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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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VOL. 40, NO. 146 LAKELAND FLORIDA, MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 10, 1964 ,\ PRICE FIVE CENTS




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Doubt Students Smoking

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b ,wF CHICAGO (AP-M.ny high The principals were asked The principals tepWtOS""tnat are suspended on the first of.

school student are habitual "From your observations do state laws which prohibit teenagers fence and expelled for the sec
smokers and tt't almost an you believe the government report -
from
purchasing ond.
or using
even bet that the recent govern has tended to riscouragestudent
ment report linking cigarettes smoking?" cigarettes are "usually not en Wide Range
and lung cancer won't discourage forced" and "completely Ineffective .
Fifty-fix per cent said "yes" Estimates of the percentage
the habit 44 cent said "no" ."
per
of students who smoke ranged
That U the opinion of high Many local governments limit
school principals attending a Provide Instruction their legal efforts to barring .* from "none at Duchesna

national.convention In Chicago Virtually all the principals smoking on school buses or (Utah) High to to per cent at

given in response to an Associated reported their schools regularly within several hundred yards of Milford, Mloh, and Hamden,
r. Press questionnaire provide classroom Instruction the school building Conn.

Almost two-thirds of the principals about the dangers of smoking Several principals reported Over-all 38 per cent of the
surveyed said 20-60 per The rest said such Instruction they have taken action Into principals reported that up to 39
cent of their students smoke has been added since the surgeon their own hands per cent of their students smoke
regularly. More than one-quar general's report last At Sibley High School In West habitually. Twenty per cent
: ter place the figure at 40 per month singled out smoking as a St. Paul Minn, students caught
cent or more. serious health hazard smoking on the school grounds (Turn to Page 2, Column I)

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MALCOLM W. BROWNE Vietnamese police reported "This is the most serious of House conferees on the tax cut
SAIGON. Viet'Nam (AP) they had arrested three suspects the series of incidents which bill agreed today to PresidentJohnson's
Two bombs planted by terror. In the bombing.The the Viet Cong have perpetrated request for a speedy
lets destroyed a bleachers during bombs had been planted against the Americans, starting cut In the wage and salary with. .
a Softball game In Penning under six Inches of earth about in 1957. We are resolved to con holding rate to 14 per cent.
Stadium Two 20 feet beneath The effect will be to pour an
Sunday nlfht apart the tinue extending full assistance
U.S. servicemen killed bleachers and additional 1800 million a month
were presumably were to the government and people Y
a and 23 other Americans oft into the economy as soon as the ;-ifii
were set electrically by Communist of Viet Nam In their struggle to
injured. Viet Cong terrorists from put alt end to such Communist new rate takes effect The pres.
An entire American family some distance away. terrorism.'' ent withholding level Is W per _

''I'' was Injured. The father was Names of the victims have The carefully prepared bomb- cent.
kept in the hospital but his not been released pending notification -ing brought to three the toll of The.Senate hai) amended the 8 _
wife and their young daughter of their next of kin. U.S. servicemen's deaths and bill (o establish a 14 per cenj
were released after treatment. In Washington the State Department -to more than 27 the number of rate for this year Instead of the +wya,} I 1ywAll o
Three other women: also were issued a' statement Americans wounded by 'Viet 1$ per cent voted by the Houfce,
wounded slightly. saying: Cong guerrilla action in/ the and House conferees agreed at
t. today's initial conference to goalonewth +
Saigon area in a week. /
: this
It tea d moresuch
watt
I "' 1Ilconfereel did not settle
bombings wovtdVbe }directed lime for the 14 cent raw Lt
the per
Rail Strikfers'-Tie- against Americans I In. a canto118lgn' .
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: '' of terror: \ ''\0 to go into effect The Senatevoted
I to make It one Week. ..ftelthe
The scene ft the bombing fas bill was signed.
Penning Field an athletic field
Work At f near Saigon Airport used ex- Although the Senate and
Up np ... ... r. C' _1" ..m.. over-all House are reductions 1500 million most apart on of Khrushchev Discusses Soviet Farm Problems

II _tlo. I their differences are considered
CAPE KENNEDY (AP) -llshed to protest authorization bombs minor. Soviet frontier Nlklte Khruihchov clutchei' sera today, oi fe rm problems In I luiile. Se..4.t left li Leonid, Ireshnev,
said the
Striking Florida East Coast t: received by the railroad today appeared Authorities to be U. ...-made, 20- Not In controversy are the I. addresses, a second .,eel.' winter meetlnf of the Commvnhtforty reildent .. the fovlvt Union, Phase from Toil, Russian news I

Kennedy Railway workers and the picketed Merritt Island Cape: to move freight. trains onto Mer pound aerial l fragmentation cuts for 1 Individual I and corporate I Control, Committee In M..e.",. Under ditcirMlons were seaway. (AP W,,.,..... vie! wile from Moscow)
---
moonport today paralyzing S2U I rltt Island ere the National bombs. taxpayers
million worth of construction, Aeronautics aid Space AdminIstration .! There was speculation that Taxpayers subject to with
work. Is building facilities for: the guerrillas had warned Vietnamese holding deductions will have an Latin American U. S. Holley SeeksNomination
The picket lines were estab-. launching astronauts to the residents that the estimated 1800 million more In Says
bombs would be set off during their pay envelopes every

No moon.The Corps of Engineers re- the game. month The extra money for 80 mil '

Change ported that apparently all 4,540 munist In another North development Vietnamese Com.lead lion Individuals and 550,000 business Agreed To Talks On Canal For GovernorTALLAHASSEE

construction workers at the test ers visiting Moscow conferred taxpayers Is expected by
Expected In center honored the lines including the administration to give the
AP
over the weekend with Premier ( ) Rep.
2,750 who had been working national a shot In the
economy
Charles
Khrushchev in talks that Prav WASHINGTON (AP-A high States to renegotiate the 1903 1062" the State Department R. Holley of Pinellas
the it against abusiness
on
moonport.
to _Inoculate
Fruit CropEstimate da said displayed "comradely arm Latin American source: has treaty under which the United said County' announced his candidacy
Thousands Idle frankness and friendship" slump for the Republican nominationfor
The Senate passed the bill claimed the United States committed States runs the canal "A memorandum being circulated .
There were unofficial estimates Le Suan North Viet Ham itself In 1962 to renegotiating Efforts by the committee to governor today standing on
that between 30 and 40 Communist party boss headed (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) the Panama Canal treaty, set up US-Panama negotiations by Latin American sources a platform. of action on principle .
per cent of 7,000 Industrial union the delegation No details of the but the U.S. State Departmentsays after rioting Jan. 9 on the never constituted agreement
Florida Citrus Mutual expects men at Cape Kennedy stayed talks were given. no such agreement was Canal Zone border collapsedover of any kind" It said. "It is simply Holley made his announcement .
no change In the monthly estI- off the Job. This group Includes Tass the Soviet news agency made. US. refusal to agree In a memorandum of conversation In a general news confer.
mate of the citrus crop to( be electricians pipefitters machinists I charged as the talks In the LBJ "There Is not and never has advance to Panamanian demands describing certain conditions ence In the state Capitol eight
Issued by the U.S. Department and boilermakers. Kremlin ended that South Vietnamese Urges been a secret governmental that the talks Include renegotiation which might entail treaty days before the Feb 18 qualify-
of Agriculture this afternoon. of the ," leg date for all state offices
There was no Immediate planes strafed and agreement between the United treaty.A revision
"We don't expect any changeto effect on missile launching! bombed a village In neighboring Tax IncreaseFor States and Panama concerning commute of the Organization Arturo Morgan Morales said I In Race
be announced by the "federal None Is scheduled until later in neutral Cambodia and a South treaty relationships" a State of American States Is now the agreement was signed I Holley became the third Republican
crop estimators today.executive said the week. Vietnamese land penetration of Department spokesman said in looking Into Panamanian charges shortly alter talks In Washington to enter the race. Ear.
Robert W. Rutledge. Sources reported moves were Cambodia was repulsed. MedicareWASHINGTON a prepared statement Sunday that the United States was an between President Kennedyand tier, Ken Folks of Orlando andH.
vice president of Florida Citrus under way to obtain injunction I The Tall account said three night. aggressor. The committee is Panamanian President Roberto B. Foster of Fort Myers en-
fresh fruit
Mutual. "Most Valenciaa ship anda against the pickets through the women and t>vo children were (AP) President Earlier the Latin American seeking a basis for new U.S. Chlarl. As presented by tered the race against six Demo-
pers are utilizing National Labor Relations Board killed and that Prince Sorodom Johnson declaring that source said Panamanian officials Panama talks. Morales the memorandum said rats.
very good volume." is being More thin 30 construction ,Sihanouk of Cambodia I had Americans need want and can told the Inter American "There Is no difference In the the two presidents had agreed In his announcement Volley
used for processing projects we*, acted most of warned of serious consequenc- afford "the best of health." Peace Committee last month attitude of the U.S. government to appoint high.level representatives described himself as a candidate
The crop estimate for Jan. 10 them on M.i Island. II. urged Congress today to vote that a memorandum signed in today toward treaty revision to discuss: mutual problems "who Is willing to take a
of set Valenclas.a total of 37 million boxes medical insurance for the aged 1962 committed the United and that which existed In June Including the treaty lear, positive position on the ba

this year. sis of right and wrong and not
The last estimate also predicted In a special message to Congress for reasons of political expedience ,
24 million boxes of early on health problems Johnson Jose Gaspar Rides Again a candidate willing to defend
and midseason 3 million
oranges also announced he 1s creating his Ideas against all com
boxes of temples 6 million .
a Commission on Heart Disease ers"
of seeded grapefruit 135 mil- e Cancer and Strokes to find
lion of white seedless grapefruit ways by the end of this year to Black-Hulled Pirate Ship Brings
U million of pink seed. Soviet Security
reduce the hazards of these diseases
less 3.7 million of tangerines
by developing new knowledge -
and 800000 boxes of tangelos. Defects
Agent
"We don't expect any pricing and better using existing Crew To Sack'
Cut-Throat
changes," Rutledge said. knowledge.The Tampa WASHINGTON (AP) The
r first Item In the lengthy State Department said today
'aaMSle .a 1 presidential message was hospital that Yuri I. Nossenko 36year.

insurance for the aged a TAMPA leA black-hulled rade-floats crowded with pirates only two ordinary seamen old officer of the KGB top Soviet
controversial program that has pirate ship its pennants flap banging away with car boarded the destroyer USS security agency has reQuested
I /1 been before Congress for at ping merrily and its yardarms bide cannon and blank.filled Pierce and won over the crew political asylum In the
hF least four years crowded with brigands sailed pistols bands and military through subversion. The mayorof United States
Spelling out the principal up Seddon Channel into the units. the Latin Quarter Marcelo Nossenko disappeared from
Fags goals of his proposal Johnson Hillttborough River today benton The pirate ship came up the Maseda passed out Cuban Soviet circles at Geneva last

Amusements ......,... 14 recommended that the Insurance sacking the city of Tampa. channel before a cool breeze sandwiches and Tampa cigars week. Soviet officials notifying:
18 Mw,+,rtM'wda" program be financed in And though the city braced and under a cloud-crowded to the crew.Tomorrow. the Swiss authorities indicatedhe
Bridge part by increasing the annual /or the invasion there was a sky night the annual was a member of the Russi.
Business News .. ...11 say,,,. earnings subject to Social Security remarkable lack of resistance.It The black Jolly Roger with coronation ball will be held an delegation at the 17-nation
Comics ........._..,.. 14-15 taxes from (4,800 to has happened before 50 Its white skull and crossed for a new king and queen of disarmament conference.
Classified ...... ."" 16-17 15200.( times and it will happen bones already flew from the Gasparilla already chosen but Dispatches from Geneva said
Crossword Puzzle 15 Thus all workers covered by again. mast of city hall The doors not yet Identified. his disappearance had apparently
Social: Security and earning Into of hall locked. The the created considerable concern
Visitors poured the cityat city were Thursday pirate crew
Deaths .............. __ 2
more than $4,800 Mould pay first light for the annual Invasion Hillsborough County Court- will hold Its torchlight parade at Soviet headquarters
Dear Abby ?"_??..? 15 more in taxes to finance the by Ye Mystic Krewe house was closed tight too. through Ybor City In the "We do not believe he has

Editorials ................ 4 lystem. of Gasparllla at high noon So were the city's banks traditional celebration, bean met with an accident," a Soviet
Fulton Lewis Jr. 5 In addition to raising the Social and the parade of the pirates The poet office closed down soup and Cuban bread will source was quoted as saying

Horoscope ....**._..*. 14 Be My Valentine : Security tax base and providing that followed. The parade during early afternoon. be given away to( visitors on "It is beginning to look ss
for appropriations for the route was through downtown School was out. Ybor City streets during the I though he may have defected
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Radio TV ...
H. .Social John- State officer I.
ion Security cases to the Florida State The festivities be.gas Department press
Tampa Gasparilla
Sports ...................12-13 Ii,..,... "Whitey." e.".-,.."" ehih........, wonder whet ion asked Congress to Increasethe Fairgrounds where Mayor Saturday night with the day.The festival will come to a Richard I. Phillips gave
Weather ........_...H.... 8 to ...... .. his ,....' cedar inipped cut by kii mittroM, 11.,..,. |: Social Security tax rate byme.quarter Nick Nuccio was expected to captain's ball. Yesterday the close Saturday night when the i little Information to clear up the

Women's ............. ... '.1' aid. lecky Cvni.,hom .. Ch.rI....", W. Vo. Miss Cunninghem' of one per cent for surrender the city in late afternoon commonwealth of Ybor City ship Jose Gaspar sails away ..,. Whitey. will .. celebrating his lint birthday. on Friday, v... bah workers and their em. without a struggle. Navy which boasts many ad. with its crew against a backdrop i ... .'. D.,. UP Wi..'.....) j Fifty units were in the pa mirals and commodores but of fireworks. 1 United States.

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LAKELAND LEDGER M.ndayFeb._ Iii. (IKI !'William KitchensTo House Nears Final Vote !Prisoner Gets I



I Kelly Appoints Two Be CandidateFor On Civil Rights MeasureWASHINGTON Sentence Cut Canopy Sought :, II



Polk Campaign LeadersState Constable Ut-The House was marked by the lint successful Re-Trial From Crashed JetMacDILL

voted today to cut off debate on attempt by Southernersto During
Sen. Scott Kelly hat announced McNeer home Saturday night
the civil rights bill lit an effort get amendment approved ow
.
the appointment 01 r Sen. and Mrs Kelly were guests I William (Bill) Kitchens, president to bring It to a final vote this over the bipartisan force supporting BARTOW A 26-year-old man, AFB TAMPA Moorehead, of Vance Air
of the
Corneal of of honor at the event which I Silver City Garage afternoon. the bill. brought back from the state .
Mayor Buddy Au The from the crashed Force Base Enid Okla., survived
Inc. 841 N. Florida canopy
burndale and Lynn McNeer 01 r; was attended by 125 personaPledge announced that he will Ave.seek today elec. Using their heavy majority tot Sex Included prison at Raiford to be represented Air Force T-33 jet trainer that the crash. He wa found

Mad. stifle the Southern talk by a public defender, has I northwest landing by hit parachute
tAke Alfred at campaign com tiun at constable for District against went down Friday night ,
the bill the civil forces They got enough Republicanhelp had five years deducted from hold some distance from the crash
mittee chairmen In their respec. In talks to both groups, Kelly Five. rights add discrimination of Lakeland may
to his original sentence.
rammed through a debate llm- the key to the cause of the site. Capt. Moorehead was
pledged that his administrationwould "Because of Interest In
communities In my based the bill' ban Criminal Court
tlve Kelly's bid I ( motion on tex to Judge Roy in good condition this
King by 21173. crash. reported
be dedicated to restoring and association with law en
for the governorship. : against discrimination in em Amidon affirmed two five-year Officials from MacDilt art. morning at the base hospitalat
But
foes
fiscal and of the
Integrity responsibll forcement for a number of bill chiefly dealt out Thomas
ployment because of race, religion sentences to
Corneal Is a lumber dealer' resident in a 10 mile MacDill.
ity to state government. He southerners could still cause difficulties national Clark In 1962. However asking
and McNeer Is In the citrus I pointed out that Gov. FurBryant and delay In reaching or origin. the Wayne sentences to radius of Kathleen to try and The cause of the crash has
also new are run
They won enough Republican
business elected final roll-call find the missing canopy and not been determined and Air
was on a lst a vote. whereat formerly
concurrently,
Kelly announced Corneal's to save the state $50 million support to exempt religious report it to the Polk CountySherilf' Force official are investigat-
ap The House and the
met early wa schools from coverage by sentences were to run con-
pointment at the close of a coffee had Instead called for a ls't prepared to sit late In an effortto the proposal and successfully secutively. office or to any law ting the wreck of the trainer

meeting In Auburndale Sat program which created a get the ID-part bill to a final supported a Republican amendment Clark was sentenced Jan 23 enforcement agency. that fell in a swampy area
crashed Friday northwest of Lakeland.
trainer
urday morning. About ?! persons For $165 million in new vote. 1962 on charges of robbery and The Jet
that would
OF I prevent any with Iranian Air Force official said this
heard the gubernatorial candidate "We can't afford to save another night an
auto theft In his retrial, he
The biggest question was what employer who refused to hire
aboard. His that the has
student pilot morning canopy
describe central Floridaas $50 million this
way, Kelly to both
plead guilty charge
final form the an atheist from being charged
employment section found with the not been located and that Its
the key to the race for the quipped. Judge Amldon also gave Clark body was
with
might take. discrimination location hold the
governorship. Ha hit the Florida Milk Com.ml.alon' When It looked credit for the two yean he has wreckage, may answerto '
a* though an
Force Capt. Richard w. the cause of the crash
McNeer was named chairmanof Token Effort Made Air
policy of establishingretail amendment to include discrimination already served on the new five
the Lake Alfred area committee price controls and year sentence.
pledged The Southern
opposition made because of age might,
during a barbecue at the that if elected governor he will only a token effort to knock the be added too, the civil rights Authorities also have hold Virus Lays !Nationalist China

ask the legislature. to repeal the section out of the bill during a force had rallied\ enough votesto orders for Clark from Clay

Home Is Burned retail price fixing authority of y u 10-hour session Saturday and kill It, 123.94. calling the vote County and from U. S. Marshals' Lady Bird Low i Severs Relations I I
the commissionKelly office at Jacksonville and Bal-
I concentrated with '
some success :"a real test of responsibility'
pointed out that In the on amendments designed to for[ those who professed to be timore. WASHINGTON (AP) Mn With FranceTAIPEI.

Near AuburndaleAUBURNDALE I 1963 legislative session he fought' make it unwieldy, if not unworkable Tying to help Negroes gain better I Lyndon B. Johnson I is ill In bed

II I the increase in motor vehicle employment opportunities. Finals ,with 24-hour virus, the White Formosa uv-Na' ,
ticenee fees,. Contest ttonallst China announced today
House said today.
.. also succeeded In
Fire of undetermined .1".n They usinf
It has severed relations
Extension Asked much time the leader. I Several events she had scheduled -
origin destroyed I I up so Students'Smoking Week with France, which recognized
I Set Next at the White House today
Hobbs ship was forced to abandon Its
home on Road lust outside "The auto was taxed as a lux- with her Communist China Jan 27.
!will be held as planned
Auburndale city limits:,, ury yet it Is a necessity" WILLIAM (BILL) KITCHENS effort to reach a final vote Sat- 19 The Foreign Office said the
daughter Lynda Bird uhaste.
,
early this morning. he said adding that the auto urday night.Republicans. Junior orators will talk their ... decision was taken after the

Sheriffs deputies Identified the I owner was discriminated against yean, and at the urging of many who had hoped way to victory or defeat next government her wa aotlfled
Johnson's secretary -
Mn.
owner of the home as Wesley, when It came time to "pay the friends, I am announcing my; to leave town for the start of a I DiscussedContinued Monday evening as the American Elizabeth Carpenter press saidthe that Paris and Peking were

urnstull, 723 Hobbs Road. bill for excessive costs of state candidacy for constable In Di.. week politicking at Lincoln Legion Oratorical Contest 111 Sunday exchanging charge d'affaires.
became
Deputies said the house was I government.". Kelly said he has trict Five, subject to the prl Day rallies, tried to keep the enters its finals, announced First while Lady she and the President The rupture .f relations was

uo far gone when the fire wag i asked Gov. Bryant to extend mary election in May," Kitchens House In session all night If ( From Page One) Charles A. Wrede, chairman. In Texas to attend the announced after a three-hour

discovered; therefore no firefighting the deadline for purchase of the laid in making his formal necessary, to pass the bill. They Five student representing fiveschools ,were Cabinet
meeting.
said 20-29 14 friend
cent, cent emergency
units were summoned auto tags so that "our working announcement. failed, 169-159, to keep the legislative per per Lakeland I Senior High, neal of.a family : __ _
said 30-39 12 said 40-49
people and our retirees who are He has been active as a special session going and then per cent Kathleen High, Southwest Junior

living on a fixed income can deputy for seven years, and lost 220-179 when they tried to 50-60 per cent, and 16 per cent said High, Lakeland Junior High and Trial For Man
Opens
Dr Lewis R adjust their budgets to pay for hat attended an FBI training ,block adjournment. Several per cent. Santa Fe High Schools will II

Guernerl M.D. the higher priced tags." course to prepare himself for The long Saturday session principals reported compete with eight-minute prepared
efforts students discour
by to MurderIng
speeches and short extemporaneous With
He said that as governor, he law enforcement work. lie also - -----r- -- Charged
Announces the Moving of will ask the 1965 session of the tat been affiliated with the AAA age their i classmates\ from speeches on the themeof ,

hn office to Legislature to repeal the Increased Motor Club for the past eight Railway smoking Americanism. I BARTOW The first degree shot several times while
Leslie D. Wells at
tag fees. rears. He It a member of the principal The five finalists were weededout trial of Zollie LeRoy sitting in the back seat of a

1927 S. Florida Ave Kelly will be the guest of honorat Griffin Baptist Church.He SaboteursAre said West, "A Anchorage new honor, Alaska plan, High no- from 20 competitors In preliminary Polk murder opened this morning In circuit car parked in front of a tavern,

For the Privet Practice of a fish-fry In Lake Wales City .Is a native of Wrightsvillea. smoking campaign this year speech schools contests court here. I at the Intersection of Pear
throughout
Park at 11:30: p.m. today. The ., and hat been a resident of city Thursdayand hours of the trial Street and North Dakota Ave
Neurological Surgery Hunted tended to discourage the habit Friday Wrede said. The opening
public Is invited to the event Lakeland for the past 15
yean and show our students were used In questioning prospective nue.At
younger Five will be chosen
judges
Hour By Appointment which has been arranged by He and his wife, Alma, and the time of the shooting
that the school family does not from clubs around Jurors. Thirty-five
town to rate Polk and
Sam Story and City Commissioner three of their five children live MIAMI (AP) Investigators been witnesses reported
had
Phone 683.1873 believe people of high school the American Legion event, he pective jurors Pl'Ol-i Richter had had an argument
Billy Hurlburt and other on Thunder Road In northwest sought today to track should smoke Speaking said. moned.
age Folk's ultimatum that
supporters of Kelly's candidacy. Lakeland. down saboteurs wh} dynamited over
y" from experience, it Is working The 27-year-old Polk, 801 Richter leave the Oleander
'a fl-car freight train and a ss well or better than a get-' LORDLY CITY ander St., Lakeland, Is accusedof Street residence.

work train derrick of the"trike- tough policy, the fatal shooting of Dorsey State Attorney Glen Darty
Baltimore. named
Md.
harassed Florida East Coast was Richter, 27, same address, following -
For Lord Baltimore, the founderof estimated the trial will take two
Ullway.
the Maryland colony. The an argument last July days. Darty said the state has
No in the WithholdingCut 25.
one was Injured
a "short presentation"Polk's
first settlement in the area was
A'I blasts Sunday-19 miles apart- In 1651 and a town was founded Richter died en route to Lakeland attorney I I. Jack Edmund

which caused damage estlmat General after be@bituarie.
Hospital
AgreedTo In 1729 !
: .
ed by WL. Thornton, the carrier's -- -- --- ------


more"It was chief than definitely$250,000 operating sabotage officer, at" By GroupContinued

.
Thornton said. "1 am not implying
the union. are to blame. No' ( From Page One)

one knows at this time who did Friday ahead of schedule. Itsversion
thl.." JULIUS SHEPARD I Morrison Funeral Home from RITES FOR THE REV. JAMES
called for an $116 billion -
George Leighty chief negotI-- reduction.The Julius Shepard, 89, of 1519 7,30: until 8:30: o'clock tonight. Funeral services for the Rev.

ator for the 11 striking unions House South King Ave., died Saturday James Henry James, of 2253
passed
measure
night at Lakeland General Hospital I Weber St., who died Thursday,
said "we know absolutely noth Sept. 25 provided for cuts of JAMES W. IIEATHCOCK SR.
I after a long 'illness. He were held yesterday at the Wesley
ing about It" Ha said union about $111 billion 1 1Ind. James William Heathcock Sr.
I members had been warned not Most reductions In both plans was a native of Mt. Vernon of 1610 Skinner St. died Satur- Memorial Methodist Church.

jfL1ilhItItr i iI to resort to violenceWorst ; would be effective retroactivelyto ., and moved here In 1930 day night at Lakeland Geoeral Officiating were the Rev. Whit-

front Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Hospital. He was a native of ty Dough, pastor of Wesley
Sabotage Jan. 1 of this year. Shepard was a retired attorney, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.,'and came Memorial, the Rev John Rooks,
Somewhere between the two
The the worst and a member and presiding district superintendent of the
sabotage was to Lakeland six years ago from
'
figures, the conferees hope to elder of the Westminster Prea- Methodist Church; and the Rev.
directed against the 577-mile Birmingham, Ala. He wa a
before Feb
raIlroad, which operates be- reach agreement byterian Church. He was activein member of the First Baptist U 1.. Hale and the Rev. L. MacDonald I
22, which would leave the' Senate
work In the
tween Jacksonville and Florida youth church Church and a retired United retired Methodist Minis-
and the House six working
and the Southwest Presbytery ten. Burial to be In Beld-
was
City, south of Miami, since the Mine worker. ,
at first federal nonoperating unions struck Jan. days to consider the compro-I youth camp on Lake Reedy at He Is survived by his widow ing, Mich.
and send It
mise to
Frostproof was named for him.
Pallbearers were P, G. Mann
23, 1963. Railroad officials said Mn Stella B. Heathcock; five
dent before March I. He is survived broth-
by two
R. W. Vickers, W. R. Sheppard
here have been 146 Incidents daughters, Mrs C. J. Beck, Mrs
About 1,200 union employes Wants Quick Action en Jett of Indianapolis and B. C. Dunlap and Mrs. E. T. W. B. Hendrix Ernest R. Elliot

jHurryrG.f y&ut ft., gift fortMft howwhll. struck Idling about 800 others. The President wants quicker Owen of Clermont; a cousin Minshew, ..U'of Birmingham; and WUi'am: Thomas. Music was
Miss Maude Nesbitt of Lakeland
They demanded the 10.28 cents- Mn R. C. Bolles of by Mn D. W Lowe, organist;
action. He would like to have Daytona
lh.r.'i nill tin., two nieces, Mr. Dan
the Rev. Whitney Dough, soloist
I n hour pay raise agreed to by the lower withholding rates go Tisdale of Lakeland and Mn Beach and Mn Doyle Agnew of

nearly all class one railroadson Into effect as soon as possible E. B. Caswell of Clermont; and Hayden, Ala.: three sons. R. O and the Rev. Henry Llddicoat.

a national level. The Florida The bookkeeping machinery to two nephews, James Shepardof and T. E. of Los Angeles and soloist Gentry-Morrison Funeral

East Coast line, which was nota do this takes an estimated two Alexandria, Va., and Robert James William Jr. of Burning Home was in charge of arrangements. -
.
party to the negotiations, said weeks or more to get Into high Shepard of Long Beach, Calif. I ham; a step-son. Travis H. Ellis

It couldn't afford the raise, and gear. Funeral services will be held of Birmingham; and 15 arand-
RITES FOR WARD
wanted to bargain separately. Wages and salaries are now tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clockat children. MRS.

There has been no passenger subject to 18 per cent withholding the Dukes-Steen Funeral Funeral services and burial Funeral service for Mrs.
service since the strike, but will be In Birmingham. Gentry. Cency Ward, of Route 3, who
rates The House voted to Home, with the Rev. Evert Cre-
freight service has been' built up drop this to 15 per cent for this mer, pastor of Westminster Morrison Funeral Home is in died Saturday, will be held tomorrow
f four trains each daily, charge of arrangements morning at 9 o'clock at
to way year and 14 per cent starting Presbyterian Church officiating St.
Joseph's Catholic Church
x using supervisory personnel next Jan. 1. The Senate, at the Burial will be in Oak Hill with burial In

and non-union workers. The President's prodding, voted to Burial Park. The family has MRS. DORIS H. PRESCOTT will Socrum be said Cemetery.
railroad now has a workforceof Im requested that In lieu of flowers Rosary tonight at
14 cent
drop the rate to per Mn. Doris H. Prescott 88, of 8 o'clock at the Gentry-Morrison
about 700. mediately to put more spending donations be made to Westminster 953 Beech Ave., died at her Funeral Home chapel.
Into workers' pockets Presbyterian Churchfor .
money home Sunday. She was a nativeof
$700,000 Suit The Senate and House votedto Camp Shepard. I Leesburg and came here from LUTHER HALL

CERTIFICATES FOR STAINLESS Filed As Result their cut present Individual 20 to 91 rates per from cent I.9 Friends p.m.I home. may today call from at the 4 until funeral was Sanford a member four month of the ago.Baptist She AUBURNDALE Hall 34, of 105- Luther Seville Victor St.Auburndale. ..

range to 14 to 70 per cent. Two- Church. died last night at
I Of Auto Wreck thirds of the reduction would She Is survived by five daugh his residence after a long ill-

become effective this year and I a ELTON WHITEC. ten Mn Orin Ruhlow of Honolulu ness. He was a native of Virginia

rTht1ffr BARTOW-A $11)0000) dam one-third next year. Elton (Skillet) White, S3, Hawaii, Mn. John Linger- and moved to Auburndaleseven

age suit has been filed In circuit Both branches voted to re- of 108'/ W Belvedere St., died I felt of Marietta Ga., Mrs yean ago from Lakeland.

court, here as a result of duce existing corporate rates this morning si Lakeland Gen, Marie Clum of Beevllle Texas He was an electrician and was

a two-car collision at the Intersection from 52 per cent to 50 per cent eral Hospital after a short ill. Mn. Betty Caldwell of Houston, formerly employed by Minute

of State Road 600A this year and to 48 per cent ness. He was a native of Darlington Texas and Mrs.jCharle* Green Maid He was a member of

CONTINUE THROUGHOUT 1964CompUU and Chestnut Real last July next year.Polyp. County South Carolina, of Sanford; ,.tvJ sisters, Mn the First Baptist Church of Au-

30. and moved here from Florence,: Muriel Dabbs Jrjof Jacksonville burndale.He .

Bennie W. Wiggins charged Removed S.C., 12 years ago. He was a I and Mrs. EditfoSanders, of Lake- Is survived by his widow,

your if t of btaufiful Tulip-TIni* I that Kenneth Helander "negli member of the Methodist Church, land; two brat en, Roy Higgen- Mrs. Glenda Hall Auburndale;

II gently operated his station From Jack BennySANTA and the Masonic Lodge of Harts- botham of Wer Haven, and two sane. Victor Lynn and David

Sfginlsw Savt rtgularly al Fint Aftdtral I wagon past a stop sign and ville, S.c., and an electrical supervisor Keith HiggenBotham of Rhode Wayne, both of Auburndale;

Into the auto of the plaintiff." MONICA Calif. (AP) for the Atlantic CoastLine Island; 15 grandchildren and 2 one stepdaughter, Miss Brenda

during our jSOtri; $rinJV'' riqry tlri I According to the suit Wiggins -A large, benign polyp has Railroad. grandchildren. Douglas I Aubumdaje; his father

suffered "contusions of been removed from the back of He is survived by his widow, Funeral services and burial Luther Hall Virginia; and
the left flank a costochondral nasal Mrs. Ethel Marie White; a son, will be In Sanford tomorrow his mother Mn. Tina Ambrose,
separation and a sever whiplash Jack Benny's passage., Guy, of Hartsvllle; three sia- morning Lakeland.

to. hi. neck, and spine." Benny' surgeon, Dr. Richard ten: Mn. L. A. Turnage. Mn Services will be held tomorrow -
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; T. Barton, said after Sun- Carson Harrell and Mn. EdHoused FERN LACY YORK afternoon at 2 o'clock at

I day'. operation that the come all of Hartsville; and Fern Lacy York, 15. the the Kersey Funeral Home Chapel
I II dian's condition was good. Benny six grandchildren. daughter of Mr. and Mn. H. W. with the Rev. James R.

will be 70 next Friday. Funeral services and burial York of Route 8, Plant City, died Thompson pastor of the First

will be in Hartsville. Friends Saturday evening at 8.20 o'clock' Baptist Church of Auburndale

tHealing I CATTLE AUCTIONS may call at the Thornton Memorial at Lakeland General Hospital officiating. Burial will be In

Home here until 9 o'clock The child had been III for Auburndale Memorial Park.

,JACKBONVIU.B IAPI-mm moral. tonight and tomorrow about two months from leukemia.'
.jlhr .. Florttlft ..ul. ftucttoa m rk.u morning
.: "X.' tat mot: ,$d,.nf.will.)terctlpte limlH' ski M>,9..how-mar. until 10:30 o'clock. A student at Plant City High,, THORNTONMEMORIAL .
_.' 1.000 comnrnl. 1100 w.ek MlllirBlr School Miss York was a native.,
.. '
Soap of Harmony, N. C. HOM
r. Cloud aua.1.1op tin IS Soil MRS. and had
ALICE RUSSELL '
SO .* 100 .50 IM. ltiO->01S2SOOWOO. lived In Florida since 1956, com I jiii;$. ji.* *;*
'I H.sin:11 add16 ".po. n50 lb. II lo.ll 00. Mn Alice M. Russell 65. of ing here with her family from "PIMM. MM iltli
i for Upset Skin "Itt.adrd 2414 Weber St.. died
FIRSTc9kd { Co.:: E I lir:18::: gg: yesterdayat Stoney Point. N. C. She wa a I
awl : Lakeland General Hospital member
C.,..,, oood 1&0bo 9010.74 00. of the Church of God. rrucDukes
If .,
y "W msp'I.sI.I m ,04 b* //.t.nderd ]750.2150.V.Irr. : after a long Illness She was a Besides her 1 -
wwhn s or --lioll7 II mp to s.tsra 0000 parents, she Is
br.bst t.Me'.hsa. plmp'.lesis : ,i.n;:i 2200.75.10. native of Brighton. Ma.... and survived by two brothers and
tto hMlliif mn .( get..... S. r M O.aa0 mSl.m came to Lakeland
2'/J
___ .. ifcMp Oood 55 IM 11002100tfJff.VVWJUo yean ago seven sisters Dwight and David
s.. 0o_...... : I
nippoMd to dot And "doMon" nso-aooo: : from Squantum, Mass. She wasa York and Mary, Wanda, Juanl- Steen
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND It il tile HIM act M...m, purilyhi. medium 00-100. member of the First Congregational ta, Barbara and Brenda York
..clle...... ..U 5aa-kill.n ask. C1.. Medium ..... Margaret
rrt"k.5.sp UM IM*wad! .. 3060-8400. BUdlum 11 I.1M1.
i ..................c..oinpl i1OfWi and a retired bank supervisor, lines of Plant City and Mn Funeral Home

DOWNTOWN : Orange Street at Tennessee ...TOY,. ...to.s..w.ssp kMllof rim\ttt r nnil\ .Nib kut. *MI teMtKnlip CITRUS SHIPMENTS business 1s extension survived department.She by her hue-. Phills Mixon. of Lake Wales,)
Mbua dnrlnf-U.n> tUutmtntMy and by a paternal grandmother)
310
Mb F......... ky act. WINTER naves IAF>-. .t. citrus band William F. Russell; a Mn J, W, York of Union Grove, S. Florida
."kn. rants Stetvln Cra MMHrwirid t0D.a0a ..r.... 10 .... .._, 1.OO0 .
GROVE PARK: Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook .-, ." daughter. Mn William A. Ban- N. C.The.
MMmrtlv ktanunr.WALGREEN ..
f ft / sill .. ctrl Oram,J 05 TwUna lord of Halifax Mass: and four body Is. presently lying Phone MU 2-3123

iiI Iiiriiii I sofa 74,1ii: 1S.U1 SU14I grandchildren. In state at Gentry-Morrison Funeral ,I
I1 I Funeral services and burial Home In Lakeland until 61

5 IC.nwrks Toto 12.aJ 321241 bl 418 e20 will be held in Quincy, Mass o'clock this evening. Burial will ambulance service

; I..tZ''ir.'la''. 11.11 2.lot, work 1.'iI6'1'Friends may call at the Gentry- take place In Statesville, N. C.I


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LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, Feb. IB, MMabHizaf J


WASHINGTON REPORT Dade Official Gives Polk Plan

I ,J 'Quality SfProbably ion Acct'Filled



Lobbyists Crack Whip For Organizing Safety CouncilBy I IBy Johnson

To Get Tax Bill Action I By

TOM HUGHES "When considering a council. "The fourth step I* to build al

nn'_ Ledger Staff Writer Polk County must also think budget how much can Polk STANLEY MEISLER It'. bill Madden said It also would
about the income It 1 II expectedto not a price fixing or a protect
By FULTON LEWIS JR. ON THE crucial vote however Polk County was given a blue bring to the county, Is It County council afford to spend for the I Associated Press Writer fair trade bill. I'm against that" the small storekeeper In

WASHINGTON-White House Humphrey went on sea print for organizing a citizens worthwhile to set up a council? The bill would permit the town from "those people who
lobbyist tossed away the car ord in opposition to the very safety council by Glenn E. Sud- Will it help to bring the Insurance He went on to explain various WASHINGTON UH-PresidentJohnion manufacturer of a brand name set up barns on the outskirts of
rot and cracked the whip last amendment he had sponsored duth executive director of the rate down? other steps and thing. which the: may have founded the product to establish the price town with all those discounts"
county might do to promote a death knell for the quality stabilization which wholesalers and retail- of
week to get approval of many The Minnesota Democrat went Dade County Citizens Safety at Representatives pharmacists
"Once It Is determined that
provision In the Administra further He lobbied so persuasively Council as he spoke to about 40 citizens council, then he listed bill a measure attacked ers could sell his product It also and big manufacturers
the council Is needed then the the eight committees which I by torn ai a device to raise
tion's controversial that other sponsors policemen gathered for a police would prevent a store from have put a good deal of pressure
to take II to interest
first step the Dade County council prices: but defended by others
I tax and made the 180-degree turn. traffic workshop at the Lakeland compose slashing prices on brand name on congressmen to vote on the
what I call the Tigers' of the
as the salvation of the littlebusinei.man.
revenue act. Democrat Frank Moss voted Police Department. goods in order to bait custombill It was approved by the
county. They are the 30 most
The will of I The committees Include: traffic 'ers In to buy other things House Commerce Committee
Riblcoff amendment
against the His subject to the workshop
many solons that he. too had sponsored class was "Police Public Relations. --Important not commissioner people In the or county home, school and child, water The action little-noticed came from John-I Madden says the bill is aimed last year but still has not won
broke under t I may. safety fire occupational, son In a paragraph "fakers who lure in of the House Rules
relentless He I* 'up for reelectionthis ."but In an interview which ors, but citizens"The at people approval
and information of his to Congress last
pressure fall and cannot afford to !followed the class Sudduth told next step Is to sell themon women public message with brand names and then try Committee.

exerted by antagonize the administration. the Ledger Various points to be the Idea. They must want it Each of these committees," week on consumer Interests to sell them cheap goods made Some congressmen caught In

White Houllemillariel. Ii A third sponsor, Robert C :considered when thinking about because It 1 Is the meat of the Sudduth said, "la made up of "Freedom from of choice storehouse for consumers of- In Hong Kong Yugoslavia and the crossfire between the phar-
our
Asa Byrd of West Virginia took off starting a council. safety council. They are capableof heads of various, departments, those places" m.clstJ and the consumers are
the lowest
at possible
goods,
civic club and other civic-
result, theSenate shortly before the vote. Hi of. '"The motivation must come doing thing others can't, both minded prices Is the very cornerstone hoping that the rules commit-
.
d.altoa fice said that he was on a first from the citizens" Sudduth through their power and their organizations tee bottles It up forever.
of American U S. German
policy
consumer
"kick LEWIS speaking tour. said "But that motivation can economy. Sudduth explained that "It Is, Johnson said. "I believe strongly -I 1 The Senate Commerce Commutes -
kick that Had just those only come if the citizens are in the final analysis, up to the I. holding hearings on the
Needed
sponsor Budget. in this Therefore
great bulk of Americans who backed their own bill it would really Interested In doing something individual person to see that he principle. II Ships Collide bill Madden says advocates of
which limits
I desperately need tax relief." "Beside those the must work toward The oppose legislation
have passed. Instead, It met about their traffic problems. persons safety the measure will walt to HI
The words are those of Peter defeat 4845. Riblcoff was next thing that is needed I I. a council if established, must price competition whether under what the Senate committee dose

Dominick, the bright young crushed. The Riblcoff proposal Posed staff for the council made up challenge the citizen into decisive the label of 'quality Seven Are Lost before trying to push the Hou.einto
Question
zation other
GOP freshman who helped would have passed too, hid of private but important citizens action for a safer community or any Itlbill-I action
"One bf the first ."
lead the fight for a rational not five Republicans left their questions Veto Seen
GREMERHAVEN
which be asked i. Is the Germany
must .
tax Dominick
system.of was the ranks to vote with the opposition city of Lakeland satisfied with R.p. Kenneth A. Roberts, (CAP) The American freighter, Steinway

cosponsor introduced an Abe amendment They were: Jacob Javlts its accident experience? If that [)'Ala,, who voted for the bill Blue Jacket and the German,
by Riblcoff. New York; Jack Miller. Iowa; I- coastal freighter Dirk collided *
the Connecticut Democrat to question is answered in the af- when it was before the House I Chickering
Leverett Saltonstall Massachusetts Committee carrieda In fog early today. The 285-ton
Commerce
give a tax credit of not tirmatlve, then there Is no use ,
more ; Margaret Chase Dirk sank and of her Wurhtzcreightman
than $325 to for a council. i I copy of the message with the seven
parents sending and
Smith Maine; George
word "veto" scribbled in the crew were believed
their children through college.On Aiken Vermont.
to be lo.t. llanosThe
margin next to that paragraph
the morning of February When Riblcoff amendmentmet Lakeland Boy "This means Johnson Is goingto collision occurred near a

4, Administration lieutenants defeat Sen. Winston veto that bill" Roberts told lighthouse off the Weser River' Hammond
tallied votes and found a solid Prouty Republican of Vermont Estuary I'
a newsman.Johnson's. I
majority of Senators commit- offered a substitute that Editor Of His words heartened The 8.090-ton Blue Jacket reOrgans

ted to the Riblcoff proposal.The would give a tax deduction to Rep John D. Dlngell, [)'Mlch..1 ported little damage and no injuries. -

amendment had won the students who worked their way School MagazineRoy one of the sharpest critics of the! S.I.I sad Se"lco

approval of such diverse per through school. The amend. bill on Capitol Hill A member
sonalities a* Barry Goldwaterand ment got 47 vote It was one l
Commerce Committee he
of the I The C. S. Long Lines, tile TlLI.HONI COLLECT
Hubert Humphrey. Only a short a* the Administration Samrss, son of Mrs. Evelyn opposed the bill vehemently American Ic Tele 21J.4511
Telephone Tempo
few days earlier in fact managed to come tip with 47
Samras, 24 Lake Holllngs- when It was before the committee ,graph Company's new cable
Humphrey a co-sponsor of others and a tie I II not good .
worth Drive has been named I ship I carries sonar equipment
the Riblcoff plan assured enough. Arthur Smith
editor-ln-chlef of "The Spartan" "I don't believe the President to chart the ocean bottom, an
educators that he would con- -T : had other choice than to machine check Co
: any X-ray to .pllc. Music
tinue the fight and was confi- ONE DAY later the Senate Did magazine of the Milton Her- "
what he did, Dingell said and $3-mllIlon to
say a engine un104 .. Tile St. T..pe
dent of victory. considered an amendment shey School atHershey I
in an Interview. "If the quality reel cable
authored by GOP leader Everett Pa.
stablllcation bill ever passed
106 Year Old McKinley Dirksen The I The magazineIs
the effects of
would out
It wipe
amendment, opposed by the a member of aa PROOF STRAIGHT' WHKKV. OANCIENT, AGE DISC CO. FRANKFORT, KV

Woman Against Administration. would have the Columbia I his tax-cut proposal"Boater v/.\ ,

abolished certain wartime ex- Scholastic PressAssociation Not Optimistic ,

Man On Moon cise taxes and saved the consumer and While not exactly optimistic, ) y-... :b ffir '"

$450 million a year. young S.mral one of the bill's chief boosters

KNOXVILLE. Tenn, (AP) Democratic leaden appar and his faculty Rep. Ray J, Madden [).Ind., t..J".r r;; r ..hi

Mrs. Agnes Fair turned 106 ently miscalculated When i adviser' will would not go so far as to predict '.

year old today and came out clerks finished the roll call 4'j spend four days a veto of the bill. 'K. ."'f .. ..!tl4, ,
against men going to the moon the Dirksen amendment had In New York "'I just don't know what he :. ,. ,

and women going into politic. won, 47-46. SAMRAS next month attending will do," Madden said "Afterall

Said Mr, pair, believed to The boys from 1600 Pennsylvania the annual six months ago I doubt if .; '>

be Knoxville s oldest resident, then got together. conference of the association there were more than a few "t,

about the space race: "There's Senator Clair Engle the California on the campus of Columbia economist In the whole admlnli AF

plenty of room on this earth for Democrat, changed his University I tratlon who had even botheredto

all of us and I can't see the "aye" to "nay. For good He was also chosen one of read this bill. It's been the
need of the measure *o did Vance Hartke, of ,
lending a man to subject a smear campaign .
seven student to represent the '
moon the Indiana Democrat The SAFETY COUNCIL HUD MIETS CHIEF-Oltiin I. SudJulh.. u
On In "I know amendment was defeated 48-45 school at a young people'. re-
women politics:
ligious conference at Buck Hill right, Mcutivt. director' for the Dodo. County Cltl.". Softty INSURANCE
there is a woman In Maine run Disturbing to GOP conservatives -
ning for president, but I think were the once-independent Falls resort in the Pocono Mountains Council moot relict Chief Lee H. BrooKtr dung 0 police trotflcworkihop SERVICE

she, or any other wife and Southern Democrats. Of of Pennsylvania.Last ....1." betel' conducted ot the Lokolond. Pollco DoiorNmini r,

mother has enough to do to the 14 Dixie Democrats who year he served as a reporter Sudduth outlintd drtoili. for orgoniiln 0 softy council 1 In I Leslie Upihaw, \

rear and provide for her famIly -I cast a vote, not one crossedthe on the school magazine folk' County end spoko lo tho workshop lotilon .on public. rtlotlons. Inc.Ml ..M!= eJ a 1
S. T..... A_ "H. ....111!
That's woman' main Job White House.. staff (Ladle Photo I y Hughes) _I ', "*
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DAVID LAWRENCEWASrHNOTONPubllo
By
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LET THERE BE a straw vote by / r debt tt

the of Lakeland to which and private debt are increasing
people as 7 I
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site should be used for the new li at an alarming rate. The
facts arc being glossed over or
brary. Ignored In Washington. Scant t

The Ledger suggests and urges that attention has been paid to

f the City Commission take steps at unpleasant truths such as were I I

once to provide for such a vote. disclosed In a speech a few''' I

t There are those who say that the i days ago by Senator Harry F.
Byrd of Virginia Democrat I
people of Lakeland as a whole are not He gave the Senate a comprehensive I

,,; qualified to say where the library al'b'r"' toi outline of the deteriorating -
situation In the financesof
s
should be built. But the United States government I

We disagree. We think the peopleare t
i? 4 ar Certainly under the doctrineof I
the best authorities of all as to ous I
"equal time, Mr. Byrdas 1 ,II
which site would suit them best. And oc the principal spokesman of II
the viewpoint and I
opposition
as the people whose money will be for 4/' the Senate's finance committee DAVID LAWRENCEt

used to' construct and equip the building the chairman deserves for his I l

they surely have a right to express arguments equal prominencein
the press In relation to the MR. BYRD criticized the oft.
their preference.The optimistic statement by President repeated reference to the

people of Lakeland as a whole Johnson recently In his growth of the gross national
economic report to Congress.
did not have to be authorities on the product a* an indication of remarkable t

FOR SENATOR Byrd's progress, and said }
operation of railroads order to know
speech contains significantfacts "Increasing debt and continuing jl
they preferred that the Atlantic Coast which, if they continueto deficits follow the pat-

Line Railroad move its passenger and e... go unheeded by governmental tern of economic philosophy I
policymakers could cause
J freight stations from the center of the a worse catastrophe than occurred which has been dominating I

city to the point westward where theyare than in the 1930'*. Senator federal policy in recent years. I
Byrd put It this way: Debt Is used to Increase the t
now situated. "Tha federal deficit list

Nor do the people have to be authorities setts of the year was$6.3 billion. This year prodtact.
t People it will be $10 billion. Together
on what on inside libraries -
goes
these will become the greatest "State and local debt now
in order to know that the site into two-year peacetime deficit in appears to be rising at a rate 1

where the present library is situated an This Is The history-totaling $IU billion. approaching $10 billion a year?' J
is not a proper site for the new library. Ledger's Opinion Page "Tha President In a most "Federal programs to encourage
conservative estimate has
The Ledger has previously expressed the use of public credit
said the deficit will I
its firm conviction that the !*) ... Mm. the ..wtMMr't _. .pintail. .* M...." .' current tutor.* t. Mw be $4.t billion. The next combinedthreeyear year include those for the Insurance :
.-.. II w.luna rk. .'li<... .f nadirs In rk. V.le* cl Hi. ....!. Cel....... Uttom ....*
should be built the Lake- and of I
library on .m kr Hi* writer's del,.-, fart MIMI will k* wlriilwU ....** r**..... A .kttar ........ ..5 guarantee private
land Morton school site, an area approximately built w..eI., ..< ,....., ears k. <*.*. The U4gr n....**. the melt r* rct| car WISE. .* mortgages and loans. .
three times the area of 0pI.... .f clvimli.. ....*. mMbvtn .,,*.. .1.....r. .* Hid, .*!.. atiOrt4fi AJlalrt 'This debt philosophy has ;

the site where the present library is. have apparently permeated the national ,

The Lake Morton school site would economy. Total debt- f
hers? I believe be Is need not tax everybody equally. deficit will total
federal state and local, coo t
Real ,
allow ample room for the library. lessly scared. They surely forgot that residents more than $20 billion at the
And it is an extremely! importantfact ing However a great bash of the state of Florida absolute minimum. porite, and private-has been
In this day of increasingly heavy American principle la Involvedthe elect them and not the tour- "The secretary of the treasury Increasing at a rate of about
right to hear stupid I.... ,The government taxesus on January 2S, repeated $65 billion a year.It now totals .
automobile traffic that at the Lake
conflicting and even obnox- to support foreign countries his prediction of still another more than a trillion dollars.... !
Morton school site there would be d : It Is not only won- iou viewpoints. Furthermore and the state to supportthe deficit in fiscal year 1966. And "Continuing Inflation Is a I
ample room for parking. and informed on the how can one better test the tourists. Where will it all ha said there was no reasonto reality and there la no doubt ,
school of the world by validity of one's opinions than end? expect the federal budget that the danger of spiraling
Further the Lake Morton I
Ledger, but it by considering opposing arguments to be. balanced again before Inflation lurks in debt and def
site is conveniently close to Lakeland site to read of ? TAX WEARY fiscal year 1967. icit financing conditions which (

High School and Florida Southern *' opinions in the When we safeguard the fun "In that event, the federal characterize the nation's econI I.',I
and People column. damental provisions of our government of the. United omy today"
College J
to J. H. H.'s let- Constitution we are ...urln&. The WayOf States would have Indulged Itself
Outlying shopping centers owe column of Feb. 8, the continued greatness of in six consecutive peace MR. BYRD, of course, was j
much of their popularity to the am- not wa Incorrect In his our nation and the contentment Humanity time deficit totaling upwardsof against the reduction bill
ple parking facilities provided in con- add that Caroline Ken- and security of its cit $35 billion. Its budget would because he believed expenditures ,
nection with them. 11102"I'm In the White izens. not have been balanced since should first be cut. The
not Integrated. Lltt EDITOR I am In complete 1960." whether the J
senator
We believe that ample, safe park Hatcher son of IRVING LEVY accord with the sentiments expressed enactment questioned of such a tax mess I

ing would make use of the library has Kennedy's Negro by J. H. H. In the "THERE HAS been only one ure at this time would contribute
more attractive to m6re people. that Andrew. Hatchet 'Where WillIt Vole Of the People of JTeb.:6,'' other period of aWmaiiyjUssi ., to"sound and constructive
consecutive deficits In the "
the in the downtownarea progress
Placing library the insofar as they apply to the
good work. I entire peacetime history of A* for the nation's private
when so many people try to avoid so The Ledger. End?' shabby treatment accordedthe this nation. That was in the debt the President's economic

that area because of the traffic and MAMIE STANCIL widow and child of the depression depths of the 1930's. report of more than 300 pages
parking situation would be a serious serviceman slain in Panama. "There Is no doubt about revealed in one of its statistical
mistake.' EDITOR: I have purchasedmy And it I Is true that equal respect the fact that federal taxes are tables that the total ofprlv.te
1964 auto license, which and honor should be too high. They should be cut. loans amounted to
Issue cost almost one-third more given any person slain In the But the hard fact Is that the $753 billion In 1963 a* com
A Five-Year than it did previously. A line of duty for his country basic reason for federal taxes pared with$330 billion 10 years
. Reader fishing license also cost me be he Pfc. or President However tures.Is to"meet federal expendi agoThen bas been talk recently
it la just the way of of increasing interest
one-third more. According to humanity everywhere The Virginia senator said it rates In order to cut down
to make
A 21-YEAB-OLD Hlaleah woman, t Correspondent N. a recent article in a Florida more of a well-known Is easy to blame war, "cold amount of borrowing but thl
who was drunk was driving her car 80 when he newspaper our members of son's death under such tragic per- war" and national defense for proposal has been severely
miles an hour when it struck and killeda Americanism that the school the State Legislature are already circumstances as our Presldent's the steady rise in federal expenditure criticized by those who wantto
vs. planning new tax hikes *, but he declared continue
without restraintthe
assassination:
13-year-old boy who was riding a has worked out for the coming year. it Isn't right, but that's Perhaps the that "the big Increase In expansion of credit.
blcyc e.The. is unwilling that Why can't the tourist share way wa mortals behave. And spending are in the domestic- The big question is whether
permitted to test In these increased takes? "
They
tragedy occurred at 4:40: a.m. since the President Is the headof civilian programs He pointedout the combination of a substan
by hearing a breathe this pure fresh air that, since the Korean tial increase in the
The youth was delivering newspapers.The speak Does he and absorb the sunshine some such our represent government all of and us,, he as War the federal spending total ment's debt and an unprecedented govern
woman was charged with man- Communism pre of them for several months of must, of necessity be givena has increased by more than $30 rise In individual borrowing
slaughter and drunk driving. fort glad and convinc the year. I feel that our representatives dignified and proper fu. billion and that, out of this contains hazards for
before the trial that the students In the State Legislature neral sum, only $7.9 billion was for the future of the nation's economy
She pleaded guilty to its allure- used poor judgment military and related activities, and when the impact
may
was over. flock to its ban in passing a tax bill that did Eo M. M. such u foreign aid. be feltFrance .

The judge gave her a sentence of of

five years in prison..

She fainted. Her mother sobbed ing

A dramatic scene, Indeed. Dam Has BustThe Waters Rise

And the five-year sentence may }

seem severe.But .
McGILL GREAT BRITAIN whlc"recoanlr.ed bor's growing political power ground of the
not nearly so severe and heart- tant Of The change In la speaking with an
Red China be
soon may expected soon to move
breaking as what happened to the Constitution after the night of Chiang Ka1Ihek as a competitor with Franca world positions and problems. independent voice So Is China.
youth. tary Notes: When to Formosa and the proclaiming In the China market This country has for so long France's Communist party

Just one more tragedy of the typethat' the recognized Red of the Mao government The United States Is, and conditioned Itself to wishful will be strongly wooed by
veteran diplomat has been carrying on Increasingly will be, ,In a difficult thinking about unleashing Peking.
happening all the time over the the the dam has bust trade with the Chinese. But position. Japan must Chiang-Kai-Shek'and a belief Red China becomea
nation because so many motorists fail of high the water aa member of NATO the trade. She has for a long time that Red China will one day member of may the now United Nations
to draw a line between the legal rightto British have rather faithfullylived been wistfully eyeing the trade go away that even though the There is a possibility-
I Ia bitterness here up to the boycott policyof possibilities offered 'by a population new situation
drink and the criminal and moral de Gaulle be- : urgently requires that the reality will make it
NATO and of
Washington. almost one billion 1 un-
restudy and planning.
of driving while drunk.It necessary for Moscow and the
wrong his recognition of denupplled She also
people.
Disraeli Britain' Prime i it will be politically difficultto United States to do
be that some motorists who ally a well advertised the hat been uneasily watchingthe more
may Minister at the time empire do so.There. trading and to have closer
drive while drunk have been suffi- was spreading trade growing competition in Is, for example no diplomatic ties. Whatever the
ciently shocked by the Hialeah death around the world, once said textile from Red China. Textile one who believes there is any future it is imperative that
$ that free trade la not a principle *, requiring little skill are good will for us In either the American people understand
and the five-year sentence to desist but an expedient. WhatDisraeli the first industrial possibility Peking or Moscow. But Mos that De Gaulle has
from driving while drunk. : X/.t Sot'h, meant was that there of any country with an excess cow now may find it necessary created a new situation and
I Ia really no such thing as free of labor. to become part of a that we must meet it with Intelligence -
------ --- -- that much of this trade-but there la commerce. Western complex. She cannot and boldly discipline
A THOUGHT-Then Jesus answered her. 0 woman ? grows out of the Jefferson watching the ebbingof THIS IS but a skeleton back- now turn again to China. ed decisions
as you !desire. And her daughter wa healed : that General de free trade, said: "The spiritof
Franc will benefit commerce knows no country
in the economic and feels no passion or
yet well compre principle but that of gain" Potomac Fever
LAKELAND the public. That this Karl Marx also had a com-
of vast trade and ment: "In the pre-capitalist \
for Franca stage of society" ha aid,
Great Britain to "commerce rules Industry. By FLETCHER KNEBEL

Imperial I I Polk bounty NATO trade com The reverse Is true of modem LBJ is our first 18-hour-a-day president. Somebody at the Treasury told
him he
and contest with society. was being paid at piece rates.
World's Citrus Center -<:r-: the huge market In *
a very real pos IN A SENSE Disraeli Jefferson Fans of Margaret Chase Smith say the big question at the Republican
dam has buat and Marx were saying convention Is whether they'll nominate dark hone
or a bright filly
will rise. the same thing-that com
*
The LEDGER'S telephones: All has condemned merce or trade, Is not a principle President Johnson will pick his vice
Union for having but an expedient president without regard to sectionalism -
SUBSCRIPTION door to trade and France is growing more pros He wants someone with national appeal preferably a Catholic Negro
named Mrs
further for having perous because of the European Shapiro
On. vac S20.SO 0. the technicians as Common Market She *

SI. $10.40 creating an Indus- can, and will become more The Republican presidential race Is a real leap year spectacle: one woman
Thr*. M.iith. $ S.20 S. .&. Now. China well-off by being able to supply chasing seven men.
to France. And the vast, and for a longtime *
turn, can buy and inexhaustible long pent.
Well know. There the
you never was fellow who
...IoII.h.. .Ite,...its elcrt S.turd.r ..4 .n S......, the whole Western up demand of China for machines summer and the next night he was bitten to death by mosquitoes.swore off smoking last
sell what she wishes tools and
lmM. I..... Florid. consumer .
to the Chinese government.She goods of all kinds. *
.... also can barter for raw The British, with unemployment Johnson says he wants concrete action from Khrushchev. The last time
materials. a problem and with La. Khrushchev did anything concrete turned out to be a wall


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LEDGER


I U.S. Effort :, : I } l(8/M&& : ub.nx 'Trm: : : I : :r .ro ratu: :diAI>>); :( e, I r "f/lj .: .

To Isolate .f I

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Cuba Failing


By JAMES MARLOW
Associated Pmt News Aoalyt
WASHINGTON (AP) This WHERE ,
country1 effort to isolate Fide _
Castro !. beginning to look lie SHOPPINGISA \
if only because business Is bin > "
'
nest. .
If, not a one-way street either : ,
"
A British newspaper, the PLEASURE!
Dally Mall, complained bitterly ..
over the weekend because a
leading British physiologist, unable .
to get enough research .
fund for bit work In his home
land. Is leaving for the United

States.This Ia frank acknowledg. 'Ih1' .

ment of business rivalry at a D
time when the United States Is
complaining bitterly because
I ,British and French firms are 'OO 1414 lr REEGreen: 100
selling Castro millions of doJ
Jars' worth of buses, trucks and JW Stamps

tractors. i .4*Srf,_,..-.4........,
I v Not Alone H.r ."'. 0.."" .'N $iieel
700 EXTRA LUNCH MIATS I ,-. 1100. IT*
They are not the
only friendsor allies who are dealing, or are I....'.. WNr L. la IN1UBL1X
expected to deal, with Cuba. 1 FREE S & H S' immmmmmlJ 8
Spain Is expected to buy 200,.
000 tons of Cuban sugar this GREEN
year, the Netherlands and 1F IOO .?l.r: 1OOM
B .
Japan about 100,000 ton each, 1 1
Castro In turn is expected to STAMPS
M { M A R K 9z T a q Green
buy things from Japan. ? ; Stamps; '
This country was angered perhaps i !
even more when France DECAF INSTANT COFFEE
recognized Red China which # t Ari ; .: nl. 8-o.. Jor| $1.44 ,
this country would like to isolate [ a s .rrra r:::.
it would
just as Castro. So
far it has kept Red China out SWIFTS PREMIUM GOVT. INSPECTED 00000000000000000000
of the United Nations. _
President Charles de Gaulle, SHIPPED TENDER-GROWN, D & D
being very practical said It was FRESH NOT FROZEN 10 O X'XIXTRA uu "Ral! l 0 0
just the practical thing to do,
since the reality is that the Red : "FRYER QUARTER SALE"BREASTS Green Stamps*
Chinese run the China main- w..e.4.wd.N.5.
i I*till
land. He Is also butting into '
EXCEDRIN TABLETS
Southeast Asia and Latin AmerIca (Wit h 60-ct. bot. 93c

The British prime minister, ribs) r (S...lra> W.dr r.fci 5$, IM4) !
WRB Irt ft ft n n n/ A/ ft ft ft n/ n ft!n K.]
Sir Alec Douglas-Home even
made stepped-up British trade _
with Cuba sound Ilk. a device 1
for destroying fervor. Castro's revolutionary or LEGS IOOffi r YEAffi1OQ

Defends Trade J7/ Green Stamps

H* defended it this way: i unit 111..w.N.4......._.fa !
"Peopl. become less Comrau 1 MODUS PANTIES
Slat when they're more com- C
down stretch styli $
forUble." produce feme'> 1'e'
rt /dN tow p. r::.
Sen. Barry Goldwater. run- lb.
ping for the Republican presi 00000000000000000000
dential nomination as usual hasa Testy Vine-Ripened

I ,"'use simple warships I answer.to stop He British says he'd or Tomatoes ,bribk't: 39c !Soml!.. T.rm50i
French ships from carrying cargoes
to Cuba. Jw Green Stamps
Since he's not president he i **Alt. ..n...d...*-.* I
wouldn't have to take the responsibility Swift's Premium MODESS BELTS (Deal Pock) !
for what might happen
ANY SIZE..ANY TYPE
afterward if President Johnson w'"'
D *
followed his advice. Dinner Franks .. lb. 49 8000000000000000000850mw
For Instance:
What would happen to this
country" various alliances if It
tried to stop its allies' ship m50
with American warships? What '
would happen If they Ignored REG. 33c SIZE S SWIFTS PREMIUM PROTEN J"( Green Stamps

the The warships'United States orders can't to halt very? GOVT-INSPECTED TENDER- GED i ......_,..-.4,w._* I

well go to war with Cuba without BLUE HEAVY WESTERN BONELESS HOLLOWAY with ........HOUSI.*i the loss of its world influence -
risking
!< fkf. ?9.f.NrN <
or war with the Soviet ::;., rMk la IM4I
Union. And no administration In 'ROUND ooooooooooooooooooSTEAK 'miy
a presidential election year Is CHEER
likely to come to terms with
Castro.So 50me.lIA OSO
there doesn't seem muchIt
can do except to try to persuade J" Green

to overdo 1U allies this business and friends of business not. C I .I*Sill MufMi m4 Stamps*.......*h <*

with the Cuban. 19 EAST-OFF PINE SCENT PINE SOL J
33c 14-ox. bot. 55e
C ,
Nichols Chest IISI lb. 7 9 8000000000000000000 ,_


Fund Lists limit 1 per customer w/ PRICES "'O FREE{uuu5 0
purchases of $3.00 or more ""
$24,000 In GiftsA EFFECTIVE Jw Green Stamps!

MON.,'TUES.,WED. .. _
.
I I till |H < W<* >l| !
COO from the Nichols
gift
Community Chest to the Polk FEB. 10, 11, 1264 GOLD SEAL GLASS WAX
pint con 59c
County Association for Crippled ,_ ..
.. .
Children has raised the total of w. P'" I" I. rt
contributions by the organization 00000000000000000000
oflairtspecial's .
In the few year that It has

existed The organization to more than la$24,000.made up Lady BMhr D.IJcloue Kraft's Cheese Spread 50 ml!.. TAAm 50
of employs of the Virginia-
Carolina Chemical Co., but is Pru I !
not connected with the firm in ,Green, .stampsi
any way.Contributions.
ce SALADA
made so far by Very Fine bot.29c
Chest 0 Betty Crocker Chocolate or Raisin OatmealCookies 100-ct. pkg.
the Nichols Community .
.. (l *.1 lrM WNr F.k. IX IM4I
include: Ap'Ie 's1.
Cancer Society 2.900; Salvation Sauce .. . pkg.: 39t. VI1I1VVVVVVVVOOOOOUQO
Army. $ ,608; Rose Keller Borden 2 ls.otf.
and s TOI" 25
Tuberculosis
Home $1,970; Dutch size
Health Association, $3,155; Red frozen foods 5 01OrXeXTRAX'X"50
C
Cross,J2.995; Polk County Association hoc
for Crippled Children$1,- oa f J" Green Stamps!
995; Marlon Lea Training Heart Libby, Dee,., e 8-os. IOe Morton's Cinnamon or Powdered Sugar i .I*..li M.IH..xtdim WiStge i
rown
School U03; American can Did Drink Asserted levers
$995 Bartow AirBase $
Association ;
B
School for Crippled Children Donuts . 3 'Si 1. 3. reg. cans 87e
$1,995; March of Dimes.I3.J05 eane
6 #2 80022020000000000008
; Girl Scouts,U90; Amer Teo Breek e $1
lean Legion. $140.Borrowed. cant

Wrench ?eaBag0 .

,... ct' All Lckeland Stores
39 Open
Used By Bandit pkg. at 8:30 A.M.

HATT1ESBURG Miss. (AP- Deter e

AIl gas station managers should .
take a tip from Johnnie Hollings- Kroh'Po9elar 3 2j $1. 916 N. M.... Are.
worth of Hattiesburg and don'tlend

customer.their lug wrenches to any Grape Jell II % M A R K B T S II 1065 S. Fla. Art.
Hollingsworth. 59 yearold
manager of the Kayo Oil Co., y.f ,z. 37 C I Grove Park Shopping Center
loaned his lug wrench to an a
unidentified customer. The customer
hit Hollingsworth on the r r Southgate Shopping Cent.rMonday
bead with the wrench and took
about $40.MARX'.

GRAVE VISITED

woman LONDON Valentina(APSovietpace Nikolayevna- vr kvtI1: us1

Tereshkova visited the grave of
Karl Marx In London's High-,
gate Cemetery Saturday and
laid a wreath oa his tomb.


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/ LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, Sorry, Miss Skoblikova, But With The Wheat Deal Facts On Public

The U.S. We Need All The Gold We Can Get. ." ,


I LEDGER I Private Debt





Being Glossed Over

Straw Vote

By DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINCTONPublic

LET THERE BE a straw vote by debt I

the people of Lakeland as to which and private debt are increasing

site should be used for the new li- r at an alarming: rate. The
t acts are being glossed over or
brary. ignored in Washington. Scant

The Ledger suggests and urges that attention hat been paid to

6 the City Commission take steps at unpleasant truths such u were

once to provide for such a vote. disclosed in a speech a few''

There are those who say that the days ago by Senator Harry F.
Byrd of Virginia Democrat.He .
people of Lakeland as a whole are not gave the Senate a comprehensive -

qualified to say where the library i tL SAS. outline of the deteriorating
I situation in the finance
I should be built.
of the United States government r
We disagree. We think the peopleare .
Certainly under the doctrineof
the best authorities of all tot
as Mr. Byrdas -
,d "equal time I
which site would suit them best. And the principal spokesman of

I .. as the people whose money will be t the opposition viewpoint committee and
the Senate's finance DAVID LAWRENCEMR.
used to construct and equip the building ypw chairman deserves for his J

they surely have to arguments equal prominencein
a right ex-
s the press In relation to the BYRD criticized the on-
press their preference.The optimistic statements by President repeated reference to the

people of Lakeland as a whole Johnson recently In his growth of the gross national
economic report to Congress.
did not have to be authorities on the product as an Indication of re-

\ FOR SENATOR Byrd' markable progress, and said;
operation of railroads in order to know
speech contains significant( "Increasing debt and con-
they preferred that the Atlantic Coast facts which, if they continueto tinuing deficits follow the pattern

Line Railroad move its passenger and M w i..r go unheeded by governmental of economic philosophy
policymakers, could cause
freight stations from the center of the a worse catastrophe than occurred which has been dominating

city to the point westward where theyare in the l 30's. Senator federal policy in recent years.
Byrd put it this way Debt Is used to increase the
now situated. The federal deficit last p called: gross national product
Nor do the people have to be authorities of the year was M.3 billion. This yearit .
People .
will be $10 billion. Together
on what on Inside libraries -
goes
these will become the greatest "State and local debt now
in order to know that the site two-year peacetime deficit in appears to be rising at a rate

where the present library is situatedis history totaling $16.3 billion. approaching $10 billion a year(
not a proper site for the new library. This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page "The President, in a most "Federal programs to encourage .
conservative estimate has
The Ledger has previously of credit -
ex- the use public
pressed its firm conviction that the ."". MS* .".t the "....,.,..'. ewe e,lr.lei M ...tte,. ef current ........ .In .... be said$4.1 the billion.deficit The next combined year will include those for the Insur
....... It ..... .. ,
wdcemes the "inlmi' ef in the V.k..i the P pU Cclumii. Letters ware
should be built the Lake- and of
library on .d beer .... writer's .....*.., bur .._. will be vMiKeM. nr... "q..... A Itftw ........ Nt ance guarantee private
land Morton school site, an area approximately ww4t, tut stry .."".. k. ...., The ........ mn" the right t. rccct| ..r letter er mortgages and loans. .
three times the area of Oplnler, .f .* .....lctt .11' ether. centributen .,,eer .1_..... en Hill ..... 1Vltion4l: Nlalt'l 'This debt philosophy has
the site where the present library is. apparently permeated the national -

The Lake Morton school site would economy. Total debt-
ners? I believe he Is needlessly not tax everybody equally. thre -year deficit will total
federal state and local con
allow ample room for the library. Real scared. They surely forgot that residents more than $20 billion at the
And it is an extremely Importantfact However, a great basic of the state of Florida absolute minimum. porate, and private-has been
in this day of increasingly heavy American principle Is involvedthe elect them and not the tour- "The secretary of the treasury increasing at a rate of about

automobile traffic that at the Lake right to hear stupid ists. \The government taxesus on :January 28, repeated $65 billion a year. It now totals
conflicting and even obnoxious to support foreign coun- his prediction of still another more than a trillion dollars....
Morton school site there would be It Is not only won- viewpoints. Furthermore tries and the state to supportthe deficit In fiscal year 1966. And "Continuing Inflation Is a
ample room for parking. Informed on the how can one better test the tourists. Where will it all he said there was no reasonto reality, and there is no doubt .
Further the Lake Morton school of the world by validity of one's opinions than end? expect the federal budgetto that the danger of spiraling
,
Ledger, but It by considering opposing arguments be. balanced again before inflation lurks in debt and deficit -
site is conveniently close to Lakeland l to read of ? TAX WEARY fiscal year 1967. financing conditions which

High School and Florida Southern opinions in the When we safeguard the fundamental "In that event, the federal characterize the nation's econ4 b
College. People column. provisions of our government of the. United omy today."
to J. H. H.'s let Constitution we are assuring- The WayOf States would have Indulged itself
Outlying shopping centers owe column of Feb. 8, the continued greatness of in six consecutive peace- MR. BYRD, of course was
much of their popularity to the am- .. Incorrect in his our nation and the contentment HumanityEDITOR time deficits totaling upwardsof against the tax-reduction bill
ple parking facilities provided in con- that Caroline Ken and security of its cit $35 billion. Its budget would because he believed expenditures
nection with them. in the White izens. not have been balanced since should first be cut. The
not Integrated. Lit I am in complete, 1960."
senator questioned whether the
We believe that ample safe park- Hatcher of IRVING LEVY
11102"I'm son accord with the sentiments expressed enactment of such a tax measure
s ing would make use of the library Kennedy's Negro by :J. H. H. in the HTHERE HAS been only one at this time would contribute
more attractive to more people. Andrew Hatcher* Voice Of the People bf!reb:",'- other period of. asimany/**.. to"sound and constructive
'Where WillIt
six consecutive deficits In the "
the progress.
Placing library in the downtownarea Insofar as they apply to the
the good work. I entire peacetime history of As for the nation's private
when so many people try to avoid The Ledger. End?' shabby treatment accordedthe this nation. That was in the debt, the President's economic
that area because of the traffic and MAMIE STANCIL widow and child of the depression depths of the 1930's. report of more than 300 pages
parking situation would be a serious serviceman slain In Panama. "There is no doubt about revealed In one of its statistical '
mistake. EDITOR I have purchasedmy And It Is true that equal respect the fact that federal taxes are tables that the total ofprivate
1964 auto license, which and honor should be too high. They should be cut. loans amounted to
Issue cost almost one-third more given any person slain In the But the hard fact is that the $753 billion In 1963. as com-
I A than It did previously. A line of duty for his country- basic reason for federal taxesIs pared with $330 billion 10 years
Reader fishing license also cost me be he Pfc. or President. However tures.to meet federal expendi ago. There has been talk recently
It Is Just the way of of increasing interest
one-third more. According to humanity everywhere The Virginia senator said It rates In order to cut down
A 21YEAR.OLD Hialeah woman Correspondent N. a recent article in a Florida more of a well-known to make is easy to blame war, "cold amount of borrowing, but this
who was drunk was driving her car 80 when he newspaper, our members of son's death under such per war" and national defense for proposal has been severely
that the school the State Legislature are already tragic the steady rise in federal expenditures criticized those
miles an hour when it struck and killeda circumstances as our Presidents by who wantto
Americanism vs. planning new tax hikes but he
declared continue without restraint
13-year-old boy who was riding a has worked out for the coming assassination: Perhaps that
year. It Isn't right, but that's the "the big Increases In the expansion of credit.
bfcyc e.The. Is unwilling that Why can't the tourist shareIn way we mortals behave. And. spending are in the domestic- The big question Is whetherthe
tragedy occurred at 4:40: a.m. permitted to test these increased taxes? They since the President is the headof civilian program." He pointed combination of a substantial
&. by hearing a breathe this pure fresh air out that, since the Korean Increase In the
our
The youth was delivering newspapers.The speak. Does he and absorb the sunshine, some such, represents government all of and.U', he as War, the federal spending total ment's debt and an unprece-govern
woman was charged with man- Communism pre of them for several months of must, of necessity, be given has Increased by more than $30 dented rise in individual bor-
slaughter and drunk driving.She glad and convinc the year. I feel that our representatives a dignified and proper funeral billion and that, out of this rowing contains hazards for
before the trial that the students In the State Leg. sum, only $7.5 billion was for the future of the nation's economy
pleaded guilty to its allure Islature used poor Judgment military and related activities and when the impact may
was over. nock to its ban in passing a tax bill that did Eo M. M. such as foreign aid. be felt. .

The judge gave her a sentence of

five years In prison..

She fainted. Her mother sobbed, '

A dramatic scene, indeed. Dam Has Bust; The Waters Rise

And the five-year sentence may

seem severe.
But not nearly so severe and heart- McGILL GREAT BRITAIN which bor's growing political power ground of the changes in France is speaking with an
Of The recognized Red China soon may be expected soon to moveas
what to the world positions and problems.This independent voice So Is China.
breaking as happened Constitution after the flight of Chiang Kaishek a competitor with FranceIn
youth. Notes: When to Formosa and the proclaiming the China market. country has for so long France's Communist party

Just one more tragedy of the typethat's recognized Red of the Mao government The United States Is, and conditioned itself to wishful will be strongly wooed. by
all veteran diplomat has been carrying on Increasingly\ will be,Jn a difficult thinking about unleashing Peking.
happening the time over the the dam has bust.
trade with the Chinese. But position. Japan must Chiang-Kai-Shek 'and a belief Red China become
nation because so many motorists fall high the water as members of NATO the trade. She has for a long time that Red China will one day a member of may the now United Nations
to draw a line between the legal rightto British have rather faithfully been wistfully eyeing the trade go away, that even though the There Is a possibility-
Is bitterness here lived up to the boycott policyof possibilities offered by a population new situation
drink and the criminal and moral urgently requires that the reality will make It
de Gaulle be NATO and Washington. of almost one billion
un- restudy and planning
,
for
of driving while drunk.It necessary Moscow and the
wrong his recognition of Disraeli Britain's Prime I dersupplied people. She also it will be politically difficultto United States to do
may be that some motorists who a well advertised has been uneasily more
Minister at the time the em- watchingthe do so.There trading and to have closer:
drive while drunk have been suffi- pire was spreading trade growing competition in Is, for example no diplomatic ties. Whatever the
ciently shocked by the Hlaleah death : around the world, once said textiles from Red China. Textiles one who believe. there is any future, it is imperative that
that free trade Is not a prirvclple requiring little skill are good will for us in either the American people understand
and the sentence to desist
five-year but an expedient. What the first industrial possibility Peking or Moscow. But Moscow that De Gaulle has
from driving while drunk. Xlle SQutlJ. Disraeli meant was that there of any country with an excessof now may find it necessary created a new situation and
is really no such thing as free labor. to become part of a that we must meet it with Intelligence
that much of this trade-but there Is commerce. Western complex. She cannot and boldly discipline
A THOUGHT-Then Jesus answered her, 0 grows out of the Jefferson watching the ebbingof THIS IS but a skeleton back- now turn again to China. ed decisions '
as you !desire. And her daughter was healed : that General de free trade said "The spiritof
France will benefit commerce knows no coun-
In the economic try and feels no passion or
-
( yet well compre principle but that of gain" Potomac Fever'
public. That this Karl Marx also had a comment w wBy
of vast trace and "In the pre-capitalist "
for France stages of society," he said
Great Britain to "commerce rules industry. FLETCHER KNEBEL. ,I ( ;,
I Imperial I I Polk County t NATO trade com- The reverse Is true of modem LBJ is our first 18-hour-a-day president. Somebody at the Treasury told f '
and contest with society." him he was being paid at piece rates. 1 < -
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World's Citrus Center > the huge market in .( i '
a very real pos IN A SENSE Disraeli Jefferson Fans of Margaret Chase Smith say the big question at the Republican i .
dam has bust and Marx were sayingthe convention Is whether they'll nominate a dark horse or a bright filly. t .
will rise. same thing-that com-
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The LEDGER'S telephones: has condemned merce, or trade is not a principle President Johnson will pick his vice
president without
regard to section-
Union for having but an expedient .
alism. He wants someone with national appeal preferably a Catholic
$U SCRI door to trade and France is growing more prosperous Negro
named Mrs.
.
for having because of the European Shapiro. ,
0... Yar .. ..... ... $20.10 technicians as- Common Market. She .

six Meelhi .. .... ... $10.40 creating an Indus can and will become more The Republican presidential race is a real leap year spectacle: one woman ..
Three Menrii ....... $ S.20 Now China well-off, by being able to supply chasing seven men.
to France. And the vast and for a longtime \ -

turn can buy and Inexhaustible long pent- Well, you never know. There was the fellow who list
PubDihte'. .ftt,"..... .."lit S.tur4.y ...4 the whole Western up demand of China for machines summer and the next night he was bitten to death by mosquitoes.swore off smoking
L....I.... .. what she wishes tools and 'consumer ,'
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government. goods of all kinds.
barter for raw The British with unemployment Johnson says he wants concrete action from Khrushchev. The last time

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Cuba FailingBy II

JAMES MARLOW I

Associated. WASHINGTON PTMI Newt(AP) -Analyst This WHERE 'i;
country effort to Isolate Fide
Castro It beginning to look tick SHOPPING "I
if only becauM business It bust:- 'H"'i, '
'Lm .
ness.Iff ; *..
IS A
ther.A. not a one-way treet, ei- ,

British! newspaper the PLEASURE!
Daily Mall, complained bitterlyover ,
the weekend because i I
leading British physiologist, unable :
to get enough research
fund for bit work in hit homeland
li leaving for the United
States. .
This Is a frank acknowledgment } .
of business rivalry at a
time when the United States b
complaining bitterly because
I (British and French firm. are IOO ItTSA" U IOO
selling Castro millions of dol-
Ian' worth of buses, trucks and J" Green scamps

i tractor : I ......_...-.4........ell !
v Not Alone I l) H.nsa'. Ore".. 1.104 sliced
d4. .- 700 EXTRA LUNCH MATS 1 ,.*.. ,k... 17.
They are not the only friendsor .. ,. .
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M Olive U P 6-PI
...*_ ..... (
allies who are dealing( or are F m. it IM4) F
expected to deal, with Cuba. I _oa ; FREE 5& H S 000000000000000000 11III.
Spain .. expected to buy 200.. _ r
000 tons of Cuban sugar this s GREEN
year the Netherlands and ) )(
IOO II.
PREB'jO
Japan about 100,000 tons each.I' J 4 r t a 1
Castro in turn it expected to STAMPS
buy things from Japan. r M A R K t T i Jft Green Stamps *
This country was angered perhaps I ._
even more when France e : "4 DECAF INSTANT COFFEE
recognized: Red China which 8-oa. jar $1.44 <=>
this country would like to isolate e af.. N el",' ; *
just a* It would Castro. So 8000000000000000000 _!
far it hat kept Red China out ; SWIFT'S PREMIUM GOVT. INSPECTED
of the United Nations.
SHIPPED TENDER-GROWN D & D
President Charles de Gaulle 4
being very practical said It was FRESH NOT FROZEN 10 O X'XIIXTR UU ..Rill A"'X"XIO 0
Just the practical thing to do
since the reality it that the Red "FRYER QUARTER SALE"r3$/ Green Stamps]
Chinese run the China main \tr '
.1a ai..s rd.ad.N.h !
land. He It also butting into r __ EXCEDRIN TABLETS
Southeast Asia and Latin America (withribi
I BREASTSor 60-ct. bot. 93cIrM
The British prime minister, ) r RUX; .... Mr** .*..> IX ItM r'Bui,
Sir Alec Douglas-Home, even lAAftAAAAnAAAAA/\nAnAI
made stepped-up British trade ; _
with Cuba sound like a device
for destroying fervor. Castro's revolutionary .. LEGS 1O fREE3 iOOg 1


Defends Trade Green Stamps

He defended it this way: I era*.1._,....d...........11 I
"People become lets Communist -
J MODESS PANTIES
when they're more comfortable down lance ) C stretch' style $1,98
." produce r:::. ., .. I ::'
Sen. Barry Goldwater, running I lb.
for the Republican presidential I 00000000000000000000
nomination, as usual has Testy Vine-Ripened

; 'a use simple warship answer.to stop He British says he'd or Tomatoes .bri basket qt. 39c !50mBI.lIA' SO
French ship from carrying cargoes -
to Cuba. Jftl Green Stamps
Since he' not president, he ale,!._,.....*nrdiM auSwih's I
wouldn't have to take the responsibility
Premium I MODESS BELTS (Deal Pack)
for what might happen
ANY SIZE. ..ANY TYPE
afterward If President Johnson 5 D *=>_ .... .. ... '
Dinner Franks 49 ( IrM MK I" .1141 r'I
followed his advice. . lb. r:
For instance: 00000000000000000000SOIDWillSO
What would happen to this -
country's various alliance if It
tried to top it* allies' ships % #
with American warships? What
would happen if they Ignored REG. 33c SIZE a SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN Jw Green

the The warships'United State order can't to halt very? GOV'T-INSPECTED TENDER-AGED I .(*AitNOLLOWAT_,...stampsl

well go to war with Cuba without BLUE HEAVY WESTERN BONELESS vltk, *.11.. .
risking the los of it* world In- ......* 79.
fluence or war with the Soviet r:;:, p.o.. r::;:,
Union. And no administration In ROUND oO Ol o ooOSTEAK
election Is
a presidential year CHEER
_
likely to come to term with

Castro.So there. doesn't seem much 5ome:.TIAC5 050

It can do except to try to persuade Jw

to overdo it* allies this business and friend of busl not C I Green.I**.(.(MfM-Stamps.4...._Wl

ness with the Cuban. 19 EASY-OFF) PINE SCENT PINE SOL
33c 14-u. bat. 55c
.

Nichols Chest .SO Ib 7 9 C SQQQOOQQQOOOOOOQ220_ .11III


Fund Lists limit 1 per customer w/ PRICES 5ogXTRApurchases 050
of $3.00 or more
$24,000 In GiftsA EFFECTIVE Green Stamps

MON.TUES.WED. It ..i*.,it-,..od...._.
S200 gift from the Nichols
Community Chest to the Polk FEB. 10, 11, 12, '64 GOLD SEAL GLASS WAX

County Association for Crippled .. pint con 59c
Children has raised the total of (I.lrM WM< ... IX, IM4)) rt
contribution by the organization ooooooooooooooooooOLocly
in the few year that it hal _ e clciiri/ sheciits

existed The organization to more than I II(24.000.made up Betty Deficious Kraft' Chasse Spread 50 me:. Tef SO
of employe of the Virginia-

not Carolina connected Chemical with Co.the,firm but In is Pru ne J.. Vclveeta I . .% 89 I $1 Green.aasl.. _,...Stamps........_'" !

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any way.Contributions V.ry Fine ce Qtb SALADA TEA BAGS
made so far by 29 Crocker
at. Betty Chocolate or Raisin OatmaalCookies 100-ct. pkg. $1.04
the Nichol Community Chest ...r.W.d.. .... Ia 'HII

include Cancer: Society. $2900; Salva- P e 5 ls.a . l91Sr39i;: [ VJJVVIIIlV\JVVQOOOOQO! c \ {}
tion Army. S2.606; Rose Keller lord aUce 2 :.
Tuberculosis and n Testy .5 C
Home, $1.970; Dutch size :
Health Association $3,155; Red l50'7555
I frozen foods .
Cross. $2,995; Polk County As ociatioa h0col
for Crippled Children$1- f J" Green
Stamps
995 Marion Lea Training L1bb e 8-oz. Morton' Cinnamon Powdered ....... .. .
School.; $1.205: American Heart D. p. rown gang I 0 C or Sugar I -. -.4. +_... !
Diet Drink Asserted
Sego Flow
AirBase D-ox..
$995 Bartow
Association :
School for Crippled Dime Children B ea ns .. Donuts . 3 pkgs. $1. f...3....".,......con.... I"87c IHC'
of
$1,995; March
#2
O 6
$3,305; Girl Scout $1,80; Amer- Tea-B.e.k O $1 00000000000000000000
C
lean Legion. $140.Borrowed. Ong


Wrench 64pJc-ct. 39-

Used By Bandit 1 Del'.nn 'u DlagS o O 1 / All Lakeland at 8:30 Stores A.M. Open

HATTIESBURC Miss. (AP-
All gas station manager should rgehf 1
take a tip from Johnnie Molting- Kro k. Popular O 3 2io.: $1 i 916 N. Moss. Ave.
worth of Hattiesburg and don't .
lend their lug wrenches to any' 1065 S. Flo. Are.
customer. old Grape Jei I M A R K E T S ii
59 year -
HoUmgsworth. '
manager of the Kayo Oil Co., y. 1 0 1'. 37 C I Grove Park Shopping Center
loaned his lug wrench to an
unidentified customer. The customer -
hit Holilngsworth on the r tr r t/ Southgate Shopping Center
head with the wrench and took
about $40.MARX'.

GRAVE VISITED
LONDON (AP-Soviet space-
woman Valentina Nikolayevna
Tereshkova visited the grave
Karl Marx In London of1
gate Cemetery Saturday i
laid a wreath on his tomb. j i


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Japan, Russia Sign Trad Pact By Accidents :

In Florida I
TOKYO (AP-Japsn and the volume for the second year of
Soviet Union today signed an a three-year Japan-Soviet trade
agreement calling for $142 mil'' agreement. Its terms representa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt
r
In Japanese exports to the a 18 per cent Increase in Japanese least It persons met accidental -
Soviet Union and the sale of$130 exports to Russia and a II deaths in Florida over a sty af
million In Soviet goods to Japan per cent increase In Russian the weekend.
In 1964 sates to Japan over the previous Kathryn Beauchamp, 38, of
agreement sets the trade ous year, At dr Brandon, was Injured fatally
I when the car she was driving
t
collided with another vehicle on

the ONE to call for U.S.60.
place ',
'm rI
Charlie Carroll, 28, of Greenwood a
,. S. C, wee killed when a
MONEYHen's car in which he was a passenger I
hit a utility pole in Perrlne,'
r Thomas Moran 67, of St.1

miriteyc Petersburg, died In a two car.
collision in St. Petersburg. .
r.
.. "'VITax1-C; itii Tractor Kills Boy

Michael Conner Thomas, 9,. k

i Hen's a olden opportunity to let cash double. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Thomas of killed
Brooker was
fast during Beneficial' Golden Anniversary
when he was run over by a farm
Celebration.Call up or come In for the cash you tractor.

want now to clean up left-over bills or Robert J. Baird, 60, of Panama t
for my good reason. WI like to say "Yes! GIFT FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN Roy P. GI.4".", left, roeretentlno Ike. Niched Com.mvnlty City, was killed when the

Clieit, ..."ta e check for $200 to George urr, right, for the Pelk County Atwcletien for car in which he was riding ram

BENEFICIAL Crippled Children .. J. D. Smith Jr. looks en. The Nickels Community' Chose hes contributed mere med the rear of a parked truck.

Hie* $14,000 to chorltoble. erfonliotioni I Is the few yams oboe It hes moist.... Ledger Photo byHorper Harry E. Mason, 44, was I
struck by a car on a Miami
)
FINANCESYSTEM, street and killed.

loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note Three University of Florida
students died when a truck and
LAKELAND-Beneficial Finance Co. of Lok.lond New Orleans Marks Time;
Gr, Fl. Arcade Bldg. MUtuol 6-5105 a car collided near High
Springs. The dead were John
WINTER HAVEN-Beneficial Finance. Co. of Winter Haven ,
; Wever JI George Diets Jr., IS.
.
316 I W. Centrol Avenue Awaits Mardi Gras FestivalI both of West Palm Beach, and OHIO IIAUTY-Winner .f she tiHe .f Mln.PerttmouHi. ,
2nd Floor, Phillips Profeulonal Bldg. CYprets 3-2176 .
Royal Coats Jr., 17, of Avon Carolyn Uwrmce h ...kl". the title .f' Mia CfcMrlmfer. USAOhio
astees BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. -
I Park. II University's entry In the contort t lnfl' eeno'uefee1' kyCyprets
NEW ORLEANS (AP) New while waiting for its annual all James Rountree 21, of Hobe G.rd.sJ the Winter Hove* Chemoer of Commerce.
Orleans, bursting with carnival out Mardi Gras. Sound was killed in an accidenton -

visitors,_marked!:. time today Only one parade was on tap U.S. 1 near Hobe Sound. TODAY IN WASHINGTONJohnson

for tonight when the Krewe of Deputy Killed
Back In
I POWERFUL PLUNGER CLEARS Capital
\ Proteus rolls through the streets J. P. Spence, 47, a Leesburg

CLOGGED TOILETSIn depicting the life of Hercules deputy sheriff, was killed when After Weekend In TexasWASHINGTON
tltfnu.rp Jiffyf a pistol he was cleaning discharged
; ; j'17' Five parades came out yesterday : -
and struck
tgdially; ; in the city and its suburbs accidentally
yp1.'lfrf Uncountable thousands, drawn him In the chest. (AP-In the'five or six shipping associationswere
A.RT-Y. A student pilot from Iran died news from Washington: expected to attend.
out by the warm 60-plus degree
; tbf 'temperatures,watched the floats when an Air Force T-33 Jet Cargill has recently completed
)/ WI"ctatS; trainer crashed near Lakeland JOHNSON President John arrangements to sell some
.: 1 in cheered the band. and grabbed :
1l0WING He identified Sid 700,000 tons of to Russia
grain
r S for trinkets. I was as -Djalal son flew back to the capital
h pl\EMIBl\E : 'I Only absolutely essential bus,Mobasserl, 21, from Teheran. I Sunday,night after a weekend *
'1 ness will be conducted tomorrow' Joy Darlene Meyer, 3-year-old trip to Texas for the funeral of JEWISH APPEALt Supreme
A. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg
A l.O. when everyone gets into the act. 'a close friend Mrs. J. C. Kel-
*- The major Mardi Gras parade A. Meyer of Rt. 1, Maxvllle, fell lam. says the United Jewish
.OO"NPOR't> uelgoncbiogsto will be that of Rex, the King of into a septic tank and drowned. Accompanied by Mrs. John Appeal. "implements American
% otbtt .P ,Carnival. The celebration ends Kenneth C. Wright SO, of 71tusville son, the President attended Iforelgn. policy" by helping the
was burned to death people of Israel become eco
.. with the procession of the MilI
services and burial for Mrs
,
cotor a he" 1Cenne y clations: Dc orftncntact tick Krewe of Comus. In between when fire destroyed his Indian'Kellam In Austin Sunday arter- nomically self-sufficient
xci fig ape
]! / I there will be dozens of River home. noon. Mrs. Kellam was the wife Adressing the UJA'a nation
1p CilJ PwbliL 'lit S lI.vrD NEVER AGAIN fhot tick feeling minor> parades and a city full of Sandra Nail of Cocoa was:of the manager of the Johnson al conference that opened its
tbf when tol1N.r.ra.W1TOILAFLEX maskers. killed when she was struck by ,1964 national fund raising cam
prctcnt0J ... your family's radio and television
7:311 p. an auto. paign Sunday night, Goldberg
ey :
.1lEflU'SuMJN1S at
properties. She died of
Friday
.
!, .., Larry Lee Cookman, 22, of said:
F\Ult th..ugh fIJlIN1SUtD.u uparranbf JolI.t Auasst PlungerUnlike Quezon City replaced Manila Cocoa was killed when a car in a heart attack. "Israel's goal Is'our goal- ,
fo..JaY SFOll'tl> 'tlON tl P as the official capital of the which he was a passenger crashed peace in freedom. We are allies i
"" "ill Attitc ordinary plungers IbiUnwdoot eir Republic of the Philippines in near Titusville. WHEAT SHIPS: Plans for in this common cause. II Is for
f 707 a"" >1 not welcr ptrmit t.spl..h comprund bock or_...ormewy .. I 1948. shipping wheat to Russia will this reason that every Jew who, ,
SinJ'J I6"i lJ2. I With IbiUDra th.lull oroMwe plow.iwlihM be discussed Tuesday at a through the UJA and otherwise,
threulh the claulnl mass sod 8c14 ACT QUICKLY
'fCo. it down.Cast mIst roue TI 1. T TO JGOURMET meeting between federal marl- aids In advancing Israel' Is a
n S,'tc .1KOYOnn..N.t.. G If you act'quickly, you can time officials, shipping associations better man and a better'Amerlcan -
...
aUCTIONJIlM' ITOPe. .AlM SACK FOODS remove alcohol, perfume or water and Cargill Inc., a top for doing so."'
a CNrsa111NV CAN MID' AROUNDTAPfRKO
: a TAIL SIC Ain, .TIOHT riTOmulne HICKORY fARMS stains from furniture by grain exporter.
ass $2 6S Ih.Or...v..na F.rk pntMu. rubbing the spot with a little Robert E. Giles, acting marl-I Switzerland issued the first
Toll'*'f ... a MmN ammonia and a damp cloth time administrator, announced coin made of pure nickel in
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At M'.OWAII STORM IVHTWHIM _Then apply I _wax Sunday that representatives of 1881.
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Temperatures ..
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49C STATION H. L. Charleston ............ 54 42 Los Angeles .......... 78 53

LB Miami .... ........... 64 52 Chicago .............. 31 26 Memphis .............53 42

Jacksonville .......... 60 43 Cincinnati ............ 34 25 Milwaukee ........... 28 20
"Supir-RIghr Extra loan Key West ............ 82 58 MplsSt Paul........ 28 13
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Cleveland .... .... 25 18
GroundBEEF, LAKELAND .......... St 47 New Orleans ......... 65 38
Frtihly Orlando .............. 61 47 Denver .............. 49 40 Omaha ...............38 28 EA

Pensacola ............ 60 36 Des Moines .........., 27 22 Pittsburgh ............ 31 21 ,
Sarasota .............. 62 48 Detroit .............. 28 19 St. Louis .............41 29
Tallahassee .......... 63 29 Fairbanks ............-1233 San Francisco ........ 63 50 .

Tampa ............... 61 48 Fort Worth ........... 66 34 Seattle ............... 49 39
...... ............., 78 69
.. W. Palm Beach 61 50 Honolulu Washington .......... 47 34 !
SALE 1 Lb. Indianapolis ,.........., 31 26 :
Founded Celebration 39c I
Pkg. Atlanta ............... 55 32 Juneau ...............39, 33 BAROMETER
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A&P Whole Beets MOLASSES OR OATMEALCOOKIES f i i io 1e ( STEEPLEJACK-Steeelaeck' Don Kooeh of 22* 16t1t S.....,

lona Cut Beets : i j jolona a,1s/ to NW. Wlnrer Ha.ea erases kit life to 1i..I.."... while vortinfM

Cut Green Beans ? U ...-sow wear s.w..ar..l Mi. Jt-yoor-old' ...,1. of .... tint reieyrerla Church, Sixth

i : i .. I..a.u.aa.l.re Stroot ..d A..... G, Norrhwoit. Koogh olio point flateelei,

I o lona Golden Corn ;;.: 3 J! lra.r..law.M0 Ic..la al.N1 aa.e M and w.. mponilblo' for etrlnflnf CMirmoi lights ... -.... Wises

.
Here water towor. (Lodger Photo ty Corroll
MIX OR MATCH 'EM f i f j 6 I .' .... (

J 3 at $100 i: .., .- : eaw1..a.r.r Citrus Exports To Dpuble
i
I.LB. ( : i PK.r
8 89 4 i iA WASHINGTON w-The Agriculture -said record quantities of orange
CANS t.. Ski. war. cloudy ever Florid' Barry Monday, hut .,.ct.. !. deer .let* I. the dayfampereruret : Department has announced juice will probably be imported

J ...... In Hit eOl aver the irate. Scattaree! tfciinderihawan w.. forecast for tfca that exports of summer from foreign areas to supple-

))711TJXJZ: panhandle. Overnight loot w... Ie ...... 10 ....... below .normal lOi I* Hi. north Odd SOl ill oranges, summer grapefruit and ment U. S*Juice supplies which
;::; .:.:; Yy yh'Ntiii :;: I the Murh. (lA' Wi..,.....) I.I.I lemons from this country this have been reduced because of

year are expected to be at freeze damage in Florida and

Wcat/7crcost least as high as those for the Texas.
Save at A&PSpecialOwn Easy Brew I &hJ A past season.A I
._...
Partly cloudy skies and w' s. s a"wty report said reduced supplies
the Mediterranean Indicate 17 Formosan
In

I 64 Jtic Ily ahead higher for Lakeland temperatures through are tomorrow opportunity an excellent for U.lemon S. ship export Miners KilledIn


Tea Bags. weathermen laid today A-Clear to partly cloudy: and pers.
: Variable winds will blow at mild through Tuesday. Rather = But restricted U. S. suppliesare ExplosionTAIPEI

Y less than 10 miles an hour today cool tonight. Lowest tonight in expected to limit exports
of and grapefruit ex- Formosa (AP-AII
= orange
and tonight, becoming southwesterly the 40s. -l" .
u.R _
-
_
ports this season. The report 17 workmen trapped by an ex
I at 8 to 15 miles an "\
B.c.D-Partly cloudy through
F plosion Sunday at the Shul
,hour tomorrow. Increasing humidity -Tuesday with not much changein ConstrictorBack Kang Coal Mine near the North '

Save at SPI-Spec/off-White House Inst. Nonfat was expected. temperatures. Low tonight 40 E- Boa Formosa port pf Keelung were

I The maximum temperature to 45 In Cage killed.

I here yesterday was 59 degrees, E-F-C-Partly cloudy: through Chinese Nationalist police announced -W
the minimum this morning was Tuesday Low tonight in the 40,. l After VacationAL1QUIPPA today the bodies of the

47 degrees and no rain fell at Variable winds 5 to 12 miles per H .. men had been recovered The

DryMilkP9. I the city hall weather station. hour. Pa. (AP-AH-men were working at the bottom

I During the next five days H-I-Partly cloudy through Waw quippa's roving boa constrictorwas of a 3OOO-foot shaft when
temperatures are expected to Tuesday Low tonight 45 to 55. back in its cage today. the blast occurred.

'average about two degrees below J-Partly cloudy: through w. tio.O, Pet shop owner Clarence Mln LEGAL ADV."T"'M
seasonal normals (73.53), Tuesday Continued rather cool l card said he found the six-font NOTICE Oil' APPLICATION po"

l with showers likely during the tonight with low In the 30s snake Sunday right where he TAlC .O.ID. Senate sill N. 1U)
E.Aw t.Alt1.tl Notlro l hereby IIlv..n that PIHRRVJCEH
s-----U -
1 latter half of the week. Warmer Tuesday, I expected to-In the basement.- VY.R''I''IEI' IN!'.,

Save at ..A&Pl-Speciall-Jane Parker'Delicious' K-Partly cloudy: through of the pet shop htdaw I..".... the of Tat lot day C.rllflnal.or JUNE.No.A. n.D.
I Tuesday. Continued rather cool ('Copiers Seeking The "baby" boa escaped from IK6I, h.. filod MOM In my"orflc.
..
A Intensive and h mad /
Mafia its cage Thursday. fairly in application fora
Sicily's with low tonight around SO lax ded la b. U.urd hereon
search In the shop failed said c.riltlrse..mbnoe. th, fnl.
Florida Five Day Forecast Downed PilotJACKSONVILLE to turn up the snake. lowlnadrxrllMd: propirtr !In th' .
Pies IChief Caught County of Polk, 8UU of Florida.
snake
Mineard said the posed to.WII:
: Temperatures through Saturdaywill I N.C. AP- little danger because it Is too South 110 Ft of North ISO Ft.
average two to five degrees ( of w..t tin I<'e. of NRit: of
In' Apartment below normal. Normal high i Marine helicopters searched an young to have much crushing KWU of 8VH4. S..-tlo.. 1.
;
tl .
Township '
strength. Boas are not poison Huu' Rant (SIn
I range from 67 at Tallahassee to area about 20 miles south south Fn.4
.....
t REG, II I PALERMO, Sicily (AP) 77 at West Palm Beach and Miami. west of Jacksonville today for ous. aald .m.nt MrtlMrat of aId aurd pmprrtrunilrr ...aaIn
49c Mafia chief Petro Torreth, Normal lows range from I lh. n.m. of JOHN I, WALK.
I wanted for more than dozen 44 Tallahassee to HI at Orlando an Air Force pilot(;who ejected Fart. Hi tint"., lh. aald r.rtlfl-
I I at Red China Buying <.(. Khali ... rdi>.md ..,aecordln
4I murders, Including the booby- 59 at Miami and 66 in Key from his FlOG Super Saber Jet. to law ChI properly dMcrlbvd
.
trapping of a car that killed West Some scattered showers The pilot was identified by his bidder therein will b. aald to th. hliihmt,,
the
at CnurthfiUM door on
seven policemen June 30, was likely the first half of the week, home base Homestead AFB Australian Wheat:ho rir.t Monday In the month of
MAR<'II. 1984. whlrh la tr. Ind
:
: trapped In bed. mainly over ,the northern sec- Fla, as Capt. Eugene LexlonJr. day of MAI1LH. nu.
I i Police said the tions. l..t.l """ IUh day of JANU-
Sono PIphtl. year-old ., of Bateiville, Ohio. Homestead MELBOURNE (AP) Red ARY. loss
A l. gangster was armed but that China's government has paid ( : )
T.ni I national police and soldiers QUEEN MOTHER HONORED officials said Lexion was the equivalent of $29.1 millionfor SfcALIH. H .KLOAV. JR.Cl.rk .
f the rii-cult
moved ao fast Into his apart making a rendezvous with a Australian wheat seven Court
The city of Augusta Ga., was of folk County, FloridaIN
ment on the edge of Palermo named by its founder, James KC135 tanker of the Strategic months In advance, authorities Trsrn

- - - Saturday night that he could Oglethorpe, for Princess Augusta Air Command Sunday night.A disclosed Saturday.The I Nonce TMI COUNTY TO e".DITO"1 JUDOS

not fire. mother of King George spokesman at the New River money, part payment for COURT IN AND FOR
The began of The Marine Air 118 million bushels bought from FOLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
government a III England. city beganas facility near IN RK FHTATK OF
Save at A&P/-Spec/a/MU/ Flavors Marvel crackdown on the secret crime a fort 'in 1735 and Is the sec Jacksonville said boats also the 1962-63 wheat crop, was not KKTURAHA WILSON.
.........
gang last summer ,and oldest city In the stale were searching the river. due until September. To All Creditor. and J>.roon. Hay.In .d.
CI.Ima or 1I..nd. A..ln.t

laid You I:1otalOl,:and each of you are hereby

Ice Cream V2 Gal 49c clalma notified and to file demnnda In duplicate wMch you all: I

have ac"l""t the souls of KET1IKAMA
On. WILSON deeeaaed In the
,'f,,'e of Hlcherd A, Broneon.
I' .,untr Judas, at hie office In the r
1 e ,,t H.U.. at Hartow. Florida,

Save at A&PSpecialPage; Really Fine '. "vlthli'.b.u.,.sit, a.ealrndar 1'8'. wCl mmnthe,h I.from the
Q +4v. dais of lh. flat nuhllratlii of
i 1"1. nollr. Iw.h: ......In or demand
afJ ant sort 4i ees T't '", nt b* In ..rtlimint! \ atat 5k.pla .
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or h. 'I.I"a..1 mural h..wna .
Qt.Ja. 49c to and boil h. flied ..
Mayonnaise coma afi>rraald void. or *l.a aaiiia will b..

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trbruary T. UAI
TO WHOM IT MAY ('OII/'ERS:
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1100 ('h.". Impois Y9AIIK45
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February. 1M4, at Cnmnierclal,
66.6 FERTILIZER ?\ CRISP FRESHCARROTS HSO i' Credit Corp.. 1401 "0. .'1.. .
; Lakeland .... 1'ha proieedn of
the .. will be applied flat to
I'i
Lb \ r the payment of the route of retaking .
115 ptorlne and .. of old
Bog Or \ 2 2Lb 29>t i n, f fii llcatliin motor vehlile of notli and of tre..met. and of puh.thento
BogsEASTERN i 'j the aatUfiu'tlon of the halame
50-Lb. 450 1 due under the contract with Mr.
Jamee Howard smith
Bogs For J.1 eoverlnc
WHITEPOTATOES the flnanclna; of aald motore.
: ..
Mcle
Any eurplun will. paid to
i" you and you will remain
: liable
i (< Mercury: for any balance remaining: unpaid
4.7.5 FERTILIZER under nail contract.COMMERCIAL.

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I W. L. Brown
5O97 .j, Bog !;.,,:,id:,:. and a championship record to back it up I'.t51 Collection )I.n....
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i ARNYARD GEM F: NOTICE TO'CRIOITORS
4 50o Lb. 385 ; cow so-io. $179 !: Daytona. Pikes Peak wherever the competition-modified big cars meet. the consistent winnerin IN THE COUNTY JUDOfS

l J i MANURI top I ', the medium-price class is Mercury. And, for the same reasons, you'll find it a great road car. A FOLK COURT COUNTY.IN AND FLORIDA FOR
IN Rr: TBrATK: OP
?:::1"A':: *; !rrrr\ 1 solider, more substantial ride. Easier handling. Up to 319 pounds more heft than other mediumpricecars. MARTIN U WILKINs

., Example: the big 390 cu. in. V-8 that's standard equipment. Yet for all its extra muscle, To All rredltora and Pereona D..d Han'
J ln[ c'lalma or Damanda ,
Mercury's look is trim, lithe, elegant. And so luxurious! Great road car? Yes. At your Mercury dealer's. Said kalale. : Against I
You and eath of you, are here

; ferSav8 Only Phiftomp 3004 s. Fla. Aye. Drive a Winner-at the "Home of Champions"-Your Mercury Dealers Jaime hats hy notified ataln.1 and lo drmanda the file a'lIIt.'In duplluato which ot: M..lln you oil


??. Get Fine Gilts Faster I LINCOLN MERCURY' DIVISION I 4 e1Nd :>I MOtOd COMPANY 4,f Wllklnu Rkh.rb: dmrea.nd.--: Rruo.on In ,the County oKln. .
iep Lok.aild,
StoreD Judge at Ma office In the Court I '
t (.IItAY ATLANTIC t PACtflC TfA COMfANV MC A.Vpcnf Ho.... at Barlow. Florida, within..
AT CLAUDE JENKINSLINCOLNMERCURY id* calendar monthe from ebru
I urn 10, I9.4. which I. the dale or
8:30 A.M. the fiat publication of thla noticeKach .
I INC. claim or demand mu.t be in..ruing .
muet atate the place ofrraldeme
rrleee In Uil. ad ere eeee) and pout office ..,d.....

threuell WM.W.It" 941 E. Main St. Lakeland, Fla. Phone 682-6151 and..f the niunt tlalmanl... filed. mu.t.. .be afur.naId sworn or to;
alee eam will betome vi d.
Peeruery &: I Open fvtniitji 'Til t And All Day Saturday For Tier C.nvini.iKe 11 llnlirtAV W RASHr-ORO

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Reba Pickard Seeks To Create F1 ,



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'Ciimate Of Learning' At HomeBy



LUCIA MYERSTo "One of the greatest thing a parent can do

I II to create a climate of learning the home." JA

create "a climate of learning" !In the Mr*. Pickard heard a speaker say that at an

home-(hat la one of the greatest thing a parent institute In Gainesville when she was president f

can do for a child. Aa mother and II of Dixieland Parent-Teacher Association :She:

teacher, Mn. A. Marquis Pickard hi found has tried to do that for her own children, roc '

that principle at work, where an enthuslaam Betty who la a senior at Lakeland High 1

for book exist School and Don, who I II In the sixth grade at
Aa chairman of the women'a division of the Dixieland School.

United Fund of Greater Lakeland for the 1964 Three yeara ago Mr, and Mr*. Pickard and

campaign, she faces many busy week But on the children went on a long trip to the WestIn

a quiet rainy day aha took time for talk about a small trailer they took equipment for

book camping In the national park. On some of
$ IRN v $ The Florida room of the Pickard home at the long stretches of highway In the West, Mr*.

506 West Maxwell Drive look out on a wooded Pickard and Betty took turn, reading aloud

space-with a half-fallen eucaplyptu tree a* from book of mythology i

the moat picturesque spot That tree tell "Why mythology?" she echoed the ques

something of the family that live there. Their tion. "Well Betty I II studying Latin-and what

love of trees prompted them to preserve ft better way to absorb some background material .

at the 45-degree angle, and they have been than to combine It with a vacation trip?

rewarded by new growth springing up along And Donald became to interested In mythologythat PLANNING PROGRAM-Miss Cornelia Menges left Lakeland artist who will peak on

the slanting trunk. he did not have to wait until he get to "Paintings In Our.Midst" tomorrow night at a meeting of the Faculty Women'a dub of Florida .

Books, Boat, Pet that subject: In school." Southern College, shows some of her water colon to the program committee Mr*. JohnB.

For the boy and girl who are growing up Bully Subdued Funderburg Jr., Mr*. Russell O. MrTtae and Mr. Downing Barnitx.

in the Pickard home, there are books and The power of book In life' turning point ---

boat.* and pets. Two boat-one for fishing was. Illustrated by a story which Mr*. Pickard Bertha Cole 'Paintings In Our Midst'Faculty I
MRS. CHARLES W. DICKSON and the other a larger family-cite boat are selected from her teaching experience in

parked in the driveway Two parrots two Lakeland elementary schools, year ago.
rabbits. and a dog are domiciled there. In the An overgrown boy who wa a trouble- Music Club Women's Program 1

Miss Marilyn Canady And Florida room in their large cages, Polly and maker landed In her classroom (In the fifthor

George the talkative golden-head Mexican sixth grade). She assigned him to a desk Meet SlatedBertha Members of the Faculty and two national honoraryfine

Rev. Mr. Dickson parrots listened quietly to the literary con: In the back of the room where he could not Women' Club of Florida art fraternities, Delta
Marry attract much attention. However he became
v.rs.tlon-wlth scarcely a comment of their Cole Music Club Southern College will take a Phi Delta and Kappa PI.
10 noisy that she lent him to pit In the hall
Miss Marilyn Canady became Mr*. S. E. Canady, sister- own. volume which for several periods, until she could decide how will meet tonight at 7:30 look at "Paintings in Our Before coming to Lakeland

j the bride of the Rev. In-law of the bride, and Mr*. Mr*. Pickard opened tie a travel, her Inter. to handle the problem.She o'clock at the home of Mrs. Midst" at their meeting at 8 she taught art at three Institutions
,
family
Charles W. Dickson pastor Ed Golden, aunt of the bride, bring est in together ancient civilizations and her love of moved him to a desk, next to her own, Charles Kelts, 609 Easton p.m. tomorrow In the college' Judson College In

of Abiding Savior Lutheran were bridesraatrons. They It Richard Halliburton' travel gave him a book of simple stories for third Drive. 'The hymn of the Eleanor Searle DrawingRoom. Marlon, Ala, Bowling Green

Church In Winter Haven, Inan were dressed like the honor at book poetry."The Glorious was Adventure." grade students, and told him that all he had month "This I I. My Father'sWorld State University In Ohio, and

I afternoon at St. ceremony Paul Lutheran yesterday tendant.Attend Bridegroom The book wa originally given In 1931 to to do wa to read those stories "Any time ," will be presented by The speaker will be Miss New Jersey State Teacher,
In Arcadia you come across a word that you do not Cornelia Menges, Lakeland College, and worked five year
Church. Chuck Minshew was best her father, Hugh G. Jones a lawyer Mrs Lisle Stratton Mrs. B.
Club for Ms know ask me quietly," she told him. artist, who will also exhibit on the New York staff of the
The bride I Ia the daughter of man. Ushers were S. E. by the Aeolian Music Study L. Calhan will give current
He labored the stories of her oil and MacMillan Co.
over gradually mastering some paintings Publishing
brother of the bride services to the club when his wife was itspresident
| Mr and Mr. E. R. Canady, Canady, event.
them-until the proud day when he water colors. The meeting will be "men'anight
Mr. brother-in-law of He in turn presented it to his
Loper,
1538 S. King Ave. Mr EdnaI
"Parade of American Mu. and husband have'
could read She then hint ,
one perfectly. sent Formerly of Florida South.
bride and Howell.A "as memento of
the 1948 a
Dickson of Gulfport I. thebridegroom' Wynn daughter on Christmas
I held In the down to the third grade room to read the sic" i* the theme, Mr. A. M. ern' art department faculty been invited to Join club member
reception was
mother. those golden day.
story aloud to those underclassmen. Abilityto Pickard, director Miss Menges Is a member of In exhibiting their paintIng -
hall. Miss ,
church fellowship book stimulated Interest in travelto program
A. "This my
The Rev. R. Hlngst, .
saved him chronic the Lakeland Art Guild the *
read book from
a being a
Carol Wesche kept the bride'shook. about has announced
pastor, performed the ceremony far- ff places, my wish to know more : Florida Federation of Art, Co-chairmen of the program
after a program of nup Also assisting In the ancient civilizations. And it connect up with problem.To The following program by committee are Mrs John B.
music hospitalities were Mr*. L. W. she paid "Here on the provide the "climate of learning" in her
tial presented by my love for poetry American men composer Funderburg Jr., Mr. RussellG.
Mr. Hugh Varn, soloist, and Wesche, Mrs. Lyle Spiering first page Halliburton described how Tenny. home she keeps up her own enthusiasm for will be presented: Kappa Gamma McRae and Mr. Downing

Theodore Harre, organist Mr. Wayne Spiering and Mire son's poem 'Ulysses' inspired him to explora reading and study. For example, Betty was Piano, in Meet SlatedKappa Barnitz.
Pat Funderburk. He those line, ending with To going to take a course in "Americanism versus "Holiday Spain"Gllleck Assisting them a* hostesses
Wear Silk, Lace tion. quotes
After wedding tour of ( ) Mr Marshall
a ,
to find'," Communism. Mr. Pickard went downto will be Mr*. Robert S. Bly.
Delustured silk taffeta over-. Florida's eait coast the strive, to seek Written On Margin the public library and found a book on Rus Goddard; vocal "Twenty Gamma chapter of Mrs James O. Bush and Mrs
laid with Chantilly lace formed will live in Winter Ha. Comment Kappa Delta Phi sororitywill
couple Frank E. Poland.
which her sia' early I1I.toryhleh she began reading Third Psalm" (Mallotte),
out the comment .
the bride' gown, which ven at 696 Ave. C, SE. She pointed have a business meeting -- -
'bad a fitted bodice entirely father had Inscribed on the margin In his eagerly for her and Betty to exchange ideas Mrs. Frank R. Cole; readings tonight at 8 o'clock at First

of lace. An overlay of lace flowing handwriting. His Imagination had "I don't try to push the children. Climate "Original Poetry," Mrs. Federal Community room, The Hunt In Pease C...
for the Wm
detailed the front of the Troemel Art been stirred by the book to produce a poetic I I. the word to remember. Growth will take Stratton i vocal, "Come Where Grove Park. Mrs. Rudy Dlurlmln.tln n
VISITEVERETT '
v modified bell skirt. A tiaraof concept of his own: "Habit and experience place at its proper rate, if the climate. I I. favorable My Love Lie Dreaming"Forter Crowder, president, will pre

pearl and crystal held In Sarasota turn the tide-the spring tlde-lnto a tidal ," she added. ( ), Mr. Ellen Mehargand side.Committee & OLIVE
her veil of silk illusion The wave and Richard la wept to distant place on She has found that there' a test in discovering Mil Catherine Young; report will be BEAUTY SALON

lace-covered Bible she carried it Irresistible crest." new book and re-dlacovering old piano, "Rosemary" (Bridge), given by Mr*. Jim Shuffler pvr.ITT M. acres P"OP.

was topped with a white ExhibitionFifteen As Reba Jones of Arcadia Mr*. Pickard one. Recently she went to Orlando for lunch Mrs. Sue Fowler; and violin, and Mr*. Conley Hall. Cempltt P.rm.n.itt. 4rom Waver $750
*-
orchid and stephanotis in a home which was rich In its love and, to her own surprise, came back with a selected Mrs Charles Pope. Refreshment will be served Then. err Sv.. k, seal upOM
grew up
Mr*. Richard Loper of Bar- paintings of by Winter Jean of book Her'lr.ndmother. Mr*. John Lee book she'd spied in a department ..tore"Inst.nt be Mrs.co-hostess.F. J. McMahan will by Mr*. Rudy Crowderand 1033 S. Flo. Ave, MU 6.5991
Wlllhlte Troemel Mr. Ann
tow attended her sister as 97 old Introduced her to Math Lyon.
year
exhibit at the Jonas, now
Haven are on
matron of honor, wearing a world of legend and fairy tale*. "She
Art Gallery in the
Longboat Key
: street.length sheath dress of Dabs
All
L and
Aladdin
exhibition will told the stories of
SarasoU. The me ,
blue lace with flowing lace yy
hundred time
be to the public through and over-probably a
open over
waist
overskirt caught at the Friday. She knew them, word for word. But with each PORTRAIT HOUSE
matching silk organza
by a Ten of the painting are portrait repetition, she made them pound a* if they
carried pink
bow. She a large "
on loan for the exhibition were Just happening before our eyes, Mrs.
chrysanthemum.j
them the portraitof
among Pickard recalled.Her Surr
Mr*. James (Chris) Sikes father led her Into Bible storks and DALLAS' FINESTis
of Lakeland. of
claps
School
a Sunday
"He taught
/ Weelc'sSPECIALS Mr*. Troemel1 contemporary poetry. and at home we heard echoes of

portrait approach I Ia aid his young preparation men, for that cI.... He would make coming to LakelandINTRODUCTORY
to be unique among portraitartists with the tribe of 1-
In that each subject Is charts-such a* the one
treated In an individual style, rael on it. That one I Ia still "hanging on the

the subject' personality setting back of a closet door at home she added.
k.,. 59. Pint of the Mind OFFER
the treatment por Poems On Her .

LAVACOLALCOHOL trait. "He liked to make speeches and quote poetry
The artist was formerly an
In them. absorbed some of those poem
instructor the Lakeland Art
at
him recite them. Such a* Longfellow' -
Guild studios at Tlgertown by hearing Wendell ANY ONE PERSON ANY AGE
Life' and Oliver
of
29* and now teaches at Ridge Art Psalm
Chambered Nautllu I find
Center, Winter Haven.A Holmes' The
prize-winning artist In the line from those poem running through my"

4.98 ElectricHEATING general field of painting, Mrs mind when I'm busy here at home by myself, j Regular

Troemel has had many one- she added.
PADS man shows In Florida and has Her mother Introduced her to Ae op'* Fable i

been represented In Juried from a small book which the family

shows from Atlanta to Miami. owned. Mr. Jones helped to organize the 850 ValueONLY
298 Arcadia Literary Club and la now working on REBA PICKARD curled up with good

Woman's Club To a history- of it. book.


I REG. 1.50 BOXSTATIONERY Meet In Bartow Did Your Dress Shrink? Moose Women

I BARTOW James W. Meet TomorrowFor
Jackson of Bradenton. television
And See
On Scales
Instructor of "Amer. Step ProgramWomen
88'SHOWER
icanism vs. Communism" for
?
WEDU-TV, will talk on. that By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN of the Moose will

PLASTIC subject at the meeting of What has 'happened to me? she thought, meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at A (

Bartow Woman' Club at the THIS can't be the dress I bought! the Moose Lodge Lake Park. 98
CAP Civic Center tonight ,at 8 The cleaner have shrunk It a lot, I won
o'clock. er Drive. Mrs. Clyde Scott,
To make me look like what I'm not
Mr. M. Sand club president senior regent, will preside

4DRYPER* ) said the business meet. suddenly assaulted her pride The hospital chapter night ,
Ing will begin at 7:30.: Other Memory "aside. program will be sponsored by
civic clubs have been Invitedto With a sly and mean and naughty Mn.,
committee members,
the turkey and ham? f All Person Under
those saucer
hear the talk. A displayof Remember George Davit, who will Introduce
PADS books on Americanism and THEY all made you what you am.Hasn't Mr, A. S. Henry member 18 Must BeAccompanied

Communism available at the of the college of regents.
to with leg and hip muscles.
it ever happened your
will be displayed
public library cleaner Return arm and leg to starting Mrs. Henry will present By
1/2 PRICE by the librarian, Mr. you? It II I true that
Bernice Holm. do sometime shrink our position. Bend your right Mrs. Sam Frost and Mrs. Parent
clothe, but when waist ud- knee and do the same thing. Ralph Carter, former deputy
Mis Charlotte Van 1C

Quart Bottle chairman. program dent) become tight or our Continue, alternating left and grand regents, who receivedred
dresses pull across the hipsit right. and black tassel at the

HAND LOTIONor CLEAN FIRE SCREENTo la time to Jump onto the Good For AbdomenThe mid-winter conference In St.
keep your fire screen scales. Make sure that it lathe following exercise is Petersburg A class of candidates ONE 8 x 10 SILVERTONEGROUP
SHAMPOO clean, cleaner' fault and not splendid for the abdomen and will be enrolled in
supplement dusting by
yours. Just five pound can waistline and also for pads of their honor.
scrubbing periodically with hot Miss Davis and committee SITTINGS TAKEN ON APPROVAL NO CHARGE
88'SMA and, make this difference.At fat over the back. Lie on the
water soap or detergent
suds this time of year, following floor on your back with your members will serve refresh .
WIDE SELECTION .
OF PROOFS
the holidays, all of us are legs straight and your arm ments.
"suspect. Also during the resting on the floor overhead. Member of the college of
Baby Milk Fashion winter months most women Raise your arms forward overhead regent have been asked to

exercise les*. This allows any as you come to a sitting wear caps and gowns. Other THREE DAYS ONLY
23< Can Forecasts 100% extra padding to settle In a position. Slide your hands member are to wear formal

$5.00 die most unattractive pattern down your legs until you can gown. MONDAY FEBRUARY 10th

Dacron CrepeThe Need Exercises grasp your ankles (if possible).
TUESDAY
FEBRUARY lUh
For the sake of our figure, Now return to starting posi -
BATHROOMSCALES who consensus of fashion experts as well as our health, we tion. Continue. Do this .. Heirloom Group WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12th
were polled In a recent -
should take some exercises at smoothly as possible. Plans ProgramA
; convention overwhelminglyselected .
home to make up for the
the new 100-i dacron 9 AM. TO 8 P.M.
swimming and golf and tennis If you would like to have program on Wedgwood
usually referred to
crepes as and other outdoor. activI- my "Essential Daily Routine" will be presented by Mr. H.
5.99 "whipped cream, for the number
ties we enjoyed during milder which gives you seven exercises E. Halden and Mrs. G. I.
. one fabric for Sprlnal4.. e NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY .
weather. that are especially effect Cloud at the meeting of the
CI1ber,'*, The House of 1000 The following I* a good general tive In correcting the most Heirloom Group of the Antique INQUIRE AT FRONT DESK .
TUCKER'SDRUG Fabrics is following this trend exercise. It give your usual feminine figure defects, Collector Club.

and featuring an extensive shoulders and arm and leg send a tamped, aelf-addressed The group will meet

STORE range of solid and print from a workout and stirs, up the envelope with your request for Wednesday at 19 a.m. at the LUELL MOTEL
$198 to $298 yd. available at abdominal muscles too. Stand it to Josephine Lowman in home of Mrs. Lucille B.

321 N. MOM. Ave. your local Gilberg's store at tall. Bend your left knee up care of The Ledger Munn, 315 W Beacon Road.

106 I. MAIN ST In front of you. Grasp the Tomorrow "Strain Is Gad Mr. Herbert Phillips and 1337 EAST MAIN ST. LAKELAND
MU Z.J 173 knee with both hands. Pull up To A Certain Extent But Mr*. G W, Phillips are host
....
hands as resist Then Watch
with your you Out asses. .



David Pauls Marries Lakelanders' Son Weds Miss ThompsonWill let's Go To Meeting This Week


Miss Gunn Of Miss In DallasDALLAS Become __ !
Georgia Creacy TOO"" ,mt. Asp ana .......1oCI) .HIM >olnLAKILANP BALI CANOI, ALUMNI MKVUIW
0157105 ana 5O.nlnutM.tbS. 1
Mrs. ..
Thompson .OPTIMIST CLUB O LAK.LANS ART CLUP .a. Mlat n k 7 38 p m. .
He olw. 'to *J* at MUninMnfeut ...r ..uruto* Oompur.
DECATUR. Ga.-Miss Mar- formed the double-ring cere Mr and Mrs night at ROM Avenue Baptist V. .t iyBr.rt.ffl 1 ...81. M IL15Y poet i, 110m.52 lI'tk' tin. Nia!=:l KaBr ld i*miuuotortAKfLAN Airport wlta ota :. act.'T";: ... DAM
Miss
tha Dean' Gunn became the ninny Norman Eugene Singleton Church will make their home Thompson will become Batumi. aXCNAN05 CLUB Idd4 a' 1.3D ._. al Ma..s .,
bride of David Edgar Paula A program of wedding mu. who were married Saturday In Dallas at 2323 Hailett. Mrs Thompson In a St Valen M.trd LAK/LAND em usNtan a:1t:3: vajkM amtAKUANB 1.30 .p.. lot th. CaMI KuUuranlLAKSLAN DluMNUN. .WEDNISDAYLAKm.AN.
ROTARY CLUB U ISB
Jan 17 In the Rutland Chapelof ale was presented by Mrs The bride, the former Miss tine's Day wedding. ceremony at M"D N rU..AY CLUB. 7 90ToKtWHO1 m/NORTNAsssCLINIC.t thi> r""o>t nituruit f 30 U, i JO SNinHt CLUB m..le
First Baptist Church. Dwight Phillips organist and Karen Lee Creacy, li the here. / amoa l L.k>lud BnilMM JiullluH .'Jlr'DCIaT.: II 1., l.i"'p.'n

The bride It the daughterof Miss Martha WInn, soloist daughter of Mr and Mrs William Frank Thompson, North T .p.... at Mareli ToTTMAtTilOcma lUiuu. .' B,11en iponxind! I 'Rnt br" erlv.IANOOI.I l. lAMl1ANDT.Ml 'be'u: Ini rt rl H Imtriulor>t 10 oil CpLUS palnuna Mn MirrC IfeMIM
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Gunn Chantilly Lace Wesley Creacy Mr. .and PYTNIAN 515TE55 Cornalla Mmim at 10 .an,
N dbTlet et .
Gilmore Avenue and Mrs Ellen :::"NLL.0m,5505 ., claw. oil 5.01,1.Cb4rl"M1ANoadT .
.
and the bridegroom la the son The bride, given In marriageby Mrs Glen Ellsworth Singleton Winston PTA a m.O M alhuul DN SO p m Inilruclor la
of Mr and Mrs Edgar B her father, wore a gown of 922 Queen St. Lakeland Fla. Gamble of Tampa have \:. PLOfmOM BIVIBIOMtOCOMOTIVI -: ; \ : 'portrait..... UuUu. 1 JO.g Win JI
Paula of Lakeland, Fla. peau de sole designed with a are the bridegroom's parents. announced the approaching Meets TomorrowWinston CIA TN. 5eoTN,5Hoo..NG'....... LOS; LOR L ., aadmmleuauoa Dandl...
The Rev. Harold Zwald per scoop neckline, adorned with 1 Dr. Robert H. Taylor, pas marriage of their daughter. Elementary School m tOOLP/OouDtrv Club :S.t 'WMArfl ,m' -:qm.Hm JUNI05 I IWo':'""--. CLUB a ,.. I
Chantilly lace reembroidered Association a m, In ..5,5555 'VlTNLIIMltM':: I
Parent-Teacher :
of Ross Avenue
tor ODI
Church, RAkrl.InmeaL SHRINI t. *
Ellen to
with sequins and pearls The performed the ceremony.The Mary Thompson, will meet tomorrow at 7:30pm Memo u1I t'.t'0Iro:.. i"u" perss Of' WHITC CHDIN. Of Tempi JIRUtAlIM*.

full skirt which terminatedIn bride's sister, Miss Patricia Roy A Thompson, son of Mr. at the school.A 001 c.yr:'J.: ':M'i,:: : S RATIONAL' AND A55n.VtTIHAN OCIATON p RAILWAY of fTIKIO f

a chapel train, also had motifs Jean Creacy, was maid and Mrs. Frank Thompson skit, "A Founder's Day be.ement! .NP' wmtcr hls.noll.rultor. IaWe /Mnoraekpel.lurk tabit at aervh.o.n.. Brim
i : _
of reembroidered lace. Her of honor. Bridesmaids were 1031 Chase St. Vision," will be presented by led etaD. Iny/ted. J

veil of Imported Illusion was Miss Gloria Wilson, Mist Suzanne The couple will exchangevows PTA members and Mrs. Vic ..I
caught to a tiara of seeded Singleton of Lakeland toria Torkea sixth graders
at 7:30 Friday at
pearls, and she carried a bouquet sister of the bridegroom, and : p.m. and Mrs. Varian Rutledge'isecond
the home of the MORE BILLS
bridegroom'sparents.
of white orchids showered Miss Paula Conray of Denton. graders.Refreshments.
with atephanotis She James Ellsworth Singletonof All friends and relatives will be servedIn
I wore as her only jewelry a St. Louis, Mo, was best are Invited to attend the the cafeteria after the THAN YOU CAN

iIIbt. pearl necklace, gift of the man. Groomsmen were Gary wedding and reception to fol- meeting.A ?
bridegroom.Maid. Singleton of Lakeland, WilLiam HANDLE
Of Honor Creacy Jr. of Dallas, Terre low.The BLANKET RULE
Miss Sharon Stafford was Robbins of Longvlew, Tex .bride elect attended

maid of honor. The bridesmaids as, and Gary Monle of Dallas Kathleen Senior High School. When you launder fine wool %<#"K will pay you to find out how .I :
wool
blankets the setting or
were Miss Anne Dendy A wedding trip to Arkansaswas The use :
E prospective bridegroom effective our consolidation loan plan ,*,
and Miss Cindy Bickerstaff, planned by. the newlyweds the fine fabric setting on your f '"
attended Lakeland Senior automatic washer. Wash and air Po. The cash you need can be In your hands" +
cousin of the bride. They wore The bride is a graduateof
School and Is employedby almost as oon sa ask for It I
High woolens often to help protect i you
Identical gowns of Royal blue Highland Park High School. W ( ,
CT ,
peau de sole, and carried bouquets The bridegroom is a graduate Armour Agricultural them from damage by insects a

of white Fugl chrysanthemums of Lakeland Senior High Chemical. Co.., Fort. Meade. and dust. I
-- AND THE
PAYMENT TERMS
and carnations School and attended the University
tinged with pink MRS. NORMAN EUGENE of Florida at Gainesville ARE EASY ON YOUR POCKETBOOR. jo
John Pattiilo was best man. SINGLETON Asthma Formula PrescribedMost

Gunn Usher-groomsmen brother of the were bride Bill, Flower Show Judges: By Doctors-Available loam up rjjji I la $600

Jimmy Loyd Henry Peabodyand
sf, David Gunn. I Religious Groups'Meeting I Meet On WednesdayLakeland Now Without Prescription
A reception was held In the Calendar G. A.C. FINANCE

.. church parlor. Council of Flower Stops Attacks in Minutes Relief Lasts for Hours I COR P 0 RAT I 0 N
After wedding trip to New Show Judges will meet Rw r-ToA N.: Y,(Rpw41)-Th,asthmaIn tlnp tabled. erll.d Prl.mta...
Orleans, the bridal couple will TODAY pr..eribd morn tilers ant Tb.w Prlmateno Tablets opt. AMOUNT PAYM5P4 'I .0.
MRS. DAVID E. PAULS OITOLIO 51SL5. SO MOO Lnlqht Wednesday at 8:30: a.m. at ether b5 doetoro for their prlvat. bon.hlallubl.. 100M. es..tion
reside in North Augusta S.C. cln.1 at s pm' ., ..hool, pal0nta b now.r.ll.bl. asthma TOu GET 14 MONTHS 70 MONTHS II MONTHS "MONTHS
1370 5.. Me.LYTNESAN at 1 Blvd.CN5,5T .. 5aadsT the home of Mrs George B. au Rsr.n without \';f.rmnl.withNl.:. : pN rot'J"j: :; l ::!o.. All S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7,55Aedlcal
chool altff meet 8pm. at horn Merrill Jr. 1342 Lake Parker beta proud this
Mrs. SpencerPTA Kathleen PTA of Mn David roUora: : 1127 Swin 5tap.uthmut4ck51nmlaut.and: Th.ntie-Prlm."Duombl" t60.00 S 9.19 to.7 11.67 t6.11
dell BOKl Drive Mrs Ira H. Englishwill /Ire Itour.0' 'r..o". from 0500 a mdlelnN. (l I. full pr.ucrlptlon 425.00 24.86 28.35 30.6 42.5(
To Plan ProjectKathleen TuuDAYAPOSTOLIC ftn. 0' painful asthma sumo, 5700/t h) met .11',1. I. ,.
DelegateTo I.ILI I SCHOOL 1331I be co-hoateas.The Tit"" lonnull la .1f..U.I that aombln.Uoa ffoundde asthma dl.troa. 600.00 34.39 39.34 4 2.66 59.35
ElementarySchool Manorial. BIrd.. DIM .1.... ., 18th chapter of "De It t. thl phrilelan'.INding' a.thma E.h, prterm5. a .p..lal pnrpoN.pn5erl ,
Conference a. pm flan-.oul..h.nu.dn 80 loolc 'orward".1..,a' allrh" 126 West M. Street
Teacher As COMMUNITY DISLC CLASS 710 sign for Flower .I..d .. .
Parnt of Mr.. Htllla Miller. Arrangers" that new It en ba .Id. and frsdora from asthma spa.mb
land Florida
Parent.Teacher Association soclation will meet tomorrowat ils.V.NTN D Y ADVENTIST' wrtf by Dorothy W, Rlester will be without pr.Neiptla I. sal stales Oet PrI.'Da at asr drogitanS r.lephone lair. 686.5193
...
t IOrl.tr, 9 :IO c m t 57144 N
j delegate, Mrs Sam Spencer 7:45: p.m. in the school town Mn. M.r H >,aln., IradrrODAC1 reviewed by Mrs Walter .
LUTHIHAN DotTU
IFOUPnwtlna ------ -- --
f of Lakeland will attend the cafetorlum > 30 .in. church council .
first conference to be held at All parent and Interested "cmtirr1luTHtRAN' efclldrtnaronllrm.llon
FICUS On-The-Bay resident have been Invited to "II adult Information rhea, 4 pm I..,...al.McI VPWV ...
person
center in St. Petersburg. lull
'f"I'H LEtTMIRAM
,
attend this meeting to discuss BcOIlt aOBmltaWUeWtl -
This residence conference ke 5555710. mT.
: ..I3iL'4- ,
{ 10ClnY
I center Is being operated by and decide on the project 1. .PT..T..
the Florida Institute for Con. which must be begun Immediately Woman i jtlltilonarr Union itudrcourx (
.( 1 30 p m Dr Klum emllh J,
tinuing University Studies I It was announced.A ol Unlvcrillr ol south Florida *IU I
(FICUS) In its newly renovated program will be presented teach

quarters, formerly the by the second graders, under -
Maritime Base the direction of Mrs INCOME TAX
State PTA chairmen of the Duncan. NEW ECONOMY PREMIUM !
Cat your JI cut earlyl 1
committees on safety, civil A Bg Scrvlca
defense, citizenship, parent Florida's five supported R. G. JENNINGS
and family I life education, universities
..
101 N Florida "vPhonn
health and mental health have The conference will adjournat MU a.IUO MU S.14TJai
Ynre .t P.n. Tic ........
worked with FICUS personnel noon Wednesday
In developing the plans for I
this conference. They and the
state president of PTA, Mrs REBELS QUARTET Esso Plus

Myron Blee, Tallahassee will
participate In the program to
assure its usefulness to PTA ALL NIGHT SING


officers from councils.local and committee units and leaders county Featuring the hot new mjddle-grade gasoline


Theme of the conterence Is w IN PERSON

"Safety, Survival and Sanity," The labels
and interwoven throughoutwill
be thoughtful approaches The Statsimsn

to the question, "How can we t a Blackwood Bret. gives most cars full power
learn to live with the stressesof '

our complex modern society City Auditorium '
with the crisis-follow.
ing-crisis which has become LAKELAND, FLA.

normal Registration in every is at day 9 living a.m. to?" FRIDAY NIGHT for about 20 lessa gallon than

morrow followed by the key. FEB., 14th .
note address by Dr Leslie S.
Malpass of the University of THI STATESMEN 8 P.M. TILL ?

South Florida At the break. TICKETS) Adults $2.00-Childrtn "".., 12 75.
fast Wednesday morning. Dr '
Myron Blee, director of FI ON SALS Aft major-brand premiums -
IIMMI"I Texaco IIIII/IC. IN I., MilPi Dr. I..k..n''
CUS will the
explain off-cam S "IIIIL' T""CTO" CO P1.15, City
pus program of the State University HaRels TIII"CO II""IC' Mu11.erY, {
System and plans for JORDSNNr'S TY M I"LlI a II"I/IC. NIhs.M Ih..lnl Cmt.r.

using the conference center ala WTW5 OICK 10VC. AuburndIsf '
"branch campus" for all of

,
Ins i pt i 1 i
jeD
.

s ,
ORAL

NEWS FOR FLORIDA MOTORISTS!IIf .

you are driving your car on either a regular grade gaso

line or a major-brand premium, you may not be getting the +

tam i best value for your money! The great majority of cars'today it 1 l

I ROBERTS need more than a regular grade gasoline for top t I I

performance-but many of these do not need premium

gasolines selling for more than New Esso Plus,the economy 0 P L U S 1

11 premium This hot new middle-grade is the gasoline that's

just right for these cars. It has all the octane and perfor _

CRUSADE mance additives they need for full power.


NEW SAVINGS I If you are now using a major-brand t

premium, New Esso Plus may save you as much as 2 per .1 l

gallon-30 to 40 cents per tankful'with no sacrifice in t "t' ,

power.


NEW POWER If you now use regular gasoline, New ,
rt FOR PEOPLE OFt
Esso Plus can restore lost power for very little more than

you're now paying.. 1 1
p

t ALL FAITHS. I. Try a Hnkful at the sign of /yc3D 0f/u1Hiuitf1 S t\

*Most Esso dealers are independent businessmen and set Z

pi their own prices, but generally the price of new economy premium

Esso Plus much 2e lest than the
is as as per gallon
La; ;'. Services at
prevailing price of major-brand premium gasolines
2:00: pm & 7:3O: p m Daily

1J ''''''''' '''' '' ......... ........................ ....
All pa'l"ctrdt, fr't-pr'y'r"rdi givtn

8 +. out It 2.00 pm invlct only. : i k kEmo

H' ,. .

". .. .. .. j "Jj" Extra-the world I tint choirs In premium |a_
: line....beat for high-compussion ....illll uniurpatMd -
for power and performance.

ST. PETERSBURG I



INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ....... ...................................................................:

FEB. 11-16


(Robert P. DW..*t-Aftrnoon Sp.ak.r V.p Elll -Mlnl.t.r of Music HUMBLE
OIL & REFINING COMPANY AMERICAS LEADING ENERGY COMPANY MAKERS OF ESSO PRODUCTS
Paul Mlck.'laon-Organlat
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday. Feb. ID,1N4 11

t, Deadline Nears ,

/ ..; ; .. ..,' riM'4 ,"",. "ji.t; "'" ,

'; ,' :' lit : BOSN '
.NEWSi

For Auto Owners .

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I To ] STOCK MARKET FLASHESNEW I


1 Purchase of 1964 Florida unlikely

auto license plates in Lakeland ing 1964
has been lagging said tSI, YORK (AP-The stock and American Telephone up Vi Eastman Kodak opened on 2>

Mrs. Loii Morrison, managerof Feb. 20.Gov. market was narrowly mixed In at I44>4 on 2,000. 000 shares, up / at Jl9/.

the Auto Tag Bureau at the moderately active trading at the Colorado Fuel & Iron was unchanged American Photocopy eased VJ
American Legion building 614 to 10'/ on 1,500 shares.Fractional .
ing a opening today. at 13'/i on 1,000 shares
gains were made)
E. Orange St. that he
She said today the numberof Changes of most key stocks Texaco gained Vi at H% on by American Can, Santa Fe,

sales has been "100 aheadof him to were fractional 1,900 shires. Bethlehem Consolidated Edison

last year"-but warned this Opening blocks Included: Standard Oil (New Jersey) Caterpillar and Du Pont.

was not a good sign because "As American Tobacco up % at 28>/ton eased V it 81% on 1,500 shares. On Friday the Associated

the number of automobile registrations there ... 2,400 shares; Pennsylvania Sperry Rand opened on 4,000 Press average of 60 stock rose

in Lakeland Jumps stances Railroad off % at 30% on 2,000; shares up Vt at 19%. 1.6 to 293.S, a new high

by about 1,000 each year. tate my
Mrs. Morrison said the bu. to BLUE CHIPS

reau will remain open Saturday ingston law"r.

morning from 8:30: o'clockto in all '
noon for the benefit of late ily i GETME NEW
'i
hour auto tag purchasers at all : : ,' .I nlr.-, "".?w THINK, YogKQWCK1 THE
striving to meet next week's county
rAPCS oaecaazY!
Feb. 20 deadline on obtaining "It is

the new plates. Tags may vehicle

also be purchased at the bear In \

I Winter Haven American Le- chase in a Rcckvlll, Me, contest, Min Julie Joan (

4 glon and at the county office will .rewn In a centeir kolnf run hy the Whiter Hence

in. Bartow. She le see ef Unlvenlty ef Merylend'i re reentetlvei.
The bureau's regular hours in long

are from 8.30 In the morning rush t-rs
nl.rt.w
S in the .f. r
to evening. Monday Castro Action
through Friday "Any
No Extension Seen hicle *

In Tallahassee meanwhile after LATE

Florida Motor Vehicle Com. subject Provocation'WASHINGTON I

missioner Arch Livingston has and I The InvestorBy
issued another warning It is Florida Daily
Fidel Can ly the need for firm and def. controversy has been soften STOCKS

tro's action in cutting off the inite dealing with the Krem. ing.
"This is written less than WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. of a steady Investment pro'gram.
water supply to the Guantanamo lin's chosen trouble-maker in
,, .
ti-f
( Into
ate uoUll.tti ere
Bay naval base "appearsto the Carribean area and. for 24 hours after the shutdownof ...hot* M-ju-t hy Mile County. ...... I have always been surprised .
water service to the Guan- ro or Tho LMor4 That's the key to successful
of
the number
by my
have been
more an act of that matter all of the West.
deliberate provocation rather em Hemisphere," Rep. Haley tanamo base and by the time friends who tell me that they investing You decided on a

than of outright aggression," said. "It also underlines the you receive it, changes in haven been able to save anything method and stayed with It over

U.S. Rep. James A. Haley of need for relaxing not one bit what could be a rapidly developing 0-...... When I tell them the the years, through ups and

Sarasota said In his newsletter against the threats of our situation may have s-w IrRey1301d system my wife and I use, they I downs in the stock market.
from the capital. Panamanian neighbors I changed: the entire picture. find It easy Perhaps some of Other readers may prefer
"But as things stand at this Ca other readers will also other methods Those who stickto
"It is nonetheless disturbing have been fearful that thePre.ldent' $ your
I and again underlines plain. position in this moment it would seem to me find It helpful, I steady Investment programsare
that the time has come again the ones who do well.
t We started In 1941. by having
(if. Indeed it has ever gone .m.1
: II our bank take out one $23
) to clamp down on eas.tro'
away. Price Series E. U.S. Savings Bond' Q. A certain party I know has
Cuba with a tight and
Lakeland High School Senior Tells relentlessly effective naval Air Reduction ............ 58%' out of our checking account an account at the same broker.
firm with which do business.
Income I
month As our age
I. ade.(and air I if necessary with) block suchan Aldens ................... 27?a every Increased we had the bank' That party spoke to the
that
action suspect Allegheny Ludlum ...... 401/ take out more bonds I broker and got Information as
on the part of our
1 Of His Visit To Nation's CapitalEDITOR'S Administration Castro's Communists Allied Chem ............. 551"1 Now that the children are; to how I stand In the market

would get hungry far Allied Store ............. 561/ grown and married we buy two such as whether my account la

faster than our sailors and Am Bosch ................ NS $100 bonds every month. I a margin account or a cash account -

( NOTES A reporter cussed anything from foreign his most enjoyable experiences through the military escort the Marines at Guantanamo will Am Cyanamid ........... 60%I Whenever the bonds amounted etc.I .
Civil "After the hall had formal entertaining and the get thirsty" he said. am very upset about this,
lets the Bill.
on the track of a story policy to Rights Am Home Prd ........... 65% to enough to buy a few .
77 of the cleared we all sat In our ..en..tor' discussions with diplomats because I wanted this Inform.
nothing-Including lunch or One evening senators "Meanwhile, the State of shares of stock, we cashed the
Am Hospital ............. 23
English tests stand In his were their guests at a form chairs elected chair were impressive the friendliness Florida is perfectly within Its Am Mach & Frdy ..... 18'/, bonds and purchased blue-chip Clots to be confidential Was this

way. This story was written al dinner and the delegates men and" carried on our own and kindness of the people bights In prosecuting the Cuban Am Metal Prd ........?.. 19% stocks of companies with good the right thing for a broker to
by Cynthia Klausner of the had a chance to talk to such debates, the honor student In our government was "fishermen" who Invadedthe American Telephone dot
a
management -
Am Motor ........,....... 17
Bagpipe staff at Lakeland figures as Senator Barry Gold. related. more so. State's waters, and I see Am Res & Dev .......... 22/ ft Telegraph, General Motors A. No. It was dead wrong.
Senior High School who toII water and Senator Margaret Highlighting their social activities Jim was one of the two boys no reason why either the Stateor Standard Oil of New When a broker turns blabber.
Am Seating .... .... NS I
formal from Florida Invited Gov.
Interview her subject and Chase Smith. was a reception by the Federal government We have mouth and talks about
Jersey and others. a cus
Am Tobacco ,.,......... 28%,
write the story Ignored her The students' special tour of at the White House given Farris Bryant to participatein should yield to Castro's black. never sold any of our stocks tomer's account he violates
Am Tel fc Tel ........... 144%
by Mrs; Johnson. this annual He
normal Bagpipe duties perhaps the city included visits to the Valentine described Lyndon the fir.tlady was chosen on the program.basis of being mailing tactics concerningthem. Ampex .........,.......,. 15?.. We have Invested about $IS.. ommon-sense ethics plus regulations -
.
flunked an English test- departments of state justice, "the most of the Aria Pub Ser ............ :31 I 900 this way. The market that these things are to

and missed her lunch.) and defense. At the former lady I as have ever met.charming" Honor president He is the state "To turn to a subject more Armco Steel............. 67J value of our stocks Is now more be kept confidential.

By CYNTHIA KLAUSNER"So they interviewed Secretary of Upon his arrival back In of Mr.Society.and Mrs James son I. pleasant at least to me, I Atcha top ................ 28?. than $57,600. The dividends we The broker should have told

many things have happened State Dean Dusk and Justice Lakeland, he admitted, "Even Valentine, 1910 Curran St. would like to tell you of something All Refln ................. Says receive provide us with a return that nosy "party" that the
I don't know where to Arthur Goldberg chatted with which has touched my Auto Can ................ 14 on our Investment of approximately -status of your account Is none

start" Jim Valentine Lakeland them at the Supreme Court. I heartstrings It is said that Avco ..................... 22% IS per cent and a of that party's business

High School senior, exclaimed >Views.on vital defenae issues I Rev. Mobley To Leave "he who tooteth not his own Beneficial............... 56?/ current yield (based on the

upon his return froma were aired in the office of J. horn shall" not have it tooted Beth Steel ............... 33/ present market value of our Q. Can you explain why some

week-long visit to Washing Edgar Hoover. Valentine later Church for him. But I have been Blaw-Knox ............... NS stocks) of close to four per cent. mutual funds are quoted having
Here
ton. observed "They didn't look Baptist honored by having my horn Borg-Warner ............. 46% Of course we missed the boaton exactly the same "bid" and'asked"

Along with 99 other high the way I thought they'd look. tooted for me in an official Brunswick ..........,.... 11'% some stocks which shot prices

school students from all parts They were most personable The Rev. Law M. Mobley has ed a mission which organizedinto commendation addressed to Burlington ..........,.... 43'/ way way up In price. But we A. They are the "no-load"
and dignified but they gaveus the House and signed by all 32 ......,......,.
of the nation he participated announced his resignation from Lakeside Baptist Church. of burroughs 231/ don't have to lie awake nights mutual funds. The asked price
the feeling they really enjoyed my colleagues on the Interior Cat Tractor .............. 81'/' what's going to happen
In the the of Southslde Mr. wondering i. what
William Randolph l pastorate Baptist Mobley was the moderator and Insular Affairs you pay If you buy.
talking to us. Celanese ................. 29: / next. May we have your The bid
Hearst Senate Is
Foundation's Committee. I.m told that price what
Youth 2. One day was set aside for Church here and acceptanceof of the South Florida Baptist Chenetron ................ 25% opinion on our system? if redeem you receive -
Jan 27 to Feb.
Week this is in The you your shares
The men and women the delegates to spend with a call to be the minister of Association and on the Public unprecedented Ches & Ohio ............ NS A. It's a good system Your In the case of no-load funds

young Congress ....... ......... 41
spent the week touring the their respective senators. After Sherwood Baptist Church Albany Affairs Committee of the Florida Chrysler Investment results are proof Kith the bid and the asked priceIs
Indian Work Honored Cin Gas & Elec .....,... NS
capital and gaining new Insight his day with Senator Ga. Baptist Convention. He held enough. You shouldn't need the asset value share
Holland and Senator Cities Ser ............... 67/i per
Spesssrd "As Chairman of the Indian about that. For other
opinions funds
into the workings of their The resignation/ will be effective other state convention posts Including any (most of the
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government George Smathers, Valentinewas March 4 and the Rev. Mr. Affairs Subcommittee, one of Coca Cola .e .. 118 Now, It might be possible to mutual funds, as a matter of
impressed with their membership on the Baptist : for Colgate Pal ...,.,....... 39i faults : fact the
will his my major responsibilities find some ) asked price Is the
Leaders Met energy and the vast amountof 'duties Mobley the next assume Sunday March new World Alliance Committeeand several years has been to Collins Rad ............. 20'/' with the way value per share plus a asset commission .

Each morning at breakfast work they must accomplish the Time Place and work out a fair and adequate Columbia Gas ..,....... 28%j you have done '. charge-better knownas

they listened to and participated "I also did not realize what I 8."I Preacher Committee of the 1963 arrangement to compensate Com Credit: ............. 40'/1 things. But In I .r the "load"
in panel discussions led by large office staffs these men have enjoyed living In justly the Seneca Nation con Edison ....,......... CM'/ answer to any
three administrative assis had" he noted. Lakeland and treasure most convention. He was on the program whose violated Con Foods ............. 4V/{ i
treaty rights were criticism you i II
dearly the many friends we of the 1962 convention.Mr. Consumer! Pwr .......... 481/ a.m.
tants. Each evening at dinner His visit to an actual session when federal construction could just laugh Price
have made in this area. I go Mobley was active In the Cont Can .,.............. 45
hosted who dls- of Senate of of the Klnzua Dam wipedout Okla Gas &
they senator the was one -all the way to Elec ........ 26
Lakeland %
to my new work with the sincere Ministerial Association their Reservation Cont Oil .... ............. 64% I) Outboard
Allegany the bank. Success Marine .,...... 17
I hope and prayer In my heart acting as chairman of the in New York State. Ctrl Data ................ 91 Pac Gas &
Is success Elec .......
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Camp Fire Girls Will that I may be a good ministerfor Special Services Committee In Com: Prds ............... 65 Pan Am %
"That and matter what Sulphur ........
my Lord and Savior. I shall 1963. He also held membership touchy complex Crown Cork .............. 28'/i no 23
task was completed as far as use Parks Davis ...,...,....
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ever cherish the pleasant memories in the Lakeland Kiwanis Club. Curtlaa-Wrlght ........... 18% system you 34
Install OfficNewly ers Tonighting of our life in Lakeland; The Rev. Mr Mobley is a committee action was con Den & Rio R R ......... NSDe Your letter Is DOYLE Penney. J, C, ..........,., 45

he said native of South Carolina and cerned a few days ago. I Soto Chem ........... NSDr I printed here at Pepsi Cola ........,....... ny.

elected officers of the committees, are: Mrs. D. B Gain Noted w.i graduated from Furman prepared and signed the committee Pepper .............., SOfl. length, not to hold it up as a Pfizer ........,......'.... 51
The Rev. Mr University and the Southern report to the House. perfect investment method but Phila Elec .... ... ........ ,3414
Mobley ..
Camp Fire Girls Inc. will be Kibler III, George W. Trask cameto Dresser Inds .......... 26'/j
installed tonight at a meetingat Hubert L. Brooks, Mrs. Wilbur Southside's pulpit Oct. J, 1961, Baptist Theological Seminary atLouisville. But to my surprise when I DuPont .............. .. .. 268'X 1 to show the long-term results! Phillip Morris ... ....... .. 7114
the FireHouse Chester War. from the First Baptist Church Kv. His wife is the read the final draft I found Phillips Pet .. .. ......... ., 48
8 o'clock at Camp Hawkins Nelson --
that my colleagues, meeting Hi..m.,! 'hilphl Dodge ......
rff Douglas Ga. During his Former Miriam. McElrath of ... 64ft
2600 Buckingham Ave. ren E. Clegg, Mrs W. J. Gibson,
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Four-year ministry the churchin Murray. Ky They have four behind my back had attachedto Mayor Proclaims Price, Piper Air .... ... ....... .. 47%
of the board of and
The members Dr. Mrs R. W. Prevail
It this statement of "indi .. .. ..... Jl9
Douglas had 713 additions, children. Eastman Kodac % Pit Plate Glas .. ....,.. .. 5714
will also be Installed. and Mrs. Warren
directors Willis. Dr
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328 of them by baptism Sherwood Baptist Is one of ...... 8114
Forehand Jr is the Luther M. Beal and Mrs. B. J
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I During his ministry at South- Albany's newer Baptist church. 'We wish to recognize the February Ga Pac I(Pub Srv Elec & Gas ...... 7714
president of the organization Williams are members at large
new side, the church had 444 additions. est The eight-year-old church patience and understanding Gen Elec .. ....... ....... 88% Pure Oil ,... ... ..,.,.,.... 43
and will the A business will be heldto
occupy post meeting 133 of them by baptism in a suburban section of Albany shown by RepresentativeJames MonthMayor Gen Foods .............. 88% laybistos Man ........... NS
vacated William Adkins. The committees and
by officers appoint for begin In 1963 Southside was eighthin has a membership of A, Haley chairman, History Gen Inst .. ............ NS Rep! Steel....... ,..,.... 41%
other newly elected are: plans the celebration of the Motors
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54th the state in contributions to about 1,200 members Subcommittee on Indian Affairs R. Harold Grizzard Gen R.J. Reynolds ............ 40
William of
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secre.tary anniversary Camp I
In the of Gen Tel & Elec .. ....... 32%
pursuing cause
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Cooperative Program and has proclaimed 36
and Jim Childs, treasurer on March 17. A will be February as %
report
justice for the Seneca Indiana Gen Time .... ... ....... 13
11th in the state in total gifts to American Month. The Rhod Sel Trust ..... ....... 5
The board of directors made made on the sale of chocolate History %
in their with the Gen Tire ............ .... 22'4'
Cattle Sales negotiations R.C. Cola .........
missions The church establish. Mayor issued the .......
of the chairmen of the stand- candy by the Camp Fire girls proclamation 4334
up Federal Government. We Gillette .. ..... ........ .. ... 31
Stores .....
Thursday to commemorate the Safeway ....... :59%
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commend him for his unde.viating W. R. Grace .
birthday anniversaries of George Scott Paper .. ........., 38ft
Tally 374The perseverance In Great A & P Tea ...... 36%
and Abraham Lin- Seaboard Air R ..........
achieving a fair settlement for Washington Greyhound .... .. ........ 48/ ftftears
coin. ... ... ... .,....,
the Seneca Nation in accordance Gruman ... ...,........... 50% 104'4
Cattlemen's Livestock Shattuch .. ..... .., ..
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proclamation
here with our American IBM ... .... ..... ........ 540
Market last week registered Sinclair Oil ......
called upon "all organizationsf ........ 47ft
ideals Int Harvester .......... 61%
a rise in sales of cattle and ......... ...
whatever kind and pub- Socony ....... 71?
upon ,
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calves with 374 sold Tuesday S.C. Elec & Gas .... .. .
grateful, and also very proud" tic, parochial and private schoolsto Int Min & Chem ... .... 6H>/ .., NS
compared to 357 a week ago. emphasize the study of Amer Southern ....... ........... 56%
Rep. Haley said Int Paper .. ........ .... 31);
Slaughter steers and bulls lean History during this designated Int Tel & Tel.. .... .. .... 55'/ Sperry Rand...... ..... ..19%

were too few to quote according month. By stressing thereat :Jones & Laughlin .. ..,... 69%j piegel .....,......,..... 3ift

.. to Harold Howze of Florida L. Alfred Police spiritual strength and Kelsey Hayes ... ......... NS Std 011 Cal ........ ... ... 62%

State Marketing Bureau but wisdom our forefathers displayed Kimberly Clark .... ... ... NS Std Oil ltd ..... ... .... .. 64ft

E heifers and cows held steady and learning more about Kerr-McGee ..... ........ 361/ Std Oil NJ .. .. .. ....,. 81%

r and calves were steady to 50 List 18 Arrests the carefully worded documents Korvette .. ..........,.... NS Sunray 011 ..... .... .... 32%

cents higher. Stocker steers on which our freedom is based Lear-Siegler ............. lV/4 Tenn Gas & Trans ........ 20?,

sold steady to 50 cents higher MonthLAKE we contribute to a greater .Iggette & Myers ..,..... 76'V. Texaco .. ..... ......... ... 73%

/ heifers and cows held steady During American scope for future gene. Litton Inds ..... ........ 71% Texas Gulf Sul ..... ..... 22ft

and calves were 50 cents to $1 rations." Lone Star Gas ........... 23% Tidewater ............. ... 36%

higher Howze reported. ALFRED Police here! The mayor noted the Daugh Loral Elec .. .. ........ ... 7'/4' Tractor Sup ....... ... .. 20%

Standard heifers $17 to $18.75,. made 18 arrests during January, ers of the American Revolution P. Lornllard ....... ..... 43'/' Union Bag ........ .. .. ... 36%

utility, $15 to $1650; utility according to a report released I are sponsoring the month as Madison Fd .... ... ...... 20'/' Union 011 ....... ...... ... 80%

cows $1425 to $1590 cutter today by Police Chief Allen I American History month on a Magnavox .... ......... ... 39% Union Pac .... ....... ..... 40ft

$12 to $1350 canner $8 to Lewis. national scale Marguardt ... ............ NS Union Tank ....... .... ... 36%

1290. The department also Issued I Martin Marietta ........,. 20>4 United Fin .......,,,..... 24%

Good calves $20 to $25 standard 84 written and 152 oral warningsThe POULTRY & EGGS McCrory .... .... .. ....... 10% United Fruit ........... ... 2114U.S.

$18.10 to $20.50 utility. $16 report shows that police. McKesson ................ NS Inds ......... .. .. .... 8'VU.S.

to $19; standard vealers $21.75 made 2,390 safety checks ol t Merk ...., ...,............ 117!/ Rubber ... ........... 47%
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r.t.ll.n tiunnt w.uhl ond
common and medium feeder. ranted assistance in 70 cases do.._n' ere per MMM .... ... ............. 68'/' 1 Upjohn ............,...... 57ft

i stocker steers $15 to $17. The officers drove 2,979 miles Mf-Not>.... Cortortof /n Montg Ward ............. 36% ''Vendo ....., ....,......... 16%
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to $19.73: common $15.75 to auxiliary police. Iin of omptlonol ouolltr 3-e. nets Nat Dairy ... .......... ... 6914\ 'Westinghouse .. ,... ..... 32%
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FINAL t p A b l CA b C4 l






OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALBy L



TED SMITS America finished with one In training with a British tobogganlst

Associated Press Sports Editor gold medal won by Terry MoDermott )0 and an Australian skier lEDGER,
INNSBRUCK Austria (AP)- a barber from Essex 1Z LAKELAND
the turbulent ninth Winter vole Mich., two silvers am,; the victims The games eventually

Olympics has sighed! to a close, three bronzes settled down to bruising

nursing bruises, pondering lessons Perhaps the most Impreiiivi,e and bloody clashes between the

and wondering whatever U.S. finish was In the men',a swarming Austrian police and

happened to the enow. slalom on Saturday Billy Kldi 1 most everybody that fell out Upsets Hit
t Russia scooped medal honors of Stowe Vt., won the alive _
with 11 golds, eight silvers and medal and Jim Heuga of Tahcx with them.

I. six bronzes. The United States City, Calif., the bronze. Thou: Cameramen and journalists _

placed eighth In medal stand- were the first American medali s ended up In jatt. Th roc L
w Ings. In men's skiing In Winter Olympic American team m.mbera-BIU Track StarsBy
I The final Olympic event-the history Marolt 20 Aspen Colo.; George

spectacular 90 meters ski Jump I Even before the games started Farmer 23, Seattle Wash, and Y
-was watched In bright sunshine there were shocks an 1)I Mike Hessel, 21, Eugene Ore.- w.J THE ASSOCIATED PRESS after running a seven flat hpreliminaries.

Sunday by a crowd of alarms. First the weathei r also got arrested. They stood up Long track and field winning .

:', 70,000 the largest of the games stayed fair and snowless and 1 I In court wearing their bruises R ww, strings by Gary Gubner and Bill Bob Hayes of Florida A&M
The gold medal went Norway's ski like The the wayside equalled the 60-yard dash mark
to -the runs had to be hand badges. police complained Crothen went by
TROPHY WINNtRS-TtK** four UUhiiJ DrM"nivflit .rI...... k.,,lly hU. eke H*,hhn. of six flat he shares with three
airborne Tonal Engan packed with snow ir the Americans made all the weekend Hayes Jones
brought :I over
...., **m.4 fr ekes riijlrn ltiiiN Met ..... Tfc
| ccms> tr* liy winners, left t* rights Dwfit others.
with Velkko Kankkonen of Finland -from neighboring valleys. Then the trouble. extended his and still anotherone
second and another Norwegian i! GUmi. k..t ..lckr. ; Jinny. Pcrdlnrii,, Wet II...... *.4 UfC'. .* ski rr Gasp Mulli**. ...*.. the line Other good performances In,
-never was any snowfall for the! As the time came for extinguishing goes on today.
Torgelr Brandtzaeg, Imp*****' d.<...lv* lyr. ; Kirk (Qsiilias hue ftttk .nJ Beasts Club .wr** wi...... (U'tcrPhot eluded a 7-l'4 high jump bJ
garnet. of the
the Olympic name intits Manhattan bolder) longest -
third. Then there des !_by Hugh0Nelson John Thomas, one inch higher
were two I Sunday night's! closing ceremony current conference track
- - than Tony Sneazwell of AustralIa *.

...... ...... .!.. .!.. calm returned to this championship skein goes after a 4:07 winning mile by Chit
mountain-rimmed Olympic site tit 15th straight Metropolitan Intercollegiate -
Stacy Wins Dreadnought indoor title IDa cago's Tom O'Hara a 25-7'/,
Russia took the ice hockey title
after being pressed to the two-day meet in New York today broad jump by Ralph Boston
I Second Is First t" end by the Canadians once the and Tuesday. : and 16-/C pole Vault by Mel
Footballers Heln and Ron Morris.
champions: of them all 250-Mile Auto RaceDAYTONA Cuboer, the huge New York

I' Alpinists Win University shot putter and To-

I The Alpine skiing events wentto BEACH (AP) Columbus, Ohio and Mike Ma. Honored the ronto's Los Crothers Angeles were Times upset meet In Mocs Play

For U. S. TeamBy the Alpinists with Austria'sEgon Nelson Stacy of Daytona Beach pale: of Warren Ohio who were Saturday night Crothers quite

Zimmermann capturingthe Ia right at home in the Auto Racing In the middle' of them. Lakeland's four top gridders literally.

men's downhill and his coun- Club of America (ARCH)- Stacy a 42-year-old grandfather were still beaming after Satur Almost Wont RollinsWINTER
JIM BECKER that might not mean too much. trywoman Chrlstl Haas taking and $3,000 richer as a result of' who drove tanks In World day's Individual awards. The: At

Associated Press Sports Writer Innsbruck Is a venerable old I the women's event Inning Its 250.mile championship War II and taxicabs just afterward awards were made Saturday al: The 23-year-old pharmacist

1, INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP- place, with about 100,000 people Austria won one other Alpine Sunday.It broke into racing with the: annual Booster Club football shooting for his 20th consecuttve -
This was the Winter Olympics but there Isn't much to do. title, and France took the other Is less expensive to compete ARCA then known as Midwest dinner at the Lakeland I indoor victory at 1,000 or PARK Following

that was salvaged for the The whole town will turn out I three through Francois Bonlleu In ARCA than NASCAR, where Auto Racing Club and won Its Senior High School. 880 yard, tripped on an oppo their record-breaking effort Sat-
United States by a second place to watch a busted water main. (men's giant slalom), Marlelle Stacy has been since 1960, be- championship three times. Coach Nurml Nelson ale nent's heel in the 1,000. urday night in the rout of Marcar's

finish. The Russians were the big Goitachel (women's giant slalom cause the cars must be closer to' "I ran pretty well the way it made the letter awards at the sprawled on the track but got Bears the Florida Southern

When the Los Angeles Dodgers winners, for the third time In ) and Christine Goitschel tock models in engine specifications .-was planned," Stacy said. same time to the varsity grid up and just missed catching College Moos will seek to top the

finished second in 1962, they a row. They got 11 gold medals (women's slalom). Off Pace I den Trophy winners Included Jim Dupree at the tape. .500 mark tonight when they

locked their dressing room door but the girls won seven. One The Scandinavian countries They not fast His his Kirk Qullllae for the prized He missed catching Dupree by clash with the Rollins Tars.
may go as as strategy was to keep
for an hour and brooded all other came In pairs figure skating swept all of the Nordic men's ASCAR's beet-proved Saturday 1964 Ford off the pace within Booster Club awards and the Inches. Both were timed in The Mon will also be after
their fourth win In 7 Florida
winter. and one in hockey leavingtwo Elks Club beat back 2:11.9.:
award
events u expected with Ru.ala' when Richard Petty of Ran- catching distance of the 1964
But this time the second for the men races. Jimmy Perdlcarls for the Cubner NYU's 275.pound ace, Intercollegiate Conference contests
: Claudia Boyarskikh picking leman, N.C., set a 50 mile Plymouths of Stott and Earl
place plus a third place cameIn Most of the V1 medals; up three gold medals In the NASCAR mark of 171.lit miles Balmer of Floyds Knobbs Ind.' Elks Club best lineman award was beaten Indoors for the first as well as their 11th

men's skiing came in sports that are about as women's division-one of them an hour In a 1964 Plymouth. who set the early and Radio Statlen WLAK time In 23 consecutive meets. He victory In 21 games By win.
For Americans do Is American pace. Player of the Year award was edged out by Dallas Long sing Saturday at Lakeland the
to that fascinating to as the I for a share In the cross country But Stacy's 1M103 mph. Inthe Stott' engine blew and spun ;
something like asking the apple bobbing championship of Dwayne Glenn for Radio Station by one-quarter of an inch, 62- Moos set an alltlme team SCONIng
ARCA 250 miler was just him out on the 27th lap of the
WOlWs best bUtker l feet.to 62-4%. mark of US points. Bobby
Austrians to organize a football East Lima Ohio. '
short of the track record and 2 $-mlle track. Balmer went
<4< Gold MedaIlRuasla' Bowman set an Individual
team send away to Pete Rozellefor Jean Saubert a serious girl award and Gary Mulhaa for Extends Streak
came despite seven laps under out with an oil leak on the 67th.
book of rules from Radio Station WWAB's most scoring mark of 41 points anil
and with urchin hair
a enter a Oregon an Lldla Skobllkova
team In the NFL. And then lose' cut and .an urge to Join the made history, by becoming the the caution flag.Yellow. Stacy finished one lap aheadof Improved defensive player Veteran Hayes Jones of Detroit also a field goal mark of 18.
Ernie Derr of Keokul Iowa.
to the Green Packers 7-fl Peace silver and Flag award bolted to his Slst consecutive Tim Elsnaugle will be after
Bay Corps, won a first athlete to win four gold Derr earned $3,000 inches
The skiing medals gave the a bronze medal in women's ski medals at a Winter Olympics The yellow flag was out for a by The players and team gave Indoor hurdles victory in the season's rebound mark when
United States a total of six for ing. She scooped the pool (In the pair of spectacular spins that over Iggy Katona of Willis fan Jerry Nelson an autographed the same meet with a winning he starts against the Tara tonight
Mich. who for third.
the twice the numberof heart got $2,000 football for his solid supportof time of 7.2 in the 00-yard highs Elsnaugle is within two
games, or McDermott Wins women's speed skating Invin- provided some stopping Dick Mitchell of Trenton
U.S. athletes who were arrested cible over every distance from moments but ended without inJury Mich. for the team during all these I of setting that record.
collected $1,100 fourth
The American medal Besides Bowman and EllI
only gold -
Ramo Stott of Keokul grid seasons
500 to 3,000 metera.Rusala'i to McMANUS COPS
came In speed skating, where Iowa Jack Bowsher of and Cushman $800 for fifth. I Coach Nelson announced the I naugle other Moc starters \no'I
Ushers ; Springfield -
Rough Terry McDermott who handlesthe grasp was broken Ohio Jim Cushman of Derr had a 1963 Dodge Ka following letter winners: GOLF TITLEBob I elude Tom Dawson, John Wells
,
There were times during the, shears in the third chair of r when the men took over but the ; tona a 196 Ford, Mitchell a 1963 I Larry Lindsay Joe Shelnut, I and cocaptaln'Dave. Shlnk
when the and barber In Soviet Union still picked up one Ford and Cushman a 1964 Ply- McMsnus Sr. had to
games police, a shop Bay City, I PerdlcarU, Ted Weeks, manager go man I
especially the ushers at the big Mich., won the 500 meters. gold with the other three speed Ed Kirkland mouth. I Russell Wood manager two extra boles yesterday before The Macs will clash with Stet.

Ice stadium seemed to be out Scott Allen of Smoke Rise, skating titles going to McDermott George Trask manager Mike defeating Bobby Hinson son's Hatters at DeLand on Wednesday .

to give the wartime S.S. a good N.J., who was 15 two days ago Sweden's world champion ,Wins GasparillaGolf : Temple, manager Jack for the Cleveland Heights Golf night returning home
name. I won a bronze medal In figure| Jonny Nilsson and Norway'sKnut DODGERS SIGN Hughes, Ken Addalr. Jon and Country Club men's championship. Saturday night to play another

J They shoved and mauled Innocent skating. He was the youngest Johannesen. TourneyTAMPA MOON 3 ROOKIESLOS I Ablschwede Larry Alby, Tommy FIC foe, Jacksonville's Dolphins
bystanders ranking all skating medal winner In winter' Holland's SJoukJe Dijkstra, Couturier Bill Curry, David The) championship round at the Lakeland Senior High
the way from newsmen to the Olympics history. 'overwhelming favorite for the (AP)-State amateur ANGELES (APVeteran Ellerbe John Full rlaht, scheduled for M boles ended gym. The Dolphins are coached

Aga Khan. Billy Kid of Stowe, Vt., and figure skating title won with champion Ed Kirkland of Orlando outfielder Wally Moon signed Bobby Gates Dwayne GUno, In a deadlock at the end of by Dick Kendall, who piloted
"He may be a prince to some Jimmy Heuga of Tahoe City hardly a check In her elegant has added the GasparUla In- his 1964 contract today with the Rick Lesson, regulation play. On the S8tn Auburndale to two straight FlorIda

people but to me he didn't have Calif., won the medals In men's stride. Germany' Manfred vitational to his golfing laurels Los Angeles Dodgers for the Dennis Mader Ricky Nan, hole, McManus fired a three State Class A titles.

a pan," said one snarling usher king. Schnelldorfer took the men's Kirkland finished with 71 Sun- same salary as last year-an Gary Mulhaa, Benny Pass to match par while Hinson I Rollins will probably start
after he barred the door to Then to the great relief of championship and the pairs day to post a 54 hole total of 214 estimated 36000. more. Bob Oenbrlnk Kirk took four strokes.In with Butch Beam Lee Baggett.

the Aga Khan, who had a date local authorities they got the were won by Ludmlll Belou- 'and win the tournament by two Signing with Moon were three Qullllan, Ricky StrawbrUge, the semifinals McManus MiUard Nixon Phil Kirk and

Inside with the Shah of Iran.It Olympic flame out before it iova and Oleg Protopopov of I strokes. youngsters first baseman Dick Don Sparks Lynn Thomason bad eliminated Roy Peters Jerry Brown. The Tars have
may well take Innsbruck 20 started a brush fire. Russia. Walter Baldwin Jr. of Tampa Sen, and right-handers Dick Tom Talcott Jim Williams and Hlnsen. defeated Chuck shown steady improvement since

years to live down the way the With the lack of snow In Innsbruck I The bobsled events were won was next at 221, followed by Calmus and Bill Singer bringing Mike Walker Jim Valentine Terry. Hinson Peters and Terry their first appearance here In

boys on the force behaved. the gas-fed flame had by England and Canada both Mike Cleveland of Tampa andA. the Dodger squad to 34. Ken Titus Larry Gamble are an former club champions. the Citrus tourney In December.

There were goodly crowds been a distinct fire hazard for countries without a single bob Carter of Miami at 223. Still to sign are five of the Steve Jenkins Leslie Hoffman Terry was the defending FSC beat Rollins in Lakelandlast

throughout the games, although 12 days run but with a lot of ambition Tied at 224 were Dexter Dan- Dodgers' top-salaried players- and Lamb Willis champ.Poor. month.
els Jr. of Winter Haven. Stefan Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale. Head coach Ralph(Shug) Jor- ----- -

Van Schenck of Clearwater, Tommy Davis Maury Wills and dan amused fans with his soft-
Charlie: Brown of Tampa and Frank Howard. spoken sense of humor. He was
John Levinson of Chicago Jack 'introduced by Benny Fenton FielderStuart

Veghte of Clearwater had 225 Lakelander who was Auburn's
and H. O. Davis of Clearwater. Messenger Wins first All-Southeastern Conference
226.

Ed Cerlanl of Lakeland finished ST. PETERSBURG (AP) Red grtdder.Mltchum was master of

',' with a 233 in the Championship Ron Messenger of Lakeland won ceremonies.. MItchum pointed Gets

A flight a triple and Bob Hering of Sheboygan out to the grldders that

Grover Matheny of Lakeland / Falls, WIs, a double In Coach Nelson has gone soft.
had 232 to tie for third In the Sunday's Sunshine City outboard When I was a Junior we) had

Championship B flight. Buddy regatta. a great team and Nelson Rich Contract
Erskine finished with 237 and Messenger captured the C- moaned at the) dinner about all
Irk Leon (Sonny) Sikes had a 241. service runabout the C-servlce the losses for neat fall.

Despite the large field none hydroplane and the A-hydro- The dinner
te.r was sponsored by
of the other flight winners hailed plane class: Hering won the B- the Lakeland Dreadnaught Booster By MURRAY CHASE who signed with the Dodgers.
from Lakeland. and F-hydroplane. Club. I Associated Press Sports Writer I He's Dick Nen the rookie who
r Someone once tried to tell hit a dramatic ninth-inning

: COLLEGE CAGE ROUNDUP Dick Stuart there's more to home run last season that sent
II
t baseball than swinging a bat. a crucial game with St Louis

t.: F. Stuart baseball's Cassius Clay Jnto extra Innings

t Teams In Action sans verse, obvioualy wasn't r.L The Dodgers eventually won
I Ihj : Top convinced and today has his the game and shortly afterward

4 I most lucrative contract to prove clinched the National League

( \ his philosophy is profitable if pennant.

..xnlrL not necessarily altogether correct

';! .,; .. Against Tough FoesBy $44,000 Pact !First Schayes

: Boston's big first baseman
signed his 1964 contract last Then PeUit
DICK COUCH mond Tuesday and Furman ley 78-74 while Drake topped St. Saturday H& Is believed to call '

: Associated Press Sports Writer Thursday. I Louts 7057. Drake, 4-1 in the for a $7,500 raise making Stuart Hold RecordBy

I 6 I College basketball has hit the Duke meanwhile seeks a 28th MVC and 14-4 over-all has,one of the highest paid players

s,, top of the stretch with a quartet straight Atlantic Coast Conference climbed from last year's league lit Red Sox history at iw.ooo.. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vr.. of Southern victim at Virginia tonight. cellar Into this season's runner- Stuart cracked 42 home runs,,, For a few hours Sunday afternoon
,. cage powers
,"" bunched near the head of the The Blue Devils made It 27 in up spot. second best in the American, Dolph Schayes was the all
Y -., '." '. .$ a row by slugging Maryland and the
: M tr'.l pack. UCLA and Michigan the na League topped league'time high scorer again in the
'Iii' ; ,vl .... 'F"":' Kentucky, Davidson, Vander 104-72 Saturday I I tlon's No. 1 and No. 2 clubs with 118 runs batted in and 319 I National Basketball Association.:
bUt and Duke are among the The rugged Missouri! Valley each won Saturday. But while total bases. His .261 batting Then just as it bad done the

CLOSING THI OLYMPICS nation's top ten, and all four Conference rates top billing tonight Michigan! 16-2. coasted by Big average naturally was overlooked night before, the ax fell on Phil.adelphl.'a
-Inmlnf Jo** Sealant ., .. .. .w. Or. o.rrloo the United however fifth rankedWichita
as Ten rival as he was named the 35-year-old coach and
States ties In closing toromenloi' .f Hit Ninth Winter Olympic Comoo *r Imtcbruck All."" ,...*.> will be In the thick of thisweek's puts Its MVC lead on Bruins had to Illinois scramble 9342 for. their the Comeback of the Year in the sometime player.
day Mere then 11,000 she ice stadium fee final. Jean scramble for conference
opoctroro Jammed the was s sites the line against upstart Drake
and bas. medal In dotes ..... and national honors 19th straight victory, a M-56 AL.After Dolph. plugging a gap createdby
ikllnf. even* Men tarrying USA .te" Is esid.aNflsdAP I Shockers Lose squeaker over Big Six rival all. he hit a lowly .228 injuries to 76er starters
Wir.phots vie table" ,rem I..b..kl) Faces State The Shockers 17-4 dropped California. with a meager production of It Larry Costello and Dave Gam-

Kentucky, No. S In last week's their first Valley decision In Favorites Lose homers and 14 RBI for the bee tallied 11 points Sunday in
. BASKETBALL SCORES Associated Press major college seven starts Saturday at Brad- Pirates In 1962. Philadelphia's 120-109 loss to
Sixth-ranked VUlanova.( ninth-
poll meets Southeastern Conference Another of Boston's league Boston.
BOWLING
'ATU.DAY eouoe.r .....,.. foe Mississippi State tonight Crashes Highlight ranked Loyola of Chicago and leaden, batting champion Carl The 11 points raised his career
The _,._ ...... 0.. ...7..* 'I Wichita, d..,74.. N 111I. The Wildcats tied with 10th-rated DePaul all stumbled Yastnemskl, also returned his total to 19.220 five more than
w,_,.,, t1 ..u.. as FRIDAY, NITtLITSP.1Wan VUlanova lost
IA.ThOaIl. Tampa Stock Races star Wally Jones
Minnaaata Georgia Tech for the lead in a signed contract Saturday. Yastnemskl St. Louis' Bob Pettit, who had
... .. List
VIII.n.I ,
...._.. se. NOnbaNY a.ii,.. Td.N Draka-10, a6r..1wM.ah',5L' e. I. Sukurka r...... II II* O* wide-open SEC scramble ran with a hip Injury as well u a reportedly also received overhauled Schayes Saturday
le'. 1. Chic.ii. &.eo>". tno. .. Oatrait las, Notra Dama tt a. tukurkan Praaana O.a loo 7* TAMPA (AP-Two spectacular 6359 decision to LaSalle. St
$7,500 raise which
... ... _. a night.
Mote _.. .. their mark 17-2 Saturday
*r 41U Ohlahama; Stata CO. : '1. 'h. lot T4 season to -
Mnaaurl
/rinM.n.... 0.r.m_..l Cl.NVU Kan aa 07. low< *tata .. Oulllvan' loa T4 crashes featured the International IJOhn'a of New York handedLoyola's gives him a $27,500 salary following But Pettlt. the Hawks' 31-
,
.n."i. n. He. 01. Naoraika 70, Oklahama' asN N.h WIN -. few :. Inf. by routing Mississippi 102- Motor Contest
V",. 71. calumkio I 17. Lauityilla ... Marouatt* n,1 Ot) to" whh v.nNN an/y arHioh .. 59. Associationraces I defending national his .321 performance In year-old ring leader reclaimedthe
.
Carnall *4, _n ... a.Mno Oraan 70. Ohio U. t* (at). at the Florida State Fair's champs their fifth defeat 71-69
.. .
.... lead
Pitttkuroh TO. r T*. Miami Ohial 07 Xavlar Ohial ./. cam*) man Prad! Dally.) Ml later In the day witha
.4n'an._. lur. Tt Amarlaan.U. ... Kant Plata N. W. Michltan N. Huh. ..me, waman. Candy Zarn, It]. Eighth-ranked Vanderbilt is opening program Sunday. and Memphis State burled De- 1963.Veteran right-handed pitcher 33-polnt effort as St. Louis
'
,. ..
*attan Calla .
Oklahama' City 7T It* OAMI involved In the
seT.
N.PravWanca'vas TT 71, Phillip A...imtan. 0N1.1 scraps. IMCA
defending
-amala. 00 kafaratta N 171 OAMIt Champion suffered I Other major conference leaden -
(at) e van.yllla 04 t. minas7. Sunday Friend entering Pettit has 19.24 points la a
NIUSesfl. nh.ttan... *... 'OUTHWCOT: ,Sandy lard, Itli Lynda. Smith, ., apt game behind In the league race, a cracked vertebrae when and how they fared Saturday 'his 14th with the Pirates
NMn II f'OUTH \ Cincinnati' Tt. N. T.... ... t*. Olaudi* (ana, 170kt and season 10-year NBA career Schayes
T.... *.. 5.5..,... aNl 5.54. 17-2 over-all, has toughieswith his car rolled over in the day's
71. a :
N r. 1 TI
ihould become the
most worked
ronlM e0YTX1aN U.. MeaC1a ana. Waatam U. ... Manlaa ... .. = \.. : .I'-::: Tech Wednesday who built Ms record In IS seasons
Georgia on
.II.tc. ,.tusk. I'.. Anaana otata ". 07, Ariaana 00. : ji a ark ......., o-O.Ti ton Ta... first race and doctors said he Southwest: Texas AtM. M. pitcher in their history His with the now-defunct Syracuse
'
MiMiMiM i* Ta aa Tatk Ot. t, Mathadnt 0V LIM.rtt s and Tennessee
V.n4.r.Ht N, L ii.n4 IL ... T.... 70 Ta>.. Chriltiait ... on Saturday. will be hospitalized six to eight beat Arkansas 7264.Big I.Olt Innings pitched are topped : Nats never may get any
Mama Duke*IM,! (.Marxian... 'I.*..71...ul *.. Plica Mauctan TO, T4(aylar Trinity..,.Tav... 07.Naw The Commodores, beaten by weeks Eight: Oklahoma State only by Wilbur Cooper's 3.201 closer. Dolph is a part-timer
Tannaataa Owrtla.' T.ch... *.1....Tulana.'.. I*..* A'sL Maaioa CO,> Aailan ttata *00 Cnri.Waa, Oul feaac 04.M. Conley RetiresNEW Tennessee in their SEC opener, 1 A car driven by Pete Police of 5-1. beat Missouri 80-61. 'front 1912! to 1924. I now while Pettit is averaging 28
Pann *...* Cl. Navy (lN. PAN. WttT nipped LSU 68-64 Saturday. Tampa a former IMCA titleholder Western Athletic: Utah J-0. Among others who signed dual
Car.l.na Cl, Waha faraat n. UCLA I.. '."'_1. M YORK (AP-Gene Con- I Fifth-ranked Davidson 18-1 points a game
Wait Vlrlftla' Cl. Oae. WaaM. t.. Otata to, flipped four times In front of beat Brigham Young (1-89 In ng the weekend were outfielder While Pettit dethroning
Oaorala' 71, Auburn .7ChMnaail ::= Ot. CO, =:r.alttl. Icy who plays professional preps for Saturday's showdown the I was
M N. C.rahna St. 5*. Col., a1.N U 71. grandstand bowling over overtime. Wally Moon of the Los Angeles Schayes. Los Angeles' Jerry
.1. C.Ua, ... : 14. .\... .. baseball and basketball has at seventh-ranked I ,
Purman Utah Otata Montana retired Duke 15-3 Gordon Alderman a St. Petersburg Ivy: Princeton Cornell, Yale Dodgers and
v,...,".. ... Wm. Mary 14. YUh.1, Briancm Vauno 00 (at). from the National pitchers Ken McBride -:West quietly returned to action
riarlda It, Alabama TI. Idaho Otata II, Montana Tl Basketball with two Southern Conference camei aman, Neither was Penn, 5-2: Princeton 72, Dart- of the Los Angeles Angels, after The
an eight- layoff.
W. Kantucky tae TamM Tt.MarUtall II.nLN O4, Association game
WaahinokM St. the New
York The
... I. Kantuaky 71Hahm Oraaan t*, Idaho 14.Calllarnla games Wildcats Idle last injured. mouth 65; Cornell 64, Brown 68, Phil Regan of Detroit and Earl Lakers lost seven of those eight
*** M, IXIn.N.5. kar* 01. urday night their league lead against Rich Minn., won the 25-lap feature. Harvard 67. Then there's the first baseman thumb.EGANPINWINS .

(



LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 10, 196{ IS
r _._
4 I SPORTS OF THE TIMES Nicklaus Wins __



'I'l1a 1,' r rp fl; Ivy League's Phoenix OpenPHOENIX




Soft-Sell Ariz (AP) -Jack, three -bogeys himself on the

4lcklaus remembered some- back nine after a 30 going out

thing Arnold Palmer showed As It was, bespectacled Bobby
-- -
him two years ago and used it:collected his largest golf check 1 ,

I By ARTHUR DALEYNEW do It. Handouts are bad for a to advantage In winning the:-44,000. t

(t) Meta Kim man's character. Some 35 per 150,000 Phoenix Open an event Deadlocked at 271 were Gary

YORK- Bob BI.ck. cent of the student body receives Arnie had captured the pest Player of South Africa, making

man, the Dartmouth football help to varying degrees three year, his first 1964 United States start,

coach, leaned against the mantel .We've had fourth string Used Driver I and San Diego's Gene Littler,
In a Bronxville living room ers on our football squad who They had 72 and 67 respectivelythe
not long ago and began to talk paid nothing to go to Dartmouth "Ha used a driver on all the final day.

f In quiet, conversational tones. Yet Bill King our All- holes and won by a mile" Nlckaui George Bayer, the third round
r
Seated on chairs or sprawled Eastern quarterback, a coupleof recalled at he pocketed the leader, went over par on the
t 11 1V comfortably on the floor were seasons ago received no first prize check with a 68 and final two holes to finish at 276

? ? some two score athletes from aid. In fact, five of our 11 72.hole score of 271. despite being only two strokes

various I Westchester high starters last season got no The burly young pro from Co-I behind Nicklaus through 16. He

schools. They soon found themselves help. lumbus, Ohio, proved his ability three.putted both the 17th and
listening In fascinationto I birdiedthe SPICK STRING- "'., L,"., ..., vltlt, inns Deltas,
"I realize that other coaches with a driver when he blasted 18th greens Big Jack
a low-geared sales pitch sometimes are skeptkal about 350 yards off the tee on the 16th to boost his margin. Mick., Adds up the string *F specks k* c..ht while flihlof Hi.

kiNG SIZI-I>Mt Opera, t f Mewo.ue) *. III.. k..ldt ".1.., that barely qualified as a gentle the way the Ivy League operates fourth hole and then hit hole Palmer wound jup with 278 fewer giant l Plant Lake Pirktr, H. vied Missouri Minnows far
persuader. and they wonder what high, six feet from the' and a tie for 11th place. M"l t3d fitkttl ...t .f Wlllltmt Inciters ..11 sad llihlnf C.....,.
tf sit. bass k* h...... In Ukt JulUm ...1 .! Lun..Yl Fl.k C.Mp.tC away ---
Moat colleges, especially the gimmick Is. 1 can assure hole on the 305-yard fifth hole.,
Tk. Mil wtlgktd 12 ,.<..d. ... 4 wens those known in the trade as there Is
.t you, no gimmick. Duplicates That brought a birdie and eagle Lakeland LosesIn BOSTON SPORTS TOP ROOKIEBoston
"football foundries go after of all financial aid and sent Nicklaus Into the leadto
may have a tight hold 4.2 triumph over the Rangers
the enlistment of athletes with
FISHINGHUNTINGRain statements are filed In a central stay en route to his first
e high-pressure ferocity. They office at Princeton and 1964 victory Lawn Bowling on the National Hockey League In Saturday's action, Montreal

woo the blue chip performerswith the directors of the program "You hit a driver and you cellar, but Its standout rookie crushed New York 8.2, Chicago -
i Indicates I all sorts of staggering In. discuss and compare them. have a chance for birdies," CLEARWATER -while Clearwatertook Gary Dornhoefer, continues to and Toronto tied 1-1 and Detroit
five visiting
'I ducements. They badger them "Other conferences may be Jack explained. "You may. hit games pester the Bruins' loftier opp sl- edged Boston 32
unceasingly. They coax and suspicious of each other but Lakeland could manage only tion.
', cajole. This is recruiting and not the Ivy. Admission standards behind trees a couple of times one victory here Saturday in Dornhoefer, playing his first *
but overall it'a to your advantage -West Florida Lawn Bowling
Good Is labelled
unashamedly as
the schools
FishingBy among Ivy the driver." pro season, whacked in a goal Nocasy
to
use
NATIONAL LIAGUI
League competition
such. In the
Ivy League, vary greatly but the financialaid with two minutes left Sunday .y The Aueeiileel Free .
Bill Doran Henry
Lakelanders
though, the more euphonious S-Siroke Lead
program doesn't vary one night to give Boston 4-4 tie w L T maroA
Betty and Jim Best defeated Montreal 5r1 11 et Ita I JOGhieaee
titled "enrollment
FRED W. JONESFishingHunting ly pragrams" iota. Now we are not saying He proved It with a finish with league.leading Montreal. IT II II 41 It4 111Toronto
Editor merely say In effect: that the others are wrong and three strokes ahead of the tourney' the Wetherbea Clearwater and trio of Erlckson 12-11 The tie, coupled with Chicago's -' .II 0 II 10 t .tt. 111 5542Se.N.e It4lew
Here's what we have to offer. should follow our example.We Calton 2 1 Toronto N Verk It >' I 44 |4. 170
Cinderella man; Bobby during the morning matches for victory against 5 oaten 14 II It U la* It*
Yesterday we ran two letters giving opposing views concerning If you're interested we're Interested don't care what the others Brue, a former Milwaukee amateur threw the Canadiens and the SATURDAYS RSSULTSlenlreel
the removal of the too. do. We have found that it the visitor's lone win S. New Verk t.
dam
temporary on the outlet at star who Into the Black Hawks into a first-place
got .... ,
"You men must In the next match Saturday, Ch I Terente I IN.6aeat
soon
Lake Panasoffkee-one the dam young works best for us. five ..
wanting removed and the event only because 11 others stalemate. Detroit went aWN05 s.SuuLT1
Lakeland will be at St. Petersburg '.
other wanting it left In. decide on your college, began "How do we determinewhich I dropped out. Brue, 29, Vat the points ahead of New York In Montreal 4. *e>ten 4 Ilio).
Blackman. "Who knows ? .
The dam was Installed last year under a permit from Maybe Dartmouth Isn't I the 800 young men we accept last alternate (admitted to the cocaine MOUNtv. -,........... ......wl.... their fourth'place battle. ,with a. Chieeee 1 S, Mew Toronto. ...Verli!IDetreit ...LIt .:.. -
the Army Engineers which required that It be tempora..y- best for Yet this Is an Im- each year from the 3.000 field yet he put together roundsof Mr 5I..CleerweUr....... Ale, n Melntyre tilt("...Ch.,...,
Ig you. who apply? It Is based on five 70-6747-70 for 274. 5, MO,...r. N.rn....... DNa (
and be removed when the level a ..., ....._. .
,'to water in the outlet below then portant decision which may affect w. 57. h. LNMrd JN
'
dam reached a certain the of lives. things: Marks, personality Until he bogeyed the 15th hole AMY aM".e.l,, ILa4bndi .IL.5.11. .::i iu. all the nicest '
point. That point was reached some rest your rank In class, extra curricular ran" K. 5.eb, J? .55 t seems
days Although will be in college Brue appeared to have a chance I. (nekton, Wethereee, Clan (Clear ;
ago. you .
rot activities and college boards. w.ter) u..pnllNOON
of catching Nicklaus, who had IIOUN' 5rak..". "
four it will
Ie And we were told over the weekend that the dam has only years, The last of these is the most w. Cellen lC"arwater> 111 v
have a bearing on the next ......w.NnN, Melnlyre ILekolenell. .., drink {
'y already been removed! IF it has been removed-and wedidn't important because it is the P..".,.. (ewle, .a.le (Cleerweterl 1 Hieureeen [ people ,
40 or 50 years when you are Prep Cage Poll Jab. and..... (LeeeteniO Vl
drive up there to see-they sure got some fast action. one common denominator Yet Th.rn0.55 N..O..U''"'' D.
out of IL"Blackman s.sICI..h
C any of us might turn down a ravel ... Oof.", **ttr, ,.,_
However there Is need for Remains UnchangedMIAMI t !
no worrying about the lake talked for the bet- lend r.
t top student because he is onlya 1
, level going down now for a time at least for the Withlacoo- I ter part of an hour about the A..oel.TIONs"n. 1HICKOIII
grind NATIONaL
(AP-The first eight
.... .
various advantages that Dartmouth
" .. "Although we dislike the teams remained unchanged last Wa L ioil. s,5aerten

,. "..e. cav TIDES Time-.*. Fee II, lt4. M''... tide, Sal M7t 'I could offer When he term of 'well-rounded man' week In the Miami Herald's poll .........,11 15 4* It I* ..1l0C tT. "Jln '"* OLD
, Mw Nd55. I'7 ....... .... '."'.1 .... ,,_ 1.51 ...".1 .N5 ..1S ....... aw.e finally got around to football, ..h".hl. >l .44* ITUltTi
..- .... ....... ... ..... he didn't do much more than that actually Is what we seek of Florida high school basketball New Y. IT 41 .511 IS
he be with Miami High and St ,,,M DIYIIION ..hNw.
teams
even though cannot so ..
.a
extol abilities of his
;;:; the assistants. round .. ......1 n 50 .T& -
that the radius is the Petersburg High running one- ..,
River is very high for this time of year and the lake Then he showed a .,. 5..... If *
t is at the best level for the time of year for at least the past highlight film of the Big GreenIn same In every direction, two. Le salt. ..an.al.s..re M 5H:35 ..son." 10 5 HICKOK o
meaning that he Is fair In everything Miami High has a 16.1 record Delreileiton a itch
three action during the past foot 5lp1LTS
it
flooded.
yearwhen was .UNDAY"
ball season but outstanding In and received 212 votes In the in, .h.h' lot
r And what we had in yesterday's column applies Just as none. If this rounded man Is a poll while St. Petersburg 18-1 anenn.5 tit Delreit IOT
Bourbon
"This is what we refer to eels,., 156 Lee'An. .lei'II* America' Most Magnificent
It much if the dam Is out. A new permanent structure Is needed as 'Our Alumni Film; he good football player, so much received 196. Tampa Hillsbor- !, .

10 -complete with the locks and control gates. Now is the time said with a pleasant smile. "It the better. ough, 16.I, had 178 and Riviera i FHA VA 1 1L
o I for the people on the lake and the outlet to plan for the next contains only our good playa In this era of frantic recruit. Beach the state's only major MORTGAGI LOANS r 10 years light

structure and very few of the bad ones." log It's refreshing to listen to unbeaten team was third with FIRST MORTGAGE CORP.

:, Speaking of water levels-on the average around Central This listener had to be Impressed a man like Bob Blackman of Its 20.0 record.. Ot FLORIDA 10 years'mellolo!
Dartmouth. If he soft- Palatka 17 1, moved Into ninth
Florida we have the highest water level for the time of by the fact that Blackman uses a SSHVtes IS OOe SUSINSSS"tot ,
year .
i. Ave
I I eior.d.
sell at least he's selling a place ahead of McArthur, 16-4, "
footballas .
was not selling then. MU HIT Lekelen
;lnce the flood" in March of
"big 1960. That flood
-' was the much he was selling quality product. upset by Miami Edison I II u furl ou IIUKHI MMKH wHiun M noof HI .'iww II.TIUIII/ GO.MUTht
I ,find of a three-year wet cycle-and the beginning of the end education-which as really is the I .
t t. of three of above
years average fishing. I
primary Idea of college so he
I I. In three since the flood we've "suffered
the\ years through"dry could ignore the possibility ofa

e a cycle and a period of below average fishing But right prospect gaining AllAmerica

r now it looks as though we might very well be headed into and speak pridefully of''

another wet-and good fishing, -cycle. "the largest undergraduate library
hd In the United States."

Fish Gang Up In Small Places He could also ignore football

..d fame and speak of a student
. The Withlacoochee, as we said Is way up. So, too, Is body of such Intelligence "that
e
the Kissimmee River Leon Denton of Mack'i Camp, ssys our distinguished faculty can

t the river I is at the best levels since 1960. Even the city lakes gear Itself to this higher aver

t' are up. And, remember, this ia supposed to be the dry timee age and go that much faster" tl

of year. None of his attentive young
listeners under the illusion
e We're even pleased personally, for the little lake at then was \
that he might bob
camp in Sumter County, which has been so low that there up
with a free ride, as Is done In
r. has been no fishing whatever for the past two and a half so many colleges. The Ivy )Uruact rloheet julMtwer Crown-

d years Is filling again with water and the creeks are running.We League just doesn't have any. with twtot M muoh trash mange .eenaejmiMUHnvs

... have hope that there'll be a few fish in there again soon. What aid it offers Is accord

We're reminded also that we could be in for another spellof ing to need "

that kind of fishing we have enjoyed only every three or "In the long run" said

four years when the waters begin to run Into canals and lakes Blackman before he conducted .,., ..n rr : ,
from the surrounding prairies and higher ground schoolboy seminar, "we ,
I have found this to be the fair. 1
Many fishermen in this area in those past wet years found est and most honest way tolakeland's r
wonderful fishing west of Vero Beach and Ft. Pierce in the 4 II

canals by hunting for spots where water was dropping into
Rice
the canals from the farm lands or prairies. The fish-both

bass and panfish-Just naturally gang up under those small Wins 2 LR Races


waterfalls.Popping bugs on fly tackle, or top water plugs droppedInto WINTER HAVEN Clarence \ '..

the falling water resulted in strike after strike. We once Rice of Lakeland dominated the : r '

got 16 big bluegills from one spot in just a few minutes on early model class while Wayne .

bugs. iiburn of Plant City and Buzzie "

'. Another hot spot several years ago when the water was Reutimann of Zephyrhills continued rae.sa..aaid

'0 high was on Highway 27 on the west side of Crooked Lake their heated action In .

g south of Lake Wales where a small stream was flowing into the late model division yesterday -=-..;;. : .-
It at the Lake Region Speed !.' C; I
the lake from a pasture Dozens of fishermen caught hundreds
s .
of bass and panfish in that little spot for a while. way.Rice chauffered his automobile ... .
When water levels are rising and high here in Central '
n In > :
to victory the first early
d Florida as Is the case most everywhere, the fish gang up : 'J> ." ,u
model heat event and came ..
..
e and appear to enjoy biting. It looks as though we might be back to take the 12-lap feature.I --- .'- ; ,

in for some more of that fun I Gene Tharpe of Bradenton was .

second and Robert Pugh, who ..-- .. .-- 'Q ,

s aI. won the second heat finished

third.In .
I the two heats and the

feature for the late models Cli-

burn and Reutimann demon

strated excellent skill
r driving A..ar U.. A..5r15r
and provided the fans with a _low....sW-ate. _..NS .MAwl..ywld a.w.lw asL.A
first-class show by driving to .. lhl.a._... ......,._$....4. a._h.n55.a e..q spa..0..d.th
, a dead-heat finish In all three ,hn.Wm15M athw. .,w."wddyanMh..d..__ WmaeYrab.
r_ _"". ......._ I-rws.ln.M.. I.WMtdwNra aa.l..d..awSas
\I. lSAf q events. --....,... 0..l.Mw.wdw. ..WI,...._lit'"- 055.5....,,.._
t Results of races: owl..I.45.t' "'....., ,sSw1..1 _.......-" dl

Fire SALV Heel-I.MOBIL Clerenoe. class*.... Leee
I.e land, a. Auerer HenneeV. Lekelenfie fO filll
I.I. Narmene' .teeMheue*. ftereMteecentf .
t I. L Meee...e-Mirblen I. lleeerl*' Muleerrn rueh Ormeet S. 'r lIDd'f lIDdr
I.J WnnML, T....... 2 2G
< .N"eve.al._ ..._ teeelen!
I.. 0.... "h_._ .,_MM S. lleeerl'wth
.' enlace.

J. ..All,.,..Three. .LAn.. *.MODCL ven Heutintenn*Verne CLASS CM. u.n.. e *
.,h.lI.. ....4....uie.. <,e...... all .hree leenlire .MI
I. ( and _.... heel feeture. i
n ,.
o en Polo-Clark Win

Tag Team MatchMarco .

r : :
Polo and Miss Christa '' ;

t Clark teamed to win the mixed .
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tea to Dr. No's nemesis, James Wlrt photo>

Bond, as played on the screen

by her husband Sean Connery. Authors Tell
In "Tom Jones," Diane wore WORRY CLINIC

a black wig. and slovenly dress

but rebelled when the director Of ProgressIn

wanted her to blacken her teeth. Wives Tend To Nag .o
In person-and In her next re

movie, "The Third Secret" with WritingBy

Stephen Boyd-the public sees Sissy HusbandsBy

I Diane as a luscious blonde with BOB THOMAS

the sailors kind whistle.of figure that makes AP Movle-Televlklon Writer George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. / PET I WAS I'LL FIX 7M: 111 I'VE GOT A V

HOLLYWOOD (AP) How I WONOERIN IF 'I LOVELY COLb.'J

Recognition Important goes It with America's best.sell CASE R-.711 Robert: aged heard her father "chew out" I WR'D' BE GOOD 1 00 .S" .- I

"I suppose one shouldn't go in ing authors? 20, is a college senior her mother more than once, I >AiENOUGH TO-J I '.
for these drastic changes of appearance With notable exceptions, most "Dr. Crane" he began. "I so she conjures up a subconscious j7I 1'r" iK

," she lays, "because are hard at work at their craft am crazy about a coed named "yardstick" by \ r

people fail to recognize you. They were asked in an Associated Marcia. which to measure masculinity NO, PET, I -
"Recognition is Important to Press survey What are "She is a wonderful girl. In And that "yardstick" In. WOUWNT/'

an actress-but when you don't you writing, and how Is It going fact, I almost literally worship volves a certain amount of (

look like yourself, then acting the ground selfishness or even \a little
becomes fun and a challenge" Nobel laureate John Steinbeck she walk on. brute force ro

She's probably the only actress replied from New York: "I am "So I treat vam
who lives in a onetime charmed with the simplicity of her like an angel ODDLY ENOUGH more x ae i.
convent. your questions and am pleasedto Whatever wives divorce their husbands ::&

"It's four stories high and answer them with equal directness she asks for, I for "mental cruelty" (mean .111E 7..:::.=.YNt fJ

housed 27 Spanish nuns before ." To the first part of try to give her. ing Inattention) than for phys t

Sean and I bought it," she says. the question he wrote "nothing," "But she ical brutality!
to the second, "lousy" stands me up In fact I have interviewedmany Most Of 'Defenders'Shot

From Paris Mary McCarthy"The on dates and wives with black eyes

Woman Recalls Group"-anlwered even uses me as a, who cried a little but then returned
In Harlem StudioBy
more succinctly: "Nothing. doormat. She happily to their mates,
Civil War End Other. appeared more indusrlous is rude to" roe CRANE for women often relish a mild TheStars

if guarded: and deliberateDR' amount of coercion by males CYNTHIA LOWRYAP men suggests a man committedto

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) ly seems to try to irritate me. Don't misinterpret me a* Television-Radio Writer keeping his muscle-tone hlgR '
Wouk Answers
"Yet when we first dated, suggesting that
-Miss Mary Rice observed her men habitually and his weight low in spite of
she was wonderful. So what use brute force NEW YORK (AP-The business
105th birthday Sunday and re- Herman Wouk, Virgin Islands"I on their the sedentary and confining: requirement >
has changed her?" wives. office of the team of Mar-
called that ahe had witnessed am writing a new novel of his job. I I
But there'd be far fewer divorces shall and Reed, known to the
celebrations when soldiers re which I hope to complete and He is in the studio about 12
turned home from the Civil War. possibly to publish In 1964" MARCIA'S Irritating behavior in this country if sissy Saturday night television audience hours a day-7 to 7-five days

Miss Rice, who Is In good John O'Hara, Princeton N.:J. can be understood by read males smacked their wives Impel as Preston and Preston a week. To help lick the actor's

health, said she felt much -"I am continuing work on along ing Shakespeare's famous down at least once or twice counselors-at-law consists of ever-threatening spectre of surplus
younger than IDS novel and writing short "Taming of the Shrew" just to show who II the phys two tiny cubicles In a big, rambling poundage Marshall usually

lories" A nagging wife or an Irritate ical boss in this effeminate By Carroll Righter dirty-wl.ite, stucco building rides a bicycle to and from his

Grove Park Erskine Caldwell, Rhem Valley ing sweetheart often is a woman modern age! In unfashionable Harlem. Manhattan apartment.

Shopping CantorS Calif.-"Am finishing a who feels her man is some (Copyright by The The building Is home studio E. G.-he positively absolutely
book about the means and ex-' what sissy Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.) for CBS' "The Defenders," the refuses to reveal what the

? Ine.ln I treme. of contemporary life In Without consciously diagnosing 0- .. .... prize-winning courtroom series Initials stand for-had a long,
Merino United This Is to be him as such, she has sub NEWS OF RECORD now In Us third-and
SOc 'tU' RM the States. Monday, Feb. I'. 1164 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to definitelynot extremely successful career In
Mssd.yThrs personal Impressions of people consciously arrived at that GENERAL TENDENCIES Dec 21) Finances should be I.-sealon. theater and films as a character -
Friday I' and things after 25,000 miles of conclusion and thus tries to cincuir' CONS About the only resemblance actor. He was much in demand
....._ Now have uppermost in your mind now.
an unusuallygood
Jt NOW I travel from end to end and from re-masculinite him. M... Di.irr.'Curti DI... dimluol. you but be between the series' principal as a featured player In
fhswa At. The 50115 Drnni ., Lust resort chance to put into active sure you first get
average woman regardsa
:00-,10: side to side of the country. TItle certain amount of roughness :!ff.Frovral'.av'nia:: : and Lay Ann expression and motion good advice from expert characters and the actors who television long before "The De-
5:15-7.10. : 'Around about America'low ol Lakoland aM.. ... Bobby, BmlU the and that Then put ideas to work wise play the starring roles Is the fenders" made him a star.
plans
Is it going? To me, it's and even physical dominance Curl at lr at al. ...l. precepts fact that they share a fascinated
9125Ia. J, .,, a dam. decided over the week ly. Correspond with those secretary, Marshall has become
looking good on paper," as a symbol of the nM es cardm. :, r.mJrim11II0" you out- .town. a Miss Lola Shumlin a dark- by the law. For the last yearor
male. astiml: P a"llob us. Lest H. Iml1h. dlr end were the one by which
; ;'io : John Updike Ipswich Mass .st.,. wish to live and CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to haired young woman who assists ao he has been attending
When she feels that her escort Ruth w. >r Hut1. 'wut Hwi. you operateIn
"Thanks for your Interest; aauaal. in clerical matters, orders In constitutional
is too submissive and the months ahead. Show Jan. 20) Relegate the Inter weekly a course
James garner i. but I make it a rule never to to the point of a"yesman" COUNTY Ltcanaaa COU.TM..o you can organize the social est of others to the back plane and train tickets, and also law at night school.
discuss work in It David lr" Mill. a{. Auburnrlalt makes Bulgarian and
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; tempts fate. car that recreation help upon own needs and lied consomme which, with raw
: edy matters. Marlin Wllmar Motlar Jr 33. LakaThomaa your
WNrYrlnnaeemot'1 Eugene Burdick, Berkeley, I.nd sod CMhrm. Lmeb.W. Camabell desires Think of improving carrot rounds, constitutes the RCA Cape Photo
"How can I make him assert as spirit more. ,
Calif.-"I am now working on his masculine dominance .Z-1.0.: SI tA I ARIES (March 21 to April appearance first. Don't neglect usual mid-day repast of E, G
1el' two books. One will be titled Don.ld nand Alkt Lemur I .id 71 ilkilandtonald social affairs of importance Marshall the senior member of
? Is the vague questionthat II.B rMer K. 0.1- 19) Get an early start into Workers Reach
4Iidnrllng" 'The 480" and Is about presidential ii.. and Alice (IU.ldtns Cordon. the firm.
percolates through her 3. Haln.. Cltt. the world of activity where
politics It is within a few Franklin' JwnHao. ST. winter I AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb.
counoifcutt subconscious mind. Havan, and Uarald.no waken J.rWalai you can best show your aggressiveness Marshall Lounging
chapters of being done. The other "Well, I'll just irritate him nle.D' 97 AubYrnd.l.. and make big 19) It is wise to do some Contract AccordMIAMI
Is called 'Nina' Book' ands and affront him and stand him Henn .Lankford.nd Lmors 'jaoa )Mall.t. 1.0.47 headway. Be sure your credit thing thoughtful that will\ impress On a recent working day,

DRIVE-IN THEATERSOPEN a love story It is done but up on dates and be cross and Laka Roarr soil John,.. Fraaman. I]. Lak.Uni). is good Have you been as those from whom you Robert Reed was working in a (AP-Radlo Corporation -

needs redrafting"Edna mean until he asserts himself ind Md.Clirl.lin. Bua Cgallna, II Laka- civic-minded of late as you want support for your ventures scene involving a Marine. court- of America (RCA) and its
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Tbs Night -"It has always been Imposible they are likely to lay handson derDn. IY. .Ralph"H.rllr. AnCharlf. TAURUS (April 20 to May those you know are not your stage occupying most of the Cape Kennedy Missile Base
Go Out T A Morsel I 3>, Wavarlr,
T. work in building's first floor Marshall
about friends.
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.for me to a girl."Therefore. and Jlmmla NeLL Jtnuu. li, Aubuta- 20) It may be that what you on your guard. reached a new contract agree.
g progress. If I discuss it indiscriminately I shall work d.I.and B. "" tot"'D. 43 Wlnur need to get out of the financial PISCES (Feb. 20 to March was in his shirtsleeves, loungingin ment Saturday night, a federal
h I I find I don't wantto him up to such a rage that his "...n Marila Jaaa. ForiUr. 11. WIOMr doldrums is to find some 20) A close tie can do much his second-Door dressingroom. mediator said.

iii write it. Some writers have self-control vanishes Then he Inda Lamw LOW:L.O Llndwr Aolw.. IS 11. ,Zolfo BowllDa, and more modem methods of op for you now, but it is Important The union, which has been
family tntirtoinminl that feeling, others on the con- will become primitive and erating. Be more courteous you are specific In It is a small room with seeking a new contract since
Complies Showing eP T:00So trary have almost a compulsion seize me and shake me till [1"5i'rT!Thomal! .,. al 5T 110.10"Barlowll and U- to new contacts, too. Show stating your aims. Be more scarcely enough room for the the last one expired Sept. 1, said
to talk about the work In which Jrrwln C'horl.. M Clnrlilal. "" .. enthusiastic about basic furnishings chair cot,
It All Ai Lato At ISO my teeth rattle O. onli Min aouul 4S. MoeIal'* admiration where merited. attending the agreement would be voted on
first Ana Skowlngl they are engaged I do not wish BMrn Neon Crawford lent. it. Halnn GEMINI (May 21 to June social affairs in P.M. Agreeable dressing table and mirror plus at a membership meeting Sun
to appear uncooperative. It Just THIS IS THE roundabout Clt, and DoroUTr. Mao Yeuul_. 21) Take the time to find profitable chit-chat pos a corner In which to hang his day.
LaueRNca NARVY INiii happens that way with me." thinking that a "shrew" goes 41 Dav.npor"H.,5"7ndK a 111er' 1wlat.r just the right machinery or Bible clothes. It also contains a number Commissioner John R. Murrayof
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and CIMl1A.A pane through In her effort to force Wlnlar HavmThorn. ..d* t"clnd. arN11. la gadget that will make your If Your Child Is Born To- of items designf to help the Federal Mediation and

her escort out of his sissy behavior : Clt>. and.. Courwnaf Vivian Lwlt Trim.Wrliht It Halnn{L work lighter and more presentable day . he, or she, will fill tedious hours between shots Conciliation Service announced

*1 WONDERFULaWo "WHY DO YOU Halnn AWn CUT Mllrhtll profitable. Planning have an early desire truly books, including a number on the agreement Murray, RCA I
Braddork II Bald-
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BROTHERS CRIMM his proper masculine role. .nd> All Waltar.. Lou William.D.r..lit. 20. 18.1.o.00..nd Lau. MOON CHILDREN (June inatlon in this nature. Be cot suspended on four legs," an 780, AFL-C10 began negotiation
So her constant efforts to hM.aserlct 22 to :July 21) Don't be sure to equip your boy or explanation reads. "You strap sessions here three days ago
maMOrna offend him are a subconscious : .sootLonu.PentR' e.8lmbro Utdod, aJ: afraid to get together with girl, with an academic education yourself on the cot and by move, Union workers walked off their

e plot on her part to mold him Lak.land'Imnlttv' Al.. Blrkford. '/. Lakeland. persons who are apt to be so that all the wonder. ing your hands from your waistto jobs briefly last fall but returned
WALTI riua-OO.ON-COLO.AT 10 ONLY Into the sweetheart that she Led and show Ann Duncalf. 30 Laka- somewhat abrupt but who ful talent In this chart can be over your head one Is ableto under a truce agreement.

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DEAR ABBY. L4siaEO/ FIOLYlIL w, REMAIN ASLEEP TILL /MCW.TW

For l MOttECCai RK THIS ONE NTOVAL/ rolf
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your ) NTTHAH MAY NOT AFAJCT MANiONIt"
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H is DEAR ABBY: m may sound like a silly problem but DEAR GIRL A brute who would wrestle a girl for a kiss. pa 1'M READ I PCR I'VE E4EEN V{ IT'S LUST THE: MAlt76

very serious to me. My husband travels a lot and I am U a parked car I illICIt about to settle for a "tender goodnight Jawut HER-i/IORT!9"tEll( 1""k RAl7i FnR SIR-TC) FRIESNEN UP

motel terrified while to stay he ii alone at night so ha gets me a room at a It...." at the door. The porch light should be ON until everyone 4ERICAN BILLIONAIRE !+ t c o 4. ;, e, R >SUITEtt

gone. I get all upset several days before who's OUT to IN. And the place for a goodnight kiss bIN CROWN JEWELS F
be leaves and I'm unbearable to live with. I realize how the nous*. BUYS stLWeDuPtr

stupid this U, and we really can't afford the extra expense, r. GUARDING,
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but I Just can't I
help myself. I am ao ashamed of my pr b- TREASURE ,
lam that I don't tell\ people about it. When my neighbor DEAR ABBY: May I add something to your answer to PERSONALLY \ fi

tee me coming home the next morning I can Imagine what the sixth'grader who was ashamed of Ms mother because she IK) HIS

they mu.t think. What should I tell them when they ask me bad a foreign accent? Every American, except the American PAl..4TIALtiWTt

where I was the night before? Indian descended from foreigners. But foreigners brought AT

AFRAID more to our shores than an accent They brought knowledge,

DEAR AFRAID: Tell them the ambition and talent. These are the things that made America THR WTZFARLTOH- -_
you spent night at a me- "Yti1MR.
teL They'll never believe It. great. Don't be ashamed of Mom because your teacher asks G

her to Teachers used to that I also Ft76DICK
repeat something. are 14CTELa .
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DEAR ABBY: I am a teen-age girl who figured tome- want to assure you that your "good looking" American father
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thing out that might help parent When knows your mother from way back and he to used to her
a girl goes on a date .
with a boy she likes pretty well, she usually gives him a goodnight English by now. A person who can communicate in a lan : ; \O .a:.:, : :.. HuwsNa yA SCAMPERING ot7. .O Uo p

kiss. In order to discourage th'l' guess) most parents guage other than his own (no matter how broken) to working OUR LAST INFORMATION UNTIL11Ni ts71JMtSLEQ ti \ O epD .O op V ,

leave the porch light burning Most kids, not wishing toward a better understanding. And understanding only shall IS THAT SHE'S CCAMPERISK3 o 0 r s y o Y .? h %
lead us to the that we are all praying for Abby THROUGH TWS MOUNTAINS, o -o o, % ?
/ to put on a show for the whole neighborhood, take the hint. peace no 9 r; i n i iiiimsaSS

But they soon take to saying their goodnights In a parked car matter how tired I am, I always find time for your column.

on a back road. Parents who want to protect their daughters Please reciprocate and find space for my letter. S n Q _Qp

from a tender goodnight kiss at the door may unknowingly DOROTHY G.

be encouraging a wrestling match In a parked car. *

Thank you. CONFIDENTIAL TO "FEELING NO PAIN" IN ITHACA I

A GIRL WHO KNOWS WAIT


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YOU THt TRUTH WHEN DOeS KNOW/ AL/YOU'D GETTER
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TOMORROW MORNING 1 Direct the adulterated. tlons.

steering of 24 Telegrapher. 52 Decrease.
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Wwk.u. MavM TWayAlmanaa Ws."Is. AIMas", o..d .r a ship. 25 quarter, 63 Grew
10-euw. ,: Jtff M.Y. I... .N D.r SLookedtoward. Paris brighter.
Ti4t-CartmnikaU_ T d.Y. M..k. 15.55 .d D.
a.O-D. !-. 21 Undermined. 57 Marquand's GET YOURSELF UNDER DOES i; Juooo ONLY THAT t til CALL WB HOSPITAL
S Is-C..t.t tt R.n::::: T TM.r d.r ass McY:: (avM van* C..L R.n..r.Hantaraafeartanftvilla 10 Merchandising 30 Operatives. sleuth. '1K'LI WHATLL Z PO "XCONTHOL.iON.1' I M $URE KNOW A&OUTTHt JKKEIVtP OMB.. AMP CW6CIC WITH THEM:
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T.d.Y CaM. HantaraaO : -,
JUDGE "PARKER BAYS X 6H5 6ET5 VERY FAR! ABOUT R! TO PARKER:
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:') Aa..n.Si. is M.aR.rwn ,. passage. 33 Hat) colloq. 59 Dishonest FOX DINNER, ,
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Mka Wai Mw,. ftaaniah Lataaniftpaniah ,
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I Lav Luay Wartf P., Wcrallal D .s w.,.. ad. Lav* LMVao A TELEGRAM ?
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W -Tha M.Cara OnaanWatiMi Pra* la Hiant: '" Tha M:f.: smooth. 39 Balkan ruler Eng states = HERSELF Y
-Tha M.C.r. Canaantrahail Pnaa la ItiaKt TKa : y -
1O a ta 4 Ol.ara M.aamt Linka K.) Okiatt la P.ta O aia 17 Billet-doux. 40 Chefs man. TO MAKE A a
U Ht::Prta 4 Ola: >a :Klitaina: : laiO_ .et la r.t -:.:L IS Varieties. au-feu. (I Admitted. == PHONE CALL

19 Fur: bark 41 Go by boat. 62 Miss I..5+ FROM THk .y y _
A JOININItlOOM! !
or skin. 42 Splinter. Maxwell. T

lfl 20 Accoutre44 Folk song. 63 Not so much.

RADIO-DISPATCHED SERVICEA'eor menta. 41 Opponent. 64 Beasts of

22 Balance. 47 Water bottle. burden.
A. Your Phone
23 Less 50 Examina65 Judge.
TV Star* Rodlo Color, TV SowlolltM
liport Sarvk ." "" 11...... 6 Air Condition-on AU.THATCOMMOTION
DOWN I r '

!::4 NITE & DAY TV & .G&I oven A
A.lr .r.1: 1 Tilt. the rind. 41 Secure. / POSTCARD

Open 8 A.M.-9 P.M. Phone 686-2176 2 Reputation. 24 Barbecue 43 Latvian. RT I'
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3 "-, Juanita gear 44 Truncheon a G I

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TOMORROW AFTERNOON 4 Going light title 0 ,., t 't ii r ; dC

u-.w af t... 'lit Intaraailan la) taMff. ...> MXl briskly. 2( Exchange 47 Four-footed '

1a la O=*Lava.ah Talnf af.Lifa:,..,0 |.t maraaaian Or Canaa la). fravan a.tar Kava Hnawa ftai IrrTruth ;:hL. ... 5 Mendicant premium. transporta I I74tz
.'_.'. titht Truth Or Canaaa.. athar ..... Oudni T.'sI'i monk. 27 Big top. tion.
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100-0:1 .IY N.w M ,. N Mu Lava N ilfiIV ,
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Nawa Muaia Lila
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S 4 -Warlal "!...!*..Orauann. Lat* T.ma Warn. TurinMaka :
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a 0.-P.M.erd Daal lal"Ann (atharn raaiwar 7 Good wishes. 31 Series of 51 Casts off.
I H-fmnwtrt Make A Daal I lai Ann atharn NM.d 8 Finishes. musicalnotes. 53 Weather
:Hamaaartr THa OMtor, Dan I" Curt N.,.. arb
jJ : Mauaaarty Tha Dactort Par In Curt N.u..rb_ 9 Moines systems.
I K-T. .... Trutlt Lore"' *."". e.".'.! !._"..! T. .... T.oth Iowa 33 Exist 54 Cleopatra's
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.,-..... M.... ca..... T..o......_ s.w.ttMM 11 Shun. 55 Comfort. I A 5LAMMEO DOOR OUT Of MVCAMIANO HAS CAST Mt A* A HOMl-WRECKER.f'
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Rent. 35
4 II-.ot ator.s M.tell G. T. Rowboat. 58 Liquid
4 30-u.CN w.It Yna. ..uw T..'......... .._..... YOU'RE OUT EARLY THIS PINT A I'M GOING DOWN TO WELL, I'LL PUT HER NASTY LITTLE MIND
4.s-Y..Is 55.15.. ..-Yn_!N...!!_ T..o........r WSn.nasa 13 Go in. 38 Illuminant. measure. THIS MORNING, LIILI! SHOPPING TRIP. MY HU56ANOf OFFICt TO. UNSAY AT EASL!- I'M QUITTING-.
... D... Mwr .._.._ O..k 0... 21 Boat 39 51 Extinct .
.k Mwk.r Gaudy; r. -DO YOU PLAN TO tl THING!
I 't-Q., .... M..k.. Mwy ..._.._ 00".w. '_ .... MRS, WORfH! OMt RIGHT NOW!
I -.. ... to 0.._ c:...... at". M.__ N_ 22 Remove glittering. bird.CRYPTOGRAM. FIRST IN LILAC AT A tj MEANWHILE ,
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MU 6UUJIILCO Soles & Service A .. f' II N BDBAFGL QNFC AGLOW r REACTION !

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TV STEREO RADIO REFRIGERATORS n s TOAZ CTBWQZ.

RANGES FREEZERS WASHERS DRYERS PRATE A R

.40 YEARS OF SERVICE IN LAKELANDCarrier's P F 5 jL| Sunday's cryptogram. The

= A P A B L H_ rabid bat's babies had rabies, '* WHILe OH THS MALE UPS,TICKST sirr ALONG A LONJI.VITHWI MIOMWAV MIU
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WEDU TV-Channel 3 10STFR L 10 STARTTY0PINALLY KICK ot- 5RN1a, .OYD-
Tour N F P 10 NALLowcmd stair 1 e SUTTON VANISH AND FKATErNITY PINT t WHAT WAS MRS.
TAMPA REALLY I MAPO) rise eoocs MAN** NIGH THAT NAM, aoYD
-.a/IO/M FALL* ON THt EARLY ,, AT OLD MAUMGG... AOAJN
Of Extended IvtNINO 01 THE IO
Duty THIS, SVININfJH j _ANNUAL NOW SAIL : I

....-.un.....hln......Almanac........ Ontario' Sudbury Basin II 0
IndefinitelyJACKSONVILLE -Cma. .-. Oral Girl Killed
"'-" -.'-. .......... J I a leading world producer of
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Navy announced Saturday the "it-CKn O4fTOMo.sow ;

Aircraft carrier Saratoga's tour ..O'N''OM..o. Plane I. OXFORD

of duty In the Caribbean has I ....--. Me i ..finHintnl .t PropellerNORTH I. ra/A
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been extended Indefinitely. ..._... N..I.._ .
AMITYVILLE N.Y.
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The carrier based at nearby I" 4S-Y f. ........ .
(AP It an exhilaratingride
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had to
Mayport. 11.-....... InWrlutfa for 18 QUALITY
Nancy Thompson ,
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return Monday. It U taking part 11.I OMr.MMaMTOMORROW' .
In Operation Springboard an an-I AaraMMtl .. flying In a small plane. I TMOU6WT I'M Oil-. 1
The .I* _....... ......_ When the George E. BEBTLB'/ YOU SAD Ws AFRAIDVoo TW NTY-r n/l
nual training exercise. exercise pilot. '
CRAWFORD :
!:t M-vMintfar artan C rnar4f WHAT ACS OOINA wtKB (':OUR DAY
began Jan. 20. M-M wa.wt.ud, Martin, 41, a New York City detective YOUPOINO WfCM A FIVB- ONLY

./I--MwNwww'_......... ..L.wN........ landed the two-seater!. GARAGE IN d HOUR PAYS HALF '
|' am tha Oaainnlnfl
to
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Ontario's Sudbury Basin U .
a.f1tS--W..Id .Ia.-q piper cub Sunday at Zahn's '
of a THS
the world's greatest source _... .
1.4 aaalnat>n< WMMe..Y DOORS
nickel. I.!l__Muaiaal ran' IntarluMI Airport near this Long Island I. AFTER./ ,t v '

o "1.70MwnM..Yn1wh.Ye_"" ..0'.' __.. community Nancy couldn't wait 0
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_Din Piatura to tell her schoolmate, Martin's I. CALL FOR ESTIMATE .
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A-l RADIO ,._Taka Thirl.Maw daughter Judy It, all about! .

ft TV SERVICE the ride. I: In.tolleel by Crawf.rd .

..... N. ._. .._ I Appendlclt'.trlku' men more Nancy, of nearby Wantagh' H
Mu"l f M'Nta .'. than women, In a ratio of three ,traced from the craft and ran no WEST MAIN .

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LAKELAND LEDGER. LEGAL ABVtRTIHMiNT LI&"L ABVCRTIttMCNTTHf. FINANCIAL
EMPLOYMENT
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Monday, Feb. It, 1N4LIQALAOVt1tIEMtNt ANNOUNCEMENTS BUSINESS SERVICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN CIRCUIT COURT OF CLASSIFIED ,. .

-- IN THE COUNTY JUDOC THE TINTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT. Is- .ne"ol Imlcm 36 L. wnm.wert I. Srylc 54 H.lp Wonted, Male o2 Butintts Op.rtu"lll.

NOT 1C i"U""iii .)- COURT IN AND FOR POLK IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, ADVERTISING .: a
.FICTITIOU NAM' LAW COUNTY FLORIDA LORIDA IN CHANCCRV.. If /IOT0'L1p Cover MHiff. 30 i RII'AIU ON oil II.k.. I..n".,. J f1.o LAKIAND operapri r" I laundromat.ft J
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II enilBM Pall
Rom RBI-W7
N'illi'. in (. IN RR' ( Coos Na SOllO.Sl.4a C..1 o. 1017 Slam.wandvrbno .
rcby tl\en$ that Ih: "rNmlICNNIS'J RATES bedtpreacti illp cover.Au.Ulaa mat.. en repair.. AuloKlectrlr III *0. N.I.e man ..II .r health ruMDU.
II."I'AI.n" de.lrln to .. blAB! FKI'olCRAb. NATIONAI.MOHTOAOK .. .
eniaa. 0und.r ear >ol Florida AT I. oDd Sl-40 mod
i..lnaa til* flrililoua I name. 1I..d I I AI'IATION. SUj Tro nlrM coda o..LI.. .. Hun. Honor MH NnU .ho.. _. Inter-
cf IK. MANN A8MMIATIM I T. An ("roodltn" .n" Persona ioh". a corporation or.nl.d *. Word.Minimoni dredi Moiopbootoe000ns. Irom 1":1 ,. c..t.MU.r..a 41 0.0 ..
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OP LAKFCLAND at 100 Lake I bni 'talmo 0" 1e.mando Attlno''.I .0 act or (' aalat- I Mirrrin 0. .1 t JOth Anniversary! Year

Parlor Hrlv. in Ih* City of Kak. Bald Kalaui : Inn purauant to. lra.'or.i Chargo$1.0Si INCOMe 'AI ."... H.:: 3 R.s.vstlsg| ,. EXPERIENCED TIDE rwapper. Eventl
l. "Oil. anrl card or Pars. 3 t stWtdi old. sod loan Mr. I S PMdeili .
nd. Hoi 'Ida. Inlemda la realm*!r i yon ar* N.tonl Mnr. Aaeoolatlon ont OA7XI(1S I.. COr. AN'
she MI. <| mm will ih* Clink 01!I h" iilflad' lo (II. In duplicate all I Iciolmo Chll. Ar. Dna, Oar DIM Data AUTO INIOIAe l'D aeKdeat '. boa ""I.I.NOVAlNO A. Co.. 111 No" Pdrlda A..

Hi. ( treull Court of I'olk County, and demand which yoi 0h Plaintiff, 1 oa (240 bias Mil II.b ton,. Photo '-1, .u. .11
lorlda. 0 a.5o mat ill* ...lal* of MARY if It L pay Call IU ,. LAW, for credit nod FREE

/./ mviva Z. MANN II1KVK URNNINd!: dK-.aad. In ROBERT. KAUTS5 ..t Hi 2 & h I nC81PI CUOI'OM" L .bed.: 49 Willl olotloo ORADUA1..Ic"'... In.
II alII I I h. offIce or nirhard A. Bmnann ix-fenrlani MAD dr.p.I. : :'Wlp M ..
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"onnl>' .ludit*. it hla offlo In th NOTICE OF SUIT 'PAC' RAT a-mOb ol..n. Pr..1m. .:, LET dat r dolor and oUant ** beneWrit .

IN NOTICI TMI COUNTY TO C"1.0'TO'' ('0"1 i Hou. at Barton. florid.. STATE UC MXHIIDA 1X11 .a.2 Pr oulowe Irom.I n ,our hmo .mpl.luraa L. NU 3. a nor''II IN and Inilall I Tour Site i, hIM. do.lb of aualitwa. 5Pc. Place Setting

JUDOI"COU"T $ within .1. alrnda' 1'Olltl lrom I Alvll M. Kyruin and Hwee.de Mar CSP1 DIIPLY RAIl I' C.I ln 0000.000. Up to month parhont ,, 110 al50.150 Bo. M of Beautiful
tN AND POPOLK .. .looi..sry' too. IIK4, which. I I. tha Pot*I I'rum. hi. wlf. whoa *d. 1.30 pr .olu. I.b MU I.3. L 240. !I.,." LedjerAM .
COUNTY. 'L.O..IOA .of III. first tnlhllcKlon rr hhIull'e II drOol ,, N _. Tulip-time Swedish
IN Rl;. HJPA'IK) OK. haih rlalm' or damandI I YOU ARK, HKUKHY NOTIFIED = Cjpntract a.lei Upon Reaueit i"uli-N. ik WA"T: MICAIOIC.. ba.nm 01 ud_I

MART KRAJVCIS CLRRT II1n.t I b>' In wrlllni. mu.' SlotS IhrI that a ault for tnorti.aa f"i<*. WANT AD DEADLINE 0' a black Volkiwcien Oedin EMPLOYMENT .10. .. mopadi0000. Shame Stainless Steel
p.d I 1,10. or reeldenc' and otfhaddb'eoo boa barn mAltA itiutk her car sod left! ,. "a t.c'ne
filed ,
pool a ai.ln.t 50
T. All rredllnl'l aol p..on. Hu.In. r'uur yon WORD ADS AND BPACB tOt ra00000 I boo icrldenl on ,J.n ..21 o .rl. Federal
at lha claimant' inapt ba I Iaworto tha abova AD Save 130 tt First
rooaae.oodIhot
(iOtuiiO 01 Dem.nd. Alaiflhl, I ,to and muat ha filed aa I you ar* .nll.d ; loaer 4 3 p m. d.r..ro.' p..,.. u.rr 21. l. 4. Bear .Orala. For.. S3 Help WoRttd, rtmolt I.
Hull l belaid, oraloooa ..by .qlll.d = leioept i paper -J. In..n llcenw S U. of Lakeland. Limit-one
aforesaId ma will ba- a
tiopv an.wer orother ado moat be IB
norollic. be-
Toil mil each of you. st's hreny written 0 '. upon J 4 30 Frldiii.CTARBIF1ED fO. B. 1'1. Oo.Ia.P'lalda. WAITREIIA 'Oa i gift per account.
ooUII..d to file In duiillrat .11 l llalma i 'OiOOOIcIACIR fo. p =: .
ISABKI1S: BIOHOPIEoctatrlo H.rdln Plaintiffaiiornoy '. FUND BAIBINO plan.r.. ,. 'ill Wool : II.
end ctem.nd. whlir' y.u 0 ..t..r.n... D1BPLAT ,la.lloa .upplr rbeneMtaojQ '
h,,'. ...In.t ih. nut of MARY ., addt-eia I. tl? II m. d.r hobart L.1 t WRITE LADY Ioroldorl,; CITY EMPLOYMENT a Additional place letting
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KltANOfc.81: C"RY. o>ce.. .I. In Lima Sorest, lakeland' Ploi : 00 londOn :. o.r Samoa. tIc 10 auoemot 0. 003.5050, available considerably
t h. ufflr of Kkheid A BronunnCourtly 'do. nI or h.tor. the 81k by of be In our offloa :' OPALS'$ BEAUTY Bhop li pew >
NOTiCE OF APPLICATION' FOR I M.rl. IB1. and h.lor or Im. n .* noon). pen. In Medulla Oardeni. tie, WAIVED, M1DDLB "W /. WEEK'S FEE Hae retail price each
turtle. it hi. l>rric* In in*I TAX DIED ktnata .. .. I 0 rar* I blow
( Sill N 1Nntlco >I mPIII" to file wllh south clamOrs Drive' POol' ahampoo .0" t 0 ( iund.n Ad)
.
( All
'n"r H
ouo.a t Km low. florid,. muit be IB th* Ledierof It001 room and : lave $15.
la hr hv Rlvan or h.u..er. I.r you
> thai Oil
... IUVhKKIKlEO th* abova .t"l..d Couit before and eat SI.5. ihaoipooind 208 ARCADE BLDO.
dor
n.l.ralrn' month from 1100 aai SOt.titday PIM I.
HHHVKtg. Ilnr '.. .[ha original' of aald S115 aloe. .111"App .
I anawar olaald for publlcatloB Monara Haru" ,
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February loll. wtilch I I. IheKm w -
of Ih firm '. ofthl r iboider' Tao larliricatr ?'\o lilt. written defena. If any. Thl. P.Mr. ..m.n.nt SI'S P. 2 k Va. .1r. Free Offer at BOTH
piihllcttlnn I..d., th. -nil eeka on.5 00BUILDING Poll ,i
lilt d y of JUNK:, A. D, to fnrecln. a morll.ar 9 0. IOU8ltKIKPE m. .d
nntlr. l uheplmnio.' I bIn .0 The .00.. will aol b* re. Offices!
bud VIa
.. loll 1, hap flied porno In my offlre ipon th* following prop.rly .
..II In.. mum milt th d".rbl tar .
plaro I end hoa "n.lb' mora delaM a boaaah000Ins.
mad tn application fori to-wlt l.. d. :
of re.ldenre$ nil office .ddran Io.ne
( pool .or.o' 1."lp. .
tai deed lo ba la.ued th.rauon Lot I In Block D .r Com.mere TRADES 0. al
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if I Parlulinan moot lxrKopim > PLNT
"nrn I" and 11I".t I.I.. Iliad, opafnoaald I 1 Slid cetllflrate brooch lha fn'' Park Bartow. FlorIda. THE LAKELAND LEDGER MU 04710.YOUNG FIRSTFEDERAL
riolni de.crlhed properly) In thacniniy I Io' acfordln to lha plat thereof LADY wmtod for aa
or.Iniaan. will b.eom.0101 14
\' : of Polk, Stale of Xlorlda,, recorded In plat Rook pane TLHONE Building, CarptnterlngIon. hop .ork. AOplY 103 Mob ( EECTRICIANS
10.1'' : 20, public record Polk .
BANK of. : ai.oel.o.sIlos. .
Nonh 897 rt nf Weal 15 Kt.nf County, HorldaIf 6-1151 WINIW8.
I.AK.r.A-on 50000w Must
By: /Klrtmrd N Pear* Hit.1" ;* of BWK Hetllun 5)Towaohlp '' you foIl do ao, pro. Ion. .r.t.. .rp.I.PAY. I.tConUactlnt STATISTICAL TYPISTPAYROLL ] experienced o
Vice Prrnldrnt. :i auuth. llania UI o'ool'oaot ...11 entered aaalnalu Company Iniured. all electrical equipmentused

and Iruet officer .:..1. > for I relief demandrd In C Phone MU t'lIOI. A. Klmmir.MU CLERK In modern citrus SAVINGS I ,:'
'l'h.I aeaeaemei I of sold propprlyIInd.r tha CimplalnlWITNKKK" ANNOUNCEMENT .. -OM. P
l l A. R. Kurlea. Jr.Knecnlnra "A. .
mid' cc-itfU.le: l.atied woe' my hand and official processing plant: electric

A L Rurlea. 4r. ra* <|. III i tlKHine cf JAMES U COUIJNe .aeal of ,.a at Horton. Polk 1t Fund TR ci'._HANDY Man S.ralo.NU 0 Proireulve.11 lineal eniineerlnt trpl.t, Enperleno.with firm mood' ., motors control and dl.. AND LOAN ASSN. OF

Allorarn fm' F.a.cutoI ,,, ). Ltilcaa th* sold oertlflthall t'tlO fly. Horlda, Ihla Slat day of (P. Bn. 1n!ll ... I la ledc-emed aoiordlni J.nll.r'h.I e .I "L.o. Dollle B 60. 0 o. pavrall clerk tribution panels, fixtures, LAKELAND

l..k.l.nd. FlorIda In I... the ptnperty, flrecrlbed H."ILAN. JR. o onb.3l.5141. .. .. HOME REAIR. 5010(100' roll.In. r.rr. parrell be. etc. Have own tools and .
l.0I nNOTICI herein will b* laid to th. blithe.t I'lerk Courl Mary Ana (on...taa- .I47 r..e. .. blok. .. dr100waa. onbinUulaodnoSurnnaohoSoot5500it5 Demotes. Orinie at TenneweeUrev
bidder' the Lourlhnua .. abin.u Plorlda exam. P.rk: Crnlal Lak. DOns,
at door on By / / Ml. H Fountain room 0 marhlna ".'.r, open pass phy.lca
TO TRUCK DIAIIP.S 'h* fir-l Monday In tha month ofMAIU '"l""y WST: C. Bead, rune"Bui., r.. .10..... MU '.105. Brim momma : at MeadowbrookLONd
Notice I. hereby elven that 'H. ,%.. .hkh ,la th. Ind I'.. CI..rl month old Color blaekwith cntlneerlna, 10'. W.Umo.Lrd
_
ealed told will I.* rer-rlved hv Ph.Rooti din if AAUH. U6.. IN THE CiRCUIT C0UROF' Un. lana. whit l.i' Winhi,'hao t. ndoliar 40. 19 Painting, Deceratlngn rp Hlibw.r, Lakeland, Florida.. APPLYFLORIA C8TABU8HIO builneuRetlrlni .
cf County 1'nmmle.lnnennr : boated of JANU. .IU .
day
1th THE TINTH John Prov.a money maker
.IUDICIAI POUiOBT lolmudo
Polk Count. Hariri. up 10 I.". CIRCUIT 4 0"0' 100000 aid out. ideal for couple Writ* r-
AlY. IN AND FOR. 010.1001 Stoenibl W.k STATEEMPLOYMEN
POLK or
..9A n'*>|AI b AM 'rilMriay. Fab.roar (HhAUf FLORIDA. IN COUNTY ,.:00 0.r so lob nr hour M 3,5100 lit. Lakeland LedaerHDMBLC .
U. 1064. to h. op..d Inmediately II at/iAN JR. CMANCIRY. AM
thereafter and unlillrl) Clerk of .. circuit Court Caai No. .20.2.14 : PAIR preMrlptloa icin OIL and Reflnln Com.

read for fuinlehlin to Pnlk' Conn of I'oik oiinty. I"lorld"U.I7 'PPKRAL N A Tic IV A ai*._ I. b..n rota. and a \2 Reoflngnnhlp OFFCE PI. haa avallabla lor. Im.el.t
:MORTUAllB .
.. WX'IATIOV h aeo* ajouthiale CITY EMPLOYMENT 00500000 aoora
it\ or mora l ont Inn Iriakrab .
a .
000PI00 .
and rha.ala only (Her comt'lel a corporation ormnUed under pin Center Phone ell.403J. ltPlIDABLI w.'I. 515 East St itloa an 5 Florida Avenu ant
.
., .n Act or ('oniiva., and eil.t.I ; '0' Wool Otroot-I,00cIs5
NOTICE TO .I..t
itilnlmum rnc.ifIatlonnpaHid O""OLINI "lo, punuant lo Ills t. ')Innea Lumber Comp.. *00; H WEEK'S: FEE % LakelandCHEMICAL and
Federalallonal "Ia. I.I.ln.
form and Hnec Iflcallnn Sheetmiiniiii .> DEALERS IUo.
W. Main. MU
(- (Bee Ad income .
For furlhar )aornptkn .00' Notice la hereby liven that Ilorl.... Aaaoclallon S Ptrionol Notices 214. .u"d. ..aimed .I.bl. .'

with r. M. LtwiH. pur. iraled, blda will ha received' by Ch.rle ALL 'T'E rxldenllal *r com- 208 ARCADE BLDG. atoll. opr.tr. Repnewtative
cha.liie. Acenl Horton, Hnrlcla. le Hoard of I : (nmml.Klon- rol. enpoiradorretseodMrCnr'a .o.t.
PI.lntf. .
'olnl ,. a UY. oatS cone .nd' .' ar 5. A.
- i ".h. JO opcdraocrv,0 I a'crlnt'ta 0 c r0 01 I'olk Ceotiiy: Flo.d., un to I IARRY- I IU. .. ".1. 14200r I Roofln. and Chret Metal. OALESLADY WANTED tar bl.r I Coppeian. at r. '. dl.trlct f
*
reject anolora II hid.. All bid. to 0:30 oo'boot'h A.) Turoday, rebnd A. rOB" and > "rotirnoti. Culberion H.rdw.CHRISTIAN .. I" Went 01. MU 1.311. d. ao. toroaiaaeod 'tie*. ..
KLIXABKTH M. -I-OHM hit wlf iporUwtar Excellei, ENGINEERSfor 16J..3.
be .on.d".d must b. .ubmlu.d rll.r" 1M. 1584. Iou oproed rn. j jNOTICE
,In duplicate) *n bid form to bihnuld o oi.lliooIoiy thereafter puhllclyI ,* TRADINO OTAMPI raohu000d 0" 24 Platter StuccoP'tITiBIN'UTPATCIIINO. oporlun"'. Permanent peiltlon. GRIRY AND .rk" L.hl.nd

r..d, bl' tOO' County. All bid. r for f Irhlni to I'nlk Ooiintv O'F"ISUIT ho oaht. Aitina.. 1' Soot LImo. *, 120_bat Main, O..e...'30.0 Ia
S TATK of 110 2.0042. .. .
l>* enrloaed In an envelopeaecurely "no or morn new V4 ruble yardlllnea H/OHIDA IO SECRETARY COMPLITI .: process department 113 .oe ..10. .rl'
...'..d and markednn C rawler and I AtUtr A FOHI4 and II17A: NURalNQ hamepea ialll000. 11010roll000atbaddlll000. : engineering B. ,33. L..nd' .
plainly one or Uai OloillIr. 005 poop.. Boo.rtl L.
tlmali. llcineed Jell ,
H"-TH of
the oiitalri Bid nn on. lot more n... t ciililc yard Hendrls' FOHH. hla wIle. whoee 00 Special attention ilvtn tohe ... NU S'6130.USE ToI allIes dallas. Moot :am'i large phosphate a CDIII L.uodrl..0 ..ho.
truck cab and chaaila only. SInilwk : Model TO Buckrl.. rade.ln alVorlhweat ,_ a Ictre.a la unknnwn need of eac* pullout MUCLEARANCE I.p.L d.lr. but chemical' plant. 1.5 d r..r. 1..I.n ,.. .. I
AM Tue.d.y, Epbi'uartIL : 1,owono'o. 10 h. niodo I ur000 YOU ARK HFHh.Hr NOTIFIED 2.1 202. Iorl.nd' Ha. P-U.,. Dgre 'J'.160. Brenoaa. bl
Intl.': 16 hot a aull for mnrlimie f. ". r.'r. years experience phosphate too. 0014101 Ir
Model 11. \ Yard D. LEDGER
OAtS at Door Fab.30J3 Lo..lod L..
Ordered In opan ....1011 on J.nu 1 110 a. Keilal Nn 165S..IL3IC. will "i In'looaoro' ..been .1..d .. )'on UDO ca. North Florida Amnui, l. or heavy Inorganic .
Ih* .b" CLASSIFIED ADS
.M : IP.4. t .terplllar Dill and .nIU..d roonol 1 sod nolloni reduced up Vklellowihlp : I chemicals
t hat miD.brlr.
Pouted) WII.MI'IMcCtTCHtoON: Model 'IH Henclili O, Yard BucketPiad y huorl ) riulrcd| t" t NEED MONEY? ruire.Position
n.roo
Chairmanalined *.In noon b oa.ae between the &r..pyofyoooraooweror ALI CARNIOI Eorsdtlaluo loin offers

( ) n H. SLOAN. JR.'o ietor. nf 100 Ali(. In 1:00: p.Mrtln "Iher written' del.noeooo1ton J. coan lor L.k.l.nd (000BO. for lot BUSINESS SERVICE oppor WANTE
Clerk londpy th'.h lrldoy hy on. Iadln I'elernon. Jr.. pioinllff'n UeiO d Niw. ..ld.nl Earn It I thousands o f unity In press and equip
(apAt Itoro.y. whooa addt'aao, In 117 Neal e.I.om. Call 113 1374 ment
) t Mr improvement.
'ull.
.1 PPooneo. do. AVON I
t..1 Lima Hlreet. loL b Savor Ito P.O. Bo. l1U..k.I..d. women Represent Eco
IT.m I Klnilda. 27 Accounting
N b't.orlolo. I.kol.nd. nn Bookkieplng
633,11. I"or o r before too slIt day of March COSMETICS.Write nomic feasibility studiesprocess
'
..
NOTICE Or APPLICATION) ) FOP .I'I.I"n. t ool. and before LIQUOR LICENSE
TAX-AtiokhoooioO. Yoothorno
or tootoedlatoln'hrreafirr ttCtu and
0 00 Hid Form and plant design
TAX DUO (bonito alii N. tn)
i lu file wlih Ih* Clerk er mf office No axtr
he. .
O ( P. O. Box 1391
N.ll'o :la heteliy : 'j.II.tI'.b"itl? For furlher "nm.munl.I. o f Ih* *bnv. atyied Court the orlg.nl hre lOon and .nl.00 till and project management..
.
VMtHiKitn. HI nii 'nlolm.lnn 0 of .aid 10 Pa.t. areurat. MaNes.Jernoc or
500w.rarno''d will. pm. Ample Movable. Polk
for
ad. County
slob Par. opportunity
holder of lal ferilflcat No. 3l i,6. 1..1.
.
t def 0 Soak,
en anooe. If Ohio LOOK UPtoday's 911 Iwananoa
l batted tha lot day of JUtE: A Ul haolng'I'ha' oK..n'. liarlaw. 'lm'ld. n ec-ka lo fore.|onosoooor any t5ogo ,"I MU| A.114$ Call 62.13 vancement in engineeringor I Package. Advise best cash
,' haa (tic doMino In office .orn'ee 'hA rlKht tn
and 81. h.. .n.,'. IIn 0l.Iilr.lIOt my for r ej 'otanyboro II bid.. lha Hoard to.t hs i ... Inlo..lnw described, pioprrty. c 29 Bay Sittingon.bl production fields Send I price. Reply to

a lOt deed to b* la.ued thereonHalcl 0'aort'Vpo II'. .I.hl 10 ...ad Ike I.It U of Haven Home. Cars For Sale ads resume and require.
Unit lalar
lid for lha nf th opel.oc.d
l-erllfic.le .inl"tacea the fnl.Irmlnl purh. CAlI .r.
I. deirrllied nropertv in Ih. to Ih* l,>weat and/or brat ,f"rkl I *J. Winter hy Map Haven or Plat Florida Iherenf. aaahown in this section and b foncod.0nn.l. ,.rd. plow and .ron.1.. I... 54 Htlp W.ntsd, Mols menu to process engineer Box F-223
l I. found to h* to lha Hoard. rom.
< of of Florida! Virginia Carolina
.
nunty Polk BUI 0OPP0ltI'Ut1tTY.
ntann to make recorded In the uf ihe amazed the excellent Roancuabte '.I. o CARfcLK .
by
aeparate awardaI Otc.
: Lakeland
to.wit: .l.rlo. do Ledger
VA .l rk of ih* (' '.u.t I. Chemical Company. A divl
BIXH-K J TOT U IAKR I blda t* ba .. .dared mu.t bebmltted .036.WOUD talari bite per week .ho.
and
HII1H C{llTtP FfCTIllV: II O .In triplicate nn hid In Plot for Polk I onntv. Ilorlda values Dn't delay. LIKE to oats for two pltal a lila Iniurance retlrement -' slon of Mobile Oi
H. O W N P.' HIP 17 SOUTH f orm. to h. .rnl.h..d b" Ih. Hook 11. Paia .oldr. I. nor horn.. $14 due, protram Aied 1"' Sony PR SALI Iwo bedroom home
If you fall to do ao. decree Company c. '
\V.GK S4 fcASTIhl Minty Al Pohoto Id ba enInaed pro 0(000111 bacher000d. Han.- m.rle. blab icnool .r.d" Harding (001.-I asdocarootourot

......m.nl of pail, properly o' ( In aealed envelop. plain' nnfen.0 y for lha will relief he entered aaalnalou en.bl.. Photo 13-0'r. ., Phone tit..4. Plant Nichols Florida. sod .oulp..." _Ia..o loIn
< demanded In the I allis dull, 1100100 0'
under .Id cerllflcata toned woo "I V maiked nn Ih* out.ldo Kid on .u.I"1
1on.pIainI
(4 I yard Dragline. ft:10 oclnck landlo" I. lniohwor
.'
In th an..nac I ALKXANDMtCiimn
/.101 lueaday February III WI'NK"m) hand and official lie f stOOl'.5 ..
IKtit Pl.t .I.
Lnleaa th. sold rerllfllo .
o eel of office at Bartow KM for eelllna. .
Pnlkitv '
I" .h.1I h. r.d..m.d .cenrd i Ordered, i*, In I1,.4 op.n. ae.alon oninuaiv l'. Florida, thin 21th day of ; 56 Solttmtn Coral I..l and Realauran. ,

lo law. Ih* property describedtherein ( il.nedMIMKR McCUTCHFON J.n".r'n.I 1 When You Need A H.lnel Cloy, Phone RA 1.1171. \
will h* bId to II) hl.he.i t'lr.AN. JR.
SALIOIIMAN
Chairman' : WAN br hoo
bidder at tha ( nurthnnie door on ( ID WAREHOUSESERVICE
CourtBy dellverr.
lbs fret Monday In tha month of (ilinad) n H. BIXDAN. JR. i SF.AL) Clrul. 0000 aie 15 benefit- CommKilonoomp.ap .

MARCH l toO 4. which la th. ind CI.kIIIA I.uclle bOplt.I.r.I.
aroup III..
dn if MARCH: U8' L) D""y Ha.tln.a .. ald. ,Comol.t with pallet sod fork-
'leekNOTICE a Applr .
Haled Phil nth day of JAMJARV \.17 (.50 WIen Brd.. Dlr,. 44 om..pace and telephone

l.<4. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF aniwerlnv, aervlce If .
d HKAU) INS TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT A MAO who I. wilIlo. to Snob '.. ....neat location at Bar
P H. SLOAN. .m. I IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY Nol Ire I. hereby then that > BUSINESS SERVICE aol 100050 hon. I. .II 11r5o0 t Air BM fee distributor IB
Clerk of lha ('I",."It Court FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY I"-A 1.11 BIDH will bor.o'elp.d .n.um. eao hia owo Pall Counur er .cItron die.trlct .
of I'olk County Florida C.ll N*. 1" of Public In.lruc.tlot .ur.. C.. r.ulr.d Comml.o.nlu. Call BerUwl 44 er
I' S71 42.2..1.1 Hulk, ('."nl". Klnrld. at thinimly hoaso SiaO..lll.h Onroloon orIlo LU. compar. Po
FV.IJAI. ) ) (' HuiMHlntendentl, Offlc', f Mall renome. Bout I. Boa Ion. .. .) .,. Florid..
C..IOITO..a-. AMKOCIATlrW
NOTICI TO MtIIIAI! L..I.nd
(om. of the Hutwlntendeint' nl MEAT MARKET fullr "uIP7
IN COUNT THt COUNTY IN AND JUDOC FOR "O"I'O'III"n oot'Ionlnrd re.. and ei'illngiiiraimnt undern I 'uulln Inatrucilon of Hoik ounly USE THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE .God 1._ mnd'laoo3loO.| Am.1
Inrlria). In lha Court Hon. An .pec* I. Winter Hve.
t to the fedeial Nat"Ion.I O.n.
POLI( COUNTY.ltI..LO..IOA Mnrl.... (7lOarlor I n. at lorlOw. P10,1,1.. up" 10 I .IK OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER ADVANC..N. Ha Batat' mart fur. will e.orifice BunBiihi .
IN BK KSIATK: A..lliun ..
Art. clock IM. "..".". lha 281h 8a0m... who d.. CT a' 3071 CT
DR J. D UHIt"h'INli.reoood: Plaintiff, i I lay nf .h..y. 11104. for all ,ooo.O.'rlnlo = CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS la th* field. OwE.r.sod Ilm..1 phone J. ". dO.

To All Credltnia and Pemon. lion __ I iI I od I."r "I..r. for 1k. nod Ml af LMLA hook, ..,U... INOINI.BUMINI man will

Pall Inl, lallna"; .I.t.:or Uemande Aialnil CLJMON IWendimte FARf.FT .*t a'I. i I AIIITICNI' D loITHWfIT IHUI Accountant-Bookkeeping Furniture Call 1..11 for Mr: H.uaer In. t. (1.1 maoufaclurlnaibutlna participateactively

NOTICE OF SUIT 01111014,. or .1-13. la th* ealnc for or _. Box iM.QOOD .
.
lou nd each nf you, III' here.b Much .101000 Oral laliollsli u,11ea. lu.lo
ENCOM11 2AX
ba-AkooiO&tle _.
ta.aro .
properly, owl D.
notified to file In duplicate. all ITATf ( '' rUIHlUA 'J'O'' M.h.r' P1,005 001. ppolntm.nt (I.
.inelv .. ..
filed he Ad.
rlalmi' and demancla wItch >'ou l>. Poetry' and Norma i,. .aid' .1 opened" by the .o.Ihl. ..m.n. .por. ."1 Fr.lur. 65
0 a r n I. e
II.u analnat Ih* ..I.t. nf [II'. JIt 1.1"" kb. wife; .nd R..h.rd. Ktrie I R..d Puhllo I1001rllrlItornoboedlairly Roam lokk..pln.. Potr, ... Mortgages '
Urlffln decaed In the offk'aof l'' and I'atrlila P.tl... hli follcmlni lha afnieeald Lamp Kepolrsl.AWI BUY. 0131(0. Mil. r.fln.iue FHA
Hli.li.rd A. Hrunann County wife. wloaoao acldr,.. I. "" final' hour for rec-elvlna bldnih rd. uo.f..oAulo ATTENTIONLIFE cad VA a0000ooe.. "I. Moot.ooaaCorp.ll .
In i 8Tlt1P05ENTth0lO.
.1.idge. at hla nfflce In th. (Coin You ATtIC limi-.BV "'I'D' I room de.linated fur II.n..ln f ..
,. In. the Lamti part and MEN Porld. l IIOf
hat a ault for for.. Court Houaa An Repairs .pOr. Im.rl.1 Ida MU
,
)lnu.. at Barlnw. Klin Ida. within A.
n''r. Bludloi' J50 ,313.
ala c.lendHr month from fehru.ary ,lo.ur ha been .. "., 'O"I n. Horton. Horlda. or .. aoc.n .oor MU Orl. 11 JS year old domeiUg ', AVAILABLI MOIITIAO. lonso
--
.j-eafler C.nt
I which la II.,. data nftha I n tha abova entitled lauae: and lha aa lha .Board may ao.compllieh O"N.AIII.. lfRT"RI. rnu., .. nth .. .u".odln. .ord I al I,0000a I nth. I.e.. 5 oturi. Al willpurcheie

IJ.t"I .' o of Ihla I no. hat you are h..by '''I'lr..d to I I'I nooan it name vl"lorelin' .rund. ".. Mo Moving t Storogo 11t ad ..ldott. I I t marlaaooo 00.
tic. .*. bach: ilaltn or demand .ry,000,PO 0' )iaorooa wrr or Vito I".trh..lun. are on r."e. dom. Irkneu flttoolo Ih ,
be In wrlllna. nt uolot000 thrr run drf* bOO"0 at nl. hl..t. lof lune. eaulppid little.hop OLLIOII VAN LII" lor ..t Slut. of two hard hltlmi prouren .' FHA and Co,0001laoabmol'tOs.O
(Iatdin I. Jr. ; : : .t:1: 1..llhl Ilr.I.hn. I'. O. l.n. mono Lakel.ndOenilera ito o'rabta. W..hou. ; who of
plAf* nf re.ldvnc'e and punt officealiliei. ) : : lOla C V.rn.1 Irt ependtni I Lakeland' Moruai
Bouln PlorldaRICHARD ..
I.k"lnd. and will NU 10% of laelr ..
of Ito ilalmaat. moat b* nrny. oh. SIT 1.t ... .. and .n l.aTrooofam. ,"a& proipecllni C.rp. 20 B. Tinueiiee AT.
ranlowha ,
00ll00000dp
1.ln 'IJ.60
.rlnll..nn
annrn lo and cOot h* filed aa "1..1. Lk.I."d. Fioorldo,. "nln. I Ir .. rota lnodpra- me UHl '
al "
tho h"ul Htipervl.iniLlpula 'B duels plan la available' to *urnen
Pai0000! will bi- nl March, ,
afr.oald t n. 8PI DauiT Organ.
com void. 1 1184 hefnnd hfnro ..r Office: In . .. lake'. Bervlce. Complet without .0." Theet leadi I 67 Wanted To Borrow
tKPIF: BANK OFUAKrLAMi. I)'.r..rl' 10 file wllh In.meIO.I.1 b I.nd. Winter HoAn. aid Sake. ...nl... 110 HUhl.nd Street YAMAHA 'PIANOS, 00,1.. eel Ii... ire conitant and mien Irnpor-
: ( "f Ih aohurao mint th.lOw oila-? Walea, Two roOt.. ,if aald' plant 8IJ.OJ6. 410100.tnooilbraa d 'ant e.rnlnn. if you have had i pAIlItokIlillOIP WANll 1 hal.row .
..nd apeclflc'atlnna "bll' minimum of ... 02000. .
he twe
m In.1 of acId boon ohlaln .nullobbo. expertmre .n.r"1
I lAKlI.ANU Ji'1.\ at"noncrnr.n .1 writ 11.31" 103 .
i cO defcimea, If .it Ih* office nf aald architect upon B. IUI. a ou'r. .Un. tha 00501Icr Iu. In bow life and .H and I, NU ..6.. PI._ .. after a
Ihla
By nichard 4..l'ear.. anv aulleaka I ,o"r II.rI. A..nl" .
rtppo.lt nf |l(.III) for ea.'lb mon. "oul. 0.0.1 50050 II olrne,, pm
... Oct
TI'nol 0.rflcar a In a ntorfaa I to S otnlos Cant
(h. fl..I. "po I'o".nl.; acid, d'.1 .. b.r"Iurn"d "t .. Picture Frames o 10 a week t"l ran b. tooponlol"
Eoec000rI .lo..lnw d..rrl"4 properlyLit ,. .1 N.rt Florida Ann" lot 004 boo. ..
80. _ 10j :' ( F.r018rn lo of th told ( and Ip..nt .. ,. ,.' latoot Iaabm00000ao'qolon.Ost ""RAMo. B..Wlollrm. ,no .r. h.fullp Includloirour HORTICULTURE
plana t
11 or Ijike ". 010.01.fo'atio1io .. .
Dhlpn .I' I., $ I. 0,0mb In d.t.emlOb011 .nd Coi.lom nod .... aiarllal atatui
NOTiCE TO C..IOITO" I nit **. .. in mod c'<,.iid, II Ion within .
ahown hy Mop nr Oh. troubleeelv You .11 .d, m.d.. Ar' ahOo. and be
O.n. u Inrlude
IN THE COUNTY J006S'SCOUnT flat II..n (Til da after Ih. dale 01 .. ". .. ,., .r.lo. 00005 >
IN AND FOR FOLKCOUNTY thereof record In IIif '. hiS BH Oreen .0. 2001 001. tell !n4 coo> phone number. Yooroeb, 71 Fortlllior food Sell
< flee of ih* I'Irrk of lbs ('I lr. "Ionl( blda and .olln..nt allan, but b... ol all V.sinaauo, be Coaip.nr ,

FLORIDA. ,tilt 'Otrt: In .nd fur I'oik ifild a 1,01,0 Pro,,, 001. ..untd sack Call I", Plumbing RspairsII Praol.kn.lo.d. In rour OROUhD PlAT ,pu. k. P'..t ..d
iv: nr, HIIAIK 0. I -.unly. Hoi Id,, In 1'1.1 Hook 'o0110'Oo'tor Mhntild th* Bidder 1211 ."" ""'"1 P At'LUMHI1" end yotl l be 'In. soil mi.... LOea1d
REBECCA EVA WkA: rut:n..nnon..d' bali. .I 220.N.t.
oath of b.OoutontnprIor
41. lax iInclurllnir .ddll"n.1 to Writ Pit 000.0 MU
On *I
Wutbooor.
a000trl. or .lhlo
li mmnlnir lob. n. .honld ) Auto Soot Coven nl.h. 363.PRAT
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peclflcall\ but not ha Bnt M-7 1 t.kel.nrl f
P h 5 0 er '
3&AN
Tn All Creditor* and Pei.un. Hnv woo nf limitation) th. foibuwloto' otIo'ooolrsetoo onrb010tnr'tot riealcri .nt.d. .18. outi tot
In. rialma' or Uamanda .A..In., I troop of eciulpmentlint I d..h'. a art or a.ld Dcuumenl.ama .. (T'IJsAlJIOboatCOudea.OOO'Side Ins.. .und .nd din for ball.

B.ld' C.lal: l'oalbot Oven' : > will, l>e pro v id,'d upon pavmenl utomotlv 101.01000 Plumbing Suppliti Work Wanted E Devil. MU *.J7.

Y nuotd.or In 01 )'011. are horn.hr Model cRJh Ill lo Mid Architect Ih. .annum ,.i.t M.ln PhotO MU '-80 I" TOP QUALITY Paniola sod Ar.
nolltl..d lu IU. In d..l1rU. oil 'if Ilinn to C'BOOHRitDo'lCVitit11Piaaobita WORK .ol.d iso.
Hot rnlni I'lHt., rover th rout of reirodlicllon lentlae Bahla bar from .lon"
.I.'m.' oed detooaOdo .hh'h yo.oi theiefnr, aald ha. and IIOI'ol' I- and dlKlni New "ulpm'.1 leld. Will deliver. VU
h.ve aialn.l, a.nlab.h0 f T1KHKCA I 101..1 .K\k lot 1 1.1 non.rrfibndollo' A aum 0' 1k.OlIOrifl'Olufle Building POps .... .. 8uppl.d.ln. .ervlc. Call far free *>t|. i J4I4
EVA WKA1HFRKORI' 10lUI 1."I..r.lo.. he obtainedKUhcnnlrartnra rope b = tool rental. pipe cut and th..d Fred I. Peweri MO a.0 3rRINO >. BAHIA her Plant hone

(I. .....d. In tha office cf ItlcrardA If An.1 .1 0 do' .o decree may or material' d.a,.. ') f1C Room N 11 addltloni R AL CNi1 ed 14 h ooa.000nlo., 4..-6U.. ZIPPERS replaced Polk beddln CUT. 7ta Ro.d bale Ten mil*. Ole

Mt ooaon. lounty Jud *. .1 hi. rofnnn will IIA pro. fr II.fit). and auch Interior RI.fA14 1..I..d "I. .ewuia all kind Moo. ..1..1n
lolotol I Ivou "b'ontrrlor "rioI dlor.lo. Mortolk :
o..r.d ,
... Ho flee.tow Circle
al
offlta I. the Cmiit "' '. for lha relief d..n".d In I n. 0.1.1.1 d aoioroiesyo.o."re a French and mob ,. foods fruits V.'rbl.sSII
blot Ida., within nil alrncl.l. Onooolhl ho ('inntnloaltit. i opy tha ilana for rlaaal. Rooflnf and aldlni Free emate. _1 Printing PAINTINO. Interior,
from Jann.rr 10. lullwhich ,. Wl'l'SKS: lot Ion I.r lit in rock. .1' Eaiy Call I:', or work free *.tlm.te., hhtlocz boll olaodA0tt'
hand and FOR. too etloIl0 0,0tall
iiy official I Inaoi .m.n.
la th* dale of lie flrnt ptb.li'aIion 01 ..flto'. at blertoow, loll| J".n.l and "llmI'lflo'oIloOnaraon G 310. Pine, .
I
of Ihla notice .:..h ,'I.hnnr fur ('Iviaw IInd ,. t.k. bonded. *. Mr Turam.nchildren .lurd. 360' North P.rld.
0"1.. ""hl.. Ihla Hot day pfII IlA O'I..rl. L..n'e In. LU..h..d. Illhoirapblnt.Radiator ..50'ioil.ORA040CO..
writ
clemund, u.1 b. In ins. In Ih. office nt th* Architect LIlCE ,or.ntaw.rI
.
Jaooot't'") 1004. CAIPINIZR, BLOCK, and balol' .no'n
muat eta i. hop place of '..''de"o..nd I an ,(.crlhed .hove .nd ORAPJP0UIT.
II. KI.OAN JR e palatial. Ra.000hll. NV 1'' Plobod
,
work Florida t000no. anmmubo.
oonlfi000dobt'ooob'I .Ill.n'i.imott ndald lerk .f I""I'. Cln nit Cctirl I Nook: bid ..h.1 b. accompanied cold P edo ,.li000lm", 0.1500 I Service .I 2074WILLKLIP .dolor. W. .bl" D.O... SrI.color .
mu.l ba awoen 10 Ml .
hy .d.QUALIT
OIl Bond
.' or
I Hy / Ilia II' rounialn e.hl.r' IV"TYPE ,.d.or, .1... nhiidaoe I. .
aloe .
Stoat be filed aa afire or In 1'h.m.
amount of I* of
? the bidlivable .
tN-putr ('larktl.slt .
void. Corptting.nation .nln.. raowatn.. r..buUdln. Cr..ial La kouras. Til.Ip cllra.
will loao'a'ooa fUIt
same lo Bo.rd of Public' t. ..
Prdd1 Sortlas, 503.1104 erd.
,'LV IJI1 L. ItOBhbtTSEamiflor imiuillnn I'olk County. Hor.la o .. l.dl..r .1 P. Call.1.
:: : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 00 a evlileni-e nf pond faIth and CA0P1r1xylIIT .U.I..U .11. WE D tractor work. duel .hl. 11-4. Hliilni r.
It.Ml THE TENTH JUDICIAl. CI..CUIT u.ranteeliiR, Ihe aiuie..ful ".'h.r'. ."r.lur.Phn. RADIATOR LEAK Rrrorln*. rebulldlnl > l.adK.pIni Aloe hi.. N.rht. .1. ".ril

'NOTiCI OF INTINTION OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Icldri will, *>.tha.11. and furnlah In .. ..!.<
TO MAKE APPLICATION POLIO COUNTY. 'h* Mnaid, nf I'uhlln' Inilrucllnnr florida la >.. In Lk.lend 000.030.GENERAL. OHIO APPLOO 'r"h" load,

FOB. FINAL DISCHARGE IN CHANCtPIvMOHTOAOE nl r rnlk Countv. Floilda. a bond Concel.LI"NbID leMinibla. Mo.l B.mbleri, Ford. CASPANTIR work I aolsntln. ,4. Cor".Webood,, N.;
0 T.m ..
p0500'" Ill << 31'0'Swimming On. onl
F9H1CLOSUNE' I 00100 d hy n. HIh. .
la RI Fetal.e of ninety Comp.nv II. ,. ulldlna rep .0011,0.
W. M. : CASE NO. 427Sr.12.t| Mtaed to del bualne.a III I"I..rldu. .CONCI.I aulilli Pools Ito... N* lob too .ddl 76 Undscaping
aid000lkosteno. .m.l-t
Jfc'rrD......Mi I LOLA HILAIJIl'Y. )I fur of the Commit prl non. ,irnpion. .
110- .. 0000., odbeldoro ..3031 -
"'0 ALL WHOM IT MAT I'lalntlffNC 0 011km (10) dava after helm oZ K.H. Mania plo.. 641> POOL LEANED repaired. TRAINED CL'JU .dlu.ter ae.Invaitleator HARDY SOD CO.:
CoSt.l-.nNl v awarded tha Conliact. aald bone I..'I.nd 0 d. rbolrl.. iuppllea.enulpmrnl ai.djiuUr Ooaiaon Orl_
Notice I I. hruy ai rent I Ihav. I ( flO.1.tF'1P1I'r .nd :' granlealo (la prornt000'aaf WiH. TOJ 1 Bait Main. ..I. Polk Caunlr er vlrln, 0 ... Plootia

filed my final -pon aa AdnilnlKiralor .PATsY.. .i".i"R I. hIo iiId Contrail, Ihe premium of .Id! Fences A U.81 ha. Al 41. Olent be.ltn ..odbohround FREE EST1MATEiflQiirnuru
,' ) C 'r A. of th* e.liti.. If.. l mnd In b* paid' by tha a.td Con Venetian i .

of W M. juster: decraaed that I I o'.ndonl. rai'lor. PUTUAL P10(0 (' ', Is.l.ow000 iS .3e8 I wuP ?
foot finaltiledarea D All bid. ahnitld In 00.0" l- WILL KFKP elderlir people' IB m:.' 71 Tree
so.nbuooe .
have filed mv petition 1 placvd price' no down payment AND Sargery
and that I will, apply TAT ,II. H.OItlH\( Tc: .> aaaled .dd...'..."( IcIh .. Wi wont be note.,. .".... home. MU 1.1 I ilTTlIltYTJ"ao5
to (It. lion lllCHAlin A. BUONHON.Counlgr ( (iIAill.l7O n. BIIH\CIHW: ; an,I llnard of Puhllo In.lr"rlo. : .r.nt.. tnduilrr. MO ISo eaflOl111rd, Aim l.o.lrt. ..ne. ". "AUI. dauIr.o pool.,, '.
Jud e .ol". Coon PAlsy I I. RAMI-Mll-H, PIn wife I,1 "ni ('oinil. Florid. 1\ free e'llm.teiIncome I Oman 1,1104. Atr.LitO,"' ;( \ .klnl .0511105. I 000aao teed tree .romonol
ty, Florida on tha ol17\\ daytubruiry a f ""',riant.. I.AMI' KNOWN nrMI' Nnnn" Couniy Ilp..r'"t.nll""I.' ; l.r". h.owooe I.Col I bout free palm' ....a Lleder

1104. r".I'I"n..1 I ol O.ILI .AM A ""R.II, "' I.".* Anne., Tex I .'.. Nur"f. 61.4695.
180 poma and for rinsl dlarhun* 10". Kiilphm Road I dn. .. th* nam of tIle projec.hould DESIGNED FOR o. coMBer' 0008510 PRUNED. ol"o.d sal,

on Administrator, (.I..A.I nr Ihntaia f..hsnot 11kb.. h* rimed nn th* nut.Mrnf > .' lTIOR.. .. Free' t. 010,101 telmmod. Som000ad.
... or W M. Jtati-r, daccamdIhll You ar. (hereby notified Pool the ih* .envlnt| and SortIe htdl INCOME TAX *'. .> Mooned. ..00,01.... Mtllb.r.no .
Idth day or Jiinuary, 104>> Mitlnned Plaintiff' filednmplalnt 0 catlnii that lha .Iv..lnp. cunl.o, $3 and SOLVING PROBLEMS.Classified 4.5.00 Ilantooct Roland
1.1 JAMr-14 I'. HAHS"d..IIII.r..lor. aitnln.t you In Ih. tbnvlyled a B lid fur aald projecl upI L UIRL viOla full ar
C 'f.A. ol rnnrlvage f.irec"Ic.aura anth I During the con.lructlon of lilt & R ,. >ob a. mild. I. 4
II'a aatat* of W MJaaiar In fnllc.wiiK de...llbecl' I.d.. buildlr.' and unti II oal0000 5100(0 Bock Co. ads do It quick 11 Coil MU a.If24. INSTRUCTION

l>.cta.ad InIn. anil being Hunt. In 1'011 of the ocono tha Own.r, lbs W.kd... t I PMat Iy, easily, economicallyTo :NVMK-H... I : :__
17414 County. .Flnilila to wit Cant Catorohalloh rep .t hoe an.panoa .aun t S tllIF ItOc000. CoO NU .
_ Ih* South lilt feet nf Ihe Kurt. hsild.n'o ebb, I In.u..n... in.lodita 106 West Walnut order 'em call MU I "n -a18 1 Poncing, Music
Th0T1C10' SALE. I/I if th* Northea.t I. nf Ih* ( both tire led rn,00000eonconseaoa G St. 8.1151 for an ad-writer. '
reluuaiy t, bIt (Houthen.t 14 nf the Ncirlhwr.tV silk 10.aayabio to tOo Phone 686.1958 I !!"O LUN" ... ., '01

TO WHOM. If MAY UlNrrflNTou : : nf yectlnn M, lown.hln 17Kouth Conl..t.r and Owner aa their, IrUrit --- : FINANCIAL .t C..I. .tr. C'I NV
ai* hereby. "..tIled that thi 1 Ranie It Fa.t: acnnrdInj miy ..ppe.r.Ih 3."R

folln..I" motor nohli'iaililtl I.. |,lat thereof ".,'nrd.d In imiliaelor will b* required 14 SchoolsLORIUL"lRoT
Ford I'lL tN2Z1lt7I8 lOin rubMc' nmorda ot 10 litilld and a'o apI 0000c ld projeillhln Builnoss Opportunities
will b. odd at uulillc halo .1 luOOI County. Klorldnid 1'011 .. tOo time aol forth In th* ) .nd me l
A M. o'i'lex k on the Ihlr' day 01, ,. are required tn hems .pee lal ..d Itooio modira beauty achaol. L.kil.nd

*...lIrllll'''. IU84. .t ..'"m".rclalt'r.dll "ipy ,01 your An wr to ('om,1.lntnn Th. pondllnn.. bidder, If oar, YOU WISH TO BE .. Mol ltudr. LMLA. B..ul Colleie. I I E. Pine .

t'orp. 1t0l lIe .'1.. A\..0 Ih* Plaintiff, '. allnrneya. 'ROI. vlll be notified. within five 12 .No.I.1 .. Cmpl..I, rmo.lt ole .0,11.

lakeland, H*. Th* proteetla -' ANU I10HKHT4. P. tl. Drawei r lava after tha bid la accepted ti .. "u ._11.8PBIAL .
the aul* will h* applied, llr.t to' R3.. I.hl.nd. rlnrlcla. fileirlclnal 'Ih* Board of Public bnnlrolrltoo 1---- KXC.INT BUBINEM THIS c.
the payment of the roots of roI bha In IOn of .nr the. if Into county. Mnrlcla, reserve ... 500010050. .por Oot el. .

taklm at,orI010tdOO I. of : (I..rl of Ih. (.1.1 Court on m' .be rlaht lo .... "tony.,1,1 cit I ( lUt \ business dSaci/kSLiOS lu'' hub .0. aOd00000a. 11051 b.l. look! and. C. .P.11.
motor .hI.'i0' and th* rent of pub 1'or. the tit M.rctl A 1>. ilda. and to walv any Inr.rmlli. c pr./lW. .00015. R505chlom. MalIce. ,ou .... .1..lud.' B...
Ilietlon of ncillta of polo and ihento IP. lie.IHKAI.. 82-8034. .Ihol tlS South Florida' A..

th* aallafaillon of lha I'alano: you foil tn dn *o. deer. pr ) Dial MU 6.1151 MOTEL- AND builneai I Lkl.nd. Phone MU a-1031U ..
contract with .. .. ; I .al : ll
ilii. under th* ,nonl. .1 h entered d .anlnNlu ill BOARD or n ntic l..oo plo bedroom .S. CIVIL
harli. A. Patleraon tovwln th.* > for relief demanded I In I'.TRI'"I'ION OF POLK 0000 4 room hu>*. plui bait ihooUectd S-ERVi"
fliianchiK of aulcl anulur8hl'I... i II,it. C.orniolnlnt.wI'rNkltIa' COlN' Auburodile. 160rontaa !
JLUHPA
Any aurulua will I,. paid tu yci 0 I my hand and official By, C .
h.Tm : L ASK FOR CLASSIFIED Brlder Av.. .nd Mea ._1.. tart
will ..", .111 llabl. ft. oral nt offlc Ptilkunnty C' II5. hl,1
and >ou at 1.100. of 1 h* Board of C 100' *a Eeker Bt. knew aeMoreea 5102 50 0
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any "' reran taltolso. unpaid IIn.d. (' Klnilda Ilh day ofinuary I'ulllo 1".lru'lun of PolkCciinty Court Income per IB* until ..pBolnledDTnoul

.. oald cnnlo ,,'L J I.$ .Bth plu. llvtoi ."e'.1 Pollpmtns to0d0 i of loon open Kxperleaee
Ct41.ttb111'bAt.: ('R"IJI'r H SMI.IN. JR. HhU.WY M BtMKMeirelary 117.100' "01 down. ba uauallr' *nnet>euerf. FRIB Infer
CUlt f'R4'U'N I (PEAL I'lerk nf "I.ul Court of Th* .'.r of Pub.Id LAKELAND LEDGER ice arranaed I C Lei. ..'on en )0. Ml.rle. reaulre.eat .

W. U BROWN By ftnrolhir RI" 1".lruollol of I' COlin")'. a L Ink. Dick. 1.11. lOt *. TODAY *''n* name.

CnUecllon Manaaer Peputjf Cleik ''In''ld' Main. phone addriia and phone Ln, ,*>,ln Her.l .
V..U U.... ... 005lrOdu I. WO ,.4'U "... Boi M.. 14 Ukfl.i, LedierII



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I LIVESTOCK MERCHANDISE T4i1 'II LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday, Feb. IB, 1H4 1 r
eor sawn oHty THE
aa D.,., C.t, ,..1.1i0ARDI1O 97 Articles jfer trrweff/RwrHB? ---1

1Ou.Titjand 0 III.. hle-MIac.1 OH p w v nfr KVPNOSW MOULD >XMPUrB "CrWt S MS WOULD eg A I uS* BEI red I IHOMAN REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

cu It. ".uaIohi _.. cl OP tLHE ROBOT la UAVS ME I ITHATFATBrS. .
1:" fad yarn All. NOI
133
,,, iOn' 11I0" 0... ....n.nt dIUOII, H.. for Sale 153 Hovsos For Solo
lbOrr, al.b..,. GHBSl I .
._3 1'1I0" M I' 11/10 Mor... "' .n.Io. :: lltor. PAST UFB PeWFBCTU/ | A ) "

... Ooa...,. 1108 W... w- M A OOMPUTSW OM1 RBQAU. flMV tAUC H5o SSie tramhavaa ; ONE BLOCK OFF
nina HAIR Ohlllnluo... Tor; ...1 111.01. FACT OR FORMULA STORGO W ft! aad three 1. TwO bamtreee
T" rrra. Plklnacae, Pameranlan,. frll kue. and lo.; LAKE HOLUNGSORn
Carman .....h.nt.. tropical run, .rrraR 1I11m 14541. I .1.. Newlr :

iteoarloe! monkara, and rtmxrruiu tDrrer I with; boaraoma, larn tlla batta, Panel*
Cokor Pet Ohop' Ill iOIttu =;' AP"fUca : a. pout Florida room cloeed-tn aaraae -
tuck; MU a-WWH. AIITIQu.I. P OII"Ttl : nl : an 00'. .lot sad aoea.MeMr .
30. 1:1.: ..... Stsn.4sobb. Dol ,, .
BETTY'a POODLE oaavn Pro;, ...,......-.U. TWO BrTDWOOM C-S home '...h.Widow la ..
WsMoui14.00. ...
WI to ,
t.oional 500.0040. .10.
otUdi SUP '-' aampMalr ,onUlsboJ. ui. M.
area .
tall Oner.. Carl .
re. I2U KSU4.n flood Shop I. t..dI-.1VI.. Line Admiral TV 505. Tarme. BSI4 .. C.1 Tr. M.
eH I.(... flop.. MOMMUrrlti Pull 54.4 7UI. wt "
MIdo'A41.d.u.4.4 I CllbeBuita IwO 500.5: Kealtor a-7171
kllX.iuiRlm -I Ot'r 1.
.1W.ln.t
MALI DIolog 11.0.
Ch&hahuionus.
Stud -III..u.., charrr"Drapl.., Tabl. ; 054 P05 5560, I,
flood. '
ClIP
no 10. ,.. Slam_ .11.. Walnut Oroploaf' Table-Mahea. : 2949
Mtr I.$100. anr Bedroom Suite-amoral Mice COLA
SKAUTIPUL. pel Ohalre. -Carpet.-..Ratikert BT OWHEM. tnroa badraam CBaondlinmad ,: Just
wnrra solo and I Collection( sIr Cr
fawn lemala Peklniaaa of Oriental Bnl etBeaullful val heel ochool bedroom
oeeka aid AKO rofletered puppiei. Bait Water Mod m fled I.n. earner lot, sup nnraa. Fo to
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SIP
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A
| bath
Typewriter .
Oeeka and .1. comer
'.0'1 _ _ slop artlclee too aumeroue to' --- .. car
.ul\ BALE reautered miniature; ...lion. Hidden Traaauraa. li fe'icKCHANDISECos. lot lots of .hdl. AvUabl1
black poodle male Ia threetonUll Collector. Item. AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS REAL (STAT REAl ESAn SEE US June. Will 6o6-7M9

eI''". Call Plant ClIp,. Bur NOW-NO Down Parment '
1oi-ia43 The Budaet Plan 104 Oil M.i l.iOroPAXI 121 Mobile Nemosunrmn 131 UafwrBliBoe" 114 AtrtiB*, L.t fe ,I7 Smli.- $ owner.

;j; 1\IIIQ1IJTlUU.D 0........ Open Mon thru Bat : ooa lot 000...... a..... TRAN8FeHRKU. uiuet-' Ap 1 DU7ICA2O 11530P.l'tLoholsd OIOALL to .n.o.d BEFORE YOU BUY"LAKELAND'S
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PIssehr 01.01.. .. 'H Cau W BUT Iwo TRADE IOU. hot water. trrlratloau Induatrtal ..& 01 0 10 BeaaL located lot 1.0 TJPaTAUU. lol.iao40, BUhlanda S.. acre, road Also t. IUILINU* .1
MV ....... uoe. call leaoaaa. IT'a !m- II Paa Btreet, Oerdoai $10011.ParS. ., 0004 54011. OJ' SOS .504. P00room. two Mehlr .. M.100 .. day. ralrKeralor. .01. FOR SALE

It -livestockPABTUftB THE SPINNING WHEELDIXIELAND Plrlal OS.. Niph.sp_...... IJU: 54.AabulOdol. a.a-noa. ,3"".. I..."uo... .. ld..1. ,ld..I& _. BY OWNER


BUY YUUR OramseTh..1 auid4; 105 Jowolryleleaal 0.ms lilt' 4.10 Viol SowIp awotoS r.Iob'. .oohtos_.bll'l...-' LINCOLN OOOBT Apartmenla .FIVE....-: Acaa. -blab... and 54.50.dry 55,4rood. two 131 Roil l istete httiaii'. BUSIES BUILDER ft.SC1N1O. alU aad W MOB.

111., oat Sad Slappe4 WSoi. S.. 1091 a. Florida MU ,ioloo u4 ianp .ther aitfaaHoaeoiably La""d'if' oolored pea- .04.. f.ood. 0.1LLTAOIThous.0: In i.sooo.2 .... at this nt.traetlva
4593 S t
041. PbMil S-H5. WII: rAc.."". 004.4. rbone *M-: I IMO lassOs and Weet VtkPIVB "r.lol. .rool. hath Bom
_. 00 M\I I Pl'r.P.lI na la Hear of ta... .0100. aId Sold Pi.tl,0.. ..I.... 1704)1M2). ."_. lsnd0004. -. ClIp. or Aakurndala for land or eeim- SPACIOUS .L HOMM .lt UnNPlarida a. 14 .
N ..._. lOS BeulS Plor- 700-1160. Sly propertr ar bm p..eamtrIn a*. II aar- Porch lane a
'TOU hcreee jot (1wtb. .: 99 lMt., M.t..... SfpplletIT Id.: 000VITLO.ILI*. 5s 2. : utsI;,I 1" alean. Convenientloaatla CHO1CB LOT*, lake land or aonntry nroperty. BeeR lao port u.and ..$......1. ear __L C.Wt 1 with
MO IM41Phone 00000. ssd .4.1. 14050 5000 .r aweoaor aountrr. Borne ... Ilt.o. O tola or R. L, Oardnar. .t drin acreee
000505 TJI.A1ICED. .. li'IiINU) kUATd.Iii510 u.. 107 fUmblng Supplies I 11120 w... DOO10OIP Slesslo ......: oounte. loop Dbl.. Pnoae tree*. .. Real Dick. Auto Balre. and Dlek. a Meal i NO DOWN PAYMENT Ins and drapee ....,. .
Or..obr.ak. o..dl.bo..d.. pIO10I, ..iItoSIspIldbObl000. 1 5.4. 4,145.* .. .t. tr, 1011 Beat M.I Street, phone dlohwaehar .. rWrwere.tor .
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... 0450000. 50050070. 00lnIg,. 051554.. v.II.... Ward BRAND NEW: .1. M""U3 .ID. area pvreala
.W rlertow I' -1IO> Montgomery : lltt.Sr.I trailer' tandeeawnlm. ,. near oalleaeeehaola. WACR. home sIlos betweenLaJieiand $46.74 ..1.1
000..110'. U..lNlaI.. 0051St Its.V05 GET A GAS HOT full baUl. oarpetad. Soil" *5,0. la tha slut too and ..tow. ruh. drrII lest Ettots Wsatst) O.n. Phone aal4147or
WATER
III bedroom 12 0051$..
.._. apartment lal-IMI for apvolBt
92 Wanted livestock, Pea Municipal Trailer Park h L"'d .111, tonne. Mel Rudr. Owner, per ..1 on raw lot .
FOOT Chris Craft twin M .. HEATER FROM WARDS M..IIII 5.01 Oak ftaara. air _dll. HIT "_. MM-410T SOp V'L0SF 10001141 I Nood .. mant

WANri.D'' A torn 10.110 u&L4 ani- so depth recorder. trade. slIp Have Hot Water When iiiI'EIIAT 100w. 10..0. III...... 00 raua and "1 'la for 05(0 rstoI.. $114 It..d,111.. .. LOW DOWN
.., Itchen. Too U 1m.
01.4.' Will. top Sli ...... 113 Meilmo PO SoS .4. Auburn" ... Iwo none tor 1637 loll Memorial4l07 PAYE
.0... Oalrt. MU.3a.. ____ dalo, WO 0400 l: You Need lii) low 133-2.b000'a15007115... 5', alo.' Cnarlea Bnrder phone Mu ON OUR 1 True Colonial

14 PIBEROLAS boat and trail- 14-Hr Installation IBM CAIIN ANA. II loot lull baUl. 3..12. : CORAL Bouurn LIST YOUR
CAP OPEN
5 r, It HP Johneon motor AU In' 117 N. Kentucky Vary otkeap for ...... BoattaTrallar TWO 0040000 dool.o I 01,4. MODEL Aithanuoal. _IU Interior
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land lowly rodocorated and .....
food .
condition At low down Unea
use uocr price U4T Wed Bth ........, MO MU 2-5103 Cltr Park on In U hw.milaa. It Bnet atPlunt sooth. Lpaloy> sotl *'.r Par .r nullr and aanima bal- PROPERT WITH US FR J-eMr ...11..booms _
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". 1'11.* 5006. Eioillenl 1.1.. Bchedulad entranoa hall flanked formal
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100 Bldg. Materials Etc. 101 Mono. A Mw-iict-1 IBII.Lonnoll 122 Mobile Homit Wuted L". MORTOH "5000 lull for eompletlon IB Mar *M. It 00100.0 WOOINP' rail II. 1..sILL 1040,6,5 to. = Joe P. dlnlni and ll.ui ruma. bapon.,000
IlatarU. Bridges part room with aalbadra.oetlln .
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CUSSfHED: 40SMERCHANDISE 03.EANTIi3U5: : IIIIOIIIIL ::11..1". 0.11I.000-ouri. ,.t'I. .. ar Realtor, LA IO4 B Ten and fireplace deluibtfalmodern
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Ino, loo noutn Florida WAsTED TtUUjra under IIphono ... Wool .. leeeoa A..a. P. MU t71 altohonXamllr rwem eem-

OVERSTOCK; doom,.. MU S 3101 Tanpa l-ll. Wrlto "r. .. 10. SWoop IsIS'N. '. .A.ParklniHOUSEHOLD llll S. Florida bl..t. Oraelona Owls at im
Jim Oann laM Mat Broadwar. 1.1.TO
BUN Uu-ea bedrooma, Itkbato 68M121 .. had in .-K
Tampa AC. DaY
HEAR RI bU III
BUILDING oomforlabla borne At S. MORROW
THE NEW LOWREY 4050 o.Po 0.. "" "I. with oloolrla Mtohea ....., jot Nights 68.131 $88 220

95 MATERIALS 124 Tmki TraHen Btivor Moan. OM.1741. 1 Immediate ootupaaer. IMO downMI44 GOODS Koaltora-I.ULA
Blcytlti Motercytlos WITH AUTOMATIC mooUi For mare InformaUon 90S B o... Pb. MTJ 1.2111OUTSTANDING
ORCHESTRA CONTROL 10S0F0RD las tr.tlll. 51: APoT..IT. NUR aehool andIntod .. cell Jerrr MardU. CT 4-lail
sod 1RlUW1'H.00070..AOL. >JrJ..trlo 9.m.0o. .... Asbestos tiding In YOU PLAT a one-note StUMP 2.... NoW Tampa 145us.. Maok'iIl'n.4Io. 141 month or Oaa Win CT 1-1431. Wintor MOVE FASTwhen OWNER SALEt
.Iauto.modol. with post rliht band end autamaucallr P04 0001-0010. ar IJT IowaStreet. Haeen. .
.. o.rtd .od.1 Ian.I, colors, balance on raur one-note ..Iod, No'l Small down payment
.10,5. Lakeland Crcle Co. Tit I beoomea a full chord.-have 54 DUPL. tools. sod Parker
more on Road In Medulla,
Wool Memorial, tllfaution I hand ............ $10 sq fun from the verr tint. note RENTALS "1 .o. nlll. 1005 you advertise them three bedraem, tile. bath CB nan a

.CANT.I '11 P.301 006.01.dos,0.. .0004...Ilia,1004 muM"$. 40 Gal. Penn quality latex THE BBC MANT- HEAR beautiful_ pLAT atrlaa Bow .-.'. Talapbonearaaa Over 2 V2 Acres In Clu.lfle.To get more ,..11 lot carport approiimateir sod utmtr 00. 'on HMappraleal a' ,00THotDs "

nao4074TRIUMPH flat wall paint OD dllola 129 ".,.I.h.. ApsrtmiBhind THOU ROOM aparlmlit <... Interstate 4 and U. S. 8$ dial MU MOVO MO a ..nl Eaeton T tAnOl ,.1

MOTORCYCLE. OtOCO Pastel green ,. $22) aaL CANNON MUSIC CO. ROOMS sodballt. lurnIthed. '1..11I.. 14. 1.IIIIo.III. La". Hwy. High Dry. 1-15 for an id.writer.ISa !1...",...nt Call Earl Traniua bedroom. 1' ballt _.. Low ai

twin ComplrUlr rebuilt no.tor 30S a. P10(145 A... M-I14I Two '0_. woo Moor. $40 0004455 1. Iul T I o M7' iTlni 5,0 FLUB lerte Florida
oaetora ..,. rood paint. 2"' :x 23' Rockwool 0010 Plldnp 1Io.'n.: ind P' MO 5.3100.PURNIOI000 100_ and palM. CoantM top raaaa

PlO etu.an Drive. Price 12110 losS BEAUTIFUL IP1NET planoa. Unfvralthod II.. 40 AcresTop Homos for Solo and wall .. OWNBH TRANdoPERR.KD
Insulation Ol..h1000 4c ft. Ol nnfurnUhed. pr. I $$50 PER MONTH -Houea raadr 'o amupaner -
96 Anti. ... 13711. Coneolaa' 5307.51 aludloaupriebte. n", balk ...Iroa_ 11700 WI POUR UtOROOMS lour OWNER LEAVING Florida eoon. .11. ,u.s Call:
ilomosote bed board 'J3& ai7l 500.p00w.,0. lbs 00 montblr. rlanoea Apartmenu. -/aehlanabla location. ".I. pastors land. Paving often modern boma at a reduced Ph' $. MU
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O&NIffiAl.; LINE: decorative and I 004 Bouth plorlda. MU .-..... Holltnaeworth. Bear a" furnlehed ar unfurnlabed. I and S bedroom frame bomea ItlOJ.)

..". .III antlqure. ....h. and Mid 3x8: ............... $420 112 Wanti. Mlacstlaneens WI14 .... Helahla Blvd. 'n Cleveland L&ht p.r clear. 'Woodbine. that muit ... eold UnmadlatolrNo
OMtAH
APARTMENT .
Nlfhtaand $
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'rho Chwk, H...... 1-1. per ..
Eaton r tk Icr. Tera. uallfrii> na eloeini
........ werb-onda
or OMnlfunlehed. Os4.UIIIOI 05N1'-AALI -
Russwln Interior Dh. ( boor 0011.0
.II.tH' lock YO cowl FOR JOur ",,_ 1"_. ....,."(. II) LaOs O":. ( '.,& "room.. alee. .. 00000.. Coth.. and eatraa. Minimum down BEERMAN REALTY

sets ............ $100 ea 1-I3f7. Morton. Mtl 1-JM1. AU PART.Io S and Young Grove Iflr.5r50210245.to.o.7pOUT1tlID1 Phone rai Manner move In ..Ino..I..S
hid.
SPECIAL Interior MOTEL: APARTMENTB: oao and b .to.. 40 acres with 24 :. 11W. food. rear 101 aots so. FLA.. KO e-mi
white
pine .wo rootne Uaeni tttllUlea( '..rnl.h. 11 _Moral I" approx. .",. T II I S S bod"ocun. that
ANTIQUE AUCTION shutters Ollllh 10% OFF- LIKE TO SELLA .... Dlula ... .. 4101 How .acres in grove Beautiu I take twin bedi. Welkin die.
Tampa HI.h..,. M 2-228
110PU05100a1): DUPLEX I ...... acre lake. 65.010. ahoppln and elemeoterreehool
Ter. .
Garden Stakes 50 piece BICYCLE? A'rTlUCTlVIILP'URNlIIHIID: I 1 room.. aarport, S blocka( eohooli. $5. ..d Junior. acroee atroel from South FURNISHED

MONDAY NIGHT bundle: 4 ft. $2.00 bundle. and S bedroom npartmnnu' .. Looted ....uu.1 ''0. 11 Csrollos.: alt Sooth Mlth Weet Lincoln WlndwBtraet. A...
401 ( .
3 ft $1.SO bundle. 23057.01814A5L1.Bouth Florida PhonoMO o R. M. MARLER 00l0. Open Bunder at.no.. .;. NO DOWN PAYMENT 2 BR $8,000
Mow's the time! And MU TWO .WRM" "''Ileh... .1. kr appointment. OM-
730 PM : OUThOIDI Spout.Mont. pa. I. I" 05111, 0700w SOlO. 501.3301.Thou I $500 DOWN $65 MO.

McGINNESLUMBER 6-1151 II the number to for ... '''1,. sorto 450. 't.t 000-6450. & i lot
call for a Classified ad- orIled oloee to atoree. ..... MO 0....".... 12 tMLA -ctr room.EDROOM'. air aondllloned 1\10 SaWFlorida .POlIO Nerl A real bnrl! Ho etoctnt .1

JIMMY WALKER CO. 1.lae., MODERN THREB bedroome.- 1401 .Main ... .*.11 fenoed yard. Ural banaln, in a ALL BRICK HOMES aa auelllrlm. boot OeOO
writer. CLEAN: .- waehlu IRua ..... .. n 17.toe morKaaa at 50000
DOUBLE and ... bedeleetrla machine eoanactlcne .1 LoIII.1 .b. ( .. c.n a
AUCTION 600 West MAIN ST. -. "11aII... OU 10...... prlbatto. aoad ...1.. ndahbornood eltrue* .,.1..1. .. M01 I month. Inoludlni 4... anilineuranee
CENTER o 8M. .
.57. raaaonabla rant IMt I. ..""... 511.. 170 Phone AROAIN. NEW: three bedroom $56.36 old kt eonvenle about 0reare
D.6'.thr.
1381 V.,. W..II.. ... 02 -to AUTOMOTIVE CI carport atllllr. b..I'1 bo' ocallon. Purnlehed except UrUtlm
.....laDd THREE: ROOMS central location., S LOVELY: ho.... I.1 bod.O.. for tile bath. ..' ..... Per moot >. 01iO4il0.KEN .
CIoo.n. 5054.. air 000dluoolo.. .. Looking gracious *
103 Furniture & ApplloBtn albIno .11aII.. .11." 501.0. ladowe rrr. dlamaadduit
1& P5075 Y.. 1'0 Par 0iTO Drl0oW PatHOS. dIdOa ... borboodo. '" CountryLivlng t '" .all.
116 AwtemobHos For Sale 11: I.I.n. . .t.. .mall lowSpspm4.50 lotaManr HARRIS
PIP 100. TV BARa A1Na. Completelrli.built 501.0500.UPPIIO iltr taiae. M.loo. .

and is....Mod (RIM and U61 CHIVY 11. air conditioned.- TWO bodroome llvlniMu I 50111348105 b.p 10.00 Ten Look t . Hoe' tOO bedroom 3. Larae Florida .1.1..now. aoa Realtor liohanior -
97 Articles Fir Solo-MUe.. up Initallallon. Alwan- .. -... ,.. b. room, near aehool. etorea L
4 ir.r; > automaUo t'a0u5lmlo r a d I aneater _III. .Itob. balls. 0.451 .._.. klh.. c.wal ItOS B Florida Are
: l. i but bura In new or tinted .1.... 1,04.. 010. $ .I. ehurnhee Ideal retirement
II410. Call Ooit 10010 b..L Adul... ...-In.RUL BRIAR BRAE : mom
UIEU' TV 1 (ro.n o3d-4iTh11i;- uMd TV at Nlto. Dar TV 1)30Auburadal 0 00.103. .I.bbrb 1.0.717 Bevanneh Bol '
nnteed. wo finance Workli- Road 0... till S 00 NICI' UO_. Twa 510,114 Rt. Aoree. .. dl.ounll IMPERIALCONSTUCON
0 ,..d..I". accepted. Admiral BaleeAt .... MO ".tinREPRIQERATOR' 905 CHEVROLET Nomad waaon1elu >l loo U appreciate After SBruca CLIAtI TWO .un..tw. modrro0s0sol.oo and lo...b In ..ul Will aeaept
1 Berrlca MO 1-3171 Peacock >.. Low ..11_. rune and Trimmer. 1144 OakbllL 5000500. lOll ... 0' ...d. NEAR
. T*. 414 M WabxbAUCTION : *. WABHERBitan. : so.. now. AU power ttnlad llaeaMr Ally)? 111 Wait Palmetto ', I us... ownors.,lIm. 055.2135 CO., HOSPITAL
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air aondltlonora. oia All aush. conditioned. radio and beat.Kathleen DUPLIX IIOt1TIIlIlDa.. CIRCLEIn
.. rcpalrod Prompt oiport'loa l and two _r_.. till bath abo... THREE BEDROOM with ." FORENCE DUB TO .. ." soIl Spt. h.
0 p0 nap It. MU 54120p .
SALE 0...' Boo ua lot vood uaad appllanota -,o IIV ....... Near BouUiiato. Ad..... 1401 .07 No.1 M.bumt. 171mania 1 three bedroom. two .1...1. OIL INC Are6I991I1 Forid. room on

Every Saturday 7:30: p.m. poor Kalrinator andMono Carolina Avenue. 0. 1r. lent condition CB home .. II.h.l.n4 ...,lot. for only
.IIRCUR'I' exr.
MocOorop. All bautiul _.
dealer Kite Dar for
PIll
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BAXtA'S .11"' oea. 1330 TV'Ao0 0rn0r. 0,510.4 '". ....... $405.U THREE ROOM urnUhed apart-. sod ROOMB. all alaolrla Ranie -.U'Hil. CO 19.5001 I -
... relrKerator furnlehed
M ....7.. Soot Quiet, pri. .d.l",. employed Used Lakeland Highlands
AUCTION GALLERIE IIU 5-IllS. ooupl preferred EiMtria.water : location( ... Fern -.. TWO HIPRM horns tot .. .
Ilin PLYMOUTH b..dtoo. AU tOitSbIhsd,550. caiMllH permanent Club MIl S. BEST BUY EAST!
Tormerlr The Auction Bouee"Wa BADCOCK'S I 0>o..... SItS. 310. 0... ....".... l.al .a Drive South out Cleveland 4010. e. 1n.
SlAPS TOWN _'10". 04... home
Bur Ball top Too Iin Mtj '-0070.OLDIIMODlLI $3,500Here's Nea.new on eastside
or Are ...... Their modern anartmenta. ... %aur- lol. MODERN duol. two 0.10. Height Blvd.. past the New LOW DOWN mow. Cl
4iel Bwr IS W 'II Fleeta elationwaton sod ....... III Harm MabelBACHCLOB room furnlehed or Inl.r"loOll., Carlton Palmore Elemen. 3.2. ... 0.00.1 thtos of Lake Parker. Two
Phone Mlf 04011 SEMIANNUALTRADEIN $1 $00. Aleo II Old.. A...... .. _. ilectrla kitchen. Aleo bcdrooo.003.l74_ $. .1. large only
mobU. aedan. 100. Martnal. houeetraller. 130 Waehlnl tary School to E. Highlandsand a for someone bdrm. lot
HOW OOOFY can we .ftf Wall L APARTMENT Clean,. prleileaoe N1CB TWO bedroom CB. Juet ... b.ra.1 :
CLEARANCESALE '37 Collree Arenue. _..._
ill
te wall carpet from IIII .... 101 control location, all ntllltlea and I U40 o look for signs painted Inelda and out I.... llv- attrac 8.5' ROIOSS

DuPont nrlon llll par aouarerard I.a PONTIAC .1, oondlUoned. heat furnlehed, prl'aui narklni' ,. "311. 100 100bO. a.... oIl Florida lively furnished dollhouse
Bratter. ruie In etandard power eteerlni ........ automaUa. 141. Ml-1101. THREE .IIDROOA.: C. CrrelalLaka ,I Convenient to No.1 It.000. ,:
also and ...eI.b' cute to) ,our 0P1'0500. r radio healer. 11141 II Pontlaoertinia H. at IMU34 terme. 191 Hull Ideal for the small or MEL RUDY
TRADE: IN ALLOWANCE CLOSI 10. 1-1 room ..por1al.. ret
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dimemiona rotinda and .
Ineludlni 0 HIM Botli
aaoouant.el 010114. Incl.dod. ........ : 145 .u.I.... family Handy to .
oeala. Ru* edelni "0". la our ron YOU OLD BEDROOM: 0....ot I. "III' Property IO MONEY: do ". l .1..ln. e ,. LMLA REALTOR

awn piece. Fabrla clearanoa IsIs DP TO 191 WIP0001CI:_ Your 00.411, 10. ."11I1", Clark Roaltr. aM-4031- 015.N= $ Oali.-,TAMPA HullV! leD a Y1'} .1110,0... Flvi Near. room CS 01: church bus, and In qule l MORTGAGE BROKER
Outlnr at too per pad, black TRADB-IM ALLOWANCB 00.I BBOKOOM wall to vail J'.il:11 OILY .h-A.b..rn.
Owner PostS offer John .....
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and while prlala nt SOc. wovenpieida polo YOUR OLD UVINO BOOM- b U sed los C.... .01.0__40.1. 'uI". aarpetlni newlv neearalad. one Pill ROOM turn., ..Realtor 134 Weet Main BtREBtDINTlAL .4.1.all .WO II p 7 o.rso. pa$61 month, area, I'a a atea I! 1527 E Memorial Blvd.
at Mo. piret aualltr( mill OP'O$50TOADSlU Block Irom eolleea IM n montii I. Oood ._ Hear Oom- -13. for the money I CLARK
dial
68 ...01. at a aerlnie to lit rourbudnt ALLOWANCB FORD Palrlana 100 V-l four el Cait. LoslniMn Call IM-MOft .001. On Mlneala Oil'' .. CMIi PRECLBD RltPOoa S 0 I all any tlmlRETIEMEN
and Worth a rlda out FOR YOUR OLD APPUANCB door, radio. heater. white wall* altar I pTHREI ... MU .'D. Indueurlal late, ., Lakeland arna RELT. 833 North Mass.
O C Hamilton Febrlre.. NewDado Urea. air _Itloa.... auMmatletran.mle.loa kudr, Realtor. 1117 .MemorialINOUITH1AL Mel Rudr Realtor Mo.SoorIsI
VPTOlOTOADSIl : KOOMB" '""*Iebod. .ulot.prlrato. 0000.00 fIRER bodrool 0054o.o..t.d. 11,4.. ln. 68031.
dIr Hiihwer. > 7/10 mlleeNorth I47S. nUB Hour .10' Blvd ...-.
dUIIO ALLOWANCB Road. ISO Aleo aboteo two bedroom 000VOfllO0117 k.os
of InUralaW
PaR YOUIl OLD DINETTB duples. 171. 441.. IMV L. ,..01. Cerpert. 1401 Jedlehwaenar TRACT adtolni CHO1CB RmRKMENT
: FUNN1TURB. bur. (Wed. 11113 CIiItYIILIR WI"d_. Pair- 0004. "hln.. MU 54034.ILAUTIPUL Kraft Pttode. appraxlmatelr I on. furnlahed both. 10m.
aril al ,2oa Cochran PmS off SEE THE SENSATIONAL ooadltl.. 13al .... A."u. .. Acre II.h.. Railroad 110. .' torme "Dde talkl Clark I. thIs nlca 1 Bit. ham naar
North Wabaeh 70561.. M.U002' VALUES s,... .. ONE BEOHOOM: ll. n. room dlnmt T11ftzrn bodo.o. John *. Holler. S00- K..I."t. BIO L.ka Bonnr. on c... nuiel
kiiohen. ".11I. AdultaClark ( air ..sd.ltloiId. b.. o. 1.1 88.031. .
'- Wa lira Top Value room 4.701' noi ..... it baa a formal dlnindoora
III RAMULJtn Aenerlcan twa dooritlek 550$. Aparunenla Ml Faro.net PRICEREDUCTION ,
... Dleoontlnuad floor eemplee .I..b. UlaTRICT .
"m. Bpecial lactorr purchaeeaPactorr .(ardrloo. new Urea A.1cond ...11I a_. ..... pallo Lota tvraie. 111'laol 146 Farms, Groves, Rspoches0OACRIooo50.7 Ctl. bath rr. th.1 "d. r could nlca luini be room one bad'
o 1' room oonrertod to nloo
ii15SoI4Nl POSTS areatlireduced. (,.. Mun MIl. lu-tloo. -I Bparrow Double ... a
laria
D.lr. comer lot
.. 010.0-0,04 NICE OUTH ID. aparUnenL Florida Wood floor. nlcatepearlna
S and 1 aompletoir 0I ...,-. ..MU Before roa kur. ba euro to tee .
welded .l" croeearm with I 111 DOWN doll,.. any llvlni I Off ttreot parklni. TourletadullaMO ''Tonal: BEDROOM bo.._ JaleuOed 014-401 7U1.SrIS. 113 aln..ol.t. Uili T room ho_. Owner boo ,.,. All on a ......
hooka, 01W and 111 lo paIr room Iall AlERCUII1' 1111. All po..'.- .-.,.. or Mil 1 im front p.1 Two ar throe .., OslO torSo.00lr u. lOUTS thr.o UMpoom bl.III been traneferred to JackeonrlUeand '(full, landieaped lot UN-IT.

Home d.II'", ..... Phono Oao1101 HO DOWN( 01.11.... anr appliance o.Il 000dltlOlI.d. ,._ DIU". THREE: ROOM araaa apartmen, .bldr. ..t. Water fur IsbtIl. Cdoto,5 Lollop (0.765 wIll ..' 7,0.100* .ln.. will eacrlfioa ro aulck. .. .. PRICE ONLY 111,7SO. Owner will
WaUord ManulaeturlniIMl .il Down ...11.... anr bedroom 37. walkluf dlelanco to town and nl'h. Road 811..1. Dick. Realtr Branch Of 'Ilio Woodland IM-0541 o.aa TOrSO bedroeme. r_.. aep.arata otuider terma la make M eaeler
_. II DOWN ".U... Sap dloatta 1M3 MERCURY 4-Door Monurer 01.1. Oenlor. Uea of automatic MO I.81. le. .hon Bebrlhl IV: M31. 1.1.'THIE.. dlnlni room.". oneloeedraee thO ..,.

MODEL aamp eruleer file Boa TheM Bpecial ValoeaW.S.BADCOCKCORP. Radio heater., .."""..11.. faelorr. waenet._ Babf aooapted no ....... BPACIOUB BOUTHRIDI two bedroom B. llOROVB .. BEDRM. I." SaUlo. .. and I. .. ll,ln. toolS
Vv. ton pick. "" Boa al lo Mor .. o Ir "dlll."ln. Juet aeeuma bal- 111 Eaat walnut Btreei.furntonod Orooerr and DlllalandBchool BAROAtN. 10 aoreemoetlr po.t.uoU. floor.. .... 00. bath In houeo. .nothe It HOWARD GILLETTE

roll 0,0,0.LXCHAX101 .n... MU a-0471 after 4PMIftU TllRII: Olt toot roo.. ..psUsot.o.rop.d .. aloeo b,. KefrlfaraUr and aranaee. S M T ,.... old trel ." air oondltlonln.uralehed .. .. Uaa new roof n...
Ole 000bb.i. '0Ullasdia etoea furnlehed IM month 1 Near Bhopplna n. ruraare Laria
par wllh laod bouee lood 10.13
RBALTOIt
.. IttI' lORD 4-door Palalaso 100.B. P0000. el..n. Dlool, I..tlo" tore. ohurahee and ...."., lot Tint la not -LMLA
.m. 1551 01100am ." .rr... WUI ..".Ido. 0ldtdI .. eonrenlenUr IwalodAdulta. rear/around ll boSs PlacePhono North of L.I..d. Call Malcolm ethoola Cite 110 W Walnut at B Florida
., 0 Sd VOdo07 p0071001. MO lHOUSE -* IK-TIM Orotontlop. ....t Prloa been aunetantlal.
Thomea .UII. r. hu. h.
:: : m, III lrad. 203 W. 1101. tnaalra 111. Bolll* Mew .11 PHONE MU
;. 430502.flOIIPAIRS Main Sto.. and WarohouoeiMulberrr Burt Rodiere Realtor III. Sppolotmssl 0.. I .u.d ',300 wIth II.IvO 21WESTSIE
or. MU 0-0401. York FOR rent with three
: ........ ehowereurtaia I Florida .. acrea farmland Verr reaeonabla 300 Imp.o'. Ir "I I..110. Thle b.m. .S0 Is d..5.
Homee. Jln.Conl'
Mulberrr Store BourtiSim CHIVROLBT: .OD. 1171 US Fumi.hid HIUIIIt 1.28 ACRD. Ile. Lane lot,
aiactrte pad. Bhophordplaid MU 3.54.15. ,.. .
to 0 dallr, P" Bltaa 11>I toot boat itaeeed bottom hu. dlrr boy 1
l m .
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_. THREE bedroom .
dreee. black crepe. bolll.hlto 'A homeCall Bi
.alii' ,MO Til ."D_ ....., Nl : THHEE: aedruuu Do",.. Io.o.llu. NI C
TU JIRW .. ,
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trimmed Two orepe bloueoebelae : Open An Dar Wedneadar BuporTl .- oo4 nelibborhood. Silo baUlreaeonaMa. oh. .. ..". 40.0. ...,;..A.i ;. ooblo.u. .. I.ml Iso : .1. $300
alae lit*-10. All stSlob. 1H1 OLDBMOBILB 4Door. .'
areen Over 00 5.251159. itorea aarvlniFlorida Aleo two .....,ort.bl.do..IoI" 1' W. Main It. 0" '' I .crp.t lot. .
.. cheap. but ._. Ild-H7l Power etaertna. poweibrakea .IO. 42 CorllO"II" ABBOTT-HECKES CO. Woek,
.. apartmenU 6U 7007PURKUHED airoo CI' '. down Modern 1m. IB ooaition -
lieator. while wallaClean bodt0.ls boo... 45bbook "0 .
PULPIT FUBNITURB. Commitn Lakeland Aeeeclala Btora I lou mll_.. I4140. IM3511 HODIB. two ...... 41 W54t.r .1.00 Sap- 17 ACRB .,. p0,0,0. Oranieetanaeloee MIl11'. .1.1..1 I Corn.l 111 .11
4.511000 LOLA ..
Ion three wphotelored I oak tr. .
table .. and irapefrult In loodooadltlQH '
111 wo. Florida. A. alter 07 '.M. all dar Ion003 room. an Bonta virimia. MU I tIlt Chumh 147 Weat and Btreot .
CLEAN TWO bedoutlva .. MU .
7,50. I'b.
ahaln. pulpit choir rail Ilibtaak Call MU 07051k 674. .13 'loelii eoeta with parmanU ofit
MU 10441COMPLCTB "a...... bill Treat To. RllhfBUYER ,b,. 0133. TWO BEDROOM .. ..... block. .1. 0 for retired No.U.o eon.ile 1' .Tl Including taxea and Ineurnoe .

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16 LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 19,1MI '

Automobile Boom Keeps Rolling Along In High Gear



I Play Bridge I By JACK LEFLERAP 150,204 can against 138,152 In American Motors -reported the Steel demand continued to asked Congress for new laws to vanced 1 per cent to $35,272,000-, ""

Let's. Busbies News Writer January 1963.Chrysler best January sales In three surge ahead of expectations by protect them against phony 000, from $34,953.000,000.The
i NEW YORK (AP-The automobile with a 13.4 per cent years. Dealers sold 32,163 new mills Producers said bookingsare packaging and disguised Interest I Census Bureau reported In
-yIn .At--AM-- TBIKCQTT SBBHSBBlcn-"- boom keeps" rolling along.increase over a year ago enJoyed cars compared with 31,970 a climbing or at least holding He endorsed nine specific that construction spending
charges annual rate
rose to an
) its best January since earlier. strong. January
February 1928, two months could control spades, hearts or in high gear. 1957. year New Set President Johnson came to the pieces of legislation.In 'of $65,820,000,000, from $65,463
after the historic cruise during diamonds The Industry contradicted High
pr- Congress December
aid of the consumers when he a special message to 000,000 in
which Harold Vanderbilt recon After the diamond lead, Vat dictions that sales would flatten' Production In January set a
ttructed the French game of son had various methods available out in January. Volcano Causes new high for the month of Johnson said:
plafond to give birth to con for attempting to make Th. performance heightened 744,648 cars This exceeded the Russia Building "For far too long the consumer PLAQUE DEDICATED
tract bridge, a club was founded twelve tricks He saw that a expectations that 1964 will be a old January peak of 688,770 set has had too little voice and ORLANDO wt Gov, Farrls
in New York City that could cross-ruff could be effective, .s good business year as a whole. Exodus From in 1960. too little weight In government Bryant Saturday dedicated a
claim to be the first of the contract this would give him six spade Automakers sold 563,508 passenger I The stepped pace of production Military Base With a surge in December, plaque on the Sunshine State
era. It wai the Nelson tricks in his hand three diamond cars in January up 4 percent Paloe Island continued during the consumers Increased their installment Parkway plaza here to the mem-
Bridge Club, owned and managed ruffs In dummy and three over the 543600 delivered week with an estimated output For Somalias debt in 1963 to ory of Raymond E. Barnes an
by the hospitable Mrs' winners in the red suits. I in January 1983. 'of 167,800 cars This was up 4 $53,745,000,000. The expansion in Orlando attorney who for two
Gertrude Nelson I' In playing a cross-ruff It Is Best Year JAKARTA Indonesia (AP- per cent from the 161,407 assembled 1963 exceeded the previous tea years served a* vice chairmanof
During the next quarter of al generally sound technique to Reported About 3,000 persons have been the previous week and 9 DAKAR Senegal (AP-Pres-'ord set In 1959.Consumer the Florida Turnpike Author-
century, until Mrs Nelson's cash the winners In the slde- This gave them a fast start removed from Palo Island In per cent from the 153,981 a year ident Phlllbert Tstranana of the installment debt In Ity.
death her club In the East 60's suits first If this Is not done toward what many expect to be the Lesser Sundas following increased ago Malagasy Republic says Russia December rose $460 million, up
attracted some of New York's there is always a danger that the third million-plus car year activity of Rokatenda The steel Industry moved is building a $60 million mill.' from the 1383 million increase
will In a row.General. ahead hand In hand with the automoblla in November. In all of 1963 the
finest players: Richard Frey, an opponent get a discard Sleep Like Log
base
volcano, Antara news they in the Somali Republic
Motors Corp. the No. agency climbed 711,000,000,
Sam Fry Jr. Alphonse Moyse during the cross-ruff, and will industry. Its biggestcustomer. total
Jr., Harold Ogust, John Rau and thus be able to ruff one of the 1 producer had its best January reported today. Steel production during presumably for Somalia's against a $4,506,000,000 increasein n *IC On l is WnirtMttt
LouIs Watson Today the Nelson winners la t e r. Accordingly. In history with sales of 310,240 The refugees were taken to the week posted its fifth forces 1962. M Hop SI :. wa..tt If Les 1.114,5'
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South led care compared with 302,440 a nearby Flores Island Dense consecutive rise Mills Tsiranana made the statement New orders received by factories hbl.t..11b hot boll tl. III
club will be reopened at 4 out dummy's A K of weekly until/.,..Mint. ..u..u tablttt..II..*
East 65th Street under the man hearts. year earlier. clouds of smoke have poured poured 2,217,000 tons of ingots in an Interview with the rose slightly In Decemberfrom Kaiwc !.. din t. ..... lonwdi. ..cE.Pd .
agement of the founders son, When the heart queen droppedon Ford Motor Co also hit a Jsnary continuously from the volcano an Increase of one-fifth of 1 per Dakar newspaper Unite Afri. November. This key indicator o.harmful wi,tan.O. r,Mod tar llbnl potttl I tnt to I MIP ln:,.
Carter Nelson, who hopes to revive the second round, Watson peak its dealers selling since it erupted last month. cent over the previous week. caine. of future business ad-
the sociable atmosphere oft took twelve easy tricks If ..
the original club necessary he could have made e t :
a All the players mentioned all the trick by maneuvering .-
for one diamond ruff in the' 11,
above are still active in the ..
game, with the exception of dummy followed by trump: I" ,'
Louis Watson, who died In 1936 leads, but an over-trick was an
at the early age of 29. He wu insignificant detail under the
the author of a classic work total-point coring then in Ule.I .

"Play of the Hand at Bridge"
which was the only book of that
early period to retain its importance TodayIn -
thirty years later. A ', j'
new edition edited by Watson's I ,' ,: y' :, j, \ t" ,,,; ,, ( ;. '.' ',t ; :
former partner, Sam Fry Jr,
was published in 1958.

Unusual InvitationThe History

deal shown today helped
Watson win a National Team By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :- ', .' ,. '
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Championship in 1932. He Today is Monday Feb. 10, \!':; ," .>. 1
and ; .1.: : !i 't (
showed enterprise Imagination the: 41st day of 1964. There are ;J f '
by Issuing a slam Invites 325 days left in the : I "' '
year. : '
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tlon with a hand containing one Today's highlight in history: !ljl!). mf": : : "-
I j high-card: point On this date in 1763 the d. ;! ,, '."; '; ,.. 't A '"I-

follow Expert different bidding channels.today would Over Treaty the close of of Paris the French was signed and In-at > 1' .:': '.: :: "'

two hearts East would no doubt dian War. France ceded Canadato f ,; h :) :
Jump to four no-trump, utilizing, England under terms of the ; t ( ;
the postwar device of the "un.1usuaillotrump" I pact. : : o4 : "
to show lengthin .
both minor suits This would E'k +. \ .
certainly make six spades harder On this date: + .
to reach. In 1846, the Mormons began

As the bidding went North's note their exodus from Nauvoo Ull ;. I \ ( ri.f :;iJ 1 ,, ) (/.>:' ': I,
bid of three hearts somewhat -- --
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his heart suit, In 1355 Congress granted : y
overemphasized
right of U.S. to : -
citizenship :
and a modern player would, ; \
citizen children born in a for : :
probably prefer a take-out double t
elgn
When the bidding reached country. '1, : .
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In the House of {'
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four spades, Watson was entirely r :
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justified in making a slam try. Bill ',"/" : : \ 1 1.f

The North six-card was known spade to fit suit, together which ners Court Justice permitting to retire Supreme with full :(.' ,il':"> > "".< :'a'': s

with the partial heart fit and pay at the age of 70. '

club void gave his hand great pled In 1939 Hainan the Island Japanese off occu the ,) 10' >' A few quiet words ', r v,

southern coast of China. J .. !
NORTH (D) In 1947, the Supreme Court ') .,.
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Neither side was vulnerable that the Soviet Union sometimes -
The bIdding used false radio signalsto It is America's largest-selling filter cigarette, by far.
North East South West lure American military pilots
2V 3 Pass Pass off course and into Communist '
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4 6 A A Pass Pass 5 Pass* Pass Pass Communist One year party ago-The expressed Russian -> What does Winston have ,that makes it the.leader?, .N:: .

West led the diamond nine. readiness to meet Chinese Communist .
party officials at any Quite simply, the facts are these: '
level any time to discuss Ideo
distributional power In spite of: logical differences.
the lack of honor strength A
bid of five clubs would suggest Winston has white modern "
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result however would have third largest such facility In the '
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final bid of six spades many lands the Institute on the ,:
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that South must have a controlin ducts more than two and a hall
one suit to invite a slam, and million dollars in research an filter ., '
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