what 1* said,to be .a broken .
R. G. JENNINGS panels on the dashes were broken the Warns C.I..I0. The t..tlmeay .f she 22..ld wi"." s.ac.n/sae/ ..."10 .c.dl"l rhea front tooth.
lei N. ",..I "vpfcMit .. ", ....... .. ,...
MU s..*.. MU a.Mrs and sand was placed In the .1.,1"1 .f'Joh. K."" ", sat k la y.ur Iit.N-a. Chl.f J.tlc. E.I W. The waiting quartet of Secret
at VM us ..... T.. MTVIM ..,,, .. ...
l fuel tanks_of both vehicles, wh. beds the ,1..1. I..tll.ti" the .tie..f Kaaedy CAP Wlrghk.t' Service men closes around her.
- -
.'i and all stride to an unmarked
government ear. It moves away
to the seclusion of an undisclosed

A. A".I" styled By Stvphcms dwelling.
: She'* More Attractive

I. LIFT .... 1'66 l I Much has th.naed'Iinee theIIsallln'
3.49 rifle spoke three
RED LAKELAND'S I times in Dallas,' and some of
the change has happened to
L Marina Oswald. '
For one thing, she has be
202 Reel come more attractive.
f "Picture. made in Dallas In
the day following }he horror
I 2020 Rod I IAmellea'll showed the face of a woman at
If i Quantity Right Reserved least half again Marina's true

age, with stringy hair, blank'
PricedFoolpoof I BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITE IN '64 eyes and heavy. Irregular eye.

Spinning Talkie I I brows.Now her medium-dark brown
I TYOU save, save GOLD BONO stampsROUND hair is short and feathery
202 Reel i* not w cheap Import, but made by Zebco to Zebcoi I A trace of eye-ahadow, it appears
high standards. Has stainless steel spinnerhead, nitraUhardened. has deepened the color
Thumb control button. Anti$11.90 Retail of the bright blue eyes. The
reverae.2020 Rod is two-plec 1)3" glaa brows are arched and regular.\

Black. Cork nylon bandf.with wrapping and positive precision reel lock.fer- ** 07rulea. T'BONE 'make High today's heels and Mrs erect Oswald carriage look .

.. 1 I taller than she is: Her modish
I coat of midnight blue is always
SAVE $5.00 ON FAMOUS buttoned in public.
SCOTT'S SPREADER The voice Is soft and pleasant.
Her English i* good enough for
small conversationnot. good
enough for the witness'ch.lr.1,
+x 1 She has refused, interviews
i I here, though she recently said
i Iin a Dallas television Interview
that I "I have too much fact,
and facts tell m. Lea shotKen
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A "Twlrp Twirl" Stararama
will be presented Friday night
BABY BEEFSTEAKS I at the new civic center from 9
RIB o'clock until midnight under
tI the sponsorship of the Lakeland .
FIRST CUTS Keyettes, Lakeland Youth
Board and Radio Station WONN.
( I Featured on the program will

Pork Chops 3 Ibs $1 LB. 690.I ,!who be. the style the American Ardells themselves, Beetles from after Miami formerly the.,

i British Beatles in songs and
BRISKET Two bands, the Eldorados

Get 18.95' Spreader for 13.95 Stew 3 .79t'lU.h. / from from Lakeland Tampa and, will the also Rivieras be fea
3 $1 1
BOTH FOR 19.90 0 Bacon Ibs. . .... i tured Dress on for the the program.dance will be

OTH FOR 1190 WITH TURF iUILDIR. .., er Bollard J sports wear. Tickets are on tale
at the Recreation Center for
FRESHLY ) '$1.25 single and S2: with a date.
1SCU1TS FOLGER'S (I'Tickets at the door will cost
$ \ $150 single and $290 with a

aso Z.99 urndBeef 3 Ibs. 1 Limit Each I 5 f IE i I I date.

;State Senators
2 BAY Reg. 11.50 6.43 HAWAIIAN O Y" Help Defeat

10 Ft 2.IS Antenn Sectien* Meat LARGE Punch ............. 34il: ::
__ BOX COMET C.. Lila49C Excise Repeal

2,9tVda. Cleanser . .. 2&2V:; I WASHINGTON (AP-Florld
1.99 limit IIYrtaIN Orttr Sens. Holland and Smathers
e' C STAR KIST CHUNK helped defeat a proposal

38c V.lu.65. e 2 5 Tuna . .... ... .. .61/cV29\ GEORGIA Wednesday to repeal present
C federal excise taxes on Jewelry,

_ RLUI BONNET handbags, cosmetics and furl.I .
CEILING The measure lost 48-43.
LAMP HOLDER INDOOR ANTENNA Limit t With MM 0.... MargarineIWANJON . 2 a..: 55'tPotatoesHAPPY I 1 They also helped beat down
tax bill amendment by Sen.
KID IONIDPeanut Paul H. Douglas D-Ill.. to Increase

Butter 2 !!; 69Chicken ..,.. .. .... 'c."' 33' minimum the proposed deductions new to standard give-

[ L29C PURINA RAGS 5 49c tax relief to low Income fami
v':: 8C lies. The vote was 7123.
Valve Dog Chow . 5 ..*.69Dog Food . . 6 :.49- Ibs.


MP CEILING'I. HOLDER WIRE ADAPTER GROUNDED SI Cheese" . . I;::: 35Tator Tots . .. .1. .27GREEN I Escapes Crash;

Fun RID 'ROSTY ACRISFordhooks 54! One Is Killed

-,.... ..... Kidney Beans 2C':.. 29' . 21:ice:::: 37' Cabbage' .. Lb. I PENSACOLA (AP-A driver

Ch'J.I. .. of a stolen car being pursued by
!9s. t2' 7feVdY. Laundry Detergent DETERGENT LIQUID WITH PREMIUM police escaped Wednesday night
S8c. Dove ,,after crashing Into another car
vs. Ajax Breeze Lux Silver Dust SoapGt. and man killing a 33-year-old Brent

SWITCH .CEILING Pull LAMB Ch.in HOLDER a- 69', LL. 35' 1.011. JD< Lt. 35" 2 Re,. 39' I Emmett Police (Identified W Whitfield.the victim Officers as
lox Sis Btl. Bon
SI"II. '01. Groo.d.d" Outl.tsToad Box said the driver of the stolen car
crawled out of the wreckageand
NABISCO JACK'S SUNSHINE escaped on foot after the

a Triangle Thins Crisco Oil Crisco Ass't. Cookies Krispie Crack's I crash Capt.chasing George the stolen Tourt car the, said officer

the unidentified driver had
24-0 I.Lb.
39' Alt 33" 39" 3V turned off his lights to evade
Bti. Can
.lox Bag u.
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.. ., T +q___ I-LAKELAND-- LEDGER. Thursday, Feb, 1.1 HI 71. .- I

t. Yr RI Yemen To Get First

01 'Daily Newspaper Soon %

SANGJA. Yemen un The only paper In the country, 4
Yemeni! government plant to Issue appeared at hit pleasure to Sib'a.1 $ (pjW&ADA UWl
: : i : this month the tint modem,lish his speeches or pSU
dally newspaper in the historyof newt of his activities I V 1f
this ancient land The Republican regime which,, ,
It will be a revolution fa U-:overthrew the Imam in 1962,has
colt. imported an Egyptian printing) )
I II I/ Until now, the only printing expert named Mohamed Kha
house In Santja has consisted of leel, IS printers and severs CHOCOLATES
I n two creaking manual pres.e'.1 crates of new equipment ,
ya which the Turks left Abdulhafet Kaid. director of 'a 'v A delicious assortment of
years ago, operated by an octogenarian the Yemeni Information Depart-I 0 0' fine chocolate. Full pound
It Yemeni printer .ment, said the "" "' i.sO of nougats, crtmts, end eta
modem daily would appear as c
Then)'eal'lalo the late Imam
1as soon as the and a photo
Ahmed two Brit- press
(king) bought
ish ,and German presses but laboratory are ready.
they stayed In their wooden I PLANS 4TH MARRIAGE POUND
cases after their arrival. Thinking HOLLYWOOD (AP) Singer
it over the Imam heeded Peggy Lee, 39, announced plans
advisers who told him a modern'Wednesday for her fourth mar-
newspaper could bring "modern'riage-to Argentine-born bands-!
evil thoughts'" to Yemen I men Jack Del RIo-In her ,Beverly l

While the. Imam ruled the- Hills home Feb 21_ __ __ III I I r ,. tatZKDI Jay

i ', Also choose from
f. II N, large fslscllodf
l J ,. hearts by N....
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A T 3RS.DAYT. 2-Week, Christian Crusade Mrs. Oswald Walks Erect, AloneBy

STERLING F. GREEN I tort takes her arm, aha shake mured gently In English on stance toward the hearingroom
Gets Under Way Feb. 24 WASHINGTON (AP) She his hand off. Monday. where she answers the
walks erect and alone, this I When the cameramen run That's the Mrs. Lee Harvey question of the presidential In*
widow of 22 who believes her and stumble backward in front Oswald you see during the rare vesllgatlng commission headedby I
MONEYSAVRSGALS I A two-week Christian Crusade, ties and 30 churches, In Lakeland husband was the assassin of of her, ahe Is a little amused, moments when she Is on public Chief Justice Earl Warren.
led by Georgia evangelist Sam] are now Involved In preliminary John P. Kennedy, a bit frightened. display Walking In a knot of She' Alone
Todd, will begin Feb. :24 at the planning for the crusade When an overly solicitous es "Silly, silly people," she mur Secret Service men, for in The curious cape, the reporters
City'Auditorium, sponsored and, and 70 per cent of Lake trail and the Secret Servicemen
supported by Lakeland and Polk land's churches are expected to are all around her, But
County churches.The join in the effort before the crusade Russian,bore Marina Oswald la
LOVE THESELEAfrM crusade, an Interdenominational begins.Individuals. I alone.
12-I1 non-segregated meet from each churchare She la apparently alertly
LoONG ing will begin every night at being appointed to coordinate !. conscious she Is exhibit No. I
? 7:30: o'clock except March I. the publicity efforts. in the search for the truth in
/ when an afternoon youth rally Heading the work for the en.-- Kennedy's assassination.
will be held at the Branscomb Bade arc: Bender 2. CashmanJr.
But when the elevator doors
Auditorium at Florida Southern the Rev
; Joseph Huntleyand .
close, shutting off the flash.bulbi'
f .
College R. William Schroter pre.l.dent
: glare ,Marina Oswaldturns
The evangelist has traveled of the Greater Lakeland
to the elevator operator
throughout South Korea for the Chamber of Commerce; Jere .
smiles ar real smile and .ayeIn
National Council of Churches for I Stambaugh, Auburndale; the accented .English. "Good
South Korea and has done interdenominational Rev. D. N. Asbury Jr., Barlow; ?"
morning, bow arc you today
work in40 the Rev. Harvey J Klein Mulberry Then until the day-long ordealof
.. foreign countries. ; and Larry Rollins, Winter questions begins she chats
SO Churches, Begin Haven with those around her.

.The Rev. Mr. Todd is a graduate Her demeanor under Interrogation
of Aabury College,in Ken. Vandals Damage Is apparently faultless.
tucky-and II the son of a minis After each session,: ,Warren 'Jn,
ter. He is also a graduate of describing her appearance has
Holmes Bible College and Seminary Heavy EquipmentWINTER used words like "calm," "com
In Greenville S. C. He now posed 'very cooperative.
resides, In Atlanta. HAVEN A bull- On leaving, the slender young
> s Five Polk' County' municipal-! dozer and a diesel tractor have mother she weighs no more
been reported vandalized at the than 100 pounds,. if that much
INCOME TAX ,'Superior Paving Company lot poses for photographer in
on South Spring Lake. > the lobby, and back comes the
Gt y SWP v'I i S.rvlc.! A for the HER TESTIMONY MAY II 'LIFETIME' SECRET-Mi*. M...... OiwtU, Ru..1...-..r. widow .f faint taut smile that masks
A Big :s I told spokesman police that the Instrument company U. Harvey Otw.lt), ,......t.4 HMM. character tnirfltt during InNrmiuloM/ In fctr pt.....,.. k.'." what is saidto, be .a broken. .
R. G. JENNINGS panels on the dashes were broken tk. W.,... C.mmi..iofi. The h/ellno.r *f the 22-y...-. widow cmctriilnf tvfiito "r.t.dins' the front tooth.
Q ea.n.111 MU N.'.L'N.. Av.MU. .....fau and sand was placed In the tUylns 'John f. Kcniwdy" "iw.y ...t to ..!.... In ymir "M.im.," Mid Chlif J. tk. Earl W.rr.n The waiting of Secret
v.... Nices ... __... .. ..... ... .. .... quartet
fuel_.tanks. of. both vehicles. wh. k d> the cvmmitiloii tins the M* ln f K. ..'. AP Wlr.phe .) Service men closes around her.
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-- and all stride to ,n unmarked
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I Ito the seclusion of an undisclosed

As Ad...$... Styled By Stephens' RALPH Frees\ 'jiiYAf $ She's dwelling More Attractive

al' I66fftfO Much has ch.naed'Iince thla.sa..ln'l

1.49Amstlea' RED & WHITE MARKET J5. I RED & WHITE MARKETWEST I the times change in Dallas rifle has,'.happened spoke and some three to of

Marina Oswald. '
MEMORIAL BLVD. HIGHWAY 98 For one thing, she baa. be
202 Keel Free come more attractive.
jEIK47EozoRod Pictures made in Dallas In
the days following the horror
showed the face of a woman at
Quantity Rights Reserved least half, again Marina's true
age, with stringy hair, blank
lowsll-Pllesd I BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITE IN '64 (eyes and heavy, Irregular eye.

fool pool Spinning Tackle "YOU I' GOLD I Now her medlum-dark brown
: save, save stampsROUND hair is short and feathery.A .
202 Reel ie not a cheap Import,but made by :Zeboo to Zebco trace of eye-shadow, it apope.n.
high standards. Haa atalnlees steel splnnerhead nitrate" has deepened the color
hardened. Thumb control button. Anti$11.90 Retail' of the bright blue eyes. The
reverse. 2020 Rod Is two-piece 6'3" glees brows are arched and regular.
Black nylon wrapping and precision ferJTR7 I High heels and erect .
T'BONe carriage
reel lock.
rules. Cork handle with positive ft jf 'I make today's Mrs. Oswald look

1 I taller than she. is. Her modish
coat of midnight blue is always
SAVE $5.00 ON FAMOUS 1 buttoned in public. '

SCOTT'S SPREADER The voice is soft and pleasant
Her English Is good enough for
small convel'l.tiontint good
enough for the witness'chsir.i,
> t11L \ t She has refused, interviews
t -' r I here, though she recently said
t wk II:in a Dallas television I / interviewthat
"I have too mucK facts,
+, and facts.. tell we In ,shot.".n- .
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FIRST CUTS land Keyettes. Lakeland Youth

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Two bands the Eldorados

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BOTH FOR 19.90 SIi'd Bacon Ibs. . ".. Cured Dress on for the the program.dance will be

OTH FOR 11.90 WITH TURF IUILDCR Pillsbury. er Bollard I sports wear. Tickets are on saleat
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FRESHLY l1\'tS .1.23 single and S2 with a date.
'SC FOLGER'S II Tickets at the door will cost
1 11.50 single and $2.50 with a

6.10 2.99 \ n d ueet 3 Ibs. $1 limit Each 5 f IElr I date.State Senators '

2 BAY Reg. 11.50 6.43 HAWAIIAN O Y" Help Defeat
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eye.' 25 STAR Tuna KIST CHUNK.<. VV:;. 29 GEORGIA helped Wednesday defeat to repeal a proposal prtlentreder.1

excise taxes on Jewelry.
ILUI SONNET handbags cosmetics and furs.

CEILINGLAMP HOLDER INDOOR ANTENNA algal a WIM N.N Orlr Margarine . 2 J; :: 55" Sw t Potatoes I The They measure also helped lost beat, 4S-down 5. a

tax bill amendment by Sen.
HAPPY KID SWANS0Peanut IONID Paul H. Douglas, D-IU.. to Increase
Chicken f 3::: 33 I the proposed new standard .
Butter 2 :It:; 69 minimum deductions to give

PURINA RAGS 5 49c tax relief to low income (amilies. -
v. 48c : : Food The vote was 71-23.
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LAMP CEILING HOLDER WIRE ADAPTER GROUNDED Cheese: :35;: Tator Tots lk. 27* GREENCabbage Escapes Crash;

Pull Chain JOAN OP'ARC'RED: FROSTY ACRESFordhooks One Is Killed

""' Beans 2 100. 29< 2 -37< .. L..5'
"'- Kidney ? :.:?:: I
PENSACOLA (AP-A driverof
a stolen car being pursued by
..91V.I. 58c TS Laundry Detergent DETERGENT LIQUID WITH PREMIUM police escaped Wednesday night
... Y.I.' Dove after crashing into another car
,Ajax Breeze Lux Silver Dust Soap and man.killing a 35-year-old Brent

CEILING LAMB HOLDER Gt, Le.. U-0. I Police' Identified the victim as
SWITCH 35f. QCt,! Lge.
Single Pol. Greand.d P.11 Ckdn OYtl.ea s 69 Sue BH. 3D Box 35f. 2 EX 39f.lox Emmett W. Whitfield. Officers
laid the driver of the stolen car
:crawled out of the wreckageand
NABISCO. JACK'S SUNSHINE escaped on foot after the
Crisco Oil Crisco ,crash.
Triangle Thins Ass't. Cookies Krispie Crack's I Capt. George Tourt, the officer .
chasing the stolen car, said
the unidentified driver had
39' tf4T Con LbQQt W 39 31f. turned off his lights to evade
Box Ba9 Lb.
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T .IJM::. J .. LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday-- 7 I' ._.

Yemen To Get First oQ '

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Daily Newspaper Soon o dn )bj

SANGJA Yemen A The only paper In the country Sib'a,I
Yemeni government plant to Issue appeared at his pleasure to publish hLC ad ?oh uh
this month the first modern his speeches or poems or T
daily newspaper In the historyof news of his activities. I UMCHOCOLATES
this ancient land The Republican regime, which I, t2,
It will be a revolution In Ito overthrew the Imam In 1962, heel D
self I imported tn Egyptian prlntln
Until now the only printing expert named Mohamed Kha. _
house In Sangja/ has consisted of leel IS printers and several II
two creaking manual presses crates of new equipment
which the Turks left behind 60 Abdulhafez Kald. director of s A dtllclous assortment elft
years ago operated by an octogenarian the Yemeni Information Depart-'I' o'o ** ehecol ts. Full pound
Yemeni printer I ment modern, said the would e t1c ; of nougats, cremes, and ore.
daily appear aa
Then the late Imam I 1
years ago '
(king) Ahmed bought two British ]soon ai the press and a photo 1+
and German but laboratory are ready
presses ONE
they stayed in their wooden.I PLANS 4TH MARRIAGE P im 'OUNI>99*
cases after their arrival Thinking HOLLYWOOD (AP) Singe
It over the Imam heeded Peggy Lee, 39, announced plan
advisers who told him a modern I I Wednesday for her fourth mar
newspaper could bring "modern rlage-to Argentine-born bandsman .
evil thoughts" to Yemen. I Jack Del RIo-In her Beverly
While the Imam ruled, the Hills home Feb 21,_ _' I

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e LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday Feb. t,

I Congo Government Getting No U. N. Assistance To Quell Rebellion I IC I.

( )}1r6r'tI Irk dimes than 3.000 combat troops serving -!give them, but they have not luabourg capital of the province -In Idlofa and Cungu, two towns tal population is one and a half' Two tribes, the Bapend and'com. but The will leave sooner be orlater.
liked" the officer said. of the lime in the rebel eons Both are. million. The Congo' total population the Babunda, live in the araa. people may ,
I command In name.
under the U.N.
LEOPOLDVILLE. Congo about 60 mile from Kikwit, cap- Is 14 million.Building afraid of both sides and try to-
The Congo government la being the Congo and "they are tied Inspect Troops Need Protection ital of Kwilu. Then, accordingto Both seem to be backing therevolt. play both aides" commented an
A smaller third tribe,
left on its own to deal with the down where they are," the officer -I' Gen. Joseph Mobutu, com-I Important Congolese leaden plans soldier stationed at the Batchok, in the northeastern observer.
month-old rebellion in Kwllu aald.The mander of the Congolese army., now in Luluabourg to draft a the points of the triangle part of the province, has
province. No United Nations Congolese government:went to Klkwlt yesterday to Inspect constitution for the Congo need formed by Kikwit, Idlofa and Joined in.
troop can be spared to a..I.tthe his troops. He is knownto would "radi Total Coup Spawns
protection. Also, political-tribal Cusps gradually $23,020At
Congo a high-ranking U.N. haa not asked for U.N. troop,1nor be against the presence of, I The Bapende. former secessionist -
1 tensions and conflict to the ate" from their bases and pacify
officer explained yesterday.At any assistance but Congolese U.N troop in the Congo and north of Luluabourg make the their areas. leader Antoine Glzenga'stribe New UnrestIn
present there are fewer troop In Kwllu have had'to believe that the Congolese of U.N troops advis The rebel now control approximately Lake AlfredLAKE extend part way into two
logistical support and cooperation -army U fully capable of maintaining -'able.presence one-third of Kwllu neighboring province, unite
of U.N. aircraft tine last order, KassJenne to the east and Viet Nairt
The Congolese military plans it* eastern portion, with half a ALFRED Building '
DR. L DAVID CLARK Saturday. This assistance decided "Maybe it's better this way," I Kwango to the south of the Gun ,
million Kwllu' to- '
to reinforce the small garrisonsChiropractors population.
total of
Chiropractic Physician upon in the field will the U.N. officer commented. permit amounting to a gu area of Kwllu. () ."lI.rlaC-> .,'.
Issued In Lake Al-I Tuesday for the first time /
cease today. "The army and the governmentmust $23,020 were
onnounces the "If they (the Congolese gov- prove that they can handle I Hear SpeakerDr. fred during January accordingto burning village and .trenchescut d'etat:SAIGON has-spawned Last week coup!
addition of and road were spotted a new period
ernment) ask for supplies a difficult situation. If they building official George Sie- across
EVENING HOURS such. .the U.N. may.continue to succeed, they can take lull Phillip Cwynn of St. Pet Saving and Loan Association outside the tribal area, north of political Instability in
- credit for it." ersburg, chairman of the flor- His subject was, "Examinationof mer. west of Kikwit where the Bam- Saigon and undercut popular
Mon., Wed. & Frl. ._ NEEDED The bulk of the U.N. troopthaa ida Association the Chest." The figure released today bale tribe lives.. Guerrilla bands confidence in the military which
Chiropractic for March will showed permits for two residential -apparently.. active there,I was widely regarded u brae institution
9:30 Dim) truck ........ net inert been kept In Katanga sloe program
to : I II HIM 2 ,*... .''d t. ..... for the secession of that province Council on Clinical Eyaluation, be a film titled "Exploring the homes and nine miscellaneous terrorizing the local populationinto which could hold the
I Dulllns and sod rock ...11.,. was ended in January 1963. addressed the regular monthly Human Nervous System," prepared projects. cooperation. country together In}the war.
1715 I Lakeland Hllli Blvd 1 In C.nrr.1 Florid.. ,...........t Other units are. in LeopoldvWe meeting of the Polk County by the National Committee During January of 1963 the I "What. can the villagers do? against the communists
Ph. 682-8696 IMS. pay wwkly. C.II Wines with their chief mission to protect Chiropractic Society last nightat for Research in Neurological permit totaled 121,450. Slemer The army will not protect them, A*, In ties dying day of, the
I G.rd.*, Fl.. 65,.Z 77 Z. U.N. personnel, and In Lu the downtown First Federal Disorders 'said. I or not for long Soldiers may Diem regime, the capital! I II one
acala full of talk of COUD*-In
this case countercoup againstthe
country' new strongman
MaJ. Gen. Nguyen Khanh.

Civic servants, politicians and
some junior military officers
have privately expressed their
fears about the future. and some
hive spoken bitterly of the latest

coup. .
"The army was the only di*>
ilplined, unified organization we
had left" one young army offl.
cer cald. "We don't have any
political panics. All we have I II
the army. Now this coup show
that the army also doesn't have
discipline; the chain of com*
mand I* broken. The I*
QUALITY = __- army
- ,
divided now. They will fight
= among themselves and there
ci will probably be another coup."
"People Wondering"

Another young Vietnamese
speaking of a "war of nerves"
within the military, said "peo
ple are. wondering who they
should follow"
A number of United States of.

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Khanh made impressive beginning -
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encouraged when he made a fly-
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COMP. VALUE TO 59 COMP. PRICE TO 98 COMP. PRICE TO 2.49 people In Saigon and has yet to
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Marked Contrast

0 1 1e 1 There la a marked contrast
00 1 1 ,. betwMG the currant I atmocpher t
lava I I cr of uncertainty and popular Jubilation -
( 7 1 after gaatrala banded together
last fall overthrow
President Diem. Then the people
.' understood reasons for the
coup and endorsed them. November

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they feel adrift.
"What do you think Is going
on in our country?" one civil
servant asked an American.
"Everyone' come to ask and I
e don't know there has been
/ such confusion 'Jn our.office,"
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I. Survivors Tell About Dramatic Rescue From Sinking YachtEUREKA I

Calif. (AP) The ton, "what holed ui was steel wife and a German shepherd'Ing the rescue that the yacht The sinking ended a trip that by Wallace Rutherford She was J. Ralffe. "but little good they'd Orcutt and his wife, Evelyn,
, It survivors of the dramatic and a long piece. There was no puppy from the pitching deck of had struck a giant log Other !began Jan. 24 at Seattle. The skippered by Charles Orcutt, 60 have been In that sea." 55, were among the first taken

Hattie rescue D from early the Wednesday inking yacht off give to to It the at all ocean's" Johnson 7,800-foot referred -the disabled Craft Seattle Sinks yacht I crewmen however, agreed with yacht left Neah Bay on the For five hours the crew hud i "That copter was only IS feet off. Rutherford was one of the

the California coast, Insisted today depth In the area where the The Hattie D, a converted Johnson. Washington coast headed for dled In the main cabin and wait- above us when It lowered the next
that the craft was rammedby linking occurred.A I Navy search and rescue craft,I "I think the Navy should start California last Sunday. Early ed for help to come. Forty-mile-'basket," said Dewey Orcutt. 21, Others aboard were Bob Or
a metal object I Cost Guard helicopter, dipping -sank 25 miles off the coast of'checking to see U they lost a Wednesday the Hattie D struck an.hour winds made It Impossible son of the skipper. cutt, another eon of the skipper
"1 don't care how deep It between waves 30 feet high Cape Mendocino. I'lubmarlne." Johnson added. an object off the rugged coast to launch life boats. I "We figure we ere lucky we and crewmen Ron Harmon,
Mi," said crewman Carl JOhn. hoisted 10 men the captain', There was speculation follow- "Maybe they ought to see If of Cape Mendoclno. I 'All' of the crew were wearinglife got out alive," added the skipper Mike Oom Ben McClaln and
anyone else has lost one, too." The boat had been chartered jackets," said crewman A. Ralffe.




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TO Senior, High School Band's trip' to lK. Cherry llettam Fotrtval InWnhingto
PAY! I" April ere High School. Principal Morris Zlppror,

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JAMES MARLOW doesn't have the time Kennedydid
ilylma gmati .... ,..., ",... RED TAG a Associated Press Newt Analyst to make up for them A couple
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II nt.\ hot II week President Johnson passed could ruin him.

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had backed it 4
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: to ni"lives = Panama Not His Doing known and had been appraised ., .
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r make for his mistakes He French concern; the United >r
II light, carrying bundle up three in which Nations had to tackle the Congo.
almost years
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Choice of top or front tuning 139.95 But., with less thin nine'mutinies In Africa the revolt InZanzibar
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23" Slimline CONSOLE TV. 2-ton, cabinet, matchIng and the old threat of war In
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N MOm DOWN! Cleveland's school integrationcrisis As time went on. Johnson's

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5 ; o Spbtlitdiol : the board said.Picketing To Gain Rest

II NO MONEY DOWN! Only SJ.25 per ...'-to,../, Monthly. rally The Wednesday UFM announced night that after it Is a DENVER, Colo. (APEveryday
. ee since I960 according to po-
ailing an end to picketing and
.. emonstrations. Planned boy- ice, Johnny E. Walker has

cotta of schools and downtown stolen somebody's pocketbook.He .

LAKELAND u. $. 92 East .. Rosa S. QUALITY DISCOUNTS stores said.also are canceled the took Saturdays and Sun
I Tho'liv. 1"0" UFM days off because "they're not
The only hut moaturoof I It YOy
Collinwood Improvement
Open Men. thre Sat 10 em to 10 pm-Sun. noon to 7 pm j' $ '/ WAYS. rene.d EVERY DAY 'O"I"cI Association, the predominantlywhite good working days," Walker
told Connie
group Involved. met Wykstra, a city
Wednesday night for two hours detective.

but took no action on the school! Walker, 28, was arrested witha
ward's plan. woman's purse following a
"We want to give this matter chase In a federal building last
further consideration" said Albert ,Saturday He has been charged
A. Ballew, the association's with
on .a government
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:Unmarked Boundary Led To Ethiopian Border Dispute I

+1 I By THEO ARGYRIADIS i cent weeks the gunfire has pany began operating on the defining the border and made they consider the land their To keep the bruihflre .war

ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia c..- rattled louder than ever, and Somali coast Under treaties another border agreement In own. from spreading Ethiopia has

Ethiopia's border dispute with Ethiopia claims "bandits" from with the Sultan of Zanzibar the the convention of 1901 The Unrest Reigns posted Its entire 3rd army division
Italians and the British act
'the Somali Republic-punctuated I Somalia armed, trained and up frontier however was never reinforced by police units
claims that sine
by gunfire and raids by zones in the area lying alongside Ethiopia
in Harrar Province.
led by Somali officers and surrounding
army which wild marked
Somali "bandit dates back Ogaden was Somalia became
) an Independent heat and the
to a frontier line that was decided equipped port-have with infiltrated long-range Ethiopian trans I.and unruled but considered part The Italian Invasion of Ethio--republic, armed tribesmen .have I of Sickening malaria In parts of danger the

at a conference table but territory at an Increasing rate. of Ethiopia. pia In 1836 confused the issue penetrated into Ogaden, looting sprawling province add to the

r 1 1I 1t never marked on the ground I In 1891. before the coast be- It waa complicated further killing and stirring unrest' hazards

I Now (7 years later Ethiopia The disputed land called.Is an Ethiopian came Italian Somaliland Italy when during World War II, among the resident tribes. I

.t.4hr i Is dismayed by a military w her province t approximately Ogaden 50,000 and Ethiopia signed a treaty Ethiopia loaned the territories The raids. Ethiopia ,claims. INSTANT COLORMIAMISpotted

buildup in Somalia where the Somalia make most of the Including part Of the disputedland now have become organyRd.ef- baby squids, .

Soviet Union has agreed to population. The up Somali Republic -, British Wo'ri1an.Suc to .Britain .Britain re' fairs led by uniformed officers. ?boasting many. different color

raise and equip an army of 20- claimed the province even : turned th*territories largely directed against Ethiopian army ipots, can change color by expending

000 men under a $30 million before Somalia became Independent Sweeping esr IKMblted by Somalia In 1954 outposts and police stations. I or contracting these

aid program In 1960, and one of the but the tribesmen by that time Raiders'have reached a. far:dots says the Miami Seaquarl-

In retaliation. Ethiopia re five points I of the star on theSomali HEACHAM. England (AP) had grown to expect they wouldbe Inland as the town of Jlgjiga'urn's Capt. Bill Gray. This Is,

cently ratified a mutual defense flag stands for OgadenHas Mrs Hedy Walduck is a sweeping Included In Greater Somalia about 40 miles from the unmarked -,done so rsphjly$ that the color-

agreement with newly Independent success -and the protests were bitter frontier and caaualties change Is practically Instant

Kenya from which the Long History She's a chimney sweep Somali Nomads, .followingtheir have been heavy on both side*.!taneous <. .

Somali Republic Is also demandIng Roots of 'the conflict goes I So's her husband Stanley grazing herds have always An Ethiopian army unit claims

territory. back to the beginning of Italian "He became so busy that I been permitted to cross that It captured the dying leader An average of two dozen umbrellas

frontier fighting has flared colonies In East Africa in 1889 volunteered to help," said Into the pasture land of Oga of a recent raid on Jigjiga. are forgotten In New

and sputtered for year aroundthe when a commercial organize Austrian.born Mrs Walduck who den, and like the Somali tribesmen and that he was a Somali lieutenant York City's subway cars each

horn of Africa. But in re lion called the Filonardi Com ,has nine children. who are resident there in uniform i day
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Limit and ftov D. LovoU; .u. otOu.rdoa refining Idlla that you ever read about. Now what happens in the Spur prices save you money. Right there on the Spur pump the price
A dinner In honor of Dr. Bllts
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Ballxac'r n dI.nINA4rn .1 I.I one : ... William Restaurant at 6 o'clock and {n your car. There's the payoff. And only you can prove it. So drive in stamps with every gallon. And a choice of 500 gifts for Better Living-

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International M nora. and CTiorlcalCoro. all those individuals who have
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p s ,. Backache May Be Eased

Well On $13.50 Per WeekBy ytrl By Simple Exercises 4 .

DONALD ROTHBERG thought, that there are five of wlch and breakfast generallyIs '
Associated: Press Writer us and we can make it on oatmeal. Lr By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Here la another one. Take

WINCHESTER, Man. (AP) $13.50 a week "That's what started It," she ; 3. Backache can be a drag on the tame starting position.Ask .
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-How far does 113.50 go In That was last September. recalls. The letters began. At otherwise vibrant living. Enthusiasm someone to hold your feet
flees when backache down to the floor ai you raise
your local grocery store or Name Household Word last count she had received
supermarket today? some 500. steps In. Even though It Is your head and arms and trunk
Within three months Urbane off the floor Hold a few
just a dull tired ache, It can
One Winchester housewife Ic Ert (Mrs. Erb's maid. No Special TrainingShe
I take the fun out of life and seconds and return to starting
stirred up a horneta' nest en name and married name has had no special trainIng often leads, bndentandably _position and continue,
recently In a letter to a wom with a typographical error
food but
In preparation, to Irritability. This sort of
en's page columnist that she thrown In) became the talk of valuable Lose Abdombtable Bulge
says she did learn one constant nagging discomfort
feeds her family of five on a the page and many a house lesson at home. ,, Is sometimes more difficult to Today I also want to give
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weekly budget of $13.50. hold.A. "My father hated to throw with than temporary you an exercise with whichto
Mrs. James Erb Is known to little more than a month out food. He also taught his cope fight the abdominal bulge
readers of the Boston Globe's after the first letter, Mrs. Erb family not to scoff at the food ,, sharp pain. which harasses so many wom
confidential chat column is answered a query by writingand others eat." I r, If you have a continuing en. Sit on the floor with your
ert. listing a menu for a week backache you should see your legs straight, resting on the
Born In Mainz of
Writers to the chat columnare along with the food prices she Austrian ,Germany Mrs. Erb t1 family doctor for .a checkup floor In front of you. Place
principally housewiveswho paid. parents because so many different your hands on the floor backof
using pennames, ex A typical! evening meal at grew up In Reykjavik, Iceland, conditions can cause It Disease you and lean back. Raise
fled Nazi
after her .
change Ideas the Erb home is sausage ballsIn parents or organic trouble couldbe both legs from the floor Bend
Last fall, Mrs. Erb read a tomato sauce, macaroni and Germany. afar '-( the Instigator or the condition both knees and bring them
She and her husband, a .
letter from be due to
a woman who was apple pie.Another may poor posture toward your abdomen.
of Denver, met In up
having trouble keeping within evening the familyate native or muscle weakness. The Straighten the legs and lower
married In
her food budget liver, rice, cucumber salad Europe were latter II' often the cue.
Iceland. WORTHWHILE WORK This exercise In them .to the floor This exercise
today's haa four counts and
"I wrote In and said the and gelatine dessert Mrs. Erb
Her husband, 38, taught will help that slightly bulging abdomen. Strengthen Muscles has four counts: 1. Lift
Important thing to remember said she looks for meats on
Is 35 music at a college In Richmond If you find that you need to legs 2. Bend knees 3.
use everything throw sale the sausage was
Va., for eight years. strengthen back muscles Straighten knees 4. Lower
Mrs liver 29
nothing away, Erb said cents a pound, the
"Then I said In the last sentence cents Eighteen months ago, he ac there are many exercises legs to floor
kind cepted a grant for graduate which will be helpful. Lie on If you would like to have
as a of after Lunches usually are a sandof
music study at Harvard. your stomach with your legs my exercises for the bade
Since then the family has (9ffZ straight and your arms send a stamped, self addressed .
lived In this Boston suburb on stretched out on the floor In envelope with your
the Income from his Danforth front of you. Raise your head request for the leaflet "Back

Foundation Grant. arms, chest and legs, from Talk" to Josephine Lowman
When the Erbs lived In the floor Do not bend knees. in care of The Ledger.
Richmond on a teacher's salary Return to position. You may Tomorrow: "Correct Flabby
p1NgGr the weekly food aver not be able to left them very Arms When You Pass ThroughA
aged $15 for four-that was 12 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, Feb I, 1H4 far from the floor at firat. Door"

before Christina, now 2, was

+ Fall and Winter born At. More Meat Fashion Mrs. DicksonTo
Press Leaves Battleground
"We entertained more then, Honor Son
.c Infants' & Children's and ate more meat," Mrs. Erb ,
said "I love meat dearly."
She taught when accused of His Fiancee

starving her family. "When I To Resume Scheduled
I look War Next JulyBy
elb read those letters, just Mrs Edna Dickson will
11 and
at the boys (Martin, honor her son, the Rev
Paul David, 7). Charles Dickson, and his fiancee
Including: People accused her of scavenging JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP tended the editors were generally flirting: show as "unethicaland had cooperated In setting show Miss Marilyn Canady

and feeding her family Fashion Writer from larger papers and unprincipled." times so that "with the exception tonight at 6:30: o'clock at a

Dresses junk when she wrote that she. NEW YORK on-The fash- that arrangements were made "Of course Larry Is bitter," of three or four dif buffet dinner, preceding the
often used luch meat as kidney ion press has left the battle- among editors to swap notes. commented: Miss Campbell ficult decisions, the editors did wedding rehearsal The dinner

Coats lung and heart grounds after last week's Miss Campbell claims that "Most of our member are. not have much of a strain" will be held at St Paul'sLutheran
Carcoats "I wrote for a pamphletfrom spring style previews, but the 750,000 words were filed by Let's face it though. If it had The costs for the New York Church fellowship
the U, S. Departmentof war to win Its favor has telegraph facilities set In Couture
up not been for the job the New Group members are
: Jackets Agriculture, she said It merely simmered down to her press rooms while 500,050 York Couture Group has done higher Miss Campbell explained hall.Attending the dinner will be

gives nutritional values of flare up anew six months words left Miss Lambert's offices for 20 years In promoting because "we do a the honored couple: her parents .
Suits foods. She uses It as one guideIn from now.Nobody's. fashion, the clothing industry year 'round job of workingfor Mr. and Mrs. E. R
raising a healthy family. winning any battles "But," says Miss Campbell, would not be the second most the industry. Canady; her grandparents
Sportcoats Now the letters have become thus 'far, admit the generals "we're not happy to have .
anyone important economic factor in Miss Lambert said she Is Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Spiering;
Sleep Wear predominantly favorable.The of the rivaling factions with the stature of Eleanor America." paid her regular fee by her and Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Cana
Erbs Ire convinced they Kittle Campbell, press director Lambert washed down the Miss Lambert also begged year 'round clients, but other dy and children, the Rev. and
Long Pants eat well and would rather. of the New York Couture drain. All I want Is to see for "no hassle, no trouble, no designers who wanted to come Mrs. R. A. Hingst and Judy
spend money on books, museums group and the group's these designers united. I'll tears." into the press shows are pro- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loper
Shirts and saving for their children's past director Eleanor Lam. do everything, bow
Including rated according to expenses and daughter, Mr and Mrs.
Sweaters educations. bert.Until to Queen Eleanor" Foolish Talk involved. Ed Golden, Mr and Mfs.

a disagreement with Larry Aldrich, longtime "In most instances," she The Couture Group has set Charles Minshew, Mr. and
Crawlers the group two years ago, Miss president of the designer- said, "trained newswomen the dates for the next war at Mrs. L W. Wesche and family -
SAVE tO Teachers Will Lambert had shepherded the manufacturers' g r o u p, ,de. Ignored any foolish talk of July 8.11 but Miss Lambert Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Varn
Up slim Sets Conduct Panel Invited out-of town press plored the schism and condemned loyalty and went where the is undecided. She may hold and daughters, Mr. and Mrs

through a week of noncompetitive Miss Lambert's con story was best She said she her press shows a week early, Theodore Harre Wynn How.
previews for 41 fashIon ell and Mrs. Marion Ricketts.

MeetingA Miss press Lambert weeks.organized her At I Lakeland/ The affianced marriage couple Sunday will

panel discussion on "Is own clients and/or previously Tops BridgeLAKELAND exchange at 4 p.m. at St.vows Paul's

50 your child taking advantageof defected Couture Group members I Polk Lutheran Church. All friends

% all that the elementary edu because, she says, "The Swindler, third; and John County and relatives of the couple:
editors asked to see the (fashion attend the wedding
cation" curriculum has to offer ) lines while they were North-South winners of Taylor and Bill Graham, Date Book are and the reception which
? will be conducted at fourth.
here and tramping from one Lakeland Duplicate Bridge will follow In the fellowship
Lime Street School Parent. showroom to the other. was too Club games played recently BARTOW TooayLaasLaws hall.

ON MANY ITEMS Teacher Association meeting difficult for them.. have been announced as follows Bartow Duplicate Bridge hearer for rlNtor..AeT' .k.uhm.eulls, on.qqq!
cumin! araup "" flueall mwtrli and
tonight at 1:30: o'clock in the All Losers : Mrs. Theo Waits and Club winners are: Mr and 00 nlln. with MI. Comma i

school cafetorium. For two seasons reporters Mrs. Lois Thompson, first; Mrs. Don Taylor, first; Mr. .MrniM........ from aUidloaCITDUI 1.30-1 30 II ra. at Tl- Religious Groups'

Panelists will be Mrs C D wanting to tell her clients' side Mrs George Hadaway and and Mrs. Paul Tyler, second am at Cktld CINTIft ClIp KfM.ur.nl KIWANIS.. 0 IS

Ghin'sJunior Beerman, Mrs Orville D Mc. of the fashion story, as well Mrs. C. R. McColpIn, second Mrs Louis Turbe and Mrs.; h"oIn ANNA_ mt MILLS ollp.' a ClrlCLI 11m. 1"1.slkr" Meeting Calendar
as the design story to be told soil. Mammal
Kinley, sixth teachers Mrs. J. :o.m,:III.d':
grade by New York Couture Group ; P. Tyner and George Lockwood, third; and Id _
and Mrs. Eugene Glenn and members attended lute-evenIng Eric Murray, third; Paul Ty Mrs. V. D. Flesher and 0 0, ?alalM SOUTHLAND mminl Loses>t 1 JO IM n m eases B rm.plllliallon >.,. tolDlul pastes pnrar roe. a TNa moment say of per mMltatlon a-
ler ol DrMola llowtr I i / and ....hIP on, hour of u..
and Mrs. John Battle Feaster fourth IM.
Fashions Mrs L. P. Greene, second shows or crammed them fourth. tar, will: b1 aoaierr.d.sussILaso dir or nil hi. Dial .a-41U
teachers. Into exhausting weekends. ST. JOSEPH'SAt IIIHAH Loses
--- East-West: Mrs Mildred 47, ..a..lai.c: <:: Club, Mmmuajl PRIOAYWCSTMINBTIM'
-- This time Miss Lambert arranged >
Founders' Day will be observed Fritz and John Taylor, first: this month's session of rRICacruhellt .''''',
her at the 'onom.n'.n' rtua ?..
231 S. Kentucky AYe Facing Moos' Parking Lot and PTA objectives will program Mr and Mrs Harold Brown, the St. Joseph's Mothers'Club | '. MuJJl oun. 1:6.:peon pretren
; same time, forcing reportersto LOYAL OODtO or MOOI. S Bam. and coon 1-J t*
be read. bridge tournament, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Sanford, e mrk"ssDrMvN' Lotfia, Eut Laka ,..1.....
OPEN' FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9 P.M. A movie will be shown in choose. between groups, or tie for second; Mr. and Mrs. Helen Ballenger and Mrs. C. KIWANIS, slue HIS at
to rig between the scheduled 5ATY5DAYWt5TMINsTss
the library.. zag Elmer Hanna third. Logan scored the highest IforrlMm' CaJalnaLANILANO .
.___ _>____,___ __ ,_,____.._...u events. Thus the exhausted number of points. Winners of ART GUILD, 911 PRiaiYTIRIAN,
palntlna flaw JO I m? Mm WI.I.'rod I. .....
fashion writers as RIDGE the prize of the month were eiruc.Srlhelmrr..... o.lnlln.and Tom.nd Wllnon ,In. turkry Mm' Counrll dinner In ol_WnununiWr 1., hall Contact
: DuPont well as the designers who were Winners of Ridge Duplicate Mrs M. Thomason and Mrs.A. .Soot lane /0'0DAYcv. ...."'..oo'n.' advanced d.n...... F'paTN'rP001 timrli INTIROINOMINA.TIONAb MO II-2MJ..
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Filament unable to tell their story to CHRISTIAN' 7 JO pm. Flnl
Bridge Club Merkhofer. '" 011 Y 00'0" Y.TSs
games include: ... .
AN .... ... MARY F.d.ra 0' P..I& '
them, all were losers. North South: Mrs Theo Team standings are as follows TODD LILACwas. T *. 130 p m.
Both warring generals gained Waits and Mrs. William Dan. : Miss Ballenger and .I LAKILANP MMnolla" Bulldlni UMMIH' Civic CLUI Cenur. danra.

NYLON CARPETING solace from a lack of total cy, first; Mr and Mrs Phil Mrs. Logan, first; Mrs. D. from Bulldlni a, t 0 Civic 11 ptn C.nur at. UunUgi Maanolla /JiJd L

victory by measuring circula Davies, second; Mrs Elmo Ball and Mrs. J, O'Reilly, Band Public Invited.
lion and linage Signed up for Hoffman and Mrs. Jim NIC- second; Mrs B. Smailes and SATURDAYLAKILANP LAKELAND GENERAL

the New York Couture Group's holls, third; and Mr. and Mrs R. Heller, third, Mrs. R. and junior art ART la OUILO.pautll I ,prlmirv HOSPITAL
Now During This shows for its 24-member dress Mrs Robert Magann, fourth. Grieve and Mrs. A. Patter. : 'J.nd..r .,at' t.n JO<< \'ni:: pater MM Wll.on ., Mr and Mrs. Daniel Lavan,
manufacturers and auxiliary East-West: Robert Thorn- son, fourth; and Mrs. W. iiulrurlori, Adult' palnuna' Pierce, daughter, Feb. 4.
Limited Offer .i"I. members were 225 reporters, hill and Jim Nicholls first; Bickford and Mrs. H. Don- latirtWSBr.slur! from 1 to "uucu".S pm.. Ml.III i Cor.:" Mr. and Mrs Raymond C
Miss Lambert had 143 acceptances '
Dancy and Mrs. C. nan, fifth.
I SOCItTY. 1 10m
for her 20 designersand W Thompson, second; Mrs The next session will be 10. II Jan Wtwr... at Thou In..r.rt.d Gray, 1337 Sylvan Parkway,

: .i _auxiliary. ,_but the con....._ V D Flesher..and Mrs. Perry held March 3.OVER IIM Irndlni malt ItbrtrvLAKILANP CHAPTIR.nd natUni M OR-and daughter, Feb. 4.
ass O_ IAITIRN TAR. offirrrt" Mr and Mrs. James R.
COMPLETELY ,innillid at "."mie T.mo", Spa.
$845 .Public Initallation Young, Mulberry, son, Feb 4.
:1: 81 Mr and Mrs. Willard Wid-

I INSTALLED ADD EFFECT ner, Winter Haven, son, Feb.
j. fa Always wear your hair shortor ..

if in an upsweep when you wear Mr and Mrs. James Me I
Includes the newest Foam Rubber r .
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evening. This Kinnon, 211 W. Pear St., ion,
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Here's Roundup Of News From Around Polk County I ILAKE

HAMILTON The DUNDEE Weekend guests Visiting during the weekendIn the home of their parents during WINTER HAVEN Mrs Joe Muterspaugh of Indiana. to her daughter, Mra. Robson

session of Lake Hamilton Community of Mr. and Mrs. W C. Cools- Orlando with Mr. and Mrt. the weekend. Present were Lee Cook of Kansas City, Mo., polls The visitors also spent has a son, Norman Robson,

Married Presbyterian Church their aon-ln-law and Carl Braun Were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dualn Bowenof and Mrs Mlldren Smith of some time in the Miami area four grandchildren and seven
by were
will meat tonight at I o'clock Mrs. Mack Griffey. Inclnatta, Ohio, came to Winter Mr and Mra James Henry grandchildren, all livingIn
AVENPORT Mill San la the manse. daughter, Mr and Mrs, T. B. Mrs. Ada Crtner the Orlando: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haven for the 60th anniversary have as a house guest Mra Winter Haven.

a Dianne Reynolds! and Lake Hamilton Womaa's Ballard and children Jeanne weekend In Winter spent Haven Ingram of Ocala; Walter celebration of Mr. and Nancy Martin of Baltimore, --.--

|ry Lamar Wilson spoke Club la meeting this afternoonat and Tony, accompanied by where she visited her ton and Knowles Jr. of Plant City; Mra Roy E. Taylor.Mr Mr Mrs. Bartin will visit for of
Jeir wadding vowi In the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Knowles, real.dance Speaking Beauty
weeks the
tha clubhouse. Hostesses Miss Bernie Fisher, all of daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and Mra. Taylor marked two at Henry
rst Baptist Church
| of Dar also Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wag. In Oaks. '
are Mrs. Russell Floyd, Mrs. E. N. Crtner. their Golden Wedding Anniversary Stately ky Ihin1w
|port Jan 24, with the Rev. HendenonvlUa, N. C man all of Winter Haven, and ... .
Cephus Hunt. Mrs. Douglas Sunday afternoon at Mr. and Mra Russell Hoffman ti 4 an .II. turnou and
can Peterson pastor, oft!. Sm.l and Mra. Joe Burnett Mr and Mrs. Eustlca Black. Mr. and Mra. Gene Cox of N .5 b,11 Mre
Jennings, Mrs. Frank Lundln their home. The couple's have arrived from their > TuddMrevlie
la ting and Mrs. TIle and children: have returned to well and children Diane and Dundee. Three younger children Hoff. Conn. It Is :..
Agnes RacUey daughter, Mrs. Raymond home in Hartford east nn j The bride li the Bill, of Canal Point visited ,
daughter of
still live at the borne of .r. abYt
featured Mrs. Wallace their home In Jacksonvilleafter Mrs second winter
program man, and granddaughter the couple's .
antes B. Reynolds ot Daven- recently with Mr. BlackweU'amother. t:: .ftt.JI i
ort and the bridegroom la Eckles, gospel song writer visiting here with the Mrs. Annie Chapman their parents. Marvin Wayne Bile k a e r, were In season In the Winter Haven a ll.I ..rwitli .
Mr and Mrs. Harris ..
playing the guitar and former's parents, Mr. and charge of the arrangementsfor area \ ,,: ".. t
e 101of Q. T. Wilson ofulberry. The Blackwells also visited I \ 10
and son, were ,.,
aha has "" "
singing gospel songs Mrs C. E. Burnett. her brothers. William and the open house anniversary Birthday Celebration p
her from Jacksonville for a
[ Mrt. Larry dementi played written. Mra. Alice Atwater of St. Woodroe LoveU and families weekend visit with Mn. Harris celebration. Joe Hoffman Jr Mrs. John Robson was honored ..,
Ie nuptial music and Thomas Miss Sally Bradley, daughter Petersburg was here for a Mrs. W, A. Landon Is planning brother and .Ister.ln.law, had charge of the guest book by her daughter, Mrs. rewae n DOt"...Is..N
of of Mr. and Mra. I.. W. weekend visit with II e rbrother..fn.llw to Orlando where her 90th 1 Ma [tileh'U
Hebel Haines City ling. a trip Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mattox Visitors Gilbert Miller, on ', ne
The bride, who was given Bradley of Lake Hamilton and and sister, Mr.. ape will visit for several days and family; also other relatives. birthday anniversary. The w.r'o" Is t:.:;
marriage by her father, Elder Sumner son of Mr. and and Mrs. D. E. Ogle with her brother Dr. W. T. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Wilcoxare celebration was held at Mn PHILIP .oaAe m ere
Mrs. L, M. Sumner of Llthla FSU Student Home Edwards. entertaining Mr. Wttcox's relativesand t"JI onal .., eN.of .
ore a street-length nylon Renwlck Speer has assumed Miller's home with ... Un cutoorlns '
made taffeta were married Saturday at brother and dnter-in.law, Mr. friends the Nrw YorII', wlOldo'l..A...tor.,a. II.. Ywn.nlrYrl ,
Jrasa over with James Hufstetler, who Is a Family Get-Together his duties as city managerof calling during '" r Ills
First Methodist Church in .;;.....
lace Jacket, having three- student at Florida State UnIversity and Mrs. F. B. Wilcox of Au appointed afternoon hours.A see "
Haines City, The Rev. John The nine children of Mr. and Dundee. Mr. Speer, a retired .tl u,: =,t'
uarter length sleeves She B. Sanderson, pastor, officiated Tallahassee, spent the Mn. Walter Knowlei, with all Army captain, has beena gusts Ga. native of England Mra rlI:-W\\:.'or"It,,,. loOa )a" U hale
carried a white orchid and weekend here with his mother, their fimilles except one resident of Dundee two Mrs. W. H. Mutenpaugh has Robson moved to Winter Haven 5"'"

carnations 01a Bible. Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Mrs. Estell Hufatetler, and daughter-in-law gathered fora years coming here, with his been visiting her brother-- in 1923 from her home in CHIli .f a series)>> _Yo

Miss Nancy Reynolds, sister Cogglni of Eau Gallle visited other relatives. family "get-together." at wife, from Fort Bennlng Ga. Jaw and his wife, Mr and Mra Toronto Canada. In addition
of the bride, wee the maid of
their son-ln4aw and daughterand ,
honor. She wore a blue rayon -
Mr. end Mrs.
acetate dress over taffeta with

lace jacket.of She carried. a Cephus Mr. and Hunt.Mrs. Orville Mein- SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
nosegay pompona.C.
M. Wilson of Mulberry, ers of Barrington Ill, are
brother of the bridegroom visiting Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Relmer for a few weeks.
I was best man and ushers were
Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Muckle
Frank Minshew, casein' of the -
bride and Tommy Gardener of Winchester, Va. have
of Mulberry. arrived for an extended visitIn

held In Lake Hamilton.
The reception was

the church parlor. Assistingwith
LAKE WALES Guests of
the ,hospitalities were
Mist Peggy Sue Taylor of Capt and Mrs. Malcolm W.
Pemberton of Indian Lake Estates
Hilnei City, Miss Barbara
Col. and Mrs. L. J.
Reynolds, Miss Darlene Al- are ,
Orlando and
britton and Misa Helen MIn Cartwrlght of i
Mr. and Mrs. Erroll Dunbarof n 4ROTHRRS
ihew of Davenport
Falls Church, Va.
The couple will reside at
Mrs. Glenn R. Treffinger isat t r
Avenue In Mulberry he
308 NW First ii
Lackland Air Force Base 4 tsdbv r N a 1. 4 411 rl
Texas, to be with her husband, + '
The bride who ii employedat
the First State Bank of Lt. Col. Treffinger, who has .
had surgery there. He is reported
Lakeland was a member of .
doing well.
and Honor Society at a _
Col. and Mrs. J< R. Nuium v Ia r I er
School, from
Haines City High have moved Into their new
which she graduated
home In Indian Lake Estates; .
is a graduate -
The bridegroom
and the Lathers were, at last
of Mulberry High School,
reports, about ready to move
and I U employed at Georgian Into theirs.
Service I Inc Mul-
Finance ? Mr. and Mrs. John McBride,

berry. who are on an around-the-

world trip have written cardsto

Sue Costine, their friends and neighbors
reporting that they are having
Pvt. Freeman a wonderful time. They were
scheduled to be In Bangkokthis
Will MarryMr. week.

Home From Hospital
and Mrs. E. L. Cos-
Mrs. James F. Albert returned -
line Route 1, have announced to her Crooked Lake

the approaching Park home from Winter Haven
marriage of (their daughter, Hospital where she under-

Christine Sue to Pvt. Roger went surgery.Mr. .
Freeman. sos of the Rev. and
and Mrs. Clyde Lang-
Mrs. John Freeman of Bry ston of Cutler, Ind, are guests
son City, N. C. of Mrs. W J. Hiermer.
The couple will exchange Guests of Mr. and Mrs.

rows tomorrow at I p.m. at A. G. Warren are her brotherIn -
Victory Baptist Church. All law and sister Mr. and
friends and relatives are Invited of Colonial rtcontemporary
Mrs. a A. Wright HIM a
to attend. Beach Va.
Miss Costlna will be honored Mre,.., a1"E. Root of,Quebec IIHbllnf/ t acts
at a miscellaneous shower tonight Canada visiting her par
at 7:30 o'clock at the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald our filigree
home of Mrs C. 0. Bray, Paterson, Crooked Lake Park.

1214 W Marjorie St. She will be here until Sunday. pole and tree lamps
Hostesses for the event are Recent guests of the Pater-

Mra. Bray Mrs. F. E. Wilson sons for a week were Mr. and regularly 19.99 dramatic Schlffli embroidered lamp shades .
Mrs. Kelther Cline and Mrs John Caulfield formerlyof

Miss Susan Bray. Quebec, now of Fort Mill sale! 14.97
A pastel color schema will S.C. They are spending tht \ only half their original price !

be used in decorating Arrangements winter at Pass.a-Crille. ,
of lily of the valley Harold Prlndte Is recuperating You've seen them) Moat likely you've

will enhance the wedding at home from his recent wanted them and ot this great saving

theme of the decor. bout with pneumonia you can now odd on ueto-dote compare at I 11 .99 each sale! 2 for 11.97
The guest list Includes the which kept him hospitalized
mother and lift to any room! Each with three antique
honoree and her for 10 days
the mother of the prospective Judge and Mrs. Ernest F, whit, and gold styrene filigree, We're able to pats on these exceptional closeout savings only because one of our best makers was

bridegroom. Berry have as sister their. In .guest law, hanging bolls. Olffu.." am either all obte to obtain just a very limited quantity of this luxurious fabric genuine Schlffli! f The heavy
Mrs. Berry's
Miller Mrs Wallace E. Haywood of white, or mulrl-orang, turquoise and doeskin acetate crepe fabric Is hand bound on sturdy, rust-resistant frames. Washable and wrinkle

Anna Westfield. Mass white. Shafts of both pole and tree arc proof. Choose from 6 beatuiful Schlffli designs In these sizes: 12 14. 16 inch drum sizes/ 16, 18

Circle MeetIs Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckles antique white Three-woy switches Inch bells and the 15 Inch shallow drum for table or floor lamps. EXTRA DEEP DRUM SIZES _

Anna Scheduled Miller Circle 1291 have Heights moved and are from occupyingtheir Hillcrest 14 14 and 16 Inch 2 for 14.97. SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS.

newly-completed homein
will have a Dullness meetingIn Lake Wales. They are 'In Mass' Lamps
the E ta' Lodge hospitalityroom
North Shore Hills: at Ml Ot-
tonight at 9 o'clock. ceola Ave.

Mrs. Joseph Glangrasso The Rev. Charles A. Sutton -
will appoint a nominating has returned to lilt Bab-
committee and Mrs. Pierce
son Park home from Lake
Guard will report on the tint
Wales Hospital where he had
in a aeries of Sunday night been confined since suffering
held last Sunday,
a heart attack Dec. 22.
with plans to be discussed for Guests of Mr. and Mrs P. T.

further:!: suppers._ Ziegler are Mrs. James Mc-

Fadden. a niece, and Mrs.
Emily Hoover who Is Mrs.
Zlegler's mother They flew

down from Detroit to Tampa,
I [
where the Ziegters met them.
Mrs. McFadden will visit fora
week and Mrs. Hoover will

Itwtlrj Dept. Specials spend the winter here with
her son-in-law and daughter.

ley-Awe.. A....ftledtet .MMVI Enjoying tha fishing at
Bob's Landing are Mr. and

.......AL, ANS MOa Mrs Harry Gower of Nazareth
TeesY AND eva5Y. SAY .0".. Pa. who will be here
.'..0"0.. T. d.r Nan i
bass .......... r'N eN.nINy through the winter months. upholstery throw covers
and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton

Risden of Vicksburg. Mich, WITH CURON FOAM BACK . ee w .
also here for a couple of r )
months will not slip or slide 4.97 60 x 72" size r. 4t/,

Mrs Harry W. Uvengood for chairs, tables, car seats. .-

and rent children.have returned Kevin to and More-Ka. 90 x 72" size for studio couches, holly. new luxury fabric new low price'wood I 1

head Ky. where he is a student beds, etc. 6.97 slipcovers reinforced with DuPont '' : :"
at Morehead State College ?

after spending several 108 x 72" size for sofas, sofa beds, v
days with his parents Mr and sectionals, etc. 8.97 nylon i
Mrs. Joseph H. Settle.
Miss Sharon McKeeman student f
at Erskine College. Due The first really "new" throw cover in a chair styles 1O.O9 coin style 22.fl ,t ,

I CL OF DIAMONDS West S.C., spent three days generation! The foam back provides remarkable

ea.l w bl/.I w NI.talm w with her parents, Mr. and You'll find nothing luxurious, these rich textured .
...La n.. Y.w ,. N N Mrs. Bob McKeeman while clinging fit. cover will not as as ,
...awrwW.W.. high-pile upholstery slipcovers of 48% cot
eeN N rNYe. taking a break between semesters slip or slide! Foam back Is permanently
/ / ton, 44% rayon and fortified with 8% DuPont

Attending a choir festival at laminated to textured upholstery . nylon for longer wear and better fit'! Machine washable .

TRANSISTOR RADIOsszxzzi. All Saints' Episcopal Church: completely I I washable machine or never need Ironing .. choice of moss green,
10"IM.M In Lakeland from the Churchof brown, gold or rust f
Good Shepherd were drip dries.
Brown Jr. the Rev. Canon
Maas Draperies and Slipcovers
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Thull- SHAPED, 64" TO 90" LONG t
I III IIII I Ilfl) bery, Mr and Mrs. Howard

INNlb llllflE lllnIllI! Kline, Mrs Edmund Sills., ENJOY THE CONVENIENCE OF A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNTavenport
Mrs. J. W. Horrox, Miss Dorothy
Lord Mrs. f. M. Campbell

and Mrs Nancy Ebert.


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A.EIAND LEDGER. Thursday. Feb. ",2I. !''- Miss Duncalf/ ,

Baldness Among Women Increases Mr. Bickford ,

I. To Be Feted .

500 Per Cent In Last Five YearsNEW 9T 4+0 'f W Miss Sharon Ann Duncan

i and Timothy Bickford will be
YORK Dianne Valvo, vitamin deficiency, hormone or cents I new and exciting chats fled customers has encouraged honored at dinner tomorrow
wig "doctor" at the Charles of emotional upset high fever, or lenge which she personally supervises -her to enlarge this service this In the Elks Lodge Cypress
\ from the blending of
Car continuous improper bleaching year.
the Ritz Parlour Salon In their
or teasing of hair. colors right through to the final Fashion Wigs room following
the Blltmore Hotel, says female Loss of hair is not limited to hair styling. AU consultationstake wedding rehearsal at St. Jos-
loss of hair has Increased 600 certain age groups either. Many: place in a private compartment course today's modem eph'i Catholic Church.
women and
wear wigs more
per cent in the last five years of her clients are young women of the Parlour Car The more for the fashion i Mr. and Mri. William J.
According to one hair raising and even children who visit her atmosphere Is far from clinical alone Miss Valvo has aspect Bickford will be host for the
theory, the time may come in periodically for a change of wig and the consultation Is relaxed seen event. A lavender and white
wigs change from utilitarian
a mere
the future when hair may disappear style. From complete trans and unhurried.A I color theme will be.used.. .
product to today's attractive
from the body entirelyfor formations to the tiniest hairpieces good percentage of MissValvo's high fashion ,+ Guests besides the honored
it no longer serves the 1m the size of dimes, she accessory.The
wig clients cannot come hair of a wig can be of couple will be Mr. and Mn.
portant function of keeping the Is equally painstaking In the into the city for private consultations better color and quality than a Frank Duncalf bride-elect's
body protected and warm as It blending and designing of the because they live too woman's own hair. And, there parent: Terri Jo Duncalf
did back In the stone ages. hair. far Here, she recommends of Menlo
away. Is the Richard Bickford
no question as to convenience -
In the meantime, It Is I fact
send her a sampleof
No Shingle they a wig offers What wom- Park. Calif. Rick Catalano
that 15 cent to 20 R
per per their hair or a description of has Mr. and Mri. Joseph LaLon-
an not at least once been
of all females suffer from outside
a There Is no shingle
it, head measurements ,
complete faced with the disaster. of an de, Miss Madelena Glglla
loss of hair. Dermatologists' do the door of Miss Valvo's elegant a snapshot of them- unexpected appointment when Mrs Charles Bickford and
not agree on what causes Alo- Edwardian designed con selves, and clippings of the style her hair looks disheveled) By daughter, Walda, of Miami,
pecia, the scientific name for sulting room in the ParlourCar
wish to have. The fan
they slipping on a wig she achieves Mrs. Melva B. Smith. Albert
complete or partial baldness but of her clients
many mall she receives from satis- that well-groomed C. Bickford and Mrs. Bernard
Persons with this condition usually -think that a degree of WD (Wig appearancein
minutes. and Mrs. Marvin -
enjoy perfect health, according -"Doctor") should be conferred a Opheim
And for the In both of ClinlonlIowa
to Miss Valvo, who has her. Dermatologists often Chi woman fashion Hart
upon Chapter {
I wigs offer her a variety of colors aunts of the bride-elect,
seen many such cases duringher send their patients to her for
17 year In the wig business. the fitting and designing of a and styles to match her A .( The couple will be married
She feels that the probable Meeting Set many changes of costume and 11 wwAp94.BWa1Mw. & at St. Joseph's Catholic
wig.To mood. Some women Miss Val Church Saturday at 11 a.m.
causes of hair loss_ _could_ be Miss Valvo each case pre-
__ __ _u n' For vo says, have as many as a
Tonight dozen different type of wigs In GAIN COMPLIMENTS ,
different styles and colors. This AT ST. DAVID'S COFFEE-Helping themselves to goodies at the coffee yesterday of St. Sleeveless dresses are a popular
L-A-S-T CALL! Chi chapter of Beta Sigma may seem extreme, but it comes David's Episcopal Churchwomen held at the Snow Martin home, 2111 Reaney Road, are holiday fashion. But If your
Phi sorority' will meet tonightat nowhere near Louis XIV's extensive branch members, from left, Mrs. E.' C. McClurg, Mrs. George J, Allen and Mrs. Harold upper arms are heavy avoid the
8 o'clock at First Federal collection of wigs that Sale. The branch has been reorganized with Mrs. Arthur F. Kaln as its president (Ledger bare .arm look and choose *.';
LADIES' DRESS SHOES community room, Grove required 40 wig makers to keep Photo-Perkins) long sleeved dress. You'll rate
FAIL Park. Mrs. George H. Anderson :them In order more compliments.
will be hostess. She also --

by e RED CROSSe will conduct the business ses Ceremony Set
ORIGINAL DEB sion.Mrs.. Norma Lovejoy will I .: I' By New Junior Final Clearance

e GEPPETTO report on the area council Scout TroopA
luncheon held Saturday in Au-
burndale. new troop of Junior Girl
Miss Donna Stoddard will Scouts from Webster Avenue

$790 present the. program, "TheConnoisseur' School will entertain their parents I 1 RACK DRESSES
from the program I
book'"Beauty," at an investiture ceremony

Widths Sias AAA4 4 t. U t. C Mrs. Roger Lair will reporton tomorrow at 7.30: p.m.
$17.99 4"ort.41 Colon the social to be held Saturday at the Girl Scout house. Girls $598 $798
before the sorority's Val. will repeat and explain their I y
entine dance. The social will promise and laws in a brief ,
WEDGIES and be held at the home of Mr. candlelight ceremony con* Values To $30.00
and Mrs Lawrence E. Gray ducted by their leader, Mrs. ...
FLATS STACKED HEELS 2625 Newport Ave. Mrs. Lair F.. L. Thomas. The Pioneer NO EXCHANGES OR RE'UNDSftJlcy"r

Cobbles by Red Cross will be co-hostess. neighborhood chairman, Mrs.
Gepetto Those expected to attendare R. W. Tallent, will assist
Original/ Deb Atioilfd, Stylos Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Girls In Troop 236 receiving i $
Assorted Colors fr Sea. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elam Mr Girl Scout pins include SherrylCauley '-
style and Mrs Nolan Clark Mr. Sarah Duffill, Janet ..-
Colon Volvos, $ 90 and Mrs Malcolm Ayers, Mr Walker, Sheila Thomas, Pat I
51...Od490 to SI2.99 6 and Mrs Jerald Carlton, Mr Jenkins I Patricia Perkins, 209 E. MAIN
V.I.... and Mrs. Lair, Mrs. Mary Linda Brady, Diane Barber-
SI I.99 Bennett, Miss Stoddard, Ray. ree, Susy Thornton, Mary I Sti
mond McGinnls and Mrs. Miller, Deborah Beall and'''

Goldie Raymondo. Cynthia Perkins. Some of ; ''aeJjS
All Selet, 207 S, Kentucky OPEN these girls are from Griffin
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Thomas will entertain their velvet sheath dress. Brides -
son, John Frederic Thomas, maids were Mrs John Maas : 7:30 P.M.
i I THE WELL-RED GIRL and his bride, the former Miss and Miss Roberta Hept.! Mary w:
Bonnie Jo Hendry of Dayton Ann Morter, younger sister of thl
( Ohio, at a reception at their the bride,. was junior brides Robert Jackson asi
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Drive, later this month. gowns of emerald green velvet
season! Country Set designs a Lake Church of Christ
The couple was married and carried white fur muffs i Wire 12,

winner in red cotton tweed. Dec. 28 in Dayton. Vows were pinned with sprigs of holly Lake Wire Drive at Oak Street ho
exchanged at Hope Lutheran Brother Serves Bridegroom no
Church with the Rev. Paul Best man was David an
Moeller officiating. Vaughan Thomas HI of Tucson de
The bride Is the daughter of Ariz., brother of the
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She wore a bridal satin gown ark and Irvin Krause of Cincinnati 60
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and sweetheart neckline. The A reception followed In the WinterShoes e
bouffant skirt was adorned church parlor.
with embroidery and ended In The newlyweds are living In /2 PRICE SALE
V a chapel train. A pillbox embroidered Gainesville, where Mr. to
in pearls and crystals Thomas Is completing h I s
held her veil. She carried senior at the University
''IABOVEI year
? ; a bouquet of white carnations, of Florida. They plan a delay. Almost every size and width now in stock. 19
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r LAKELAND_LEDGER,-"' ''''''',.Feb 1,164Temperatures -----9w

r Nuclear Powered Carrier To Become Issue I IBI

JOHN FINNEY Introduced by the Republicans.I Noting that the Navy, the defense secretary "occupies a dour of building modern ships

@)f.t. \jorkEbane The 'position of the Democrats Atomic Energy Commission, the position of haughty Isolation now to match the requirements
WASHINGTON A group of was that they had made their atomic committee and scientific I against a whole array of men of today's and tomorrow's I
In Florida And Around The Nation House Republicans moved todayto views clear In the committee advisers had all urged a nuclear of longer vision and greater expertise heavy threats to the national
make a political Issue out of report, and they were reluctantto ,powered ship Roamer said the who recognlie the wls-I security,"

don H. L Charles toniChicago 61 111 Milwaukee 41 23 Defense Secretary Robert S. Mc- go any further In tangling
I 78 71 51 37 Namara'a refusal to build a sec openly with the administration.
wt* 4 10 70 Cincinnati 39 Mpls St Paul 43 21 ond nuclear powered carrier. The political Initiative therefore

wmvffleWest 8T 115 Cleveland 48 '35 New New York Orleans 62 112 50 38 I Ten Republican members Introduced fell to three Republican CENTURY ELECTRIC
77 72 Denver 22 28 OmahaPhiladelphia 118 33 legislation requiring members of the atomic commit-
ELAND 7t 60' Del Moines 113 28 that the carrier, authorized near tee-Reps. Craig Hosmer, Calif., PADFREE
117 28 HEATING
I 71 56 Detroit 49 34 ly two years ago as a conventional -Jack Westland, Wash., and JohnB.
Pittsburgh 112 38
ndosacola' 78 12 Fairbanks 34 15 St. LouisSan III 37 ship, be !built with nuclear Anderson, 111, They were
62 III Fort Worth 43 35 Francisco III 112 propulsion subsequently Joined in sponsorship
ahusee 62 47 HonoluluIndianapolli 80 61 Seattle 43 30 i The legislation Is given little of the legislation by seven !
74 82 other Republicans-Reps. FrankJ
P 113 38 64 chance of success. In his decision -
Pain Beach 78 70 Juneau 38 211 Washington. fO McNamara has the backing Horton, Carleton I, King
Kansas City 111 38 BAROMETER of PresidentJohnson and John R. Pillion and Walter '1

nta 48 41 Loa Angeles 68 58 7 .,an. 29.71 1 p.m. Wednes I reportedly the chairmen of the Riehlman, all of New York,
ton 47 31 Memphis 54 30>> day. 29.71 House and Senate armed services Charles E. Chamberlain, Mich.,
'committees. James G. Fulton Pa., and Mark

I The legislation, however can Andrews, N. D, I

provide a political springboardfor McNamara Criticized I
0t is stie a Republican attack-on one I In a prepared. statement accompanying '
C the few Issues In which Mo- i
A RAt t a rlt the legislation, Hos
F. Namara Is regarded as vulnerable -mer criticized McNamara for ." 11
/ on Capitol Hill. his "stubborn" and arbitrary"
4t t t 4Jt There Is considerable Democratic i insistence conventional
t sympathy on Capitol Hill!ships despite upon the fact that "It This toasty warm heating pod Is a quality product by Century. Three positive I

for the Republican line of attackon ,has been demonstrated beyond heats, Underwriters Laboratories Approved and been the Good Housekeeping _
i t i M ......r'" the carrier I Issue. Two question that nuclear propulsion
.. 11. months ago for example, all Increases the combat effectiveness Seal YOUR BONUS for acting now! Just open a new savings account for :

w1 ka J3M Democratic members of the of surface warships." $100 or more or add $100 to your present account, Sorry, re-Investing cur- :
Joint congressional committeeon
Ms' atomic energy Joined in a -- q -- rent dividends can't count and only one to a family please ::

unanimous committee report FAT OFFER GOOD THROUGH FEB 10th g
''\ criticizing the carrier decision
as "illogical and wasteful" and OVERWEIGHTAvailable ..
to l castigating McNamara as "mis r
? tslar_ alasaw informed" and "inconsistent"It to roo ,without deotoYurootspIlan ..
f : our drub oillwl ODRIN M
was learned, however, that EX. You must to.. ugly tat In CURRENT
;, I ..,. SAVE BY ,.
or four mon p back. No
Democratic members .
..t., l of the .I."UOIIO .....1... 11..tly.. ma_
committee declined to' Join In .age or t.kla or .o-coll' .duo''I HafeelaubJfeberal DIVIDEND a
a J sponsorship of the legislation' Inn sendi.A .racksry a ooskt.., THE 10th
..: : ': i or eb.wint gum. OIIRINLx: I. iUblct
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-...........-.- Shah Reportedly I tall Wh.n. enjoy roa your take tn.ODUINKX l., still wt, Yes its EARN flbittq 4%
.twlyaatM f fM.MM food you Ilk*, but :.u limply I I don't
1,. C.,. th e urn* for .Ura portion FROM
To Get Physical lM o.a* ODRINKX d.p......
*rt sppotlt and d........ your dour., .
tor food. Your ".''lfb' must ...m.u"ro THE t ASStOC1ATt0N z PER wM
pow. IM INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP- : HUM .. your own doctor
-awi..rwrwr ,n e Prof. Karl Ftllinger of Vienna, you whin yon Mt I.r! ,
r roar w.lgt L.a Md of .aosarat FIRSTI
a specialist In Internal medicine, and Irv. Ion ii: ODRINEXonus. ANNUM
55.00 sea sold .n tau
has arrived in Innsbruck and
OUARANTCCI It not .11.,114 for
reliable sources say he's goingto any ....... Just return Ohs park.Os. M
A WMk pad frtnr movlnf Into Fieri1 torn Hi. lost it .ipct.*> ta CIM wy else b Hil give the Shah of Iran a medical to your Iruirilct' and ..t your r
full bark No
I.. ..*.. poltl"l l melt *f Florid with rein for the pet J4 Awn, File skies end cooler. tm irfwrikr check-up .k...mossy. GDRINBX to old qiiwtlonit will COR PINE AND TENNESSEE
,r*.'lctJ. llMwktr. .In Hi. country, five oeuriivoitom ..... itniff loci to c.wl.ut from 20 foot The reason for the Shah consulting Ihi ami.l.'e:. (uRrantM DRue byi: MAR" lies "
rifti loft .r *oof oliueid. TK storm, which loft *, to 2t Isch.e.0. snow, ".. ...", .. for .lhl Felllnger hasn't beendisclosed. .. MAIN MAIL. CHOIRSLBD. LAKELAND, FLORIDA
..th.. C.AP Wlnpkot. *). I -Adv. I

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Connued ?
,assay rp
Low tonight 34 to <<. t! .
B-C-D: Mostly fair Friday!
A little cooler with a high today R
of 57 to 63 and the low F ..
mainly In the forties. rI .
E-H: Considerable cloudiness -..

and mostly fair tonight "' t'' ttW4t +.t i'Mttit teMtt I yp'ixMawtY t," ,,.r+wp y, rI
nd Friday, Low tonight 55 to
52. -,..',
F-O-I-J: Clearing and be I
romlng mostly fair through
friday, A little; cooler tonight dlr r t
with the low'tnatnty tn' 0! ;
the fifties Westerly' winds 'sbt4kw'
mostly 10 to 20 miles per hour. 4 r lalyW
K: Partly cloudv through.
Friday.: -A little cooler tonight ""

with a low In the sixties. Mulberry High tr

a, NM it p._ ,
WeathercastPartly School Plans -. 'r t'd. h V ail'' a l'e' d
7 hl
cloudy skies and cool Dance Feb. 14 st l

Is ahead for
weather Lakeland
MULBERRY The Mulberry
through tomorrow, weathermen High School Diversified Cooperative C apt
laid today. Training Class will sponsor
Westerly winds will blow at a Sweetheart Dance on Feb. 14
12 to 20 miles an hour today, at the high school here. l
diminishing to 4 to I miles an Dress will be sei.ii-formal and r e : v J i; +

hour tonight I and becoming the dance will have a night club /, 7 tt'
northwesterly at 10 to 18 miles background with Al Berry, Plant
In hour. Moderate humidity will City, acting as disc Jockey. A tl tw
decrease tomorrow. floor show will be presented and
The maximum temperaturehere prizes will be awarded.Prisoner .
yesterday was 74 degrees,
the minimum this morning was Has ,
60 degrees, and .56 of an inch of
am fell at the city hall weather Sense Of Humor "
station In the 24-hour period
that ended at 7 o'clock this I RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -
morning, bringing the total rain. There's an inmate with a sense ,
rail sine Monday to 2.08 inches. of humor at North Carolina's
Central Prison. At least, prison : -
When It opened its doors In officials who supervise the making -TTt- -*
1928 the University of Miami of auto tags hope he meantit
had just 711 students. Thirty. humorously.
eight years later the University The prlsoner'i handiwork
has an enrollment of 13,356 and turned up at an auto store where
i physical plant valued at near state tags are sold. The tag
lv 58 million dollars. read: "U-BUM."

1 /t .ralaws
!Strike Possibility SeenlAfr 1

Cape Kennedy Today

J CAPE KENNEDY (AP-The slab and FEC representatives
I'lsence of Dr. Kurt H. Debug, began negotiations on the controveralal
ennedy Space Center director, Issue Wednesday Indications -
las expected to postpone a de- were that the talks
Ision today on whether the dealt largely with contract obligations -
I ike-bound Florida East Coast and related subjects.
1'ilway' will be permitted to op- Morse said the FEC has a long
|ate a spur track Into the Merit record of "disregard for the or- Background,new Chnellt Malibu Super Sport Coup;foreground,CktvtU*Uittbu Suptr Sport CtmvtrtibU. I
Island derly of collective II
Moonport processes
[However, Sen. Wayne Morse bargaining under the railway labor -
What's about the Chevelle Malibu ?
I Ore., told the Senate Wednesly act," and that he plans to so super Super Sports
night he had been Informed Introduce legislation which
strike could erupt at the Cape would make the line subject to I
|lay, closing down construction the Bank Holding Company Act. Let's start with the inside. You get Individually adjustable front bucket seats l, simulated walnut steering wheel, to name just a few of the many available

| defense and space flight fa I Talks Moved soft color-keyed leather-grain vinyL Special instrumentation-ammeter, oil pressure Even the exterior says it's super-special moldings and emblems, special I

pies.pr.. .Debus was reported to In a separate development In and water temperature gauges. Bright metal console' panel with either wheelcovers that define the highly maneuverable Chevelle 115-inch wheelbase.

I on the west coast and not ex- Miami, the Federal mediation sporty 4-speed stick shift or Powerglide floor-mounted straight-line shift. (Chevelle is smaller than the Jet-smooth luxury Chevrolet bigger than the popular ,

|"ted to return until Sunday and Conciliation Service talks goes aimedat Into Under the hood Lota of choice. Two Sixes-standard 120-hp and optional Chevy II, and fits beautifully in between them.) !
a second day of !
hte 'FEC has been operating! obtaining a formal contract 155-hp". Three V8's from the standard 283-cu.-In. job up to ( Actually, about all that's not super about these Malibu SS Coupes I

It nonunion workers since between Radio Corporation of reading it right!) 327-cu.-in.a Try this one to flatten out hills! and Convertibles is their price. And there's so much more to find out I

1. 23, 1943, when 11 nonop- America and cameramen Kennedy'smissiles who Some mighty appealing options, too. Electric tachometer you'rpzrI about them, the only right way to take it all in is to drive one. Your I
kting unions called a striker photograph Cape '
demands for an Increase in filght.Commllsloner traction rear axle, sintered metallic brake linings and Chevrolet dealer can take care of that, too. oo,.e.i/.1 ..ir. ?.,.
John R. Murray -
10.21 Strike cents Threatened an hour. of the mediation service said THE GREAT HIGHWAY PEKi-ORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy H Corvair Corvettei :

paceport unions have threat- "we have now moved talks
N to strike If the FEC moves from Cape Kennedy into MIamI. See them at your Chevrolet Showroom r
J'ght' on the 4t/.mife.govern- Our objective Is to obtain a formal .... ---- -- '
I1t-owned spur to the Moon- contract before re leave :: I
here" ,

Presidential Commission The missile photographers PENDARVIS CHEVROLET INC.
nmmended Oct. 18 that the:who number some 350, struck ,
tonal Aeronautics and Space'for thrue weeks last November.
nlnlitration boycott the FEC They returned to work under a 310 N. FLORIDA AVE. Lakeland Phone 686-5165 :

Remove the strike threat.wever truce worked out by the media- t

space agency off tion service s

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, Feb. t, IN4 17

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To Patrol Negro -NEW YORK (AP-The stock Chrysler. was unchanged at Bethlehem was unchanged.

market was steady moderately 38% on 4,500 sham Polaroid advanced 1% to 151
r9Va on 1,500 shares MontgomeryWard
active trading at the opening Standard Oil of California
HighwaysBy added % at :35% on 2.400
oday. eased H to 62% on 3400. shares. Liggett & Myers gained

TOM HUGHES YesterdayPolk Most key stocks showed minor Other openers Included New y. at 79% on 2,200 shares,
Ledger Staff Writer a gains York Central up /4 at 29% on Boeing slipped % to 39'4' on
County recorded its. Opening blocks Included Amer- 1,300 shares; Cord, unchangedat transactions of 2,000 and 1,000
The alarming rate of accidents 13th highway fatality of theyear ken Tobacco, up J4 at 28 % on 504! on 2,500; and Brunswick, sham
death and Injuries in yesterday afternoon 5,200 shares; Texaco, up % at up % at 11% on 1,500. Yesterday the Associated Press
Polk County highway accidents 73% on 3,100; and San Diego American Telephone was off average, of 60''' stocks rose 1.0
r this year has more when a 26-year-old Lakeland Imperial up % at 10% on 2,600 % at 143 on 1,500 shares to 2907.
Negro was thrown from the
'than raised the eyebrows of
car in which he was riding BLUE CHIPS .
Florida Highway Patrol per-
and was crushed betweentwo
sonnel and yesterday afternoon
they announced what i cars on South Florida ... AND IP NATlotJALCUJTMKPlH AND TURN40VER140a7o
they are going to do about It. n "IMP'S Avenue and the Drane Field COVSOUPATf SNARK cFPLYYNITG W6 CAM STIIJPKAIC D
Looking at the records this Road. WITH FINK INDIiynriK.-' COMMON EVEN

year one would get the Impression State Trooper F, A. Blossey WITNOUTA COMPLAINT
that driven do not FROM 1NE fC.
n v Identified the'victim as James
,\ consider their can lethal + ,.are cra Clinton Thomas of 732'/ W.
machines, capable of killing .t.' .
or maiming themselves, V .. Orange St. a
their loved ones or innocent -- Two other persons were

persons.So Injured in the three-car acci
far 13 deaths have been -
r .J dent. They were James and .-----
recorded. That's a new rec-
ord. But it doesn't stop 'II ,I Edna Clevenger, 1610 Morrell 4RSw

there;'123 have been Injured t' Drive. who suffered body *
many permanently; and there \ bruises and abrasions. LATESTOCKS
have been J48 accidents. !: l Car Skids I
"Alarming." said Capt. The InvestorBy I
"' t Daily
.. Olin Hill commander of the AI' The accident'' happened,

aeven-county Troop C, with ti Blossey said, when Thomas

headquarters In Lakeland. ? ,! Smith of 843 Lake Shore WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Q. Recently I transferred

Expresses Dismay 'Ii": ,, t....., Drive entered South Florida the ttvck** rMuMM......tI.n.ky Nlk IliM' Cvunly h.r......r.- My husband, who passed some stock which had been
-. ./ Th. ....._.1 away In 1953, owned seine/ Aliahany -
During a press conferenceheld Avenue from Drane Field registered In my name and my
at his headquarters on Road. He drove his car into [ Corp. common stock. I wife's name, "as Joint tenants,
hough the stock was no good
East Memorial Boulevard the path of an auto driven by 0-..... to, I never bothered to have Itransferred with right of survivorship, and
yesterday. Capt. Hill expressed of pl... I not as tenants In common," to
shock and dismay as he ANOTHER STATISTIC ThIs. pirate. ...... why' tie florid. Hifkwey Petrel li M eencenteJ Robert Robinson, Negro, y to my name. My I
wife's and
read over the tragic figures ever. Milt yeer's klfkwey. .ccl......*. It wes take. Sunday mrnln| en U. S. Highway 12 waif 734 W, Orange St. Thomas Remolds Co husband left everything to me. ter's my name, name".. Joint tenants daugh;"
the stock has
Now that come
for Polk County. .f Heine, City alias Ckerles. Tad Infli t.r ef Lake Alfred wes killed ...k.n .kli" small ear rammedMinitrack. was a passenger In the Rob- I etc
After going over the facts S Tfce rtmelnl, ef lk. car as fee see In Ik. kecltfreviid. while Infln|.,'. k4y !Su.s In.on.c.r, to life (by finally paying a dividend
AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE last ) I would like to Should daughter income -
and figures "statistics have,been on a ttretcker. In MM. itkt feresreune! kefer Mine m.i.4 te a m.rfu.. (Ledger etiete ky Huki). When. Robinson saw the have It transferred year to me. How tax my on all future pay dividends
how many persons
killed and injured he listed danger, Blossey said, he Latest do I got about It? paid on that stock? Or t
swerved Close A. You will have to provide) should wife half of
seven main causes of the accidents Three HurtIn to try to avoid a my report
,' although he said collision, but the car skiddedon Am Elec .............. 1% the company with proof that those dividends on the Joint Income
none of them follows a specific Lakeland the rain-slick road Into lames Eng .......... 28'/4 you are the heir plus documents tax return she and I file
pattern. rk r', f 1 ;1Te the rear'of Smith's auto, then Doraey Corp ...., ..... 6% I from the Federal estate Also, am I right In assuming
They art: Driving In the spun around on the road Into Falcon Sea Dr ........ 13% I tax and state inheritance tax. hat this was t good move, for
wrong lane; speed too fast Auto CrashThree the path of an oncoming car Guard Chem .......... NS people showing' overall tax purposes?
for conditions; following too driven by Earl Norman Phillips Gulf Am .............. 4'/ that you have A. Your daughter 1s now half
closely; driving while Intoxicated -* of 229 Swannonoa St. Gulf Sulphur .......... 5% met any death 9 4 owner of the stock. Half of the
; Improper or no' hand .\, ,:, persons were Injured In Mr. and Mrs Clevenger were Kratter......"....... 9% tax levies that t 'w dividends are hen. She reports
signal; failing to stop for a t i"4'f t three-car collision on Kathleen passengers in the Phillips' vehicle Lucky Friday........ 30% might be due on hat half of the dividends on
sign; and failing to stop it :M, .4 Road at its intersection with Occidental Pet ........ 27 your husband' $ J her Income tax return. The

I a railroad crossing Tent| Street yesterday after Thomas was thrown from Redwing Carrier ...... lO'/i estate.It other haf Is reported on the
t 1,220 Arrests noon. the auto, Blossey said, and Stephan Co ... ...... .. 8% seems gbvlous income tax return you and your
was crushed between Robin. Syntex ..,...."....... 112 that you wife file
Patrolman J. E. Mock identified
lt,, pointed out that the pa. a\ 'A5 son's auto and Phillips' car. Tampa Elec. ......... 25% need t lawyer I don't know whether the
trotAin an effort to stave off i d them as Virginia F. Pettyof Like many
Textron Elec. ........ "
Smith, Robinson and Phillips /s transfer was a good one or not,
the mounting toll on human Route 3, who suffered bruises widows,_ widow .
for all tax (Income estate Inheritance
lives has made 1,220 arrests and abrasions to both knees and were uninjured. OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL era and other prposes... -
this year, over half of which complained of back and head Blossey, assisted by Sgt. J. FUNDS, heirs, you apparently DOYLE I gilt) It
have been for hazardous moving k Injuries; Mary Cave of Route Wells, charged Smith with BANKS, Etc. have let things slide might have been. It might not
violations.But I '' 1 :3 I, who suffered a cut to the right falling to yield the right of Bid Some good. Individual legal advice have been.
that apparently has not 11 side of her head, and complained way from a stop intersection. Affiliated Fund ....... 833 can get you squared away. This column keeps stressing
been enough, something,eisemust of back and naclt Injures anda 'Damage to the autos was estimated Alico ........... ....... 7% Also, you made a big mfctalu; ., that tax angles can get mighty
J>e. added, he said, and r bruised right log-and' Charles at $390: to Smith'scar Am Express .......,,.. 34'/i by assuming that the stock wa I complicated. Joint tenancy is avery
I, then went on to explain what. Chester Mills of 1712 Fairbanks ; $400 to Thomas' auto; Auto Merch .......... 2% worthless A quick check with popular way to register
Starting tomorrow night, + Road, who suffered abrasions to and at $400 to Phillips' ve Chase Man Bank ..... 64% any brokerage firm would have stock. But it la often not the
Polk County troopers will be both knees, a cut forehead hicle. Eckerd's Drug ........ 17% provided you with the happy best way
reenforced with 15 troopers and cheat, neck and back Injuries. The death brought to four Fidelity Fund ......... 1699 news that it has and has had I always urge each family to
from other counties, plus the number of persons killedIn Fla. Ga ... ........... 101% value. consult a good tax lawyer.
three supervisors to aid In One AdmittedMrs. highway accidents In Polk Fla. Pub. Util. ........ 23 Since the time of your bui.- There Is no blanket formula to
"Selective Enforcement," County during the last five Fla. Steel............ 9% band's death, Allegheny com- fit all families.Q. .
commonly referred to as a JV Petty and Miss Cave days Fla. Tel .............. 27% mon has had a market price as
"Wolf Pack." ftII were released after treatment, Fla. Tile .............. ll'/i low as $3 a share 1953 to as
"Their job" Capt. Hill explained .tt w but Mills was admitted to Lake. Founders Life ....,... 5% high as $15.50 a share in 1961 We' were under the Im-
"will be to arrest all land General Hospital where he Womble Is Gulf Life .............. S8K As this column goes through >resslon that the $500 Series E,
traffic violators where the was reported In fair conditionthis Incorp Invest ......... 7.30 the typewriter its trading ;.S. Savings Bond, which we
evidence Is sufficient. morning. Inter County Tel ft Tel 50 round 11.50\ a share. purchased on Feb. I, 1951, ala
"We will employ plain cars DEEP CONCERN Ceet. Olin Hill cemmender ef Treat C, Mock said the accident hap- CandidateFor Jackson Mln Mart... 5% Alleghany common has beenno i cost of $371, Is now worth
and radar both day and night heedeuerteree1 1 I.. &Ltktleiid .leeks. ever. skis yeer's treflt" kif kweyrecerds pened when Mrs. Petty, driving Lewis Bus Forms ...... 17% big dividend payer But It its face value of $SIlO. Our bank
and a patrol plane during the en Polk Ctunty. kigkweyi, his' t.'ruion reveellnf kii a car south on Kathleen Road, Nationwide ........... 15'% did pay five cents a share in ells us It Is worth only 47740.
day." ...> fencer He ,ro,.... a "Selective EnUrcwitnt" freve re with Miss Cash as a passenger, JP Post A. H. Robin ......... 36% 961. Didn't you know about I. this true?
Capt. Hill solicited the aid tart werkinf tomemw nigkt. (Ledger. pkete ky Hufki). made a left turn Into the path Taylor Inst ........... 51 hat? Then, it paid 11 cents a A Yea. That's it right on
of all law, forcement agen .lot Mill.' auto. The two cars Virgil Womble of Highland T.V Elec Fund ...... 776 hare In 1963. he button. It Is quite difficult
dies bold on city: and county lIidddMn. Petty't auto City announced today that he Trans Gas Pipe Line .. 22% You mention that 1963 dividend ; 10 keep tabs on the changing
levels to back the attack on was shoved into sn unoccupiedcar will be a candidate for justice Travelers .. ........... 196'/J I hope you didn't cash values of E bonds. But banks
accidents.He North-South Route owned by Peggy Ann Oliverof of the peace in District 1, United Ilium .......... 38% hat dividend check by endorsing have tables of figures and other
called on motorists to 1302 Ninth St. which includes Mulberry I Universal Foods ...... 32 it with your late husband's literature, supplied to them by
help him in the fight also Mrs Petty was charged with Highland City. Medulla and Walters Jim .......... 29% name. Careful! Better see an he U.S. Treasury Department
"Any motorist observing a falling to yield the right of way. Southwest Polk County, attorney. with all that Informationti .
violator on the roads are Survey Nearly DoneThe Damage to the vehicles was estimated NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE
Womble Is a building con
asked to call the nearest police at $375 to Mrs Petty'scar
station or the patrol. ; $250 to Mills' auto; and tractor and a lifetime residentof Latest Ham. latest JI .m. Latest 11 I.m.
"When calling Information "center line" survey for ment, said In Tallahassee to- $25 to Mrs Oliver' car Polk County and Highland Close Price Clore Price Close Price

should include the make of the north-south throughway in day.Phillips City.Womble Air Reduction 59 5814' DuPont 256 259 Pepsi Cola 51% NS
car, direction of travel, tag Lakeland will be completed In said that the contractfor said, "In a county Alden 23% 23'/' Eastman Kodac 1163/ 117 Pfizer 493/ 50114Phila
number and number of occupants March John R. Phillips, chairman the design of the four-lane Bandits Get as large as Polk the office of Allegheny Ludlum 39'% NS Gamble Skgmo 28y4 NS Elec :MIA 34'%"
in the car if possible. of the State Road Depart- arterial route is expected to be justice of the peace can be of Allied Chem 541% 54 G. Pac 54\,4\ 5-4 Phillip Morris 72% 73
awarded late In March or earlyin great benefit in giving the Allied Stores 55% 55 Gen Elec 87'Va' 87% Phillips Pet 481A 4814Phelphs
April. $205 From people a quick and Inexpen Am Bosch 15'/s. 15 Gen Foods 88 88 Dodge 84 NS
Freeman Promises Steps The "center line" study will live way to seek a remedy for Am Cyanamid 59'% 59fl Gen In.t 1314 NS Piper Air 45 45
I determine the location of the their problems. I have been Am Home Prd 66% 66% Gen Motors 79'4' 791.4. Pit Plate Glass 57% 5714
Against Island CitrusBy throughway from Interstate 4 to Liquor StoreTwo dealing with people all my life Am Hospital 22% 22% Gen Tel Ie Elec 321.4'. 32% Proctor Ie Gamble 80% 79%
South Florida Avenue near the and with my experience as a Am Mach ft Frdy 18% 18% Gen Time 131.4. 13 Pub Srv ElecleGaa 75r. 76o/e
Drane Field Road. bandits robbed theJ. successful businessman I will Prd 18 18% Gen Tire 221h 22Ya
DAVE PRATT strongly against this proposed Negro Am Metal % Pure Oil 42342%
Staff Writer Virgin Islands deal," Rut- Survey About Done ft M. Liquor Store on West be able to offer to all the Am Motor 17 171% Gillette 30r.. 30r.W. Raybe.tos Man 393A NS
Ledger ledge said, "the reason, and "Jay Brown (chief engineer Main Street last night of $205.47 people in District 1 the full Am Res & Dev 2314 NSAm R. Grace 511h 5W. Rep Steel 41% 41VsR.
Secretary of Agriculture. Or- the only reason we are proceeding for the SRD) directed that the worth of cash, whisky and the services of the office" of Justice Seating 37'4 37 Great A & P Tea 3ar.. 36rs J. Reynolds 40% 40%
title L. Freeman has re emphasized so strongly for the center line be established about victim's watch. of the Peace Am Tobacco 28% 28% Greyhound 46Y 46r. Reynolds Met 3514 35Y.
that his Departmentwill maintenance of (tariff) duties two weeks ago," Phillips said John S. Miller, an employe, Womble Is a member of the Am Tel ft Tel 143'143K Grumman 4014 40% Rhod Sel Trust IS% 11%
continue to oppose t on oranges and orange "The survey to determine the told police be i was working in Highland City Methodist Ampex 15% 15'4 IBM 5-40 535Ya R. C. Cola 48r. 46%
threatened lease of Virgin Islands products coming into the route should be completed In the store last night when he Church and Highland City Aria Pub Ser 30% 30% Int Harvester 81 60% Safeway Stores 59% 59%
property to a firm which United States. about four more weeks. noticed two Negroes, one with Civitan Club. He Is also assistant Armco Steel 66 66tcha % IMC 7r.. NS Scott Paper 38Ya 383%
would produce citrus for export "We will then turn the proj- a stocking over his face come chief of the volunteerfire top 28 28ijtl Int Min Ie Chem 66% NS I Seaboard Air R 43% 433,4
of duty free concentrate Production Increasing"We ect over to the consulting engineers into the store. One of them was department and Institutional Refin 54 54 Int Paper 321/ 3W. Sears 101% 101%
to the U.S. must remember that for the,, design of the holding a gun on him. representative for the Auto Can 14'/4 trot Tel Ie Tel 55 115 Shattuck 113,4
"We will continue to oppose world production of citrus Is throughway" One of the Negroes ordered Highland City Boy Scout troop.He \vco 22% 22% Jones Ie Laughlin 68% 69 I Sinclair Oaf 47% 46r.
this suggested shift in growing faster than our domestic Phillips Indicated"that the him to put hit hands up, then Is married to Lorena Beneficial 56 56 Kel.ey Hayes 37% 37% Socony 70% 701%
land use from sugarcane to production, and that alinement of the arterial link ordered him to put his hands Womble and they have two Beth Steel 33% 33% Kimberly Clark 60'661'. s. C. Elec Ie Gas 563. NS
oranges in large part becauseof the United States has the largest will be near Lincoln Avenue.He down. sons, Phillip, 20, who Is a Blaw-Knox 29'/s 29BorWarner Kerr-McGee 3514 35% Southern 58 56Ya
the adverse effect it would and moat lucrative market reported that SRD engineers Hands Bound student at Florida Southern 45% 45% Korvette 32 32 Sperry Rand 19'4' 19Ya
have on prices received by for citrus: In the world." working on the project, College and Don 16, who is Brunswick jl1% H'/a Le.r-Siegler 13% 13% Spiegel 30Ya 30y'
for Miller said the Negro told him Ie Myers 78Y. 791%
mainland growers In a Jan. 23 letter to Freeman had found a deep muck pocketin of the cash a student at Bartow High Burlington 4P/4 41% 70% Std Oaf Cal 62% 62'4'
said In a to get the money out Litton Inds 70113
oranges, Freeman Citrus'Mu- Rutledge ,, warned the t wooded area north of the register then fill the sack he School. Burroughs 23 23%. Lone Star Gas 23/a 23% Std Oil tnd. 6314 633%
letter to Florida proposed transfer of 1,700 city and that the "center line"in was holding with whisky. Then r-M,'>" Cat Tractor 50'% 50% Loral Elec 71% 7WP. Std Old N.J. 81% 81
teat executive vice president acres of Virgin Islands sugarcane that area bad been designated Miller was ordered to lie face I Celanese 58'% 59 Lorrlllard 437/4 44% Sunray Oaf 32'4' 3214
Robert W. Rutledge land into citrus produc. to skin the pocket. down on the floor Chemtron 25% 25% Madison Fd 20'13' 20o/e Tenn Gas Ie Trans 20Ya 20Ya
Decision Hoped tion "ultimately could have "We are concentrating our efforts The Negroes bound his hands Chea & Ohio 69 69 Magnavox 39r.. 39% Texaco 73% 73Ya
"We are hopeful that the the net effect of Introducing on getting the alinement with adhesive tape, Miller reported Chrysler 38% 39Cln Marluardt 10 NS Texas Gulf Sui 2W. 22
board of directors of the Virgin into the US. markets threeto established and the project underway then they opened small Gas ft Elec 26% 26% Martin Marietta 19% 19% Tidewater 381A 37Ya
Islands Corporation, now four million gallon of concentrate on that section of the metal box and took some Cities Ser 67% 67% McCrory 10y' II Tractor Sup 19Ya 19Ya
that it has considered this as an addition to our throughway from Memorial change. Coca Cola 119 W% McKesson 43 43% Union Bag NS NS
matter for some several normal supply" Boulevard north to Interstate 4," One of the Negroes slapped Colgate Pal 39% 39% Merk 118 119 Union Oil 81% 81%
months likewise will decide Rutledge told Freeman that Phillips said. Miller on the right side of his Collins Rad 19% 19% Minn. Hnwl 134% 13414 Union Pac 40 40
the proposed citrus the Florida citrus industry "After that Is accomplished, head with his open hand then Columbia Gas 29'4 NS MMM 6634 6734Montg Union Tank 38 36Vs
against) Freeman said In his could lose a* much a* $20 million we will begin the preliminary slipped a watch from Miller's Com Credit 40>/ NS Ward 35% 35% United Fin 2314 23%
letter ease. which was received by per year because citrus work on the section between Memorial wrist. Con Edison 83% 83% Net Biscuit 58% 58% United Fruit 21 21
Tuesday. concentrate sent to the U. S. Boulevard and Main Miller said they put a rag in Con Foods 48% 49 Nat Can 141% 14'4' US.Inds 8"4 8Y.
Ratledge commented today from the Virgin Islands wouldbe Street. We will have some problems his mouth, then left the build- Consumer Pwr 47% 47% Nat Dairy 67% 87Ya U.S. Rubber 47Ya 47%
Rutledge Is to receive shipped duty-free. Rutledgesaid because of the yards of the Ing. They apparently made Cont Can 44% 44% Nat Fuel 32r.. NS V.S. Steel 54% 1143,4
"If the grower in the future the corporation seeking Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in their getaway by car, he said. Cont Oil 63% 63'/4 Nat Gyp.en 46 NS UpJohn 55% 553%
hit expected profit that to lease the land from the that area." Miller said he lay on the floor Ctrl Data 84% 83% Nat Tea 15 15 VendI 16'4' 161,4
every avenue additional peaple Virgin I Islands Corporation Phillips and Warren Cason for about 20 minutes before Corn Prds 64'6414 NI.-Moh.wk 52% 112'4' W.mer-Lambert 25'4' 251.
may devise to bring guaranteed growers they district road board member, of customer Joseph Lester Negro, Crown Cork 28 28'4Curtll..Wrlght Okla Gas Ie Elec 261h 26Ya W. Air Brake 31'4' 31%
oranges or orange products U'/s 18% Outboard Marine 17% 17 Westinghouse 31% ::11*
United States would receive 75 per cent of Tampa at a meeting of Silt W Ninth St. released
Into the the seasonal average Florida with Rep. Lawton M. Chiles Jr. Den A Rio R R 20'NS' Pac Gas Elec 32% 321h Wlnn Dixie 30Ya 3014
must be stopped and I mean price paid to growers for earlier this year that the him.Police said the robbers made De Soto Chem 20 NSDr Pan Am Sulphur 22% 22% Woolworth 7H4 72%
stopped, before It gets oranges for concentrating purposes. throughway would be started in away with $182.47 In cash; the Pepper 50 NS Parke Davia 33\1\ NS Xerox 70% 13
that"This wit Is are the proceeding only reason to ." 1964. | watch, $15 of whisky and change. VIRGIL WOMBLE Dresser Inds 25% 25% Penney J, C 45 45'4' Zenith Rad 15% 76Il

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Austrians Sweep ? 1

Downhill Slalom


By TED SMITS II Thursday, Feb. I. list

AssocIated Press Sports Editors ;TT-vr..r.\ _

INNSBRUCK Austria (AP) A sweep by a trio of skiing wizards from Austria In the

indies' downhill foiled Jean Saubert'i bid for a third skiing medal Thursday as Russia won 4

ter another Olympic speed Games skating title and an American bobsled narrowly escaped disaster at the ninth Win NO. 100 FOR BUBAS

The four-man sled, driven by lumberman Larry McKilllp of Saranac Lake, N. Y., almost left frt I-

the track when it hit a rut at the notorious Witch's Cauldron curve on a training run and _____ Blue Devils

snapped its steering wheel. Only the quick thinking and steel nerves of the .eliot .ore/ented a '
serious accident :

Christl Haai, a tall, 20-year- first.place medals but the men I wegian shut out several more

old Austrian girl who Is recognized only two.Closest. I Russian skater in the 3,000-me

queen of the downhill Soviet competitors soar ter race. Knut Johannesen won Rout Wolf pack
are Austria, France and : r' '
slopes, won this specialty by Finland, each with three gold in 7.38, followed by Fred Anton -

I shooting down the precipitous medals Maler In 7:42.0.Broke : r

1.6.mile Mount Hoadl course i In Six of the Soviet gold medal I Records By TED MEIER ranked DePaul rolled over

1 minute, 55.39 seconds are III women's events. Lldia Associated Press Sports Writer Notre Dame 80-75 In two other

Edith Zimmermann was sec ikobhkova alone collected four All the Norwegians and Ruaala's HAPPY LANDING FOR GOLD MEDAL WINNER Ants MOses If the S"' + UK*** illatstut This is a memorable year top games on Wednesday's collegiate -

ond in 1:56.42 and Traud In the speed skating. Claudia Olympic Victor record.Kosichkln The broke Russian'stime the bend of mow .N crculu* the finish, lee .."., M win the 1,100-metar speed ...tl*| event In for coaches.many college basketball program. Ray Meyer.
Soyarskikh harvested two more Winter' Olympic et Innibrack Auitrle. Antten, IS-yeer-eM bteitle Indent, tweet .....4 tie DePaul coach, now la within
Hecher third in 1:56.66, giving of 7::43.8 gave him no bet Kentucky's veteran four
:in the Nordic cross country Olympic. ...11. 2 mlnmei, 10.1 tecendi. AP Wlreebet ..te_rnble. frem .lpp.ibn.ck. ). Adolph victories of hit 350th celebration
Austria a 1.2.3 medal slam. r.ce. ter than fourth-' nlnreKosichkln r Rupp notched his 700th career ,
like; Grishln In the victory last Monday. Duke's C1ncJanatlWIaa

Slow Run Soviet Win 500 meter was the defending Canadiens Vic Bubas reached his 100th Cincinnati snapped a five

Miss Saubert, spunky 21-year A seventh gold medal went to champion in the SOOO meter Jordan To Speak milestone Wednesday night game losing streak by defeating -

old Oregon State coed from the Soviet pairs figure skaters, He finished first to Johannesen't Hank Iba'of Oklahoma State Dayton 7744, Memphis

Lakevlew, Ore., who previous); Ludmilla Belousova and her second in the Squaw Valley Black HawksIn and Slats Gill of Oregon State State banded Crelghton its first
Games are next in line to celebrate. home defeat of
husband Oleg the season 87-86,
bad In Protopopov.
won a silver medal the:
Miss Boyarskikh won her second lbs need only three more victories -Syracuse edged Niagara 83-81
giant slalom and a bronze In the The only Soviet victor so far gold At Grid Dinner
In a Wednesday In to hit the 700 mark. Gill in overtime on Dave Bink'sshot
special slalom, had a very; Vladimir completely Melanin men'in the event biath was the five-kilometer (3.1 miles) NHL Duel needs eight for his 600 mile with four seconds left and

disappointing race, clocking, ion. cross country race She previously stone Oklahoma City also went an

2:03.79.: Russia baa run Into trouble In won the kilometer ((82 Bl THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ralph (Shug) Jordan, head i includes a top speaker usually Sets Record extra period to defeat St. Louis
She was slowest of the 15 I the men's miles) cross country. 1 football coach at Auburn University -one of the Southeastern Coil Bubas, :34-year-old native of 8075.
seeded competitors In the field speed In skating a Soviet The Russian girl had a timeof Montreal 1 II stepping up the will be the top speaker f erence coaches. Gary, Ind., had no worries as Once-beaten Villsnova, now

of 44 from 16 nations, even fall On stronghold the past. 17:50.5.: Mirja Lehtonen of tempo in Its National Hockey Saturday night when the Lakeland Jordan spoke here several Duke swamped North Carolina 17-1, overcame an Il-polnt def.

Ing behind her teammate, Starr won Tuesday the ,first Terry McDermott Finland was second in 17:52.9: League stretch duel with Chicago Dreadnaught Booster Club year age at a Booster Club State 66-48 and set an Atlantic kit to beat the Sonnies at Phil.

Walton, year-old University for the United States gold medal and Alevtlna Kolchlna also of but the Black Hawks are olds Its annual football dinnerat dinner. lOis Auburn team has Coast Conference record of 26 adelphla's Palestra. A comer

of California student from Sacramento the MO.meter In by taking Russia was third in 18084.: matching the Flying Frenchmen the Lakeland Senior High consistently been a power lathe straight ACC victories. shot by George Leftwich put
Calif, who did 2:01.45.: record time beating the Olympic 1960 Another gold medal Wednes length for length. School cafeteria. SEC and last year earned, The Blue Devils, seventh- the Wildcat ahead for good at

The Soviet Union picked up its champion Evgeny Grishln and day went to Austrian Josef The Canadiens stayed on the The dinner Is slated to begin a berth In the Orange Bowl ranked nationally in The Associated -31-29.

ninth gold medal and Its 22nd couple of other Russian favor.a 7eistmantl and Manfred Stengl move Wednesday as goalie at 7 p.m. Red Mltchum, where they were defeated by Press poll, led by only DePaul, also only beaten once
medal over-all of the game In the pairs toboggan race They Charlie Hodge blanked Toronto former University ef Florida, Nebraska despite a last-half 25-21 at the half but then pulled made its record 1..1. as Jesse

when Ante Antson, a 25-year-old ites.On Wednesday a trio of Nor- had a time of I:41.82 for the two 20. Chicago kept pace as the will be the master of cere- rally. away. Hack Tlson, Jeff Mul- Nash flipped In 25 point and
Estonian student, won the 1,500 runs. "scooter" line Stan Mikita, monies. Jordan also has an interest in I l ins and Jay Buckley combined grabbed 20 rebounds It markedthe

meter speed skating in 2 min i 1Cen Wharram and Ab McDon- The hinner will be open to the Polk County this year. Two of for 42 points.Sixthranked. first time In nine years that
utei, 10.3 seconds. collaborated for a 4-2 vic- public with 300 tickets on sale the Auburn gridder of the fu-. Villanova beat the Blue Demons have defeated

With the 12-day games two- tory over Detroit. at $3 per plate. Both feminineand tore come from Mulberry-Au-:. St. Bonaventure 57-52 for Its113th Notre Dame twice In one sea

thirds over the women are winning U. s. Hockey Head New York battling the RedWings masculine fans will be eligible burn signing fullback I straight victory and 10th- son.

I the gold medal for Russia for the last Stanley Cup to attend. Tickets are on' Martin and tackle Larry Hagan

but the men are having trouble. playoff spot, failed to gain! sale at several Lakeland locaIons. for next fall's freshman team. .* *
The women have won seven ground when Boston upendedthe As in the past festivities are

I Calls For Revision Rangers 32. Every year the Booster Club, scheduled "to move right Pan American Flies
Dinner In the have HighIn
I MeLaulin Cards I II Tied For First which promotes extra-curricular along. past 'I
marked if
-- 'I by little any,
Lakeland Senior
activities at
I INNSBRUCK Austria. (AP-'pads Into Wednesday' victories left
HoleInOneDoug I a tattered wasted time.Pettit.
carrying Ugh School holds a dinner to!
"About the Montreal
only way you can case.Johnson and Chicago In a firstplace AP Small-College PollBy
McLaulln of Bartow lay on an American Olympicteam had left the Ice tie, with 62 point each. honor members of the Dread

carded a tiole-ln-one on the is to be a millionaire or a by request after he tangled early witha oronto's fading NHL defenders I naught football squad It also Nears

No. 6 hole at Cleveland bum." Czech in the closing minutesof are eight points back. New York THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington of Missouri fell

Heights golf course, yester Walter Bush of Minneapolis, Wednesday night's with 44 points i* one ahead of defending Champ Pan American. Tex.. 1* flying one place to seventh after losing -

day. manager of the. U.S. Olympic It wasn't game.k"Nah a fifth place Detroit. Wins In TourneyPALM NBA high In The Associated Press' i to Valparaiso. Unbeaten,

The Bartow golfer carded ockey team, sat In the gloomy, game," he said. "We had a rough bad The Canadien dealt the Male -. AllTimef mall-college basketball poll Assumption held eighth following
an ace on the 181-yard hole dressing room Wednesday night night. That make four > Leafs their ninth shutout defeat Thursday on the strength of'our its 11th victory, a 78-70 defeat
out of .
with a No. 4 wood shot He a fter the defending championAmericans five." of the season. Bobby Roui- BEACH (AP)-Defend victories last week that of St. Michael's. Vt.

was playing with RichardBergqukt had lost their last 1 The Americans were eau and Cities Tremblay each I Ing champion Nancy Roth of Scoring Mark boosted its record to 17-3. Western Carolina slumped
ripped I
of Lakeland. chance for even a bronze Olym-by a strong scored his 19th season goal and i iI Hollywood meets Mrs. John Dy In the past two weeks, during from ninth to 10th despite three
pta.NST's..ouaaaspossosWrestling pic medal and analyzed the Czechoslovakia team 71. Hodge turned back 23 Toronto son of Sugarloaf Pa.. today in which they made a successful victories last week. Fresno
defeat, U.S. record now 1 Is 1-4. with two i shots to post his fourth blank the second round of the Women'lGolf The NBA brass doubtless are tour of the East the Texans State dropped out of the first

I "We Just have to revise ourystem. game left. A fifth or sixth job. Championship of Palm shining up a new trophy for Bob have climbed from ninth placeto ten.
Is ." Bush said. "We are place finish II In store Chicago blew a2'O_ lead and Beach. 'ettlt's mantle at home. third In the balloting by a
piaying one system against another In other championship j then clipped the Red Wings on Miss Roth eliminated Mary The presentation to the star pedal regional panel of eight

I 'y'Russians Wednesday, Canada beat game Fin. goal by McDonald and What Ann Downey of Baltimore, Md., of the St. Louis Hawk In the writers and broadcaster Landry | .;
SAT. NITE 8 P.M. collected 81 Signs ,
I Are Pros' land 82, Russia trounced Germany ram in the last two minutes 3 and 1 Wednesday, while Mrs National BasketbaU Association The Texas team
"The Mikita three assists eliminated Ann Richard point In the latest vote. Evans-
LAKELAND ARMORY Russians are One picked up Dyson
pros. '
10 0
and Sweden crushed : figures to come Saturday nightIn
of the to raise his of Columbus Ohio the vllle, Ind, remained In first
Swede makes $45,000a Switzerland 120. league leading point son on St. Louis when the Hawks 10-Year PactDALLAS
,. total 70.Rochelle. place with 71 point followed byGramblln
GIRL year. He drives a big black Russia and Canada lead with I to 19th hole.Medalist play the San Francisco War-
: American he Barbara Mclntlre of ,. La. with 68. Points
;;; ; WRESTLERS I car bought last 5-0 records. Sweden and Czech riors.
basis of 10!
year, and kid in Colorado Springs, Colo, had togo were awarded on a
.. every Sweden oslovakla are close behind with As soon as the former All- (AP) Last season
;1' MEN uses a hockey stick with his 4.1 each. I Beats 20 holes to defeat Alice Dyeof II America from Louisiana State for a first place vote, 9 for second the Dallas Cowboy lost 10

name on It. Indianapolis and Is matched I etc. games and won only four hi the
Today four the
a day off for the con- scores points game
Marshall 71.49Rochelle'l and Grambling.
WRESTLERSMIXED I "We either do something tenders with the vital game against Lake Worth'. .enlatlon- probably will be stopped and a Evansville National Football League. In
about It. or we might consider al high school golfer Rhonda each won two game last week four
Friday and Saturday. On Friday -I brief ceremony held in honor of year under Coach Tom
IN 14-2
'whether we should even be competing Russia meets Sweden and Panthers chalkedup Glenn, In the second round. the new all-time scoring champIn lifting the Aces' record to Landry their record 1 I. 11383.So .
TAG ." Canada takes on the Czechs their tenth win of the season ,- The pair that won the Interns the NBA. and the Grambling Tigers toIS.L what does multimillionaire

TEAM MATCHA I Paul Johnson, one of the three Saturday, the Czechs and in 18 games and ninth In tional Four Ban Tournament Pettit threw in 30 points club owner Clint Murchison do?
players left from the 1960 Olympic Swedes last week Gloria Ehret of Alentown. On Way Up He signs Landry
clash with Canada facing 14 conference games last night. Wednesday night In a losing Wednesday to
GIRL AND A MAN champion team sat In the Russia In the probable with 71-49 Pa. and Janey Wood cause against the Baltimore Bul Wittenberg and Youngstown a new 10-year contract be-
AGAINST A GIRL AND A ;corner, angrily slamming his:off match. pay a cage triumph over worth of Hollywood were upset lets. This upped his pro career joined Pan American among lieved by some to be the long.

MAN WRESTLER. GIRLS Marshall High of Plant City In in separate matches. total not counting playofl I the teams on the way up. Wit. eat in professional sports.

CAN WRESTLI MEN. the Rochelle gym. The tenberg climbed one place to I With one still to
games, to 19.197 point record year go on
MEN MAY WRESTLI GIRLS. Defending Champ BowsIn The Panthers of Lakeland will Is 19,200 held by Dolph sixth after defeating Heidel his original pact, that mean
participate in the Polk Senior League berg. Youngstown which was I the
ANYTHING GOES County I Schayes, coach and nowand- matter of a new Landry
ANYTHING MAY HAPPEN! Club Golf TourneyThere Negro prep tourney beginning Meeting MondayThe then player for the Philadelphia not in the Top Ten a week ago,, contract won't need to come up

MISS ClARA MISS AMES I tonight at Lake Wales. Rochelle 76ers. moved up to ninth although its again for 11 years.

AND ... AND will be plays Jewett High of Florence Lakeland Senior Baseball 16-game unbeaten streak was Landry, 39, joined the fledg
MA.CO POLO T.N.T. NAPOLITAN I a new club Benny Jones 4.2. to win the I Villa tomorrow afternoon in Its League will hold an election : Bullets Win ended by Central State of Ohio ling Dallas club after servingas
champion at Cleveland
CHALLENGEMatchWiener golf club this Heights fourth consolation flight title. first game In the tourney. of officers meeting Mart- Walt Bellamy and Rod Thorn Kentucky Wesleyan. 12.3, an assistant on the New
I. season And for the first time none James Foster with 20 points day at 7SO p.m. In the east combined for 54 points to offset dropped from third to fourth al York Giants' staff reportedly

Toke All club Bobby Hlnson knocked a off former of the matches had to go to and Charles Abrams with 17 room of the New Civic Cen, Pettit's 30 as Baltimore won 113- though It beat Wabash 8659Hofstra drawing $30,000 a year.
champ, defendIng
Erie Pemtrty" Chuck- extra holes. I led the Panthers. Douglas 100. The Bullets' victory, helpedby victor over Rider and I Terms of his extended contract -

GETS MATCH Terry, I champion In ResultsCHAMPIONSHIP: Cooper with 13 led the losers,, ter.The baseball program Is for. SI Green's eight Important Kings Point for a 14-3 slate, were not disclosed.:
( ; up, a semifinal CH"MPION.HIP 'UGNT Marshall won the junior boys In the 15-11 bracket. points in the last five minutes, held fifth place.Basketball.
AGAINST r.i] match. Bob McManu Sr. eliminated e.bb, Hawo dww... C.uCk To'... varsity age I General Manager Tex:
Juan Sebastian another ex .champ I P..u..r.. hb 4.2. MMAw S.. 000.d. ..,; game, 4034. Henry Good Election of officers will high, knocked St. Louis out of second. -I Schramm said! however it

when h* downed Roy Peters, .., CONSOLATION. man with_.ten-led Rochelle. light Monday's sessIon place In the tight Western Division Scores raise Landry' salary and the

Big Ik* ro.lns-R.f.rtl 4-2. Th* twe wUl meet for 4.,*3&'' .JS*'**' 7.y D.... race. eoLLta,..... ...... I terms "make Tom one of the
Laker took 5e Th. A
The Los Angeles >*
the club title 36. PICa T Vlllinwtrt.I il., vntwn higher paid coaches in the
over the hole ,_ FLIGHT ARCA's > U.
Ray _..- CIIU.HI. 4.?. .t, ,:"S5U|" '5005 0 250-Mile Race over the runner-up spot one as. jMoph 1, Pa. ft, MrwtMl .., R.*.. NFL."
ANDREWS KARISONWerclovdvsDeran route Sunday. All other final _, .. "* III ::"AI, Eimin : and 70.
I. behind San Francisco .
game ph- matches are over the 18 > hole ."..?T CONSOLATION a xr.euM U N.mltrm U (.oh
THars route and due to be com 'rommMi .u.. W"..", Marks Daytona Debut half a game before St Louis CO.,"'" II Ce,.... M Auto Five
4.5 Jim Wins
W.II ton M.ll Ik U.
do.. .... .w"od D. Jm s..,. by drubbing the Detroit Pistons a.as. n.Cw.,51525 s.d-s ST.PodS. M
TI.k M ,', pleted by Sunday. IICOND PLIaNT 111-85 to a six-game lowing ..0 7. W.',".. ST.P. .
Ingxd. 110 w.I1a.:. *o'U\.al One title was decided when eob, M.M."u. J.. trlmmMi e.b ...,. DAYTONA BEACH Men banked turns of the world's. snap .nn .ut> te BucklMII IS.firMU WINTER HAVEN Dick's
.tuO.1I too .'0 m.."..J..k.. wee eesd. Goo,.. 1Mwt I s T4, Lohigh teewnton Auto Sales of Lakeland copped
,George McElhenny trimmed I J. and machines who will hold fastest track. 111 CuMiMft.ni>> It.
nCOND CON.OLATION Elgin Baylor starred as the ->rinaitl.0 .a. Amhortl M.uk I It eighth straight Indepen.
O"k" A".... O..tMl ,. The ARCA field, limited to MIT 75 as.-'. Twa 5L
55. the I
LI-ed M Mud spotlight In the second major Lakers broke open a close gamein Ms N.. Carolina 't ... dent cage victory here last night
r- : 1 : aa.'rw. I SO cars, ls beaded by the midwestern i the third period. He scored:t W. Vireln.. ... M>ryl.n< .7.
I MN., Mo',4, iii; event of "Speed Weeks"the DoP.ul Ce. ..._ O.n.. H. with a 108-72 win over Cypress
J.ck el.yHINoc5NoA7'r .,1. ARCA 230-mile national organization's nation 37 points, grabbed 17 reboundr C.nc.niotl. r?, 0..t.n 19Mm Gardens at the Winter Haven
nit tt. 17 CroKhton M.
I I champ Jack Bowsher
Jim Swan tout Jack. PrMt S'4, O championship race for late model and played a TIM *o. e>wi>ne c r.*n ri High gym.
Ij1-j Mg John who will drive a 1S64 Ford,, Ok I.. City M, at Leu,l TS <.!>.
Is.m.l. U FW :tT2.1. i stocks on Sunday have g[me.. ".n.II. '1. .utl... 71. Frank Etheridge with 48 and
... ,,
had _.
0,51. M t o.uI made only a few turns of tallend 17. P "' 1.'d II.
I u". "P."*" '."", Vl"5n5j''s.n', begun practice on the Daytona the track Ray Scott led the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Harold Scott with 31 led the
International before he pronounced Piston with 26 '.ltI..o.. IU. .t. Leui. 101.
1. :.n POUIITM. Mrllh.nny CONSOLATION dN..s.d ..nni,1 Determined Speedway.to show race fans It was the best racIng strip point LM A15.l.. 111 sos..,. U Automen.
ci tfw t tl.l be had
ever seen.
'PAIHINOSrvauitt I that they. a* well as the r- --- I
IJO-..CHAMPI ONSHIP PLIQUT I "If fair, extremely fast andI
y. MM."u. can turn the '
W,.," n." ". 'h CO..aO TION I "Big D" at record speeds, the believe we ARCA chauffeurswill I 1t I, Mst I
: t'GHT make a good showing
SEE DRIVELincoln ARCA drivers have been -
... VrtwHPIPT run Bowsher said. "If we don't ? ; IL
AND I PLIQMT CON.OLATtO.. sing the 5-mile asphalt oval
utton vt Will, It'll be our fault. I have a feel
'I from
'LIGHT early morning until dusk.Sunday's .
I t ing that race fans will see I
:: : -
race marks the debut
Continental Compact I 1, AIO.pp' ?.MC,..... TION of ARCA the of the hottest races of the year .
on Speedway, anda
1I 1I I McH.ii: vt TMIJIO'euiif. ,:FLIGHTNIOLATION week of practice i II none too when we go on Sunday" ,
1I ) ;
?! much The ARCA 250-mlier I Ie worth
I to become familiar with
I nj...FOURTH. .,k.',FLIGHT the long Straights and high more than $26,000 In posted
DELIVERS $211500 -I awards. I
FOR The ARCA race will have a

bristling curtain-raiser on Saturday .
I Scheduled for that day are

RAINGEAR TARPAULINS, oil sizes I four 50-mile races. The first two ;h- I
will determine the post positiona .
Raincoats .............. 9Sc to 9.91 S CH 'I for the ARCA race on

I Ratnivits ................1.9S t* 11.95 :Sunday, and the other two will
MsttrttwStevsi be for the pole positions for the I
Kits* Boots ............... ...4.98 1* '.91 fastest automobile race In the

100.000 milts. In 1000 hours-that wes the Comet Durability Hip Beets ..............................9.91 world The Daytona 500.
Runt You won t want to drive that fait or that long-but you In the Daytona 500 pole

can count on enjoying the same engineering skills and basic Wadirt ...................,,..........12.98 Lanterns races all the NASCAR stars ;

showroom.know-how that What's mad more Daytona-our dealt pqisible are, just In any** hotl Comet! In our,A C Rain Nets .................................98e Feet Loe..nO"nho.s will ge to the post In flat-out 1a1
effort to win the post ef I

....................2.49.19 Svltcaitt honor and the cash that goes

CLAUDE JE. KI\S' to the winners.
For excitement, the M-milen()

LINCOLN MERCURY VET'S SURPLUS are hard to beat. From flagfall I SINGING GOOD TIME M.mbin ef the Lekelene1 Lawn lewliitf Club pertic'eete' I I.. .... > I

to finish the drivers "stand on lingin* Tveidey el the club held its 40th kirthdey .rmlvtrMry et e luncheon et the Civl C.....,.
519 N. Florida AY*. Ph. MU it." No for tires. The Lekeleitd. Law. low II". Club Is .! the
941 E. Main Lakeland 686-6151 2-1805 stops gas or en* top clubs In the State ef Florid end (,.,.. the
Flat-out speed is all that matter limit flrau ceurti in the !,.. Abaut 40 pee cent ef the membenhip' Is Ctmdlen. (Uaiir .*.*. b*
I *, I Hughisl>.

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Thursday, Feb. I, 1164 II


Orange Bowl -c-7 .. ...
( Lineup I' SHOTS

"Those fellowa down there are mighty ambltJou. But MOVING TIME

they let the Job done," Thomas W Bryant of Inland .1 I Four golfers picked up aces

declared when asked about the decision early this week at the Par-3 Golf Center the

by Orange Bowl Committee members to drop the big past week. N. H. Gocktl got AT9fl6MQi

Eight and seek two top teams for future' Orange Bowl an ace on the 75-yard No. 10
games, hole he's a Florida Southern

Bryant, a state director of the Orange Bowl Com- College student; Richard Pre-

mittee, will attend next week'i committee In 1t witt of Plant City aced the

Miami and added: "I'm sorry to see the conclusion meeting of 80-yard No. 1} W. R. Dougia A
the pact with the Big Eight. They aced the 90-yard No. 13 hole
were fine
people but
there is no and SI Hill had an ace on the
question that two top teams for a night game 65-yard No. 3. Pine Meadows ,
on Year's Day will not only draw a lot of fans to Country Club's tourney ,
the game, but millions to the TV set as well." The
Orange will be Feb. 14-16. There will\
Bowl agreed to switch to night action and also switched be an Id-hole qualifying round. THE STORE WILL STAY PUT.

telecast affiliation to the National Broadcasting System. On Feb. 2223 golfers will\ Ilea 'UN Jock UltlctMiColvmkui If

The decision means NBC will have a solid day of bowl be shooting for Sl.OOO In the G.., const* Ms 10pauod -
football, starting with the Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl and First Flight Manufacturing kM Prone the S.ddle. .
then the Orange Bowl. jl Company's hole-in-one contest. Creak A... .* 5 kick vital.

"And the decision to switch First will whit. warm eat .< The 1.ltw.n. MERCHANDISE THAT
to night football, I think Flight give any golf ,
Bryant declared, "should help teams coming In from the er $200 in merchandise if he ---

more Northern climes It gets pretty hot down there on cards an ace either of those MUST GOI!

tho gridiron sometimes and that's quite a contrast from two days and donate $$00 In BOWLINGFeminine ,
the other areas his name to the Heart Fund : ,
MIXED STRING Lion S.ed.n, ..*, .*.4 ..*.!. Kipl.y' .
"I remember when they (the committee) used to give ......ht In Mill shins .! ipcckt. cad. .*.. they c...|Sl .* MliMvrimiimowi .. Ridge Pro-Am Aasocla.tlon'
me a whole bundle of tickets and told me to get rid of .. tourney today was to bowlers of Lake. "'.
toutli ( Lek.I. .. .yt at The ..It! Wtll. have been at
them so they could build attendance," Bryant gave a Carpenter's land have a little better thana THESE
short laugh: "Now I have a heck of time Home. Other tourneys: Feb. week to prepare for the annual
a getting even
And 13, Sebring; Feb. 20, Winter
a pair for myself. Fishing HuntingBy Lakeland Woman' Bowl
Haven; Feb. 21, Plant City; ing Association city tourney. I
"They've done a fabulous job down there what HALF
turning March 5, Bartow .
It will be Feb. 15-16 at Lakeland
once was Just a single football game Into a sports spectacular .
West Coast Pro-Am Asso Lanes
for an entire week. It's benefit Fhhing-Hunting Editor I
a to the area and
ciation's this
to the whole Jimmy Musso reports 13 tagged fish were turned In to tourney Sunday '
State of Florida. I'm the idea '
sure new PRICES \
Is at Tampa Temple Terrace. On Sunday at 3 .m. In the
him for the first two of the Schlitx I
will make the Orange Bowl even more successful" days Fishing Derby (
Other tourneys: Feb. IS, St. meeting room of First Federal
Bryant pointed out the ,committee also instrumental Saturday and Sunday). ,
was Pete Lakewood; Feb. 23, St. Savings and Loan Association
In setting up the Pro Playoff Bowl gamebetweenthe Some of the fish were worth $23 and some ISO. None so Pete Sunset; March 2, Tam the Lakeland Woman's I TELL THE STORY

second place teams In the National Football League. Far have exceeded the $50 value And an odd Item-the 13th pa Palma Cela: March 9, St. Bowling Association will holda I

That game roomed to 38,000 last month-biggest draw in Fish turned In carried tag number 313. Pete Pasadena G le n n special meeting. Attending

three years Patchln has joined the staff the meeting In an advisory capacity '

"I don't think they'll have any trouble getting top The meetings to be held In this region to discussjiuntlng( of Cleveland Heights golf will be Miss Sue

teams And I don't think they'll have any trouble at. and fishing rules will be during the aecond week in March course He will assist pro Don Hutchens, a Woman' International I

tracting fans from around the nation. There's still something according to J. O. Brown regional manager for ,the Game Gulla. A former resident of Bowling Congress, '

magic about the name 'Miami. And that and Fresh Water Fish Commission Wisconsin he's lived here since Inc. field representative.
51.' Dexter Daniels Sr. Miss Hutchens will outline ODD LOTS
has The first two will be of particular Interest locally since
certainly a pull up North. It has a pull for me too.
they are the closest. The schedule is follows Dade of Winter Haven will defend the growth and history of the
I'm looking forward to trip down there next week. as : City,
his Florida Seniors title In ear WIBC She will also point out
March 9 Bartow, March 10 March 11 March
Those Orange Bowl people are sure something;" he ; ; Tampa, ; Sebring,
ly March. The tourney Is slated what programs and services
shook his head in admiration and went back to his legal 12, and Fort Myers, March 13. March 3-6 at Tampa'sPalma the WIBC furnishes bowlers as
duties and affairs. These, of course, are the meetings at which the sportsmen Cats golf club. well as outlining the duties Regular Price 29.95 to 65.00
-public-are invited to express their views, opinions and
and of and
responsibilities city
The 18th annual National
desires. They Ire important because the people who do attend Pee Wee golf championshipwill league officers; details on the HALF PRICE

the meetings, always a very small minority of the sportsmen be held June 23-24 at Rio WIBC tourney and the American I

SPORTS OF THE TIMES of an area, have a tremendous Influence on the rules Pinar Country Club, Orlando. Junior Bowling Congress

for[ the coming year or season. Age brackets and number of program. I

We have mentioned this Importance many times In the holes per group: 3.5, 3 (holes; Following the presentation, 1498 to 3250BROKEN

] Old Stubblechin past but can Illustrate It this year by pointing out the Ideas .' 10 holes: 89, 18 holes; which will Include color

ol-one man, expressed at the Lakeland meeting last year and 10.12 and 13-15, 36 holes. Interested Miss Hutchens will alldel'l
JfJf persons should contact question-answer session.She

TAMPA SAY fp..1-rrl.n. h.. r. 1114' Nea ties, e 0' .PM.p the Greater Orlando represents the southern
t.d*, 4 .. ami Mm riMt I;14 a ITU MU, S.IS p. .m| m on I/n,. bed' ..m.. of region for the WIBC.
Shaved BattersBy Mt.i I0_....... Chamber Commerce.
: Arnold Palmer and Jack I
backed up by others at that meeting, changed the dates of Nlcklaus will tangle In a charIty Rams Buy ImanLOS

the most Important archery hunt In the state exhibition golf match Feb. ANGELES (AP) Lineman ''

ARTHUR DALEY shreds. That job I And whether this change was good l or bad, the fact remains 21 at 2 p.m. at Tampa Palma Ken Iman, four-year veteran
he then completed, It was done at the Instigation of one man-present at Cela golf club. Tickets are on of the National Football
JC'I toJark Cunt gan's uniform tore into with shreds Cor- one meeting sale at Tampa locations or League, Is the latest addition to

NEW YORKWhen Bur. still Inside it. Corgan We also have "advance" Information another "Idea" will contact BIU Hapner, 1100 First the Los Angeles Rams squad.SATURDAY ,

lelgh Grimes Is formally Inducted The only ball player whoever be brought up this year in either the Dade City or Bartow Federal Building, Tampa -
meeting--an Idea which we highly favor. telephone 228-7411. A golf LOTS
into the Hall of Fameat evaded his wrath auc.cellfully
Frank It has to do with the sport of coon hunting-and that 1 Is clinic at 1:30: pm. will open I

Cooperstown In July, his ye olde Fordham was Flash.Frisch In, a sport. We have spent many very happy hours with the the exhibition Henry Castillo I DRESS & SPORT SHIRTS
face will be freshly shaven. and Skip Alexander will playIn \
1919 Frisch spiked Grimes, hounds running coons, cats and other "varmints"Even 8:30 P.M. -
This Is guaranteed to make who was covering first, and the top officials of the Game and Fresh Water Fish the exhibition. Regular Price 4.00 to 7,95

him unrecognizable to the fans Burleigh never forgave him. Commission agree coon hunting is a sport-and one to be

of his heydey They remember For a dozen years the spit- encouraged among Florida's sportsmen. Polk Fast-Pitch \ WrestlingWINTER HALF PRICE
him best as "Old Stubble- bailer bristled every time the Yet there Is a law on the books which makes It nearly .
chin," the who didn't Flash stepped to the plate and Impossible for a person to hunt coons In this state legally Loop To Be Formed \
guy '
.' then knocked him down witha (It can be done if you want to climb 50 or 60 foot trees in
,, touch a razor for the two days beanbalL Just WINTER HAVEN A Polk '
as promptly dark shake
the to the coons outnd then kill them with
before hi. turn to pitch. Frisch would attempt to bunt a club!) County fast-pitch Softball league HAVEN 200 to )98
the next down is In the of being organized -
Grimes therefore looked as pitch the first The present law prohibits the use off light and gun at process ,
ferocious as a Bolshevik bomb- base line so that he could run : by recreation officialsof
night. There are no qualifications. This means hunting
no one -
thrower whenever he stepped over Grimes and spike him in several Polk cities
coons can have a light and gun, of any kind, legally. ARMORYs
on the mound. He pitched like retaliation. Frisch never suc Bill Moore, chairman of sub-
This law, of course, is designed to prevent "Jacklight"hunting I
one, too. He was mean, dedicated ceeded. Neither did Grimes. district IV of the Amateur Soft ,-
of deer. But It effectively the legal hunting f
unafraid and tough. One day Frisch's irrepresl- stops ball Association, said the league .
Wowl Was he tough! He was ble sense of humor bubbled of coons, possums, etc. would field teams in Lakeland r I.J
one of the fiercest competi. forth. It will be suggested the law be changed, we suggested Winter Haven, Bartow, Mulberry f --

ton baseball ever had and "Hey, Burleigh," said the long ago-so that a person would be allowed to have Waverly and possibly several I .y dL I
actually scared the hitters. a light and a gun (restricted to .22 rifles or handguns or shotguns other Polk communities I
"why are picking
He'd give them a gimlet-eyed on me?" you with bird shot) provided he also was accompanied by An organizational meeting II'' L. ) j

glare and throw at their heads "Because you're a Dutch one or more loose running dogs slated In the next few days. Inerested <1L>

without the slightest hesi squarehead," said the grim And in this final provision lies the effectiveness of the persons should contact JEAN ANTONI

tansy Grimes, "and I want to makeit change. It Is cold hard fact that no person can kill deer the Winter Haven Recreation / \

One of the last of the legal round like everybody else." with a light and gun, if he Is accompanied by one or more Department, CY 4-1000. i GIRLS & MIDGETS
spitball pitchers, Burleigh was In 1930 the two became loose running dogs. It just cannot be done George Toy represented Lakeland MEN'S LEATHER COATS
a clutch performer beyond A deer can be taken with a light at night because the at the meeting ; Southern Che""lo..i
teammates on the Cardinals
compare and every ball game and, as often light blinds It. But the ,light does not remove Its senses of BOB ORTON t
happens also
-YI- Price 45.95 to 47,95
was a war to the death with became fast friend hearing and scent. Therefore, the hunter must be noiseless PHA VA DON CURTIS Regular
him. Not pitchers won MORTGAGE LOANS
many and downwind.
"Know something, Frank," TICKETS OK SAL
more games than he 20-game as he said Burleigh one day. "Wal And with dogs running around this would be Impossible! FIRST MORTGAGE CORD AT TONY'S PHARMACY t HALF PRICE

rolled through five ter Ruether once told roe thata We hope the matter comes up and all sportsmen will OP FLORIDA Winter Hares
his to a victory Msmviei la ou* IUIINMI"
seasons on way pitcher should be able to support it. Many people are presently being deprived un tot I, Flendl "... RingiM, $2.00 Ct*. AJ. $'..50Plymouth's
total of 270. His electionto Phww MU (--III L....Hn..
hit any batter he wanted tohit. necessarily of tome good l sport
the other day .
was Cooperstown much too delayed. .. But I tried to hit you fora ---- --- ---- 2298 to 2398

aozen years and never as ;
The hot-headed Grimes was much as grazed you."
a terrible tempered Mr. "I'm "
very agile, said the
Bangs In Brooklyn the Flat- modest Flash.

bush faithful always referredto If Frisch, the Individual, aLways low priceis
Burleigh as "Boily was troublesome for

Boily had a low boiling point. Grimes, the one team that
One day he had a 2-0 lead constantly maltreated the cosyw4 classic understatement.
for the Dodgers and was going hard-to-hlt'spitballer was the a Numerous other items at prices that will couie you

great. With two out in Philadelphia Phils This puzzled to wonder why you have waited so long to supply

the eighth and a runner on Uncle Wilbert Robinson, need Get In time from Thurs. through
Cub batter tappedone your any
second, a the manager of the Dodgers.
to Chuck Corgan, Dodger He called over the catcher, Mon Feb 10th and

utility infielder, and Corgan Zack Taylor.
threw the ball into the dug "They're stealing your

out. The run scored. signs" accused Uncle Robbie. LOT OF

In the ninth the situation "They can't," insisted Zack."I .
was Identical. So was Cor- cover them up too well." CHANGETHAT

gan's behavior, The score was That afternoon Taylor covered

tied. In the eleventh the Cubs up the signs so well that YOU WOULD

got a runner on once more even Grimes had trouble seeIng
with two out and Corgan once them. The Phillies sloughed NORMALLY LEAVE HERE.

more was guilty of an over- away. Then Grimes and
throw. Thus was Grimes beaten Taylor changed the sign pat. PIT SPECKS T. M. Utttf
he tern from inning to 317 N. Gr*.. Drive L.k..
3 to 2, in a game inning.
should, have won, 2 to 0. Still the Phillies waited for .tend. c.nlit lh.M specks fnmphmph W M PAA 3322N '

Into the the spitter and let blast. a .t. M Murtiwtit *ft Dawn ..,,,,,...t. U.. T* Sin Months ft \
Grimes stalked for time .k..l ".f M MiMcurl ninntwiv :.. =.,
bewhiskered face Not a long was it To P ,. Use Your link Credit PI."
clubhouse, W The lot Well
He tore off learned how the Phils were --
with rage.
it to intercepting the Identity of
and ripped
his uniform the pitch. The eagle- ed Art Boys Baseball LAYAWWAY --

Fletcher the Phillie manager,
Skeet Shoot SlatedAt had noticed something On Registration CHOOSE NOW A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY MERCHANDISIYOU

Winter Haven every pitch Grimes held the Begins Feb. 15 SELECT UNTIL NEEDED.

ball in front of his mouth, Registration for the Lakeland .
Talk about value-and you will- price that will amaze you. And
WINTER HAVEN (Special) shielding it with his glove and Boys' Baseball League
either spitting on the ball or the only thing equal to Plymouth'slow Plymouth invites comparison. You'llprobably
The Winter Haven Skeet and program for the summer of
price I Is Plymouth's classic good find that for model Open Friday Night 9
Trap Club will sponsor a regIster faking (4 will be held Saturdays, car car,
shoot Sunday at the organ But when he worked his Feb. 15, 22 and 2t at John Cos looks I It's a rare combination. for model, feature for feature, you

ization's range adjoining Gilbert jaws to generate saliva for a field. Registration will begin one of the most handsome cars on won't get BO much car for so little-
Auburndale and genuine spitter, the musclesIn at 2 p.m. for boys In the 10.12 1
Field between
the road So !
Winter Haven his head made his cap bobbie age bracket and will be on at a kind-to-the-pocket anywhere go see your dealer now I I .

Practice will start at 10 a.m. thus betraying him. On diamond No. 4 (Dixie Boy,*'

The first shoot for 28 gauge the fake spitter no muscles field).
guns will begin at 11 a.m. with moved. Grimes solved this Registration for boys planning

100 targets. The second run will simply. He got a larger cap on competing In the Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth
be for 12 gauge and also will be and his secret became safe. Palmetto League (13 and 14)
100 For two decades this' tough will be 2 p.m. the same three
A targets.championship and runner-up workman plied his trade with Saturdays on diamond No. I. 207 EAST MAIN STREET

trophies will be awarded. Trophies Pirates Dodgers, Giants and Tryouts for the Dixie Boys'

also will be awarded to Cardinals among others. He I I Baseball are scheduled as follows HAROLD FUSSELL INC. SO Years ol Quality'; Jwice;
winners of each class provided was highly respected as a superior : March 7, 10 years old ,

there are three shooters in competition craftsman. Election to only March 14. It years old 411 To Men in the Lakeland' AreaM
exclusive of the win the Hall of Fame is a right only; March 21, 11 and ,
ner and runner-up. I he fully\ earned. I I year olds. 12l|

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weapon of the ready-mixes la used Off heat, gradually stir in the rr k

In a protest to the United in this recipe. milk, keeping smooth. Add the '+i 1 iM
Macaroni and Cheese) dessert mix and stir In well.
States, Britain, France and
with Bacon Bring to a boil over moderateheat
Germany the Kremlin boll for 3 minutes. Spoon
Salad Bowl Bread Tray ;
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alleged rocket
development R Fruit Cocoa-mix Cookies Into six (-ounce custard cups;
was in "gross violation"of Cocoa-Mix Cookies chill until firm. Top with vanilla

the limitations by the unconditional placed on Germany surrender -- >/{ cup soft butter or margarine Ice cream.. Makes six
after World War II. V4 cup sugar
> e, H cup Instant cocoa mix
The Soviet note disputed the y 1 egg Extra-good hot breadl!
West Germin government's .rd' 1 cup flour Sliced Bananas In Orange Juice

statement In December that the / cup (about) chopped pecans Ham and Eggs
rockets were for weather pur Beat together thoroughly the Raisin Scones ,

poses. t butter, sugar, cocoa mix and Beverage
egg Add flour; stir until blend Raisin Scones2
The fiah-eating bat of tropical ed. Cover and chill for several cups sifted flour r
America skims low over the hours or overnight. Using a 3 teaspoons baking powder R
water to gaff small fish with level tablespoon of dough for J$ teaspoon salt

long curving hind claws. Mam- A GOLDEN CHEESE sauce tops a nutritious and quick-to-fU luncheon dish. each, shape Into small balls 2 tablespoons sugar LIGHT AND SATISFYING yet hearty for winter' night !is
mologlite are not sure whether Roll, pressing slightly, In pecans U cup butter or margarine this simple supper, Potato pancakes served with ham sauce
this bat sees Its prey or uses Bake, 2 Inches apart, on 1 egg, slightly beaten take only minutes to prepare. In fact, the sauce may be
a form of sonar. Lunch ungreased cookie sheets in a U cup buttermilk made early In the day and heated while potato pancakesare
A Quick For Guests
moderate (375 degrees) oven for 1 cup raisins frying.
---.. 10 to 12 minutes. Makes 30. Sift together the four, baking
WEEKDAY DINNER powder, salt and sugar. Cut in
Has the Invitation to "join us Vi teaspoon onion salt milk, stirring constantly Cook Good for I the butter with a pastry blender Dish I
for lunch" ever slipped from Few drops Worcestershiresauce and stir until sauce is smooth Excellent enough Beef company Loaf until in fine panicles. Combine Simple Supper

your lips before you realized it? and thickened. Stir in season- Oven Potatoes Broccoli ell and buttermilk; add to sifted
i.i9yyQA Of course, you want to serve 1 cup grated sharp cheese Ings. Add cheese stir until ingredients with raisins Stir

something a little fancy but lack (Vi pound) melted; keep warm. Poach Fruit Excellent Salad Beef Beverage Loaf to moisten dry ingredients. On For Winter's NightSunday
of time may rule out any advance 4 eggs eggs. Top each slice of buttered 1 beaten pastry prepared cloth rollJ-
prepara tion. 4 slices buttered toast toast with i/i of the asparagus egg, milk slightly inch thick. With floured 2-inch
It's times like this when a ID-ounce package frozen asparagus icup
spears. Arrange poachedegg into Brush
cut rounds.
4 thin slices bread cutter I night supper In front think, a supper should end on a
fFFAMILY recipe such a* Asparagus with cooked on Cover
spears asparagus spears. with milk and with!
sprinkle of the fire in slices of chocolate
t par.ley,1 1 pound ground chuck beef or just a cozy sweet note,
Poached Egg and Cheese Sauce Paprika or minced with cheese sauce; sprinkle Bake ungreaaed
1 pound bulk sausage sugar on warm room on a winter' night fudge cake would undoubtedly
comes to the rescue. Preparation If desired I with paprika or minced parsley cookie sheet In a 425degreeoven
calls for the siitv
time is under 30 minutesand Melt butter in saucepan overheat if desired. U teaspoon salt 10 to IS minutes. Makes hospitality please.
the end result is a delicious low : blend In' flour. Add Makes four servings yt teaspoon pepper 12. pie but delicious foods. Potato MUSTARD HAM SAUCE
combination of bread, vegetable, 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning pancakes, crisp and tender,:
1 small onion SUNDAY DINNER served with a ham sauce, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine
egg and cheese .au e.AI you finely grated accented
FAVORITE can see, it's a meal all by it- Liked All 4 shelled hard-cooked eggs Any plum pudding left from with the spicy tang of,
self. An easy-to-do salad accompaniment -(Bacon By I Combine egg and milk soak the holidays? "This is a velvety- brown prepared mustard are 2 cups cooked or canned ham

even hit was is cottage cheese bread in mixture. Work In beef sauce for !it.Stuffed light and satisfying. The sauce,' diced

"rapid tr&J1Sit"l1iiL! with orange and grapefruit segment aauiage, salt, pepper, poultry Breast of Veal prepared earlier in the day cane /j teaspoon salt
Bacon and bacon and come from the heavier bacon 2 flour
*. eggs seasoning and onion. Rinse a S Potatoes > heated while the potato pancakes tablespoons
However don't save this reel-I tomato sandwiches, juicy fillets slabs that often produce less by 4 by 3 inch loaf pan with Green Peas are frying. 2 tablespoons spicy,brown
pe exclusively for unexpected wrapped in bacon these and tender bacon of a coarser tex.ture. cold water; pack half of meat Salad Bowl Bread Tray With this dish, serve a cool, mustard
many other bacon dishes are The bacon can come from into Place Plum 1 cup beef bouillon
company: It's an excellent mixture damp pan. Pudding crisp salad bright with tomato
luncheon dish for the Lenten firmly established on American light-weight slabs whose uneven hard cooked egg lengthwisedown Creamy Hard Sauce wedges and slices of smooth juice
season and one your family is menus. Small wonder that one distribution of fat and lean produces center; pack remainingmeat BeverageCreamy ripe avocado and a cup of hot !/J teaspoon cinnamon
sure to enjoy.ASPARAGUS. survey shows bacon at the most thick, "chewy" streaks mixture over eggs, covering -; Hard Sauce coffee or tea. For those that' / teaspoon cloves
popular single meat dish.Here's of lean. Slices from the lightweight ends. Run a spatula around: VJ pound butter, soft y teaspoon nutmeg
WITHPOACHED some background material slabs would be narrow 2 sifted confectioners Melt butter in Add
sides of meat; turn out onto an cups saucepan.
EGG ANDCHEESE from the American Meat,and would not have the neat 11 by 7 by I'/ inch pan. Bakein sugar New York City ham and saute until golden Re
: STILL AMERICA'STOPSELLING SAUCE nstitu;e on bacon grades to ledges of bacon from a more a moderate (350 degrees) oven 1 teaspoon vanilla move from pan Add salt flour
help you with this important finished hog. 1 hour Remove meat loaf from 2 tablespoons cognac Council and mix well. Remove from
BLAND) 3 tablespons butter BansSmoking
purchase.The It is difficult to attain standard
drippings. Makes 6 to 8 serv- With an electric beater, heat. Gradually stir in bouillonand
3 tablespoons flour arad-I
For colorful new kraut recipe 2 milk first thing to remembers package weights with theheavy ngs. ually beat_ the sugar pineapple juice. Add cinnamon *
booklet writ*SILVER FLOSS cups that bacon must have fat tobe slices of the second grade, FRIDAY FARE butter so mixture is smooth and In BedNEW cloves, nutmeg. Return to
dept N. Phelps, New York tteaspoon[ salt good. The fat carries most and some of the specifications fluffy. Beat in vanilla and cog heat and cook, stirring constantly
\\ teaspoon pepper of the flavor and contributes Store leftover spicy beets
to allow a certain number of part any Cover and
I- teaspoon prepared .u mustard__._._ the desirable texture. Even slices for make-up weight. There and onions. I nac.firm. Makes refrigerate IVi cups. until (In- Council YORK (AP-The City ham until and mixture heat together thickens.5 min A4d

though the common belief are fewer slices per pound because Fish and Vegetable Pie I measuring sugar, sift it directlyinto passed an ordinance utes.
seems to be "the leaner the bet. of the weight of the slices. Spicy Beet and Onion Salad measuring and level. Tuesday that would make it il-
ROMAN ter" too much lean gives a Apple Betty Beverage cup ) legal to smoke in bed In allY Serve with potato pancakes.

coarse and tough product that Broken Slices I Spicy. Beet and Onion Salad motel or hotel. POTATO PANCAKES
'also lacks typical bacon flavor There I It usually a third grade Scars (1 pound) medium whole Fire Commissioner Edward
FABRIC SOFTENER and texture. of bacon consisting of broken beet Guest Treats Thompson told the council that 4 tablespoons flour
slices from the extreme endsof V4 cup sugar 589 fire death in the city last 4 large potatoes, pared
Three Grades the slabs. These are known Ill cup cider vinegar That Take year resulted from smoking in 1 small onion, grated
l11al.s Generally 'speaking -, "ends" and sold bed. 1 egg, unbeaten
: sweaters fluffy soft packed II are to the V4 teaspoon saltS
have three grades for sliced\ ., restaurant trade for use lit I casseroles whole cloves Councilman Theodora 'Ro//'Cup; 1 .pooot salt
ff bacon The top grade tongs,ts I and scrambled eggs, and 6 whole allspice' Little TimeLooking ferman said- the measure V4 teaspoon pepper for
ffJ" Roman Fabric Softener of slices from the midsectionsof I In some markets may be purchased rstick cinnamon "would make u* the laughing Shortening frying
Put flour in bowl. Grate pota-1
fluffs wool selected slabs weighing eigh t homemakers stock of the nation, adding; '
up fur blends; by 1 small onion, sliced thin and for fast but toes into flour Add onion, egg,
makes all synthetic static to 14 pounds. These slices have A consumer can usually distinguish separated Into ring winter entertaining fabulou'l that to enforce it "would require -,salt and mix together

free, non-clingfng-llmoolh* the best ratio of lean to fat between a packer's Drain and quarter beets. Heatto Instant Mocha is your drink I I breaking" into room to' well. pepper Melt shortening la skilletor
good color, neat and straigh t first and second grade from the beet get evidence..
/-2 ... wrinkles, saves ironing. boiling / cup liquid it's made with the youngsters'favorite I qn a griddle. Drop potato
edges and the best size'! and b location appearance of the bacon and allspice
,.., sugar, vinegar salt, cloves mix for flavoring milk: mixture by tablespoonfuls onto ,
of fat and lean streaks from the difference in In 1962. the total meat con-1
price. and cinnamon; pour,over a luscious chocolate quick !',
The top grade meets rigid specifications !-Sometimes, however, lower feature beet and onion In a jar; cover chocolate-flavored mix. I gumption (beef, veal, pork, lamb griddle'' ; Fry slowly pots-
to width and thick, and mutton) was about 163'toes are tender and pancake. isj ,
as prices are given to first Serve '
and refrigerate overnight. But Instant Mocha Is no kiddie I
r I I' l ness of slice. The slice coun t bacon pounds for each American ell I-j golden on each side.
l a'I grade to attract custom drained beet and onions on sal beverage. It's laced with Instant I :
about 16 3" pancackes.
per pound for this bacon Is I era to the store A packer uses ad greens. Store leftover in coffee and topped with a ran.

higher. a completely different packaged marinade In refrigerator. subtle flirt of almond whipped
The slices for the second I the types of bacon, the firsts SATURDAY SUPPER cream. There's a traditional' Cheese Fondue Hearty
't' ROMAN grade may be cut from the end I grade being the package on Small portions of a robust Viennese cake to serve with It, 1
of the same slab that Is used t which the packer's name i.t is pumpkin pudding make a tangy I a chocolate-studded Bishop'i

for first grade bacon. The end slices will have the same flavoas r brand which receives the great Soup and Salad a handy mix and semi-sweet
the first-grade bacon, bu: est advertising support. Bread Tray chocolate morsels. '
the slices will be uneven. Check with the meat retailer Pumpkin Pudding Blustery weather means clear soup first and you'll still
The second grade also ma;y'.'or the packer to determine Pumpkin Pudding INSTANT MOCHA DRINK heartier appetites too, a season have a delightful: filling supper
which grades the brand names l'/j cans canned pumpkin For each serving, combine In when good nourishing fare is from this easv-does-lt dish. \

. represent, if you have any qua.lions. a/ cup firmly-packed light a cup: !lore Important than ever. Gather ONE DISH CHEESE FONDUE
brown sugar 3 heaping teaspoons quick your family and friends (Servings I)

steaspoon pumpkin pie spice chocolate-flavored mix around the table. Timely as tomorrow 10 slices day-old bread
Danish) CARRY A CLOTHESPIN 1 cup cold milk 1 level teaspoon Instant coffee is this new One Dish Vi cup butter or margarine
13a1\erg Fill cup with hot milk. Top Fondue which adds the 2 shredded Cheddar
Let your school child carrya 1 package (2% ounces) cus Cheese cup
= spring type clothespin In his tard-flavor dessert mix with unsweetened whippedcream flavor of tomatoes to the whole- cheese (/ pound)
flavored with almond
rain coat pocket. At school he Cook and stir constantly over I same bread and chees combination 3 eggs beaten
I can use It to clip together his moderate heat the pumpkin navorlng.BISHOP'S I pounce J ) can tomato paste
overshoes on a rainy day. brown sugar and pie spice unUNTOUCHED -' 3 BREAD biscuit mix It is easier to eat and simpler Vi cup milk
cups to prepare than the standard 1 teaspoon salt
weekend / cup sugar variety. Everything Is right Remove crusts from bread.
specialsDELICIOUSLY 1 egg there in the single casserole, Spread slices with butter; cut
I 14 cup orange juice ready to eat. Though planned nate layers of bread cubes and
yt cup slivered blanched for a casual meal on a busy cheese in greased 13 x I Inch
DIFFERENT almond day, of course it can be served baking dish. Combine remain.
aw ry "elf 4 cup glared cherries, halved buffet style Then It can be ing ingredients and pour evenly

4 cup raisins presented as a casserole.A over bread and cheese. Let
chiffon cakeeach 8-ounce package (1 cup) tossed green salad, a fruit stand 1 hour.
orange chocolate
morsels semi-sweet pie and coffee are good choicesto Bake at 350T. for 30 minutes
e complete the meal. Unex- Into I-inch cubes Place alter-
x Combine biscuit mix and sugarin pected guests? Serve a bowl of until top is brown and crusty
bowl. Add egg and orange,
59c juice; beat hard 30 seconds Stir

In almonds, cherries, raisins,
and semi.sweet chocolate mor
sels. Turn into a greased and

ALMOND FILLED TASTY ; floured 9 x S x 3-Inch loaf pan or
2-quart mold. Bake in a moderate -
oven (350'F.) SI to 60

danish coffee cake minutes. Cool before slicing
Sprinkle with confectioners sugar .

BY HANDS ., }t
Yield: 1 loaf.
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s1P .AathMrM-from genuine Chinese Munff Bean. 1lJ C/unJ

.A swst toe chop suey of chow maIn. ...v _.
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/ casseroles and teased or gelatin salad

And Just tr>stirring; 'cm in when scrambling .....

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LAKELAND LEDGER. TTmrwUy, Feb. t. 1K4 221f .
I. := : : ; : : : ; :: ,

I Floor Traders, Specialists
V \ \ V A y A\ / \,, A4

, Praised By Exchange Chief

AP Business By SAM New DAWSON Analyst no dividends and has no vote. I a living buying and selling I I A .5I
In-and-outer trader who buys securities; or a student of the
NEW' YORK (AP) Floor and sells same stock within j market. I _
traders and stock specialists short period; more interested in Boller room = high-pressure .
subject to criticism by tome dayto-day price changes than peddling over the phone of
federal regulators got warm dividends or long-term growth I stocks of dubious value often
support Tuesday from the presi Brokers usually cut commissions -from a room with little In,it but II
dent of the New York Stock Ex. for quick round-trip trans phones. I OUTLET STORE!
change. action. Example: stock sold on I Bucket shop.-illegal operation I
G. Keith Funston told the news of shooting of President,in which operator accepted
House Interstate and Foreign Kennedy might have been re- client's money without ever
Commerce Committee that they bought soon afterwards to take actually buying or selling stock
, behaved admirably on the advantage of steep price drop. but gambling that the customer I
whole in the frenzied 27.minute, Arbitrage-buying and salting was wrong. If too many customers FABULOUS VALUES FOR MEN AND BOYS
span between the news of President the same or equivalent securities were right, the bucket
John F. Kennedy's assassination at the same time in different -shop closed to reopen in new
and the closing of the' 'markets Example: buy location. I
market.He I ing a share for $90 In New Corner-buying stock or commodity
said ,much of the buying York and selling for $95 In San In such volume as to
support came from Francisco or London if such a gain control. over price forcing
and floor traders ,price differential exists at time, would be buyer such as one
dual customers of brokerage,or buying a convertible bond who has sold short to pay arbitrarily -
b houses provided most of the,and selling the stock Into whichit high price.ARCHBISHOP .
Ice selling pressure that tumbled Is convertible

,be.esna prices.. I Inve.tor-buy. stock for regular VATICAN CITY ELEVATED(AP)-Archbishop .
What Are Roles? : dividend income, safety ofinvestment Jose Slipyj of the
and capital 1
What are the roles of these Ukraine has become the first
men and the meaning of other over a long term. Roman Catholic to gain the title DOORS OPEN FRIDAY AT 9 A.M.
Speculator- large risk
f terms peculiar to stock trading? accepts of major archbishop Pope
Floor trader member of a In hope of quick gain on rising'[Paul VI bestowed the title,,
stock exchange who trades on stock price, with little interest j Wednesday on Archbishop'' It's here! Now-we are ready to go! Fabulous bargains for men and boys--a new concept In "merchandising! Famous name brands at
the floor in securities for his in dividend Income; or may,,Slipy), who was released last', 30% to 70% savings! Self service or assistance if you desire I it! Everything plainly marked and togged and arranged for easy selections!
own account. buy into unknown company year after spending II years In Read every price In this ad. They look like mistakes in print-They are positively the "most fantastic values ever teen anywhere. You
Floor broker-member of an which he doesn't expect to be a Siberian labor camp The title: owe It to yourself-and to your family to come and share in these sensational values. Truly a store that will affect the economical life
exchange who executes on the profitable for years. was created In 1957 by Pope of Lakeland! Remember" doors open Friday at 9 a.m.LOCATED .
floor orders to buy or sell any Professional-one who makes Plus XII.
ate listed stock as received by AT 103 EAST MAIN ST.

dly phone from hit brokerage firm (NEXT DOOR TO MAGNOLIA PHARMACY) NEAR FLORIDA AYE.

n brokerxchange member
who executes orders on the HALF PINTPACKAGE"
h floor for other brokers busy "fDql JIB 'J" nl a
with other orders or (for firms sl
I1fs whose member broker isn't on I 1J1Jlllo. t300 PAIRS MEN'S DRESS .ilii/JJIBI, .
hand. Formerly the fee was $2 "
100 shares varies with
per ; now Ii
price of stock.Specld4lexchange. II SHOES rI MEN'S UNDERWEAR '
member 1112 Nerth Dakste Ave. "
charged with maintaining a Ph. MU 1-47)1 l SOCKS I. J. SHORTS and SHIRTS
reasonably orderly market In Oxfords and Loaf
one or more stocks in one In OPEN 7 A.M..tZ P.M. MORRIS HARRIS ,,, .. : Refill I C9. v.I
dustry. To do so he must be .. f hny P.Nnn .1 ers. Many stylet :-i Mnf dl!! iliti. C
mil PARKING MS' C 0wmr .114.{ Nylon "Pitch 1'1 All leather shoesFamous cI.125 \
ready to buy or sell for his own i fint .... 17c 297 orsgrains' '
.II'y _
account. He also acts at a broker I /I d. fIn .n. 1 mokei.Placed Hurry for Hill
Sddte. for other members who leave t on rocks for
orders and then go on to other j \ "
' (I II \\\Q say aluMon.
trading posts FREEBOTTLE -
'IIr Special offering block of, 1Jl : "
4.97 \ :
stock so large as to require special ,
Ion handling. Ticker tape an .. of MIXER with
pounces fixed
offer for sale at
to pribe usually based on last'I ttf: Each BOTTLE of LIQUOR : : .... Sises 6 to 1 12 "'
nt. transaction in regular auction a' Widths B to D CREW SOCKS
I.U. market. Other member firms PURCHASED THIS WEEK I' \s

. broker may buy during from trading the hours.seller's 1 50' ..4 $100 ... 69. ..1... .
Secondary distributor re \ rln. H.'whllu..w.-29c
} CYShbn whA \ ,
distribution large some of time a block after usually stock =11 lemwa ar..d w.kn epfnna{ Irokm hNYN.sins. ",1 : P. :;. ,

has been; sold by issuing com MEN'S.... !It
pany. Handled off the floor of !
exchange by securities firm or .ll CANVAS SHOES m"fn. S
fixed group price.of firms Often, and block offered Is in-at We Solicit Tour Psfronojs ": 1 I

volved in settlement of an HALF 'PINTPACKAGE LEVI end LEI RIDER Blucher Oxfords end slip- i ONI LOTI BOYS' V
state. I oni. Heavy thick soles f \
Treasury stock-shares Issued 197
DUNGAREES Siiti to 12. An : PANTS
by company but later reacquired "
er1'et I'
' ; may be held in com il STORE i: :

toto pany's treasury to public indefinitely used for,em reissued wr rp; 1112 North Dekete Ph. MU I-47J1 1 ..... onl ,...th.' 97 i \? \ ': Z"Ifflllh
ploye stock option or retired; L..... 0..1,.f.w- ? iM s jlnILL"H". h"1 1
while held by company receives .... .. ,2 |

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G ROON s I SPfCIAllY PRICED 61 ifl'! : .llullll/h AS LOW AS hiui/II


lit ;' y PANTS $500 I SPORT SHIRTS ,

3 PieceCARVING ,

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SLACKS g Boys' Raincoats ,..- .." '. I

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light end 4.,... Bogs SUITS : J to 1. 1.

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,Nre brrwr.r., .; .....'''.11 s l ... ';\ 'l" said J.ckat.- $
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MM. awls M $598 97 : "
rhwrwenatwr ur Thick .. ... V.I.... t. f. /Yr th.M bazaars/ 1
Heory Duly3 Speed AS
PrYal.Iwrgs r S.9S. Sisn swell t2 $200 "M. GrsOPaeae.
( il! Lonvenienl Terms / tills" 12. << LOW AS t svfcet.Iti { ,a
Tripk+ Chromed Beaters ,, "

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i' To Attend MeetKenneth

L. Brosle.
of the Lakeland Moose Lodge, # \
will be one of 46 secretaries of
Florida Moose Lodges attending
t h. Secretary Administration '\ '
School to be held at Orlandoon

Feb. 15 and 1<. 4,11.-Nrwr" ......
Carl A. Wels, supreme secretary -
; and William G. Stanley

deputy supreme secretary of the +f+ eb we TNOuati'mm' AT FIRST 1HEI Loyal Order of ATTACKED US AT NIGHT WE wERe 5UDPfMLY-W! wreaFwtIITrw FINEST XXIN* po NOT YAKS
In charge of the tIUTTOUIlOHG0AND11M loft AwDMENJ DoeONGrRYLAMBES !p!'wawnN- rropie FOR -X SLAVES61AVES -*
Is designed to )ARE OlD FPoNDl. Wa DROVCI IN Al>NIC_TIC /
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retaries more fully I RCiAH- DIeM 5A/-.
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Monday Set-Up _

I v '
Mondays Into the night with I hour's length, on Saturday night
CARLOAD .Alt I the week's heaviest viewing opposite Jackie Gleason and a \\\

I s-.ia COLOR III The announcement that Lucy; sudsy series called "Peyton L \ \\ \ "s:'

AT TO: A ... would end the aeries after this Place," presumably a watered. I \ '\' i
.ICH *D SOON season obviously surprised net- down child of the book, consisting % \\rr \k 1 IQll
"A Thunder el '
work programmers They started of two half hour programs a \ I I
week-late, after the kiddies .
ALiO AT ale frantically looking at pilot \
.,.." LOLI.OO RIO I shows for a comedy replacement have gone to bed, 7f ,,
"Ce Nokod In the ir' \\ ,
I 'Bewitched. a fantasy abouta S \ t \
I Thomas Also Leaving suburban housewife who is a f \ \
Friday Only real witch and starring Elizabeth -
Danny Thomas' Impending Montgomery, Is expectedto \ \ :
FISHDINNER departure tore the first big holeIn go into the spot now occupiedby \dtw\

next season's Monday night "The Jimmy Dean Show." \: y.r
schedule CBS expected to patch \ r ..
I 'Beatles' Sellout \ A ,\ y w
CA-Rl-OAD NI-T-E I that with something called "De-
cember Groom" Now there is The most extraordinary go- I
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IN launs OOLOn another vital half hour open. ngs-on surround the appearancenext
"SIX BLACK HORSES" CAN EAT! Established well.loved s.tua: Sunday of the British rock
AUDI MUIIPMV Ion comedy stars of Ball and 'n' roll group called "The Boa 4I

AT .00 ONLY ECKERD DRUG STORE Thomas stature are rare. ties" Ed Sullivan will put the ;" .4
quartet live on his CBS show
duff" fnttrfafnmtnf"CAPE
I As next season's schedules
FEAR" 6re t Pk. Shopping ContorTHE take final shape ABC still has for two consecutive weeks. The

54rt .ihum.o....... p.INlaxarieag the most time spots) to filL The network, literally Is
Among its shows that swamped with requests for tickets .
-- -- ----- seem
definite are "Wagon Train" to the show SO,000 by the 1 l t+raL Stars
NOW SHOWING- shrunk back to Its original one end of last week.. The theater
J IW seats only 728. : 0

FUN VEST AT THE THEATERS Requests by CBS vice presidents .
even sponsors, have been ? j 4
OF THE SEASON" PILMU" 55151.15 turned down. Impel
..wNP.wN Tder.Iu hat' alms> H8"* *** "c***

OPEN 1214 .50Y0 INIAT'! tY1 t1rIr 1-
TeAr1. :1hr4u1h a.turd.r "Mon Onr 4jjI By Carroll RtghttrThursday. .'
T1 through K.lurd>>' ;:Who'i Mind. Today I In'
Ini the "Btoral. oil* PockMlul of t

Tod.. /hrouh POLK.LuNlUI TMIHTIHMlrtolM "II...>.. Tt.TM .I I InHistory
y.rll. Nparl.RoxY ." A
[ATI (Nor.) p y;
TaA.1d Pond Tomarra, "&.Iu.l of that 7t
Feb. I, 1M4
oikvso MOOM enivi.IN. I
Twlr&YiKr.1": ; "' GENERAL
a get appearance Just 10 before
OTHin oiTitoAOSUKNDALB By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tact, diplomacy, analyzing
-D.I. Th. K.llwl and gadding about with Important
Dr.d .ndCounlrr M i.lr HolKUr where
you are headed and
AVON 'AHKHUni 'MljiouVl TrM-! Today Is Thursday, Feb. 6, persons Be serious when stst-
NIr'r Ins' N / the 37th day of 1964 There are then making all moves with
BARTOW-outd.Yonne an arts., ""TtlO VXFt1 ftnA 329 days left in the year.TodaY'1 real charm and magnetic attractiveness ing your aims desires Then
K .I"A, Sum. are the way in you get full cooperation.
0 mgMr; R'.P end Lut Train from highlight In history: which can turn
a/ t l you today's CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to
1 1 WKI1UeehALSO-Slat. On this date In 1933 the 20th
: rot Loe1 and potential difficulties very
pr if Jan. 20) If you quietly and
PLANT CCaplloh. "Mini!, Man" amendment to the constitution much to your advantage But
1 I Io PLt"""C.l '.P.p..r'Wi51li'Uona; was proclaimed in effect. It make a point to keep in mind secretly approach big wigs,

gat OEBRrm florldi "Blr.ll Jtckit" eliminated the Mame duck" whatever your long-range obJectives you get the support you now
and 'Th. Old! Dui Hnu.OBBRINO session by which
irron' Diamond H>.4nd congressmen are for best results. require for your projects Assist
TECHNICOLOR .. P p-/UrllW Prllc, 'l "Condi Th. War I OBAUCHULA .LOT. defeated been for ro election had ARIES (March 21 to April \ those who art in need
pr: and \ Ilona given one more chance to t 19))
Soon WINTER HAVEN-5141 f"d PavoriirreK > legislate The amendment also a3 Although news you expect. later. Learn to smile more

"LOVE WITH THE PROPER STRANGER" \ >rHAVEN\ : -H>v'n Dale Th prescribed Jan 3 for the convening ed from a distance has not
0.... iimx.uir. and r wild Rl..r" arrived, get busy and look too.AQUARIUS
-- ---- -------- Jan. 21
of a new elected con Into new interests right around ( to Feb.
AIRES Ot gress and set Jan. 20 as the ON SULLIVAN SHOW-Mini G.y.... visits "Tho U SulU.vo you Don't depend on mere aoqualntances. 19) Others all seem to be actIng -
GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTERs date for inaugurating duly when strangely about you, so(
FAEIPARKING Sh.w" the sxoorom orlflriotti Ii" In Mloml BoothS They are apt to
elected presidents ....d.r, Cob.. U (I:00.tOO: ,.m., 1ST) on the CBS Tolo"l.lon disappoint. stick to allies who have feet
N....... Tho lontUi olio will b. tu"X on Mtis date TAURUS (April 20 to May on the ground. Get about socially
; 6 Bargain Matinee 50c 'Til 3 P.M. On this date: tonight Resist temptation
May 20) By focusing your at.
Tsr to be boastful, though
In 1788, Massachusetts became
12:45 I (MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY) the sixth 'Seven In tention on keeping promises you may be bored.
state to ratify Days May'High made, you find that later
DAILY the constitution.In PISCES (Feb, 20 to March
even own mate will be
1867, the French evacuated 20) Much la expected from you
STARTS TODAY Voltage New Film more kindly toward you. Don'tdepend
iL Mexico by customers contacts, butif
on experts exclusively
LOCALLY In 1900 William Howard Taft you serve with a smile fine
OWNED Shows Al 1100.5:10.5:15.7:20.1:15'a was appointed to establish civil By BOB THOMAS! best-seller lists for many weeks They too make errors. results follow Get matter of
government In the Philippines AP Movle-Televlslon Writer The film version is likely to GEMINI (May 21 to June credit handled by orthodox

In mi, U.S. troops liberated HOLLYWOOD (AP) In score equal success It ls timely 21) While associates and bigwigs method. Relax happily in PM.

A LONGLOSTWIFE Manila in World War 11 and "Seven Days in May," the latest hard-hitting and perfectly are In a mood to listen IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN

released more than 4,000 Americans In a cycle of films about high cast. stick to your ideas, be sure you TODAY......... the finest
"r : RETURNS '. who had been imprisonedby politics, we are asked to swallow .< March Ideal President Then to whatever is practical. success comes from the handling .
'1'' the JapaneseIn a whopper: that the Joint you get quick support. and improvement of
TO properties
& 1951 of Staff at No American actor can con- Arrive at a new and. better
S3 persona died and Chiefs conspire some level. real estate, personal
HUSBAND'S NEW 200 Injured when a Pennsylvania future date to depose a prest vey more conviction than Fred policy estates and the like. There U
r railroad train was derailed dent. tic March. and he makes an MOON CHILDREN (June remarkable ability to embel

A BRIDE. .a on a temporary track at Fantastic? In this high-voltage ideal president-philosophical In 22 to July 21)) Adhering to lish and add comforts to offices
Woodbridge, N.J. his lack of popularity, jealous of important business before you
't a. movie the plot seems chillingly and homes which Is quite
; realistic. The result is a film,his constituional rights, capable Is mandatory even though you unique. Teach early to carry
Ten years ago The United that Is absorbing throughout its of decisive action. feel you want to have a good through with plans made
Nations released statistics showIng two-hour length and almost unbearably March is followed closely by time. Better get time nicely since there is an element of

that Red China IncreasedIts tense during much of Edmond O'Brien as the senator scheduled Then- carry through Impatience here, which must
trade with the West by more It. 'from Georgia and the presi with aplomb. early be curbed.Cancer .
than liDO million during the "Seven Days In May" Is not dent's close ally. He combines LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21)

!1r first half of 19S3. without Its faults, but they do charm with political acumen, By combining recreation with
1 Five years ago The United not stem from the acton All of and his humanness Is ever apparent creative efforts, you make Crusade
States successfully test fired Its them perform with high skill this day a productive one
Titan intercontinental ballistic ending conviction to a tale that I The nominal alas Burt Lan nonetheless. You need backIng .
caster and Kirk Douglas, per and will get it later. How Square DanceAt
dA m ms's a"ntNa INCNHI .w missile for the first time at Cape might easily have dipped into
Canaveral. form with their usual akill as ever, these are not the persons

tlorls day : t One year ago( Defense the preposterous Plot Given 'the egomanlcal general and the with whom to enjoy recreation Civic CenterThe
'S Secretary Robert S. McNamara suspicious Marine Ava Gardner now
games garner declared there was no reasonable Picture this: a Marine colonel, :supplies a welcome note of VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept.
doubt that Russia had removed -secretary to the chairman of the femininity in three brief scenes 22) Home affairs are not Cancer Square Dance,
polly bcrgcnm all offensive weapons Joint Chiefs of Staff, begins get handled best by getting ems with proceeds going to the 1M4

mmmummmti.KtMt-. from Cuba. tings hints that something tional be objective for fin Crusade Against Cancer In Polk
strange Is going on. High com est results. Analyze situationin County, will have two( well
55" S "move mandors send messages about a Soviets Claim your mind first. Then you known square dance callers in

Present This Ad race-track pool. A secret com can take the proper steps. charge, They are Joe Johnson,
over mando unit has been set near of Windemere and Sam Prescott -
Ant Ro .lvo up Twin Sputniks LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22)
1 arllnfJ" El Paso. The general has been Fight that temptation to getaway of Winter Haven.W. .
FREE DESSERT playing footsie with right-wing. with some overly attrac O Gibson Jr of Bartow
camwa.r0 : .r With Ivonlni Mool' ers and lying about It. Congress Now In Orbit tive penon. This could cause the county crusade chairman,
a ....1"11 has been kept In the dark about easily provoke Jealousy and laid this annual affair Is set for

r+ \. 11100 ..M.-2:00 o.... tS. an upcoming practice alert. I MOSCOW (AP) Soviet scl ruin you in some way. Concentrate Feb. 29 at the New Civic Center

100: ,......1100 ,..... I.SS The colonel garners enough enlists report that the twin Soviet upon what partners in Lakeland
S.n4ovlliOO suspicions to Impel him to seek sputniks -Elektron I and expect of you Instead. The'' Western Style Square

..*...*:00 p..... I.SS an audience with the President. Elektron 2-are sending "valu SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. Dance will begin at I p.m. and
Then the President must deter. able sclent;fie Information"back 21) It Is not necesssry to take tickets may be secured at the
Will ,.Jcun,1II1I1 nUll" chuck k connors _-. -.-IM-Mwrawanr.sana..ona..HalMnwn I mine: Are the colonels suspi to earth the official news any, risks with present security door for $1 per person donation,
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alIi clone ? If what
: correct so, can agency Tass said Wednesday since new and better plans plus tax.
be done to forestall the sedition night can be formulated in the afternoon The round dances will be under -
NIXT "SUNDAY IN NEW' YORK"ATTRACTION I ? Both were launched by single Listen to conservatives the direction of Frances
G The Ingeniously devised yarn rocket Jan. 30 Their task la Get home Improved. and Verne Junkin of Lakeland.
CLIFF ROBERTSON JANE FONDA I 2411 $.. .florid A,.. of the Fletcher Knebel-Charles tostudy the earth's radiation SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Door prizes will be awarded

1J. I W, Bailey II novel topped the belts. Dec. 21) You have time to during the daAIe.f


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Whot't your problem For I AuowifrKlltptRlISANEXKT6GIE4 ANDFORNTNR DtLIAQf!

I I general reply writ t* FAl1LTS E

Word Bon 1165. B.v.rty G C ,
To The WiseAbby Calif and IncludeMlfaddrud e

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Abigail Van Buren I _II. e.af.gRf

DEAR Iota of ABBY: I hope you put this in your column because 28 and I think w* are old enough to know what..* are doing. ( w /1 QDMPMJJDER OW IISiLD THEHIVEN THOUGH QUTttO.I)

guy have the same problem and you could doa Don't you think my husband should have told his mother to L.IGIIf11EMW45 DID MFY NE N'EN64ANDSSAt1ETy ANDFFKIA
couple of million of us a big favor by answering this one mind her business DID 'IS AT ,STAKE.VOO AND
own ? Or do you think it was okay for THE DEFENSE PLANS OF oN THE GDn
question: Why don't parent want their daughter to hive him. to have laughed It off aj a Joke and said "They are H'ENCLAND WERE STOLEN THCCStIMINALGUAR4iSllT ( IiOII; WILL rOT GENItEMAW
anything) to do with a man In uniform unless he If an officer cheaper by the dozen, Moml" r* FROM TWE WAR OFFICE NbvcpPOWERED DO &ESCMBBTHEIAW NOT

Enlisted men are Juit a* good at officer and a lot better NOT LAUGHING 3 LAST NIGHT./- IM! TNA7I'' ? )VSNDTELLf.1 rr

than moat civilian, yet we are treated like dirt. I have come DEAR NOTt Sharpen your Mm of humor Instead of

to the point of dressing In civvies and lying to girl** parent your claw and you'll be a lot happier. Your mother-in-law

.o I can take a nice girl out. because if most parent knew probably meant M offense.

I wa an enlisted man they'd run me off the place. What *

do people have against enlisted men? DEAR ABBY: The item in your column about the mail

ENLISTED MAN man who Wit ahocked to find some women on his route in +

f DEAR ENLISTED: Most parent don't make any dlstlnctloB their bathrobe at two in the afternoon floored mat
between an enlisted man and an efflcer. They What .U that supposed to prove? If the happen to be

11 Imply rule out all men In uniform because they are skeptical changing clothe when the doorbell rings, what II i she supposed .

7. of a man who Is here today and who could be gone tomor.v to answer the door in? Or should she Just go to the

row.. The cream, any nation' crop wear the enlisted man'suniform door in whatever state of undress she' In at that moment? u'L ;:;;;
(for a time at least and I would The mailman' wife laid that ( EVEN ;
) remind parents SHE always got up in the AMAZEa A WORD CIMCsTSMS A COUDL[ tAEDfA1; {.
that they could be passing up gold because It doesn't look as morning and put on a foundation garment, hosiery and a SWB'* USrNQ DROPOUT ARBtWD MERK, *M[ MEN OUl'TNENt:.

good a* brass fresh housedress to do her housework. Well, bully for her I PAINTS AND EASEL JUSTPROFESSIONAL NOW CAN COMMUNICATE> '

I can Just see myself putting on my girdle and hose to crawl b uKl: A + WITH us to FAeTUaes

under the bed to mop or to scrub my floors Phooey on him!
DEAR ASS?: My husband and I have been married five LENA IN LONG BEACH r

I year and we have four children. (Two are twine) Well *

my mother-In-lsw complained to her ton right in front of me CONFIDENTIAL TO "DESPERATE": Tell your husband _

1. that we were having too many children. I am 28 and he .is what you suspect and why. And quit eating your heart out.

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I TOMORROW MORNING I Maine 21 English ACROSS river 44 English lord

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T_4S4.rto.n. T.... MI.y"nnY O.N O.Y 10 Sublldel.
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.,._.... ....".._IN T...r ....... ...... c...". ...".._ 14 Order of 34 Cenlurl. 47 Father
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I ..:. ...., w.rrr' ---; .. '_01--"''''. IS Gem, aaln.t room. YOU WERE Ml* *-sWrllTiV k FIN[ 'LET ...t-" ........ CNW.rllle' ...... IS Bait TELL MEeONA.DIp'T loll ves..FOR HiOITIVt MCRfcTAtVA PERSON MM4 ..OUT w11TEYTILL Ms KXJT you,TALKING ABOUT M
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!114.-1 1 = t:::,_ :3 :WNa::1 Or.mbN D.rmYr enN Or/N: 1 t::: t Wry uN 20 Kind of club paddle, 54 Tiny particle. G WELL

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musical Pll. 41 Celestial 58 Large lake : V
sager wanderer 60 Persian gold _
tv. 25 W, Indian Co2 Baseball bat coin l El _
RADIO-DISPATCHED SERVICE luanvorkl. wood 81 Raced. l 1 1 l

Near A* Your Phone 28 Phllatel UNo score In 62 Coteries.lass' { i4 ..rII
gear. tennl. 83 Exhausted I
e TV $rtr.. ladle C.lr TV $p.cl.lliHI 11
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A- r I Bal. 13 Venomous 40 Rich, L PAWGONNIT"'* PAGWOOD CM SICK AMP TIR6O OfVOL I d
Open 8 A.M..9 P.M. Phone <586.2175< 2 Accurate, serpent music critic BLONPIE'S BEEN YOLI'vO GOTTA WHERE ARE ( USING My THINGS AND PROM MOONING TILL NIGHT
3 Multitude. 11 Radicals U Close-fittng! USING MY RAZOR QUIT" MYSC1550Rt.? THEN NOT ANt>THEN YOU-.1DKCHARSt

TOMORROW AFTERNOON 4 Appendage 23 Football for. larmentl. L : AGAIN VOU naTURNING
5 Charming to ward w.11. N Door timber (MGO/NGTO A \t r suraoT

ni5E.r: llh IM t fN fw..N'a: (;!t.e.r Nv.n. NM NMe MNd.p errs,. Ltf the liaht. 24 System' of 48 Verslfied LAY THE DOWN LAW UaIN6 THEM ... r ylaoaoPr eNMa ,
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L'lCi C.nr.. 8 Biblical worahlp. 47 Lateral .
,1'N-OYldl.e T/.sC/n. ( LMr.r NM.. OYNIN t./.h1" parts

I s.11e:-O"I: 1 T.In: =: IM:: INe INd t..v.. Of Of t::..! book. 25 Grape con. 48 AutomobJIea.
-WNN ;::;:: ONI e.N N1.10MNW N ;;::=: N.t..1Tla... !-,W.rldTurn.. animal 28 ieI'Ve.Boxing ring. 48 On mlt the of sum

1.-wr.O. .: M.Y M.M : ::.1 d ::t Ann n t MthcN.::::n ;::"-= B Viet -, 21 Citrus rruill. SO Mini en9 .

I..-N_MOO.__Nrw'tY TM. Drrn eNrrl O.rr D.. .ur1 rt M.u.NwrnrbM. ....... Joyous. 28 Cheery tranCI.
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I .T." Thi Trulh ......., NNMI TOo. rush bill
fa. 31 Gimlet.
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S S aSio" Miihtr! !. .. uwn f" A O.Y t.!!...Of M,!n!- rerun. 32 Nuisances tanate
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Cupola, 17 Saturate ,
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tOft/b-uNI.- Wale MIekM ...- .......t WNIY eaN f"ma"r -AS SOON AS 1.B. A FLAP IMTHt FACt I'Vt DONE.
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Complete Lln Home of Motorola Enttrtolnnwnt Equipment Yesterday' crypt o g r a m:
802 W, UMON UHUND 4M-444S T Certain humorous writer
might be known as Trib.tick.
G e. 4. T Ir
ling columnist.

WEDU-TV-Chonntl 3 Alderman Given
RO.T.OsIp eoTNsouarlWITN MiALLTUO.si.suiuRre 1 1ASOVTTAylNO i''
SVSNIN For New Trial r, WOartl THINK. t i1Ak TO Mm sY VOrINO fog GAN'T WIN ay THS AIRCRAFT rcumstfCTKS
a e.r.mrS Peace RiverHistorical Fund Drive ITi.. MAD Nix Ma ON TNC Hex,,, oeAULT... CeaW...
'_d.....I. INNIMNa1lw.bM II DeoppiD EVC OP TNG W"SM I'D KATXiK PA
J : .In aNINb.nMr .1.w.fu' BARTOW John W (Jack) P M TH[ VOTING... (,1l' A COWARDLY CLOC a.'t .
..... Unit Uii) i1 AND 00 riWlNO f
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e a /O- WNM Of aNnOS Alderman, former deputy sheriff Brings $621WINTER 't Co TACT/ .. 1 C ,
_u_..' OrNNS was convicted on a bribery '.i )+ 1 I llL

._aTIIIN.." aYOMODUOW'w.Ia. '. charge, has been given until Being PlannedARCADIA HAVEN David r J I JJ/ r
March 10 to file a brief on why Fisher, president of the Winter

MOHMIN. he should be granted a new Plans will be Haven High School Key Club 11 '1 '' i f I 'rllT/
IS rr.ni ttw BxmillMIt trial. made to organize a historical said today the club has realized rlk
f .Mmlul ln K 1 aa..N__ W...... Criminal Court Judge Roy H. society to cover Peace River (621.97 from the recent Parker- -
.... Gould Memorial
i45-M N.G'MtIrUbYM ....rNuuwr Amidon set the date during a Valley and Its surroundings at ScholarshipDrive
held In Winter Haven and
.. 101..WIsasU.S.
N"br. hearing on the 20-year-old Alderman' a meeting here next Tuesday lake Alfred.
11.J_....,...c..l"Interlu I>m Y *.CMIMYnIMI motion for a new night at 8 o'clock at the De The "Dollar For Scholars' i

I&-T-. AONY tea" trial. Soto County Court House, sec drive Is In memory of two for.I
TOMO"DW APTIINOON D. C. Laird, Alderman's attorney II
mer Haven High School
1.._.....! Interlu contended that testimony ond floor, announced Read B' graduates who were killed leV'eral I
IsNINNNrr.. COTM.II nNY00CMwI In the Jan. 18 trial conflicts with Harding of Arcadia, temporary in R WAS HALT: 60T. ENORKIL ANO AND LINO,
2 -M..,__ of 11. year ago an airplane VrCW! fT'S1 Taatbl0C1 WHO CANT: fCAUARDI I MMYAIASK,
_fr... to. ...'"","* the Information filed against secretary. I crash enroute to college. The p FRFiEZING PAYI7FTV.g 60e I t i0[!
., Alderman. Albert DeVsne of Lake placid proceed are used to help worthy .
.7j- TONaNT YEAit; THIRa ? THEtE1F
Jto"'V.- ..'. IrWrn..WMrit Alderman was indicted by the will be speaker at the meeting' students who would otherwise SS e .

I' :=TK r'f''i:
d ._._,... I is free under $3.000 bond and in possibly becoming a lege. The money I II loaned to
,,_ '. Na./ S;
S ._...""...". ,.."..1. During his trial, testimony revealed charter member of the historical such students, if they qualify.
AL-Or.' that Alderman was allowed society, if formed 1* invited '
root to resign his vice squad to attend the organization
iUJINUJ LOOK post after another deputy reported -meeting.. Harding aaid. I TUNING ...
COODRIGHT to Sheriff Monroe Bran- Dr. Gordon H. McSwain of Tel. 686-3314 I

nen that Alderman had offered Arcadia has agreed to serve :
to pay for Information about as tempora/y chairman until
lottery raids scheduled by the the society .la organized, HiircJ- IRNEST r. WIUON
said. I Pi.fi T. hnl .... I
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I -- -- -- --- C"IDITO"S NOTICI 0.. SI4ClIFF'S 'ALI 'PUBLIC NoTicaiOn
Strawberry UTIUTICt FLORIDA COMMISSION IN THE COUNTY JUDat'B Und.r and by "Irtu. of aa ... th. win day of Januarr.
to COURT IN AND .FOR ecullon laaued out of and under I I4 ?olk: Radio, Ino. tendered
.f.' ,- THI APPLICANT MlftCIN POLK COUNTY FLORIDAIN th* ....1 of lb. Claim court of filing with the Federal fommtinloatlone -

ComebackTo .nil HK: K8TATR OKMANLY I Polk County. (tat* at Florida. COmrniriOnsnPld.ed
ALL O1'P4ICINTasaSTID A. IsOHUN under data of January a. I".. to aa l
PARTIta Clootag herein riDHUTY K1 N A M C B!) broadoaat alatlun WWAB. one' :
and .... CORP. I. plaintiff and JAY HILL ling on US kllopyclea at Lakeland
NOTION Ivan Shot Tn All Cndllor .roon.1lIovln. .
Be ToldPLANT th. Florida I 1j."trl"btlIT:: : .. CommlMlon i Clalma or Uemandi Again I I. defendant, I have levied upon Florida WWAB inourpo.offlroro
ass will offer for axle and aellhlgh.at to tated
CommIssion Membe Maid Kelate:
M itock.
h..by' and
: director
the and neat bidder for The .
ipnolnted h\ mid t'onrniliwlon 0' You, and 'each of you are
Kximlnn teelanetd hy .sld I notified to file In duplicate all oat*!*. at lbs front door of th.1 holder of Ini' arc
CITY One of the an oinmlNelin. will h"ld public hen .clallna and dam.nd. which yoaaalnat Court H ou.a I Bartow. lsik I William H Pjk.rI'n I 1h' ull.rlln

moat significant comeback linn nn lh. Mowing twiiteni .1 han', the eaiate of MANLY, nuniy, Florida! I on th* b.1 : :k h I *.
I the limn mill place, Indlraledit A. 1\:0Rlo1N.: de..eiaed. In the of.'ot Kebruaiy. 1544. Lbs aame offlcern '1.1'
lories In Florida agriculture II t:$ A.M. Tunoay", .Ptbruiry 1.,, flee of Richard A. Hronaon CuUnlYI a Ifgel aala*' day, at II: p.m.. era of ''.''I.d..areTruman Hllolmea .
expected to be heard tomorrow "... Judge at hla office In the Court which la between lb. l,|al saln i A .
ainlo Off Ie. Building llouax at Barlow. Florid within hour nf le\en cluck AM sod Don W. Uughea, UertrudeB.
at a noon luncheon here for bus .oo Twlgge etre.t, all calendar montha, from JanuarVI two e dock P.M. of said day IFa Morrli Jeaala U Holmea I ..54Compsy

nessmen and government leaden T.mp., riorlaa : "... which I I. th* daIs ot th following descrIbed property of the Khawne* BdOtn. ,
DOCK IT NO. 78; ..CCB Oral publication of thla CeLlos defendant. JAY HILL, to satisfy U.41.
on th* application or CI1IR9 Rain ilalm or demand muat ... In aid execution and ooat lo-wlt; ,

The subject la atrawberrlea TRANsIT INC. for a rerllfl- writing muat elate the place orealdenoe One I* Plymouth I dour NOTICE OF. SHBRIFF'S ..ALIIUnd.r
pall of pihlIoeoflVnflInerasen'c.n.Ily and pout office addreai. edan ID #P'0-UT01I. TO :15051-
which a panel of speakers will I nnparalaa.a a auto of the claimant I mull 'be sworn to .4 40 4... Hi Uf i I-IIIH. andbyMrtUs of and under

describe In terms of the return transportation company. M a and moat b* filed aa aforeaald. 01- "'ON ROil BRANNBMharlff th*t..II.feh.o Circuit Court of
.... will beoom void of Polk P'lnrlda
common carrier of paeaangera Mm County. Slat of Florida$
of the to .. Jeanetle A. Norlin BY Karl W. Rlncla" Polk County,
strawberry a position on regular .....dul. and ovor / / : under dale of May S. Mil where.In .
of economic prominence in this regular route) between City JKANFTTB A. NORfJ' Chief Civil Dplltlf IMPERIAL LUMBKR CO ,
Bank of LakelamBy n.m
Terminal .1 tot NunS Cedar People INC1 la plaintiff and K U TOV.FTT .
region $ reel., Lakeland, Florida, >ndOrpenlera /T/ Rli(!hard Rg'N Pearae d/b/a STANDARD CRT
Barring unfavorably weather rated Juet outelde ho city Vice ITealdent IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT WALL I. d..f.nd.I 1 for hav aale* levied and

the noon luncheon In the Plant limit of lakeland: and to op. soil Trust OfficerEXECUTORS IN AND .FOR UPI and the rlgheat and beat bidderfor
e.ln aervlr COUNTY FLORIDA. .11 t
Hotel will be followed within a .rslsa.IChla from mild ('Itv Terminal. I InLook.l.nd IT.ll IN Hf: EHTATH Ole at the front dor of theCourt
few the Tampa air LUTHER P. CUNNINGHAM HOUM at Bro... Polk
days of the and
by one season
terminal aervlng lbs NOTICE TO CREDITORS I 1'crossed County. Florid. on tI.J
al peak in the current Plant .nd mil of lakeland to CypreaeOardena IN THB COUNTY UDQB" To All Creditor and Persons of February, lk<4. the Mm ..

City harvest reports the Div roy Buk luster, lbs flr .tMnnK.rpli.ro COUNT IN AND FOR laving lalma or Demand Again a ""la" day, at 110 PM.which ..
other alghtrerttilt COLIc COUNTY .FLORIDA laid 1CM-sCsI between th* Irgal eale
7 sion of Marketing of the Florida pnlnla of IntM-eat In IN Mr: FBTATB: OFMrKIVMFYH You, and each of you. are her.. hour of eleven ..clock A.M. *n<|

Department of Agriculture. polk Onuniv mid returnJiillua hy notified 10 file In duplicate all two clock PM of Mid day, th.
K I Hiker It Kwiutra.nf IIAKR11J.T: UKAHAM 'c.ialm. and demand whit' y following; deacrlbed p."IJ of Ih*
Acreage Doubled Tallahaaeee, Kl.irlda, la at.tnrnrv Deneaaed have agalnlt the eelat of: .&- defendant R. L 1..1. .loJ
for tho Alplliant To AH Creditor and Personallaolple THEft P. CINV1NIIHAM. dceaaed. ... .Id eieculloe 10- ;
: _u ._. Claim or Iwnumdg Agalnm In lbs offlc On toon t hevrolet. Truck ID
This will occur despite a A 1.01111 m.. ann inarm an inereated of RUherdtronaon A.
purlieu will l>* given animnrlllllll Said Kalale: : Count Judas, at his 01- 1 14A.I".oJ TO .4.11
production resulting from the > In ho roll heardIHRWTUIN You and each. of you ara h.r.l'y Ice In the Court HOUM at .rlow. 191. < .'
LL -1--- December 1962 freeze which influenced lIe ::: s.f Chairman notified to file In duplicate all! Florida, w 11 h I a nix: ,calenrt Bulik 4 door, in JfSO.aonmi .
nln L. Miteon t'ommlealoneJerrv tlalnia and demand wblch I you month. from January SO, 111 #614726, IMS tag
pessimistic growers last W. C."I..r. and S an'aalair..t lbs eatate of BTEIN.MKYRH which I I. the data of the flret pub- $ o1c

year to plant the least berry er Wllhur I'. Klmr. eomm'.lon.1 HARRIET GRAHAM deceaaed hoLlies of thi. nolle. Fact claim On. ". Truck. TD *"10011.
mltutlnathe FlorIda In the office of Jll.hard A. or demand moat b. In wrltln.. 'O 5 I *102 S<4, 1>
EDITORS ON PANEL "Tranet Ah..". I In J.vnwllgm" .r. .licuiM h four.nwieo.r tditen acreage In the area's known his tin Commlnxlnn Ibis tut day of'Juu.r" Rronaun. County Judg., at his of molt atal lbs plac of reilden. "Io

It I fcnim ..14 .t Flerld. Soi.th.ni Coll.**. ,..... Io't' er. John U.., .d.ter. Av.untdala $STAR tory. l 64Billing. fire In the Court Ho.... at Bartow 'and punt offlc add,'... of talalmant C'iIIC Fnril Truck tn *

1"1" DLch, m...&!". editor, T."" *. TIMES Hal Wr., .".... .m profuse, .t Hit cll|. However the 1962-61 crop fin. r 5laolnVIGXECIiTIVIO BttCRETARY: from Florida, January, within SO.1., sass calendar. which monICa I. lbs be,filed muat aa b aforeaald* swore, to or el ainuet .. MM FIOSH la.127.5I-1 TO "SUI.

who .. .*d .. modtrahvj H.rrli Slmi, .direr, UkthmJ LEDGER; *ad CorM.nd ""11I"10", ....11..111. Ished 11...stNOTICI ...t. of the first publication of this .m. wIll herona void On. 1157 ('h."rl..t 'rrk. 'I
so strongly nearly
growers nvtloe. Each claim or demand mualbe ,OU""IIO CtJNS'ISQHAU.Adnlnl.l.trla # ,
.direr St. ,.rmburf TIMES. doubled their acreage when In writing, must StAts the plan 6CV.UI T
.>f realdence and post office ad- (1-U. Furniture equipment
they planted again last fall. 011' INTENTION TO d...... of the claimant, stunt beworn of Furniture Company
MAltS APPLICATION FQR 10 aid muat b. filed aatfnreaald NOTICE 0.. SHERIFF'S. SALE L".t and maierlal.
With production running well .FINAL DISCHAROK or ela* cam will become "nd.r and by virt,,. of .n ...- sod.gupplleg of otho Diandard Dry.
Tell College StudentsOf ahead ao far this season the In n. : ratate; HITNN nf D'rasl'FI void. rutlon laaued out of and und. w.1I

luncheon tomorrow will provide MARY All M WHOM IT MATONPFIIS /./ Plllnn t. Oraham, Jr. he seal of the Claim. Court 01 farge I page Inventor mar ba
DILLON U ORAHAM JRtxeculor. Polk .
County lIsts of Florida, lIn' namined t the gherlfr Office
a forum for Plant City area: : ,; d.r date of January 14. IM4. requeet.
that tbav.
talk about reclaim. Nolle I I. hereby given .. Ad 7-CM ....rln OABLR AUTO ELECTRIC!: ; UPI MONROE
growers to filed im final report BRAVMOf
Journalism Opportunities ing their position aa builders of Inletratrlx of lb eatata. of Miry NOTICE 0.. .HII..I". SALE and LORA APPLIANcn HENDRRHON la plaintiff aka FLC sod "herlf of Polk County
that I hav .
deeaa.o! *
: .
M. Dunn Under and by virtue ot an e e- RA WILLIAMH I.
the "Winter Strawberry Capitalof for final' din defendant I FARE VT. IMNCLAIRB
filed my petition utlon laaued out of and und* have levied and will offer for
. ,'hirira. anti ihm, I will apply tr the aeal of lb. Circuit Court of upon ChIef c'v"' Deputy
the World.
Newspapera are still the best said college scholarships also lies," Loop advised, "You can tho Hon. KlfHAKn A. RRONHONmnty roward County, Htal of Florida, ails and bidder..11 for to push the at highest tl1. front sodbest U..5nI

bet for i nrlilH. on III* *lh day or March ULAMOKUAN P1FH
are planning careers In mass "Many bright students are suburban weekly than on a berry growers a researcher -'toes, for appro\il' of the aThii and FOUNDRY COMPANY 1* plaintiff AND 11th, I'olk' of County. Florida, on Ihe I NOTICE TOt OltSKL
communication. who developed the Florida 90 for final di'ch ac-sass Admin.lnlr&trln and JOHN HOLLOWAY AHBOCITtH. day February 1164 lbs FUEL OIL, DEALERS
going into other fields who daily and there are more of wine being; a legal aalea day .t nolle I. hereby
or t". ..1.1. or SOary M.Dllnll. given that eeal.
should be them. variety and an official of the IMC. I. defendant I havvld 1:10: p.m., which I* between the .d will be
That is the consensus of four working on newspa I d.r..ed. upon and will offer. for sal.. bid received by U>e
newspaper editors who took partin pen," he commented. i The quality of newspapers Is' Florida Department of Agrlcul iird d"y of Fehnmrr, JIS4.niwbelh .nd Mil to lbs hlgheit and beadder A.eial M aal and* hour two, clock of Cl.vons P. M"Iock of Polk Count Florida C''"""..''O".... of
> HlmaAdmlnletratrlK for cann, at th. front door COllnt up to a:30ulk
a journalism forum at Florida Quality ImprovesThe steadily improving" DeLoach ture from Tallahassee. of lb.rlals of the Court liD...* at Bartow. sold day of lb. followingdeacrlhe.. o'elOk .n Tu..tI.y, r.bru.
I property the defendant FLORA sly is. 1064. 1. b. op.ned Immedl.
nf M. Dunn
Southern Mary Polk ounty. Florida th 14th
College. observed. "Our readers are on 4BNDBRHON aka. FLORA WIL. sIlly th.re..r .

They. were Cortland Ander-I editors agreed 'that many better educated and better informed (1.840 Deceased. ;:rn.or..3-'legal."bruar aaloa 3'., m4 day. the at earn 1m' and LIAM1S coala to to-wlt aatlafy said axeoutlo for furnishing .and 5 publ.Fool" rsid In

women make excellent reporters than before. In P. M, which I. between th. legal to County yard located at
aon managing editor of the ever PhantomFinally (in* Phllco TV Serial *13I ., O4olhcrry. "
'< .
beats. ails hour of eleven. .clock A. M. L'J"ta' Kroetproof.
-even on police I I"Don't
Model #r.870 RM
addition 'ort ...
Bennett De- to straight news they Eaton !
Petersburg Times; NOTICII 011' SHCRIPC'S .ALII and two o'clock P M of said day MONROB BRANNEN I. Park

Loach managing editor of the overlook the week. demand more interpretive and Under and bY virtue of .n ...- the following dumbed properly Hherlff of Polk County. Florldi Slain nwood,. ( lnrtH. Dundee.
,... '
under the or th* defendant. JOHN HOLLO 't. W. he
out of and
pIllion Inaued SIINCLAtRItChief
Tampa Times; Harris Sims editor background stories about national .aal of lbs Civil lalma Court of WAY AKSOCIATFB INC., to gatfy BYl FARl Civil W period "{ Ii,n.rov.red by auch

of the Lakeland Ledger; Cotton Fabrics and world events and always Hlllibnrmigh County, lIsts of Klor- said ciMutlon and coat to.wit. TM. Deputy bid.All* .I b. for be the year 1114.

Ida, under date of April II mawherein .h.i .ubmltted on
and John Lopp. editor of the more local news. AUaa Finance Company of 171 piece. 4' pipe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0.. tho basis 'ollnw"1. ._lf.

Auburndale Star. Will; Be Shown Automation improved print. CapturedTALLAHASSEE FlorIda la plaintiff and Paul I.. tr>S pleceg I". pipe THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIR .INaTRUCTro"NrUT0OBB.
MrKlnney la defendant I bans I.". 1000 piece <* pipe CUlT. IN AND FOR POL |DDI R*
Anderson and Sims are jrad Ing techniques-especially offset led upon and will offer for eat, IDS piece m.. pip COUNTY FLO. Ft DA.. IN For the purpoee of theee bid* an

uatea of Florida Southern. At Southern -and advances in color photog. (AP) The and soil to II'. hl.h..t and best 11211 piece S". pipe CHANCBRV 6.c.. from which the county I*
Phantom has pulled Its last dis- bidder I errs,I,. at lh. front door 700 plec** 1H lips SUIT FOR DIVORCE xempt shall b* EXCLUDED freneach
Opportunities Cited raphy are making newspapers of the Court no"... at Barlow. ho ploy.. 5' :: plpa VERKTT: : PHILIP BILL: hid Hult.bl. Tax Exemption
I Cotton fabrics designed for more attractive and readable, appearing act. I'olk Countv, Florida, on the sri lou pieces 1 vip.: (All 10lsstha' Plaintiff, -ertlflcatea. will ... furnl.hed t.. .

Hal Waters head of the collegs' -spring and summer fashions the editors agreed The two-ton wheeled truck I a day, legal of 1II..b.aalea 1114.day, the at .m.1 :ao Semi p.m.. MONItOR! BRANNP": ) WROTH-\'.Y.-FERN BBLt I c ovrr.r.....S..I omitted' be ruqiired taxeau" lo iub. I.

journalism department, will be exhibited Monday at They predicted that newspapers -Wit cornered In south Georgia whlih la between. tb. legal' silo Hherlff of Polk County Florida. V.f.nd.nt' bid. In of IWo way. .
i orltxk, AM and SOIl KARL W. 'INCL.uaG NOTICE OF SUIT 1. All *f Dl.a.l Fuel bid. ..billgubmltted
served as moderator. Questions Florida Southern this week by federal and state hour nf eleven
will continue to provide Civil TOI TIOKOTHY FERN BELL 515 on Manufacturer
wo o'clock P.M. or mid day. the Chief Deputy a
on the discussion theme. Open to the public, the exhibIt more "public service" leader. revenuers. On many occasions nl low Ing deacrlbeil' property ofIh. 1-54' SOI Mouth North BtreetWaahlniton randed *] orade on the baala of .
I I Paul I.. Mt Klnnexo Court HOUM. d..lv..d I.nk ....on prics at tb.
"Trend Ahead in Journalism will be In the Ordway Arts for during the last two months defendant
hip by crusading communty aatlafy said ....cutlon and Costa NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ohio bidding I lens '& fixed dl..
were posed by students who are Building. It is sponsored by thecollege's improvements and demanding gents in Florida and Georgia to-wlti IN TIlE COUNTV You a-. Starchy .q..I"d to file ount in i be allowed per gall on o ff

majoring in journalism home economic department reforms in at tried to follow the truck to its One IMS Butch 4 door eedan, JUDOI'a COURT IN AND FOR yoor wrltl.n; efenae, If you hays said tank w..o price. Th. Clerk
government POLK either of the ard will b.
]l) *4I- '"U2'9. TC JT3S411.13: COUNTY FLORIDA 5CR ( In peraon or by altar.ory notified Im.
Despite the rapid growth of and the National Colon all levels base of operations, only to lose llie> lag #6 w."4KO. nn llenaHIONROK In Rl Kalate of ), to the Complaint filed In this ledlately of Snyrbanos In t."k
: 1 it HHANNlSKherlff MARY B. Court In lbs above proceedlngtn I wagon price.. of Ml Dleael. Fuel
Florida on roads
television and public relations,' Council of Memphis, Tenn. I They also agreed that of Polk County; I'ATR.Doneo.nd.. or before the ISIS day of Feb hat may occur during th. period

newspapers employ more jour. The exhibit hours are S to 10 newspapers, generally "are su Late Wednesday night the Florid Tn All Creditor. and Peraon t4ava ury.. UIt, the nature of which of the contract .w.r.
Fad W. Ulnclalre a Clalma or Ixmand A.aln> iroceedlnica belngt a suIt for llore I. All #l | bid. shall
naliata and offer perior those of truck was cornered and seized Byl < "
more and 1:30 3:30 to other
a m : to : p.m. I any Chief Civil eputy !laId fctata.You .! olherwlae a Fro Con. "L ."bmll..d, tin .
tunities for talented Mini Lawanna Walker, home sectIon, bar none" south of Colquitt, Ga. It was captured (1.Ul and each of you, are herebynllfled .aao will b. ...P. ..In.t you. Orada oa.nuf.tu.r.. .I.
students told. oppor'l will only after It crashed to file In duplicate I au. leONE AND ORHKRF1J at Bar. nf a Firm N.t PrNa pep d..
were Council .10n
economist for the .alma and demanda which yoi, tow Polk County, Ibis th. 11..d tap s. "M sose.
FISH ARE ROMANTIC through two fences and rolled h. agalnat the Ca .Iorld. .. IC aa..otIal Onlh.
"If you have It in )' discuss new textured cottons CIRCUIT COUNT OTHE eatate of MARY Ittl rstJas.a P.mpt .1.
IN THE E. PA1 h:. deceaaed. In the office /aIV H. LoAN. JR. "on'.rl, ll'.rafr.. the ltusrdreerv.
field. The driver Larrl
write, nothing can atop you I emphasizing current research MIAMI Like humans, the a Wayne TENTh JUDICIAL CIRCUITN of RICHAR1> A. HRONSON Counv Clerk (Ircult Court .. th. right t* rhang the I,

Slma aald "But if you don't being done to develop stretch gouramis like to kiss. While no Cross 28, of Donaldsonville Ga. AND FOR.FLORIDA POLK. COUNTY, Judge. at hi. office In the (lour R. PHILIP HADDOCK ward to other bidder In e... ofnaatlafaclory I

I have it, then nobody can help and created fabrics one Is positive about the reason tried to escape by swimming i a CBFRT T. HOLDER: 0 .1.lioN calendar_ at Bartow mouths. Florida from .January within. At.rn.. B..fo I SI 1'.lnll product bid dellverlea on doe or not In meet CMie

you very much" She will present the textured for It, says the Miami Sea- duck pond but was nabbed Inthe Plaintiff !0 :tbrd. 164. which I. the date ofthe I..k.llld. Florida the a.lf..lo.called for la trig

Anderson described the St. fabrics aa they appear In many quarium's Capt. Bill Gray it ia, water the State Beverage ." rt>IA B. HOLPKR i irtefendant. RoeS flrnt claim. publication or demand of thla muat nolle.be In. bid.Th. Board ,.. ... tbe right t*
Petersburg Times' I U m mer guises from flamboyant prints generally believed to play the Department reported Cat No .1013.IO.t. )) wrillnt. m Unt.lal. the plies of THE TENTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT Ol. m.ba .,ontr.t awarda ro each In.dlvldu" .

training program for high and primitive designs to game- same scheme In courting as it The Phantom carried three SUIT .FOR DIVORCC ""r".Id..c.lbs .'claImant.nd pout moat sfllea b. acorn.ddr..to. IN AND .FOR POL any combination" County Yard
school and and hunter does with humans. I 1loo.gallon moonshine stills and NOTICB OF. SUIT COUNTV FLORIDA the Board .. fit. .
co gtudnts. reptile patterns. TO: f.TDIA B Hill.\DhR. and pious b* filed a* aforeaald or CHANCERY NO. *270t-a>.SS hid. will b* .. Th.r.o..1
-- a* earn will become void
A smaller truck travel. .poel..I
pump. 112 linaclo AlitamaCd BANK for t each
T. I. PATBAdmisialcatop!
II ling with it, whose driver es Jtiarex, Chlh I ., Mexlrn (IV } T. Bnrd 1..lon.". th* right to
I YOU ARk HERKUr; NOTIFIED Plaintiff.' I .
C'. O. JANE8, any or all .
carried still and
aped parts, 'h.t a slut for fllvort haa beenfund ttnrney for Administrator At th. 'onlrol Main-
bottled gas that is sometimes with lbs Clerk' of Ih. {'hrcitl'ort tools South. Kentucky. REo''DA. NEUW1EN. t..n.n* Anhm..Park, the ".

'Ti SPECIAL i used for firing whisky stills. ,orlda. .In...and.In.t for you Polk by HLBIRr Count. LI.6J.l.akclsod Florida Defendant. .plini'I LM"I J*.be*.0 required I1' NOTICE OF SUIT
HOloDNa. and ynuarssereelrcqtIred
i 1.. T.nk
ADvICTI5SMSNTpuatic pump plus bOO gallon
I to ..rv. ropy nO your NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN MORTGAGE .FORBCLOaURITOl ( .nk* with locking tyn.
IALE"TO .n.wer or nlh.r wrlt.e", dI..n. IN TIlE COUNTY JUDOBB RhUIMALD A. NkUWIMN ".|i. at Permanent Sanitary Land.
OFFER wnOM 1'1' MAY eO"l'CERN": If any nimn. OUVrR L. HHKKMIR COURT IN AND .FOR JR. .nd HtHAN WIL8OJIMCUWIEN. fill alte.. Blorag T.nkV at ..11atrlct
,v.ur. herchv ....tlII..d that tbe .. Wroa* mailingaddre.. I liO POLK COUNTY FLORIDA hIs Wife yard are owned by the
following motor ".hUlemi : ''P. lIen IK. lakeland. Horldnn IN RK: VHTATB OF RESIDENCE In an unknowietati
In appreciation for (:h..1'01"1. ,.....tlrI'.lIon or before th. IIIh day of March. EWIS WORRALt YARNALUl or "unl"other th.n Scur'tFs .. of uniformity an
IU44HN: l.ium, IM84. and before or Immedlatel. >eceaaet. Its .Ioril., and bid. to b. hall be aub.
your patronage dorng will he enld at public .,,1.' at 10:00: ereafler to file with lbs Clerk To All Creditor and Peraon HavClalma ",.ln. addr** .! titled only.on.ld.r'bid form to
8 Oilixk the Situ day of Kebtu.ary o' ..Id Court. the original of said leg or Demand. Agalni V. ATA h. furnlehed by Ills (Countv. The.. .
past I o..n Penrinrxla oilier written defeniea. Yuma. Teit Billion.
] at ChevroletIno awer or laid YotatalYe ; ,,rm. be secured fmm the
___ months. Lakeland. .'1.. The prnreedi If ..ny.I ". .nd aarh of you. sc-a hereby Arlaona fflce m the Board of County 'on.
nf the aale will b. applied flrat tithe If you f\II'b..d.t:\ decre. pro notified to rile In duplicate allcI.lma Ton ar* hereby notified that 5 ml..lonero. P. o. Box SO
payment ot the rout of r*-I nfeaao ,, agalnulu and demanda which you 'omplalnt to foreclose a certali lorlda and mast be Rartow..'
'T- taking. etorlng and Mia of aalc for tb* relief demanded bythe S soaps.Inot th.enl.t. of LPWllOfWAI : nOFIC5... .noumb.rln. the follow *, All blda moot. be. en.inupllcal
*I'I. and lbs of of ComplHlntIISKNH \ log dai. rlbed real. property, lo.wlt
motor rout publlratlon Will .I. YARNALL. deceaaed, "'10.'" I In an envelope .ddr.... In
of not he or aale and Ih.nto \\- my hnnd and offlcl In thd office of RIchard A. Uron Ixit 4. Block A. Falrmount 'lbs Board securely ...I.d" "
the utMarllnn of the balann oral of of(Ice at Itartow. Polk eon. onRentier Judna, .t bbs sffl's isha Perk, Unit #1. Lakeland' .'Ior.I. 'plainly marked on th* oul.lda "Bid
dm under the contra..t stilt Tom. (',mnty. rlnrtda, this Ird day ol (curl SI ou.aa t llrtow 'Ior.
__ ____ ___ Leak for the ml. '1. Dunn JIH Orady Ine. February. 3954to. Ida. within" al. calnndar mon.... th.rer recorded In Plet Book A. M February U. "84.t"CJICATIONI.
.l' I lakeland Florida covering the tlnanrlng II flLOAY. JR from Janary 13. 1914. which I. Iho'lola u. page It. public record of

I I famous Dixie of aald motor vehlrl. Amaurplua 'BAL: .) RSHll'WSrt of tho flr.t publIcatIon or this Polk county, .'Iorld.. t. .
will h. paid to you and nOli". bach rbairn or d..m.nlt. mn.1b. has been filed agalnet 'Oi In thi lIulfur Content Jlnlmum
2 I Cream Donut you will remain liable for any ba|- By: Vivian A. 1'urvle In wrilin. n.u.t Stats. the bove-alyled ault, and ..re. M.almum
4_ .J..J: anre remaining unpaid under hid U.SU plop. of roald.n pout off i'audilreas ulred I o..raa copy of your I. APT Oravlty 1.1'
\ IIU; WOIl\Ol rti& Sign and '% ..onlr,,''. of Nh. r.ln..t, moot Sn .newer or other Pleading' to tlnmpliilnt .. 4. Ability tn keep carbon I'l
n. CUNTI1AM'l.snral acorn to and must b. filed as' on Plaintiff aitorneye. a ues.ts minimuIgned .
: l lo In
i btotvr A..pl.n". Corp .. iMIrRMON, Rl'SH, DEAN aOWNDK8
U.LIC SALt aforesaid or sims will be.diIARVET Ord.red In span .. 011 J.II'
DONUTSfomO Tanpa. Flrldsticit TO WHOM 1'1' SlAY l'I-I'pny: 'I 515 111 Laat Central Ave nary u. ,. .Ion

V _ _ You ars hereby notlfl.d that the /: a. PARRISH. 050. Uilando Florida. end file thirlglnal (. ) WI.MER. MCCfTCHEOM
I foilowlrnt.InrO1I'Ie: a..cutor..: An.wer or other Plmdlni I
: / PUBLIC SALE Uti3 ('b"'rol"l Impala, .. Miller, Hinder. In lbs ciffli.* of lbs (lerk of the 'b.lrm". .
\ "TO WHOM AI. V (tONOrRN ,,1.1.lIe LOAN, JR.
i You ..... hereby. notified that th.. Jt31 47lCI ll3. "..rr. Chiles LllawortlAttorney CIrcuit I'ou 'on or hefoi the 171H Clerk
'I following motor v.hlo-I.: will be enld at public ml, at 10:Of for Executor lay' do ot ebruary.dour. 1104.,.. I yon fail I ''JAL)
b" 0 ao a ennfeaac'III
ol P. O Box 481
rnrd 1".nlIh'.lIon '.M. odorS on lbs nth dav .
sued #
"wed,t 'J: :f" 26 Varieties of Notionally! Advertised OAUV 11IH4 ebruary, m. at Murphv ,'h.v. lakeland t'lorldaUi&l calIcO.. b*demanded taken ...In'n.t the you fur tbi. ,

.. ml W Main Ht, nartnwnrlda ComplaintThla
Donuts will b* sold at puhllK at 10 t'o : Nolle shall t IN
publnh.do..aw.p THE CIRCUIT
/ (" Tb. proceed of lbs aalt COURT OP
AM .10,5 on III* 1.1th day nl! NOTICI TO CREDITORSIN I for four THE
\ eliruary, lees at MAC, Tumpa will be applied. flr.t to th. pay- eonaerntlvieeka TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
!1 ",," Cinnamon Chocolate Long Johns Twists Florida. The procetda of lb. ...1.. ment of th. coal of retaking. .' COURT IN AND FOR DATED In th this* Lakeland 14th Id.er. 0" THE STATE OF .FLORIDA
day IN
(ft. Glazed Cake Jelly will I.. applied. flrat to the paymenlof ins and oat. of said so'I.mvnhiulc POLK COUNTY FLORIDA rv. J.nl. I CHANCERY AND FOR POLK COUNTY. .
the toata of retaking. atorlnt .od'the roet of piiblliallnn of no tV Rh, FSPATK (If 18.tBIAL NO Sm' tl "
." f Apple Sauce etc. and ..!la of aald motor elide and tlr. of Ml. and then to th* .sill. HOBBY GENII LOw RS. n II. NOTICE OF. SUIT
of the Isioca dl.emtnut und.r COMPANY *
-' the coat of publl.atlun of notice of faction .1.0 known as Clerk )
,. Open 6 AM. to 10 P.M. ale. and then to the Mtlafattler lbs ,' with Artlmua I..k. ROBERT GENE LOWFRS.Deceaaed. Byi: VIVIAN of Clr,1. Court FlorIda Corporation, )
o.v.rln. th. flnamlna of aald PlRVII PlaIntIff
nf lbs balance due under the eon-
.., 7 Days Week trait with I)5,10.,. H. Thompeon mntor v. I'I.. Any aurpliia will bepaid To All Creditor and Peraoning '.liil. Deputy C'.rl' v.
PU Box inos Lakeland .'1.. coy to you and you will ", n..lnlI.bl. .- ." Claim or Demand. Agalni _ _ _ "urn C. PATMORH and i{
.-# McCul.ough's erlng. ; the financing of aald motor for any balance remaining ISttlei ...t.t., I FUBLIC NOTICE ,ANN A. PATORJ his wife. {
vehicle. Any. purpl;.. will b* paid unpaid under Hid ronlrst.Cnmmnrclal \'ou. .nlt .rh of you. .1w t.reb NOTICE la Hb.HFBY OI..N Defendal.. 9
to you and you will remain tlabi Cr.dll notified to fill In duplic-sla all that by order of the City ARTHUR 1 PATMORE and
for any balance remaining unpaid Corporation .I.'m. and d.mand. which ,ouh. .Ion of lbs City of Lakeland nor. ANN A. PATMORR hi. wifa
Lii under paid contract W L Brown .v* agalnet the .....* of BOBBY ida a hearing will b* conducted InOhs Too. ARTHUR ('. PATNORM
P. CUNI /Js General. Motor Acceptance Corp. 1401 South Horlda (KNbl lxWKH8. deceaaed. In the H.I at 10'1 a m. on the 17tb. day of you are. h'Jb .. Tampa, rlorida.NOTICB. A.nu.. .flie of Richard A. Broneon 1M4. for the pulp,.. omplalnt ., .. a Mortgage
l'.0'1 11644TS ('.mnty Judge, at his office In tr. of con.lderlng a propoaed amend on t'o-witr"' -.".< Prop

Of. AtSBtSMtl' AGAINST PROPIRTY Conrl Houee at Bartow, Florida.within lent to Section (. Realdenc. .ry.;
FOR STftSSTNolle I MpKovaMaNiaamenta .1. calendar month frmJasscy "B.'", of Ordinance No. 1IH4 by I 0I14- 5. flInch! B, IMKB GIB.
riding .ubaecllon (O lu read Ei'rATEC UNIT NO.
II. U14. which I. the dautht
I. hereby. given thai lop e have been entered ggalnattlguou. illowa: TWO, .accordIng to the Dial
of > fIrst publication of thi.
If all lota and land adj inlng and rut., to or bounding or .bulling ,'.. no. "Icy Numerlea and Kinder.gHTleiia thereof re.oriled In Plat Hook
U Each
tialm demand
DIXIE CREAM ) upon th. following: publlu way Nntitreet ,::lib Dakota Avenue, helween Arlani' b. In writing, m".or alau the plan mual ire permitted u... 4:;'. Pass U. public Record of
NUT Hurt Patterson Htreel In lbs I CIty of Lakeland Flrlda aa pro.I of realdenc and, post offlcad. provided that th* gro*. |,,trea .'lk i'ounty, Florid; and .
Mdvd hy Rnaollitlolt of Ih. Clly C,,,":,..I.olon duly adoiuert on tl. 4th I. not leaa than '.000 all .. aleam electric. water.
fresh dram of the claimant muat IM
DONUTS, daily day of HeplemlM-r. 1063 saId a an,.,ament being payalile In three anlyable worn ta and mont b filed ..,u.r. feet and that the. aro.a .nd other heating. cooking. r*.
soul InalHllnienti with In torn.I, |I'. annually at tr. rats of Sf .Inr..ld. oe.lsa.a! will...ai. flo..r area of lb. frIsorallog: llshling
are the best the very best donuts per rent p.rans usi a* herelnafi. apeclflcally sot forth I ooms. voId isa building In which .prlnolpl I. veolilatlog I : il.umI .d
SHOP LOCK LOT SUB.DIVISIOl. FRONT" >., C W I.Admlll.U'IIlur. located or Inl.nd" to .be local poWer.yeln ma. machIne. .p.
I FT A.-I ed .b.1 lea. than plI.n,'.., flnlures and .psnr.

your family ever enjoyed. So light. R 11 11101..I.nd l A,id 12551 '.11114. I 4ID ., feet In addition. Iceir: ,:. Imrlsiole t :
n It IHlleland A dd 136 "II 14.9.01 th. properly ahall be on will or on said ,
1805 Crystal Lake D,. M 11 Hlxlrland A,d.I 5354)11: I,5J5 I NOTICE TD CReDITORS all aide .. permitted.nro'h. ,.'ludlng: Hot Point 1

So right.I So golden goo d Telephone 688.4406and M II Mxleland A,dd 3550 39554.dd IN THE COUNTY fenc* control' orrilnam... of the Hange, Model 107 R9' III"
J I II Klxleland. A 159.60 uoai'a COURT IN AND .FOR fliv al Lakeland and all Social P11.0)133717: RapId AIrs'
: : m :: I POLK COUNTY FLORIDA l.lon. for 1. Wall Iloalor
1 II Klxlclnml II.14 ll5lo nl.Unn hail Mod" OW.143
tender fresh.GLAZED. ; ( ; T> It IMileUnd JD ,dd 130.IW 54505 Ia R*: ratal of for with tre Code* Serial I Jloeo3k, ,
m t !dm! ; ;Bj mw"t
j j U lUilelHn.l:: : : A,dd |:10 lie 341.Of Lthl: H WHITLOW Clly of Lakeland It I.r.'Iul..d h.. b.en flIed "a"1 you and you
D "'", of M Mxleland A,dd 11'Sin> IHTItK7I1 Dvceaaedo that th* applicant are I .ecos copy "'
UNia of tl Mxleland A,dd All Creditor and Pereon ha11i5 "- ubmlt plane for the ua* of th. poop H, Pleading to. th* ,
This Coupon Entitles Bearer to : W I MxlelNnd A dd ito: DOI I4S Ot claim or Demanda Aaalnat property and th* principal Complaint Plalotlff at.
N :4 Mxleland II,dd IS 00 IMKMl Sold Eet.t.1 tructur In which lbs I. lnrooy, r'D.t" 305 Sod I
H N I Maleland iH ,dd 1:1S 00 >4 You and sack of you. are t.,.. proponed, wIth a certificationration Avon,,. ,. Petcrnburg
: 5 2MS 14 Mxleland II.dd 145 HO 18411Idd by nollfled to Oils In dopil.tats all from tho .ofnrcsmontas.nei.. S'iorlda, 3r fib t:. erbginal Ace.
/ DOZEN fffifuae H I Dixieland. JB 145.00'84 II alma and demand which you o. Ihe .pproprl.t. City we, or Offies
14 Dixieland iK .dd 1:1000: 141.01 h av.acu in.I the eatat of LEE: : lion Cod.a .w.1 .I "nlh the .rI'd IS. Cnur( r
H. WHITLOW, duceaaed In the Barlow, 1"
DONUTS \ Dixieland.dd 130.00 14501 ef the ,' Florida
Inlcraectlon of Street ana Alleyi inm office of RICHARD A. 3RONICON Fire Department that the pro. or before ti's nlells dsy of March en j
'" County Judge at hla office In the poaed uae meet ill required 19" yo, to do ,
I .
i t: : Court Ho.... at Bartow. '''..rld.. f.1 en JUd.m..n
: = : Total 5,155.51 7,!U.tl tire and health regulation and by d.f.ul b. tak.n ...In.,
thin alx calendar month from the
TO PROPFRTT: OWNERS IN FRE8TED: IN: THB FOREOOI.NOiby that prod fIrs prot. .ou demandsil
f./ ,1.f I"
:: P A88FH8MI-NTH GRBETlNtia Janoary II, 1M4 which I. the date lion devli-ea, entrance Co"I.lnt.DNE to
of the fIrst publication. of IbIs no. Colts provide
30C You and each of you are hei, notified trat the Fqualla.tlon Ice.. Each claim demand maximum public mod ORDERED .t Bar.
or "'n.tbe .
Board will. alt at the City Commla:Ion Chemnera In the City of Lake- the prol.lolI. Florida thl. 4" day of Fob.TI. .
in writing, muat ante placeraatdenr "rU.a ru..,
DNUTS I land Florida at 1000: oclotk Allltu ,,M. on lbs nth day of February of and post office . for the piirpoee of bearing c mplalnta with reference Iosanen.. dross of lbs claimant mont b* reference rUrb.. H SLOAN.
m.nloand eaih .>f them and at I,nth time, aid ........".nla will be worn le and muat b* flied .. are requested pr.d.m.nd".nt JR
with purchase of 1/2 dozen at regular pricef" adjuated and equalised, ..'provedCu'nn.I..lon ind finally! confirmed by the Clip aroro..ld. sr.Is..a m. will b. *. the propoaed ordi oan.amesd.to eon. (SEAL) 'O'Ot
Dozen of Ihe (lly of LakeliThla ,,id. Florida.I void .ul POlk
Per % eon' .
the eel" dip of February. 19... /., W. n ANDREW fir. Onln... 'No_ 1'11 01 In I'lanniss Ih. of. "Iorld..

t'g/Ij'gII..WUIIII..II".W.w..w.w., /I.' } : /./ 1.. R Hhlinmn '0,0 R Harold. Orlftiaril -.r;x.....uturR and Z.'nlng .t the City Las.. B, .. A. Purv5Itelfe .
1Ui1 .t .!f.! JJ :n.u. : ('IIT Ot-KHk M tTOK.I !>\IMIS! $IO.M:UCORRKIINrJIH A. tl.Rlc.14 JR.Altnrn. sod YI..clds.n. 1.1. 0. <
A\r I "y for xiutorI ; 1.. II Hhnman Altoi'or l"n.pul'
:i'./ J. Mardln! Pe>rIMIn. it. /- Kv Y<-tl,. ,. .. I: Box IA.I lily Clerk-i' ",' 'Iroll.. 1
SPf OAL RATES far I>T.A.'., Church Gtwupt, Clubs, Restaurants, Cammlssorles-INQUIRI AiT'JRNUVusal JCllY I M.'NA
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ADVERTISINGRATES t4hI1dIis10" (::r.lt.rlne ft" Help Wanted, female 14 )Help Wanted, Male i 51 Ward Wanted 61 >.. ..... Oppert.BitTeslar LIVESTOCK I MERCHANDISE

ROOF1NU-W'NDO fJImD$ WAIHItDo r.. ala. LA&abUATs fyir SI.dII sos WB 1X3 UacUr wt.kAii. ron aooa ... I..... Voiuu.. .511. *' D.g* Cuts, Pets 95 trtyttti UstorcyciesIIL0004I'it
udlmi Boranaa rapalra allaratlon. I 35. "I WarS Yom.PioJ Ia.Ia.ard.OrwyPAO. 001100" mark I. sprIyultrsl Istiati'p. mowlai, Undaoavlnt. Alas bias 015.5 lOuis-IS r.......... SlIMIM *
., M BwnUia ta par, BBConuacMni ..... IS 0,1,4 Is PI...,.. fill ell"- ttoMW"w.' "**H1OKttERAiT 5r wan ai>4 wlla taan opara- HOARDING 1IOLLT Keuni.licurl .ND Yotalos solos
? .'* Pi Compaor. InatiradPhona "OO..WOR.II" .. 5sirr neil .arallosll trISso by,.. 00.rIM.baiisti. ..... NaailnaJ aaah InvMUnaatnaaanuo. and Tad Vat All... Now and aanrlra. sflwirto. lUrUnmodala '
MI....... u Troa MU S-IUI: A ilaipi.r.ian. 110. I.. M... pars lII'n_ aru IU.. Writ dalalla at .uallflaa4ona 5.mi41Mi'nosreissonyll .1 Call SU-10I1 for uiUtar Mulbarrr ...It..,. rI.... MU aporta anodal -- tarn
Worda .. .... 8-204a. CARP:
MU ><> a I and anpariaaoa to ttoa Nan. l..f..IIoD. _III'. ilork Lakaland Cool -Oo.. ill
Minimum Chargt-SI.OJ rTRICKB: MAIDVIIs. Brrvloaiwtaltt WHIT: I.ADC : ; top si iryams. Lalltl..d Loct.... foul. Naip LIlnIp buNtAl.ham.. tur.NIP. 530w.sb. 5MM... OAHAOB, looM and plat WillI ItAla Cll\b.th.. 2091oroMos .0,01 NomiolsI.: eoi-eUts.
t a a M to* ....tIIo CHI MU .. N. .. ut-rOSS. ....,al.. M IPBV* Will nil, port er laaiaIMIDI PtlID..... ........,... 'JW. :!
Warda Dart Dan Ban DM* MM.HOMK. \ivVlNTEDOFFICE DEBIT SALESMAN .CAR arrn'wark: a :4 aiulnnaa I oss. For It.lnrwet$0ui ;. OonmiS P4.01sodo' Irspisul fish ; !.: 5usd : .

(911 .ftCPAtfta pulnttnj. or.L.in. . Afa la.... Top aalarf bulbs, rapatr, faofuc, addl.unu. rail SiP-NIPS. nr.50isn a. ..aa..tim.t.r'i : 1)05) .......,.
l gI iU TTVL.e.IpuD riO .. "1_. Brick work. Orlmnaaa .,.. NURSE Na )a.. loa ->li-... ...... #011 50,1 In. Im4i-sous loom. ti Ph.D. 11.1. hull. Pus: I.ii. ZUHOPP au'par' *..ir:I'1noo .:
k' ..101...... norm n,mtInw Prulosi tralalp Hat Raeaatary ADV. SALESMAN limpiaai, 5054137.I6OASI. lot awtol pod pow rmllurto*I iawtr. 5055515.s1'la nilat. ""0. oood raixllttoiABtlqites .
aPACSJ RATU MllmuM, MO '.311 .. Posts, rauat atarrlad sir). h.011001 Aia a w. aalarf tap* 1., lull 1,. sd Sslsmsst P.stl'sst dolts P0005,5 ._ .._ ... Wa.t Partr lit"$, ..0y.15007.

NEED HU p0. ...im.CL.Aa.lryrD toaUOantra. 19 Pointing. Deceretlnf ..hortaand..._..110.Ulr.,..aa hut tonal abllitr .... MEAT CUTTER sales MU. "I"hr tho. pl_. 00.e. ... _. tun i dally larta.uuaaa7 hlaavar Baauitfullandarapad froa*.i .5..MrSI. I.n SraO'isi MItAbri.. _54.15.d. .PUP.105. ......' 96 ,

Dra.u'I pAil . Pr1O04 for aulek' sobs, 540,. ..
pall and wrl 4 alaarlr and raaalr Etparlaoa marliat, lorPIPAP.5. Ma 55345411. 110" SOSliStuSu1atLti dwoadra
10 .... oolu... ...1 .AUH1HQ JNBIDE anal.ul. Wa.bbr Apply la .... haadwriunv.Matinc ..,.... TRA4HIO CLAIMS adlwiar di. --'wS'" Millar- h.alUi NUIAL. LUn aald.Ch s .
.!' Katw Dpa> ......... lob ri Moor NU 3.2100. .... atari!*! atatua.wniut _'.'1. .ZV IlIIiPA1IIa ......U"1...... .t :: and ItatUurant.Halaia ) MAIJl kldhumOua. Ths 155.401 IstIqurl.ak"BauM."E .cod Pmr5.
DI tHus la kalandi BumMr .,AUTO N1ICItAIftO. PLUMIIItftTRUCIe adiuitor. Folk. OouniiI .. _.. Clip' Ptvona HA 1-1.71. I PUVB Stud aarftco- anlliuahuaa.lar <
WANT AD DEAOLINr 21 Keefingcampanr. of .b lid..... nON are aocaloaal .I .ARTS. PIN A Nil. *. Ass 4a Cicallrntbatkinnind ........11 IrS IUISAUISAXT POP. raIl.. Ion ........, BMamaM aala.Mil t t -Til .
WORD AD* AND BPACB ADS Imcuiar ban n and suelaS.l '1 TRAIXM. MANY 0TII111t.S.ALL (.M9M9Iraa ('all NU 5-1730 Pydua'ilul710t 3lKXi.NIC 91 ArtltUs far S.lt-MItt.
ROOf'lHU .1W'IINt3ABLII ..0'1L.m.noblp Sunder work.' If tab 5.abiratlanebis CUtB lltU. Ohtaualiua pup.pia. .
4 10 .
pai diy LIC50000'PpAnuCAL,
MONEY ila. ,_ kafora'..uoll boar p..It, Mo0155. B!.M da not ippir.PrIM .i JOBS ONLY au_ 4S .. rrloa SOlSslSlil.North JaOl JiXCIlo\IIOI Oil ...._ Sour.Uiltlui .
p auadat yyy ar .. sasSibhiS ISP P50_. Cell aN a.OOL0RiD Mertyggee MU aIJHP6 ISIs .t ..
Mi Muat ... Lumbar SOS Bo* F-Mi, FEB PlaIds A aoua stomps 50
I* aur "101 ... La..ItaId'1 H WEEKS 101..
era 4 JO Lm. rrldairt.CLAB9IFIED P. MMS, MU' "" .1. L.dsrp.OCKtAIL'. BUY, 20200. ..... rutbooiuos PHI BALB. an* S vaah'a' aid. tomliJ5.4OO0lS5.V .. ..td nai tMtdOBKO _or. --..
ALL TYPES _14..tItI ., WAItKCM w.nApplr '"" ., : WOMAN _.IPi.. soul NA _It..... POut M.,-. $.... CliiinAllu9'a0AoI. TV'a Iram; -MS op OXiaa.aalaad. .
aammaralnl ,
DMPLAt noallip .ork ..._. .. ......... .. ::
AAA dlii :
II 00 a... dip ....0.. publlaaUo $ root rapalrad ar raplaeMUoOar'a .. Blr DUaouat Llauata, CITY EMPLOYMENT ..II) N clii Ills.Oara..... 55 Vise.4dm wa flnaaawklaa>
VM Vat, Bartaw f-tttt MO -Ut uada.uu _.... Admiral. Balaa.J
laaaapi 'n'.,'. Mating and (haat MiMI. areaiar 203 Arcade nd"
paparadi Bldg.0000NTAIFr : > Buwluppiaa.
SELL unit ka .. aw Mtiaa Prlw II.. w." 011'0, HO i-lin Ask lot .aU. Uula ruwiV 533ill. : WILL Kn oIdorl, p-it \\II rip *553051.1 MOT0105 torus .;.: Fa.a MU" .-.... ar MU ..n..... MU (-..11. raaoak
kakira 11.01 aaw.. ... hnm. DIU ..0_ .lla UroaMnaaa. sq S ,..... Aloe will,'.113&. TV,_.,.. K, Wabanh ,
24 PlMttr StuceaMlissu. .... .......... aa *a.oan '
AU ..b nuat aa la thy Udraroltlaa At>TK)l B B".rtTM, U.lam. I.. I
W... II'(0 .... (.U bo......... fcaar SMi frara FINANCIAL aa4 ImarMxl __II. Ceathrt '.KO 1504uf11lDSalsia105rapaydle .. AUCTION SALE
...., lap .............. .. PLA8TUINO. .U'CKIIiO. ... old caM alVar .J9 ,... *!*. WA Sod OonraauaaalmarMaaa Paolp ulsoad ODd
Wan. AI..d..U.. ..... Looal 00......, raaulraa pauni 2 B aiiness ........ lak.laa Mar*, 101..... 0.4055515'. ee.c-a Ron- every: Saturday., 7:90 pm.AflA' .
data p.p.rTb. ..II...... Iy.Ss..d. tliI.. 4057. nan will .._.... U .....aI Opp.ttvaliiiicIlcIcI'1c3m11i ua Co".. SOS B. '1'1....ataa Lam III.... S If.... Mil OS
Those Udtar nil ... ka P..runlyby. .- mn. MU S-rIP. ""' ',"nD. 01.'.. a>nrlma. prarrad. 1 : an4 Inranaa pu.. fl.....''". :
1 (of pior* WMM M* I. but not raaulrad Muatra prop ru .. ..., Ru'". LMLA AUCTION OALLERIBTana

Inoorraal 1__. BUSINESS SERVICE NO EXPERIENCE las.. and al laaat two blih,.....aohool ar mora adura-so.eiriiras. ZfVliA. *. ".....*! *"*. 67 Wanted Te BerrewB44M. I* HvHteck .rlr ill A 511155 BtwHWa 7

7HI UKtUND LEDGER PwrnananU Band hoist : : AR1'OI3IMB3P WA"TIt 1. 15ono BOY \"QU" [lamar _I s-u 4Ls Bur ar IoU tar TSU
TEUrMONI 27 AcceiiRtlnf leokkicsln NECESSARYto .um..arr al tduoatlon, aicparlanca.aalarr MOoS In 84, lolnYtiaoaand Cl 0100, IpsoilI \A .. Ik auv and wrapped .r'.l0' ( H... (S W.
sad ravulrad .%im tola lit mora Mill 40000 dtalann Mu riaan J"r:: a half! fboaa MU ;. ) Paoaa MVWia
Un-needed I MU 6-1151 INOON.. TAX ..'''H..pl.... You earn good income with 0111550 nuukar. to IDrn lun.. r OIII all 10 ........ 'laanla) ) Iran.ohlaa pm, 3415: ..
saw a .ll>bla. T iaoa Ban-
h_. a r air amea. N. astOr Boa Mlahlaad Clur. Plorlda rAsuolol YOUR lsvoamE.i1uii sS50uS. BETTER USEDF"URNlroRR .
.h..... Dara SOd avanlnti (11 AVON COSMETICS. We wUl Hapllw ha4! .. atrloiait oouidtcioa las atatlaa lor lass at S40 NBroadwar HORTICULTURE MU 53541..IOIIiULO'tRAIOISD.

10....9..m.ant.. .u.....kceurata 111 Bwaaanaa nOn aa ..I.I.J. train you. For appointmentCall 11115 .,4.Our amplorMa know sI ..t to count In Court Barvow.110..locatedn .. Button Oraankraai.a APPLIANCESANTIQUES A
ANNOUNCEMENTS YO .-1'.' howlni U* Inoraaia In 71 Ftrtlllztr, Feed, Sell I ., ." ..uro. mIllions, ratalnito. .
alM la 1"'. Paur wools paidnln .> Plwna Barlow '''.1101. GIFTS

Items I tail and F.wdL.OiiT. 29 Bofcy flIiiIlU.D 6824137or ',..... .. ..C.pl'r"ulrld. .hIs tap man whoIusuuia. butisa. OR.OVND.... slbn5.,PeAT 11.nsLod 5110'b.00. Pori 1 Nol.51111 CUSTOM MAD* S ham. irallwall cr..... of Dr...... draaaara_, ..Utrauaa
l.wIlds aad I. ka-
SUPERVISORBURROUGHS llnanclai taUaala CaU Pat 0'11.01. MU *-4.ll.CUtAH ataal .Uoa, ianr raoin
CA0ba ISliaOL.liiO4 boa. ire,, 4tp aomnaroial Uraa .aiwWalaa t>. kadi, Mound 0aI Tabiaaanuara t
'LACK. .hlt. p.4 ". 5055.1. l.a'iSS ant paraonal aarafancad oas4'ylI.OXCLILZNT PHOaPBATa anil torwa. VoIding poor, .>aua but Oak Takla WIlls ttiar
Walirr kaaad Da ...u... U triad yard plar room, eia.a laRaonak4 Writ P.O. Box 139 kUSrSlne spoon.iuIliP. t. Also .... and dirt for IU1B. fMt. Baddla, bridles .... rbaaaMil Lant Muala ..... .. tuna. -
nil MO "1031. Reward ( tatM .a-aoea at _I.. .... ... Osip.jul 1>..'., MU O07S.. 9-7117 TV Comala TV Panama -
WithA 1.01I1'1 A r.i4 ......... brs..I.uip I'" .... .6..'11M Lakeland bat .0' ._..,. 1.001 'oroou.I. TOPQUAI.1'ITts.St. sod Ar. Solid Claire :t.'t" '
.. .. .. P.siIIlls50 IsslIsa. 92 Wanted Pet Upallck -
.. ...... DoW.. I. ssUlur Stills bra tram Dlooor1I.1d. .
r..A.yl.yt.... It........ ....... 36 liwam.w.rf k Jtrvk 250 DATA 0554115, .."WIU" ..11_. VU .-,.i4, Pltlta _1 Bal traaiad Oldie
M.iy A., TMfl. .Nt.y14S MOTkb SAN15D. A (n5 dsirp ..'U. sup Prtnu. na Maul Color** MnattaSat
AND ball ksnissoi ( aoWtaraa
.PAITU: ON all aiaka Irnnsror.Pr. OOOD ARIA bar. Plnatt horaabaddlnf S plsoss'Ckm'r.. Colorad
kind. top
.i and SWILl. amlnai. Prat aiU9Q alua .. kadraani battaa.plua ,lIt "01.. Tan miMe Old ... ) par MO d- 9H SIMS Badroan SOIlS. Manaaar Bad.
Penaaal Netlceiraadlnii SIMS Oakla 1.5.Iliotris. . All*. ..... _. PROCESSINGINSTALLATION '.. 4 roam bauaa plaa kalt ahapacatad pals dtp Head ms-sn.. Pn ra Palrr -Sm SOIlS WUnul Uprunalarp '
105! PIsrids Ar. la Aukuradala., IWfranUda )_. DooII-t Bat UtBOI MlnDiinaa ,
BU Y. M1'U. kayri, ..... on4 ph... MU ) 'I SECRETARIES on BrUtari Ata, and : roroa aala. Uaaraa WUt ICU ts Blcytlei Metertyclst Barlr. AnMrloaa WalarOvlar .
...."Iat ._.. Dlol M17 l-4I. MCDICAI!: sue copy WRIT** I ISO aa rakar: II'.. hotweMares. aa ..1.... Cvrrlar A I>.. _
for ..Umrt.. Cib.rriy NaydrirysTRADIND 37 Mattress R.n.utln. CHIlL>IT orrm OOKKIKPHKSTENOTYPIST : : Court, tnaana 5100 nar 72 Flewsri, See4i Plants CMiacan FloSs TaMa aad S Chair
: WAITR"nOOOK. masts plua Urine auartari. Full '-4 Oak Chain HKUaa Traaa
SMP ..oh.... ..
Must be ptloa n.looi: 110.100 '0... ka). .. ... ....'. .
bou.hl. A1iar.. vy Pri. LIm.. .iorrnlx.a RPNOVATIOOI MANY OTHER Experienced COLE HARDY I. '0. Moss la ColI. liana.Bui .
6.1-P.... dIP SIOVUS. Aro IdSitruri Q5.roar. ':::1 ", ass 21. bust aadn plant*. So" blih ATTENTION OWNERSof Mow-Na Down .$....
POtts NO 5-r5ll, ALL JOBS ONLY Salary Range ::V.:!., DIck', w iat2:\ n tO d...., dolrrrd) IOU 3-lose 1 TOO Bud at PlaaOna
"MADAMS CHRtITINI. PtI..I., I 1505W M... Ibrii lit"
LEDGER 01" pour put. ........ ... Iu..u. 4* Wilts Pimps K WEEK'S FEE nl.htL, .ubu..I. 11'0 004382. 73 Feeds, FruIts, Vegfbleiaaturdar 9 to pat .
... All ... 'I. J.
prl la andonfldmtlal S500 $650 per month' LAKBLANOB PINtBT. moss da- "" TRACB
LaraUd dllMtMt I Lao MONTOOlfERY Ward drill AAA CITY EMPLOYMENT lOIS aala ._.... laundromat.Por bELr lIitVICL" louiS 11554. Alas
of L> lind aa :,". It.Ori. .I rmir nit and initail paysMr I tot Areada lids. haaim ._... 1011 Bdl.- UibpP.d. 0_ lisp do.pssospt 19321957HARLEY THE SPINNING WHEEL
I .....1. ,." 'tIIr .r.yudynr .,.itaat. Up la I* ..... a* >arPhona Apply .... Orbs, loot MortH Florida, .,
1rr1.CHAII1UPI .,. MU I.alO). ,_lOll.'ORAII" NO p.sosi
loss e.
NUtStNO 1P.m.yr. 54 Help Wanted, LONG MTABUIIHBD. kuilnaaa "' ORA.IPAUfr. PIOIsdOslIp. DAVIDSON Pr.. P111115 I. RaM .. ....._ '
WANT ... mi..irI aitr.Uoa ... 14ilb. AREE0 OPPQRtUPilTYiitur11iissisry CIVIL SERVICE OFFICE K tlrlnr.fat .ra.aaupla, piamr makarIdaal W. ...... I1o.D... 50I.
Wrli Ba r- ,.....
yridp .t ...U..... "U1213. (91 00 ear sub. FTM koa- ill. lakaland Udiar.HUUUUI 110... 74'
.- NEED AREPAIRMAN Dun' at III. boss.*... plus ... )QDAUT*-TR I rlpa allrua trullPlrkad
CLURANCIIAUI.I O4r Fabloa. ure....' ......... AIM 14-40 CITY HALL baa OIL and Halnin! Companr dallr IPMlal led.,. Wiihlp. VACANCY
Maria Florida atanua I ...rrl.... huh .. .. iraduata wMul kvallakla tar lamadlawoorupaner Call .('-'308. Rlitin'a Pt'.. we have a large stock of CUT
I aa aanailant aarrlaataUaa
raduoa* up u .1 .. ..... Plans 5514405.OIAPAOEI6711A2NT1. oa B PlarMa A.... 1.4Wosh doss Mark.!. 4 mIMi Martk mHianwar
... si2F.: WAIITWi NIICHANIO. DInsI mdssostir. PalaitU I..III."ID.nl.1I ci.UHIOAPPLXS. are
CARNBQIB 'Mu. lair' )
AD roar takaiand abaptar far fun' ? ..1... (91M BalBt ........, .o..r. hsu.. ..,.vu.. acbool tralolni and Sum,. lr.uhlriok eM ,the mood to trade. Your :
on' taUovuhlp N.w ...<).nua n. 10. MarrM man wlUi. ..rnd lIse 5.5.01 1.... .9.0550. PhaSe .....d _... aoallabla) for 15.1 _I.". LIon.. WsIt.h. Pso'Tuop,0 TIME.
..... .. Call ,,'.un a s ... Chan a.. 11_ wlttt leaditiarartar ,1.01 W.I. 5-4511 Sr .,... '.0. ...1111.. .......... par lurtbardatalla Hshws) (0 noarr I onl, motorcycle Is a valuable I .
Mal er vrlt '.0. ... 17UMrm. ..I....,.... Far ....... Bay lions aaalatt Hiimala IMpraaaatlva down payment. Move up to I
L.uk.Iiiid.i..ol. nOr Mil IOU -4941 5 10 9 PM R. H. Btawltr ar 0. ACoppalana 76 Undstaplng .
4 SaliimtHOommimlal at T>mpa duulet (I.floa smooth riding: now. New rent with Classified Adi. .
.' SLIP 0.... Iha.. 201 You will find I complete PMT: CONTROL wrvlr ..1.! asj-0 31, Tampa, HARDY SOD
CO. and used and
CIottlnu' ....04. '.-10'1'. Dr.. p... Kiptrlanca halpful' National PART-TIM. I motorcycles
DIAL _..,It'.. .lip aaoarawtflaa orianlBMtoit, '.ue. Tarmlcampanr ar.. roli.tims30ji4. OROCKHV AND aiarkrt. LakrlaadTlelnltr HMlUir LAws Oraaaaa scooters $99 Financing arranged Room. apartment house
10 .II
..... 'are 'adu.I.1 loll Oroaurd ISOO.OCX< InIMJ .
\ aurtalna. oarala. II. tin of nlD m 04. blurs.dli. _..... war FREE 1'STiMA"TIIn
.. noa and UulallaUoa Hun.Ir I dependable Siioaup. .111I ..... Pralir rims and Soil ....In.. Wriu complete service
i .. aamplaa W chooM from ...... Raplr 5spsr" 1... latter CoaunUaion anlr. Boa ....M. Lataland Led.... N 011100' IoIU 8.11181 and part stock guaranteed store Want Ads bring

lOTO INSDIUNCB, bad an atUttnt FARM EQUIPMENT Lawton Braihora Janitar Buppir. S COiN L.uadrMo. to ._.... IIdolor. ft Polk
service firms In Classified Tree County
... yr.urrnr.P tlihtnonUu SALESMAN P. -. Sos 70351. Orlando "0'''. .. Iloslissi loc.Uo" tote Surgery Harley-Davld- tenants fast Dial MU
M par CaU MO .-*... I 118nO. John t, Innnan Hwl- TRIP: lUHOEnr fullr lnuaraataad ion. 1043 New Tampa High. you
Alt I9-4J. Kxp.rl ua4 In wlllnttractora 10. .....101. trea ramaval, &sk
MU6-1151 .01.INCOMiTAZ sod .ffirIPuI.I r.WriiS.MU' 1.3095.CUSTOM tiara.."'I today under "Busi and, tre. MUlpmtnt in. REAL ESTATE bout (roe Palm r....... Utdarlunwrr way. MU 64716.CLLISIPSID 8-1151,
Polk Count talarir and aoinmla.lon i .Hl-4&BJ,
MAPS draparIM, kMIprvada. TraruDonallcm furnlah.dPhoiw
allpoovara Praa aatlmataan 1 ness Services.* K.n Hoffman CY J5J. WANTEDTO OHOY' PRUI,0D. .1..... 0.1.
Pour ho.... aamplea .a Oh.... far interview Hutehlnaoa TYaatorOompaBt. SALESMAN 105.5 piIsb.d .Im..d. .m..d DISPLAY
__nHunn ,rom. Call ...... Pur.... MU S. Wlnur H..... I Voon.nd I'" ..lIm...... Noibsonpda.)53sitrrbpna54ind __ DISPLAY ClASSIPIaD
Mel. BUY "
Man between ages 20 s 30 R... lessOr for II..-.'.. lalaa-
"man. Wa buys llatlnia and auan INSTRUCTION I 1964 Ford Falcon two door. Convenience
familiar with Florida con .....> plua a down Mrs looaI. LIQUOR LICENSE
""Do 14 Schools accessory Whit. with blue Inferior.
sumer finance law with I

When You Need A service obligation fulfilled. Movable Polk County, .lodorn FLOI\IOA"bragtr LAItOPOF achool, mid tak.land os.1 mileage Factory fresh only. (built In January) Delivery .

Excellent opportunity for L. (Shorty) Palmer Packsge. Advise best cash B.autp 0011.... Ill B. Plua HLComplatalr .
interested In his fu. : ramodoM air aondl.Uon.d
man LMLA price. Reply to ampla parkin. MU B-4BU I 1899
804 South Tin,, Arfinua
ture. Full employe benefit Phona MU I-H71 liMp1y: : puunh.dsp and
and chance for advancement KM. MU 4J30 Box F-223 nl.bt ....., FOr, plac.rn.nl $199 down-$55.55 month
prompt ("..it U a. T..... A>.. Pk. Lat) rvlra. .... .." II........ I..". per
BUSINESS SERVICEUSE with one of the Mia '... ... LaHa Wlra 'a4))"BBooka .I
c/o Lakeland Ledger
South's leading finance com IP5CZAL THIS mostl ..'", Cam Frank Foster Motor Sales
ALaWMAM WANTED fop horn.. ..... IssutIola, (;0...., uao.
panics Please reply in own lIsia.rr) sir 95->u. OomnHuionipanr and Mobs. iMludad Par M
toBOX oils .. nonallU, ho.pllali roll seaS. Contact Colnnlal B.au.tr 1111 East Mo In
.0151. sPsuS Ills. lo.Idsl sad Bahaol 911 moth Plorlda A
THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE F223LkICELAND h.oIU1. Apply BurU.n'i 1>." ". 44 au>. Lakaland Phona MU 9-lflll. Phone 68M235
I>.k. Wrr) 11,10.. YOUll{ CI.ASIlFi1iV I

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS land OOUNTBH McDonald: MAN.wanted kill i-4887.at 1.1.Cpottunltr ... SB Work Wanted

far admnotmant.ad .

Ace..ntont..kh.pl" Furniture WA TiP7"\Vo DwORKIiC: I.i 110AC1I)1 V.OIlK ........d M".. [
subs basl ID Isis shop 0" .1...- In. and dlaclni Na* "Ul_....
RRIDM B.., "...olln.. p'I.... wars ....It. Vi'I. Do. 555. All.t.rndrls Quick ....1... Call far r... anillataa .
I.o"lbl.CO" .TAX......;. boo.kNln.,"po,,", A'; .111 N.\.h..'. .....I.u... ...... ....
11555.5 RarkUopinl 55,01,0pa. N054T1ANMOTULN will hoar 3J
203.504 Vanl. slr A. oap.ri.st.ddisMIsu.obsnls. oMIdraa' in r.r homo. LartaplaraK -
'5,:,: Oau.0000 lamp Pip.iikik5PtM.Nflli Cuparltnoad (a* nMhanll. for Ii. 18 sad "*"* ""*. FOam. that the Ledger Want Ads
IAd. I- Irueka.anrlc .

a.palrs I.mr pSrts std rsIr Isporinl tk>rk and part man.ExprrlMMd ALTERING. ZIPPERB r.pli nod.: will sell your unused
_ _ studlOO. IIIot PaulO OrISOn Ar.vy0.A 0 505010 50111 511 blsds' Mie.
truck tire rtpalrmanYouni Nuua., ,,,, dl Nonialk Coals. -LiGHT- -MIDIUM- HUVYTRUCK
.. .
roRIo& 'TARTlR 0 nu. NU 5-4031 frluISrSnraa.irousdrrdlnIoro arowlni companr wills opponunlir > XPtRIENCKU 1-APKRHANOKR: household I ten I' fast'

lor to. riiht man ..d Cavil ....
.: :... .. Miring & Storags Writ or tall Mr. R.... (or a*> ua II.' ."' hIs 111054 Prt.nl.. ."lMdtreorkLor >.. Check your borne now

:: =.:,;. : : koll ':.. ALW&D OAS 1.10" fur I..I ..... Dolnlmant ADS LakiUnd. HoutaI 1t21337.WARHINU"PAINflNQ. TOWN
p I Boa 109. or lib..... MU 141(1WISHING .
.... YlorIdI I.. .. .,. 1..011 ...bDU. In"Ior, then call MU 6-11S1 to
0..1. stat South .. JDo.. A..1. NUa : sdIcIIAJID.s .51001,. ysol. 1_ ..llsysps,
.12-1801. :.nnOlltl. W.IITEDI Malt: ...,.., .... aauinabla P',.... MU .-.113. MU
.11I11 10 do .11 usual sr5..rrpark. place a buyer-getting ad.
UIIIOOIUTKR: .. ..... '.lOla. Turnman
Piro dsp 5,2 Coli
:::':" 11G2IIsIuIIS4BtOSO'P '. Organs.Planos itlodism.lpm. WOULD LIKE .5000 Mr work MU 8-1151. SPECIALS! !
.12.03&. PYXiZIAN! .rls0IO1WldYi.... and .lsmi5hl. JIss.onebio. IIU a2174. .
oils pinaor. lfih.st iialItO 1 50111URCm
8. ou'.. IOU'nl lb. most y s sa'IA PMrI.rut. : I-- CLAISIPIUD O'"LAV I I"A".D'' OII LAV ,
'0. .,.I' b.I..ln'I '0" d. .....". ...._
to 0....... a.rVioS Cta'''. .
9250.00: WILL BUY .
Pluniling Ispaim.quipmSat -
:: 1959 Pontiac Bonnerllle 'four door station '
Is 01 dSMrmlQias Fpl15.51M'gojj030jIn. 54 DODGE Pickup
.5500 00,015. Y., rUsS ... roaM,'.. D.r S1 "'.b'. 50 rolguar- 5 ... .... -ar wagon. Whir with burgundy leather uphol '
.sl,5slulbl., SAN 0..... ........ ........t. Pbsi s 555-lOSS sr IIU' Air conditioned full 55 INTERNATIONAL pickup
and All
_, 0' 011 ... 'D. ho. 862-""' FOR A BOAT? stery. power. '
'':. :: I1 : original in every respect. 52 FORD F.7 long wheel l bale 2 ton
'P.501 iad.
3233 I rsn.PrSIr Printing
Avis Slit CIVII'I I'OR ALl. ,our ..IIIU.. ":. 1199 59 VOLKSWAGEN Pickup
;r': : )3z'IflIiSarlpblas. .. well '
r.1I M17 1-400.. Co..olal wishing wont makeIt 51 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton.
..... ... '
a..1 D AUTO _I c"v.:: .... C".... ....,.;a.to.ha. so-but daisMed ads $199 down-$49.99 month
.1... n..... .. I..to'o... .... per
will. Turn to oi.ta for
Pu.. 01.'n Phou NO t '81. a.dlat.r hrvlcsIildin '
S.I," in today's Clans- 8105.00 WILL IIUY..s .
ittP$ rsdua.' oarks.loisIss. Frank Foster Motor Sales
r.a.riaf, .rllidIIa.. : fled section to find Just '58 DODGE Panel. Real good.
CONIITICnON ...dd,'. 150115(0 550,1. Nil the right one.
OZNPUAL 1111 East Main '
Paris ...4IU...... Cuotlia ,.bbisSMnlds30r. "' 181. 59 FORD Pickup
) sstriar dsaaruUnS RADIATOR LOOMS _In.. ..err. Phone 683-1235 '
...... and ..odora ....U.. bildIar. Sri 010.1... SlOt SantO CAaIPtID DISPLAY 55 FORD s/4 ton stake body
P05)155 s.d .,dl.... Pr.. ..U. PloPid. 10 ...n Is IA1.lnnd. ,
m.100. .u.r ..'''.DIt. Col' lidPasmrsbls. MarS R..I_ 'or'". 56 FORD Pickup
3.ao. PIlls ..alr_... Loc-oI .... Chryroirti, 12 ry2riolSrnoWr. '
LIronard SOd bardad, 56 WHITE WC 22SI09.00

CAPPINlIP. $l.OCIC. sri 1,1.0 hal ktute REAL ESTATE AUCTION
.0'" p1,011. '00"" ..orol ... HOTn.8T BUBINESS bin.p510 .. oa

P1..asia. .0 -1..0 t"a.f; : ,.laitlarurd, '''Sri..o1:.= 'S tj7% : WILL JEllY .

Corp.tln stunts p.nli'. ...
,'M'oU'b I If" SATURDAY, FEB. -10:30 A.M. '61 CHEVROLET Corvan. Reol nice.

: I.oP :r....... ,::; I.eflsg ;: I '60 FORD Ranchero. Clean. Painted

Fyi yyaa 2-Oil) RU'Ala ThAT lonlo rUGI. Fo.s I '
...Im..... Plans ........ .r 3019 WOODLAND HILLS 61 FORD Ranch.ro

Pisces .A..I6Ia..ot .u..n.LIr.__. ........10... All II I '51 INTERNATIONAL R185. Reconditioned engine.

: I : ::..,:: ;.. :i, Swimming ...11 (CLEVELAND HEIGHTS ''59 CHEVROLET 70, air equipped tractor .. i

:' ':"'i.roi.: ::..:: .''.;: ::::.. .1. ::, ::;. = .::: ''I '59 CHEVROLET 1 ton, utility

."A Pr.. ..1110.'" IOUpm., .... 11'.11. 'lOa 154 01.01. 2 master bedrooms, large closets, extra large living room 60 FORD /a ton pickup.

Income Tax Nfl .-1111\8 and nice kitchen with '56 GMC diesel tractor.
TV Repairs dining area, ample cabinets,

INCOME TAX REPM0002F.4" ... 4.PriD: broken tile screen porch, nice tile both, extra closets,

$5 and up ,..".. nlth'" M17 l-en7 95,000 Stt.OOO -
automatic floor furnace beautiful ook floors Venetian
H & R Block Co. 'Uph.Istsrlsg I '56 DIAMOND T diesel!, tilt cab.

,. A IlL to I .IlL AIOIIEIH QO.LITY .ok .. 101... blinds and and beautifully
Wields S drapes. Carport utility room. Large '
,. till' 61 FORD F-1000 full
Sall A .u. S II I ... PuIbia ... Pith' 5 tractor equipped.

108 West Walnut St =1tI::..: :.". :':: ;= landscaped lot, ((90' x 135') On sewer. Nice '62 FORD F-950, like new. II

Phone 68&-1958 ;::z. t;' :01 lIoIIIDl..o,1oIIV.II.tlall .
shade, lawn, fruit trees, and shrubbery. Near church, 57 MACK B61 diesel

Blinds '54 MACK diesel tandem

USI UDGf/t school, Southgate Shopping Center and but line. Excel '
c-gncAL. A II 1) o""D'.I. 58 DIAMOND T tilt cab. NH220.
....ur..I1..... _.,.... aksa.d.CLASSI1IE .
ADS ::: i.Al-::_ .:tUr: lent financing. Plan now to be there. 20% deposit required Stveral other gas and diesel actors fit this class./

at time of sale. EL1107H.



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204 S. Tenn. Ave. LMLA Phone MU 2-5173 TOWN

ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDLAKELAND (Next to S. Tenn. Ave. Parking Lot) 1:81: W


LEDGER 1430 W. Memorial Bird. Phone MU 6-2159

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MERCHANDISE I--niw- i l s-se viu. iioq NOT rV8 HEARD Of VOUH UHOI TW '

; MERCHANDISE r4cRdDOLI 77T AH D g..r' COINFCRNAU.V RSMtjrm Vl BQO& NATIVE* BPE C HW lOAM WITH 129 fsml.hsd ApBtlmtnTtONB 139 UnfurnlthtJ Ho.u

. ;: 97: Article. For SuteMc.AUCTION 97 Article$ fsr isle-Mite. e G19TLE1wMUuRLP4c1,* I. AND WAccseeiDLB, WTD/ RCVGRCttCel I W H8 A MACUaflH.OR CLOt /, = HOM MHCrW. IS pLucncu I I HAVE MAO HIM HERE OLD u19Cl.vTi A HOLY MONPERH P LNOi soUlless I..u. _. ...-.all. sumS oDd "lIorator 'uroled. UOOItloo.t1OD
FROM THS HEART A HOURS IN6TEAD MOW ROM, TW8 ._1'. ClotS Ibslty. 500-4035. on pens Rood, 005
THIS f .
WEEKIS .. tenant, M3M
HCONLVMV ...nla. r>rm nt
DEUVEBEO HERB INfS9\ F PIIIHAP8P I TRENDS UNCLE, .. newly decoraUd on 4021
Friday Kites Only AVERY MODERN: dunlen, tw. Oft
SPECIALS ? CEMTURIESf HOW KUM block front eolli.it. tot a month *
7;30 P.M.w. WIBSAND Ml Baet: LoilniMD Call SS.isos .TCI* lurnlahed or ..nlurnlehedilerlrle .
Ret. (7 .! till lInoleum 14.,.' HUMBLE KOU.I solon S p..... bllchin Al.. .m.lI. clean,
WMtilnf prlrIMM
bur or .u for poe ouMttaller
Rt (21 (0 sos
aprtni orInnenpnni TOIlS ROOMS furnlaned, (Ulel P.slsrOO,55. OiJ-M40 or
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION mattrau (II private, aoo Aleo .100.... two bedroom .
I.,trie best (reaaer $12S5 CopIes, ''11. AdulU. to*. 813-.1101> __ _ _
CENTER Mini student De.k* 021.50 01" TORTS IEDROOM .,ih srparL
I3.S U. I. tt But Rei tat SO 4 Plane loam eueotlonala .007 Mlllib Msuos.SusnUI. n.
. . (1<(... UO Fsritithsd leases month Coot Brown. MO .1111 _
Oad bedroom ultM oonpleieRamlMtan -
(M... OKB ROOM 001..... klooh. .t.Ie. TWO JlItDROO" bDO" S4S a
POLY FOAM RUBBER .un ibelU M >0 Se ;; prl>at. let.. Trailer ipaea free to moods 515 NOrth Feftost Avenue.GUAM .
OUTLET. Good luad TV* .. .. S4*.96 ..u.... keep lako clean. SMM4I NIl .n34..

1 lot paint vAlue U (7new I' FIVE ROOMS. .....nod porchi : TWO biuwalow moderneoinnlmu
We Cut It Any Size I (211 (.. .1 aomfortablo. Adult Prod *!OM> In. (M monuiW ,
Call MU 12044: Ooad dinette MU .. KM. uOood .. '.r.... Dllleland 1011 SouthTennaMM ApIOP .13 WOOl .Im.lto. Olrl'rt..
need atorat and refri*. after 4:90oe .
POLK TRADING MART orator. .. .. .. (4.10... 140 .ntiJ Te Root Mttc.PIlCFIUiBlONAL .
o.* aw y. e> cut Ale UUM Mock ft PlumbUK an' I 1 5554 .bborbood. till both..oma5055ls. NEIID souslursbum.
AIIO two ossufantAll.does.ilre RoD' .r 101.0 .Ith per.r
ROW OOOFY can .. I.tr W'II PolF Hardware Foam. Bed PUloW . (1.aWE 102 LIstbInj'WU4TZR 103 furnltsire t Appltenc 101 PI.... A Mvikel 11IIt.:, 116 Avtsmeblle fee Sale i 121 Mobile Homes _rt..nlo. ...-'100'I.1 ._... Clark .501(0. e0I0

ta ..11 carpet from (t.I* .... BODuPont PAY TOP PRICES COurous lofi.ts and TV' IIAROAINS.nempletelr! r. OKI AHTlQCB: up.l.I.t .riaLonnall FOR SAL:. 'II .or.u" 5 .._ WILL TOADS 11 for h..1j..U.ot TWO BBDROON: lurnlobed bum..
nylon MM per .0... n.. 0,50155 d.110_ ropsl bull and maranued .3SM anup 5... SO* SeatS FloridAeonuo eenver wacon. ... motor baur or -.1I.lane dry .\. Llihte CI > In lie Dorm Andaraoaeo NJIIDBD: : .IVERALo stiasoUvSSom.o
yard Scatter rut In itandardHIM For Good Used Furniture blue efiont dr_ IIIU d'IfHI. .. Pro. in.tallatton. AI.," MU 1-11.1 radio automatic. lull powerPrloed sod water Term Blank 1S3 month Call MU '_SO. flI 55w _Idonto. A. 5.010,1'OW .
and ._laI out t* pour and Appllancea 103 fHrnltvre A Lakelands Bert ..u.. Is new or lo Mil. 139: DUI Street 11.1111. 05.14 UM00ISII1D HoUos. 11\0.110" dU-31&.
ApplleBtes NEW YAMAHA Oboup snssd pl.11I0.
dlnenilon Including) round sod I.IZ'NII-I
need TV M NIt. Si Day TT 1330Au..d. :
1M2 COBVAIR Monaa Pour.
...aiI.pI.Rut.... Pabrlo wiving. don In our CALL MU 3-2044 v ACUUN CLL\N&Ra "b..u. noesdblbouod .. ... --. Open till tpm 00 rod 5'l"_domo..tor.. ".311I IIml...Dm555.sIlly _. peed. radio. .....ter. (lumen air. UTTLB 13 to ir BEAVER OMtelto: .tram Travel trailer Trill. 0133.'one's. si 50515 i REAL ESTATE
own claarano al .
50044170.EFRloLRAroRS. .
cow. lapuirs. .... ono iwoer MuSs an alter SUPONT1AO .. .
Oullneat Sac POLK TRADING t= Arih.r 591,55. .nl1. or Hanndal Bird Winter Baron ,
pop yard. blurS All C001017100032 .5. bodruu.0oodorS
Ursa.tb.id 1.6.4. 3531 524. I
: W A B H S B .. 1930001.OWIOOIS tots
Mobile Horns
end 143
whltaprint at
30e wavan MART loom .1t.I.b. BIId.. NV $4257.BADCOCK'S olean carport and vUlltiPrlrat
beatera air _.ltIo_ HEAR '
plildi at J. PinS at* All 11 air conditioned .
c auellty mill TRANSFERRED: Idabia. us Beta. UtnTlnilrwood
0591 at a eirtnu to lit youbudiet US. H.,. SI Bait: .lake* repaired. ......... expeirrle .. NEW LOWREY power ....rln.. brake. automatic. oil (1 1 10 Reial. located mut 101 BEAUTIFUL loAROK SItaIP Isi
end worm t rid* out .. *. So* n* Ion .ood u'ed .... TIlE adlo, heaur 19145 "01 Pontlatconi II Po Street oordoni Mobil I ('or triilir on tak Pirker. *>pHe >
O C Hamilton Fabric., New 99 Beats Motors Supplle* llanoe your telrlnator led WITH AUTOIIIATICOIlCIUtsTRA >ert4kla, tlB(. Both ....II.nl Park 48...f3o. 131 for Rent Wlwelloniou Tank 'at.. sad lotrlo. rhMI4B97 .
Did City Hllhwey I illS mile AT* .**|... nelr None dealer mi* .> Day TT.A. CONTROL HW-4CM1. .
pIlls_. 13M Auburndale Bd YOU PLAT a one-Hot melodwiui 1MI 47.10 ...1, urnUhed mobll
portS of Intent at* 4. F1l>UNO BOATS etBoupddlebordi U.., SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN .. PLYMOUTH BKLVEOIHI: IU7V4 C O U MI &CUL UttUlDKimAlurnl.hed TRAILER OWKEWi: you'U njo,
and .
WU 5-5170. your rltht bind automaucally home with awclni. waihlu
canon .a Iboata.paddleblku .' I ma.chin or nfurnlihed rentaia lot U Lak.
AUTOMATIC WASHER.: atudl your ne-noto melod Loaded, sOaaplIoSSblp.10.5.top and manr OUier eitraa 1I00n. .n P our..s
ouch" lawnmower. DI.tt...... and outboard trailer.*.. CLEARANCESALE become a lull ..ho"100" necbanlcally 40a Wait Olyanie Reaeonaklr prloed Phon MS Mel Rudy Boallor. 1BIT Bait Me- woOd Trillw B: tatM, Tw
.print*, dlthM' inrden tuna' Coetelloi, Rivudala Winter WE BUY 915 from the very flret notol. 11I2.1.13. 1'rOfI mortal Bird 000.4107 anrtlm. block Jut .( tak Parktr 0Jun51.
other houeehold Itemi. 5520110VOID yrn 003.5053. .". RUIPLAY WI I'INANC&: Y.or '''dl0 TWO BEDROOM: trailer with 1\rIot. lart k>u. pavatrMt.

: rURNITURB: bur. tradeMU 27 COOT Chrlt Cralb Owls MSS .. UP TO ALLOWANCB&10'MtAD..11e SELL THE MAlay beautiful alrlcion SOW ..od. Low DO 550 d.... SussIolosUssd 122 Mobil Homes WontidTRAILM .. ..mod patio Baitaid: location r trlcUd. .unilwtrounitllUM .
depth recorder trade aSp dUplaylCANNON Follow .11ft.! B Bdwar:
C..., ._. Prl"to lao All muitle furnlined
at ,zoo Coohran strut or I 313 Mamma. PO Bol 4. Ay_.... pool TOUR OLD BBOROOMTJP : TRADE MUSIC CO. iWANTIID: : under el 000.Sbus. MU ,...." Holto.tr It. Realtor.4IWI 5510334I
North W.buh A....... MU dal. WO '.3.... TO tit 'Os ORD ralrlano MO V-*. tour ToIO"" 12n. WriSt .tttt
4-0020. W* sits Tip Value TBADI-Dt ALLOWANCB G-O-O-D 301 B. Florida Ar*. ttl-tl door radio heeler whit W.II l Jim O."D .alo 105 .roadw" 133 MobIle Hemti Sal.
.ump. *. 10 PLYWOOD boat, ood oonduon ION TOUR OLD LIViNG ROOM Open mday IrenlSBVEJUI. .. Urea. air oosdltloned. automaticanimlMlon T.m.... 144 Acreage, Lets fir
CLOTHK8UNB May: la 11._*. With oaruprarrlrra USED ... (411. not HOUr CUAN MODERN lutnUbed' bouM.trallera .
POSlaV treatl .boll too Mt '-4/JO/ VT TO see : : BEAUIWUI uaed Bpllanoa LAKilJ.AND HIOIiLAIIDS 001.011n.uOS.stlsI
reduced. I.. end 3" complete! TRADI.IN ALLOWANCB .0 from '31. ..... **. Rood. 124 Tracks, Trailers I otla.ea. Oood llrlnoondltloni bas.s.Itoa. 00 P51,555lone.
9.10.4. 41 orouarm with a FOR VOUR OLD ATPLIAMCBDP Ins good medium KM yprantpiano IM3 FORD Oalaila too four door OtllltU furnished CIte ...,. c.u R000sbIlls.
hook MM ond U 1.10 pair. 100 Elda. Material, Etc. TO SIS FuRNITUREWARNOCK S 121 *..... Baby .Orao hardtop rower .......... Cnilee- Isle FORD Van trocll. So .Ii Bue (ll>0-414..a weekly SS3Phone > 05511. 5530030..nIvI .
Horn delivery '0o phone essI10C TRAD!.IN ALLOW A IICB piano am ...... ..... ., K4 o-Miti drive radio ........ Par 3500 P50w Tm.po .lIbw. tootS'sTrsdbee 3517. '
4 .n
,. ACRe SF5050
WaUord Pot
Manufacturing .
SOUlS FloridaIH egultr. tak* IIP parmenla. euens
VOR YOUR OLD DINBTTB I 10' TRAn.BR: wiUl os.s sand M.I Rdp stasllon lln
PUBLIC NOTICB, Tho (ollowlnewlns .i OVERSTOCK SEE THE SENSATIONAL FURNITURE Wanted nUtcellaneeuAB11 1M1 M TON pickup. Btirlillnt '......n. Adullo. till wsskly or month i. mmerlal Bl,d. MU t4107OIB8OH .
machine rol.,, Ford 'so monthly MTT d-OOM
fur lale FI.H1ItG AGOIf. 1963 bard Stan.U..5 OrKlnal wner Bxoellen .
Automatic ax au port."*. BUILDING VALUES ft !=: rOB your iwued IteuT. ...oD. Good Dod,. motor condition. Raaaonablo. S2-433S PARK. AtUacUri Ilk*
.41 72. Sinter automatic portabletut : Appliance ExchangeMU "u s-nn. and ... 110 Call Sl laoo. after 0 ...... 134 Mobile Mom. Lets TI.. 1o... Ur.. wooded s1149_with
.72 Neochl pbs> .... automatic Dlecontlnued floor ..m l.. 22222: Lakeland LAKE : ..... .n. ..... ID. uooa .......
COIMI. tilt Ternu MATERIALS Special ''''10.. 'ur.h.... WANTED: IMIoOtDIATBLY.: Rot.II'I PRIVATI OWNER.: 1000 Valiant 11 CIOLVI,13L17' ,1..... Ion subs.LOS. : BONNY Four BUr Mobil' chops MU 3.3137THREC avallabl* 1'.", ,, aloea-ovu 302: Memorial Blvd bed. P-.os&bls.. P00005 NU 1004 ahap. law 11I11_*. "50 OpW. N.tll laOs ....1.... Homo Park New I...... lots InLakeland.
010 DOWN d.II.... any lIo1D'roo. I 1-0043. Call alter e 30 .pm. MU S.7I7I. Cell IIIU ,."". HUH and dry Municipal EXCLUSIVE CONVENIENT: Iota
: Asbestos sldine. In ... 140- depth
: HP electric motor. Ilk olectrl. water and eewermotor II... 130 .DDI.
new honshu elarter Prloed tot .. U CUBIO toot Amana Ireoaer7S .. WANTBD: : WOO Lsthe sandtholer. 111IIO PLYMOUTH Solid motor 125 11110.BCHOOL .... bu. llnea. Block to. aiot Bawthoraa Trail SOil Lak
uck sobs. Call MU .--47.4. colors balance on 5)5 DOWN d.ll...I any appllanot I" Portable TV 14". S3* If DoooIPtIoI sod 5.100. and body and lood tire. *12t333t new Oror Park Shopping Con. IlulIl,...ar 15. ...-..".
1 hand ....... .. .. $10 sq oil DOWN dellnr any bedroom Motorola TV ooneol, .". Motorola 11r. 1.1tot'. Jolts R. Au.tln. Oau- south nor ma. saa-ojji BUSKS" 'or 60"do.... tar Oood lake Jlehlnt and bass.ins. -
t WALNUT DININO table. tt DOWN 4.2,51.5'p dlneti ..,. Wlo' CHOice BUILDING .110. 5500
S .h.lft.'uf.t. Stereo ooneole S100. all Inicod oral Doll' 015,00 Omoll ..
551. u.o lI.rth CraI ,
118S CHBVIIOLBT: ... d_. 1597 bard, 1M4 Chern, (SI Cler
V4Oll0Sl behind IBM
Oik dinette lealherau worklnt oondlUon and f* 14o dlraotir
40 Gal Penn quality latex ... The** BpMlal Value 1163 0500 1(3 l..torn.U.nll. \ Lak. D,.... MU l-t73. .
1010555115 .
.....\o/Ied their .tnthlnetu .Ir.. ..Dent pbyalcal appearance. MU AUTOMOTIVE ttsaS55l.5lO. lend Hel.hM BId Call MU .
pun .... MU 3-4ma. flat wall paint. ., 6..sell """". .hlto 01110.11' snous aDd 1005 PlnelIlp ..i.cn. CallRENTALS 8d2.SRU DIXIE MOBIL Park 4UO Mew oeai MUM4TOLAND .
.hllo. ....anl. Tampa Hlob..,. Lara dry low
81 TV (36i retrlsirator .a6. Pastel green .. $U5 gal W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Main s'F4ta BED Walnut ilnlah 16 Autotiiebllst Per Sale Municipal meter DUNCAN HItlGRTI Ls5obsndHIaSlinds.
nwert. talephono -
IUU CHBYBLIB: Wlnd_. Pairndltlos. bond road
ood air oondttloner SOOn oU bookcae* footboard on. 5110
,........ at, *.. itovo. ttti PA :2" x 23" Rockwool osI null.. 1I'I;\ .)63 CHIVY U. lIt condltloneautomalle 1320 HartMU Arenutafter 553.1575. 7W5 51455. hl.1I1 1..ld.DUI1. ....
intern. (30, lawnmoweri. ... Ito.. and WarebouanMu tranimlailon radleater .. S. 128 Buslneit loeei fIr Rent TRAILER SPACC on lUstrous 800. ....1121.
... Insulation .. .. 4c ft. berry. Florida tinted .1.... II4M. Call
.. and part. all lor SlOb ode- ... IN PORO Palrlan lot Oood TUhlni beach for your _
: .
or. Slob' checkwriter, tia U' Mulberry Store BournS I II 104 (I.., Oil, f.et.IPROPAN& 11I"143.liS' 1551.1. V-S. Mo radio BUILDINO BARTO IdliAws, boat. Winter Haven. a.3- 6H. BUY-1010 aor Mmlrlear41 .
tort Oik Phon MU 0-0257. Homosote bed boards m. to f p.n. dally, silo automaUc 7000lla Ion ron, Sr 1_. P50.5.' NVeolM pin land * eon eArs
until s aAa for nootbo.. b..t.- CHIIVROLBT: : ND..04 W"OD *. ToSs *rr pejrm.nu. ."... .- o. MO 5-1170 1344 .... cittle ranch enced and
lov'e DESK: TonD..... m." .. IxS .. .... .. ...... $4.20 Open All Day Wedneiday ny hot waur Irrliatlon Indue- 4.15,5. Law ..11_. rUD' IIId o. each. lot Colorado alter I. MOBILE LIVINGAT ..... ......ed. Corral and loadln
.5,75 sod oondlUon Call MU t- Over so swoHat etorei aarrloi trial uoo. call 4-3MI, ('p's 155.uisI 'oolu new All power, tinted slaaaair h. ... Itt PLYMOUTH wlUi radio and 129 FanilintJ AportmdiH .bu.... tn ear so,.. to acruonlr
1930 between t and 7pmUTILITY conditioned radls and eer .s8oo. 111011 down 300 ..r...
Russwln Interior lockset norldaUtelind Oa Servo 1331 Hwtuburndala and ,.. ... MO 9.4135'P h eater. Only liat MIS Soul ITS BEST
nam .'Idftt"ROObts 'un. CIMI. onlr $00,000.
aid .Ib. M hd (
OIl APARTMeNT: als ... .00". ..... ...... $1.00 ea. AHMUI Store HlybwayIPS MU '...1.. Florida. WJ-033J. .5.4. Twe tiapon. 5115 ID.... .tS a.000 acm o (our mile tram C,.
110. 00. O.Dorai II:100trl.: stayS. SIS Mo. Florida A... 60 RAMBUCR: American Why not Ilr* at s four tar ...rk' ..
I 57 CRIIVROLI1': 0... .Dor. Sub.'p two door led 5115. NV 53390.P001510550 on... Oardeu U 51.5.1pfrostoSs
110.MU 'O..?lIIIo.small 3.191.r. ... Interior white pine Badcock WIll Trail YOU Rlibl" Jewelry SOubppod, s.d ..ndIU.n. C.11 atlck *vrdrlv.. SOW Urea. A.1 oa uturDI."ad. prOVII. city on s type lively eeweri lakef One Tina w drlnklniwater at hai only *'11IO per sIrs. BM

shutters ..... 10% OFF WI PAY caeh diamond i..oldooln. :awol' 10-B after I. SM-13M. .0,41(910. Mutt .U. oil.2100a .Ib "tr.n. 52'700 IC direct euwer comoen* mealMtrlcal R. C. Lolo or .R, t, GardnerPIVB .
TRAILFR. .. _. .
9ouapdutp. lid 5014. "IIIIDO" 511,55.r5 n .n to. ton mlnhnum bllli 01,5's 015117. JOU Sian 'D.

IM ttel At body lia excellent Lakehurit condition street Garden Stakes 50 piece :." J.wlln. los SoutS rlo. .IPn......MERCURY Load04 willa MDDloro souse. .'.'S.MU All. FALCON bat,., stIll whit*. 055 00.. NV mo,1h17.5.4445.50555'a. *0015.menu. :''l.n.Ilrlll'the.. thu Th e type* ISbn reo-5 Ph.n. "U 1-1133.

Pile 6S6-0084. HOW TO SNAREA ....7.. lack .kurket ...10. Floor Mick it ACm hlin and drr too
bundle ft. $2.00 bundle ANT.QUB BUTTONS and ( .. .hill radl, b.otor .hl. .aI.. WIIAONIAIAPARTMlNTB Purniched :1't'hR""gro.rj'VA.r.. o B.A\v.\: bedroom, modern hout hard
IP63 "ODIL!: camp ..rub..r Ills :3 I ft. $1.50 bundle. bought and aold mnerv. M IIS1 PLYMOUTH ..ttdlo... All Will tabs 11.4.. dO LITIDSIfb15elas or annifuralihed. OnbMutlful 1 lust north sI no.4. pond, Irrl..U.n, 1550.4..
lot ton pitS op. Sos 51 11011 Nor. Miner 2M Itaaxx, Lai Alfred powsr. Ni... 3ao. o..k AnlOusIs MU a..u.lUS3 lakelronl.. 113 Ukt Uki Alfred near 1 215. :1 .n.llo.: I.nd......... tor..... PIao' ClIt.
Kathleen. MU 14070. Morton UU 3 3191MOTH. .
Tell Drl... DRUMor hone 872-1337 PORD. 0004 trsflupunIstl. ly Road. i iUS 7&2.11110.CROICII.

CRIB WITH mattreu, bathlnotte McGINNES we BUT antique clock*. watofaaa 'SI CRRVILER I..,. Ooor 554 'SI NOW tao. '"0. J331 au.1Ia .,. PVRN1H5DAPART1I1N'1'S at LOTB lako Irontawuntrr .
lealM. aefety (at*. ttroller Coaco welrr. Aloe diamond. platloum Chevrolet panel truck Both. .ood 045. .ea-033' 411 South T5115.o.e.. IIos.osbie Rooms for Rent Bom with beartni .1'.
Jumper rar xat, pottl and cot LUMBER CO. and .. .. John L Lanes, 113 idlUon. ReuonaMi. S. .T30. 19113 ...BItCtIRlI'III: ,. All !NV .186.. 0kN19 55.11.0025 bs. s.4 .> treat '1.800 .... Clara Ral
"bed IIa.l3n.011L1TV ... 70. .1...... __ POPruSb .
600 West MAIN ST. other musical Instrument lbS Lom. IPS' "G A A.I OUDC1IUOD. a.ooo mIles. SOS.73.7. : APARTMENTS ono and lore*. Oenttoman preferred, oil r. ai03i
TRAILER. (3" Ion.. JIll,' NV 1-7077. two room.. Itneni wtllltlea furniihed -, W Mainolia. MU .-..U. i BUN ACRES: thre bedroom.. Hbiut
4"1" wide. 4 1" huh eovortd n.. 107 PlumbIng Supplies I 'OS 00105005.159. All 90cc,. oIl DIsh Motel aioo Mr modern romforub4e bom
"rH. .Ita. MV 03470.ClAIsIFbsD quickly and InexpenIvelyl oedltleo.d ...... '800. .... 'eo top CORVAIR.radio heater black floor with white Uck !Tampa niihwayDESIRABLE I'I'i ROOM. dli FOR MU.'.5.0133' .' 0101,50.4.n.s /...... eleotrw Hubn Ready (orUnnedlal

DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPkAV. Montgomery Ward 5172. thllWUIlak.* trade. ... ... ATFRACTIVII.T PtJRNIIHBD: oeeupancT. *30O down
GAS lad 1 bedroteS spomtmsota. Ia.tolad LAROB ROOM for wotilne .Ir", so.>4 month For more Informa
Just look under GET A HOT WATERHEATER 1 OLDSMOBILarrieeta datlouon lines flnanclni. MU M 7JOOOD i
I1B50 Alw .U Old.mobblo 401 SoulS FIonld COos. or 10011,5 ......10. 5515. SIt-h.. \ ... call Jerrr Mardl. CY 4 1311
FROM WARDS I Mdan MsraballSprint -. ECONOMICAL work oar iJon.381?. rlvllnee. MU 3.3144 after ( 30 or Dan Win lor.. CT *-1433. WinHi 3'

ClaislflcsUon 108 Musical Have Hot Water When 737 CoIl.. 4,5,1100.,.. II DeSoto Baet Normandy S13. Can Phono... teeoII *... : BOOTHS1DE IPIrtiint 136 Rooms With Board 10. ''nACREAOB. ,

1964 DODGE FULL SIZE Dstrumeots In Classified You Need Itt! rl.'.3..Po\I.CN...1.,1nAll.k..*. Small_eoully_ vetO ..'ited, for aloe men. U only.lone. newly. .... dee MOlaeo T.I..1ott BOARD WITH |u lichee 10 '0 ....ill .....FOIl. lOOiaet sole br(t. P"..nn 1..11.rU
14-Hr Installation route lt.uonsbls. "a nrood.ss and Jun.le street ..05t'd .
Mum* monthly payment. Fhon
0555 0.. Slmnnt.L3"Unlursishit'iperts..
now 117 N. Kentucky AT 4-1331. rvrt Meade. Lak Parker Contact owner
4-Door' Sedan U7 Awtomebilei Wentsd CLEAN DOUBLE and Untie bed. M 1497 .UDI1. Shoot- Laktwood
MU 2-5103 ilectrle bltohen. Oil heater. prl .

T-Flit fat* bath ytaeonabl rent 104 \\oio UUPLEX. 1411.. .
3-Speed Trans. lSOuoS Is.both.
call MU s-3>ea.
THREE ROOMS central location *. Telephone MO 5-0255.
Custom heater Cr defroster, push button PAY CAn for Slokap (plunk or Clean halted. electric kitchen 40 acres mostly In young
19(2 Olds "88" four door sedan. Light ann Under 'n .1Id.1. FI_. .... I prlvst. parkins. Adult snly toO UPSTAIRS. Dllleland. No
transistor radio, plus other fine I MU 31154.Wa ..2-11101. peta adulla or one child Pin grove I acre lake. Only
many green with While top and matching In PENNIESbring 'ooma Mar torw, churohe*. (u.
features standard PAY II' u. for jOhll 5510.P005 UPPER TWO .....'-.. 11,150rust. 3045. $450 per acre Termi
at tquipment. terior. Air conditioned power steering pick .... Tonkll' 1o.. s.d 511,5. both .04r .110. LINCOLN
M.\aI. IDO. .2-nn.. N.., ....tree. bue. Adult. Sia6747RIAL COOP.T Apartmente 80 Beret top grade pasture -
power brakes. This car sold for $4)62. Our Lakeland, Inert for colored people
week customer to your CASH IN a fie*. car or ....kll.. NICE upper Tw* adul North Lincoln and wet Tuiitr nd-paving. f US: : per acre
price i ">a or older Call taauo Wild Moos. sue to appreciate. After 5 MU 54454.1VFMO..
Sill Ko.ord. Bruce Trimmer 1144 Oakhlll_ I 80 acres short run North.

$237900BUNKER 1999 door when you use Classified !. DUPLEX: SOUTH-SIDE: upper .' Id.aI. fur.1.14.poUred' OoDOIIIOOIIloe.II.D. poron.r S166 per acre

two brdroonu. tU. bath. ahewer 00..1.. VenP 151505051. PbOD'

$199 down-$69.99 per month. ads to sell rugs and! 121 Meblle Hemti Ntar Carolina Southiat Avenue.. Adult 840 802-0011. R. M. MARLER

THREB ROOM .a.ntm.aI. &J.10oto.
rURLS ROOM furnlehed ... & SON
aparinenl. ro'rllor.lllr. wish lub.
HILL INC. Frank Foster Motor Sales floor coverings Dial MU Ih.... private, idulU. inPloyed h. lurnuhed Lomstluenesn
MONTEREY DELMAR coinle preferred Electrtwiter : Lass Morton and Kwlk CnekWorkln LMLAKealtori
loll B Main Mtf S MU
302 W. Lemon St. Lakeland Fla. 6-11511 MIRAMAR MARKVAGABOND no.0104. 1311*. ooupl preferred COons "aPriOS Lakeland Sine 1000"
1111 East Main *2Te TOWN Mctlon elm.
I : .odorD ...'''menu. Pro wiu, BRAND NEW near coUe*..
Phon 683-1235 MOBIL HOM JNIURANCS .od -..... sis North MileS cboole. TOts I* tlw SlumS two 145 Bvilntt rropsdyAIrPA21IOMWTlO0
CLAttlFllo. DISPLAY. .I A Peas.. ...-1_. bedroom apartment In Lakeland s 8 a.OWh. '.
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FOR LIGHT houMkMplm. ..(.r Oak floor, air conditioned, built .. Willie orr... John BroD.D. .
DEE'S and Ilihu furnlihed .011 nontn41S In rant. and oven. electric .. Renter. 124 Wait Main St.
kitchen Tools rind sass aeilco
MOBILE HOMES North Vermont. Chariot Border phon MU HESIOENTIAL: COMMER O I A Lnduitrlal .
THREE FURNISHED: roomi all 3-4 UO. lota, *lte> all ...... Mel
141 M Wabatbured aru 5-5005 electric kltcKen. ..... In pr .al* Rudr. Realtor IM7 B. Memorial
.ntranc*. sood ...... 113 Ban TWO BIIDROO": 4u.I. ma DI.... Bltd. 0544107.0800STOIAL .
LII,. 1.04. 11..1. redraltd' 1711 .
illJP[ 1T ? TRAILeR .ALB:8: roDIo.. mao,- nth. Leahy, owner MU 3-4341. TRACT adtolniKnit
) I50. SIOtISO. ,aria, .ur..l1. III- BACHELOR APARTMENT. CI..D.oODtrai M'tJ 2'0 .....>. approilmatelir II
bonded local and nationalanaportara. loeauoa. all uulltln and Aero Bllhwar Railroad (80.000J .
.. 4505'S. 4T10'arepa II.. hen fumlehed. nrleato parkin 139 Unfvniiikid HOUKSHolllnnworth JOhD Brennan Realtor MS-
ou I Hlibway. MU "103'. 040. 551.1101 1003.
POUR 050000505.: 'our ,.UI..
0'150' SKTUNB. Air Mndltlenedabana LAROE TWO bedroom .. fssblOiiobls 00501450 .... LISa
Adulta, no pen SS Lik*, apartment NIC. aulel and clean 160 Ctonland
Bonny Trailer Park MO .-,..*. Lam rard .11 .treeunarklni Htllhta Bird ...-..n. NllhUind RESIDENTIAL 'or
102 Horto Webster Avenue. MU week-.nda phone Winter Raen -
MOBILB HOM lor ailo W.
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trade 0 ursee thInS of .11I0.. IiireHWiy 193-1I18i collect). COMMERCIALOood
If you're wondering Mobile Home*. Ooldra APART""NT. all SODTH8IDB LOCATION noilhopplu
\ Oat Bhepptnt Center aorta. mode.. .D..I.n... 'Iro\ loan and echool thrx pod.
\l I Florida. Open S.S ..... dan Hoo' seC air odbt000u. .n roo", .. til* bath llelnf room. sm.. oornor lot at Cirvrand

whether to buy or trade weea. Olunl.lde. 510,0.5 wits Sutlaf 01s5. .......rt. sun north llmlU Florida and new. ODe.block Umentari from

,, CLASSIFIIO DISPLAY CLA05IFIID DISPLAY 471 S 505th. phu,5 MO 3-313' _001. lit on North Plorldi.

ALSO PARTLT fiunlihed I I Ibedroom. IIId H. ce home and P51111110 5051.1r .
cars let us show you 3 Mel Rudy Reali,. .Ior. 150050. ONLY $0..
,, 837 (act Memorial BId 055- &

fine selection of 1BAIlG INI .10TNPURNI8HED.

.' rooma carport, I block Mhooli.
SoulMilo MO. 3J1S Carolina
Quality, choice cars today 64-4071 or "'-'010. Brancn Office

SIx: ROOM boom suitable foi 40* B: Memorial Bird
.k ham* and office 733 Eaet Palmetto MU 0-llaS
Test drive and Phono MO "-31'.

I TWO BEDROOMS kitchen. din 146 Farms Groves, Ranches
ride selection Ini lane U>ln. and ntlllty room
your at hone M2.7242 or 44M.. (23 oil ACRB sro-a 10 7 .....
Meander. old-OS 1,511.,Is. 1130 PIsospob.trIo. .
OoIy 110.000. 5.04 torlll'
SIX ROOMS. lane bedroom.Mreaned .. Spin SobrIa.. COD" L.Rop
ports. near Lake Morton SI klt. Dick PosIt Branch Of-
i'7 Inquire 1232 Weil Olive II...
q7 Lakeland FORD Sebrlai IV S6337Route .
'64 CHIVILLI Mslibs "Svpsr S,..." with 220 V-, SEVERAL QUALITY three pad 1, Boa 314OROVB .

..fin.. .41e. ......... svrsmarls ......,, ..,-, Morrow room home, Reiltora. available, MU a..31(7 A. B., mcilly BAROAII4..5.555 ,10 aerie old.
whirs wall tlrss.i $2995 MODERN THREE kedreemi. with tood blue.. food locillon
ssy sp.c1s5 .whlD ojiachln. aonnoetlonc. North of Lakeland Call Malcolm
'61 FORD Goloxie 4-Door Sedan. '62 FALCON 4-Door. 6 standard transmission 50.4 .ol.t D.I.bbOfhood, .1"00 Tho.... evenln.. ''*.7118II wim
Crulie-O-Motic. radio cylinder, (1 PLYMOUTH Bslvodsrs' Avrsmslte troaimlS ..'-. .-.. ..rd... b... '70. Pboa.oro Burt _10... Realtor _.n 1.

heater, air conditioned, power steering, $* radio, heater. $' :wr ttssrlnf nowsr Brskoi. $2495 10042.Totals CLA5IFI&D. DISPLAY
595 495 die. ssd hssrsr. V-t Sharp ,
power broke., V-8 . . . I Like new . . . . . BEDROOMS CB CrnUl
"<2 RAMBLER Cu ttm 2-Door Sodon Icommy "6." Loki area. ((O a month Phone
Sedan. 55...., at 4(4- 234. .I2-(1>2.
59 FORD Galaxla 4-Door V-8
Ford-0-Matic, atsnd'srtl rrSHimhnls Iirrs clsss.Shswrssm .
61 BORGWARD 2-Door Station Wagon. 4 cylinder, $1695 SOUTHSIDB TWO ,bedroom '59 FORD
power steering, radio heater air csusitlss '
$ toe and rfrliertor furnlehedlar Hindi W.e.n, AirtamalM.
1 standard transmission.I I Very .. halos area. (SO moolhlrI rade. heater
conditioned. New
tag . . : $595 MU -0333.
economical transportation . . F DEMO $695
'62 FORD Ranch Wagon 4Door. 6 cylinder standard LOVELY 110", ... a-3 aedrooma.air '(I VOUSWACINTIO
.U CHRYSLIR How..r* 2-Door H.,...... 'ully ooodlllontn .....Ian' nrlih., a., L.ha "**.
transmission, radio, heater.. $1 595 '60 DODGE Pioneer Station Wagon. 4Door. V-8 automatic uippd *n4 sided with s trst, $9 flfl borhoode. 6H-40I1*7o-.12*. Clark Real.tr S

One owner . . . . transmission, radio, heater, power steering :US' It U sir crMW! Ssvs M Ufi I Select *i>
1 SOUTHS1DE hom,. three bedroom COOT
'62 CHEVROLET Bi.coyne 4Door. V-8 power brakes, air conditioned. $ .. two bathe. central. air BROWN
Powerglide. radio 395 '42 CHEVROLET Impels CsHvsrtikls. ,..., rr.*rin,, fenced, II,. neKhborhoodi., Cor* Or Trucks
heater, power steering One owner . . . . . Realty eft-4031. rei A Ta
power $ C .
QO B**.* hr.k.o, V.I iirsmsric rr* *mle lot rodi
brakes air conditioned I Ow3 sn4 bssrsr. All wklts CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY. .
. . S1QQC -
'63 FORD Falrlana 2-Door. 6 cylinder standard transmission 'CtosM si s whhrls". I 7 7J

63 FALCON Futura Convertible., 6 cylinder Ford-0- air conditioned. Low miles. $ 7OC .,1 CHRYSLER Winder -Dor. Sdn. 'swr .....

Matic I radio, heater. $2295 Like New . . . . 5 5 I / 7.V hif pslrsr Brskoj: sir e..dl$1695

One owner . . . . flouts1 ImmsCMlsr

'62 FORD Galaxia 4.Door Sedan. Ford-0-Mat.c V-8 '62 FORD Falrlane "500" 4-Door Sedan. V-8. Ford-O- SPORTS CAR DELIGHT -

Matlc radio heater. 12 JAGUAR 4-DMf $...*... 4 tssts, ..die and1hsstsr '
radio, heater, power steering, power $1TFQ C $1 595 RHM like .... SOOC 62CORVAIR

Like new . . . . .
brakes. One owner . . . I/7X 1 d.y special 37 J

'58 RAMBLER Ambassador 4-Door. V-8, automatic '62 FALCON Futura 2Door. ...-.. 37 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-Door S..... AsSm.01qSnsnsseiWso. I
ttosriiifl ond Tf Csrsks
powir $ O
transmission, radio, heater, power heater airconditioned .1495 *. O" swnor / 7 J
steering . . . . ', . . . .'. 'Jl FORD StoHoi. Wsien '"<." Aursmstid trsmml I Coupe

inn, sir c..1t1e..4. StZOC I



Special Note V... M.rt sss on1 lrlvo *9 77
Note :


CI _. Small Truck Lars Track Were open for Mike Chsmssra. Dvld1 I.k_, luitks Horn.,
I TroiLr. : : VsitsPruit )convenience Hsrs)4 Crsw
Coos for Grov*. Mon. .Thru Sat. A. M SILVIR JR, UK) Cor Msns.., CHEVROLET CO.

8 A.M. Till 9 P.M. HAROLD FUSSELL'Over 310 No. Florida Ave.


Corner E. Phone
Ave.Lakeland FORD 22 Veers ef Dtsenrfebfe, Qvefify Service)

& Lake MU 2.! 102f t 411 N. Florida Ave. 682-7113 \

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arms, .vas, R.nc s, Mlscellan*..* 153 Nouns Fwr S.l lCWNt e 1S3 tI..... For Solo 153 eases to Sal* fS3 Heetss Far Solemat' 151 H..... rr Sale l REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE

1 *. on. o.. ond Ulr- Xtli ?**. bitbUMu .
I4.dbofrocs. I. ho..... iur
6.7 ACRES bodrooa CB. lull tllo both ,..r- both CB homo. >lMkooU. >- ....... or VBtiirnuliod. Hot wour 153 M..... For Sole 153 Nona fr Sal.
Z.K> cotomo on irrs port ntllltf _.. MU ....., ob_.. Inurlot un. FURNISHED HOME I loodi oooio r....Ir.. MOO down 4ViMORTGAGE '
BTREiT WBT OF WBBBTIll, I 55050 I ... 000.1.tb0o4.., wroponoo oodoorpotini ...1..... ol SI.DM. .4. owntJi Bit POROCLOIRD RBPoaa Baa. tNoroilQ OOLUKIB DISTRICT tkroo bedroom
takglbd.Pole.. 05,000eI5red.. parod 3 If AND> niA 4 BITllROOMR.QUAUriKD MOO BUYKK DOWN 0360.;:!f.7.-\r..oIts.bedroom blind.IIII 5010he(5. built IhrowlMHt IB ...... ..Air....eoadlUonor Sall.solo. .. Close to Southgate Shopping North Toicoo ATMIUO MO S.JMTNEWHlESl" 1BTINO TOO cats MOITtnAOB AMDMI A ON tots n.1 I Rod In Rooii monv.r La. Ml.I. .a.oroo.M M.. "" 5'b.....both.. \I,..r'...ooraor. bouMilo I.",
5115 US .. .
000 MB. BOOT; IIIALTOH" un 1: 0.51 or BOUKB Center, completely furnished BEDROOM HOMB. ON THE UOLFCOUMSW .ort.1 Bl. 5504107CHOICR IIIU I-4 nJ. __ __
Mr 55015. -
au.N1mbo. WI. T. L UMORIAL.. ....U07 ANCTIUB 0101. : four room retirement OR YOU CAN BUFOR i IIrnRiI ; ? low AMALL u NE bod ..;.; fromo bonti.
kw Jr., OWNER ACTlCALlT MOTH INI under 000 Lono Pwrldo room 05511.I. .
10011. MU SALE I r "me 'ur.tohNt boll 54 on
5-l7J. ,
new Ihrw. bMlraom, mbottu home Two bedroom. DOWN ON A MKW FBA MORT- lIar'U"1 bowl CooIII 101I&0. Cb0RMltr I.. ..... B.,....... BlOB |0.B.

otrporh CB BUBty lumo room Hondo, built room-Inronoo. Small dowa payment living room and kitchen 3 and 4 bedroom G"O" 111-504. .....4a1l. .10.. nM'8.' .

7 Income Property lao lot or..... troM. OB Porker Roy In ModullB. I dining room. All rooms concrete CLA..IFI.t> DISPLAY. 'Lii"...... 0 DISPLAY.
152 R.al titt W..t,4OBT 5.50 Oran Pork. MU 1.7414BMmoOM u.,. bodrwMB, tUo both CD kooiwitB block and brick homes; 1V4 HOME PHONE MU 2 5601MALTOH
KUMOOMllMiMIk All yard .hop
r I mrowt BM uUlltF. OB onloo large
.. TiruB .
two bothl and I bath Some
Ion iwtmBUno: post, ... lot ipWMtmololF toilftooaprBlnl with air
1700 B BWBtli lr.ri.rn.. roMltol WMd CB ooBitritoMoB. Dark flaon OOBtrol took Included. Only $10.500
BM r.. solo _101.. Mol Rudy boot ood BIT wooo. BM B monthp.yq.I0. conditioning 3 location to I
PM'tP Bndltlwln* with available. RN.
SOO L .TO-7..V"41- >or. HIT Eat: Moioorlil. .Ulthl"1 hinUMiM. ohurohoo Now Sad...ooh. ._.... *Clot mwro 1.7115 or oil MU Earl.tit)Traiuuo. IOU 944. term choose from-near Winston ROY STillE

|4S Walerfrent PrepertyHonoo. LIST YOUICPROPERTY uUUl... mod tin ...._.... loot, School, near Southwest
out 01 oil.. B. BppolnbnoBt.'
I I'. tfO B-iiit Tttlo base woo UMOPorodo THREE BEDROOMSAnd schools and Southgate; also r Px _-1103 '63

8M. 5 hedrooa ...... .....o.. WITH us of H_... La... tot. PRICEREDUCTION Sunshine Acre In Southeast .,

005 '_0. Ca' or brw,. "If 0horfp. ...', .a.L It, NO MONEY do... M oloolni bath, largo living room .' 0000 THREB BCOMOOM CB
rte lot. from 011I. If SOS toms Lakeland. For a Salesman 400,.. m baUm, control hoot.
ell IT DOWN. boot tin room CB 5141 01
.... a ,) pots.I BXor* MM bur. bo ouro W oooUilo dining area and attractive .
5 Coos-A-Coeho. or Kotllor. LULl. 104 5. ..I.....*. HOOT oltr booob -A.MrB.dolo. 4 room "0_. 0. .. boo to how these hornet IBW BiodorB kltohon .. .lwot. OLDS
dossy _a .11oo. North .5 10 .- ........ P0055 IIU I-SI73- H roil oo* BW Ml BonUicoll OOOB ............. u JockioBirlllo. kitchen Priced below COlt I Boo thlo BOW MOM/ pO
001. W mod 54 1 1APB ,.. call dow. *7w _u.. BU10UH
<< ... $1 .. t7... rvkl.. WO 17JI Sad .11\l oocrifioo for luteS oolo.TOB at $9,000 only $ .ooo down.
CORAL .... II.. 000 SAL) Tb bMUoomo. ook n..,.. oop.U A. S. 4-Door. Factory Air
5. NI1, Sod SWOmm *i._ ... dal.. room. don. onolo d Rear yard fenced. Vacant MORROW
torso ........ SPECIAL ..,..., Sod I...... U..... room and available for immediate MEL RUDY

Y OWNIR: T.. bodreow5 lOt. 153 H..... Fx 5.1.OWN&'R Ono both u b..... Bnottiw la Like BroMh Offloo 2195
.. .050'1.1, tarntILd a 00' ...... Hoo Sew root Sod BOW occupancy. new LMLA REALTOR 401 B Momorlol Blvd
t oS La" N..loD. .11,51500 SOUTH SIDE lloor ta...... Lono llOkiMooraor condition. RN-987. MIV 0-71 110
1 b.4nosm 001..... 0" 110' "ItAnNO F1old. _.. lot This :0:0: B protect MORTGAGE BROKER
00' 100.1 A".. Otto, _.. homo Prlco boo Room For
M.rl5 Sb
017 !
015 s redur.d
'O. food __ 00. Hull troll 0r1o5. '....Iob.. .r "toturm.hd I04S 0 How York ATO< *oi.Bnt.. .Ir reduced la til.loo with II.too CLOSE IN 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. Laughter

III' :n.IOI .. Ill. salon at IM .._b.... .a.. lono Bad bodroomi dlntBf. u.lnt. roomItehoB dOWB. M..as.Co.I.: dial 686-4107 any time II "... wrMut 1e.. loon.Some. PENDARVISCHEVROLET

00.05 ..rl.... 55500. 0004 Hl'-BALB' Mw ....... oroo. lassboth Fine older home with six ( I .1..101' b.drooln..
,.... Ins 0. C. Le1S. ...... MllfWO h. don .0. hlor1daroom. BUI ChorkABBOTTHECKES I.... -. It bolhi, kitahoo
bedroom..Lrpl.4 .. *
forth wood floor floor tumor.MOfi
on 1000 Mmlm. ..._ IIU Cotton .1... rooms consisting of llvinj
,",. 5 '. roor ooi.l.j. botwoMi Mom ond 55.0... room. Old. broottoot Book. kg PLOIUDA CO.
.. kitchen and three room oo B boBui. bromiBdouo IKni .
>t! Mlllll BOOT POOt OltlOO.rhuroh dining
TWO BKDROOM Bom.. Wont on*. ........ $6,000.00 room All Ills on B ipoclouiot.
brow Bad boo CO.
151 Reel f.*'.II b d. bedrooms and bath. Detached .
Estate licking* SEH1. !! S 51.700 lino. Owns mood Bad ion nil Uropro Wind. .U-Io..U 310 No. Florida Ave
aliI oonnnm .,...... ,,1ra001l.011..101.. ImnwdliM garage Large 75 x 200' Wbrr It- S _roo.... rorpot Included Tormi O'Ollibl..
llftlioro un.AU7 Rporloui LlTlno ond Dlnlno Room. UN.HO*. Lakeland
AuburadBli for uue loud. ID .. 014r 'Fill 100 to VA MM IIOOMO.... BhlptoyJJ.il- *PO.IO..HB.. rrlcoo I to hoTo BELLI tko kor tut.os D. Tan Ass Ph. IIU .UI 135 lot newly decorated. no1 Lot Only _.00 DOWB. no.

praBorti or b..u .... .OOUBBr oaull- I... **0* "*"*,. "M-7** Only $9000 with $1,000 loot slam.. you o lot for yourBIOBW LEONARD RABIN 4t
n toed or ........ promt Boo /afhbt.
C. Lolo .. H. l<. 0_.... M. ourmirDt. .IIIW. Tolls ..or H. L (Shorty) Palmer NO DOWN PAYMENT down. Mroltor IU.IK B.-Limo LMLA aLC.U :
lot's Ant BolM Sad tMrk Red..n ...It,. Tkrot boaroomo Ui.tm _110. LMLABM $18,000.00 MJ KWCLABtirilO
1011 Cut Mom ((root, Bhooo tak. Oslo .,.. Woikiw .. Boulk 'TBB ATOHBORl George Stewart MU 1-0432 '
IMO osuxIWILL Undo ohODPIOI one olomimlMOOOI .... _.. JoIU .In Don Sutton MU 2-6582 113 MoltoB ATOBOO I __.. DISPLAY I 1
OB tout Hit
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...... I.f'rO.-ooulh i MU S-0320 I" Loko Vlow trio LotU
TRADE EQUITY. wit Junior mm Woo wuidoo (Not to B. To..... A... Fk lot ALL BRICK HOMES >U of .BhBdo. It... Coli.... RO
iraot, olt South UlMolB Aro- 10'. 01. o Lou B lot at houo M
5l. Owa Suodp ert._, A. F. PICKARD 0000 will 100......
IB r4 trick homo tor tote 10 by nr...olntm..l., Pboeos Ill- I SPECIAL THRU SAT. FEB. 8th
I.f oouol olw. iituitod In ntoo 1110. 551.3311.THREE TWO BEDROOMS $56.36 REALTOR LMLA ,
I rod.ntlo00405.. Thli tin. i W R. "Bill" WILLIAMS
I bedroom. booto boo\ bees Moll BEDROOMS .05 0005. 300 S. Florida Ave. B
m.tlUalDtd 004 b. ..I....... with, florldo room u ".'hlo.ad. frame home, unfurnished PoP 5.$10$1 Phone MU 6-2193 ROALTOR-4.05.A:
built-IS, I...... Illbs room and looood ,.... Reel binolB/ IB 0w Includes three lots and forty Ult 5. P7orld5 ... .....UM: I 59 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Door Hardtop Sedon
rumtortlbl. ........ 105'.5. P.....'tort >lrBblo .k..110... Coll MD "bm.51 4ovs 015550, OS lilt ..II
suet loon. ,. .H. nl<. IU n 1-10I1 or .'t .,,. .. ... SOUTHSIDE DUPLEX factory air.
monthly .14. Boulty AHOAIN, SEW urM bedroom small down payment or rent HEIGHTS II A THRU SAT. ONLY
Im.ul jsoo. .103 Moodow Aol.RN545 ca. C.rport BUIItf. bullt-la h.. duol for rotlrod doles. Comforts
or. tllo both. toaulnle4. ovnlot k for $50 a month. MU 6-1373 obio oporunont for ..n... .. 2 BEDROOM AND Asking Price
..,..... furrod ...... .iuBoaduit IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION null furnlthod nntal ap.r1.sot. $1 000
oolllni. ,..... otrooto. BO BwoUoBt aoKhbBrboo. FLORIDA ROOM I ,$1495 ,
JOHN MITCHELL oily ta.... u.(OB. 41 .".$. AIM MWB b' oppolntm.ukTED $10,900 I
REALTOR Sin. two bodrooBi CB Lo... rtor SEE US CO.. tI
1401 B. FlorldoMT do roam, Bnr .....L llano and I INC TOWSON Conni056 10 .MOOT plonrwood'
> J1M or MU I-4MI harrhoo. Idool rMlnmcnt homo. O1t ... Motor Sad 00pplne, Till. Is 4504? 1 '
Flo. ATO
7.ftOO. TIT ............ Balk homoiB BEFORE YOU BUY 5014151 550-5430 MO *-Jt8t SIT B. Po AfB odraom homo wiui Bir-ooodl I 56 CHEVROLET
BkrllBo Aorot. ....... dtonuntor UoBod PloridB room lard vtiliwond
_CL."IEO DISPLAYb4 oort, IB otultr. win Bw.ptorimoo 'LAKELAND'S room Bloo B full iloo ..... K V-8 BelAIr 2-Door Hardtop. Powerglide, radio, hooter. Beau-
loto ..
111'44SMART hoBo .-... or onutimo tract or.xuj73 trod. I BUSIEST $50 PER MONTHS LAKE' MORTON nor morb.otorMO.' 504 ond bmlmaee workohon.wwkrd 4(4 .1 tiful bronze. color. Local I one ownor. Priced to toll. ONLY .

1300 DOWN on BWBUI. Br ..nor Call N 501 W-900,
.Bttmrtifo bedroom CB : BUILDER"
,home bullt-Uu, foaood ....... *U. S n':1t bedroom from' how. SECTION KEN HARRIS I $795
4411. SPACIOUS BLOCK KOUMUO 011.0 5o sold Imwdl.bl,
I DUI TO 'olr.d....... .|U o.U H. ft. Urine BTOO plus OBT- N. oudlrIN. So .',,"'.' ...,. .0 oollor Enohonior UILA
Uiroo bedroom, two both ._ port Bad -,.. M nlnum down p.rmrnt HOMB O) RKNTAt HlFO t Bod 190 B Florlao An.
BUYS ont. condition CB horn. IB MUh SI. sod roa mat U For In'nrmotlon room Homo with I ono bedroom 0054151HOMES I'I'I F
NO DOWN phon. klindor throuib rrldor S opirtmonto la nor BiMlloDt LUoa '
md 5.014.HUH for _'11.... Con MU PAYMENT $1 .. .. 111.too. Kb 1140-L 60 DODGEI

For The ,TWO lIaDROOI 1055 ror .. .. $46.74 MU 2-2283 ROldB AND Ill00N.ooIIonl I BY I v.& 4.Door Sedan. Powerflite, pow.r steering, radio

'461.THRRI Cede. $3,510. IIU 0401. IoIUI. 5 IN oootk OB voiir lot 3 ono Eodroom riorldo. Mom Room- wood oil funiiPLUO 1100..... FHA MANAGER I Heater. A real bargain for only . . . . .

I Unit Aporunmt Novas
APARTMIINTS Ill lots.Wsd. LOW DOWN PAYMENT ............
Smar'Buyer. ........ vnironoot. All I. roor.. On.Uio o hor I bodroom hoi 9bedroom. $100 DOWN I $995
n.ntod. IB oood oondiuon Lort.ooroono on otn LOT 2619 Martin ,
port*. lao tmnot. B Monv molts horror IB oil lor-
DoBblo 5mm... 401 northomoBl MODELS OPEN 113.MM. lO-lli: lien.. Oompl.tolr 'rOdoorStShcMonth N
ATOBW. Lotolantf, Faw.IIGo. pormonu u low M iMup .1
FOR INSPECTION "Ibo Uio oornrr lot tho oUITOM ,
br our ollloo or ooll
.. Uu 01... lined ......or> I

y..',. proud .f lb.tor V. !S021.OW HOPl..II.DOWN N.netic Two b.llI.now,Ill Ca.," The moro.m"'aId...",Will-._...........01 Polo roomrporitod ... BEERMAN REALTY T. R. TUCKER, Jr. See these and many more on our

you kvy ei B.ulNoylor _room.. eel.1741. Joe P. Bridges from formol. .orpo.... M'mb" 154111
Moron bo. NICE TWO bodroon lot ropolotwl Tim. room br ilidini .1.. doors al2a .. 0100141 a... NU .UII REALTOR A used car /of.Aik .

couio you |ot ....,. iBlldo Bitd Bit BI loroi 110. tilt 0. "..d. ATO. .loolloot trKIlo pouora wiUi .... REALTOR
fhlns ...1... toe room loot olf Norm riorldooaroolrnt tor .nlrar. Smut I b"lOm. Salesman '
you la oltr buo (1000. Day: 686-6125 1\40 bathe. Will 00.014.. rrnllns 311 N. UOM ATO UkoloBdXII For Your Faro rite
Cloon Ilko-iiow con III.. 'tormi. 291 Hull with opuon la bur a..1I31.H. The Perfect Place e 7171 '
I hot will .,.. yovoutitOBdlBf ..... BY OWNER Too Nights 886-1361 686-2205 PHA Any Froportr ....... N R. C. Wheeler C. Christensen
; boaroom houMWotor I
oorrlco. bootar Mtc ....h..... VA AroB Propott Maser
....... A. S. MORROW ton rou ind rour.l DollihUulCB 7
Nwr oobook Block off .... oom. 1 opootoui HPH Red Powell Wayne Porker
63 RAMBLER nartdk Annul Will sot /,.bled IISI UOCfl
No'br1' 1541.0SOS both Plo room. OB kit. HOMES
OloMK 0.Door w.... or Unu will. .. Ton". .... Mil 1.1117 mtrol h.ot A'C. TOP LOCK
.. lOt trodi '
'Ul I TlQN. 54.553.JOHN C
.mtw 0/.5 1115594.CLAISIFIID. $4300 fc UP
J TmoVlo, IniTvlduXlOMto. \ While browsing tho used cars step

roollnlno Book. 710 Hull St I BR.! CB! Contort
Mo oold It MV
the and the
utility room Nmhborbood across street see
$2195 1005 WEST loci oorooo Bt KN-tiol
Msleor LML& 1ee4103A ,
\ ....'I a_. 10 Rio C.101 HIS W OUl Bt I BR: Brick \ I 1964 DODGE DEPENDABLESNEW

63 CHEVROLET I BONNIE onto oT.r blot To
.... HO.IOM. x41.1 I
:;::. = 1o ::::
"" .... ...,.. ........ -63V2 I REDUCED $1.000! I1tS ....m.... CR 110 wPIS. '
.... .1 00_ Loool on. "',. nporw S bedroom liomowuUlold. In room be..UuI. 10500100.' NEW '64 DODGE DAR'f.IlOOR SEDAN JTA.183Q 1
--' 1 ...U0I wol rodurodUtio Two itory. four bedroom, aN"",.. I
44 wok from SIS.too to S13 000
$2095 '
Morlwood door. ,.... bile... Iwo bath with two extra 314 Cora. PI ea MU lam.PtorldB $
FALCONV8 wiui wooroto dlB ni orao ..nObull. IoU in Shore Acrei Now room vorv ooaTOBI.ntto I// 5
'61 VALIANT .. I .-.. ,._. Mloml ...nln.I $11500! RN759. BouUiioto on OUBOT tot NEW 64 DODGE Vi ton PICKUP TRUCK
:e1040,, A .nc.rS .00u. 0115.ood 110010.. I' G : t
4 Door SUtlon W' ;
''nAutomot 00000 10511.11..
.. ,..... ..
Sprint I
01005 ,..
o on liootir
o. NEW 1>NE SOUTH! .
0."..... load ,or'
$1095 $1995 T. R. TUCKER, Jr. Large three bedroom FlorIda I... .

a REALTOR ota of room.built.two In*. Central bath with air HOWARD RM'I friendly Dodge Dealer .

} LokoloadUO and heat. Kldi
CI.Mll 4 crl. ; O.tlTJPHA KIALTOK LMLA 302 W. LEMON ST. __
Bid. A NS eS.S..... PENDARVIS AroB Proporty MBo.r-r walk to Southwest schools PHONE MU 2-4179
A.r Oond. W.w ed VA Atom Pnportr M.noerORDUIlS and Southgate. $19)00 LAKELAND FLA.
ownor' lit w. Wit ot .. PI.. ,
0 RN 10:7.
toritloB torso Ihrlno room.
.....1.. doo wlltt OIBIO will op .. -
IIi oils OC'.od porch. MEL RUDYLMLA
I 310 N.. FI.rid. At.. r.rpr400 and d...... T. mterb.drwm.
h1. Special Lsk.l.nd .. .lord tllo both oiodrrloblo. o REALTOR
o...1...... 51.Mn .11b 10.. .... ..In"d..lalnl
59 BUICK I tt Uk-hOD led l.......' dine MORTGAGE BROKER
Conyort'bio ..... Inl soot. 1,001: I...... two ear 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. Make Your New CarA -
0205e.. Mlle.. 5105,0 mod .toed PItts .IUa
5,105. 15.10. .. dial 686-4107 any time
belle In Bor.8oQ 50.10000 .11.
..:. .
1130 Woodbloo .
out....".. roe.. "' 1
hoo ter mod lull I CLAS 4PtIb DISPLAY "A''O DISPLAY

p'60-$1195 FALCON ,I I NEW FORD

Boor. x
....-.....,...... $1040. .
or bboa ...... IS.000

rn.1- $895 ...... !

39 BUICK And It At Lakeland FordFROM
4.Door M.rt.. Lo- !
..b... Fyll ....... oa.tom.ti. .
tI.wM11't'h.aN ,
rod'.. ,Y.fi.
5,1$15 LooaI/ .no _.. y 4q5xy

$1095 ,
. .....


d.Door. S oyllndor. oil*
..m.... ................
rod,. ond hootor.

$495 Sales Force Has A' Combined Selling Experience OF


CI.. d Door WooonV .

"_.."..."..ouUm.t..'.$..oe.5.o ..bo.......... -. > 221 Years in Automobile Sales

h.. ONwrdlle'51 PONTIAC. ... w d ;1 ,y... .: ; .. J P .; 145 Years Selling In Lakeland

....... hI .._. .... to <
_tie tLwwmM.Idawl J. :.

$695S.d,4145 f' \ F < < 1 X9k

Watch For Your Ford SalesmenIn
.ln ll : 3 .,,' t', j: 1'; / Friendly
Obi U"d." .* ,,
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t '. 't.w.
c 3'f .'ho.. A-44<, .., ". ;. ,
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ONLViC : .I \ .
1 Naylor

might tty the biggest difference between a EVERETT MITCHELL
late.model Continental and a brand.new one it eountrr Pw. 1'5'10 d Yb 0505'..,'4-eh..w,'' .4.,50' JOE BURNETT

that one has been road.tested a bit longer than anb'+ JACK ALFORD A. A. PARKER
1047 L MAIN ST. the other Pr.el

. Uood Con MU MU !14S40-OMSOpm ... You can scarcely tell that it I 1s not brand.now. PAUL WILLIAMS CLYDE DIXON
.. Now The claisio look has not changed The car has $3495

Evening Till been restored to prime condition In both appear.

k PM. anee and performance JIM BURRUS, Sales Manager

And the price Includes, as standard equipment, = .Mlheut" -r...bet e 400010.OrftJw.0.01* 4

virtually every luxury and performance! fetturs :-:ie.re: : product... I M :host I.to orioooiltooyou LYNN LANE, Ass't. Sales Mgr.

can imagine Why pot make this your year to w.I0dow.

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.e 941 E. Main Lakeland, Fla. PH. 686-6151 125 LAKE MIRROR( DRIVE \

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Asks Election

As Criminal/ Court ClerkBARTOW


Robert (Bob)
J. Hsslett. clerk of the Crlmtntl A
Court and the County o
Court In Polk County today
announced that he ii a candidate
for re-election to tali
Hailett was elected In 1952
and then took office In January
1953. Prior to that time
he served under the then -
/ Sheriff DeWitt Sinclair at of. i bq19
flee deputy during the yeanof
1941 through 1948, with the
exception of the 27 months
that he served In the U. S. tlM i'y ,
Navy. From 1949 to August when you buy an
1950, Haslett was employed by

Wiggins the then for County the Judge purpose C. M.of RCA WHIRLPOOL appliance during theAPPLIANCES

issuing criminal warrants asa k
committing magistrate. He
then moved to the office of
the clerk of the Criminal Court "lAfkA.Lj&GO' ,
as deputy clerk, until his election .
as clerk of this court.

Haslett was born In Law- ROBERT J. (BOB) HASLETT .
rencevllle, Ga., In 1918 and
moved to Lake Wales In 1927. day Schools: a member of '
the Methodist Men's Class, CIRCUS OF VALUES
He wu graduated from the
Lake Wales High School, was and a president of this class; I
a member and director of the
captain of the football team Chamber of Commerce. He Is
and was selected All-Ridge
secretary of the Little League
Conference fullback in his
Baseball he is on the Recrea
senior year. In Lake Wale. he tion Board and is active and
; fREE
was a steward in the Metho
organizer In the Gulf Ridge Dog
diet Church and of Hot
president Council of Boy Scout ofAmerica. Rides CORN for 9' Cotton
the Methodist Men's Associa Carousel POP AU Candy
He Is a member of Coke
tion.Service the Polk County Volture of
Cited the 40 A 9, and is a past Chef
Late In 1949 Hulett movedto de Care of the organization
Bartow. He attended Florida Haslett I* a vice president .
Southern College at night in the organization of the SPECIAL PURCHASE SPECIAL PURCHASE
from 1950 through 1955. In Court Clerks of the State of
Bartow he is a member of Florida consisting of all of Q lw4r1B9 qcrAlC1l11S AYAJWU9 JF
the Kiwanis Club, having the Court Clerks Circuit ,
served as its president; he is Criminal Court, Court of Rec
a member of the American ords, County Courts and Courtof
Legion Post and served as its Appeals. a Z-CTOE ABTOIUTie WASHER 24PBD 24TOEM.SMRVMSV.RSSE
commander member of the a
; a Award Won
Methodist Church, and servedas '
superintendent of the Sun- He received the Bartow WAIT, 1MB. CAPAWTt '
Outstanding Citizen Award In

Haven Will 1951.When Haslett first took office

in 1953, 3,500 cases were '
Dead processed-the case load has H1 $
increased year by year until UA4B $16 777 d12z 18777
14,296 cases were handled by _
Citrus TreesWINTER the clerk in 1963. However weto
the cost per case Is less now Ae..acrv ?
than in 1953.
HAVEN-The City .
Commission yesterday agreedto In Bartow, Haslett has screed T.I.R. T.I.R.
take part In a Chamber of as chairman of the Marchof
Commerce drive to beautify Dimes drive; chairman of
Winter Haven by removing the Heart Fund drive for several I
dead citrus trees killed in the years; and is presently ,
freeze last winter. chairman of the Salvation

Former commissioner WU- Army drive. Committee and fund Looks like ONE I1i17jffIjjj
lard Frederick Is chairman of
the project for the Chambet. Haslett and his family reside '
The city decided to take at 140 S. Central In Bar- dries like TWO ** r
part In the project but wants tow.He
details worked out so the city announced that his introducing the all-new
will not be responsible for treasurer is W. Wilson Howell
collecting fees for the removalof and deputy-treasurer is Clifton -
trees from private prop. A. Lewis, both of Bartow. RCA WHIRLPOOL
erty. I
The project Will be patterned TO BUY A NEW RANGE
after one undertaken New Bill Says
recently by Lake Alfred In 2Speed IHOLDS 10TS
which 2,800 dead and unsightly -
trees were removed from Doctors Must aN

privately-owned The Ridge Contracting property.Co., Use EnglishFRANKFORT DRYErModel of frozen foods
of Haines City, which removed -
the trees in Lake Alfred ,
has worked out a program Ky. (AP) -
here along thl'lime Rep. H. L. Taylor R-Barbour- ELECTRIC RANGE
lines. Under the plan, a ville, introduced a bill In the
charge of $2 per tree is state legislature Wednesdaywhich
charged for single trees. A he says will protect drug
charge of $l.50 will be made purchasers.
where the trees are grouped In its entirety, It read: f.
close together. "All medical practitioners
David Giddings, who preaented who write prescriptions for
the program to the drugs shall write such prescriptions
commission in the absence of clearly and In plain English
Frederick yesterday, said the language and all pharmacists
Women's Club will also coop who sell drugs shall clearly
erate by contacting property mark and label in the English _
owners and asking them to language, all drugs dispensed e"
take part. The Chamber of and sold." a ti
Commerce building will be
headquarters for the projectand Every U.S. senator ha< glass +
the fire department will shaker of black blotting sand on _
be asked to help in burning Ms desk, a custom dating to UO-42 tThere's
the trees. the days of quill pens. ,
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