Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00060
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00060
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Student Pilot l KiIiiJet i Wreck I

By TOM pending 'V 6 of about 50 men, state troopers,

Ledger ; t tip, sheriffs deputies, members of
An Air ,W the I the Lakeland Squadron of the

crashed and Hllbborough Civil Air Patrol, and other volunteers
of Lakeland miles south combed the marshy
killing an ty line and land near the community of

and scattering / Knights, on State Road 60. .
half a mile of Weather hampered and finally
The pilot of stopped the search about
fled as Capt. and the 11 o'clock Friday night when
head of Vane Just af a squall line tore across Florida
r Enid, Okla., night re from Texas.
,qr ''tll ? fatal flight had seen a
The search was resumed yesterday
,1 r4 R safety. of smoke"
morning and the wreckage
i:: able tell
KrtJ to of the plane was found by
crash but Air route from an Air Force helicopter Some
aid he would
f eY Montgomery of the search area was so bog
p 6 speak publicly Tampa,
egr that some motor vehicles
until after he .la at 8 p.m.' SearchersTurn
couldn't negotiate it.
a crash helicop
} The identity ", detail ( to Page 2.A, Columa
r R 5)r


Urgent- ,I 1

Wreckage Of Plane Covers Wide Area

'.rt .! ... Twisted! w_l<.t. .f a Air ,_. Til |Jet trainer 1 A. Iranten. tii4i..-'llt w.t hill..'*, but .* Air Ftrce C.pNlnwhich .

ra.h4 nwthw .* .........* 'rW." .I.ht! to straw ......t ...rechute4.. .....,. tL....*, ,I.... ty Hh..t) I
this ......, .,.. In the --..*.. e eras .> HilliWrmith. c."...,.
Cyprus \

HospitalAid I > Side Issues Stall

I. FundsApproved ,

: Civil Rights Bill


WASHINGTON (AP) The 137.9f, which provided that no
The application of the trustees House bogged down in fights employer could be forced to hire Get
of the Lakeland General over women's rights religionand f
an atheist under the
Hospital for a federal grant of the aged and failed to complete ,
of the bill.
I I of 1278.545 for hospital expansion action Saturday night on
was approved Friday by the key job equality section of Foes Attracted

the Hospital Construction Department the civil rlghta bill Rep. Howard W. Smith. D-

of the Florida Development Against Republican opposition Va, offered an amendment as
Commission the House put oft a final vote to sex: and it attracted the solid
I Final approval of the grant until The LONDON (AP)
Monday. Republicanshad support of the Southern opponents
\ under the Hill.Burton Act let i i Torn :Johnson dispatched
hoped to be free to attend of the omnibus bill, most Helmet
expected on Thursday at the Lincoln Day rallies next week. of the women members of the i troubleshooting for

meeting of the commission In A long day on which the leadership louse and a large number ol' TH* *.pleilv. fore feasted with urday"Britain urgent on the

l Tallahassee hope to puah the bill to a Republicans. ,.,..... .* Air fr Tit let tense Cyprus
Wendell Jarrard, director of final vote was spent Instead on Rep Graham B. Purcell :Jr.,, tr.1.|.., crushed late e ..."h, The President
the Florida Development Commission the fringes of the controversial D-Tex, proposed exemptlnj I ores MfthwMt et Lkl. .*..< rrl-. simultaneously with

and Scott Under section aimed at providing equal church.related schools It Wit I day nltht" sea be MM hem Inr of a sharp +
Lakeland member of the com employment opportunities for strenuously opposed at first ,bj Die.Klchit* .! a two .habeas Minister Sir Alec t't
mission, were Instrumental In Negroes. the bipartisan bloc favoring UM tf which .,....nnily wet warty by of Soviet. Premier rr
getting favorable recommendation Bart Broadeae4" bill, but: Rep. manual Cellar, ,m. ......** ttvtont-plUt' '"whe chargojr'\That
en the Lakeland Gen D-N.Y. Hoof manager of till I was kill4' .In tbJ..*. .... United State .
eral's application. (i.; First* after' a' wMarangingMtaooMlaavf bilU. finally capitulated and ac i 'ItFragment and occutMtlon
TrwrMM MM .
J ft* cWr..an4.Imliar pt d H.
for a diagnostic and treatment fotwe Tr men and I -Mediterranean
i r ... center, and $74.M5 for a psychiatric women the House voted I88-I JJ I The threside trips took moV Douglas-Horn* .
section In (he planned to \broaden the proposed ban I than eight hours to complete, gallons "as '
k $2 million, .wingt the hospital against women. after which the Southerner .re unfounded"
made halfhearted x4'
a attempt
Then, after I..n'' equallY' circuitous .
!knock the whole title from flu4y .K r
I route. it voted to exempt bill thus making the measurt The prime

from coverage of the proposal ,Ineffective An amendment elgn Secretary R. "
Pirates all church-related schools Rep. Phil M. Landrura. D-Ga, fly to Washington Culum.1)I'w Topples free',
largely on the argument that .accomplish this was defeat Lions Wednesday .
I Plot Sack otherwise they might have to ed. 150-90, after only a desultory on Cyprus and **** thrmth. Pelt' C...nty bra 'rl I >y night h .11_. i r thAi .ray
: hire atheistic janitors. debate. problems. .... Are. In L.k.l..4" 'lICh"| 'w...- ripped rram *._ eed
The House defeated 123-M, an Losers in an previous efforts Meanwhile, ? mnp peels .* the **nnfr by the 'whtV which was Mcwnpm!**)
Of' tampa amendment by Rep. John Dow to i weaken the administration State George W ribs Tfc. rranral rtrm brlnslns the system dipped M* *f' th.,
dy I>-Tex., that would have bill Southerners launched a full. top aides were .* Its ......ItC. wan nu,*..*.... U**>*r Phot .jr Herpes)
discrimination the
TAMPA (AP) -.Som"re brought of under the on bill scale attack on the employment a the Atlantic to be !
on the banks of Tampa Bay. grounds age provision. Bills for creating fair touch with British

Jose Guparilla-avlualn with tooReligion was brought In againon employment practices commissions Reports were Cause Some v '
% all the punch of a flat saspa- John have never made much lomatic circles that
rilla-and his band of greasepaint an Rep I the United States
pirates laid plans last M. Ashbrook, R-Ohlo, adopted, (Turn to Page 3-A, Column 4) posals for Cyprus

night for the sack of the City .,, karios designed to
of Tampa. .. jections to the In County
They do it every year with peacekeeping force .

joyous monotony. r4 members of the
That pirate lair where the once Including I
in Polk of turbulent weather moved];
planning! was going on was the States, was reported
Tampa Yacht and Country K Informed sources In the wake of high diagonally across the state,
( Club, as fashionable a den as 'orm of new plan and a thunderstorm, from the northeast to the
ever a pirate laid plans in. already under to law officers. southwest, reported James
And the occasion was the cap (Cyprus government damage by the winds Georg meteorologist with thi;

tain's ball.Today Part ., the TI J Ali' Frc |let Reds Increase mischievous few trees U.S. Weather Bureau here.
there's a recuperative trlnr' which. mh1 ....h..t down garbage cans Tornado Feared

luncheon for the pirate ..aeMilr' d Latched' frMcy el( >*, cntn Khrushchev's I over, signs knocked The peak of the storm ac:'
brotherhood.And I nto the situation was of place.
tomorrow .Is Invasion i. here wrapped tnunt !' tlvity here occurred at midnight ,
factors Increasing
day. The weather forecast is tr*. which It hit |lust bfra the wind reached a peak and 1 o'clock, George/i
fair and brisk.A ,.Un. crashed hit. the ......... (Turn to Page Z-A 54 miles per hour In Lake. said, although the winds continued ,
forewarning of the Invasion at half. past midnight for the remainder of
10 mile wide band
as a Hall was reported
came Thursday night. A the night.
i cut-throat sort of note demanding Johnson Seeks in the early morning hours In,
the surrender of the the Auburndale area.
city was left on the doors of > : A five.hour tornado alert..
I' city hall by a little band of I Edition ::. Issued by weathermen for:
the dagger-and-eye-patch set. Pressure On Central Florida Including Pollr.
who made a grand noise with County Wit called off at,'
their blank-filled pistols. Saturday 4 o'clock although the high

The black Jose Caspar, the WASHINGTON (AP) High-'or part of a broader winds were experienced the
only steel.hulled pirate ship in ranking U.S. officials said Saturday haps undertaken length of the state, Georg said.
eaptivitJ- r, out of it-wUl Tt President Johnson's tive backing of 28 Several hundred homes in.
its figure head (actually without electrio
push Guantanamo orders are designed : Saturday they Miami were
into the Hills- service
it 11 be towed) or telephone
to free the U.S. naval power
know for but
sure ". I
borough River about 11:30 base from further minor Castro ceived further The Ledger will I for two hours. The wind wad
a.m. tmorrow and the pirate AP Wr! ,Kot* annoyance and to deter any ma' there was a morning edition, j i clocked at 50 miles per hoof;
crew will swarm ashore. publication in its I at Fort Lauderdale. near"
Trying To See The BeatlesOn jar Red move to expel the nist pressure drive "
With luck, none will fall Into \ ,,truck.
V s Americans. j will be coming'to where a tractor-trailer
s' Ute river. ; I big U.S. facility at overturned on State Road $4j:
of t At the same time, they said ern tip. and on Saturday j I
the parade
At 1 p.m., when its driver tried to avoid;
Ute pirates will begin, winding The Inside I I the United States will increasein II'' Cuban President this first Saturday a pine tree felled by wind. A;
through downtown Tampa to the next few weeks Its ef,' tlcos said ; gust broke a Sarasota storefront .1J
forts far unsuccessful to the new pub\
the fairgrounds where the I -so the water incident J window. A roof was;
Florida State Fair Is in prognee. discourage Western Allies' trade!of a campaign to 28 edition will to off In of house in Hills-
She Wanted A Good LookThe I I'j : with Cuba. It will be argued Americans And giant, special Polk boro Broward County.
Floats-most of them piratieal anew that trading with a militant ::1 any Intent to fight edition contain-
-loaded with pirates firing ,, Castro Is different from general But in order to all of Polk Storm Not Expected
*tramlnf frl! *bv* was not I* hpicl paleela
blanks and carbide cannons .... ... .. trade with the Communistbloc possibilities, the J recent years and Georg said the wind storm
dressed in eye- the '! ir pfc r ,p. l ear picture She wt mnlyrrylHf and should be cut down. ahead.
pretty girls gists decided I to the decade was not expected by weather
limb' .. .lokt
and band to aver Yrk City palkemee pat e
costumes, : U.S. decided atFriday's with in
popping < strategy was than just a limited many pages forecasters Friday.
Th ._..
Srttin'i" MHMtim, the
band band will trespass tinting m quartet
upon upon two lengthy sessions the water cutoff. will offer a "We expected rain and we
of Tam- .f rnf-L irJ pas/am.re arrived hi. the U. S. A mtfatw
the sanity story "
upon by Johnson and his top advisers to serve notice that inform your friends expected It to turn colder,
pa for more than two hours. cheat The Pesetas! It *n ,... II.., |Wed act .t the a at the White House. not tamper lightly other states of your t Georg said But he said the
The parade will end at the MH* e.uM.Iala! jn4 "lfffnmt rtkUt )pee will fled I Is An authority In a position to base and to deter copies of two conflicting cold air fronts

fairgrounds grandstand Nuccio will where surrender it1 tale,' I..dpas.Amusements. know what went on said a key Red move against available !in a color- which caused the turbulencewere

Mayor Nick to Gasparilla v t \ consideration was whether by Indicating U.S. cents each or five in a "blind spot" in the
the city
.< Prime Minister Fidel Castro's
/ Thus it has been for S9 Februaries ...... 10-B Dear Abby...-.... 11-B cutoff of water to Guantanamo action o: Gulf of Mexico. Tampa's radar -

and thus it will be iJ Bridge ... ____ 2-B Editorials .......?... 4-A This was done by circulation office i d i have-which detected would the ordinarily

again on Monday.will be the \1 Citrus .....y ._._... 5-D Horoscope ?..._- SoD 'j retails.lion: son self-sufficient order to !make In Its en will accept your out of pressurebuildupwas service
Tuesday night I are on Page 12.B
annual coronation ball at Classified..._. 7.J t.D Sports .................. 1-4-D it ana for fishing in Florida wnj ply and labor force. until late last night Georg

which a new queen and king is Comics ....rr....- 10-il-B Stocks Finance 8-9.B ten, was part' of a broader con step will provide that when The 1 l said.
United ,
to force the
spiracy winds
named. I said the high
of Gasparllla. will be U( Crossword Puzzle 11-B Women .............. 1-12-C States out of Guantanamo tion. by clamping. door on Satur Georg cold
And Thursday night the pirates $18 million a-year [ were caused by a front
will hold their annual Deaths _,,.,..._... 2-A Weather Map... 5-A The U.S. strategists did not change the Castro located in the Gulf'of Mexico
parade through Ybor know at the time whether the
torchlight Latin Quarter. Castro act was an Isolated step Turn to Page 2-A, (Turn to PagqA. Column 8)1J .
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Sunday-.LAKELAND Feb. ", 1H4 LEDGER,!(Allies Plan Urgent I : 4fM'l' '>': .f";" ". Lakeland Banker Given '

'l,, ., ',
U.S. Places i 0- e Year In Federal PrisonTAMPA

Talks About
I CyprusContinued
\110-i A former the Federal Deposit Insurance

More Pressure I cullve of the First State Bank Corp., disclosed a shortage of

( From Page One-A) of Lakeland has been sentenced 24000.

On CastroContinued island. Britain landed 500 fits the Mediterranean Inland to federal prison following his

troops Saturday to relieve some sovereignty. He warned the qty plea of guilty to a charge of

of the tommies who have been West to keep out.. I ", 11 1 making false bank statements Woman Breaks

( From Page One-A) trying to keep order sine Sir Alec answered Khrushchev .a CA William H. Kilpatrick wet
bloody rioting broke out Christ. that Soviet views about
been getting from the take- sentenced to a year and a day Multitude Of
mas between Greek and Turkish Cyprus were "completely divorced yesterday by U. S. District
home of Cuban employes at Cypriots from
pav reality" and that Judge Albert L. Reeve He
the U.S. naval station The U.S. State Department Britain's "one object In Cyprus was allowed 30 day to arrange Traffic LawsNEW
stressed that is to help maintain and .
Strategy Seems Working once again the peace his business and personal affairs
United States has "a major Interest security."
before beginning Ms sen
Whether there was a consplrnV In the maintenance of He reminded the Soviet premier tence.KUpatrk, YORK (Ap-Kathryn

,' or not, the Johnson tactic peace In the eastern Mediterranean that British troops alreadyon :*, one of Lakeland'sfive Maclnlck. 35, of Bayslde,

appears to have worked so far, an Interest which it for., the Island were there at the \a 4. .:. outstanding young men of Queens, faces trial on chargesof

;ludfilng from the protestations innately shares with many other request of the Cyprus government ,Ijt< "" : 'f- \ :( 1961, was charged with falsely reckless driving, driving without .
nations. It will do whateverit : '
reporting the financial status of ,
Castro and Dortlcos a license, speeding, driving
can to assure that objective.' Then he sharply told Khrushchev f rI the bank to the U. S. Insurance
Moscow's role In all this has Makarios has insisted that that the British needed /ff( : .t Corp. The son of the bank's with Improper lights, failing to
not emerged clearly. But it Is lany units sent to keep order in no lessons on how to conduct : \ \ ,> :" founder, Kilpatrick served u comply with a policeman' signal .

possible that the Kremlin, In Cyprus be under the control or themselves "in the spirit of the ':.ilD "iJiJ.; /. vice president and cashier. and changing lanes.

seconding publicly Havana's the U.N. Security Council. Britain Charter of the United Nations"Khrushchev t _,:: o ; .. 't' r", The\ 31-year-old Kilpatrick had She's paid 48d in fines for
: and the United States haveresisted also sent warning pleaded Innocent, but yesterday''other traffic violations.
claim that the Cuban fishing this IwwntiB* IKAV' .aut messages on Cyprus to U.S changed Ms plea to guilty. He And there are 14 other traffic

boats had been seized In international would open the way for Sovle President Johnson, F r e n c h CRIMI PREVENTION WEEK STARTED-D.*.M Cray, ck.lnea.1Ike f>cli...a* Cluk'i Cola. admitted that he neglected to''charges still pending. Mrs. Mac

waters, was only echoing intrusion and obstruction. President Charles de Gaulle and ,.."...tI... W. k, tacks II' a fttttr lit th. PmiUs link .f UUI.n4 t. ......MM* the slat .f record various loans made while ,inlck said Thursday in court she

misinformation supplied byCuba Determination to prevent Soviet the prime ministers of Turkeyand the leak The fclfhHslit .>, the west will k* .. ..*.. hm.. *t tile Uki1. Pllc ***-... he was an officer 'once was an Instructor for a

The Soviets did not press interference was believedto Greece. .a Friday (L*.!*, '>> *. .y Hu.kesl An..audit. ,_ordered_In 1962 by ,driving school.ituartetf.
the Guantanamo Issue. be reason for :..- ,0 o -
one DouglasHome's -- --
Whilst House Mum
From Guantanamo Itself rapid and blunt reply to Club Plans
came word Saturday that avail- the Kremlin. (At Johnson City Tex. the Side Issues Student

able water supplies were sufficient weekend White House had no I IRITES

and that no unusual actlvl- British Blunt comment e I the r on Khru Stall Civil Pilot To Go To <&b!

ty was occurring on the Cuban Sir Alec fired back In near: shchev's message or the British Dies

side of the base's boundary. record time a sharp reply to prime minister's response. Jail Church

As for the fishermen, of whom Khr lahche\l" note of Friday ([Johnson has yet to reply to Rights Bill In CrashContinued MRS. CENCY WARD Mrs. Stephens was a member

29 still are held for trial in Florida The Soviet leader has charged Khrushchev and ,officials said Mrs Cency Ward 79, died yesterday of the Baptist Church, the Trl

a final judgment is likelyto the proposal for a NATO peace there would be no reply Saturday Lakeland Exchange Glut I I afternoon at her home Delta Sorority and had attend. f
be turned by the state court keeping force for Cyprus was Johnson was In touch with! (Continued From Page One-A) ( From Page One-A) members will go to church thli I In the Socrum. Community,, ed Stetson University. .

soon. an imperialist plot to infringe State Department officials by ,headway In Congress since the went in on horseback_ no__ .nn Instead.__. morning and to Jail on Tuesday r Route 3. She is survived by her husband .
telephone on the Cyprus situation first' one was killed 20 A Florida Forest Service Pilot night. Mrs. Ward had been a resident Julian Stephens, Bartow;
and planned to survey this I years taw Moorhead at U '21 a.m. and But It's all In a good cause,, of Lakeland since 1928, two sisters Mrs. Neva L. John.

COM'Pl: EfTE and other trouble spots In con ago. notified MacDiU. The pilot said It's National Crime Preventlo I coming here from Little Port, IOn, Tampa, and Mn. W. A.

venations Saturday night and I i The bipartisan bloc supporting) Moorhead had spread his parachute Week, sponsored by the Ex-Iowa. She was a native of Strickland, Dade City* three

'H'EA RJN HLP Sunday with McGeorga Bundy the bill came up with several on the ground as a signal change Club In which the Lakeland Gutenburg, Iowa. She was a brothers, W, M. Larkin, E. B.
01 : his special assistant for national j i amendments of Its own how lIe was taken to MacDill hos club la taking part. member of St. Joseph's Catholic Larkin and Sid Larkin, all of

security affairs. ever, hoping to kilt off some or Today they were to attend I Church. Dade City.Funeral .

FOR ONLV'50.. Q.O (Bundy was summoned from the opposition by tightening the i pital.Wreckage of the trainer plane church together to launch Crime, Survivors Include four sons, services will be held
section and Prevention Week In Lakeland. Herbert Marlon Ward
adding Ward
Washington to spend the nightat safeguards was strewn over a half-mile tomorrow afternoon at 2.30:
Johnson's ranch home and to against possible abuses of Its area. One piece of the plane Tomorrow, Mayor Harold Grit- and Leroy Ward, aU of Lakeland o'clock at the Whidden Funeral

Hearing Service Involves more than Just a hearingaid. remain in Texas until the President powers. was wrapped around a trunk of zard will sign a proclamationto and Frank Ward of Au. Home Chapel with the Rev. Dr.J. .

To assure your complete satisfaction, you get returns to the capital Sunday The provision would make it a tree, but the other part of the : make the week official In gusts[ Ga.; four daughters, Harvey Saunders, officiating.
Lakeland.On .
Mrs. Mae Higgins of Lakelandand Burial will be
unlawful for employers of more tree was cracked off when the in Wildwood
all this (from Zenith-at one low price! or early Monday.)
Tuesday night Exchange Mrs. Bessie Sherouse and Cemetery.
than 25 persons or labor unions plane apparently smashed intoIt.
with_. more than 25 members to I members along with the Junior Mrs. Lucille Bryant all of Lakeland -

Zenlth's powerful model BO Rr PanamaniansHired discriminate" on account of- race, The lower part of the Iranian's Exchange Club of Lakeland Senior and Mrs. Aline Smith of MAXIE E. REGISTER SR.
religion or national origin In dismembered body lay near the High School will attend a Tlllamook, Oregon; 29 grandchildren FORT MEADE Maxie

g.mM quel ty any employment practice.A heaviest concentration of the meeting at the Lakeland Police and 27 great-grtndchll Eugene Register Sr., 77, of 200

$ dothin.enp.tt" As PoliceIn five-member equal employment wreckage. His parachute had Department. Police division dren. W. Broadway, died at his home
;t" ford and opportunity commission unraveled In the terrific impactof heads will speak to the club on Funeral arrangements will be early yesterday

etxk..rn+old.e would be created to Investigate the plane with the ground. the various duties and functions announced later by Gentry. He was a native of Tifton.

Canal Zone complaints under the act and to The largest part of wreckageto of their divisions Morrison Funeral Home Ga. and came to Fort Meade '
10 Day Money Back Guarant**-you mutt' be satlificd be found Highlighting the week will be 40 He \
seek voluntary compliance. If was an engine yean ago. was active in
or your money back. an open house from 9 o'clock MRS. OWE D. BAY
which lay smashed about 200 the timber business.
BALBOA. CZ. (AP) The these efforts failed It could go
e Ask to sa and then compare onye warranty and Panama Canal Zone's American Into federal court and] seek an feet north of where the Impact Friday morning' until 4:30: Mrs Ollie D. Bay,89, of 1112 Survivors include his widow, ,
famous Five-Year Protection Service Plan. o'clock Friday afternoon at the Crestview '
policemen and pilots are order. apparently occurred Ave., died Friday at Mrs. Sarah Frances Register;
e After purchase assistance, guidance and instruction In arms because Cov. RobertJ. up One of the coalition amend-I Several HHlsborough County Lakeland Police Department on a Bartow hospital. She was a three daughters, Mrs. Gus
sheriffs deputies were combingthe Lake Wire Drive. native of Ohio and moved here Pierce and Mn. Frank Bone
Fleming Is going to hire !50' ments that was written Into the
NITH ""LIVlNO ,SOUflD'f: Panamanians for the zone's all. bill would permit hiring on a'' area for more wreckage late from Los Angeles three months both of Fort Meade, and Mn.
yesterday Air Force guards ago. She was a member of the Katie Lesaley of Bowling Green
American police force. basis of religion or national origin !- JohnsonKeeps ;
e HEARING, AIDS Fleming said Thursday about where such considerationsare roped off the area and let only : Baptist Church. a son, Mule E. Jr., of Naples;
officials and the She Is survived by two daugh- and three
20 Panamanians probably will bona fide qualifications of press In to the half-brothers, seven
Pay Ai Little AiSwvtaOT be Integrated Into the force next employment.The scene Watch ers, Mr. Charles S. Warren of grandchildren and eight great-

$5 / week; and 30 will be An Air Force spokesman later Lakeland, with whom she had grandchildren.
e.M.nth more added debate over it revolved
{ quoted. Moorhead that made her home, and Mrs. EarlC. Services will be held
,11 nf O/I. later. He said the 250 min the plane tomorrowat
around the need to hire Poles
On Hot Rex of Los
r"ea lido ears 0' lit had experienced difficulties Spots Angeles; a sister, 2 p.M. at the Seidel Funeral .
a.1M Aftd (or "ual/fo 1111II ccmia force ultimately will be Increased .! to mike Polish aau.'a., Italian \ .
All M... p .rlM Ado ,. Moorhaad earn to earth In a : Mrs MoonaPauld- Horn chap, with burial la Re.ergreen
1"I by ,100 man but dldn't'la to cook spaghetti sad Chinese ,
I densely wooded area, the spokesman JOHNSON CITY ,Te> r(AP- Ing Dhiof and two grandchil Cemetery.
109 E. Main St. Open Monday A Friday Evenings Till I / whether the additional SO acton to play the parts of Chinese said. The 1 Instructor built President Johnson kept a close dren.
also would be Panamanian. people In movies. I Funeral services will be held MRS VIRGINIA '
lean-to and fire. Rain SCHUNJIOFF
I a putout watch on Cyprus and Guantanamo -
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
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the fire during the night, Saturday ana tnen summoned PLANT CITY- Mrs. Virginia
but he built another this morn-' his national security adviser at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral Geer (Dicks) Schunhoff, 57. of
,Home chapel, with burial In Oak 2205 Langford Circle died
In,. McGeorge Bundy from at
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND At daybreak, he began walking Washington for a review of'call Hill at Burial the funeral Park. Friends home tonight may Lakeland General Hospital FrI-
out of the woods. When he world problems. day after a brief illness.
from 7 until 9 o'clock
heard planes, he spread his There were no indications that : She was a native of Whiteville. .

parachute as a signal Bundy's trip to Texas was dictated I N.C., and came to Plant
I City from Dundee. She had beena
Moorhead suffered only minor by any new or old crisis
Mrs. Julia J. Martin, 75. of
iruises, House resident of Polk County for
White. secretary
The body of the Iranian was Pierre Salinger press said the President ,Ills S. King Ave. died Friday the past 30 years. She had also
night at a St. Petersburg hospltal '
badly mutilated by the crash. wanted to have a leisurely! I after Illness. She' lived in Lake City. She wu a
a long
Also found at the crash scene look at various world problems member of the Church of Jesus
native of Ireland and
was a
was the body of another victim -with Bundy and invited him and Christ of Latter Day Saints of
came here In 1920 from Newport
man tailored a rabbit.High Mn. Bundy to fly down have R.I, She was a member of, Winter Survivors Haven.
dinner, and spend the night at three daugh-
the St. Joseph's Catholic Church

for the lady Winds !the LBJ Ranch. ,'and of the Altar Society. There' ten Plant Mrs.City Wilmer Mr. Inez Fowler King of of
Friend Dies
w.ww.; ,are no known survivors I Lake Alfred and Mrs. Mary Low
The President and Mrs. John- Funeral services will be held
eridge of Carmichael. Calif
Cause Some son came to Texas because of'at. o'clock tomorrow morning ; a
son, Gerald Dicks of Yankee-
skirt and the death Friday of a long-time at St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
town her
Polk friend, Mrs. J. C. Kellam. wife with burial In Oak Hill Burial ; mother and father.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Geer of
shirt sets of the manager of the Johnson Park. Rosary will be said tonight Dunellon
; three sisters, Mrs.
family radio and television properties at I o'clock at the Dukes,
( From Page One-A) in Austin. Steen Funeral Home. i Alice Bauers of Jacksonville
remainedat Mrs. Gladys Martin of Dunellonand
While the President
about 200 miles west of Tam Mrs. Thelma Chalker ofOcala
his ranch 65 miles away, the FOR
compare at $15-I8 pa, which I comprised a First Lady spent the afternoon I FLETCHER INFANT ; three brothers, Paul
low Another Gee of Gaston
pressure" air. with Kellam and his two daugh Funeral services for Debra Klssimmee.
cold air front, high above, Geer of Haines City and Clayton
ten Ann Fletcher, two month old
collided with this mass of air Geer of Zephyr hills; and 12
The Johnaona will be among daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harvey
sale the turbulence blamedfor
causing the mourners Sunday at the funeral Fletcher of 453 Kansas Ave., grandchildren.
the storm for Mrs. Kellam In Austin, who died Tuesday, were held Services were held yesterday
Georg said Initial reactionto at the Church of Jesus Christof
They plan to return to Washington Friday at the Gentry.Morrison
the weather activity was a Sunday night oc Monday Funeral Home Chapel, with the Latter Day Saints with ElderW.
sudden Jump of Theodore Brannen and Elder
temperature .
morning Rev Winston H Price, a former
6.99 ,
followed by a quick drop of Hollis Brannen officiating BurIal -
The chief executive some pastor of the Winston Baptist
about 20 degrees at around was In Lakeside Memorial
paper work drove around the Church, officiating Burial was
Lakeland he Park.
midnight. In ,
ranch a bit". talked on the tele- In Roselawn Cemetery.
said, high for Friday was 13 I Pallbearers were Roy Spears
phone with Bundy and Undersecretary Pallbearers were W. L Mor
at before the Dave Blackwelder, Sherwood
midnight-Just of State George W. ton James E. Stone Jimmy J.
We dare not mention the name city and county were plunged Ball in Washington, and received Whidden and Bill Mooneyham. Smith Frant Milton Daniel J.
Dicks and Connie Roy Hamil-
into the gale. what Salinger called a

of this famous manufacturer Speed IncreasesThe normal intelligence briefing by i RITES FOR MR. GOODE :ton.was: Ott-Laughlln In charge of Funeral Home
weatherman said the Teletype. i Funeral services for Seddon

at these low prices, but you low pressure area responsible Trouble Spots Eyed Goode of 2415 Cambridge Ave., ,

for the storm was detectedby Salinger said Johnson was who died Thursday, were held AMBULANCESERVICE

will recognize the styling before meterologists lying on the brought up to date on the situation Friday afternoon at the graveside

Florida panhandle early Fri at Guantanamo Bay, where in Lakeland Memorial Gardens .

you look ot the label day morning and moving Fidel Castro cut off the water with the Rev. Law M

"very, very slowly up to line to the U.S. naval base at the Mobley, pastor of the Southslde .t yur phm cD,

Stunning two-piece sets, designed noon." When the upper airman eastern tip of Cuba. Baptist Church officiating. very has .' eke
hit it. Georg described Salinger said Johnson also Pallbearers were Lanier Up- night .*
for each other in the mass began to move very checked up on current conditions shaw, Hubert Stockard. Kirby ,
e assort swiftly -crossing from the In troubled Cyprus. Ie Blain, O. B. lewis Carl Adalr r ( rr (

Florida panhandle to the Florida told reporters the President was and Harris Sims DukesSteen I
ed dark, solids
and 1018
prints. straits in 24 hours, with briefed on a Soviet proposal to Funeral Home was In charge of:

most of the movement occurring let the United Nations try for a arrangements ; 417 N. Moss Ave.

l In about an eight-hour settlement of the violent dispute Phone MU 6.2133
period between Greek and Turkish MRS. EMMA STEPHENS I I
Muas He said the Strong winds Cypriots. But he said that, "We BARTOW Mrs. Emma Lar- __
Sportswear were "very unusual" In that are not going to have anythingto kin Stephens. 57, of Royater

they were distributed throughout say, about it." Road. Bartow. died yesterday

the entire state, although morning in the ,J. Hillis Miller Dukes Steen
southern Florida did not experience Medical Center in GainesvilleShe

the thunder shower.In Presley Stuck was a native of Dade City

the wake of the wind and moved to Bartow In 1929 Funeral Home

storm was cooler weather. With FDR Yacht from Dade City. ,I

Forecast for last night, according -
to Georg, was cold LOS ANGELES (AP-Singer'' THORNTONMEMORIAL 310 S. Florida

and frost, with temperatures Elvis Presley has a yacht on

predicted to be as low as 26 his hands. | : 'HOME, Phone MU 2-3123
degrees In the northern edgeof Presley recently paid $55,000 JUtS*>141! A.*.

the citrus belt and In low at an auction for the luxuryyacht > MU imi

ground areas. Polk County once owned by President, ........., ... ambulance service
AaATM/ale was to experience temperatures Franklin D. Roosevelt. He said ,..... .., ..... '

around 30 degrees he would give it to the National!I

MAIL YOUR ORDER TO "JANE LEE" OR PHONE LAKELAND MU 6-1161 Georg said yesterday afternoon Foundation and its March of HEATH
Dimes to be preserved as a historic FUNERAL CHAPEL
"We don't see any danger monument.But Air C*..dihenid Ch**.l ,.,,,... let
to citrus but they might haveto the foundation announced 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICEFOSTJR
fire (groves) In the north Thursday It has no funds to
r ern edge of the citrus belt,," maintain the ship and can't accept E. HEATH, Funeral Director
Cor Lim. end (
I Georg said yesterday It. Ingraham Phone 68201112.A
1 'f

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t, '1'T' \ [? I

War Declared On Traffic Violators I'IA I

"Wolf. Pack" wn turned headquarters on East Memorial Troop C, who became alarmedover were Informed of the growing
lillilir loose on Polk County Friday I Boulevard at :3 o'clock Friday the death rate In Polk concern of the accident rate I'
afternoon and to far the taco I afternoon and by midnight they:County. and were told to make arrests
ties have worked had made 77 arrests on any motorist violating the
t Fifteen Florida Highway Patrol The tactics were begun by Thirteen persons had been law where the evidence was
Trooper left the Troop C Capt. Olin Hill commander of,killed In 35 days, four In the sufficient
first five days of February In Capt. Hill solicited the aid of'
r 1 1 First District Polk County accidents all law enforcement aenclll"both
GroupReactivated Capt. Hill became alarmed on city and county levels,
'to back the atttack on accidents.
Road Budget and sent for help from out-of'I' I
Motorists were also called on
county. Troopers
Hearings SetThe day, and the "Selective Enforcement to help him fight the accidentrate
.a3 7atsNl In Winter HavenWINTER ," or Wolf-Pack tactics by having the motorists I
violations to the I
went Into effect. I report any pa
rh pi Slat Department'sFirst
trol's headquarters.
; HAVEN A group District budget hearings Troopers Briefed I Troopers used unmarked cars
R of World War I veteran have have been tentatively scheduledfor Capt. Hill and Lt. F B. Norris -: and radar to catch violators.
reactivated Winter Haven Bar March 11-12, with PolkCounty' supervisor, talked with the I There was no Indication as to'
racks 813 Veterans of WW I, turn set for 3 to 4 p.m. troopers before they left for i when the tactics would be call.
USA. The ceremony took place their locations. Troopers ed off. ,
s v. Wednesday night In the Leisure on March 11. I aligned _u_.._. ......,
Room of the Tampa Electric Other counties of the district [ T 'If

Building here. and their scheduled times Include .
George Siemer of Lake Alfred : FRANK WILL. .
elected commander of
WOLF-PACK Gin Rf ADY-Stat. TrMn HIM up liter "Sttocriv I.fwt.m.M" unit, ........ IHMWNH. as e "W.II.Psck." the group was ; Cecil Amonette of March 11-Manatee County
..... ... .. .... '. .. ,..... 9-10 a.m.; Highland County. BUY SELL TRADEYou
.It *.tr.1 else .t Hi* FlorU "'.hw.r r rrm lot left tin h J<|" r for r 01" klghw (L. .* IfMtnwtal Winter Haven war named senior -
loul..HI. .. tfcty (**) vice commander; James 10-11 a.m.; Charlotte County
Covnhf Brie., ,. This ic*..t wt tkw. f" .., .ft.,.._ ktfw* the Miller, Winter Haven junior 11 a.m.noon; Pasco County 1.2,, Can Always Do Business With Frank'
vice commander; and Fred p.m.; Hernando County 2-3
TRUJILLO SON WEDS Mullen of Winter Haven chap p.m.; Hilkborough County 4-5
, 'Queen For Day' Producer Sets Visit To HavenWINTER I LE HAVRE, France (AP) lain. pm.March I ywydoyr f| rf tin pty M f r ink'*f
Leonidas Radames Trujillo; 22, I Clarence Groene, of Winter 12 Hardee County,
HAVEN Harry the Florida Citrus Exposition lowing the exposition on nation. son of the former Dominican I Haven war elected quartermailer. 9-10 a.m.; DeSoto County 10.11 FRANKS u_> JEWELRY
Three Winter Haven, a.m.; Glades County 11am-
of the al television.
Mynatt; producer "Queen with the contestants probably
Republic president Gen. Rafael men'were named trustees: Leroy -. noon; Sarasota County, 1-3 w1 r
For A Day" television show will appearing at the amphitheatreat Mynatt will confer with Robert t
Trujillo Saturday married Ewing for 1 year; Oliver' p.m.; Hendry County 2.3 p,m.; DIAMONDS 1U *
be in Winter Haven tomorrow Lake Silver. Eastman general managerof French actress Danielle Gau- Anderson 2 years; and H. W, Lee County 3-4 p.m.; )Pinellas
with a team of' technician. to The Florida Citrus Commission the exposition tomorrow to,bert, 20.Some. Himei, 3 years County, 45pm.William "DiewenoV lreker>' 1 IS Eeif Meir. Street
make plans for the show to be Is footing the bill for the work out some details of the The veterans will meet on the I
taped here during the week of show which will cost S45.000 to I show. A staff of 40 make up the of the peaks In the Appalachian -fourth Wednesday of each, Hyde Wollaston, British -
tape. TV station WFTV channel production department for the Mountain system are month at 7:30: pm. The next t: scientist discovered papa
March 8-14. 9, Orlando will tape the Ihow.1 show, which features Jack'more than 8,000 feet In elevation meeting Is scheduled for Feb. dium one of the precious platInum
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4-A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. I, 1K4 After Nehru. Who ? ? De Gaulle Sees


As Only SolutionBy

Is Outside? f,, .. ,

SOMEWHERE deep in the bowels Governor based his statement soundly C. L. SUUBERCER

of the earth is a war-plotting room on constitutional law, of which he is an }',. Jerk Rimes:

manned by agents of the Devil. Huge astute scholar : Mao PARIS Tse-tung- Having, General recognized De

maps adorn the walls, and fat red But we are not too concerned herewith Gaulle is out to neutralize

thumbtacks pinpoint the globe's trou- spotlighting the trash in Gover : Southeut Asia. Ha believes
v this Is the sole way of saving
ble spots. nor Bryant' back yard. The subject at what Is left of the area froman ,

hand is much more important than eroding communist tide.
tack shines from Ocala
One evilly
He doesn't this Is a
mere political nit-picking. are con-
Marion County, Florida. desirable solution, Just the
cerned here of
with an issue terrifying 14- .
only one.There
And like an aspirin commercial on ramifications.
I Is a contrast betweenDe
television, annoying little buzzing i Gaulle's approach to partitioned i

sounds provide frantic signs of distress. IF OCALA POLICE can single out a Viet Nam and Ms

1 whites from a picket line and charge views on partitioned Germany
There Is headache in Marion County, It them with breach of the peace while try In private he says that If Ger- t4
is time for the world to take a look. r many were neutralized France
leaving other pickets untouched, then and all Europe would also :
An aspirin now might well ward off Ocala police also can; soon be neutralized. Therefore

major surgery later arrest one-legged men because he opposes neutralism In Eu-
tope. But in Asia, where
Marion County is having racial their deformity revolts the public eyes f France lost Its dominant position !-

trouble. It is a rather common maladyin and tends to break the peace. after Dienbienphu. he '

the South these days. Public schools arrest bald men because their I favors It because he believes C. L. SULZBERCERglstical

closed in Arkansas and It unavoidable support and reserves
were Virginia
baldness revolts barbers and tends to
Washington, which was em
from Tunisia and Morocco.But .
blood was shed in Mississippi and a break the peace. barrassed by De Gaulle's acknowledgement neither the United StatesIn
cast his body across a univer- of Mao and
governor arrest transient motorists because Korea nor France in Viet
in Alabama. Marion disturbed by his failure to
sity doorway local resi- Nam or Algeria was willing
their traffic irritates
is another twist. consult us. Is even more ,to risk spreading the war
County providing yet :saws '
dents and tends to break the peace. alarmed by his support of across international frontiers.

arrest Catholics because their neutralism in Asia. France Is Consequently Korea and Viet
THE STORY popped last July when In
no longer engaged war
Nam were cut up and Algeria
Negroes began civil rights demonstra- meat fast on Fridays irritates butchersand there but the United States I.. evacuated

tions in the cattle-rich county. Such tends to break the peace. By recognizing Mao and supporting

acts are rather common, as witness the arrest Jews because their business I did neutralism, refused De Gaulle to GUERRILLAS sustainedfrom
something we
tremendous demonstration last acumen revolts merchants and abroad can last a longtime
Augustin Voice of the People even if the local population -
Washington But racial expression is tends to break the peace. l'OrFlln Nlalts doesn't wholly embrace

not easily accepted in Marlon County. From such a thing, terror springs. I them as in Malaya. And it

Arrests resulted from last summer's social If the Ocala method is sustained as guerrillas are so sustainedand
This Is The Page do when France was still gain Important local support
sj w i B Ledger's Opinion
protest, and ultimately 17 were principle, no man is safe from persecu- fighting Algerian nationalists; they can endure almost
found guilty In County Court. tion. All the police need is a superficial we refrained from recognizingtheir indefinitely In Algeria and

The interesting. One difference-whether it be skin color or Thb. oo'it.rlol ,... ...., eke n.wi,*,.,'. .wa .,1,1.... on "' ...., .. c.m nt ..*..... to Hi. regime. There Is emo- Viet Nam.
such olto'n ..Iu", .. It woks,., Hit opinions ., ......, In ko V.tc. .? the ,..,!Ie Cel_.. .Uffon HIM* tional if not political comparison. De Gaulle's Asia policy
was resisting arrest without violence- religion: It Is precisely on a prem- ko sitM end ..or rim .,Iter'. ........, but MUMS will a. withhold' upon m.*. A fetter .....1. ..* seeks France's eminence in

whatever that is. The other was drawn ise that Adolph Hitler acted when he OM004 ISO w.*.4.*, and Mttry eoniwt a* m... Th. Udfor. roMnro the rlfhr to nine ..f lotto, lit the nonaligned world and now

from an obscure state statute requiring fed six million Jews into gas ovens. thofto it. Opinions of cohm.ioH 04 ....... contributor .,,.. ......... on this ,*... WASHINGTON detests the forces the United States to
written identificationof thought of Southeast Asia neutralism face an awkward dilemma:
because we have seen either spread, the war and
AT ISSUE is.not only the right to
their sponsor about Christ. Also, they were how badly it works in Laos thereby sacrifice m moral position
picket-although that itself is impor ClarifiesA Questions and we know Peking endorses
We pause here a moment to wonder warned to stop preaching by or get nibbled to death
tant. What is threatened is America'scherished it as a first step to ultimate in a swamp.De .
how Marion County officials would react the religious leaders of that
control. But, while Washington -
concept of equality under the Gaulle suggests Insteadthe
to a poster proclaiming "We Want Point day, and after befog flogged Public Benefit abhors De Gaulle's Idea neutralization of noncommunist -
white be discrIm-
law. For if skin
Opportunity" and carrying the simple a can they were released. it would seem to have but one Indochina and j

signature, "The Black Man. inated against today, then tomorrow it EDITOR In the Interest of But these Christians kept EDITORS Have Just heard obvious rebuttal: to achieve southeast Asia extruding U.S. I

will be Jews, the next day Catholics, the badly confused and already right for on the radio that the dear such a substantial victory In troops. De Gaulle knows this
on preaching, they
misinformed public, I the South Viet Nam guerrilla means the end of the SEATO
millionaires or preachers or paci did fear Commissioners
APPARENTLY the ordeal taught not men or their are again "on
would like that stable
to clarify a point war a relatively alliance but he doesn't think
Marlon County Negroes the techniqueof fists.It contained In the Sunday, Feb religious leaders. Acts 5.42: the march" for a library site. government can be established SEATO, really exists.
picketing legal enough to satisfy Is easy to condemn Governor 2, Ledger on Page 8-B. In the clearly shows that they kept, What a farce Is being madeof there. The trend Is In re

local authorities. For several subse-' Bryant for his dIsInterest-and this we article. "New Anti-Religion right from on house preaching to house publiclyand for this, and supposedly being verse. HIS FORMULA might produce
Drive Feared In Russia," under done for the benefit of the public Our position n\lIltarlly-not convulsive repercussions
quent months they marched with placards are willing to.do. It Is easy to praise the subheading, "Small: they had been ordered to -the poor public that pays politically-resembles that of In Thailand and Malaysia and
unmolested around the Marlon Galnesvillians for raising defense funds Groups. Targets" it read as preach this news by an angelof and Pays and PAYS. France in its Indochina ex- there la a patently dangerous

County Courthouse square. ;* t' t for the persecuted whites-and this: w(. follows: ",mall groups, such God, Acte S:20. Property purchased for a perience or In Algeria. The divergence between Washington
blackswas fjlre willing to do. Vf .,, a* the Jehovah's Witnesses, Now JeKSvah's WUneaaWra parking lot and then crapped.. ,regime and army, wa support and PrlOB the ,Issue, 11
The idyllic march of the : who actively promote non- law-abiding Citizens' oft Who wanted so badly to sell; are not backed with sufficient Neverthe tea*, resentment
suddenly shattered last December 7, It '[' But this is not-Vftgh. obedience t. the state 0' every, country in which they] 'who even then probably had vigor by ''a aufficlent majorityto won't solve the problem. The

was on that day that the marcherswere Our memory harks1 back to an eventof Now, I realize that you could law reside.of They that land do not until resist it any, fingered It for eventual pur.chase Virus.squeeze out the guerrilla Diem regime unpopular as it
know runs ? wasp represented a govern,
not that this is
joined by twelve whites from our a century ago. Writer Henry David in statement The truth is thatIt contrary to God's law. Je The Lake Morton school site This poses a critical question ment and policy in Saigon. It t
owp city of Gainesville. The Intermixing Thoreau was imprisoned for civil disobedience is relative obedience and hovah's Witnesses regularlyand how to those who formulate has gone and should have
: conveniently the school
of white and black pickets was on a tax issue He was visited not non-obedience. diligently study the Bible burned, so much easier to demolish high strategy. If they cannot gone; but now there Is nothing
and are well aware of their isolate and squash the communist but a succession of officers'
mote than Ocala law enforcement could by writer-friend Ralph Waldo Emer- Let me explain. A confidential position) In relation to the and ready for use? Intrusion what is the cabals.It .

stomach. Ocala City Police moved in son, who inquired 'in. shock ,"David check of the police records "Law of the Land. Since The city auditorium-and now alternative? The obvious answer Is Infinitely regrettable
In any city state provo Rom. 13:1: shows the wa start onward. To where? in military logic Is the that De
with charges of "breach of the peace. what in the world are you doing behind ince clearly Gaulle chose to apply
or country will show thatit authorities What Is so with the doctrine of hot This
superior stand wrong pursuit. his views unilaterally at our
Only the whites were arrested. bars. And the substance ofThoreau's is when
only the "Law of
: placed In their relative position present site? There have been means assaulting an enemy's expense. But the obvious U.S.
answer was;' the Land" demands of us what by God, it Is only natural plans drawn and paid for I bases on foreign soil. answer-crushing the Vietna-

IMARION COUNTY is an odd place "Ralph, whit are you doing outside belongs to God, namely devotion that subjection to them wouldbe presume, for that. Has that, The North Koreans and mese guerrillas and producing
for such arrests. It is the home of Gov- allegiance and worship, relative. Jesus clearly too perhaps been tagged al- their Chinese allies derived a viable regime still
ernor Farris Bryant. And it was no lessa when all upright and ,deep-thinking that we make a stand uponCode showed this when he said at ready? It's believable. their real strength from a safe looks like an opium dream
people should be in jail?" word, the Bible at Mark 12:17 haven inside China. Ho ChiMmh's
: "Pay back Caes I suppose If we just sit back South Viet Nam's political
than the Governor )himself stated at Acts which
personage Oh world take a good look at reads "We 11:211.: ar's things to Caesar, but long enough and pay the bills original partisans were stability is dissolving; Laos
who declared last June that the racialprot.estant Ocala Thoreau is imprisoned again. ruler rather must than obey God" The as God's things to God." This lathe we will eventually find out.It's similarly trained In and supplied has been de facto partitionedand

"has a perfect right to dem- account here shows man.that the objective of all Jehovah'sWitnesses been done before, I under from China in the cam- guerrilla supplies stream
first things first stand. paign that produced Dienbien through. Partisans spread and
onstrate peacefully. We are sure the -From The Gainesville Sun. followers of Christ were being
phu and Vietnam's partition.The neither helicopters nor new
jailed for preaching the truth JACK MARLOW MRS. MARIE SYDDELL Algerian rebels drew tactics have checked them.

Ii Tangled Lines In Florida Wafers A Perilous Misuse Of 'Secret' Documents' I

THE CUBAN fishermen who cast stand firm. By so saying he expressedthe

their lines in Florida waters caught sentiment of the American people

trouble in a hurry. Once more American patience has By ARTHUR KROCK for making public the testimony Issue of perjury created by der a seal of secrecy they gathered and deposited In
Jfefatt rfcffimWASHINGTON : .. of a witness whose conflicting sworn testimonyof should be.
Soon the fishermen were in custody been sorely tried by Castro. Reportorial credibility was Impugned by two witnesses and a lop AND THEY should also be case confidence.the Senate In this subcommittee particular

and international lines were tangled. For a while the American peoplehad enterprise and diligenceare the material. And this criticism level member of President troubled by the criterion Im- was the proper recipientof

During the first day or two after hopefully assumed that Castro had not aufficient explanations had also been privately Johnson's staff dealing with a plied In this I instance for the data essential to Its assign
of how the seal of secrecy was expressed at the White House, gift of value made to Johnson choice of the secret documents ment. The President
has the
their arrest, the situation seemed moreor just about run his course that his col- broken on confidential documents where the 'resentment of the when he was senate ma- to be released to the power and authority to trans

less routine. Then came the news lapse was well on the way. In the files of the Exe staff for the release of this jority leader and a kickbackon press-tha discrediting of persona mit such information including -

that Castro had resorted to the retalia- But indications during recent days cutive Department that discredit witness's testimony was made a premium on life Insurance who have acquired a income tax returns, to of.
a witness before the plain in many ways. policies ha bought In this public audience for statements
tory move of cutting off the water sup- have been that Castro and his Russian Dent Investigatory bodies.
Senate subcommittee whichis But It later
developed that lame period. Impairing the confidence of When the method
ply- to the Guantanamo base. cohorts have the Communist regime so investigating the complex the members and counsel of The Democratic committeemen the people in the ethical ls an anonymous handout employed of

Then the situation suddenly looked deeply entrenched that Castro's downfall financial adventure of Robert the subcommittee had not have said nothing on standards of their govern this nature to the press, the

grim. It appeared a showdown mightbe is not in sight G. Baker, former secretary seen or known of the secret these matters in public. ButIf ment. constitutional rights of persons
to the Senate Democratic dossiers on the career of the they are not troubled by Even when the damage Is are violated also. These
at hand. Instead of a showdown Even if Castro were to collapsesoon majority. Inside official assistance witness until they were spread the anonymous release' for inflicted by purposeful or congenital include perhaps millions of

there came American adjustment to however, the, Communist spirit ts required to obtain In the public prints and his publication: of personal dossiers liars or irresponsible citizens who should be con-

the emergency. Water for the base would still go on being'strong, not onlyin such documents for circula-- testimony had been releasedto gathered by powerful characters, or worse processes cerned about this particular
tion In the the on Jan. 20. Executive agencies from Informants of these moral
would be supplied by conversion of sea Cuba but also in other Latin American press. press exposing example, because the govern-
Generally, the decision to Since whose identity and or mental defectives
the credibility of are ment has on file allegations
I' water and by means of American ships. areas. So the clouds of trouble are give this assistance Is an unauthorized witnesses Is among the responsibilities assertions are concealed from available to government that about them of which they areas

Florida's Senator,Holland was quickto likely to hang over that part of the act of a government of the subcommittee the subject and consigned to do not violate the seal of sec- ignorant as they are of

assert that the United States should world a long time.A underling In disregardboth to determine and Is the government archives un- recy or ex parte material their sources.
a fundamental factor of the
investigatory function of con-

THOUGHT-An evildoer listens to wicked lips; and a liar fives heed to a mischievous ton Itt' T1 l1V U ress, members of the subcommittee
gue.-Proverbs 174.: were deeply dis- Potomac Fever
tubed that basic data for this
of the great personalrisk determination had been made .
Involved and the sworn available ex post facto to the
LAKELAND LEDGER obligation of aU guardians of press instead of having been By FLETCIIER KNEBEL

these confidential archives.But supplied to the Investigators Wholesale news: the way things are going in Washington, Bobby Baker
sometimes the content of before or even after, the wit probably won't take the fifth unless they agree to give him a rake-off on the
the documents so obviously ness had testified in executive whole case.
.." Nin !W T) eowm m.Pu .
.l".krl JOHN NAUHItON, VW serves the Interest of higher session
Imperial I Polk County >ni"n" MAIIIIIt .0 SIMS_, Ul.tori .. authority that the victim is not V ,
CISVI HAMM. it* M n..n.World's '
Citrus Center ':. Rrflterl Dinctori OOO Fri r"T. rt AW.tnt. alone In the suspicion that an THUS FAR only one minority Dick Nixon says Khrushchev is the "most able" world leader. Khrushchev
ion uw.wsore i individual act Is not the entire member of the subcommittee ewes it all to the secret ballot. lie made the ballot so secret, no Russian can
MMMM explanation of the breach of Senator Curtis of Ne- find one. '

the seal of secrecy.In braska has publicly taken *

The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686.1151 this latest instance the note of this highly dubious The Senate refuses a tax break to families with college students The
confidential material obtainedfor
procedure, and he did that
Idea is that if a kid is smart enough to into
publication definitely serv- by asserting that the testimony get college, he's smart enough to
JUSSCHIFTION tATES figure out his own tax loopholes.
ed to discredit a subcommittee of the witness whose

0". Tar . ... . $20.10 One Mmrth .., ,. .. .. .., $1.75 witness Don R. Reynolds, credibility was Impugned had / *

Si i. Month ..,. $10.40 W..k . .. .. .. ... .40 whoee testimony brought' the been "forthright, convincing" It was the third marriage for each, but the bride balked at the $2 marri-

Three. Menthe .. .. $ J.ZO Sands. Only You .. .. $7.10 name President and certain Johnson properties into the of and But impressively his colleagues documented.of the age license counter: "Oh, dear, can't* we* go*first class this,time?"

Baker case.MOREOVER. minority have prepared a let
.. ... . the Washington ter to Chairman Jordan that The space agency says It succeeded in 14 of 13 recent launch attempts.
vkllilioa' aftetMOM .c.t S.turd.y end on lu. momhia .f ".1. N. i c. Final results of the 15th blast-off
columnist who came Into is a blanket complaint of won't be known until election day in Ohio.
loktl.nj .
Florid 11102 .
possession of the material aspects of the Inquiryto *

used it as the basis of a criticism date. A tax lawyer who's carefully inspected the new tax bill says It's antibusiness. -
of the subcommittee 1 beta include uwticn on an Not enough loop-holes to keep him in clients.

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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. t, 1M4 !-A
1\Vt t; .f rn.. Wpilif: 'Ci m Cenlct1 Adult Education Will Play Big -Regularly- In The OFFER Business YOUR Directory SERVICES In The LEDGER

"W<:ea O St-: Classified Columns Dial MU 6.1151WORRIED ,
: (] Jl 'KE NPt .. OBtP \ Part In Polk's Junior
) CollegeAdult ._.'u",,, 11.11 1111'11' tI.. """ ,

education will be a ma- It ty School Board and that Board er Sr., a past president of the

Temperatures" In Florida And Around The Notion Joe part of the curriculum of the will make the final decision" club who has been a Klwanlan
Junior college now being established He estimated the college will 40 years g'
STATION H. L. W. Palm Beach ...... 63 58 Kansas City .......... 48 30 Oren G. Turner announcedthat
Polk Dr Fred have annual
Daytona Beach ...... 54 .0 Little Rock ........... 60 22 County thel an payroll of $500- a delegation from the Lakeland SONOTONE THE
for is
Ft. Lauderdale ...... 70 55 Atlanta .............. 45 28 Los Angeles .......... 74 49 lenfesty recently chosen '000.More club will attend the lunch ;
Fort Myers ........... 60 52 Baltimore ............ 40 31 Louisville ............. 41 H residency of the Institution, toldl' students are commutingto eon meeting of the Klwanla in to see
Gainesville .,.........53 38 Birmingham .......... 47 28 Milwaukee ............ 28 13 anil members Club of the Lakeland : junior colleges than ire enrolled Mulberry Tuesday. -.- ..,? company
Jacksonville .......... 53 37 Charleston ............ 50 38 Mpls. St. Paul ........ 21 S at their luncheon In other Institutions he
Key w>st ............ meeting Friday at Morrlson'l.Vocational I said reporting that "a junior If you need expert help on a hearing problem thousandsand
58 Chattanooga ,......... 45 28 Montreal............., 78 20
LAKELAND ?.....,14 41 Chicago .??.......... 32 19 New Orleans ......... 55 30 training will bepart college makes it possible to educate DEAF MAN PERFECTS thousands will tell you Sonotone is the bc&t
Miami'* ................ 69 67 Cincinnati 1 : 38 20 New York 39 31 of the program he said, at less than one-third the Thousands have also found many through sad experience
Orlando ..ae.......... 54 47 Cleveland .::::::::::: 24 l 21 PhoenixPittsburgh...:::::::::::, 68 30 adding that "we have great cost of serving students In a TINY HEARING AID elsewhere that Sonotonc Is the most economical in

Pensacola .......;.... 48 32 Dallas ................ 63 29 ............ 25 21 plans citrus for and students in Interested in senior college.'" MINNSAPOLla. MINN_A Nmtrk- the long run.
St. Petersburg ....... 50 46 Denver a.............. 45 29 SL Louis ..........:.. 39 24 culture" other phases of ag The speaker was Introducedby obit list h..rlni and .... bma wrIKU4 In 33 years of leadership we have led the way in superior
Sarasota ............. 54 51 Detroit ............... 27 20 SavannahWashington ............. 50 33 Walter E. Engle Jr k? nu she hu Ore herd hearing aids guaranteed service, established local offices,
Tallahassee ...........51 32: Houston .............. 60 28 ........... 44 32 When the college is opened in. John R. Wright spoke In tribute oj knrlni lor. swab Ua ?eo". helpful policies
Tampa ...............55 44 Indianapolis .......... 35 17 Wilmington, NC. ..... 47 38 temporary quarter at the Bar.tow to the memory of Seddon This until attic. hH .. tuillni. company
Air Base next autumn, the Goode, a longtime member of sands or. oril. truiuniulni andsand This Sonotone service is not more expensive. Hearing
library will have minimum of' rti i.Mntt assess d. unuiutl ,.. aids long-range investment. dead loss if
a the club who died Thursday are a They are a
a a ltpdtile1tt1 nn Idea in t product M union
Jl 0,000 volumes, he said eXPlaln'l The club then stood In silent mural knrlniIt tossed into a drawer after a few weeks Sonotone seeks to
GAADc 2. Ing that the number lifetime the economical
tribute after which a prayer VM tfvlep pclftlly for Ihot provide hearing way.
will be Increased as rapidly at was said by the Rev. John R .....n.. who. e.a beer but ....t 5nanstead. Sonotone hearing aids are priced to fit all budgets. All
possible to meet the accredlta.1tlon This ntw Marine inatnumntorosideo
Hunt pastor of Methodist Tem '....-1..1.* hearses with thwnrtr can be purchased on easy credit terms. Plus our unique
requirements of the Southern :
pleA vlrklni up tpMck. MundtliviilM replacement plan company sponsored in 48 states which
1 Association of Colleges and Kiwanis Legion of Merit "' sad radio >t his .w.Du .
means you never need be without your Sonotone hearingaid.
Secondary Schools.He certificate was presented by > U the use ef tru.liu>n. the Remember the best Is never expensive.SONOTONE.
predicted a minimum open Thomas W Hook to T R. Tuck. user east U aslnmrit low. Th is.
..n ing enrollment of 500 students trum.nl woltkt .."> H o.. It U
bout till >... ef ...in. thlmblohardly .
Alluding to the controversy In c.I.to Mlleble pet powerful.Sond .
Polk over selection of a perma

4 -.- LJ ;: jl ent site .for the college he INSURANCE. SIRVICKlanltr : .UMrd tour t* TB.KX name: : tut Dent cddrnu B-J. .n 3054Kioouwr the trusted name In better hearingor 33 years
aid, "I have been told nothing Bird? Mlnnnpolit Ulna
about a permanent site The Upshew, I Inn will. bi wnt lull Information 217 East Lemon Street, Lakeland

I State survey team will makes !**. 2JSSS5 thous, eat oblliktloa whwtnr.. Telephone MU 2.7816
ear s recommendation to the Coun lOa a. teaa. a.e M. sMdtra -Adv.
lotteries for All Hearing Aids
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.ea.. e..alla..emrw ,. OPEN TOMORROW 'TIL P.M.

ear.eyr.p.' .Iariew.leseM t .y en nem 9

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'- aw.a.wr.- gala Ices 21/f AND EVERY MON., THURS., FRI. NIGHTS
Charge It:
Florid w.. Uiheel ky high wind eel rain .,14., night" *i ale hoed mevtd rapidly down

the state, hut ....,.11, worming' romporotvroi were "'-.at today with filing, tompororvrok eel .
light ..rio"lo wlndk. Lowt In trie 10'k end treat were forecast for '0"' rook !... night. AP Wire

photo) Weathcrcast 1 Bargain Days

a""'" e araMaa Fair skies and rising temperatures
B were forecast for today

a++..... g with an expected high of 64 rI
degrees and light variable
':' ,,
C -- winds. Forecasters also call for

Zones a moderate low humidity. I
Muse A low In the 30'. was expectedthis h

, \ 1 morning with some frost in
A: Fair through tonight. Not cow the low areas A low of 45 de I
t quite so cold today and tonight. ::1. ems" 7- grees Is forecast for Monday
High today In SO.. F morning ,
BCD: Fair Sunday with E G
highs In the 50's
E F G: High Sunday around w. : Opera ConductorDies

60.through Winds north variable 5 to mostly 12 miles; west an .1.1Iy In ItalyROME ,

hour. fJ.
HI J: Fair Sunday with highsIn (AP) Vlncenzo Bel

I the 60's Winds variable most ; lens long-time conductor aNew I
northwest and north 5 to 15 York's Metropolitan Opera
miles an hour. House died Saturday of a hear
rt m Fair and rather'eQlcf Sun. W'a'; .."'" ..... tlmmt.. H* would .have beer "'1
r daytwlth, the high In the 80'a. 78 on Feb. 17.

t.1 I Princess Irene To Marry; !

'f Loses Rights For ThroneTHE

HAGUE (AP) Prime right of succession to the throne!Inet met In extraordinary ses ;, ip +
Minister Victor Marijnen disclosed of Holland in order to marry!slon 1,
Sunday that Princess Spanish Prince Don Carloa de
The Dutch radio dealt with f
Irene has chosen to give up her Borbon y Parma. ""'
The premier emerged wearily the announcement of the engagement -

from a post.midnight palace coolly confining Its F
Dr. DeLongTo meeting with Queen Juliana. broadcast to the bare essentials. gg MR- R', X :N ..
The Dutch radio broke the r

Speak AtTabernacle Netherlands' rigid Sabbath observance The special Cabinet session,
to stay on the air for
the announcement. explored the facts they were SPEC1ALjI1Fresh

The prime minister and Ms faced with: Irene's secret con

top aides had spent five hours version last year to Catholicism,'' BEDSPREAD
Dr. Russell V. DeLong of St. with the queen, Prince Consort her engagement to a Catholic QUILTED
Petersburg Camp Meeting Bernhard and the two young prince of Spain and her positionas
speaker author educator and lovers exploring all the problems second in line to the throneof
world traveler, will preach the of the royal romance. the 400'year-old House of
opening sermon In the large' Irene, next In line after Crown Orange. I

tabernacle 3335 S. Florida Ave. Princess Beatrix, appeared to The Inner Cabinet composed
Thursday night at 7U: o'clock. have solved the knotty constitutional of Premier Victor Marijnen the spring prints, stripes or Colors And prints toke on anew Luxury weoves view spring with

Dr DeLong Is nationally problem, by a decision of vice premier and the minister? solids, quilted top flounced skirt! look quilted to the (floor! new designs' deep puff-quilting!
radio speaker have her own of and
known as a justice interior then
ing preached for a number of Makes StatementThe joined with leaders of the five Bored. with your winter look? If you haven fried the effect a elegant, hlgh-fathlon: fob-
years on the "Showers of Bles: Dutch political parties to due H... i a quick and Inexpemlvt guiited-ta-tha-Hoor iprtod can $ with (he deep, puffy quilt
sing" radio program heard on prime minister said in a cuss the issue.Holland. way to hove a chong And K> $ create her*'s your chance 9Th. you expect inly ot far$
500 stations and statement: many pretty styles to choose 5 at fabulous lovmgi! Exciting priced' Shimmering' tex
approximately "The princess let It be knownto from oil beautIfully quilted deilgner prints, beautiful fashIon unusual print. superb
14 foreign countries He Is list the government that It is herwish deeply flounced Only a special solid, colon oil elob- colon Fine detail from heavy
ed In Whoa Who In Religion, that bill to fabric buy mode this low price orotely qui:ted, carefully finished corded edges to DaeronB polytiler -
no grant con
and Who's Who in Education. Regrets possible: twin or full I twin or full cellulose fill I twin or fullas'S
sent for her future marriage i
This is Dr. Delong' eighth will be submitted to the States
engagement as a speaker In the General (Parliament). O.i the:Defeat Of Tax

Lakeland Camp Meeting. : basis of the above circumstances ''
Also. Dr. Roy S Nicholson. decided TWILL .
the government not
former president of the Wesleyan I to promote 'submission to sucha Credit Proposal Penney's is your headquarters forWOMEN'S
Methodist Church cf America bill. WORK PANTS

author. educator and camp. The announcement of the engagement WASHINGTON Sen. Spes-
meeting evangelist will be present I capped a week of rumors sard Holland, one of its strong
as engaged speaker through and political controversyabout supporters expressed deep regret 244 UNIFORMS
out the 10 days of the meeting.I the princess. Her conversion yesterday at the defeat of GREY-TAN
The Rev. James Lentz. with the to Roman Catholicism from the amendment which would r
World Gospel 1 Mission, of Ma. the Protestant faith of the Dutch have restored to the tax.reduc 100% Sanforized cotton. f
non Ind. will also be one of Royal house and choice of a:tion bill now under Senate debate Long-weoring, full-cut over COTTON BROADCLOTH
the engaged speakers this year.'Spanish suitor cost her the four per cent stock Penney proportioned pattern )
The Rev. Mr Lentz has traveled 'her place as second in line to dividend credit. Sues 29 lo 42BOYS' 1 COTTON PLISSE 99
around the world and evan the crown worn by her mothtr, The amendment. Introducedby i 1

gelized In many nations. Thisis 'Queen .Juliana.Prettiest Senator Thruston Morton for ,-t 1 : Come see these wonderful wash 'n wear fob.
in the
his first engagement of the family's four himself and Senator Everett
Lakeland Camp.Professor I daughters and outranked only Dirksen was voted down 47 BROADCLOTH rice. Only Penney's con offer so much for so
Byron Crouse of by her sister Beatrix. 26, Ireneis to 44 following intensive debate r
little Sizes 8 to 18 and 14'A to 24'/z.
Wilmore. Ky., will conduct the 24. Prince Carlo. Is 33.:: He lea PAJAMAS
music. The public is invited I tall Oxford educated man Holland, of Bartow who wasa Y
who has been a coal miner, a staunch advocate of the four
parachute champion and a tap- per cent credit provision whenit 167
Alabama GroupTo tain of aviation in the French was originally adopted In 1954 w.

army said "I deeply regret that we 100 % DACRON SHANTUNG
The prince is the son of the lost this battle for It will adversely lO'o wrlnklt-reiistant cot.
Ask FloridaFor head of the Carlist branch of the affect many Floridians ton. Proportioned fit, wroth

Spanish royal family Prince of modest means whose incomesare and, wear, littlt! or no Ironing r Beautiful '100% Dacron ot such low Penney 499

Of State Xavier 74Chances. derived from stock dividends Sizes, 8 to 16 } wash 'n
Part I of Carlos ever reach ." prices Completely wear, no Ironing

ing the Spanish throne however Had It passed the Morton- { ever. Sizes 8 to '18.
MONTGOMERY Ala. (AP- remote Generalissimo
appear Dirksen measure would have I
Members of an Alabama interim Francisco Franco seems to favor -provided that the tax bill retain COTTON TERRY I
legislative committee are plan-. the branch descended from the four percent credit, li
ning a trip to confer with FlorIda the last king Alfonso XIII, I if though placing a $300 limit upon
Gov Farris Bryant about annexing and when the monarchy It re-I the amount of the credit that ,
part of his state to Ala That branch la headedby could be used as a tax offset % DACRON KNITS
bama. Don Juan de Borbon. he explained $ \\\100

the The northwest committee Florida wants panhandlewith to merge Choice Approved I 12 for 1 and Two-Piece Styles
Alabama.The Queen Juliana and Prince 895 TO 995P.nn.
group unanimously de. Bernhard apparently approved DUBLIN, Ireland (AP)-Fred- ..,'. cotton terry wash The most forward styles in today's most desirable -
elded to ask Gov George Wallace -Irene's choice. Bernhard flew to eric H. Boland former president cloths In assorted colon, In
to set the date when he Madrid in a royal Dutch plane to of the U.N. General Assembly package, Bg I2"x)2') slit, fabriC. The uniform with real fashion

could accompany the committeeto ferry her home where there, has joined the board of appeal. Never need Ironing. Sizes 8 to 18
Tallahassee for talks with was an Icy air'around government John Power and Son Ltd., makers '' I
Bryant. halls and the 13-man Cab] of Irish whisky. I


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Oswald's Mother Will, Defend Along The RidgeBy


Son Before Commission Monday Ledger Ridge Bureau '

US Edfewotar Drive, ,. O ... 441 Totophom 172.1112WINTER
WASHINGTON (AP) The her eon to be an assassin.Oswald's the malcontent Marxist fired HAVEN
other woman In Lee Harvey Osw young widow Soviet r
.ld's life Ms mother will try born Marina Oswald wearll]
I When a group of World War I veterans got together *
on Monday to convince a completed
presl, Thursday night I
here last week to reactivate Winter Haven Bu--
tribunal that
only four-day interrogation on th
"trumped charge. make out facts which convinced her the: racks 613 they rekindled the spirit of a group of ,erv-
--------. --- --_ __n_____ .___ h__ icemen who have been almost forgotten by the prt-.
ent generation.
The vets will hold monthly meetings on the fourth,
Wednesday of each month at 7.30 p.m. at the Tampa,
Electric Building. They also,plan to get the women'
fAIMPERIAL auxiliary started: again .
The. commander of the Barracks is
George Siemer of Lake Alfred, who .
it with the building department in that .
town. I
Jo '
Assessments Draw Fir t
ROOM : Property owners along Grace A
r nue and 22nd Street in Haines ve-l
Now Serving Breakfast at '7:30: A.M. jammed city hall Thursday night
protest against assessments for
Dinner Served Monday and Friday ; II the two streets.
I The property owners, many of CARROLL
4:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M.
: *
'" them grove owners said that since the
For Your Dining Pleasure '" LUTHERAN CONVENTION -Amons .**.*" ef. convention of the Florid. streets were through the groves and there were few
edy."t.* Le,"'.*'. L..,,,., to b. hold In Winter Hovon's Grot Lutheran Church houses involved they were against the assessments
MONDAY NITE MENU the l loft the .*.. August Bemthef, pmrer of the church....-end president ol others protested the proposed cost of nearly $4 per
of the Lutheran Church Mbeovrl. Synod; Dr. III,...* C. H".I ..h1I1I, front foot
APPETIZERS .. *f the Florid' District Lutheran L.,"'..'. Lee,...; eel Chats Shorter The commissioners decided to withhold setting
Chilled Print Juke .1J Gulf Shrimp Cocktail .'7S "".... the assessments until next meeting in order to study
Chick. Sap Supreme-Cup .20 the matter further.
Schedule Out For Citrus
-4 Reoor Prim Rib of Beef .. 'IMS, Bokod. Idaho Potato, St..", ..
Broccoli, Teasel Soled' . . . . . 211 Commls- by the Industry Research Advisory Most of the material Is devoted Building Increases
Rent Ion* lilond" Duckling, II..,.... Cornbread Dr..I",, distribu Committee of the Com- to the control of various January building permits issued indicate that both
Pelted. Idaho Potato, Horrerd Pasts, Pineapple, and Cottage mission and Is based upon In- scales, mealybugs whitefliesand commercial and resident building is on the in
Ckooto" $.lod . . .. ... . . .I.60Broiled 1964 edl-; formation furnished by the University aphids; citrus rust and this area. upswing
KlitffUh' S...... Umen I..lter. ..... Idaho Potato, Dust of Florida's Agricultural spider mites, fungus diseases,
Sliced. Carrots. Cole Slow . . . . . USSoureed I of the Experiment Station and Agricultural -and physiological sprays. At Lake Alfred the January permits were valuedat
Iw..t Bads In Win Sovco, Salted ...h. ,_... pub- Extension Service; the Hooks said. $23,020, against' $21,450 last January.In .
Horverd loot, To.nd Salad, . . . . I SO I Florida Florida Department of Agricul Winter Haven the valuation of the January
ture's Division of Plant Indus- The University of Miami today permits jumped about $85,000 over the previous Janu
DESSERTS accepted try; the Florida State Horticultural is the largest independent ary. The $318,339 figure for this January includes the
Blueberry' PI,. .25 Ckocolota' Mock Cak. .20 of In- Society; the United States university In the southeastern $93,101 American Legion Home to be built near Lake
Pumpkin, PI. with Whipped Toppino .25 I of cit Department o f Agriculture's United States spending nearly Silver, and an automobile agency costing $47,700.
Agricultural Research Service, 28 million dollars annually to
lEVERAGES only Horticultural Crops Researchand educate the youth of Florida *
Iced or Hot To .10 Prettily' Pawed Coffee .10 Hooks Research Division of other 49
II Entomology and most the states Beauty Contest Planned
,..t"",. or Snk .15
( .
; professional consultants as well as young people from
I, Speaking building brings to mind the Feb. 22
compiled and commercial firms. 53 foreign n.tlon.
of homes in Winter
parade Haven, sponsored by the

SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND Greater Winter Haven Home Builders Association
Included in the activities will be the crowning of
\ a queen to be called-Miss Parade Of Homes.

The contestants will be sponsored by business
: firms and organizations in the area at a cost of $50.
per entry. The girls must be between 18 and 25 yearsof

,}... : : : age.
t :.,> ?t IIJ Action DelayedThe I.

..... '",. I Winter Haven City Commission has again
postponed action on doing something about the old
Public Safety Building
The reason for the postponement of a feasibility
t.. report that could either recommend a new building or
) BROTHERS utilization of two of the Florida Citrus Exposition
.I-, .. .. buildings near 'city hall came from a statement by
f, City Manager C. C. Ryan. I
., .. Ryan saidthat architect Gene Thompson who Js i ,
L/ "' 1' .i : a doing the report, Is tied up on plan lor-\h.lft.w'| /
Havend area fire station and that that project nulat 1-\
f fh ; .'iW "f"iY': ; ''> '' !l1x1. 1 IA"A.L .. come first f k ,

.p ,,if ,: !: > ; IJ ITlIXL *, *

',: ,,/- \ New Color Tried f
:A'Al.J J. The Winter Haven Fire Department has been
/ d'' tl1U.lK.? aelftln busy repainting fire plugs as an experiment.The .

r t. plugs have been all red. The new color is
f- black with white tops. I
bM f fcmui wabxi eJ The firemen will soon paint white tops on some
of the red plugs and then decide which ones show up

better at night. '
r The idea for the experiment came from City Man
ager C. C. Ryan, who said he believes that the black
Come see how Karaston has adapted timeless I and white will show up better and will also be more

..", contrasting.. I
'.' designs Into unmistakable luxury. Permanently *

). : moth-proofed deep, thick wool pile, In Jewel- Crime Rate Shows Drop
Chief Munsey Smith in his annual crime reportto
like colors, Is woven Into velvety softness for a the FBI, showed that Winter Haven's major crime
rate took a 15 per cent drop during 1963.
I.' lifetime of wear. Karastan rugs cost no more Major crimes are murder armed robbery, forcible
rape grand larceny and the like.
than ordinary rugs, take no more care than an Chief Smith gave his men credit for making the
city safer and for solving many of the crimes quickly
I' occasional vacuuming and transform even *'

..' the simplest setting Into magnificence. Carpet Fire Chief Renamed
The volunteer fire department of Haines City has
shown; 8' 8" x 12'. re-elected Marvin Ratliff as its chief. Also elected
t were Darley Black assistant chief and Elton Cong

Amerlc.'* fmetr power-loomed ease ... don,captain. Bill Waters is secretary of the volunteers.
Chief Ratliff announced that firefighting courses
Maas Floor Coverings will be held for his men in May. They will be taught
by an instructor from the Florida Fire College at
W Ocala
: .:; *
A '
a. Paving For AuburndaleCity
1 Manager Bruce Canova said recently that
f .a 'l 1 ya, ?.'.:, rrS .:: Auburndale will soon begin a street repaving project
i, that will make about a half dozen city streets safer
rx r t, and more comfortable for driving.

Auburndale also plans extensive street widening,
'- and will continue to push removal of old buildings
.':\ that are eyesores to the public.

,i..t The use of city labor on the street projects will
keep the costs at a minimum. Removal of the old "
I \ .ti buildings is done by the owners at their expense.' ,
t Skx "
r v \ ..
I:;' Warrants Issued Boys' Club

Leaders To Hear

I :;. For Overtime
.J Winter Park Man

it Parking TicketsWarrants Dr. James W Parrlah Winter
1 1
1 1& Park Baptist minister will be
: have been taken''the speaker at the annual din
out by the Lakeland Police ner meeting of the board of directors
Department's traffic divisionfor of the Boys' Club of
Lakeland the night of. Feb. J7
five on charges of
persons at 7 o'clock at the Boys' Club
falling' to report overtime parking building.
notices Announcement of Dr. Parrish
I i Capt. Frank Hustin head of as the speaker was made yesterday
Y the traffic division said war- by M. V. (Benny) Fen-
K' ?j Mt t 1 rants were taken out for: ton, program chairman .
H. E. Freeman of 1244 W. Dr. Parrlsh. who has been
Ume St.. II overtime tickets, heard frequently in Lakeland,
bond of $16Thomas la a past governor of the Flor'
Y 1 J. Chester of 411 W ida district of Kiwanis and has
Valencia St. eight overtime served as vice president of Stetson
:... C e tickets, bond Sll. University DeLand
Ernest Hillard, 424 Jaffa St.,I He had been a pastor at Plant
10 tickets, $15 bond. City and in Miami before be-
B. H. Harrison 810 ClaytonAve. coming affiliated with Stetson.
.. 11 tickets I $20 bond Dr. Jerre W Annla la president
Frances W. Car 612 W, Emma of the board of the Boys'
SL, nine ticket* $14 bond. I Club."A .




} ,'" 4, ';iPlt\illL.! \ 1.' .' "".....1.L".. UICEIANDEDGER., Sunday Feb. I, 1114 7ANIW :"" 'If
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,,,, ',1:, St. Joseph's Announces II

... ""
Plans For New Convent
.u. .
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, '.t. ,. ,., 4:. A convent for the teaching I and given by him to St. Jo-
: ..._ Sisters of St Francis of St Jo seph's Parish to become the
....1.. ; seph's Parochial School will
,. -:". first parochial school in Polk
\, .i' "" t; ...t1 be constructed on the southeast
; "' ... corner of Orange Street County.

:' .. : 1 and Missouri Ave., the Rev. I "We are undertaking a par-
,. 1 ... ., Ishwlde of solicitation .
Iw .... :..; ,,' ... Fr. William J. O'FarrelU pastor campaign
........ : Fr.
.... a Lr of St. Joseph's Catholic this ft. rn 00 n.
.. "' Church, announced yeiterday. O'FarreU said. "We are asking .

The Order of St. Francis has all our parishioners to DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
staffed St. Joieph'a Parochial make a sacrificial pledge over
Iw School since Its inception 25 the. next 24 months.Dr. 219 E. Mole St. I 2637 S. Flo. Ave

ago. Frank P. Murphy, general
MU 6.4159
chairman of the fundraising MU 2-7756
Never Had Convent
program said,"we have
"These Sisters have never 150 men ready to begin the solicitation WI "
had a convent," Fr. O'Farrell of funds this afternoon ,-2.. G
G1YI ; reen.tamps
said "They have occupied .
e. i>.ISWY quarters In the old school "We know that everyone will
building tines their arrival in be most happy to cooperate In
1939" this worthwhile project."

The original school building Campaign headquarters will
...... ; was formerly Morrell Hospital be located in St. Joseph's OPEN ALL DAYSUNDAY

It was acquired In 1938 by School. The campaign office
I CONVENT FOR UKELAND>> TM. It .* .rchHtct's will logic .*..,. It la k.p.rf that tke ....t"t will a* completed by the late William p, McDonald telephone Is 681-0379.

__.ptlM .f ........ I* b* kvilt .t the ......, .! Or..(. S..... Uptomtor, tk* Rev. Fr. Wiltlcm O'Famll, ,.,'.* .' St. J'Ms k's' '
Sod MtoMiri A..... for. Hi. Ntthiitf Slates l .f St. French .! St. I C. kl>4 Church.' MlJ. ,

-J.-...ph'1 '._"lel Se...... A .."....1.1.. .......i.. .... t". pasj.ee j Gettysburg Address

I Growth Of Viet Cong Force Is Traced Printed In BrochureWASHINGTON

(AP) The Known a* the 'first draft' and '
rive surviving manuscripts of second: draft', they are In the i.M i i'J

By MALCOLM BROWNE :tant spearhead In a drive to conquer South Viet Nam Into seven basic arab; the Viet Cong leaders dur;the Gettysburg Address in the Library of Congress, a priceless .. Ill!11. 11' .......h 1
SAIGON, South Viet Nam all Southeast Asia. tones plus special zones for the log the congress.In I handwriting of Abraham Lincoln gift from Hay's children. .0. .... 'YAM
(AP-In less than five years, a I To the man In the street It Is cities of Da Nang and Saigon January 1962 the front be- ,are reproduced In a new folio- I '"The other copies were made I
shadowy political organization The command structure runs came openly Communist for the I Ice brochure published by the by Lincoln for Sanitary Fairs
called the South Viet Nam Na- known as the Viet Cong the down from Interzone headquarters first time, .Library of Congress.A held for the benefit of wounded

tional Liberation Front has expanded South Vietnamese Communists. to provincial committees, Committee Includes Priests history of the preparation of soldiers In New York and Baltimore -
from a handful of members Ironically very few membersof district committees and village I the speech, whose eloquence, In 1864 These document
to a position as America'sNo. the front are Communists although and hamlet commutes. The front's 35-member permanent made it part of America's pa.) are now In the Illinois State Hisorical NAPKINS .
1 shooting enemy. ; Communist members are Provincial committees directly Central Committee Includes rlotic heritage over 100 years Library at Springfield SANITARY
the undisputed leaders. control mobile units and rein- Catholic and Buddhist priests, Cornell University Library at
The front has grown since 1959 ago, accompanies the 102 op en's
from a few thousand organizers I The nominal chairman of the Forced guerrilla battalions, the leading students farmers, peas reproductions.The facsimiles Ithaca N. Y., and the White 'l
to an estimated 300,000 active front, Nguyen Huu Tho Is regarded hardcore fighting forces. ants women, intellectuals and history was written by House at Washington. 1.44 Yae

members. Occasional front supporters as a non-Communist I Regional guerrilla groups with so on. Real power vested In. two prominent Lincoln scholars, The White House copy the 1'lw'83c
may number four to five Tho. a lawyer with a reputation ,less training and generally poorer 'the secret People's Revolutionary David C. Mearns and Uoyd A. last made by Lincoln has ouponDlseo.snt
million. as a lady's man. has never been arms are commanded by district party.In Dunlap of the library's manu come to be accepted as the 1

The front Is many things to t strong figure. : and village committees. the mountainous highlands' script division. i standard version.Cubans. win en..a-0.ww soil Silo CO., Cte. SC 555

many people.To Secretary Holds Power Classical Red Doctrine Skipped making up the northern two- The volume will eo on sale at
an American helicopter While this hierarchy Is In the thirds of South Viet Nam active the library; Monday, for SI.50 a
pilot It is a farmer who suddenly The secretary general of the typical Communist pattern classical Americans and Vietnamese copy. The publication date la i Said
front mathematics .
turns into a battlewlse Viet Communist doctrine Is gen working with mountain tribesmen timed to Lincoln's birthday,
death with teacher Nguyen Van Hieu probably erally Ignored. No attempts have have damaged the Viet
Cong regular dealing Wednesday.
has more power. Hieu has land, old base areas, supply Getting FairTreatment
a heavy machine gun from a been made to collectivize bong's BOOK MATCHES
camouflaged bunker. made frequent trips throughout for example. Communist theme lines and recruiting potentialViet Title From
the Communist bloc In the past of class struggle an rarely Cong brutality in the area The title Is "Long RememJered lox O. 10 looks
Gins Give MedicinesTo two years. Another top leader Is to keep also cost it allies.In ." from
used. Propagandists try | has This was taken a eLI"I"
a remote hamlet resident, Tran Bun Kim. a former executive -their preaching closer to home.I the Mekong River Delta, line In the address In which c 25.6 Value ..1..1 e
of the old Democratic AP The Czech
KEY WEST ( )- -
the front may be a pretty young parly While hardcore Communist the front Is solidly dug In. Nearly Lincoln said at Gettysburg Nov. 9
girl with a bag of medicines for ; cells have been operating! In! half the nation's population, 19, 1863 about the soldiers who embassy official watching out Cowpnn
The real of the of the 29 Cuban Price ,
for the Interest
strength organization Discount
sick and wounded villagers and South Viet Nam since 1954, when' lives In the delta.Vietnamese had fought there four month
. I II in Its tightly knit. theoretically .'I fishermen whose arrest touchedoff wits eu ww.-awwa wll slaw aw.N, 5,555
aD engaging way of talking to the Viet Minh and American olflclala earlier:
cells. The hardcoreorganisers the Guantanamo
children.To interlocking pulled out of the country the ( are now making a deter "The world will little note,
are about 4.000 said Saturday the men are be-
another hamlet resident, National Liberation Front was mined reassessment on how to nor long remember what we,

..l the front may be a selfassuredyoung agents teams organized of four or into five"Agl'Prop" men not officially founded until Dec. deal with the problem. Some of say here but It can never forget log treated also said fairly.He he. hoped they
man with a pistol who 20, 1960. the answers are being lifted out what they did here"
each that the word would a fair trial on the
comes around once a month demanding through the carry By 1960 Ngo Dlnh Diem had of the Viet Cong training manu Allen Nevtns, Civil War historian charge get of fishing Illegally In
his rice tax paymentTo country.A suppressed the mill of and chairman of the
effectively hopes
als. There are high
) typical Agl Proper Propaganda Florida waters, but expected SACCHARINBOTTLE
Western statesmen the armed to the tant quasi-religious sects: that turning the tide. National Civil War Centennial i that counsel for the defense
front la I Communist China's mill., teeth generally enters a village had fought him. Many former But time Is running short Commission says the new publication ; would ask for a nonjury trial. OF .1000.
members of these decided deserves "that rare!lyperml..ibl. tl.ll
.1 .
about dusk Its work
at to begin
In their lot with the word 'definitive''." Swap AskedIn ,
5 Injured The teams general la so simple slogan as of to all bo virtually the- Liberation to Front It seemed to Ridge Stamp Dr. Mesrna and Dunlap note I Miami Beach, an attorney I. 1 I Iwill
opposltio of the five copies of DhsJosrnt
meaningless: "Independ be the only fighting that each said he had asked the fisher Price
In Lakeland the address differs slightly In man's counsel and the U.S. State
] once Freedom. Peace and Unit left.In months the front Club To Meet M4 Ww. .wM. NII Nlw Y.. ho la Ie/
IS or
,. ; tcctloM.1* its first wording capitalization, pun Department to swap the men for
devoted itself to organizing prcvinclal tuatlon. some being held In Cuba.
Auto WreckA The team lather peasants together .
forcibly if necessary -. committees and front aisoclatlons. Tuesday Night They lay In the brochure The Czech official, Frantiseli
and lectures on five bull Then the growin; opening! statement: Tellcka, first secretary of the
four-car: collision just wes: themes: front began to get Its war machine Atkinson ., "The first Is a draft, representing Washington embassy said:
Ward of Port
of Lakeland on West Memorial: Enthusiasm for the revolution, In operation and guerrilla will the -. Lincoln's work before Up to this point, they (the CRYSTAL CLEAR
Boulevard Friday night Injure became Increasingly dangerous. present program The other four are copes fishermen' treated
the certainty of Viet Cong vie delivery. ) are being
five persons, none seriously. tory the need for a negotiate From Feb. 1C to March 3. 1962., at the Club meeting Tuesday of nigh the written by Lincoln after de fairly and I sincerely hope they HAIR SPRAY
Injured were Norma Carlton settlement of the war with a coalition the front held a national congress Ridge Stamp basemen livery of the address. will get a fair trial. I would like
Rogers of 'Lakeland; Charles In the city of Tay Nlnh, at 7:30 o'clock in the to that a prospectiveAmerican e
alleged Benefit
government Written For
1 Joseph H u b r of Tampa, atrocities of government troops,, 60 miles northwest of Saigon' of the Magnolia building, Civic< j juror would; treat
and three Plant City Negroes and the assertion that "all the About 100 Viet Cong delegates Center. "Two of these versions were these men In a fair manner" Cote
Clarence Edward Brooks I Ward who spends his winter) long In the possession of Lin Dlreoont
world Is on our side." attended. He said the men were comortable Price .
Emanuel Mobley and CharleiBrooks. Since the Nov. 1 coup In It has never been explainedwhy In Lakeland and Is a regular attendant coin's private secretaries John and eating well. They wits so ww .cww wq slaw a,.. I.1.a Ile
failed to at the club meeting and John Hay i
which Ngo Dlnh Diem was overthrown government troops O. Nlcolay lave been transferred from a
will show hli
Huber wee the only one to b during his stay 0x20 cell to separate cells of
the All Prop teams have
admitted to Lakeland Genera collection of Famous American ;bout five I men to a room.
also been preaching that the Alumni
Hospital. He was reported ir In'' Jewelry Theft stamps. The set of 35 stamps,,. Southern
United States involved
was Retained
fair condition yesterday.Median honoring American authors,,. Lawyer
I the coup the new government It poets educators, scientists com. Tellcka add that three Miami
Crossed not strong enough to survive Individual Total' May Hit Group Schedules
members of the new posers, artists, and Inventors,. attorneys have been retained although A.P.C. TABLETS
State Trooper L. M. Genet was Issued In 1940. he declined to name
said the accident happened government are contemptible, $100,000 At the last meeting of the club Annual MeetingWINTER them. An arraignment Is sched IOTHI Op loo
the Vietnamese hates the
when Clarence Brooks wan, public Ward displayed a collection of led next week.Attorney .

driving a car west on Memorial new government, and prospects JUNGS POINT. N.Y. (AP-A Christmas Seals which have HAVEN-The second Ellis Rubin said he 27 "
of unrelenting war bring
Boulevard. Mobley and an for jewel robbery that may reach been issued annually for. more annual dinner meeting of the had received no answer to telegrams Coupon
Charles Brooks were passengers -. greater[ misery everyone. 100,000 wu discovered Saturday' than half a century. Auburndale-Winter Haven Alumni to Gov. Farris Bryant a Dlsrount Price .

in the auto. Team Members Specialist when the wife of a wealthy Flor- President Eugene Watson In- Chapter of Florida Southern the State Department.Rubin wits lax.-eww. wq dlw.w., L.. law..
The auto ran across the medIan Individual Agl Prop team, Ida real estate man returned vlted all winter visitors Interested College will be held Wednesday said he made the proposal
strip Gerrell said and collided -. members generally are specialists home from her daughter'* wed in stamps, ss well as collectors night at the Park Restaurant In behalf of nine Cubans
with the car being open In dealing with specific ding. In the Ridge dlstrtlct to attend starting at 7 o'clock. captured by Castro troops in the

ated by Huber. groups of people. Members will Mn. Elaine Plant, 40, told police club meetings held on the Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr, president abortive April 1961 Bay of Pigs
driven by Mrs. Rog and fourth Tuesdays of invasion and for 18 others
An auto separate old men old women that someone had enteredher second ( of Florida Southern College -
struck the Huber car; and month.Study seized by Castro naval units in
era farmers, youths and others Into 20-room house through abasement each will address the alumni. THERMOMETERUYIInail
at the same time Brooks' auto I groups and aim lectures specifically door and stolen two Ann Daniels Adams, former Bahamas waters last August.

was struck by an auto driver.I at their Interests. Jewel boxes from under a bed on Miss Florida and Florida Citrus OR RECTAL

by Clyde Carlton Evans of Tam What one group is told oftenis the first floor. A pocketbook LaunchedOn Queen, will entertain the group I a:'
pa. Evans was not injured. exactly opposite to what another with $400 also wss missing.Mrs. with accordion selections. Mrs. State Telephone
Brooks was charged wit I group Is told. Plant Is estranged from Adams finished second In the Coupes 3 9cwos

speed too great for conditions eats: The high command of the National her husband, Howard M. Plant MilitaryIn 19S7 Miss America contest. Company Growth Ollt'olln' Prfee .
Damage to the cars was Liberation Front is be- who lives in Bal Harbor, Fla. Reservations for the dinner
mated at $1,000 to Brooks' auto,Illeved to operate In Laos with Jewelry stolen consisted of Latin Lands priced at $2. should be sent in sou ww.-a..rw.5.0w e.M Is, Isw
and Noted For 1963
at $1.900 to Huber's car; '', headquarters near the southern pins, necklaces and earrings to the college by Tuesday.
at $300 each to Miss Rogers' town of Attopeu General directives One pin contained 70 diamond., GAINESVILLE W' A studyto Officers of the Auburndale-
auto and Evans vehicle. from the high command Mrs. Plant said. determine the effects of the Winter Haven Alumni Chapterare TALLAHASSEE (APInter-

GerreU was assisted by Capt Isi t are passed to Interzone head- From a description of the jewelry military on the politics of five George Flack Jr? president; County Telephone Co., serving a
Olin HOI Lt. W. B. Norris, quarters In South Viet Nam by police estimated its value Latin American countries Is under Mrs. R. D. Mitchell vice presi 13-county area In southwest Flor.Ida -
Sgt. C. A. Patterson and mem, courier across the jungle trials at close to $100.000 perhaps way at the University of dent; Mrs. Charles McAnulty led Florida's IS telephone LAWN EDGING
bers of the Florida Highwaj) The Viet Cong has divided higher. Florida. (secretary; and Mrs. Pauline companies in rate of growth last

Patrol Auxiliary. The university's,center for Let- Cordon treasurer year Chairman Ed Mason of the 40 FOOT ROLL
In American studies is developIng Florida Public Utilities Commission -
case studies on the politics said Saturday. 69c
role of the military in Argentina Eagle Lake Man Inter-County with headquar- Cote ;

CISL Colombia? the Dominican Republic tert at Fort Myers, sdded 8,322 Diatownt Price .
Mexico and Peru. telephones during the year, an'
VictimIn .
Drowning wNA MU w.wr.eww. soil slaw Yr.d. law/
;: Dr. Lyle N. McAllster director average of 23 a day. I
of the center said the work is. Reports from the companies
supported by a $31,000 gram Lake Lulu regulated by the Florida Public II
I IR Ir' from the special operation. research Utilities Commission showed anet
office of American University ELOISE-A 30-year-old Eagle gain In December of 32,7071

In Washington. Lake man drowned early yesterday -stations, well above the %7,1731'
morning when high winds recorded In the prior MERTHIOLATE
stillcatching !
apparently overturned his boaton General Telephone Co., 1.02. ROTRir
Committee LaudsSheriff's Lake Lulu about three miles up with a backlog that
west of hereSheriff's developed during a strike last :::
1 BureauTALLAHASSEE deputies said Felton summer, gained 7,153 stations In
Davis, who was reported fishing December more than twice theulual Coupon
early yesterday morning monthly number. Disrouwt Price .
(APThe drowned in Lake Lulu when the The Southern Bell System reported .In, son w.wfewea 5515 .5,, 5.,., F's. 5 sue
Florida Legislative Investlgaons high winds and rains buffetedthe its customers had increased -
Committee has commend county. 15,432 in December I
ed the Sheriffs' Bureau for iti Davis body was not recovered above November. This was the
work in establishing a finger until 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon argest numerical gain reported

print procedure for state emloyes. deputies.! by> any company.NANCE'S I
___ _
r as Florida. began requiring fingerprint ., SUPPOSITORIES

-i checks of workers nearlytwo Radio & TVService U'S-ADULT GYLCIlIN

years ago to theck for pow 33o "' a
< Yale ?..
alble law violations. More than (,

50.000 sets of prints have been MOTOROLATV I Coupon II
o STEREO o RADIO o COLOR TV Dbt'oun' Price

George Gershwin was 26 Complete Line of Motorola .". .... ___ wNIw/ a.. red tow..

f.IVI WIll HURT-Tfcr.. N.....(> riding '.. kh. car, were ljur4 wk.n It eas..d sits .... .. when he completed the piano Home Entertainment Equipment

strip ... Wilt Meriel l ....!...,. lot. the posh .f .mthw. c.,. I* alt!! Hr. perms were Injured, sass score of his "Rhapsody InBlue. 802 W. LEMON LAKELAND 412-4445 I
(L.. ... fkct. ly Pnttt. ." I I
a.I, ,. to tkw bar-cat "lli,i n 'rW r .llht. |



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8-A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Feb. I, IM4 IuI -
.! I .

Invitation To Bid II II[ Air Scoop I I

February 6, 1964 Auto Workers' To Seek Increase

By DON EMERSON they ignore It. maybe It will
M kM will' IM r.c lv.< kr /h. Purefc.tlni A.t. Clltr'' N l.fc -
l.ng, a ,N. wnt,1 IaOa AM, bT., T. r.krti r M. 1W4.wftle .< City Airport Division go away, but it won't
ttm ill kitf: ( m.!v>4 Xiall IM vukliclr .... W In th. C.n.fmniw DETROIT (AP) Walter P. In a letter to local unions.'as those provided through auto- automatic wage booster which
fNlwnO/. K_ City H.ll, t.....n*, ".... .n* r... .lwi. tar MwFurnlih Reuther served what amounts which was released here Saturday mation. has added at least 80 cents to South Central Airlines' regrettable There are 30 to 40 thousand

all I.b.*.., ..ul mnt *..4 ..WIN.. I* tfl.m.ntt., and I to notice Saturday, that his Unit Reuther insisted that "no- Reuther has maintained that what Is now the $3 average and tragic accident persons accidents killed each and year in
rtnwv 'jT.kn.wa Civ. '' Hxiw luHdingI / ed Auto Workers Union will where does the council say either hourly pay of auto production auto no oneeven
.. :
:. : 'W''h worker rises at Gainesville hat produced
productivity per considers driving
.CMlUklt' Ml* XfiM ofh.. w.4....". MM4 seek anew this year to Increase that the 3.2 per cent figure workers. of up
... ._, the so-called: "annual Improvement has some special sanctity or more than 2'/4 per cent in the Reuther wrote President John a varied array opinions. but If an aircraft la involved .
.tail..... .1..... oh.tt 'to I. lilt....td tho t of ti.. "..ah.d..' ..a.. but hasn't Some have Mid they will not in an accident it is
.-.. wvN aM .1. \h. aaa too will M .iI. to factor" which automatic. that there is any ceiling that applies auto Industry succeeded son last week the UAW would
a'" .N.eld. air trans.portation
.. ._... ..... I ally gives production workers a to all negotiations, regardless In lifting fie "annual not seek gains In 1964 which in use because l broadcast from coast to coast.It .
.. .... ..
.....rtiill.. a .... c (v of L.k.l ky n.a'In Cwtlflr.... ...Ch..4 k>t .r .000 aid .. . few.,...ot II 'th. .......a will, "... withdraw h> wllhln/ .'<.. 0,..Ln....10).". of Mnwaittv tho ba.an. cents hourly or 2J per cent, situation" last 10 years auto prices, but he pointed to risk Involved.of the have all the news but the extreme

bad.tentfar wi..::0':1"l th* City: *notiM f .....:.t...Mwft., Fieri..ward** lit fltor......nto.....a w.wrlt.n... til....n.*. whichever is greater, I Reuther said that some publications Strike Threatened before taxes profits of almost Others reason emphasis on one and
another is somewhat sole-
ar..at I. $3Y.1 billion reported for 1963
Without mentioning any figure imply the council'sguideposts la negotiating a profitsharingcontract that they have "
kit .hull k* tnclmtf, within .Nn with th* wr4t Reuther Indicated at the same for avoiding a new by General Motors Corp.
with the UAW in
: 1901. a more secure
0104 D alt blMOLITIQN O> ::J CLOG NOw
UILDIMQ. and .IM I r'* n.m..IHIy I n : to tit: *uti<* *.. time the UAW may shoot for a round of inflation In 1964 put a American Motors Corp. fought feeling flying *
Th. Lo....... figure higher than 3.2 per cent rigid ceiling of 3.2 cent on This has been
City *f rv Mt.* rltht/ to w.lv* .lnfrmllll, In per to eliminate the "annual improvement The location of the Universityof than white a good yearIn
any kitf th! *t.*hid rfct that*ny In.II It* ju*kl>*.n.with't will*r without M tor :. .-kwt*nr Intorwt tCOM in 1964 bargaining opening July wage and fringe benefit gains factor," but said Miami as an education centerin driving a car aviation and more effort to
of th* c. 1, Current two-year contracts but he insisted: "Nothing couldbe Reuther demanded its continuance i the midst of South Florida's There are Insure safety Is exerted In
expire Aug. 31. further from the truth" otherwise: he would I strike, sunny climate helps bring it few engaged | aviation than any other in-
CITY OF LAKELAND, FLORIDAR. President Johnson's Councilof The "annual Improvement It likewise was carried for more than SO scholarly meetings to aviation EMERSON dutry In the world. The Civil
Economic Advisers reported factor" first was written into ward in new contracts with the a year Upcoming visitors will who will venture Aeronautics Bureau of Safety
) D. PeresPvrthtllns ,recently that productivity in contracts with the auto IndustryIn Jig Three General Motors, include the American Meteorological Into discussing In'public figures reveal that the preliminary
/ At*"* the nation's private economy 1948 to give employee a :Ford and Chrysler, Society and the Inter- print the fact on air travel passenger fatalityrate
had Increased an average of 3.2 :share in benefits of technologi The automakers make no secret American Society of Psychology, fatalities. They have always in scheduled passenger
\ per cent for the last five years. |,cal, cost'saving advances such I they'd like to eliminate this! among others had some sort of Idea that if service is 0.23 for 1963 as
--- --- -- --- _____ _u___ ___ __ .. ___ ____ for
compared with 0 29 1962.

It also reveals that 70 million
: [. I
passengers were carriedin
IJ) scheduled passenger service
In 1963. This is an increase of
I some 8 million passengers carried .
I over 1962. Airline service
had the safest year since 1957.
IL OPEN SUNDAY The preliminary fatality rate

i per 100 million passenger-
miles flown Is 0.11. This In-
eludes all domestic, International .

iI 1 2 i'cr111 7E r'd1 1 1I tions. and territorial opera.
'rte13, In the United States for the

.. 1 second consecutive year, the
airlines had a passenger fa-
tallty rate per 100 million-pas.
senger-miles flown, of zeros

I *

I' 1 I 1 PASSENGER boardings have
not dropped off at Lakelandbut
1 II neither have they Increas

I nuautr t ed. This Is of real concern,
because if the airline does not
/ board at least 200 passengersa

I 1 month, it will discontinue .
1 1 service from Lakeland. A letter
from Mr. John Wright on
Jan. 24, 1964, expresses the
.airlines' feelings as follows:

"We have Just completedan
analysis of our growth pat.
tern throughout the state of
I Florida, and unfortunately.
Lakeland has not shown a
Lace-trimmed collar and sleeves. Machine
I 358 j I growth factor In proportion to
I r. ,...u ,; wash and wear. Blue or pink Sizes 1020. I cities of comparable size
"In order to maintain any ..
:, BABY DOLL PAJAMAS station with ticket agents, it
J board
is necessary for us to

I ; ::-V.) f.' I h '. Sheer nylon print overlay, satin ribbon trim, T 78 approximately 200 passengersper

,,-. ", Lavender, pink, blue, yellow. ,S-M-L. I ," ') I not month.expect to We,start naturally out with, do

I 200 passengers per month
l p4'- PRETTY GIFT SLIPPERS 4' but are content If traffic
4 0 6 IT shows an Increase In any particular
} \ s..1'' For the young at heart Open back, '' 1 station.

I t closed toe. Gold with silver lace trim. 5 to 10SEAMLESS 267 /. i I "1 have before me the
1 for -
weekly boarding report' '
.. January 12-18. Ocala boarded "
I l : NYLONS r n passengers Galnesvllfe! M 1 .
s, 1t passengers, Jacksonville 59'
k t tiro1c.' Sheer nylon hose, 3 styles to choose from ) passengers, Miami 53 passengers

I II 1\L/ 4!, kI Taupe or beige. Sizes 8 Vi to II. I passengers.and West Palm Beach 30

"Lakeland boarded 13 passengers
I 1 'i : SCHRAFFTS CANDY ; I.b I. as follows; A 'to Mi
,. ami, 2 to Jacksonville. ,2 to
I pound heart shaped box of milk 199 t Ocala, 3 to West Palm Beach.
n chocolates f fr, and 1 to Ft. Pierce. r
tt. 6r I I '"We started service down
Other heart boxes
.624 to 8.97
It I the west coast of Florida on
I Jan. IS, 1964, and in the first
SPRING HANDBAGS full week Venice, Ponta Gorda. -
i 1 t Sarasota, Ft. Myers and

i All new assortment for your valentine of any 4' tb 1 Ft. .Pierce on the east coast,
age Vinyl or straw. All new spring colors. e another new city have exceed.
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I I MEN'S. FAMOUS BRAND r "National's figures when
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I number of passengers we
: have boarded for the last two
months South Central's totals
388White a 1 have been around 100

"It looks like, however,
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tI month, we will have a sharp
collar styles. .14 V2 to 17 II decrease.
"You well know that South
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at tI subsidy and, it must
\ be economically sound tor us

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utilize our airplanes where
1 traffic can be generated. It
may well be that the coastal
runs rather than the inland
runs offer the best potential.
128 "There has certainly beenno
1 sit' d' 1 one more cooperative than

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Styled' by Tavanno continuing efforts to improve
aviation in the Lakeland area.
Brighten up Dad's wardrobe
I It is our present Intention to
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through the end of February
If there is not a considerable
Improvement It will be necessary -
1 PROCTOR to close our station.
MEN'SSLIPPERS 1 l "Your Chamber of Commercehas

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Lakeland. In the event that

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. I, 1M4 loA
S. Teachers In Ghana Deported

Kynes Hits System Of Judge Selectionchanges I
ACCRA Ghana (AP) Six .
against the Impending dcporUlions and a son are with him. Ho laid Seldman 43, said he Intended
teacher at the University o f .) there were four other Amerl- to go on teaching somewhereelse ;

Ghana are of aubversiv being deported on Schuster left Ghana on Friday ana still on the law faculty He In Africa and resume his I ST. PETERSBURG (AP) "Only with dissatisfaction shall, McCombs said the need for some new kind of discs!

s ground activities night, headed for Rome. Ho tolda was sorry, he said, for those ordered New England law practice Atty Gen James W. Kynes said our democracy remain inviolate -council is I studying the establishment pllnary proceeding to cupple-:
the announced
government I
on out, because unlike him of ofIdmlnl.tratlv. ment Impeachment for state officers
later He said Ghanaian students an appellate court
he will said
Four of here Saturday support any Kynes
Saturday. them are reporter he had a mimeographed .
not other had and the
many jobs to go were a* Intelligent appeal
as any ,
Americana and two of the lour order reasonable plan for altering the The attorney general called the
to leave back
on to "and they write better English method of selecting Florida present of naming Judges"a
are The Negroes grounds of state security. He' "It will be hardest of all on than most student In the judges and will aid In any necessary hodge-podge of nothing." I Nixon Gratified By Write-In Plan. I
announcement oveChan said It "
was not specific and he any Ghanaians If they are re- United State revision of the state Judicial The circuit Judges also heard
tlon Into* radio recent said event"In vest reveals If a had no Idea what It meant I moved," Harvey said, "because Seldman's wife teaches economics system T. S. McCombs, director of the I NEW YORK (AP; Former ry, but he didn't ask for It, :
In '"'( have had only three public they probably can't leave the at the university She The new Cabinet member told Florida Judicial Council, report Vice President Richard M Nix Nixon was Interviewed orj
they were Indulging activities
country at all" and their five children will the Florida Conference of Circuit that York radio station WOR
prejudicial to the security of the contact here-my two classesIn a change In selection and on say he's gratified by the New
state.** the university's school of ad The other deportees were expected leave with him. The family has Judge that he Is grateful that tenure of judge I II among project -support of a write-In campaignIn Nixon said he will make i I
I ministration and one public lea to leave over the week. been abroad sine December they are dissatisfied with the' under council study New Hampshire' March 10 trip next month to the Far East:

Earlier of, more President than 2,000 KwameNkrum.h' followers ture on business management," end_ 1962 .state court- system In_addition to)Judicial. I election -Republican-----presidential-- -.--- prlma--..-.-Including- -- .' .South.- Viet-.- -Nam.--i
Schuster said II rwa
--- -- -
Convention People'sparty
swept over the university One Is III I

campus .in suburban Legon He ls on the faculty of Ten'l
shouting slogans and carrying lessee State Teachers i
such signs ai, "Down With in Nashville and College
cam to Africa
Book.Is ny" on Nov. 21.Harvey .

Americans LhUd 41, has had malarial, PEN SU N DAYSUNDAY
and pleurisy. He
These events came four days expected to 0
after hundreds of progovern- stay on the campus several K
ment demonstrators marched more days to recover His wife)

around the U.S. Embassy In
Acer charging the embassywith Committee I

waving spreading signs that rumors read "Down and ONLY! 12-7 SOUTHGATE AND GROVE PARK

with Yankee Imperialism. The Heads PickedBy

government expressed "deep
regrets" Friday night at that
demonstration.The Chamber CMNI.I SUNDAY a

Americans ordered out I M- aqicValuelYou'd
are R William Schroter, presidentof AZALEA

-Dr. William B. Harvey, the Greater Lakeland ONLY
Ch.m'l .
dean of the university law ber of Commerce, i .,
nounced the appointment of the I
faculty since September 19C2, on
leave from the University of following committee chairmenfor
Michigan Ann Arbor 1964: I
)I I
-Robert Seldman a law professor Tourist attractions Charles L.1 '
from South Norw.Iki!,Cooper Jr; advertising, ,Richard V more,
Conn Chamberlain; private avis.
I tlon, Joe Ruthven; commercial \tMEN'S
-Loull H. Schuster, a Negro aviation, John Most STURDYV I
; accommodations +
of business
professor I
Stratton from New Haven,
Beautification N Curtis Peter.: COTTON TWILLV

Conn.Dr. son Jr and Richard Balmond; ELEGANS
A. Jeanplerre, U.S. Chamber projects. Marvin WORK.
a Negro Instructor In the
Henderson; Better Business DI.
French language from New Orleans I
vision Ralph Daughertyi; streets
and highways W, V, (Benny) 'GRANT-MAID' ShOEETS
The others being deported are Fenton I Year
the Rev. J. V Steward, an Anglican C J ,
Budget Dudley Town; cltrus Old 1

Gallon chaplain Greco from, Englandand anotherFrenchl.ngu'le Alan Hart; special projects, Plants r EVERY DAY
Instructor be- Dan Bagley; civic:\ and Jeglsla- $ SALE-PRICED
tive affairs Snow Martin Jr; i
lieved to be a Jamaican
tourist, Donald I K. Sutton; '
No CommentThe ports, Frank Decker. 'I EaI pr. .

deportation orders were Community development. Lanier ., R9. J.29 ; e lint quality 81x99-72x108
Issued a week ago, but university Upshaw, safety, G F Zimmermann -, ; cotton
authorities got them held Jr.; conservation.rec, R'g. 19c a SH-o*. twill pant,cuffed I| ft \ \1 muin*
up awhile University Chancellor reation Clyde McGinn; program -'' bottoms; sizes 29 to 42. I K \ $
Conor Cruise O'Brien, anIrlshm.n. of work, R. Wlllisml I Reinforced seam for L I I' A Sturdy. 130 thread count; 2 3'
Schroter, education, lab teatcd for durability.
also said he tried to George While They Last long wear
get them withdrawn. H* would Anderson H'1 s Vlt-dyeclwaahfaatooton'. y MacielorGr.ntabylead- fore
not comment further Florida Southern College Sanforized to retain fit .. fang mills, they compare
(In Washington, the State Department Gay; executive, R. William I Potted &I Blooming I Azaleas I $1. e Graduated sice* for j\v v' witbthednelt.Savenowl! 81xloa-1.99

said, "The United Schroter; Polk County Junior, comfort t" 42 it :W/ CHUM 4 College, Bernard C Johnson and'
States deplores the action of
the Ghana government a* striking rank: Foster, good neighbor! .' YO 1tFi. :
7: '
a, hard blow against academic John Clark and Seth McKeel; .. : : iI "' ,
freedom" It said that phosphate,. Richard E. EMI. I .-i. .... ., ', ; .: .:F r / r I

before returning to Washington Industrial Warren Clegg,
on Friday for consultations membership, Robert J. Stoneeyj -I
US Ambassador_ William P. and national affairs. LevieD SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER l' GROV6: PARK SHOPPING CENTER
J Mthoooy Jr. had protected Smith! :Jr., and Mark HoUU. I
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jt-A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. I, ItM .___ __ I

II Auburndale Citrus Grower Offers Plan In Fight Against Cigarettes' I I

,. By JOHN CARROLL and a citrus grower for man:y the smoking habit. membership for that reason. One late afternoon Walkerwas
I Ledger Staff Writer of his 70 years, has become I a "The theory of the plan IIi To date Walker has turned walking along and suddenly -
II I tIWuJuL AUBURNDALE Ralph leader In a movement to hell p i>> not to try to force people togive over more than $300 to the looked down at his lapel ,(
Walker, native of Auburndale people who want to give UI p i>> up tobacco, but to help Cancer Society. One member pin and noticed that it was I
them to Hop smoking once sent two checks of $25.00 each being worn upside down. This t
t By Popular Request they have decided to quit the one for the Heart Association. made the cigarette look like, I
( habit" Walker ssld. More than 400 of the lapel the letter V. Since then he has II
Walker's Idea material lied encouraged all of his mem
pins have been passed out or
last fall, long before the U.S. mailed. Some have gone to ben to wear the pin invertedand 1
RONNIE STANCilAT Government released its report Canada, sonrm to California, to speak of the organization t
staling that there li. a some to Texas and to many is the Victory Pin So-
definite link between lung cancer other states. ciety. I
THE HAMMOND ORGAN and cigarette smoking In Anyone Interested In giving I
fact. Walker has been kick. Celebrities Join up smoking, and who wants I i
ing the Idea around In the Television star Arthur God to Join the non-profit organIzation -
FREE CONCERTI back of his mind for the past frey and Edward R. Murrow. may apply by writingto
20 years. Being a smoker himself who just resigned from th" Ralph N. Walker, Route I, II I
he stopped cigarettes and U.S. Information office In Box 875, Auburndale
/ then started again. He hain't Washington, have both indicated I
smoked now In more than two by letters that they wish I
HI NEIGHBOR EBB TIDE years. to join and to push the organization BrubeckConcert I
Victory DesignedIn
MY FAIR LADY MEDLEY WALTZES OLD AND NEW suffered from lung cancer and Set I
order to give the smokeran .b..th have stopped smoking 1
incentive for staying away
1 Several doctors and their
from cigarettes Walker decided At SouthernDave
tt 10 MINUTE INTERMISSION wives are members of the
that he would need some several min. ,
group, as are
I GRANADA THE CARIOCA sort of badge or pin to show titer and their wives. Two Brubeck Internationallyknown r
that the had won victory ,
FAMOUS WALTZ MEDLEY STARDUST over person his habit. Winter Haven doctors and one progressive Jazz artist
from SL Petersburg have will be featured in a program
MARCH MEDLEY HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY Donald Kirkpatrick, also of
joined. S o'clock at
Friday evening
Auburndale, designed a lapel ,
Although Walker Initiatedthe the Brinscomb Memorial Auditorium *
pin for the organization. The
AMERICA and has $1,000 of Flor-
Idea over at
is circle
pin a showing a
his own money invested In the Ida Southern
broken tobacco
cigarette on a
i leaf. The leaf,Is set on a blue organization, he Is not aloneIn College, ,
MAYHALL AUDITORIUMSUNDAY background and the rim of his crusade. His board of The programs
s 4 the circle Is of gold. directors is made up of well- to be sponsored
a The broke > cigarette stresses known businessmen. by the Pan- '
FEBRUARY 9, 3 P.M. that It cannot be \lighted. Walker is president of the hellenic Council '
; One end of the cigarette rep. Victory Pin Society; James L. and Inter Fraternity .
Sponsored by Polk County Hammond Organ Society and resents the fires the non- Pennington, superintendent of Councilof I
r Lakeland Parks Gr Recreation Department smoker cannot set The other grove csretaklng for Adams the college as|
end represents lung cancer a Packing Co. is vice president; part of the col-
HAMMOND ORGAN FURNISHED COURTESY OF non-smoker won't get from and R. A. (June) Wells Jr., ege's third annual re
iI ARTHUR SMITH MUSIC CO., TAMPA cigarettes he didn't use. a citrus: grower is secretary- Greek BRUBECK
RALPH WALKER The blue field represents the treasurer Week
dear air a non smoker Others Named Tickets for the concert by the
bresthes, and the gold rim Brubeck quartet will be on sale
represents the money a non- Other directors are Edward at Polk Federal's downtown location t1I
smoker saves from cigarettes AUchln, builder; Lynn Green and at their building at d '1 I
he doein't buy who is In the plumbing and Southgate. Advance sale tickets i
hardware business; C. Ernest are priced at $2.00 and $2.50 and
Cancer Society Aided Gutterrldge, an Insurance $2.50 and $3.00 at the door.
Come I If When a person applies formembership agent; John R. Hasley. a real. Appearing with Brubeck wilt w
to ours \ : in the VictoryPin tor; G. Kelly Holtzclaw in the be Paul Desmond on alto sax J r''f
food machinery business Dr.
Society he Is given one ; Joe Morello, drums, and Gene
of the pins. He Is asked to Thomas B. Metcalf, of Lake bass j
Wright on
.. turn in his pin If he starts land, an educator; Jack D. The Greek Week festivities
Summers, executive vice -
stroking again. president
will begin Thursday evening
The has of the Peoples Bank of
organization an application
the fraternities and sororities
t form to be filled out Auburndale; and Paul A. Tanner ,
stating that the person has Jr., physician-surgeon. begin building displays for the ,
80d stopped smoking and will help Walker, who spent his boyhood affair. ,
Doyle Conner, Florida Com-
ff others who wish to do so. It In the Auburndale area, I
missioner of Agriculture, will
Is also an agreement that the recalls when he used to walkto
the Greeks
address at an alW/
S3 or more contributed at the school and even to Lakeland
Greek dinner at the cafeteria"Thursday
time will go to the American on a nice day. He still
8:30 o'clock.On .
night at :
Cancer Society: But if a person gets out every day and walks
afternoon the
cannot afford the mem five or ten miles, just for the Saturday r
Greek Games will\ be held, and
bership fee he is not denied
the events will remain a secret i r
until game time. j I
$92 Million ApprovedFor The week will end Sunday with t
a special church service at the' ,
First Federal is your host Interceptor BomberWASHINGTON Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. The Rev J s
Wilton Carter, associate pastor
'. ,1, ... ... .L. .. o' Pint' MMhOdt** -Chardi., will.
(AP-ir es-i bomber, The committee leftthat deliver the sermon.--y I
at both offices tra $92 million earmarked for In the bill and added another I I I

development of si new bomber $52 million. It provided $40 I
and a manned Interceptor plane million for the Interceptor, If I

= THURSDAY FEB. 13th was approved Saturday by the Congress does vote the extra TRY OUR 1
House Armed Services Commit funds, McNamara could choose SUPER COLD CAPSULESWith
not to spend It r
of Defense > ... ..
tee. Secretary The authorization bill 6 I". "
Robert S. McNamara did not sets a T. Iris Peso Relief .1I
9:00 to 6:00 ceiling on the spending for the N. Stamcch upset
:off a.m. p.m. ask for the money. fiscal year 1965 which starts I

VQ Buys Weapons July 1. Later Congress must appropriate 12 Capsules 98e I
I The committee threw In the the actual funds within .
additional sum In authorizing that framework.The FLORIDA PHARMACY 1
$16> billion for military procurement exact total of the bill was fit N. M.... Art.PREINVENTORY 1I
research and develop $18,914800,000. as compared to L.k.leFl.. .. 1t

,i ment.It -the._request-, of,$17.185.300,000.- -
tWere was the largest
\t/// 1
tlon ever sent to authorlza-I I
the Pentagon
first time all research and development )! SALE I

Celebratingour funds were included I I.j
In the same package. These 2ND BIG WEEK
amounted to SS,J billion. !

30 Years of Progress The committee cut $270 mil.I Portable Typewriters 1
,, lion from the Defense Department '
request, all In research: 1

Come one, come 0111 I Have coffee and and procurement development$10 6 areas billion-The''I CJwkv .

birthday cake with us on this special day. which buys the nation's guns, r II
ships, submarines, planes and
Help us celebrate thirty wonderful years the like-was not touched. JAM ADVANTAGE
This Is a breakdown of the : 1i
research and development cull: I
i Army-$62 million. INVENTORY SALE i
Navy and Marine Corps'
I $121.5 Defense million.a.encles-$22 million' BUY A PORTABLE TYPE- r r

Air Force-a net cut of $65 ,
subcommittee had recommended -
-r I We want to show our appreciation of your an Air Force slice of USE-OR A SECOND ,
\ $157 million, but the full committee MACHINE FOR THE "OFFICE." COME ON IN
/ for First Federal. We
k \ \ \ / ; warm are added In the extra $92 r

'" //6 looking forward to meeting many old million for the bomber and Interceptor .I ROYALITE PORTABLE

\,; friends and making many new ones. BeA was $65 million., so the net decrease I 1 IRAND NEW!!!

.J. \ Defense agencies are those q
: to :
sure come.
ffllNk ONLY
armed 44.95
) which serve all the -
forces and which are directly I
slut TAlC
of defense
under the secretary
I \ ntelligence and communications
I fall Into this category.The .
new bomber has nothingto TOWN 90 OAF

HAVE YOU RECEIVED 3 Cth RS70 do supersonic with the plane controversial program __' GUAMNTffSMITH.CORONA

which haa now been cut to a J<. e

virtual standstill. r rliS

YOUR FREE STAINLESS STEEL !NNIVEItSI\Y\ McNamara I! Million requested Asked $5 million .' :; > : REMINGTONS NEW AND USED

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contest of the Dale Carnegie PLUI TAX
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Tuesday night starting at 7:30: b.1\\\
.l.SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION o'clock: at the National Stand' \) K. T. JONES CO. INC.
Co., 1052 S
I .. ard Life Insurance '
a Florida Ave., announced Lay'ion OFFICE MACHINES a FURNITURE a SUPPLIES
OF K. Day, lieutenant governor 401 SO. FLA. AVE.
of the association.Winner I LAKELAND
and alternate of the HOURS_

DOWNTOWN: Orange Street at Tennessee GROVE PARK: Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook contest club In will district represent contests the to local be MONDAY 8:30 A.M.THROUGH TO 5:30 SATURDAY P.M.

held In Tampa this spring said 8:00 P.M. FRIDAY NITE
Milton Dickter, program direc:
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.\'" ,Of< "
Asks < Sunday Feb iI. IMf IM'

:&.'.;t:.... .._ LAKELAND.. .. LEDGER Once Underground Party Now

Auto "
Tag ,
5': Wall Street

ExtensionSen. :,' _pd L : ApprehensionGroundless Ruling Body In South Viet NamSAIGON

Scott Kelly hat asked M South Viet Nam out technician mixed In to underground He was jailed by

Governor F.rrl. Bryant to ex- I(AP)-.A Vietnamese nationalist keep the wheel oiled. Ngo Dinh Diem last summer

tend the deadline on purchase party that his operated since None of the new' official Is Hoan was a key organizer of
of 1964 motor vehicle license the mld-1930s as a persecuted -
NEW YORK calling the new ruling circle a the Dal Viet
and (AP) Wall underground Joining the party's
plates charged Bryant wit organization Del Viet government
1 fiscal Irresponsibility" in "pro-' Street' concern about the emerged' Saturday aa the But Nguyen Ton Hoan, deputy underground In 1939. An enemy
moting a big spending proar.m'' spotty price pattern In a typical strongest political group in premier for pacification, Phan of Ngo Dlnh Diem, Hoan went
which created the need for new February 'South Viet Nam.. Into exile In France In 1954 returning
proved groundless Huy Quat foreign minister; Ha
taxes. In the first week as the market Ma}, Gen. Nguyen Khanh re- Thuc Ky Interior minister, and here only this week.
"1 am convinced that many serves the greatest overall Pham Thai, Information minister The Dal Viet party from its
after hesitation !
of our working people and retirees some to himself alt beginning was anti-French
power aa premier in were top leaden of the
moved historic
to In the
have felt highs colonialist and anti-Communist
an economic the newly announced Cabinet. Dal Viet.
I pinch caused by the new taxes b popular average But below that post, power Is I Quat, a Dal Viet founder, was The D.I Viet was declared 11-
which were necessary becauseof For the first three trading divided between a coalition of a defense minister In the legal by the French In 1951, and
the fiscal irresponsibility reflected days stocks put on a contradictory generals and top members of French colonial government!has been fighting for survivalever
In the program which performance The list!he Dsl Viet party' with varl while working In the Dal Viet! alnce
I you presented to the Legislature made, Its first advance of the
I and which you lobbied to acceptance week Thursday and achieved
," Kelly said In a letter new highs Friday.

| mailed to Bryant Saturday, The Dow Jones Industrial average

"By extending the deadlinefor ended the week at 791.59, theOates'
[ purchase of the license r- up tM on the week.
[plates I believe you can redeem
Volume Off Spectacular
I to some degree the faith that
[the voters of Florida one had Volume fell to 21,359,879 only I savings
[in your pledge for more econo- shares from 22,664.120 the week
Jmy and efficiency in state government before. Yellow on

| ," Kelly continued. The gain In the averageswas the 9 all 4

Kelly said license plate talesJare chiefly accounted for by Tog
lagging by about 15 percent advances of pivotal blue chips, floorsStore
| as compared to recent such as Du Pont, but other Uistics better
years and be is convinced "the LAOS WITH THI MAT-H.,e ere the eerie.*, Hie lose Brltl.h reck '. relief! ",II. kit* ., e confirmed the over'a i'' Sale I
>eking people and retirees llv ........ .--- In New Vetk .. their ..."'.1 (rest La".... Friday They ere .10... hi the New advance.Of .

}ng In Florida on fixed Incomes Yerk hate efr.r hells pelted wnh |oily' bases sad seedy kisses sad eAMeJ hy CCM.I.|R| toe*. 1,499 Issues traded, 749 advanced than Hours
eed additional time in which User eke ",ele_.*' them et the elrrrt cad .t the he.el .hi ..... ..."' ..,.. AP WirepherelBeatles' and 639 declined. Ends
|o adjust their budgets in order Senate passage of the IIU 8 A.M. to
pay the increased license
t..!..** billion tax-cut measure did seeing 5 P M
Arrival In New York not come until after the week' Feb. 15th :
"I am appealing to you in the. trading had ended on the New ;
ope that you will issue an excutlve
York Stock Exchange. But Wall .
order which will ex 1

end the deadline for purchase Mobbed By Screaming Teens the Streeters bill 'throughout heeded the progress the week 01
ftt the license tags for 90 day I \ Tf 1.1
and confidence In stocks
...! hereby atina the economic some. ), 'crO ,
|train 'I imposed on our people l was attributed to expectation'
NEW YORK Multiply Elvis road managers and one pressagent. United States, the Beatles of favorable action
the 1963 actinijnder popularized
,97yr Legislature
8 t

Presley by four, subtract sttyears fM.
the glandular beat In
your leadership. Kelly'Jter .I AP Average Rises
stated from his age, add British The Beatles will make their Britain and have now sent It ;
,, accents and a sharp sense of first Jive television appearancehere back with a new gimmick: The Associated Press average
for purchase of the humor The answer It.. the this evening on the Ed tight pants, boots and hair of 60 stocks rose 39 to 2935,

tags is February 20. Beatles Sullivan Show On Tuesday, that never seems to be cut. an historic high, as was the Every is toown
; a candidate for governor The rock 'n' roll group, which they will go to Washington, D The Beatlesjare staying at the Dow Jones closing figure, The
J said that as governor he i may become Britain moat C., for a concert at the Coli Plaza Hotel. They have a ID- AP gain for the week wa
I r'tIll ask the 1961 session of theo luccessful export since the scum On Wednesday they will room suite and a guard who is the largest since the week ended home
legislature to repeal the I Il Increase bowler hat, arrived at Kennedy give two shows at Carnegie on duty 24 hours They were Jan. 11 when it rose 22.
I In the auto tag fees "10I airport Friday and was erected Hall driven Jnto New York City by The Friday market put the takes
I that our people will not face by almost 3,000 .gera Miami four limousines each Beatle week safely into plus territory I
jttiis burden again.Proposals. landing four deep on the upper Next Sunday had his own Cadillac. as airlines, rails, aerospace Issues !

\iff arcade at the International Next Sunday the Beatles will They Have A MessageBesides and blue chip chemical on a
Arrivals Building accompany Sullivan to Miami gained

} Disc Jockeys, who have an In Beach for a performance In the the screaming teenagers Corporate bond prices maintained new
, crest In Beatle records, had Deauville Hotel. Their TV appearance the Beatles were met by' their upward awing for a
'!'LOn Citrus Report urged the young people to welcome will be presented from 200 reporters and photographersfrom the filth consecutive week and
the Beatles The quartet tape, to be recorded] here this newspapers, magazines, the government market wa bloom : .r a :
'( has sold 6 million records and) weekend. They will return to foreign publications, radio and higher for the third time I In ,
Set For
Thursday can earn 110.000 a week In appearances London on Feb. 17, television stations, and teenagefan lour weeks and
e Five organizations Although rock 'n' roll has been magazines A news conSference --
Committee recommendations represented by at least 17 press replaced by folk singing in the was bedlam. I
Eon the first steps to Implement gents, will share In the Beat, After photographers shouting; Ski Show beauty!
r I the Booz Allen and Hamilton lea' American booty., and jostling for pictures had
report with Florida Citrus Commission Shrimp Boat been silenced, someone .asked Set ThisAftejnoon
operation are scheduled .! Never Anything Like It "will you sing for us?"

for a hearing at a meeting' An official at Kennedy Airport Lennon replied, "we ,need 4 7 ar'4I
of the Commission Thursday, shook his head and said, Owner Sore money first." Applause Another
starting at 11 o'clock. I"we've never seen anything like' question: "how do you sc
Homer E. Hooka. communion his here before Never Not' count for your success?" Lennon Lakeland Water Ski Club will
general manager, said, the ad- even for kings and queens.1* About Theft again "We have a press present another show this afternoon .

njlnlstratlve committee and the There were girls, girls, girls agent"McCartney starting at 2, on the
industry research advisory com! WhI.tllnglrl.. Scre.mlnlllri.. ." said "We have ameatage south side of Lake Foiling hM RA! 4.
, ,I raittee are expected to make Singing girls They held "Beat KEY WEST (AP-The owner moment Suddenly of silence there"Our wasa worth. I
their recommendations on the lea, we love you" and "wel of a shrimp boat apparently stolen Is The show will begin with a
Hone, Allen and Hamilton study come" signs. by an American who defected more message Beatle, he records continued, buy boat parade, with girls In costumes

i The New York consulting firm The Beatles are Paul McCart- to Cuba said Saturday he one guffawed Every. followed by an exhibition '
presented the $115,000 report at ney, 21, Ringo Starr, 23; George would like to get his hands on of the speed and power of towboats
\ 4 Jan. 24 meeting of the com Harrison 21; and John Lennon the defector. driven by Charles Dee

mission. Boa, Allen and Ham 23. They arrived by Jet with Charles Griffin, a year-old ILakeland FMC end Don Roberson. i
ilton made recommendations regarding their personel manager, oneBeatle retired Navy man, said the 62( Taking part In a water ballet -

Commission operations J wife (Mrs Lennon), two. foot Johnny Reb was only five( Host To Visit will be Ida Dee., Jackie
ana research etrort which were years old, in excellent shape and Cliett, Jacque Boykin and Jean
based upon the results of a worth about 155,000 Oak

seven.month study of the organization Hutcheson "I would like to get my hand. By Officials i Other events include ski jumpIng -. t 1
and of the Florida on Kirby" Griffin said by Frankie Dee.; a human
citrus industry pyramid, made up of Jean
Won't Be
'mother subject expected to Asylum Asked from Company California representatives and Oak, Shannon Logan, Fred
be heard at next week's meeting The defector, Dennis Kirby, foreign three Lohr Allen Freeman and Glenn
countries visited
Is consideration of a proposed ProsecutedINDIANAPOLIS who said he was front Vallejo. FMC the Oak: slalom( skiing Kennette
Corp. plant here this
Florida State Grade Calif., arrived In Havana last spokesman week. Boykin and Charlene Dee., and
Standard for and for the Florida DIvision conclude the show, Joe
refrigerated 7plus1 (AP-Prose- night asked political asyurn. of FMC Corp. announced to
concentrated Cuban Prime Minister H Bridges will ride a kite. ,+l t
orange cutor Noble Pearcy said yesterday The four are C. L. Morgan, w e3err..tN
juice, Hooks said.e del Castro laid he talked e
he will not prosecute Maurice who Is stationed in Sao Paulo,
..-. .. a Ii., Hut c he.0 n, Carpenters Kirby about an hour and decidedto Brazil, where he is manager of Mexican Girl
: !Brotherhood president, further! give him asylum Castro said the FMC Llmitada plant; Alan w
OXFORDLUMBER .I;I In the Indiana highway scandals he would return the boat. Hall, sales manager for food 10 Has Baby

Kirby was described In Key: processing equipment at FMC .
:: ::1 I Pearcy said he has no new West ai a drifter who had Limited in South Melbourne, MEXICO CITY (AP-A 10- J
vldence with which to continue -worked on shrimp boats Intermittently Australia; Tom Mansfield dl year-old girl gave birth by
: SELECT : the case against Hutcheson for the past four years rector of development for International Caesarian section Thursday I

who won a motion for a new The Johnny Reb normally carries Machinery Corp., S.A., night, a spokesman for a gov-
:1 trial In an appeal to the Indiana a three-man crew but the an FMC subsidiary, in Niklaas- ernment health ministry hospital '
; YOUR OWN : Supreme Court last year. The self-starting diesel engine can be Waaa, Belgium, and W B, I said Selling the best brands in the land.

high court ruled that there was operated by one man Bangerter of San Jose, Calif., The spokesman, Dr. Manuel
FRONT DOOR -I insufficient evidence for the sales manager of FMC Ma- Tenorio Ojcda, said the baby, a Look for best at Oates.
conviction. ,chinery International Div boy, was suffering from severe' your buys
d DOOR :1 Hutcheson was convicted on;Lakeland Man Purpose of their visit to Lakeland respiratory difficulties and was
I of bribe In It announced is In an incubator without
a charge conspiracy was to placed '
FROM HUNDREDSCompetitive Yellow Room Pieces
:1 connection with a profit of almost review product lines which being weighed. : Tag Living
$80,000 in 1958 lands to Named AdviserTo might be sold abroad and He said the mother Regular NOW
on to
Gonzalez Early American 2 piece full foam . . 230.00 IS?.00
: be used for highways In Lake I visit local processing plants and rla Sanches a .ervant'l I Croup of Sofas . . . . . . . 300, 19950
and Wayne counties State Group troves. land the father_was. _u I only Tomlintort Sofa, spring down cu.hlon-Floor sam pl. ,..", 450.00 19900
Hutcheson's mother, Mrs OP.N suaoavar Early American 2 pc. Suite, full foam . . . . ".II .
510 WEST MAIN' Madeline Hutcheson. lives In Early American 3 piece Sectional . ... .. ...".".. 34800 275.00
rHONI MU 2-2191 : Lakeland at 891 Lake Holllngs- James R. Fairer Jr. of Lakeland There's I group of full foam chairs . . ". .,. ..., ....e. to 79.50 59.00

._._ _. . worth Dr. executive vice presidentof no
-- - the Florida State Junior time to Yellow Tog Bedroom

Valentine's Day is February been Chamber named of special Commerce adviser, has to 5 piece Italian suite . . . . . . . . 330.00 11950
3 pc Drexel Cont.mporory, King Sip Bed complete'with ipeclal
the state Industrial Safety Committee 't CLOWNAROUND size box spring & mattress . . . . . . 650.00 395.00
Worley Brown, state Industrial I group Boudoir Chair . . . . . . . . to 22.00 16.90
Commission chairman, 5 piece French Provincial Frultwood . . . . . . 350.00 279.50
( a\\ announced at Tallahassee I -

"Mr. Fairer Intensive Interest Yellow Tag Dining Room
in Jaycee safety project as'
well as his broad civic activity I with your Genuine Mahogany Dropltof table . . . 125.00 6700
makes him a valuable'addition I 5 pc. Drexel Hostess Table and Chain, walnut . . . 195,00 95.00
to the 19-SAFETY-4 60" Cherry French Provincial Breakfront . . . . 325,00 199.00
advisory' 9 pre by John Wlddlcomb, Contemporary . . . . 239950 1995.00
It staff, Brown said i 5 piece Party Set . . . . . . . . 312,00 249.50
The 33-year-old Farrer has' INCOME TAXApril 9 puce Italian, Classic . . . . 975.00 59500Kelly
dre'f served as executive vice presl-|
a dent of the Florida Junior
t Chamber of Commerce since) A Few Yellow Togged Floor Samples

June. 1962Farrer 5 modem blonde dinette 199.00 99.00
r has been ...istant'' IS 1. clMliif, .11 Why Unfinished piece bookcase . '. . . . . . 18,50 14.50
AiM N of the Ocala Chamber' werry cad dew when LOCK S 5 piece Formica dnette, . . . . . . . . 19900 11'.50
re manager i Pull-up Danish Chair . . . . . . . 2400 16.90
of Commerce and chairman of, will' 4. year te. .t seek Unfinished Double Dressers . . . . . . "'.00 21.95
1L the Ocala Public I Safety Committee I mill .I Get year tee in 5 Unfinished, chest of drawer . 23,00 11.50
He has also been activeIn I "'"
41 NOW I See year neerert
a number of state and local: WJ3
business he BLOCK .,fle. TODAYI SIMMONSSet
Make your move on Valentin* Day.. Jaycee projects i
S has been associated I with the UP
I give a fragrant gift of L'AimanU/ merchandising and credit departments BEDDING

No other fragrance makes a woman of W, T. Grant and' OUAIANTIf four pieces
III We flMrefit*'*M<.,.,. prp,r.'liee .f evtry 14 wren If
S more feminine, more attractive. Sears Roebuck. I III w* cats eny ...... rtnl (trf yea soy peachy erHi Interest. I
r A native of Philadelphia Far .wee will. Mixlly .r M.,.iH .
Spray Mist _._$3.75 plus tae rer attended high school In NOW $100
Maryland He is a 1952 technology
Alt t,.M(tin M.Cmti'iit br Cwrto.>.U 1.4. graduate of the Franklin HJt3I.CXSJI'CO.:

School of Science and Arts Inl

Philadelphia. : .l..n.. kartwt T.. s.niM ... O"I
:Drua Store? Large male lions may weighup
to 500 pounds, or almost Wehtfer.9 A.M t.' ".M., Set. e4Sv*. '.5. Ph. I".t 9S. 3/3 ONLY-MISMATCHED .-

I twice as much as their mates \bus, eaeala0 + ao ApeoeY0NY N.Cs..A.r,,

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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb, t, lilt 1

St. Petersburg Organist Presents Concert TodayRonnie I GOOD/YEAR

Stencil!, organist fromSt. the direction of Arthur Rohr
Petersburg, will appear here He Is also musical director of eRVai
.>> 1, ., ,\*:$ ,'" ,' ";i this afternon In a free public the Miss Florida Pageant
4..: concert at the city auditorium.
\ y';; > 'j':: The concert,one In the annual
,9. / series of Sunday afternoon con- Southern Dean
certs sponsored by the Lakeland -
Parks and Recreation Department Will Visit
,will begin at 3 o'clock'
: The organist will be presentedby Coker CollegePhillip We're Making Room For Hew
the Polk County Hammond'
Organ Society. R Campbell, dean of Stocks Arriving Daily
: Stencil will select his program students at Florida Southern College .
from his latest recording will visit Coker College In
"Organ Moods"Stencil Hartsville, SC, Feb U20 at a i
Is a native of Virginia BRING YOUR CAR TO
who began the study of organ member of an evaluation team GOT WEAKIRAKIS7 General e Electric
when quite young. When he was of the Southern Association of THE EXPERTS DURING .
t. 10 years old he was performing Colleges and Schools THE'NEXT 3 DAYS
regularly on radio In Wsshlng The team will review a self
ton. study the college has made The PERSONAL PORTABLEMODEL
He has been associated with association has asked Dean 1 C.4j.-..,.........bale. ahwk sib
special musical events In Flor-Campbell to evaluate Coker'sstudent
ida for some time and each personnel area, and he ,I..,.fM.J .,.,"trreM'
, year appears as soloist with the will also inspect the college's I' FRONT ENDSHAKES 2 "sp. I'/I/ ...4 om.....
! Sarasota Concert Band under general facilities I
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;'t 2 T-BONE STEAKS 1.99
PTA To Mark Founders Month Sound controls front mounted

Member. of the Crystal Lake the school, beginning at 7:3C: DRUGSTORES $95
Elementary School PTA will obo'clock.. A nursery will be pro- I I
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meeting Tuesday night with the served SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN
presentation of a Mm "A Desk J.
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i Police Cadet Makes Jump To PatrolmanFrom


cadet to patrolman I.a It \> want to get out," Crow slble, That will give him a Looking toward the future With a cadet on the force who
long, sometimes difficult "and be on the beat like chance to remain a cadet fora of the program, Crow remark. has the experience In back of
of and ed that "It will to a him it will not be difficult to
couple years get grow
but tomorrow the t.
struggle, r1i"\ other men So far it has
valuable experience. point where all of the patrolmen pick someone to take the expatrolman's -
first under the .--. almost all work,
cadet .
new : ., paper
"But while In high school, on the force will be place"Tomorrow
training program will become ,..*"" sometimes" I ride to the person seriously thinking drawn from the cadet pro Crow goes ontoa
"' the
\ patrolmen
a full.Hedged patrolman with t about becoming a cadet gram. new Job but unlike many
e the Lakeland Police Depart. I i Guidance Continues he should take a liberal arts "The program will also be others who came before him,
went he will get out course and concentrate on valuable If someone leaves he It not going Into the un
t "" English and typewriting" the department or gets sick.; known.
HI. name Is Lawrence Crow l he will be under the guide

Jr. He ii the 21.year-old ton ieAe of a trained officer for

of Mr, and Mrs Lawrence ;six or more weeks. I '" ___n.mnn_.__
would a man
Crow Sr of 1709 Compton young
to go Into police work,
Place, and tomorrow morninghe
which moment he
will trade hla cadet greys any LAKELAND LEDGERLAKELAND
come face to face with
for the police green. ?
Crow joined the force al a
cadet Nov. S, 1962 and are lots of reasons
was put on under the commandof I joined the force," Crow LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. I,. INt 1-B

Lt J. H. Sangster. training "among which are .
officer, who bat had 11 I like to work with peo
years of experience with theLakeland and I am Interested in the
Police Department and how it will grow

Training Thorough have always held a deep
I During hit 14 months of r 1 In police work and
training, Crow hat been i really happy to become a
I through every phase of training N ."

I offered the cadets. Under he advise other young t +
f 1i
the new program, he was exposed to consider the police
to various types. of ?

laws, public speaking crime. VOICf OC.OP.IX'ERIENCI-P.MI. O. I. HI".. .. the petrol cart>M Craw (....** ., if that's what he Is
prevention, weapon firing, investigation .4..1c. lifer.-the M* patrolmen nee* *.t kit. ..." ...4 taste, H. '"will (toy..wftV** iMMi in.Early i
and other
taut subjects of which each petrol** for. Mm time. until he |eta awl to Wag, on kit, awn. Start, Best

patrolman should have a do recommend that the
thorough knowledge. that'l,been needed for some lice work that the patrolman That' inside the building man Interested in po
Now, looking back Crow time. rarely gets to lee, such as the Lake Wire Drive but work begin the program
I aid "It's a very good and "It gives the cadet a chanceto amount of paper work which Crow It most Interested in after completing his
worthwhile program one) see various phases of pois goes on daily" getting outside school education .. pot-

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ARIA Th dona'-m**'* cal polliht1 eltr In the nw chapel ere products of the

c.", ,', Inmolct wh. did\ ell of the work on the hpl. Th. chpl e ftmr officer .*"tck..

I # I Bartow Prison Camp Sets

AS A CADET- Jr., ion ., Mr.. .... Mr*. I Chapel Dedication TodayNot

Lwrnce Crow Sr. of 1709 Place, I I. shows her 01 a

..*.., epiretinf the twitch'' Lkln4 P.llc. Department. By RONNIE STUART only were the Inmates carpenters -
t CONGRATULATIONS, PATROLMAN-Police Chl.f .... H. Irookor, del pins policemen's Tomorrow ho will .1"' *, end will/ be the first Ledger Staff Writer but using donated material, they
j| f: beat on Crow while Lt. John H. Senfitor, training' officer looks on. Crow tint to be pjrea'veto cads to hove rec'vetcd .... training ,.*|...... (L..|" made drapes to hang behind the pulpit .
from the ceeet trtiitlnf prefrem, will ae en date tomorrow memine et 7 o'clock. Photo* ly Hmhet) BARTOW-A whole host of officials and to match the maroon rug
't .
from the State Division of Corrections -
which had been given for use on the
hand at
L ----"" is scheduled to be on
2:30 o'clock this afternoon whenrlthechapel altar area.

IJ .Orthdptic' Clinic T hni Camp will at the be dedicated.Bartow The city Seats of Bartow Donated donated 40

e '\The dedication will climax several folding seats for use in the inside of
.I I -i 3mtha of work on a plan that began \Hhe:; building.

.to 'shape',,up at about 3 o'clock one'morning VrWA Winter Haven church donatedhynon

I: Helps' YbUrigsfers. Use Both all"I last June.***,, books, which were specially I

Capt.who T. J.is credited Petrie, the with post the commander idea- made to match the drapes and rug. !

.. And Capt. Petrie didn't after
stop I
** for the chapel, the first in a Florida
TOM HUGHES that and
By an eye crosses coming up with the idea He painted
Road said it was about that
Ledger Staff Writer we see double. A thud can Camp, pictures of four religious scenes to be
I time when' he asked himself "Whydon't
forget about the of one
use various walls in the
Orthoptlcs, placed on church.;
well ; we have church of our own
eye end, see but at the
A big word? To those who same time loses vision In that : right here on the grounds?" To add icing to the cake, Capt.
need Its help it Is, and for one eye* JfL Petrie persuaded state officials to allow
Permission Granted
relatives of the inmates to come
many persons, especially children And that's where the clinic And today. the 6d inmates at the and participate in religious services
it la a very big help. comes In. Through the use of
camp do have a church of their own. with the inmates
What It It? dren various are instruments taught how, the to chit use Immediately after Capt. Petrie got A piano previously had been donated
Well, Mist Prlscllla Allen, the idea he wrote to Tallahassee for for use when the Rev. Joe
both early before an operation
an orthoptic technician who is eyes may be necessary, ao permission to carry out his plan. Permission Kaiser pastor of Havendale Baptist

in charge of the pre-achool eye that they can get used to seeIng L 4i was granted by Louis Wainwright Church, and a Catholic priest came to
screening program at the Polk normally. director of the' Division of the camp for weekly services.
Corrections of the officials who Before the idea .
one chapel was con.
Clinic profit "If we don't do that MislAllen
County Eye a non-
said, "then when the will be present for today's dedication. celved, the Protestant services on
agency at Lakeland General Inmates to Sunday and the Catholic
eyes return to normal the began immediately con- mass on
Hospital, can best describe children will see double." vert the former officers' barracks intoa Saturday were conducted in the camp

what it it Once the tests and physical chapel. First, the building was dining room, which did little for the

Teaching Process exercises have been taken, : a scrubbed and painted, and then, a atmosphere of religious worship.
then the clinic submits to doc + M' Ii cross was mounted over the door Other officials who will be on hand
Orthoptici.: ." she said, "is tore'an evaluation of the per For the inside, the inmates built a for today's dedication Include L. W,

the process of teaching, or re- son's progress. kneeling bench and hand-carved and Griffith, supervisor of Road Prison

teaching, a person to use both "Certain questions have to polished altar for each of the three Camps in Florida, and the Rev. John

eyes together" be answered before we can major religions-Protestant, Catholic Thompkins, religious co-ordinator for
and Jewish. the Division of Corrections.
She is quite familiar with determine whether or not anoperation
is needed.
the explanation for the hat
"Among these questions are:
been to Orthoptic schools and 'Does the patient use only i has v dry
has worked as a technician In
if how?
one eye, so
Chicago, Boston, and Washington Doctor Decides TOUCH MY NOSE Her Mix All. .lass HoroU Strlc.I. .f M,. end Mri. DenverWclktr
then took a short job
of Devenport tenth hor nee* with on Imtmmont while his .,a by uilng enotherInttrument.
in social work before comingto "Can he use both eyes after
Lakeland. the operation? With tick process the Ii oble to 1tct en ors .. ( ..." Photo ly Hughes

Children are the biggest "Is there a faulty muscle."
problem," she said, "becauseif All of the data is processed Dr. Marlon W. Hester, Lakeland "Proper evaluation of who attend any kind
one of their eyes crosses, and the doctor makes the final ophthalmologist directorof eyes of a young child It or day nursery.
they can surpress the Images decision as to whether or the clinic without pay said difficult than with an children number ov
and their vision gets poor. not the patient needs an operation this about children needing person because of lack of In the Lakeland area,
"What happens," she said, eye examinations: munication and illiteracy. probably number about
en so, the ophthalmologist in the balance of the
--- without too much trouble, ,

curately assess the Letter To B. Sent
_ of the eyes of an infant of
II being done on
N aae. -time basis each school
Accurate eye screening
and will continue
the preschool child It
Is The
completed. pro
difficult than with the
is being carried out by
\ school child, but it can be
liably performed. This orthoptic
who has been
bility is In direct ratio to recently N E:1
I II ability of the person doing by tho Polk County
I Clinic.
III r eye the Polk County pro-
II III No Charge Made those children who do

He'went on to explain past the screening tests
I "the purpose of screening have a letter sent out to
I be to find those children parents apprising them
f have defective visual tituation These letters
a fa 'or abnormal eye muscle be mailed from the coun
9 r ance. Screening will be officer and will ask

_ at each kindergarten and parents to have the eye
u. nursery. The service is done by a com
vided free of charge specialist
it Il+t'q'qi acuity will be determined will be requested to
illiterate E charts and the letter with them at
erate charts using time of examination and
pictures and symbols. it to the eye specialist
"The muscle balance will letter will have space at
checked objectively by for the eye special
uring the nearpoint of Ml In information on
vergence, observing the found and mail
tion of a light on the the Polk County Eye
I or by observing motion In ."
Mix' Pritcille; .. .. ...... technlclen .of the
PUT THI LION IN' THI CAGE An**, 'tic chert eyes when using a cover clinic has examined
pro-echo*! tcreeniiif' program et the Pail County lye Clinic son c mechlne. thet" help correct en "In Polk County we than 20000 persons for CHAPEL TO II DEDICATED Copt. T. J. ...,1., commene'er of the Roe*' Prhon Comp .t
eye deficiency. Pains' her /h Sherell" ......, 4, e'oiithter of Mr. sad M,.. Willie leleen. of H.ieni embarked on an since the screening lortew, rtondt hi front of the cemp's new chepel which will be eerftect1 In ceremonies let far 2:10
I City. MIM An.*. ..... her two picture, one .f lion, the other of c..*.I. ado to put the hen 'in pre-school eye screening was begun two years o'clock thl'* .lter__. C.pt. Petrie .b creo'ito, with conceiving th* Moo for the chepel. th* fint of .

the *..*. the potient. meat .... fee1 eyitfl>. .. .(L**<|*r Photo .* H.|...*P. gram we plan to screen read! temp In ,..,14.. (Lee'gor Photo* ly Sho.rt'Lakeland



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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb e,114

I St. Petersburg Oraanist Presents Concert Todav

Ronnie Stand), organIst from the direction of Arthur Rohr
St. Petersburg, will appear here He Is also musical director of
I\ "' ; ,'" :". this afternon in a free public the Miss Florida Pageant.
!,::', concert at the city auditorium.The .
concert one In the annual
II series of Sunday afternoon concerti Southern Dean
sponsored by the Lakeland
Parks and Recreation De- Will Visit
partment,will begin at 3 o'clock
ti r a i The the organist Polk County will be Hammond presentedby Coker CollegePhillip i We're Making Room For New

Organ Society. R. Campbell dean of
,I Stocks Arriving Daily
Stancil will select his program student at Florida Southern College /
from his latest recording will visit Coker College inHartsville

"Organ Stancil began Moods is a the native study of of Virginiawho organ member of, S.C.an,evaluation Feb. 18-20,team as a GOT WEAKfRAKlSf BRING YOUR CAR TO General||| Electric

when quite young. When he was of the Southern Association of THE EXPERTS DURING
10 years old he was performing College and Schools. '
regularly on radio in Washington. The team will review a seir THE NEXT 3 DAYS
study the college has made. The PERSONAL PORTABLE
He has been associated with association bas asked Dean 1 c-",...\ale EKE ul
special musical event In Flor Campbell to evaluate Coker's '''1'--'.
ida for some time and each student personnel area and he ..
Ir.h 1M.d/
year appears a* soloist with the will also inspect the college's 2 ... teed.h"o"Ure'lor. d.
.Sarasota Concert .Band- under general..facilities.First .! __ FRONT END spurn

3 .F.elalltealwid, .....,. fcrnitor
and toa-t.!
1 to Church Then to Dinner m mm ? .r.p.rr....k.d....4 aid bootlegs

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ALL FOR ONLY + Weighs only 12 pounds, 8 o:. I
PTA To Mark Founders Month
Sound controls front mounted
Member of the Crystal like the school beginning at 1:31: | DRUGSTORES
9 5
Elementary School PTA will obo'clock.. A nursery will be pro III
serve Founders Month at their vided and refreshments will bt 6 / .
r' meeting Tuesday night with the served SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN ;
presentation of a film, "A Desk # 9995
for Billy" The whale shark I I. the larg.I 2637 S. Flo. Are. 219 E. Main St. lii Leh 6hs
The meeting will be held. at eat of living fishes. .IBE .II
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II Lakeland Police Cadet Makes Jump To Patrolman


From cadet to patrolman Is I.a want to get out," Crow slble That will give him a Looking toward the futureof With a cadet on the force who
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long ometimet difficult : : "and be on the beat like chance to remain a cadet fora the program Crow remark has the experience In back of
struggle, but tomorrow the "I' >:r\\ other men. So far It has couple of years and get ed that "It will\ grow to a him, It will not be difficult to
F valuable experience point where all of the patrol pick someone to take the ex-
tint cadet under the new 1 : ......, almost sometimes all paper I work ride "But while in high school men on the force will be patrolman's place."
training program will become \ .. the patrolmen" to the person seriously thinking drawn from the cadet program Tomorrow Crow goes onto
a full.fledged patrolman with : about becoming a cadet, a new job, but unlike many
the Lakeland Police Depart. i 1 Guidance Continues he should take a liberal arts "The program will also be others who came before him.

tnent he will get out, course and concentrate onEngll.h valuable if someone leaves he is not going into the unknown -
and typewriting" the department or gets sick.: .
His name Is Lawrence Crow he will be under the guid
of a trained officer for
Jr HIs the year-old
six or more weeks.
I of Mr and Mr*. Lawrence .
would a man
Crow Sr. of 1709 Comp on young
I to go into police work,
Place will, and trade tomorrow hU cadet morninghe which any moment he
come face to face with
for the police green ?
Crow joined the force at a
Nov. 5,' 1962 and are lots of reasons
cadet on LAKELAND Sunday Feb. I,.ISM IB
was put under the command I joined the force Crow LEDGER ,

I of Lt. J. H. Sangster training outside."I "among which are -..
I officer who baa had 11 I like to work with peo-
I yean of experience with the and I am Interested In the
I Lakeland Police Department. and how It will grow HW t..VMt

Training Thorough have always held a deep
I During his 14 months of In police work and
I training. Crow' has. been really happy to become a

through every phase of training ," I Y i w wf
I offered the cadets. Under he advise other young

I the new program, he was exposed to consider the police tl '
I to various types, of ?

laws, public speaking crime VOICE OP.IXPERIENCE-Patrolmen C. I. Nip*", hi the patrol. *.,.* if that's what he Is

prevention weapon and other firing Investigation advka .....-*k. now patrolman pas .nl on hit .. *.... "'t.. H. 'will' In.
tant subjects of which each patrolmen for. .."' Hw until h* |oti Mad t* bornf es his .wn.that's Early, Start Best

patrolman should have a do recommend that the a f
thorough knowledge. ,been needed for some lice work that the patrolman That's man interested in po
Now looking back. Crow time. rarely gets to see, such as the Lake work begin the program
I'' said "It's a very good and "It gives the cadet chanceto amount of paperwork which Crow Is after completing his i

worthwhile program one see various phases of po goes on daily" getting school education as pos-

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PULPIT ARIA Th* h.-uds and polished .ltr. In the new chapol sro product .f the
cemp's Inmefei wh* did. all *f the w.ek'so the ehopel The ckopol Is e fotmer Klein' barrack


I Bartow Prison Camp Sets

AS A CADIT-4.0WWKO Craw Jr., son of Mr.. sod Mrs' ,Chapel Dedication Today

LowroKO Crew S,. of 1709 Compton Place, Is shown hiss a.

co.Ut, .,*,.tI.. Hi. switchboard .t the lakeland. Polk Doprt By RONNIE STUART Not only were the Inmates carpenters
l.CONGRATULATIONS.. PATROLMAN-Pollc*.Chlof.Lee H. Iraaktr, right, pins a policemen'sbodge cent Tomorrow k* will bocom* ..trol..... and will b* the tint Ledger Staff Writer but using donated material they
on Craw whll Lt. John H. Se....*., training officer.looks ... Craw, first t* b. graduatedIron codot t* bens graduated under the now training program, (laden made drapes to hang behind the pulpit .
;a the cadet training program, will go on duty tomorrow morning 7 .'clock. Photo. ly H"*h**> BARTOW-A whole host of officials !l.' and to match the maroon rug
of Cor-
from the State Division
which had been given for use on the
.. III at
rectlons is scheduled to be on hand
2:30: o'clock this afternoon when the altar area.

chapel at the Bartow Road Prison Seats Donated
.vOrthofptic t Clinic TechnicianaV Camp will be dedicated. The city of Bartow donated 40
.. /!.The dedication will climax several folding seats for use in the inside of

**""* f *"" 'I"ninths of work on a plan that beganto ,Hhe building.
J. *VA V : 'I I 'shape ,up at about 3 o'clock one jb iA Winter Haven church donatednynan
I >
: HTelDS ?: Ybunasters Use Both EvesBy '/"morning last June>v books which were specially

Capt. T. J. Petrfe the post commander made to match the drapes and rug :
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D .a. who is credited with the idea
tor the chapel the first in a Florida And Capt. Petrie didn't stop after I
TOM HUGHES that an eye crosses: 'and
coming up with the idea He painted
Ledger Staff Writer see tiouble. A t:hill can Road Camp, said it was about that of four be
pictures religious to
about,the use of one IIy5' time when he asked himself "Whydon't scenes
j Orthoptlcs, placed on various walls in the church.
church of
and see well;but at the we have our own
A big word? To those time loses vision in that right here on the grounds" To add icing to the cake, Capt.
need its help It Is, and eye.'* Petrie persuaded state officials to allow
Permission Granted relatives of the inmates to come
many persons, especially that's where the clinic And the 60 and in '
today, inmates at the participate religious services
dren, it is a very big "' in. Through the use of
camp do have a church of their own. with the inmates.
What it It? instruments the chile Immediately after Capt. Petrie got A piano previously had been do.
are taught how to use
Well, Miss Prlacilla early before the idea he wrote to Tallahassee for nated for use when the Rev. Joe
eyes an op
an orthoptic technician may be necessary so permission to carry out his plan. Per. Kaiser pastor of Havendale Baptist

in charge of the preschool they can get used to see mission was granted by Louis Wain- Church, and a Catholic priest came to
r screening program at the normally. wright, director of the Division of the camp for weekly services
Clinic : we don't do that Miss Corrections one of the officials who Before the chapel idea was conceived
County Eye a non
said "then when the will be present for today's dedication. the Protestant services on
It agency at Lakeland return to normal, the Inmates began immediately to con- Sunday and the Catholic mass on
Hospital, can best will see double." vert the former officers' barracks intoa Saturday were conducted in the camp

what it is the tests and physical chapel. First, the building was dining room which' did little for the

Process said."U have been taken scrubbed and painted, and then a atmosphere of religious worship.
the clinic submits to doc cross was mounted over the door Other officials who will be on hand
"Orthoptlcs, she said, 'an evaluation of the per. For the inside, the inmates built a for today's dedication include L. W

the process of teaching, '. progress. kneeling bench and hand-carved and Griffith, supervisor of Road Prison

teaching, a person to use questions have to polished altar for each of the three Camps in Florida, and the Rev. John

I r eyes together" answered before we can major religions-Protestant, Catholic Thompkins religious co-ordinator for
and Jewish. the Division of Corrections,
''a She is quite familiar whether or not an I
la needed.
the explanation for the
these questions are;
been to Orthoptic schools the patient use only '_ ';; 5 %i! ""/" 1 I>

has worked as a eye, if so how? '1'f# <, ., .' ,;"(: .". .' : Ii' ;.
Chicago, Boston, and Doctor Decides: TOUCH MY NOSE H.. Miss Alton lots Herald' Strickland, 9, ion ., Mr. and Mr. Donvor '. r :V1' :
ington, then took a abort W.'.., .f Do von port, toyed hit toss with a* Imtrament while she ...tch.. hi. ova by using onothtrinttnimcnt. L iI. .
. before he use both after
In social work eyes \
to Lakeland. operation? With this pracms ih. is *Uo H detect on ovo ..'Icle"" (Ledger Pkt If Hughes) i'y.

"Children are the there a faulty muscle."
problem" she said, of the data is processed Dr Marion W. Hester Lakeland "Proper evaluation of the children who attend any kindergarten .

, if one of their eyes the doctor makes the fi. ophthalmologist, directorof eyes of a young child Is more or day nursery
they can suppress the decision as to whether or the clinic without pay, said difficult than with an older "These children number over
and their vision gets poor the patient needs an op this about children needing person because of lack of com 1,000 In the Lakeland area,
I "What happens," she ( eye examinations:: munication and illiteracy Even and probably number about
so, the ophthalmologist can, 2000 in the balance of the
-- without too much trouble accurately county.

assess the conditionof Letter To Be Sent
the eyes of an infant of any
w "Screening is being done on
age."Accurate a full-time basis each school
screening In
wt eye
and will continue
morning until -
the preschool child Is more
It Is completed. The program
difficult than with the older
Is being carried out
I school child but It can be reliably
an experienced orthoptic technician -
performed. This reliability
who has recently been
is in direct ratio to the
employed by the Polk County
ability of the person doing the
screening"No Eye Clinic. (
II eye "In the Polk County program -r
I Charge Mad those children who do
He'went on to explain that not pass the screening tests
"the purpose of screening will will have a letter sent out to n
be to find those children who their parents apprising themof
have defective visual acuityor the situation These letters z
.r' abnormal eye muscle bal will be mailed from the county t
ance. Screening will be doneat health officer and will ask lTH k rert.
each kindergarten and day the parents to have the eye
nursery The service la pro examination done by a com-
\ vided free of charge Visual petent specialist."They .
acuity will be determined with will be requested to
illiterate E charts and Illiterate take the letter with them at
charts using numbers, the time of examination and
pictures and symbols give it to the eye specialist a
/ "The muscle balance will be The letter will have apace at
checked objectively by meas- the bottom for the eye specialist .
,flj uring the nearpoint of convergence to fill In Information on
;., observing the position the condition found and mailit

of a light on the corneas to the Polk County Eye
s or by observing motion In the Clinic"
PUT THI LION IN THE CAGI Miss Prncillo Alien, orthoptic technician In ch.,.. of th. eyes when using a cover test. The clinic has examined
pre-ochool screening program *t ... Polk Leery lye Clink ..*. machine. that hot** cerroct on "In Polk County we have more than 20,000 person for CHAPIL TO II DEDICATED Copt. T. J. Petr!*, commoner .f she Rood Prlton Cmp *t
.&Ie"" Pales ken I* JkorolU foUm, 4, 'ovo.hror of Mr. on.* Mrs. Wllll ....... of Horn** embarked on an ambitious glaucoma since the screening .ortew, ...... In front of tke c....'. now ckcpol which will b* .....ic..*. In ceremonloe' set for 2:10
eye City. MM Allan" shawl her Iwo nictur**, of lies, the thf,of a *..*.In **4r I* nut the lion in preschool eye screening prO.Ifam. program was begun two years 'clock ship .ft.._... Cope Petrie. hi credited, with conceiving Mo. (of the chapel the lint of .

the agar the s.timt "' ..* .... seed er..ltht..


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II Parade Saturday Will Open '64 Bridge- In?,'Brief 'IB,

i Lakeland United Fund CampaignAn ilttT .>** t ., Bi

fashioned parade Saturday -palgn Chairman Jerard A. Kent He said further that plan call i JOHN i M. TAYLOR. Director Lam and Mrs Rittet and '
through downtown Lakeland "We term it an old-fashioned for the Inclusion of a cobs t r Duplicate Bridge Club Dr and Mrs. Burt

win get the United Fund's parade because the line. of march, guard, a representation of city Her art the latest stand- Winning team ia the recent
1964 campaign away to an official will be led by one of the city'sbig officials' and a number of Junloi I in the race among Polk mssterpoint gaijie In. Lake-
start according to cam '. '! competitive bridge laud were Mr and Mrs Phil
red fire like .ttff'
trucks just
parades ," Kent and senior high school bands. ern' ...* for the annual. "Polk Davies of Bartow and In a
THE TRUTH ABOUT plained. year ago ex Kent said the Idea of Including ItVnp Sta Cup" and the nine tie Mr*. Wait and Mrs.

NERVE DEAFNESS He said the parade scheduled the participating agencies J { ..* ot Merit. These are Thompson along with-,, Doug
for a 1:30 pm. start and the should enable LakeUnder to ,o a I top ten duplicate bridge Hall and Mr. Elmo Hoffman
frt Booklet Tells All fire truck were the Idea or become better acquainted with *, Including.their point of Iowa. The last mastfrpointtama
Now for the first time ANYWHERE Malcolm M. Birnum, campaign the Identity of those organization in county competition in Winter Haven was
Get the fact about oromotion chairman. Kent said which benefit from the Oct 1, and through the won by Mr. apd Mrs O. M.
the Nation's No. 1 cause of the, had no recollection of any United Fund program. t t : month of this year: Mulkey of Auburodale and
hearing distress NERVE,earlier campaigns being opened Grasps Not See Mr. Ted Flanlgan, Mel, H> C Crittendoa and
DEAFNESSIUntil ,with a parade of any descrip '"We have the feeling that Winter Haven .... 102) Mrs, Flanlgan. of Winter Ha
today little has beea tion. I Lakeland residents have_ contributed :Robert TbomhIU VIA Tha. Mulkeya bad a, we-
written about this painless invisible Agencies T. March to the success of United a oral high percentage ..fI'In
( ..... 1381
condition that handicaps lit discussing tile parade he Fund campaigns many time* In M WH coring their victory a,78
and isolate minions I said that all 17 Mrs. Hilda Walker cent result. They defeated
agencies par- the past without ever having pet
... 1328
This new booklet explain Jicipaung la the United Fund> been fully aware aa to Just whit ( ) what.,, would, have beta a record
what Nerve Deafness Is. bow it to be I Mra. Theo Waits by' the second -
are performance
program represented organisation benefited from the .
I ..........
Lakeland .11.42
Interferes with bearing and in the line of march. program," he laid. "Aa opportunity : place team, ot Mr. and
what symptoms .to look for We feel this is especially: Important to sea representative of Doug Hall (L) 11.38 Mr*. Stapes: The Super losta
t Find out why you may bear but because It ia tile one, these group In a line of march Paul Tyler (L) 11.00 75 per cent game.
can't understand Will surgery real way In which these agencies I such U we have planned ought O. O. Feaster (L) .10.99 There.will be a negular eerie
or a hearing aid help? WiU cat thank the in advance Mr*. V. D. Flasher
anything community toward '
'to go a long way actively game.in.Lakeland tonightat
.. help? for support In the campaign. Identifying the** organization I (L) 10.61 7.00 Morrison' CaeUria. -
This remarkable FREE booklet ." RECRUITINa AWAK MCEIVED-Uk.U* ". Navy rccmitort' teeel.i tense 1"IC.i Mr*. H. G. Mom at
tell what science baa dune ____________, bet *Wa with cast this Lakelander community ef-to .* "'I.MM In Mw .Kth.m district Mcnuti** ,..t.*.. the. tU.was fututtt III* *.Mf M... / (WHJ, ,,.?..?.,,.... 859 The second gaina.will of thetrophyawand be
to help you it you have nerve' know where their contributions et tile IIe1i1es Ine.. >......4 .rv isle rial.** Clot, Petty Ottc! r 4 *, H: .. K *4rlflk Ukb Me*. Fcankt Siepet, aerie
deafness. Just send your name, A-1 RADIO are going and this certainly Is crater. C.niMi.4. Bradfor Wills, .f J.ck_.lllc, wk. _fe the pMmMtotfM- end thief. (W.w .,.......,.....".. x.96 played Ins A Lakeland ntaiterpoint Tueadeynight.
and address to Telex Hearing t TV SERYKEMe. a good way *f educating them rfKOT N. t H.nii>ttwc4tk! end I. .. Phifftf, Uk.l..4 racrvltw. (U4fr ...ate *y H" >> one third of the con wilk be played in,VintM game Haven
Improvement. Dept B-2. :3034 j' ." year gone, here are the
... M ewes ease ia that directioa.Orgaalzation I Wednesday: nighfe, TJ;>o
Excelsior Boulevard u. s. h.. K of the parade Is 15 ranking duplicate play-
lis 1*. Minnesota. MinDe.po.l hr eAr MY.R_a_e..WI....MY Non sonar being handled by Tom Hook as Lakeland's Navy Recruiters in the .county. Tampa will ba played'Ihursdpythough Tournament
j .
t parade chairman. Mr* C. W. Thompson Sunday, Afternoon
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sessions will start at 1:30 and

i Win 1st Place District Award I (Mr WH*.).Ewin......William.,......* S.4& evening session a 1:00. The
corner.'i at
session will start
REMEMBER THIS SIGN Jim NlchoUa (L). .. 7.91 ; \
Mr. William Dancy Jj and. 7 p.m..

Lakeland' Navy recruiter: worth and R. S. Pfeiffer. competed lug station with the (L) ...., 'T.CI Major Event,
r It's Your Guide To Greatest Savings! II were given the first-place! award against recruiter in FlorIda centage. The- "anchor" Otto Rice (L> ..,.... '.4 Tha major events, at the
Friday night for having recruited : and in southern Georgia. was a plaque with aa Mr*. Lora Ryan Htllsboro Hotel,. will be:
I II the highest' percentage of Commander Bradford Wells, mounted on it (WH) '.K Individual Thursday afternoon .
their quota in 1963 la the couthem of the Naval Main Station, InJacksonville Awards also went to .Mrs. Philip. Trohn: '
II recruiting district presented the 'tons that: had recruited (L) ...............,., '.51, ; Maate( Pair T3urrday
and Wom
award to the three recruiters cent or more of their Mrs J.. P. Tynerof night:. Men's
The lakeland
I record recruiting station and noted, that their wives were quota lot the year,. Plant City ....... 1.71 en'., Pairs, Friday afternoon;
set a by winning the
i I Mixed Palm. Friday night;
TIle recruiting William Daacy (L) I."
also responsible In part for
award In two consecutive ,
kiii year Pair, Saturday alter-
Ocala took the L .. S.49 Open
the first time this has happened the "great Job" they had done I award. Stanley Sapp ( ) noon and night; Junior Pairs.;
o J'A'F since the award was initiated in Commander Well Initiated an (WH) Saturday afternoon; Team, of
Mora than 90
1956. award last night by giving the' person Mr*. W. D. Burt (WH)
I anchor" award to the ed the award dinner at .............. 9.36 Four,. Sunday afternoon and
Recruiting more than 170 per ,iday Inn. The dinner Dave Hauseman (L). night. There will be side

cent of their quota for 1963. the :t'l climax of a two-day ............,..no. 1.36 games concurrent with the
three recruiter were awardedlarge Theater the recruiter at the Mr*. Jim Nicboll major event

I a second ttma.Inscribed Tha bell hell will for thr r*. inn. (L) ............. 9.39 The next major event in
Mrs J. 0. Wood Polk County will be the Bartew. -
lD iDIiakela
awards dinner next year until the In Auburndale; Man Not (WH) ............... 929 / Open Pair Club Championship
( Mrs. Annie Ritter game. It will be played
G1O WEST MEMORIAL BLVD. Wives Ales Credited Candy StolenAUBI.1RNDAtETlM Of AddressGRAND (WH) ............... 924 in two sessions, Thursday
I Feb. 20, at 7:30 at Barrow'sCivic
In the
winning award the recruiters
1621 NORTH AVE. Have. Winner
I Chief Petty Officers R. Auburn JUNCTION. Center and Friday
([AP-n. and point do 21 at 7:30 at John1. Restaurant -
J H. Kendrkk. N. L. 'HolHngs- Theater on East;: Park Avenuewas telephon standing U
BROADWAY And COJMREE ROAD looted of an assortment; of and post office agree include the result of last in Bartow.
candles Thursday by someone clay Jameson's '. National Charity Sec Four: owe event have been
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Dr. Lewis R. who pried open a stock room he live at 1699 Pinyon in Barlow but they do added to the calendar foe
Gucrrierl M.D. door. The theft was discoveredthis There on the north the recent Winner county duplicate players. The
morning by Janitor house on Pinyon. street l Ia Winter Haven. That National Charity Sectionalwill
OPEN SUNDAYS 8 A.M. Announces: the Moving of The value of the stolen candy numerals 1699. But was won by Mr. and be played in Winter Haven
} hit office to war not Immediately known because street where the city of *. Nicholls and by Mrs on Friday, March .. The
the manager of the theater Junction say Jameson and Ted Norland of county "team" championship
1927 S. Florida Ave. la out of town. The theater the number 1951. .. Second place will be decided in two sessions
J, TILL 6 P.M. FOR YOUR For the Private Practice of operate only on ....had-.. "There'i no such to Mr. and Mrs Dancy in Lakeland on Saturday.
Neurological Surgery Police ,said that there was 1699 Pinyon." insist Mrs Ryan and Mr: *. Gra March 28. The top two team
1'1 b no sign of forced entry, from ner Don Warner Cochrana of Aubumdale. from Polk County will coon'set.
: Hours By Appotattrwnt any of the outside entrance but Jameaon relative .. ,thirdWOT* "'fII. In tb. SUM KiwiU in F|. i
SHOPPING CONVENIENCESELECTED Phone 683-1873 the stock room door was forced said he knows for and Mrs. Thompson end pierce: on April 2>.2&. There
open with a screwdriver or which house is his. If* *. Trohn and Mrs Tyner. will be Charity Masterpoiat
I I some other Instrument 'story green one on the I 4th place were Mrs. WilANNOUNCING games in Lakeland on Sun-.
WESTERNBEEF I I day. March 15. and Sunday.
May 3rd.The latter event will
;.: raise money for Lakeland'
c ..... "' Central Avenue PTA, Ta next
< A .
., :
d ,. t. !to.
{ '1 '. to ; Winner Cam will be.on Friday -
:J' !" March 13. in Bartow.
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..:' ': ; JIt 'ftf AccidentBlocks
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LIVER .. (Its.,i. ..;; : .',: .::tt .,,:. (",....,. ) ., j;.+ / BradentonBRADENTON
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,(,. .. ; .;! ?, i ';. ;ji, ::,': ,:, :.: /,'" W-A. freight

I ..,r '" t "'", ,1"-"I... ,. fn ) 8; a": j train rammed the rear of a tank
SWIFT'S PREMIUM "SWEET SMOKE" <' t '" ) ;, a" w% i :"' ", '.. '" .t .. 3Far.,eP truck loaded with 3,000 gallonsof
s '
t":" ,",{., ;. ,; ., : t \ ,.. "-- .. 'I gasoline st a crossing on
.,' "" r'. "i!/ ..>' ..; ,. "j, "* '<<, { ti. ''''!'-r... U.S. 301 today and set off a
:< ; .. >- < .tpJ
,, / : "' .",.., ;. ,,.,", ,',, '" .. ,,.f.:' ",, t.I. \< .. '/ tt '. t..t.'> fire that blocked the highwayfor
"R"/ p ,. than four hour
; \ more
BACON .Ib. 4ge ;1\ "I 'r
: .( .. .t if". : "" "' ..,: Q1.. ;: { ,'\i "" Robert Lee Andrew. 3 -ye.r-

..\&,.". .' :$".". ,, 'J, .,, .' .tIJ ....' old truck driver from Braden-
';( ;.. ,' h-!' :' :1' iIi(
;: crawled from the burning
: : 1. \>:" : !/t..w4 ton.
'; t : ,,I ">. \ ',!5'' cab and told onlooker "call
... '
PY-O-MY FROSTING OR LOAF SIZE : ". ,, .., : :; my boss." He was taken to
.. '>,',,"" j 'hv" ''' ''',d; Sarasota Memorial Hospitalwith
and third degree
\ : ,, '. second
M << .
1It the face and hands.
,, P i bums of
\ Andrews, a Negro, wa described
PKG. \ '4.'M !> T ."" ::1' t
7 "" oj
..... .. f" .... .,.. ,, ,J",' ,'. ..' .., ,. '-" ..... '., ;"';, "I' ;, ) ""' .... I'" While in firemen good condition.poured water

'f.t "t ,-'. .." \> q. :,": '..I't' j'" ... ..{ Ii' ,_, ':= 5'I on of the the burning Seaboard truck Airline the crew Railway

.,, ,> ',, .', ... ...,- ,t .- -,! f. tIA'if' \ ( freight used extinguishers
'( ft"j .
_.... "
<<,. .> 'I "' ? to put out flames on the engine.
.... ", .A. "There were tank cars on the
Three 'f\o.\f-' 1t' .
MIXES I .' j train and we were scared theywould
go up, too" said a State
Highway Patrol spokesman
Highway traffic war detoured
( around the fin over U,S. 41(
#1 TALL ZESTDOG H. A. Durrance plant manager
of A. M. Leach Inc., the
I Shell Oil Co Jobber at Braden
c I ton. Mid Andrew had left the
plant about 20 minute earlier
with a full toad of gasoline sad
S AN t was bound for Sarasota. j
1 "He' a very careful driver
and we can/ only assume
L m t the accident wa unavoidable)"
THE COMET CYCLONE- Durtanca said.1 .

FOOD Six I WITH A HERITAGE 100,000 MILES LONG L. Alfred Pupils'

CAPTURES THE SPIRIT OF DA vrONA. Racy sporty elegant VoterReRegistration

That's the new Cyclone. Inspired by Comet's historic Durability Sponsor

ARGO LIGHT MEAT, CHUNK STYLE i,, i I;!//t ill I //V1 Run at Daytona where four specially equipped Comets each ran

IVw. i "J 100,000 miles averaging over 105 mphl Standard equipment In

l';# every Comet Cyclone: Super 289 cu. la V-8. tachometer bucket from LAKE the ninth ALFRED civic: class Students ft
TUNA 1ge
t seats, chrome engine fittings and competition type wheel covers. Lake Alfred Junior High Schoolare
sponsoring voter re-regis-
"*4'M-.. VInyl' covered roof optional. [!J COM ET tration at city hall today *
a WNcW?'NIOeller Williamson, principal
vlcaswsawevent. (
1-LB. CARTON waste's --.1 wu.rctrv sNa.ne, e of the school will be at the city

Claude Jenkins The registration book will
be open tonight unto 9 o'clockIn l
Tomatoes IOe LINCOLN-MERCURY INC. order to give daytime work
ers a chance to register.
941) I. Main St. Lakeland, Fla. Phone 6B2.611 1 Lake Alfred has already registered
M per cent of the eligible i.
i Open Evenings 'Til 9 And All Day Soturday For Your Convenience voter, it was reported

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LAKELAND__LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. t. 1M1 iB I

'-. S 1 : s4 i1< i .""'<. t .1 1\ ; ; tqJ .t.r' Roden Urges Polk Homeowners i PRIME-INCLUDU RIBS-

r ;ye .... OF BEEF

< By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF Christian Wolff compositions < To Apply For Tax ExemptionBARTOW $2.00ROAST

JOHN CAtfEi Cartridge Musk are for conventional instruments.

CHRISTIAN WOLFE: Duo for, But conventionality County Tax Roden's office at the courthouseon Feb. 14-Halnes City City Hall LEG
Violinist and Pianist, Summerfor ceases there. This Is anotherof Assessor James L. Roden Issued Monday through Friday until 10 aim, to 3 p.m, OF LAMB
+ SUlnf Quartet, Duet II the pieces In which the play another appeal yesterday for April I, Feb. 17 through 20-Ukeland ;
for Horn and Piano. Ralmondl sled
er is given various options of homeowners to file for homestead : In addition Roden said he will Civic Center, 9.30: a.m to 4 p.m.
d Kobayaihl, violinists
a a ; what to play and how and exemptions for 1964. be in the during I
following places Roden stated filing
Trampler, violist; Soyer, cellist persons applications
hornlsl Tudor, when to play it, so that no two Approximately 30,000 homestead the next two weeks to assist for the first* time Other Selected
) ;
performances are ever likely renewal cards have been home owners In filing applications I
pianist. Time S 8001, monaural should bring their deed or purchase Appetizing Meals
8001. to be the same This quality of returned to his office, Roden : contract showing owner-
chance, or absence of determin said Over 40,000 renewal cards Feb. 10 and 11-Wlnter Haven ship as of Dec. 31, 1963. from $1.40CHIFITIRIA
This Is the ninth record to be ism, mailed Jan. 1
is one which has Interested were out on 2.
Hall, 9 30 to 4
City : aim p.m.
Issued In Time Records extraordinary several composers and the result In addition, Roden noted that SIKVICI
contemporary music is a succession of soundsin 2,466 new homestead, widow and Feb. 12-Kathleen Post Office, Karl To Speak
series. And it it an extraordinary t.30: a.m. to 10 a.m. II
which silence Is of equal Importance disability applications had been
record Indeed. The work otwo f to sound. filed through Friday Feb. 12-Clyde Bryant's Grocery At Haines CityHAINES
compotiertU Mu, This may all sound pretty in Providence, 10:30: a.m. (
...........-.- representedon wild and far-fetched to some. Deadline Set to 11 a.m.Feb. CnY-Rep. Fred' P.M.e
It. The first, However, these ideas and ex State law requires the annual 12-Rockledge,11:30: a.m. Karl will address the Ridge
John Cage, 1s a ,,,,::. periments are facts of the contemporary renewal of all applications for to noon. League of Municipalities meeting
r't {.fIi highly t r a I nedcomposer -r5 musical scene and'tax exemptions any form- Feb. 12-Polk City Post Office, here Thursday evening. I Til Uk.l. .
f : of International both here and abroad there are 'with the tax assessor betweenJan. 12:30: pm. to 1 p.m. I Karl will speak at the Haines Snt Lct n 24 Tan
re <'If#, many people who are Intensely 1 and April 1. Feb. 13-Auburndale City Hall, City Women's Club, starting alj l
r1tJLLSSrJI pute. Recipient h.: Interested in their progress The renewals may be filed In 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. ;I 7 o'clock. I .
GUll.RenP ,
of a -
helm Fellow'i:
ship and other,, tl I
awards he .Aatudied -.J\, uJJJ
with I
CowellMrf, Sokoloff
Henry I "
and Arnold Schoenberg and has ,. "'
I been "on the forward bumper I & Taggar-t a ), .
of the American .
ever since His av.nt.gardO"1 P0trso .
positions for the prepared piano
set the standard more than 20
years ago for an originality and,,
experimentation from which heMs

\ THROUGH THI ROOF-J..t ec.... th. h.iii ws never piano deviated.was entirely The prepared hisI' '

built *tt* the wall was ''rill*' h sa ,**.... why' 'h. veil cn't own invention. Between the APPRECIATION DAYSBecause
M Ioc.'*4 clot t. tli. hcuM, .i this phot. ....... The seen .Itth strings of a piano, he inserted
Per i Coif Court, ", h.,. a wall drilline rip I wot' Listed I. screws, nuts, bolts and piecesof
eta top .f tti. kuildinf and Ik. will V1II4 .*.I.ht! *.wn t..bash rubber, thus completely altering -
Ik. r*.f. Tli* well driller said k. r>*4 rill.*' walls U for of the sound and providinga '
4i1fo....! ,I.ce., but this. was' his fin rooft** (ok. (Lades Flat.r totally different and startling
l ,rH, range of tone colors i of the wonderful/ reception of the new 1964 line of Zenith TV, Stereo

The second Christian
LakelanderGets Wolff has composer had no,formal! and Radios we want to show our appreciation by offering you the opportunity
I Rev. Cooley training in theory or
(tion. He Is at present compo.i'l
Highest Will SpeakAt at Harvard University buying new Zenith appliances
is working for his Doctorate In)
I Classical Studies A few years
Degree SouthernThe ago, he met John Cage and
others of this avant-grade group, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES!
Carl Philip; Burkhardt of 320 Rev. George M. Cooley, a and quite evidently has been
Lake Bonny Drive, former enormously stimulated by their
Grand Marshal of the Grand,Presbyterian student leader whois Ideas. '>!; '.. .... ......
In """ "
Lakeland for the "Chain ofMissions '
Lodge of Florida has been I give this brief background
awarded the designation of will be Florida South.ern' because these are highly gifted i BUY NOW AND
Knight of the York Cross of chapel speaker at 10:10: men of substance who are workIng -I NlrH
Honor, highest honorary degreein a.m. Monday.The In a field so far removed I i SAVE EVEN MORE!
the York Rite of Freemas from accustomed .
Rev. Dennis R. DeLacure, what we are I i
onry. college chaplain, said the publicis to consider as music that a .
Burkhardt Is the 937th personto Invited to attend the programin great many people attempt to Soon by order of the FCC all .
have received the award In the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. dismiss what they are doing as TV Television will have to be both VHF
the last 35 years In North nonsense No matter what our
America and the Philippines. The Rev. Mr Cooley a nativeof reaction to the experimentationIs { and UHF. This will cost about $30
Burkhardt masterof Lynn Haven, is secretary of Save that extra charge by BuyIng .
serves as the it is anything but nonsense more 1
Lakeland Lodge of MasonsIn of Student World Department Re- Whether or not it will ever represent J Not a table model,but a full NOW
1957; High Priest of Lakeland lations. He also has a permanent contributionto
served as I console with Zenith's Finest
Chapter Royal Arch of Presbyterian pastor at Washington music no one can say. But M u .... '
Mesons in 1961; Master of Polk and Lee University and we owe It a hearing. Features
Council, Royal and Select Master Virginia Military Jnstitute. On this recording John Cage\ i
,. *, In 1901, and Commanderof shows how far his experimentation t k
H. 1*.a .,.dua.. of the Unlerslty :
Lakeland Commandery of Florida hat carried him. He,usesvarious Priced As low As ...rs
and the
Knight Templar, in 1957. objects such as feathers,
He has also been District Theological Seminary toothpicks, piano wire, matches,
Deputy Grand Master of the Ky. and lit> t\n.. Inserted Into alI
Grand Lodge of Florida In 1963 During World War II he wai I phonograph pick-up: or- -cart:! \ Pint Furnitwt 00
a navigator on a B-17 bomber, Styling $449 ;
and was Grand Marshal of the ridge. Contact microphones are I
Grand Lodge In 1960. and spent one year as a prisoner applied to chairs, tablet, wastebaskets )1 Genvint Vtneert and Hardwood Solid W/T
The Knights of the' York war after being shot down and other objects. Both
Cross of Honour Is conferred over Germany. the cartridges and the microphones MODEL 5011
only to Masons who have held His wife is the former Miss are connected to amplifiers
the highest office In each of the Helen. Keller Merrin of Plant i which go to loudspeakersand
four bodies of the York Rite. City.'Smoky' are under the control of the I 16" PORTABLE TVWhy
performers. By various percussive
methods, a wide variety of
Man Who Quit Joined ; noises-.some complex others pay almost as much for a "Tiny" TV when a ?
simple are produced. The
Smoking Wins By Raccoon recording is a superposition of few pennies more will buy this giant, lite
I four' performances by David weight.$13995
Lottery Prize Tudor and the composer. The'music' 16" screen? Priced

KANSAS CITY (AP-Smoky) or materials, from 1 WEIGHS LESS THAN A 2-YR.-OLD K.I 610
KYOTO, Japan (AP-Kuma- the Bear, inveterate foe of for which the performers play Is
zo Shimoyama 59, a merchant, est fires, Is going to be joined In highly complex and allows for
quit smoking after reading the his conservation work by a forest the indetermination of performance ,!
recent U.S. government reporton friend-the raccoon. which has interested John 7ITH 23" CONSOLE TV PORTABLE STEREO
cigarettes and lung cancer. The National Association of Cage for some time. He carriesthis )1
With a third of his monthly Soa Water Conservationvoted a step further here becausethe 1
cigarette allowance 1,000 yen today to adopt the raccoon turning down of amplifier "
$2.80)-he) bought 10 government as its emblem, a symbol by one of the performers, Genuine solid woods and veneers _
lottery tickets ,(if antipollution campaign to: can render the other performer's Mrs.
One of his ticket won the first keep the nation's streams as action inaudible making assays i e Automatic "Fringe Lock" Circuit 0 c'd (
prize of 3 million yen ($8,400) clean as the food the little animals he the performance itself
Thursday. eat. ndeterminate. e Spotlight Dial \
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Super Target
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PCCENT CAGLES PRIDE Quick Fror. GovL Imp. CovL GRADE "A.I I De Malay U

I : To Install

.j.ji :IIJ J OfficersScott L

i il H. Reed HI. SM oT Mr
and Mn. Scott H. Reed Jr. mi
\ Petersburg AY*.. will be InstaUcd Ingroham Named Major Project
M master councilor of the
i Tropical Chapter of the Order By WILLIAM D. SHILLING
'of Lsemooeitbu Ledger Staff Writer :

Whole Cut 'ce A major street project for the City of LakelandIn
or Up afternoon at 3
$ o'clock III the the 1964-1983 fiscal year will be the widening of
I Lakeland M a Ingraham Avenue from East Memorial Boulevard to

; same Temple the new Bartow Highway.
FXCELt 'I Other to be'I..a. City Manager Robert V. Youkey give the> In.
,r Bed arc graham project the second top priori ,_
,Thomas StaIDak. ty rating In projected street improvements 't
MONDAY V er, aenior. couacUor. second only to the widening to
4 4t Jeff Mylton. 44 feet of East Parker Street from In- 1
Junior tena.bloc
TUESDAY r' James- graham to Massachusetts) Avenue.

Smith, senior anD The East Parker alinement and IMU
I deacon; Robert Helmfck, Junior widening u expected to be done dur- ai liBissW \
WEDNESDAY .. L. deacon: John Bland sensor ing the current fiscal year. Engineer
I steward; Gary William, Junior tog cost estimates are now being pre

, VALUES : } ,,1t..nI; John Tompkin. era pared.
or; Lance Granger scribe Searstown and Ward are basically
,Terry Hall sentinel; Robert responsible for the need to provide
extra 'WMP I Straight chaplain; Ted Weeks adequate east-west and north-south SHILLING
marshal; Robert Stevenson traffic arteries to handle anticipated
standard bearer: Carl Uesser. traffic volume that will be generated by the develop
extra Fire preceptor; Chip Creel see- ing commercial areLActually
'aid preceptor! Patrick Stephens.
: :: third and Ingraham needs to be widened all the
preceptor; George
I CAGIE'S HIDE QUICK Granger fourth preceptor.The way from Memorial to Lake Hollingsworth Drive. It
INSP. GOVT. GRADE 'AFRYER Values I Installing officers will be is a major access route to Florida Southern College
RI' Big Today 'Ray Dunes installing officer The city's present street projections are limitedto
I'I'GOVT. John Bremen senior councilor; Parker and Ingraham insofar as priority ratingsare

= 'rf> .. Lance Granger Junior councilor; concerned. In all probability You key. Planning
Robert Beadles aenior deacon: Director George A. Sanford and William P. Warner
j PARTS Gary Smith chaplain marshaL and director of public works, will make a comprehensivestudy
George Granger
in the immediate months ahead and come up
i Adam Cam is chapter dad of
Fryer Breast the Tropical Chapter. and Roe- with a street priority program to cover the next five

,cos Jones is assistant chapterdad. or 10 years. .
When You Shop Kwik Chek Commissioner Lois Searl has already mentionedthe

'If' c need for such a long range plan so that the governing
,.... Plus You Get Top Value Stamps I body will have specific guide lines to meet
AdvertisingWeek the needs of a rapidly-growing community.

For Excellent Free Gifts Sanford said this past week that he believes
Drumsticks there has never been a time in Lakeland's history
Opens when there has been more need for a master capital
or Thighs improvement program coordinated in detail with the
TodayThe municipality's: ability to finance such a long-range

P flfcflc 6.r. projection.

Paced I Importance of adveniaing' *

Coffee t 49c role In providing consum- Millions Must Be SpentIn
en with free choke of goods
O.. will be the theme of Advertising a sense, this belief emphasizes the need of
Week which starts today, ac- looking into the availability of federal grants to assist
'cording to Howard Cann. presIdent the municipal government to meet its capital
; of the Advertising Club of improvement projections.For .
1 .de s.;: l ar.r
,Polk County sponsor of the the City of Lakeland needs to expend mil
4 SAVE 1 event here.
.. lions of dollars to keep pace with the commercial,
JESSE JEWEL Fuel. I CaM..id the 1964 campaign and residential growth of the area and to keep pace
is is the
"Advertising" Voice ofFree with the progress being made by other cities in Flor..
YeerCkeke19c ( Choice, and he added "a
: word from the sponsor, whether Ida.
Ment ee ,spoken or printed, soft or strl- The library will be an expenditure of at least

SAVE lOc ALL PURPOSEWesson ;dent, provoking, grave or funny $500,000. The new convention center will cost more
hal become a familiar part of than a million dollars. At least a million dollars will,
'American life. be required for adequate storm drainage. Several
Pies Oil. 24 .Lid I "Do we take the time to real million dollars could easily be expended for street
UeJtTve4 25' Ie the sponsor Is not Just sponmrlng improvements.That .
: a product but the whole
*f. 1 \lyMem.ot fra nUrpcfcM For the. city commission has no timetable or I '
SAVE ARROW WHITE YELLOW OR PINK! FACIAL Free enterprise Is based on the financial Indicatero to provide lor-an order
... .:: the that
: !right of the seller to compete ly growth is fact the governing
freely for- the attention of the body spends far too much time in discussing relatively -
400ft 25' buyer and the right of the buyerto insignificant, routine operating matters to the
f Tissue 2 Pkis.LWtTwe. 1 choose freely among competing neglect of planning for major capital improvements

4 Pale products. The teller's Since the commission meets only twice a month.
59c I voice Is advertising The buy.er's City Hallways will repeat its belief that the govern
Pkg. choice- is.,.freedom, Cann ing body should be in session every week. On altern.te -
weekly meeting days capital improvement
3 R.19c I Sponsors Named could be given the study and consideration essentialto
Lifebuoy. lbalt The national chairman for the the progress of the city.

'. 1964 Advertising Recognition Mayor Harold Crlzzard put the thought into concise
I Program l Is Charles F Adams, pungent words when he said:
executive vice president of Mac- "We need to think big plan big, and perhaps
Minus. John and Adams Inc..
to Lakeland and moving
spend big keep
.. ,Bloomfield Hills Mich. The naikmal ahead." progressing
( I Buns ? 29' Bread 2".. 41' campaign Is sponsored
i S! EXTRA 10P YAlOE SIAMPS ,jointly by Advertising Federa *
.. 4..M..d ti e..d w./ tlon of America and the Adver Plan Received Well
Rich ChocolateEcbin Using Association of the West
I 2 'If'' 89c I The Lakeland chairman for The mayor at the commission meeting last Mon-

....Mir Kw*CM a wN.e1.N__ I the Advertising Recognition Pro day announced that he had received resolutions
UMIT ONI nt CUtTOMIt gram Is Deane Hart of Publix "highly favorable" from the Exchange Club and the
c_"' .... rw.a ......., 'I Super Markets. He has selected Lakeland Board of Realtors on the city constructinga
"FARM FRESH the following committee memo convention auditorium and coliseum.
bers to aid in promoting the Grizzard's commission committee on the conven-
idea of how advertising provides tion center feasibility study will be meeting in the
FRUITS AND freedom of choice
i : 1 to the near future. Facts and figures on such facilities in
American consumer: Mac Bar
other Florida cities will be studied.
VEGETABLES" num. Hugh Cash R. William
,Schroter Ninl Moms, Duane Commissioner R. H. Gibson is the committee
TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN McConnell and Roland Potter. chairman. Other members are Wilbur Y. Wooten and
Mayor Harold GrUxard of W. J. Peterson.
Fish Sticks Lakeland made the week official
In a proclamation issued last
I week. Property Trade Eyed

Set. : I Calling advertising a "mos The city has had some discussion with Charles

3 k| $100 ,furtherance Important contribution of our free to enterprise the Rocker about a property trade to permit the municipality -
; to widen Pine Street to 44 feet between Flor-
and a strong force ida
Avenue and Lake Wire Drive.
MORTON FROZENDonuts + for democracy Mayor Grix-
'rand said advertising "is a key Rocker owns the commercial building occupiedby
3 $100 : ,factor in the continued expansion Gable Auto Electric Co. at the southwest cornerof
> ; Fancy Red the
of the economy and intersection of Florida and Pine.
w DeliciousSweet :helps create and maintain Jobs The north wall of the building would have to
:in every part of our land"and be replaced to permit the city to proceed with the
kind of
in every Industry.
I widening.
He urged all citizens to ",ive
p R SPECrALS, I this great industry recofmtio Youkey is talking about an equal appraised value
land respect" In observance 01 trade, giving Rocker footage south of his building in
MAZOLA the week. exchange for the needed right of way on the north.
& The city would rebuild the north wall of the struc
/ Apples ture if agreement is reached.
MargarineJBONOWARE 500 Attend *

Michigan Mr. Pete Gets New Post
9 INCH J. Hardin Peterson Sr. has been appointed hon

White Plates "i-MOO 89c Tourist PicnicMore bers orary of historian the commission.The for the City. of Lakeland by the mem

BONDWARE OUNCE! Per long-time Congressman is somewhat of a
than 500 persons gatb-
Cold w .140 43c C end at the Magnolia Buildin Lakeland institution in himself, and a considerable
Cups 14
Pound !last week for this year's annual authority on history of the city.
GERBER'S STRAINED 'Michigan Tourist picnic. Mr. Pete was a veteran in Washington when L.
I After a program presented by Mendel Riven, the South Carolina Democrat, arrived
Baby Food 10 *". ** 99e the music department of the at the capital in 1940 for his maiden term in
BUTTERNUT DELICIOUS :Lakeland Senior High School. Congress.

FANCY CRISP STALK ,Mrs. Lois Holly 94. of Mani Lakeland's I. C. Pendarvis is a close friend of
Candy 6 ** ni. 25c I:tee, was present honored and as the Mrs.oldest R Rivers, who will be the new chairman of the powers

JACK'S ASSORTED CELERY' 2 29'' Guthrie person of Ironwood were honored ful House Armed Services Committee with the re-,
| tirement
of Georgia's Carl Vinson.
. ... . .. .. stalks for having traveled tile
Cookies '* ... Pica 39c 'greatest distance to attend the In his recent talk here, the able and astute Rivers:
....MIII .b.-II picnic. recalled that Mr. Pete answered all greetings and.
| Officers elected were the Rev. such with his well-known "fine, fine, fine."
Prkss Effective MeaeV Febnary 10 Tin WesWtaay, Fetwry 12 Qeaatitr Rif kti Reienee4 I Frank Stephenson of Adrian, As the story goes, Mr. Pete was out campaigning -".
., president; Mr*. George Olson
\ .t for re-election back in the
1930s. He
met a con-
''of Ovid, vice president Mrs.
1010 EAST ROSE ST. :Ira E. Carley of Kalamazoo; stituent in Polk County. The constituent informed''
,secretary: ; Mrs. Ross W Whit- the Congressman that his "dear Aunt Bertha had recently '
log of Battle Creek, treasurer: died." And. of course, Mr. Pete reportedly abstractly '
813 SOUTH FLORIDA AVE.Ica and the Rev. Carl Havens of replied "Fine, fine, fine."

Detroit chaplain City Hallways thinks that it is fine, fine, fine to
I A dance was held to concludethe have Mr Pete as the City of Lakeland's honorary
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__ LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. I, IM4 S.BIb

Precinct Books To Stay Open Until Feb. 21 Candidate Incorrectly :

BARTOW-Th county voter in redistricting the county, the voters could register at the pre. Work announced that the time, the branch office in the county Identified
registration books will remainIn registration books were sent to cinch had again been extended, and I building at Main Street and
their present precinct loct the precincts, where they were Yesterday, however, Mrs that the books would remain In I Massachusetts Avenue in Lake, A. A. Ready, candidate for
constable, was identified in The
lions throughout Feb. 21, Mrs. to remain until Feb. 1. the precincts: until Feb. 21. land. for the
Ledger as a supervisor
Blanche Work, county supervisor This time was extended, however The ghost of Lady Llghtfoot After that date, voters will be Coot Wilson Construction Co. of
of registration, announced when the registration of She Isley Walsh, Worcestershire able to register only at the, Harry Stuhldreher, Don Miller, Bartow.
yesterday failed to reach the levels officials England, Is said to appearin county office In Bartow and at., James Crowley and Elmer Lay: He Is a heavy machinery operator
a coach with four fiery hones for the company and not
When the registration of all had Under the den Notre Dame's celebrated .
hoped. and drive wildly through the old Isaac Adams, Boston, Mass, were a supervisor He has served in
raters was made necessary by extension of time, last Fridaywas house. M a finale, she plunges Introduced nickel-plating on a: "Four Horsemen" of a supervisory capacity for other

the__county_ commission's action I ._ ..to have!_been the_last_'days Into the moat. commercial scale In 1865-1866. football.._ companies In the past--
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BARTOW-The SUn Building on Main Street In
Bartow may begin to shake with grumbles and coun. VALENTJWFS DAY
ter-grumbles likely to come forth In upcoming weeks firefion
from two bodies with offices in the building-the
Peace River Basin Board and the Property Owners
Arthur Bissett, managing director of the. POL
set the stage for a potential battle Friday, when he ..WHERE YOUR DOLLARS lg
lashed out at the Peace River Board for refusing to
make the minutes of its meetings a matter of public
seems to be the opinion of Bissett-and others 1
-that since the board is a tax-supported body, Its CIIAIIGE-IT BUY 0IIUItGirr TERMS
records should be open to anyone who desires to
look at them.
The board's action calls for the minutes to be,
shown only to persons who have permission from
Board Chairman Horace Jones or Resident Engineer LICENSE PLATE
Bill Cross. And then, only if Cross is present to explain Portable Kadfo
the minutes.A irni Tk
third stipulation provides that the minutes
may not be shown to anyone until after they have
become official which means a month after the
meeting. Board members open their monthly meet.. GraceFully.styled
ings. by approving minutes for the preceding month. "Leading Lady" WJOO
Bissett even went as far as to accuse the boardof l 11111 1111111111I' hair dryer in mint
acting "to conceal their activities from the public / y green with travelit ,
by not allowing their minutes to be made available oraga case: .
until they are a month old." ii yI Three heat selec-

y" tions.Silent motor

Secret Meetings Possible ..(.11 doesn't interfere

He may have a point. What's to keep the board with TV. FITS ALL STANDARD CARS
membersfrom, getting together for an unannounced L F
meeting? Action in such a meeting could be shieldedfor
at least a month. And then even longer, if Jones 88 INCLUDES Chrome
and Cross should decide not to give anyone permission plated
to see the minutes. BATTERIES C
In Bissett's statement, he said "Such administration 6 9 Die cast frame
could screen from the public the plans and activities Superb tone from big 3i" sneaker
of the District until it was too late to focus Snug lasting fit
public attention toward correction. If such minutes 1 Smart ebony case with blue and gold trim ratan $1377ANY

of the board are not official and worthy of public e Convenient pull-up handle installed
review, then certainly they are not official actions Magnetic earphones for private listening FREE Easily
upon which administration can base its operations.
The Property Owners League and officials of the
various phosphate companies always have shown a
great amount of interest in the actions of the Peace
River Board because their organizations quite often Wheel Alignment&y I I 10
are affected by action taken by the board. e ; SE pF

The whole matter erupted when Jones Issued an I &y ,export m..cr>*nic., a G
order not to mail out any copies of the minutes. Bis.. WHILE
sett concedes that Jones may "have had a thread to Vlng',' r :cJl n.qulpmtnf C QtasT
stand on there;" but he still claims the board's records THEY
should be "available at all times and not confi wm,

dential"A classic remark came from Jones during last Regular '2.95 Value

Thursday's meeting. He quipped: "If they want j
copies, let them bring their secretary and take them
down like we do. Hard Cover Edition.Plwtto.
ra$555: lelro

Situations Differ sole

Bolivar' Hyde, another board member, pointedout :
"that the minutes of any big corporation are not *Heavy-duty molded
official until they are approved at the next meet. rubber
ing. This is true. But has Hyde forgotten that he is
an appointed member to a body supported entirelyby Here's what we do: SIZE Non-skid design Only
tax" monies and not an office in a "big corporation Universal Fit

The minutes of county commission meetings and Readjust the caster, camber and toe-In of front Choice of colors! :
school board meetings are available to anyone who wheels to manufacturer's original specifications.RepUcment 199
wants to see them as soon as they have been con parts and torsion bar adjustment, white, red, blue,
verted from shorthand form. extra: if needed. green, black
Commission Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon remarked 2
"We want people to know what is in our I
minutes.Certain taxpayers in Polk County long have objected .. .
} to the Peace River board because they claimIt 'J ,1\\\\\\\\\\\\
is not a good idea to give taxing powers to a board 'f'R'EE" FOR
whose members are appointed rather than elected. J ,

Safety Steps Taken 1 POUND, BOX
County Commissioners are chipping in with their y
bit in the traffic safety campaign started by the FlorIda SCHRAFTS'VALENTINE $22 taA ltonly
Highway Patrol. First, they voted to install seat Blackwallg
belts in county vehicles and! directed employes to i
use them. CANDY
Also, they have petitioned the State Road Department
and got permission to Install "slow down" Ysurt lor |lust epining .r adding t. your budget ..n4 2 Tr......In tintictm
signs at the intersection of U. S. 27 and State Road scctvnt with a purchase totaling $24.95 *r wr. .< du! ee ywr car
542, also known as the Dundee Crossing.
The Intersection was the scene of an accident .
which claimed: the lives of two of. the county's 13 ,j't$10nDELUXE
traffic victims during this year. &tii i a 1{ 'I M ST R:
Signs limited speed through the Intersection to
45 miles per hour, and bigger caution light has been CHAMPION
hung over the Intersection. $99
Commission Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon called NEW TREADSRETREADS $1388
the area "the most traveled flat intersection in 5..401

Terms ON YOUR OWN TIRES Toasts one, two, three or four slices at a time-
Two Crossings Lighted Budget to perfection! Oven type interior keeps toast

With the recent outbreak of deaths caused by e Weighs only 2V4 pounds 0'heaU In 20 seconds 'C ffl..buy on Budget Terms warmer longer. Handsomely styled in chrome
Civil Defense Director Wes Gunn with stay-cool plastic handles, trim and feet.
collisions, .
car-train e Thumb tip control with fabric selector dial
Of the 111
has come up with an interesting statistic:
places where railroads intersect with through county
roads, only two of the crossings are marked with

signal lights. : O
will includethe pHIL PHItCOPbrtaibfe
Gunn is working on a report which I
number of crossings at State Roads in the county. Contemporary; ; '

Polk Lay Diabetics a / I ,, 'with Stereo'AM-FM Hf-Fi Radio: D 'TV'

II J 5.00
Society Meets TuesdayThe t NO MONEY DOWN 129" Down
none ot aware I Slender lightweight TV with
Polk County Lay Dlabet- have din aideddhare hendiome, leather-Ilk grain
In WITH TRADE Beautiful cabinet of walnut wood sene.nand
of It eV.1 .
Tuesday fashion covering in whit with bright ulvcr accent Dig, bril-
will meet all tour
ics Society wild Plays speed amass 10 and 12-inch
four has a chance pecan .
try persons liant 19-inch creen (overall die ) AIM ri private Intoningjack
auditorium IwD7rM record of Mm* *ped, automatically I chute off after last
night at 8 o'clock\ In the of developing diabetes. I record AM-FM radio with Stereo FM. AUo available in and telescoping Pivotenna. Phiko Cooi Chawi foe longer
of Lakeland General The society was formed under *Automatic *Drlus Dairy Bar Freezer! stores 92 mahogany. TV m..
Inform Diabetes Also- defrosting Storage Door the of frown food
Hospital, in an effort to the
diabetics of the work being done elation to give information to
to alleviate their problems. persons that normally would
., .. '
Dr. Eugene Davidson of the have to pay for such .ela.lrav.meea.l tlaw.a"c..r:, a..wlr eats eels 1 s.
Watson Clinic, Dr. William Steel tlon at a physician's informa-I
of Winter Haven and Miss Catherine The services of the society,
Farrow, dietician at Lakeland are free to all diabetics, their
General Hospital, will form relatives and friends, and all,
a panel to answer questions for are Invited to attend the meet- "
those attending the meeting ing. I I e
E. O. O'Neal chairman of Another meeting will be held
the society, said that interested on March 14 in Winter Haven
persons should bring five questions to give free blood tests to persons 202 N. MASS. AVE. MU 6-4153
to the meeting The panel to determine unfound cases ,
will take the questions prior to of diabetes. O'Neal said that,
the meeting so that as many as volunteers will be needed to' LAKE LANDU
possible can be answered. take case histories at the meet'
Victims Sought in I. The location of the meeting'
O'Neal said that the society will be announced at a later
Is trying to locate persons who,date. )

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-I Civic ClubRoundUp If 1( Collision Feared For India, ChinaIndia

and Red China-arc
these giant of the East on a
collision count for the leadership
II IIil : of Asia?
This and other question W
3i relative to the shifting balance
ll A Y ') II. of world power will be
discussed this week at the See
il JUNIOR 1 1 1, yl't b

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1 COMMERCEThomas alit; ,

1 Hallick wu chosen
1 Dr. F. T. Lenfestey.. president
chairman of the annual Miss
A qia of the Polk County Junior
Lakeland Contest and girls
t College, was the speaker at the
wishing enter the contest can
last meeting of the Dixieland
-''- get Information at the Jaycee
: :: Lions Club.Lentestey.
--i.I office. Other information on the
spoke briefly on the
contest will be released at a
junior college and its functions t
1 later date. t
: Yll
in Polk County.
The Florida Jaycee Winter
,: Conference will be held Thurs-I

day through next Sunday at
Panama City. A large deleJa-
-On. .f tfc. ....... Stale Cel.... eats, inMIM the tlon of Lakeland Jaycees Is ex- EXCHANGE
'f .. pected to attend.DOWNTOwN QUB
Cfc rk < f USA CM*** it MM S>I MM S wyr J

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''f l b.r Ark. The 14. Is >i < ctW kj CrP'WN
G.rd..d tli. Winter H.... C.....b.r .f c.-
Ledley H. Wear. past presIdent QUINTAL, ART- rM. HhM .Jest., tlfct, a a.N.f a.... ..< ifmc. Ii....... at FUrWeSwtkm .
of the Florida Exchangeand DR. 1L ARTHUR STEXNER Cn t.. ..,...... "{ eta .* .tt heat Into.< CAM,. t. tUhwf H.Alms,.., left, ..4 1>>..
HEMORRHOIDS 'r I r The hydrodaktylopsychlchar- LIONS .jau. Lakeland Club, H..... M. H........ it. WIt .< the ......, .tiMn. feculry." The bkrary ....i... Is In. MMwrim.
monica is one of the names of Exchange .. .. .,., ,
end Annual Institute of For with to caf.1e'e StuM Ae sal| .titwta M Frlf' Wdsadsy rhrMtih Friday whisk will
(i Fissures, Fistulas and 'an 18th Century mUiIcaIID.lnI- of presented Mr and Tommy Mrs. Stark GInn,F.17.Glen son eign Affairs on the campus of ....... ChiM sad MM. The ln Mt. ..*. will' W .,.. *. tile ,.....11.
other Rectal Diseases ment-also known U s glasspiel Florida Southern College.
successfully treated by -played by rubbing the rims of R. William Schroter advertls- 'of 1923 Cherokee Trail, a BoyoftheMonth The three-day institute will r
award. are Dr. Richard L. Walker director books, including "China Under
NON-SURGICAL and include
with open Wednesday
glasses wet fingen.INCOME ing manager for Publix Super "
Glen, Lakeland Senior several sessions of the Institute of International Communism. and served one
High Directing
methods.NO Markets, was the speaker at the a public Polk
Studies st the University as visiting professor .tTalw.n Judge '
TAX last meeting of the Downtown :School student and president of the Institute will be Robert year
of South Carolina, and Dr. in Formosa
LOSS OF TIME University
Lions Club.Schroter. H. Akerman. head of Florida
Get Mrlyl I the student council Is eligible A. K. Dar minister of political (Nationalist China).
DR. EARLE RABB A Big Jr.c-; ; k. I I ing In Industry spoke" on "Advertis ,for a $300 scholarship for the Southern's faculty. history department affairs for the embassy of Dr. Dar Is a citizen of India Hits Politics
CLINIC. N.D. R. G. JENNINGS Boy-of.the-Year award to be India in Washington. and a veteran representativeof
The annual Sweetheart Dinner
Steiner Te
PIt. CY sea,. W,.W II_ ."U. MM y.It*IMU,.N..14era>rtrrttt.._ 'T.a..MU.:....I..MTS... will be held at the next I!presented by the Junior Ex- "The" Crisis of Leadership Speak In Schedule Given his and government United Nations in Washington diplomatic 'In JudiciaryST.
meeting. | change Club. Asia, particularly the conflicting Sesiions open to the public
i roles of India and Red circles.
f art u follows: PETERSBURG un Chesterfield -
I China, Is the program themeof Wednesday 10:10: am. Besides the public sessions, Smith of Bartow president
this years institute, he said Room B of Brtnscomb Auditorium the visitors will lecture to various elect of the Florida Bar Association .
The keynote speaker will bet student and faculty ,
-"Communist China la told. circuit judges politics
j groups, and meet with the should be
Historical Perspective Dr. removed from the
campus International Club and
Walker. judiciary.:
Thursday-.4 p.m., Annie Political Union. "There's nothing wrong with
la also Invited
The public to
Pfeiffer Chapel-"Sino-Indlsn ,"
politicians becoming judges
view a special exhibit on
Relations and American For. Smith told the Florida Conference
and China in the li
} eign Policy" Dr. Steiner. of Circuit Judges last night
Friday- ID:10 am, Annie brary. On display are maps, .
pVaCTOR "but the tragic part ot our system
G o M Pfeiffer Chapel-"India's Role photographs art objects.J is that all Judges have to
Q E books and other items.The "
f NDAYS in Asia Dr. Dar. exhibit was prepared for become politicians
.. The speakers are appearinghere Smith recommended the circuit -
Institute Nelson
the by Dr. M.
tinder the of
auspices: the judges spearhead a new
Hoffman Jr.. and George II.
Danforth Foundation and the method of selecting Judges onebased
Morris, both of the
Associated Mid.Florida Colleges more on professional
-which: Include Rollins faculty. qualifications than on political
College Stetson Universityand party.
z Florida Presbyterian in Smith, Clark Speak
Wales Concert
addition to Florida Southern.
Smith and Tom C. Clark, associate
Books Published justice of the U.S. Supreme .
Dr Steiner widely-traveled Group Presents Court spoke to a con
y throughout Asia Is a specialist ference banquet,one of the highlights
I in international law and of a four-day conference.
I foreign affairs and has held Opera TomorrowLAKE Clark told the judges he cameto
Not 5 inch
; a Screen 0 several government appointments Florida to study the operationof
.s e e s e a .
In addition to his university WALES:: The Lake the judges seminar which
post: He is the author Wales Community Concert Association was the first of its kind when
-4. DR. RICHARD L.WALKER of several book, Includingthe win" tr nt'the Ruth, formed' 'in-1 60.... Sine -then
three-volume documentation Page Chicago"Opera Ballet tomorrow other states have ;organized a.
fit* "Chinese Communism in evening In the audi group based on the Florida pattern
Dr. H. Arthur Steiner, professor Action." torlum of Lake Wales High: .
I i. Mg of political science at the Dr. Walker Is also recognized : School. "You In Florida are m the
University of California at Los as a leading authorityon The ballet l comprises SO I I forefront in improvement of the
Not 8-inch Screen D' Angeles. modern China and the Far dancers and is accompanied bya administration of Justice I ,"
., an e I Two other visiting! I lecturers... Eas He has published five 20-piece orchestra Clark said.CUSTOM .

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I Look Publishes First Mass-Produced 3-Dimensional Pictures I

The Feb. 2$ U u. of LOOK, ultimate use of the stock ticker the first home mo photo is taken. The screen divides could be eliminated. LOOK had on automated equipment at moderate Ing with other members of the]
which goes on isle Feb. 11, con-'sion In third-dlmen-I
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million press rune for viewing I This mass production of J-D and General Manager of conventional manner. In the Image with such materialsas : of other applications. tawNY -
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Sunday Feb I, IH4 ," 'Brothers Grimm' Actors PressedTo HAPPY ARE VOU THIS IS THE MV
-I A NdySR Nr'lHINQAWAY'l'HA'l'OIYs Compete Against Scenery NANCY MONTH n;

"There were moments in this those two brothers who wrote Walter Slezak, Barbara Eden ;.. .
film when the scenery upstaged fairy tales almost 150 yean'
CAN 11
'OLD. Yvette Mlmleux Russ Tarn
I ui all"Laurence ago warm, compassionateand ") .. .
Harvey was talking above all, funny. blyn, Jim Backus and Buddy ,1. a lw
I I about the hundreds of towers "It was my first screen comedy Hackett ... m Jt
looming upward from the great In a number of years and The movie will have its first I
medieval walls of Rothenburg. I loved It," Harvey said Lakeland showing at the Lake- II I nt,
I Germany, where much of the "The Wonderful World of the --,a"n .
Metro-Goldwyn.Mayer and Cin Brothers Grimm" also stars land Drlv..ln tonight through Jww -

erama presentation of the Karl_!oe m0Ialre Bloom, Tuesday
George Pal Production, "The
Fr7.K OF 11.05400-I
i Wonderful World of the Brothers t1 w9AA4AwlrAsMauy Tile WAMef5I fKrNTtRB. WNY pD
Grimm," took place r 1 mlABEGVOTAAQM' MO'laor CXfTFULOSHOST THEY PaNICI

"When you think about those e I I 1 n'_, e irQIM6.wcWe5IAVP.l rNE nMMifS/ MOW t5I WALKS -TKEY WHO Sic
M winding, cobbled streets, the I : 4 1 1 ARE Fltt-tO WITHMAPNE9S 1
A picturesque squares that lovely es -- IfS
park, the walled city and the
14th century buildings and a
houses, you wonder what com',, "17
petition an actor can be," Harvey -

1 S SCR "Fortunately said for all of us. 1 \ r
I EJII IDII [R there Is a whale of a story In

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11 :00 ..m Sunder..':00 .m. 1.55 FILMLAND DRIVE-IN Tonight through Tuesday, 'Who's ,
Starts Minding the Store?' with Jerry Lewis Also showing, 'Critics' :

Choice: with Bob Hope and Lucille Ball. J1f
frday( Fib, 14th ... i

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Dean Martin Is topcast In the
NEw+ THEATRE OF THE STARS new Technicolor comedy, "Who'

Been Sleeping In My Bed?"

r'- which opens March 6 at the
Grove Theater Described as an 5 HE
OPEN 12:45 "adult bedtime story" It tells of rd
the predicaments encountered by

an actor who plays a doctor on rfta"yam
rdro" \
a popular TV series. Althoughhe 1r

;11 Is a superhero to his fans,
w In reality he's just an ordinaryguy = i

who likes to play poker and

r "One ef the chase girlsEverything.

1 Top P/cfvret/ him until people works begin out to fine think for "...,.,....,,.,....If.._.,.,.-..,........ S-__ '

!, 01 the Year he's Invincible, J just like the
doctor he portrays on TV. Everyone I
Art A wants him to solve their -v,. -,
problems, aches and pains. But r 16th .
Sure Fire "d -"
; .a things get bothersome when his
AcademyAward friends' wives begin visiting him
and telling him their troubles

tai They are played by Jill St .
John, Yako Tanl, Macha Menl,1
Wlnnsrl"' Elizabeth Fraser and Diane

Foster I
-Auoclot{ Prtti I '.- .. Dean's poker.playing croniesare
played by Louis Nye, Rich:

4' INIlWJIM-Cove W.TH ard Conte, Jack Soo Eliot Reid ,
THB and Martin Balsam, all of eNf
rl whom are involved In someway

.t'jr'l- I 11 orrdrl JH6'N R STIlI!!!'L'I" for with Balsam Dean's, who TV is show a high except -

;, '' 41et1 1''
Off ADAMS / priced psychiatrist"Who's M11
Been Sleeping In My
"::',H RSCH L BERNARD!TOM BOSLff *.**.&,.KS, ; nl= Bed?" is produced by Jack
? Rose and directed by Daniel
F Mann from an original script by
?; Next Attraction : "THE VICTORS" Jack Rose. It also marks Carol

Burnett's motion picture debut

GROVE Today through Wednesday, 'Move Over Dar POLK Coming soon, 'Capt. Newman, M.D.,' with Gregory
-I ling with Doris Day, James Garner and Polly Bergen Peck Tony Curtis, Angie Dickinson and.Bobby Darin.



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LAKELAND DRIVE-IN Tonight through Tuesday, The HARVEY TOE
Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm; with Laurence
a s'r' t For the first time in Florida the Fair! Harvey Also showing, 'The Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea,'
with Walter Pidgeon, WroDERwLWollL1rtO
k ; brings you big-time Texas Rodeo with } !!

j i Champion cowboys from all over theo
I .
c country riding rough, tough, rodeo stock AT WALT' PI"'ON JOAN .ONTAINB
,' ,_.J ONLY! "Voyage To The Bottom of The Sea":
for the big money I I.fJPUS

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Mutlt and Girlt L,, FOR THRU RIG NITISt
All major rodeo events -5' Skew At 7;00 ....< 10:41

Irene Busting Bulldogging 1L' 11111J1I'ciRtco'

.. Brahma Bull Riding Calf Roping mIIIt1ttJU11r

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Rodeo Performance Schedule .,s.: I I I
Feb. 10-7i30 p.m, Feb. 13-200 p.m. SILVER MOON DRIVE IN Tonight through Tuesday, I "IF A MAN ANSWERS" -, ""' ..';:: -'"
Ftb. 112.00 pm. Feb. 14- 200 pm. ,1' 'Fun In Acapulco; with Elvis Presley Also showing, 'If a RANOR4 Ole IN COLOR Sassy DA.N

I Man Answers,' with Sandra Dee and Bobby Darin.
Feb 11-730 p.m. Feb 14-7i30. p.m.Feb. .
12-7.30 pm. Feb. 15-7i30 p.m. AT THE THEATERS JFII.mil.AWD TONIGHT-TUESDAY

2 Rib Tkklint Hit 2
altractionl Come and FILM.. .LAND D"Y'.IN. 0.1' TH'AT" .(N..., I .....
Special added see Tod. Ihr' luriKlir Who' Mind Todar inrouah 1'w..a., Blood, Ptutand LC U* t Mil NrW M Hw.. sa
In his famous TV role /e m.Iht Btarft and "CrII''.. Chalo" Shop ol Horron "
Jack Lord I .
starring d"lJlt:
r Wjcln ..d jf ODd Thur.d.y "A ItuminwI WMn Irw Friday, : Wtit .,d.
of STONEY BURKEI At every rodeoperformance. I I prr.J. >nn.t Diamond I Head' ;: .' .Utr ". ALL TECHNICOLOR PROGRAMJERRYIEWIS
orals. Prinrlt Won 'H.turl" and Black Pit ofia
drrlul World ol In. .ab : :: 7N.51.41
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sieve THtATIHTo o"n"1 Today tnrouth Wednuday- tn
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O..lInl.ihrouin:' Wcdnndar. : ., .nd Thunday. Plvt Wt.ka
Thmda llnh, in a Balloon" and Th. Lionrday I
Satunlu SimduToda ,
dsstdd Sat "Tha WhMInWodnnd '
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SEE THE FAIR OFTEN- > U...,, Tur.nr: : .nd..I'tl .ad 5..s .arwa"e5Na
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Saturday. .
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LAKELAND LEDGER, funday. Feb. t, 1K4 n-n
4)OU40 B& ETIhCAL.. .
ONE0fy9JIt 1TIFtl
Whof problem For 7o BEAT HIM fR.OURPLAMISTD /
general reply, write to gl
No Abby, Box 3365, Beverly 7 DO Fr Lt mAiID

Resistance Hlllt, Collf.. and Ineludt 0 rt
a '
ttlf-oddrwMd itomptd.eovtlops. .

I Abby entwtrt ell

Abigail Van Buren L moll.' e

"DEAR ABBY: I have Just celebrated my 16th birthday, READERS-
pEAR : hope I shall be forgiven by
-year-old what HAPPINES.Smeans :
eseem 4 friend
Pr Earl A. Roadman, for quoting a portion H'ANNWNCEIWARE INWITFI EYE!! T1KSEAREo
of the letter I received from him this morning. Dr. Roadman "fI.I!
roam of
was president of Mornlngsida College when I was a student WE MUST THE RITZ-FARITOH JEW0.SHOTELTMA1'LL WELSDOIITF'FAIL!
Seoul begging for food, sleeping in doorwayi and under there 25 years ago. Both he and his lovely I .wife, Irma, KSSEK"TRIES NATTRAGt HAS Pt1RWASED 1HEdcwi"sa IJS,
bridges, or being cold, hungry or dirty. HAPPINESS It hawing will lOOn be 80 years old. TRICKS ON AK4 hE BRING HERr F FOSDIrJt!!
an American believe fa* ma enough tq take me in, give "Dear Abby, r AMERICAN LADY;! RtG ll ,
mt my first real meal In years, buy ma my first pair of When Irma and I occupy separate beds, we often call to DETECTIVE"'

.ocks, and leather shoes, and underwear, and give me a bed each other, 'c Y. K'-which means 'Consider yourself kissed'. P A, ts
Where I could sleep between sheets let pie. we my first TV, "May I J 'hn
say across pie ether pan to you, pear Abby ? Rr. r 4de ,
and give me the first security: I hve, ever known. HAPPINESSmeans 'C Y. K.' for your emphasis on happiness Just *1 you presented / dI.
being adopted, and coming to the United $ttea. It today? It says more than aq entire volume I YTi
HAPPINESS Is the opportunity to attend school again for the formerly recommended oq the subject")!
first time after three years. HAPPINESS is becoming an *
American citizen and making: my parents proud of me." DEAR ABBY: In reference to"Fifteen and Unhappy"

This is what our son has told us many times, Abby. Happiness |Ja knowing that you are loved by God.
When we brought him to this country only 32 months ago, Jamie In Calhoun Ky.
he could not speak, read or write English. Today lie Is a sues .CALL SAM. WELL CBTRCWT erks.teolt'+ .i uS iikE
lint Class Boy Scout, a De Malay, a straight "A" student, I* PEAR ABBYHAPPINESS : GONEPI ( GMIR"SAYS,TRACY DEAD IEOGLE. WHAT DID
president of his class, and a member of the Honor Society. Is being able to walk. JUST AS WE FIGURED WAKE 0 TNATIdD DOP

HAPPINESS for us is having a son like this. HAPPINESS is being able to talk. O THE FOR SECURITY MOON MAIDARE GUARDS UP,
We doubt that this letter is worthy of publication, but we HAPPINESS Is being able to see IN 1ROUBLE. 0
Couldn't resist writing !it HAPPINESS is being able to hear. 1 0V

Sincerely yours HAPPINESS Is reading a letter from a 13-year-old girl
MAJOR ANA MRS. R. W. M. who can do all these things and she still .isn't. happy. '' IO IJUSTpl

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO I can I= talk, and I can see, and I can hear-but I can't
DEAR MAJOR AND MRS- M: Thank you for your won- walk.

'erMletter. I ua', resist publishing' It. THIRTEEN AND HAPPY / .
'Victors' Tells 7AY.n Ml+n,
Story 1

Of Tragedy Of Wars PUZZLEBy

Martha J, De Witt
Carl Foreman's "The Victors A cast of International stars
opens Friday at the Polk appear In "The Victors, such I
Theater, He also was producer players as Vincent Edward AI rIJ BIZNESS HAS I CAMTREMEMBER L'flPN TO SHOOT

director of "Guns of Navarone," bert Finney, George Hamilton, It : let J GONE TO POT + WHEN POOL

and "High Noon." Meliua Mercourl. Jeanne Mpr-

"The Guns of Navarone" was eau, peorgft Pepptrd. MauriceR : Jr

a true adventure, "The Vic o n e t, hosanna Schiafflno, 1- I'S' / (( l

ton" U a story of men and Romy Schneider, Elke Sommer,' U Ua 24

women who find themselves Eli Wallach and Michael Cal .1' /

trapped and changed, morally lan as Eldridge. Peter Fonda a 21 ,

and emotionally, by the tragedy and James Mitchum. tons otwq .5
of war. Their several stories actors, are! co-starred, along
their temporary liaisons and with Senta Berger. H' 4 31 -

desperate efforts to find meanIng "The Victors" Is based on the JII tfl tl U
in their own lives and In book by Alexander Baron and
the lives of others, are told in Sol Kaplan penned the musical u 141 01U t NOT UNTIL I E wyA YtOUNEROORR'MO WHY DONT YOU OWlt OVERT j
"The Victors." 1:: P110ANIEs THB TWO Of US SHOULD HAVE
score, which Includes mimbepf r IP I WA71Ull, M -. NOS TM1NOPORSIg1I AUTTLtWK/MAYBt
Of "The Victors Foreman y CROYDE I'DNtEPTHAT THE POLU/ TO 04 MJ1y YOU t
himself once said, "The soldiersIn World War II bit to point CINCINNATI DOOKIN6l ,,, EAOL IN HERB t1t
the film wear American uniforms -up the spirit and agony of the U a1 65ba rat

but they represent all times. Written, produced and
men, regardless of uniform. The I directed by Carl Foreman "The D' 1=IJ:: : ty r
human race Is endowed with a Victors" is a Highroad production r r"tl f"Erd5
great deal of heroism, self-sac for Columbia Picture release (
rifice and nobility." "I Cs :-

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: STEVE'S 1 Casual Itateml.aeta.ACROSS. 46 Get a newtenant (t

/ II II RUSTIC LODGE 7 ment.Meager 24 Threw the gauntlet.down. 48 Jog,

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13 Critical. -
II ,WORLD FAMOUS' FOR 3IS >o Form of grand. CANT IMAAINt f ataioO eeA1i 'NT
Musical water 81 Archipelago. VYHO'C K DENPIN 0+ J FEW A'INUTS$ c Ot
Instruments 21 Pickpocket. 82 ATetf&KAM/
,.. 18 More calm. 29 Sea eagles. 63 Quash. dar 7 $ ,
1_. ... sI.e4.a tram ..._....... "!ole e._.. e _...._ 17 Pope's rep 30 Chemical 69 Scientkat'sreaentativea. ''F4 R 't'
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10 Far (...,". l... Cell, gash ar Ckef 18 Former 32 Stingiest. 58 Bunch.
gov't.egency.. 34 Flag 58 Cold _. 4
III Cocktail nOQ 1 71 Closed 36 Soaks. 60 Moat weird.
Lounge 7OO-IO/ Mondays 19 Enhances 37 Prolong: 61 A square -
I 21 Southern 2 wds. dancer. -i''
TAMPA constellation. 40 Organization 62 English r ,,

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*....,- t. 10 ,.". I I1 mighty 44 Moccasin. 63 Time out. / 1

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GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER 1 Adjusts 12 Compositions. bronze, OKAY QKAY.. WAIT WAIT"I'M oi- ALL R
again. HAVC THB MOST n
Doors Open Doily 12:45 2 Carry out. 14 Trample. 37 Drip. tr UNINTERESTING 11
15 Tie. 38 Ectasy. MAIL
) Illusions.
ENJOY ALL THE FIRST RUN 20 Stiffly 39 Chinese
4 Yean on 1i
earth 23 Cloy 41 Howl.
NOW SHOWING '5 Tear. 25 Agamem42 Furs. p Aa
Sh.wt At 1:00-1:10-1:11-7:20-9.25 6 Fought unnon's eon. 43 Remembers
fairly. 27 Lose identity 45 Brittle.
A LONG-LOST WIFE RETURNSTOMEET 7 Exhaust by abaorp47 Bulbs
8 Gluttons. Lion 49 Fat. I
HER HUSBAND'S NEW BRIDE! 9 Literary 29 Stage direction. 50 Up & doing. II

collection. 53 Solar disk.
10 Keeps 31 Brazilian 54 Salutation.
11 Small sturgeon. city. 59 Fabulous I
Mwram cunwrrai nuuittloris 33 Roman bird. -- ---

'- day Solution to Puzzle MSORRY.-X DIDN'T I'M JURt YOU HAVEl AND
T S C L G u Charles W. Hanna MARKET YESTERDAY!!, IIr
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AS CAST rSAA PFF.Yesterday's.

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Lettuce-Leaf Skelton ) 0'PIURNAUA auACK sva c* tn.tr UP OCR are6IDa PROP ro*.A PaW SECONDS ANn.,

Cigarette Firm Lower RatingsOn i AND OFeteGTaoM Jl M 4i

Back In BusinessPUNTA 'I Time ChangePALM r THE APPEARS MAUMEL oNA W1'r y

I cAMPUe,., r I I
GORDA (AP>-Notob SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) r i

Products, Inc., after e brief -Red ,Skelton was supposed to
shutdown in production of its be taping his television show in

Iettuce Jeaf cigarettes, was back Hollywood Thursday but he was ,

In operation Thursday.The home In Palm Springs and
t .--_. -- says
'" firm was closed earlier h,', sick-sick of his time slot
.e 'nlovever. this week when the Charlotte on CBS. h
County sheriffs office attemptedto For 13 years, Red's hour-long
d"rllnu" attach Its equipment becauseof comedy show began at 8:30
a $5,790 Judgment for the p.m.. Eastern Standard Time, THere MUST t*
laor name 7:30 p.m. in the Midwest. This p tc1LtER, youSOOULPNT BIGGER AMP MTTEA YEAR f
Wackenhut Corp, Coral Gables season, the network moved the US THINGS FOR YOU TO PO
_1111..1111-11111118 n..mm..tI.uell tonnorJl which furnished security guards start of the program back a AROUND ALL TH6
== -:;= .- for the factory. !half hour. n
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Puzant Torlglan, developer of I Red's ratings have droppedand w
the lettuce-leaf cigarette, laid he blames the time change,
NEXT BIG ATTRACTION Notob worked out agreement to -
repay ,Wackenhut and said all p s 1

"SUNDAY IN NEW YORK"STARRING creditors could be paid within: PIANO TUNINGTel. o ,r }
wo months. Torlglan laid he 686-3314 A
held a chattel mortgage on the.firm' .
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equipment as security for
CLIFF ROBERTSON.. JANE FONDA consultation and for the use of SANEST F. WILSON I
its H"'.. Technician ,
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of the Junior Welfare League were Omega sorority

M introduced Friday night at the annual Mother Of Three Daughters .
t' iL
Provisional Ball at the Lakeland Mary Lee Cole is the daughter of

?t Yacht Club. They are Mrs Donald S. Mrs. Frank P. Hill of Tampa. She and

Akers, Mrs E. Randolph Bentley, her husband, Russell, a Lakeland optometrist

Mrs. Russell II, Cole Jr,.Mrs. Arthur and their three daughters,
Burklee Eve, eight Ruth Clair, -T& It
T. Edwards HI, Mrs Walter Eugene __
seven; and Julie Elizabeth, five, live
Engle Jr Mrs. J. Derwood Outlaw
at 4004 Cleveland Heights Blvd. She
and Mrs. Bob W. Stanley. attended University of Alabama andis
A Parisian theme was carried out a graduate of University of Flor-
in decorations. Identity of the provisional
ida in Gainesville, where she was a
was kept secret until an art member of Delta Gamma sorority.

.c "i: ? + ist's sketch of each provisional, pre Mrs. Cole Is a member of St. David's
: I pared by Kent Hagerman, was shown Episcopal Church.
on a large easel as she stepped into Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Porter are the
the spotlight and was introduced by parents of Mrs. Edwards, nee Judy
Mrs. Dudley P. Towne, league presi. Porter. Mrs. Edwards and her husband

dent. Arthur, are the parents of two

Sidewalk Cafe Scene boys, Lance, two, and Brian, four
The months. They live at 2254 Olney Road. .
stage setting was a French
sidewalk cafe with the Eiffel Tower Judy's husband is associated with
silhouetted in the background. A Edwards Packing Company, She' attended .
kiosk further enhanced the Paris Florida State University at
street theme. Tallahassee where' she was a member
of Pi Beta Phi sorority Her
Tables to which the provisionals
were escorted by their husbandswere church affiliation is All Saints' Episcopal

centered with arrangements of
red carnations topped with a miniature Lakelanders DaughterPat

MRS. BOB W. STANLEY Eiffel Tower Engle is the daughter of Mr. MRS. WALTER E. ENCLE JR.
Sketches of the provisional were and Mrs. J. Franklin Garner. Her

placed on the easel by Beth Ander. husband, Gene, is associated with
son, daughter of Dr.' and Mrs. Clar. Engle Electric Company. They and
ence Anderson. She was dressed as their Walt live r
two-year-old son, at
an artist. 429 Cardinal Place. Mrs. Engle attended
The provisionals were introducedas Florida State University at
follows: Tallahassee where she
was a mem. .
Has Four Sons ber of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and .

The former Colleen Conner, Mrs. Village Vamps. Her church affiliation ,

Donald Akers, resides at 1802 Freder. is All Saints' Episcopal. ;..;
icksburg with her husband and four Mrs. J, Derwood Outlaw is the I

sons, Dean, 11; Doug, nine; Dave, former Mary Jane Foy, daughter 'of (
o eight; and Drew, five months. She is the late Mr. and Mrs. James J. Foyof
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Decatur, Ga. Mary Jane and her
Conner of Tampa. Mrs. Akers attended husband, who is managing'editor of
the Florida Field and
Florida State' University in Report two
Tallahassee. First Presbyterian is her sons, Woody, four, and Wally, two
affiliation live at 2104 Jon Arthur Way. She is
?; church and her' husband
'b ''i. sales for Linder Indus a graduate of Florida Southern Col.
aril y lege where she was a member of
trial Machinery.Mrs. Kappa Delta sorority. She attends
Bentley is the former Elodie Chapel in the Grove Presbyterian
, (DiDi) Colle, daughter of Mr, and Church.
Mrs. J. J., CoU. of Fern Park Her Nancy Stanley Is the daughter of
i husband, Randolph, is associated with Mr.,and Mrs. William A. Bramley of
Englewood. She and her husband,
( the law firm of Bentley, Miller, Sin. ,Bob, who is president of Fashion
, der Carr Chiles and Ellsworth. She Form, Inc., a laminated plastic business .
is the mother of twins, Rex Colic and and three daughters, Jennell,
Eden, age four. They live at 2227 Not. six; Barbara Ann, three; and Nancy
tingham Road and belong to All Jane, one; live at 1418 Clarendon !t
Avenue. She is a graduate of Florida ,'
Saints' Church. Mrs. Bent- r
Southern College, and a member of
ley was graduated from the University Delta Zeta sorority and St. David's
of Florida at Gainesville where Episcopal Church.

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LEDGER, Sunday Feb I. IK4Junior

; Want. To Be Collector? Here's How
Sorosis To Hear
of what Is knownas
I Advice on how to start collecting Antiques are among the them

,Causes Of RetardationJ antique is offered by most gratifying collector's: a "presentable are little things antique""These your

Mrs David V Thomas, general Items, Mrs. Thomas pointedout friends can look for In their: I

D. Smith, executive director Sorosis Club Tuesday at I chairman of the Woman' Exhibitors at the Wo travels and enjoy giving to"

of the Sheltered Work. p.m, at the clubhouse on Lake Club's annual' Antiques Show man's Club show enjoy talkIng you for special presents

shop for the Handicapped, will Morton and Sale Feb. 19-21 with visitors and can: give Mrs. Thomas explained .

address the meeting of JuniorRA Mr. Smith, who will be In. She said, "It life teemslittle a
troduced by Mrs. Paul Reynolds
dull and you would wel- .Superstition Subject
chairman: of the Community
come an outside interest, Just .1

C 'S will speak Affairs on the department causes and, become a collector Would Of Address By Dr. Emme

I treatment of mental retardation you like some Justification for -

209 t. MAIN In children: Jaunts about the countryside? Superstition will be Dr. adjustment and psychology of
At the business session which How about an Indirect way of religion. He is listed In the
will follow the program, several I saving, or even gaining a Earle E. Emme's subject current edition of Who's WhoM
committee reports will be status symbol? It Is fashionable when he addresses the American America and In 1963 was
fides t1 heard. Mrs. John Bickart will 1y AM"w and Interesting to collect Home Life department of elected an honorary memberof

present the results of last something" the Woman's Club Thursday Psl Chi, national scholarship
month's Mothers' March to
fraternity in psychology.
club members, and Mrs. Edward Buttons For Beginners at the clubhouse. The business session will be-

Moore will report on the According u> Mrs Thomas Dr. Emme, whose researchon gin at 11 ..m. and will be
progress of the sewing daises >Miaq "One of the most fascinating superstition has been nationally followed by a luncheon. Dr.
at the Sheltered Workshop t Items to begin collecting Is recognized, recently Emme will speak after the
Mrs. Richard Conlbear will buttons You can pay a dimeor retired after seven years on luncheon.
make a final report on the several dollars for one but the Florida Southern College
club's fashion show. ton and you'll be able to Imagine faculty as Instructor lit the
Five members will be elect. what part It might "have psychology of religion Before
ed to serve on the nominating played In someone's life Per coming to FSC, he was a
committee, which will presenta haps a great lady lost It from member of the faculty of
slate of officers for the comIng a beautiful gown, or-if you Bradley University, Peoria, a
year at the March meeting have purchased a Civil War 111, where he was elected
uniform button-perhaps the emeritus professor of psychology "
Mrs. Joe Clanton, social owner gave his life for his and religion.In .
1t chairman, win outline plans cause. his research which won
for tile annual tea for prospective "At the Woman's Club show, him the Iowa Academy of
members, to be held next >y there will be a button collection Science research award In
month. valued at over two thousand 1941, Dr. Emme has learned
Refreshments will be servedby dollar with many buttons that women are more superstitious .

Miss Nell Thrift, assisted TRAVEL EXPERT, Miss Carol Lane of Shell Oil Company, Is shown demonstrating the from every category: than men, that rural

by Miss Shirley Chadwlck.and technique of packing In 'layers so garments may be lifted out as needed without disturbing available"I ____ __ folk more superstitious than
Mill Katherine Smith, other contents: of subcase/ She travels' about 60,000 miles each year and has ample opportunity city dwellers. He has con E

Mrs- --Gus-- Fisher.Calling-- .-- to practice what she preaches about picking. (Ledger Photo By Harper) Wig Show Set ducted experiments which debunked
many popular myths,
AlllIollle WOMAN'S CLUB TOLD: At Yacht ClubA such as bulls being angeredby
the color red.

)Maker fashion show of wigs will Dr. Emme is the author of
Packing/ In Layers Secret be a highlight of the weekly more than CO articles on pay
ly ladles' bridge luncheon chology, education and religion

S Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at and_two books,on_,college ___ DR. _EARLS EMME
SEVEN RULES TO the Lakeland Yacht Club -

HELP IN DECORATING Of Success For Travelers The wig by show Edith's Is being Beauty presented DRIVEINMO

Salon and will show the
I. Ltt your By NANCY BROWER Lane's secret of swift packingand if I need stockings, I also need rash-oils :

"" home reflect your. Women's Staff Writer unpacking. Each layerof gloves and vice versa," she HIKING PROBLEMS
1' own" pertonolity "When Miss Carol Lane clothes Is planned for a said Mrs Woodrow Duncan own
., Leom from ers of the talon
spoke to members of the
e but do not copy Woman's Club at their luncheon special wear use--sleep and and lounge. Does Magic Act 119 W. Main St.
friends on top easily accessible
-and your meeting, 'she made to the weary trave Miss Lane, who had mystified BiJdJtLLAKELAND
neighbors travel sound so easy, eco ler. Daytime casuals and after her audience by taking l t (Car. Main I Mission))
I 2. Combine nomical and exciting members *dark dressy clothes are WITH EACH ROLL PROCESSED
vowed they were ready to layer upon layer of garments, GENERAL HOSPITAL
beauty with com packed in categories on successive HAVING I OR MORI PRINTS 1138 EastMemorial
fort. C'fur.' take to the open road. layers, each separatedby wrinkle free from a very ordinary Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie
niture t hat' I Miss Lane travel. about 80- a luggage leaf. The typeof sue suitcase, climaxedher Bridges, Route 3. son, Feb. <. PRINTS SIT OONN"IT Mil Blvd.
-1 000 miles each year In her Mr. and Mrs Mariano Perez,
clothes each leaf holds is
lovely to look at performance as any magician
position as woman's travel 1128 S. Tennessee, son Feb ..
I and to IIY. with' written in crayon: on the han might. She YOUR HIM DESERVES w BUT
produced a
( S"I"." director for the Shell Oil Company dle which sticks. out beyondthe Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A
3. Don't over- clothes much like an Index toy rabbit from the depths of Martin 1739 Optimist. Drive, Best Quality Fast Service!
crowd In her address "Let's Go tab the suitcase son Feb. 9.
SPECTRUMPLAID Adventuring," Miss Lane told From tote be Mr and Mrs Jerry O Oliver
As she began her packing a bag to carried CAMERA SHOP
r 4. Ute color lavishly, wherti.er of the latest gadgets that demonstration, Miss Lane advised by the traveler, she drew 3464 Doreen Drive, son,
SHIRT, you like monotones, harmonIzing make travel easier and concluded the clubwomen "Don'tuse the newest travel aids-com Feb. 6.

or contracting color with a demonstration the pockets around the pressed towels, soap leaves,
a.SAILCLOTH schemes Avoid drabnctt of how to pack an all-occa edges of your suitcase. Doingso defroster gun that plugs into
lion wardrobe for a two-week creates bulges and makes car's cigarette lighter to
5. MIK don't match. Mix
SOUTHAMPTON trip Into a single, average- packing the rest of the case clear the windshield or act as !
period., wood finishes! ond fabric sized suitcase. RAINY
more difficult"Tips an emergency hairdryer for
plow-togetherrnl textures so that each Item Knows Whereof She Speaks From ExpertShe milady portable lock and key
In the room will have a character The travel expert lives out !
Nt'rv'iim cofonColon offers the following that fits all bureau drawer
o of Its own. Your Items do of a suitcase 10 months out of packing hints: and hotel motel doors tiny' DAYS! .

:I not have to MATCH but they every year and has packingdown Pack all ,/heavy items on folding sunglasses In a metal
,must BLEND together beautIfully M an exact science She bottom of suitcase nearest tube that clips to sun visor
1f' M : keeps her garments neatly ar the hinges "This Is where and an Inflatable pillow to
,' ranged in the suitcase for the they will end up the first time use for dozing In the car on
6. UK your Imagination, duration of a trip by using you stand your suitcase on long trips iYou'll i
M lively they'll light hove the courage to express what she calls 'luggage end so why not put them
lip your whole liihion outlook I yourself and Itftp 'In mind' These simply rectangular Patterns Available
leaves are
? about
e The 1 betspIaid thin hit eonTtnible tdite. there In the first place forget the weather on washdayswhen
tiller and bottom nde good pieces of Pellon. a Pack tightly, so Items cannot Patterns for Carol Lane

vent* ... motet m a light,toll 7, Sketch a (lay-out of your non -woven interfacing mater shift around. luggage leaves, tote bag, tra- you own a new FRIGIDAIRE
cettt with the bonui el lal that does not need hemming
mytire. Avoid creases In folded vel hat, reversible cummer
rooms 'In e new home this con
The ,lithe Southam,
cut In the same shape rolls of '
clothes by placing bund. Quiet Book for Child
S torn ire favorite Sinfonted be done right on the plant
I cotton ailclottt with as, but slightly smaller than household aluminum I I foil ren and terry cloth Teddy AUTOMATIC WASHER & DRYER
smooth side tipper end pocket Your furniture dealer con help the suitcase. slightly larger in diameter bear may be had at no cost by
f Spectrum Plaid Shirt, you ond we Invite you to Miss Lane had stlched hand. than a pencil In all folds which writing Miss Lane, In care of
Situ 8.18 }00 come ,In ond take advantage lei of double thicknesses of might become creased.: Theseare Shell Oil Company, 50 W. 50th
Sailcloth Southampton, of out' free decorator service the cloth on the short sidesof more durable and do a St, New York 17, N. Y, Her
Sifts 8.20 7 00 the rectangle to facilitate better Job than tissue paper, travel booklets may also be
t lifting them and the garments according to Miss Lane. obtained at the same address.
fA DOWNTOWN MATHER FURNITURE they separate out of the Case Fold skirts and dresses in They Include "Let's Go Tour. BUY
"i:? 110 N. M.... Ave. without disturbing garments such a way' that any crease Ing,1' "Let's Go Camping ,
: above or below. that do appear Will be near "ToOrette Folder" and "Basic
,....* MU 1.'UI( Packing in layers, separated the hem when the weight of Black Dress Folder."

o _by luggage leaves, Is Miss the fabric will help ease them Miss Late was introducedby
s out, "You'd rather have that Mrs. Guy Ottlnger after a
crease near the hem than Don
musical by
around your tummy, wouldn't organist of Lonnell,
PELTZ SHOES Fall and2PRICE you?" asked the expert .
Roll Sweaters Inc.In
connection with the Wo-
Roll bouffant petticoats, encase
Winter man's Club's 14th annual Antiques
In old nylon
IV them an
stocking and place them at the Show and Sale Feb.
SALE ShoesAlmost bottom of your suitcase to 19.21. Mrs. Mollie Teagle,
act as a bumper for other Lakeland antiques dealer I SAVE
items. Roll sweaters and use spoke briefly during the business

them as bumpers, too. "They session
every size and width now in stock. will be much less likely to
crease if rolled than if folded $ $ $
But They're ,Going Fast So Hurry! as any Navy man know," Mr. PetersonTo
said Miss Lane
Do not roll belts and stuff Speak rJfy
them Into a corner of the DDAS
suitcase. Instead stand themon UDC MeetingAttorney

DRESS HEELS edge and shape them
around the sides of the suitcase J, Hardin Peterson., WCDAIFRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE
where they will take up formerly a state representative
Gr Medium Heels, At Low As virtually no room and will will speak next Friday at
not be crushed 3 p.m. at the Annie H. Darra-
re 1 Three seta of lingerie eachin cott diaper United Daughters WASHER.DRYER
of the Confederacy, meetIng -
a different color will be
two-week trip. at the home of Mrs Garland
Stack Heels sufficient for a '
o \ Low If you take along travel packets Trail.Topic.C. Morris, 1703 Cherokee 2 speed 2 cycle. avtemetlc tuleslve "flawing Meet" dries cletttes
0 f detergent a tiny .k.'r-c.,1""r.. '
clothesline and Inflatable plastic for discussion i will be a High spied cycle fer heavy sell
ENGLISH Safer than the for all fabrics
drip-dry! hangers the battle of Olustee the berg see
In of the Warbetween low, gentle speed far delicate.
Pack a washcloth your est engagement
As a Dries sill fabrics fresh .. e breeze
WALKERS shower cap. Some motels do the States In Florida, RAPIDRY SrlN-Un drying seeded ,
$400r not provide them. The 100th anniversary of the lint trap en deerSPECIAL
LOS.. The expert packs her Jewelry battle falls on Feb. 22. Complete lint.away rinsing
And OtherWALKING In ap ordinary silverware Any lineal descendant of s
envelope and stuffs her stock Confederate veteran is Invitedto
SHOES ings In her gloves "I find that attend 127

Foil Styles ;WITH188;:: :, : ONLY ,

OnlyI88 W/T N. Trade Nn.sser'

$ As Low Salutestheir I I I

5300P mony succesful graduates who FEB. SPECIAL

As. are now among the many professional "Your Deafer With Service"
business people of our com $30 InttalAllow.. :
munity. Visit your professional HairDresser .

a duringNational If yen kureleelrli ",. P..L
: w..* .agga .
Beauty Salon Week h...... dvrlna Pb \
skr the L.k.l.n4 PeerW
9.15 .> .r ... .... ..
"A FAMOUS BRAND February ..Elm trie .j PO' ." "" rso.,.
will refund r* y*.
All Sales '.N.'. 130 S. KENTUCKY AVE. P.8M. up l. $JO. SM .
LAKELAND BEAUTY COLLEGE for .cmlt 4. 110 Kerneywood-Opp. Southgateteili.
Fiirlal otiose Felii Shell lit leerwefer end St. Petersburg
118 I. Pine St. MU 8-4612 Open Friday Nights Til 9



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Sunday, Feb. 1. IH4LAKELAND J.C

LEDGER. Elrode-Locklear

IN Effects OfWeather

OCALA-Mr. and Mrs. F. W The engagement of Miss 't4 "4t r 1

with On Zander have announced the engagement Glenda Claudette Elrode to
Artlmes Locklear has been an-
of their
OLIVI STOUT SYKES. LW w_..' daughter
r Uftw nounced by the bride-elect'
Cloth Told Patricia Louise, to Ronald

Curtis Barrett, son of Mr and parents, Mr and Mrs. Claude

Housewife Wins Trip To HawaiiA ATLANTA Mercerizedcotton Mrs. L. C. Barrett of Lake Elrode 1110 N. Edith Ave. .
Mr Locklear Is
the son of Mr.
fabrics retained their land.

little experimental cooking during a summer vacation resulted In t I0. strength In weathering test at Miss Zander, a senior at University and Mr. Hubert H. Locklearof t

day trip to Hawaii for Mrs. Lola H. Lehman wife of a Piggott, Ark., florist Florida State University bet of Florida, Gainesville, Bartow

Her trio. prize winning recipe in a Pillsbury Meat 'n Potato Contest. won her the ter than bleached cotton a is majoring biology, at The First wedding Free will Will be May Baptist 18

Mrs. polyester and cotton ) blend Mr. Barrett received a Church, 1106 Ruth Ave.
Lehman has been smoking" In your column last censes, Sheriffs In Virginia dull acetate and nylon. BEE degree from the University Miss Elrode attended Kathleen
a home demonstrationagent Sunday, said a young lady to and Texas protested that they This Senior High School and I I.
was reported today by of Florida last April
for 28 years. She'lltake me as I was lunching in
a could detect a woman who
Dr. Hazel Steven, head of employed at J. M. Field
the trip this spring, downtown restaurant the other uses halrcolorlng so It doesn'tmatter the Department of graduating with high honors Mr Locklear, a native of
accompanied her hus day "but, you know I'm still Clothingand He Is attending
by which halrcolor appears Textiles at FSU, in a paper graduateschool North Carolina attended May.
band. smoking on her driver's license. delivered to the Home at the university He is nolo Senior High School in
The recipe Mrs. Lehman "Lent starts next Wednes (Does she or doesn't she? Economic Section of the As- a member of Tau Beta PI, Lumberton, NC., and i* employed
concocted sounds day, though and I'm going to Only her hairdresser and aociation of Southern Agricultural honorary engineering frater- by Swift and Company
like a tasty dish, and try to give them up for that certain sheriffs know for Workers in Fort Meade
since recipe running has 40 days, and If I can do that, sure) How about you Monroe Mrs. Stevens reported 14 nity.The All friend of the couple are
proved. popular in this well I've got it made" can you tell for sure? fabrics were exposed on outdoor couple Is planning a Invited to attend the weddingand
column previously here's That' a good suggestion for Florida still has the controversial racks for period of spring wedding I following MISS PATRICIA ZANDER reception to follow at the MISS GLENDA ELRODE

Another: you Catholics or Episcopalians listing on Its driver' three, six, nine and 12 months graduation bride' parents' home.
2 tablespoons cookingoil or others who keep Lent license, and its weight listing, beginning March IS, 1959.
too, and if a patrolman askedme
During the there
; H cup chopped onion year was a
to get out and stand up, rainfall of 71 inches
1 two-
; cup chopped green Miss Palsy Symons sophomore
wonder if he could tell I'm
pepper; 2 cloves garlic, elementary educationm 10 pounds heavier than whenI thirds of it In the spring and

minced; 1 pound ground a J o r at Georgia Southern first applied for my driver' summer l ti: Arj-
parallel tests made Indoors -
beef; 2 tablespoons flour; College, Statesboro, Ga., was license??? Or would he have
1 teaspoon salt; Va tea named first runner-up in the me stand on scales? there was no significant
difference In
spoon pepper; 1 can (8 contest there "to choose "Miss Said one editorial wit about tion for continuous strength reten-
GSC of 1964. and is in exposure
ounces) pitted ripe olives, Court. theQueen' the elimination of the hair between fabrics hung at sunny
drained and 1 coloring from the license
chopped; Patsy's the daughter of Mr. windows and those protectedby
can (1 whole kernel application, "A dyed-
pound) and Mrs. W. T. Symons of a four-foot overhang
corn, drained; 2 cups Kathleen Road and a grad the-wool item missing. "For seasonal exposures of t
shredded sharp Cheddar uate of Lakeland High Schoolin Said another"State" coifs up summer versus other seasons
cheese Vt new drivers' bill. And another "the Is
; cup Pillsbury 1962. picture varied.
Mashed Potato Flakes; 1 The Lakeland miss also "Ben's "Bill Raises a'hue' Outdoors for fibers related to

tablespoon melted but holds the titles of "Rose of and cry. cellulose, there was no significant .
Delta Sig" and "A Southern From Springfield, III, came difference between
ter.Cook Bell" and Is this little item, "The Illinois and ,
onion, pepper currently vice spring summer, but fall
and garlic in oil in large president of Lewis Hall house House passed a bill yesterday and winter was significantly
skillet until tender about council and a member of the that would eliminate the requirement different. Fall and winter did
five minutes Association of Childhood Education that persons applying not degrade as rapidly a. I
driven' licenses
for must
spring and summer. Indoors, .
ground beef and brown. list the color of their hair
the data are mixed but they ,
Stir in salt, flour of the
pepper, "The chief sponsor seem to ,Indicate that thereIs
olives and corn. Turn Carolyn Robert, Ledger bill Rep. Elroy Sandquist. probably little difference in 'I
half the mixture into a campus correspondent at said, 'many women have strength retention among the
2-quart shallow casserole, Florida State University and been changing their hair color seasons IISpring' I
sprinkle with half the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. by tinting and using wigs. ,
cheese. Spread with remaining W. R. Robert 2415 Nevada And he added in a much low-
meat mixture will attend the Mardi Gras er voice, 'that also applies to
and remaining cheese. celebration In New Orle.nathia men.' 64 12.98 to 16.98

Potato Puff week. She will be the .5
Spoon Top. guest of her grandparents

ping around edge of casserole Dean and Mrs. James M. Rob Mrs. Betty Cason and Mrs Is Season MILLINERY DEPT, The perfect high point to everything you wear, cresting
Combine Vi cup ert of Waveland, Miss., and her Lucille Carr, both of Clinton
Potato Flakes and melt uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. and Mrs. Virginia For SuitsNEW your waves with light-hearted' loveliness! Grasp at

ed butter.. Kearny Robert and family in Johnson of Bunn N. C.. are 8 these straws and rise buoyantly to any occasion "
Sprinkle over topping. New Orleans They will attend here visiting their sister-in- iIte.
Bake at 375 degrees F, the Proteous and Comus ball law, Mrs. Murray Johnson current New York collections Freighted with flowers, bowed with ribbon, misty with

for 30 to 35 minutes. and take In the parades. 736 Rushing Ave during February show that spring 1964 will be a veils. Frothily priced.
Carolyn will also use the
good? ,
suit season But the suits area
occasion aunt Mrs to E.visit M. Hacker her great of far cry from the rigid, tailored

Pensacola. does not lines of other years. --
EEES trade
A dear lady who is called"remarkable" The new mobile look in suits
mean size. The U. S. Department i
and "the sweetest makes them supple, occasion-
of Agriculture's Agricultural
thing" by family and Mrs. Lucy Gregory of Webster Marketing Service spanning and exactly right for
friends alike, Mrs J. B. (Ros City, Iowa, left this week has set up official terms for our pattern of living
amond) Streater, was honor- for Palm Beach alter spending both egg quality and egg size, Variations on the suit themeare
ed yesterday by a daughter three weeks with Mrs. Nellie which are widely used all the open jacket to reveal a
Alice (Mrs. Collins) Fenton Busing 215 W. Patterson St. over the country. There are pretty blouse, generally part of
at the Fenton home 1147 Mrs Busing also has her son, six different official sizes of the ensemble, lightly flared or
Edgewood Drive. Orvllle Busing of Kuna Idaho, eggs, each with Its own exact flounced skirts! ,and cape and
. ... Mr, atreater was II ;year*' visiting her Orvllle win be range of weights per capelet effects 1vS
young yesterday,, and about seeing hi I I. four\ brothers, dozen. Egg size alone tells Buttons And Pockets 'ffi(
1iIIt'' SO relatives and a few' old Glenn, Wyatt Myron and nothing about quality, how. Imaginative button and w J,
It' 1 friends gathered over a cov- Marvin, and their families, all ever. pockets abound and often i iORIGIINAIA
ered dish dinner to do her of Lakeland, too. To tell quality or freshness they are more for fashion than .a ,
i honor. Included in the group USDA has set up three gradesto function Occasionally there are yit
were her other children J. the of flounces on skirts or ruffles on
cover range egg '
Harold Strealer. Lakeland; The "Does she or doesn't acceptable for consumer use Jackets all part of the feminine I.
Claire (Mrs. Harvey) Mender- she?" folk have been carrying Grade C has been eliminated. feeling, as is braid bindinga : '
son Winter Haven; Floy von a concerted effort to have Grade marks, which denote la Chanel it :
(Mrs. Bolivar) Hyde, Lakeland the color of hair question on quality of freshness, are Blazer jackets are the big
; and the Rev. J. B. drivers' licenses eliminated, Fresh Fancy Quality or AA news, with or without collars, w ,
Streater, Baptist. minister at maintaining that a woman A, and B. Grade AA la the but back-belted jackets and ..
Pinella Park. may change the color of her highest quality. Grade .A Is fitted cardigans also dotted the nq? 4x aR st
Mrs. Streater spent last hair many times during a also of top quality. Grade B collection )
week child-sitting with the year.A eggs are still good, nutritious One unusual new jacket style
children of her granddaughter cartoon to publicize the eggs, but not as high qualityas (Is almost sleeveless and has a
Nancy (Streater) Peterson campaign shows a woman Grades AA or A. wide white collar rolling away
while Nancy flew off to filling out her driver's license from an open neck.
Vermont with Sarah and Kirk application at the license bureau Blouses ImportantSuit J
McKay on a skiing expedition, and asking the question, Hint to the handicapped blouses are an Importantpart
and "just loved doing It." "Where !it says' color of hair' Stretch fabrics are good in of the spring fashion pic
Nancy returned Friday via does it mean ALL YEAR?" slacks for handicapped women ture. Some of the prettier
the airways and was met at The hair color listing has say clothing specialists styles are tucked or ruffled and 1
the airport in Tampa by hus been removed by New York, of the Department of Agri the cowl neck blouse Is another
band Jay and their children, Maine, Iowa, New Hampshireand culture's Research Service. favorite among the season's soft a l I
all of whom, after dining the District of Columbia, Slacks made of stretch fabric fashions. '4 ,
there, returned to Lakeland. and several state now are bend with the body. They Tweed and light airy wools
Sarah and Kirk were due considering elimination of the allow unrestricted exercisingand are most widely used In this
home listing. Though the campaign prevent fatigue from prolonged year's suits, but there are linen
today.'S. has been hailed by motor vehicle sitting. A stretch fabric weaves and cotton ottomans,
officials I legislators, also permits tapered legs too ,
Jack MengeU 306 E. Lane hairdressers, editors, and, of a real safety aid for the Black and white and navy
is sightseeing In Bogota, Columbia course women drivers, not handicapped, they maintain and white vie with pastels for
with a group of travel everyone has agreed. color honors.
Some government officials TO THINK UPON "A To accent the soft silhouettethe

agents."1 read what you said about have claimed that women secret Is too little for one, use of colorful, draped
can color their hair without enough for two and too much scarves adds an effective spring
Invalidating their driver's li for three HoweII.. like touch /

[ Tourist Activities Club / :. .

Activities planned for memo
bers of the Tourist Club of '

Lakeland at the Magnolia 'oMWJJv. SHAPES
U100r \
Building, Civic Center, this ABOVE

week are as follows: THE FULL FIGURE YOUTHFULLY!
Monday: dance, 8 to H p.m. ABOVE Indispensable classic. so very
Mr and Mrs. Alva Curry will R&K1! This "little sh ath" in a lux.RGK'z .
O The exclusive Inner pocket construction Between seasons refresher it's
be hosts; Ira Spurgeon, chair. unously textured blend of rayon/
r of this Nu Vu bra gives supple span of all rayonf
man. silk is the kind of well-bred fashion
Tuesday Cards 2 p.m., Mr. the youthful uplift and separation Master Sheer, its skirt a whirl of
Baumann, so Important to the mature no wardrobe can do withouttfeminine
and Mrs E F. a pleating, its waistline marked by a j.
hosts Community ling 7:30 full figure. bow. 25.98

p.m,. Mrs Olin Reed at pisno. 0 Continuous strap, beginning at
June Wheel.
8pm ,
Program. both of the bottom edge of the bra, 25.98
er and Waneta Brown, LEFT
distributes the "lift" over entire
St. Petersburg, will sing accompanied -
by Margaret Wilson bust and provides even, bal. 1 Big City Jacketing over a sleeveless :

Mrs Gordon Macfarlane anced support \ ,,, > sheath with the new dropped waist. ;

is chairman Chat sew, 2pm O Covered foam rubber pads are line Soft gathering at the hips ;
Wednesday y stitched onto each strap to relieve chic
., Valentine program by narrows to a tapered hem. In :

women with June birthdays.Mrs. pressure and eliminate p s exciting new R-a-Kame a crisp. jt

Grace Richards is chair- ? tie cutting. textured rayon
man. Cards 7 p.m.. Mr. and it t O 0 cup sizes have additional front

Mrs C. J. Bean of Ohio, hosts. b 4, and back buildup to control soft DRESSES SECOND FLOOR 1 25.98

Thursday Valentine picnicat v flesh while maintaining the
noon. Prize to person bring. of lowness In cut. IE3Ptke.
Ing largest number of club i t

members, door prizes Dance Style 983 / White only. _1 OPEN
from 2 to 5 p.m., R. E. Bates, In
chairman. Cards, 7 p.m., Mr. j cotton/rayon. brocade,5C .O.c. 0
: 3244; 034
Searls of New .
\ and> Mrs. Earl MONDAY
'ork. hosts ;

I Friday: Cards 2 p.m.. Mur-
of Maine andBogema andFRIDAY -
t :.' "iibbons of Washmghostesses 3 floors of fasblolt %

aalut. Cards: 7 p m., 87nf' NITESLISTENING i

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I-C Sunday,LAKELAND Feb.. I, 1184 LEDGER__ Valentines. L Run The Gamut


Wedding Plans From Saccharin To CynicalAll f '

Are AnnouncedLAKE 6

the world loves a lover-* a* the comic of M year ago right out and ask you .
WALES Plant for
the marriage of Miss Jimmie especially Valentine's Day. offer ouch fun a* "1 guess "and continues "Would you !IiY
Nell Emls to Charles Ralph Elegant, lacy valentines designed your valentine will have to be fix me up with frlendsT"Red one of your

Hartley the have bride-elect'been *announcedby parents, to entwine heart In able to kiss like Casanova and good-looking and gold are the prominent !I. .

Mr and Mrs A. C. En nil of love remain the traditional make money like J. P. Morgan colors in this year's offer
Auburndale The prospective accent of the day, from sub- so that let's m* Out in,. A feeling of tenderness Is -
bridegroom is the son of Mrs teens through teens, to newlyweds I kiss like J. P. Moran antimake achieved with red satin hearts, r
Jencla Hartley of Waverly.The and adults. money like Casanova! delicate laces, and Intricatedie gF 1/ I \\
ceremony will be performed While this year's valentines And for those who would remain cutting. Ribbons, nostalgic ______
Friday at 7:30: p.m. In offer the traditional opportunity anonymous: "Remember color photographs, sachet centers
the Lena Vista Baptist Church, for attentive swains to lilt year someone tent you an and simulated jewels add
Auburndale with the Rev. send expressions of devotion, Insulting valentine And inside a suggestion of expense to the
Nevi Townsend brother-in-law there's also a biting collection : "Th Phantom strike sincerity of sentiment found in
of the bridegroom-elect offi- of snide sayings available for again!II"Every many low-priced valentines. ,
elating those who'd like to cut their type of card, from Among the designs I I' the J +
Following the ceremony a Valentine down to site. perfume "Treasure to tint- belt selling four-room dollhouse -
reception will be held In the The tiny Contemporary line, pie expression of attachment complete with threedimensional b
social hill of the church. while not as.piercingly_ cruelWATCH. are represented In the 1M4 furniture and a cutout
collection A leading greeting family of three. New de w
card publisher offer an extensive sign Include gift.greetings for
line of valentines rang children such as a Hansel and
.** You can wear ing from a music box card at Gretel card a dimensional I
'JEWELRYREPAIRS'1 and enjoy your IUD to variety of Juvenile Fairy Tale Castle and a colorIng -
greetings aelllng for less thana book card with crayons J
"hidden" treasuresl! penny a piece. Loveliness 01 Yesteryear
Valentin Day this year
Q Why let ,valuable old takes on added significance Th4ovtliness of yesteryear *
watches languish sine 1M4 Is Leap Year. The continues to influence today'svalentines. ,r
jewelry valentine designed for this The cherubs, roses,
in dresser draw- double.punch occasion serve cupids, and castles so popularon L Li w
New diamond ers? Our expert repair ample notice to elusive males: German "pull downs" durIng _
glamour In and restyling service "It's Leap Year so you'd bet- the Victorian era are enjoying -
ter keep on toes 'Cus a wave of renewed popularity
smart new settings! will restore them to this Is the year your when anything; since their revival on MRS EDWARD MELVIN MURPHY III MRS WlWAM A. MIXONMurphyNaiL
active I service ., goesl" some cards. Many of this
Diamonds ore forever' quickly, and at modest The Contemporary line does year's designs were inspired
don't risk losing cost to you! n't lose sight of this doubled by the 85,000 Item in a historical MixonRiddlePLANT
detract from opportunity for mite Ie.. matrons collection of one greeting
yours, or
either On vindictive card manufacturer, the
their beauty with old, greeting open with "If Leap largest collection of antique
worn out settings.I Year, so I'm going to com greetings in the world. CITY Miss Linda of red pesu de sole faille. First Baptist Church was receiving line: and Mr. Ward
Browse through our selection 1i1RiI.!I More than ever before, the Kay Nail!, daughter of Mr. and Her headpiece was of whit the seen Friday night forth L. Barnes, Mrs Julian
of @ IBM election of valentine Mrs. Woodrow Nail, 601 E. fur, and she carried a whit exchange of vows between Humphrey, Mrs. Sidney L.
new, exciting contain something to.1 every- DeVane St., became the bride fur muff, topped with a nose Miss Amelia Jeanette Riddle Howell Mrs. Merle Stanysrd
mountings we'll RING' Pre.Sprisp one. There Ire bouquets, there of Edward Melvin Murphy gay of red sweetheart roses, and William Arthur Mlxon. Mrs Roscoe Richter Mr.
I SPECIAL are brickbats, depending on Rev. Arthur Rich Allan Spaun. Mrs. Robert B.
estimate the cost 1818 Salem Road Lakeland Bridesmaids were Miss Shirley The performed
free! MOUNTINGS the need There are valentine last night Jalbert. Mrs. Cllnda Full- the ceremony following Lee, Mrs. L. L. Selph, Mrs.H. .
addressed to every member of The Rev. Richard Bills wood and Miss Cheryl Jones nuptial music by Mrs. Elmer L. Cash. Mrs. Charles Mo-
seer performed
largePERMANENT the family Including aunts They were dressed like the Wilson organist, and Carty.
the First
Let u. net than uncles, cousins, and ,rand- Baptist Church.ceremony Music at was honor attendant and carried Mrs J, H. Woodall Jr., soloist Mr*. A. M. Trask, Mr.
just like lieu nguli.NELSON'S .! rid e.a .Will /ae.Ulaslty parents. There are greetingsfor presented by Miss Margaret fur muffs. Luclon Lawrence, Mr*. Anna-
tg.oo ipso old friends, new friends, Brantley, organist and Pvt. Best Man The bride I I. the daughterof belle Booker Miss Judy Eller-
secret pals, Junior' teacher, Woodrow Nil Jr.. bride's Mr. Murphy served Ms Mr. and Mrs. Marion Augustus be, Miss Phyllis Smith, Miss
JEWELRY JOY EST and godparents. brother. son as best man. Ushers were Riddle 304 W. Belve Linda Cottingham, Mrs. J. K.
There' even one card head- of Lakeland Mr. Mlxon's McDaniel. Mrs. Harry Crutch-
Ronnie Kacsmaryk parents
sALON ea asauTy
106 S. Florida Are Sam tecetiee 20 Yiars Gown
05051 PASS ed for "Watchamacamt"othere Wedding Ronnie Fulwood and are Mr. and Mrs. Robert field, Mrs. Melvin Prine Miss
must be one for you. The bride was given In mar Lance Cpl. Maurice Nail of Lloyd Mixon, 3123 Carleton Judy Rynearson, Miss Jan'
riage by her father. She worea Camp Lejeune, SC., bride'l Circle,W DeHalnaut' Miss Carol Ann
traditional wedding gown of brother. Silk Gown Duval and Miss Sandra Lee.
silk organza over bridal taffeta A reception followed In the Given In marriage by her Miss Beverly Trask, Mill
The scooped neckline church social hall Miss Patty father, the bride wore a full. Barbara Jean Prlne, Mill
LOVE THAT was appliqued with reembroid- Beuth of Lakeland Invited length bouffant silk wedding Gail Humphrey and Chuck
ered Alencon lace and seed guests to sign the bride's book. gown. The scooped neckline Prine distributed rice bags.,
pearls. Her veil of silk Illusion Assisting In hospitalities were was enhanced with face medallions After a trip to the West
was held by a pillbox of Alen Mrs Phyllis Storms, Mrs. iridescent sequinsand Coast beaches, Mr. and Mr*.
d 9 con lace embroidered with Juanlta Cryscue, Mrs. Charles pearls. Lace medallons Mixon will live at 414 N.
seed pearls She carried phalaenopsis Bath, Miss Marilyn Smith appliqued the skirt.I Her Kentucky Ave. He will con
orchids. Miss Mikey Boyette and Mrs. crown of pearls and sequins tinue his studies at Florida
Miss Carolyn Nail bride's Nail Jr. Jim Stump of Lakeland held an illusion veil and she Southern College where he is
sister, was maid of honor. assisted In greeting carried a bouquet of white majoring in industrial man.
She wore a street-length dress. guests. roses, centered with lily of agement. Mrs. Mixon I II em-
a The couple left for a trip to the valley. The bride's only 'ployed by Metropolitan Life
the Cult Beaches. They will Jewelry was a diamond heir Insurance Company.
NEW ARRIVALAT live In Lakeland at His S. loom necklace which belongedto
l..I Florida Ave Mr. Murphy li the bridegroom's mother.
employed by Atlantic Coast. Matron of honor was Mrs Secretaries
'''' line Railroad. L David Clark. Also attend
.1, THE H&S ing the bride were Mrs. Plan Annual
: Gayle Moseley and Mrs. John
/ a ABBREVIATED ITEMA M. Peterson. Bosses' NightA

TOM new length slip has been designed The attendants wore street-
Cottons for length sheath dresses of ice skit "An Evening at
cottons every wear. to wear with the abbreviated
blue peau de soie.. The modIfied Home with the Judge," will
Daytime playtime datetime. And fall chemises. It's a wonderful
JONES bell skirt and front pan be presented by member of
the prettiest ore our wrinkle-shy, ?' Item for under long evenIng el were draped at the sides the Legal Secretaries Association -
totally washable cottons in a bevy dresses, too when they are and caught by a bow in back. at their annual Bosses'
slit above the knee. The bridesmaids
high wore matching Night dinner 7 30
of beautiful light to bright to dark blue pillboxes and each o'clock at the tomorrow Red Barn.at ;
tones carried one long stemmed
red rose. Members and their guests
ATTENTION LADIES Randolph Richter, bride will be welcomed by Mrs.
groom's cousin, was ring- Marge Rekow. president. Mrs
bearer. Mary Price will give the Invocation

for That Bathing Suit Figure Mr. Mixon served his son .
as best man Carl Helsch- Decorations for the event
man of Gainesville and John will be In a Valentine motif
M. Peterson lit the candles and a favor will be presented
and were groomsmen and each member and guest A
ushers Robert Bowden and door prize also will be awarded
Classes Daily $fj Ptr Robert L. Spears of Albany,
Only <& Week Ga; bride's cousin ushered. "The Top Ten," a choral
P ''Ill Mrs Leonard H. Spears, group directed by Mrs J. Bir-
bride's aunt, Invited guests to ney Gross will present selec
\ sign the bride' book at the tions. Miss Frelda Sclafanl i
I ARCADE ATHLETIC CLUB reception that followed In the will perform a modern jazz
Church fellowship hall Misses dance to "St. Louis Blue,"
ILeassed III Arcade lnlMInt) SuSan and Sandra Trask, All legal secretaries and I

Come at Your Convenienceor bride's cousins, assisted their bosses are invited. For
Assisting In hospitalities Mrs.
reservations telephone
Cell MU % 8916i
were Mrs. G. W Hosegood, Gerrl Townsend, 686-6667, or (I
who Introduced guests to the 6865171. ;i iI

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I I ::: I IdM Women's Clubs Plan Fine Arts Festival 1

The annual Fine Art Festival must not have been In previous range of handmade articles. bell, 110 Hotlyee, Sebrlng telephone
Day will be celebratedby district competitions.Also The deadline for entering 5-087)) prior to Feb. H.

District Nine of the Floe on the pre-luncheon I the literary contests Is past The hotel Is giving preference
Ida Federation of Women's program will be the choral
but the entries will be of meat, chicken mackerel
on exhibition or
21 for trios
Clubs Friday, Feb. at the competitions quar
with awards In The Sebring Woman's Club
Sebring Hotel, South Ridge- tets and larger groups. poetry -
and classifications, members will be hostessesand
wood Drive, Sebrlng. Art will be Judged in three prose
Including one act plays and Mrs. Sebring will be assisted
Member of the women's organizations separate categories: scenic,
John P. Arnold
skits. by Mrs
In the two coun- portrait, and modern. Entrants
Luncheon reservationsshould Mrs. Richard Noll and
ties forming the district are are asked to bring
reach Mrs Paul Camp Mrs. Fred Zeigler
asked by Mrs Theon Hart their own easels when possible '
Sebring, district director, to In orderto, make a more
participate. Ribbons will\ be attractive display.
awarded in the various com In the sewing contest, entries -
petitions. will be Judged 25 per
lV Registration of all entries cent on each of the following:
a ,
must be between t and 10 Becomlngness to the wearer,
s a a a.m. on the meuanlne. Judg- overall fashion effect, workmanship
ing in the t arts, crafts and (Judged on hangers),
sewing classifications will follow and appropriateness of the
Immediately. One special costume to the occasion.
r. i requirement is that entries Crafts may cover' a' wide 7/flla4.t/

AAUW, Board MeetingTo

t.8 Be Held TuesdayThe

i ?
4 TiJ T-
monthly I executive division, region and national --_...,._,.. y.
board meeting of the Lakeland association

i Branch, American Association Mrs. Alexander Steinberg,
; first vice president, will review -
of University Women r
the new program adopted
will be preceded by a by the national conventionlast

___ special orientation sessionfor summer
both new and old mem Mrs. Leon Harpole Lakeland
ben interested In knowing Branch president, will 1
MRS. DONALD BRUCE DOLAN MRS. STEVE THOMAS ENFINGER more about the organization. Introduce board members and

The meeting will be held will conduct the February

Dolan-Jordan/ Tuesday at > pm. in the board meeting as an exam-
Enfinger-Wilson community room of First ple of how the local branch }

Federal Savings and Loan functions.
Association, downtown. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. f
MULBERRY A wedding of pearls given to her by the Wesley Memorial Methodist cade. Her colonial nosegay of Miss Alvazlne YOung, former B. Herbert and Mrs E
trip to New York City and bridegroom. She carried a Church was the scene Friday white carnations was centered branch president, wilt Gretchen Taylor.
upper New York state is plan- cascade bouquet of white with Better Times roses.
night of the exchange of wed explain the history, purposesa
ned by Dr. and'Mrs Donald
roses. ding vows between Miss San Serve Bridegroom n d membership require.ments Share the beauty secret ot
Bruce Dolan who were married Sister Attends Bride BAN FIRE HAZARDS
dra Rae Wilson and Steve Gary Mitchell of Daytona of the organization and Drexel Dllr
yesterday afternoon at The bride's sister, Mrs. Anthony eSPECIAL
Beach was best man, Ushers will outline the relationshipof Check your home for such fire
Mulberry Methodist Church. William H. Thornton of Norfolk Thomas Enfinger of Polk City.
Mr. Baker, Hulan Howell
were the Association with the hazards as: oily cleaning rags
The bride is the former Va., matron of hon OFFER
was The bride is the daughter of and David Fisher of Lake International Federation of
Miss Jo Ann Jordan and paint rags, rubbish In the
daughter or. She wore a streetlengthdress Mrs Earl (PeeWee) Wilson Alfred. University Women.
of Mrs Edwin Grady Jordan of velvet blue deep A held In attic or basement and fireplaces, From Dorothy Gray
1108 N. Lakeshore Dr, and reception was the Mrs E. C. Plckart, also a
and the late Mr. Jordan. lustre satin and matching pillbox the late Mr Wilson Mr. and church social hall with Miss former president, will describe chimneys flues, and furnaces ,
The bridegroom Is the eon of hat with circular nose- Mrs. W. G. Enfinger of Polk Elizabeth Harwell In chargeof the organizational setup that( are dirty and In need of re SA TURA the true moisture cream
Dr. and Mrs. William Russell tip veil. She carried a,bouquet the of the bride's book. Others '
City the
are parents at various levels: branch pair.xsartaxraxralaatawlxJxwtxra regularly $8,50
Dolan of Skaneateles N.Y. of powder blue carna bridegroom.The assisting In the hospitalities ,
After their wedding trip, the tions. Rev. Whitney J. Dough, were Miss Sandra Klntey, Miss aatx lxwlxaaswaarsx+ $tt.5O
newlyweds will live in Lakeland Miss Dale Daniels of Havana pastor, performed the cere- Nancy Kinsey, Miss Carol now
at 917 E. Lake ParkerDr. Fla., was bridesmaid. mony after a musical programpresented Miller, Miss Patty Sellars, .f
Dr. Dolan is practicing She was dressed like the ma- by Mrs. R. S. Cau Mrs. Carol Little and Mrs. r If you hove ever used Soturo If you have
dentistry In Lakeland. His tron of honor. die, organist. Joyce Schmidt. M---I never used Satura take this opportunity to
bride I. employed by Allen ft Dr. William W. Dolan of Wears Formal Gown After a wedding trip to save on the gentle mannered cream ladies

Company, Lakeland Miami was best man. Ushers A. E. Price gave the brideIn points of interest in Florida, THINK prefer.
Performs CeremonyThe were Allen B. Fonda of Skan marriage. She wore a formal the couple will reside In Lake Satura Is not a miracle cream. It' makes no
Rev. Morris Gasklns eateles and Robert L. Jordanof gown of bridal taffeta designed land. The bride will\ continueIn I ABOUT claim to being so. But either of its formulas,
performed the ceremony. Music Lakeland, brother of the with long sleeves, gent the employ of State Farm SPRING with hormones or Vitamin A, will soften,
was presented by Miss bride. ly scooped neckline and slim, Insurance, Winter Haven, and smooth and moisturize as few other creams
Laurie Black, organist andJ. At the reception in the bell-shaped skirt with, chapel the bridegroom will continue SI Vl( AND can.
Everett Allen, soloist church social hall, guests train. Medallions of hand- working at Union Bag-Camp Very light and delicate, aids in the preventionof
Vernon Jordan of Nichols were Introduced to the reedy clipped Alencon lace encrusted Paper Corp. WONDERFUL CASUAL CLOTHES dryness, helps your skin keep a petal
gave his sister in marriage.She ing line by Mrs Allen. The with sequins detailed the bod
wore a gown of smgelskin bride's book was kept by Mrs. ice. A tiara of pearls and MOM smoothness. offer. Save famous
PROTECTIVE Don't miss special on
peau designed with a deep V William W. Dolan of Miami. crystals held her veil of illu I
neckline three-quarter length Others assisting in hospitalities sion. She carried a bouquetof Maps make an excellent wall I I I G&UliTi\1l' m'LI Satura cream by Dorothy Gray.
aleeves and basque waistline. were Mrs Lewis D. Van- lilies of the valley centered decoration when properly tram Ladies choose Dorothy Gray
The controlled skirt with soft cey Mrs. R. C. Black, Mrs. with a white orchid. ed. Paste cheese-cloth on the I \ Mass' Cosmetics A
folds at the side flowed Intoa Joe Duke, Mrs. W. K. POll Mrs. Joe Baker was matronof back and then apply a thin coal L

chapel train. Alencon lace all of Mulberry, Miss Joyce honor in a formal gown of of white shellac \t> the front t<) .' #. "r "re __ I ,l
motifs detailed the bodioe and Ann Mobley of Mi.ml.tn.\ American Beauty row bro keep the map from discoloring. WIIW'MINMI'4IfINW\I4II\I4II!! _! !!IW'\4If atvaar cm
skirt front. Her bouffant veil C. A. Brown, Mrs. Harold 1.. II
of silk illusion was held in Thomas, Mrs Robert D. Cus- t
place by a pillbox hat trim- ter, Mrs. Frank A. Sheridan
med with lace and seed pearls. Mrs. Byron H. Comstock, all
Her only jewelry was a strand of Lakeland.RobertsKeen.


Mrs. Juanita Whitley S19 N.
Stella Ave, has announced the ''t p4MISS y't <
engagement of her daughter.

Miss Juanita Diane Roberts '
to William Elden Keen, 607%
Alicia Road, son of the late .
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Keen. i
The couple will exchangevows riI

on March 1 at 4 p,m. at .1' I 1
the home of the prospective
bridegroom's brother and sis WEEK
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Howard ts
Drive, ...
605 Elaine
D. Keen, 0':'. '
Brandon. No Invitations will .# ,. .
be sent. All friends and relatives .
of the couple are Invited.A .
native of Macon, Ga. I
Miss Roberts is attending night

classes at Lakeland High Here's a very special opportunity to get a headstart on a lovelier you From February -
School. She Is employed by .
i' McCrory's.Mr. 9th through 15th, we're celebrating National Beauty SaTan Week with special
Keen Is a graduate of
Lakeland High School where low prices on hair styling.
he was president of the DCT
I! Club. He Is employed by General -

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LAKELAND LEDGER S Reporting OnFlorida *

I ,What's Doing AtUniversity State University: ,

Of By CAROLYN ROBERT member Harry Schmldt! .i9 Ur*\':

t Campus Correspondent Inetlst.! and Clifford Madsen, '

By CELIA WILLIS V TALLAHASSEE -Th Florida trumpet player, were, guesq"

Campus Correspondent i State University Debate soloists with the 99membertudent '

TAMPA The rain has returned Team returned from the H h band. Keith Chadwlckt'

and with threat of Annual West Georgia College of Lakeland and Ben Godfrey

flue returning with It activities Invitational Debate Tournament and Jere Fonythe of Auburn* '

at University of South In rr''" last dale are member of the,

Florida still haven't subsided weekend with group. v ",.
Two dance yx a price the Candidate V
bands head '- members are
the Hit of all proud of Lakelander Carol Ana Crliv; >'

event the Their award, card sponsored by Alpha 'XI

UC program ; which they Delta sorority, Wa a landldate "
council fea won over
tures. The 'j t 1 r other schools, for the title of queen.of" .
Oat parllladance a wa none other the annual Rose Ball.,, 1 t',

was than the On the sports scene_the .
held Friday rL sweepstakestrophy FSU swim team couldn't* ,
In the Argos for the- CAROLYN doing better. During the vreefc-;
Center and best overalaverage end through Nctn Carolina
: jaunt ,
: in the tournament
featured the
CELIA 41 the unbeaten Seminole
Debater Janice Conner of
U a e tters.
p tankers won over both North
The Valentine dance will be Lakeland was on the novice Carolina and East Carolina
Friday. The name of the division negative team which College. ,
band has not been released placed second. Her novice
Not to be outdone, the worn
also the
The ISO and the UC Jointly team won third-place
overall rating for the novice en are getting Into the sport
presented an International division. picture too. The Racquette,
Show featuring the cultural women' tennis team, has won
works of Korea. Japan L 1 W r d 1i S k A few student may have first place In the Third..An
and ThaUand Monday afternoon hoarse voices this week a* nual Florida Collegiate Tennis
Pittsburgh.'I. the annual Campus Sing was Tournament for Women* held
Combining body conditioning held last weekend. Students at Rollin College. The Rae-
creativity and individual the sorority fraternity and queues are looking forwardto
expression, the Chorea.Nova, dormitory group rehearsed testing their skill next In
USF' modem dance club, CHAMBERS III MRS. EDWARD WILLIAMS for several week prior to the the first annual Women's Col.
provide free Instruction In contest First places were won legiate Invitational Tourna
one of the art form most by Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority ment, to be held In Jackson
popular today, the modem \ and Kellum Hall, men' vile Feb 28 through March
dance. Williams-Darnell residence. 2. So far 11 out-of-ttate and

Songs eight Florida college have
French Politic
signed the tournament' roster.
The consul adjutant of a bell-shaped tunic oversklrt. Mr. and Mr. Edward Williams of honor. Her sheath dress of Marsh Love cousin of -
She carried a sheaf of white who were married yes Ice blue brocade was worn Lakelander Mary Love, who'
New Orleans Jacques
France at
will carnation and blue Iris. terday afternoon at St. Jo with'a matching Jacket and a student at Emory University Kite Flying
the Teaching auditorium appearin The bride was also attendedby seph's Catholic Church, will headpiece of maline with a I* one of the tuneful An old-time port anyonecan
Thursday. ills topic will\ be Mrs. Robert Kaplan, who make their home in St. Petersburg flyaway veil. The white KKGs Selections sung were participate in promise
"French Politic Since 1958." waa dressed like the honor where the bridegroom muff she carried was en- 'The Fashions Change" (Her- to be all the rage this spring
k attendant and carried a similar is employed by Publix Super hanced with a spray of miniature ger) and "The Snow," season. It'* the windy-day
bouquet. Market, Inc red roses and larkspur, (Ehert). Kellum sang "Hal- pastime of kite flying, of
Lake WalesLAKE Flower Girl The bride, the former Miss Bridesmaids lelula, Amen from Judas Mac- course On breezy Saturday
Marianne Lashley of Miami Aileen Darnell, is the daughter *Mls Charlene Morgan and cabaeus" (Handel) and "I afternoon FSU coed can be
cousin of the bridegroom, was of Mr and Mrs. H. B. Mine Sherry Anderson were Hear a Voice APrayln'," seen racing across Land!
WALES-Merritt A. flower girl She wore a white Darnell, 1620 E. Main St. Mr bridesmaids. They were (Bright). The groups were Green in attempt to get their
i Sutton underwent major surgery dress accented with petal and Mrs. Walter William, dressed like the honor maid. Judged on tone, musicianship, kites airborne. Naturally a
at Orange Memorial Hospital blue. 203 Azalea, are parent of the Lisa Jean Ayre, niece of diction, s t a g e appearanceand number of men student can
Orlando David Christiansen was best bridegroom.The the bride, was flower girl choice of selections be heard shouting helpful directions -
Mr. and Mrs. William Mc \ man. Tim Austin, John Du- Rev Thomas J. Burn Best man was Greg Ra- Mlckle Cooper of Auburn- from the sidelines.
Clelland have moved from pree and Mr. Springer were performed the ceremony aftera maeker. John Kibler and dale wa piano accompanistfor Election time is coming
Jacksonville to Lake Wales ushers program of organ music Dan Mihlfeld were grooms the entry of Sigma Phi around again. Students interested
and are making their home on I A wedding reception was presented by Miss Michaelene men. Epsilon, among whose members in running for major
Marietta Street held In the Garden Center I'enchel.Wear. The bride' grandmother are Dave Gregory and student government offices
i Mrs. J. p Tomlinson addressed Among those assisting in the Brocade Mrs. Aileen L. Gumore, was Mark Sutherland of Winter started filing last week for the
an open meeting of hospitalities were Mrs Wrenn The bride was given In hostess for the reception at Haven primary elections. Office
the Tampa area Jaycees on Godfrey Mrs Ken Godfrey marriage by her father. She her home, 813 S. College Ave. Also In the music line, the available include those of
the mlllc controversy from the Miss Dodie Junkn! Miss wore a street-length dress of Assisting In the hospitalities FSU Symphonic Band left president of the Student Body,
consumer' viewpoint, Mr, Kathy Martin, Miss Joble white brocade, designed with were Misses Ann and Joyce Thursday on an annual three- vice president, women's vice
Tomlinson recently resigneda Tate, Miss Brenda Dlmsdale, a fitted midriff enhanced with Copeland. Guests were Invited day tour with concert scheduled president, chief justice: of the
a consumer member of the Mrs Jack Smeltz, Miss Jean. small pearls Her veil was to sign the bride' book in Alabama, Georgia and honor court and chairman of '
State Milk Commission.Mr. nie Smeltz and Mrs. Jack caught to a crown of sequins by Miss Sheila Hatchett. Northwest Florida. Faculty the traffic court.
and Mr. Hugh L. Mow- Fessenden and pearls and .he carried a
ery spent the weekend In Fort The bridegroom Is employ. white prayer book topped witha Smooth"moisture back
Lauderdale a* guests of Mr. ed by The Ledger. The newlyweds white orchid cascade and Polk Women'sClubs
Davis who will live at 3023 Red- lilies of the valley
and Mr. Roy are
I wintering there from Louisville wood Avenue. Miss Toni Gengler was maid SiressScholarships into your Winter-Parched Skin !

Ky. The Devises have
been frequent guest In Lake About

Wale through the years. _. w rr
-- "Scholarship" will be the

Stetson UniversityGENE of theme the of Polk the County administration Federa-

r4 I PORTRAIT HOUSEDALLAS' tlon of Women' Club for the
BRIDGES worship after a weekend of ensuing two years under the
Campus Correspondent fun and reminiscing. leadership of Mrs Gerald 1
Basketball Team Mabry of Fort Meade Mrs.
DELAND University
Stetson's basketball team Dan Bagley of Lakeland will
student filed in and out of
FINESTis has been doing a good job serve as scholarship chair-
Stetson room in the union
since the holidays The team .
man. A county wide projectwill
building Tuesday, as they registered
has been working hard. Even
for classes which start-, be held in 1965 to raise
coming to LakclandINTRODUCTORY e d Wednes though the University of MI. additional funds for the scholarship
ami was a little too much for '
The atu- program
day. them the Stetson team has
dent Mrs Mary Sands of Bartow
are anticipating -
been a little too much for has announced that the
a t t "DayIn
OFFER busy semesterof many. other teams this season Court" project will be held
study and Feb 24-27 with each club entitled
Stover Theater and the con-
send .
activity The to two representatives
choir for
cert are preparing

ANY ONE PERSON ANY AGE registrar ports that r enrollment e-Is- the"Merry production Wives of of the Windsor opera for luncheon the to one-day at the the Juvenile Juvenile session Court with I I Velvet of Roses

Margaret Cox and Gene
about the Home.
Bridges Lakeland Sue and
same as the Dan Crum Bartow, and about The April meeting of the dry-skin cream by Barbara Gould
fall semester. group will be April 7 at the
30 others In the
are singing
1. Regular This is GENEhomecoming Livestock Pavilion In Bartow
chorus for the which
} week opera with the Polk $150
at Stetson County Home
will be presented during Parents'
t Activities start on Thursday Weekend. Demonstration Council serving regular $3.00 size special JL1"1

I 850 Value with the opening of the play The future teachers on the as hostesses A program on
community affairs will be
"The Bald Soprano" in which campus began their intern presented this extra-rich beauty to amooth'v
studies this week. Janice at this meeting with It take *o little of cream
Mary Swallows of Winter.Haven Jones of Lakeland past plans to Mrs. Sands In charge of the .- tiny age lines which the cold hand of winter can etch

hal a leading role. Sat intern at Edgewater High in arrangements for the program ao deeply.Use this wonder-working cream every night and

; ONLY98C urday, of course, I I. the big Orlando Many will Intern In youll find that dry,flaky,aging look miraculously disappear*!
day; the parade Is in the DeLand while others will travel Delegates elected to the Your akin fairly bloom all winter-next spring, youll look

morning; the assembly Is at to other schools In Floridafor Florida Federation of Women's younger than ever I

t r noon, followed by picnic lunch their teaching experience. sonville Clubs April convention 1316 in include Jack SPECIAL THROAT CREAM Superbly formulated to help Ana'the

f in the Forest of Arden; the Cigarette Sale Mrs. Mabry Mrs. Helen l throat and neck regular $3.00 S 1 so
With the release of the re-
basketball game is in the afternoon port on cigarettes, the cigarette Pearce Polk City, and Mrs.
The game is with sale on the DeLand cam William Walmsley, Davenport,
Florida Southern College, pus came to a halt. The Hat vice presidents. Alternates
elected Mr.
which Stetson defeated In an Rack, the campus soda hop, were George
Mayer, treasurer
the sale
immediately stopped
overtime period last week. ; Mr. Frank Woodard, 0 I
of cigarettes, and the cigarette
On Sunday, the churches of vending machines were Bartow; and Mrs. Paul Braddock -

1 DeLand extend a cordial welcome removed from all campus Auburndale.
All Persons Under -- -
r --- ----
to those who gather to buildings.The .
18 Must BeAccompanied Stetson Trustees will
meet next week for one of
By d'J1JlMJ.IUlLL their most important meetings EXPERT INEXPENSIVE
of the year. Even though most
Parent of the trustees' work 1s done
Dr Alfred Arnold r. :
Lake- ,
behind closed doors, the students -
land podiatrist, is attending a are always interested 'UPHOlSTERING: ,

surgical seminar presented by in the result of the meeting ,

ONE 8x10 SILVERTONEGROUP the American College of Foot The athletic department has j '
Surgeons today through Wed- opened the new tennis courts
near the soccer field. When
nesday at the Hotel fontaine- STANDARD 2-PC.
the new library constructionwas
bleu in Miami Beach. Surgi- begun, some of the old

WIDE SELECTION OF PROOFS cal podiatrist from all over courts had to be removed.
the country will lecture on new However, the new court are Sofa Bed end Chair
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nfi'l/li" LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Feb. !. lilt 7-C

: '" :'',,: ,' ", ,\,: 1"1'. ; World Day Of Prayer Services Scheduled I

The 78th observance of tin work there and others will dressed In costumes representing recreation centers for children

World Day of Prayer will be be used in the United States children around the world. of migrant farm workers and,

held next Friday at 2 pm. making possible the continua. The offering from the chil Indian-Americans; and some
at First Methodist Church tion of the new program of
dren's service will in part will be used to send men and
sponsored by United ChurchWomen ministry among newcomers In
A nursery will be provided communities be used to send Bible storybooks women In Africa to African

In the wing on Walnut Program Participants to parts of the world villages to lead mothers and
s Street opening at 1:30.: where they have no such fathers In a Christian way
1 ; t erai The theme for the 1964 serve Others participating In the books; to help provide Sunday and teach them better ways to
ice Is "Let Us Pray." The program will be Mrs. Donald schools: kindergartens and take care of their children..
service was prepared by Dr. Hemstreet. organist; members i 1
Madeleine Barot. executive of First Methodist choir with
secretary of the department Mrs. Blrney Gross In charge;
a on the cooperation of men and and Mrs. Herbert Chase, who Jt4j

women In church, family society is in charge of arrangementsfor .
of the world council of the host church. .
churches at Geneva, Switzer Ushers will be Mrs. I. G. Vr t{
land. Cloud Mrs. W. S. Ramage,

i- The Rev. Caxton Doggett Mrs W. J. Elchelberger. Mrs.T. ..
: pastor, will give the Invocation S. Carlton Mrs R. E. such pleasant wearatnlity
Lse Mrs U. W. Scaggs chairman Adams, Mrs. Robert Dalgle
will explain the Mrs. Charles Staubel. Mrs.
,j 0 of the day meaning of W 0. Gardner and Mrs. B. L. ; OQ8
; prayers np 'W -
7 9 ; : thanksgiving will be given by Williamson, all members of by I{
'4 Mrs Eric Murray Mrs. Clifton Circle 4 of the host church. e
6pyL H White and Mrs. Nellie Red Serving on the planting committee
mond Mrs. J. J. Rooks will are Mrs. Sagas, Mrs.
Murray, Mrs. Henry E. Barnett
give a meditation on prayers
of intercession and Mrs John Mrs. W. S. Dobbie and
King will present a vocal solo. Mrt. Bruce Barnes. Bone Potent
Prayer Requests Mrs. Ernest Snodgrass and r
Block Potent
,S Requests for prayer from Mrs. Cooke are in charge of 7
service to be
the children's White Patent
women around the world will
held the same day at 4 p.m.
be presented by Mrs Murray,
Mrs White, Redmond and at College Heights Methodist 18.95
Mrs. Doggett Mrs. John Church. Also sponsored by (
this is the
UCW of Lakeland
Cooke violin
MRS. TIMOTHY ALAN BICEFORD MRS. GENE ARTHUR MIXON solo during 11'11present the offertory.a fourth year the service has ,

Uses for the offerings col. been held.
lected at the various churchesIn Flute Solo
Bickford-Duncalf f M ixon-M undv the country will be used The service will open with a

I for: sustaining 12 Christian flute solo by Miss Susan Hunt. 4t-:.
colleges for women in Asia ley, accompanied by Miss Susan .
At Nuptial Maw performed fashioned with neckline Miss JoAnn Mundy and and carried ;
a a scoop yellow chrysanthemums. and Africa; make possible the Snodgrass at the piano. .
yesterday moraine at St. fastened at back with Gene Arthur Mixon of 420 translation printing and ,distribution Children participating in the
Joseph's Catholic Church. Miss tiny buttons. The softly full Crescent Drive exchanged Ushers of Christian literature service will be Ann Colvln Matching
Sharon Ann Duncalf became skirt had a chapel train. A
and children In the Westminster
to women Presbyterian;
marriage vows Friday nightat
the bride of Timothy Alan headpiece of pearl-edged satin Mr. Schofield best
was man. world; lend assistance to the Sally Denise Mitchell. Methodist
Bickford. petals held her veil. The St. Paul Lutheran Church. Ushers Bill Walters and In.
were present program among Temple; Mary Ella Ida-
Parents of the couple are pearl necklace she wore wasa The Rev. R. A. Hingst, pastor Bill Mixon of Lake Wales, dian-Americans; support the mek. First Christian; Carl Remember .

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duncalf gift from the bridegroom.She performed the ceremony. bridegroom's cousin. migrant ministry, providingday Jennings Groff Evangelical Easter Is March 29th!
and Mr. and Mrt William J. carried a crescent-shaped Music was presented by Theo care centers recreational United Brethren; Gary Ruble
Bickford, all of north Lake- bouquet of white carnations. dore Harts organist. A reception was held In the centers and programs of assistance Trinity Methodist; and Edle
land. Brother Best Man church social hall. Assisting toward responsible DuBose, College Height Methodist Open ZSiFriday
Mr. and Mrs. K.
Richard Bickford of Menlo Mundyof
were the bride's sister Mrs. .
After a wedding trip to Miami citizenship.Also: SWp
the newlyweds will re- Park. Calif., was best man Route are parents of the Claude R. Morrow Mrs Wal to extend hospitality to Miss Abbie Doggett will tell
aide at 418 N. Tennessee Ave. for his brother. Ushers were bride. Mr. Mixon Is the son ten Mrs Chester Roney and the more than 60,000 students the story. The youth choir at IghtBENFORD'S

Mr Bickford Is an employeof Rick Catalano and Joseph La. of Mr and Mrs W, T Mixonof Mrs. Harry O'Kane. Mi>s coming to this country from Westminster Presbyterian BOOTERYDOWNTOWN
FMC Corporation and Ma Londe. Dundee. Sandra Freeman kept the all over the world giving them Church will provide music, accompanied
bride ,is employed by Auto A reception was held at bride's book the opportunity to know Amer. by Mrs Frank
Owners Insurance Company.The First Federal Savings and Petal Cap Mr. and Mrs. Mixon will ica through home life, as part Laver on the harp and John

Rev..William A O'Far- Loan Association's downtown The bride wore a formal live at 610 McDonald St. He of an American family. Special Middents, guitar Mrs. Thomas
community room. Miss Made- is employed by Ell Witt Cigar gifts will be sent over Blount will be director.
rell officiated and music was gown of lace and tulle over
lena Giglia kept the bride'sbook. Company. seas to help strengthen Chris Various participants will be
presented by Miss Eileen Also assisting in hospitalities satin. An overskirt of lace = _. ,._ .....'._. _. !
Degnan and Miss Mlchelene were Miss Wallle was tiered at the back Her
Fenchel. Bickford of Miami cousin of
veil of illusion was held bya
Wean Satin Gown the bridegroom Mrs. Joseph
cap of petals and she carried ..
Given In marriage by her LaLonde Mrs. David Reid
father, the bride wore a gownof Miss Pauline Hodgson and white chrysanthemums. COME SEE YOUR
bridal satin. The bodice. Miss Yvonne Sullins. The bride was given in marriage

by her father. BRIGHT FASHION FUTURE ,

COLLEGE NEWS Matron of honor was Mrs.
I Thomas Schofield. The bride's IN OUR NEW ZODIAC COLLECTION .

With A Southern AccentBy sister Miss Patricia Mundy
was a bridesmaid. The honor

LINDA LEE RAY traditional graduation rites attendant wore a blue chiffon fby \, ,

t .Campus Correspondent at the spring graduation over a taffeta street.length 1 1 J: 1 1 .' I I
I service. Thoee .from Polk dress. She carried yellow .1, 1 t
Shakespeare comes to FlorIda ,
I Southern College campus County who will receive their chrysanthemums. Miss Mundywas ;, If- lilt II" :
this- week when the Vagabonds diplomas at that time are gowned In blue brocade. ,

Jen ale I Duncan Berry hill,
college's repertorydrama

1 group, presents "A William Henry Doppelheuer, Speaking of Beauty ;
Barbara Burns '
M 1 dsummer Patsy Evans, s
Night's Harshman Walter Edward .y ,Ml!,

Dream" In Harsbman, lucienne Hubbell WliMi ir, rut baramlne lh rw*
Whiff BurtuM the* mtf .ueli iu torhlirlt
the newB Lee Martin Raymoa fMhlon hailirvs.
anscomb Larry ," fullalihMiih ,11'i"I
r ,
Ineq t. d..l"d
James Emmett
Memorial Lee McGinnis, n iar
a Palmer Jr., Maurice li.t t Iv.ryoav
Layton Phillips, James Philip'! wlilrtletarUni / t
Matinee and if '1 It Hi \ ,
John Harris o
Rudolph tvrlv-
George r e
evening formanceswill per R,t" .- Shufflebarger Kenneth ::'f .i nth hair.IIfl%r\.human.Ilihl Light, bright, breezy so much In the spirit s
p wmhl
be presented Stettner William Smith Rodger Martha LeRoy Tarr Ana *colored\n Ix, eul lw.d and 4 of fun and frolic! That's lynbrook's new

Thursday and William Jackson Wads- ), pprmanMU wavednnanelne a a 4larawafa Zodiac collection of fashions for the sunny t
and SatLINDA worth Jr., all of Lakeland. I ".IIaW art 9
urday. 01' In. season. Going north? Don't leave without
From Winter Haven are
see e. P1 't
Ticket and reservations Elaine Johnson DeYoung, I Worn .properly In (act,,fair a vlilM Tour I hair cannot araai.btIturMI lynbrookl 1 Right now, right on through spring t fr
can be obtained by calling Mary Stella Duaton and Janet .,r knovt for aur* maklne tliam ..-
the Fletcher Theatre-In-the- Carole Lockhart; from :,tm.)\\'Ir-: u chow *IU> thin"o'ooaHihl. 1 a these ore the dresses to live In whenever, <

Round. Admission U $1 for Haines City. Judith Esther ( Mn tf Bill.I5rh e .Mrlei, ) a a wherever you want to collect compliments..

adults and 50 cents for students Floyd and from Bartow -..... ,
John Timothy Rankin. .
other than those en- -
------- -- *
rolled at FSC.

Roscoe A. Hammond bet Mtrs

ter known around campus at CRAMPED

"Mr. Hammond" has begun

his second semester. Mr.
C Saucy tetrtucktrttrlptt
Hammond a resident of FOR SPACE? ,rt' deilgn this.
Lakeland, Is Southern's blind ; ', costume, to be worn with S
student. After not having ,. perky locket or 01 otleevelesl ,
thcath for
been In school in over 20 ,,> "1R" double duty Crlmton

years, he enrolled as a freshman Blue, Block By lynbrook
5- 'In HIM 10 to 20, 12 Vi
last fall after a Day-
to 22Vi. 22.95 I '
tona Beach evaluation center '"

for the blind told him he was

capable of attending college. ,, ,H>;'"
The Lakeland Lions Club
helps finance such expenses! \ ; .
as readers. A number of 7
Southern students serve at
readers on a voluntary basis. t

Art DisplayPolk

County students currently .tft ,.. .,.fo 'r. I
exhibiting work in the A. Sig bold tablecloth checks B. The iweoter dress with every .
,art department's display include cover tfiit woven' cotton drtu / unique Mont on ttyling, In a vtt ,.y,745'1I'III'I"1q1

Joyce Brennan and t with Its skirt of unpreuedploti Arnel* ;jeriey with on Orlonfi a. .p I. t.'
of Lakelandand tweeter Ch trimmed to
Shelley Chapman ond braided string match the ore White with tJ'lf'lflUfJflI1belt.
Janice Gladden of Win-
Block/White or Red/ Navy tweater only. By
ter Haven. White. By Lynbrook Inilzti Lynbrook In lne10' to 20 1'I\II1AI4: \ : OLLMrVIlO I
Hoyt ( B If a y ) Barnett 8 to 16. 14.95.. f l S 12'to 20'/i. 2495, .
Lakeland, will again play on / I.P .., ''W..Q
the Sigma Phi! Epsilon basketball -
team. Last year Sig. ...-... ._,--
ma Phi Epsilon took top position

Florida Four on editors newspapers campus.from, Central including Why Not Add A Room!

Harris G. Sims editor of

The Ledger, were on campus All types of home remodeling and repairs exterior W''
this week for a Journalism y 6
forum on "Trends Ahead In or Interior. Free estimates, helpful Ideas,

Journalism. Other editors selection of materials and arranging for construction '.'
attending were Cortland Anderson -
managing editor of are all part of McGinnes' One Stop Home Re-

the St. Petersburg Times modeling and Repair Service.
Bennett DeLoach, managing
editor of the St. Petersburg

and John Lopp. editor of the In today and see the Lynbrook Zodiac Collection in full color !
Auburndale Star. Both Mr. through stereo viewer Then after select Zodiac fashions
our you your ,
Sinn and Mr. Anderson are
FSC alumni. McGinnes Lumber Co. ask your salesgirl how you can get your own personalized horoscope, I
for the entire year of 1964, free with the compliments of Lynbrook.j.1 .
Receive Degrees 231 I S. Florida Are Lakeland, Florida
The M seniors who com- 600 W. Main St. Ph. MU 6-3141
'pleted' work for degrees In

will have their .t

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1C LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. f, 1W4 "*

II JJLI a 4 land ,

Scouts And Brownies Will

Mrs. Howard DuBose Has Been Have Nature Workshop


A special outdoor workshopwith ered Include use of the meal. rr
Busier Than Usual This Year I expert in nature study planning chart making inex t41 i

and outdoor crafts will be held pensive bed rolls, cooking a ,

U II Thursday morning at Christina one-pot meal simple first aid J tl JnnyJ r I JI
By LUCIA MYERSAn I want to," she said, and turned back to her Park for Brownie and Girl safe use of the knife and cor

entire year of planning and preparation books. Scout leaders and other interested reel cleanup of camp sites. t
adults. Court of honor members I
stretches back of the moment when Mrs. After living In Georgia and Texas for several
Miss Carol Beck, naturalista Including patrol leaders assistants .
Howard DuBose welcomes the Florida Chain of years the DuBoses moved to Lakeland ( Highland Hammock State scribes and treasurers f

Missionary Assemblies to Lakeland tonight 10 years ago. Dr. DuBose had graduated at Park and a member of the are invited to attend. i r
board of the Heart of Florida Leaders of troops and their 1
Florida Southern before Into
As city chairman she has coordinated an going military
Girl Scout Council will conduct assistants also may partici e
Intricate mass of details for the three days, service and attending the Medical School of the nature study Craft pate. One adult should accompany r

which are packed with speeches of missionary Duke University. work will be under the direc every six alrll.Advlaer tt
tion of Mr,. Eva Parks of
leaders at churches schools, civic clubs,
Will Extend Welcome t
Winter Haven, who will teach
will be
The workshop conducted
forum luncheons, a youth rally and general and
how to make flowers
Mrs. DuBose will give the welcome messageat by the Lakeland district
sessions. birds from palmetto strips and t
adviser Mrs. H. B.
7.30: o'clock tonight at First Methodist
Anyone who saw Mrs. DuBose scurrying will describe other nature Herbert and Mrs. W. D. Boy. .
Church for the Chain of Missions, beginning the crafts
from to another on the rainy kin, Mrs R. W. Tallent and
one appointment
Leaders asked to bring
three-day Interdenominational sessions here. Mrs Paul Smoak. tI
days this week would recognize this description a nosebag lunch. They will
Lakeland Is mid. in the Girls to
way 20-clty Itinerary attending are
gather at the pavilions just I
set forth In the source book of the Florida
which began Jan 19 In Jacksonville and ends inside the park entrance on Girl Scout handbooks, notebook

Chain: "The city chairman is the key person on Feb 20 in Ft. Lauderdale. the east side of Highway 37, pencil bandana Jack. MISSIONARY FAMILY The Rev, and Mrs. James Cooper Baptist missionaries to the t
,ln each community and It Is her responsibility Florida Is the only state which offers this haif-way between Mulberryand cup knife plate, 18-inch fork length spoon of 35 cord cents Calcos Islands are pictured with their children, from left. Candy 12; Tammy three; Joy.

Lakeland. Mrs Ferd for food and mediumsizedbag eight and Dusty H. The Coopers have just been given a plane to facilitate their mission work; o
series which has been described as "an adventure IV a
Merta, District chairman
of small sticks and kindling In the scattered Islands south of the Bahamas.
In world understanding. Recently a will Introduce the consultants
tourist was heard to : "If I did not have Aids Training
say Senior Girl Scouts of Lakeland In Auburndale on Wednesday
a any other reason for coming to Florida I Bartow and Fort Meadeare at Camp Rot try, State Coopers Prayed For Airplane

would come for the Chain of Missions. These invited to attend program Road 655 from 8:30( a.m. to tP
aide training which will be 2:30: p.m., there will be a similar ta
three intensive days are almost equal to a .
held at the Bartow Little- workshop for adult leaders

year in college House 355 N. Wilson, from and their assistants. The And' Gave Them One :
Ask the city chairman she's a college 7.31)' until '.30 p.m. on Wednesday adults will practice building Stranger

coed, too! for the next five weeks fires and pitching tents. Each
The will qualify seniors is to bring a home-prepared 1
0 fr
troops. Friday at the Girl Scout Women's Staff Writer "If Me doesn't want you to have their annual medical i

They Voted To Stay All troops are to march In Little House In Bartow Bar- Betty and Jim Cooper Lake- have it. you most certainly and dental checkups The t

the United Fund parade, meet. tow Girl Scouts will gatherfor landers serving as mission won't .get It." plane was to have been delivered ,
Ing Saturday at 12:30: p.m.. a songfest and campfireto aries on the remote Calcos Visits to them at Drane Field t
Mr. and Mrs H. Floyd Ramsey of Pittsburgh Stranger,
meeting In the second parking practice songs that will be Islands, have been given a but weather conditions made it
are spending their ninth season In Lake lane from the north side of sung at the International Festival plane in answer to their pray- Not long after that, another necessary for the pilot to land

+yup Yz land. In order to do so, they had to turn downa the New Civic Center parking at Bok Tower on ers. private plane landed on the in Fort Lauderdale instead. tHe's

1 f strong offer. lot. Girls will be dismissed March 8. They began last spring to ,island of South Calcos where Learning FastJim ,

Before his retirement he had worked 37 from the same point at 2:15 pray for a plane to facilitate the Coopers live. The couple Cooper Is now busily engaged
In Its old truck
years for United States Steel and for the last pm. their mission work among the jumped pick-up in an accelerated flying t
and raced the to ask
few years, had been in charge of constructionat Second Workshop natives on the scattered British to plane course In the Islands and
its mail letters to the
I Its Homestead Works near Pittsburgh.The Patrol leaders who participated Island*,south of the Bahamas.In pilot to children writes his wife that he is learning .
MRS. HOWARD DuBOSE in last month's first their. May letter to their two Cooper attending) fast. "I'm going to learnto
Ramseys had just arrived here for this school in Lakeland. c
workshop In outdoor skills are supporters mainly the members -., fly too," said Betty. "Jim
her desk at
and recalled the incident
season were settling In an apartment at Betty : "
Invited to return tomorrow of the Calvary Baptist will teach me. There Is no
828 East Lime St., when an Important letter from 9:30: a.m. until 2:30: p.m., Church here they asked that "Jim had been working on the air field on South Caicoa. so

came. He was asked whether he would returnto for their second lesson In their need for a plane be men church we are building. He the Coopers will land on dry

.to keep the wheels In motion and the com- be resident engineer for the constructionof camping techniques tioned In the prayers of their had on old clothes and. was salt panda

mlttee cogs so well meshed and oiled that a new wing on the hospital at Homestead. Special emphasis will be supporters and friends covered with cement. We The two older Cooper children
talked with the of the
given to practice In pitchingtents In September they receiveda owner Candy 12, and Dusty
when the time comes for the Assemblies her The Ramseys hastily held a committee who to mail
plane, agreed our
and In building cooking letter from an almost total 14,. are staying In Lakelandwith
meeting. Both voted "No. And In five minuteshe
functioning letters from his
machine next
board Is a smoothly operating be stop
fires Other to
topics cov stranger offering them the their grandparents Mr.
was typing a reply saying that "we have
which Puerto Rico. Jim
with apparently effortless ease." plane they had prayed for. was and Mrs. Lee Berry 1035 N. f
too winters In the South to face
spent that he
many explained was dirty I
The plane, a three-place Piper Davis Ave and Mr. and Mrs.
: Attends College Too another one In the North." Camp Fire Girls To Visit Super Cruiser, described by church.because The he man was asked building us to a Perry Cooper? 828 E. Valencia. s

In her brightly-printed green raincoat, she No RegretsA the Coopers as "just what we keep him Informed of our The two younger children, r r
need for our work" was delivered Joy eight and Tammy three, s
arrived at a church circle meeting but left similar several caused the islands. We
request years ago Polk In BartowFourth progress on
to the Coopers last returned to the islands last
her classes in economics and talked with him less 10
attend than r
early to them to miss two trips to Lakeland while week. The donor. Identified week with their mother. Betty 1
Spanish at Florida Southern College. Laterin he was serving as "watch dog" for the Home. minutes and then his plane
only as "A Christian gentle teaches Joy at home t
Grade Fire their Wood Gatherer's rank.
the day she had to use her car to pick stead hospital's\ board of trustees during construction Camp man from Maryland who has took off. 1
Girls of Lime Street School Blue Birds of South. He Cot Letter
up her two girls. Edith and Barbara from of another wing. Smiling a chain of textile mills," sent '

junior high and elementary schools. Dr. and With no regrets that he turned down the whose guardian Is Mrs. Ray west Elementary School will his private pilot along to teach "His name was and added he receivedthe to our St. David'sEpiscopal

Mrs. DuBose's oldest child Is Roy a senior latest offer, tall athletic Mr. Ramsey Is busily mond Burks, will visit on Tues go Wednesday afternoon to the Rev. Mr. Cooper how to mailing letter list in which we men- Church

at Lakeland High School.. serving as games chairman for the Lakeland day afternoon at the children's their meeting of the "Weed ray tioned our prayers for a plane. MS t.t.w..4l Dr. I

Mrs. DuBose Is completing a two-year term Lawn Bowling Club six days a week. When ward of( the Polk County Hospital Pullers" at the Garden Center Until Traveled now the By Coopers Boat have We hadn't seen this man before Welcomes, Yotitank.

as city chairman for the Chain of Missions the season is over he has another Importantdate in Bartow. They will and Mrs Doris Thompkins. used a motor boat In their and haven't seen him .

an honor which followed Important positions on his calendar. He will return to his take to the young patients their' Instructor will teach travels among the islands This since but he's the man 'who cll S,10 A.KU 10t4S A.M.
__, In other organizations. She was elected president alma mater. Allegheny College In Meadvllle, Valentine favors and toys they them to make vegetable ani mode of travel was slow and gave us the plan'" said themissionary's I Ckersa...... 1.4' .+*.
of United Church Women of Lakeland Pa. for the 50th reunion of his class have made for them. mals. Mrs. Barbara Hunt is expensive In good weather impossible wife. EvoMMnf 4) p.m.Tho t r-rC.ot
._ ,
been In
Cooper PIN PI.dsa
Blue Birds and Cheer their leader MW.00.
after starting as secretary and working up to Perky on windy days. A com- .
the top peat She headed the Polk County (( it (( ful Blue Birds of Combee Friday at 6:30 p.m. the Lo plete circuit of the mission outposts Lakeland for a few days seeing

Medical Auxiliary too after rising through School, whose leaders are Mrs. Wa Me Ka Camp Fire Girls by boat required 61 gal- J
offices. Attends Alumnae Lunch Margaret Bland and Mrs. Jody will entertain their fathers one of gasoline mixed with oil,
Thrower will be guests of with a Valentine banquet at according to Betty Cooper. By

Likes To Read Eastslde Baptist Church tomorrow the Camp Fire clubhouse. The air, the same number of pointscan COME TO THECRUSADE
Mr and Mrs. C. Lamar of Brooks-
afternoon for a Valentine girls will do their marketingand be visited at the cost of I II
Before her marriage she attended Winthrop ville were recent guests of Mrs. J. Milton party. The girls have the Valentine decorationwill only 12 gallons of gasoline she I
College In South Carolina her native state. Murray at Lake Morton Apartments. Mrs made the decorations and In be done by Candace Albert said

t Two years ago she decided to enroll for Lamar timed her trip to attend the Founders vitations. Each Blue Bird has Kathy Bradberry Janet The Coopers began to pray

classes at Florida Southern. She began with Day luncheon of Huntingdon College alumnaeat invited a friend to the' party. Kay Hawkins, Mona McKay for a plane shortly after a

"The Life and Teachings of Jesus" and Amer. Lakeland Yacht and Country Club. Mrs. David Miles will I entertain Marilyn Powell. Gail Grass- visit made to their islands bya

ican history. Mr Lamar could drive the car for her Crystal Blue Birds of field and Sally Mitchell. missionary from another

For her term paper' on "The Prayer Life because "he's just retired for the third time" Crystal Lake School at a Vel- History Of group of islands. The mission
afternoon. The fathers will be welcomedby
entine Friday
of Jesus" she read more than 25 books. Her she said happily. His most recent retirementwas party will Valentines Beth Willis and Debbie ary came In his plane and
The girls exchange the Rev. Mr.
family wondered why she was Imposing sucha from the position of city clerk of Brooks. and their refreshments Bebber will give a history of gave lift on his mission Cooper rounds a

heavy load of reading on herself, when they ville. Mrs. Lamar gives much of her timeto the Lo Wa Me Ka group's activities When Jim Cooper commentedto IN

knew she could write a term paper with less the presidency of Brooksville Hospital In the Camp Fire pro- his friend on the ease and

Auxiliary gram. speed with which the circuit ST. PETERSBURGFEB.
effort."Well, you know how I like to read. This The Lamars drove on from Lakeland to The Camp Fire story with had been completed his friend

gives me a reason for reading as much as visit their son Perry Lamar Jr. in Lake Wales. Its four program levels will answered "Why don't you ask
-,- :r be told by Candy Heard and the Lord ta give you a plane?" 11. 16
Kay Ruthven will describe the The Rev. Mr. Cooper said

r seven crafts. The girls will "We've asked the Lord for so

DuPont 501 Continuous Filament entertain their fathers with. much I'd hesitate to ask for 2:00 AND 7:30 P.M. DAILY
Camp Fire songs and the recitation more."
of the Law of Camp

NYLON CARPETING; Fire and Wood Gatherer's Desire.

WI Ish Te Camp Fire Girlsof I

Lime Street School whose Meeting Calendar FOR ALL PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS
guardian Is Mrs. Robert Ta-

Now During This and games will be In keeping bar have elected the following IsaIs Poe ?H5 ."Y-..... a
with the occasion Mrs Oneta officers: president Kath- Ilui .....,. moment of mNlIlona -- asaiai -- -
Limited Offer and .orah'' .n hour 01 la.du
Hernandez is their leader. ryn Woods; vice president or unlit, Dill eaa-4111
Requirement Fulfilled Pam Cannon; secretary Pam Toss,
t: Lozawa Camp Fire Girls of Mallon; treasurer Chere Bel- ease sap,O',,"OLK a''c'CouNTT-ennd woe fss. DIRECT FROM FACTORYTo

j, Lime Street School whose lotto; reporter Anne Brooks; School ..... sued, M (45 am.:
$45 vorihlp aorvlr'' ovtnr second auoj -
guardian Is Mrs Ray Delk song and prayer leader Cindy at 1 PI, at iBwood a.yu.tChu '
COMPLETELY :1liJ. will meet at the home of Mrs Brooks, scribe Cynthia Taber; Bi. Wlnla corner Hatrn Avmui.. hllos.mp M Mid hour 34* You

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..tl :f r.,3.It. J ... .... ra-. LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday Feb. I, INI I-C

'Eiffel Tower' Is. Showy/ ) + r. R ." '

I LAWN & : Landscape With Native Plants :

New Pink Rose For 64 GUIDE 'I For Economy And Ease Of Care i

By PEGGY BROWNGarden GAINESVILLE If you are,native plants. Many of the native State Department of Agriculture .
ONTARIO. Calif Try to Is .
noon the
manner In rich rose perfume, and big,
planning to landscape your plants used In his landscapeplan ; Division of Plant Industry
.picture1> in your' mind's eye a which Eiffel Tower bears and tall -growing nature of Eiffel were obtained from local
displays Its huge buds and Tower It ColumnistWanf home don't overlook using some Seagle Building; Gainesville,
big rjpbuit hybrid tea rose suggests as a major nurserymen Dr. McElwee pointed
plant 'which |rowi straight full flowers singly on stems source of color and fragrance : of Florida's native plants, says out. Fla
up 1$
candelabra that are long and atralght. anywhere In the garden where 'f .' Dr. E. W. McElwee. head of the It must also be rememberedthat
In form to heights The neck Ail. Check Laws First
of each bloom Is it can get ample sun. + University of Florida's Ornamental care must be exercised In
.U feet and ,more, with pink. strong and well proportioned Its a big plant ,that I II ao e. "ff\ For those who are willing to digging a plant to retain as
fragratit, beautifully formed so. no matter how big or and taU- Horticulture Department, .
uniformly upright go out and look for specimens much of the root system ss posslble.
buds ''measuring( ) ( four Inches, heavy a bloom Is, it always growing that It would even Native plants are well adapted in the wild, Dr. McElwee cautions The roots should be pro-
and field On stout. straight stands perfectly erect its make a colorful fence when Poinsettias Next to local climactic and soil homeowners to first check tected with wet burlap or some
thor4-tree originators promise planted about two and one- conditions and may be much state regulations governing the other material during the time
Dearly three feet stems and that The soft, pastel pink color half feet apart. Christmas? Plant NowOrchid easier to grow than many of the collection and use of native the plant la being moved ao that
can reach long- planta. Some cannot be collectedor the very fine feeder roots do not
hybrid and Introduced ornamentals
sold while others cannot be dry out. The top of the plant
tr.No.. ft isn't a rote hybrldli- lovers will be happy to know that March he points out. It Is also ihlpped. In any case the land. should be pruned and thinned to

i .r'. dream. It', Eiffel Tower 21-22 has been set for the second annual Orchid much easier to produce a naturalistic owner's permission Is requiredto reduce the number of branches

I a newt, large -flowered rt ,Bank Show staged by. the Ridge Orchid Society. effect In a landscape move native plants. A copy and lesves. Such pruning is
/ pasItel Once again tne norms National planting with native plants, he of the regulations covering the needed to limit the amount of
pink hybrid tea originated" Bank will this make these cuttings from the collection of native plants can moisture lost from the plant during
sponsor adds
jby Armstrong' Nurterlet for exact branch of the plant that be obtained by writing to the transplanting
i. event and turn Its lobby over Good native landscape materlsl .------- .- --- .. -- -- -- .-----
Introduction this aprlng. This bore the most perfect flowers ;
to members of the society to can be found in nearly all "
new variety received the Gold e, e as to color and form. sections of Florida. As an example
display those beautiful flowers.More .
I Medal of the "Prize of Rome" Gardeners are glad to share Dr. McElwee lists the
Competition For New Roses about the details closer following native plants that he
their cuttings with others, be-
| at Rome. Italy, last spring to time. used In landscaping his own
A Fragrant ROM With the holiday season just cause they realize that their home grounds In the Gainesvillearea

This was Eiffel Tower's behind us, It is time to plan plants must be cut back very : Partridge berries, used asa
first significant competltlv..ppe..nc. severely, shortly after blossoming ground cover In dense shade;
for of
a supply the popularpoinsettia
and It took the Is completed, If they trumpet creeper, used to climbon
top International award for next Christmas.One tree trunks for large bell-
.against field of IK new r I'I'!' ,' I nice thing about polnset- are to produce as good and as shaped flowers In summer and
I seedlings offered by 30 nur- Ij the Is that you will have abundant flowers the next sea fall; Yaupon as sn evergreen

I series representing. 11 nations little, if any, difficulty in son. fruiting screen plant; and gall-
I Dr David L, Armstrong, co- berry as a low-facing plant In
[originator of Eiffel Tower, Ae, propagating from cuttings full Not Too Long the front borders. \ ctL
[notes that in addition to this a sized( blooming plants of almost In making cuttings, remember Flowers And Fruits ,

[new rose's bud form stem any quantity you desire that a piece five to six Native azaleas blueberriesand

(length plant vigor and quan- between now and next Decem- Inches long will make a plant oakleaf hydrangea were '
I titles of huge blooms, it II one ber. used In masses In the border for
faster than longer pieces.When
I of the most fragrant roses introduced flower effect, while French mulberry -
Now Is The Time *'
I in recent years you sever the piece from strawberry bush and Yaupon
I Dr. Armstrong considers Elf- tt The time to plan propagation the bush notch the top or were used In the background YOUR PERSONAL-'ENVOY OF GOOD ,TASTE. '
[ fel Tower "the most fragrant of a poinsettia plant that otherwise mark It so that It for fruit effect. Southern
( rose we have introduced has a particularly pleasing Is planted right end .up. Since wax myrtle was used as a background
I since Mirandy." It's a fresh. blossoming habit Is when the polnsettlas are reed like and plant and screen. You're Invited to stop, (fn

[exhilarating, "florist shop" current season's bloom has bleed on cutting, they should Small and large native trees and see our display of
[ fragrance, reminiscent"W'ex- Just passed, and the plants be treated like soft-wood cuttings that Dr. McElwee used around / Ambassador cards
I pensive rose perfume, he said. become somewhat bare lookIng his home Include flowering dog new
I Perhaps most outstandingof from loss of, flower heads Rooting will be better If wood devilwood or wild tel You'll find exactly the

( Us.qualities, say Its, orlgl-_ and leaves. This usually happens cuttings are not planted at olive red maple, laurel oak and cord you wont for every
but are stored for several
anytime from mid-Jan southern magnolia.For occasion and you'll enjoy
days In a sheltered placeto
uary to early March. recommendations as to
Pink Leads The most satisfactory meansof cure or harden off the native plants that you can b shopping In the pleasant

HUGE BUDS long, strong stems and a rich fragrance propagation la by rooting Clear building sand and use in your area- Dr McElwee atmosphere of our store.
Color Parade are qualities claimed for the "Eiffel Tower," new pink hybridtea cuttings. The reason this Is Vermiculite are two of the suggests contacting your County ,. a We're looking forward to
rose for 1K4 developed by Armstrong Nurseries.Junior Important Is that all the Individual best planting mediums to use Agricultural Extension Agent b your visit.C' .
For Spring 64 characteristics of the Insert your cuttings at a Your local nurseryman In many j
and even Individual depth that will put three to
will of
plant cases have a selection
A review of the colors for
new four Inches under the surfsce.
branches, from which the cuttings
Spring shows that pink I Is the Woman's Club are taken will be repeated The sand or Vermiculite SHOP TALK
leader, followed closely by lure ;;;1.
and mint. Fashion exactly In every plant should then be kept moist, but When you shop for clothes, ,."" 1/1 CAMERAcJ..LU'LU.u
experts predict that develops from one of not soggy, until sprouting begins keep in mind the facts that they II LCENTER
.r pink trimmed with white To Hear Charm Expert"Creative these cuttings. to Indicate the formationof should fit well and feel comfortrvo. -
as the pacesetter tor Spring.
So make sure that the plant roots. if a skirt I. skintight, It'.
y Gilbert's, The House of 1000 selected for propagation After a few haves forr. not only restraining, but It's nol t 127 S, Tenn Ave Ph. MU 2-0814
hints on charm liam Llnneman. Mrs Katherine -
Fabric. Is showing! their newSpring bloomed at the time you want cuttings can be planted In even fashionable
fabrics In color tables tailored to suit the Junior Hlnson, president will to be In full permanent location., or potted ---
In order that customers can woman" Is the topic of the conduct the business meeting your glory poinsettia instesd of before or for Individual plants to give aoodoooooo[? : : : : ooooooooaoocooaooool7: : :::: : : : [? : [? : J ]
for the Junior Wom Mrs Huntley Rlcker, fine
elect of fabric In the program
any type as gifts
after And, whenever possible
color of her choice. See the an's Club of Lakeland Wednesday arts chairman will announce
displays at your local Oilberg'a at I p.m. at the club final plans for the Fine Arts --- mm .
tore, at 106 E. MAIN ST.IIOW house Mrs. D. R. Malsberg- Tea next Sunday at the clubhouse hot water'shandy.
er, theme chairman will In. from 1 to I o'clock In
A." troduce Mrs. Edith Best, whoIs the afternoon THE TIME IS NOW II.
representing the newly Mrs. Hugh Roberts and her '

opened Philip's Charm School. committee will present the I t 11< J I .... :
:1 A8 '.: Mrs. Best's address will Include slate of officers for the 186465 for Winter Planting of
';A SNApypEAI good grooming and style year. d
: hints for the Junior women's Arrangements will be discussed - - m

.. budget and the correct use of and completed by Mrs AZALEAS CAMELLIAS is
;FROM Cosmetics. Dick Busing for the annual EI
: Following refreshments bridge and style show to be '
.'''itattlma' served by hostesses Mrs. Edward held March 20 at the New 6.12 INCH LINERS The Arlitecret I .f m
the Sevth"SPECIAL
: 7T. \ Frisbee and Mrs. Wil! Civic Center.
: _-_ 7 VARIETIES 30c EA. GROUP" I f dCO
4 for 1.00
ChurchesALL Twe Cel." Ceil, le"40"e
At The e Plenty le I Bud b I''''r.. 1El
a .. a
Ito,. 4.25
SAINTS EPISCOPALSt. terisn Guest Home, 441 S. Gallon Can Size 1.00 Te J.2S 325 d tElla

1 e Monica's chapter of Tennessee Ave. Sulky full ef sal ether sires I
The speaker served on the m
Churchwomen of All 7.95 ;
Episcopal mission field in Korea for a give 2.25 frsm 2.25 te E
Saints' Chureh will meet tomorrow number of years and Is homeon lerter cc la I

at 10 a m. In the furlough. His next mission A PETERSON HAVE YOU SEEN
church lounge. Mrs. Lee Over- station will be the Baraka Hospital .
.bay will give the devotion. In the Holy Land. ORIGINATION OUR HANGING .

The Rev. David C. Kennedywill FIRST BAPTIST Duchess of Cypress BASKETS? IDEAL .
speak on Holy Week at The following Valentine banquets
the Nashotah House. will be held next weekat Long period ef bloom FOR PATIO, PORCHES l I

Hostesses will be Mrs. Arta- First Baptist Church fellowship In a delicate pink color OR FLORIDA .
Jima Haskell. Mrs. Waverly ball: Gallon i 25 .
I Browder and Mrs. Henry Married young people, AdultI Cans I eachI ROOMS
simon snurseries Llpscomb. and Adult II Sunday school
FAITH departments Tuesday 7 p.m.j E3El
BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN Adult III and IV Sunday schooldepartments NOW READY :
Dr. William H. Brownlee, Thursday 6:30p : El
missionary of the Independent .m.; Intermediates, Friday
927 s. new york ave. board for Presbyterian. Foreign 7 pm.; young people, Saturday L AMERICA'S HNISTROSES Ela

838 lake hollingsworthWE Missions, will speak at a meet- 7pm.The when heat it
Ing sponsored by the mission theme will be "Valen- t : you
ttJ.w., GREEN ary society of Filth Bible tlne's Day at Dogpatch. E
GIVE STAMPS Presbyterian Church Tuesdayat E
7-30: p.m. at Bible Presby- The church wlU enter Its : ELECTRICALLYTour E

car AII', All' All' ..%' All' All' so ,., second week of a "Try-Five" 'pi::::- batterbushes E
enlistment campaign Sunday. Select #1 or
The purpose Is to promote en Dr. Huey Your quick-recovery ELECTRIC water E

o Your Garden Needs attendance In Training Union rootstock property potted, In bud or bloom. Over 85 heater it the modern way to get more hot E E

o for five consecutive Sunday varieties available. water, faster. It'i completely automatic,
nights. Last Sunday the attendance E
AND ---. k jumped from 331 to safe and super-fast. E
353. GLAD BULBS And you can put an electric water heater E
GARDEN TOOL SALE I: anywhere in your home, for convenience E

LAWN REQUIREMENTS 1 OPEN 'TIL NINE Mho1. 39-4.... and economy. See your electric dealer about i a

1 lawn Rakes 66c a quick-recovery electric water heater.. a

ARE ALL HERE 1 s.p.rou cat Jy D another way to lire better, electrically I
Ash YourNeighbor Grass Edgers .1.25 l

About Garden Rakes .2.25 CALADIUM BULBS tni
Seeds Flower or
1 Garden Hot 1.95 984...,
Girt $30.00 Installation Allowance During February When You 0E7
Tqitf& lerftr bulbs olio eveilehle
Fertilizers and Plant Foods \ Rd. Pt. Shovel 1.77 From A Flame Type To Electric. ClEl

Bedding Plants $10.00 Installation Allowance If You
During February Replace ElU
Pt. Shovel 1,77
Sq. 69c A Cartons JJ Your Old Electric With A Newer Electric Model.
An Unusual JJ That's right I Your Dept of Electric & Water Utilities will pay you $30.00 'initollo- E1I
APPLIANCES FOR EVERY bon allowance during' February If you replace your old flome-type water heater with a
SelectionTO a new 230-Vdt Automatic Electric Water Heater. Or you can replace your old p
PURPOSE e I electric heater with, a new 30-Volt Automatic Electric Water Heater and receive
: a $10,00 bntollotion allowance.
$4995 0a

f1G a n See your Electric Appliance Dealer, select the die you need He will, tend a tales p
MAKE r 13 certificate to us and Our Customer Service Engineer will check the Installation.
But Always A s Then you will receive' your Installation allowance check by mail, That's oil there Is

SHOPPING STOP IN : to It. Make the change to a New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER In February! 13g
0 $1 Table 13g

Electric & Water Utilities P
An Hie way out I. Mel tohllllm -C 0 o
0 stefi.Tare .ltht l / 225 Avburndals Its' (U.s.92 Lest) CITY OF LAKELAND
Lakeland Cash Feed Co. ) @
.* Lofell_ te enr i,... Phone MU 3-4011 -0 p

'L OH LAKE MIRROR 1SO2 2015 Poe St.

I I. ROSE ST. MU 2-6144 1.dlri.ros.ri.as GIve/ your home a gilt too "lfen"i largest SI.cHea/ ef Qualify Nursery Jfeefc" ElEctRiclrr- ,.

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Lakeland Music CLubs

Music Of American TheaterOn As Useful. As Pins :

I" DEAR POLLY-I ran shortof sleeve and either whip the
Enter Jeanie Contest
Tuesday Night's ProgramThe hooks while hanging come edge (to stitches do not run) I

draperies Ai a make-do until by hand or stitch by machine

I could buy tome, I bent paperclips several times. The hood i II WHITE, SPRINGS iwo

once-a.year evening Mr. Kaplan; "lilt Really prised of James Wellman In the shape of hooki. simple too. Draw the patternso Lakeland music clubs are
of the Tuesday Music Me?" from "110 in the Charlie Mayer John Hamil They worked Just fine and
meeting Shade" solo by Mrs Bebton and Jules Merkel and kept the draperies In place the rlbbipg at the lower sponsoring entries In the 13th

Club will be held this ber; "If I May" from "The dancing girls, Rosemary until I could shop.-HM.T, edge I I. the band around the annual "Jeanie With the Light I' '

week at 8 o'clock Tuesdayat Streets of New York" duet Akey Claire Kummer Carol face (It will need a dart takenat Brown Hair/ auditions to beheld 1

the clubhouse 421 E Park by Mrs Hardin and Mr. Kummer and Jill Ellerson, DEAR POLLY-When I left each tide). Bind the neck at the Stephen Foster 1 1V

StAs Bronson, "Everybody Ought student of Mary Farlday' my car at a garage or service Memorial her
Is the edge with grosgrain ribbon and on Saturday. {
to Have a Maid" from "A Studio of Dance Art. station and had to remove the The Bertha Cole Music Club Y
program will present The i to all from add a button and] loop to fast
Funny Thing Happened toM program open two car keys my chain Is sponsoring the entry of
talented Lakelunder American In theater music on My Way to the For- who enjoy musical comedy, I was always afraid one wouldbe en. A matching hood and mitten Miss Diana Roland of Winter
from the

Mrs Roscoe N. Skipper um," by a male quartet com it was announced. lost Then I hit on the Idea are most attractive. The Haven and the Tuesday Music

is director of music and Mrs. of hooking the keys on a metal top of the hood could be trim Club Is sponsoring Miss Pris-

f Lanier Upshaw is stage di. paper clip one on each end.. med with a pompon, bell or cilia Saleml of Tampa.Announcement ,
This makes a very good temporary .
rector. key "chain." MRS.L. button. Yarn embroidery could of the sponsorship
The program is as follows: by the two Lakeland
D. also be used for trim. Either
Precurtain music a med. music groups was made by
GIRLS-It seems paper clips short sleeved P l w
long or sweater Miss
Thelma Boltin, directorof
ley of show tune by Bill
for thaep.per.POLLY
Crane, accordionist; "Com are good holding more may be so utilized and though special event at the music!

edy Tonight" from "A Fun heavy knit arc especially attractive shrine on the stream Immortalized

ny Thing Happened To Me DEAR tee shirts could be by Foster in his classic w

on My Way to the Forum"by i never POLLY-My liked to take 5yearold medicine used for lightweight sets.- "Way Down Upon the ,;'
a chorus made up of Mr. when he was sick (Polly'snote ANNE Suwannee River the official

Charles MacMillan, Mr. Who does? I made state song of Florida
Howard Bebber Mr. met a clock of cardboard with Share your favorite homemaking Will Win Scholarship

Kohler, Mr. Ben Hardm, Ideas send themto
movable hands. I It
put next of Mr. and Mrs. F. ;J. vanced for .
enough as
Richard Bronson and Richard The winner this year for vocalists
to a running clock and where Polly In CB'e of Tb Ledger
Jones. You'll receive a bright, the first time will receive a Saleml of Tampa. She took to give creditable: radio;;
he could see both of them. I
cash of $1,000 part in auditions the past television or concert perfor
From "Stop The World" scholarship
moved the hands on the card new silver dollar If Polly uses
along with the coveted "Jean- three years and in 1962 was mantes Entries for the 1964
"What Kind of Fool Am I? board clock to the next medi your Idea In Polly' Pointer.
from "Stop the World 1 Wantto cine time. When the ie" title to asiiit in her musical awarded a maid of honor auditions have been received
Get Off by Donald Kaplan hands the two clocks education. In put years scholarship. She is a graduate from.many part of Florida,
on were
soloist; "One Boy" from the he knew It HairdressersPlan the winner has received a of Plant High School in Mine Boltin said
on same spot,
"Bye Bye Birdie" by "The time to call Medicine $500 scholarship from the Tampa and I I. now attendingthe The 1964 audition, to be
was me.
't Highlighters," trio composed is now taken quite willingly Hawaiian Stephen Foster Memorial University of South FlorIda held In the auditorium of the
I senior Her Foster Memorial Carillon Tower .
Commission as a
of Georgia Bowden Gwen The four run- sponsoring
since we make a of it.W .
Nix and Janet Baker and .F.C, game Luau TomorrowA ners-up, who compose the group, the Tuesday Music will be followed the night
directed by Mrs True Burr; winner's court, will continueto Club of Lakeland is headed of Feb. IS with the annual

"Ribbons Down My Back" R DEAR POLLYhave had Hawaiian luau will high. receive $200 scholarships by Mrs. Thorns E. Blount. "Jeanie" ball at which the

from "Hello Dolly" by Patricia the bad habit of nail biting light the observance of National Entries are restricted to The reigning "J e ani. ," winner and her court will be

Sharp soloist and used bright polish nail Beauty Salon Week by those in the 17 to 21 year age Keitha Anne Holz of Miami feted In the Foster Museum

"I've Gotta Grow" from r strengthened, etc., all to no Orange Belt Unit No. 12 of group and whose families are 1* now studying voice in building. The event was Instituted

"Peter Pan" duet by Betty avail. Finally I found a solution the Florida Hairdressers and legal resident of Florida. Vienna Austria, and will be In 1952 by the Step

Morrison and Bill Yates, accompanied w wt.w Since most of the nail Cosmetologists Association Miss Roland Is the daughterof unable to see her successor hen Foster Memorial Corporation

M and directed by biting occurs during periods of Miss Edwina Wright unit Mr. and Mrs Richard D. chosen. However the 1962 of the Florida Federation .

y Mr. Burr; medley from inactivity with my hands president said the event will Roland of Winter Haven but "Jeanie" Rebecca (Becky) of Music Clubs, with

"West Side Story" by Mr. (reading, or watching television be held tomorrow night at will come her for the auditions ;Jenkins of Orlando will\ be present Mrs.._ Leon Whitehurst of

,I Charles Kell and Mr*. Burr ), I make a special pointof 7:30 o'clock In the poolside from Tallahassee where to greet the 1964 entries Brooksville a* president.The .

duo pianists; "Seventy Six wearing a thin pair of old dining room at Holiday Inn she Is a sophomore In Florida and assist in activities Stephen Foster Memorial

I Trombones"and" 'Til There dress gloves at such times. Mayor Harold Grluard will State University The "Jeanie" Ball Set Commission which sponsor

Was You" from "The Music r "' This eliminates the subconscious sign a proclamation namingthis Bertha Cole Music Club which Sponsored by the Stephen the annual event Is a

Man" vocal and trombone habit of chewing my week. Feb. 9-1J a* Na .Is sponsoring her participation Foster Memorial Commission State of Florida agency All

1, solos by the Rev. Whitney Fi nails and leaves my hands free tional Beauty Salon Week at is headed by Mr*. Mary in cooperation with the Florida entries must be sponsored byan

Dough. to attend to any task at hand. the dinner and will speak Anne Campbell as president. Federation of Music Clubs organization affiliated with
"Soon It's Gonna Rain" MRS. P.A. briefly to member and 1M2 Maid Of Honor the colorful event I is open to the Florida Federation of

from "The Fantasticks," duet guests Miss Saleml Is the daugh- young women who have ad Music Clubs.Let's .

by_ Mrs W. R. Sutton and_ DEAR POLLY If your A highlight of the evening

1 child has outgrown: sweater will be the crowning of Mrs
"SOON Irs GONNA RAIN" from the musical comedy make a pair of mittens and Virginia Hendrix a hairdresser

I fit Every "W.ghl'It ; "The Fantasticks" will be sung by Mrs W, R. Sutton and a hood out of it. Chalk a line as queen of National Go To Meeting This Week I ITO.

You Save Donald Kaplan at the once-a-year evening meeting of the across each sleeve In the shape Beauty Salon Week.

Tuesday Music Club on Tuesday at 8 o'clock at the clubhouse, of a mitten so that the rib Hawaiian dances will be

421 E. Park St. All music on the program will be from the bing at the bottom serves as performed by a troupe In na ."YUS vu LAKILAND... lor visitor.ART, ik.lohlnf OUILD, eons end PeSDAY
It e TIMETEMPER American theater. (Ledger photo by Hughes). the wristband. Cut out the tive islander costumes, undo. A"drill MV essence UNIT Mlntlni group with fit* model, end LOYAL. 0"0.11 01' MOOek I
aeoo.noct3'uTrim P" Mnu.n .
oil ptlnllni wiui MIN Cornrllo.MrlMM .1 Lod. O1a Lab.51WANIO
C 'Tltll" CO D sntli M> Bn! Iron 1 30-t.la P.n .t TI. ..r'.. DII...
O Rtf Sp"e Fore... 3740. MM 55fbY..LYdIM. CLU*. I]:1* pm. .,
!i': rdf.MU)Poll 94111,, Mnd tDPMI LAKILAND RtCKIATIOM CLUB lIom M>n Caf.tvrlaHIUtNB
lit 3d "'1. 1740, 0,1. & and 1J. for Minor clUi.ni ol L.Yn.ed end ART GUILD 011
MONEY Widows Assassinated Presidents 0' at R. '' will I ; ( P5101111 s JO i m Mr. Wini>
Of O ahrn Ilu snouplerwllollA.doDrl5. ., Ith/mef' : ;
Tnm gn'1f ,: 11'1It I for ( sod Tom Wtlmi m-
a" sL ..3.0t1.: TYaIW1a ,
rro.tprool .
LW.na Oon,... lunch OON P.lnllnf end di.wlng
IUd lINs i for ....1..1.. advABctd .uirwcoVlM .
With \ MONOAy TbllT".: C'lNW KIWANIt, ..|* .. '
Our :
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Item : M' 4 sew sL Idminbke OP PAILP.OAB arIAN .... .nuts elll||| or pl.Trd.
React In Divers To Sad NewsBy tl55 ., ;.. L :51. dlKh lunrhiHiiiM aNN1{ BAPHACOTT CHAPtl*,
I Ways .
a.l. OeTIMIsTt; ': d.1u.lnll''U'nA": \ *....noon. U Counlrr arm*Club tahlt l OUtw* .UNnD.duA BAUOMT p m >t,horn OP of CON.
Service <-'r.., ""...r.nl H IMrill1llOIS LODO' f\iI. ". l.nd Nnrrt. Chfroltr. Tr.t.
b1w701 f
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hands. been shot seemed tot be .1 f. n' .MlsnClla. Oulldln4 CuHb '::10tr.. ammunksba, IOC/ATION ...._ dl.H dlnoMMl -
JOY MILLERAP holding Behind them he had at the Wash getting better. pas r ; A aw1.M 015 5 .... ..110.. tor -,- Mwtinii .. O
All table, bed and bathroom A.VIrTS AUKILIasy u. m_ ."r.d. a'" Brim ,.... Mr.tc. .rT food. .
linen beaut,fully woshtd and Women's Editor were guests, Miss Clara Harris ington railroad station. She received Then late Friday afternoon he Ina u 5 .... st pNL Sane .11 L1k."LASILANO I

1- Ironed Including honk I.., The wife of an assassinated and her fiance Major Henry the report quietly and asked for his wife. For a longtime Local 11 P5AM
Chenille spreads, woshobl.rugs President, as any other widow Rathbone. hurried to his side she sat beside him, with aL Wrosb oemnunMUbs T.....,. as 4.10 P.M: Lakeside Baptist WMU
Wearing ap must sooner or later pick up Self-consciously Mr.. Lincoln LaKeLae esibo,
For II heartbreaking weeks his arm around her a* his life CLU. T're I
panel' If any, returned the pieces of her shattered whispered to her tall, sad-faced pm 01 L.k.l.nd Wen Club

fresh air dried and world and go on living husband: "What will Miss Har- she nursed him cay and night. drained away.McKinley's CLU'L" K 7 a Pwp LAN. U 0 ..TOAOTMMieear...n.... R.l.u. Organizes Names Heads
folded. Then little more than six' Dot As ,,, tnWn.l.d sae bin, ,
a bier traveled from
The stoic courage of Mrs. rie think of my hanging on to ussLMD ART CLU,, e.Mr col.

t 9 .Ibs. . $1.26 John F Kennedy during the you so?" And Lincoln said withan months after his Inauguration, service at Buffalo to rite in eo Lie.elw bulldlneL' U e 30 Iodvirk a5.. si Airport.d..lnt.'r..11Ia
The Woman' Hightower Miss Lois
Missionary Hensleyand
he died. Sept. 19, 1881.Mr Mts. Naomt ITurr
tragic ordeal of losing and bury affectionate smile, what wereto letrurtor
Additional Ibi. ........ 14c *o. Washington and on to its rest- usaue 5KONANOL clue. Union of the newly-constitut Mrs Harry Gallman
Ing a husband won the nation'sheart. be his last words on earth *. Garfield returned to Ohio 530 em It Ibo 'ad'I srlafsol.
ing place In Canton, Ohio. The L.'LA" IIOT."V CLU.. U la ed Lakeside Baptist Church counselors of the Girls' Auxiliary
1 "She won't think anything about and devoted herself to seeing em a lb. C..... R.tauran1.
But of earlier fallen it." that their children-four boys bereaved widow huddled in the 5NORTNAND CLINIC ".JO LA a 3' has been organized and will ; Mrs R. E. Lazenby Jr,
5m. at ,
spouses tUel55d SWIAN Lealltul
CUNNINGNAMLAUNDRY Chief Executives did not always and a girl-became the upstanding last coach of the special train Id.W'N.d lol be L.YII'.4 rhapl.r: begin holding regular meetings director of Sunbeams; and
She FaintedA swr.tair' 4.leel.tun I
.. In March. Mrs. E. E. Transue Mrs.
show the same remarkable com citizens that would have delighted and prayed that the Lord would .THI.N .n".. LAs5LANS
,4 dlay NL m.uss at 1 The business and Raymond Zogorskl Mrs.
posure and self control. shot rang out. His fingers his heart. They did: take her with her Dearest Love Lf": .' Dse 1.5.01, NJ a. program
will be at 10 the Charles Mee, Mrs. Carl Ford
meeting a.m.
Mary Todd Lincoln for ex ,clasping hers j jerked convulsively James became secretary of the She died six years later and was CIA TO TM5 .
I .ROoseesoosO first Monday of each month. and Mrs. J. E. Hudson counselors -
1141 E. PARKER ST. ample. ly, blood spattered her interior In 1907, Harry was aid to rest beside him at the LOCOMOTIVE, NO/Nssea. I Je Place of the meeting will be of Sunbeams.
She and Abraham Lincoln sat 'dress president of William College, McKinley Memorial.At :DOLD NuoAOeCICLY. j .
:bus/self announced. The various circles Committee chairmen are:
MU 1.1111 close together in the theater box The First Lady' agonized his father' alma mater; Irvingwas the President1 funeral the M.an.lls at n r5.,, In .
5u1141 C1rb within WMU will meet Mrs. Emory S. Ivey, social
that fateful April night In 1865, screams brought attention. Then a successful lawyer; Abram pastor in his address said: trrtanmn5..... .sill, bibs.. AR n'r': ::;
10 0' d., .n." *. every second Monday of each chairman; Mrs. Ralph Ed.
she fainted. a distinguished architect. Mary "The world know that his .'DO.
........nl "i-wasa 'ajar month in the homes of mem wards mission study chairman .
When the President' made a good marriage. whole life had In this one
uncon run Ctrl Costs. wins, rbitora Wbl
bers. woman who Is a Mrs C. B. McGlnnes
1 r scious body was carried to a I For herself to cherish throughthe groove of love. Her smile was .5,4 1s a.mp.w.1NnIAAr IsHod' ;
member of the church will bea publicity chairman; Mrs G.
house across the street and up years was that sentence that more to him than the plaudit LA"'LAND a"IIIN. CLUB. "_
,. member of WMU. P. Anderson state mission
to a back bedroom, she followed President James Garfield had of the multitude and for her MLAMeLANe ART 0L55seli! .mu
Ina ftlM ftt Officers of the new chairman Mrs J. P. Hahn,
1L 30 aA Bin Mary organ. ;
and her hand confided to his diary soon after of
crying wringing greeting his acknowledgment Con.r Inuudtor; 011 os inuns 5141
ization announced home mission chairman Mrs.
Mu. tbrnila were a* ;
MON st 55 .
Throughout the she would the inauguration: "Crete grows wait"Bachelor
must .
them 01111 III. .atl "'.11 01eN. eli 1NInM follows J, B. Folds, chairmen

approach his bedside and cover 1 nn in every emergency with fine Ina from 7 b 10Nprm... 1A..Io, Ysl program
I HolderalJHS Mrs. J. K. McDanlel president Mrs. 0. R. Harrell, enlistment
his face with kisses, only to be icia'dfa; taste" lOs =. ..r.::.oroul15; 1t3,035 ;
p, .U s1. ad..IDIaW.::::. 'hUdln. ; Mrs. George R. Tuttle chairman; and Mrs.

overcome with hysterical grief. Mr*. McKinley DesolateThe I / Enters agdY: ,k"IW! ?"*"'* OLU', *". vice president; Mrs. Oma Harrell Mrs. G. V. Tucker
He died the next morning.For

the next five weeks the other First Lady to be I Pudding RecipeIn eV.J 7Nr.* %..sa.. .vMsJ&v.v T Crouch Bent,secretary treasurer; ;Mrs Mrs John J. nominating and Mrs. Folds committee.members of
Sum HI M
rief stricken widow the most widowed by assassination was 'nonir I.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION O* A5- E. Daniels, pianist; Mrs. G. Circle chairmen are Mrs
unpopular President'* wife In auburn-haired Ida Saxon Me- Cook ContestA TIKIB AND VU'""M IIAItWAV
SMliLOVlt. pot link .. noon arise V, Tucker chorister; Mrs D. J. T Harper, Mrs. M C. HoiIn -
U.S. history clayed in the White Kinley coddled all her married co...... duo >nd i.hlf' ..r,us.TNLiOns .
J. O'Conner director of the Mrs. R L. Thompson Jr.
House too broken In mind and life doting husband. The combination magician ..
by a LA".L. CLUB >t 11.IIm
Girls' Mrs. R. L. and Mrs Pearl Gilbert.
1 Th. Cadet fl .l '
about her little girls our nl
spirit to think facing a deaths of two hypnotist mentalist. cartoonist ----------

l old, disapproving world and ahost and her mother all in the first and story writer who hope t. tea as eas etas ttasi sae ass its star as seta eta sa .r
Over a cup of tea Bill Atkinson has been of Importunate creditors.But five years of marriage turned
go she finally did, stripping her into an invalid subject to to win more than $10,000 in
designing again good. fortune that the cup. the White House of her epileptic seizures.William prize, elected to try his handat I I

Itself was Delftl' clothes, Jewels and gifts,. and McKinley was eternally cooking by entering the

Packed among the precious shipping them to Chicago for thoughtful and loving, and Fifth All- lorida Orange Dessert -

sale at auction. she in turn referred to him in Contest it was announcedby : 8/alr G/att&wt

'(possessions of the early Dutch settlers, Delfti For the next 17 year., until her diary a* "My Dearest. the Florida Citrus Com :

has long been part of our American heritage.) she died in a little upstairs When he was shot at a recep mission. I
room In the same Springfield tion at the Pan-
Perhaps It Is because It has a satisfying way of 111.. house from which she had In Buffalo N.Y on The versatile bachelor I II I I

being both useful and beautiful. Each piece Is been married, she existed In an Sept. 6. 1901. McKinley' first Marc Owen of 1132 Euclid Avenue

illusory world of sorrow sick- thought was of her. He cautioned Miami Beach. He has per I

hand-painted then fired In wondrous shadesof nest and wild hallucinations, his secretary: "My wife-be formed a* a magician under CLIP n' SAVE

blue, and It Is for this appealing color that tormented continually by fears careful. Cortelyou how you tell the name of the Amazing ;
of and assassinations her. Oh, be c.refut"Seemed I ;
Delft Is world reknown poverty Maurice He also dabble \In :
Mrs. Garfield Brave T
To Recover ceramic.
'I. There Is something': Lucretia Rudolph Garfield Mr. Owen submitted a recipefor I
her husband She was napping at the
called Crete by
rice dessert. Asked
'aboutthisbeautifulblueandflax Is natural pudding
that a withheld from
I stuff and the new was
was made of sterner why he selected this particular
go-\og.th.r.andthe hand-painted Delft patternhad She 'was in Elberon, N.J., her for hour until her doctor she recipe to enter In the Contest, I I It
I for the President to join I was on hand Report say .1
waiting he laid: "Wait until you tasteIt
to be on the finest cotton lawn. Cloth and affected
vacationwhen considerably
her for a seashore was and you'll agree that it'* I
I clothes alike are steeped In craftsmanship and the news was brought that During the week McKinley a winner."

I I from Tulip Skirt to an Heirloom Shirt you will ,I About women he had this to I .
I say:
I find each piece a collector's Item In Mf Arrive' from Denmark "I love to cook and get a big

bang when I hear women com

plain how they sweated and II

TEAKWOOD FURNITUREFOR slaved In the hot kitchen all II

day. I can knock out a wholesome

'i The Delft Collectionexclusively BETTER Alto FLORIDA LIVING cussing meal, sweating In minute or swaying without"

The big Contest, which close

Horns Accsuorlt midnight, Feb. 15, U open to
Pendant Lamps any resident of Florida who I REVIVE THE CHARM of the Gibson Girl era with this softly sideswept

at the GrtM Stainless Steal l and Swedish Crystal has passed his or her 17th hairstyle Set hair as shown using I soft, wide pincurls set clockwise or the ,

OIL PAINTINGS FROM SPAIN birthday. The Grand Final, I right side. Large size rollers go on the top and crown. The back is set in verti.

Judged by five nationally. col rows of alternating curls. The left side is set counterclockwise To comb '

aim MORktlL ORIGINALS) known food expert, will be I Bock comb right side, crown and top. Brush hair from the right side back:
conducted the Florida Cit
and around to the left keeping nape hairs going upward Feather comb left
0L rut Commission in Winter side and brush softly bock. Smooth top to brush toward left side '
Haven. April 23-24. ,
3niun hz JpaIi A person may submit any I :he brow line and fanning away to produce a soft and feminine. wove Hair,

number of recipes and they should be two to three inches long at sides and crown and taper to one '

4 219 .. lemon lakeland IDS Wilt Oak Drive MU 2-5987 should be mailed to Orange I a half Inches at the nape. Hint: At bedtime wrapping the head in icStet

Dessert Contest Box 148, Lake- tissue ond then a loosely tied hair net will keep this style for many a day

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The White House?
": ._ L -- ,, ra: In SOPRANO ADVISES:

By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP After Margaret Truman left suitably modest and unsophisticated

YY I ,, Newsfeatures Writer the White House, she wrote that for adolescent who do not Make The Most Of Height I

Since there Is a switchboard her opportunities for romance drink cocktail Being the eldest

at the White House. It will be were often thwarted by the long and the nation' moat prominent NEW YORK-
k tlrlL"+ possible to jet phone calls and shadows her own of the suspicions secret service of sin teen-ager Lynda Bird bal often children In her neighborhoodpoint smile Instead of hunching your <4 ted her stand up straight She

a through to the President of the cerity. Now the wife of New been called upon to preside at at her when she walk shoulder and skulking Into the also i I was enrolled in acrobatic

United States, even though he York Times executive Clifton youthful social function down the street And, at children classroom. Whatever you do, i I and ballroom dancing classes
does have two lively teen-sge Daniels, Mils Truman was born A small country school In often do, they call her don't slouch." I and other lesson that helped develop .

daughters to career politician Harry Tru- Johnson City, Tex. served their names. Their favorite I II Lady She laughingly revealed that'' grace.
Six-year-old Caroline who lived man who, like the Johnson girls' educational need while Giant but their tones when they her mother' sharp knuckle be But those lesson helped little .
there before the death of her father, inherited the Presidency growing shout after -foot, mezzo soprano -+ I when she discovered beds In
beloved Daddy, President John in the wake of a national trag. op In their home state In Washington Elinor Parker... not I Germany, for example, were too
F Kennedy, was too young for edy-In this instance the deathof Lucy Baines still attend malicious In return she greets ,ve ?+ II short for her. She solve this
telephones,hep talk, and beaux. Franklin Delano Roosevelt The National Cathedral School, them with a friendly smile. r I I'I predicament while touring by
But these conditions of adolescence However, until she became Interested an Episcopal\ private school I As a young girl growing up putting the mattress on the floor
are sure to move into the In the performing art, which her sister also attended In California, Miss Parker was A tall girl needs to be Inventive
historic Pennsylvania Avenue Margaret, an only child born far from sunny about her ,
residence along with the high- tendedto before enrolling In University In too.Shop
late in her parent* life, height following a summer CarefullyIf
spirited daughter of President be shy of the public like her of Texas, which she grew six Inches while you are looking for styles
Lyndon Johnson Lynda Bird, 19, diffident mother, Bess Truman. A Lady Lawyer her high school classmates that cut height but flatter, Miss
and Lucy Balnej. 16. Thus the Lynda Bird and Lucy Balms, seemed to shrink. Parker suggest you shop for
hallowed halls are certain to on the other hand, are outgoing, "Lynda Bird should have beena She Suffered"I dresses. and suit with peplumsor
echo with merriment and youth public relations-conscious byproducts lawyer," Mrs. Johnson said was all arms and feet and with broad diagonal stripes.

: ful exuberance of a politically astute of her daughter during the Presidential legs," she said while stopping Big collars, big cuffs and chunky
ip New The Shadows father and a mother who I II f too campaign. "She can talk here en route to Italy for an Jewelry also are illusory
a highly skilled campaigner and out of into operatic season "I suffered and However, she abhors the flat
you anything or
Yet in their new roles as any.
an excellent business woman. I sympathize with girls who shoes, no hats or no elaborate
"First Family, the two thing.
In Interviews the ladle ..
young tower over their friends w r hair style! routine that most
will leave behind them much of are self-assured forthright enthusiastic Obviously Lynda never takes "Keep your sense of humor, tall women adopt In an effort to
: t the freedom they enjoyed in Lee and typical of all advantage of her talent, or her or develop one, when those In ; fool themselves Into thinking
Ones, the huge mansion for- J
merly owned by Washington'sfamed American teen-ager Lynda is mother's tendency to be Indulgent -the school halls,make some cutting they are really petites
hostess, Perle Mesta likely to Interrupt a telephone "Mother never tells us quip," she says "I soon "If you are tall, act tall" she
Secret Service men never accompanied Interview with an admonition to when to be In, Just leave it to learned that often they made remarks advises. "High heels make the
4 them on their dates her younger sister to "Get off our own judgment. How can you trying. to be clever or ELINOR PARKER "When legs' look prettier and what man
although Lynda Bird has 'Jested the extension" please. Fm using break faith with a woman who cute. They really didn't Intendto loot 9 in heel, you learn to doesn't like to look at pretty
this. Lucy, like many teenagers "
does that? hurt. laugh at Jibes"The : legs?
that "Daddy sometimes threatens
loves the phone.Seldom The older daughter
sums up
to send one along
No* "Daddy" has no choice. See Parent the family traits this way:
Lake Wales/ Clubs Slate II
The ubiquitous secret service Mr*. Johnson tries not to lethe t "Daddy, Lucy and I are outgoing Meetings
will be a discreet but short girl believe they are Important and get all upset. But
MRS. ROGER FREEMANFreemanCostine distance away when Lynda's because their father I* a mother Is reserved" LAKE WALE -Red Cross meeting will convene at the First Methodist Church.
Finally she her mother and Red 2 in the Woman's Club The dinner which havean
fiance, Ens. Bernard Rosebach public figure. To the contrary, pays classes In First Aid p.m will
comes to call, "or when any the sisters once decried they'the highest accolade In teen Cross Orientation will be avail- building, with Mrs. Frank J, Oriental theme, Is open to
young swain makes his way to are "deprh/IIeged children" because age jargon. "She never get off able, beginning Tuesday. Interested Miller presiding Hostesseswill the public Tickets are available .
the White House door to Day they so seldom see theli; :[ the cube." (That mean she persona are requested be Mrs. Edwin C. Olson, from AAUW member,
court to.her sister, Madonna- peripatetic parents. Almost in I stay cool, man, real cool.) to contact Miss Hilda Mer* Mrs. O. T. Bryan, Mrs. S. D.
like Lucy Balnei. the same breath they forgive rlman In the Red Cross office, Gooch Jr., Mrs. R. W. Stude-
Miss Sue Coitlne Private and Mn. Freemanare
daughterof 2-7501. baker and Mrs. J. S. White-
Mr. and Mrs. E: L. Cos. members of Victory Bap- Dated Texans them"Although for their we busyness don't always Youth Fair HOSPITAL AIDES hurst. I Franciscan

tine, Route (, became the tist Church where she Is DAR
a Because she has never been have physical togetherness, we The luncheon business meet-
bride Of Pvt. Roger Freeman, Junior high class teacher and sure of the sincerity of Washing. have moral togetherness" Lynda March 19-20 ing of the Lake Wales Hospital The annual luncheon meet.
son of the Rev. and Mrs. John soloist He was song director ton suitors, Lynda Bird has preferred Bird once analyzed their Volunteer Aides will be ing of the Daughters of the whitestone ware
Freeman of Bryson City, N. there before entering the to date Texas lads, and family relationship, "Lucy and At BartowBARTOW Tuesday at 12:30: p.m. at the American Revolution will beheld
C., Friday night at Victory Army. eventually agreed to marry one. I know, whether Mother Is withus Highlander Restaurant.COMMUNITY at the Plantation Inn tomorrow
Baptist Church. The couple will live in Alexandria Rosebach Is from Comfort, or not she's thinking aboutus The annual CONCERTThe at 1 p.m., with Mrs
The Rev. C. O. Bray per. Va. He Is stationed Texas, and Lynda now attendsthe And sometimes when she's Polk County Youth Fair will Lake Wales Community O. T, Bryan regent, presid
formed the ceremony.The at Ft. Belvolr.Sunset. University of Texas. away, I go Into her room and be held March 19.20 at the Concert Association will present ing.
bride wore a street A year and a half ago the smell her perfume and feel her Bartow Livestock Pavilion. Ruth Page' Chicago Opera Mrs J. W Swanson of Fort
length white silk brocadedcoat older girl complained that young presence... Any boy or girl who i I. a Ballet tomorrow night at Worth Texas, state chair l
dress and an orchid cor OES men whom she did not know bona fide member of 4H, 8-11: o'clock In the high school man of the DAR school committee
sage. asked her for date only because Casual Attire Future Homemakers of America auditorium. The company of, will present the program
Mrs.; Ronald C. Harrell\ was they thought it would be Until they came to Washingtonthe or Future Farmers of 50, Including orchestra, will Her subject will be
he/ sister's only attendant. She To Install quite a social coup to go out daughters lived In shirt, America may participate, present repertory favorites the Tamassee DAR School In
wore a pink linen dress and a with the Vice President' daugh shorts and loafers, comfortableand rules state. and selections from classic South Carolina.
pink carnation corsage. OfficersHIGHLAND ter. "I don't want to be a parasite appropriate to the casual Rules and regulations for master of the 19th century, Hostesses will be Mrs. H.
Mr. Harrell was best man. on my father's name" she life on the famed 400-acre LBJ entering the girls' division of MUSIC CLUB s. Norman, Mrs. Gerald
Mrs. Freeman 4s a 1982 sighed. With her father in the ranch where many international the Youth Fair are available The Junior Music Club will Pierce, Mrs. Buford Gum,
graduate of Kathleen High CITY Sunset White House date with Lucy dignitaries have barbecued beefsteaks from the Polk County Home present the program, "Our Mrs B. K. Bullard, Mrs T,
School where she was a member Chapter No. 231. Order of the Baines will be even more prestigious under the sprawling trees. Demonstration Office P. O. Patriotic Heritage" at the L. Wetmore Miss Olive cloud nine
of the choir and Future Eastern Star, officers were Installed among the Capitol's When their father became Vice Box 1049 Bartow, Fla., 33830. meeting Thursday of the Lake White and Mrs. Clarence A.
Homemakers of America and last night at Highland young eligible, and she shares President of the United State, Official entry blanks may be Wales Music Club. Mrs. How Smith. Out.of-thla world design In
Future Teachers of America.She City Masonic Temple. her sister' eagerness to be both went shopping for long din obtained from teachers, county and Kline Junior club coun- NARCE heavenly whit that' perfect
Is employed by The Led Officers were installed as liked for herself alone. nor gowns and cocktail dresses agent or 4H Club leaders selor, will be in charge of the The National Association for any setting. In easy-car
follows: Mrs. Jewel Collier. it was announced program. of Retired Civil Employees Whltestone Ware by Franciscan
ger.The bridegroom was grad worthy matron; Henry Carlton *' will meet Wednesday at 1 a household word for the
uated from Swain High SchoolIn worthy patron; Mrs. Evelyn p.m. in the Florida Power beautiful best In dlnnerwsre.
Bryson City in 1959 wherehe Simmons, associate ma- ReynodsSeuisAnnouncement / Home Service Center. A cowered
was vice president of the tron; Norman Dickinson, associate n dish luncheon will be 16 pc let for four ...." 9,95
senior class, president of the patron; Mrs. Dorothy served. All civil service retirees -
41 let for eight ,..,.29.9
Dramatics Club, sentinel of Kersey, secretary: Mrs. Chris- has been In the area are welcome pc.
Future Farmers of Americaand tene Coker treasurer; Mrs. made of the engagement of to attend.
" Wander Ward, conductress; r AAUW NICODEMUSJEWELRY
a senior superlative. Miss Barbara Ann Reynoldsand
Mrs. Margaret Mulford, associate A2C. Roger Lee Seuls The dinner meeting of the

WorkTo conductress; Mrs. Ola .P a by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. American Association of University CO.
Blanche Carlton, chaplain:; Mrs. Dickinson s 6 6r Lonnie M. Reynolds 410 W. 'Mr Women scheduled for OPEN mi. MITES 'TIL f

marshal. Hunter St. He Is the son of Mr. tomorrow night has been
124 S. Ave. MU 26354Madge's
Address Mrs. Jean Cooper, organist; and Mrs. Roy C. Seine of Bar- postponed. It will be held Ky.
Mrs. Helen Brown, Adah; Mrs. tow. Tuesday night. Feb. 18. at

destine Bowen, Ruth; Mrs. Wedding plans will be an
Sorosis Club Sibyl Roberts, Esther; Mrs. nounced.A .

Oliva Skeen, Martha; Mrs senior at Lakeland High

Mrs. Blanche Work, newly Inet McMillian, Elects; Mrs. School, Miss Reynolds Is a I IltC.
appointed Supervisor of Registration George Malloy, warder; and member of the DCT Club. She ,
for Polk County, will Cecil Polllck sentinel. Is employed in the credit department
speak at the Sorosis Club Installing officers were Mrs. at MontgomeryWard. ,
luncheon meeting Thursday at Kathryn demons, Mrs. Jane .
12:15 p.m. at the clubhouse, Black, Mn. Eunice Stoat, Mrs. Airman Seuls was graduatedfrom 127 S. Kentucky
(0 Lake Morton Drive. William E. Simons Jr. Mrs. Bartow High School In

Her topic will be "WomenIn Quincy Malloy and- Gerald. I'M where he was a memberof i 1 downtownRomance
Politics." She will explainthe the senior clan play. He is 1 '
reason for the new precinct Hatch.WINTER stationed at Egllit Air Force a L :\!
set-up and the re-regia I Base, Fort Walton Beach, as \
tration of voters now in prog- an airborne radio technician. MISS BARBARA REYNOLDS .

ress. Mrs. Work is a life kMLUCY f XUMt-Kueff--MttttitSM.. .KitPVeSK, l 11'&U&V ...: -., "/.%>
member of Sorosis Club and HAVENWINTER ., jESFdP.
Is current president of the ,
Lakeland Business and Pro- HAVEN Mrs.

fessional Women's Club. Clay Orchard and daughter,
Luncheon Guests. Carol Sue of London England -

Guests at the luncheon will have been visiting Mrs. fJ) 91lDJJJ (lid? @@ .
be the newly elected members Orchard's parents, Mr. and
of the Lakeland city com Mrs. Ernest Bryson at their '
mission. Mrs. William C. home on Farnoi Street Miss Hair j I

Searl Peterson Jr. and W J. (Pete) University Orchard is a IndianapolisMr. student at .Butler Coloring Greatly 1 .:'j :

A program of love songs In and Mrs John Carlth- Improved Process NowBy heft GarmtnfMefftpreefttf
Valentine's Day .. SAVE !
observance. of r* are the house .aguests nf
presemea mr.. .i tiiM Elsie
Will be oy the letter's
JOSEPHINE LOWMAN off on the pillow and on hair Mildew Prefecfir/
Frank Cole contralto and In Winter Haven for Specials For
Murphy, Today most women take brushes. That Is a thing of
i ir
Mrs. Charles B. Kelly, pianist. a few weeks Mr. Carlthersis with 0r Mon.Tuei.WedFeb. f':1i71
hair for the
coloring granted Just past.
Mrs John H. Caldwell, club and attended the
chaplain will give the Invo- Palm a golf Beach pro PGA Tourna a. they do the use of lipstick SemiPermanentThen Odorless" Dry (leaning 101112 f
cation. The hostesses will be ment. or eye makeup. All of the there to the temperm.nent !- :
product and technique concerned coloring Job which
Introduced by Mrs. T. L. Hod- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tharp
with their coloring lasts through several sham
son, public affairs chairman. and son Billy, have as houseguest 3 SUITS DRESSES
They are Mrs. Roscoe McLaln, ,, Mr. and Mrs. Frank have been so greatly Improved poos. They wear off gradual or
that no need hesitate ly. You use the color again
Mrs. Marvin H. Brooks Jr.. Mann of Paris, III. The Mann'sare
Mrs Edd Dean. about changing the color of when it fades, but do not haveto CLEANED b PRESSED I
Mrs. Caldwell. here for a week's vacation -
Mrs. L. Guerry Dobbins, Mrs. her hair, or covering her gray retouch the roots. / '
Mrs. visit.Relatives half if she wishes to do so. I Next we have permanent
S. Scott Kelly, Peyton Vie"Mr.
know of field In the coloring Many women thinkof 29
C. Montgomery Mrs. Earl and Mrs. E. M. Norris no cosmetics S
world which has made these as dyes, which they
O. Parish
Norton Mrs. G. and their nephew and niece,
Mrs. Edwin Spencer, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clark A. Counter greater strides toward perfection are although they are more 4y 1 1: i
than this usually called "tints" today. j1 t
one. PLAIN
Avery Thomas, Mrs. A. J. are entertaining Mrs. Norris -
Trueblood and Mrs Work. sister, Mrs. Howard C. Every year more and more Do not let this confuse you. PLEASE
[ Session Ala. women change the shade of A tint Is a dye. You have a
Business Elliott of Birmingham
their tresses; therefore, many large choice of colors hers SAVE $1.00
Mrs. W L. Jackson, president Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Straightare
'of you will be interested in a and your new shade can look
11 a.m. two
will conduct the planning to spend
short review of the different entirely natural.
business session. Delegates to months in Winter Haven on
I the Florida Federation of a vacation from their hometown categories of hair coloring Bleaches or "hair lighten. 1 HOUR SERVICE
in Temporary Rinses ers" do just what they say.
I convention
Women's Clubs of Philadelphia.
First there the They lighten the hair by MONDAY thru FRIDAY
are temper
1 Jacksonville and members of Mr. and Mrs. Don Klein of
last lightening or removing the 8:00 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M.
a nominating committee will Three Rivers Mich., are returning ary rinses. These Just ,
I be elected. to their home following until the next shampoo when color from the natural pig SATURDAY 8 TILL 12 NOON \ \
they wash out Some of them ment.
will be givenby a vacation visit as the .
I The devotion .
I Mrs. Arthur S. Emig. house guests. of Mr. and Mrs. are most effective and natural When using a permanent or YOUNG AND KAKISlf for Spring .
I Reservations for the luncheon David Smith In Winter Haven. looking. They are used to add semi-permanent color (eitherat our Norfolk jacketed suit with removable
I be made by contacting New Residents highlights to the hair and to home or at a salon) have a necktie. All of striped and plain sharkskin -

I Mrs.may J. O. Springer, telephone A retired couple have moved cover or blend gray hair. If patch test first to discover \ One HOURmpKnniw (50% Arnel, 50% Cotton). The
I 6S6-5926. from their former home you have quite a lot of gray whether or not you are allergic jacket and skirt seal are taffeta lined.
state of New York to make you will have to choose a to the product. If you
their permanent residence. darker shade than if you have are coloring your hair at Amber Green,Beige I \
Sisters Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham- only slightly gray hair. Other. home follow the directions on Sues 5-15 $25.95rI'
Pythian mond formerly lived in Well., wise, the most nattering the bottle, box or leaflet, con. ;
Set District Meet N. Y., and are residing In the shade will be one a little light cerning the test \
northwest section of Winter er than your natural color. If you would like to have DRY lEpilipGGrove
Mrs. Lamar M. Johnson Haven. A rinse which is too dark is my leaflet "Your Crowning the most in

Pierce, district deputy. will Mr. and Mrs. Frank Costlne aging.. This is one reason Glory" send a stamped, self-
make her official visit to of Clinton, Ohio have returned why permanent color Is better addressed envelope with your
No. ;
Pythian Sisters Temple for their second wintersel.on once your hair has a lot of request for It to Josephine Park jl P
48 when It Is host to a district In Winter Haven. gray in it. You can select a Lowman In care of The Led Shopping Center
at 8 m
Tuesday p rn
beautiful shade
933 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harbor lighter more ger.Tomorrow
the Country Day School are returning to their homein However, you can use rinses : "Did Your Dress u.s. Hw,. 98, South Phone 82-9185
';. Lemon Street. Ind. after visiting for I long time with success Shrink? Step On Scale and "' I
All Sisters are in- Gary. ''' 7. ." l'J
Vited. Pythian Mr and Mrs. L.H. Snell. Years ago these used to come See." fc 'I "w .F .j TtT' >f'l _




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1C LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. t, IM4

I Music Of American TheaterOn C POLLY'S As POINTERS Useful As PinsDEAR Lakeland Music Clubs

POLLY-I ran shortof sleeve and either whip the

Tuesday Niaht's ProarnmC hooks while hanging some edges (so stitches do not run) Enter 'Jeanie Contest ,

draperies. As a make-do until by hand stitch
--, # -- -- or by machine

The once-i-year evening Mr. Kaplan, "Is 0 It Really priced of James Wellman I clips could in buy the some shape I bent of hooks paper several times The hood Is WHITE SPRINGS Two

meeting of the Tuesday Mu. Me?" from "110 in the Charlie Mayer John Hamil They worked just fine and simple too Draw the pattern Lakeland music clubs are -1'

sic Club will be held this Shade" solo by Mrs Bebton and Jules Merkel and kept the draperies In place so the ribblpg at the lower sponsoring entries in the 13th

week at 8 o'clock Tuesday ber; "If I May" from "The dancing girls Rosemary until I could shop.-HMT. edge Is the band around the annual "Jeanle With the Light

at the clubhouse. 421 E. Park Streets of New York," duet Akey Claire Kummer Carol face (It will need a dart taken Brown HalJ:" auditions tu be _
St. by Mrs Hardin and Mr. Kummer and Jill Ellerson, DEAR POLLY-When I left
at each side .
Bronson ) Bind the neck held at the Stephen Foster
: "Everybody Ought students of
Mary Farlday'sStudio
As Is customary the evening my car at a garage or service
will present to Have I Maid" from "A of Dance Arts. station and had to remove the! edge with grosgraln ribbon and Memorial here on Saturday.
talented Lakelanders in music Funny Thing Happened to The program is open to all two car keys from my chain add a button and loop to fast The Bertha Cole Music Club

from the American thea. Me on My Way to the Forum who enjoy musical comedy, I was always afraid one wouldbe en. A matching hood and mittens Miss Is sponsoring the entry of _

ter. Mrs Roscoe N. Skipper ," by a male quartet cornit was announced. lost. Then I hit on the idea are most attractive The Haven Diana and the Roland Tuesday of Winter Music

is director of music and Mrs of hooking the keys on a metal top of the hood could be trim- Club is sponsoring Miss Priscilla -
Lanier Upshaw II stage director paper clip one on each end
L_ This makes a very good temporary med with a pompon, bell or Salemi of Tampa.Announcement .

The program Is as follows: key "chain." MRS.L. button Yarn embroidery could of the sponsorships

Precurtiin music a medley D. also be used for trim Either by the two Lakeland
music groups! was made by
of show tunes by Bill GIRLS-It seems paper clips long or short sleeved sweaters Miss Thelma; Boltin directorof
are good for holding thee
accordionist "Com more
; be so utilized and
may though special events at the music
edy Tonight" from "A Fun. paper. heavy knits are especially at shrine on the stream Immortalized .
ny Thing Happened To Me -i tractive tee shirts could be
T DEAR by Foster In his classic
on My Way to the Forum"by POLLY-My 5yearold -
used for lightweight sets.
"Way Down Upon the
never liked to take medicine .t
: a chorus made up of Mrs. ANNE. Suwannee "
River the official -
Charles MacMillan Mrs when he was sick (Poily'snote

Howard Bebber Mrs Inez : Who does?) so I made state song of Florida MISS PR1SCILLA SALEMI MISS DIANA ROLAND !
Kohler, Mrs. Ben Hardin a clock of cardboard with Share your favorite homemaking Will Win Scholarship
Richard Bronson and Richard movable hands I put It nextto Ideas send them
Jones a running clock and where to Polly In care of The Ledger The winner this year for ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.Saleml vanced for enough as vocalists

From "Stop The World" ,he could see both of them. I You'll receive a bright the first time will receive a of Tampa. She took to give creditable radio,

What Kind of Fool Am I?' moved the hinds on the card new silver dollar If Polly uses cash scholarship of $1,000 part in auditions the past television or concert perfor
from "Stop the World I Wantto board clock to the next medi your Idea In Polly's Pointer along with the coveted "Jean- three years and in 1962 was mances. Entries for the 1964
cine-taking time When the ie" title to assist in her musical awarded a maid of* honor auditions have been received
Get Off by Donald Kaplan
soloist; "One Boy" from hands on the two clocks were education. In past years, scholarship She II a graduate from many parts of Florida
"Bye Bye Birdie" by "The on the same spot he knew It HairdressersPlan the winner his received a of Plant High School In Miss Boltin said!

'I Highlighters," trio composedof was time to call me. Medicine $500 scholarship from the Tampa and Is now attending The 1964 auditions, to be
Georgia Bowden. Gwen is now taken quite willingly Hawaiian Stephen Foster Memorial the University of South Florida held in the auditorium of the

Nix and Janet Baker and since we make a game of it. Commission. The four run- as a senior. Her sponsoring Foster Memorial Carillon Tower -

directed by Mrs True Burr, -W.F.C. Luau TomorrowA ners-up, who compose the group, the Tuesday Music will be followed the nightof
winner's will continueto Club of Lakeland Is headed
"Ribbons Down My Back" court Feb. 15 with the annual
from "Hello Dolly" by Patricia DEAR POLLY- have had Hawaiian luau will high receive $200 scholarships. by Mrs. Thomas E. Blount. "Jeanle" ball, at which the
Sharp soloist the bad habit of nail biting light the observance of National Entries are restricted to The reigning ".teanle ," winner and her court will be

"I've Gotta Grow" from and used bright polish nail Beauty Salon Week by those in the 17 to 21 year age Keiths Anne Holz of Miami, feted In the Foster Museum

"Peter Pan" duet by Betty strengthened etc., all to no Orange Belt Unit No 12 of group and whose families are is now studying voice In building. The event was instituted -
Morrison and Bill Yates accompanied avail Finally I found a solution the Florida Hairdressers and legal residents of Florida Vienna Austria and will be in 1952 by the Stephen
and directed by Since most of the nail Cosmetologists Association. Miss Roland is the daughter unable to see her successor Foster Memorial Corporation 01

< Mrs. Burr, medley from biting occurs during periods of Miss Edwina Wright unit of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. chosen. However the 1962 of the Florida Federation tI
"West Side Story" by Mrs. inactivity with my hands president said the event will Roland of Winter Hiven, but "Jeanle" Rebecca (Becky) of Music Clubs with bl

Charles Kelts and Mrs Burr (reading or watching television be held tomorrow night at will come here for the auditions Jenkins of Orlando will be present Mra.._ Leon Whitehurst of 5.

duo pianists; "Seventy Six ), I make a special pointof 7:30: o'clock in the poolside from Tallahassee where to greet the 1964 entries Brooksville as president.The p,
Trombones" and 'Til There wearing a thin pair of old dining room at Holiday Inn. she is a sophomore In Florida and assist In activities Stephen Foster Memorial C

Was You" from "The Music dress gloves at such times Mayor Harold Grlzzard will State University The "Jeanle" Ball Set Commission, which sponsors B.
Man" vocal and trombone jrF This eliminates the subconscious sign a proclamation naming Bertha Cole Music Club which Sponsored by the Stephen the annual event, Is a

solos by the Rev. Whitney habit of chewing my this week. Feb. 9-15 as National .Is sponsoring her participation Foster Memorial Commission State of Florida agency All fo
Dough. nails and leaves my hands free Beauty Salon Week at is headed by Mrs. Mary in cooperation with the Florida entries must be sponsored by

"Soon It's Gonna Rain" to attend to any task at hand. the dinner and will speak Anne Campbell as president. Federation of Music Clubs an organization affiliated with Ic'Cl,
from "The Fantasticks" duet -MRS. PA. briefly to members- and IN2 Maid Of Honor the colorful event is open to the Florida Federation of ,

by Mrs. W R. Sutton and guests Miss Saleml is the daugh- young women who have ad. Music Clubs.Let's ISI
.. .
DEAR POLLY If your A highlight of the evening

"SOON irs GONNA RAIN" from the musical comedy child has outgrown: sweater will be the crowning of Mrs. he

In Every "Weigh" "The Fantasticks" will be sung by Mrs. W, R, Sutton and make a pair of mittens and Virginia Hendrix a hairdresser WI
You Save Donald Kaplan at the once'a.year evening meeting of the across a hood each out of sleeve It. Chalk in the shape line Beauty,Salon as queen Week.of National Go To Meeting This Week IpsOaY I IOOSt I phSr<

Music Club
Tuesday on Tuesday at I o'clock at the clubhouse, of a mitten so that the rib- Hawaiian dances will be
421 E. Park St. All music on the will be from the
TIMETEMPER program bing at the bottom serves as performed by a troupe in native TODAY LAII.LAND "oT GUILD, opts,
American theater (Ledger photo by Hughes). the wristbind Cut out theIvut islander costumes U e. LasT .....". UNIT* tiou. fOr Tlllton, nktlohlnv. and
painuni iron* vim moooli l and 0.0. OF :. e Sc'be
ft"WWOITpOSMUl, Tn,, sent 0 taP Tfl oil... .ptlnUnt... ; its .flM .. Cornell pm.er"zn:'._ Lad.. sail sa.MWANIS .
0.5 7 tutu, a,':"Oor nneo i1 33C1J, :.:'4 ..,10." ItUdl.gram 7.;JO-f 10 p.m. .l Tie r.r., ..
353 Dci'df.Mu ),Pnlin naiu I 1f..4rP{.' .r':I'1, LAK.LAND .aC..ATION CLUe CLU5.' ills III. sO HiF'
MONEY ,. 'l' \: UNr'ot.'i; :
Widows Of Assassinated Presidents A 3d Pit anew Tn". 00 ci R._ Jr'I'' of Lakeland and COOLS, DU
C'ntqni morn masS tt Tfn Mmgent., ,- S JO a m Mn
11::: P55 535 f"3tr.'h\: \
r'd s" 5 S :30 a at' for croup artKllir. Brlntandwlch :r and Tom Wl T."rJ: StSt
_n. C.aLe,. > Sums. colloa Jurnlrt.il. ''strupios pslPi'e' ..d d.tssl
Ti,. nubllt IB Intlltd .1.! .. .
With, Our 0' .IDDI. advance* "'
FLUFFDRYLaundry I f.t".PV""t"f. *.*,",?" DWLD"'. and art portraitock .1... .'m.LAOIII at OOM AUXILIARY Cup IWMaurant TO' TMI w:.::. .o! e(or CLUB i.of'D' UK partr at, usa
React In Divers Ways To Sad News tins building.: 5,':' SdeinItns., .HOTHiaHOOD.Or HAILKOAD ., ": .:,; A rananta will' b* pliirMt
OPTllllloT ,tiJ__:a aoss, .TMAINMtH t noon at to Countrf' r'd' 01'Club>n luncheon s.t.tas'S'ts UNIT.. DAuOHTina DAACOTT a CMUPtlH.* CON. inbe
CLUD 0 LAK.LAN.. community ...
Service room Brmc Uhlc at horn ot ..
IT \.I.Crnt S.torn. IMriHIAL rOLK LODOf O."Md Norrf.7"3 Chtrokrr Trill ,
All ? bed By JOY MILLERAP holding hands. Behind them he had been shot at the Wash.. seemed to' be getting better. ".r" ". .."<"""'. ei.ue..,iK""". CI.tiiiint.r" .., rtAM lo m i at Bootu.h HIM: TmPollo SOCIATION_COUNT.. CLU'town*.nAT"ol.h -,.AS"... ,, Dr ae
i bathroom
Women's Editor Craft oMraM wiu k* pf bu.MWM p Mlna mlp
linens beautifully washed and were guests Miss Clara Harris Ington railroad station. She received -, Then late Friday afternoon he JJ.AM".n at I ...uxnumr. .. po.l boss si is MM ass*. (orr.d. I.\o.\ Brim tabl Mrrh, and food..D FI)
Ironed Including honk in, The wife of an assassinatec!I and hef fiance Major Henry the report quietly and I asked for his wife. For a long sisELNNe I 'an
Chenlll spread washable President is any other widow,, athbone, .,. lOses., "as* ':a .M: -
rugs Wearing op- must sooner or later pick up, Self-consciously Mrs. Lincoln hurried to his aide time she sat beside him with ., OLJSTfK TT .. Lakeside Baptist WMU

pont fresh', If air any dried, returned and the pieces of her shattered I whispered to her tall, sad.faced For 11 heartbreaking week I I his arm around her as his life pm L"KILANBTS"SZ 01 L..la.d Wntss'CLUB. (lot, T JO B
world and on living. husband "What she nursed him and drained LA K 5 LAN D TOAsyMasTles'
folded. go : will Miss Bars day night. sway.McKinley'sbier CLUB v sas .... ...
The stoic courage of Mrs s think of my hanging on to Then a little more than lix: traveled from ems An on, nt.nmtne.h. Rootu mm. Organizes, Names HeadsThe j
9 Ibs. . $1.26 John F. Kennedy during the you so?" And Lincoln said withan months after his inauguration, .___.._u ._& ......_._ &_ _'0__ L .. .,.... ., '.30*57._CLS5._, ..._......enS.mne ._;_
tragic ordeal of losing and burying affectionate he died. Sept. 19, 1881. ""V'''''' I>IIII.'Q W IlIC. 1ft ,,. bomIdin. Lodsiek:; !f. f.iiii
Additional ". ........ 14c ..a.t smile what wereto Washington and on to its rest- IL LA".LAND Nnnl PSmnn Woman's Missionary Hightower Miss Lois Heniley S
a husband won the nation'sheart be his last words on earth, Mrs Garfield returned to Ohio 130: "m II thn USCUANOS Cit R..tunDt.CLUe, Union of the newlyconstituted and Mrs Harry Gallman

She won't think anything about and devoted herself to seeing Ing place in Canton Ohio The I 55r LA".LAND.t It. CAd.l.aTA.Y R..u CLUS,..., U iS Lakeside Baptist Church counselors of the Girls' Auxil-

CUNNINGHAMLAUNDRY But spouses of earlier fallen it." that their children-four boy bereaved widow huddled in the 1 p s aNOsTsANs,. si LeDI.ad: CLINIC.a, ? 30 5. 5 3 has been organized and will iary; Mrs R. E. Lazenby Jr., r--
u.mn..s 1a.tiinl.
Chief Executives did not always She Fainted ind a girl-became the upstind last coach of the special train :;4stlnssi t.a.rd N..crstnin a, ...'t''l.:: r.DLe'. begin holding regular meetings director of Sunbeams; and sP1stsPI
show the same remarkable com Ing citizens that would have delighted and prayed that the Lord would .TNIAN SISTOS. LAKnAND In March. Mrs. E. E. Transue Mrs.

t posure and self control. .I A shot rang out. His fingers his heart. They did: take her with her Dearest Love I T5NPLS twnon'sf11 4**. .;Cms'Dsi inS ecnool mwtlni, U at) X s. The business and program Raymond Zogorskl. Mrs.

Mary Todd Lincoln for example clasping hers jerked convulsively James became secretary of the She died six years later and was "* ?!.LanOIll D'o" msssr meeting will be at 10 a.m. the Charles Mee Mrs. Carl Ford lunJ2
1141 E. PARKER ST. His blood spattered her Interior In 1907 Harry wa laid to rest beside him at the I I"A LocaMOT'TO Tn5 ..."0'.. ,0.; first Monday of each month. and Mrs. J. E. Hudson, coun- :
She and Abraham Lincoln sat dress president of Williams College McKinley Memorial. I pm 01 Count!'? Club "....... Place of the meeting will be actors of Sunbeams.
MU I-llll close together in the theater box I The First Lady's agonized his father's alma mater; Irving At the President's funeral the 1'Sm"QOLD5S, it* n Aes,n. CLue.in ..., :,lr"t announced. The various circles Committee chairmen are: eoI

that fateful April nieht in 1865.I .. screams broueht- attention. Then Will a successful lawyer; Abram pastor in his address said: :N uti.i,5.nt ssssi. 5,1 cmii 4 .OI lets C. Cmi Lit prsosi,,. 5- within WMU will meet Mrs Emory S. Ivey social In

she fainted. a distinguished architect. Mary "The world knows that his 10 sDae n'.r. Dr DT"IIIII ol Id., lesitod CLU'. 730 every second Monday of each chairman; Mrs. Ralph Edwards the

When the President's unconscious -made a good marriage. I whole life had run In this one 1:1.1.....m.n'CoDW.01 Wintse M."oll aumidise Sm., month in the homes of members mission study chairman cln
body was carried to Ihouse For herself to cherish throughthe groove of love. Her smile was nltd In 5iutsuinottod.LaCCLAPdD .10110. IDLer Every woman who Is a ; Mrs C. B. McGinnes tra

across the street and up' years was that sentence that more to him than the plaudits WIDNIIDWV HHINt CLUe, member of the church will bea publicity chairman; Mrs. G,
to a back bedroom she followed President James Garfield had I U Elti Club it IS is member of WMU. P. Anderson state mission remIsLa
of the multitude and for her LAKILAND A T CLUe. oil ;;.."..
crying and wringing her hands ,confided to his diary soon after greeting hit acknowledgment of .I p tat.rt. Throughout the night she would I the Inauguration: "Crete grows them must wait." Mn: > QtriMlIt. Mss ., ( 10 Sm.. ization were announced. home mission chairman; Mrs.
' itlll lit .
approach his bedside and cover'UD to every emergency with fine I jr Ini, from 7 to portr.li 10 p m sUm... Uutructor ll .lnU soS follows: J, B. Folds program chair fes
'V his face with kisses only to be I tact and faultless taste." I :: dE: :E Mrs. J. K. McDanleL presi- man; Mrs O. R. Harrell, en

overcome with hysterical grief Mrs Desolate I Bachelor Enters "1 .' lii' "It : 'hudsos, dent; Mrs. George R. Tuttle listment chairman; and Mrs.Harrell (
He died the next morning. McKinley J rluMlaUMITMlIHtM:: : i0osAw.e 'LU', I ..... vice president; Mrs. Oma Mrs. G. V. Tucker be

For the next five weeks the The other First Lady to be Pudding Recipe :\ aHPINI 1. OKDtft Crouch, secretary; Mrs John and Mrs. Folds members of of
e WHIT tH>IN( or .,
___ rief-stricken widow the most widowed by assassination was I IA"t' at M.winlr Tmpl>.U."L. T. Bent, treasurer; Mrs. J. nominating committee. mi.Sel'.
_________ unpopular President's wife InU.S. auburn-haired Ids Saxon McKinley In Cook Contest TIP.IO ANO A ASSOCIATION VfTIHAN KAIiWAV OP P.. E. Daniels pianist; Mrs. G. Circle chairmen are Mrs. '

history stayed in the White coddled all her married C IMPLOYI nmmddiS. pot 55,1 lurk,51tnma.at noon Brint. V, Tucker chorister, Mrs D. J. T. Harper Mrs. M C HoiIn Pet
-___ House too broken In mind and 'l ife by a doting husband. The A combination magician, LAMILANS"LIONa J. O'Conner, director of the Mrs R. L Thompson Jr. A
spirit to think about facing a ,deaths of her two little girl mentalist -. OI. 01 Tho cdes R..uro.t CLUe .1, 12.11. Girls' Auxiliary: Mrs. R. L and Mrs Pearl Gilbert. ob
J hypnotist, cartoon1st -
cold, disapproving world and a and her mother, all (In the firs will
Over a cup of tea, Bill Atkinson has been host of importunate creditors. five' years of marriage turned and story writer who hopes ito :, ,- - - - Prl''

designing again good fortune that the cup But go she finally did. It ripping ,her into an Invalid subject to win more than $10,000 in
( the White House of her ,epileptic seizures. I prizes, elected to try his hand I I Mrl
Itself was Delft I othes. Jewels and gifts. and William McKinley was eternally at cooking by entering the eha

I Packed among the precious shipping them to Chicago for thoughtful and loving and Fifth An.Florida Orange Dessert I cat

;'possessions of the early Dutch settlers. Delfti sale at auction.. she in turn referred to him" I In Contest, it was announced : c91alr 8allmtCLIP IntT
For the next 17 years, until her diary as "My Dearest. I I aoTbMMMS.
has been of When he shot at a by the Florida Citrus Com- I
long part our American heritage.) she died In a little upstairsoom was recap.lion .
In the same Springfield at the Pan-American Exposition mission.
Perhaps It Is because It has
a satisfying way of 111., house from which she had In Buffalo, N.Y. on The versatile bachelor is I '

being both useful and beautiful. Each piece Is been married she existed in an Sept. 6. 1901 McKinley't firs Marc Owen of 1132 Euclid Avenue '

illusory world of sorrow, sick- thought was of her. He cautioned Miami Beach. He has .
hand-painted, then fired In wondrous shadesof per. I
and wild hallucinations his secretary: "My wife-be
ness t- C.
blue., and It Is for this appealing color that tormented continually by fears careful Cortelyou, how you tell formed as a magician under n SAVE Nor
and assassinations be careful." the name of the Amazing I
of poverty her. Oh Mr'AVI
Delft le world reknown.
Maurice. He also dabbles in
Garfield Brave
Mrs. I
Seemed Te Recover
'I There 'Is something,: Lucretia Rudolph Garfield ceramics TI'\J

'about this beautiful blue and flax that Isanatural called Crete by her husband, She was napping at the time Mr.rice Owen pudding submitted dessert.a recipefor Asked I

was made of sterner stuff. and the news was withheld from, r.l
go-iogether.and the hand-painted Delft pattern She 'was in Elberon NJ, her for hours until her doctor why he selected this particular I denbUI
recipe to enter in the Contest
had to be on the finest cotton lawn. Cloth andclothes waiting for the President to jointer was on hand. Reports sty she he said: "Wait until you taste

alike are steeped In craftsmanship, and when for the news a seashore was brought vacation that was During considerably the week affected McKinley.,I it and you'll" agree that It'sa I Wo the,
.. .
from a Tulip Skirt to an Heirloom Shirt you will -01 About women -M -had tnis to Jaa <

41 II frt"- say: I t
find each piece a collector's Item In
Arr/vtrf/ DenmsrkTEAKWOOD "love to cook and get a big beT

bang when I hear women complain I
-. how they sweated and by
FURNITUREFOR slaved in the hot kitchen all F

day. I can knock out a wholesome I eon
1 The Delft Collectionexclusively BETTER FLORIDA LIVING meal in minutes without Inllphr

Also I cussing, sweating or swaying" I
i The big Contest which closes

Pendant Lamps Home Acctuorles midnight. Feb. IS. Is open to

at the Gent Stainless Stttl and Swedish Crystal any resident of Florida who I I REVIVE THE CHARM of the Gibson Girl era with, this softly sideswept
his pissed his or her 17th hairstyle. Set hair as shown us.ng/soft. / wide pincurls

OIL PAINTINGS FROM SPAIN birthday. The Grand Finals, I right side. Large size rollers go on the top and crown. The set bock clockwise is set on the S'r.
in vertical
judged by five nationally- -
(LUIS MORRILL ORIGINALS rows of alternating curls. The left side is set counterclockwise To .'
known food experts will be Bock comb r.gM" side comb:
conducted by the Florida Citrus I crown ond top. Brush hair from the right side back Pie
and around to the left
Commission in Winter keeping nape hairs going upward. Feather comb left ni46 I IPyt
Haven April 2324. side and brush softly back. Smooth top to brush toward left side
JbML Jak I Sweeping.
A person may submit any 'he brow 'line and fanning away to produce a soft and feminine \
wove Ho, ,
should be two to three inches me
number of
and long
recipes they ot Sides and
crown and
219 e. lemon lakeland 105 West Oak Drive MU 2-5987 should be mailed to Orange I a half inches ot : taper to one end the
wrapping the head
Dessert Contest Box MS, Lakeland tissue and then o loosened hair. n.WMfIJ this in toilet .
style for
Fla. 33802., mony o day A
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Romance In The White House?I

By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP After Margaret Truman left suitably modest and unsophlstl', I

Newsfeaturts Writer the White House, she wrote that cated for adolescent who do not Make The Most Of Height

Since them I* a switchboard her opportunities for romance drink cocktails. Being the eldest,

C. \ b at the White House It win be were often thwarted by the long and the nation' most prominent t: NEW YORK-4NEA-Small "So come back with a big;: tween her shoulder blade help.
shadow of service
the secret
possible to get phone calls and her own suspicions of sincerity teen-ager Lynda Bird hat often'children In her neighborhood smile Instead of hunching your 1'ed her stand up straight She

1 through to the President of the Now the wife of New been called upon to preside ai t: point at her when she walk shoulders and skulking Into the i I also was enrolled In acrobatic

1 { United State, even though he York Times executive Clifton youthful social function. down the street. And, a. chilI classroom. Whatever you do,,,, and ballroom dancing classes
doe have two lively teenage Daniels, Mill Truman was bornto A small country school 1 I dress often do, they call her don't slouch." and other lesson that helped de-

daughter career politician Harry Truman Johnson City, Tex. served their names Their favorite la' Lady She laughingly revealed thai t t: velop grace.
Six-year-old Caroline who lived who like the Johnson girls' educational need while Giant, but their tone when they her mother's harp knuckles be-. But these lesson helped liti .
there before the death of her father, inherited the Presidency growtnj ahout alter 6 foot, mezzo 10 i I tie when the discovered beds In
beloved Daddy, President John In the wake of a national trag op In their home state In Wash.'prano Elinor Parker are not Germany for example, were too

F Kennedy, was too young for edy-In this instance the deathof Ington Lucy Baines till attend i I malicious. In return the greets 1 i abort for her She solves this

< Lv eJ telephones, hep talk, and beaux. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The National Cathedral School,,, them with a friendly tmlle.I i 1 predicament while touring by

But these condition of adolescence However, until she became interested an Episcopal private school I I I A* a young girl growing uP' putting the mattress on the floor.
L % are sure to move into the In the performing art, which her sister also attended, in California. Mlaa Parker was A tall girl need to be Inven
historic Pennsylvania Avenue Margaret, an only child born ; far from s tinny about her tive, too.
q residence along with the high- late in her parents' life, tendedto before enrolling In Universityof height following a summer In Shop Carefully

spirited daughter of President be shy of the public like her Texas. which she grew six: Inches while If you are looking for styles

n Lyndon Johnson, Lynda Bird, 19, diffident mother, Bess Truman. A Lady Lawyer her high school classmates that cut height but flatter, Miss
and Lucy Balne, It. Thus the Lynda Bird and Lucy Balnes, seemed to shrink. Parker suggest you shop for
fr hallowed halls are certain to on the other hand, are outgoing, "Lynda Bird should have been She Suffered"I drtsse and suit with peplum

..h5tj1 echo with merriment and youth public relations-conscious byproducts a lawyer" Mrs. Johnson said> was all arms and feet and or with broad diagonal rtrlpes.

a xra ful exuberance of a politically astute of her daughter during the Presidential legs," she said while stopping I Big collars big cuff and chunky

tit 4 New The Shadows father and a mother who I* ateo' campaign. "She can talk here en route to Italy for an +4t Jewelry also are Illusory.

a highly skilled campaigner and out of into operatic season "I suffered andI v' However, she abhors the flat
Yet In their new roles as you anything or any
an excellent business woman. sympathize with girls who a shoes, no hat or no elaborate
"First Family, the two girls thing.
In Interviews the ladle
young that
tower over their friends. hair styles routine most
will leave behind them much of are self-assured, forthright, enthusiastic Obviously Lynda never take 1 "Keep your sense of humor tall women adopt In an effort to
the freedom
in Les
they enjoyed
Ormes and typical of all advantage) of her talent, or her''or develop one, when those In fool themselves Into thinking
the mansion formerly
huge -
owned by Washington's American teen-a gen. Lynda is mother' tendency to be Indulgent > the school halls.make some cutting they are really petite
famed hostess, Perle Meets likely to interrupt a telephone "Mother never tell* ui quip," she says. "I soon "If you are tall, act tall," she
Secret Service men never accompanied Interview with an admonition to when to be in, just leaves It tour o i learned that often they made remarks advise "High heel make the
them on their dates her younger sister to "Get oft own Judgment. How can you trying to. M clever or ELINOR PARKER: "When legs look prettier and what man

although Lynda Bird has Jested the extension, please. fm using. break faith with a woman who i cute. They really didn't Intend f foot I in heels, you learn to doesn't like to look at pretty
this" Lucy, like many teenagers "
that, "Daddy sometimes threatens doe that? to hurt. laugh at jibes"The legs?
loves the phone.Seldom .
send The older daughter sum up
to one along
No* "Daddy" has no choice, See Parent the family traits this way Lake Wales Clubs Slate
: I
"Daddy, Lucy and I MeetingsLAKE
The ubiquitous secret service Mr. Johnson tries not to let are outgoing -
will be a discreet but short. the girl believe they are Impor- and get all upset But
distance mother is reserved." WALES-Red Cross meeting will convene at the First Methodist Church.
MRS. ROGER FREEMAN away when Lynds'sfiance tant because their father i* a
Ens Bernard Rosebach public figure. To the contrary Finally she pays her mother classes In First Aid and Red 2 p.m. In the Woman's Club The dinner, which will havean
comes to call, 'or when any the sisters once decried they the highest accolade In teenage Croat Orientation will be avail. building, with Mrs. Frank J. Oriental theme, Is open to
young swain make his way to are "dcprlvlleged children" because Jargon. "She never get ofl r table, beginning Tuesday. In. Miller presiding. Hostesses the public, Ticket are avail-
Freeman-Costine the White House door to pay they so seldom see their[: the cube." (That means sh) terested persona are requested will be Mrs. Edwin C. Olson, able from AAUW members.

court to her sister, Madonna. peripatetic parents. Almost In;, stay cool, man, real cool.) to contact Miss Hilda Mer- Mrs. O. T Bryan, Mrs. S.
like Lucy Balnes. the same breath they forgive t riman In the Red Cross office Gooch Jr., Mrs. R. W. Stud.baker
Miss Sue Coitine, daughterof Private and Mrs. Freemanare D'I
3-7501. and Mrs. J, S.
them for their
Mr. and Mrs. El L. Cm- members of Victory Baptist Dated Texan "Although we busy-ness.don't always, Youth Fair HOSPITAL AIDES hurst. Franciscanwhitestone

tine, Route 6, became the Church where she i II aJunior Because she has never been have physical togetherness, w< The luncheon business meetIng DAR .
bride Of Pvt Roger Freeman, high class teacher and lure of the sincerity of Washing. have moral togetherness," Lynda : March 19-20 of the Lake Wales Hospl- The annual luncheon meetIng -
on of the Rev. and Mrs. John soloist He was song director ton suitors, Lynda Bird has preferred Bird once analyzed their tal Volunteer Aides will be of the Daughters of the ware
Freeman Of Bryson City N. there before entering the to date Texas lads, and family relationship. "Lucy end! At Barlow Tuesday at 12:30: p.m. at 'tha' American Revolution will be

C.. Friday night at Victory Army. eventually agreed to marry one I know, whether Mother I is withus Highlander Restaurant held at the Plantation Inn tomorrow
Baptist Church. The couple will live in Alex. Rosebach is from Comfort, or not, she's thinking aboutus. BARTOW The annual COMMUNITY CONCERT at 1 p.m., with Mrs.
The Rev. C. O. Bray performed andria, Va. He is stationed Texas, and Lynda now attends And sometimes when she's, Polk County Youth Fair will The Lake Wales Community'' O. T. Bryan, regent, presiding

the ceremony.The at Ft. Belvoir, the University of Texas.A away, I go Into her room and I be held March 1> 20 at the Concert Association will present .
bride wore a street year and a half ago the smell her perfume and feel hei, Bartow Livestock Pavilion Ruth Page' Chicago Opera Mrs. J. W, Swanson of Fort
length white silk brocaded older girl complained that young presence.'* Any boy or girl who i* a Ballet tomorrow night at Worth, Texas, state chair-
coat dress and an orchid cor. Sunset OES men whom she did not know bona fide member of 4. H, e:15: o'clock In the high school man of the DAR school com
sage. asked her for date only because Casual Attire Future Homemakers of Amer. auditorium. The company of mittee, will present the pro-

Mrs; Ronald C Harrell was they thought it would be Until they came to Washingtonthe i lea or Future Farmers of 50, including orchestra, will gram. Her subject will be
he/ sister's only attendant. She To Install quite a social coup to go out daughters lived In shirts,, America may participate present repertory favoritesand the Tamassee DAR School In
wore a pink linen dress and a with the Vice President' daugh aborts and loafers, comfortableand i rule state. selections from classic South Carolina.
pink carnation corsage. OfficersHIGHLAND ter. "I don't want to be a parasite appropriate to the casual,I Rules and regulations for misters of the 19th century Hostesses will be Mrs. H.
Mr. Harrell was best man on my father's name," she life on the famed 400-acre LBJ entering the girls' division of MUSIC CLUB S\ Norman, Mrs. Gerald
Mrs. Freeman 4s a 1962: sighed. With her father in the ranch where many international 1 I the Youth Fair are availablebeet The Junior Music Club will Pierce, Mrs. Buford Gum,
graduate of Kathleen High CITY Sunset White House date with Lucy dignitaries have barbecued t from the Polk County Home present the program, "Our Mrs. B. K. Bullard, Mrs. T
School where she was a member Chapter No. 231, Order of the Balne will be even more prestigious steaks under the sprawling trees. Demonstration Office, P. O.I Patriotic! Heritage," at the L. Watmore, Miss Olive I cloud nine
of the choir and Future Eastern Star, officers were Installed among the Capitol' When their father became Vice Box 1049 Bartow, Fla., 33830. meeting Thursday of the Lake White and Mrs. Clarence A.

Homemakers of America and last night at Highland young eligible, and she share President of the United State,, Official entry blanks may be Wale Music Club. Mrs. How. Smith. Out-ef>thl> world design In
Future Teachers of America. City Masonic Temple. her sister's eagerness to be both went shopping for long dinner obtained from teachers, counl ard Kline, Junior club counselor NARCE heavenly white that's perfect
She la employed by The Led. Officers were Installed as liked for herself alone. gown and cocktail dresses ty agent or 4 H Club leaders will be In charge of the The National Associationof for any setting In easy-care
follows: Mrs. Jewel Collier, it was announced. program Retired Civil Employees
r r r WhlUstone Ware by Franciscan
ger.The bridegroom was graduated worthy matron; Henry Carl- will meet Wednesday at 1 .. .e household word for the
from Swain High Schoolin ton, worthy patron; Mrs. Evelyn p.m. in the Florida Power beautiful best In dinnerware.
Bryson City in 1959 where Simmons, associate ma I ReynoldsSealsAnnouncement i Home Service Center A covered
he was rice president of the tron; Norman Dickinson, amo- dish luncheon will be 16 pc. sal fer four ...... 9,95
senior class, president of the elate patron: Mrs. Dorothy served. All civil service retirees
45 Mt for eight ....29.9'
Dramatics Club, sentinel'of Kersey, secretary; Mrs. Chrt has been Igtrrl in the area are welcome pc
Future Farmers of America ten Coker, treasurer; Mrs. made of the engagement of to attend.

'and a senior superlative.Blanche __ Wander Ward, conductress;: Miss Barbara Ann Reynolds AAUW NICODEMUSJEWELRY
Mrs. Margaret Mulford, asso and A2C. Roger Lee Seuia The dinner meeting of the
elate conductress; Mrs. OU American Association of University CO.
WorkTo by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carlton, chaplain;: Mrs. Dickinson Lonnie M. Reynolds, 410 W r Women scheduled for OPEN MI. NITIS 'TIL 9
marshal.Mrs. Hunter St. He is the son of Mr. fi.d tomorrow night has been
124 $. Av MU 2-635
Address Jean Cooper, organist; and Mrs. Roy C. Souls of Bar- postponed. It will be held Ky. *
Mrs. Helen Brown, Adah; Mr. Tuesday night, Feb. 18, at

ClubMrs. destine Bowen, Ruth Mrs. tow.Wedding plans will be an I j
Sorosis Sibyl Roberts, Esther; Mrs. 4 nounced.A .

Oliva Skeen, Martha; Mr,, senior at Lakeland High

Blanche Work, newly Inn McMillian, Elect; Mrs. School, Miss Reynolds I II a IltC.
appointed Supervisor of Registration George Malloy warder; and member of the DCT Club. She e'S,

for Polk County, will Cecil Pollick sentinel. II I employed In the credit department Y1adg
speak at the Sorosis Club Installing officers were Mrs. ft at MontgomeryWard. ]
luncheon meeting Thursday at Kathryn demons, Mrs. Jane r a .
12:15 p.m. at the clubhouse, Black, Mrs. Eunice Sloaf Mrs. f'a Airman Seul was graduated 127 S. Kentucky

to Lake Morton Drive. William E. Simons Jr. Mrs. from Bartow High School In ,
Her topic will be "WomenIn Quincy Malloy and Gerald 1961 where he was a memberof y downtown

Politics." She will explainthe the senior class play. He i* ,

reason for the new precinct HatchWINTER : re atationed at Eglin Air Force aawP a' iPl
set-up and the re-regis Base, Fort Walton Beach, as
tration of voters now In prog i an airborne radio technician. MISS BARBARA REYNOLDS
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ress. Mrs Work la a life : 'glti9e
member of Sorosis Club andIs HAVENWINTER i. 4t'tlit6
of the
current president
Lakeland Business and Professional HAVEN Mr.

Women's Club. Clay Orchard and daughter, LUCY BAINES JOHNSON LYNDA BIRD JOHNSON
Lancheoii Guests Carol Sue, of London, Eng ,
Guests at the luncheon will land, have been visiting Mr. 9JlJJltJ Old? @@mr.c"
be the newly elected members Orchard's parents, Mr and I

of the Lakeland city com Mrs. Ernest Bryson, at their .
mission Mr a. William C. home on Farnol Street. Misi Hair /
Searl Jr. and W J. (Pete) Orchard is a student at Butler Coloring Greatly /

Peterson. University, Indianapolis.
A program of love songs in Mr. and Mrs. John Carith Improved Process Now / ,
observance of Valentine's Day en are the house guests ol; Garmfs/snf SAY E' r ?

will be presented by Mrs. the latter sister Mr. Elsie
Frank Cole, contralto, and Murphy, In Winter, Haven fora By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN off on the pillow and on hair MiMsw ,,.,tcf.rf Spetlols For ;c// l /
Today most women take brushes. That Is a thing !
Mrs. Charles B. Kelly pianist. few weeks. Mr Carithers With 0.r Mon.Tues.Wad.Feb. .
hair coloring for granted. Just the past
chaplain Mrs. John, will H.give Caldwell the Invo-club Palm is a golf Beach pro and PGA attended Tourna the as they do the use of lipstickor SemiPermanentThen ... Dry C1 ."fiif Feb.. 10.11.12

cation. The hostesses will be ment. eye makeup. All of the there Is the semi Jl.5j
product and techniques con coloring Job which
introduced by Mrs. T. L, Hod. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tharp permanent
cerned with their last several sham
coloring through
son, public affairs chairman. and aon, Billy, have a* houseguest 3 SUITS DRESSESCLEANED
They are Mr. Roscoe McLain, *. Mr. and Mrs. Frank have been so greatly Improvedthat poos. They wear off gradually. or
no woman need. hesitate You use the color again
Mrs. Marvin H. Brooks Jr., Mann of Paris, 111. The Mann'sare
Mrs. Edd Dean, about changing the color of when It fades, but do not haveto & PRESSED
Mrs. Caldwell here for a week's vacation -
Mrs. L. Guerry Dobbin, Mrs. visit her hair, or covering her gray retouch the root.
Mrs. PeytonC. Vbtt hair If aha wishes to do so. I Next we have permanent
S. Scott Kelly, Relatives
Mrs. Earl! Norris know of no field in the cosmetics Coloring Many women thinkof $
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
world which has made these as dyes, which they
G. O. ,
Norton Mrs. and their nephew and niece,
greater stride toward perfection are, although they are more
Mrs. Edwin Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Clark A. Counter
Avery Thomas, Mrs. A. J. are entertaining Mr*. Nor- than this one. usually called "tints" today. PLAIN
Trueblood and Mrs. Work. ria aister, Mrs. Howard C. Every year more and more Do not let this confuse you.A PLEASE
shade of tint Is You have a
women change the a dye.
Business SessionMrs Elliott of Birmingham,
their tresses;; therefore, manyof large choice of colors here SAVE $1.00
W. L, Jackson, president Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Straight
will be Interested In and new shade can look
you a your
will conduct the 11 a.m. are planning to spend two
short review of the different entirely natural.
business session. Delegates to months in Winter Haven on
the Florida Federation of a vacation from their hometown categories of hair coloring. Bleaches or "hair tighten 1 HOUR SERVICE
in Temporary Rinses ers" do Just what they say.
I Women's Clubs convention of Philadelphia.Mr.
First there are the temporary They lighten the hair by MONDAY thru FRIDAY
I Jacksonville and members of and Mrs. Don Klein of
I nominating committee will Three Rivers Mich., are returning rinses. These last Just lightening or removing the 8:00 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. ,
a until the next shampoo when color from the natural pig-
I be elected. to their home following SATURDAY 8 TILL 12 NOON
I The devotion will be given a vacation visit as the they wash out. Some of them ment.
I by Mrs. Arthur S. EmlgI house guests of Mr. and Mrs. are most effective and natural When using a permanent or YOUNG AND KAKIbJI for Spring .
Reservations for the luncheon David Smith In Winter Haven. looking They are used to add semi-permanent color (eitherat our Norfolk jacketed suit with removable
I be made by contactI New Residents highlights to the hair and to home or at a salon) have a necktie. All of striped and plain shark-

I ing Mrs.may J. O. Springer, telephone A retired couple have move cover or blend gray hair. If patch test first to discover One HOURififiRTIfihilfiG" akin (50% Arnel. 50% Cotton). The
I 686-5928 ed from their former home you have quite a lot of gray whether or not you are allergic 'i jacket and skirt seal are taffeta lined.
state of New York to make you will have to choose a to the product. If you
their permanent residence.Mr darker shad than if you have are coloring your hair at Amber, Green, Beige t

Sisters and Mr. R. E. Hammond only slightly gray hair. Otherwise home follow the direction on Sixes 5-15 \ $25.95
the bottle, box or leaflet, concerning -
formerly lived in Wells, the moil flattering
Set District Meet N. Y., and are residing In the hade will be one a little light. the test
northwest section of Winter er than your natural color.A If you would like to have DRY \\
Mrs. Lamar M. Johnson of Haven. rinse which Is too dark is my leaflet "Your Crowning the most in j

Pierce, district deputy, will Mr. and Mrs. Frank Costine aging. This is one reason Glory" send a stamped, self. 64
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t Assistant Sports Editor

TO By TED SMITS You can bet your last dollar that Florida Southern' basketball coach Tom Greene will

I:, Associated Press Sports Editor have guard Bobby Bowman wearing low-cut: tennn shoes the rest of the season.
Austria It wa Bowman with hit learning hew white sneakers, who connected for a record-breakIng *
INNSBRUCK (AP-A couple of nerveless
20yearold 43 points to lead the Mocs ,to a 115-93 victory over the Mercer University Bean of Macon
whiz kids of the ski slopes, Billy Kldd of Stowe Vt., and t Ga., last night at the Lakeland High gym.

Jim Heuga of Tahoe City. Calif., sent American prestige! sky. .1dR Bowman's 43 points establl.heda

rocketing with 'an. unprecedented silver-bronze finish ,in the one-game Florida Southern picked off by Nick LaPollo in rough time. And It's just like

men's slalom Saturday in the fading Winter individual scoring record. The 1956-57. I told my boys after .this game
\ Olympic Games. g f, old mark was 36 held Jointly by Bowman and Elsnaugle both was over that we still had togo
Kldd. a mild-mannered New Englander not long out of high i< "k ? Cotton Bradley and Frank Scu- had torrid shooting averages ; play Mercer up there."

,school, won second place and Heuga, a slight 145-pound Unlvenjly A d den Bradley had 38 during the from the floor Bowman lank Eisnaugle and Bowman had

of Colorado student captured third for the first skiing F p 1948-47 campaign and Scuderi 18 of 32 attempts for 50 per cent plenty ef help from co-cap
k collected his 38 In the 1956-57 while Eisnaugle hit 14 of 19 for lain Dave Shlnkmaa and guard
tnedals by U.S. In this
ever woo men giant snow and Ice spec
tacle. seson. 74 per cent. Together the duo .John Wells. Shlnkman finished
$ Among Bowman's 41 points had 75 of the Mocs' 115 point. ( with 12 and Well added
Both were beaten ,by just a day night was relegated to m4ft
fourth. were 18 field goals.. This broke As a team, Southern mad 18. It was one of Wells' best
fraction of second the :
a flick I the old FSC one-game Individual good on 41 of 89 shots fora performance this. season
of a flashing ski-by Pepl Stieg- The Russians' hockey medal
field goal total of 14 fabulous SS per cent. Mercer '
ler boosted their total Steve Moody tossed la :2S
of Austria In two run to 25, eleven shared by John McNamaraand netted 31 of 71 for 51
down Ice click Blrgltzkoepfl gold and Including a bronze Mae Mullls. McNamarahad cent. mints to pace Mercer. Jim
Mountain picked up earlier in the day in Hearn collected 21 for the loser
14 In 1857-88 and Mullls After the
game was completed -
the 40-kilometer men' while Don Baxter had IS and
Wins cross had 14 last season. Greene
Stlegler said he used a bit Harris 17.

Stiegler a blond athlete of country This mighty relay skiing teat race.of sped MEDALISTS IN MEN'S JLAIOM-G.U ..t*.1I1t Josef (IPepi!) Susie' .f AmHta. h flanked Bowman the 6-foot sophomore of psychology, "Bowman h.. Sandy Southern raced to a 61-39 half-

25, wu timed in'2 minutes 11.13 and endurance went to Sweden, by silver Medal l atone Silly KIM, left, Sew., Vt., end| l mi* m dllit Jimmy Hap, Yokes City from Bluefleld, W.Va., was at been wearing high-top" tennis time advantage, however Coach

seconds for his two' shots down which rallied with a tremendous Cllt *fnr kit victory ,.....**,. It! *.*., d.lem.rec. .t Ui..m, ......t,... KMtf sod Ht ware near-perfection. He kept the shoes all ...ion. explained Bobby Wilder' Bear matched
the gate-dotted courses, measuring -anchor leg by Assar Roennlund the first Americas. eve to, win Medals In ....'. ikllnf .t the Wlnt Olymvki. Uf Wlr.'..*.. crowd on their feet cheering and Greene "However the ones he the Mocs polnt-for-polnt the last
613 and 503 yards. l. cable! applauding the entire contest had were worn out and wecouldn't
hem Lllum
to beat out Finland second and ). half a* both team netted 54
Kidd, rallying from sixth Russia with his deadly accuracy from find another pair in
third. .
place after a disappointing ong-range, stealing Mercer town today so we bought him point
The Swedes were timed In 2 passes, driving and ball-han- a pair of low-cut: We don't The 'triumph put Southern
opening run turned in the fastest -
hours, 18 minutes, 34.6 secondsfor back to the .500 mark with
race of the day with a 60.31- the Winter Olympics Bayer TopsPhoenix dling. 'like to use the low-cuts because up
second breakneck finishing effort approximately 25 mile However 'the entire show did of this new rule. I think w.11 a 10-10 record. Mercer 1* now
trek the hills and
for 21127.: Heuga, disdaining forests of Seefeld. throughthe not belong to Bowman. Co- let him wear the low-cuts: the 812. The victory also snapped
and goggles despite! Finland captain Tim Elsnaugle 6-foot- rest of the season," smiled the a five-game Southern losing
cap anchored by double gold medal 3-Inch senior' forward finished FSC boss. streak.
light snow and sub freezing
temperatures registered 2:. ist Eero Maentyranta clocked Show Ends with 32 points only four shy of The rule states that a time-I The Moos will be on the road
2:18.42 and Russia Today
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1152. the record. His 14 field goals out will be charged a team If the next two outing playing
Buddy' Werner of Steamboat United State team finished Golf Open tied the old mark. a player wearing low-cuts: has 1. Rollins College tomorrow night
13th In the
Springs Colo., the 27-year-old 39:17.3. 15-team field in 2- Eisnaugle was sharp on his to: stall the game In order to put' .t Winter Park and Stetson

senior member of Uncle Sam's The two medal. licking INNSBRUCK. Austria (AP- members of the toboggan team hook shots and when the final his shoe back on. I Wednesday night at DeLand.
sklng forces placed eighth with gave The snowless, accident The I whistle had blown, he was two "This Mercer team 1* not that Both games are Florida Inter-
Uncle Sam a total of six for the' -plagued, auto turned out to be one PHOENIX. Ariz. (AP) Huge "
213.46 while the fourth memberof highly policed ninth Winter had : rebounds short of the one-season bad pointed out Greene. "Over collegiate Conference battles
: Games they permission to use, and George Bayer knocked in a 10-
an encouraging showing FSC Individual total of 310 the they have given us a The Macs utlll ho ._t_ home Saturday .
the Chuck Ferries of Olympic Games I years
team. after a disastrous start come to a close after spending two nights in jail foot putt for a birdie on the 18th
Houghton Mich., feU twice and, 90-Meter Sunday with the spectacular 90- they were all fined. Farmer hole Saturday to take over the night with Jacksonville.
abandoned the race on the opening Neither the United Jumping State nor meter ski jump at Berg Isel and Marolt were given suspended third-round lead In the $50,000 University. In another FIC contest

run. Russia Is expected to pick .Stadium. prison sentences and Hessel Phoenix Open Golf Tournament Quillian Perdicaris
Russians/ WIG anything In the 90-meter Jumping up- Russia ran away with the was acquitted of the main His 85 for the..day put him at 'LO.'D" sosTNees Ira 'Till'e0LLsGtpa
'' donors with France Finland charges. 202 for 54 holes .. .. .I'T'
The) 'Soviet Union's hockey on Bergisel Hill which t I I 'I
team clinched the championship brings the Game to a colorful distant Norway Germany and Austria Russian Stan South Africa's little i l Gary Dominate Grid AwardsGuard .,,,..u,,. ,,::: 't i : t I aahw.rla 1
and another gold medal for climax before runners-up. Individual honors, In the Player had come In minute s
Sunday just they :, : ;.:: t 1 i t ea..ii'
Terry McDermott EsiexvUle. I earlier to drop a 50 foot eagle E.r :
Its country by beating Canada blow out the Olympic torchnotto games went to Lidia Skobllko- T as.d.rmsl
3-2 in hard-skating, furiously be lighted for another four Mich., boosted American pride va, a 24-year-old dimpled Russian -putt on the same 635-yard par linebacker Jimmy He referred to me as a man : :: .::: ri: = : t 1
waged battle,'marked by a third rear*. ,by winning the 500-meter speed with a smile she can turn five hole for a 66 and 203 over Perdicaris and fullback Kirk who "brought Auburn up from TOTAL. "... .. a& 11 I. 111
period fight atmong the fired-up The spectacular performancesby skating race In the Olympic 1 on or off at will and who is all this par 71 Phoenix Country Quillian dominated the Individual humiliation to probation.," assets
players Kldd and Heuga in the men's record time of 40.1 seconds and steel inside. She won all four Club course awards at the Dread. "I don't know whether or nol t M_ .......1a 'T"' ITC U I IT.
The Russians completing the slalom were especially gratifying then Saturday Billy Kldd, medals In ladles' speed skating, The two emerged from a traffic naught Booster Club award I have a message for you bu t H..,. ....,.... : J sM
round-robin tournament with a to the Americans because Stowe, Vt., and Jimmy Heuga a feat never before acconpllshed jam which included 10 top dinner last night at the Lakeland I recall one Incident tha t Ca.= ,.,:":':.:, } } I 1
perfect l-0'4i eord.-succeeded' although their women' have won Tahoe City. Calif., two 20-year. at the Winter Games. players at one time during the Senior High School cafe stuck In my mind, A. famous 'i .hlr I F ,1Sir. f
olds startled,the ski world by warm afternoon. teria. Auburn alumnus ....... :::: t J
the United State*. 4vhlch never nine skiing medau. the men Eero Maentyranta of Finlandwon tunny now president .o
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came close to matching Its dramatic -1 never before had won one. winning second and third In themen' gold medal. In the IS and Brue Slips Quillian won the Booster of the Carrier Corpor : : :::: .
slalom-first medals ev 30 kilometer ski Club award given the gridder lion returned to schoo TOTAL M Ifc. II, .
Cinderella performanceof "It to the biggest upset In r.ces.Sixten Little-known Bobby Brue led ... al A.5,r tae n.O M.-w. "
the 1960 Game at Squaw skiing history," said many: er for American men In sklng Jernberg of Sweden after 45 holes but slipped on the who beat combines athletic Asked by one student: 'If you )(,.'.l> flflr an* H.uff"'....
Valley Calif. Olymplp observers. ,American Medalist stamped himself as the greatest back nine missing a three-foot ability with scholarship and had a crystal ball and knew

The Yank puck-chasers: closed ""Thi I* the greatest day for Other American medalists In Nordic skier: of Olympic historyby putt on the 17th and finishing .t citizenship abilities He also you'd be a business president.'
on a high note beating wintas Olympic eking, said the U.S. one of the best showings the winning the 50-kllomete 67 and 204.Bayer won the best back award what course would you take? LaSalle StunsVillanova
Switzerland 7-3 for their second coach, Bob Beetle ''of'' Boulder United States has made in the race on top of numerous honors a 250.pounder standing given by the Elks Club. "1 would take all the course

victory in seven'games and a fclo.. "These boy are young Winter Olympics were Jean In previous Games, and then 8-foot-5 and now playing out of Perdicaris won the "Playerof I could in the procedure of I
fifth place finish but the game There will be lot* more" iaubert, Lakeview. Ore., tied adding a second gold medal by Incline Village Nev., played a the Year" award by Radio How To Talk and How To
was marked b)' unpleasantness. A crowd of 30.000 swarmedinto for second ,,in the ladies' giant anchoring Sweden' winning relay -steady round after starting one Station WLAK and the Write a Letter. Communlca
slalom and third In the special team.. Best Lineman award by the lion Is of paramount impor
A tight between Dave Brooks the LUum Valley for one of itroke off the 138-midway paceof
of St Paul. Minn., and Swiss defenseraan the'Games" most exciting and slalom'and Scott Ethan Allen Two athletes were killed In Tony Lema. Elks Club.Dw.yne tance' In the business world PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
Max Ruegg broke out most difficult event Smoke Rise N. J.,. third in figure pre-Olymplc training and constant Bayer didn't go over par on Glenn was awardedthe now. That's what I say to Frank Corace and George Sutor
In the 'Iecond'period.. Brooks Bonlleu Falls skating. bickering attended the toboggan a hole. He had birdie putts belt blocker trophy by you now Young ladies and paced a second half rally .that
I threw Ruegg'' stick Into thee Franco! Bonlleu of France The police were everywhere, and bobsled races ranging up to 20 feet on his slx- Radio Station WONN and Gary gentlemen! Learn to communicate carried La Salle to a 63-59 upset
It Is of importance
glands and aye result, drew a the giant slalom winner and tangling frequently' with press, where thaws made the runs under-par round that went withan Mulhan earned the "most improved ," he paramount concluded.Red ba.ketball'Ictory over sixthanked -

match; penaltythe first of the heavy favorite took a tumble on spectators and even contest hazardous opening 69 and second-round defensive lineman" who played Villanova and mapped
.tourn.ment-and bad to leave the first run and had to abandonthe ants. In one of the most spectacular I Closing SimpleAll 6'). award by Radio Station under Coach Mitchum Nurml Nelson al the Wildcat victory streak at

the rink.df race. His teammate Guy episodes, three American the time there was a Jack Nlcklaus carded 68 for WWAB. Gadsden Ala, and then starred 13 in a game at the Palestra
Sweden putting on a high- Perillat, also fell but managed team members were ar scarcity of snow. Alpine slopes fourth place at 205. U. S. Open Ralph (Shug) Jordan headfootball later at the University of Saturday night
jilglwcoring performance In the to continue placing 12th. Sch- rested accused of stealing an were bare and brown for the champion Julius Born at 207 coach of Auburn Florida was master of ceremonies It was only Villanova' second
charmed the crowd of
4inal game of the championship vans took a fall missed a gate automobile ,and resisting pc- first time in 60 years Austrian was tied with three others. Boos over 400 diners with a soft He was at his best lose in 19 game and preventedthe
,Found robin. swamped CzechoSlovakia and had to go back to complete lice.The soldiers brought In the white shot a 70, Dave Marr and sell of both especially "one true to life Wildcat from breaking ayearold
8-3 and took the silver It t, dropping from second after arrests were unprece- stuff and packed the ski trailsto Bob Rosburg 69s and Lema the sense and historical.humor In reference topical tale" about his days at the school record ofmoat

medaL The Czechs gained the the opening run to 24th. dented in Olympic history. make competition possible.The champagne man, a 71. to Paul (Bear) Bryant University of Florida. consecutive games won in
third-place bronze. Canada a Americans never were In the They were Bill Marolt :20 closing ceremonies will Gene Littler made a strong Jordan "We're "I was walking down the a .season.
quipped: (referring -
gold, medal contender until Frl-kilometer relay race, which Aspen Colo., skier; and George be short and simple. Instead of bid with a 31 on the par 36 front to the coaches In the dark halls of Florida gym. Villanova played the entire
quickly developed Into a battle Farmer. 25, Seattle Wash, and a parade of athletes there will nine but dropped to 37 with room) the poorer element of Coach Bob Woodruff (then second half without star play-
among Sweden Finland and Mike Hessel 21, Eugene Ore., only be a parade of flag-bearera. three bogies on the final nine the: profession. We don't have head coach) stopped me. 'Say maker and scorer Wally Jones

Russia The big Olympic torch thai He tied at 208 with British Open those $300,000 cushions (In reference boy. You're a big one. Why who suffered a hip Injury in the
OLYMPIC MEDALS After Mike Gallagher of Bares from a metal bowl held champion Bob Charles and Don to a recent out-of-court don't you come out for football final minutes of the first half.

Vt., raced the' first by slanting, modernistic tubes Whitt who each carded 71. ?' Corace the
INNaeuCN. A.....'. UM n. KlUington Winter settlement with Saturday Eve put Explorers
hW.l .Lt .f._, ,....in. 1OM tho nnm a.. f WInWrarm.is _. leg in 39:48.7. good only for 14th OlympicsAt will be extinguished. Innsbruckwill Also making an early charge ning Post. But Coach,' I remon- ahead 5958 with a long jump
-...... place Mike Elliott of Durango. A Glance take custody of the white was Arnold Palmer winner of "And" Jordan pointed out, strated 'I'm your starting shot with 1:47: left in the game
el.------------e;? ltil-. arsn. Colo., rallied with a 39:27.6 second five circled Olympic flag and the Phoenix event the past three "I'm not here talking to you tackle.' Harry Carpenter and Curt

::=:.,.:.::.:::..: i : i leg to move the,Yanks to .ATUDDAV. Thl A_..KnULT.. IrwsN.aw.eunl. a call will go out to athletes of year.. Followed by a huge gal. good people. I'm just tryingto "Coach kind of shrugged his Fromal each sank two free
.: ..:.. i 12th. Jim Shea of Lake Placid 1.. roe.M..I.I.m1.M the world to assemble four ery, Palmer shot 31 on his first : get Into my room. I haven't shoulders: 'Come out any throws for La Salle while VIIla
== .::'.:: .::',.. r N.Y., held the position for the I ...,,,u_ 11.3. _...aunhr. Au....... years hence at the next Games nine and then dropped to 38 for been able to since I got here way' nova could add only one point
NYN/710."v.YeTATa; ; 1 aN.N.M third 62-mile tour but Bower, .U..A" .CNIDULI In Grenoble France.In 69 and a third round 211, well midst rain and storm yester Coach Nurml Nelson Introduced In the final minute.

.. ::. ;: ;;:: I Iliwihltini" 1 : with the lowest time of the fourat WMr T ..m hillU ItT. _wml .ki-jumpiltf. I N- all, 38 nations were represented -down the Ii.t.Following day (Friday)." the members of the Sutor led La Salle' scoring

C.r.2." .::::;::::: 40:15.2, fell back to 13th at ...<.(.l.IL 0.."......_H.ll Mi.rM*._Ouluttt ilfifii,, Mhli Mm" _''. here with teams that totaled Saturday's play the Shug got a laugh when he Dreadnaught team and awarded with 18 point while Corace had
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:: :! :::::: the finish line. D,v. Micfc*. Duluth Minn. 1.311 including trainers field was cut to the low 60 pros told of a flowery Introductionone letter certificates.The for the
__.kl. .... e a 1 ..m..Cl..la.! Ms.N.Y.t" 17. High game however
and officials. There were actually -for Sunday's finals. A score of person gave "me at one dinner was iponsord I was Villanova' Jim Washington -
928 athletes taking part 217 or better was needed to of those 1,475 speeches I've by the Dreadnaught Booster with 21,
stay In. given since becoming coach. Club. I
+' LL I La Salle came back twice durIng -
n the game. The Explorer
4 3 d i k+ >' 4n were trailing 3734 at the halfbut
Skiers Hold
0 caught up at 44-44, then fellbehind

again by as much a*
Victory Party eight points before rallying behind -
Corace and Sutor
et INNSBRUCK Austria (AP- La Salle is now 145.Ed .
f 'The American ski team boys
and girls threw a hilarious
champagne party at the Olym + Kirkland
pic Village Saturday to celebrate
11 I *r the silver and bronze Aqr A Leads TourneyTAMPA

/, medals in men's slalom the

,.1 r *v,' +Y! iIt first ever won In men' skiing wt-Ed Kirkland took
by the United States. a two stroke lead in second
r Jim Heuga, the bronze medal rounds of the Gasparllla Invitation -

d sNr ntt winner stood on a fourth floor Amateur Golf Tournament
t a balcony and poured champagnedown Saturday, Most of the first
r on the other skier below. round leaders fell back In a s
Then he and Billy Kidd. the strong chilling wind.
Over medalist, led a whooping
Kirkland the state amateur

hollering, cheering parade champion added a 74 to his
I 1/I \ through the building where the / opening par round of 80 for alhole

American team I 11 housed. total of 144. He was two

J Heuga jumped up on a tableIn shots ahead of Stefan Van
6 the mess hall and flexed his Schenck of Clearwater with 146.

muscles to loud cheer from Paul Tarnow Jr., of Tampa
hi teammate first round leader, fell far backat
Even normally quiet Jean 152.
+ Saubert the Oregon girl who The final round will be play.ed .
won a silver and a bronze In Sunday.

II GONE-D..* ....... (O. St. PM, Mm., .f the U. S. teeM h nMMeii.4 elf the lee by women' ski events joined in Second round leader Included

....... *ft.r hit fiche with Sw irl..."i MM ...... In Olympic heekep match .t limirvck, the merriment. HOLD .A.NILLI-I..dl.'oll.: mn c.....,,*. PrnIH,,, Jo.... *f Terrence, Clif, fan Isee Dr. Archie Meekins of Braden-

Antrta, ,..,..d.,. I I. center It.lroki ...", _te. Tom Mitw ((2)) .f Milton, M.... Creeks WMnifk "TIO""L "oC".Y wows e ,1.i In Mock ear nee *t D.,..... lntnitlMl Speedway y* e.rd.y. H* skidded. *tl ever tile ton with 73-78-149.

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Grid Sunday,LAKELAND Feb PlayoffsNet i, IM4 LEDGE.I Hardee Edges Santo Fe Mulberry

Tidy Profit DividesTwo e Defeats

GAINESVILLE (AP) The Kathleen Five aXl, J 4'k

first state football playoff proved Games 'k wi ( Kathleen

financially rewarding figure released t I
by the Florida High
School Activities Association: By JACK FLOWERS the last two quarters with\I ti lrA MULBERRY MutbeJ

show Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Walls and Stan McDonald EAU GALLIE (SpecialSantaFe's High's Panthers handed Kit)!

The Class AA title game In showing the way. Walls bit Crimson Hawks strove hard leen High's visiting Red Devil
Tampa between Coral Cables One losing streak ended a red I 15 of his game high 16 points to overcome an early Eau Gal'I a 6843 non-conference batke?

and Tampa Robinson drew 11,197 1 mother extended Friday nigh t l during that time while McDonald lie advantage but couldn't quite ball defeat here last night 1 1It

paying customers. The net profit U, the Kathleen Senior. Hlg h I \ added 10 of the 12 he collected -make it here last night aa they was the 11th consecuUvl
was 1910750. .School gym for the contest dropped a 55-52 decision' to the jV jVs for Coach Don Miller's Red Devi

The regional semi-final playoff The visiting Hardee High, The Red Devils overtook Har Cast!: Coast school Us. The last Kathleen victory!

games at Jacksonville Beach 'Wildcats from Wauchula brok,I dee with five minutes and nine Friday Blghl at Melbourne, 'A r fam came against Mulberry, 5Mll(

and Gainesville alao fared well. :heir losing skid at five game seconds left in the game when Santa Fe handed Melbourne on the Red Devils' home court Ion

A crowd of 3,845 saw Robinson y handing the Kathleen High sophomore guard Garth Hess Catholla 48-17 defeat. The Dec. 17. 1963. I
I play Fletcher at Jacksonville Red Devils a 60-58 Southwest dropped in two free throws to splitting of the ewe games left The victory left Mulberry with I Ia

Beach and the net profit Florida Conference basketball give Kathleen a 47-48 margin the Crimson Hawks with a 114) record and Kathleen ]

was 14,99015. The Coral Gables- lefeat It was the first points Hess has 14-4<< record. They return to now i II 3-13 overall and 1-ld In I

Gainesville game drew 3,847 fan; It was the 10th consecutive scored since being elevated to action la Lakeland Tuesday, the Southwest Florida Confer

and the net profit was 5436,14. loss for Coach Den Miller's varsity status one week ago. tangling with the Kathleen < a enceCenter;

The profit was divided into Red Devils Kathleen Is now The lead changed hands Red Devils at the Kathleen Larry Hagan tossed

three equal portions, one-third J-12 for the seams and Ml back and forth before Katn gym. The Hawks have now ta 14 points to pace Mulberry.

to each team and the other thirdto la the SFC while Hardee been opened up a four-polnl lost twice to Eau Gallic and Eddie Murphy end Gerald

the FHSAA office stands M In the SFC and MI spread, 58-54, with one mla.ute -. once each to Kathleen and Tucker added 12 each to the

overall and 18 seconds to play. Frostproof. CASEY TALKS TO HIS MITS-Mtw Yrk Mete weeper Casey Stonst! IIT I Sellhit eitcritn winning cause.

CUBS SIGN TRIO Harde. made it a clean sweep A two-pointer by John Seattle, Coach John Mack'a Crimson whet k. tiptttt et t.... .i MM Nttlm Lotu _"ruk ..*te' e. lOr" timp ytitoro'tr St. Piron.urt. High point honors fur the

CHICAGO (AP-The Chicago f..or the night taking the jayvee closed the gap for Hardee to Hawks received a jolt Friday I* iw.erMt>dl ... Mw Meta it ct>M DM H.Neer 151w" Wttrnm (''I. (AP WI... losers went to Jack Cline with
Cubs yesterday signed Catcher c ontest 5143. Larry Allen 584'. With 41 seconds to go night when forward Dennis' 12. Cline fouled out with three

Merritt Ranew one of the ..National1Aague'a P aced the Baby Wlldcata with 12 Lamar Shackelford knottedthe FullenkamD suffered a severe .. minutes gone In the third quay
Lewis Davis led count 58-58. leg Injury. An examination at ter. Stan McDonald followed
points while at
season and top rookie pinchhitterslast outfield Devils with 14 I That set the stage for John I the hospital Friday night disclosed phstet.Wobbly Stengel's diets with 10 and Jimmy Walla had

er Billy Ott and pitcher Dick heVictory almost belonged to, Morris.' winning two points \ a broken bone-ironically Wildcats nine.Mulberry
Scott. athleen's: vanity. The Red Morris scored a layup with nine ,\ enough an old break-and the edged Kathleen 4().

Devils: Jumped off to a M lead I seconds remaining on the clock forward will be \lost for the sea Are First- 38, to capture the jayvee contest
Lewis Davis .
arty In the opening eight mln- after stealing a Red Devil paced
FHA-VA son.Mario Santa- I... with 17 point and Moore
Monte topped
back It the first and only
u tes. Hardee came strongnd pass. was
MORTGAGE LOANS Fe with 22 points and the Trounce Rebels had 11 for Mulberry.
before half of the second points Morris recorded duringthe
i FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. qa uarter had elapsed the Wild game. Hawks jumped out front 64 To Open Camp :.r.- / '1":1 =.Y.rN1. 51a'et.
0' FLORIDA but soon after that Eau Gal- t::" : 4 r.'I.I* r
c ats had Kathleen at a 14-point Shackleford netted 14 points .
"IaA//ai: 'Fiona..ou* BUSINSSS Avo.Phono d isadvantage a pace Hardee while Seattleadded lie roared back to lead and LEXINGTON Ky. (AP-Ken- I its fast break reduced the Ole ST. PETERSBURG (AP _I 'no.PI I i ioloan I ''N.M_... ..i U.-I.I
I )
MU I all' taaolanil ,
Kathleen made Its move In 13 and Pete Marovlcbilniahed never relinquished. lead. j ucky.. playing its wont game of Miss defense to a shambles. The New York Mets, last MD.ue Mom.. S. lIMatnto .,

. . .-. .. .1 with 10.Eii Friday most of night the way the In Hawkeled beaU the Mississippi season team defeated 102-5 Saturday a weak Kentucky its balanced once again presented in the National League las!5Er:.. :. j J !I-HITS" 7; I n
scoring attack became first In
year the nation
... leg Melbourne Catholic. John night to maintain its lead In the '\..... ii i ii'r./ ..... ii ii seMulhSwrr
= = .. ..ifTTjlMaador Stanton with U and Dennis Following Nash were Ted beakers to launch preparations for the ....... '" ..........
WANTED .. tight Southeastern Conference I .. .. ..
with 19 points and Larry Con- 1964 baseball '
.. :. : Newton with 12 topped the basketball season Saturday. .. fa I' n 11-C1:
i NNa.. .:,; .::::: I Hawks. race ley and Tom Kron with 16 each. Under the guidance of Manager -
I MEN-WOMEN = ,..ii I Hawks Jayvees The nationally third-ranked Glenn Lusk was the only Casey Stengel school
Walla .. .. T S I JI The Crimson ;3 Quintets TiedIn
MOM .. .... ..._e _i _s _i _I downed Melbourne Catholic 8337 Wildcats played so badly duringthe bright spot In the Ole Miss offense was opened with 32 of 38 invited
t It Mar now far U i .II Iwria 1e5 .
N:Ift"fft I"'I-asrex* 4urin tIN n .t tl m4anth_ TOTALS .. ." 1* f1 M a* MV but. like the varsity bowedto first nine minutes that they hitting 19 points. hopefuls partaking in a doublesession. City LeagueThree
Oftvornrnml nAIN..rN high. N t)44M 5 ......tIt a ...,, .Q.D.rr." m >TtWOK ,Eau Gallie 5349. They are were able to score only 13 points The victory left Kentucky witha The four absentees are
IY TH** .rvld much eratw wuntYh5n pnvaU .m>:lormfit *n4 .. .. ,,., a 4 sHl'cu but still led the Rebels by three
IlttM.p4..N.ll*..tc.darV.n .. ,Many... awaikwria rMUir & [ 15.3 for the season. 7-% SEC mark and 174 over- expected to report within the teams are deadlockedFor
or no i iBu w NSw li IL points.
or4: .: I I SANTA PC I IAU all. Ole Miss is 3-5 and 710. next week. first in the
.... Hakbarf .1 Ir .1 eALLIfl/. plats City Bat.
e / to tot i itibon 5n. tkao Jok* you Muse t toit Tho sons I300Wry. "
li kaan and li, aomo iof .... NIr MM Nt Na ::: w ..M ..,. e e a 4l MeCI", 5041.. 4.IIN. The contest was billed as a Classes will run until the full ketbaU League following this
Llnaali, Sarvleo halo tkouftanda for thoM e I -" a coring duel between Kentucky'lCotton
oraaaro [
It la ona a) tho larooit olda.t privately : : ,: ; M.na N.I & I Mets' squad Is on hand for for- past week's results.
roar t".e S M.nri. I j jir. :la SMI1.
", ., ...:: j !. Wnt0 C-h. : Nash and Mississippi'sDonnie
ol a k.1. It Mt oanaKWd tn ha M..U ._ a -.let'' a I ; mal spring training on March 1. Dick's Auto Sales downed
.... Use Informallon,... on Oovoramont 10.... Indudim, Hit. .* ". jA ..I .".. :t : ? J 4 a a i"tOhMrf a. IIi"" I I Kesslnger. the No 1 and Tar Heels The 73-year-old Stengel was in Gene's Auto Upholstery 55-52.

O au h..nd will alM MIM,tot full till...out'-...ooupan.. hid and you mail oan.....onao_-. TOO.VII :,Morria ': .: 1 I : a arotat !S :7 3I_ 1.1 "I 2 scorers In the SEC but the a chipper mood as he spent the and then lost to Polk Electric
for Iboao totta
ii se ;"53 tOTALS ;iiiiIeo. Individual match never develped. first hour the 72-71 to give all three clubs
ii ii outlining ,
.on'| dolar-ACT NOWI .. Y TOTALS.. .. ....... general a
seer,'r;. ii 5."J _1 eANTA P5 .u... .. I .. ITqNu Finally BealDeacons program to the athletes 5-1 record (n the 'league's second
I II it 1 1OIIwa5.Wuhi..a S1--e who left
x a15551 ea LI' I J..ft' Nash the fame with half.
LINCOLN SIRVICI. D.pt. 21 : ...Jap. 0101.5 aaC1i: :; A J', ". 1 about four "The main Idea Is to teach
minutes to go, finished In other
games, Electric
Pikln, IllinoliI the "
.NTA .1"e'.N' you right way to do things
O Meta Alt1 with 23 )
tm vary muck Intaroitod. Plaaaa land ... akaatutely tIt Named AD 4,llieto... '0 Ida points. Kesslnger he told them. "Most of you are swamped B&J Market (5-5S,
( A 14. U .. Oov-rp.rn.nl 5M aalarloH' <2) I........- Fry .c..n I e wound up with five points-20 and Gene's also measured BAT
ton tk l7.w to WLrw, A V,,.. aovarnmant Jak.Nomt I. iiinanlfow.. 11 1 under his young enough to avoid pickingup ,
.... ._. a wt._' I e IMNlirNnkaM1t average. bad habits. 5343. Dixie Del divided two
. . . ., . . . Age. . DALLAS (AP-Head football I 'INrweuMl ii : But Mississippi Just couldn't CHAPEL HILL N.C. (AP- If you learn properly games losing to Plant City 76-
'Coach Hayden Fry at Southern there's a here for
Strut . . . Phone 6 :Methodist University was given eYl 7,, I handle the Wildcats, even with North Carolina powered by you to jump right into the big' 50. and defeating Southeastern

= City i . ::. :. :::. :. StoliBBHsi.iH.iBB.aHBtg.iHBB.iBHB; : : : : : : : : : Saturday the added duties of TOTALS,. Iw 5l4NTOTAL.u.."' .' $ 15 ii 1145CaiNOllo tariw an the mistakes.controlled Kentucky the boards completely and- cracked Billy Cunningham's a thre.seasolbasket.33 points leagues," I Bible Southeastern's College 74-64.AI Hudson. tossed '
director the unlver- SANTA IC
athletic at Ii 1
1 lWI ball hex Saturday afternoon and Following the clubhouse lecture in 40 points In the loss to

shy.Ca R HIT WINSOLDSMAR 1 +" +" +'" beat Wake Forest 81-T3. the players went out on the I Dixie Del. It was the league's

I It was the first Tar Heel Stengel-Hugglns field diamondand highest Individual effort of the

PURSE Rupp HonoredFor victory over the Deacons In limbered up for another season
hour before taking a lunch
In two
seven games spanning three
OLDSMARl*' S. 1.Guinea's 700th Win seasons break. Then they returned to the basketball tilts Wesley Memorial

R-Hit turned ihe tables The Atlantic Coast Conference field for two more hours of work won over the Independents.

In the International Inn Handicap LEXINGTON Ky. (AP-Ken- contest was televised! in sunny but chilly 47-degree 31-1'7. and Peoples Bank tripped

1 to provide longshot players tucky basketball Coach I weather. the Catholic Youth, 71-25,
c- regionally.
? M :, with their happiest moment of Adolph I ,/
Rupp WIll honored Saturday North I Carolina's faat-break.
/I' afternoon at Sunshine Park
the night for reaching hit 700th victory -ing offense almost ran the Golfers Score I PETTIT BREAKS

S11tiB, 1 LRT.CLOTnESGA \ < Saturday.The -year-old. son of Green- as Kentucky coach. )I Deacons off the court in an BackVToBockHoles SCORING RECORDST. -

Stable's famed One Hitter Eight members of past squads action-packed first half. North /
'' won the six-furlong dash by took part In the one-half hour' Carolina raced to a 20-polnt In One LOUIS (AP-Bob Pettit ]
lMd+G aMAP ardGtw following the Wild lead with little more than
ceremony a
four lengths and rewarded his I of the St. Louis Hawk becamethe
ci backers with a $5160 win mu- cats' 102-59 victory over Mississippi. minute left in the half.(, The TAMPA W-You figure tbeI highest scorer in National

They represented Rupp's score was 45-30 at intermission odds Basketball Association

i ueL: Ambergo was second a half- Wildcat team and each team)I Put Wake Forest stormed Howard Ted4 of Tampa, Saturday night by scoring history the

length over Quick Energy R- that posted the century,.victories100th back in the second half quickly 1 using a wedge oa the 13-yard ,204th point of his career.

PRESENTS'I Hit carried the light impost of 200 etc. cutting the margin to eight be- lath hole at the Lech. Raven He hit a close-In field goal

108 pounds and was ridden by From his first team came Aggie fore a Tar Heel scoring spurt par-J gall course yesterday early In the second quarter
Jesse Davidson. Sale who played In the early 'widened its margin again. kit his lee shot The ball hit against the San Francisco War.

r RHit paid $3160, $1720 and 930s. Elmo Head represented North Carolina got a strong 1 puddle of water, bounced don

$7.60.| Ambergo returned $4 and the team that recorded the 100th second half performance from onto the green, and relied \Into Pettit entered the game needing

tPaItaqdkc1 $3 and Quick Energy $9.40. triumph In 1936; Paul Noel rep- Charlie Shatter who had 18 the cup for a hele-ln-one. seven points to pass Dolph

L resented the 1942-43 team that !points for the ,ame.I Norman St Pierre, the Loch Schayes of the Philadelphia

SIGN gained victory No. 200. I Wake Forest, its scoring well- Ravea pro playing the same 76ers, who had 19,203 through
Wallace Jones represented the balanced was paced by Ronnie feurseme. teed up and hit a Friday night

Comfort crofted Ponogra Cloth REGAN, KOCH I 946-47! team that hit the 300 'Watts' 13 points wedge shot The ball all a The 6-foot-l Pettit In his 10th

DETROIT (AP-Phll Regan mark; Lucien Whitaker came I The victory gave North Carolina puddle el water bounced onto year In the NBA became the

suits mark you as a man who who pitched more winnlnj I for the 1949-50 team that hit 400; second place in the confer. .the green and rolled Into the league's greatest all-time scorer

games than any other hurler for Gayle Rose represented the 1943- Renee on a 5-3 record. cup. with 2:30: gone in the quarter.

the Detroit Tigers. in 1963. has 55 team that recorded No. 500 I Back-to-back holes In one. The game was stopped and
prefers handsome worm-weather signed his contract, the baseball and Dickie Parsons the 1959-59 Pettit
Jim Morris and Manuel was presented a trophy
club said team that turned in No. 600. Clay ReturnsTo
Saturday. Stan
Moses both of Tampa the Muslal retired St, Louis
attire. Wrinkle-free Dacron and Rookie AI Koch Cotton Nash of the
pitcher Joined one greatest
other pair In the foursome, Cardinal great.Basketball.
Regan a IS-game winner last to play at Kentucky represented 0 Ring DutiesMIAMI testified that It happened

wool fabrics give the serene year to become the 34th Tiger this' year's squad which
you player to sign for this season got No. 700 last Monday against BEACH (AP)-Casslus Scores

I Seven. players are still unsigned. Georgia. Clay returned to the ring Saturday 49ers Sign Trio aaTVRDeV'5 COLLIOSNYV
and nonchalant of who
air a man
taking a couple off to NO.rer..sa. 45a1 Tae.

harass heavyweight champion SAN FRANCISCO (AP- .....MM'S (NY) 71. Lorolo fkloooo.ehloao
Insists on the very best' and Hits 170 MPH Plus Sonny Llston., ,Three rookie free agent linemen : 11..IN' ':t.1or't
Ir.dIw 15.
Clay went three rounds with signed 1964 contracts with C'onn ? tl.sr5"1

gets it! Wide range of newest In Daytona QualifyingDAYTONA Cody Jones and four with Dave the San Francisco 44ers. the T T.,:.: ;'ic'\t! \ ".....".. f.
,... ,. ...
Bailey. In the fourth round with club said Saturday. IN "" 51 Pur Oklahoma City n. Don or n.
Bailey Clay stood in the corner Deania rinotton T>. Dartmouth ...
Thy were
'I colors and patterns fit and BEACH (AP) soclation for Stock Car Auto Grotting .t T...._ 71 .. r4..4 5l
and did not throw a punch as 8-3. 245, tackle from Humboldt r' .,, tl, aannan. Pa. .,.
Richard Petty raised the stockcar ....... ,...
Racing. he worked dodging an4 feinting State Harold ....k..s ** tl
; Chambers 6-4 ...,. .
N |f
satisfaction guaranteed. $60.00 Y miles racing an hour record for a to 50-miler 171119 In the RCA spin Bay Dar I 145, tackle from Western Kentucky j......Ina..." 57......a....,.pory... /t..,.__t-

Saturday and along with. team nell of Deerfleld. 111., kidded his Llston sparred three rounds and Ollle Cromwell 6-4 ...SUM n.' T.00...Bunar. ChrMtian T>. tl.
1964 Ford Into Lake Lloyd alongthe with Jesse Rowdry, but press 0-.1. Toch tl Tul.... MlaoMo .
mate Paul Goldsmith established ...... .. .
Oklahoma .
It. n. M. ." ..... II.
backstretch agents said he looked sluggish. ;If_ No '.... _. ...
Plymouth as the new hot car on "" __ _H_.__ ;... ... .h MiMlMuap' state .A
.Lktnit of fan Amtrlc.n.0riee Air* .' ,: Daytona International Speedway Nr Qu.....","._.. II 11, ttonohill.,,_.to.IT ,..

w.,.. Inc., .w... ei the Ptntgrt Tr....- "I" VaMoala Prooorick' tuu 10 hints 4i Vaortlt ft Ta.
Petty roared around the 2VJ-! N.rlwwe. at. Y. U ._......... P..
week. mile high banks and straightsfive Ptw.a5NSa '. ._' ".... 70
seconds ahead of Jimmy .11.............._'- 70......area. 1'1. U.M........ oak. ...
Pardue of North Wilke.boro YaU Tl C.lufn... IJ.
T.m.l. tt N1.ra. K .
N.C., in another Plymouth. The /.5,015' se. IN.II.., Nd WMIM,1...., /4.
Fords which have been dominating It..-...,../.t...1M... tt.Hotr roan. D"M tt M.
ctes ToM4- 7. Van kmarUati T .
major NASCAR events, were .
rm M. Mtoll Colintt
left far behind. ,....... _.....ft u. __ II.
.. ,. .
,4 Ito"" 5 w. II.
Gains Pole ::=';" :.!daa .,, Vn.M. 4a.
.s N. Dew ,,,,,"t. Up T* Sn Moitthi Goldsmith did much the same ..rta.U ... (.....Ta.. ...Il.._, n.
,'...... ..
: : T* ,*,. UM Your Bank Credit Pies = in an earlier 50-mile event and Cu.,... II 10. T"- CiU C*ol,.$.,. a 52.

won the pole position for the rich Nuun 5w.M.M 51 55....":..:.:.rn.75 Mhar. 5..

Daytona 500 coming up Feb. 23. :'':'=I1-u-; :: 11.

Petty will start alongside himn t .",.... ...... ... M T1.C,1oII "". nh. .
inn 'I. .. {7.
the front row. : w. ra Tt ShiMomkuro ttTSS .

NOW A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY MERCHANDISE Goldsmith set a record of pre.Mau 52,. ;..........-. "'"- *.
170.949 In his victory but he held w._..UMnitor, Pa. 15,., CI...... ...
J ) YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED. the mark only 50 minutes-just ..mi.........Okw.. II tl., A'Xa....,wr n.. Okw ...
it took to clear the ulnan U. ONwt ttnrftana .
as long as
: TY.
.. :
l tt
c' track line up cars and run the W.aIt
ttoom kur It Chaatar *.
Open Friday flight; 'Til 9 final event. awrt LN.115: U, HryUn4 Vu. ::7.., t

Indianapolis champion Parne AMok D-lawara, TI To I. P.ee..N.Ina..A

Jones battling for third place on I 5,hooo 'oIo"d lot 11''.,,,,_, ...
the last lap in the final race, 'anan ahMn....Ilea DMr.n7.M M'I. 'L
his 1964 Mercury on the 5.I 514a 55. Waarrl 11I..1. 54.
spun Oran 15,
es. VMw 55,
west bank. He careened toward :?aMM.rod 57, waa..a.rw 74.
the top of the track then toward tan
=:-= :J-O; : It
the bottom; screeched t p It.a"00"
backward and sideways But he ; 54.54 10...0,5,4... _. 15.
OrUnda .. Masi 41, TI""u N.
O avoided the guard rail and keptit '--'.,,_U.L7Me5 .*. Mow 5Mre..ah .

upright until ha came: to a halt +sl A 0000011. tuatlo U.ilTJ1 : .
*" AaWMnr n. OunM/5A ...
unscathed. Molkourna tt. Port Pioroa
.,,' Skids Into Lake Dairtona.... I..oatroon M, ..._ta aivorouth -

207 EAST MAIN STREET Another also without Sumtar 4t, Lako Woir II.
( mishap W tw ....... U. Ha.no C.ty ...
Injury, occurred In an Auto Racing :- ONI 0* LIFI'S IITTH TRACIOIIS-Cp.itrlft.ir, lot See ..?.,.,.. C.I.M High Scho l lrt .....-. 44. Ik AuouMin* tt. 4oJOMIIW ,....

50 IMII of Auelity' Service/ fe Ms* I.> the lake.sne', Area Club of America M-miler ai unni4 t.d .p.Khl...t as deal RtdUnob Hlfb SchttJ Hems the tylne. p.isa In the clnbifmlnulu Au.-.......... .T5... Ooalo tran...II" IT
the Midwest association shared t( 4 Iggksa4ll| MUM .t Son "m.rdin.. Wirat, Rutland! weal in ta win 45.41. lA'yi.phot.1 Kioninmao >. 51 el.ue II.
the speed with the National As- ) ,lorio... canVal aa Mane Dora S<.ktaaokprkllto

I y TS. Invornoai 41.2D .


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Feb. I 1M4 S-D
Sunday ,


Terriers TripLakeland t I Louisiana Lass

''Wins Golf TitleI

7666By I PALM BEACH!: (AP) -

(|Barbara Fay Whit of Shreveport -

P La, won the Women'

JACK SLAYTON Golf Championship of Palm

I Ledger Sport Editor 1 Beach Saturday In a S and 3 victory

I Six big points by lanky Andy Owens In the final two min over defending titlist Nan..
Roth of Hollywood.
of play gave the H.llsborough; Terriers a thrilling 76-66 cy
lutes It was the 23-year-old Mia.White' *
Conference the Lakeland Dread-
cage victory over
third victory In four
a x naughts[ here Friday night winter tournament She previously -

The ten-point spread Is no indicator. of the closeness of the won tourney at Sebrlng

game as Lakeland closed the gap to 66-44 with but two minutes and Ormond Beach. Mill Roth
to play Then Owen collected his six points, three of them on FORTY S'ICKS-Th. .... loses Homrlck. out Honry Huntf won the other tournament-the

lyw a basket and foul to send Hillsborough out front by a safe Dun4o. *. ctMtht 40 specks. tt Lake. fleece eta *f JoimlnoV Helen Lee Doherty championship

margin The Terriers widened the gap as Lakeland put on the. FUMna Corn*. at Fort Lauderdale.

d press In an effort to recover from Owens' coup de grace. McBRIDE SIGNS The Shreveport girl was two-

The loss snapped Lakeland's) LOS ANGELES (AP)-The! over.par for the 15 hole, played

5.game win streak and droppedthe official but thinking he had, he Bradley Loa Angeles Angels' ace right.. on the Breaker Golf Club

I Dreadnaughts to 7-5 In loop dropped the ball. Oenbrlnk ander, Ken McBride turned Ia i It I course. Miss Roth was off her

) play and 12-S for the season pounced on it and dribbled In signed 1964 contract today,. usually steady game. Early In

L_ They host Winter Haven Tues- for an easy layup, much to the The pact calls for $30,000, making the match she wasn't hitting
; < day night. A packed Senior delight of Powell. Upsets McBride the highest paletcher I hard enough and later she overshot -

High School gym crowd of 1,800 Both coaches after the game on the staff ( the greens _
watched the contest with a goodly were uphappy with the officiating.

number of Terrier fans on "I State to yelp about
hand. Both junior high schools the calls but I felt they did WichitaPEORIA

turned out en masse In an effort a poor job" declared Shiver "
INSULT MY KITCHEN-M.I Murrf.ck.. eleht. In
aaamt .*..., M kp Id. Cdrtl>w.lta, ....t.., for .sy unkind. canunanM th.t Cartnocir' o rtuldrMilitary And they couldn't have seen Powell her at Lakeland Senior 111\. (AP) Reserve 1It1fe"

Immtw for the City .f Llk. ...".., Might m..k. ckmt Myr4ock'i. kitcktn. At Uft b C. a .huper.and closer contest. High In '57 when Lakelandwon Junior guard Leon Hall fireda

Willi.", ., D..rai Tl|.. ...... ....t *.4v.n<. M." for .,...1... the TIart.wK form focllity. Wll. Twice the Terriers seemed to the Florida State Class one.handed shot from IS feet

li.", MWHI hippy .> I,. Kawt C.rfhw.lta vtrrtklr.f at ""ic. .m4. i...It..,." TK Dcrrait' Lily have the game wrapped up. AA title. in front of the basket as the

C...., will Vfin; "..t Saryrddy. m.rnlii' | hero .".4 fe.t.._ Man Datr.i r.ekla. .|M( withraya They sported a t-polnt edge In "This Is the first time since game ended giving Bradley a

af >....iili< T1M fonnf. ....... Ladgar. Pk... ly H.I> the third period only to have I've been coaching that I really 7674 upset basketball victoryover
Lakeland cut It to S points. felt we got 'jobbed' out of the Wichita Saturday.

At the outset of the final period game. I feel the officials beat The loss was the fourth.

they led by II but again us," solemnly declared Powell. ranked Shockers' first In seven DORADO

Detroit the Dreadnaughls bounced "But the kids did a fine job of Missouri Valley Conference
Early Camp back to close the gap to but hustling and some day we're going games. Their over-sll record Is

two points 6442. Owens hit to get the breaks and give 17.4. Bradley Is 4-4 and 13.5. VISA

on a basket and Lakeland some people a lot of trouble. 1 Bradley led all the way In the
pruned the margin to IM4 on felt the officials let the
big boys
first half holding 38-32
4 edgeat
Dan Sherman's long shot. (Jackson and Owens)
get away Intermission
ss sophomore
Opens Here Saturday Then Owens ruined matters with too much under the bas Eddie Jackson made 13 of his SUIT
with his
6-polnt splurge ket. The big plays they missed total 23 points
the fact Owens
Despite topped and in a game like tonight's
both teams with 25 points he that will beat you." Wichita went ahead 42.41 In
got plenty of help from sophomore the first minutes of the last half 6500
The smack of the bat and the pounding of the mitt will be heard aallIn Lakeland startIng Ronnie Jackson another Owens, who I Is averaging 25 From then on the score was tlecfour

Saturday morning at Tigertown when the annual Detroit Tiger early camp gets underwayfor 6!.foot.5 beanpole on Coach Bobby points per game was able to times i and the lead changednine
hit when the Terrier
on key play ,
a two-week period. Shiver's five, and scrappy needed It. And three times Wichita's biggest Tailored / '5"
The camp will conclude Feb 2S with the Detroit Tigers opening regular spring drills Feb guard J. T. Gulda Guida led time he sunk baskets while lead was 71-64 with 5Vi minutes into anespecially / "II I'.

29 at Henley Field. The Early Camp will Include quite a few players on the Detroit Tiger the Terrier floor attack droppedIn being fouled and then followedup to play. Heading the surge was fuioInterpretation / / 1

regular roster along with promising farmhands from the Tiger affiliate. Six of the Tiger four big baskets In the second i" with the foul shot for a Dave Stallworth with six points l I; I

farmhands who cavorted for the Lakeland Tiger last summer will be on hand beginning Sat. period when Owens was key Ipolnters.Both In the final seconds Hall o( young.idea
urday. roosting on the bench with three used made' his only .points of the styling expressly fur '
teams a zone defense
fouls otherwise Lakeland
The two-week session will be and gave game scoring the decisive the .In.build
with the Terriers using a young I tthat's
fits He finished with 16
I field goal as the gun sounded i
supervised by Tiger Manager while Jackson got 15, 11 of themin press near the end of the first our Dorado\ '
j Slants on Sports Charley Dressen making his: the big first half. half to pick up needed points Vila suit Woven of ( N

first appearance here as pilot of Sherman was a deadly after Lakeland had tied the I the original 53% Dacron I'' il..

the Bengals. Dressen will also shooter for Lakeland with 22 score 33.33.When WolverinesTrim Jlolye ter.-45'" wool r a i f

The Big Bonus have coaches Bob Swift Stubby points but once again Coach Hillsborough moved to 2-ply yarn >ou'll find itf four

Qvermire and Pat Mullin on Sonny Powell had four men In an 11-polnt edge In the final Dorado Visa 1N. i I 1 t '
hand to assist him along with double figure Paul Jackson period the Dreadnaughts went collection: mirrors criMP I : '

managers of the Tiger farm picked up IS and Jo Shelnut into a full-court press and stayed IIUniCHAMPAIGN. J\lweolorll1l1land i .
I Days May Be O'erBy clubs: Frank Carswell Syra- and Bob Oenbrlnk each had 12. that: way for the entire period. features styling and

cuse; Bobby Mavis Knoxville: The Dreadnoughts sported a It was effective until Owens quality second to none '

plus scouts Wayne Blackburn, 4-point edge midway in the sec ruined matters III (AP-Bll In its class
Bernie deVlveiros. Ed Kata- Despite the Terrier height advantage
ond period for their only lead. Buntin and Cattle Russell
JACK SLAYTON tines and George Spencer Don ahead both Paul Jackson and
They went on two quick helped Michigan strengthen Its
Editor Lund minor league director Shelnut did a good job under '
Ledger Sports baskets by Oenbrlnk. His second Big Ten basketball lead with I 00
will assist in the operation of the boards. Both teams rarely
and tri when
Cy Williams has known heartbreaks came Tommy Tompkins 13-82 victory over Illinois Satur
umphs during his long career as a scout for the De- the camp. of the Terriers sought to, took wild shot*. They moved

troit Tigers. One heartbreak came when the Cleve- The players will undergo I call time out. Apparently be the ball and sought to take thee day.The triumph was the sevens GANT
shot they wanted to take. Iwas
land Indians signed pitcher Sam McDowell Lake- dally coaching sessions with didn't "communicate" with th ,. one of the sharpest prep In eight games for the second

land fans will recall he starred for the Lakeland Indiana squad games beginning abouta games seen here in severs ranked Wolverines while Illlno 5 Shirt will .Ilir
in the second half of the 1960 baseball season. week after be the camp opens.Some Basketball Scores years. dropped back with a 3-2 record. H.w STRIPES "
at Henley
may played '
Williams chased McDowell for three years and Field but most of them roioay sues SCHOOL And there Is a poislfcUity Russell scored the f fam For thii Sprinf.LOUIS..
P him pitch most of his the last two sea I/..la. Air ".._l.mp ... Ounalla* ... the two teams could possibly first basket and Michigan neve
saw games will be at the Tlgertowa dia :-. {5. ........ *...rviw 57.LN. '
Indians ... ._ meet In the finals of trailed Illinois tied the gam e
sons. But at the last minute the Cleveland w. 1P. C.un" N again
moods .. .., ...
LtWkiirOanla .
three times the last being 30 3 0
.. .. ., the Region III tourney Lakeland
snuck in and signed him. He once signed an unknown 4* MtlMnriw c.n. each.u.
Player listed on the Tiger .. Is favored to win the before the Wolverine spurted
and for few it .. .
kid to a Tiger pact a springs L. W.lr T Claimant 41.Fl
roster who will be here IncludePitchers : IL Group I tourney here Feb. 28- to a 39.34 halftime lead.
appeared Detroit had one of the finest looking left- Bob 1.7?::ncr: Lanovaa*"NN WIMwaa 4STa .
Pete Dustal In the
Craig times
arM 14 OL Clau 41.Ocala 21 while Hlllaborough Is favored Several early
handers in the game Gene Host. But Host was Dick Egan Fritz Fisher, Doug r6 L.r Saraaota.. OJ Fl..rfa'01rathar D and S SIOtuart In Group 10. Lakeland second half Illinois pulled with.in GOLDSMITH
slightly eccentric to use a euphemistic expression Gallagher Jack Hamilton, 41 Y. .,.. a..e. 44Malaaurna would meet the Manatee area one point of the lead but never -

and after knocking around briefly in the big Frank Lary Joe Sperms, catch' .14 M.Ban IS.,,aallia.,._City.41uaurna'ala .. 71.Trantan winner In the first game of the could overtake the Wol CLOTHES rot rue YOUNOJN.MILDVVVVWWWW

leagues, dropped the sport. era John Burrows, Bill Freehanand ,.......M.. 16 Cmtal Wixttr ft N..Ci.IlT.. Region III tourney with Hills- rerlnesBuntln. *
Cy like all major league scouts has been caught In the John Sullivan; Infielders N.err. (mrrn Ocao-amr. ..,N.N.wN7.?. U, fill. borough meeting the St. Pete scoring 22 points In

dollar squeeze of late. In the past decade the price of signing Ray Oyler George Smith and VHIi.tait II. ITWinter N. \ area winner In the other the first half led all scorers
"wed N
a prep phenom has reached almost ridiculous heights $50,000 Jake Wood; Horton outfielders and Purnal r ... I.s Central M,U.Orlai N..tfa...Kdaawatar. In Th. Mill.Maunt ittar. .I game. The Terriers have defeated with 37 while Russell dumpedin
$73.000 and even $100,000 have been paid out in bonuses to Goldy, Willie George every St. Pete area 28.
,.... ,
Thomas. Oara Schaal ST M.n/ "
.nmDletelv untried oreo Dhenoms.. Some have made Rood but a team they've played this year SEERSUCKER
large percentage i have flopped, many dismally while others Lary and Tom Fletcher currently O07'i. ;... 10.Oak Mitres5.ftirioa, M Sanfard. M.iVlanda In the jayvee game Steve Bear To
the roster ..NM1. Ortana. Calanlal. H Stuns with 19 points led Lakeland Papa Rule
be- on Syracuse
prolonged the fiasco over several seasons In the minors aides t?. Tituawllta ...
and living In Lakeland duringthe a M... 4*. Winter Oar4an lakavlaw 14 to a 6349 win over the
fore dropping baseball Orlanda ..n. S5. a,ihaa Maori .4t That Chicago Bear
off season will be both Patar.fcuro *9tm Ciaoa ... faraanarina Terrier Pups. It gained revengefor SPORT
Two year ago the major adopted a rule which will seeking to overcome arm ailments 01Claarwatar. *0, ., tar.kuro Di'ioDunMin Lakeland' loss to the Terrier Den Again In '64 4
do as much to cut off the big money as the bonus rule Lary pitched for Detroit ".Iltn. ... jayvees In the Christmas
tried ten years ago. It sets up a first-year draft permittingclubs and had a 4-1 mark and Nrrr .(.I. et fatankur S.hN jayvee cage tourney hereMiLLiiooouax I CHICAGO w-George Halas.
to draft first-year rookies from other farm clubs. '.2 at Knoxville. Fletcher did It. Pataraaur ht"NUn Narthaart Nah 1/. .>_lNN,.. 15t t,7.NThan.un FG FT PTA rr TP who recently celebrated his 69th GOATS
Admiral I.... ... ..... . .
The only way the major league club can protect the first not hurl an Inning. He was a ._ ... .u J.Moc. .. 5 Na birthday, said Saturday he definitely
of the bonus sign** from the University ....1. Sl ".nc. ... . HiILLtlOKOUOH would coach the Chicago
them to the roller parent
year men I I. to move up 5..... M..I.n St InrN N. 511.515IN. . 1 a0w.n.
club. But here the major Inserted a real Joker. The first- of Illinois. Friday he .._,*....villa N M..n.Area.*...... .tlraa l., Mew hNSons ., ::,:; :: ..i i i i :! Bear again In 1964 of Dacron I Cotton
not charged against the 40-player maximumlist reported his arm felt "good 10. :.. His statement to The Associated
year men are ..._I.. to. tart 5-7 5MMh.ar 1. and In
and I feel that I'll be able
to Trim
CKarlalto. T*. .... ii ii iiL''U''D Press ended growing
but Military 71 fe
which also Includes players out on option againstthe TOTALS 71
pitch this *easo ." Icu'h...' 01. e....... CardinalMaanay I IFO rumors that the National Foot 1 quit good taut. -
from to September. *7
M-man list In vogue May FT 'T" 1rN.nul T.
J.e.Nnrll5,7,5 Kanny t>, J..aNn 5 S IsN ball League pioneer might bow It all adds up to
The former Lakeland Tigers {
Regardless of whether or not the youngster Is kept on the villa allaa....... 0.n :-:.:.:-:. 'i e 1 I 71 "
In camp Saturday Include pitch cfcaaiwilla .. Tl acktaovilll Sn.alawaaa 5 S 1 /5im4NK out In favor a younger man that look\ Enlwm-cd)
team he's charged against the 25 man roster Thus a club Ronnie Chander J.c.NnrJ515.I5)/ ( 71. JackMnvilla S e C 1 SOMIrm5. Rumor persisted that the
TS Jim Brown . 1>y colon of the
.. .
.. ...
with four or five first-year men could be cut down to a playing and Bill Lewis; Infielders J.e.NnNla Uc.h. N. JaeaanrllN JN5n .. .. S 5 I 5 II Bear owner would step down as Curibliean lirr aro
roster of 20 to 21. In most cases first-year men are of Mike Christino and Larry Rojas .. ... TotaLS ii' ii al ii N, coach while he was at the I
Jacn.anviUa Parkar Tl Jackwnvlllatana I.... .. .,....", cool and crlipirorsucker
little use during that season they're carried on the major Chandler and Brown are both e.II.... N.4.. N.... IILandan If n IS 11-1S height of his career His team
4OHiaiala unort
league club's roster seeking to bounce back after CI.. H.an 17, 0..",..Hi P. K. Vdnaat AKILAND_ .alla II.> an.eow, won the NFL championship in
"I would imagine the day of the big bonus Is on the wane," suffering arm ailments last .H.Auouatlna II. Lafca City 47Tallahataaa December by defeating the New "oal8ou'li wear for

Williams, who is here to open Tigertown for next Saturday'sDetroit year. uthartord Laan I). S7, Panama City York Giant 14-10 In regular lrem and earl
...... ......._ .
Early Camp opined: "The rule charging first year Besides the list of players .0. tt, at. AuouaUna H OaLan., J.41unnall aa.h'. DREADNAUGHT season play, the Bears had 11 t n

'men against the 25-player limit and the risk of losing a $50,000 scheduled to be here others may lilies' *4. Li.. Oak IIlaytana victories, one loss and two ties 1 Young-ldra

bonus player for $8,000 means that from now on scouts will drop in and workout with the La.. "" .'Mainland. '"70' "oainMvilla ... SCORING Halas coached the West' tri UilnrfJ, of Dacronpoly..r

second third and fourth look at a youngster Tiger. a,..r ... .ranlord 17. umph over the East In the Ail- and
have to take a e 10 PT' T.
bonus." The Early Camp Roster: Ml Oara 7*, U.CamdM lu.t.t County MVula I...Man .. I' 115 II 757I,7sNn Star Pro Bowl last month and cotton for the
him for a big .o1. .
.. .
before signing If 77 15 5550NI 1
Pitchers: Brown Chandler tarha anrilnm II,77 Farnand WHita,Ita tarin MM .. If 11 la 114 was presented the game ball by .In-build.

A Prep Phenom, The Great Unknown Craig, Jack DiLauro. Bob Dusal. ...am...,...77.., .Columfeut HUH II.(touMl IM .... O.n..I" ... .,. II II"0" I.10 .no'h.nu' .. his squad k i young

Egan Fisher, Fletcher Man am, H UM ,an M. Soils M.aml H H IIM .au.1e..... ............ k 71 21 II If LI1S 10 II
Williams went on to explain: "I sign a boy on the basis of Gallagher Hamilton, Hugh Har- : :ami Id,lan .n. .M.ami Central M:I c.. . 11 I IIJ.n. *
,.. .. .. S IS !
what I observe and know. I can determine In any contest din. John Killer Vern Holtgrove, Palmatte M,.,, Narthawatarn H LLean II, Miami II Andar* ..Id,.' .. 1 I 5 14T.nInNs
... . 75
.. S a I
whether he has speed-ju&t look at a stopwatch-whether his Lary, Lewis, John Skulley M..n........ 41 Miami M.II...... AtadamvCaral 1 : 1S: 3500
:; :;:
I Cvrry 1
Gene Voss. 01.
arm Is of major league caliber and whether or not he has Sparma Park 44. Mantifnar Pace MM I
talent. Catchers: Arlo Brunsberg, Don .ami ,outhwMt ... Caral. G..'" IIVart TOTALSImluaaa r ..'f1.o.Nf N ..IM 1110N0 I
fielding Laudardala Maya 17 CNN arh
"But I have no way of knowing whether or not he's going Bryant Burrows, Freehan Bill Mearaw1.. N_LM N ..,,,.. af /1/51. I r'ed t
to hit major league pitching By the same token I can see if Fulk Sullivan.

a boy has a good fast ball control and possibly a good curve. Infielders Ike Brown. Chris 't

Whether or not he'11 get the major league hitters out is soother ino, Dave Kelly. Oyler AI Ric-
cieutl. Rojas Bill. Roman. Le- (
thing geant Scott Smith. Chuck Stevenson
the slightest way of knowing just what
"And I haven't Jack Whitehouse Wood.
will do when h* gets sway from home for the
the boy
Outfielders John Go .
: Faehr 1
first time. These are the Intangibles. In the past many dy Jim Goodwin Horton Paul Clink t1UTSWLG1iG
risk It and alga the boy for a
have been willing to
clubs bonus. But now that they stand the chance of losing Pavelko Thomas. t :!\ 1i' P C I IF YOU STILL NEED A WINTER SUIT OR
big .
him In the flrst-yesr draft or being forced to Jam their j ; oflnnor. end PIN 1.1.:2 j PRICE'

rosier with first-year men to protect them Ihey'r takinga Twins Sign 35 cad, family a.SpsOPEN WE STILL HAVE SOME AT

second look before plunking out the big money. ,
still be bonuses But they'll be few and far b
'There will Of 40 PlayersST. 8130 A.M.-11:00 P.M.
between. The day of throwing money around Is over. Even if ;I OpeSI'TA !
lose it a1I\ year later at $8.000 a crack." ; RENTAL CLUIS1dtt@ 9 '.M. rMendSy
William added ( )Three additional signing : .
The Tiger scout said the Detroit organization was one were reported Saturday by the : and
last In signing boys ) "rlJ.y, L
of the top learn In the majors year Minnesota Twins bringing the

about M In all. "Some teams are cutting way down. Some American League club's signups

figuring they'll do better by picking up promising to 35 of a roster of 40 .1"
are eves
youngsters In that first-year draft. The result Is the Latest returning signed contracts '

curtailment ol the excessive payments In the past.-* for 1964 were first base- ., 51. CENTER I fAr &

The Tigers were lucky last year. They kept Bill Faul on man Don Mmcher, pitcher Ger- & ,

their roster to protect him. And he developed Into quite a ry Arrigo and outfielder Joe ; 1740 Nw Tampa Hwy, #

man. winning five and losing 6 (usuallythe Joisek.: 1 : 686.0613
for nt-year
pitcher a lucky if he wins a single game). But Still out are outfielders Harmon -
first year pitcher and far between so major league Killebrew Bob Allison and Jamie Jackson, 121 S. KaruckyL s H 0 P
fellows like Faul are few Tony Oliva first baseman Dick I IT'S THI LIMIT-Lokolondon. Mr. sad Mr.. R. I. Jon*. Golf Professional .
or two a year on their 2S-man roe I k l nd, Flo.DON'T
club can only afford one Reese and pitcher Camilo Pas- ""Iht their limit in specks. .t Lake. Kulimmoo; out of Crop

ICshaaed 50 P555 4.D. Cel. 1.21 cuaL Hommock. C....,.

rKEESundabII e -


"crnTrpoCKST POLK ROUNDUP Finals Today

SPORTS OF THE TIMES 'ISH/NO CAMP Plant City Clinches Tie '

<. ; In Club GolfITournament

I A Boxing Voice For SFC Basketball' TitlePLANT

CITY The Plant west Florida Conference basketball .I
City High Planters clinched It win over the Pasco) The Cleveland HeIghts men

least a tie for the Southwest High Pirates of Dade City here Club golf championship 'hou

--.,- Florida Conference title here Friday night be decided today with a i 36-

Friday night and extended Its The Highlanders' Lee Debaut between Bobby HIM
By ARTHUR DALEY ha seemed to dismiss the SFC
victory streak to 31 led
con the
charge with 30 points a former champion and 80
@Nbt U.k Clmr meatiest part of his story with secutive
by handing the Bartow followed by Ronnie Shelton's 20 McManus Sr.
NEW 'r'ORK-Thi. may seem only a casual reference la the High Yellow Jackets a 57-41 and
John Marston's 11. Indlvktual -
a trine late to be discussing final paragraph. It was only defeat The defending champIon!

the claim of the rascally Jack because It didn't appear par The Planters' deadly duo game honors went toPaaco's Chuck Terry, was eliminated!
(Doc) Kearns that he had ticularly significant in that Mike Rollyson and Gerald Dan. Lake John Hancock with 31 a week ago by Hlmon In.a ]
Wales made It
loaded the gloves of lackDempsey era of skulduggery and sharp- ley supplied the knockout a clean semifinal match. McManus I
punch sweep for the night copping the knocked eff .
with plaster of par Is dealing. with 22 and 21 points Roy Peters another
Vila concentrated jayvee encounter, 6041. former club champion !
Immediately before the heavy. Instead lively Tommy Howell led aa,. ,

weight championship fight on the future rather than the tow with 16 points.BAHTOW Devils EATING SIZI n... tweTkr M the ether semifinals match-

with Jess Willard. But a yellowed past in an Interview with Jim. -Walkar ._,1. C....,. 'Trapped'WINTER .... ere Jiss tI''t fae ........ .f the championship night.
I I I has just Deforest Dempsey't train ise 5.a'-a. H._' ,._... ...10.....". Finals In all other
clipping my flighu |
-.a-e i.iI.rd_ .a-e, c_.. se-a. HAVEN-The Win wtr ..*fk. ky MtlvliiGikki ,

reached this desk and It opens er and chief second In the. SUCCISJ- *k y. BUB Twnmy Twnvlilni *f Ua.il'**. had a :.t25T _ciTy-c._.. .,,., ..s-5s wa ter Haven High Blue Devils fell .( HtHctck tttmmt, Ukt.t both regular and consolation, I
a fascinating new avenue for fight with Will.rd. They discussed a.a-a, Aayeua 1 -, w.e i are due to be completed teds .
the likelihood of a ivcctatM, de, .. Lake Pltrtt ekes. sissy ttusht 20 Mcki isles ". M""** *.5aIs' aa. _ir. a.a4T I Into a Bradenton Manatee High 4, baa) ,K*.,k.tt pit twriif
exploration. 1O ..... Those matches will be over an
exhumed bout between the Manassa MiutMri nilimtwi ewe tf She Cherry Ptcktt Fl 1.k Ceep. .""TOW. I "Trapp" here Friday night and L.k.I..4 M ski. ..., cud
The clipping was "LANT tit! 18-hol. route.Following 1
L CITY II II IS lost a Western Conference baa Nit
::1 UrfMf
wtikt4 T V ..
I by S. J. Riccardi and It contains Mauler and Georges Carpcn- ..
ketball play today the&
the column that Joe Vila tier of France. FISHING HUNTING Etheridge StarsAUBURNDALEBooty I 68-57. game to the visitors W.H.Me w.. ftki! eat ,| ,... hit will be a buffet supper tonight

one of the more noted boxing Deforest saw not the slight beginning at 9.30 in which
authorities of his day. wrote est chance of the Frenchman Ethe The "Trapp" was Richard
awards will be made
for the New York EveningSun beating a tiger like Dempseyand Plan To Solve ridge tossed in 49 points here Trapp who scored 22 points the Porsons-DeMarse club tourney winners for to both the

on June 30, 1920. What predicted a quick knock. Friday night to lead the Au. same number Bobby Downs netted men and The

gives it extra credence Is thatit out within three rounds. He 1'- burndale High Bloodhounds over for the losers, 14 of them in Cop Shuffle Match the Cleveland women. Heights membersof Won .

appeared slightly less thana was not too wrong. Jack the Halnes City High Hornets the last quarter. Esther Parsons and1' en's Golf Association have been)

year after Dempsey had took It easy before flattening Wafer Problem 95-71 In a Southwest Florida Winter Haven salvaged a DeMarse teamed to win Walter holding a club handicap tourney

massacred the Pottawatomie Carpentier in the fourth. Then Conference cage contest. split for the night by taking the Friday morning shuffle the for women.

giant the trainer wheeled abruptlyInto The 49 points garnered by jayvee opener 47-41. at the Civic Center courts tourney with The supper It sponsored by
to discussion of the slaughter the 6-3 ace eclipsed the 1927onegame
The Kearns version soon a a 60-31 win over Harold the Women's Association.

become part of what now will at Toledo a year before. By FRED W. JONESFishingHunting mark set by Booty's Hoqon Nets 44 ..M".... ...._eny. Damude. :-:

be a posthumous book first Here's the way Vila handledit Editor brother Frank Etheridge to I finals for the rarnswortn fish dinner in the

hit print In Sports Illustrated In his final two paragraphs. establish a school one'game BRANDON 44-point Indl In earlier prizes Cubs Complete

\ almost 45 years after the his- "Dempsey followed my In. We have two letters from people who are vitally Interested record. vidual scoring spree by Larry DeMarse matches Parsons. ,
toric butchery at Toledo. It structions to the letter" said in Lake Panasoffkee as are many people in this area. Etherldge's 49 markers overshadowed Hagan powered the Mulberry' and Roy Paul Floyd Prescott Player Signings ".
doesn't necessarily follow that Deforest "I had told him the 33 netted by Louis High Panthers to a 94-43 Tam. while

the passage of time may have that after landing six lefts to These are interesting because they represent two opposite Witcher in a losing effort pa Bay Conference basketball Damude Farnsworth downed CHICAGO (AP-The Chicago

warped the Doc's recollectionof cut the right loose for Wil views Auburndale took the jayvee victory over the Turkey Creek Agnes Carter and Neta Me Cubs announced Saturday the

the truth. The man never lard's heart. The first time From Jim Veal who operates Pans Vista Lodge a fishing contest. 6443. High Gobblers here Friday Ginnis.and 40-1. and Freddie Johnson signing of the last man on their

did have any regard for the Jack drove the right home It MAINIt CITY Wltehar 11.11_11. night. Jim Reed 28-26. Car. 1964 baseball rotter.
camp on the outlet of the lake comes a report on the fishing c_...... 4.t-It. scrap |.e-.. Wil." er-McGinnls: downed John
truth. He may have been an was all over. Willard's heart .,Kit.VrT a"t:Uii: ....--. **.." James Moran paced the boat It was the fifth year In sue-
a Cunningham
amiable but he was a broken and he couldn't ; and Gerald cession that the Cubs
rogue was mssff?.ys&ssnsnt.t-... quintet with 17. 6334. Con"I were first
nonetheless. withstand a continuation of J.eS. Mulberry turned back in the major leagues to com
rogue TAMP* say Sunday. *- Hi.h ti.a, ti4t C.Ni.g aan 5.54, Jan. 545 Baatham *. Turkey A
:\ t Kearns was a schemer and a such terrific body punches. 4tl7 N>w ui.* m.| Ill Mtt*mm 2 IS, Da. riaaa "I.j: aata, 5.10 ..mi ,ma.n ntaa. .-...--. rwmint. >-*-., Wa.larl *. TalAlaBoara Creek 4824, In the jayvee play. of 24 courts was In plete their contract slgmngs,

I conniver. His nefarious machinations Dempsey's left did great execution Mfi.... r>b. ... .*... HUH. ldM.. Sitt ....... It:M ......, !.... ""... MAINI* .uartarat tlTY It II It tl_ clash. Thursday and the sixth straight year they
Tl night.
over the years were but his right really settled til: mm. ., tilt mm.i win, rlw*. Ill ......1 MU SI* ..... mo. ..... *INNBALC .. it at si at-ti i Lydia Som-I led the National League in this
SO ai>4
m.| tth m men and Walter Jackson
j never hindered by scruples the Issue. u \ Miners Bombed ,department
Its had none. He boasted that "When I handled Kid McCoyI Lake Wales RompsLAKE ; downed Eva Bell and H. D.

he 'had cheated before the used to bandage his hands I which he predicts will get even better shortly when the bass FORT MEADE -The Fort Vlmer, 55-13 to win theD'r.;.

Willard fight while bandaging with a certain kind of adhesive go to bedding and some comments on water levels etc., Including WALES A 61-polm t Meade High Miners bowed Your-Partner shuffle tourney
the hands of the unaware tape. As soon as McCoy I coring spree by three playeri 1 7650 to the Lake Placid High and the gasoline prize.

I Dempsey. Instead of talcum drew on the gloves the tape : powered the Lake Wales Higl 1 dragons here Friday night In a They also downed Ruth Proud-

powder he used plaster of hardened and as a result. he "The lake and river still showing an increase In water Ilghlanders to a 77-55 South. Ridge Conference basketball foot and Frank Tollgaard 31-

paris which was soaked later was able to Inflict unusual evels. Plans are to remove the sheet piling dam In the outlet engagement. I IS. and Jason Baade and Mike

with water. When the plaster I wound Demp- Larry Barwick paced the Karr 5322. Bell-Wimer de-
punishment. since the water level of 39.5 msf has been met. The lake level
hardened the fists were like sey's hand with the same losers with 23 points while Jim: eated Sam Proudfoot and Nina

t concrete. Or so the Doc said. kind of bandages, which Wil. itself Is up around 41.4 which is close to 3 feet above the re Hendrix I sank 22 to lead the Cadmg, 4337. while Proudfoot-

Skeptics raised eyebrows st lard inspected. The story corded low of 38.4 during the dry spell ," Dragons Tollgaard beat Harry Blaker

do this fanciful yarn and the that Dempsey wore aluminum Then from Gordon Bassford who lives here in Lakeland Fort Mesde managed a split and Paul Scaglione 6229.

most enterprising skeptics of pads over his knuckles Is a lie for the night, winning the Jay.
all were some Milwaukee Jour His bandages became hardened but has a place on Panasoffkee comes a letter which says, vee contest 5040. Lakeland GolfersChamberlain

nalisti. They followed the no doubt and that was 'In pan *'. Then Jack Irving one of the most aggressive

Kearns procedure exactly as why he cut Willard's face to citizens in Sumter County finally put a dam across the out. FSU fie
the Doc described It. The ribbons."
plaster crumbled and was The mention of "aluminum let and after that one was taken out another was put in with Lakeland Dreadnaught and

worthless.Yet pads" would seem to Indicate a little more permanency. Spring Grid Chamberlain Chief golfers bat-

there was one Inescapable that there must have been "We now have the finest crop of young bass In history the led to a 3/-3/ tie Friday In

fact about the fight some some suspicion even then of Drills Feb. 24 a Western Conference golf
large ones are again going on the beds in the shallow
'k thing which has awed and purlied destructive foreign substances water. match played in rain.

historians throughout the Inside Dempiey's gloves. The We can also drive big boata anywhere with no difficulty. TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Coach Tom Derringer (37) of Chamberlain .

years Willard was a tremendous discredited Kearns tells a discredited "However at the present time our fish population and Bill Peterson announced Saturday downed Mike Jackson

man. six and a half feet story with his plasterof water is again threatened by cries of 'out with the dam!I' 1 that spring football drills (42) of Lakeland while Jim

tall and more than 250 pounds.He parts. But the Deforest tale respect the rights of everyone but I alao know the most Im would begin Feb. 24 at Florida Crumpton (43) of the Dread -

also' was the defending of "a certain kind of adhesive I portant subject In the State of Florida right I la State University. naughts and Bill Bower (43) of
now water
and S-to-4 favorIt con SCHLITZ TAG-*...... Hi.'
champion a tape" sounds both plausibleand The Seminoles will work four Chamberlain tied. The Cham
trol. I don' be
want to old
a> man when we get it
*. Dempsey was 185 bounds logical. How else could a permanent days a week for five weeks. The berlain pair won a point. 5* of Uktl.n. haMs a>* Juk

of coiled steel springs.. single punch'' splinter-1 cheek 'lfWpk. Panasoffkee I I"Pltase fourth week of the practice will Joe Lewis (40) of Lakeland 1O.IM Pickerel) .. ttutMlwrth

1':1 I Dempsey bobbed and weaved bone Into 13 pieces? inform me as to how we might best push this MINNOW' RESULTS J.. close March 21 with a game between edged Tom Tagged (48) of la(!"?' .via tt U.tl
In the preliminary maneuver movement to the best Interests of everyone In the county. Maine .. IllS CelMmBHj St.. aquads.Peterson Chamberlain but Roger Whld- Pi.rse) cut .. Jnnlr>..' FfthCcma ...,

Ing. Then he struck. His left "The people of the Kissimmee River area have water con L..I..4. ,*",>r that. IBMII said he will be looking den (41) of Chamberlain edged The mtk was e Scklitlilhlnf \

hook exploded on Willard's Paul Harney Tops trol and my brother Harold David Wright and Arthur Bass- from Lake lllnfiwtttk kit* for running backs. The George Stewart (42) of Lake- Derby tote*.) .,..cl..It.I .

; cheekbone. It may have been PGA Money Winners ford went to the Kissimmee River fishing this past weekendand MitiMiri. mlimewt eat .. Th.1.1t team's top ball carriers are land. Lakeland won the team itriat (kit ,*."). H." alao.

1 the most damaging punch ever caught so many fish It took them until 11 o'clock to clean well graduating. match to earn a tie. I .riel (last ,*..). Httr she!

.1 delivered. It shattered that DUNEDIN (AP)-Paul Har them. I fished Panasoffkee and caught nothing! Still the hangover .
cheekbone Into 13 pieces. r .. _____._ __
Seven times in the first ney shook S7.595 out of 1964'sfirst of past low waters .

round the giant was felled the by tops three the PCX's PGA tournaments list of money and Differ On SubjectWell I I 11

the ferocious battering who of was winners. Bowling Scores And League Standings 1

youthful superman
destroying him. Confusion over Harney got a solid boost In Jim Veal and the Bassford brothers are all friendsof

of the bell winning the Los Angeles Open.In ours and are all good sportsmen and conservationists. Yet -
the sounding Members of the L.kel.ndWom.n' XOt OAMtt MIeN. Individual .
I eliminated what had originally second place with $7,500 earnings one wants the dam out and the others want it left In. Why? I Smith, aoti ,,, Ml. SOS.N oarlaai MOs Mai.nar'Jit. BIN Kllmmar. ,SPLITS..,*. I.T e.1O- M.oO,..
first-round is Juan (Chi Chi) Rodriguez We think we have some of the answers to the differences Bowling Associationwill 57s .:..: : : '"*'""-' I1"1*! Aarait Curia' ...., ..10. v.. W,.......|. 4.5 LAas.. '
be .
seemed to a have the opportunity of S. .*.... 5S, A. e.i' SiC P. .11.. ...
knockout. So the arm-weary who won the 1964 Lucky and we hope we make no one madl N.i. ITS* .j 9.urltn1!> .'"IU
Aaran ..., ..
hearing a top representativeof Mal.".,. Sill, "' ..". ....
Dempsey had to wait until the International. First Jim Is Interested In the navigational opportunities the Woman's International C. A... ...".aptlY. ...,., F. Wall ,... a..".,"h.I0 0."_... 100 2041,, N.COSt..."M.pp",,_,..,.. .... 'NT"iii CITY
.. )5.
34-Il 5
Arnold Palmer won a J..5W.
third before he was able to offered by the outlet and Withlacoochee River In conjunctionto Bowling Congress conduct a Who a.., Jot11* W L. .

claim: his championship.Now record total of $128,230 In 1963 the lake. He is justified In this because boat navigation is, bowling seminar today at the OITHUt CtMTI tSAaul I Malknar Cem..1 I.L.r.P.uppiu,5 PraaaHl "to I'.7 '

that the situation Is stands third this year at $6,600. .. ..,.../1. ... W L. .LV.Pii"llOU.* : : : o
and should be W..s-
a big advantage of that area. First Federal Savings and M J.JKarlay : r'l.r"
W. L.
..... .. = E !!
fully understood it is pertinent Others listed Saturday In the C'.n. I Standard OH .* J* 55555 II
t The dam kills Loan Association's : .: r 1
navigation from the lake to the river. meeting Pontiaa Haaaliaa Caramiaa .. "Uf" oM...
in the Joe Vila 10, with their winnings to bring top 51w h t ,
onlI .
In our opinion the dam also kills the room at 3 p.m. The office la : ._::.. 4 tStnailS'T' ,.._ "** 45** ...... SrI 55)
of fish taami fuMI .. _
C ffinff the t'arA. If throullh. Jan 26 movement aariaa .1 T. t7 43 N. ''' .1 .... 1.05551.
_rrtttimn_._...... __ ..._ .._ _. : ttrl It.h 'IVM
n "" **"*" ,
n" ""
from the river up into the lake-and we do know for a fact located at the corner of 0, Miah... .. _..., FuaJla ._.,.., It.It..h... .H- ......... !._.'.Traahy T.......1731.... 'Jk Individual tamat Bill aahri...
and Tennessee. 'n"I.I" ....
that hundreds of thousands of anger s.r tI "eep
young bass and panfish do come Huh aariaa indlvMiiali B Makak ..* ... I.e ease. .
up the outlet Into the lake when the water Is running out. Miss Sue Hutchens, South. Huh. .,' individual, m. Hall a.,. N"h to.. 1..ltIu.1' .._, ._ lIu.... BillMl n-sep.,. 5151 Dol ..._..".
50514 .. .. .
G..n" .
5551 21
Slant ern field representative of the N.II. See SeMis 51". 20', T., 70e. ..It..
Sports Yet we must surely agree with Gordon when he .hat 2aV 254 p 5,5.
says WIBC will conduct the semi .U. fiEsS!: l. N.t'ir 5-- aOl, 554, 55 M.A.l 351, Id
water control Is the most important subject in the state right Oatohall ')0, C. lawman, M4. .MM II. "." Y.,50, 355. W.lip 5..sp. 'lil" 5pOld
nar outlining purposes and Billua*. lOli B. Biaanar M4, .. B I.. hlOl".,. Sew Dar_ Th_.. TI.:mr.: 355 _. o. ...-. lOll
been ..... 'I" SIll 41_. .. 54 ,;. :
( now. We've saying that for many years In tact long benefits of Janaa Mil a. set M515. ""II. 11011. T_ 55)
(Ctnllnut! from P.,. 1-0, Ctli. 1.11 the WIBC tourneys 510
before it became popular. held by the WIBC and A t".,... 4.111 B). ..... S.11 e. *. s.ws.e ,555.175. ., erastyr
( ter. Otherwise they shortchange the club's chances in the pennant So what Is the answer? Jim doesn't like the dam becauseIt procedure and duties of all ,4 e..f,-,I,.".III 1 T.O Iti Marian* Barnaa II,. I...Tl,..P..III Hall. J. a.5-IS tT, 5, "-anardaan" ,!a v;|"J."*ak a-
the fiah and Mayar. t-'.11, M. Bavla S *. .._., 5..s
race. stops migration boat travel. Gordon wants the league and city bowling offi TOWN- : e.I. v,.... Pie 7.1... ...". C. 40 as
Tough luck Mom and Dad! You'll have to scale down water level held up. dais YRIANOLI CLAssic w. .;: easti seue 35
.. .. ... . L. ....,,
LMP.I55 ....
your bonus demands for Junior this spring. The money II The problem then, Is the dam. Following the seminar I I. A.I ewe Av T.V. ., 14 .. 122.. ..... .". . .u... i 75* a.. ossia

there but it's going to be hard to get. Times In the bonus And the solution II simple-but a bit costly. The dam which will Include color slides J: JST.V, ': : sees H* 5.. Iota 0i50... .... .. ".. 5.,y.. .77. J.... V."'_"..LIT.HS
': ,... .... ...... __ ...,. :.
a question-answer will 'laahinary 44 'T...... ..... 1,15g. ., ,...
'I' bracket are tough. should be a permanent structure WITH locks and control period It.oh i taam aariaat Puklla, lail. I. .... 5.e ..,., 7454W .....N., ..,. lopS .... ..,
be held. It.... taam aamai .u.".. 113Ina1wt41.i.l ."''5 lS5 I5rIe, 5.O'i' N......". 501.W.u' J.if K....... K "na.4,...vttt5uvri
gates.Then Hi.h Cr,_ Oana II...... .,,'. ..,.h .,_, a..., H_..". III. 550,5.55. 3.7l 5,55OI 5.5.55
boats could travel In and out of the lake. When the H.i5'.de.i..I' ....... H..d 1111._ we,5. 5155"'." -100. Y.... 0.0..1.,,. 5O 550 It.,..5.."",. .IM.51POSI *::='eno.siH I

Short Sport Notes river is high as It Is now, the gates could be left open so fish The women bowlers of the I ::; 5W ss 05515..oI'ml. 557. I" .-.,, ._...,... 12'.._. Lak...,, ......at

could migrate naturally. City of Lakeland will hold ; tumnarar ..rlMIt: ...".. tn, 20. Hiah I5S-1dAl'' aar-al. tarraln p..._
TWERN'T NO RECORD fellows! A month when the .. _, .. CAMS5H..S...
ago > .a. tl a* a Hall lilt N. 350. :" *
The Sumter County Water Authority knows of this solu their annual city tourney Saturday I., lillar, Ill till a.. Btaut. til IJ .. Niah indvldual'; ..... Jan. V.nin .
Florida Southern College Mocs played Niagara University 30.l Maward Kilwra, Mil a+,,1r.:5t crauch: ." _.
and Feb. 15-18 i .. : :
tlon their engineers have recommended It. The whole problem Sunday. Jim Mayar I. Mti Andy A __. sit, : ..., 555. '
up thar in the cold Northern clime. them "Nlagers" supposedly st Lakeland :: 1341 A J Wilaan, Mtt Id '''UTa 505155
Lanes. Teams isle
mark off 83 against boils down. now to the money. T_.., I14t M B. ....". Ill, MlHanrt ..10 v....."'... a.... c-s., ".u"", w. L.
rebound by picking 7,5515,53 ,. .
set a college will .. .
next Saturday night Mil Bak Mi : W.sdrft .
(And incidentally the people of the Kissimmee River :: till V..d.: ;,. : .. ..11 ." II
and Marry Kan PIubpa
second look Buffalo N.Y., sportswriters a a If
the Mocs. A by with double and .
have NOT had singles on J0., rrad Allan .... v-o LsAeus P..d T. .
water control.
area The
check of the maximum possible rebounds dlsclpsed someoneat built. control structures are Sunday night. The tourney Is a N...._.. .*tlBinan. .. XSUNBOWNIIIt 5. soow-is555 . w. L. 4.N..h t. and....M....Auta..., W.f.Bad* ,mm.,. Un
In semi-humorous article the just now being ) 3.Sio..pa .. . 5''It.... ::_ In".I"u." v.. ..
table sponsored by the Lakeland .1.
goofed. a 12e.
the scoring WISeD 3.5*., ..; }.:.:.;;. : i a N.h -.. ,"",.,,,... ,.. M.. Co50.HI5 .
writer said the error was made because: "I'm the kind of a Woman's Bowling Association.FINDUtTIDt W I.I .. I.P..5o.pa :: .: I .. .
Artcraft liana M II IC.11w, urns taami Mfaadoraft. II_
guy who can overlook one unbelievably large mistake so as LIAOUSTASTi0 .5.L7..OlC... . 1Ite: 5,57: :::: :: = "-I I ..... 205 OASIS
b.. Ann PaaVlaaCalat II II .., e,'...... Barl, 324" ; Iva N.. Cachr**,
the Eagle (Niagara) statisticians . : M SIHa. HSl. ,...., 321.
not to embarrass Purple 7$ 3t. "" uwe, ...
; .. .... ,, u. '.tarvwaU,;, '. Oil ::. MO*. ......... ITS tlAMIt
THE RICHEST SOURCE of college football material In K-kV. : '"* : :: man taam aamai .._... ti.".. ,Rq.N..h N"h i4IdsI ._. 523, 11.Vip,. Barl, IlSi I.. Maa Cadiran.
:..2. ,: j! Individual Alma .....,... *
aariaai MutahaMith i'.y .oMniI
of Florida continues to be the Miami area. Look for ...., .. .. ,.. ........ -.*,- 555. 555 p.
.. ..
the State Muk taam e. Tlr. Ca.,. M. I s. Q.5pa tai. '''UT, N.'I It"; 5. .11. 555. 553. 5s2
.... .
,"...1"_' ....... II'.... It..kh. .-... 'T ._
more and more SEC schools to raid the area. Florida picked N,.. _. _.i... .u".. Tire c... M". ....* Plow. saIl ._ Cow Sr I..n's..e 1.7. .'.,...klt D...'C..1.. .55,5' H-e.;.i. ,TJ ". 2-li
1701. .. :: :
em. .,
there than "" 305 0AM55 pl4 y.es,5.
from .
more players for their 64 frosh team any H..h ln4M.ua tama, Fat A.am. SAMtt 12.. H.uog .........., 555 '.1.. 53p,5 H515a. Z'5'7I 5-u
Alma Nutr .. t4. MarllA' ''-. N...... ..e. L. .. a,........ T.II lull, 5-54.
other section of the State H... .. .. araci"tBanraa .
& "*" ""I. WI. l4t 'all IIIM ups .II"'Q
I referred to the possibility of Bumpy Bald. n.* ..... '...U sow see". lac.... I CPeua Luou.I .
RECENTLY sos OAMItIMl. It_._. !.!. MT| 550 II... ...
after the '64 season and to the fact .. i *.."* "*. ra4. 201, C...,.. C'M..h. ..., N... MId.. Mufftar SOS w. a*
win turning professional ::t ::Vn"JBJi- laTa>. wIi,. a'4 Kiln*., toll Bi< Mtida 1041Culaman. H.' TWIIIOHTI I 1. Jarrya ..._ SIno use M
to since 5,5.:', C7S, as.::; kamfc. MOi Oar. Mil Jaek W- La. .. Laaalaad .
would be the first Lakeland grldder sign a pro pact Valda Oanaral Maa* 14 Tl
he Dalrlaa
O.n".h',, 550, Pds *5e,1. Ira, ..", .5050..l Mti BokWillara ."_.., all, : a..,. ..u.... a) 4. P54,4. T..IoCO' Ca .1
_., wnoo'
Clarence Childs signed with the New York Giants. Olin Hill .a, I" ) gow'l.S51155 I 3. p.,",. -, ""ear. ee' 55 Mi.h. taamtam.1 Aut-Ownara t....,.
10* 1AM> ...
tackle signed with Green Bay last and .., "".,.. "_"" 4: Mai. Budy Baaltl; t = Mian" aura NIt. .
former Furman year Jm, a,... a"I' 145js. I 551 *"*"* ""*"""".'' _,... Brack, .- ....aariaai. AuM4Hmart Intur.H.ah
stayed with the Packers'up to the last cut. He was the last ..rC "'.....gst\&f'JinJS. : W."' ....!lllei.Srv:::,*.; H.111.... aariaa IndlvMuall Parn 5.d..I, aamai B. Hallar. I."
71 '100' Bun4ahl I lOi Anna lt Ammr .ee' .. .r5 14* Mian Indoidual -,.. I. YD. ....
Lakeland grldder to take a fling at NFL football Grades LamkT'l..I*"' 4 Pf"t..*rLanarV'Marrra"I Oranaa.. 1 t-.t tl 11 Wlllar Lan HMIl.ta IhMrrv. S:Tl 1.JanrBarnM. l-lti 2s.:. _r..?. rmi_._... It._.... It.**.i,..... B f.lhraad' M* OAM.S -

prevented the color bar from being broken this spring in the .Ji Ja.1 AJama.; -lTaMy Jankiaa.h .," Will. .-.-... Kalnrrn Bharrtl 0I7M. SPtIT$ 5,. Mil a,. Mtt rawlar B M BWard.* J. Vac Mil*.

Conference. John Oelkers a freshman was to s-i-s. *. __ ....'. *..*. ...hanl S.T. llaana. ,. ass, a. n-Ill,., :: P ISrISse.
.1 : .J:
Southeastern *, ..... ..... Camarani :4.! : .. di a.. a, :
IDBTOMC LIAOUI JariV.mfca...... ... ... 9.||
have been a member of the Tulane University freshman track ciii s'51t5euw It. N. ...
W. L. W. L. *" 045. Wodno0... .. ... a,_ .. scalEs
team but he was dropped from the aquad because of lowgr.de. ,. .. .. .. } II 11 200 GII.'. 545 ,. Yssi. u.
. : 14 .35 -1.. ..
.. He would have been the first Negro to play for an c.ei..... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 7.is II M IEs.50! ,:.. 4t II .' .... ......10.ssSiIi au. Wspaa LIeSas. 5,. -... .-.-;i ? Baal* ..,.
.. .
I N.. _,_ ._ 5751. 41 4J l.* elMs '
SEC school. Sam Bailey newly-named University of Tampa = : ....h _ow .,.".., err,. 55s. M.. > ., .". ""** *"* ".. CTANAMIB LSAQUSI
: t:
: Vr
::: :::
._ :teM. _
I ,
j Nw.eme '.7. ....,.. W. L.
grid coach finally got the Job he wanted. Despite being athletic N.... .....'''. .._ M5w. US N'I saul Camant pVaaliNta S ..,L.-..,. :: ;. LaI.. ... H..n, .... Alfavwkj ."....... .'. '." M .'
wanted the job of head grid coach when SOS CAMIa H,an IrXivMual. aariaal LanHa BM, 12. Maian'l IY.. >>. t r: .r. : ;: :: .: s '
director. Bailey Nil.. as ,., Laura 17* Jadyathrilt.POLK : g ;
11 a. ass.SPLITS ",." 'n".1 ..-.. ...' Qr... "*. tRT* . . ..
for Wichita. He disappointed . ::
Marcelino Huerta departed Tampa was 5.7 '...,. I-se, I.. Matt CrL. ,3s5 U4i O..ES B. k. a...'.... til: '''.'"IAI. ;. : oeiM .-: A..... ... i
when the first report he'd be the grid coach turnedout .,..=: Ir.ill Iwr'I: a-se t2) w,... .... BMI, Illi Carl Marian II. M'l 5. w. I. N.... ....: ._ "2. T...,"_
,.. :.. .. MnoA.50.et -" ........., ,
to be premature. Now he's going to have his chance at StLt. SW 3.55. 5.11 .. a.: at,.,,. .' n n 5,55 I. WOS U.. 5. 5M.Oe.I..d01.Y'sAM ,

putting the Spartans on the football map. Or more Importantthan 'UN Day SISSY MIX'W. L Carl M_... *.It Walt Thamaa SLAKILANB -?. :'j: :, .:"rs.: ..i'. :;.1 235,5l .....101 "" SI), e. L.
5551 l.lfcartPLITt
that Making Tampa football a paying proposition .. L... Wiru N.ni.e H.c 5.i II SIMI-CLAltie 11t..h ...... ..oes...... a"l" Pls..b.,u..I00.'".....'_701.. S_Y". Clayaan ,
: FISH FOR TNt FAMILY-Mr. *n* M... Jim Kdit'rlckt. '..". Park'MI Vll ,5,515 ..........u.1 _,_ s-S M51r.... "-, 1.*.|*. Carmwhaali Cr aat t aral. *.
Don't look but gremlins have been active at.the Lakeland l: : ] 1 'ii !iI I Laka Banny Mania eo.. .....". .... ...., 1 I*
now & 'T.v: : : ... Bart T. 1 I* Bu .d. Wilaan,
1 ...
board on the ....1111.11 the Dread. .Ions with ltd ."*! !..."'.'. Brt..|ht .ht SS specks frtm Lake I .... _... ....... 1..1101"' .. lid. ,1. Taam Kraft raada.. 41 411* )IT*V Hi ',. ".. 5._, .... ._..... M* *AMII
Senior High gym. The large La... ...... _.... I..'....".. .... ",4 Taam :.. : . II M i Ml dosS' C,._., tit Baaar Ma-

naught players and numbers by position. Position, after dem Pisces eat *l Mi. Cherry Peeks fish Cam*. The KB1rkki are 1 :: WIM wwn.ni"'L."Armstr.n.', SMi 'H'Mamrara"'Jo..aUl1,. aSIr *. "" I'',5,5 a.owu Cnopar.". a.see caMs.., c.lulOo" ..T......"... 3I:, .Carthn..... "at 2., *a.OI..aral 5,15,1< MauMrt, 335....4 5. .J..

gremlins did their bit comes out P-O-S-T-I-O-N. frtfn Thn.ti*>... ::; lam* =':i j["' ...=..., ...I'I'Mian Mama taam Park...."...1.Laka Banny M.ktla 5.51,51- 54.. .&.2.13.. 555 5,5151. :US tol p55 5455)Sit C Wuik.". U .BIKW.. .."Walkar.,"


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Ledger Staff Writer 7 [F .f II7 1 ij''i

HOMER HOOKS SAID IT In November much t

of what Booz, Allen and Hamilton said about research -, r .'w
i in their recently-delivered retort. l M

h In a well-received speech called Research Is A
Business," the general manager of Florida Citrus
Commission made these rem ark.I' s
about research in November:
"I think it is highly essential that

f we recognize that Florida citrus
stands today at a crossroads in prod-

uct development, and that technical +1 Y

research is but one segment of the '
: total issue. We are moving, wheth = 71
er we like it or not, into the food

,. business rather than the citrus business

'I L,, ;' in its narrowest sense We must 4Rra 1h
IBi o. i
STUDENTS be consumer-oriented not merely
oriented. We must find
(..4. .! K. klMH. J..&l.r Hlgk product out
ScliMl II.... .tt.nHlf a Mr. .rM" M..I".. opblnt the myrttrltt .' the stock k*.d .t a.,. what the consumer needs and wants

gelds .,,4 C*. Itock hroktrM. .ffic*. .t III J. T.""....* Ave Tkt ltd.".., tktut 99 ta vmkr., through careful market research. Then we must Megalopolis
ccMnpnlt4 by Iktlr fnckw, J. R. LuptulU, .1.! tend ,...11. Svpr M.rk.es '".. .'4 'th. L.l.*. find ways to reshape our present products or find
bad ...H C new ones to satisfy the consumers' desires. Vi exhibit 1.12 are ltd*.
city ctm MHf McHm. Ittdjtr fhott iy PttHiu) This elf view .f the ImmtnM WwM's .1 site iHtw Horl lit *
frn frtvplnf IndlctttJ .y sense IN the caner tl the hrawliM-iBM. <4<- cr* tract l.r*...

vr 4tv.... H fete. The wn>l.t4 Citrus Tees .It ..04> fer Mcvftcncy, end the mU .ihlkllkuiMlni.
East "THIS COMMERCIAL development of new H the rl*> .! the tower, will k. r4y fee litdlvUv! exhibits Includl* the *l.rMCltrvt .
Hillsborough Strawberry products involves a great deal more than new prod Cwnmlubn's display l to h 'butall*' March I. Th. taupe* .f six specially trcliratf ,*,-

uct research. It involves an analysis of the market piss will begin ,rctkbi In the ,..,...* StNym .". PM), l seated |list kl.w Clews Twr, ell
and how the product idea fits into the whole market April I. Ah pert .f the FUrM ale are tw* clrcnUr. exhibit, kvlldinu which Ht *rt the .<*. .f
Advertising Campaign Started: structure of the industry. A product is actually MM**** Lake.
two-dimensional. It has technology- its formulation.PRATT .
its definition. And it must have marketability -

PLANT CITY-Business end He. declared that "we have phone to the group. He said to whom and how the product is to be sold, returning Tariffs Main ConcernIn

'professional men, farmers, bankers the soil and the know how," and about 25 grocery chains are now a profit to the producer. .

and representatives of the that with the aubstantlal Increase marketing Plant City strawberries ". The record shows that for every five products .
state marketing commission sat in the amount of fruit and that a tie-up with emerging from research and development departments -

down at a "Strawberry ComeBack produced per acre "we can look Ready-Whip In a special sates that as technical successes there is an averageof Priority ProgramGrowers
Luncheon" her Friday to a real come-back in the promotion was underway only one commercial success. Even after producttests
should be of real value in the
and formally launched an advertising strawberry deal in this county and market tests nearly half the new products .
for Plant sale of berries from this area I must keep in mind on citrus would Invite, and make Ha said the citrus: Industry
campaign He cited the production of 25- that are fully commercialized turn out to be
He also stated that Intensive from
an pari. future possible the importation of a faces a severe challenge
that for the most
City and East HiII.borouhcountY 000 pints of berries on an acre failures. ,
advertising and display campaign Inroad of synthetic
substantial part of foreign citrus the potential
strawberries. Press, radio by one grower. In another instance Is planned for about 3,000 "With such a risk record it is absolutely essen- profit will depend upon tariffs,!' production to the U.S. mar- products, a* replacement for
and TV representatives were he said, a grower had super markets In the northeast. tial that maximum care be given to the intelligent research, competition and self- ket, thereby displacing American the pure products.
of the event.
special guests set 105,000 berry plants ,, from Henry Carlton of Knight, pioneer planning of the total research and new product development :reliance, with maintenance of produced citrus.'This Educate, Promote
Speakers at the luncheon Included which he gathered a harvest of
berry grower spoke briefly function. Unfortunately, there are more 'tariffs heading the list. j situation would seri
strawberry growers, the 102,000 pints of berries. on the history of the berry of us who are non-technical than technical. Andso Robert W Rutledge, executive ously damage the earning capacity "To combat this situation, It
president of the Hilliborough Harold Lamb, representative industry In this area, and Bill we have trouble in grasping the scope and purposes vice president of Florida Citrus of Florida grower and will be necessary to carry for
County Marketing Commission, of the state marketing commis- McClelland president of the of research ." Mutual, outlined Friday four would adversely affect the econ ward an imaginative, aggressive -
through which all strawberries .lon. spoke briefly and In the East Hillsborough County Chamber priority projects he said must omy of our state," Rutledge and massive educational
in the area art n ow marketed, course of his talk telephoned thecommiselon's of Commerce, gave Osborne be accomplished In order that said. type promotional program emphasizing -
and a representative of the state representative I the superior value of
Mutual members
marketing commission Herb Ramadell, In New York Griffin county president marketing a check commission for- "TilE COMMISSION Is now doing 27 per cent ,continue grower to reap profit from can Growth Industry the pure citrus product." Rut-

Acreage DoubledW city who spoke over the tele- $500( to be added to the commll.Ion' of the product development work being done by their harvests. Rutledge noted that "the I ledge aaid.Mutual' .
public research agencies in the industry, but a great Florida citrus industry I I. I'arowtb' executive vice president
fund for
$6,000 advertising Point
M. Rickert, Plant City Janitor Fears deal more needs to be done. As we move further Four ProgramHe Industry It can continue : I pointed out that the "Flor-
banker and chairman of the this season into the food business, there will doubtless be much Hated the four point program Its pattern of growth only I Ida citrus grower doe not have,
Commission' advertising committee Rain Cuta Harvest heavier emphasis on marketing and technical research as: maintenance of tariffs If It I I. willing and able to follow nor doe he want, government
told the group that the Getting CancerSANTA Assistant County Agent Don on new products and improvement of present on foreign citrus products de- the examples of other progressive price supports, subsidies, acreage
current: berry season Is giving velopment of new and better and profitable business allotment or other strangling -
Downs spoke briefly on the workof products into expanded or new markets. This will
, indications of what la happeningin MONICA Calif. (AP) citrus product, maintenance operations In America today.. dictation from federal or
the experiment station now 'require the most judicious balance of the total research
our "strawberry come-back." Douglas Aircraft Co. says It located near Dover and the various effort and Increase of Florida's share Rutledge explained that if the state government.
O. M. Griffin has fired a janitor who refusedto to continue "The Florida citrus: grower
It was pointed out by varieties of strawberries of the pure citrus market by citrus Industry waa
president of the county marketing empty ash trays for fear of which tried out. "It will require the use of all possible avenues fighting competition from synthetics a* a "growth" Industry It moat pride himself on his ability to
organization that the developing cancer from contact are being for improving our marketing and technical knowl- and maintaining the In seek out new products new operate In the American free
acreage in strawberries had at with cigarette butts. Three days of rain the first edge. It will mean strengthening activities in dustry'a subsidy-free autonomy. way of offering its product tot enterprise system, unhampered
least doubled If not more this A spokesman said the Janitor of last week materially cut down our own laboratories for permanent and longrangevalue The Mutual official said that t the consumer and Improve by arbitrary governmental
season over last season with was concerned by a U.S. surgeon -the volume of berries going to to the industry through greater 'at-home' com- to. lower the U.S. Import dutjGrowers t present products. 'aids'."
market from the Plant
more than 900 acres this year general's report on health City-Dov petence, and it will mean careful assignment of specific
aa compared to 450 last aeaaon hazards of cigarette smoking. er area. Damage to ripening) research problems!! to qualified-outside agencieS -
fruit ran a* high a* 50 cent
.. Instance it per whenever iHs clear that this will be the most
in many was re-
effective source for the answers we seek. .
ported. "The magnitude of our total research program
Through last Friday Wlshnatzkl -
may require that our technical and market research Agricultuf7e
& Nathel in Plant City and
activities be into closer
Walden-Sparkman Inc., of Dover brought coordination possibly -
loaded out approximately into a new type of research and development
TheStars 108,000 pints of berries. This volume department of the Commission."
fell to nearly half the (The latter prediction would be carried out If

amount shipped during the corresponding Booz, Allen and Hamilton's recommendation the LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Feb. t. 1964 S-D
period the previous Commission establish a new "commercial develop -- ,
week. ment department," implementing market researchand

Last week's volume was reported market development, is approved.) AdvisedTo Pesticide

as follow: Monday, J3.- .
ImpelBy 841 pints: Tuesday 29,018 pints;

Wednesday 10,145 pints; Thurs BOOZ, ALLEN AND HAMILTON hit at the Finish PruningBy Lab SetGAINESVILLE
day, 3,696 pints; Friday, approximately same things, but in a less personal, more matter-of-

Carroll (Righter 26,100 pints, fact manner. The report was not a speech. Excerpts -

If favorable weather prevails, from this $115,000: summary-with-recommen- LARRY K. JACKSON prolific blooms seen In years. Plans have
a slight Increase In volume 1 I. dations: Assistant County Agent With In I
trees a "ready to go" been announced by Dr J, R.
anticipated for this week and "The development and carrying out of market County agricultural agents and condition, It appear that now Beckenbach director of the
with a continuation of favorable tests to determine the amount of advertising Citrus of the Florida '
pres. specialists Florida Agricultural Experiment
the time to In and finish
weather a relatively heavy In- sure required and the probable effectiveness of plan. Agricultural Extension Service go 1'1 Stations, for the construction of
Sunday, Feb. I, 1964 that didn't
In volume I II pruning job you
crease anticipatedfor
the agreed that -
ned changes is of utmost importance during nammously pruning a $212,000 pesticide residue lab-
the week of Feb. 17, it was ish last fall. Since the tree
GENERAL TENDENCIES: fair early In PM. next few years. Although they are common commercial of freeze-damaged citrus oratory on the University of
An unusually good Sunday for LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) said. practice no tests of this kind have ever should be brought to a halt by already In a flushing condition, Florida campus
you to decide the most practical You can now make plans to been conducted in the past by the Commission or its the last of August It was felt it's a certainty that pruning I Experiment Station directors
way to express your have more modern method agencies that pruning after that won't make them flush any fur from the 14 Southern states
ideals and creative ability In operating In your business "Successful commercial development of prod. would bring about which a vigorous couldn'tbe ther. One other thought If authorized fund for the laboratory

the days ahead. Then organize which will lead to greater pro- Today ucts is inseparably linked to development of mar lush hardened of growth off by winter, you prune now all you cut off; which will be operated asa
the coming days and fits. Talk them over with kets for those products. It is almost meaningless to regional research facility for
evening so that you have allies, kin. Retire early for I In develop recommendations for one without the other Most citrus grower throughout are blossoms and buds, and' the benefit of the entire South.
such desirable aims reducedto good morning start. the state followed this advice these don't look aa bad lying on Federal and regional funds will
a workable basis and a plan SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. technicaland but there were quite a few the ground as do fruit, which In be allocated for operation of the
whereby others realize your 21)) You have a good chancenow History "Total citrus research including both who didn't. Fortunately for those anybody' eye mean money laboratory."It .
devotion, good will towards to get together with group marketing research, conducted by all agenciesin who didn't atop pruning, our Now is also the time to check la a distinct credit to the
THE ASSOCIATED Florida in 1963 amounted to the equivalent of 162 tate has received very little
them. who are successful In some By PRESS your fertilizer needs. Good tree Florida Agricultural Experiment
ARIES (March 21 to April New Era endeavor. Show Today Is Sunday, Feb. 9, 1964. man-years of professional effort. In terms of expenditure damaging cold this winter. However vigor Is essential at time of fruit Station to be elected for the
19) Taking time on this free monetary acumen and you can There are 326 days left In the this represented $4.1 million or less than if we had received damaging set, so don't neglect fertility at responsibility of operating this
day to do some important share in work and profits year. 1 per cent of the estimated wholesale value of the cold, past experience has this crucial time of the year. I laboratory," Beckenbach said.
public work will gain you goodwill later. First attend own church. Today's highlight In history: citrus crop Not quite 71 man-years or 44 per shown that recently pruned tree Don't forget with weather conditions -! He explained "this recognitionby
of big-wigs. Be sure SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to On this date In 1861, the Congress cent of the total Industry effort, was marketing- would have suffered most heavily continuing as they have' the directors of other Experiment -
first to get to church: Be an Dec. 21) Make it a point to of the Confederate/ States oriented of which the Commission supplied 21 man- for the past month growers Stations of the South resulted -
Influence for good everywhere be with those you truly like of America organized its government years. The Commission conducts about 18 per cent Prolific Bloom Seen should plan an pruning and fertilizing from the reputation of

you go. and be helpful today. Good Jefferson Davis was of all industry research; about two-thirds of the Growers In most parts of the aa soon as possible. the Florida Stations' research
TAURUS (April 20 to May day for improving appearance chosen provisional president Commission's effort is marketing-oriented state have trees which are readyto program, particularly In the
20) Attending service where attending church and and Alexander Stephen vice burst Into bloom and flush out pesticide residue problem area."
sermons are very educational then being very sociable. president. like they never have before Four Injured When constructed equippedand

and spiritually edifying is wise CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to ". THERE IS A MAJOR DEFICIENCY in market High coil moisture and warm In full operation, the lab-
now. Meet intellectual people Jan. 20) Do something On this date: day have coupled to push out oratory will be staffed with five
who can help you to advance. thoughtful for those who have In 1799, the U.S. frigate Constellation research effort supporting new or improved what look like one of the most As Auto Strikes researchers and 12 technician
Impress them with your specUl given you support In the past. defeated the French product development. Modern product development who will conduct a broad and
talents. Remember that gratitude Is frigate L'Insurgente near Mar practice requires careful and thorough evaluation of And Breaks PoleFour coordinated research programon
GEMINI (May 21 to June a virtue. Deep meditation tinique.In the market before technical development is startedin Concentrate I pesticide residues.
21) Using your intuition wiselycan places you on the Right Path. 1870 the U.S. Weather the laboratory It is this evaluation that deter Construction of the laboratorywill
help you to formulate AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. Bureau was established. mines the product characteristics and cost specifications Well Lakeland Negroes! were: be over a two-year period.
plans for the future that can 19)) Your mot cherished desires In 1911 Congress approved that must be achieved by the technical labor Operations injured late Thursday when the I
be aucceisful. Be precise. are within easy grasp if erection of the Lincoln Memorial car In which they were riding
Remember very that whatever you you will but make the effortto In Washington, D.C. atory."It is evaluation that determines whether or nota Below Last Year went out of control and truck George JenkinsIs
do best is your forte in life attain them. Be more In 1942 the former French project ought to advance to the expensive, tech- a utility pole on West Orange
and concentrate on that. friendly with the right people. DIM ship Normandie burned nical laboratory stage by comparing market poten WINTER HAVEN-Frozen orange Street, 250 feet went of South: HonoredGeorge
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 You are Inclined to be a bit and capsized at her pier in New tial and prospective development costs. Thus mar concentrate operations continued Ohio Avenue. The pole was

to July 21) A show of loyalty stand-offish. SUCCEED. York while being readied for ket evaluation is an integral part of the product development well below last season broken on Impact. I W Jenkins presidentof
Feb. 20 to March World War II service the Police Identified them as
allied PISCES as
( Market
whom are Publix Super Inc,
all with you process, and is not 'market research' in at the end of the first two
Some duty performed USS Lafayette.., Wlllm C. Johnson 138't/ W
whether in business or person 20) civic was Initiated a* an honorary
the sense that the latter term is widely used by the months of the current: season,
al relationships, cements today can help to give a great. Orange St., who suffered a cut member of the Delta Iota Chapter -
for a long time to er scope and meaning to your Ten year ago-Rep. Ernest citrus industry. The industry's most urgent research the Florida Canner. Association over his right eye, bruises and of the International Fraternity -
friendships on matters of life. Meet some highlyplacedperson Bramblett (R-Calif.) was convicted need is to perform the market evaluation part of hal reported. abrasions to his right leg and of Delta Sigma PI yesterday
come. Agree Attend services first who can be very useful by a federal court Jury the consumption building product development A* of Feb. 1, total pack was hip; Mary Alice Kirkland, 759: afternoon at 4:30: o'clock at Flor-
policy.in PM together. In own projects. Make a in Washington on seven countsof programs ," 7,829,341 gallons, down 39 percent W. Olive St., who suffered painsto Ida Southern College
or / 22 to Aug. 21)This fine Impression. Dress well. falsifying his office payroll from the previous year. her head and neck; James Following his Initiation Into
LEO July
is best spent-being IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN to collect salary! kickback Restaurant The 22,792,118 gallon Inventory Thomas 738/J W. Orange St., the business fraternity Jenkins
day to other TODAY......... there Is Five years ago-United Auto Fire Destroys was half that of a year ago. who complained of chest and and other initiates were fetedat
of real service of time and every chance that life can be Workers President Walter Reu- Total movement wa 11,248,598 right side pains; and Jessie' J. a dinner at the Cadet
are worthy your Then most successful sine the approach ther told Congress the United FROSTPROOF Fire of undetermined One truck from the fire de- gallons, off 35 per cent while I Milledge 319 S. Lincoln Ave. Restaurant at 8:30: o'clock.
monetary how to get to problems and others States could solve most of its origin raced partment here, one from Avon etail-slz movement, at 8,833.-!who suffered a cut over the Dave Kelsey president of the
concentrate upon In days to come. is a direct and clear one and problem by achieving a 5 per through a restaurant at Yates Park and three relay trucks 728 gallons, was 34 per cent less right eye and chest: pain*. All chapter, was In charge: of the
ahead faster themselves there I I. every willingness to cent annual growth in Its econo- Truck Stop & Garage just west from the Florida Forestry Service -than at the tame time last sea- were treated at Lakeland Gen dinner at which Jenkins will be
Ideas manifest do necessary labor In connec- of here on U S. Highway 27 responded to the call, but on. 'eral Hospital. the speaker His taik was on

quickly.VIRGO 22 to Sept. 22) tion with any projects. The my.One year ago The shah of early yesterday morning and lack of water the spokesmansaid For the two-month period James William Hayman, driver -the expansion of the Publix
(Aug. recreation humanitarian quality is definitely Iran said he would defer judgment destroyed the building and Its caused the building to burnto 339,908 gallon of frozen concentrated of the car, was not Injured Super Market
Vine" day for. similarly light inclined.Xny pronounced In this on Iraq's new regime until contents. the ground orange juice were imported and was charged with careless I Chapter Adviser D. W Flo-
Khose anxieties over.imagination chart and ameliorating the lot he wa certain it was sympathetic A spokesman for the Frost The firemen were at the scene FCA Executive Vice driving. Damage to the car was.berg and Professor Max J. Selig
PlanlLine of other Is the prime driving to President Nasser of proof Fire Department said the for about 2'/j' hours and said the!president Warren Savant Indi- estimated at $330 and the pole,of f'SC, and their wives also f'
social af- force here. Egypt. fire was reported at 3 o'clock ,restaurant was a total loss. cated. I,sustained damage of125. j I I attended.


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< p ItAltEIAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. /, ION (USDA Cooperation I[Chamber Of Commerce Notes I NEWS OF RECORD I

2 Salesmen Survive 15 By JOHN BRYSON- odd who turned out In spite of mien.. eeuaY.wr IID .!f!.....W1 eII'.l 1c, A0AUa, Na.
r.r.tr"5ii -
I I Sought For Report General tiluttgtr miserable weather and presented wr r wM'wadp Mlwn :! N..a' 0..... D.

I a life membership to = :. ,, "- __ P. __ all..

Days In Snowbound Car The turned Chamber's out to annual be one dinner of Elizabeth Kelman. a member ..t.J'-.. ?!?! .. ....... R.. lust,-, =- ... II...... IL c...

Dr. L. C i. MacDowell director tissue active cooperation with sine 1127 Yrr ..._ nmeN ar t'- 5.i M '''-K.
stories in
FRESNO. Calif. (AP) DIM! "Man, this was the expo rierlca lof Florida Citrus Commission's the USDA In the development a Us lone biggest time uccen setting a record it w-a': 5t' sw., re. Cateabi .. yw..dPMa. .n. Deena Mwa ./..

of two frostbitten encyclopedia I III never forget!" research: department will be In of new products. for attendance (538) u wen I took Bob JarreD of our AhYybeY."..' ... llloMIN castrswefMrb'"Iiwi1y ., N Willie sew .

salesmen who spent IS dayi I Paul Froelich. 44. Pleasant t: Washington tomorrow to make "With this In mind we want a. for compliments received City News Bureau to the << =-YC.aan '+ I Jte-b.w ... 0115 DaA ......
Hill. Calif., and James Oinrich,, a plea In behalf of the Boos, monthly breakfast session of A- .
trapped In a ear In the snow since .. tots,
22. Sudbury Ontario IUrvlvedwith I Allen and Hamilton recommen to urge the USDA to continueto the PoUt ,:==: ; = ?
thanks County Advertising 11'' &&&
covered Sierra summed it uj, Our warrant to K" .r::. ai r == al.. ; ......, '
dations.Dr In the field 1M.
this wsyJOYNER'S nothing worse than the i place emphasis Gardner Cewlcs Inuraathmatty a a d Publicity Commission II!)' HarrlMton dlo.la aljano

I frost bite and malnutrition. MacDowell will appear of basic long range research: known editor and boated Wednesday morning by \;: Wae McOwan OneerkUls.jr situ. HWIOMI n *obrttwl Lea =

before the Horticultural Winter Haven News Bureau 1: ir.t.ira.rtSllan Amber P a tes a e ... 7. L .
Neither man was hospital Crops In both horticultural and utilization publisher for at evutaadlni Ne .. ... 1"-1."
JOTTINGS Ized. Research Advisory Committee development Dr Mac address PnbUi FrealdMt head John Della at his home .0." r.o TC.4otula"rnaeU .. L Can Odom .. vend Ol.m.1..

Froelich and Clnrlch ran Into I of the U.s. Department of Agriculture Dowell said. "In addition, we George Jenkins who Introduced In Highland Park. For thoseof f 0 &:Irwa bNaAunt Td.ml 5ipe 0 f stn' .., Terra 0Ma at as0.04r:1.a .

Good morning! More and mon I trouble Jan. 21 when their car. to ask for continued feel strongly that the USDA : him; Tony Korachwboae you who aren't familiar ant Ira,a Ar.Y, ,0.x40..Ie., a.. WurrNatlea Lnabwn. CWttl Weak ..

people are coming In to see mi i became stuck In snow and s USDA cooperation In citrus research should support to the utmost ergaji provided a with Highland Park and Iwun't aid B'>.t-mr' aU nmtntotlaawaChrtoUM .. ... O:: 1aeI1M N. R.bw. R11.-. dl.p. .
wood ,, on both basic and new pleasant musical beck.JI'OUDdc even though I moved =I toJMN B. Ai-
finishing problemsWe Isolated them.
howling blizzard the field of consumer-oriented .? IN0.t. Y/
I 'Cta&u
are prepared to help you: The car had nothing In it but products and for assistance In marketing research. There is and Snow Martin from Kentucky to Central (. ? /'Coin1 Jortma UM n IU- orsW. W.t: w re. ::
., fortifying the field of wheel plannbif and enieoa Florida In 1J28 U to a ori RarTClk ant sill' I) Warn H ton ? M.:: I. :01I_
whether It Is to refinish a wooden some books, my top coat. and i consumer- great need for such research, olvll aNY eawiaaioAlfrWa b. : ; Rut
oriented research. tag did .. much to make charming little country club fcUrrar va Jon afnmr, .io INN, eRaeea ....1.....
chair or t(I some advertising material." marketing not only on existing products, Y,Y...... .real N. IllM ),
I natural finish UM, the whole evening .. enjoy community about three miles Borteb. lUrnolaa .a. IrWrim Bnr-
Froelich. the father of two children Move Expected but also on new and improved able. south of Lake Wales. .. .Ie : ISre.n01lW P" Willie. I.
I entire panellin r said. products'* Jame t.1erry M Razes X Ierta ... ..... 1M D.1.tuna .
Our el the one Collln.
a The Commission executive principal project Marr
W .. .
of a room. e! : Franou. W0.Wd.MIx.
A ItI "We managed to get through: said he will point out to the I He said he will tell the com- Harold meows Is te have the eouatypurchase va I.Ae ltewllee ... torn* B**>
Mayor Crizzard.
specialize I .
therefore the freezing nights by wrapping: committee the Boos Allen andHamilton mittee the special survey branchof Commissioner Lois a. Initial order ofMM .(ohn'Bwono Neat Molt. In. Mart smith ...,, vflrn'riai-n, ... Btorlln. U.ornia .
wood Searl City
I the advertising stuff around' the standards and research M.ra) 1 NaSSal: MorUuo A_. .....
recommendationsabout peat cards which vbl- I Vrnnl vi"l! .
wood finishing II Manager Bob Youkey Recrea ** Julio B Alia Jr, ol u*. .orurtSlra : o7t *Viant SinaT

lour special: u. research point to a need division i I I can, if adequately lion Superintendent Joker ten te the Polk Ceuaty heath I N.'lE.ua'l. MorKato AMI, oto :wVord Co. r"*.. v.. OuM elaul

also We. st the I They used the cars heater until for more market-oriented programs :'starred, render significant re Merchant Chamber Tourist at the World's Fair may fill vi John) A. Mrltatflu oi vi, man.BrianonrBoorUC"o :; .Ma.mi *:.Tior"v.rvl.. PrankPa'y'lnV
.. ,
the auto ran out of gasoline search contributions to the ctlrui tea INrrJarn
eut and send back te here
Joyner Lumber' for movement of anticipated Committee Chairman Don Sutton us a, o Ahnlee51.MlTrrf1. .
They survived on melted Industry.The for further Infermatleei' : : .. baoooa to e..tta Ua4Wr
from WrLl1
Company, hav, larger crop volumes In I and I were guests at the c.1 tit. .
snow alone. the future. He will explain the I whichever eoamiuitJe theydesignate. Cliarh' m. Ran ... .arK*. .... :. ...,,"' .. ... WIIII_ }. WMlt
different 40th uA
of .
| two entirely anniversary the LaJce- ... .* ''..... **!
; After they bad hiked to a prospector' Is .ai National'alotuaoo Aiaou ..... .,."* **" '**.*
productlT Commission expected to move lion ant, known In the laud Lawn Bowling Qub Tuesday twde ..... .7J3S1t,
Jooo l at ot aj setaAndrr.a
J.,_, Jr. for natural finIsh cabin they were told In this direction with implemen- United States as the doodlebug, noon. The Lakeland City Commission ntorleaio n. Hirer Lo lorooknarorMorol I 1ebON J.es Carr :: a. 0."..

of woods One is, of course hat; they had been within two. tation of a commercial development -is said to be carnivorous according President C A. Anderson reviewed by the way recently JUtn National M, Uwlo Morn and Awn More, *001.N AllrUrMan .. Rnr RN4 IumW51 nark, alt f. bNY/. ..., re.NehLN

MINW AX. This finish is a liquid miles of a forest service station department and that to the Encyclopaedia highlights 01 the club'sinteresting bought 250,000 of our four-color .Ioou", M Nos. ajorUMO lorw-I :'S01uIr.NI.4atud Ilmra! Car.YY .

wax which Is the simplest ol the Commission hopes to con- BriUnnica.. I history to the 200 folders which have been slightly Gas Ran Bnk of Oomnioroo. w. Wior YIIWOn. sr.kn t'. .......
And. it Is always stocked with -- ----- revised for distribution at Mar ol Hi and = -J.- w
.U finishes to apply It is actually ::r'r-: O Connor ol al. Ilgl A. a.r.
foOd ... 1 Mel Y. _.In., .a J.bS
the Florida Commission o foroclooorotJnlUni
impossible to do a poor Job : ___ __ Borvltlne Ooro oMvi .. *.
regardless of how inexperiencedyou booth at the Fair la MssKai ".... oil.. awUMIfor ""rVr: ..SiloiTvV: Willie U Howliil.olHTlvoVrB .

may be. This finish brings addition our group hopes to clo.urotniu4 Moruacf. Borvlrlne i.4N..1 eo. ... purllB Oo.. ..

1 out the true beauty of the wood REDWOOD FINISH sell Polk Commissioners on Ioralaerd.L vi Irono. Wolcn, ow.. ouorare Joie'oMnlth/: Albor Wrlcht dl.*.

because it becomes part of the purchasing 25.000 to 50000 al Oonvoroe ... Aires' O. Con ....'Ifvirilnln Onnnoli ... Jugs tow

wood Itself. This finish will not Wo o Mtitfoctory Irs offering erode our customers of Red- copies of our extremely popular IbaTloi' IGWtma. '... HrarMtU KlUarnivono .. Re"o'.o: Ounn.N a, h.YY dhmWal.. re. "' 16 Iii

scratch or mar because it is a ,.. lower fishing and recreation map Good'.' Illmlwl.
wood Trim Boo ot ..,b.ro Jan 110-.1& ... OtU. frT.fh .
part of the food It will not prices. For Cornice moterlol which will be extensively updated Tam hanra'day'.on.N tlD.T"dare dlvortorauilno r':d1arlN. R Rub coVorVa. Sm .rao.l Caw. .
darken with age and it Is a redwood hot no equal for long to Include such new facilities B. Bmlth StnlUl Jan d/emW.l

complete finish in one. MINWAXpenetr.te. life as the Saddle Creek. ;IrDeol.i :irMNmbu i:::*. h.nea_Llaw. dlrnlN51DnmawL ".._. ... Ran *""

., fills and seals in n Christina Park and Orange o. : H.n 011De" ... a t Otlnaer du-
UM Redwood for oil outdoor l:1 John "niil. minor. ate. VI. Jootpn M ,
For the inexpenenced. Park areas and other brie u.mhr51aDhrt4 i '.
one trim end ovoid coatly reploce Partrldao ... C A. Part.Marr PInuos J'.d'.: :.
this Is the fmlah.la meat In a short lime' throughout the county. red... I. .. n., .
Emma Johnwn ... resin D. niwrsen D. Coopor ... Mule K. Coon.

,1 The other natural finish we We offer 1x4 thru 1x12 In o dhP..rl JehaaO.{dhmW51&&". 'hll. .. Awn aL TarL .art'or. d.I.Pr...... Dort ... U...le Doa.n .
highly recommend is Pratt and Novo Scot o grode Pleote com. Speaking of fishing Central l."
1 cox B ._.1.... ... Mamie. Strkin4 Oor.t.-l '". Cu11 ....- .....
Lambert Varnishes Made by pore our pikes with ony etherdeolen Florida got quite a boost In > dl..ml.Mil. .
one of the oldest and finest We hove 9/8x10 Redwood a Chicago Tribune feature of Jr The dltmlual J. Booaor va. Xnrt Out Bovaor Hbbard k WWit.wNWUNaAlma.Aenat
varnishes Bevel Siding' Coil Ml? Th. Florida State Board at manse
varnish makers these Jan 28 30000 Lakes -
2-4631 for prienRECENT 1 .*T I Iid -._Ine... ."', ... Ror A Bhafler t.ers __ ... Ana LPerwq
t are among the finest made. We I Florida's Vacation Haven" .4 dlimtwalJuno .
thin Baairr n Lao Cllnlanuorr ,11.0.1.N1n. Mural L W..
carry a full line of famous "61"floor t written by Ken Ferguson under Br dlimlualInduttrlal Chs'tr.L.hmlr51.l.nesd .
varnish, trim varnish, cabinet ARRIVALSFrom b a Lakeland dateline If Bavlnai Bank ., Tamp..1 ter. N.rm a, Deb,
., .
:'faa.r' McKutlor Obi ot m dia.Induilrlal IAOOLN:\ lsu1.In 00PISl
rubbing varnish spar varnish Lumber I can track him down. I thinkwe of Turpo.to edwrKU.05i11 .a L Las.Charlou. .
and bar top varnish Some ri Just might send him our ? vi. John mf-a[. Otianl;.1 P. W.- N WWNU k

of these lines are carried In Co. we ore receiving choice. thanks in the form of some ..Induitrlal ".,... Bank of ".......1 Th'jb'i; =. Cfcarlii: Ou
satin and dull finishes shipments of Douglas Fir Finish it. vi Larrr Olovrr il iii. dUmuaalPoonloi .
gloss, Polk County citrus I .
Bank of Aobirndala olo. vaW.H n. oIeM'" R DO.Ad1.iidh'ar.I.arD111i1od.m
So you have a choice of the And due in. o port car ofWeyemoeuter I John it ui. dlmuaal' !
Wator j BllKorolt/ .1 M va. Chariot ... Wile Cart
one best suited to your needs Plywood ....c.II. ou dlamlaialBiur .
We. at the Joyner Lumber ComA I Mrs Bickley Moore director Albrlabt. v*. ,ore, C Albrlahlirnlnal nooort 0450.too dumw51.oViU v.. ...... W. BIt

will be glad to instruct Wo solicit your lnc ulri.e on of our Better Business DIvision John t BnlrHr Jr., truiloo ote_ .. dl..al."ar .u..hI .a .010. P.
pany i Cain. :J. .smw., .dlimliaalBorUio h. Ann .
oil Lumber Itemi Bird Roofing _,.... .1.
you as to the best methods of came back greatly encouraged .prrlo Jr Juaollo dlMnlwtalRninaM k rrl*> v*. Brogkl II Y.Bu"ou.h." ..... ...n M .r_ R 1.wCl.r.

application. We can help Armsarong from an all day t I Broom va Marr tMarr >_ .n., O ahe'::: A.__ K WWoAnd.rwa
learn to use pumice and oil meeting In Daytona Beach Ro... tae"' dIrmlwal., ,
v Dorothr Brown vi. lUfinaldw .. W..11. DelJo -
the finest kind of finish. These, Wednesday with 12 other directors .. ....RltIlamwa' .. 'Jams H nre'uen dh0.ua1,

finishes are our specialty cometo from all over the state. H *... .vo'1.1 AorrodltH< ION i :: \\.:\wWmta" aiObri.aw .halo..

see us at 601 West Lemon EAST SIDELUMBER OR UTTER HE .tHG-M... AnM oH |/creel/ chews hire .,.r.linf o ...chl... /Ni5Nd One of the chief concerns of .Aerhui.Iuku=rle1a ." n. JamoaDavla- dla.North .: W.Puk N.,.Dandan .. 51. aYal.YIAmatl0

Street and let us offer our help CO.One .r ..It.... H.I... Ail I I.. L....'.... 01 t". ..It.... 4lstrlbutine' shies spend Yr on 207 I. Lessen the group Is to provide a bet .. American Aorontaneo Corn. shoe{ 1A l.aa u,. tu.WaAuNn n., ilk r 1e. Joe..;

with no obligation. I 5t. She .n4 kr nutkan, .."> are the. MW BoHon. Hocrlnf Aid d'lirrlkyron In &....1...4 on4 their ter state-wide exchange of Information ..10.....1 Ibbrt P. Paaa0. M W 04. 1. wWr ..-5 Tana M .

Mile neat of Light Plonten listens the latnr ..It... locrronic wouipm.i>t with. which ship. or* able |. toit on4 fit any regarding known .I Bdna W Brown vi rtank assnbmlwl AUraNaues al B..b1.55 ., .1 MLN"e

See you next week Hwy. M. MU 2-4651 type of corroclrblo fc.nrln| ..... They will con.yct free kowrlnf ..... fM p...... i.ipottln| "..,1... schemes designed to bilk the Jarka.raur' ,Jan' Jx-kion va. ainlo GoneRtw'Murrar .uuriu.1IWrlaze ':TwdtWun;

Tom I (lea (&..|.r ,..... |r H.(....) public. tmm. .:.. ... WUIIam K .ltr: .' ..91.... II.... "
Ad __ __ __ __ ___ __h Mum dj.ma| sae Ktnt M .. Suit .
It was most gratifying Bick Nor, >Uwlm.., f- ..0155Renrr .
I ley reported te find that ear William. BuHdora*. olimlMolIntorlaki O' L.m m.r4u.I N, VlrflaU Nalbl. 11hYIN

DRIVE RIGHT IN FREE PARKING FREE Butler Scoffs At French Plan BBD Is not only up te date In Pranklln janlro A D.. Novo.I.m...It awie:1.: C.mbI. .... ChMlo. InIDII 0Im
Its method ef handling and 011.1... bay hdra1 Jaaw t.1YrYN.
ASK ABOUT DELIVERY sun N nee 5. N.ltle 11,7 InlrvOnald Psbo.ure.\
all I. a.,. lad OOr .... R. Bore .i.
COPENHAGEN. DenmarkAP distant Utopia" processing complaints 'la dUmlMal, r. .01. .r... '. D..., had IMUw
.f course will accept them Paul; HOBMHW ti..r 1. _b'>. Taul h/51
Noting that Britain had recognired *. Brill. IseWIIINm
(( British Secre- .. va Jamoa
AND SAVE ) Foreign Pbmlll"'ilw.tariN
RUBEROIDASPHALT tary Richard A. Butler has Red China for 14 years only In writing but that the Will.&TltimNbala: ... lN.iaMhO.i Lra0. .. Tom ......... ot*<

ikeptlcally dismissed French Butler. In a speech to Danish City of Lakeland through Its 1YIrwlnnN I MabMh" Thomai ... Pimliomai .,INn.a1Oliarteod.r and OA 'taIID. .10.
ordinances to 'IV ,
topes for neutralization ol students Wednesday night, pertaining dlamliaalKaUirrlno Anna Huter ... Nukur ... LnN Ada Pr..I" ., ai, Ilow

SHINGLES Southeast Asia in cooperation warned President Charles de bouse-lo-houM solicitors offers M Herr' 'tPwrat dUmlMalCharln ... Divld BUll Auti* ......, strolhor v.. JaW CC.
Bulbs protection that many ether .t W. T BrldiM >, dlimliaalTroMa B'... h",
light Y
Gaulle not to .. WaU
689 expect quick : Ko.
P with Communist China aa "a any cities are only now planning OodwlD. o ItrI.n. JamM Orblu O..dol,.

I Net A.. land c..." r 100Ba' settlement with Peking becauseof to put Into effect. Oo Own. diem Ptnnt Wal.ia ... Anna Plnntcaa "%.jyt dlu0.11Oa1.' V. \*. .*.. 1n..1e

f D4. r.Nq. his decision to recognize the .10. .iCamuol W. Johcuoa ft HI"oiadii ai.nt Corp, 1.1........
The other Chambers .
w2 A 1 t' ales.a. Communist reprosented : CionrdtoSrnolUor ol nlHarai .
19" .. GLASS regime. Interested M Tarlor .. Carrol L Taylor
vpT .hu...... 1.. i.N M:: and requested were greatly copies of the Barbara, dUmUaaT Ciranora Carter otc- vsH'nrr Dcouirla.ml1 va. Janwe M.
CUr Moon Jr.. dlMnliaal H.'. Jr '1 nll"n.
!: .
A. Rst. lSc .
J 1"-1119" Lakeland Advertising Code William H. Wllllamion ir n Fr.- II.' .,.' 1t4151(1..1.m15.51.Care.
COW.7SW.100W 15 AND 10 lI. fELT len IRefresherCourse prepared by our BBD In cooperation 1 ir lorralna L.Wllllamion Jonia ... Kin, iimlualnormco ., R, JonndlimlMal hula Walur aid..Union, dN.I/Ni.k. P0.Hors' -
a 0.
with the Advertising ,Donor: puna n. WUUam Arllnt Pltrci. 01.4I, ale' 1e. 11100... hYUla
ASK ABOUT Club of Polk and :I::.=..
County endorsed
e'lI Slated "MarUia H Hiadr .l. William tR Inlnl vT lab, Itowland> M .o
LIGHT D.eC .. .
not only by the Chamber d dlimmalMo ", .
I > Maria Younthlood.. WIIIU Arthur Cu.", VI Ctiartl Cr. ,
110 Board but also by the earl Touniblood )1l mlMaJ >
FIXTURES I s..tn. Mart Maaun ... John Htnrr D4cmLoJrd ... Jam** Nun ollr2UMiH.n as
For Engineers Downtown Grove Park andSouthg.t. Martladl.mW51,
merchants associations Hare) Ruhr: Motai Tarlor ... Chartll ." .. H..ru...
M.'allr. FLUSH DOORS '' .. Wood Tirlor. dlmnialOarion lor D.YaO Bj' Jj
Off I Local advertisers who Hamilton n. Chinaitor HamUlon and Pul1.a. toed Of' ..
A refresher course for engl- dlimlualMarr' "w'lllaonJ Conaib. Fiord BiewoThVlnJa
INTERIOR ( may not have received their ChrliUno .11..,. ... WUUa 111r dl00.
a.. ilea, sea Price I neers who want to take the state of this publication which "ri. dlimliiMlMuluil M. ouNn ,.. Riroorl ....n.
I copy rinanr Co Mr n JimM ..
I 1 1'/6" x 678" x 1 Us" . 3.79 THAT'SOUR registration examination will be also I Includes the Federal .Alton. Hall .. Y.. Joint T. Tailor it ElaVno". H .I1r.5 vi 110., B Car.Winiarn .

\ 1'/8" x 6'/8" x 15-V . .4.00 I held at Florida Southern College Trade Commission's "Bait Ad .iI.dltaiiualBink Mulbrrr ail.. .l. JamMKrllr Ur of. ".w." MrKinilo1**'... BurnitttMarhlnirr

2'/0" x 6'/8" x 1 11/,," . 4.20 R it dl.mU.ilLiia I rte. dunuialMlldrrd :
and M .
BLP PAINT :under the sponsorship of the vertising" "Deceptive Depot. re. Bbirliv B Omar Uwla va. Major Uwla. duBc7tloLo -

2'/4" x 678" x 1s"1 . .4.89 Pricing" guides will be sent dlamlualMariirii B Burrouiht tl 1IA>? olmBurrouihi \ Varnadoo vi John Cal

2'/6" x 6'/8" x 1 11/s" . .4.89 MOBILE PAINT CO. BUSINESS college and of the Ridge Chapter one if they'll call us here at dumlMalChruiuii Bniluh. ,... John orortr Virnadoo Jr,h14:'?vlr A'dttmu.ilOrjllln VarnadolMnnw '
J l l
2'/8" x678" x 1 W' . .5.203'O" : of Florida Engineering So the Chamber Bnilli I >h J'Aao"11Thimpaa Lumbor" Co. r.. a.e. Sewn,
WHU< w vi Andfa !: .....
x 678" x 1 la" . 5.65 INTERIOR ciety. T Trivli *i u>, a1NUW.l. *" va. .
33/3 .. .r..o.
% OFF W J Nultir Otad J. T ClMIn- "L1t..RolII: Jr ,,* ..
AND I A preliminary planning meetIng .r it sea it .1), dUDiUulniiitwUi Mllllian : Thflma W Q."..t' .,.. Thema t.
1 EXTERIOR for the course will be held Mobile Village act Linwood Pr.rlln.M Illaan duailiulAudm N Hor-' Ci.rkr.lean...LL WUIIamlBtrnto .

( 2'/6" x 6'/S" x 13/;" . 6.75 EXTERIOR Reg. list Price! AUTO GLASS Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clock I Cbulnut Ml Chninul dlimuial, n Jimala. AlItn -: .tumW51., N. nXotln 5. '....

1 BUILDING GLASS OF All at Polk Science Building on Plans Shrove I J R Ointrr vi W.... M. swiss Par Fott vo Oarr
2'/8" x 6'/8" x P/V' . ,6.953.0"x6'S"xH..7.49 homo it al dumlaial. Rubrn"iSitf: ; l' Minor ... Jamo Caino.Frtln"'M
KINDS campus Ho.ard thonai n. Marr C. Thorn..1

1 COMPOUND CAULKING c...Per,..,. 27- ALUMINUM ENTRANCE I I The course will be held Tuesday Sunday SupperLAKE M smith Nest. u.mN.Y. dUmtMal Jo fcmlrk, ... lldnir Edward altml1.Vo.d.
DOORS evenings, from 7:30: to 10 Joan.f' onon n Roland W. Ornn. L. a.too *. Phllll C

STORI FRONT METAL :at a cost of $11 for eight lea- ALFRTD-In keeping), 41r.511..1. RoUrt MIA dla.9U Join'RuuTcoirif ... Crnnt S. CorifBarbrj'a"T .

6' . 1.36 MIRRORS I sons Enrollment, at the Bursars -with the ancient tradition of the, af.AdiA wilwn : Tom. Wiiwn Jr. .. Sap. va. larrr t Bapp.n .
.\ Office, must be completedby Christian church. Shrove Tuesday Ilimlwalhirlir" OnmW51
I I I r . .1.59 METAL SASH GLAZING .. Maroir n John Wear. .. Rant NInm UUIan P51ar. t4.
noon Saturday. March 1. will be celebrated at Palm llHalJimmr. S."p"'itio It_
8' . 1.82 'spokesmen for the college said. Shores Mobile with C. Oathlntt n. BOIM: oaihVormi"'z"r H< : v*. John PtU
Patented feature leaks at CENTRALGLASS Village a lD dumlwl "*.
prevent *"*
9 2.04 Prhrlnirr Arnold Joteoh OUYM/
. pancake breakfast I i S"al"
side Exclusive tentten I fillip Plhrlnair dlimtwalUtrt hR Raan d 11.11.
laps. curve :
10 . 2.27 & MIRROR CO. FaneuII Hall. Boston. Mass. But the hoe cakes from the,, a. HaU n. Arlli a. Hall dlMiJiu" 1u.rr 1 H.II i IrvW
makes every shoot fit tnvgly against 302 N. Ave.Ph. once was rebuilt through money hearth will '1x ii'r, 1hMlimW51 Aihlof VI. Opal MilJufiallHop"ixrii \'
Ingrohom to
I ir give way griddlecakes "** ** *"" T. Han u1
reel taking. Priest hewn for 26" . 2.50 ...: Mutual 6-616 ''obtained from the sale of lot- from the gas plate In I .i1 I.Q": Turor .a 11.50501 Y. Ina n Lo..:::? ..r., Jaaa 10011

wide shssh. 12' . 2.72 tickets 1Lrner. dl.I..1 .
,tery __ keeping with today's cooking A.D. &II ban n ?**"* Hl11' ,r .... Ernli FhUlKVlSla0"M"iJafkin
man .n.q D1k51r u.mw51
methods obbr T. BuriowiTvit'oiran: Thumb Isar/r. C.moboll va J1rn ta1YDNIh
I This season the park has added aitlows: dlmll : \ Jack.M.nla .
GARAGE -1 Tnr Aibriuonva, Mirr MirUn Al.brnton v*
a large portable gas-fired duralualml son, feeds
I.. ... Rum"F.rtoon V*. Joo O
I r I DNa heath DNA1..
DOORS -- I I for such of ..Jjo
-- >= griddle just out door .
occasions and It is tm, Awned LL.wn a ...Ino". ,Io.. MaT?.p.I;Blinol1: .. WU1I *ar BlahoP
Pone I. mode of seeing regular .. Hann vu.N ., ..
1 IIn.
... *""
eOgrehnlu51e HrSTiSaVlnog
S.t-' h service as its !
popularity .... .. .
R hrwr n Toni aa,
flan D"
by dru r..
PLYWOODElKtrolytlC grows. Jalur. Nears Otis
: dwnlaaala .
ProceuFoctory Trying to keep up with fresh :S&iMsIPfr MIIIN risen Vlruma Durdcn.10.11. ... Dal IaOh

--Dove Groy pointed, Two I A air appetites with 1 Individual -o ':: "roe" .ahrlwn.._..1.....m..I.o.Tnomai ... YenWn, ...
Rob." N lI1 lhell Ron.Id Morrlaon
I COOL. '4r frying pans Just wasn't the o/ Chord e. .

Insert. eMrler answer but now Mike Pond, the 1.*dl':l.io p":" ... B1* I. ._.. ::::: B.U Jour ... Bi...n J-', anShTrlor

'14SI x 4 x a 2.78 3.07 Size: park manager says "I can flip VcSK.-Wtf; .. iS3fa' jS Jew Jian Hart .... Bdrtdn. L. JIlt'

s/sa4a8 3.77 4.17 8'xT9V7' 19.98 them out as flit as you can cr lorrcloi' morUiai n 51. M d.ivViTn*VI... .. ..... Vlvn. eiJimMAmold .

/2 x 4 x 8 4.91 5.34 . 44.95 put them down if I don't run Johnnli n D MrL Btrlnifillow.a Blrlnilrllow. final doero n d".docrji ",...1 Judd ... Jionilla MWinhlniton

16'x7 93.95 out of batter or first" tursedneraf. Judd.tubIL1. .
/a .4. 8 5.63 6.17 Mlloou Wrb.t. Aratie.. t o.lso ii. t.up' LNlew d.
: s51
1/4 a4x8 6.55 7.12 I. . . IA.forKlouni r J nortiaii*. float' 1olYd .waaAlNNS ... 1.rth. 1Mw.rho

rlril ....... Bavmn and ACouo .... L
r FLASH Cocoa Irvth. : 0' Win.."ol """',"llnal doS,...Stars'i .:,emu1M.d1.mW.l.Ruth ::=: : .;I. C1s'kd Tat'ula ,

I alter VINYL :}:.::.:. LIGHT DOORMATS rJG OXFORDEMBER *VnL5"rn'l elo.n. .,..0''aiII1'inali:....'. ...D.,"*J dl.* .'onk-,.. Ru HWa0.ms'Y is-Curl, 1/a.hw.W51.t:: :: YY Walter

7110 A.M. ASBESTOS 1.01. BATTERIES tgwnauonu YIN.i. aid COmNu dlimliaa l.Walter .
Corp ... .. Vats a5
'TILNO : A. VUla." "sof Jamw HOC.II ?

.M. flOOR FOR 25 YEARS QUALITY *al pi'no'Wl'd'lim'wlf, alemlN51.: r' IUch r.. H. sells NeaOL J.an'"pinon: ... Ooini W'n.N

DAILY TILE .;; .. 10- ... "".27" $169 THE FINEST ENDORSEMENTOF .1 IWl.rd William lawwn, u.n I:: r.. Tula t Pfiraon Kirkland. IhmWUre. O '
t 4. 1. eaadds'i 11 : .
: ....... B.t"rltnitoil'iSpwa
SATURDAYS .: : m. vi UwronooOorJamai
( a b Adimi va, Jed Lanon. A 4. den DDwn, .. .
'TtL 9 f. ... FOR DELIVERIES Mx :Itoh i Chars, :.71'-:
4'.M. ea. Lufkin Rule A. $169 THE HIGH CALIBEROF "HarrlSm'.nir""P *** ta' 1 .1. Arnold Yes4am.n

,. .J.n FULL CREDIT B YuUqnK14mlllr Dsr4 .., wag.,,. 1" It Cl.nmla.re. Matt anton
THE ... CN.ants
FOR RETURNS PP"Sf1'*.* V" ,Rooorion vi ...."" H L. tell, at..N., .5, r w YIt.
: Rub .'' dlMlllual O HNNn .k. d/rmiaW./
U '. '- '. o5.: amN Curt4 ... Maud Ptnaaco Co. oto.. n. Marr
Terms : :: t'':.rrwR.N Jan Darla Cole 01 vlr. dumlMalOoruiMl
USE THEMe Oraham.
HOME BUILDERS SUPPLE aimPron. dt.mlNu' 0504 Uliabith.. Phllli Joht.Jonnjon..
Can B. Arranged Nor.nO H.II, .. ad. Nar111LI.. :.ol.a"
Tr.1..01... JeerM.. Jlol..... ,. Burnlco AUnINohna
C M.Nogere.. J. .. Natmt Aumh.al.Nelulsuan
I' u. i' Ca. 155ell
p1 SEE OXFORD sot, Lou Rbud Lag. ... Jut LY. cnartoi C oullor .01 50 ao/
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LAKELAND MU 2-2221 MU 6-7952 mual dUmluial
1508 NEW TAMPA HWY.Other or FOR 'Ll Watta.
SERVICE! fusee I 'tfSSnl"' *.".... t7 BmltA to. Howard. M. a0.1ro

y City e $.. Pete S.,...... *> Iredenre. e) 0,1..... 510 WIT MAIM -I"nultal1"Powiat. "ri.. Wiiilhii11RU/. ? .l.- sire.<>.ouo r51.Russ. Tt r. ... t. L. T rfc dOr'jVr1mU "-

Storeskisterd IrndonroK e) Ivitu 0) Leotkurf e Co.. Jn. PHONE MU 2.211 6. T.fbr' | **.Lonna Hor..*.' I. Tan ; Colllni ... Vonidoa. Cotp

CU .000UUi IMirlifil'Chjp'.a, rloH chllda 'Jr,. ... Johnan rec. dlwwal.WIh1 ... Q.. .... JahM1wa.
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Chemical Society Will of *HiRi r'a sALt --:
\.nder end b>. i-lrtue M a n sac. I Irl.t"dM ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENTS3

I IN THE MILITARY SERVICELAKELAND / utlo Ml .i .'I 'of. Court lIeu under of Pole the I, 4 Lent .n*' FeimdFerten I'ii'H'iJPW..tl":1'ii *1

Its National Chief ('01,51)415Cc of Florida. under.
Hear date of reb 4. isis wherein ADBlRMMMt I LOST A sold nhtra btetOlet, eho .ANno. ... II 10
: LtS15kR COMPANY: oh."" .... "I..... 001110. 5 :3' 755 Woe5 Mo..1 001100505WIII'FZ
Army PFC William Well, son I pert In firing the M14 rifle in I. plaintiff' I >nd UDIK OULCIBPHRR i .......11.11-11' krntsh'tewa.rd.. LADY to OSro 10' .ld.l,
la defendant< I have Uvto4 Met p Ann Lone .ea..3" wmnae It. Snosa work. U5OelCOCKTAIl.
The president of the American tin and Northwestern UrUverilty I of Mr. and Mrs Byron R. Well.!Germany. Jan. It Mercer a upon and will offer for ..I. and the.? 5. C s.uum, .... ss- -. -WAmtMo- ---wentId.

Chemical Society will speak tote : James A. Galloway, radioman Route 3 Lakeland and nearly mecnanltf in the 24th EnlneerCompany aell. to the haheat and beat bidderfor 5cr 1 suenUos old Colon bl..k Amply aloe DUrount Ll.uetiBroadwar .
........ it tbe front door of eke nibs 10. 1,1. whIle ,iul rOd Van Fleet. Barto*

Lakeland Subsection of the He Joined Standard Oil Co. of seaman, USN, ion of Mrt Ruth 3,000 soldier of the 25th Inftn near Kornwestheim, Oourl County. Hotiae thinS I at on Bur the tow llth, Polk day roltar"" ..nd.wilt, Own.505 h.., John Wnlaha MOSSI.asslbs toso -, Aik"ml lor M,. teals. rhODe 1310;

ACS Wednesday evening i Indiana in 1924 rising to be- Hunt of Route 6, Lakeland, participated : try Division's 24 Brigade Task entered the Army In November 1't Pebiuary 1M.. .tr at* same M bain. phoo.... or .horlr a 01.tl. WAIfTn' WOOLS InnS sAil

Maurice H Arveon of Chi.' come senior technologist of the In "Operation Spring' Force began leaving Hawaii by 1961 He completed basic train- a'hrll."a: ::.day' the 1 leial p vale m jQir.L c lest--Caehnesmotor Ithl nesS,.,..in_enre.....for room.....rl'led..boardplui .. ..

cago coordlni development and board" while serving aboard the hour* of .I. .n o Flock a m, and .seoieo. 5e 104. 1'1'00., email .. .... Applr In ...,-
patent depart air Jan. 23: for Okinawa to participate ing at Fort Gordon Ga, was ,w i olock a m, of Mid dny the .......tIS .
131 lesS Valencia BlreetHOUBIKHPCH
tor researcherfor of eon .. __.
aircraft following dwirtbed properly
ment in 1935. He warttre
was named In Exercise QUICK RELEASE last stationed at Fort .
Amoco] Bennlng, mo defendant. OPIH CiULPEP *! NoticH FOR man and
senior technologist of the chem carrier USS Lake Cbamplain In The month. PER, to ..lItt, laid asecslionand, wile. Refined white lcd WHO
long exercise and arrived
Chemical Corp.. the Caribbean. The operation,: Ga., overseas In torte to.wit I IOn sty aiLtu..d loot .,ua.sn4ne.rtine drive n eer and dOle houeekeep.na
.U in Florida ical products department in 1945 .U scheduled to end Feb. 25. June 1962 The 21-year-old sol SItS Naah KamMer, 4 ....d.. Dial MUl Home and email sitar. Cal
an annual exercise conducted by' door, ID "D> $ 4 through Feb 17| and technical director of Indoll unit of the Atlantic Fleet, take' Well I I. a gunner In Headquar- dler attended Auburndale High IM1 tar -mLe'C PrneniHen STAMPS rlrhassnd.r WNI'I's WOMAN Ie nm-a t.* .hU.

to speak ,before Chemical Co. in 1949, before advantage of the excellent, tern Company, 2d Battalion of School and was employed by Interest In amount of 1541" ..u.M. Mlmae. Ion sass lIes. 51.0 week BI-1131 I" my ._.. teer San

the seven FlorIda moving to his present position weather of the Caribbean area the division I 27th Infantry atSchofield the International Paper Company One title Chevrolet HtnllnnVenon Oll-a.,

ubsectlonc with Amoco Chemical Corp. to conduct amphibious landings Barracks, Hawaii The i Auburndale, before enterIng \H8SH4II. .ID seen"K5IA.OOII tea 9 4W.IIMT TC MADAMS. pwir pooL Cl4RI..n"nmmnk.. and Psloleltoll. (e.tare. nanseatOFPbC5 01 dales ......woman....In. lereolneCk. ospaMa -

of the Amen A* a member of American and flight training operation I year-old soldier entered the I the Army On. Trojan Utility stops< Patrol oonfldrntlll.erelod. All tod Inn PnineC 1 all and.. Write P. O. 105 5455.L.atmaed .

can Chemical Chemical Society, Arveson Marine Corporal Jerry F. Tanner Army In April. 1963 and has drader M Herlal tUlltXI.Mndel Cut ol Lakelend on Rn,. II. YOUNG LADY...". for ea

Society.wllts1ktO served previously a* director- son of Mr. and Mr*. Frank been stationed In Hawaii since Winter Haven MoNnomnnAtCtNEelontO Open a.' .undiCHRISTIAN.m -10,. p m, tallt Includlnt hop work Apply lOS laM Mam'

ARVFVN at.large of the national oraanl.laUon R. Tanner of Route 4, Gay Road last October, Wells attended of folk Countv,. FloridaBY StIselsO home
t h Lakeland on the executive com Lakeland, was promoted to his Kathleen High School I Airman First Class Donald A. ChItClYll Luau 5005. Bpeelel attention liven 05ID STATISTICAL TYPIST
I o'clock In one of the Nelson of Winter Haven has vvn snide .I canS petleat MU
at .
group mlttee and a* chairman and present rank Jan. 16 by his commanding John R. Slkklng yeoman first 1.l2n. PAYROLL CLERK

lecture rooms in the rear of member of various other : officer Lt Col James been named a winner In'the IN TIlt OU"T OF .
comm class, USN, con of Mr*. Grace EARANCK Silt' Dod 1> ....-
Branscomb Auditorium at Florida It tees. Arveson was named M Walley while serving with L. Carden of 2409 Golfview St., United Kingdom Communications Tell POLK COUNTY I COUNTY JUDOS, .1... 3033 Norm Florida Aviouo Proereeilve ....In.III, firm need
'abrlci. nuB.nsrteu rod up to H a italletloei "' .'". Baperlenn
Southern College. I chairman of the Chicago Sub- Headquarter and Headquarters Lakeland. I Is serving with the Region "Safety Siogan'contest STATI OF PLOCIOD.pnoshTt >ALI 'CARNEal areduewe Join wild CPA ar In aorounune proferred .

section in 1945. At other timeshe Squadron One, First Marine Aircraft staff of Amphibious Group Two at Prestwick Airfield tint...7.471UR NUNaIn 010' Lektlend chapter for Cue Alee need perroll elerk
of Arveson' with ekperieace I In pevroll aenountlna -
The topic speechIs was councilor of the Subsection Wing at the Marine Corps aboard the attack transport ship Scotland. Airman Nelion a IN :: KP.1A1H OH* anS. t.llow.hlp New. ,..ldente'Iroml and on Burrouihi. book
American Chemical Society Cell (II 9174 or P15son
"The "- from 1943 to 1953, and Air' Station, Iwakunl, Japan. A USS Francis Marlon, operating United Air Force communications -.RIHA ULAM.HB HAtttSON l>ereaaodNOTIC larOrIle PO Bo' nil koorISa rnarbt,.. SalsreesnIS ,
and Its Member i Olner100 ne III wlle.n.I.mdLneinnrrinn
: You. wa two-time director I of the graduate of Kathleen High out of Norfolk. Va. Francis center specialist, received OP INTINTION ......I.hd. Inn N ev MuleerHiahwar -

The dinner talk at will 6:30 be o'clock preceded at the by, group, serving from 1942-44 and' School, Tanner entered the ServIce Marlon the Navy's newest trans. a $23 U.S. Savings Bond for his TO Porn MAKII INAL APPLICATIOP4 DICHAOI. LOIS BLIP Raid c..".I-IVJI. Shop., Dre IOChMtnul > or Ukelind Florida.

.from 1946-47 In August. 1961 port ship, was commissioned In prize winning entry. The airman TO WHOM IT MAY CX>NCKKMlNotloo iorI0. hedipreedi, elip covrri.
Cadet Restaurant Ivea that tie A..II'I.. ....III'na.. ...... 00"nl. UNUSUALOPFORTUNITY
Is the of Mr. and Mrs la hereby (
I Jerry W. Robberson, sonar- 1961 She I I. considered the fait son Plot-Ida National Bank at Sake.lens. ..... rod. ass I5.I.atlSilOe. lIund' I
Joined OD Firm A mail order house still man seaman, USN son of Mr est transport In the Fleet James S. Nelson of 1016 W. "old. bee Curd ICC fieelroport .... 01 ....pl.. to .h...... Cr001INCOMI
carries .. CTA of fn IDle area for _tOD.bl. wemn .
and Mrs Thorns E. Robberson Lake Cannon Drive, Winter Haven Afmlntotrotor TAX rotrnS. Pesene'ehl
Arveson. who ha* belonged a supply of pot-bellied Samuel .. Wolfe, aviationelectrician' the .;.t.t..t Hh;KTI1 ULANCHKHARHIMON rendetti.lent. .v .3..a.. In canS health who ean work
of 1104 North Gilmore Lake His wife I Is the former DecoAoed: that the us It,IareIno1n Int. Oar necoenrr -
to American Chemical Society stoves, the general store kind mat second class. bed ..
; tiled AUTO en > .
Is aboard Christine M. of Fiorina National Hunk
land. the destroyer Scotland
since 1930, .U a 1924 graduate of cast Iron coal stoves, wood- serving -USN. .son of Mrs Shirley T. Stephouse la ."..1 It Ion ror Final Dlatharaind .. ..ntfent pa Iniurenret. Hintnonlhl .. I. 101,11 heroInes

Lawrence College where he burner with a four-lid top; and operating USS with Beale the Sixth currently Fleetin Wolfe of Lakeland I Is. serving ha that Honorable eelS! Bank RICHARD will. apply i-I to. CUSTOM to MADI pet CHI.....MU.N....a.k,deerie a,. 3"OMhl...k. OsIS 5051055I nanall.a.

earned a bachelor of, arts degree -fashioned clothe wringer with Fighter Squadron 174 RHONHON County Judge of Polk ... .11........... Free .eotlmat 4. Company penefltaInveeUneni
BARTOWRichard .. ,
the Mediterranean. The Nor na nlahk
He went on for further probably for people who don'tcotton hamebased at the Naval Air Station :otinty. lorda, on th. IlLS day I. tour home Benmle. M rhooMtram .
folk, Va based destroyer recently ..f February, toSS>> for approval. ur OU Mrt '...., MU 5.INJUItKD lurth.r Informalloa write
schooling at the of modern' i Cecil Field Fla. The aee.1. lullS to Mri W. VenDrko BOI
University to new-fangled
Valencia A. GledhlU of Bar the Mine and for final dleuhartoaa 44, Orlando Fla JleOe
departed Spain
'I' Adntlnlatntnr CTA of the I-:.- Ilk. I
Chicago, University of Wiscon appliancsiINVITATION squadron provides replacement WOMAN would *
-- -- --- .__ after a five day visit. While tow, has been promoted to airman -late of BI-HTIIA BLANCHE know Uii Idenmr of the driver
i there members of the pilot* to East Coast squadrons second class in the United HAHB1WON. Dweaaod. .1 a aIde.
crew 1<4HXIKILIA t"wn her'Tar NEED MONEY?
flying the Chance Vought FIC Thin nth day of January .jh ODd 1.11
Beale helped to paint and redecorate States Air Force Airman Gled NATIONAL. ICiNKAl' the ecene of the accldeal .. Jen
TO BID classrooms at the Center -"Crusader" a single engine hill an auditing specialist, is LAKKLANl, FLORIDA .err II. IH4 neer Ocala. FlorKnown Earn It a* thousand of
By ,./ UAWRKNCP 8 U>WIC!: .}.. lion... *.D. Reply lPO
for North American Studies supersonic Jet fighter aircraft.I the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Trout; Ofri.r, a. AdmlnlnttatorTA Bon I.n Ofila. Florida. women do Repretent AVON

February 5, 1964 ,where English classes are held With this continual supply of M. GledhlU of 965 Mann Road ( of the t.ot.te of RUH1HAHLANCHU FUND' RAIBINO pan lot ortin COSMETICS.

qualified pilots, East Coast HARBISON.iHweaeed ..lion. Loral ..n.I,. Shun
Bartow The airman is
Sol 4j Mt. win be retelveJ by the PurdMiin Agent, daily. squadrons can maintain a con a graduate HU.BR sINnER >..-a.3. alter tMlcli p rnWANTLD .. Writ p, 0 Box 1395or :
Aviation Cadet David W. Bartow Senior '
City of Ukelnna1, FUrrlna Mil 10:00 A.M., 1ST. W...... .,, I Byrdof stant level of High PVRR C1ITLKH KLLICWUItTRAtt'rort : 55,5CTRIO bealaruIIm
........" I Z. 19(4, .t which, tuna nil hMi received ....11 h. Lakeland has entered United readiness where School. a fur FlUtlonorO ..I.. ,., \0 eler 'n .,....... Call 682-4137
and when raulred lee _" .. b.od. Contact krrP
pvhllcly .p.na4l In .... nHicn .f the Purchniln A.."", Cloy States Air Force navigator train LEGAL ADVPTICMNT| I lios Klorldk 4.l >i>Uon. MU .-...10.PAi7l Lakeland

Hall,, Ukalnntt, riorldn, asS sad abed ,., Hit Ml* ., Hit ing at James Marine T te Eddie B. Wfl- -NOTICE OF SHtftlPr't SALt Labland.D-ti5 BEAUTY alms h new

fallowln,. ...,,1... "...Ie"1 Connally AFB, Hams, son c Samuel L. Wil- Under and Syvlrt.enten.e. 'ePrfl, In Moduli tlerdem ala
out Ion leaued out t>r and under Cl-. IN THC CIRCUIT COURT OFTM soot aarden Do'... Plain ehampoo WantJ Male
ONE III 141 CMC < < "GI" wrecks, with Gao J4 Help
Hams Sr. of
a Tex Cadet 810 North Dakota ,
oral of the Claim ('..urt or Pi.Ik TINTH JUDICIAL CIP1 I Mid ..,. (1 >0 OU ehampooen
W..* ........ douse .winch I IS'tt beam Byrd. H. will Ave., Lakeland, completed recruit 'Count. '".1. of Florid, under culT IN AND FOR POLK : sot II Tl. Hlnuu ehempoo lARttH' OPPORTUNITY, .iaoi,,.
end 1000 pound weight" nt front of dit. of November IS. ices. whereIn COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN hId .... 110. 'm..nte, alary Ml 00 per week Free but
chnatlt Winch li PTO driven from tracktmnintltlion receive radar training Dec. 31 at the Mtrlne Mr*. Evelyn Oil) la ....Inllrl.nd CIIIIY. 55 I' end u,. PhaSe eassess01w eltal ft life Iniuraaee ,Iu. ...-
and celestial Corps Recruit Depot San (harlla and Mildred Oreen la derendant DOROTHY MAle rOHKHAND. a00000 rement arotram., lesS ....0
I hove levied upon und riaiiitirr, tarried him SChOOl treduat* a.
Thin vehicle .., h* Ininncttd tt the City Mntnf Pool tn n a vIgatlon Diego Calif Recruit training win offer for .aI elsa..1I to the _...._ I BUILDING TRADES nulnsinlPhee. II,S4B4)MANACICR

I... ,.rt., Street, Lakeland .lerl.... training in Air prepares Marines for further hlo.heet enl beet bidder for ,o.h..t CECIL F nKIOAKD.l.f.nitant.. TRAINS IUI. Moytetrainee
ire front dnor or the Court 14 Building Carpentering ..,... 001 50. .111. .
The autctairvl hlddnr shall **''., and .. sloPe In kit hid, I Force T 29 "Fly. specialized training a service Hnuee at Bur...., Polk County c... Nn aoaoo-no-nSUIT 171 to Marrltd nan wild ee'

that hn will .....n. end My for Itiil Item .with. two ....k. org Classroom" school or with a unit of the' Klorlln. on the 171 h dny or Keltinry POP DIVORCoTNOTIC xoiprto WrsW5.luoLo.m .nd phone. aie SI-40 with toed
tfttr nntrflctrlnn tf kid aircraft He will Fleet Marine Force will 1PM, the pnmo bolns I & l inset l lMlei :* TO OtPIND ldins. 0000he. ,....".. attOra., .ter.otn. elf.r.nr... h Ioir-
tcctnttnct They der. it I:10 p m., whirl I. TOt CKI.il.: KORPIIAM hush 10 month. III P.'. 5.5 rIm.. eallrlenctd MU 5-4045 S Ie C P"
lids'' shall kf'tnclttd. within ...... tnvtlnpt end be awarded the report to Camp Pendleton between the ltto.1 >.lo bnuro orr r/o Mr, Mre Knit Kent C."ltll" Com....,. I.eurad. .... di.Ml aieehonlaOperlencod .
.1, .n oelnrk A. M. and t..oo..I..k Camp ItsIet'VIlerkIry Phon MU 5.5515. A, Siaor-
morkad tht ..Hlda thereof SIALID BIDWatCKIR" silver .
clearly to Calif. for combat training
Infantry KoadAunumdnle .... moohanli foliucki
aJ BYRD P. M or uld day. the 0.1.i.wmnt men. MU e4015 r / la
end fcnmt ef Wddtr.Tht a navigator deocrlhed properly of he Klnrlda HANDYMen .."IreNOlIln. .
City ., L.k..... mnrvaa the right ft withdrew nnyIrom la commission as a second lieu defendant, rhorllo end Mlldwd YOU ARtS lIKRhBV NOTIMFT" : too .....U. CStl IiIU 5- Service. aletk and part nanlapertenoed .
..... that cult fi' dtvnree flee been fllod '
ilfen to omiefy Mid .Uon
offered for in la, tt rntct| nny tf nil ". tad. t* accept tenant upon completion of the AuburndaleArmy and ._I. to.wit : with the Clark or the Ircull ourl I8U. Youne arovlni truck tire repairman.llh
eompenr ee-
that hid doomed tt kt ,In the fcttt Interest tf the City. for toOt ('nInlveCeIn.Iroll HOUR RKPAIM, pelnllni, roof
i course The cadet Is the son of One lint Plymouth Fury, 4. and: MAlI\ : normally 'or the runt ", ..
block. brkk work drlvrvere
door III KIllllt M. TO .11. ly IIOROrilY Write or hall Mr. F.w fur Smnoinlmrnt -
CITY OF LAKELAND FLORIDAR. Mr. and Mrs William W Byrd PFC Andrew G. Mercer stall hlnrk mill, end neuterMONROIO and ran are. hereby ro.quired kitchen caninete. norlda. room' ADIII, L.k.l.ndhUI.\ .
l of 1528 Del Crest St. Lakeland whose wife Mary and parent BKASNKN to eeni n Poiy or your an free ettlmatee MU I 306BONESTOPSERVICE_ I. I.. 100. er phone MU 1-411

P. Perez ''He" a graduate of Lakeland Mr. and Mr: Ernest E. Kherirf HnrldiiKAIU.of. pollt county, .wa. ,rnrethOe up'in tll.l'I'.IL.written dereneee. URUCNIK : IImy IX'IIII.NClD: TIllS ruonper'

Furcheilnf Atnt High School. and attended South Mercer, live at 410 Orange St., II>,: ., W BINCLAIRB: .. Ilalntlffa attorney, whoi.oilHlllnp O.sMrCoa.SAM toS PM.
I Chief CIMI Deputy ; nddrena UP. U. Rax 111. 55110. 11i. North '10'1' Ave.no
,Georgia College In Douglas, Ga, Auburndale. qualified as an ex 1.-sn,. .HkflHinl. rlnrlda. on or before IhftrddavorMenh ., MU a. n9..

.. Itofhnd_ bef inir LAW ORADUAT I or....11 end
.. I..dl.t.lr Iherrartrr to flt. FREE ESTIMATES collection work In agricultural n.
wilt 11'0 tint or cold Court the du.ln. Free u travel In Florid
,irliilnal of ailS anewer or other .. are and excellent frlnfo b.n..
wtliten defenwa. If nnyir Remodeling file, Write delella al oualllleu
you full to do eo. decree two Florida Room Ii asssdae_'.... tn ala MLakeland .
.oiifeera will h. entered aaalnenu 545. 1145.0.ACCOUNTANT.
> t \. fir the r.lpr demanded by the Additions Repairs
; 4. I r- h Bill nf ComplaintM1NKNH I
\ my hand and offlpl. Storage Space
: # : ....1 ot nffluOotinty at tIe.tow. 1'oikIhla bond Company' neulrei rout
MorU, 21th day ofJanoerrl7fpLOAM I Roofing .... wItS sporlaooa In 'fO.aI
"' -...ununt, Cur"". experlenoo ,ro.
.. .. ..... .., *
: J FINANCING ierr.d, but not reeulred. ttut
; ('I.rll .I (. .."itltNOTIC tn BANKRATE lave al leait loins eohool educe
J4" liA ;uCOeV.psIl uon and l.a ,.... ar mare e..
.... \ oerlenoe. Fermanenl Bead brief
L' ClrrhLiails ,. McGinnes Lumber Co summary of oducellon. ...... .",.,
I. .... 1. .j< ealarr ....I'HI wIll u -
phone number to Employer, FBOI 0
,' .. (' OF INTKNTIONIn 111. Muhland Cltr. Florii
\ ,' ... .. MAKI APPLICATION 600 West Main MU -3141 Hepllei held In lU-lotMt no.11.
; .::: FOR FINAL DIsCHARGE dence. Our amplonei knew ..rtill.
: :
In Xe: futa or ad
1\ 'Ji. ..' aka IIARRT 10:. C111AYUILU 19 Painting, Dicerallit
1.s..cw D..oI.
:. .
ensyreeemernd CivM '.. .j' TO ALt WHOM IT MA CON PAlorltorloirpc .od out Wok
I \ CFKV! b. nb n. hou. MU -tlO" SUPERVISOR
efyowsexteberlivp! Notion la hereby given that I .
r- -. have riled my filial report a. Ad- 21 Reefing

s__*_._ ". ::..= nlnl.lrAtrlo 01 ofHAItKY
= '...:1 IE .t.1 MXJAR: OKAYl'lLL. deieaeed ROOI'INQ DKI'INDADLII .o'k-
: =:: ..;. ; hut 1 lave riled allriI m....HIP. 5... papmenM M"
tubs far final dlerhana 0mb. Lumber Company. too
will apply to tha lion KICK W M.III. MU *->!4lierelal 250 DATA

) .r kRIi A. MMONMON County Jude ALL TYPU ,00Id.nll.1 or .m.
# if Polk county. Florida on the roofc repaired, or e.pland
.,- lIlt day or Ifehruary. ,11. furS MrCor Roofini and th..( M.I&I. PROCESSINGINSTALLATION
innrotal of lh. sun and for finediechaina B4II W".t Olive, MU 1.JUT
aa Imlnlelratrla t I of lieemata .
: or HAIIKY k-UOAB: ORAY- 24 Plaiter lInacPLAATL5lDtiPAtcHlNO7Thii I
Bll U deroaeed
j .\ Ihla 7ih' deC or Jenery leeS.
i.ISA: I. IIRA\HILI. 0011 In... *11.01(1on..ndaddllluo.. Must be Experienced
jli.l Adi, litralrK of the ... Pro. .lImll.. 1I..n.d. Jell Tel.mlO .
Ida n' HARRY EDItitUitAYtllLL MO) n.oOl5 Salary Ring

if'Ii (500-$650 per month
NOTICC TO CREDITOR 27 Accounting Bookkupln
mem '
'.- JUDO COURT IN AND FOR INCOME: TAX_bix kkeeplna. Your Apply
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA h.m. or mr .fll.. 51,11,5
: '" In Ret Fatal: nf its''', DIne and ..."In.. till

let eawea. nee B Buih, III Bwanenoa
Tit All Creditor! and Peraona >lavIK Mil -I1U

Held (Kelalat'I.1m. or Demand., Aialnat 29 i Baby Sitting CITY hALLWASTED.

e.a.,-.- toll endear 5 of you' ara here C.IIILU CARli: b. ......I. ,, .d .....
------"'.. 0' notified to file In ipllrnla all onnel. Lovlnv end nor..OIllarl. MECHANIC DleMl
----I -1.1,0 .nd 5,.neo ii. "hh'h you .need yard. plan room rlon, In
.... .
.lIn. ,
motor hoove asuotraU.S -
".. h.se aalnet tne eolala <,f HARRY Rreioneble. lu IMS nr mm-hI...' "penIle... '''on.
ALU'ntr. HOI)-:Jt. dereaeod In too-Jolt. 1 .eke Walei .-.UI or OTltl P0APPLY
; i\ 'I'e ifflra or Rll 'HARK A, UHON WOULD UK. \0 .... f", tor..hlldr. II". 1107
ii7; HUN Cbunly Juita. at hi. office .. in me ........ 5i1 ocr
in Ih. Court llmiaa at Knrtow week N amine b..ktrouad. _
.........---- .....-- Florida. within plv calendar m,mtha onn.hlp phoo 001-44i17 NOWIneinerlenced
1t from January t*. 1814. whlih I. ar Kioerlencod
36 Lawnmtwtrt Service
__ he data 'f the flr.t pulilliatlnnr I DRIVER. TftUCKMIN
o'9 .\ thla notice, "..h plaim or de. REPAI1U ON ell make Uenmu. Mike more. near.around oaralniiawa
..: nand rnunt be In wrltln. nut ... and email enilnn. Frea .. I.. '0.' butn_e... will neelllni
tele th. pbs'. or realdxncn and melee on ,...1... Oable A uletlectrle ,._ul..d, .. ... Sad
met off 'addreea of tha claim 901 Norm Florida Are loedi .uppll' Dr ...,110..'.
ml. muet be morn 10 and muehe Phon. Nt -01 Ale II 511500 .P504 Ph..l.al
riled aa aforenald or sloe Mini M o.tnnssr h. .bl. Ie flu"
wilt be...,,. Vll 37 Mattress RenovetingUATtIILAS 1055 0\00.1-1' OM or tat.rWritE
CHARC.E0 R. bOATER Z"OVAllNQ 1- truck.
Ad"lhl.tral., CTA 500arn im. Are M.tt,.I4 Cnm.0s0O : Dirk "' ...11
('.ref.NOTICs, rtione Mil -0'.1 PIm: aun."',. MoveriAddrew
OF 'HII"I" 'A Il'hd.r : FO no. 14Lakiland
49 Wells
Piimps Floridaewaeroperator,
and bjr virtue or cii....
folios '.ued out of and under tho LIT kCiNTClOMIftY WeoUdiU VAN DSfVPa "...... II.,.
'mel of the Clmilt (ourl of Polk ,our well end iniieil year waterniem more .. ID drivln .
,'ounty, Hiato of Honda I under '. Uo to 3. moiuu I* PIP lor Norm American Van
data of January 17. 1504, wherein ito,,. MU '..,,01 1.1.... America feeuutirewlni'Int
A.eorlalea .lnve.tminl <'n. la tlHln, ven eompenr. Compleli
lift and W. llaorae Mailman la EMPLOYMENT ".'nine1 with per tree uniform
,1..n""I. I have levied uiion aid tree lloeneM. free van maintenance .
will offer for ule. and Mil to the 52 Help Wontid and pi... O.fv.sr-
hlaheet and best bidder for rem. round nova, Na eelllnf reoulredmu
.i the front loor. of the (',nirtIons. A".lIr.nl. >t bo between 33
.. nt Bartow. I' ilk ('olin". I and 10. have lota model tree
Florida. <.n the llth dny of *ibruary MA' .... .r a reeeonable down per-
IM4. the ea'i'a belt* a Ie. m.DI, Wo will eeelet In r,..",..
Sal ..I.. day .t I .10 p m. .whl ha toe For holler detail, eel!
between the bid eala hotira ofileven CITY EMPLOYMENT Personnel Department. Fort
o'elmS. A. M nnd two Worse 311-14J.>4>1. er wrIts
"JOel can'tbrueli sftoreverymad ','lok H. M. of saId day Ito folwlnv i North Amnlosn yes Lln... 10510051151 -
I .. 4J1L ,, dearrlted properly. to ..II.. 555 7rt W.h., 1.d'.n. .-
'yiqqie.Aflq iw.ysse&.e.n, .I,' aald aneoutlun and curie toll >,2 WEEK'S FEE Vomr .
ACTUAL JOBS la U. a Cure,.
One 1K Dnraey Trailer, ID BO Am Man hum per Write
fiton. TC *aef7n4l IIRI l.. MALE: Kmplovmeat Info Center. Room
.. I.0-730 No llena. (May be 440, IJt Bo u4on *t.. Bo ion.
mean 1I...k llInd ford In.) Moa AUTO ACC? Is Mass.ARSVOU.
MOR. ", .Iu I., a ecodPorS
Hherlff of Polk ,
County APP U REPAIRMAN 11m. or loll 11m. ...oom. In

Advertising is the voice of free choice. KlurldiRy: KARI. W. P.IVCLAIREChief OUTDOOR rNIITALLAnON ADV.PLL'WBIRdNSURANCB BALrMMAN NW Ma.1O Polk RSntelh C.. or pm-s Dslrsn.1.e..I..d'...

: Civil Deputy MOH. THA1NIX: 55 DO lSd op nor hour Writ.No.1,1,0 ".
I' H4
TV RCPA1HMAN 0.01. PAa..70-2I. Msm.phI.
Have you ever thought about how much simpler life would! be if we didn't have to make so many choices? Take a product like tooth paste. Frrectlva Friday. January It.. I OCTAl bAbes.PrIT MAN needed Full
191t. the blielnena here!"fore onerled CONTROL 5Al.eeRvCI lifetime
or part-time eocurltBiperience
Sure some people are more concerned about brighter teeth, and some about cleaner breath, and some about fewer cavities-and soma na n liar tnor.hip by K.lon V. a'rorlOn NOR Sands Brhool mlileur .

about teeth that come out at night But is that really so Important? Why not one toothpaste for everybody? Think of the saving In time and Willie 104cr tho and cam J. Lawrence of WIt.I.11t Wllllnme ASI> ROUTE DIRECT: .AL--Wl..Ioa.ftALEeJMAN and .helpful.. Na eorapetltlen Kern lloo w Wrll.J. ..kI lr.

WILLIAM Al'TO: PALES at 1108 MAN* OTHCIUB .". Rudln Co. tt Week Madleon .
effort. and research. And the increased efficiency. "Kaei Main ,,,,..t. lakeland rl 1"- Bt CAMelS S, til.

Those countries where these matters are handled muchTnore effectively-and quietly. One toothpaste. No commercials. One political Ida Lawremn. wan dlnjmlved wIllIams h.and. cold that and I. FEMALE:

are an.f.rred all kla rl.ht. title and RlDCllaTAII aTVUAtMiD ,
part No arguments. itereet In tha Said buelnepe to LAS 'IJI'H LOOK UP
"ton f Wlllla who will rnnilnui MUCH BOOKKCCPRHRRDIT
10 ....,. the acid bunlneei .. orricB cutKK
Adve stng. ;who needs it? eaToN WILLIS ALlY sAlES al TrNO-TYPfBT.
IIn Knet Main Mlreel Ijk-lanil OUTBID BURVFTIVE today's Cars For Sale ads
Only pVpie who want to make their own decisionsThat's alf.. Polls County. Ktorlria. benlnnln aiM .IN HoimiKrrPCRLAVNUHV .
0 o'olnrk n.m,. "aturd.), yebrury WORKER In this section and be

Adverting Is the voice of free choice. r:1 Mtnn, 1114 K: Will'! d!b 'n I MANY OTHBtB: amazed by the excellent
208 Arcade
HTOX \\IIUH AlTO I.\LPIII I Bldg. values. Don't delay.

;" \ Published by The Lakeland Ledger in the interest of free choice for Americans. HOI lakeland. 'k.aet, Stein IrlurlUa! Ktroel I

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EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT FWork Wonts) 62 Bmlnm"Oppertullltlll'LONG 65 Mertgogts 89 Livestock I 97 Article. Per Sale-Mltc..,99 lasts, Moton, Supplies 101 '1...S Mu.koillst

S4sPWdMii ''TRAC1'O WORK not.d Mon.'no TAOH5U"5usiii_. SOY BUILD soil. roll'VFZ; ;;: [ BUY YOUR I.r boot D.. tat .XCHANUE: oa oo..bl.. tour ONIE ANT.U&. Boulll Florida.1..
54HsIpWsnt.dTMsii and dlirlni. N.. oaulpmmtQuirk 50119100. Pro.. tnonor mskerIdnal and VA morlaatae Pinto Man '" I lb.. out and wrapped. What or "ad 10' .t.moo. .. .If... CoIl o \.1500 II ol stool LD'U. MO 1-3IM
.. hat Phone MU S-77IS UU .d psrssaol host. mol t.lOP. A. __
,... Call far trao IItt- for OOUPI.. WrIte Pos 1- Corp. of Florida, Ml a Flor- or nor
moteL Prrd I. Pow r. MU 0431 ass. L.k.l.ntl LId.or. Id. A.... NU 8.3137.. J-JS6. 0051005. .2..4' Make offer 10'.10' eenal. .i.. HEAR
:ot on Lake
CAREER OPPORTUNITY CHEMICAL ENGINEERS ALTKRINO. rrpllrrdriwnavlna HUMBLE: OIL and Reflnlni Company AVAILABLE MORTOAOE loam PA.'M7IIB YOUR boron for U 5 HREB PAIRS drepee, thower J.IIDt.. aller
..* {rlna&: MraHOUMF : haa available for Immediatepancy with terms M S reara Also ..111pureh. m..tII. NU .3MI.. curtain. aleotrM pad Bhepherd Klllo THE NEW LWE

OS .. "". an excellent llreJco.IUDD ... *ood anorUavae on os.Paso HOH8EB TRAINED Orooiibraak- l.ld draw, black crepe kola 0.0. WrITS .
National finance organiza WASHING. Ph1lTfl50 'n..rIOl'. on B Florida Avenue and and Improved property. Com. :los. plaaBuri mannvrt. roinlniU whIte trimmed Two orepo bloueoe.. 703 Hull Street, I ORCHKTR CONTROL .
ton! needs several young: for process engineering department rstorlor. .ork ,.... ssUmoWn, Wool Palmetto Stroet- rsoonldo pnisol. NU ...I.J, NO retail tcbnol iralnlni and luar.fft mort.... aarvlc. Lakeland Moaia '"-. cheap. but .ood ....U7.. Lakeland MU 6-6586 *lth your rllhl and auto.maUcallr .
men between 2126 prefer. of large phosphate 3-3818. Mn TurDm.. IUII Income available for.lined Corp Hot B. Tenneaaal Ave- CUSTOM MAD I horao traU.r. I OR .\1.. repoeaowed aUroo. AMPU. ,o. 550.0010 melodyMOODIM
ably Minimum chemical 15 ... operator. For furUi.r 000, a-817a. all atool aoBtuacUoa oar room shard-OS'S more
single. Taker
high Degree :
1 plant. radio. low kalanco ttc.
'WOULD LID work Mstsrlali
c.'pontar d.lalle contact Humblo Mpreeen Pate dutr oomaierelal tirai, .... jlda. fun from .or, lint DOI ,
school education willing to 1 years experience In phos. and polaUao.' 1'I000n.b. NIl a''laid. toll.. R. H. Brawler or E ACoppelant wtlth, Onldini pour. "DU but On.?W.parnenta T. oraat we OTOVO orodit .on".j 10 .0 I: HEAR '
tau Saddla, brldl.0. Phonowu TISI SlANT beautiful atrlet Sow
work anywhere In Florida. phate or heavy inorganic at Tampa dl.Ulct .1. F.H.A.and
WILL KEEP chlldrm la m.hom. floe 1514131. Tampa s 7317 FOR OALE, 11.I Pruildalro fnaa.er OVERSTOCK 55 4lpl.. ,
These positions offer a, chemicals required. Position ... Prlaldalro dryer. 14 CT.erolel. ..,
crnial Lako ar 1ouaSlidnen. GROCERY AND ....k"' Laktlaadrlnltr 1005515 FOIl oslo. 0051.0. WW MUSIC CO.
career opportunity through 1 offers challenging opportunity ell.lltlWS Oroa. 4 o,.f MOO.000 laMl CONVENTIONAL board Phono NU 1-14.0. 1-4002.. A U 1004 OMdltla*. MD BUILDING CANON. AT*. SII-S14S

planned advancement to 1 in and equip- DO traotor work dlaclntInt and OUU irowmi WrIte TWO fiULLn on. htlfer Or.drCharolalM. I MATERIALS i Open PnIds1V55l05SAUIrUS.
process BoiM.111. ... EVEN 3. VenotlaiMlnda
landaeaplnv Also hava Lakoland LId. Your choloo '13'. LIon WHI. .
more responsible positions, ment Improvement. Economic fill dirt. Rnwonabla Ha047 or a COIN Laundrloa 40 waUiora II MORTGAGE ouai larlnc boat. Vaatnaa .. .. ..P0000.sOlo .' :. Oeneolee.. SPINET$3501 .piaooeJ7II ,..dIO.
good starting salary plus I feasibility studies 8811-13'. '' rl.r.. ..0111.., looauon both fIoJpn Noo. S mum Nor" 5Lskioo'd HI 8010ABr Abe.t aiding In ,13311 0171 eat*.

automobile and and OKNEHAL CARPENTER work. 11'.700. John t. .ro...... Hoalr Stan fllnhwoy 05 BED soog'ndI1Io5. IM 1' balance oa m- ...e....b. Plorld.rod"iI *
expenses,, process plant design Build In.. Npalr. roollnl. oddl. r. M-4103. LOANS 92 Wsstalvsst.ckP.to CoIl MV 1-133 o aa* at 1442 ,

plus liberal employee bene. and project management. 1,000., No lob too mall-to* laria. thane Bt _ hand ..........,. $10 a.

ad BlmD, 811-8137. 1 ,WANTlED: A few d.l" 0011.1. 051 .
Ample opportunity for ro mike poop property owlrr to PUL FlUTI C.o.UD1 Perm quality la- wll
IDOl. Will pot toP 0005 PrIORlooms _,
CHILD CAR" d000r alOh. Ir'lmn WANTEDTO soilorpoundroorn home eaelerto "r Dab 4 CaL eland aod rabbit aare. o
fits.UNIVERSAL vancement In engineeringor 5, ( pl- Combos ores own, labeadnsd los of aneaey 00irt. M1J 04051. ohalre. pulpit cl rail Uiht wall o.olblbos |40 Mtf 2HI.
production fields Send 5-3743? i Ucet FHA loan Tou onlaln oak MTJ .- .a.O..L pint
C.I.T. BUY > up to 575' of the flr>t MERCHANDISES Pastel green .125 cat 112 Wonttd MiteolloRtovsWANIDWOOD
resume and salary require. TRAINED CLAIMS adluitor dailrra 3,100 o value and up to to* HOU.IOL turn
,' petition ai IR'MUiator or : tha fInal 123.000 with payment .APIoH. 110 .. 2" x 23" Lou,. tatiheexr
CREDIT CORP. menu to chief process engineer idluilrr. Polk Count* or lrm.1 terms up to 30 yeare. CoIl today Bltyclii Motofcytltt Cornet 31 a.I..d Belihta Rool Deeerlptlon Mid frit*,

Virginia Carolina I... Los 41. toroUro, b..llb sod LIQUOR LICENSE for oonplelo detail. Blvd ', all day week .. 4c ftHomosote Irit letter' John R Au.un 0..-
boehor050ld. .88.318.. I sods. after S veokdayaROM I seal Delivery, Wlntor Haven.
Phone MU 2.7187 during Chemical Company. A divl Conventional loam up to ,.*> i
WILL KEEP fld"rl' pwpli M 01horn. ol doolcow'10 payment OOUBLB chalaa lounaitapaitrf .. b bad CAIN P001ps-or 005uo4 stems.
the day for appointment for lion of Socony Mobile Oil .. M a-flees. :lovable, Polk County. l.raasfl0 00.0.POLK ATTENTION OWNERSof ooverod. Down .... ...
_fact comfort oaet I ISO will
an interview between hoursof Company Inc. Harding COI.ORED WO"'N dsos.15 G' 'acksge Advise best cash W eypreet ud hard
1 for 141 AIIOlorott' ANT
5 and 6 at 229 N. Florida Plant Nichols Florida. p.r' (In.. job. C.II MU .l4n price. Reply toBox COUNTY I .U aue.. .01.od Ublo like lusswia Interior lock tmbr. Laree *r email
Ave. STUDENT MALI: dMlrM port I n... coat '2'. SIR Blop seta ....... $10 ea .tl. el.ll. -
Urn. bookkroplni potltlon. Cal l.ddnn. 1101 JUcnnond Itoad.
633.1061.. BarMw. tolwoen S.I.JO' F.225 MORTGAGE CO. I 1952-1957 88.30 Interior white pine AUTOMOTIVE

US LEDGER wnkdayi ThT1No. 1N1'1RIOR.. : eotoeisr c/o Lakeland Ledger atl II Nil'.7173 Los.MU HARLEY DAVIDSON dN.CHUR 11 PIWS._. 51.5.50 bi butters .... 10% OF 1U AwlomobllM Far Sale

Minor ropol,... R.OIOa.bl. 'r.erollrnnton. Garden Stakes, 50 piece
rooxeaUent sot
11142 CHEVY Ill. SIP .
CLASSifIED ADS H... drlr.rr' MALL. OARAOE:. _1. and paint 67 Wanted Te Borrow 7.'. IIM OndIUo..table coattaka mlucol.lsoous 0000.. bundle: 4 ft. $2.00 bundle, automatic tranamlealon i. rad CoIl Is
Will\ aell rant leaN. Lm. leator,. tibia Hate 4M,
lIo.n. cau NO M7. aI.I. ulpment. or e8..2.1. 3 ft. $1.50 bundle.
Dotes food kutlnew now. For IS.IntorotinnnSIlSyP'OPO 8..714.
101120000. row 13.ooo. .peoiai SolonSFatos BOY a BCHWINM 21" blcyclo for
56 Salesmen .ALE MU I-M6I. Pleaeo call allor S we have a large stock of '10 Drum and .. '10. 132 1'1'I CH&VRL Nomad. waiondelune and
FOR too' bodroom hot
Must be experienced on MR. EMPLOYERCALL and 0501.1 .nd DOW root..r.ot.nd pm DUO-GLIDES and are in Nol Teiai A... I.IJI7 McGISLUMER 1 eoka new All .1 ".ted run Haee,

SALS.SUAWWAS1-ED/ fur bw.. .qUlpm'D" Roitaurant dome the mood to P- TREATED or unlreot- CO. aIr soodlllonod. rodlo sod b..
all electrical equipmentused d.U",, us al-60. CommllllOoplu. '100 dally buatneat. Beautiful HORTICULTURE trade. Your no. .... Btakea and yuitkoypreea or .n no. I" 10 .0411
In modern citrus oompoo bonOm. 50.90.11. OB FOR ANY BMPLOT: nderaped lane Manna franka motorcycle is a valuable dleplaya. Boo sib nllea 600 West MAIN ST. or (. *'D.
.uon. "oup 1110. oo.ldlD' and MENT NEEDS YOU MAY HAVE:. .. Priced S 0,5010 1 aale. ..... 71 fertllUir reed, Sail of Intaretoto 4 oa Katn
processing plant: electric hralUl Applr Bordnl Dolt,. 44 MALE: OR FEMALE EXECUTIVE: 000. Reaeon for etlllni-ill health down payment. Move up to Nol 153.3095. .*- ISST MERCURY _t. Allaowor

motors control and distribution Lako Wlro Drl.. TO LABOR WB ARE FLORIDA S Coral Motel and KeiUuranU OltOUND PUT muck. Prat ..ndlOll smooth rlddig now New MO ..Ooro.. Loaded .,U aairaa. $401.
H.lnll Cltr. Phono HA S-1171 051505 Located 2300 B. Nola.Po' :
A MAN wbo Ie wl1l1n.
10 wonksnd
panels fixtures knows bow to lOll dIrset 10 CHARGE TO YOU AND THE: O'Nrel. MU 1-4031 and used motorcycles and 1 102 CUthl f 191' pl.YNOU b..o. All

etc. Have own tools and non.umnr .00 lOoks hit own fuADVANCEMENT ITS ONLY PEE AOENCY TO APPLICANTS ADVERTISING. WAREHOUSESERVICE CLEAN PHOSPHATE ....d for coolers, $99. Financing arranged AUCTIONFriday I WINTE COAT. arson ." ..d Kathleen' ., MU -Oo A.u 'S
physical exam turo. Con re lUI..d. COmmlllloD 'wn. Also no.450 4 dirt for fillDavit 00.55. sltonnoon nopat' r"
pass IOU boos pl.nl.h oorDln'1 H WEEK'S SALARY Complete with palleta and fork.lilt a. MU I-307I complete service Frd' PM.We 01 blue o'.u' tlf.. UU "'AI ChRYsLER. Al pw... air
04.11 mumo. RoUIO a Sos 355.L.knl.d and stock _. .
part .1.
guaranteed .DdIUo
I AAA CITY EMPLOYMENT truck. Office apace and tel. TOP QUALITY Pamela and Arntlne 1 100. .
buy soil for 103 FBI-alters ft 0273.
or yon AppliascasTJPOAI05"Otoaplcti1j"id
APPLYFLORIDA 801 Arcade Bldi. hone anewerlni IIrrl.I de- Pablo hay from clover Polk County Hsrley.David- '
MU '.4117FINANCIAL red' Excellent location at Bar.tow l.ld.. Will Oliver VP I.3414. JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION '01 OLNOBl Fleeta elation
1043 New .
for distributor In ion Tampa High .. .
Air Paso IS Oldimobllo
buU0 sod .. 535.05 sOd A'
burns .
STATE U Kal 5.tOt&0nJmofl : 0000 BAHIA bar Plneet .oront .
-oik County or entire cltrue. dl. bPddlDI. 7M bale Ten mile Old way. MU M7H.nuUUPH CENTE 00. Pros AlwS,. on. 1 ..a
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE who can proro hlmMlt tOni. Call Bertow 131 1144 ..rwrilO Polk> CUT pond B 2.anai. S3" O. Lakeland 'n.UI.'ln. Sow .737 Collet A.D.
Uttlo At Company P OBo .
la too field Dnk and phontand '
ted TV at Sits II Day 1350Auburndala 53 FALCON All
OFFICE Mt of LMtA book ..,UD, 62 Business Opportunities 131. Win I.. Haven Florida 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants .. Ope T. S::0 rlM print .prl". Small aooms lull:,.

S1I East Lemon MEAT MARKET full equipped MONTGOMERYWARD p.. MU *. aaeuma monthly .
St. Call a-ei47 for Mr. Hauitr IMEIXIAS AZALEAS recue <.... AMD Yamaha aaloi 17.IIE..RIOIERTOR "I'D'
CHOICIE BUSINESS and Imomeipertlet ood I.... and location Ample AT Port .
Lakeland o. 111 I3BI In th. or.nlni foroppOlOtoleat vI hurnu rn. podarpus. poims bl.bl. sod oardM Blactrlo atarttniodtla WASHERS t131.
Wlnwr Owner
In Haven
I Mel Rudy. LMLA Spins crotone. many other rea73 aporta modal larax' > eDdltloDO'* oto All '.a rONTIAO. sIn
.iltor. 1527 C Memorial Blvd rnuol retire will .acrlflce. Bunin IOD.bl prlood. AnderlOD N..... ....... Lsbls.od Crolo co.. II* .ekea repaired Prompt .51501155, brsboa IDdlUD
1 d. cr 1J07I dayt CY lp .10".1.
MU 8-4107 ntiht. In,. 1117 ZooS: Ol.ondar 50.50.hmnn W.., .mOrl.l. .2..211I. I atrvleo. aoa .for cood .. r.dlo b..tr. 51145. '01
EXCELLENT: BUSINESS OPPOr.unlty 82-3173 pll...... roar KolrlnatarMono Sad Both excellent.IS .
CAN'T RIDS duo .1.9.
ATTENTIONLIFE I( sewln knowladia helpful : man Will\ Feeds Fruits 'fbles .511. '81 tostebbos 10.. h.nltln 0511.1 Installed Fencing deal,r. NIU A Dar TV.Appl -510-4541.
Veg .0Dd .5050.
ID..t to 11000 and participateUvaly .
1330 RdMU
aneci Auburadall
but not nereetary Ideal forOoUplo. '
WE .
on OHI4Q74RIUMPH FINANCE Your aredl. _
ENGINEERS MEN .. In euoni manufactiI8TH 0.JI7IBADCOCK'S.
Rotenblum. Realtor. 18liLP: 8ERVICI mull .Iood. AIoo CHAIN LINK 10Dd. Low aa 140 down Bunthln
812-8031. o. dlotnlboUt 50015.05. 305 235 MOTORCYCLC 110
lipped Open averr day except Void
Plant 31 war old dotnmtle Companr Dod CIty. Flonlds. CC twin. Conplotoir nbullt Boar Carl 504.5505
layout engineersand oilS an ouuundini word In oil MOTEL AND bait buelneee, eottaiet Saturday,. 3601 Worth FloridaUALITY ......,m wat. iood paint FORD Palrlane (00 foui
phawi ol Ills and ...old.n, plus two bedroom nouea.. LITHIA: COUNTRY .lDro wIlls 10 8-101l.. For Protection .
draftsmen. and ,,, ,. 170 Ru..n Drlva lyOn I HO ..." An HiTlrt '." door radio heater. *all
'20.000. 11,000 dow
ilckn.u oontracla la aerklni thewrvloai plus 4 room boueo plus bait Shop ORANGES: ORAPI"RUrr. PInOt and Beauty tlrw air conditioned. automatictranemlaelon
Structural engineersand of two hard hlttlni produuro ocatad In Auburndale 250rontata P555. 889.348. d.U". W. .hlp. Dows.'S. .,.. 96 Antiquoi $075. 1701 HourPRIVATE
draftsmen. who aro tlrad of ipondlnc on Brldiert Avt. and FOR Bandy Koula:. vaster Ro.d. .1TI4ERAL SEMI-ANA Rood.
BO" of their Slob In proipoctlni 180' on Etktr .,.. known atloraea now. fabuloue no prep. no .eor. Lobs donoo.tlno sod CALL MU 25103FOR
TREE ripe eltrue fruit UtI/III .DU..... Bou.n sod Mid TRE.J CERC 1MO
Piping engineers and A ique and proven lead pro Court Income 1500 per pun, thruet velocity let outboard OWNIEI
du.ID plan lonth plus llvlni .outrun Full Picked dally Special ordert Wthip. TII. ChHb 500450. Catos Fork, SLE I 1004 mlleai. MHO
U available
to our Una. Runt In 2" water. hrer .... o'PI. 1.
draftsmen. Call 113-4301 Hliiln 1,0.dun. .I3U.NARaLJI Call .m., MU7171.
117100 100 down bal
.. men without ros ThoM Itadteomunt rica : no po pal Coat *6' eelll alOE ESTIMATESGORE'S vr us o.
Electrical draftsmen. .ro and mean Import nca o.COOSO d. Set R C. Lilt or Also first portable clootrlo LIVE N.r..1. S DlUII North 0. TOP 1051... I.mp.. THADB-IM ALLOWANOOR : >U two door V-l
I... earnlnie. If you havo had I L. Enka Dick Realty. lOll SAlT TANK. Bpotlal coop adp1.n SiIohwoI 98. rh.lr. slsns. ebosbo ..1mb. 55317)5. : TOUR OLD BEDROOM CHIR. .lOm.t. tranemltelonleeter. .
0 minimum of two yeare ricperl. IEott N.ln. phoos MU 11131Lt I Orlodesa II aajnplea Wire OHIO APPLES: freeh truck load UP TO 111TRADI .h' iraeej and
Experience I n chemical tore In.boUi lift and LA H and oiOhtu. AstoUnds WO '04362.LA1tELAIID. wrllo:: INSTRUCTO SPORTS 1116B. ; uet arrived Corner Wtbaoh Sos.Torn. .IN ALLOWANCE whlto. Ml.. old..o

plant and power plant deign -require aarnlnn I well In ...... 'INKIT. moot d. LOCI.0.55. 1.0. An..11I 31. .. Hlihwty. 0nsw.r0051p GORE'S ELECTRIC FOR TOUR OLD UV1NO JIOOM 1.1 CHRYsLER WIDdlO' PSI.1'OODdlllD
of 1300 a week, thla can be the .
Progressive engineer. opportunity you havo been wait. lu. COlD opor..d loundroornt. CHAIN HEATING OP TO (M 1320
Por health '''lOa.. un &d.. DEALERSHIP boar Cam lulce .. SI >l lallon ANOTHER ANTIQUE & ALLOWANCB lar.U A.'D'

tog firm. Phone 683.5711 or Ins our for....Wrllo marital fully etatui. 'Includlni. pail wood Del... W. Ins offerlni for ,... fIrst P.nsnnSISo .. .. 1100Tomatoet REFRIGERATION 10 TADJ1 AFPLUNCB .
1M1 FORD Falrlano Mo redheaur ..
write Charles Harkins Gulf eoralno and be euro la Include lImo an old but triad and true bait. S Ibl . II 00 UP TO (IBTRADI
CUsilfled FLEA MARKET V-l. 7.000
ads .. .. .
number pay your food Itora. with an entirely newpproach Riper, 10 Ibe 1100 238 N. .UIoID.l
coon phone T00cr.Sle Kentucky Ave IN
I mile.. .
Take aver 171 M
and ALW
t design Engineering bills by convening that DO Coupon for Ion liven
will I be acknowlodied Company FOR TOUR .. tos Colorado after II .
01 DI"nl .1"
t Corp., 124 South Ingraham Vice President will bo In poor0000nnlip longer used musical Instrumtnt Should he bliitr thin purchaeo SALE
and you will be In. HOT DOOS OR HAMBUROERS RAMBLE Aorl.two door.
Avenue Lakeland. FlorIda. .'lewed wiutln 30 d.... Write Into fast Cub. Dial Capital D......" loooo. Olve HOUOH TOMATO HOUSE BARGAINS VALUES Mick. ,_rl. ... A.1condition
to Boo M-351, Lakeland Led..,. MU 6-1151 BOW hone number for appointment 2(00 .. Main and Cryelal Lake SUNDAYFEBRUARY Moot oeU. laoo.
WHITE BOX M.2BO LAKELANDGOING Orbs BARGAINS DlMonUnnU floor aanplotapaeial 000-7505.
LImO"" faotorr

76 landttoplng 9th lelnlMt Faotorr olon p..r.b.o Sir IIJ NIURY .1. All pwor.
floor bev.er
.1. 111. a.o
te ... Berealn $10 DOWN aar Holm 7397. .U" .
.1. .
HARDY SOD CO. S 00, Self aervlca ...
When You Need A BAITBUSINESS 5.nitbS.sw.Osau.S 11 am to 6 p.m. duce eee* ...' ... I11B 110 DOWN d.llwri an, .lpl.DI OOOD. ECONOMICAL work car
II DrBolo '12'. Cm be aee*
I Pt. Self aervlc TI.; refrlt.aratad I DOWN .II.... anr
ESTIMATES 411 Baal Normandy. Phone 1141M2 -
FREE produce caeo Ctieap Down CoIl srsaa p dla.tlo
FREE ADMISSION 1 Pt. ........ cooler. COM f.
Nm 15 Ollmore MU 8-n. 5005 .. .. ao T. apMlal Valino
3S MTM all fcnctd II Salt 7 Tree BAXLA'S AUCTION 220-lb 'do Frlildalre'. ., Radio. heautr. 4D Nont.. ,

.' pond well Mocked. KHocUtnt : rYlnlU"d. maker..", Si,lr oendltlonlni Ilom.I.. Juil ...umo
wtiol iiJ. or roiU buitisM "K SUl1uxlOrlTlir GALLERIE International W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Mulberry inco. MU I-041 alter 4PM .
iil" ,
BUSINESS% SERVICEUSE Small atori. tano workshop .nd I ousrn stood Inns rwmovaOROVES sub freeeer . j .i .. .
I .101'... room A sonor.to SlopS 1 .lIou' Iron p.lm ........ LlodorNunnony. 4268 HWY. 92 WEST Cprliht freeaer :. ::: : ..:: MslI5tonS04W.nshousssM0IS.rnv ISO' roRD 4-dooP 151015.. 005.
I homo wIth I bedroom.. SsUr. and I Idl. 0118-4500. MU 8-9033 Biro meat law. cot ; Pionlds 5055 WIll .oS.bd.r 01dm.
.. a dHP w.u. Coo 300 font PRUNED. cleaned outrace "i horao heavy dUl 3 meetirlnder store Hour: model NU ID..trd.. 2021 W.,0 H"DI
on p..d road. Appro.lm..I' 4 .. .. .... .
not I .
trimmed, demoeaedLlceneed S I em. S p. dally, Prl. aIls.
., planted
.0115. 0..1. Priced; to BELL t* free oiUmate. Mulber '72 Doaen oil or milk .1.; SM, t until s 1MT FORD Hardtop V.I. i...
cellent .
.rm. Hobart paea matte tranunlaelon radio h.
Open WedneadayOvay
428.1119. B..t. R.I.nd throu.1
THIS HANDY REFERENCE 'GUIDE SPECIALANTIQUE .',. sil I N neaariato ttorat aarrlniFlorida er Extra: cleen MIS W.., Must.
Moat r-i:: :': : ::;. ,, er. MU S.M77MCBCUBY.

OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER n. L. (Shorty) Palmer INSTRUCTION so.orC : ....i.. ... |j(, Lekelecd Aeeoclat Store 19. MERCURY lo.r 4.00 .. ..

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS Realtor LMLA 8"DiilijTMusicP1Ahi.ZO8ONa'Thitd"Si"7Ol AUCTION :.. .SoS tie, 111 10 Florida Ava.Badoock msUs. full ..r ..ulpmlt Tolls
Joe T MtiwellBalaeman .t:: III. i i ;. .iuI' Will Treat Toil lUibfII oon psmOolS. IJ3 WO Nor.Irl. .
..... .tll'.
Accountant- -- tusrsltur..ililDliO Ate Ph. MU *.2731 Snot Chorls .trll' Coil "UJ4178 t Platform ;'ib ; Ue CUBIC foot Anena from. 'So four door b
BookKiepingAuta aCId B Term AvaPh Etch .. .' . $ ITS. Portable TV 14". 131 IIMotorola top power etocNnt brakeeoondition :.:

3 INCOMII: TAX bookk.oploo.moathip Brst 'urnlture I>rkra. MU 14173Nekt $4 ScheelsLOHIDA'S 2 Meat block! (YOU PICK DPI 3 TV ooneole. 171 01.. 1004. .pa-087.
slotooooto. r.pote. Ad.dla.toD M.h.r'. .rDIIur. Phont 112. ( to a. Teon AVI Pk Lot "' ':: 7:30: P.M. SueS ........ ... ... $15, rots stereo coneole '100. all loss CHEVROLET waaon 1175

Room .03.10.Soodkosplno Vonl.,S or.P519 I.Ar.rndn s. .111 mod.rn beauty' LAROI8T echool and Lakeland moot Open for Inspection SundayFebruary :pour Aportm'D'.bolD.. ....r'rl..lOn........ .ood .0rkID'pbrl.oI eOdIU0.550,0.roilnol snoosrosos. NU. 140 II'nt loot Henneeeee boat ilaeeed Street.bouom

lamp Repairs 'I"Movlng Collet 111 E. Pint St. and decLAKELAND'S '
Beauty 'UI.
Uft890 .
9th, from 10 a.m. r'D.. . .. 1M3 OLDSMOBILE Sum II
LAMPS hsPLACa-MENT el ad>e. BUSINESS BUYS! C.mpl.ol remodeled air .ondl.Ilonld. 13 51001.05113. Walnut d
Lamp parte and repair Imperial ample parklni MU I 4011. to 4 p.m. 8m.n down P''D' w t..I _ko... houdboard 1..lo. Door. P0,00,1.01105.
RepaIrs 'D
a..,. brake. keaUr radio white walleMrOonald .
.. .,. .
I Sludloe 250 South Orlcant Gun sod t..kl. .bop III heart ofdowatoos SPIECIAI. TRIO m.nUl '01,. Corn.olot. .1 relit Call 112 fl.oa. Sow ..U..... 22'1. .
; GENERATORS STARTERS n.. NU e-4 onto.Rotor. Lokol..d. Oood 05005T JIMMY WALKER BUYER TRANB"IRI. take .. 31U otter 7 P.N. .11 CoP
.. Tot... iround radlatorerepaired t Storage m.k.r.a..t. Books and too:i Included Pap ... o Itnn newWeetlnthouea d...
forelin domeetlo Moi 5509 tulIp .qulpPld 'nCI..I.ntl rou learn Contact Colonial Beauy rania
I tor.i tuned Bret aqulppedj little ALLIED VAN Luce lor book nuv' S 1501.51 oolr '000d."nl School C1I South Florida Ave AUCTION CENTER .ntl 00550. N.. SopS .... N. 5553 .UICK iOosd'on.i.n.. 0.1.1.
chop In town 10 ..or. LakelandOenilcra 100 aertlra. Vtrnall WarchouecTranefer n.'. Lakeland Phone MU S 1131 dow po.m'D' 555140. Al 3 foe nol owasr. .....ID 5300. 121

3202. South Florida a. Inc.. Atent. MUFIANOOROAN a S 5 0 A 55 0 t a p 0500. full, 131 OS "2 ..... Lakeland 117 M pr month Call a.ll. Iro.
aB2..807. '-8811 .qulpped sad for Io000turrr GET INTO
SoloS sOdS 4 lIon ISO
1 "It lana Vou To Pay c. T* 000 D four PALN. on

I I RIO$00,105.K A RD'Compl.. 8PUOONIITERI r.pslrs sod Organs.Pianos Tablo. modern pool hail sIr CIVIL SERVICE WORKI? Pay You" LOWEST PRICES 0rs.. ..WITINOHOU.. .. .Noble..n.. Ik. Donald 05,05001.Street. Jlmm

000dltIo oodslo.e. prl. NAR.La TOP .tokim .. .. .
I .or.I. 110 HI.hl.ad .trll' anto.sspoil.so.sIn N.n.wom.nI and odr. 5noun. FOR SALE. M Mercury paeenier ..
I a.20031. I pl.no.. HishssI .u.llt ....11..bl. 1505. HI.h P" Ihor' houro.Ad.mont. 97 Articles For Sele-MIsc Llnolum eon. ... .. UD, DUO fur.lturo. 501104,5. .5505. waion. new motor. heaer .
.. IB.-3711. lOti aoutll Flot- MEL RUDY home ni 8.3.110. .
BE SURE you ro icitlni the moet prepare by USED TV. Iom 'JI UP Otone.soloed. 41055 HIsS 55.5 rorhors I .ad. automatic. full pwo.
for ,our mosey b. Sf10000 ,our d. AyrnunSoC.0100 .,udy for local .1 also.d fadara Os 01050,5.. Wor"IDIIndoID. 11310 piece dinette AUTOMATIC WA550I R. 045CloIs cell 1120 Dllla .

auto to 000roo'. Service Center Picture Frames REALTOR 0050S0. For FREE Information. ...,plod. Admiral 00155a ..t ........... IMNtltSO .. dron, '40. NU42". U IMPALA. 54. hooten
171' Jjoth Florida Avenue. for 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. wrlto: Lincoln Service BoA M 224 81r.I.. NU3171.. Fosoocb'TV. so.. Son eprlni ornereprlni UPRIGHT DIEI moos for eale. SOWn? radi. ..
rop.lre. The lataet In electronic PICTURE PRAMEO'Thoautliil: ikeland Ledier 4S. N. W.b..nAUCTION 10 maltreat 111 ItLaree loon Good .'W''II.. ... WO 7.124 J2
equipment le nerd In devtrmlnlnixact I.mll and mouldlnl. Cuetom and dial 686-4107 any time .n..1 freater .. ... S12I M rho,. MU S-047 alter 4 P I.D.. I.
S tho trouble You slob re. ready made. Onions Art Shop ''ne '. SALE JO.,. 1221 M 4 Piece foam curved .2 FAIRLANE Ford Pour door
Sot. valuable SkIS Orson Btampe: Orleane Blrrfl MU 3.1204 : LIVESTOCK eactlonale ....... .1....THE DOWN parm.nl haa been MX orllnder. automatic Irene-
but beet of all we llvi you hoo. Every Saturday, 7:30: p.mBAXLA'S UI bedroom eultee complete mad sons new Hot Point troet.free .1.10.. red o and beam. Like
iui nt.od work, Call 003. Plumbing Repairs utomobll Servlc Buelneet netaappros 88 Dogs, Cats, PstsIOARDINO IIIISRemlniUin I.Door rafriaerator 550SFdolron Pond .00,5.1151.. sow
3221 1 onoenpreir*,,ynri today 111,000. 110000 down HOtrv-'K Dni:' lun ehelll .. 20 up ...In. Taka over pay. 0501. $700 Driftwood On ...
FlTMaINO.krnoniiiiib ;; Or .. store. main' Hwy. In town. AUCTION GALLERIE G TV'S .....I I4.. m'D" of II(1 per month Phone 1000 .
epalrtntecd D., o. DI.bI. Wo,. .u.r. Or. ChrIs and Ted Van Allen New ul .. to ISw .MU OTVOI.BAKE* I. 0,1100n.lssi .

Ante Seat Coven I' b. a. ....1.0. Dr Ifj: .:' IIJ.000. Mulberry Hlihway Phono MU I "Formerly The Auction HOUM"We a. ...Ol... .. .17 HIS sal 111.WR1NO&R W .ood 'UD. .0Dd.. body .. '100. NU2.II.

.I .. p unlnnannonnorooa r Bearetown 2-0813. Buy or Bell Ion Tau Ueed dlnett aata .. A.HI.
LINDa AUTO buul Co..... C.m. HIM tip SIn. D.b1.. CEll
pInto OutoolotlVs 'nlorlofl. 'J' Plumbing Supplies 122 100. CN 111Trailer WIRE HAIR Chihuahua. Toy 428' Hwy. II W. Oood ueod elovee and refrliaratora WU 1>M OLDDMOBILE: Super II

Coot N.'n' p5.05 NU 1.7810 Park appro!. 4Vi oc,... T..I.ro. Plklnieea. Pomeranian Phono MU S-M13 ... .. 141 M up al.A..ARTNIIT Perfect condition All power Sow
K. H. MORRIS 00.1YOU'III' IJItoo O..m.D Bhepherde tropical fun I Itylc craft paint II M IlIon SIZE 01.01.1OP0050. Urea. Make o/o. CY
Plunubino nod IElottrl..1 Supplies.Ire. Convaleecent Home. 121.BOO. noon.Ion. monkere. nod tupplleaCokrr HOW ooorv can w. act.* Wall I AIM lane cook .. AI'o S pm. 1421 CreecenPlace Winter H''D.8HOWI" 1124
Building wall carpet from II IS UP MDuPont o irs ds50sds .
In/orm.tloD Sod d.lI.or.. 'i Pt, shop ail North Ken Hardware .ubl.I.loa.PR"n. CO0DrF1Oniij7
Lool ...nt,'. Ploo .u' and thread MU 5.5000. nylon 15 vS per eauanyard
ucky : ..
nsSTRAL CONbTKUCllON Scatter run In ttandardelara I FOAM RUBBER hardtop winaccept
.4 14 Sours 5.00105. ll MISPrinting JOHN .
BETTYS Pro- PLY trade. 117 ..
Room addltloni. Custom cablneteInterior. 888.8ft1. IAlkl.nd POODLE: Shoppe and eparlal outs to you' e. Street
eilerlor decoratlni "ilonal .,oomln.. etude. 000.pIns. dlmenelont In.Iud 10' roundt and OUTLET 005-3011
French and modern panellmRooflnl Realtor IMLA- ie.4103 1283 K.tbl"n to.d. anop. done Complete mehoeenaet dlnlni room
ovala Rul odilni' In out We Cut Any Size! VOLVO lour epeed
Includlni tatleavee with two 1
and aldlnl Free loll.mstOs. 613.4148. Hom. 88'-162' own place Pabrlo claaranc tale I ... twlD .arbuntoro. "on.
matchlni okolea. Chinaicludlni
loop payment Call *.. FOR ALl. prls tIo000.do Outlni at 25o per pond. black 1 5000.. rdiD.
.our RlIOlITltREO: MALI Chlhcshus W g PAT PRICES Eon.ilono 0000InIuS.
3B10. P1 osono 1150,05. Local eon.Orsutor. roll MU 2.4404. Commercial Preee, 64 Investments Sfks B di I $10d.nSSIhuons. and whit prlnte at 50,. woven' For T Furniture and credenaa Llvlni room fu.'nI.tOrn 34". leu SoulS .1.
., p.PP' .
Lloonl.d sod 500451.CARPZNCCR. Ino. Letlerheadi llthciraphlni "to. Son torrlor.. Clamsolosto.ML plalde at 20.. 01 lOcus l1t7 millsadssSaaSOIflsa O V. bOcludlsS Nld.VI.lOrlon 1. L1neln.
O A..Plon.1 5.50. tor..d Polo ULI:. 1000 R.ojijh'35.
to fit 1'Dd o'lhID'
BLOCK. sod bntckwora. .nor'.I 3-2100. _ youbudiet 00017. I ..1.., .IS'.. .. pnln. Slon'oo.bls. MU 3.0545
l"Iorld. ,oom.. ..nor'l roop.lr. Radiator Servicelosoroflno.rrbuildhn.\ t dl t' '' 30th Anniversary Year CROSsED BIAOLE and Be...I O C. and Hamilton '.,rl... New, CAL MU 3-204 S0050r abs tabl. I noffs. Is515 --
11? Aatemobilss
Pr .tlm.t. NU 0.1510 Event I pupplee Phone MU '-94 or MUI Dada City Hlihway. 1 7/10 mile.I I I... t.blo. Iodnoos nil WantesTModel
ANY TYPE r.dl.lor ..,.10.. .1731. POLK TRADING blond drr Jto
Carpeting .. .. 'ai JI Norm 01 Interetato 4 sod mirror S d.bl.' sod a W CLEAN ,sr. '** ** '1

Redlntor Service. MO I AKC REOI8TERED miniaturepoodle USED FURNITURE buy trade 1 MART lllht ttandt S IX II .. 'UII.780 Call MU S-3M2.
CTh'TXXPERT ...II.Io.w.1I Pd7.n r FREE5Pc pupplee Party colored and ..11 at 120 Cochran street of PAY CASH forpIkuptjft510.
reasonable. Contact Ken ,
,'. .... black North Wabaah Avenue MU U.S. Hwy East I .od.L PI._
n.t4Uatio N.tII. h..lt. 9
RADIATOR LIARs ReroID' rOo S. nun Brlco elton S p.m. MU 0-002. W* live Top Value : ;-
pho1 552.5111 '.011410.. 0-s o.n.ler. a20a south .'841.BEAUTIPUL. ,'. ldl'.1
.iorlds' 10 'n 1.85,1.04. P .mpo.CLOTRULINJI 104 6os Oil t WI
Place Settingof WHITE mala andI'weekl lETTER USED ..1 up for 1..0" t.ro.
Concrete 1I..lOn.bl.. Mo.t lIombl,... Pord.. .. 00810. ....U, FURNITURE P Pink .P. Tonk,,'. Eros
...olrti. SIT 82.4807 I PS Beautiful .kln.HI P.Ppto. rod cod. 5 ODd 3" oompl.I.1, dItOPANI COAl Oct ouukIsThdj3Ins. 8'1-3ln. 'D
LlCiNbltD CONCRJtTI1. .0"""" old alto reauure 055. onbdod. 45' s,5554nm wIth 5; hot walor 1.
52.. Drlvlys. lloor. .ld,5tIfl. Swimming Pools Tulip-time Swedish 507OKRMAN. hooka, II50 and 111 SO pair. II* ANTIQUE ti AiHC trial we. Call ..IP..lo.. .I.. CAsH' IN s ""b. 000 .r 50kop

....... str..t. .urb.. pstls. .nd Stainless Steel : SHEPHERD do*. I' Homo delivery toe Phono 504.. I..I. Stave perlal Oaa Servlca. 1123 Me. 53 o. Side,. Coil 005-4005. Wild
brldiee M .Mil. POOLS CLI A NED. rape ref Watford Bfrllr'lA..lOI'U. W. Bill Howerd
K. Morrll 181 monthe old 135 Call MU J 4112BEAOLES 'lot ManufacturlntPUBLIC ,. AobOnnsdnin thwayJiwilry
L.k.l."d tinted. chemlrale auppllee.Venetian -lElo"lo D.
001905.51. "a.H. 701 SOul MaIn.MU Save $30 at First Federal : AKC mleterod lour NOTICE The followlni I IrTIIln LD' Admlr.1 TV los 120 Fn Implamantj"XiR
ft-8.118 w..k. old rood, ID 100 wllk.. eewlnl machine, releaeed for Oslo. Pl BI.od Hld..A.-o1t CUD
Fences of Lakeland. Limit-one Mnae d.It osil,. .....407. Automatla all tai portable,, Piece WI ply.. dluosond ..oldDID' I Opusir lnsciLi'TTO
Blinds 141 T2 Slnirr autamalli portable. lulla-'.cherry proplraf TableDrapleaf .pbolbourn. ... .wl. plow. wood
.. .... account. e..73. .0d. .. tlu"l.
MUTUAJ WINCE: Comuatold .. I. gift per 1172. Meochl I.a eat automaticconeole I W00000 .1. .10' attAh.
I.owoot Pfl.H DO dOWD p..m'DI.auor..tlld. VLRHCALS AND horlwntallufattured FOR 02.5. 101.lored mbolotuisblurt 1129 Terme available '0' 504,5005 .. ToblN.hD' II.I.D' .I 10 ao.U m.nt 800.5031 .1.
W. won I be und.r. Repaired cleaned Additional place setting poodle. 05510. 10 throe Phono MU 3-J.J7. .I.r. II.Id.
Lakeland IDdu.U,. NO 24115 rellnlehcd All automobile vim.. muothS old CoSt Floss CU. .o Colr..rpotlkor._. ""a SOY dtque clocke.' watch 12 Mobile Hamas"
"t., .tlmt... lion bllnne Air-Lite. MU -2717. available considerablybelow 71a.48.3. UTILITY TRAILER heavy dutr. .- Colll. aa. )ewelry. Also dlamonde.
Salt Water Reel P..t
retail each eteel body. excellent condition ..l/ul R. bum and colne. John L .
Income Tax price FEMALB PEKINGESE II mon US Al 1.12 Lakehum .....t. T.p.rl..r D.k and 213 E.r Lrmon MONTEREY DELMAR
DESIGNED FOR time save $13 old trained Ideal lor amall Phone '''-GOIII. .on ty .umo. to
you child Life lImo .11..... 175 Fa111- lion. Hidden Trur. ti 106 Mochl.." S. Tstlt i MIRAMAR
1111 main poop. I. wools. $40. Phon.MU 1503 550051. namp oruboeo. lit.hi eolol"I Itemt. MRKVAGABON
SOLVING PROBLEMS.Classified Free Offer at BOTH 3.1111.PUPe Ion p1P0 no. so. 01 2500 Mon. -No Down Payment M11R. ISO 1djIlo
and roll Drl.. 11.. Budiel Plan .... Court.
up .
ZosIIsh: .hoOflnnds.
4 Offices! PUREBRIED. nirs Open thru sat rolnonbu, .if Slob Wnns Otysrl INICRANCS
OOU... rat .rrlor.. to.honhordo. WITH mattreta. baUilnetloecalae ND
II & R Block Co. ads do It quickly 0555105. mol' ., aafety aata. atroller. eo...; WI BUY TRADI 107 Plwasbiag SUppIIii"

Wcekdayi I AM. to I PM lamoJ" '10. Chlh.ohu. malaafemalea J.mPl'. car teat. pMtli and DEE'S
easily economIcally.
.." a> Bun S to S '26. 1.10 ship COD bed 5524357.trfllITT ; THE SPINNING Montgomery Ward MOBILE
To order 'em. call MU approval Owlnit Kennel OwlniS TSAILRH 5 1" 100' WHEE HOMES

106 West Walnut St. 6-1151 for an ad.writer. C.eIvs. 4 a" old. 4'a" hIss cO..d. .. .; A OAS HOT WATER 41 M. Waeaah 44555TRAILIR

Phone 688-1958 FEDERAL : REGISTERED 0055.0505Pinsobor .Iret 111. MU I.2470Ifer 1025 B Florid MU I.JH3 HEATER FROM I

pupplet |J' _II. Coil 1175 PlICa 540. braIns 5.050.P520 .. P P..kl. la Poor of ,lf'S Hot Water WARSHave SALES IDOU'.
MU 1-2.9.. ...it. o5001l500 _dllloa. Wel .. PDt.
11< .-1.... Need IU't. pr..upoll.
SAVINGSAND 9 loch Meiers Supplies Yo lured bonded national I
A BEAUTIFUL Mutopols oos.uI'cv. .. In.lolI.tID Tanaportare. Jack. 471* New
22". .ldl IIdjUlllD", maO: fIdO SOATO. 117 N. Tampa Highway. MO 4034.

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED 'LAKELAND LOAN ASSN. OF. GOT ODDS .ONE.APARTMENT MU 4-3081 .1.. iaa etove.. .d.bl.sudllohoords..... .utl.d.,ano.u, : B.::: MU Kentucky 25103THIRSTY I".a'..KYLNJ Auil .0.Air ooDdlIIDt,

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J.----- 110 One Oaneral Elecurle ttove, CII. Hlond.l."III. Bonny T.lo I *-7mHavendale

Downtown: Or oo.a t Tennoeeea 110 One email lae heater ... MU:I IJI2. SlAVER ".,
Grove Park Crretal Lake Drlvat '2.71.. 37 FOOT Chrlt Craft loin IS i.. LI '. ,.

,,. thlt pro/l Jbr. butintn .da.allkoll Meadowtrook AND ENDS 313 so. 0.05.00.doptb n..Ondor.P O. SoS trod 4. Aubur.. slIp. on..003-5052." eo.IoUo'Blvd.n.Wlat-$* los"'11
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7.3ft. :

Dial MU 6-1151 ilKETOSELL II PLtWOOD boat iood co. _.. OWNI TRAKBriRRpt mutPark
YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT kicking around the house? tna las to handle with cartopIM IU 1' I 10' fruted 0,5SI

t boo Son?,Ions. MU 2-4KI3 51,000.. g.. TMOblls :
Ml 2301 : ,,
Turrr them Into quick cash 14 FIBEROLAS boat and trail for Some mouth.waterln.furitur _____
ASK FOR CLASSIFIED 00. II HP Johneon 155047010 a.wl I hi IObll.bo. .
motor All In
with a Classified Ad. Just Now's the time! And MU .004 ....dlloD.. Al low down buys? There are rhino. wllb and swnIs5J52hIO5 aienrReaeonablr /-"*'. ..

need not be expensive dial MU -1151 for 'an experienced S-1151 Is the number to Mice". "., tin Street. MUJt" bucketful of bargains In price* Pboni.Ir.in. .

Check the Classified section ad-writer. call for a Classified ad 21' CHRIS CRAFT. twin Hermdlllon. ? Turn back to 1701 /_'t ,___,_ \

LAKELAND LEDGER for good buys in used writer. ... onnlsso. Purfoet Ca..ledl 1157 SKYLINE, .1...J''. := .
soloS 15,145 Goods 'r. .
'Dd .u' CoIl now?
TV and Stereo sets "Househld I.. ..k.d !
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1'own. 54. 1. CI. ) ,/i

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H ftll'AAOKft M X Will -110O_ bnd o BVEirMlNUTt
BJtww aeS atoal 8IMBI 1. 0500 Irtied To oupnn.o.IOOITDi00 lower t4.I OF THBftHHTHBTH I 141 Wottrtrent Pftttrtfhouaa I 111" Newts for Sel.Ph.IoRICLOaIW16POrn .
254. *eou-r vso I r35004 44GARP
isto wat Down U-. i a0. Ins 555. MU 2-3305. = .
land Florid g MINUTEO FROM I P040 '4l3 ctiV lTcoMp4oWI-! AC0IFICI C1DA5"I1 $ 5 a 4-10
PUMrl8rlm 0" ".'"..1", ... "... ....... 3 ........ ososl ...... b...... t. ..ssp LsIolSndmnrs..
fU90is.ei ...tIe,. i.d.. ( ,i, .0'045 MIISU7* .
Oll. bomb .itnnep $3700 k' tTtat C..h or t...... I Mol Rody 15.00,. nn & ....
....,.-. toll b..UI. c..eII! ron .ea 00 ...Ihl, 015055 "....... W14004 IT 540.1. Lara loll Iran "". I* SOt OB 1501-151 01,4 555410?,
Meedt Munletpal Trail Pin loots MO I444SWILBbliiAM .... day crown .. .OoDIh..,
Norti ...l5SNIOER'S CHOtCB 11ZTl14KMONT"Towos: ,
Kldowso sIlos NorllL of ItT
APAR'TMimT. 'KT.nuhed 5. 30*, *5042 aol 5.1501 one lurnlthad. boOs ...d., It to*.
or aHnilurBlihod.. on I _.11.., tor", .. Caan talk. Clark.RraHy
brauttim lakotront. Ill Lake OWITBHI, Two Bedroom MiMi tm4031OOLLBOB .
Morton an '.M.5I .0m..I,,*,, rarotaiied. .
I .ISO Ml LOIs Marloo, sill at 110O'W. DIsTRICT three 554.room .
MOTEL APARTMCMn one am. '\ S hedrma ..."._ on I....I 1155111 barns heue
Iwo roorti. lImos. titilitlc. $5,. 100' lei ., Ann* N....,.. OhIO til Double laraaa, lana ..r... lot
5151.4. DIII Mete .100 Soom tOO 104 term. 0.. .n>U trailer MU t4H4SMALL ,
TSlnpI "I.b..,.
lot JJilok m Un water Oil ONE bedroom framl hamci
1TkAcnVtLY PURNrnnt ; Hud' B aprlnit, 13210, 00.440nmb 1Or.. Florid room Bad karaae*
MOBllf[ HOMES and a kodroom .,...", .. .. La- ..* M 0. LoIs. ewoar,I I.. dO. per menu. BIO* laca-
.MU......sSawV'11'* "*"". "... oil. (MI Mala. Fhooe, MU t811 .', So,. 83"33'

,JIG BUYS Ihra bedroom brlrhorn

DMIRABL BOUTHBIDC apar"nant. .. ISO MlietllaiitiB with carpel. vaaetlaB bllnda
1901 New Tampa Highwty Inn men only aewlr dec. laio Woodland. ttt-OMt M e.IIftl. .*
Ort.d *.io. t* otor*.. ...... MO04CAN 8MALL BUILDINO 1s -m..oa- .
Phone 683-1923 2.13.. RENTALS RENTALS r ir REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE AlSO 005 drink be.... Cocluol.do ,
I lORIS BEDROOM 50555055.
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oltrlo DOOBUt kitahen. oil and heaur elnkt,bed.prlwwi""t .. 114 MtUls lI.m. Lers 13' UofisrsTit' l 144 Acr.sgeLstt! For Soli 1 144 Acrtagt, Ut tiI1i 46 Fermi G,.",.., Re.chiPROSTPROOF aPR' e8. ,rowitriipUoa h..t, .nd air Cork wndluoaln floor.. onral >

Your assurance of 5l1. tI."" LAIF'BONNT Po5,0055Msblli S7iPUI.LsiI1i IToTI'ir..0I.osmusows. urnlthod Near tbopplnk .*...
rtBl >040 bot0som. 8UN ACRU U".. bed toon* 11,
IN OIre1b lOom. Pl N.. misC IOta Is .1, _dIUon". 50.1.4. 1.0.010 .... looiont (I. kolwaeBraadwav bath modern comlortanla home I I to .. caurchM and ochoou CIte
QUALITY HRKB ROOM*. central location' Lakeland HUh aad drr. ..u...... kl..h.... ....... ... ........., and Jun.le ......, atot wlUl lrUrta MU>h... Ready Ion HOMM P016 t'OtolllED Oil 1200oT0Kl'r UHtlM >n. tins protection. Jutt
MOBILE HOME pal alectrl' waur and pow... IIODn. 5410. La... ...,. out of "". Br ippolntmint *nThll -
Clean heated aleclrlc eI '110.r' Lake Parker Contact awarat ,imediat occupancy IJ dawn W55T 0," WEBRTIIR. 3,
kitchen met? .... bus 11..... Block U 1000 nsnnoo ''', 1417 "..n.l. Street wood ..>t 14 month. For mar Inlnrm. .It 3 AND BEDROOMS liOO DOWN I I' MU .1110 bootS wa. I*
LIVINGSee SlVlSOS "*.11.".. *"""* 5515. new Orson Park shopwn Center Acrw. Ml Cuhcaa OP .5.lsn.ds 550 PSoo.uto 00 __ Lark lot
Park 1'10.. saIl Jerry Mardla. CY 4H16or rn PHA 4UAUPHD BUTIRBMO
room'hou ..
Gold Sal. tuhlni' aad ........ FIVE 1041Oraohuodro .. Valn .11I.343 ,
DOB Wi.. ... CY J-14JI. Wlar '''al RUDY RKALTOft. I HIT BMaJdOHlAU N.W TItR. 504mm' bnws.to. .
UPPItR TWO ...._..... 11.1.. ui Bmall pet, MO North er,.- on bIll line, nearlorei 114 ACRE lloto .1... btwoos Mivaa rouni Frko M7100 tt* tat-4107 5.011.. 5.000 .mll, loom
room kitchen. *1 Lake pnvo MU S-747J and _. Mrnt I4t Lknlo.d sod 0.015.. KI.h. an, Down, eacllent mme OB balaneoII
before U Buy kalh oedar cloieu. mo.'h". romolInd, ,, .r .. ,. Jim P..wer. with T .Jbla carport OB oosilionou.is .
Hear atorat. bu.. Pobruar 50.555.> '.r" Mil Sod O.n. A
Adult 4414545 D1XIB UOBILB Ptrk 'dtto Newfampa 0.30, Chlldoom ......m.. Tolnphos.MU un Mntonnlil 554.4157 an, I" Tucker, tt, R klt.r 1117171.dock I AIIYflMa'l ,*. _,.. tat. 48t 47arlto
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R Afc mc upper. Tw. Odulls, Hikbwar. Laraa dry tolaMunicipal ..un. lIm. SPECIALS I7DO BO
Mu>t are M aapmlat After t metcra ..._ ...... 151 ...1 litott call MT138B17BBSt .
Bruc* THmmer. 1144 O khlll. pbone. $434555.TRAilba TOOK! BEDROOM 100.... Jal. Aorso. 511 ...I...... Shoes W. I LOCATION IB Lakeland
5.1154 Iron porah Too or Him ,_na CI horns, '1',_. ...eoo'do..n. W tLtog Voueee ID Lakeland T.. bedroom .._ DUPLEX OUTHSIUE ZSZi BPACB on lakeliwntol illflrea. 1
araeplad Water lur. 18 A 111.0-sal ... ....1
Tampico custome4 designed L". kedraomi, tUe both khowerr Oood liihina. beach Ion your .I.hd. Kniaht BtaUaB Moad'elli I 33 ACRES ho. C .. or Aukurndele for lout or eoim.rt roam. hardwaod lloor*. renr d
10.. aoat Tw btdroom tamo, omploulr sSr011ilOSs4lp 5105 boso. petosto I property or bur pour OO.UIIF' kick yard fruit troea, Bwathude.See .
to your specifications CarolIna Bouthiat*. Ad"' ''. S40I Winter Haven m-aall MU B.I3I1. 'funslnlosd, tit.too. 110.4 'I'ooou moetlr VkleBd I. I snd5,0000.try ....,.rt,. Bee It, lovo It buy It Meal small

Troy-The "Mona Usa in Arenue. \\ROI 1.0Th. 00511 p0,0. 1551St SPACIOUS BOUTH8IDB Iwo ked 290' fronting Highway 60 at TO Ar.., all lard, tilt ...rr Price 170.ooo, sf% down't ft. C. Leu er R. L. Oardaer *t dooR P..m>nl, FHA luuuwad.Oil .
FOOlS IIOON "r..lob.d asnnt.moot. LaII"' ."". 101. 001115 00,551p100. room 0..." and DiilelaniOrhoal *. n* down I A ProdiMlni ..*... I Bt buss Dlek AIM Balre in* 0ibs MU 3.44.t.
mobile home living eul.1., ...... $42110. 55.510p54 MO 14030.MOBILE tlote k>. Relrliaralor Sod county line. Ideal for trailer 330 ".,... >* clnrod and frnrrilrlvor for PoUrmonsh or IIld....'. enieileat I". lOll Bart Mom tut, "1I""j CLEAN ...
souls. ...,." .. CinnLn&o .\.DVO furalehed MO per month I 54 541. '_1&... ,103.000 ..... tor 136.000. 8.64Woos. MO "'131. TWO bedroom raaoa acunva .
...., 15,1151404.. *M. .'.-01" 7011104usd. ISIS Booaa FlPhono ..,.. park. Price $22.500. attrac T.m". .. SALB for retired laorttiom eouile
LIVINGAT OH trade, ranch I' 143k Waal Laa
VISIT OUR 8UM TOWN"' aaetlan. sin..". MU .-..71, Live .terms. Make me an I i Acrai oloarad It.. Well., 14.000.I.0 A Produclnk Oranik OMTI. bodrooM luxury homo on liiCon :.nnon Ooad. Wle.flehlnk.. Haven,
COMPLETEMOBILE aiodera aparUnent. rosa wateraewaia ITS BESTWhy HOVIIE P'OR 050m. .IUI 'hfOlor. I A'rM, kood laad. all aleartd% 1",000.0 down. .. Central heetlnk and airjndlllonlni
.0' offer. 13000 BY OWNIR. on. ...0. 111".. --
us .
North MiMI farmissd. V. n0.loblablSMu '0 A 3e._ kok Dee rock Well.
HOME A..... tl146tBACHBLOR 1-3.J. I0ildlni. lot'*, lakifraat and wlh.ora. producer Moraraw loll .iew. for Lekelaad reaMea.til room Ca loll tIls b"A. ..somhsUIllo
not llv* al a four sOon park ahould boss. kood rrop ........ 511.000. .3. ....
DISPLAYTODAYIl APARTMENT Clcencentral oa a lavely lake? One that haeclly mIce BIDHOOM home 1.1.. thIs. ,oa,. a rosS blip at tllt.OOO, commercial. property ormelneu .81..1" .1,", I .. m.
location, all iitiutlee and fine drlnklnawator trout MO moaUi John Brnn.., R. B. (Bob) McKinney .>. doos.I. til ooo 5110001000
11055 '..'.I.h.... pnIsiC. purSIa. "ra.o.o: :., companr: motcri lit W Main .,.. tll-4101 W. G. HALES 10 A Produelnt Orant Or*<*, Wnlll .$.o.n. N. 1. 550 .a. FOR tAUt t* colorrd. .P105 554.
:"11. far minimum olectrlcal kllu Realtor To..r. "orl" .. IB. II* *.<... PtocHa noon
In.llIOl. 5.11.05 with all the fun reorrauon CLoAl4 TWO bodm 1055. 111 MU t-1711 .100000 ILl dooms. port. karii*. .* tw* .....
Open 7 Days For Your CLOBB IN J-4 room apartment. I Mill In.. i'1 5 bloc II 0' Wbntr A 05005 B.... 308 So. Kentucky MU 3.1102 10 A Produclnt or.... Ora.e"JOHNJ.BRENNAN 1S2 Rial Estate Wontt Low '0.. ........" UOI Wm,
Convenience I iiiliuca included t4S.|.S. aomewecklr bHORBS and mor*MOBh-t*r* year'VlLLAOB* 1iJ. lIst Church 147 W.., >nd Blrert l'UI 5151000, Ph005 50.1.1515.ciThOMs. .

Clark Really. ...-4031 are ju>t north of C.. vlllax. eI TWO BEDROOM conrrele blorkU Wit OCT r.iulUl Meed lletlnie ......Id. BauUfu
Daily I a.m. to 6 p.m. ''ONI BBPROOM wall U walrpetlni ..k.. Ailred near Rt. tl oa No_ wIll >.. and ..(rl..II' t.0 5 ACRES f., tiio ,..,laIn. Mel Sod. R*>l.lor .ik* 1I1f1.... Pand road 11
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.. month Memorial tt-407"
Sun. 1:30: to I lowly drcoraUd cnc 10500rlkVomptaPkos. mInd .a.t Lkland AlIbsoadsI.WO .
p.m.AMAZING ,block loom oollcke. IM k month .13..e.. 0.1013.LAOS .
MS It.., LeklMlon. Call IM-JIM CAP CORAL MOMBSITB Hoar L5hnln4.l rlrarrd. pa..d REALTOR
.rlAl, S Sm. 135 Rooms Fer Rent TOOlS: BEDROON, los both, road PUnS. t4 WO 91% downnc CALL toMlOJ LIST YOURPROPERTY OIB80N Park Br *wnr.
I 0nspsn 4. N.., WStaSn CUnl. ..... .. din-
Par mr aaullr loS 141 pno month. Oil Jimnt I Tbrll bod' tw* .Ih..
1U0I5 ROOMS lurnlehed C0050WAIDBoOM; noun h. ..d ::111. Porllor. IJO Soul V5t.ooia autime a* =: 1 WITH USIf MkIloori
aulrt.prlvai Ins rawi Plorlda room
I ; I: ... ......... ...... Entellent. locatloB. Bched with T R. Tutkor, JrRoalior .,
ISO, AU Ebb* tw* krd, 000045. OontIs..o ,...... ..Iaw. tttTIIJLooking .....11 Munr and tako upn
10' 0 to t.. bedroom mobile room '..pl... 171. AdulU ...- M 1055115. MU ....1.. ROOM boos. eullable lor home lOSS (or aooipletloB la Mar '55 I 147 Interns Proptrty 'Shorty' east SiLL It BON ,.. ..nu. til Wlldwood Annna.IJ.IU4 .

hornet sirled Ion modera Tivin. Oltt LAROi ROOM tot worklnt. alrli ."..... 131 BM hi..... IT DOWN."ML. (Bhorl,. Fun .
mill Toots; BEDROOM home. ,,.. lie....,. .
$ I. 550-1174 ir LMLA 104 Ten
ONE BEDROOM llvlnk dinink ., 5' tourltt couple Bath kitchenIvllnee MU 553451Wsst.d BY 0W51141 Ybtoo bodosoom Cl.OacMS .
l:: ; room ..... .
1:1jiJI .
par (araka. larka .1. PoOl! IOMO* Amy Phono WU t4113N
room kllcheB. bath, AdulU MU a-1144 alter S 30 buII55S 1111011. 4 5150150sm
r. I i Te '.nt Mlit.ption for gracious ilui 1700 a montk laroma. B.iroperty t ta S. To... a... 'arlrlDa .
Clark .. .
aee In oureelf. Manr sIt an] Stone Apartment, Ml ;BLE&PIHO ROOM with prl... ---- .. and owner at Stl Taalewood Lat. 000 7005 5400
elaea M chMM irom Bouta. BucceeeKBDBCORATKD. 1:twin. for oIn... pereon. t>* Baal !POOTbIOISALS 0i1oi55005. ;.-. Country Living . ? MU I.1110ownar III 00 soothly. MU 54401.

Rosy. IT wrk US month lI.nl .r bnosnwlus ... 3 HIGH ., dews.
Expressway Mobile Hornet THROUGHOUT p. Then Look to HOUItE pOl.1. '1.
Tb,.. room and boll root *nd 0a.. din $. ,. .... . IIAVI.n".1.ItVIRAt. pony good ,... 151 Hewitt rer Site! Phoo NU 1.3In.
Goldengate Shopping Cen back ontrancce, Paclnk Lake Mor.I 13e horns With lrdRoaaoaibla CLASS HOMESITES 1..0.' Sooportlo. lorul. '
10031.I'IIIIDI.D .. tl> .UOl.INCOME. goose LIAVINO'Ploid: __. mass BEDROOM bouw, fur.Ithod .
lan All
tar Bartow. Florida convenience Tnoroukhlrurnl.hcd 8EVltRAt. BRIAR BRAEFLORENcTciRCLE
sllrsous.Ins. anturnwiod Hot wMnwa
offer BiodfirB boss at reducedpnoo or
tlt4 BOARD 01114 luui.h.s 0. I : lot.I1 sow 005140010. "4. I. 1. West Belvedere 6S'xl40. fvrniihttf .r vnlurnliFHAVA ... 001 m>*W>. tXW: down.
OPEN .0T..I. .
EVERY DAY NICK 80UTHBU3B apartment. 5HCn0C54.3157 .Knot of IIM5. t0 tnonUl. 1.11orth
:' ... roo... 023CISC W.OOO '1110 W.. ....
9ti119 Oft itraet parkia Tounn-adulu O.k at,..,. ; 1'.... Anau*. MU ..13.,.
MU I.|7&* or MU 3-3111 1 REAL ESTATE .NT-8ALI Ouosr 001105.. 'f. Woo.
ONLY TWO left. Suit wIth 2.t Sylvester Road and Sims 5.4005.1 .1..1. P0000. CotOssoIs COUNTRY HOMSkloduUa.
iiu GIlItAT Doors ROOM laraa. *parl Mntwalklni isis.. t7S .... 'OO, 551.1034 5.1w., .., -.... rodocoratod two boa-
LaII. 10..0. III.b. tlnile tltt Frlvikatn 143 Meblls Home LstsBEAU'flFT.0. 05.
... _... dwianc. I* Iowa sodClvi. dellclaui Includ' place overlooking Syl. 4 Apartments et 0500,5.. Florid roo'". acn ofcltrui
IWO $10111110 .., meala home. .
,00.poolslt 54.050.
Center Uee of trori Luna
tow 5333054.Is. Babr accepted! .automatlruher B* aUIII Lake 1.7211 Morloa Ranth liSmS. MD "fo' 1551150 o.LAOOIl L.bs Packs sltsdp". "lot vester Shores Large corner In the beautiful 201 W. Peachtree lot t* 5405 down. ampler ttMttoa .. 'Pond.d. 0..... '81.._.

M. CABNANA 89 loot, full bath lost: Walnut BlreetPHREE lou, T..II. 05100 and ....Lrlo. .0..bIN3..31. lot. 100'xllO' Only Lakeland Highlands IaoolTssl 10051105 5It dowoto.s k lniOht.i,. , tia-i79t
v. cheap ton roah looms 0004 Incom.1 OwOSr wIll
OR lour I
room 131
Trailer Park tw. mllea But al parch Unf.rnlsh1. Apart $4500. IIn...... 000THOIDITilW. Tro rauieaulty ,
clean nice!
PlosI C1" on Pll,005n c2.. .. "' ....h... cnTnlnUv 1045104 'TRAILItR OWOIIROIYaIl ..10' Drive South out Cleveland Thya bedroome that
tlO UPSTAIRSDlalrland, Npeta < 11,1.nnsu.wn 10' Is ..0IS. Lakeland 1306 S. NEW YORK will take twin bode Welkin diehopplnk TIED DOWN
InkUlr HI 3.
122 Meklle Nemss Went! fork Boulh new I adulla or ona. ohlld Fiveroomk. wood Tnllor BHtat. Two Highlands, near Heights Blvd., past the New I 50055 and olemenchool .."
near. atoraa ckurehea. IMUNCOLN norm 11:..t .( LoIs Parker on old home. Fine Carlton Palmore Elementary 4 u"llal VSrv snod .504111.5. from .
Kentucky arrow 500501 tout*
WANtiD TRAtLEfl: undrr II 000phone FURNISHED: APARTMENT too ,..e. lu..I. Blrt ins. lots, paveditrtct Pni40 511 sIll '"._. _., Junior Waet
Slob WlnaeorStreet.
Tamp. 2t-Mll Write rooms Sod b.lh 94M Tanalowood itrlctd. vndtrknuttliUM home under construction School to E. Highland! .|| South Lincoln AvaOpen TO THE HOUSE?
IM can .. COOS *05110.51.L.sholsod's .. DUPLEX NEAR COLLEGE
1910 But .ad. Applr loot T.yil.ewd1311.rsish.d o, Follow .1,0. I Ed' .
and look for 050. Sunday afternaoBky ..
Tsoos phone imk 9140 I fl.... lor aalorrd pe* 0011105,. J,.. Realtor til.>JJ4 on adjacent lot. 20 full Irand new) Beautiful hardwood .
04 appointment. Fllona tit.MU
pie North 1.' ,. and VIM fth
124 Trueki Trallirs rievits'PURNUHID i MU 1.13.. 0' 000-0575 bearing marsh seedless loon. air conditioned, Each unit tta.3181RIB No problem I Lakeland's
iae a lane _,oom.. and uperbr .
144 Acrtngt lets ftr Sal. '
FOBS '0140Vs. bu.lI. Sr. .1 OllCt'TllkEO bodrous, b plo, ROOMS. ..... Oonvenlenlorttlan grapefruit and valencia d'.lin d kltdMB and II..... Florida- -- BEDROOMS l <4 bath, : supermarket of values U

5085.. H.. 55010 Bleb..'. Marll' 5.05 14liImbSyhssd. lii. bstliJ:1 1oonl1ll. Ideal ton. retired prnoiinpia. .. LAKELAND HIUHLAND Hlcfiv.reeldentlal r oranges. Approximately 145 Builneu PropsrtyTAMPkTuloI4wAi'5b5IF ana *aa.900. fenced yard room Real Si:r barkala conrmiened In. avery
,,.dl.. Post .. '0' Very .....n.bll. Phone at fingertips the
Abs los _'ort.bl. *a prlvt dwlrabla your .
:'o.0IJ:1: : location, call MU
4 own515lns.p.r moments. en.81I1. I lane. city ItoeenkliDealtor .. yt acre In tract. Paving .., S. MISSOURI
US Buses 0. wknt 0"" John BrnRntor 1-40SI .r alton t p m, IH-4..M Classified\ section!
I PURHI8HItD pouls. t. BRAND NBW acar oolleaachoola M1-M3I on two sides. Price $3,. nan 134 W..t Main atREalDENTIAL Blk unit. exrellfnt. location op- Shop
NEW three
SCHOOL BUSR8 los eo* dwol P0001 .D "DUI Vltl''I.11"001'1 TIlls la the Bteeet twc P105 ACOS ',ao\O. $15 do... ..21monUl. COMMERCIAL, POSItS bue ".Uos. 0011, tit.tOO CB bedroom there now I '
000. Carport utility btillt-la heat-
un hrd. I" CIt.OI" 121.labs. $133.III bedroom apartment IB Lakeland M.I IIodp OssIWn. 11I17 wiui tood term
induilrlal M.I ,
lou *1tm all ar u l lPud Oils beth. Iniulaud. awwindow n.
OMC 1.3' Oak flaore. air conditioned built M.morl.l. .
1a..uon.l. B Bl>d MU 44107CXCLUSIVI
RtalUir B
IMT MemorialBl lurred wills. dlamanddut
ROOM bou. lor ron'
""II. caaoh Call 4oBS4 .. IllS 10.4 MnnO 'IreK.IIMAU It'oal. IB ranie. Vault and find ovea Bone alectrlcklUheei .. Ioio. POOL 0010souo. 1.11.. Terms If desired on the 5004107.INDUSTRIAls I' T. R. TUCKER Jr. ..III... paved treeta aa \;1.AI5lPisD DISPLAY
Slow 1010. Lar. .ooded stoma wills oily teiee. II.loo 131 BtralB. Alecnice
RENTALS HOV' soollobI 0 55.Cootplt.Ip nice 1"11.charlea Bnyder, phone MU ..... .n' 05101 '.. Oood 101155 three above properties. .-.. approklmattlir TRACT idjolniKrxt 11Rallrotd REALTOR ,.. bedroom CI. Loom Flartda .
"r..l.h. 50
Hila Land an.oo&l '00", near aehaol atorek and
121 Bvslntis Flats Far Hint P10115 DI..I.... "I' TWO .II\ROON: 4.24.. Is DI.IO.I. Com..n *000 141001.40. tlO 000 all N. Man Av. Lakeland 05000550. Ideal retirement hemethrM .
4l, $055. .1.... 88I-02e. 04. 1'1..1'' rsdsoonst.d. 67' Smosth. : CON /-i llltT Ion. R. B. (Bob) McKinney John J. 10.5555. RMIlor, tit MU *'7171PHA 7.eOO, 'III S.......I. "UI It_.. toPontiac
BUILDING. BARTdWTllanwtrlor lion 130 ..... 140 4103
HOUBE Tw* bed. l..s6'. 5.5". NU 1..31& ro. drpth Are Property Manaavr I. 1111,11.. "on. T.r..... dlmont
rent ar I....* Fhono MU room Near PI...... Reuonrant. .. .. MU 1._.. 9301 Hawthorne Trail near LakHolllnkiworth 100 HIUHWAV Irontuo. 4 acrrii VA Are Ptoperlr Manaker I.. e..b in ..ull,. Will 554050S
I-I4M MU I mII '88""'. Tempest
er t4 North Lk Parker. A. LAKB MORTON Bfi Bear Kwlk 308 So Kentucky MU 3.1102 0' St0r Bn .ll down ....m.n' 0n0555. IsIs so trunk 0' Colds. V
nu. Phnn. .......... Chek Blortrlo ranae. .."I..r.. CHOICE BUlLbINO >ll*. IsBn 000oo. 1004 Hllh..., tl North Phon. Own.. aloIlmo. 1..373.

e FLORIDA ATE-I3M So 131 For Rnt MIK.llo.tt.. lop. Duo.therm h....>r. acreeaoiporch 141. dlrntlt bihind 3MO Clevo.l .. DUI TO elr.um'I..o", will ..11
>nd Hrlthl. Bind Call MU IOK31
like Waeh tube 150 PhoniK&COg 504555. IwS bath
Ft. l air so.l.
new conditionedipec
In Ideal location o.il t. Co ISMIACIAL R&IIIDIN'nAt.'R'.1t .'.-0'11r.l MU k-3.7t. BUILDERS DEVELOPERSWe CIVIC CENTER AREA I I loat dIll,, t B horn In Hlih .J '

Poll Thu,.. and acroia from 0 6mdorsuslosd reBlale tiUi RTllFicouple DUNCAO1111011T5. 1.ah.ImndIIIloisnds. 01110.... will ..1/ ......01.1eI land HlUi, '0.111... Call *!.UI
;If.. Polk' Federal kulldla ,Po,. Uel : Realtor. ll>1 Bait Ms.5toPl5l5&5454IOIwnlIn Own twnllut .055 OtOL bond lost 1H ....... '1...... ClIp. water 5004 I Ir .nd owner' .. J-A Ihouae 8-4H4 '
bool.tC.o.nMcOosensome. 4080 ChurchUI A...... behind two .1.... hll"l, ,..'''.U'''. ...., ewer Paulale It lot" Ion ICOM .. have an Ideal site for a on .aI'W'I.: 'rnrnl..1! I TWQ' tROHlJoM., homo ftr .. 11
parutlaa apac* to OlIn retulr** llvrr Mooa. tit.3741. '00. .88.n2. home.. 17.>00 with tarma. 64TEMPEST
13) Mebll r..m lor fJearlr pew. I ca.n tl VMi MU t 4411. WO tt "
enente, M. W. ......... .*.. Nemes I Mobile Home Park and the .
5043033.poa APARTMZNI' HItA" .h..1 sod LAND BUT-1010 acne .tmlrlrired .Ultima. air jorjdltlonlni up JI
CI.LANM013111J4 Iwnlbd ..ou_ 5401-0., Sooty' paj..... .te 100th pine Und tso per OttO TED TOWSON plan. for developing Own.er' .....' apt.*. _UI _... ...' 1'PORCs APAR1'MINT. all 'urn.'Ieh. SPORTS COUPE
"..u.I...... Good llvlnoondltlon .' MU a-Mlo or a37 North Iowa 1340 acra eettlt ranch. feaoodrate sod ... .' lIeO 00 rao Prloed M soIl lor .d. Bnparat .
SAIl or I..... Tw. well localod *. Olllltlak '...... ,....... Corral and lotdi. MU ,-)u. SIT e Fla. A*. deajh\ forces sale. Cat ...b. Check with ue If rod are la kood aonditioa MlraneMrontrd L..All..
....In... bulldl... on But Bua. tiiio-tllto ....III'. .h..j 14 IOCJPLL3 thOm. ....m. sod ...... IM per aoro 10 acm ..itre.td la MinlorUkl bone ..raonoul push. Lar. .. Thin ere
Main Street Call tlt3144CLAatlFltD 301?. Baet b.b.: Lemon Modno. lit 540 ron._.TelavnonoTHREI .'h. 10M onl, '''00. tiaoo down 300 aorn. TED TOWSON Will In.."'... I.L. o..bl. ...... .01 eo'000111V.n15ont ether c.jpriced
.. .
.0 5,54 01 "1. 0111 Ip 110.011O
) lJiiAY 10' TRAILER ..UI 065505 .... 623-0200 A...... L.hls.d. PIer'do
..,. 1.000 50000. IOU, mOos 'ra"* CV.On. .I J\Oelto, PAULB. BELLEW hwI
,, .
4551. Ill .kl' .. ... Oitd.ns. U B. 11151105 :1 ACPint-aa pretty a tract ei
ROOM MU 'I" 111 .. PS.. Aol
tM montlily. ,hO.. MV t-oeai. 140 month Near aaraia)Kwik-Chek apartment..... ,...,.... soIl '710 psi son.. 5.e you will. .... lu.t aulelde Cltlllmlte "An IndependentReal LOW DOWN p.m..1. Sow. Ca.35S this one e
TRAILIR: 31. Vtlllllee lurnlih.ad .1 Morton. 13:* South Twnw.ee, 0. o. LoIs Or ft 1.. Gbndson, Bear KaUileen Hlih Bchaolt lIop..II, T.. 5011.. th'.'
Baker ......, Bear We>t aat. 6..t4llt 01.05 1I..ltr. IOU 1556 14115. >,000 per acre sOd worth 111 146 farms, Grey.., Konthtt Estate Service" 11541000.. 0534745. but tfity're
Kerley'sSpecIplsll/ e..n..... Home Phone Ml. rn--Un'vnli.h. Moult Phone MU 41134bodroom EATON .AIIII-W. h... S acre. 4 10 "ACRB' irova t U> 7 reild .,. 723 S. Florida Ave. N1CB TWO Mdroom CB luit ,.. net

,.IVE ACM 1101 .n' dOn too la Catoa Pans Araa on pa... .-Ml lncia, 1110 plnrapreoa MU 62497 .. .lndOu 1. ,. -. inoom .
FOUR BJDROOM'; tour batha modern hUM hard road lor II000. Good tel.. Onlr 110.000. kood IIrm'NtO' on. jutt elf North Florin PONTIACSMfg.
''I,.lanekle location. Bear Lake road. pond IrrltaUon. fencedidncaned availableACRKAOB. Brbrlnf. ConUct LoRD coaioaiint. la oltr bus tiMM
THERE'SNOTHIWG "ollln..olb. SS01 Cleveland ternu Plant car Bllkelt Dlcke R alt> Branch 01.II. ormi. 111 Hull

0515515 Blvd 683-0671. MWhta 781.17&0 -It ion.. lood l..d Ice. phono Subrlna CV HJS7. 8Y OWNI0To: b.dr..m houo. Suggested Retail

1 and week-nidi "h... Winter Have CHOICE LOT*. lake Iro.,... within t mllre ol Lakeland Suitable I Rout I' Boo 114OHOVB W.IO 00505,. SiloS n.l.hltO
atJ-1661> losIbooll.tosity ....ntr,. Bomo with brarln Ion paetur or luadlvldiniatoo BARGAIN I0501.5. iar School. 0".. Block off 2259

1 : .r.l.h" S 554 rut iron tl.900 lip Clark RealOPEN 00 aa eereRMTRICTED monO araniea. I I. 7 reari old MOREadd Florida Annu., will ml .r.l.b.
I bodr...... Nol R..d Soil.., On. 555.403*. '. Ih lood h..... |iH>4 location MAKE .. or partuiir lurnuhod. will
59I ikt lai. ,.
aiodil car .d.
1S17 Baei North D| Lakeland Call MtlcolmThomu
Memorial ..
Blvd .
Beautllul properly in La.. oU.eu.NO .
4107 S 05.1,... ....7e.. with KERLEY
O I HinhI sodosbon. I two mllra IroiHouthkal Burt Rodiera, Realtor. ..'.1711. Classified ads to .
UONKV down B* tloilniU
UNrURNISHKD DUPLEX I 10.... *. Becb .,1.05 I ,
HOUSECATALOMA S OnSow 111 paved road frontaa. 1.leo ACRES. 310 Improved .. pivo room CB with OlItehm
I nome earport S klocka PONTIAC
U004th ...n... ....... ....11I...... .". 1215 Carolina ILapenclve. attractive homee .1. HUM. dalrr b.rn. har bira. 13mU. your sales staff. Dial MU .. Hoa SlIP kiach'-Auburn.
,. LIKE 4554071 0' 5534000 ready built .. lb o500I. II you .. '.n.... till per aero, 10* Oslo. II ,ou are plannlnl to build a lotIon .own. *..s.nnso, AM Oiept 6-1151 for an ad.writer .all WO 55735CLASSIIIID "WIII.freci.f.,1I"",
$795 TWO BItDROON" kl55hsn., 415.in. trna home. why aettla for Sundait, Karl CurtIs, M>akCllr oiasLAv
50 T. C._ Vnomol .. sn.. hotn5odSllllto..m ACRES ,rltr-elee lot 011.550,5001 k. today.
Phono 6ia-7343 or Ilt-t4lt, tai I the ...... price ilv .. % $ $$ -
SI'051155 i'f
ACRE ..rlol, .'0".. Or.tieM
home of ow.it! Settoday' >le nderJrVERAL
a your 1:00: to 6;00 TODAY .uai* th_. ankelooe. and krepclruit la food 1

QUALITY three bedroom condition call MU 1-4109.
Classified "Homes
0mm.. available, A. I NEW Three nedroome Florid 1

'60PONTIAC for Sale" NOW for outstanding Morrow. Haaltara. MU a1117borhooda room two kotha carport BuIlt.IS H. W. STOCKARD tiDDlaPLAY- Cl.AbiPlSO DIIPLAYAJIGA'

IIODERH TORTS bSdn .. kitchen Terrauo Ploori Pluii
values. w05hl,. ....hln. 00550011055. acre ., land Onlr 119150Ood .
.ood igloO .I.hbDrhOOd. olintostnSSo. ...,.... REALTOR

.........11.. '. CLAaImrlsD DISPLAY 551-455. b.... '70. .b... Oo north HI.h.., M to Laki'ee $
......... y... ,.. __ NU 'oOM2. Bn Motel 'b' I wett on A."ol.\I'1 [
... .n' h...... ... .iiahtrr Road .. propertrow.r 50.4 W.bbor
......,....... ..... 5 LOVIII.Y: hom.s. 3.3 bsdrootou.oln Ins Ions IoU avail.oleL. Jim P54lsod. it
.... ...n... ",... .. s0odItIoIn.. .ooSItsimC ,,'I.h. Bob WllllamtlAuburndale
"'.' 7l-tl2l. Clark Real.ty WO 1..te801O.

$1595 .8804031. J. HARBOURRellttared Fiord zimmermann Ji

a BOUTHaiDB home., three bed. Real Etlata Broker
III Ill S. Florida Are MU .un
00505. Inn SnObs. central airfeaced .
Una neiankorhoada. Cloth10n0115. GEORGE BURT Associate Branch Ofllce
66-4031 113 C Oleander MO '-01"
1 til-t9)l or tit 2211

USED TRUCKS CLEAN TWO bunealow. modrrauoa
This Week OnI ----- -
anlence. alaio la. IM monlii I
Apply 813 Weet .., :CLA"lrrIID DISPLAY CLA""D eIOPLAY

62 'ITWO BKDROON ho..... $461month.

PONTIACe.t.lln. HT'"NATIONAL 0,5.55. 00505 .$55_h.505.0.....*. .1. bSorOO Fotsor A...... 1
G.... 0s.ds.o and 1..11 .173'. '64 CHIVILU Malinn "Super Sport" with 220 V.I :

d. Soon 51.550 55505 ,THREE BEDROOM with carport Come fit And Meet radii Is..,.. dyfemaHe .rniml,.ilon,
I $040.0. y... ...... 10..N Sans 5(555..54. ISnol'A"So".'_.mon'. 'ISO? North Maaaechuwtle. I7S weisinw, I., III DISCOUNT TIME!

::=:: :. : ''::.t: 'II ..aS.nl.im.ms.D.aI INn.NATIONA"..... I .554- month plo, ROOMS Coot Brown, "I 015500.. MU I._lailtdt .. '. whit:, well iptclal riro*. SOOO1I 77 ** I

oh044 5.0405 :':J.IP. sMols . .. Cm old ,010Ig.oM$' '.r.....,. 0004MOslI5. '61 PLYMOUTH Bl.**.r.. Automatic "..."'i..I...,
o. P005 110.'. 55* brdfcdt SAFE BUY USED CARSGUARANTEED
$2300 1 Pnnmss.sC knsoma. 453. Fi' pwr krrlnf pwr $O .Q >% (
NOW ,.di.i end h**,*,. V-l. Sharp A 7 ** I I II

Thor. Are MODERN '........ two b... 62 RAMBLER Cuifom 2-Door S....n. Iconomy "6," j!

TWOInn.tI. roam lurnuhed or unlurntohedeleelrla ktditdlwrd trtmimwilon. lot,. tied".
kllcaen AIM amall cleanhaUMUaller $1695 '5' CHIVROLtT atorlo* woit, rgllBOWOT
... C..b c._ no Waehtnt er... Sh.w,..... cndl, iit J I $795
6. S G..e- "__.. ... out*, troni.
.oo. ..
u.* llel. .... tlj J240 or I'I
61STUDEBAKER sop .4 I: :... 0.11Mu 0.3-n.m. 1t j: 51 PONTIAC irotroei won, ovr*. fromroell ..
I- LIP d..o.
...... Tools 0513000M4. CS Coo.tsl DEMO i *, haatar, ooworiUrlnfl $795

I .on.M. IsIs ...... Pholll H..7 II .... '61 CHRYSLIR N.wp.rt J-Oor Hardtop Fylly II and oroktiIUICK .

I ."."....." .'- _. .*, wore &2... ..n..lea.PlVI I juippd and la.dd with titrti, $1'flfl I 59 1411 hdraloa, ,.w., $1 HO *>

....n.. .ton'..... ..n'" to c..... freasQUILLIAH I 12' NMIII ROOM...bo..,....51.4.AduIts snIp I .Hd it il .1 lr nditieitdd Suva :i t.orlnf OB1 brokdi IW7*.

b...... I 'S9 MIRCURY" tdaoM" out. t...... radio, $OQ C
Five ROOM houw. W...., turn. I Oftf
healer, Bowor Mtorlno' and) ,.k...
$745 Uhed ood location N.*, Cem- 'tl CHIVROLIT Imp.l. Convortibl. '.W., .0s.l.g.I,
INTERNATIONALTRUCK boo School Oa Mlneola Drlva power ..,..... V-S, outomotit tmtimliuoit ,. :I '59 CADILLAC tdodH. foil Bwr, $1RQ C

M11 1'81. and whito. $1OQ > I f.cs.y sIn .*. . . ** *

& TRACTOR ,i MODIRIs TOIlS Mdnoom $0.1, "Cldon :'t1L' I I77V I !I '59 LI NCOLN MH full '....', $| *) Q C

2115 Pod City How.Pb. 45,50.1.4. 055045I.SIlp 10,1004 PAUL WILLIAMS : factory .I.-... . I d*> 7 (a*
..,.. ..rd. Copo,1. 1101 10' : 61 CHRYSLER Wlndiov 4-Door Sedan.. ,.w., .t..,. I
... MU" I-4IIT ......... "U 54034L 60 MLCON Md.., $
In hrokai air, condl I. .
|, pawor $
lariiMrh> >rai klaii-ilar4l .
695 I ro4io, hd.rr . .
C"A.o..a_ ... I tiontd. Intmoculara . :
o He would like to toke this opportunity to 1 "60 CHRYSLIR "L* loron" full oowof,, $1 QQ Colrcandilion


Invite all his friends to drop In and see him 11 52 JAGUAR 4-Door S.dn. 4 tpaad, radio andhoarar. I t: '60 CONTINENTAL; hardtop, full

_KL at Lakeland Ford Company 125 Lake Mirror I Runt likt $50. $aifyoaf QQ !j Moor foctory .1'-.... ItII>.. 2195
1964 DODGE FULL SIZE I day kpo4lol . '
11 CADILLAC Md. full
'", powor.factory ,
Drive. Paul has been selling automobilesfor ::1 57 CHRYSLER WI.. .., 4.Do. S...... Aufm.tltrarumlMion I'' doiHlitla . 2695

4-Door Sedan power t..rl", and (7O5 'II OLDS s.d... -IS $ t
40 in Lakeland. 1395M195
years Brakat. Ona ownor radio, hoaMrRAMSLIR ,

3-Speed T-Flit Trans. '51 FORD Station W..... "'." Aytomatlc trooimii. i '61 ladaii, ...t.. tram,

Custom heater & defroster button Stop in today and let him show you the 1 1964 tlon, air (.,, ltj...... $595 i radio, h* tr ,
w. ..,. ...., ", I SKarB I 'u CPIIVil Mdon, h.. .,,

.s04040f .rl t. I Icbs. transistor radio, plus many other fine TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakelond '51 STUDItAKER :'.O.* H.,4t.'. d*'raelarMITEORS I. : : . M595

... tr_. features as standard equipment. Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford V... Muit MO and drlv. $395'I I 'U 22 "4 o* riio floor," $2295

radio, fcoatdr .
$..p in Anytimt"J.if as the car of the Year.LAKELAND. : "64 PORO h., I.' 500"

'. D''w' n. *.' Mika' Ch........., David .*...w. luitict Harm, .100 .oi/., load* 2695

Harold Crawford, Art .....Iy. Prodid W.I...., :
A ,I.ce At $237900BUNKER I Claude Jenkins
A. M. SILVER. JR, hid C. Ma..*... : I

1311 fed Milo S,. FORDCO.



KERLEY'SRED ., INC. I 'Over 22 r..,. of D.,,,,,,..,., Quality Service I t
302 W. Lemon St. Lakeland, F..... I 0,." Dally rill 9 PJW. All Par Set.re'ey

BARN 125 lake MIrror Dr. Ph. MU 2.1102 I 411 N. Florida Ave. 682-7113 Ii
tt '41 [sat Mel St. laktland Ph. MU 2.15231LleeehecnflT0440005433130.e0113Tnm5440Aec3lAotJ
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. 153 Mount For s I 153* Houses For Sale' -- HOMES BY

PENDARVISCHEVROLET '.1.111 firm.2&0WN- ...Iran.....,....:.-.NIII'.".4rumi Plorlda NIL IotSnM 5eavlnr.IN. r.m $50 PER MONTH Builders Models OPEN TODAY OWNER SELLING FHA MANAGER

," ". .....J.., $600 DOWN $100 DOWN!
Q ALfrT iii"ii bsOro iWo: I end 1 bedroom '..m. "" ... BOGER TERRACE"South NO CLOSING COST
bath CB home !lde.lI 1..Ied- that moot bo raid ImmrdloMte' For Sale Mint choir homi IB all tori.UOM ,
school khopptn.. tntorloruauallr .an-Ho oiioiirriu. no tloilni com Mnlroo drastically reduced eoal.l.tolr... .I '
ailraclior. arovtrlM end Minimum. does ptnoioBind three bedroom CB Monthlr pormonu loop M IM.
iorp.llni throuihout Air tondl rou mops in far intonnouoiipnono Off Place" Stop kit our efflte or MIL
Honor, oullt in Olin. ,..... .... Moodor urowh print I. Young home.. IVi bath, large
"'I .. ,MICFOUR. leI. NOW YOU CAN HAVE living room, cypress T. R. TUCKER, Jr. ,
LAKELAND "'" IALe. 11.1 lane I
human and !Nol ,.... TWO ".," MU 2-2283 ONE OF THE MOST NEW HOMES! paneled Florida room, REALTOR
hurl end lop
trMn ton
,...... NV -..... kitchen with built in REALTOR
I OWnsll. C'II ........ .lIh ADMIRED HOMESIN Frlgidaire appliances. 311 If. .,*... An. I kolM>4Ml
200 .....nod 5-4)20.NtM .Imml00 0005MU TAKE YOUR PICK DELUXE MULTI.BATH Well landscaped, PHA Aura PtwortF) .Till N......

BEDROOM from, houao JUST LISTED LAKELAND HOMES IN BRICK AND fenced in back yard. VA Ana Preporur ManMorr

,,,0" 174'5550' lot Roor KolhlwnHloh Fruit trees. Only one CLAOSIPIED OIPLAYDEMO
,, BiJinol Lo.* down BLOCK. KIDS WALK TO
CLEAN CARS IN STOCK 1, iood Wm. ....n...permono 131 PALKNCTA PLACR 1 8rt 3 bedroom, 2 bath, central block from elementary
DU TO---m..iO and urlurnllur. "OON 2 BATH". CaNTRAL: AIR heat and air conditioning BOTH SOUTHWEST school and proposednew

FROM $99 to $4995 ,Mrrlfir.. Son Oaruo bod.oom. 10Jt NovlUrAvo hom.. AND ROOM HRAT- RXTRA KKPARATIt MCE DININO ONLY carpet, drapes, built in AND Junior high FHA .. !

11 a... rUliai-L: range, corner lot, complete SCHOOLS commitment or assume. .
I 018 06 AMOR* TOP LOTA- '63 Pontiac
LAKE OIBHON CB end brick" landscaping
cathedral livino room a 2317 CROSBY STREET
.b.drxma. 7 60.01. 0000005bllrhrn RETIREMENT: HOME AT "BonnevilU"4Door
and dlnlni _.. Prnodn ONLY til tOO M R0-10 ,
See This Terrific Value
brick potlo imillr room nilul III RART5E1.L-S.A505 I BEDROOM -
ihrllor. Crnlral hoot end IN VIEW OP LAOS
r Joe P. Bridges
Every one of these air eondltlonlni Doublo corport.aroo HUNTER BEAUItPUI. HETIINO 2 bedroom dream house MEL RUDYLMLA
t r lot Boot banln BaullvU IN CENTER OP 291 LOT ONLY frroorou
n 4M' : I aaiumo 5)400511 etorl 118._00. RCM064 carpets drapes, two 11'xH' ,
'rt, lint cars Is I 111,5.:a.o'. tt 720 tHHntiHOUSE Dauihiorr(. Sold oil TWO 04 VALPNOA BEDROOM_HOME VERY WITH NICE: bedrooms, screened porch MORTGAGE REALTOR BROKER A MODEL HOME

At r ; J priced lo sell FOR. br owner LARDS PUORIDA ROOM ON andscaped.
# ; I Throo bMroont block homo. one LAROa 111' LOT NAME: YOURTERM. 1327 E. Memorial Blvd. .t
Nx of land Call 005.2235. *. ONLY ....000 00. RO- Located at corner of PolkA dial 686-4107 any time Ktthlwn M Bollo Vista I Vi.taLoaded
61 T-Bird Hardtop, air lYOWNltR:..ri-um:; lose Carlton, Lakeland. OPEN TODAY
64 i '63 BELAIR C/E, aut. Nd1eom CB ho.., nNdp. d".. aVaN11t01 CALL .IIRACKNEYNU
I otd. All oloctrlo kll<>h... sty 1-4001 lto5 !
from., radio, ,n.h.. and .....,. juat eula0rally. .

/ '62 FORD GALAXIE TWO BEDROOM CB homo. WOO., ROY SlilltIIALTOR OS tour lot $59 MONTH Including
510.mpl"rlF 50105.5100 Air Condition
2 Dr. M "6", Te,..... 0214 Corneas .,.ILl00 .. .
std tram., air. COUNTRY ROM!. LW. .."r,. LMLA. MU 2-0621 ALL BRICK HOMES CB ROOM CONiTiroCTTON, oven: 100 BO I FT BKD-UN.
933 a. FLORIDA AVI.Phont
Coupe-4 speed, radio, heater '61 CADILLAC CoRvtrt. Ihrr 0,01.00. 'wo G0-. .110O MU ....n DaR HOOF. CARPORT ANDUDL SAVE $1300
down Old Polk cur Hood MV BOOM fe MiLl OUTIIDBCITV
'61 CORVAIR MONIA '040117.BY $56.36 LIMIT.

Coupe, 3 Speed, OWNER hr.. broom .CB CAMPHOR HEIGHTS!' pot .oou>
$2195 air. condltlonod anlro4 .h. .tnrM Rdan.0 1200000. ..... \O. I .
radio i heeler oornor lot. ...
vfil ....2884. brdmam I n bath. 0...n''. din'no JUST mill dovn pkrncBt oo our lot Bridges
t '62 BEL AIR 4-Door i roam Florid room With tlra Uoor IBotfOla 0)0* lUdor OOBotruotlooj -
pity Carpeud oak floor, air ..
I. Plorldo AT
6", out. trans. conditioned Bellini under valuaUon. -
V\ Save $475 Off List Jp>>* '63 BISCAYNE 4-Door SEE US aU.-l.iol. PENNIESbring IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION Days: 686-4125
SEPARATE Nights: 686-1361 686-2205 .raw"I
'o V/l, auto tram BEFORE YOU BUY Wide, .Track.
ttVioft '62 COMET WAGON I customers to
"LAKELAND'S 2 Bedroom, florida room tarot. your _CLASSIFIED I .DISPLAY.
_, auto. trans., 4-door od oar lloon, central heat on 1 Classified INC. -
__ door when use
0' I lob. Nome looms you
1sP' 11E radio 1 htattr. I BUSIESTBUILDER' ".... pour own tit ... Pla. Are.
ads to sell and 000.510150.2471
rugs I
; floor coverings Dial MU .
1120 It ll" ..
Power to lni area plus c BROKKR
sttarlng. 811511CL..IIO
and sar.Ni un E Memorlol Blvd
Y '60 BEL AIR 4-Door, i dIal .8.1107 tmoCLASSIPIED
1 x M. P. TomlinsonCO.
+g; '61 FORD 2-Door "6", $46.74 0

59CHEVROLETS std. tram., haater. I per month on buy lot I .

'63 OLDS MS V/l. LOW DOWN PAYMENTON You Are Invited To Com In And 1__ r.ur Caa'it/.e-Or.'i.Vilvt, / D of.rOHon

Auto trans., air. OUR LOT I Meeti thou tin. quality rrodd-lni for

J '63 IMPALA 4.Door l MODELS OPEN For The : your c....".,." .'". An of the con ...

Hardtop, air. FOR INSPECTION I old. with a ono full ,.., Guorontood
'62 BEL AIR Deer Wortonty, sod oro lacked '"y the
I SmartBuyer. flnott oorvico ..,.rt""t ta control
2. Doors 4 Doors V/l. Auto trans I FlorI4..
Joe P.
p i power timing. Bridges

from 5'62 IMPALA Convert. m o norm A... .
'64 MONZA Coupo. Days: 6866123 : I
Y...',. proud .. the ,
4 speed, RAH. Nights: 686.1361 686220!i '
cor you bur .t Foul 64 CHRYSLER Newport Hord-
A .695 ; '60 PONTIAC Catalina, ? Neylor Morort ..ocouio I' too c...,.. .._.ti.

Wagon, air. you son every tfonimiMio. "'.., hoot
59 FORD Wagon V/1. I OWNER SALE! iKInf yew doilro.ClooH .r, ,..., ttoorlni, oow. .
r ; Small down paymenton like-new. ore I Ith.t .r brshoo* $Jns
Auto, trans. Par .. Rood la Mtdullo. I b will .1.. you
a 'SI BISCAYNE 4Door. lobe. brdroom III. bilti CB home eurirendino. ....Ie.. 61 CADILLAC 6 window
with carport ond ultlllr. on I S..... DoVlllo* $5195
'57 CHRYSLER Hardtop, nix lot .pproiciin.,lF aomeopprtlul I'
\ Ie ooo, |RO
a mono*
power. ."m'. oil Ctrl Tr...... Na.7& el..... 4.Dooe warn.N 61 CADILLAC 6 window
t. or MU tW3RBDUCKD IDD LOVERING ",.. wnlrln I Sties DoVillo' $1195
7 ; 59 BUICK Wagon, ....... .. I
$ 1nWw1 "w.
y /.m..1. .......,.....,
r3; air, power. (4000 I .m wary phoned that lit It BOW .uoc!.t.4 with maIn ..to. rrnin0 t.rR. 61 CADILLAC
'59 FORD Calculi 2. 8..t p.n>lrd lof.llon din wlllt l IM-M.1.! .livmt. .an! roam noonIno selhna ...,.", ...n... fool tin U cell .*. I4d for I w. 001"1 1I' Convertible. S499S
0,10 N1Nn.0 multi said ,. It <>. deep k..t it, $2195 '
i0.p n' por'h. 00 0 any now r c. 62 CADILLAC Flootwood* $421
Door 6" stick.
... '
ror. ln. and dn. '
no ..
will It for "
.,. ,.. .. i: | yoy. ;
'62 CORVAIR "700" bod I. UIn .th, moiler00ulpood '43 CHEVROLET '62 CADILLAC 6 window'
r 4Dr., auto trans. 055,5(00 051.51.5 sod WIth.I.blend..... 010Inn .5050101dlx b Itaor ......lr. ..,.. Sodon OoVIHo* $3595
62 Willis Sales ....
c.0. 505.10 INN two n1550nor Eston Auto IMM "
tr! t 6"410.! '61 J:CfttVROlfT Impaled end petl0 wit 1 ,,.....xrm.lbMN. N.eW.N '62 CADILLAC 4 WindowSddon I
I B.Qto' miUaoo. ... I
Low L. ono
S bdllt In PuthhWx avail ,, $1795
Convertible.t 5515.. 5520 Woodbmo.CLASSIFIED 1103 East Main St. Ph. MU 6.3694 ..... '
'62 IMPALA Hardtop. $2095 OLDSMOIILI 1 f-IJ
'63 FALCON 2-Dr. H'top I I Ce..,. $229S
i '
'63 CHEVY II Nova, I .-Door elation Waoon.Automat '62 CADILLAC Con...." .. $1795
i "Super Sport," air. .. tranimia..n I II
radio.' ....... '62 CADILLAC Pork Avo.Sodon .
'63 IMPALA 4.Door Ono ownor. DoVlllo* $1795
5 To Choose From Hardtop Dime, air I $1095 I
63 FALCON Sprint I $2<9S
V/l, auto tram., ,., t 61 RAMBLER
Ito N I II '62 PONTIAC Grono1. "rl. $2795
J radio and halter CloMio..,. aV d..Dr..,. ,5...On..l.0S
1295 '61 OLDS MS 1-Door, Air Cond. Looal ono ' I *"""
V/l, Std. -LtGHTMEDIUM- HEAVY_ $! 395 I 41. CADILLAC <2 S.....* $S1>5

'63 CHEVY II 300 4- 61 CADILLAC Flootwood* $JltS

Door, auto, trans. TRUCK TOWN II. I I IJ 'CO CADILLAC Coup D.ViII. $2195
... Special/ / ,
A' ; c, 5 Radio, htater. "60 MERCEDES 220S* $1995

'63 IMPALA Convertible 59 BUICK' I 'CO CHEVROLET Impale.

T g ; b C S.S, air. ?rV* ',.'.* toTdwnito 4.-Door Hereto $1495
\ r 61 IMPALA Convertible 'I ....r...... tooth.or oatoioutomntio '60 FORD V-l Country

V/l, air. tioatar ond. rad
'62 PONTIAC Wagon, "' '60 PLYMOUTH Fury
9 Pan., air. 82:10.00 mix )IIUY I $1195 : Hardtop Coupo $1095
57'CHEV.. Convertible '54 DODGE Pickup 4-Deer* Monterey $1495

LOOK V/l. Auto, trans., '55 INTERNATIONAL pickup I '60 FALCON I II. '59 CADILLAC $000

power steering. '52 FORD F-7 long wheel base 2 ton I... 4,....D.' '.ttanaard.;. DoVillo* $2095
S '62 OLDS ,.IS, 4 Dr., ... *..tra ..,.. MOOOmllM. '59 CADILLAC h....* $1195
60FALCONS V/l, auto trans. $895 '59 OLDSMOIILI. HelldoySoden.
'62 Ford Calaxle 4Dr. '51 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton. 74 .. Loeded* $1195

Hardtop. I 59 BUICK' k 59 CHEVROLET Vlerfcweed

.-Door H..... to. V s,.. W....* $1295
62 CHEVY II Nova 400.
S mi.oo11.14 BUT I 00.00.YII NwM owI -. '5, FORD FIDO Pickup -
5 a Nm.U. IlnwnNM
,.. .... ...
Std trans. I
x' NIA V.5, Aurometie T..".. $995
h. ,...
58 DODGE Panel. Real good. LM.1 Me atom
from 59 FORD Calaxio 2- :' 'J9 CHEVROLET Impelo4Door. .
4\ k Door Hardtop, '59 FORD Pickup I $1095 V-l* $1095

1 $ ; auto, ham '55 FORD '/ ton stoke body O 'II CHEVROLET V-l

795 '61 VALIANT.Door '56 FORD Pickup I"'4I d. .56_r. CHEVROLET o .........., .... 4-Deer* $ 995
Auto, trans. -.....,. tranuniioion. I 5$ FORD Country Sodas 9
56 WHITE WC 22S1093.00WILL radio. and. --. potienior Stotien' Wo.on $ 695
4' '62 MERCURY Meteor, 1 .
$495 I II MERCURY Monterey
S 5r 2-Door, "stick. H.,..., Coop $ 595

'62 PONTIAC Bonnevllle IIUY '57 RAMBLER. '56 CADILLAC 4-Dr. h'....*

A (pe., air. '61 CHEVROLET Claooio. automalio 4 Door Waoionvo .'."omiMion. -. '-I'I I S.I',' $ItS
Corvan. Real nice.
'62 CORVAIR "700" a ,..00.,00 radio hxlMNWM .I '56 CADILLAC Cps DeVillo $ 595
4Dr. Auto, trans. 60 FORD Ranchero. Clean. Painted I $695 '56 OLDSMOIILI. 91 D.I...

'63 IMPALA Sedan, '61 FORD Ranchero "I'I H.Ii.., Soden $ 595
5 5 5
V/B, 51 R.185. engine. I
.._ .
>ble> n 4&Js and I Sodon DoVillo* $ 695
I / '$7 PLYMOUTH 2.Door '59 CHEVROLET 70, air equipped tractor w.,h. .or.,-550rmsl -.. '55 OLDSMOBILE II H.n..,

Hardtop. '59 CHEVROLET 1 ton, utility 'I ,..... ." .5'I Ce.ee $ 495
'63 IMPALA 4-Door $ I
'60 FORD /2 ton pickup. : *Air( Cenditioneo Cert
Hardtop, air.
'61 FORD 2-Doer, Std.trans. ''56 GMC diesel tractor. 1 I Many Others/ To Select/ From
., "6." Sorvko recordf ore ...11..... ... many
'60 CHEV. Impala I i iI" of tkeao ton, 01 they were tr.d.d. -is
M E $. ,000 S ,000 Paul '
5.l Doer, V/l. t. HI 'ky Mpoot cuiteenert. S., you (on

'56 DIAMOND T diesel tilt cab. .
63 BEL AIR 4-Door, 5.0-it's |lost t.od common lento to
V/l, air. '61 FORD F-1000, full tractor equipped. 1 IUY YOUR USED CAR FROM AN

I '62 CHEV II Nora 4Dr. '62 FORD F.950, like new. Naylor with AUTHORIZED duality eouipmont NEW CAR sod DEALER focilitiee
62 IMPALA' 2-Door '57 MACK B61 diesel I to toko c... of your I..............

Hardtop, air. '54 MACK diesel tandem Motors
DIAMOND T tilt cab. NH220.
'61 CHEV. Wogon "6." Several' ether gas and diesel' tractors in this class. i 1047 E. MAIN' ST. ;
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'62 CORVAIR "700" DEMO !

(pa. Auto trans. 1963 RANCHERO ((1 ONLY) i
'60 ENGLISH Ford 2Dr. M. P. Tomlinson :
62 FALCON FuturaCps.
NnG1 YM c.
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'63 COMET Coupe,
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hi rie.ie Fer 1411. I 153 Hen.1 Fer kl.Completely 153 Nouns fer Sale I S3 Ho.it ror Sal 153 Hemes Fer Sele "i53'H.esss Fer SateFURNISHED 1 5) He.iet Per Sale REAL ESTATE *' "REAL ESTATE

I 153 H..... '., Sale 151 HWHISI 1i81s'


PRICE REDUCED I hit nice I BR CB home RESIDENCE BdrMi aplll lank Dolt
with rI.. .mltlare sad & nIl. A' 1T11 fradarlokabiiri Hill 9bdi "WINDSHIELDAPPKAISER BEFORE IT MOVE RIGHT INA toore. 1\10 kaUi dlnln room.we .
.%,... __.. tw* MUle at**-0.5505. I 00400055 SIrs tI.... MB, S bata how kaa 015. baa Bcredvod In porch and Lrt4. at III KlbrltBB War. U ln* raarn and paneladHotlda
rat* Clams raam. NVIM iww. _. 1. 0150505 cad "' _at tool baat, ...._.... kltohanUa GETS HOT completely furnished 1140 tttla should ... tOo ana ware .. wall booS I hadrBBBi hem., I row*. iSS. U> kaaamaai
kftc.ii. aaraa* a.si Urn* eWraetBhoal. _led Piorlad **"". $orrit IBTB. aoNaaad --. I sac ? dreamt. Miealr landapapadflan bait rtarMa. Roam. soS. ftaonear It.. workeho, laundrr sad ata*.
tilth ..: thIsi Ia l$0 .0- te "nnrt, all Ilia) a.*_a k I* ... Josephine I* priced at lit,- rout 1wla ....110.. 5500 ....1......" I.p5,5. I tara*.. .",... air ...- aa.. Hiah-drr lot mntltun *..
*M.WQ with tow d'.1 0Of5rt.bis to, s M .' SS.I S 11.0(421. 11IO 0....... II I bedrooms. 900 RO-1049 3001 p001. .... .. OIlS boat .. vaaatlaB kllndi, IOM.jl4. U..... "',_,
gaoaritl, Bala Io4 l ta,id* and wt like To IcIng _m. aIls lIbrims I all. Words .. .._I.... Thro IN Ior Fanaad pall*- ar apbopl 921 West Hunter St.
1026 East Walnut I mod $000.5. Coos. e04 "HI ale YOU'll BE HAPPY Drive By? = brssl1,01.:' floor.' t50ow 3 0.0500 *). aaparaU and atoraa. Pelts. ndaoad II.000OWBBT

Cant rrantU......Sl WejBBl B*. .11,4 5550 54 511440; Ian Pool ale(TTwlmmlat ..."'S., land Sill..a SHOPPING .mini r.i"h llrlBl room IwO aw.ln. BOW 515 BM- OII

688-2943 I..-..ol" .t.*".* ..!! boot 1M If 5050 011IoI. _air to aanibbarr Mr aaboolmrch lib a ar kitchen*
phone hauaa, WMdera
Well Maintained a bedrOom "'m. will large .PS.atan. St's .ro s50sg 15.50." == cltr park ......1ItI1 Sad, II very convenient to this IIIII..Ha brakla* room S III* balba.mU PLENTY OF ROOM NEARSOUTHGATE
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MMiaid Ball, oaroort utllllf bedrooms plut 0500.5 5710.0 40 5011. alt a
aiel J BH borne Thar* II
brisk II.. I b.0ro.s. LaHndrwaal dla- panel** Morn. _. DnanI 10050 50-1004 .coiII"1 with 3UUu > no""
II. U. ,MOM Inahidn .
rli.k' kltahaa .0.1 ..*_. I oar lar*** and to Hra _100_. Vladara a Badrooma
00 WI* bvut-tat rui obhwaaliar aad *to, WIth "boOSts rnV and Florida Room, Dirt .,,_' .104 polIO wlib .1..- ..11111I111.'. .SooO. L.riipaitad
sod U TKD. a 0000. andl auda aat ahaleaa S lull OIl! Vlalabula tmmuulata. SbedrooBu -
r2L'OMSn jIoreb ... Onlf aU.000. ._ The bva tad IWM! 0.00. ...
Double auldoo1..1.
Room patla -
CLOSE IN AT oust Mlii. with IXxlar, BH.1044, Ula kalha Uvlnt room:, tlaaa. Orbs room, nice kllchea ng garage boll and air. Tb .
lays aenlral far lia *oo
r.yi'i14 01 *****. WW I Joora.. ....Ownan mol* and want and dinette larae tIll bath,! and SHADE OAKS 1241 555'iIW and he* a .- 1t:IIIM* aarperv dowa.AU{Ill franca: $300. DN.
821 E. ORANGE loll ", their dejuie bama. Call air aaBdilianad t Ian ::1\1"
0511115 Soc loSe of : Thar la mar*. I
COMFORT"dallrhtfut ea..t:1: Edgewate Dr. la view. ...UII" ,
sqoil .01.. Owl.. Op lAia i EXTRA too an appalaUnant ta tea 150411na4Is double tarata, workihap near new th. reatW
IITO.II A bar.
let ah** CoO horn
micron 100' 3 BR
ALB Brand -
doe Slod. MXlMi ... new
0. and utility room. Lane boast511011 Wards
Slam tIa. Will ._ sod Sean bopping will Ilk* Whatwoo
H bear* 50.A.ffl.boSrd .t.11I think ran
small) JIm *
( !A I Vadroon born.All landecapad lot. Kaar
Lake Prlri schools Md shopping -
belowmarkat CLOSE close to
AB mtts.u'e t Klrllll. 50
S24.50Q with torn RN- sos %
IS Morton
furaiiiwd sad) raadr *OVOlots eohoola Man and tal.let
.... ...noIoU.' 1 llVlm room, I VIUaao.ll.nl flaanclntarallahl
Naw hospital and allalaMva *. Priced .. ecu aimllanttlnaaolrw. '70S. center. Low m ypaym.nll.

"111 1 1Mb*, I bedroom. ... .and a eeraenad limn JOHN MITCHElL. o.U11'> kr 710* M..almola.... YUU aa ..Sad... LEONARD RABIN KO-10M. j 05. ...Iobor*. Wht Ml aall toda |* 3 ::.. I KMened 55050 0.10.poroh. carport tooPa. (NOT FHA) SW

In ftSniparoh 0.1 10. Lot 1,. too a..pI.", ..altar LMLA 404 m. Samoa lid._ TaoBBt Inedrooma COUNTRY LIVING .5.105,5DICK central. beat a4 ait Baa.diuonMn ecUM ot towa. Call
.Mt *O.P Idf e.rdenlh. al bll4. REALTOR OB .' ''. iranalMorlataroom.
CoO I. 'Inapeal IBM B. LIme It.'U"I01 S full Ula bathe. u. ., ''
rental iBlu. '40I dlr.pa.al. lormla kltehen -
a B. florid Int wad
PHONE roam kiuhaa built-in
no-i... MV I-IIU or l-ecxl o'ea sad ran. Baraue4 uakilloora. .1 Right In town with shade 1 onbl..''. markl anltf top*. Harry Meiikk; MU um

Orner B. M.phis MU -2454 .... 511111.. raaaa ..eI *........ reel and rail aoo1uolnnFeatures BARNES mor* baa Btual ......10. Bear Thomas Wllaptt MU (-947)Elinor
$2,500 DOWN Larty Heath MU HMO( ---1 roo... Ceolral beat Sad all aoa- ; ihoola, SIloS ...\0141. SILO load
ONE BLOCK OFF 4151.5.4 doubt carport Lara -l cl d.-3--jjR 2 ... ... llao..5os. Call lor rill-lull. Peter MU t-lOfi

$58 Month. 4Vi% LAKE HOLL1NGSWORTHawlr OFFICE! MU 14147 .... _U.hl bastIon PriM r lath. Florida room, dou. 1101' ,. ..a..a with
Bad LOOKINGFOR ucad I. BKLL, ..o0 I..., ."'.....
.. I bedroom florid i
Like< I radaoaratvd bam with tTuoaar I0.. latsIdlato p.15050 ble carport large fenced inyard SO QUIET HERE
room, oanerat. Mock boa asorOroel ,5000o00. 5.,.. WI balola. pooalH HAUGER REALTY ROOM R. M. MARLER
.... with Shuffle Board
CocloalIlsoUsS ..
011010405 : :- ama. "d oSu.sd.40 5o. 301 w. Lake Bonnr Dr. Near ideal rellramani IB thIs ..ostsfltu.51h00050
OP *" SOS p.r *05500.lol.s ..... on 110'.140' 10' Sad _. Bnaltor LMLA Urn .. Bohoall 4 btdraomiu 'Court. and Modern Kitchen LOOKING FOR A Tw kedraova oat & SONLMLA
loom lad 1515,1015. 1011- ,laslaIp f...,...... WIdow II mum ass L Oranit (t. Then lot Baal Brimdna will etrMalp .l.* room kitchen and oinlntraom with Dishwasher lloora Ian Florida room. de
$DO). $05505 Sq ..II, ,,'11\. W. 110.., Slap. at the Cbs ol. Wit Owf la flU ISo biU. It baa room. S III* bathe. lute walkclooeta. w. RN-823 rate Vacant-'-move rliht In Ash o. .*.|-
110O. tslI "rl 'I'r_.... epen. Ju.l luien a tiP 004.P00011. la REAL ? M-lll BWOB. rOSA Oomnltuant MU IMMaerrlnl
5fl "I '. 10 .....Ii.hl Floridai. .55 priced at tlt.MO with VALUE 'to aa* Idol B ktaln
16... .Ub T. It. an* II ill an Ifklllon. _..rod. SIn 101'
LAKE MORTON Jo..' 13H4Tli.rt i. oaniral hM t and air BOB.auionlnt termS Southslde Lakalan ?'
CLOSE IN Rocitop. at 5557 5.7573:_ __ ------ roam up and an. dowa.*r*050 s bad.tilt I iw to.. ft. of lit.in IA'I'OlI' PARK' area nearaln eas-<
I apara. Prloal t* SaIL Iioailent plant. ThIs S BedKoata.bath I PHONE
bath .
GIVE YOUR FAMILY A p Bad one III* balk .. ... ---
Walk dOes lees tram ",... Ideal PIG Verr I.... 111., roam. with 4 Jinaocini. Iwmadlaia BoaL 8 BRICK HOMESThese ... paJntad horn* ran Omer B. Maphls MU 1-2454
oaaa, La*** raama. eeparata din HOME FOR VALENTINE: fireauaa and a sos room anda .05050. 50.704. 'ka ....* too ONLt MOO down MU 24500 BUY LIKE RENT: !
Ins rosa. tlcamlnt hanwandBortttted PRICEREDUCTION TbI boot .UI for TOUT lamllrka aaparata dlnln* room "'IU'. and 141 par month Larry Heath
"...... trani Bpreb. .114 a Imm* at thoSe oara. a. and a a to* klu-h.n. with a break.laat SELECT BRICK Can Mr*. Walter MO I-I11J OFFICE MU 2-1147'
Terene arranged. ",".1110. lap .f tn* raw knd aaad komaa room. PIUS a full baamanieoreen L (ShortyPalmer homes are ready for IMMEDIATE 2 Bedroom. Florida rows,
Baler ran bar b* ..... .. aea 50 lInes Uit4 sod Stool kuUdia parab. oanwt and tttiutr Kaaiur n tMLA HENRY J. LEWIS near Southwett schools
thi f room bmua. Owner baa U p rour ....11'. lUnt rowl.... mil roam la th. bourn* $addln man OCCUPANCY. & SON HAUGER REALTY i
$G4MQ DOWN ,Mm traaalarrad a* JaaaeaBMU. .44 kalp ran BWB anrUilBw apaoa PLUa than la a aampleU Jo. V MaxwtUBaa. Features include 3 & 4 BR'i LMLA 3 odroo"' IVi bath brick
and 5511104 *IALTORB -
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Thr**WIll_aawuio_ Ban tot tloora.cuba aate eeparata FURNISHED HOME .tare*** .aa.apartn.nl..with AND a the S amaraa ulloo .... MO .-.". a baths. Florida and dining 1101 B. Ptorlila. Aye. Mealtar LaAA. home, Kathleen aa4 Wlnstoaachoola.

A Psol burl 011 ....... 10051IllS dlala ram. ..... aaalaeadarwa. *nu** bedroom maaonrv "' ... I. mo' and I Is loraud *<, 104 B. .r."lt *. rooms. As low aa 1450 down at 111 Ib B,. SIll Crania ol en.Step lbs Owl"HOIKING .
011.11500 1505. IsoFasis Slams. and Ian. llrlni room mntotalr furaUhad ........ SI4oratandy ol Uw peeuu.4 alei la :0-ol Pb. ;
dol... Priddalra kullt-ia _... On. bath la ........ another In .. Itratt. onlr asoo doss Lakeland. It. vacant *. ban, (Nert I. .. i-o.. Ar*. Pk tot FHA. and NO DOWN I block
1 bath
.114155 ilae dome .. eareaaedporch .. Bat ,new root and new aad $7t ore BIOBUI no iou, Uw h.p an* the Mail t* Show PAYMENT-VA. LMLA. FOR GRACIOUS LIVING 3 Bedroom %
ealra lane tlUlr raoaiM loar, ... Lara 11011.1 CLOSE TO SCHOOLS 701 KN-***. Tfa* print la Oboht home Florida ootp. Cry: *
$ total 4wa palmIst bwludtna eornrr lot ThU to not a prajatl 55. .". *. "f. wadi :* dM4.
alotin* oa.lt, atlat 174month. per sos... prlo baa bean aubetantlal.ABBOH .3J W. Allan* 1'_. lart* *orr IQ lannUat .r* voluowa, .... rnosh InU.... th_ ... tal Uk.,
-. I' r.d,..... .. 'I'eo ..111'IJIIO lot and alow t* BouU..ldaahaola < LITTLE lI.hll'll II."....
dop. IUI-Ua. Sad km II... Thra* krdrooau. PAINT SCOTT KELLY 3 Bedroom I bath. frame
Co.4G'aw aU In ana* .....dllioa. Brapoolntmanl .Ios5-s. nt LOV181 Alv5 3 ............ redecorated. 1134 W.. 10th
aalr HN-4a a b.lao, SIC .oodbUose4 ..OID.roaa.uL .
KEN HARRIS Ch..l anal flslni will But thli S MMltor tMLA
SIde CLOS IN DUPLEX i Mraoni 1IUI Jawai* IB tip I toe 111 a. TanBMM An.UU DININa Room. built-i St.. mill down payment.
10.0400 .."" ...., IIq.Altot 120 Hlrkorr luwt al* ro*.a. DICK BARNES .nape. Ideal nUraaiant home Inratlraoieat I-41BJ kltahr-n. IHorlda Room I set Immediate possession. Own.er .
I. PlorIdo .15..t ES CO.500150n IC. .katha, CollIns dlilana ... nauhborbovd, HOWR Jlmair MO S.ISTSraul ATTACHED OAeUOa. H47I| ,
.... IU tora aod .hisrchPu. Bua Ill.h01.dp SPOlSOP LalLA St. oialr MU 5.205 ii .
:IOU 0. 1'1. ....TlO I Sob MBN wq .n CAMPHOR DrOOP, Moolosure.
lural h4. IN- l-o7
Oomplal l >
1.551.0.ii fop thIs S 5od'ooa 0,0.05. CAL2-
lbdrooa 05l
.. ilso. dos P0. IIIV $411) 1138. COLORED HOME ---. 0 ....... 5.11001. ...... suothwoutboloS. Soot rORNIA BTVLB Bltonen wIll MEL RUDYLMLA
.ooIoo0100 555 rId.
.; 110105
tarts 10'
oUl" b. ahono.Ilful
131 W. llth .trt !_ Vad..' .....pl.... $..,.... .1,51 2949 CAROLINA .look =": IwIsombif 14 too 1 big or too small to REALTORMORTGAGE
room horn with hardwood tlooraonlr ..II..... I..JI Klr-UIIO-H. BROKER
EUNICE OR LAKEHOLLINGSWORTH IJOO loan .RK-10CT. kalaao M rajHA 4 BEDROOMS Just South Cleveland Court :141 TANAOen 510U57iIPIlObtroll be sold la Classified Ads!IDial 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.

GROVE PARK AREA I "Bill" WILLIAMS school. Four bedroom two i I _...... I Bet* HOB time
OU> kadrwam. I kalh MED bOORS OOMr 5.* Ulla 4 bath double M.... llvlai room Florida Room ? MV t-llU an dial 688-4107 any
BRICH lOOMS wltlt b.sU- Nor Uirrc kadroom 405 balks! carport, corner : KITCHIN
.Uul. laanllr room Ian. IKlnio VIEWIf *aionrr horn at 1711 BiauatonMIU btdraoia*. apacMu, I aaUi 11"horn".. room en mtaId tndioini -- ftlt..r -. LMLAIBJI lot. Iota of shade. Available I FINDER DttUdrenl CONTROL Pool. BN-M1 Call ad-wrlter and tell her
*" with firanlae* mwiarn *. Blattrla call kat. fina .... B piorida AM.MU ..
Klona Rlrhmond tundara 4) !>
ara and 1140room.
MillIBklVwian Air "CenUaT Heat you enjoy being near a :1 ... Now undar eoBiuiKUon daldhUul room klteDon. ,fa... l-iaj June. Will finance. 686-7945 :Matt MU 14131.BEERMAN. what you want to tell I
and fttoad la tall. .......
Good UDGI*
ecOad31400s wad lloora and owner.A HI
0uo) lake surrounded by beautl arpttlai. Pbs ,
I t, of cloiwt 51000. Corner lot
ful Hickory trees you wll Aaotavr aaw ihn. badrm two Call C. rtMTCK MO 1-0334, low REALTY CUSSIFItO ADS
HAWTHORNE TRAIL enjoy this 3 bedroom 2 uala -BM aaarlnt oonipUUoaUclrla -ion tolaU* *a &!r'ot.. BY OWNER
1( hat. llnplaca lo<* e- M3I 5. 01.. .*.. Mtf 1-3IM
story home, R'I07t.Jn erW ... .. HOME FOR YOU
LOVBLT bulll-m .Ih"" Tor. aiaUabl 2115 John Arthur Way 'EtASOpsaoDIsPLAY'WE :
Ilia _
BBICK I : 51553110550 01551 *! _
I BATH HOMB, with .... Boomartooktat 120,009. MM Jararanda. CHESTER MCDONALD SYLVESTER SHORES f ... ... looklnt. for a coat, _
., IsIs HolllnaiworthatuMn DRIFTWOOD DRIVE oriabl. boo la a .ulat. awmborhood .
,. acreanad patIo M pool. one Uira ktdrawn homi4t coanolant la aohoollor .
lualtot badraom I bath CB Ceatral
*.u. |ana II.... room with flralaoa I" *n ibID airMt. MM dowr bon and air aondltioaad, lane s.d kua, and rlodow coop nta'SELL !
R "Bill" WILLIAMSRealtor d. .1... Mt-1179 ThIs S koiu hat YOUR R FAMILY'SSECURITY
rot tIwdraomi
$ panated daa. aeparate Blanc and 30 r'at rH" flnanclni Drlv llvlnidlnlheana, .I.. .I. kllch. *
_m. atadera k'....... oIl te '741 Crlltwood Soda. ea with braaklaat bar load eaa.lar tot. of *|OMU, ollirnaSoduSniarso AND TItJDEG.O.Op
kadraoni. Reduced Prlca. flrlin-l LMLA and dlepotal wall-lo-wall aaroat. eoruw lot. Drlv kA01 ,
W. HanoMk aa< "l| ua BO(39 .

SCOTT LAKES 1131 S. Florida Ave. Fusselle & Sons Inc. hiot Bktra comm rio...daubl. lID ellf oarportOn taxi 1003.

MU 8-1I38 MO 'l0. [
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lot eaJ*. *looilu ... T* OPEN Thla I atdraom. CB ........ bai
-- Iota .. ..I.... NIC Plorlda ;
a** thn rkako Homea ) IDIIMd'lf' WEEP: NO MORE.M'LADYI room.walllawaU

mu VlrtlBla Bamllloo.Win BV OWNER I and hall drape earpet. OB In Siring.u>...room B>. I Is assured In a home of
NICE HOME WITI, oell.nl tondition and priced atonlr ( FURNITUREAND
Ito ahlldr. aaa run a. romp en your own. For outstanding
H. Pritchett JNCOMBThl thl dallthUul Bropartr and raaa 2:00.4:00: : Two bedroom CB home 111.00 with term* ko-1071 home buys see to
la Ula la fo
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la a Btc S __.. homeeomplelelr 7 ram ham*. FUORIDA ROOM good neighborhood garden A PERSONAL INVITATIONLet day's "Homes For Sale" APPLIANCI IXCHANSI

1/lcLean/ Real Estate ,, radeaaratad, kxlatod AND PORCII Ife baiht. dlnla.: 608 EASTON soil low taxes. Price $7,000 302 I. M.", .rl.l Bl,'. ,,,... MU Mitt
r:1.-: u' *n AV 'f.r room ....... blood rard. Cal I nt .*.. ran wile S bedroom. listings

(U .UIII III .. him' St.p00 rant lurnlahad ales, which varec will brlnti tod.r. KUU. 515,501LEONARD "Dlicount If Sold This Located 1138 Edith Ave. ca. ho...lIe. )with.., room.built-in Near kltrlua.pMkiua achool.. _,__ItT "
5-2071 .feIlDAoI Side. .. RABIN CLA''I'IID: DISPLAY __'
moat al th* *.n. par.inu. Weekend" and tu>ra. M* slIp \..... "...1. ------Do
PULL PMCB 11)100. IN REALTOR LMLA radeooralad Inatda aad *ut prlcad
'In.Call 101 I:. Uma atrat .all. with low down
IS payment
I Ian DR. > llvlnt LET'S
...... cwioaa WT} a-tin n ir.ui roanlut COOK OUT
tr.plaoo. d a *r Plo, room. ..
Would can 11' la aook cut taht
3 BR. HOME t ACRE. TWO BEAUTIFUL eacloiM brraatvar, lant klUihmwpatat .,. mardlna of waatbarr V*.. ONLY $4,200
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$3,500 SOUTH.' HOMES loll 50.11. ........ Braullful 501I'uoluoalIon. resold In thIn hie 01... houarMM .. Trailer and CB ......... aamplet. Nothingfotttjpant( wl* Ti injir*
Dr.. b' and b...... IUKW. ) bedrooms and aierrIhina .Ir lurnlahed road. to mar In
Thl .._. en Aim Pl'1Ot4"\1an Thra baths In. .round. RN.'ItIII C.II dots alo-. .-.. goal WIIMnop. HO LoraMd on t acre land, mutt ba
:1i0. bargain far tome- rroan. .... 000<1. It ba lela.olclbrnt ilrett lltbjlnt,"eot-beat penal:. ton MO 55415.JOHN 1017. aMa la b.. ., ...I.II". AH"I/I. M M PlJllBBOr WAT
I .rS.a ale* wrk 100. OB "11ch.., 11.50500wshIol .
mel Completely and attrac ...... 1.Rio -.. .... I.... etoeak doubl *.r.... DtrecUonei RETIREMENT HOME LORfcNB BABLT

tvety' (urnlsheit dollhouse. llvlnt raom/dlnmt area. metkitehea. North *n U.. M l... Well kept S bedroom ..m. .h
TII.0 1400lb.. than en* mil pant Carpenter i t BRENNAN InC lot lOss SETH McKEELEmphasis
for carport plua 81x3blork
Ideal the small or retir
.. U. .
lamllr who want a But.but Horn .ah.. SWISS Dole i **raa* at roo,. ..Ie. I
e4 family. Handy to starts not lar. ill.KM). RH->>4... ....100..11I. ...,. 01_. Gpo ...IIo. ., ... LMIA M4-410) d..d laRN1001 aall IllS Weal jam Mi roo InsItor 1.1(1.0.l
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Call 14 Craw. MU .-.... a... Hat .. b* sam t* ba appr .$ Homt 1< IIU CMtl*'' 11. Lomas
church, bus, and in quiet .1._ BulWar Sad *..... b. NU .In II' ,

eskdenttal area. 1&'. a steal 3 BR. CB. HARDWOOD MU 60980TERRIFIC 200 ACRES

for the money) CLARK FLOORS. Good land aultabM for iraalntur

REALTY. 833 North Mass.. SOUTH. '.Iat. doe. .. iH Inter I
chanae and polk CII,. Priced. |o
(8640M.GOOD nil 05.. I* IB Ilk.-... aandl.Uon. BUY BEST VALUESIN ooU.
It I* dllfarant Iram theeaaraatloaal
$... II baa *ataom LutUKua _1ft room ...... mom
Uwt aaa ba aaed a. a Orv Port Mtouptna Cnl rr
THREB= BKUKOOM CBbom 'III' x raom Lara ..I.....* with ... a* ama BuBiiar. HOMES 1 C BYRD Informality 1.1
*. Ilk b.", .. oenUal .... ..... .. aupbaarda, ThJt I* a Blot .
lana modem kltohen el .140wi. tossUp hems .. aloe ratu. 2028 Nottingham Road J I SI'ssbat shnrm and lleobliI01
Be* lOll Bow l|.MO. 1500daw mnt bom. Call Bat BaaaUtaMU ONC ACRB LOT-nawlr deeoret- Realtor : solo nnn.l.d 70.007 1005..I
*. 1714 Pnnch It. |70' I-JMI. KO-laaa, or phone MU 6-1972 ..., ...... .. bl..... home. Two Owens Park. onlar 083437IAtenrlalai cloeed patio and coavanatMnela
lIds room. 3 bod room.loa. .
Mdraome. Haa lar* aaral*. anart *
TTSTtMORROWMALTOIU 40. 0' abed aa the prop X. t rjltarbark /181..10 la well-lltualad for los M ,1 _
BARGAIN!II Opt,. Leoatedl lust BUUId *ltrImlU. i. C. ..orm.o.In...... S 41.... U preferred, 1-1/1 bathe
HOWARD GILLETTE The rard la *ak ....41." and
LMLA badraoB, tw. balk b.... B.parata Ideal clluaUoa for horn Loaalrd ole Lai.lolllniiwoitk .
emlneei aambUtauoa.. 55435.CA5A prlirala. SueS
Braaah 0(550.del dining rooot PI .lcI. woos I .
B. Mamarlal Bird. II IALTO" LMLA lad aara**. On ,.... lot 1.001.loa' : aQ.101l4.Unique
MU .naa (10 ,.. Walnut at B Ptottda condition. A lot of now. fo'; BtXLA: SUBDIVUION COMPLETELY FINISHED

PHONE MU HnllTHERE'S a IUIIe "..." 1M ss .b.. 00.I beautiful 120 lot la thla neluu CONDOMINIUMAPARTMENT I
.. .
'Ia' 0510 ]u t tip from Uk
'OUT OF CITY HolllnnwerUl *n th* ...0.Id..
MARY E. LEAHYRKALTOR doom .iso d..l.nod ho .......Ileelaa' 217 WINDSOR8D INSIDE AND OUT -
.SOUTH- OF TOWN bullS b. .n. of 100015.4'' Opportunity
.beak bulldart for Ins prweBttwnw. I
51w tArol b.dr.ora l.om.. corp ill N. MAeta AVB.MQ Two bedrooms, .n* verrIan I
00155005 1514 II....... 0.51. lar.. 1-4341 or MU' S-Tfl with, ..1..-... ._1. ThIs Seldom I* (h* boot dollar. bur In.
A lun l, apartment low aal.Uaautllullr
ale In W P.sI.50lOoltr.and .
eo..1 an" .11111. ..... 5o elIp U fin proptrlr perfect Our 10t0smill lawn >e
decorated and Indudea -
50054. Prload 111.000 Solos loodataw lamllr who wantt lop location attractive aelahborhood Iflu _
Meal rarpetmi and draperjaeranta P 'ra read ta acquire rour parimnt
Call Oordan WarUH. ..
NOTHING call tot appointment ,not oven, ralrlaerator, new bom, lbs detwla ot 1
... .
MU 11574.UXCU MARJORIEROAD .a* $3,4Q.5jCLXvR.AND ...h......... oomblnaUon Thuaparunant room 'S' bath EL-U1-U Sro 5moss _
IIIPOHTtcl..1 la hollIes on th* roar for '0'1' U Irarnl
ra of lbs bulldlni, eul.t. pearafulraatful .
PERSONALa Ilrom..I ham on beautiful lot ,
and very pleaeant. Thr
AND DRY ''I thla line _110. of Lakeland
.'_.'''. Laraa llvlni room. 0bbs
$5,500 aciaua. well COh..C "" I bedroom.. beautiful tile bath Space
4om 5 bSdTOOS.3 and so. Ledger's "Per loom maaonrr. Can b* boutht for
:: slOt kullt-ln Visit plenlr'oltora
.. Pepto'S osodOlan, Oboe boo 52.51515 COWL 5005 aaium I. All The
Bad Cleveland HeUhta Oolf Club sonal" Column. Want to me. llttl S bedroom borne. par. mart*e Air poadltfeMl, major appllaneoe "secret" all Ualli furnlahad. with eta>* lid ...into. UN-lit Money
sod aoma fnrnllura Included spread a relrueralor. oa *..... lot la alec i. II IB' at lie barnS a real op.portunltr
Baorlfio al $13.50.Owner over town? Dial I MU ...I.hbor..1 BUI of *llr for pee to mov Into Thoreuihlr modera and altraatirelr -
"" ''..1'.' ,..mu... Onlr on. dUfarmt from Uie norm !! Changesyou
MU 3-2495 6-1131 for an ad-wrlterl! 20511. H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR block ta ..011I...., but locatedn A oonplen of 4 bedroom and $1, Down!
CoIl Carl '!'r...... an* of our Ilnet raaldentla. aathi I nonowlose I the Iwiee'
'area. Tha owner la moving from with formal and Informal 1 llvlni,
ca..I.IO: DII..L" OL""II'IID DISPLAY. acu .7IM ", ..Ioad. Tha prte la ol4o. SOIl and work areat IB another wing 1' Want!

._1....: ,A verr email monlhlr aharoavera <. ......104 from each other brlntavral I 0
T. RTUCKERJr. ". _..,* and Ineuranrc. patloa and a wldo hallwar. _
Prod Pollard W.bbO'J,. Olv m. a call about HO Kdclent arntrai hetllnt. I
REALTOR Jim WIllIams ida sod I wUI ka happr .. ... and _II... MadeaU' priced with,
Boa 11'041'01 .1510 furtl51r d1.olIa Sod ".""ouraell lor.... KL-110.H ,
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Araa Proaartr' Maaacar' I* another

VA Area Proparti bunaaar Ill a. Florid...a.b AT*Offlca. MV' t-1131 nCLUMVB A. S. MORROW I IRul' Thousands tell us it's "th. most house

1131 B. Oleander MO' 1-0112 .y ".. LMLA (

DICK BARNES Call MU lu I-3ID7 I. Ton or MV ,..,.8RCKMIO for the money in Florida." If you don'talr.ady

1lMl1o. oo 1.551.0." I own a lot, we can help you
716 WILSON IOn e. JrI. ....1101

AVE. BEAUTY aan b. .1 find one in almost any section of the

Near blob tchool and collate of thl nt
om vrff window
Thee bedraom tram ..... HOUSEHOLD GOODS .active 1 bedroom, I bath bom
of people learn every day ..... llvta room .aeptrat dl..8 .- mIllS lliao-.ptorid* Boom II city or county!
'. roam modern tettrle kltchm. 31 Porch Una utllltr and 8
that It's smart busineis Ills balk Jalatula porch, *akflaora MOVE FASTwhen ear carport. Corwr lot withdrlv ,
eenual bealtni nnd air Lorry Meadows
aero** aorntr ajl carpet-
to advertise In the Classified _.1110. ..."*. *.m* furniture. In. and drapea ...,. Haa OBdlehwaahar
pit la ....11..' condition. 114100 I maloblni refrlatratar. Lakeland' Division
section. Dial MU 811.000 loan _mll..I. ConT. you advertise them I built-in ttora and .ven Poraal Mgr.-

504 In Classified. To get more : br Owner Phone *H6I41or
6-1151 for details the tftnlBi* MJ-INI for appoint'nt.
L BRYANT business fast dial MU
the ,smarter! .
It., Siohor 1 8-1151 for an ad-wrlter j

10'1110 '. PIo.I4I. MO' 51504CLASSIPSID



Yes, a sound teal' ettote mveit T went lequiresti

*> specialized lervkei of all three e Sunday -2:30 to 5 P.M.

,, the Realtor the lowy*. and the 'tinder. LUXUllOUI WATlIIIOHT Ant.

I C I 5.d.s.s.. I. IIXCLUlIY' \\, 4 ....
locating and negotiating for a real estate property 'IA"'IaCOIotm

: and [udgment .lCalAn INTlI
Rwaltar'l experience

b .thelender's financial capability makes the trance CO/C.IO.MIM.IUM -S.clo.$ I br) m 2 bellS kt.. enattwii In
of the fitlajrequirei 0.04 ... ,... Ps547 T. '_ Asoe0aoes >
I' ,action poinble. Determining the safely '10M SUfO .... f4' Pia laOi every ripct fit In ,..foct *i.ditio.. Ie tur. taM

the kiwyir1 specialized knowledge. _-.I 50. 5-000* 55.5. Sy 000P550 .. 10515.4l1. thIs Bwulitul$ ken lac***.) en e tr,* HO' MIn

advice and 5.5p ... ksds I' ....... .. 50$. tin. loccHan. RN-SK.
legal _
See a lawyer for aGO W. LAK' ARKII DI.T .

I ',rylces In all Real Estate Transactions _-_ 0. 11...5060_550 504150.050. 0200 H. W. STOCKARD Realtor SEE THE MODELS

Lawyers' Title Guaranty Fund --. Paso.IS0l,5 In In Lekelend

I P :- __Ium -.....050... -- 117 S. Florida Avenue Tampa I MEMORIAL BLVD.
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I Many Of MiraclesCan LK3I 1 'I a' J: tJJShp.1ftHUil8d JVwt .S +1ea( IRISAVINGSIRI[ ?Foss'CG"acted : { Fckard Z rug tSta7ea( (a


George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D. ; FOLDING A

CASE R-478 Miriam J.. without recourse to miracles.
aged 22, to a school teacher And the of God's
story putting
who attend my BilI..Class us human children down SALE PRICES! COOP SUNDAY t MONDAY)! STOOLS
at the Chicago Temple."Dr.
Crane" aha asked, "I here in this classroom called
s_ h.rdwe.d... wit* kM \
was very much Earth, I* a matter of logic FAMOUS SWIFTS mile ..mm sea faM* *

Interested In not of emotion or miracles.So SII GOLD CREST pwcrrf he M r ewryl5 f mtt' M.r- ,
a a tronomy send for my booklet"The I ulilisaA et
while in college.

''t i' Logical Proof of God" enclosing Love.. E ;. 98e C '
"So how can a long stamped return 69 '
science explainthe a envelope. plus 20 cents VALUE ,

case of Use It.on all teen-agers CREAM .
Joshua as told BEFORE they leave for college
in Chapter 10' eh.. "el r.t. \
Then no smart aleck ..ne. 015 0r.. Watch the Parade Go
of that book in] By
atheist can ever disturb themin M. MM 0. Full a yANI /
the Bible? e
any college classroom! "'"es ire """ Gallon
For says wi+ In Cool Comfort.. .
nlt DR. CRANE (Always write to Dr Cranein
the stood care of this Peck.d5. tree ha.l."d 1.e
newspaper en Chanel No. 5
still and did not down fora
full day?" closing long stamped, addressed Perfume 5.00 COUPON' TOYA CAPS
envelope and 20 centsto '
cover typing and printing

MIRACLES ARE simply cost when you send for one Chanel No. 5 PAPER NAPKINS .soul.. Tina .
acts that man does not un- of his booklet.) Cologne 3.50 J. w '
derstand. (Copyright by The Hopkins 12'
Thus, Columbus would have Syndicate..Inc.) Caron Betlodgta Perfume,5,00"30.00 *.*..:*'::':i c 1 I, aOS.5II S4li mao. Ca.. j
it miracle If modem
thought a a -
jet with over 100 passenger Guerloln ShaKmar Cologne .. .5.00"8.50 <0.a site lit- 2 for 13

had flown over his Publix Donates Lanvin My Sin Perfume ..... .3.00. 17.50 umnawaa... .M..M.vt., THERMOS
little ship.And .
modem eye surgeons $500 To Band I'i"W:' Elfxabeth Arden Memolre! Cherie Coign. 4.50

restore removing sight the to milky the blind lens by of Trip FundA II.i.:2: .: Corday Fame Perfume .......3.50ta,12.00Cory COUPONSBOOK BOTTLE a+:

such a patient. L'Almant Perfume ....... .. .. 5.00
Many of the Bible miracles $500 check from Publlx Super MATCHES ..nl..H.rw.,
are capable of modem scientific Markets, Inc. to the Cherry Coty L'Atmonr Toilet Water. 2.50 "' 4.00 Si.-wise M M

explanation, althoughsome Blossom Festival Committee has Lanvin Perfume .. 4,00"25.00' ".t. rerae''leg. z.
of them we still cannot provided the committee with its Arpege ? Carton of CO book:. WuiNer ; STYROFOAM
duplicate. largest contribution yet in its Houblgant Chantilly Perfume ? t. ,5.00 Compare at 17eUmF 9' "
What do you suppose happened drive to raise $7,000 to send the SUN HELMET et
when Joshua told the Lakeland High School Band to a Revlon Intimate Perfume . .,5.00"8.50 < ..I wttft ewwM thru m.m .lIut 99 C
..... .
sun to stand still? '-
Washington in AprIL Yardley Bond Street Toilet Wtr. 1.75 150 acs
t '
Did our planet earth suddenly The Publlx contribution Increased ':'::.
stop revolving on its the total collected by Yardley Bond Street Spray Mist . .2.75 COUPON! .:s.:=69
i the committee to $3,320, according Mot Perfume 3.50"20.00 .e..NL
It is more likely that an to committee chairman Corday Toujours SANDWICH BAGS CwnMnthMprlMl
eclipse occurred late in the
afternoon. James D. Anderson. l EnmbethArdenBlueGrassCdgn.3,00"5.00 _
In his weekly fund raising report _
During the past summer Famous Marcal-Packoge
Anderson released the
you will recall we had an names of 24 Cherry Blossom of 30 bag*. T r.sd wytt.g
eclipse of the sun that was Festival sponsors who have ,Com par. this price! "" .e
about 73 per cent complete.It WMlMlM.CmiMr .
contributed 13$ or more. These Limit t w1a..upM 110.. MM../111
occurred toward evening. Include Malcolm Barnum Anderson 'lut. f!] :! *sp te
Suppose that same thing had : ; .. .D. .c $1.00
happened in Joshua's day. Citrus Corp.! Cement & "
Those soldiers had no wrist- Products Supply Corp.. Inc.; .....".. AM-FM. J. WRAPAROUND SUNGLASSES 39'
watches or other time pieces Dr, Pepper Bottling Co.; Ed- w bead wile with otto.
for estimating the exact hour wards Packing Co.; First Fed- Matte! neqmcy CM.hf. .
in the late afternoon. eral Savings & Loan;' Florida 111J r,, nM pwwet d.IIt. SELSI 7x35 PRISM
Thus, they didn't know Four Construction Co.; Florida s HendtMM Ob

whether It was 4 pm, or 7p.m. Fresh Citrus Shippers Association .. ..** pbak! e.bl. BINOCULARS-
; Florida National Bank; ....
Fore Oil Co.; Lakeland Abstract 1
IF AN ECLIPSE had Just Co.: J. B. Ltneberger. Inc.; AM FM RADIO SET 19" amw .we t.rw e ev
started at the time of battle Mao Bros.; Macasphalt Corp.:: WHITMAN'S .'. ee
and Joshua realized that fact, av-A-Way Corp.; J, C. PenneyCo. ; u Mnw M "n, 5,51.5
then Joshua's command for .; Peoples Bank of Lakeland;
the sun to stand lUll would Polk Materials, Inc.; Qullllan CANDY HEARTS Compare 189rn.
: er gssol
have appeared miraculous. International Truck & Tractor:
was rasw. WkltaM e..d, le Q
Suppose the sun had become W. Clark Stone; Taggart Pet. ........ .wnh..wM._ _.tllYI 1
73 per cent overcast by the erson, Inc.; Vlck's Radio-TV v.51 11 ,
moon's shadow, as was true Service, Inc.; Wellman-Lord Engineering 39* TO 500 \ GASPARILLA SOUVENIR PIRATE SOAP

last summer. Inc.; and Woodall's ,. sv 1151wo ease W .e.l".. 11.1. ". .Is Mw r
Night would have appeared Mobile Home Village. I ,.r MinptoM'wltM XwiMr rm, hu rvwwkl. ttmmttt ,wM. 1
1 imminent. Anderson said that In addition NM.IMN lu*.:,warm.* MWMlr tan. A ,..awMEN'S .
Then Joshua ordered the to the 24 sponsor, there NORRIS CANDY HEARTS 89' 6.50WHITMAN'S
sun to stand still. are now 10 Cherry Blossom Fes- RAIN
So the shadow disappearedfrom tival patrons who have contrib p BROWNIE
the face of the sun and uted $100 or more. ':
SAMPLER R a01.11: e
It looked as if the sun had : JACKETSeM rM Sfarmite II
reappeared after almost haying BELTS
:: ..._ ... OUTFIT
set. 5,51N 5 .elnl.nf N blw
.. ., .. .
Mrs Nn.S 515 1 5. d. M 1.MIM Wes.M.L.
To the warriors of Israel in
MMIM 515s .. .. ...
those days, that miracle t: I t ?amft/ e n.wr wMNwp.
would have been interpreted .C' 'ro MYs..d1'S 1. ".95 Compare f:I > > illlniF wcvvr*an*,

exactly Bible. as recounted in the Value 299 at 1.501 I i iSWWIH nB& I fllnk w w"a.w M..

For the sun would have reappeared I L Zl 43<\qo
after it was almost .' 8?
darkened. M I 13.50
Thus, the people would have 'V
believed they got a second day [9] l1t1ufb

of sunlight without the intervention ( 1 ANSCO CADET II s'-',..
a5 r
of a full night. .
Don't become such .g999
a myopic
Bible reader, however that hll ,.. .11.'.......
I New hathllALCE7 AH the fafogs you can't SEWING A.ewhell .d CAMERA OUTFIT .w.
you get "hung up" because of etwiq Mla.w.. c .::ee..ss e
unexplained miracles.For with arev spelled) out In' I wiN 3 9
express our lovely, :=::
religion does not need SCISSORS, Get the "NATURAL LOOK
miracles to prove its validityany HV. H.Alderman Plumbing,Inc tasteful Valentin suds. let these A at n. .w ..:
more than mathematics 1SOS Wry R* dPkoiMi I IN YOUR PARADE MOVIES!
needs miracles. MU 0-3I3J charming messages speak for Jwhafs GOING/
Two time two make four,, you ANSCO MOVIE CHROME
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+( on February 14th. _
GO _
GARDEN TOOL SPECIALS Your Flnts' Seltdlon( bl + i
!: ECKERDS .._.. Ant. Sale. t.lr _via
Amtrlcan Greetings ....... .
f'... UN with .pr .-M* 4MM.
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Tempered Steel Round or Square Point [;] } _ _ _ _

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Shovels 2 $398WEEDING ; ,, I Knii.d,-* 1 C49 4.50 259



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sin r..ft UMI
HOE RAKE THE GENERAL ELECTRIC PENN 5.:: WM( Md r5 i i, H .t rMW"' '. wnk M nn *t film *.
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Each Each t MONOFIL UHE.TVS.r.r: : IV' CREST RE5.t .

C e 4 7c

YARD RAKE 95* ., Civet Cleaner Teeth and Gums CITRATE RES.25e.
14 CaraT of .mrJlUlSi*
Each than You Get Brushing by Hand |4K wMI.WT.IWI 4700 2 for 25
-a Diamonds ZfF. MAGNESIA c
IILI Matt people do not brush wen enough orlong
Plastic 80 Pound Pressure
Vinyl a enough. Central; Ekftrlc roeatcli hn V? Carat of .rNN$: **&

UNDERGROUND' WATER PIPE 51 g1- I 1 mitlc ntwered cUon Tooihbrwh thus salt cleani problem and with polUhw with built the In toe new brushing leeth Auto-u Diamonds i"*,c.Trt'' 9700 PALMOLIVE SHAVE BOMB REG.7t. 49 C e

It refreshes Iht Mlected _w..r., 5et..... ,
(umi. Sclenlifically Men's Waltham 1- tile" II
Sixes Vi ,Inch Through 4 Inchet-and Fillings brittle penetrate between the teeth, teaching =N.h..pw -
difficult plus that are uiually mtatd or Helbros s"y''r. 14V REG.
FREE ESTIMATE A..... by ordinary hand brushing. At the urns _ups_ HAIRSPRAY
Vi Inch y Inch ee WIll you get healthful cart of the gum AQUA NET 2.00 77--C
6-T rans I dor JSKt.Radio "?
100 Ft. Coil $249 100 Ft. Coil $398 V. I Tit automatic toothbrush come la a complete ;:;==.:. 6V elms. II
unit Including a battery-powered A _" 1' "'
o handle. sate cordlea with handy recharg EXCEDRIN
ing holder; lour nap la brinks In penonalputel Costume ...shy MtefltO
These Joee/a/5/ / Available' at Both Stores colon. The whole family will enjoy g.Jewelry ; 8 -a...lay 92 C
Ibis method of brushing especially the children. vS It 88'to 4 TABS.
1 099 Quality engineered fnr long lift. Atkyour Limit II
dentist about It. %
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George W. Crane Ph.D., M.D. ; i i FOLDING
.. I i.
CASE R-ITSt Miriam J., without recourse to miracles.
ted 22, ii a school teacher And the story of God's put. STOOLSq
who attends my Btyle Class ting us human children down SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY i MONDAY
at the Chicago Temple.
"Dr. Crane," the asked "I here in this classroom called SttmIy .... .... ere.. with hint
was very much Earth, is a matter of logic, FAMOUS SWIFTS easy oar fold esw
interested I nf not of emotion or miracles GOLD CREST ,.trly for eery ..rryfif *.d. str*
a a tronomyfwhile So send for my booklet"The

in col- Logical Proof of God," enclosing -
lege. '
"So how can| a long stamped return 69'
aclence explain! envelope, plus 20 cents. VALUE
the cat off Use it on all teenagers 11 SWatch

Joshua as toldf BEFORE they leave for college

C In of that Chapter book !101 inf Then no smart aleck Chen. MSA Ih Y.I.elalo the Parade Go By
atheist can ever disturb themin fra.M Full 93'' :TAgl T- e
the"For Bible? any college classroom) I P.*.' Gallon / In Cool Comfort. .
l nlt saysthe DR. CRANE (Always write to Dr..,Cranein
stood Pasted Is Pr.. I ddsd I.
care of this Chanel No. 5
newspaper en- o
still and did not down fora
full day?" closing'a long stamped, addressed Perfume 5.00 COUPON TOYA
envelope and 20 cents
to cover typing and printing A
MIRACLES ARE simply coats when you send for one Chanel No.5Cologne PAPER NAPKINS a.eul amon.d 7wa asp.w4 .-
acts that man does not un. of his booklets) 3.50 fj INM aa a N.Oaa M,.w
d r sew.i s one. 12c'THERM4S
deratand. (Copyright by The Hopkins 1 Ia.., So'aim ..d Sadie. ease.
Thus. Columbus would have Syndicate,.Inc.) o Caron Bellodgja Perfume.,5.00"30.00 '**win. Inrlii] / ran rr pines a.k n p

era thought jet it with a miracle over )if 100 a mod.passengers e Guerfaln Shallmar Cologne .. ..5.00"8.50O 'l:;';sifor 13c _

had flown over his Publix Donates Lanvln My Sin Perfume . .3.00 17.50 CUmlt S wit ew.M win ell slam
little ship.And .
modern eye surgeons $500 To Band I I'i"7I' o Elizabeth Arden Memolrt Cherie Coign. 4.50

q restore removing sight the to milky the blind lens by of Trip FundA Corday Fame Perfume .....3.50".12.00 COUPON BOTTLE aID .

such a patient. o Cory L'AJmant'erfume .. .... . 5.00 _
Many of the Bible miracles $500 check from Publix Super BOOK MATCHES Pain I s*.5h1. M.Rday +v f;
L'Atmant Toilet Water 2.50 4.00 SITM.| wlrk
are capable of modern scientific Markets. Inc. to the Cherry o Cory pealrbrk"N -- .. triple a Nv
lfl. II.
explanation, althoughsome Blossom Festival Committee has o Lanvln Arpege Perfume ... ..4.00"25.00o Carton of 60 books. .*. STYROFOAM
of them still
we provided the committee with its 9CComport
duplicate. largest contribution yet in its Houbtgant Chantilly Perfume . .. 5.00 of lie
What do you suppose hap drive to raise $7,000 to send the SUN HELMET '
pened when Joshua told the Lakeland High School Band to 1 o Revlon intimate Perfume ... .5.00"50 (Limit I wltft (MM* thru new t/M 99

sun to stand still? Washington in April. .Yardley Bond Street Toilet Wtr. ,1.752.50 t r w wr N.hlr.r r.wwr.
Did our planet earth suddenly The Publix contribution Increased ".
axis? stop revolving on its the total collected by Yardley Bond Street Spray Mist . 2.75 COUPON MN _... 69c.a.

he committee to $3,320, according o Corday Toulours Mot Perfume 3.50" 20.00 .h"mA.Came.... .
It is more likely that an thrPr
to committee chairman SANDWICH BAGS ......
occurred late In
eclipse the
afternoon. James D. Anderson. I o ElirabethArdenBlueGrassCoign.3.00"5.00,
In his weekly fund raising report tkai,ids..nom .
During the put summer Famous Marcal-Pac.ag.
Anderson released the
you will recall we had an of 30 bags. 7 ayl{vaeis
tames of 24 Cherry Blossom
eclipse of the sun that was Compare this price a ton mat
Festival who
about 75 per cent complete.It sponsors Limn I with _Mini ._lielUctr e.d.IsaxnC.mp.
I contributed $35 or more. These *MI .p te
occurred toward evening.I I Include: Malcolm Barnum; An- 'la Suppose that same thing had
happened in Joshua's demon Citrus Corp.; Cement
Those soldiers had no day.wristwatches Produce & Supply Corp., Inc.; .. AM.FM |. WRAPAROUND SUNGLASSES 39'a
or other time piecesfor Dr, Pepper Bottling Co.\ Edwards b md ...... wIlli a***.
estimating the exact hour Packing Co.; First Federal } r mark! freqMacy us.r .
in the late afternoon. Savings &: Loan; Florida i ,., trel M ....... /rIM. SELSI 7x35 PRISM
Thus they didn't know Four Construction Co;' Florida 4" ".t In.. H..... fiery
whether it was 4 pm. or 7 Fresh Citrus Shippers Association ..lerN ,...* ..bt- BINOCULARSCompare
p.m. ; Florida National Bank; .era
,Fore Oil Co.; Lakeland Abstract
IF AN ECLIPSE had Just ICo.: J. B. Llneberger Inc.; AM-FM RADIO SB; 91? 1999 amb...lwm r.r., Caput News. M mwNp Mar, do e oenral ,,.

started at the time of battle laas Bros; Macasphalt Corp; WHITMAN'S .re tar.Mn.wlr... ate,bos nmwb ml.. wIm 1rmon.ate
and Joshua realized that fact, av-A-Way Corp.; J. C. Penney
then Joshua's command for Co.; Peoples Bank of Lakeland; _Compare '
the sun to stand still would Polk Materials, Inc.: Quillian CANDY HEARTS at 35.501 18'
have appeared miraculous. International Truck & Tractor; U
WwM ruMM. WtiKmMi e. hirn.
Suppose the sun had become W. Clark Stone; Taggart & Peterson I a,.. rrme..t .. MwtI/W
15 per cent overcast by the Inc.; Vick's Radio-TV I V..tl. rwt GASPARILLA SOUVENIR PIRATE SOAP
moon's shadow as was true Service Inc! Wellman-Lord Engineering 39* TO 1500 \
.. last summer. Inc.; and WoodaU's MMlty PlMta MM am.e kv Ckylkm. tab IMt seas oe
Night would have appeared Mobile Home Village. I kar *MI M* wMk MIMMT n.,. kx r.m..l., ,.arms., 31 100
.Han. .Irmto. fM* plus e.n.Nll. MM nlr bead A 5a1.MPo1
Imminent. Anderson said that In addition r.. taa al.dlo-ro..n..1..
Then Joshua ordered the to the 24 sponsors, there NORRIS CANDY HEARTS 89' 6.50 MEN'S RAIN
sun to stand still. are now 10 Cherry Blossom Festival
So the shadow disappearedfrom patrons who have contrib- / BROWNIEStarmitell

the face of the sun and uted $100 or more. WHITMAN'S SAMPLER HtS: : 1.77 JACKETS Men's '
it looked as if the sun had ,
reappeared after almost having ._ .
r aloe' .._drrM.... and. .. ....,.. 4' OUTFIT :
set .trs j. mass 5..rMmw4
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To the warriors of Israel in M, L. r .elk' star b M .L
those days that miracle II raamllEF r.ythl..m.M M I..
would have been interpreted 4.95 t ;5.w e.re..r"tww.ra.as. .
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exactly as recounted in the Value al 1.501 ., SrN..IW .M r.

For the sun would have reappeared .y ttrN Rao, 49
4'. after it was almost 13.50

darkened.Thus, the people would have p.- Li
believed they got a second day -
of sunlight without the Intervention CADET II fp
of a full night.Don't ( .. fl99

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you get "hung up" because ol New DI ilAl-r'ET feeKngs you can't eewle 1. be11s lsan.sad e : .. .

unexplained miracles.For with express are>*pelled out tn cur lovely, SCISSORS r. 39
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